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Eight Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Estes Refuses to Answer Questions FRANKLIN, Tex. (UPD-Billie Sol Estes' testimony before a state grand jury may have shed ROCHESTER— School Board Hires! New Instructors ROCHESTER — The Board of Trustees of the Rochester Community Schools hired two new teachers for the fall during a regular meeting this week. Four major teaching positions including band director, special education class teacher, fourth grade at Columbia elementary and head football coach. The new teachers hired include Ronald Kuehl of Peru, a 1962 graduate 'of Ball State Teachers College and Miss Judith Cook of Warsaw, a 1962 graduate of Huntington College. Kuehl was hired to leach business education and to be faculty adviser for "Manitou Ripples", the high school yearbook. He replaces Kent Beeler, who has resigned. Miss Cook will succeed James Moody as a high school English teacher. Police • Chief John Hatch said today that Ronnie Powell, local post office employee, was bitten by a dog while delivering mail Monday. The dog has been impounded for two weeks, to determine if it has rabies. Powell, who received a one-inch gash on his leg, was treated by a Rochester physician. No stitches were required. Post office employees are cooperating with the city police in the campaign to stop the running of loose dogs in the city. The mail carriers are preparing lists of owners who permit their dogs to run and are turning them into the city police. Miss Jane D. Thompson, 18, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Thompson, rural route 1, Rochester, has joined the Women's Air Force for a four-year tour of duty. She was inducted at Indianapolis Monday and left by jet for Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, to take eight weeks of basic training. Miss Thompson is a 1961 graduate of Rochester high school and attended Manchester college for one year. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lee Holloway, Mentone. are the parents of a son born June 8, at Woodlawn hospital. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bowen, Rochester. Mrs. Grace Burton, assistant to (he Home Demonstration agent, took five 4-H junior leaders from Fulton County for a four-day conference of junior leaders from Indiana at Ball State Teachers College in Munde. The group left Wednesday. They are Jane Ann Smith, Chippewanuck club; Hallie Weber, Woodrow; Marilyn Sellers, Aubbeenaubbee; Robert Burton, Union, and Wayne Thomas, Wayne. Phyllis Shaffer, Aubbeenaubbee. is also attending the conference. new light on the mysterious death of federal agriculture official Henry H. Marshall'. Estes, who appeared about two hours Wednesday before the grand jury investigating Marshall's death, invoked the Texas version of the Fifth Amendment total of between 50 and 100 :imes, a source said, However, Dist. Atty. Bryan Russ said his testimony opened "new areas" into the investigation. He' would not elaborate on the statement except to say that Estes had been "helpful." Russ said Estes refused to answer "many questions" at a 40-minute morning appearance but cooperated at a 75-minute afternoon session. Dist. Judge John Barren worked out a compromise for the afternoon session after the grand jury brought legal pressure seeking to force Estes to answer all the questions on which he pleaded possible self-incrimination in the morning. Russ said that as far as he knows the grand jury, which recessed until 9 a.m. next Monday, will not need any further testimony from Estes. Three or four witnesses will be called next Monday, and Russ indicated some of them might be agriculture officials. The grand jury, in its fourth week of deliberation after the case was re-opened, is trying to determine whether Marshall was murdered or committed suicide. Marshall' was supposed to have been the first agriculture official to investigate Estes. Marshall was found dead on his farm near Franklin June 3, 1951. A justice of the peace ruled suicide at the time. However, an autopsy on his exhumed body showed that he had been shot five times with a 22- caliber bolt-action rifle, suffered a stunning blow on the head, and tests indicated a near-fatal dose of carbon monoxide in his bloodstream. House to OK Hike Of Debt WASHINGTON (UPI) -House members today were ready to reluctantly raise the national debt ceiling to a record $308 