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Wednesday Evening, June 13, 1962. Iji ' ; u/ I • '1 MONTICELLO White County4-H Queen Event Set MONTICELLO-The third annual Queen Contest will be one of many activities talcing place during Farm Bureau Day, Thursday, August 9, at the White Coun- .ty 4-H Fair.. The queen contest is scheduled to get underway at 8 p.m. on the stage near the Women's Building. The previous queens were Miss Sharon Troxel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Troxel, rural route 2, Wo'.colt;- and Miss Jill Davies, daughter of Clarence Davis, rural route 2, Brookston. Preliminary plans for this year's contest were made in April at a meeting held at the White County Farm Bureau Insurance Office. This year's committee is conv posed of Mrs. Kugene Morrison, Farm Bureau Items DEER CREEK Fathers were honored at the recent meeting of the Deer Creek Farm Bureau. Ronald Chambers received a gift as the yotingcsl father present and George Hyman for being the oldest present. Sixty persons attended the program. The varied program indudec entertainment by Terry Downham, Steve Wilson, Gene Nelson. Susan Downham. Carol Wilson who took part in the talent con test. A play, After (hi; Church Sup per, was presented by Viole Emery, Kathryn Burley, Winona Albright, Mary Moore, Isabel!' Roberson and Theresa Downham Sheriff Bernard Leavitt gave an informative talk on safety belt and said he was not selling them but was selling safety. Lowell Morgan, who led grouj singing, was accompanied at thi piano by Carol Wilson. Bill Fouti gave the report of the secretary 'and treasurer and theme of the devotions by Reverend Elmo Coleman was Forgiving Fathers Pet and Hobby members madi tray favors for nursing homes. The July meeting will fealuri the annual ice cream social. Com miltee members are: Mr. am Mrs. Don Beck, Mr. and Mrs Max Beck, Mr. and Mrs. Franci Caldwell, Mr. and Mrs. Rober Peter, .Mr. and Mrs. Leo Adkin son, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Benner. hairman; Eugene Morrison; Mr. nd Mrs. Boyd Murphy; Mr. and [rs. Charles Robert Goss; Mr. nd Mrs. Harold Byers; Mr. and Irs. Robert Sanbloom; Miss. Jill 'avies; Miss Rosemary Gorman; Mrs. C, W. Hoff; and William iernfield, chairman of the White iounty Fair Board. The contest is sponsored. by he White County REMC, White bounty Farm Bureau Co-opera ive, White County Fair Board, nd the White County Farm' Bu- eau. The girl selected "Miss White Bounty Fair, 1962" will be enter- d into the Miss Indiana Stale ~air Queen Contest at the State "'air Grounds Saturday, Augusl 5, at 8 p.m. The White County Farm Bureau to-operative Association, Inc. las announced construction of a lew grain building and storage 'acility at Chalmers. The comple ion date is scheduled for Septenv )er 15 of this year. Benton County will pay Whiti bounty a sum of $1,158.90 for i ihange of venue suit in a trial in which Donald R. Smith was th dministrator in the estates o iarl G. Cuzzort and Charles A lerlel as the plaintiff, agains he New York Central Railroad doing business as New York Ccn ral Sytem; and the NY, Chicagc and St. Louis RR Co., a Corp. loing business as Nickel Plat ioad. The case was filed as ; louble suit. .Although the jur; iad been called, a settlement wa made by the parties, and the sui was dismissed with prejudice. Merlin Charles Finnell, cros complainant in a divorce suit wa awarded an absolute divorc 'rom Mary Kathryn Finnell, als :he custody of the minor children The cross defendant is grante :he privilege of visiting th children at all reasonable time until further order of the court. EXPLODE TERROR BOMB GUATEMALA CUT (UPD— The first terror bomb explode here in two month's went ol Tuesday night outside an arm barrack 100 yards from the Gua temalan "White House." The bomb, powerful enough t break windows a block away, wa planted in an army truck parke outside the barrack. II damage the vehicle and the building bu there were no casualties. 'Escape-Proof History Of Alcatraz SAN FRANCISCO (UPD—Tour- Is on the waterfront can pay a ime and peer at Alcatraz Island i the middle of the San Fran- .sco harbor. "But it's so close," they often ay- Close it is, but the mile and a uarter of chill, fast-moving wa- er that separates it from the mainland has been enough to iifle every escape attempt in the 8 years the island has been a ederal civilian prison. Before Tuesday, no one had ver successfully pulled off an es- ape from the "Rock" — as far s is known. What was probably the bl'oodi- st attempt at a break-out began May 2, 1946, and lasted three lays. It took U.S. Marines k> lop the attempted escape. Bernard Coy and Paul Cretzer, vvho had successfully challen"ed even other prisons before they vere transferred to Alcatraz, ashioned a wrench from toilet ixlures to spread the bars in heir cell, Kill Guard They slugged a guard in the main cell block and,' taking his teys, climbed to the barred cage hat protected an armed guard They used their wrench to gel nto the guard tower and over- >owered the guard, taking his ;un. Then they liberated about 30 prisoners. The first officer who was slugged was later killed for refus. ing to tell the whereabouts of the keys to the main cell block. He had tossed them into an empty cell when the riot began, later. Marines stormed ashore, while Coast Guard patrol boats "blockaded the island. The Marines