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Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, June 11, 1962
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Monday Evening, .Tune 11,1962. CANADIAN VISITOR—A Koyal Canadian Mounted Police salutes while Queen Mother Elizabeth talks to members of the thurcli choir following divine services at the Church of SI. Andrew and St. Paul in Montreal Sunday. The Queen Mother is on a ten-day visit to Canada. (UPI Unifax.) Committee Meets On Medicare Bill WASHINGTON (UPI) - Administration backers hunted for a compromise today to head off defeat of President Kennedy's medical care for the aged program. The House Ways & Moans Committee, lined up 15-10 against the hill, began a series of closed meetings on the issue which may run for two weeks. Prospects look dim for enactment of any legislation on medical care this year. But backers refused to give up hope that a majority of 13 might be mustered to support some compromise embodying the principle of the program — medical care through Social Security. A significant number of the rest of the House members were hoping privately that the committee would keep the bill botllcd up so they won't have to vote on it this year — an election, year. Other congressional news: Stockpile: Sen. Stuart Symington's subcommittee set aside its investigation of stockpiling policies to hear government witnesses outline plans to dispose of surpluses ranging from silk to castor oil. Symington has been urging orderly disposal of the surpluses, which have an estimatet value of $3.4 billion. Wiretap: Rep. Bob Kaslenmei- er, D-Wis., introduced a bill to outlaw all forms of wiretapping He said the present law prohibits "interception and divugence' of telephone, telegraph and radio messages, and courts have rulec thai inlerception wilhoul divulgence is legal, Kastenmeier's bill would c h a n g * the law to read "intercept-ion or divulg- Two Receive Highest York Rite Degree Cletus Fitz, of 1715 Spear St., and John E. Dempsey, route 2, Delphi, have been awarded the designation of Knight of the York Cross of Honour, it was announced Monday. This honorary degree, highest in the York Rite of Freemasonry, is conferred only on those who have held the highest, office in each of the, four bodies of the rite. ONLY 8,855 have received this award in the past ,33 years in North America and the Philippines, although there are more than four million members of the fraternity. Fitz, who was grand sentinel of the Grand Council of Indiana in 1958-5!), served as master of local Orient lodge of Masons in 1057, high priest of Local ' Chapter, Royal Arch Masons in 1956; master of Logansport Council, Koyal and Select Masters, in 1958; and commander of the St. John Com- mandery, Knights Templar, in 1982. OEMPSEY served 'as master of Olive lodge of Masons in 1958, high priest of the Delphi Chapter, Royal Arch Masons, in 1B57; master of Logansport Council, Royal and Select Masters, in 1962; and commander of the Delphi Com- mandery, Knights Templar, in They were elected lo membership in the Indiana Priory. There are 62 Priories of the order in North America and the Philippines. Ask Motorist's To Alert for School Buses RICHMOND, Ind. ('UPI)-The Divco-Wayne Corp. of Richmond builder of school buses, has urgec motorists to continue to watch oul for school children and schoo buses even during the summei vacation. Because of the growth of day camp programs, more and more youngsters and more and mor> school buses will be on the high ways. The firm has offered these rule: for city children riding schoo buses for the first time: 1. Seats are made to be sa upon. If the bus driver must mak a sudden slop you can be seriousl) injured if you're not seated. 2. Always stand on the cur while waiting for a bus—never ir the street. 3. Board your bus in an orderl) line. Moving traffic is not the place for horseplay. Loan League Halts Letter Campaign WASHINGTON (UPI) — The powerful' United Stales Savings and Loan League has dropped ils letter - writing campaign against President Kennedy's proposal to withhold taxes on interest and dividend income. Norman Slrtink, executive vice president of Ihe league, said Sunday night in Chicago thai the mail campaign — which had brought hundreds of thousands of letters to Congress — was aban- boned because of Ihe large mail burden. Strunk insisted that the league, which represents 6,000 savings 5-Day Forecast By United Press International Northern 3rd Indiana 5-DAY OUTLOOK: Temperatures will average about 3 degrees below normal. Normal highs 77 to 82. Normal lows 57 to 61. Cooler tonight and Tuesday with slow warming trend about Thursday or Friday. Precipitation will total one-fourth to one-half inch in scat- lered thunderstorms possibly to. night and in showers or thundershowers about Thursday, Friday or Saturday. Central & South Indiana 5-DAY OUTLOOK: Temperatures will average near or slightly below normal. Normal highs 81 to 86. Normal lows 59 to 64. Turning cooler beginning of period with a •warming trend last of week. Precipitation will average about one- half inch in scattered showers or thundershowers tonight and again toward end of week. In population si/,e, Los Angeles County, California, leads with 6,038,711 and Hinsdale County, Colorado, is smallest with 208 inhabitants. and loan associations throughout the nation, had not called off its fight against Lhc withholding proposal in Kennedy's tax reform bill. "We have only told the Treasury that we were not opposed to the entire bill," he said. "We would not support the bill' wilh the withholding .feature in it if the withholding were necessary for passage." Other sources said that while savings ant) loan officials still opposed the withholding plan, they were resigned to swallowing the provision to save the tax bill as a whole. These sources said that