Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 11, 1962 · Page 2
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 2

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, June 11, 1962
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Two Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Mother's Club At Camden Picks Officers CAMDEN - The Mother's Club of Camden school met recently and held their annual business meeting. Gladys Caldwell will be the cook supervisor again next school year. The pay of substitute cooks was raised to $3. New officers elected were Ad- tienne McCain as president; Marjorie Scholl, vice-pres.; Dorothy Peterson, secretary-treasurer and Georgia Hartman will serve as Assistant secretary - treasurer. Committees appointed were menu: Delphia Shiver, Dorothy George and Helen Yeager; finance: Alice Linn, Marie Richter, and Dorothy Babb and nominating: Pauline Shoemaker, Ruth Ann Forgey and Poma Cline. Wiener Roast The Brethren Friends Sunday School class of the Lower Deer Creek church held a wiener roast at the Junior Maxwell farm Wednesday evening. Guests were the Virgil Maxwell family; the Junior Murnmert family; Mrs. Orville Bailey and children of Middlefork and the teacher of the class, Mrs. Paul Oyler. Personals A large gathering attended the 1957 class reunion of the Camden high school, which was held Sun .day at Roth park. Mrs. John Wise spent several days at the Mayo Clinic at Ro- .chester, Minn, where her brother is a patient. Jack Britton has re-enlisted in the U. 9. Coast Guard and is in Missouri for re-assignrnent. Mrs. Ernest Fisher of Anderson was visiting with the Oyler families this past week. Collections in the recent Poppy sale amounted to $124.94, said Mrs. Carl Carter, chairman. Mrs. Lawrence Tedrpw has been .releasedi from the hospital in Logansport and is at home. James Kesterson was admittec to Memorial hospital for treatment recently. Mesdam.es Helen TesH and Mary Wise will be co-hostesses to the ULCW meeting at the Lutheran church on June 14. Formats will not be worn to the Carroll chapter No. 475 Order o Eastern Star when the next stated ; meeting is held on June 11. • Miss Kay Spitler has been visit ing her sister Mrs. Cecil Adair in 1 Logansport. Mrs. Cecil Wallace and Mrs Herbert Frye will serve as co hostesses to the WSCS of the Methodist church when they meel June 14. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gardner at tended a family reunion in Bur nettsville Sunday. Mrs. Ruth Sisson will be host ess to the Baptist Missionary So ciety on June 14. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Doyle are spending their vacation in Wheaton, 111. with their son ant his family. The Jackson Twp. Home Dem onstration club will meet with Mrs. Orville Hinkle on Tuesday June 12. This is a change in dates for the meeting. As Rev. L. Tecrow is attending an annual church conference in Lafayette there will be no wor ship hour at the Metodist churcl Sunday, June 10. LEAD MOTORCADE—America's first man in space, Commander Alan Shcpard, left, and his pretty wife, Louise, right, are shown as they lead the motorcade at the head of a parade given in his honor by his hometown »f Derry, N. II., Saturday. (UPI Unifax.) MADRID (UPI)— Two apposi- ion leaders were in exile today nd three other prominent Span- ards accepted forced residence in remote part of Spain following e government's crackdown on nemi.es of Generalissimo Francis- 0 Franco's regime. One of the men who chose exile vas Jose Maria Gil Robles, leader 1 the Christian Democratic party nd a cabinet minister in the ipanish republic when the .1936!) civil war broke out. Four of the five, including Gil Robles, were members of a 100- man Spanish delegation to a 'European movement" congress n Munich, Germany, last week. A stiff resolution opposing Franco was passed at the meeting. When they returned here Saturday, the four were arrested un- Four Drown in Indiana Mishaps By United Press International Four persons drowned in separate water mishaps over