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Tuesday Evening, June 19, 1962. AT GOP CAUCUS Halleck Predicts 36,000 Majority INDIANAPOLIS (Special) - A prediction that he will carry the second district this year by a 36,000 vote majority was made by Congressman Charles Halleck at the second district caucus session attended by Cass county's delegates to the Sepublican state convention Monday night. The prediction was made as Halleck was telling the delegates about the plans for the talk by former President Dwight D. Eisenhower in his behalf on Sept. 13 at St. Joseph's college, Rensselaer. RECALLING HIS close friendship with Ike while the latter was President, Halleck said, "I don't want anyone to get the idea he is coming to my district to bail me out. That 26,000 majority I won by two years ago is going to be at least 10,000 more." Blasting the Kennedy administration, the House Minority Leader said, "The Democrats have a 3 to 2 majority in the House of Representatives; yet the President is complaining that he can't get his program through Congress." Halleck predicted that Kennedy's Medicare-bill will be defeated if it ever comes up for a vote in the House. ASSERTING THAT in his opinion, "Dick Nixon was counted out," he said. "The moral is—win so big they can't count us out." A Tippecanoe county delegate, Mrs, Jean Maloney, introduced the only note of discord into the caucus session when she repeatedly questioned the wisdom of Senator Everett Dirkson's cooperation with the administration in voting food for Communist dominated countries. Halleck defended the action by pointing out that American friendship will help the people in those countries,break away from Com- lunism. "It wasn't the Republican party that helped put the Communists m power in those countries" he reminded her. ALV1N CAST, second district chairman and candidate for superintendent of public instruction, presided at the meeting. J. Van Brown, of Rochester, candidate for judge of the Indiana Appellate court, also spoke briefly. Brown is presently a deputy attorney general. Dr. Dean Stinson, Rochester, Fulton county GOP chairman, was elected at the caucus to the convention's committee on resolutions; Mrs. Frances Gaylord, Lafayette, was elected assistant secretary of the convention; Mrs. Geraldine Marshall, Knox, vice- chairman of the convention; Joe Vaughn, Otterbein, committee on credentials; and William Conover, Valparaiso, committee on permanent organization. LOGAN-IAND Republicans who received appointive state convention jobs were Tom Baldwin and Richard Becher, both of Rochester, and Archie Clark, Winamac, all assistant sergeants-at-arms; Robert Roth, Monticello, 'assistant doorkeeper; Dick Zellers, route 2, Star City, assistant usher; Murray McCarty , and Darwin Moregt, both of Rochester, and Luther Cohee, Camden, all inspeC' tors; Mrs. Dorothy Brown, route 4, Rochester, and Mrs. Donna Berg Heads Spring Firm James Berg, formerly of this city, waj elected president of the Winamac Coil Spring corporation, of Kewanna, at a meeting of the board of directors following the annual meeting of the stockholders Monday. Berg, who is deputy commissioner of the Indiana Department of Administration, succeeds Daniel Pesaresi, Kewanna, as head of the company. The corporation, which makes coil springs, is the same one that Berg headed before he took his stale job. Other officers are James Hickam, of Freedom, treasurer, and Jack Warrum. of Anderson, secretary. Hickam and Warrum are new members of the expanded board of directors. The directors who were re-elected are Berg, Walter snd Theresa Pesaresi, both of Winamac, and Daniel Pesaresi, of Kewanna. Jewel Rebekahs Honor Members At Birthday Fete Bouquets of summer flowers decorated the tables at Jewel Rebekah lodge's birthday dinner Monday evening at the 17th street hall. Members having birthdays during the past three months were honored and seated at a table centered with a large birthday cake, baked by Mrs. Orva Horney. Each place was marked with a miniature cake topped with a single candle in the lodge's colors of pink and green. "Happy Birthday" was sung following the dinner. Ixjdge was conducted with 24 members present. Reports were made on sick members and Bertha