Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 14, 1962 · Page 20
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 20

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, June 14, 1962
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Twenty Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Expects House to Approve Form Bill WASHINGTON (DPI) - Secre tary of Agriculture Orville L. Freeman is convinced the farm bill will be approved by the House next week and become law in much the form the administration wants. "The bill will pass," Freeman confidently told reporters. "We may have (o compromise a little here and a little there, but it will pass—in an acceptable form." House passage would send • the bill to a House-Senate conference committee for/reconciliation with the already approved Senate measure. Freeman believes the pending bill eventually will become law because of President Kennedy's support, a determined drive by administration leaders for it, the fact that "House Democrats apparently are more united on this some years," and his own missionary work. Freeman said Kennedy-is "very solidly" for the bill. He said the White House has exhibited a great deal of enthusiasm for it, much more than for farm legislation which was stymied in Congress last year. The White House has a "much better understand- Our Thanks to our many friends, for cards, gifts and calls on our 25th wedding anniversary. —Mr. and Mrs. Paul Watson. ing" of the pending bill than it had a year ago. 'Freeman said this was helpful in prying the'bill out of the House Agriculture Committee by an 1817 vote, "and will help next week" when it comes to the House. Freeman expects his own work on Capitol Hill will pay off when the voting starts. He has visited personally with more than two score House members during the past several days and expects to contact personally as many or more between now and next week. Moderator Of Church HANOVER, Ind. (UPI) - Dr. Howard Kipp, pastor of First Church of Frankfort, is the new moderator of the Indiana Synod of the United Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. He was elected Wednesday at the annual conference at Hanover College to succeed Dr. Robert MacDonal'd of Richmond. Dr. Kipp is a former pastor of churches at Knightstown and Con. nersville and has been at Frankfort since 1951. Kenneth Miller, a layman who serves as a ruling elder of the Gettingsburg Church near Frank- 'ort, was elected vice moderator. $25 to $500 Phone, Write or Stop in and see WAYNE CAlSiSEl PHONE 6116 FREE Budget Counseling Service IDEAL mm 318 4th St. logansport, !nd. CITY - MARKET GROUND BEEF SAUSAGE Two More Fatalities By United Press International Accidents in the Terre Haute and South Bend areus Wednesday night pushed the Indiana traffic fatality toll to at least 468 compared with 427 'a year ago. Jerry McCain, 23, South Bend, was killed in a head-on collision along Indiana 23 south of South Bend. Richard Stilp, 22, Mishawaka, was .injured critically despite the fact he had seat belts fastened. Authorities said Stilp's car spun out of control and swerved into McCain's car., Arthur H. Adams, 77, Bowling Green, was killed when his car went out of control and crashed into a tree on Indiana 46 at Riley. Police said Adams, who recently moved to Bowling Green from Chicago and whose .wife still lives in Chicago, apparently dozed a. the wheel. They said he was traveling at about 85 miles an rtour. Adams was pinned in the wreckage for about an hour and was dead on arrival at a Terre Haute hospital. SEA SCOUTS TO SPEND WEEKEND AT GREAT LAKES Sea Explorers of Ship 509, Logansport, will leave Friday for Great Lakes, 111., where they will spend the weekend at the U. S. Navy Training Center on lake Michigan. The weekend program, sponsored .by'the Navy for Sea Explorers in the Eleventh Naval District, will include sailing, swimming fishing, obstacle course, and instruction in nautical lore. The Sea Explorers will live in barracks and eat in the base mess hall. Dane Sorenson. crew leader, said 15 local Scouts will make the trip. The group will leave by bus at 4 p.m. Friday and return Sunday afternoon. NOW YOU KNOW The cod fish lays an estimated five million eggs annually, according to the Miami Seaquar- Fur Storage Call XJs Logan Fur Service 521 High Phone 3632 Closed Saturdays We Thank the Hundreds Who Participated in Our FRIGIDAIRE WEEK Wm. Rogers Silver Coffee Service was won by Eva Cunningham, 412 Whcatland Ave., City. Money in fishbowl was $179.68 BEST LADY'S GUESS— Mrs. Rex McCloskcy, Young America, $179.76 awarded Lady's Week-End Traveling Case. BEST GENTLEMAN'S GUESS- Boyd Evernham, Rt. 1, Idaville, $178.83 awarded Alan's Imported Manicure Set. 315 Fourth St. Dial 2762 OPEN • FRIDAY I NIGHT • WHITE TOILET AND TANK $22.50 • 32x21 DOUBLE BOWL SINK $12.95 • 18x20 CHINA iAVATORY $12.50 • 5-FOOT STEEL BATH TUB $49.50 • Stone Base Shower Cabinet $59.50 • 3 o?