the league had written Treasury Secretary Douglas Dillon and senators that it would favor the lax measure even with the withholding provision. The savings and loan instilu- lions also were said to fear thai the Kennedy administration mighl seek to slap heavier new taxes on savings and loan associations. The tax bill, passed by the House and now pending in the Senate Finance Committee, carries a compromise formula for taxing savings and loan associations at a rate of about $200 million a year. Kennedy originally sought taxes of $500 million a year and savings and loan officials feared he might press for this amount or even propose a new lax on their associations. The President told a news conference on May 9 that the savings and loan industry was "misirb forming many millions of people" by giving the impression that he has proposed a new tax rather than merely trying lo collect taxes already levied on inter, est and dividends. LOGAti^QKT PUBLIC! IMAifl Lcgansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Three Bombs Damage 40 Buildings in Algiers ALGIERS (UPI) - Algerians spoke hopefully today of a new era of cooperation between Europeans and Moslems despite a weekend of bombings by Secret Army Organization extremists that damaged 40 public buildings. Five Moslem parties began readying their appeals to an estimated 5 million persons who will be eligible to vote July 1 on whe- her to create an independent Algeria which will retain coopera- jve ties to France. Over the weekend the OAS re- 'rained from attacking individual' Moslems but stepped up 'scorched earth" policy of GRAHAM TALKS TO 'GANGS'—Billy Graham speaks to members of 18 rival gangs in a youth center in Chicago Saturday. Gang leaders sat in the front rows and their lieutenants and mem- bers took seats behind them. "Jesus was a tough guy," Graham told them. Hie teen-agers, some 175 in all, listened quietly and not one of them left until Graham had finished. (UPI Unifax.) 'Crusade 1 to End Sunday CHICAGO (UPI) - Evangelist Jilly Graham has decided against extending his Chicago crusade— one of the most successful he has ever conducted—because suitable 'acilities will not be available. The crusade, which has attracted 400,000 persons to its first 12 sessions, went into Us final week oday. It will be concluded with giant rally in 92,000-.seat Soldier (Field next weekend. Graham said the 35,000 seat Vic Cormick Place Convention •fall will be unavailable after this week and he 'has been unable to .ocale another suitable site. Sunday a crowd of 37,000 heard the evangelist warn the United Slates that, as a free nation " may be finished." He said the days are "already numbered for the people of the United States, who have more than anybody in the world. The hour glass is already turnec over." Graham said "God drives people into a corner" and forces ,hem to make a choice. "He divides homes, businesses and families. Your money cannot be first. Your TV cannot be first. Your choice must be first," he said. Graham said it is the common people who follow Jesus. "He always identified Himself with the suffering, the alone, the bereaved." He said Jesus never said it was wrong to be rich..."It is your attitude that makes the difference." FIVE CITIES MERGE TOKYO (UPI) — Five cities on he island of Kyushu will be merged to form the new city ol EQUESTRIAN TEAM INJURED HAINFIELD, Ind. UiPD- Three members of the Amandis equestrian team of Plainfield escaped serious injury on the Pennsylvania Turnpike near Reading, Pa., Sunday when their house overturned. They were enroute to join Roy Rogers at the Seattle World's Fair. DETONATE NUCLEAR DEV1CF WASHINGTON (UPI)—The Uni led Stales detonated a-nuclear de vice that set off a force equal t< several'million tons of TNT ovei the Christmas island lest zoni Sunday. The Atomic Energy Commission said the shot, the 17th announced in the series, was dropped from an airplane. The AEC said it was in the "low megaton" range, making v it one of the largest tested in this series. Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain New York, N. Y. 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Authorities said the bar might have caused a serious accident. The St. Lou's Flyer, a New York to St. Louis train, passed the spol a few minutes before the bar was placed on the rails. The train was 15 minutes schedule. ahead of its usua. Read the Want Ads! stroying public buildings to leava he Moslem majority as little as x>ssible to lake over. Many of the targets were schools which will be used as vot- ng stations for the referendum, "nsurance offices, banks and municipal buildings also have suf- 'ered. The American Cultural Center was damaged Saturday because of U.S. opposition to the OAS. In the Sahara, about 90 miles south of the main French oil field at Hassi Messaoud, a natural gas well was set afire by an OAS elastic bomb explosion. Flames shot 80 feel into the air. The OAS said in a pirate radio jroadcast Saturday night, there would be new orders for Euro- wans today—possibly a resump- :ion of attacks on Moslems. Since Jan. 1, more than 5,400 persons have been killed and 10,100 wounded in terrorist attacks across the country. • A Moslem nationalist leader, ihawki Mostefai, told, newsmen the National Liberation Front (FLN) had promised to honor its commitments to France. "Concerning the Europeans, we feel we are in for a favorable change," Mostefai said. "It is not foolhardy to predict an end to what is going on now." In the Moslem suburb of Maison-Carree, outside Algiers, 100 European liberals met in a school with FLN officials to discuss European-Moslem cooperation in a future Algeria. UP TO LIVING We're offering highest trades now to introduce you to wonderful Foodarama Living! Trade now and SAVE! "Living Dolls" Love Foodaram;* Living! 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