dropped tear gas shells .through a hole in the roof of cell block ) ' and, after a gun battle, the riot was over.' Coy, Cretzer and a third inmate were found dead. Two guards were killed and two other inmates, who'were in on the plot, were later executed. Two Believed Drowned Two kidnapers — Ralph Roe and Jimmy Cole — came close enough to require an official asterisk in the list of escape attempts. On a December night in 1937 they cut the bars in the prison shop and slipped into the bay. They vanished in the fog-bl'anket- ed bay and were never seen again. Prison officials said they were presumed to have drowned, their bodies swept to sea. But no one- knows for sure. A year later, three bank robbers beat a guard to death, but guards killed one inmate and captured the other two. On April 12, 1943, four convicts tied up two guards and jumped 30 feet off a cliff into the bay. As they started to swim, one was struck by a guard's bullet. The inmate, James A. Boarman, sank beneath the waves. Two of the others were recaptured within an hour and the fourth was found hiding on the island three days An Ingenious Try John K. Giles, 50, made one of the most ingenious tries. He • ac quired an Army staff sergeant's! land. as it pulled away from the prison headed for Angel Island. But a head count at Alcatraz disclosed one missing man, and another count on the launch showed one soldier too many; Giles was greeted by guards at Angel Is- uniform in 1945, complete to the dog tags. Dressed in his uniform, he calmly boarded an Army launch Demands Autopsy In Brother's Death PARADISE, Ky. (UPD—Perry County, Ind., Sheriff William Falls Tuesday demanded an autopsy to determine the cause of death of his brother, Fred Falls, 55, Tell City, Ind,, whose body was pulled from the Green River near here. Falls'was reported drowned Saturday night when the boat he was fishing from capsized. A fishing companion, Haymond Winchell, Central City, Ky., said he could not remember what, happened before 1.? found himself swimming to shore. The body was discovered by a team of searchers from the Tel City fire department, accompaniec .by the sheriff. The body was recovered from the swift-flowing river which is near a large Atomic Energy Commission powe plant. Winchell told MufTlenberg County officials that he and Fret Falls were night fishing when the boat overturned. The most recent major out- jreak occurred Sept. 29, 1958, when Aaron W. Burgett and Clyde M. Johnson overpowered a guard and tried to swim for 't. 'ohnson was found hiding on the sland and Burgetfs body was discovered two weeks later, float- ng in the bay. The island took its name from he pelicans that once inhabited .t — Alcatraz means pelicans in Spanish. But it's a tougher bird that makes his home there now—m one convict spoke for them all when he commented: "The trip to Alcatraz is the fastest boat ride In the world—10 minutes to get there and 20 years to get back." : ellowship Given To Cornelius A ?1,000 Lilly Fellowship for the itudy of history has been present. :d to L'Dean Cornelius, 2535 George St., a Logansport high :chool history teacher. He is one of 40 teachers and .4 June college graduates to be so honored. The winners .will spend, three summers on the Indiana University campus in an intensive course n American lu'story. During the regular school year they engage n a reading program under the supervision of I.U. faculty mem- jers. A Million Dollars to Relieve Itch of Piles It is estimated that over a mil lion dollars a year is spent on varied remedies to relieve itch o' pimples. Yet druggists tell you lha' cooling; astringent Peterson'; Ointment soothes pile torture in minutes. 60c box or 85c tube ap plicator. Peterson's Ointmen gives fast, joyful relief from, itch ing. Be delighted or money back Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Three Calvary Church Sets Bible School To Open Thursday The Calvary Presbyteria church will open its 1962 summer vacation church school Thursday wilh a party for juniors from 1:30 to 4 p.m. Kindergarten and primary classes will begin next Tuesday at 9 a.m. This year's program features varied activities adapted to the needs of each age group. Different departments will be meeting at thp times best suited to their summer schedules. JVI . Homer Caughnll will supervise the kindergarten department. Miss Mary Schwalm will supervise the primary department and Mrs. H. H. Willard is in charge of the junior department. REACH. DONT When you've spotted your first Scissor-Tailed Flycatcher, there's no need to budge with a phone near at hand. Go ahead and call Audubon. And telephoning for any purpose is more fun with a cute STARLITE® phone, color-matched to your living room or rumpus room. Remember—a second or third phone in the home costs far less than the first. GENERAL TELEPHONE a'i Largstt Independent Telephone System BOLD NEW LOOKS FOR KNIT SHIRTS Combed cotton knits iparked by lace placket collars, pointed tails, % length sleeves.with pocket! All striped! men's sizes r S, M, t A SOLID COLOR COTTON TERRY BATHROBES Soft, thirsty terry robes are a perfect Father's Day gift ... he can wear it year-round! Blue, pewter, or white, spice or town. sizes S,iM,L,XH 'ff EASY-CARE PUMA COTTON DRESS SHIRKS! Cool, short sleeve models of luxurious Pima! Kingdor collar, vented sleeves! 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