Dixon gave the Scripture reading. Lula Powlen won the attendance prize. There will be no more meetings until Sept. 15. Officers Installed At Mental Culture Club Annual Picnic Twenty-two members of the Mental Culture Club attended the annual picnic recently in the lower Pavilion at Spencer Park. A short business session was conducted by the president, Mrs. Fay Johnson after which the new officers were installed by Mrs. Myra Gordon. Those installed were president, Nell Bradfield; vice-president, Mrs. Mabel Bowman; secretary, Mrs. Flossie Pullen; treasurer. Mrs. Martha Williams; parlimentarian, Mrs. Fay Johnson. White Elephant Bingo was played. The dub will meet again on September 27, Anniversary Couple Honored at Walton The King's Sons and Daughters class of .the . Walton Methodist church honored Mr. ' and Mrs. Frank Adams of Walton..at the group's recent session at the church. Mr. and Mrs. Adams, who are celebrating their golden wedding anniversary, were presented with • gift from the class. Refreshments were served to the 20 members present. Cornell, route 6, Rochester, pages. New Castle, Ind. Heat Wave Continues In East By United Press International Tornadoes and killer Thunderstorms flayed sections of the southern Plains and the Corn Belt during the night. The heat wave continued in the East. At least three persons were injured at Wichila Falls when tornadoes and thunderstorms hit west Texas. Amarillo, Tex., measured six inches of rain in 24 hours and authorities feared the McClellan Dam, 50 miles east of the city, might burst. A cloud burst at Minot, N.D., flooded streets with up to three feet of water and deposited as much as 14 inches of silt on lawns. Scores of basements were filled and two cars stranded in an underpass were covered by eight feet of water, A thunderstorm at St. Louis uprooted trees and snapped power lines, leaving 50,l'00 homes without electricity. The roof was blown off a vacant two .• story building. One television station was knocked off the air and another was forced to use emergency power. A police radio transmitter tower was blown down at nearby Venice, 111. Roofs were damaged at Fenton, Mo., and tree limbs were down at Eureka, Mo, Traffic was stalled by winds and rain at Ashland, Mo. A series of thunderstorms at Springfield, Mo., dropped the tern perature 24 degrees in an hour. Thunderstorms uprooted trees, toppled chimneys and smashed windows at Louisville, Mason and Edgemont, 111. Two drive-in restaurants were destroyed by a thunderstorm at Eight Seeking Title of Miss ndependence Eight girls are candidates for Miss Independence 1062, to be crowned as one of'the highlights if the'Old Fashioned Fourth of fuly celebration to be held in this city July 2, 3, and 4. . They are Beverly Scheerer, iheryl Reid, Nancy Bookwalter, Annette Cooper, Judy Cunning- iam, Sheryl Sanders, Kathie Mcain, and Doris Kay Kiesling. Last year's Miss Independence ivas Katharina Hitbert. CONTAINERS WITH pictures of he candidates will be placed in many local stores during .the weekend. For each penny dropped n the container, the girl whose )icture appears with it will re- ceiva one vole. The girl receiving 'the most votes in this manner will be crowned Miss Independence. Local service clubs 'and churches will have food and refreshment stands at the Old Fashioned Tourth of July celebration. Several candidates lor state offices are expected to attend along with oca] candidates. Red Guards Shoot Another Refugee BERLIN '(UPI) -Trigger- quick Communist border guards today shot another refugee trying to flee over the wall to the West from East Berlin. The shooting occurred early morning on the border of the French .sector only a few hours after East German guards accidentally shot and killed one of their own men trying to block Ihe escape of two women and two children into the American sector West Berlin police said the latest incident took place at 1:15 a.m. The Reds fired three shots. A cry of pain was heard, indicating the fleeing refugee had been hit. Bar Association Recommends Peru Attorney for Post PERU — The Miami County Bar Association met Tuesday morning and passed a resolution recommending to the Stale Supreme Court that Peru attorney Frank 1 Dice be appointed to serve as judge