billion. Administration forces figured they had the votes to. push the $8 billion increase through. It would keep the government ahead of its bills through the slow tax-collecting season. Republicans offered $306 billion as a substitute ceiling. They charged the Pentagon was trying to blackmail them by threatening to cut defense contracts unless Congress makes the limit $308 billion. Democrats, however, said the Pentagon did nothing wrong in simply saying that if the money was not available, it would not be spent. The bill's manager, Chairman Wilbur Mills, D-Ark., of the ways & means committee, said Congress had authorized all the spending and not enough money was available to cover it all. Other congressional news: Television: The Senate was expected to pass legislation requiring manufacturers to make 82- channel television sets to give the 55 million Americans viewers a wider choice of stations and programs. Under the bill, all sets sold in interstate commerce would have to carry the 12 popular VHF (very high frequency) channels, plus the 70 UKF (ultra high frequency) channels now largely used by educational TV i Him. ETHEL WATERS THRILLS CROWD AT CHICAGO CHICAGO (UPD- Negro blues singer Ethel Waters stepped out of the 1,500-voice choir Wednesday night and sang "His Eye Is on the Sparrow" to some 33,000 persons at Billy Graham's Chicago crusade. Miss Waters, 61, collapsed last March while singing at a Youth for Christ rally in Los Angeles. Two years ago she was hospitalized with ^ serious heart ailment, which threatened to'end the singing career she began in 1924 in a show called the "Plantation Review." Her autobiography, also titled "His Eye Is on the Sparrow," was a bestseller 10 years ago. Graham had spotted. Miss Waters, of Pasadena, Calif., in the choir and invited her to do a solo. In his sermon Wednesday night, Graham said persons who perform the rituals of Christianity are not necessarily Christians. Neither, he said, are persons who possess "moral virtues" or live "respectable" lives necessarily Christians. "A Christian -is a person in whom Christ dwells. Millions of men and women in sight of salvation are bogged in confusion because they don't know that the cross they see is the way to victory," he said. Graham said he encounter with a living Christ cannot take place until a person realizes he has broken God's laws. "Then we must be willing to receive God by faith, and be willing to obey stations. Republicans opposed the bill as an unwarranted extension of government controls. Hospital: Health, Education and Welfare Secretary Abraham Ribi- coff told Congress his department supports a bill to strike the "separate but equal" clause from the Hospital and Medical Facilities Construction Act. He said the administration strongly supports making "nondiscrimination assurances mandatory." Local Man Named Delegate to Church Convention in Ohio The Rev. Kenneth Streufert, West Lafayette, and Albert Drompp, of this city, will represent the fifteen congregations of Circuit 0, Central District, Lutheran Church—Missouri, at the triennial convention of the Synod to be held at Cleveland Public Auditorium, Cleveland, Ohio, June 20-30. At its 45th regular convention the Synod, which has a communicant membership of slightly more than 2 ! /i million members and is the largest single Lutheran body in North America, will be faced with major decisions in choosing leadership, planning its program for the next triennium, determining the course of its organizational structure, and reviewing its doctrinal position. The delegates, as well as the pastors of the 6,234 congregations and 446 preaching stations of the Synod, received copies of "Reports and Memorials," a 423 page book containing 1,121 different reports andi resolutions which the Convention and its 17 floor committees will be taking under advisement. Air Traffic Up NEW YORK-Three major Airlines, American, United and Trans-World announced substantial traffic gains over last year n. May. American and United iach gained about 9 per cent. 