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Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, June 10, 1962
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SUNDAY, JUNE 10,1962 THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE TWENTY-THREB Local Native, 92, Hies Back Jo Home Town Mrs. Ada Ellen Berry, 92-year- old Cass county native, is back home in Indiana, to live again in Logansport. In 1960, Mrs. Berry, whose home was at 1211 Ash street, took her first plane trip at the age of ninety and wertt to Burbank, California' to reside. 'Whatever charm California possessed did not capture her. Her heart was still in Hoosier- land, so she made arrangements to fly back, by jet, arriving al O'Hara field, Chicago, Saturday, She was met there by her sister, Mrs. Connie Jackson, who lives at 1211 Ash and her niece, Mrs. Fred Brown, 1619 Miles, 'and driven back to her old home, whei>e she and her sister will live, Born at Lake Cicott she was Ada Burtis prior to her marriage to Sam Berry. His death occurred 14 years ago. She is a member of the Thirci Street EUB church, and has been a northside resident of Logansport most of her life. Church Auditorium Will Be Dedicated ANDERSON, Ind. (AP)-Dedication of the new 7,500-seat Warner Auditorium will be a feature of the 73rd annual International Convention of the Church of .God here June 18-24. The' building, topped by the world's largest dome ever built on the ground and raised into position, replaces a 43-year-old frame structure destroyed by a storm two years ago. • Church officials said the con. vention is expected to draw 25,000 persons from over the nation and from several foreign countries. State Chaplain Of D. Of I. Expires Daughters of Isabella of this city and community are to join other members from the state at Indianapolis tonight at 6 p.m. Purpose of the trip is to convene at St. John's church, for prayers for the late Msgr. A. R. Fusseng- ger, state chaplain of the Daughters of Isabella. A Pontifical Mass, which D. of I. members are requested to ait- end, will be solemnized at 10:30 a.m. Monday. Amusements became the 18th largest industry in the United States in 1901, according to the 1962 Britannica Book of the Year. Big W Medal Of Honor To Eight CHICAGO (AP) — Recipients of the Big Ten modal of honor, awarded to student athletes dem onstrating the "greatest proficien cy in scholarship and athletics' in Western Conference institutions were announced Saturday. Eight winners were captains 01 co-captains and two—Stu Cohn ol Illinois and Tom Hughbanks oj Wisconsin-fhave been elected to Phi Beta Kappa.. The 1962 winners are Stuart R, Cohn, fencing, Illinois; William D. Elyea, baseball, Indiana; Joel D, Novak, basketball, Iowa; Edward J. Ryan, football, Michigan State; James A, Fischer, track, Minnesota; Boyd C. Melvirt, football, Northwestern; Roger K. Beck, Lacrosse, Ohio Stale; John D Vogel, swimming, Purdue; Thomas M. Hughbanks, basketball, Wis consin; and Thomas N. Osier- land, gymnastics, Michigan. GATES NAMED CHAIRMAN INDIANAPOLIS (AP)—Former Gov. Ralph F. Gates wiU be tem porary chairman of the June 1! Republican Stale Convention' resolutions committee, the group that drafts Ihe party's platform. "What flight reservations to Hawaii?" Colorful New Heavy Quality LOOP and CUT PIU VISCOSE RAYON EMBOSSED THROW RUGS Heavy qualify rayon sculptured rugs will add luxury and color. Sizes 24 x 36 1 99 27x43 2.99 3'x5' . . . 5.99 4'x6' . . 9.99 24"x70" . . . 3.99 Colors rose, lilac, It. green, dk. green, white, gold, yellow, pumpkin, aqua, beige, tangerine, brown, plum, sandolwobd, black, etc. Colorful Wew Summer Cafe and Tier Sets All 3 pc. 