the weekend in Indiana and a fifth Hoosier drowned in Illinois. Gerald Wilson, 6, Valparaiso, drowned Sunday while swimming n Bass Lake .six miles south of Knox, in Starke County. A two-year-old Indianapolis boy, Melbert Akers Jr., drowned in shallow water Saturday night ,vhen his father's car swerved off an Indianapolis street into Big Eagle Creek. Arza Haskell, :I4, Pendleton, drowned Saturday afternoon when the boat he was fishing in sank near the Indianapolis Sailing Club. Two men that were fishing with him left the boat shortly before the accident. Michael Record, 19, Evansville, drowned Saturday while swim, ming at Perdido Lake near Millersburg. Authorities said he went under after swinging from a board into deep water from a float. Tom Gooden, 23, Gary, drowned Saturday night in the Illinois^ River north of Peoria, 111, He was swimming from a 'boat about 500 feet offshore When the mishap occurred. Gooden lived in Norway, 111. INDIANA BELL GETS RAISE INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—About 6,000 Indiana Bell Telephone workers will benefit by a wage increase negotiated under terms ol an annual wage reopener clause in a three-year contract. Settlement was readied Saturday nighl by the firm and the Communications Workers of America. Man, Wife Face Drug Charges SOUTH BEND, Ind. (UPI)—Dr Ernest Anderson, 37, a New Car lisle osteopath, and his wife Francis, 29, will be arraigned to day in St. Joseph Circuit Court on charges of violating the Indiana Narcotics Act. Anderson was implicated in tin case after his wife was arrestec Thursday for speeding in Soutl Bend. When police took her to th police station, they found a bottle of narcotics and several prescrip tions for narcotics in her purse. Mrs. Anderson admitted t being a narcotics addict and sak her husband had written the pre scriplions for her. Anderson cam to the police station Friday nigh and admitted writing the prescrip tions for' his wife. He also ac milled to being a narcotics addic himself. Franco Crackdown Put Two in Exile Celebration for Gus Grissom in hi is Home Town MITCHELL, Ind. (UPI) - Offi- ials of this tiny community are busy today preparing a gala homecoming celebration for America's second man in space, Virgil 'Gus" Grissom, who returns to his hometown Saturday for the first time since his historic flight. Governor Welsh will present Grissom with the Indiana Distinguished Service Medal. Grissom will also receive awards from the Chamber of Commerce and his high school. Among the dignitaries present will 'be Sen. Homer Cape hart, R J Ind., and a number ol Hoosier congressmen. The affair will be staged a Spring Mill Slate Park about three miles from here. der a decree issued by the Spanish cabinet a few hours earlier which suspended the law granting Spaniards the right to freely choose their place .of residence. They were given the choice of moving to a remote part of Spain r of leaving the country. The suspension of the conslitu- onal right followed a recent ave of bombings and strike vio- ence which have rocked the Frano regime. The. action was aimed al pre- enting the free movement ol ommunists in Spain, observers aid. But one source close to the overnmenl said the decree was ssued mainly because of the anti- 'ranco meeting in Munich. Gil Robles went to Paris along 'ith Jesus Prados Arrarte, oted economist al the University f Madrid, who also chose exile. The other three who acceptec orced residence in the Canary slands were attorney Jaime Mir lies, - a member of the govern ment. controlled Falange party foaquin Salrustegui, head of the tlonarchist Spanish Union party nd law professor Fernando Al arez Miranda, an organizer o he Spanish Association for Euro jean Cooperation. Sleep Like Log Slip Stomach Oil 3 Times Fitter Take Bill-ans tablets with lint watir at bed time. Kai iit bit until eyti sliut. Bell-ans tablets relieve stomach uas due to excess slonMli acid. No harmful drugs. Get Bell-am tnd.iy.'35c at druggists. Send postal to Bell-ins, Orangiburg, N. Y., lor