'WA had a 1.7 per cent gain in Is domestic routes but its over- ;eas traffic was up 33 per cent. Sale Calendar June 15—Weddington's Auction Room .. .Weddington June 16—Kenneth Orem Sr. ... .Thompson & Rinehart June 16—Floyd Eakins Roy Grume June 23—Earl Jordon Estate Rineharts, Aucts. NOTICE... Pharos-Tribune & Press DISPLAY ADVERTISING DEADLINES: HALF-PAGE ADS OR LARGER—NOON TWO DAYS BEFORE PUBLICATION All Other Ads - 36 Hours Before Publication SUNDAY DEADLINE: Quarter-page ads or larger — Noon Friday; all other ads-5 p.m. Friday. COLOR: 4 Pays >n Advance. Your cooperation and assistance in adhering to these deadlines will help us give YOUR ad the expert workmanship it deserves. When the' evangelist invited the crowd to make "decisions for Christ," 640 persons came forward in the McCormick Plat's convention hall, bringing the crusade total to M.649 Graham was to visit Illinois' Joliet and Stateville penitentiaries today to speak before some 4,500 inmates. $120,000 Fire UMON CITY, Ohio (UPD—Loss was estimated at $120,000 today in a fire which destroyed the John Parent Co. grain elevator Wednesday night on the Ohio side of this twin city which straddles the Indiana-Ohio state line. The blazs apparently started in one of the elevator bins in which corn, oats - and soybeans were stored. Plan 3-Day Conference The city of Logansport will host over 1,000 delegates this weekend :o the three-day semi-annual con- r erence of Jehovah's Witnesses. The event will be held at the Na- :ional Guard Armory starting at 7 p.m. Friday, June 15. The conference will end Sunday afternoon. Delegates are expected to at;end from 18 cities in northcen- :ral Indiana. Raymond L. Anderson, of New York City, will open the conference FriSay evening and will speak on the subject, "Faithfully Increasing Our Praise To Je- lovah.'" After his address, Anderson will conduct a model ministry school, a course that is conducted weekly y each of the convening congre- ations. Participants in the school will include Paul J. Barker, Wai>ash; Mark Moore, Elwood; and ladys Vance, Marion. Anderson will counsel each student on how to improve his public ministry. Jehovah's Witnesses, convention officials report, stress that every Christian must be a minister of the Word and endeavor to train each one in the most effective methods of ministering. NEW YORK (UPI)-The flight o Brazil of Edward Gilbert, a boy wonder of Wall Street," to- ay had a district attorney inves- igating his withdrawal of almost 2 million from the funds of the 5. L: Bruce Co., Inc. The millionaire financier caught firmed that his office was look- i Varig Airlines flight to Rio de faneiro Tuesday night only hours Campaign Poke ;fter he excused himself from a> . . A „.__.;__ L.. Bruce board of directors meeting «T America Dy Diefenbaker OTTAWA (UPI) — Prime Minister John Diefenbaker Wednes- Sreel Decline WASHINGTON (UPD—U.S. exports and imports of steel mill products both declined in- April from March, Uie Commerce Department reported. n which he resigned the company •residency. Varig officials confirmed that iilbert had arrived in Rio. He en- ered on a 30-day tourist card. To emain, he must obtain a perma- lent, visa, which Lowell Birrell, a elf-exiled financier in Rio, said ,vas "awful hard to do." In a statement issued before his departure, the 38-year-old Gilbert iisclosed his withdrawal of 1,953,000 in funds and said it went to "protection of an acquisi- ion program on behalf of the lorporation." However, E. L. Bruce Jr., Gil- jert's close friend and successor o the company presidency, said 'The money was withdrawn for easons known only to Mr. Gil- iert." The Bruce firm, makers of tvax and flooring products, has annual sales of $42 million. The Securities and Exchange lommission (SEC) suspended INDIANA ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE COMMISSION 811 STATE OFFICE BUILDING INDIANA-ROWS I.KfiAI, NOTICB OF PTJJ1MO HEARING- Notice Is hereby given that the Local Alcoholic Beverage Board rtf Cass County, Indiana, will, at 10 a.m. on the 2nd day of .Tilly 1H62, at the North Court Room Court House, in the City of Lo- R-anaport, Indiana, In satd County, heft-in Investigation of thft ap plications of the following: nain ed. pei-BOUK, requesting the Issue to the-applicants, at the locations hereinafter pet out, of the AIco- hollc Beveraft-e Permits of the classes hereinafter desig'natec a,nd will, at said time and place receive information concerning; the fitness of said applicants and the propriety of Issuing the permits applied for- to such a.p- pllca,nt,i a,t the premises mirnnd Mar-Baret E. Baldlnl, (.Restaurant) Beer, Liquor. & Wins Retailers, 317 S. Third, L,og;a port, Indiana Harry ty. Doyle (Restaurant) Beer, "Liquor, & Wine Retailers 2415 Market, LoKannport, In- SAID INVESTIGATION •WTTJ BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. AND