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Monday Evening, June 18,1962, 1MSCUSS1NG STRKE-Bon Brown (left) president of the Flight Engineers, discussed the strike against Trans World Airlines with reporters Sunday. The union scheduled the strike for 2 p.m. Tuesday despite President Kennedy's call for arbitration in their dispute with three major carriers. At right is Harry S. O'Brien, executive* vice president of the union. (UPI Unifax) CLINTON CLYMERETTES The Clinton township Clymer- etles 4-H Club met at the school recently with Corinna Cowell ill- charge. The flag pledges were presented. Roll call was' answered by "A lood Grooming Tip." Devotions were offered by June Cable. It was announced that Rosemary -leckard is going to the Junior Demonstration contest. Singing was led by Sharon Leazenby and the health and, safety report was presented by Lynda Porter. A demonstration on shrinking material was given by Linda Tribbett. New ideas for, refrigerated biscuits was presented by Corinna Cowell, Sharon Cable and Sharon Leazenby. The next meeting will be held June 25 at the school. Turkey Producers Vote On Controls WASHINGTON (UPI) - Commercial turkey producers begin voting today in a referendum on a proposed national marketing order for turkeys. Voting will continue through Friday. If two-thirds of those voting (representing either the number of voters or the volume of production) approve the proposal, it will be the first marketing order program to be operated on a nationwide basis for any farm commodity. It is also the first major effort to put federal controls on a product of the livestock or meat Close Race In Canada's Election OTTAWA (UPI) - Political experts looked for a photo finish between the Liberals and Conservatives in loday's parliamentary elections with a record number of Canadians expected to vole for their 25th national government. An estimated 7.5 million of almost 10 million registered voters were expected to cast ballots to fill 264 seats in the 265-member House of Commons. Polls are open from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. local standard time. Prime Minister John Diefenbaker, 86, and his Conservative party were rated a 50-50 pick with Liberal leader Lester B. Pearson, 65, former diplomat and Nobel Peace prize winner. Chief opposition is from the New Democratic party headed by T.C. Douglas, 58, a Baptist minister, and the Social Credit party led by Robert N, Thompson, 48, a school teacher. In all, voters will choose among 1,105 candidates, including 14 Communists, vieing for seats in the Commons. The odd seat, in eastern Ontario, will be settled a month later because of a candidate's death. Diefenbaker and the Conservatives swept to power in 1958 by winning a record 208 seats, but political experts predicted this year's - election would give no parly more than 150 seats. Many experts believed there could be a Conservative - Liberal stalemate, leaving the New Democrats and Social Credit party with the balance of power in a minority- Parliament. The electioneering, which started quietly, wound up noisily on international issues. One was the devaluation of the Canadian dollar to 92.5 cents of the U.S. dollar. The second was a Soviel note of protest denouncing Canada's alleged preparations to arm with nuclear weapons, industry. The Agriculture Department said the proposed order is designed to provide fair prices to producers and consumers by helping to prevent an over-supply of turkeys. Voting will be both by mail bal lot and in person at county offices of the Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service. The number of ballots is not expected to be large, because eligible voters total somewhere between 10,000 and 12,000 of the 86,000 turkey growers in the United Slates. But the eligible voters produce all but about 4 per cent of the turkeys raised annually. Those eligible to vote are producer-growers who marketed more than 3,600 pounds (live- weight) of turkeys in 1961, con tract-producers who had in 1961 a risk-of-loss contract in turkeys produced by a producer-growers, and qualified cooperative associa lions voting for individual members who produced more than 3,600 pounds (liveweight) in 1961. In general, this means that any farmer who produced more than 200 birds or more in 1961 can vote. A contract-producer eligible to vole is one who enters into a contract with a farmer to produce the turkeys and shares in the risk of loss with the farmer. Resulls of the balloting will be announced by the Agriculture Department, No time for announcing the results has been set. If the marketing order is approved it will be binding upon all those who qualify as handlers. The order, if issued, would be administered and operated by an in. dustry-nominaled advisory board and an administrative committee chosen from among the board's members and alternates. It would be financed through assessment against handlers on all processed turkeys handled. All-Africa Unity CAIRO OUPI)—The Casablanca nations made a new bid Sunday night for all-African unity to speed up the liberation movement. In a joint communique winding up a three-day "summit" conference, the six members of the group called for a conference of African states "to discuss the establishment of Pan-Afridan solidarity." 