'Sets 99 13 DRIP OR.YS Z BROADCLOTHS FtBBRGLAS CMAlLUS . V»SQOSE RAYONS Asst. patterns and colors. Little or no ironing. PMGHIPLEATBD SAILCLOTH DRAPES 45", length ] QQ Washable I »77 Clinton's Downstairs Store Summer Rec Program To Open Monday DELPHI—The school recreation program will begin Monday with registration at the high school gym. Registration schedule follows: 7:30 until 8:30 a.m., high school boys and girls; 8:30 until 9:30 a.m., junior high boys and girls; 9:30 until 10:30, fifth and sixth grade boys and girls; 10:3C until noon, children of the first four grades. Minimum age is six years. Any child unable to register Monday may do so any time during the week at the same time and place. The Delphi Business and Professional Woman's Club of Delphi will hold its annual Rose ibreak- fast at 8 a.m. in the BEMC auditorium this . morning. Hostesses will be the officers. Dorothy Smith will be installed as the ,new president. Other new officers who will be installed are: Mrs. John Heiland, vice president; Mrs. Jack Janz, secret ary; Mrs. Aaron Handle, treasurer. The retiring president Mrs. Betty Powell will be the installing officer. Other retiring officers are: Mrs. Florence Me- Cafferty, and Mrs. John Thomp son. A surprise program has been planned. Miss Susan '"Johnson and Joe Weaver will assist Tony Barto, summer recreational director, Miss Johnson is home from Northwestern University for the summer. Rose Chapter Eastern Star, held memorial services' for departed members at its recent meeting. On June 18, the chapter will celebrate its 83rd anniversary with a dinner in the Masonic Temple. Mrs. Maxine Grace of Colfax; district deputy will be a special, guest. Dean Martin Quits Movie After Studio Fires Marilyn Monroe HOLLYWOOD (AiP) — Dean Martin ,quit the movie "Something's Got to Give" Saturday because Marilyn Monroe was fired. "I have the greatest respect for Miss Lee Remick and-her talent and all the other actresses who were considered for the role but I signed to do the picture with Marilyn Monroe and I will do it with no one else," Martin said. Martin notified 20th Century- Fox studios of his decision through Music Corp. of America, his agent, The studio had fired Miss Monroe on Friday, charging breach of contract for her repeated absences from the film. When Miss Monroe originally signed for the movie, she had personally asked that Martin be her costar. Martin's abrupt action probably was in gratitude for Miss Monroe's choice. "I guess Dean is the best friend Marilyn "has," a spokesman for the golf-playing-singer and comic said. "His decision is no reflection on any other actress. It's just his way of helping Marilyn." The studio which had made Marilyn a slat: sacked her only hours after she notified them she was "ready and eager to return to work Monday morning." But Marilyn's absentee record was against her—she put in only five clays' work in seven weeks, So far, the picture is 32 days behind schedule and more than two million dollars in hock. .YWCA Calendar Jeanette Meinzer, executive director, announces the schedule of activity planned for the coming week at the YWCA as follows: Monday, June 11—Ballet, annex, from 10 to 10:30 a.m. and 4 to 6:30 p.m.; Sigma Phi Gamma, parlors, dining room and kitchen, 8 p^m.; Men's Duplicate Bridge club, annex, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 12—Ballet, . annex, 4 to 6:30 p.m.; bridge class, parlors, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 13—Ballet, from 10 to 10:30 a.m. and 4 to 6:30 p.m.; YWCA Board of Directors, clubroom, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, June 14—Ballet, an-' nex, 4 to 6:30 p.m.; YWCA Bridge club, parlors, 1 p.m. Friday, June 15—Ballet, annex, 4 to'6:30 p.m.; dress rehearsal for ballet revue, high school auditorium, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Saturday, June 16—Ballet revue, high school auditorium, m'atinee, 1:30 p.m. and evening program, 7 p.m. junior high canteen, annex, 7 to 9 p.m.; ballet revue party, annex, 9:30 