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iOUAi^jPlffi' PUBLIC IMMY Wednesday Evening, JUIIB 13,1962. Bunker Hill To Host AF Cadets BUNKER HILL AFB — Bunker Hill Air Force Base will host eight member of the Air Force Cade't Class of 1965, July l-14th. The class, which numbers 700 cadets, will be divided into various groups which will be assigned to Army, Navy and Air Force in- across the United stallations States. "Operation Third Lieutenant" will give the cadets an opportunity to gain first hand experience in leadership, human relations and management problems that are encountered by Air Force officers. It is also designed to increase the cadet's knowledge of junior officer's duties and give them the chance to experience the quality of Air Force life and duty. At other Air Force bases the cadets will fly operational combat type sorties with combat crews of the Tactical Air Command, Air Defense Command and the Strategic Air Command. The Navy will host two groups of cadets aboard the carriers Kearsarge and Yorktown. From the Long Beach Naval Station cadets will also board destroyers, submarines, transports, landing craft, mine sweepers and oil tanlc- ers. Army personnel at the Infantry Training Center, Fort Benning, Ga. will have a chance to judge Air Force drill techniques when the two groups parade July 4th at Fort Benning. Cadets will also parade at Tinker AFB, Okla., Barksdale, La., Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio and Bergstrom AFB, Texas. During the following summer at the Academy, the cadets will also take part in overseas field trips to Europe and South America. ". Names of the cadets and the jobs they will perform at Bunker Hill Air Force Base: are: Warren E. Manchess, assistant to the chief of the training division; Jerome C. Thies, assistant to the chief of ;he planning and scheduling M-anch; Michael H, Lloyd, assistant to the maintenance supervisor, 305th OMS; Donald C. WashbUrn, assistant to the bomber maintenance branch; G. L. Fredrick, Jr., assistant to the tanker maintenance supervisor, 305th FMS; Lar- Appoint New Patrolman on Peru force PERU—The promotion of Pa trolman Robert E. Smith to sergeant to replace Sgt. Marion Newby, who has retired, was approved by the Board of Works upon recommendation of Police Chief Kichard Stitt. The board also approved the hiring of Terry Alley, 108 W. Seventh St., and Jerry 'Hamman, 267 E. Sixth St., as full-time officers on 'the department. They were hired recently to work during the summer vacation period. Both Alley 'and ,Hamman are Republicans. They will serve a six-month probationary period. City Engineer -Lews Roberts reported to the Board that it would cost" about $5,100 to improve and meter- the city's off- Some Autoists Cheat State INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — ..Com-1 missioner Allen Nutting of the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles said today that many Hoosiers are cheating the state through transfer of cheaper-priced license plates to cars which require more expensive .plates. Nutting made the comment as the second day of a school for bureau license branch managers began. The school opened at the State Office "Building Tuesday with managers from the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th districts attending. Today's school was for managers from the 5th, 8th and 10th districts, and Thursday will .be for the 7ith, 8th and 9th districts. The commissioner explained to Air Center Aids Gus in Tight Spot' MIAMI ('UPD—Astronaut Virgil I. (Gus) Grissom was helped out of a tight spot Tuesday while piloting a jet fighter 44,000 feet over Jacksonville, Fla. Grissom, an Air Force captain, was en route from Pope Field, N.C., to Patrick Air Force Base near Cape Canaveral when the navigational equipment on his F106 stopped functioning. The suborbital spaceman notified Patrick, which in turn called Miami's Air Route Traffic'Con- trol Center. The center was able to pick up a radar emergency signal from Grissom's jet, flying a- uove a thunderstorm. The Miami center said it directed Grissom safely into range of the air base approach control, which guided the astronaut into a safe landing at Patrick. Grissom telephoned the Miami center when he landed to extend his thanks. "I don't know how I could have gotten down without you," the astronaut said. r'y A, Bacus, assistant to the maintenance supervisor, 305th A & E; and Mark D. Anway, assistant to operations, 68th AREFS. The commanders of the participating units will appoint a supervisor for the cadet who is assigned, to his unit. Project officer for the cadet visit to the Bunker Hill Base is Capt. L. C. Wagner of the 68th Air Be- fueling Squadron. The five judges who will pick the final ten airmen from Bunker Hill AFB to escort the finalists in the Miss Indiana Pageant at Michigan City, Ind,, July 6-7 have been announced. Each of the five judges are secretaries from different administrative sections on base. They are Mrs, Mary Hallock, secretary to the Commander, ' 305th Bomb Wing; Mrs. Coral Schroeder, secretary to the Commander, 305th Hombat Support Group; Miss Virginia 'Willis, secretary to the Deputy Commander of Operations, 305th Bomb Wing; Mrs. Dorothy Donoho, secretary to the Deputy Commander for Maintenance, 305th Bomb Wing; and Mrs. Dorothy DeWitt, secretary to the Commander, 827th Medical Group. Each individually selected airman is required to be single, a reporter that one of the big advantages of the new plan for having four and five-digit- license plates in 1063 will be trie closing of a loophole which is costing tax- payers'a considerable sum. "Now we have 10" different car plate fees, ranging from $7 to $12 and there is no way of idling, if a $7 .plate is on a car that requires a $12 one," he said. "But with the new plan a policeman can tell at a glance if an $8 plate is on'a car requiring a $12 one." The 1963 plates are to have a number prefix indicating county df purchase, to be followed by .either five digits, if a. small car qualifying for an $8 plate, or four digits if a regular car. which must have a $12 plate. 