'Fireworks' HONOLULU (UPI)- Residents of Hawaii will scramble for vantage points tonight for the biggest fireworks display in the 50th state's history — the scheduled high altitude nuclear detonation at Johnston Island. The blast is set for somelime between 4 a.m. CDT and 7:30 a.m. ODT Tuesday. Withdraw Sentries From Berlin Wall BERLIN (UPI)- The Communists today withdrew two Soviet sentries who were stationed at the wall between East, and West Berlin on the ninth anniversary of the East German workers revolt Sunday. West Berlin police reported the two Russians, both armed, left the wall during the night. One had stood atop the Brandenburg Gale and the other was posted in a lower overlooking a border canal, an escape route for refugees. It was the first time Russians had stood sentry duty on the border since the Communists built the wall Aug. 13. Russian tanks were sent to the border last summer to confront American tanks which moved up to the Friedriciislrasse crossing- point. But both 'sides later withdrew the armor. The posting of the two Soviet sentries on Sunday apparently re- flected Russian fears that trouble might break out on the anniversary of the June 17, 1953, revolt. But there were no incidents. The East Germans also withdrew reinforcements sent to the border Sunday. West Berlin police said about 200 border guards and five armored personnel carriers left the wall area at 6 a.m. The Communist party newspaper Neues Deutschland denounced as a provocation West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer's brief visit to West Berlin Sunday to speak to a rally of 150,000 persons marking the revolt anniversary. Adenauer told the rally that reunification of the two Germanys would come eventually because the Western Allies-were standing behind the people. West Berlin Mayor Willy Brandt told his people that "We will riot igive up." - . • Air Patrol Unit Sets Meeting Commander Fred Wood, of the local Civil Air Patrol Squadron, has announced that 'a meeting oi all prospective members will be held Thursday at 7 p.m. in the City Building, room 206. The Senior Squadron has 16 appointed officers at this time and will accept applications for the Cadet Training Program at the next meeting. YOUNG MEN AND women of high school age are invited to attend this meeting and learn of the benefits attainable through membership in the Cadet Program. Some of the opportunities offered through membership include summer encampment, aviation aerospace education, jet and space orientations, drill competition, college scholarships, citizen training and foreign travel. Members will'have an opportunity to get a close-up look al the many careers 'in both civilian and military aviation. Parents of interested young men and women are also invited in attend the meeting and to become acquainted with the CAP program. NAMES THREE TO MEMORIAL COMMISSION INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)—Governor Welsh today replaced three members of the War Memorial's Commission of Indiana whose terms expired in the midst of. a controversy over use of a. state- owned auditorium by the Civi! Liberties Union, Welsh named James A. Gardner, Fowler, and Glen H. Cheak Connersville, both Hepublicans and Ray R. Addington, LaPorte a Democrat. Gardner succeeds Dr. HaroU Halleck, Winamac, brother ol House minority leader Charles A Halleck, as a member from the 2nd District. Cheak succeeds John Goodrich, Winchester, as a member from the 10th Dislrct, Addington succeeds Rolanc Obenchain, South Bend, as a member from the 3rd District. Obenchain asked Welsh not to reappoint him. All three of the new appointees are war veterans and members ol the American Legion, an organization which has vigorously protesl Welsh's insistence that the OLU be permitted to use the auditorium for meetings. A rule adopted nine years ago prohibited the OLU from using the facilities of the War Memorial here, and despite Welsh's request that the commission change or repeal the rule the commission voted unanimously at a May meeting to keep it in effect. Gardner is prosecutor of Benlon County and a former FBI agent, Cheak is a home improvement contractor. Addington is a retired school principal. Many Jobs for Gen. Park Hee In Seoul, Korea SEOUL, Korea (UPI) - Gen. Park Chung Hee took on the job of prime minister today along with his other titles of acting president and chairman of the ruling military junta. The 28-member junta announced lie had been appointed to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of LI. Gen. Song Yo Chang as the Republic- of Korea's p'irne minister last Saturay. The junta spent the weekend considering-a number of possibilities 'and finally decided Park was the only man for the job. Song quit in protest against the currency reform measures decreed earlier this month by the junta, • The junta also appointed Kim Hyun Chul, an American-educated economics expert who served as finance minister under former President Syngman Rhee, to be director of the economic planning ward. 4-H News 4-LEAF CLOVERS The Boone township Four-Leal Clover Club met at the high schoo: recently with Sue Berkshire in charge. Flag pledges were led by Linda,Nies and roll call was an. swered with favorite season. Ruth Ann Lutes gave the secretary's report and Sandy Russel gave the treasurer's report. Dorothy Hook gave the health and safe, ty report on traffic safety. The local Junior Demonstration contest was conducted and the winners were; first, Rebecca Nies; second, Mary Cookerly and third Joyce McLeland. Demonstrations were given by Linda Kitchell, An drea Coleman, Jackie Jones, Lin da Nies, Sue Berkshire, Dorothy Hook and Jennie Walters. The next meeting will be helc June 25. LITTLE SAMARITANS The Little Samaritans 4-H Club met June 12 at the Church of Go< annex with Carolyn Ranee in charge. Flag pledges were led by Cynthia Parks. Demonstrations given included Leah Douglas, Sugar