p.m. ierr: , ( bz. b Foundations in the U.S. contributed $625 millions to philanthropic causes in 1061, about 7 per cent of the nation's gift dollar. Come To BUSJAHN'S for > Crutches, wood or aluminum Canes Back Supports Supporter Belts Obesity Supports Anklets Hinged Knee Caps Rib fracture Belts Colostomy Outfit Trusses Elastic Stockings Abdominal Supports Athletic Supports And All Other Surgical Fittings Heating Pads Neck Supports Ankle, knee or wrist braces P Supp-Hose • Walkers' —Complete Stock— BUSJAHN'S DRUGSTORE 308 Fourth Street ' PLEASANT DREAMS Don't, overlook cool summer pajamas and lightweight robes. In addition to being fine for home wear, they also rate highly ai> good travel companions for Dad's vacation trips or business journeys. Claude R Johnson Dies At Rochester .KOCHESTER-Claude R. Johnson, 67, of 702 Jay street,' died at 10:45 a.m. Saturday at Woodlawn hospital where , he had . been a patient since .Wednesday. He had been in failing health the past year. A life resident of this community he was born in Henry, township, Fulton county, Dec. 10, 1894, son of Theodore and Minnie Nicodemus Johnson,,His marriage on June 16, 1921, at St; Joseph, Mich, was to Mary Lovina Kale. He operated the Johnson grocery, meat market and a locker plant here at 316 E. Ninth street from 1929 until 16 years ago when he was 1 forced to retire because of ill health. He was a member of I.O.O.F! Lodge, No. 47;. Manitou Moose Lodge, No. 1107 and the Eagles lodge. | . Survivors are his wife; three sisters and two brothers: Miss Ethel Johnson, Rochester; Mrs. Frank' Cullenbine, Chicago; Mrs. Mike Herochik, Chicago; Scott, Akron, Indiana, rural route; Rex, Valparaiso; a .number of nieces and nephews. . Friends may t:all at the Foster and Good funeral home" after 7 p.m.. this evening. Final rites will be there at two o'clock Tuesday. The Reverend Daniel Slaybaugh, retired pastor of the Akron Church of God, will officiate. Burial will be in the IOOF cemetery. Osteopath, Wife Are Arrested On Narcotics Charge SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP)-A New Carlisle osteopath and his wife were arrested Saturday on charges of violating the state i narcotics law. Det. Inspector. Russell Hunt said Dr. Ernest H. Anderson, 37, was charged with prescribing drugs for the purpose of satisfying addiction. His wife, Frances Lavina, 29, was charged with illegal .possession of narcotics. Hunt said both had admitted they are addicts in statements given police. The-arrests developed from investigation of a speeding case in which 'Mrs. Anderson was involved. Officers said they found a bottle of drugs in her, possession. Both were jailed and will appear in St. Joseph. Circuit Court Monday. CHARGED WITH DUI . Ernest Sass, 26, of 423 W. Miami Ave., was. charged with driving under the influence and driving while his 'license was suspended after he was arrested in the 300 block on Market Street by city police at 1:46 a.m. Saturday. He will answer to the charges in city court Wednesday night, June 13. President William Henry Harrison ' used 8,445 words at his inaugural. Till COMFIETI 3x5 IOOT FLAB HT...YODHJ AT OBI COST! FLY THIS FLAG ON YOUR HOME ' WE OFFEB. THE HAS AT COST AS A JUBUC SKtVlGK JUNE 14 IS FLAG DAY!... an important national holiday on which the U.S. Flag should fly on every home in the Logansport area. With this in mind we make a wonderful home flag kit available to our readers at cost as a public service. Each kit contains a 3x5 foot U.S. flag of finest cotton with double stitched stripes, canvas heading and brass grommets;6 foot2-piece staff with brass joints and.gilded ball top decoration, halyard/ heavy metal window socket with screws for permanent mounting; full color flag history and etiquette folder, instructions and storage kit. 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