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JTwelve Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Minister at Rochester Re-Assigned EOCHESTER - The Rev. Kenneth E. Foulke, pastor.of the Rochester EUB church since June of 1058, has been assigned to the All Saints EUB church in South Bend. The Rev. William Simpson of the South Bend Central EUB church will occupy the Rochester EUB pulpit. The Foulkes will move lo South Bend Wednesday and will reside at 816 Ewing avenue,. East. Enters Contest Jane Beehler, daughter x>f Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Beehle.r, rural route 3, Argos, has entered the "Queen of Lakes" beauty contest that will be a feature of the Mermaid Festival in North Webster June 23-30. Miss Beehler, a senior at Richland township high school, will compete as "Miss Richlanc] Center". She is being sponsored by the senior class. GOP Meeting The Fulton County Republican Central Committee will be hosts to GOP candidates and precinct committeemen at a dinner at the Colonial Hotel on Friday. Speaker for the affair .will be Judge W. 0. Hughes of the Allen Circuit Court at Fort Wayne. He is a former member of the Indiana Legislature, where he was floor leader and speaker of the House of Representatives. Personals A picnic dinner was held by the United Presbyterian Women's association at the home .of Mrs. Fred Van Duyne. Miss Edna Sheets used as her devotional theme "Flowers as We See Them." She gave a comparison of our lives as-we live them to flowers as they grow. The program was in charge of Mrs. Seldon Brown. Her subject was the Summer Medical Mission. She told of the sums of money contributed to the Medical fund by various groups of the church, which go to the Canada-Indian reservation, the Cameroam region, Iran, and other places. Mrs. Brown also spoke of the industrial evangelism in Japan, and of the church taking Christianity to the laboring classes where they work. The brief business session was presided over by Mrs. Robert Van Duyne. Mrs. Florence Hendrickson gave a report of the Gary Presbyterian. The following slate of officers were voted on and accepted: president, Mrs. Fred Van Duyne; vice president, Mrs. James Burkett; second vice president, Mrs. Wayne Atkinson, and fellowship department, Mrs. Vere Calvin. Mrs. Norman Meiser acted as auctioneer for the sale whose proceeds were given to Medical Missions fund. Hostesses for the picnic with Mrs. Van Duyne were Mrs. Robert Van Duyne, Mrs. Wade Jarrette and Mrs. Chauncey Oren. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Holloway and children, of Cocoa Beach, Fla., 60th ANNIVERSARY—The famous Mainliner-New York Central's Twentieth Century Limited—celebrates Us 60th anniversary Friday. The first train, top, consisted of five wood and steel cars and is shown along the shore o[ Lake Erie. Highballing down the Hudson Valley, the modern Century, bottom, approaches New York City. (UPI Unifax.) Risky Maneuver For Pilot Of XI5 EDWARDS AFB, Calif. (UPD— Test pilot Bob White tilted the X15 rocket ship to an almost disastrous angle Tuesday in plunging the sleek black dart in from space in its most dangerous reentry maneuver. Attempting the XlS's highest angle of attack during -re-entry, White daringly jockeyed the ship'.s nose higher than its tail-perilously close to the position at which the ship would have losl stability and spun out of control. He performed the risky tactic after streaking five times the speed of sound to an altitude of nearly 35 miles. "I was real happy with the plane," White said after the flight. "The flight was beautiful — no trouble at all." The angle of attack is the angle at which the X15 hurtles back lave been visiting relatives and •fiends in Rochester and vicinity :h» past week. Mrs. John Nungesser and daughter, South Bend, and Mrs. Rigers of San Diego, Cal., were recent guests of Mrs. Aaron Moh- ,er. into the earth's atmosphere. It probes how future space crafts can make re-entry from orbital flights without being incinerated by air friction. In the angle of a Hack maneuver, the X15 flattens out in a body-full position to provide more of a drag in descent than if the ship were nosing down in a dive. Local Girl Awarded DePauw Scholarship Carrie Jo Gifford, 1230 High St., has received a scholarship from DePauw University, according to Paul L. Gilbert, director of scholarships. Miss Gifford was awarded a General Electric College Bowl scholarship on the basis of scholastic ability. DePauw received $9,000 in scholarship grants from the General Electric Company for winning five consecutive times on the CBS-TV "G. E. College Bowl" earlier this year. Four varsity scholars from the school became the - seventh team in the three- year history of the program lo retire as "undefeated champions." $306 Billion Debt Favored By GOP Wednesday Evening, June 13, 1962. Slap Happy Waste Of Tax Money By LYLE 1 WILSON WASHINGTON (liTI)—The slap happy waste of the taxpayer's' $14 million in 1963 for separately developed crash fire trucks although the Army possessed about A partisan fight over the two fi ures seemed likely today as