Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 14, 1962 · Page 12
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 12

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IVelve Logansporf, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Thursday Evening, June M, 1962. BOY AND DOG—Boy and his dog? No, not this Portland, Ore., and Snoopy, the (ox, are playtime. It's a boy with his fox! This three-month- mates. Terry said, "the fox is called Snoopy old red fox, raised as a pet, is one of the rare r because he is always getting into mom's tilings, ones that like humans. Terry Martin, six, of just like me." (UPI Unifax.) c " "'*'> %'<^VF Jt -.t»lV>.. >*X4 Pictures In The News r •*IT- £ v;_/ - fT^f s , ,,,-—>,, ^» ft&ftw^'r Si l W>«. M'^X.v»^ JEEPERS, PEEPERS!-To the apparent delight of its mother, the St. Louis Zoo's new baby hippppotamous takes a few cautious steps in one of its infrequent outings from the pool in the Elephant House. Born June 3, the 50-pound infant could swim from birth but needs the gentle nudging of its mother to advance on land. As soon as its sex is determined, the Zoo will sponsor a naming contest. Peepers is the mother, Jeepcrs is the father. (UPI Unifax.) MISS DETROIT?—Eleven finalists in the 1962 kneeling, will crown her successor June 21. Miss Detroit contest huddle around the 1961 win- The 1962 queen will compete in Hie Miss Michner in downtown Detroit Tuesday, Pat Gainer, igan contest. (UPI Unifax.) WATER HAZARD?—This sand trap on the 8tli hole became a small pond after a. heavy rain fell on the Oakmont Country Club at Oakmont, Pa., forced the cancellation of practice rounds for the USGA Open. The girls enjoying themselves are Joan McDermott and Janet Ceraso, both from Vandergrift, Pa. (UPI Unifax.) FREEDOM TUNNEL A tiny baby, too small to understand what is happening, is carried in a shopping bag to safety after it was pulled through a tunnel from East Berlin to West Berlin sometime over the weekend. The 20-inch high tunnel was dug by the baby's father, a West Berliner whose family was trapped in the Eastern section when the Reds closed the border last August. Tlie. baby's mother, a nurse, administered a sedative to the infant to keep him quiet during the dangerous trip. At least 16 persons were reported to have escaped through tois tunnel. (UPI Unifax) BID FAREWELL—President Kennedy and Panamanian President Roberto Chiari bid farewell to each other at a gate to the Wliite House f rounds Wednesday. At the end of their two ays of consultations, the two Presidents came out of the White House and walked together through the White House grounds under rare circumstances, this is the only time that veteran observers at the White House could remember the Chief Executive escorting a guest on foot that far. (UPI Unifax.) FLAG DAY — Holding up tho Stars and Stripes in front of him, Lawrence Phelps Tower, president of the U. S. Flag Foundation, praises families who fly the flag on Flag Day, June U. (UPI Unifax) > 1,1 >\ .isJl»~L~. ..t^JSJ*. "A HAPPY FELLA" — A happy boy with his dog, Sandy, is Everett Knowles, Jr., 12, of Somerville, Mass,, who had bis rigbt arm severed by a train and sewed back on by surgeons at Massachusetts General Hospital May 2S, is shown back in his Wednesday after being discharged from the hospital. ttJPI Unifax) SPECTACLES, BOOTS AND SKIS — Bespectacled Christopher Glosser, three, looks mighty serious about the whole business as he arrives in New York Wednesday aboard ttie Flandro after two years in London. Little Chris is accompanied by a big pair of boots and a bigger l>air of skis, but he wasn't saying what he would do with them when he gets back home to Dallas, Texas. (UPI Unifai* ' ' f NO EMOTION—Billic Sol Estes, right, shows no sign of cmo- tion as he emerges from the courtroom building in Franklin, Texas Wednesday at the conclusion of his testimony before the Robertson county grand jury investigating tlte death of Henry H. Marshall, the agriculture official who initiated investigations of Estes' cotton allotments. Trailing Estes and appearing somewhat more jubilant is Us attorney John Cofer, center, and Texn> Banger Capt. Clint Peoples. (UPI Unifu) BOTTOMS UP—Late model convertible vith nose down after it rolled over an embankment Wednesday into the driveway of the Garvey Corporation in a St. Louis suburb, The car rolled forward from the parking area of an adjoining res tuurant when the owner, Mrs. Chester E. Neal, of East Alton, 11, was lunching in the restaurant, (UPI Unifax.) I \

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