PUBUC PARTICIPATION IS RB- INDIANA. ALCOHOLIC BBVERAGE COMMISSION By W. F. CONDON 'Executive Secretary JOB A. HARRIS Chairman CLOSING OUT OF FIRST ISSUE FOR CASS COUNTY American Heritage Investment Corporation Stock (An Indiana Corporation) Authorized Capital 1,000,000 Shares Common Capital Stock--$1-00 Par Value This Offering 217,332 Shares Common Capital Stock New Amended Increased Price: $4.50 Per Share A Corporation organized to make diversified investments, American Heritage Investment Corporation is engaged in managing and promoting land investments. The company just recently purchased a tract of land at the Southwest city limits of Fort Wayne. The intention of the company is to erect a motel on this site. The American Heritage investment Corporation owns the American Heritage Insurance Group, Inc. The American Heritage Insurance Group, Inc., is promoting and managing business for several insurance companies throughout the State of Indiana. This announcement constitutes neither an offer to sell nor a solicitation of an offer to buy these securities, available exclusively to bona•fide residents of the State of Indiana for investment only and not for resale. The offer is made only by the Prospectus, copies of which may be obtained from the registered agent.listed below. Directors Harold E. Seaman, President Joseph H. Lesh Joseph L. Skozen, Vice President Lloyd O. Sckaefer Jack E. Lee, Secretary-Treasurer Robert O. Brough Formerly of Logansport Advisory Board Member For Cass County COURTLAND E. PHERSON Advisory Board, Councilman Bernie Kindlesparker AMERICAN HERITAGE INVESTMENT CORP. 1705 E. Pontiac Street Telephone H-6131 Fort Wayne, Indiana ...,...„.....-...,., Mail Coupon Promptly « «..»....».. 1705 E. Pontiac Street, Fort Wayne, Indiana American Heritage Investment Corporation Please furnish a copy of the American Heritage Investment Corp. Prospectus. * Name ' Address • City Thursday Evening, June 1.4,19C2. "Boy Wonder 7 Escapes to Rio trading of the company's com-iing into the withdrawal. Should mon stock for $10 days on the ' ' American Slock Exchange and the over-the-counter market." Both the SEC and the exchange initiated investigations of the matter. Dist. Atty. Frank S. Hogan con- charges be fi'.ed, it would be difficult to bring the free-spending Gilbert back. An extradition treaty signed by the U.S. and Brazil in Jar., 1961. has not yet been ratified by Brazil. The Brazilian justice minister has ruled thsl the treaty will not be retroactive when it is completed. Reliable soarccs said Gilbert's resignation from the Bruce presidency Tuesday v,'as forced by a faction on Iho board of directors |opposing the young president, It day night took a campaign poke reported thai it was'demand .. J J L. _ TT_;j _ J Pi ., J „„ N >. *'U~..il * at 'the United States, its "Howl, ing" businessmen and press. The Conservative leader's marks were the first of an anti- American nature injecled into cd he make restitution of (he missing funds; or face possible legal retaliation. At (his point Gilbert excused himself from (he meelinj;. HE Canada's general election eam-j went (o his $500,000 Manhattan P 31 !? 11 - i town house, packed a single suit- Diefenbaker, whose governmentj case| and departed for Idlewild faces a strong lest from the Ufa-1 Airport, where he bought Hie last erals in next Monday's balloting, jfi rst c i ass one-way ticket on the said at a rally in Guclph, Ont., 7:30 prn V aiig Flight to Rio. that Americans hope the Conservative party is defeated. Tliis, the 66-year-old prime minister charged, is "because don't do what we're told." He said his administration intends to look after Canada's interests first. Diefenbaker defended Canada's dollar devaluation to 92.5 cents of its U.S. counterpart, possibly the No. 1 campaign issue. Water Project WASHINGTON—The Senate is expected to approve the $170 million Fryingpan-Arkansas reclamation project In divert water from the Colorado River basin. It was approved by the House Wednesday after 10 years of consideration. The DIANA SHOP 321 Fourth Street RITA EGAN (popultr StvcMn model) loves Rat« A Straight "A" for graduation doings and on thru summer. Rita Eg an wears Vicky Vaughn's enchanting wh!te-on- white streak of a shciafh in SEVENTEfN. Richly textured cotton if given the feminine treatment with lac« margins, tiny button*. White only. 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