the House prepared for a floor debate on the subject. Republicans claim that adoption of Iheir measure would force the administration to cut $2 billion from planned spending for the fiscal year starting July 1. Administration supporters counter that approval of the lower figure would force President, Kennedy to call Congress back in session next November or require fiscal juggling that would boost the cost of running the federal government. Under permanent law, the existing temporary limit of $300 billion is scheduled to drop to $285 billion on July 1. Since the actual debt then is expected to stand at $295 billion, Congress must act. Other congressional news: Estes:—Officials of commercial solvents corporation were sched uled to testify today about the firm's dealings with Billie Sol Estes. The hearings of the House Intergovernmental Relations subcommittee were expected to run through Thursday and perhaps in to Friday. Entertainers:— The Senate Rackets' subcommittee moved its investigation westward today as it continued to check into possible connections between hoodlum controlled night spots and the American Guild of Variety Artists. The subcommittee, which Tuesday beared testimony aboul the past operations of B-girls in Philadelphia, was scheduled today to hear witnesses from Chicago Defense:—The Senate plannec to open debate today on a $48.1 billion defense appropriation bill GOP leaders mapped strategy to cut the-pending measure by some $500 million. Democratic strategists said they thought the move would fail. Girl Found Dead In Country Road GREENWOOD, Ind. {UPD— Rosa Lee Morris, 17, was found dead in the middle of a country road late Tuesday night after a car ran over her. An autopsy was ordered to determine whether she was killed by the car driven by Wayne Hanson^ 20, Indianapolis, or whether she was dead before the car ran over her. Hansen told state police he did not see the girl lying in the road until too late to swerve to keep from running over her. Rosa • lived with her grandparents on a Johnson County farm not far, from the point where her body was found. ©1962 FAUS CITY BREWING COMPANY, IOUISVIUE II, KY. FC-2004-B gires you more OF WHAT BEER'S FOR! Whether they're biting or not... if you're like, most fishermen, you already have the best catch of the day on ice--Falls City Beer I City makes fishing trips even more fun. PASTEURIZED BITTER-FREE "- , <pa,t IJliJJUJIl \V\JL III \JL LilUOU VC- sprawl commonly known as the hicleS| class 1500i in excess 0[ , ts WASHINGTON (UPI) - House m ? ne y b y ft f administrative 59.4 miffion worth ot the5e ve . Republicans today lined up behind a substitute bill that would set the ceiiing-of the national debt at $306 billion instead o ; f the $308 bilion asked by the administra tion, Department of National Defense is a scandal about which no one seems ever to become excited. This scandalous situation is revealed in the reports issuing here from time to time from the office of Joseph Campbell, comptroller general of the United States. Campbell's job is lo audit government expenditures for Congress. He does a good job. Neither the President nor responsible members of Congress do anything, however, about Campbell's shocking reports. Here is a recap of what-Campbell turned up and reported to Congress in the last forl.ni.Bhl of May of. this year' involving National Defense Department opera- Item, May 16: The Ah 1 Force needs. The Army bought these class 1500 vehicles without pretests which would have disclosed their unsuitability for (he intended use. Late discovery of this situation caused the Army to spend $500,000 for design changes during volume production and further changes costing $360,000. Item May 16: The Army, Navy and Air Force spent unnecessarily about $4.1 million through our- and Navy were planning lo spend I could fulfill Air Force require- chase or conversion of aircraft en. j turned up the widespread practice gines by one service when similar ! ' excess engines were on hand in another service. Atom May 23: The Air Force developed and procured the II43B helicopter when an Army helicopter, the HU1A, then in an advanced stage -of development, ments. The Air Force estimated I them tagging the Defense Depart- that the H43B- program would.ment. cost $45 million and as of Sept. 30, j ~ ~ the project. The Defense Depart-1Third Son Hurt ment was aware of all the facts | n AMJ-Q Accident and requested the Air Force to '" AUr ° A( - c ! aenr withdraw the contract. Nothing GRANGER, Ind. (UPI)—Philip happened E. Hoffman, 23, Granger, became Item May 31: The Army is !!' e Wr * s ™ of Mr. -and Mrs. having constructed a tWmilel 0 ' 20 ''^ Hoffn , liln '. Gn "»8« lo be I maimed in traffic accidents in four years. Philip lost a lo;; Monday night aflcr being in a crash (en miles east of Goslicn in LaGrange County. Another son, Robert Hoffman, 41, suffered UNI loss of l>o(h legs about four years ago in a (ruck ,, M • n v, , i , , , cras h near Chicago. A third son, ^ Vy rl. °:i Patl ;'! ° f '£ R^nd. % Ganger, lost an cy. pipeline at Ft. 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