Drops; Georgia Klink, Deviled Eggs: Cynthia Parks, Egg Salad; Ro berta Sibbley, Starlight Mince Sur prise; Becky Martin, Five-Cup Salad and Joan Poduch, Salad, Devotions were offered! by Sue Laymon and refreshments wen served by Marsha Benn and Joan Poduch. The next meeting will be heli on July 19 at the Church of Goc annex. SUN MAIDENS A demonstration contest was thi highlight of the recent meeting o the Noble township Sun Maiden 4-H Club. Those giving demonstra lions were Julie Hatten, Cotlagi Pineapple Salad; Cheryl March Dream Bars; Nancy Hartman Let's Set the Table; Bevert Renkenberger, Meat Loaf; Christy Nicoll, Gooey Rolls; Linda Stroud Cherry Fillups; Kathy Myers Crazy Cakes; Nancy Nicoll, Frui Float; Karen Wilburn, Appl< Crisp and Christy and Patty Me Kaig, Calories Do Count. Household Accessories Get Bigger CHICAGO OUPI) - Household accessories are getting bigger and more dramatic. Designs on display at the Inter national Rome Furnishings Mar ket opening today include every thing from an architectural pane that looks like a harem screen to early American clocks and wal plaques. Whether they dress up a con temporary or traditional setting the trend is to a single,, eye catching, piece or arrangement rather than scattered little pieces throughout the room, In line with the wide variety o furniture styles and the style combinations, accessories, too cover much of the world anc most of history. The "harem screen" panel is individually hand crafted and comes in a smooth or heavy wood grain .in stained or painted finishes. It can be ordered to size for divider or door. Among the early American pieces are two clocks. One a collector's clock shelf, comes complete with a pipe rack and a bow" of fruit, all based on an original wood carving. The finish is fruitwood. Another early American wall clock has a carved reproduction of the signing of the Constitution. It is designed to match Revolu tionary War- wall plaques,. One Survivor SAIGON, Viet Nam (UPI) Government officials disclosed today that/only, one South Vietnamese soldier survived an ambush by. Viet Cong guerrillas that claimed the lives of two U.S. Army officers and 2g Vietnamese soldiers. ' The survivor was reported undergoing treatment in.a Vietnamese hospital. The extent of his injuries was not given. Asks Uncommitted Nation to Become Really Independent AMHERST, Mass. (UPD-Sec- ictary of State Dean Rusk said Sunday tensions between the United States and Russia would be leduced to "almost zero" if uncommitted nations became genuinely independent. Rusk, in a commencement address at Amherst College, said the United States has the greatest respect for uncommitted nations and for their genuine independence and nationhood. The voice of the small nations can be a,powerful voice," he said, "'but real independence cannot be found by always seeking a half FAMOUS DOCTOR—Roger Bannislcr, M, I)., who made history more than eight years ago by running the first four-minute mile, works with the microscope in Boston City hospital in this file photo. Working under a one-year fellowship from Oxford, lie is a graduate student of clinical neurology at tlrc hospital's famed Neurology Unit. (UPI Unifax) Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune flvt way spot between Hie major contending powers," Rusk said the cold war will be won by reaffirming-the universal ideals of man. The secretary was one of eight persons awarded honorary degrees by Amherst. PILOT ESCAPED INJURY NEW YORK (UPI)-A Marine reserve pilot escaped injury Sunday when his fj4 jet fighter skipped off a runway, skidded through a fence and struck a parked car at Floyd Bennct Naval Air Station. The plane, piloted by Capt. Paul H. Hogardus, 32, of New Haven, Conn., burst into flames about 200 feet from a group of homes housing naval personnel. No injuries were reported. l New Drug Formula Clears Up Pimples HOUSTON, Texas - Successful completion of field tests of the product, "KleerPlex" was announced today by Loesch Laboratory Consultant,?. Daily use of the new product, which is simply dabbed on the face with a piece of cotton, should completely control pimples, blackheads, etc., within 30 days, according to a company spokesman. Pimples, blackheads, and similar complexion problems are usually caused by excessive discharge of "sebum," a body waste which is discharged constantly through the skin, pimples are caused when sebum at or near the skin surface dries and plugs the skin pores. Additional body wastes back up behind this "plug" of dried sebum, bacteria infest the area, and (he skin irritation resulting becomes a blackhead or pimple. KleerPlex is a deep pore cleanser, designed specifically to dissolve every known chemical component of this sebum. It clears up pimples and blackheads, makes the skin soft and smooth, and helps prevent their formation in the future. It is sold on an absolute money-back guarantee of results. . As a special introductory offer, you can now order two months' supply of KleerPlex, a regular $2.80 value, for only $1.98. Order KleerPlex by writing to Loesch, P. 0. Box 66001. Houston 6, Texas. Your KleerPlex will be shipped immediately,: C.O.D. Or we will pay shipping charges, if you enclose your check or money order for $1.98. Either way, you must be completely satisfied with results at the end of 30 days, or you may return the unused portion for immediate refund. Adv. Compare And Save It Pays To COMPARE Finance Your Next Car through OUR BANK — and enjoy a FIVE- WAY saving! Finance Your Next Car Through OUR BANK — and Enjoy a Five- Way Saving! 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