«U ED OAS WATER HiATER $64.50 3 PIKE BATH OUTFIT WITH COtORED ' WASTE CHAMP ELECTRIC FITTINGS $139.50 Garbage Disposer $39.50 DWP TRAYS-IFOR TOILETS $2.98 PLENTY OF FREE PARKING BEAVER'SB&M SUlPlr»UY CO. IPIHOINIE 3790 124 iBurlington-MNex* to <»arr Hardware Touring Southern Indiana Hospitals INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - The State Budget Committee will consider about $2 million worth of construction today and Friday while on a tour of state hospitals in Southern Indiana. •The committee is scheduled to visit Madison State Hospital and Southern Indiana Tuberculosis Hospital, New Albany, today and the Evansville State Hospital Friday. H. R. Dietze Plumbing & Heating Re«idenlial-Comm«rcial Industrial Priori. 3409 HALLMARK FATHER'S DAY CARDS DON'T FORGET DAD COOMIE'S GIFTS WALTON, IND. DR.O.LBRAITN K>B. Podiatrist Foal SpiclalUI FOOT AHMENTS Offie* 314 North St. LOGANSPORT, PHONE 3330 W«dn»dayi-Fri(iayi 9-4:30 FOR OVER 25 YEARS! "ROSS REID Roofs 'em Right" Ph. 3388 Estimates Free. LOGANSPORT MONUMENT Co. OiPFERS YOU Finest Quality—Stone Selection and Expert Craftsmanship in cutting, desired design and lettering to your specifications. Including ... DEEP CUT LETTERING ... if you so desire Stop by or phone for an appointment at your convenience and we will endeavor to satisfy Honestly any Inquiry you may have. "A Monument for every taste—A Monument for Every Means." Office Hours Monday thru Saturday 9:00—5:00 '.6th at Hanna—Logansport—Dial 3653 Thursday Ev ming, June 14,1S02. 1962 VW power Karmann GMa convertible, this it a new ear with leu than 1,500 milei. 1 QACt nHWIffnil '( T lm P° la * door hardtop, radio, heat- I 7.OU VJTGVHVbE-1 , r automatic trarumissiopi. steering. IQ'CC 'flUlBUlD'AI BT Bo1 Alr * door scdan V8 < automatic 1733 V.nCVKULCI trcn , m l,,l on , radio and heator. Special 4 door ledan, radio, heater, auto- IR'lll'flf DUILIV 1 9/tf) VAV I ANT V ' 200 4 dcor S' 0 '' 0 " 1 Wagon, Stand • »OV VMLIMn I transminlon, heater. A perfect car for economical vacation. 1OCO I 737 The car that everybody wants. s P° rf fu 'Y 2 door hardtop. Whits W j,|, b | ua inl<>rror . Fully equipped. A good clean car. Custom 2 door Sedan, VB, itandarcf trommfi- aion, radio, hooter. Save money on ihil one. i* ca Y ni * * door iedan, 6 eyl,, ou- tomatic transmiision, radio, heatsr. V-200 4 door icdan, standard tram- IfAllA'kliT V-200 4 door icdan VALIANT m[silon , radio/ heater . /^WDVCIflP Saratoga t do Viln I JLtlV ped car includi Saratoga t door jcdan a fully equip- Belvedere 4 door hardtop, power .teerlng and hrakei, radio, heater. Torqueflito transmlsilon. An extra sharp car, l Alr * < '°' Jr " d ° n '° d!a > Ii'ater, automoHc transmliiion, red and white. CHRYSUER" IMPERIAL HENDRI^ HONE 5151 PLYMOUTH -VAUANT FISH EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT -$7.00- All You Can Eat COLLEGE HILL INN 1115 N. 3rd St. Hive-In Pack; je Liquors U.S. :?.'.& W. linden • Pri:ine21162 YOUF! ONE-STOP PAR'rHf. SHOP •••^•••^••••••••^••^•••••••••^••^••••••^••••••HN KESLING DRUGS U. 5. 24 and Wheattand Ave. Dial 55241 OF FREE PARKING OPEN DAILY 8:30 a. m.-!0:OC [j>. m. OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY ALCOHOL PINT (Reg. 49<: 12c New 1963 Styles Timex Watches $J95 $3995 .^ewflectric Timex Watche Fother'«iDay (This (Sunday, Juris 1 Alka-Seltzer -•"• 47c , i $5.00 WR YOUR OLD 1M0R (Any type, any age, any condi'lion. —We Trade For— Schick-Ronson-Remi i! }f on NoreSlco-Sunbec!: ELECTRIC SHAVERS large Complete Selection (••>(• FATHEPrS DAY Pepto [lismol 8e 67c SPECIAL TUSSY'S LIPSTICK Large 'Size Tubes—8 Color Selection 2 $i fin «* IJliu SegoD Reg. 39c Formula for Maalox Liquid Reg. 1.49 FREE DELIVERY Registered Pharmacist c«n duty at all times. • Payroll Chocks Cashed • Stamps and Money Orders. Sold • Photography Equipment • 1 Day Film Service Animal & Poultry Health Needs COrVlPLET SERVICE KESLING DRUG FATHER'S DAY SPECIALS THURSOAY-fRIDAY-SATllRMY-SU'^AY OPEN DAI1Y AND SUNDAY 9:00 A.M. TO 9:00 SPORT SHIRTS | POLO SHIRTS. 79c | [MIEN'S (DRESS AMD SPORT DRESS SLACKS DRESS SLACKS $3.99 CAPS Baits;, iSkinners Fish Bogs, Etc. JDRESSSOCKS 3 pr. si.ool BARNEfrS DISCOUNT STORE 416 South 3rd Phone 2321

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