'Nutting said, however, that the details of the 1963 plates are not being outlined to the branch managers at the current school but will be explained in the fall. The current instruction deals primarily with proper keeping of records, as explained toy the Board of Accounts, and otter routine bureau operation. BECORD KNOCKDOWNS HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (UPD— In a fight at Hot Springs in 1902 between lightweights Battling Nelson and Christy Williams, a record 49 knockdowns were scor ed. Williams was down 42 times; Nelson, seven. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune SevtB State Jobless Claims Remain Unchanged INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - The Indiana Employment Security Division said Tuesday that unemployment insurance claims remained about constant last week. Director Lewis Nicolini, in his weekly report, said the week's total of 31,411 claims was more than 20,000 fewer than the 53,557 recorded during the same week a year ago. The week before 31,786 claims were filed. Nicolini said a fire at Huntington occurred too late in the week to affect claims figures. One company, employing about 200 per sons, was destroyed. 5-Day Forecast By United Press International Northern 3rd Indiana 5-DAY OUTLOOK: Temperatures will average up to 3 degrees below normal. Normal highs 78 to 83. Normal lows 58 to 62, Wanning trend Thursday, Friday and Saturday, cooler about Sunday. Precipitation will total around one-half inch in showers about Saturday, Central & South Indiana 5-DAY OUTLOOK: Temperatures will average 3 to 6 degrees below normal. Normal highs 82 to 86. Normal lows 60 to 64. Cool beginning of period, becoming warmer latter part of week. Precipitation will average one-fourth to one.half inch in scattered showers over th« weekend. JFK ADDRESSES PAGES WASHINGTON (UPI) — President Kennedy told the 23 graduates of the Capitol Page School Tuesday his office was available to all of them in future years. Kennedy, in awarding certificates to the class, said "We expect great things from you." The boys attend school from 6:30 to 9:45 a.m. and serve as pages in the House, Senate or Supreme Court the rest of the day. DETONATE 18TH DEVICE WASHINGTON (UPI) - The Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) announced Tuesday the United States had detonated the 18th in its scries of nuclear tests near Christmas Island in the Pa- ciFic. The commissi'ln said the lest involved droppiog an intermediate yield device from an airplane. young, sign a volunteer statement, be of excellent character and appearance and well-mannered. Squadron commanders will vouch for each nominee. President-elect df the Bunker Hill Toastmistress Club, Mrs. Lynwood C. Cox has been accorded an unusual honor. Mrs. Cox, who assumed the presidency this week, gave a short talk at the Charter Party entitled: "The Successful Air Force Wife." In recognition of the excellent manner of presentation, the delightful performance while offering facts little kwxvn to civilian contemporaries and because the speech was so well received, Mrs. Cox has been requested by representatives from four Toastmistress clubs throughout Indiana to appear before their local chapters. A1C Cloyd D. Spear and TSgt. John J. Conley of the 305th Combat Defense Squadron were recently presented outstanding NCO and air policeman awards for the quarter by Col. William F. Bowden, vice-commander of the 305th Bomb Wing, Sgt. Conley was also named the outstanding base NCO for the quarter. A1C Joseph Jaworski has been selected as Mechanic of the Month for May. He is assigned to the Refueling Maintenance Section of the 305th Transportation Squadron. Airman Jaworski came to Bunker Hill AFB in January, 1962 from King Salmon, Alaska and has proved himself to be an outstanding mechanic. He has eight years in the Air Force and his home town is Chicago, 111. Airman Jaworski is married and has two children. . street parking lot at-Broadway •and Canal St. The report was accepted and the board decided to investigate obtaining other lots in that location before taking an action on improving the city's lot. Peru Attorney Richard Rhodes appeared before the board as counsel for the Telesystem Services Corp. and invited board members to study one of thee firm's installations in another city. Mayor S. G. Cox said the board would study the firm's proposal and'those of the other two firms wishing to install a cable-tv system before making a decision. Set Barbecue State Treasurer Robert Hughes will be -the main speaker at a beef barbecue which will be held in Republican headquarters at 7 p.m. Thursday. The event is being sponsored by the Young Republican Club. All precinct committee members, all delegates to the state convention and 'all candidates have been invited to attend the affair. Owen Clifford Froelick, 69, of Converse,, narrowly missed being run over by a pickup truck which collided with his car at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday. The accident occurred one mile east of Wawpecong on Indiana 18 arid the McGrawsville Road intersection. Deputy Sheriff Joseph Tucker reported that Froelich was traveling west when a ton and a half truck driven by Willis Beachey, 25, of Kokomo, traveling north on the McGrawsville Road, pulled out in front of him. Froelich was thrown -from his car and in front of the truck. Deputy Tucker said if the truck would have rolled three more feet it would have rolled over 'Froelich. Property damage to each ve hide was estimated, at $150. There was no arrest. , , Leave For Tour Tim Noble and Ron Doucette, Peru high school students and members of the U. S. High School Band, will leave Peru Wednesday evening for a month-long musical tour o! Europe. The two students will arrive in New York Friday for a day or practice and then take a plane to Nice, France, where they will play with the rest of the band before the Lions International Convention. Following this appearance the band will make a concert tour of. Italy, France, Switzerland, Austria and England, Youth Improved James E. Johnson, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson of 107 E. Eighth St.. was reported' as improving in an Indianapolis hospital. The youth was the driver of a car in which Cathy Van Holern, 19, Indianapolis, was killed Saturday night. 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