liberal Irei Mm pie. EDDIE AND JULIET LOS ANGELES (UPI)-Singe Eddie Fisher and dancer Julie Prowse exchanged popcorn peanuts and smiles Sunday, at the Los Angeles Angels and Kansas City Athletics doubleheader baseball game at Chavez Ravine Stadium. INDIANAPOLIS MAN KILLED HOPKIiNSVIULE, Ky. (U1PD- Dedford Hayes, 32, Indianapolis, was, dead on arrival at a Monroe County hospital Sunday after his car ran off Kentucky 1366 about two miles west of here. I.KGAI., NOTICE Off I'UnjLIC HEARING Public Service Commission of Indiana Docket No. 15692 IN THE MATTER OF THE PETITION FOR REVISION AND INCREASE OF MINIMUM RATES. IN REGARD TO MINIMUM BATES AND CHARGES OF MOTOR COMMON CARRIERS OF HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS AND FURNITURE APPLICABLE TO INDIANA INTRASTATE COMMERCE. Notice is hereby given thai the Public Service Commission of Indiana will conduct public hearing 1 in this cause In Room !)OS of the Commission, 901 State Office Building, Indianapolis, Indiana, 10:00 A.M., (EST), Tuesday, June 26, 1962. Public participation is :'eriuest- «d. I'UBT-,IC SERVICE COMMISSION OF INDIANA By Allan Rachles, Secretary SHIRT SERVICE IN A HUlRiRY JiN by noon OUT by 4 215 E. Market \\ EASTGATE PRESENTS JOE BODRIE The Fastest Gun Alive TUESDAY, JUNE 12, 3 p. m. FREE SHOW IN EASTGATE PLAZAS HUGE FREE PARKING 1OT if 'Fancy Draws and Tricks -fa Gun Safety JOE BODRIE "THE FASTEST GUN ALIVE" HAS U'BEN SEEN ON TV SHOWS WITH if Dale Robertson (Wells Fargo) + MICHAtLLANDON (little Joe, Bonanza) if IWYATT EAlRiP (Hugh O'Brian) •^ U.iS.-MARSHAl (JolinlBromfield) •^ DOC & KOTTY OF Gunsmoke ARROW Chochise—Michael Ansara if ARTHUR GODFREY SHOW if PAT (BOONE if OMNIBUS if RiEDFOHEY if COLT FliRE ARMS ROAD SHOW if BOSTON, GARDENS if CHICAGO AMPHI- iTHiEAITRiE BOYS! AND GIRLS! 7 TO 11 YEARS Win A Gun And Holster Set ENTER OUR FAST DRAW CONTEST Boys and 'Girls entering contest must bo .accompanied by parents DON'T MISS IT-IT'S ALL FREE-COME EARLY THIS TUESDAY, JUNE 12,3 p,m, AT EASTGATE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER U.S.24GAST 10GANSPORT Cruelty Charges PORTAGE, Ind. (UPIi-Two 'orlage leen-agers face cruelty to animal charges today for beating nd drowning a 2-year-old horse. The boys told police they look he horse to nearby Dombey Lake iaturday to see if it could swim. They said when it refused to enter he water, they beat it and dragged it in. Police said the icrse apparently stumbled and drowned. Read the Want Ads! Monday Evening, June 11,1962. FAVORS FIVE CHANNELS WASHINGTON (UPI) -_ Federal Communications Commission Chairman Newton N. Minow said Sunday that metropolitan areas should have a minimum of five television stations. Minow said in an interview for New York television stations that "we would like to see, as a matter of general national policy, room for al three network services...plus a cliance for an independent station, plus an educational station." When Unexpected Expenses Pop Up Between Paydays... You'll like Ihe way we do business. The money you need can b« in your hands almost as soon as you ask for it. What's more, we fit the payments to your personal specifications. loans Up to $500 G.A.C. FINANCE CORPORATION 325 PEARL STREET Opposite Telephone Company logantport, Indiana TELEPHONE 5101 Office Hours: Doily 9-5; Wednesday & Saturday M Till CONFUTE roar run IIT...TOBU OCX CWT! FLY THIS FLAG ON YOUR HOME ' ¥« OWSB. IHS HAS Al COST AS A, PUMJC HHUTK* JUNE 14 iS FLAG DAY!... on 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 foot 2-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. Cost Price to Readers $3.00 if picked up at our office $3.35 if we mail postpaid USE THIS COUPON IF YOU WANT US TO MAIL FLAG KIT TO YOU: OFFICIAL SO-STAR FLAG ORDKR BLANK THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE & PRESS LOGANSPORT, IND. Please send Flag Kits al ?3.35 per kit NAME ADDRESS CITY STATE. Enclosed is $ Make checks or money orders payable to The Pharos-Tribune & Press.

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