pro tern of the Miami county Circuit Court. Dice is the Republican candidate for the position in the November election. He is unopposed for the race. Judge Henry Bailey was stricken June 7 with a stroke while fishing at Lake Mintou. He was listed in poor condition Tuesday morning at General Hospital at Marion. Open Scout Camp Next Sunday Final preparations are being made this week for the opening Sunday of Boy Scout Camp Buffalo. Hugh S. Markell, executive of the Three Rivers Council and camp director, along with 25 camp staff members are currently undergoing a week of training in preparation. The six weekly camping periods! will extend through Aug. 4. Eastern district's period is from Sunday (o July 7; L'Anguille district, July 8-21; and Western, July 22- Aug. 4. The police believed the voice was that of a woman. Monday night Western police about 100 machine pistol shots presumably fired at refugees, on the border . of the Lichlenrade district of the American sector. With the border shootings in creasing, U.S. Army headquarters in Heidelberg announced that a fresh battle group of 1,500 men soon wi'll begin to cross the Helm stedt-Berlin Autobahn to replaci a group in Berlin since . las March. Along the border where the two women and two children escape! to the West under fire -Monda nighl, Communist guards ..earched for more freedom tun nels with giant, searchlights. . The Communists accidental! shot and killed one of their own men who was trying (o foil the escape engineered by three 1 broth ers who had fled to the Wes some months ago. The women and two young boy t burrowed to freedom Monda; night in a tunnel dug under th Communist wall from West to East by the boys' father and hi two brothers The brothers worked secriiiy on the tunnel foi six weeks. Long after midnight sentires a doubled strength patrolled the wall dividing Berlin, and playec blinding lights over houses in the Western sector in search of sign, of new tunneling. The escaping family survivet at least 40 shots fired by Com munist guards. Five other Eas Germans were captured before they could reach the tunnel. Some of the bullets'hit a guarc who was about to shoot one o the .brothers, identified only a Rudi, 25.- He had gone through the tunnel to the East to help the women and children. , . ^ COMMITTEE TO MEET A meeting of the Home Demon' stration Food Stand Committee will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday June 20 at the Myers Lane meet- i ing room. Final details will be arranged for the annual Cass county 4-H fair. SEE THESE OUTSTANDING TELEVISION PROGRAMS ON MENTAL HEALTH THIS WEEK WEDNESDAY, June 20^-"The First; Day" WISH-TV, channel 8,10 to 11 p.m. Tke story of a teacher hospitalized for mental illness . . . after recovery she finds she's considered "different" she attempts to make a new life in the face of these prejudices. ' Margart Lcighton stars. , FRIDAY, June 22—"Breakthrough" WFBM-TV, channel 6, 0:30-10:30 p.m. A factual, on-the-scene report on new horizons in research and treatment featuring Drs. J. S. Gottlieb and C. E. Fro- ham of Detroit's Lafayette clinic; Drs. Marion DelWyer and C. B. Fcrsler of Jnd. Univ. Medical School; and F. S. Cornelison of Univ. of Okla. Medical Center. Sec these programs. Wednesday, 10 to 11 p.m. WISH-TV, Channel 8 Friday, 9:30-10:30 WFBM-TV, Channel 6 Co-Sponsored by CASS COUNTY ASSOCIATION FOR MENTAL HEALTH City Police Arrest Three A Michigan woman and two teenage companions were arrested by city police at 5:30- a.m. Tuesday at the corner of'U. S. 24 and Linden Avenue. Marjorie McGruder, 31, of Muskegon, Mich., was arrested- for permitting an unlicensed driver to operate an automobile. Gloria Jean Dovey, 16, was arrested for curfew violation, and Linda K. Van Dyke, 17,. for driving without, a license and improper registration. Both girls also'are from Muskegon." . The three are being held in jail pending their trial Wednesday. Connie Goodwin, Peru, Charles M. Leydet, 1415 Wright .St., and Warren Martin, 1329)4 Smead St., all were arrested for speeding. James Maroney, 2701 George St., was released on bond after being charged with assautl and battery Sunday. HEAT STROKE VICTIM EVANSVILLE, Ind. (UPI)-An autopsy was scheduled today to determine the exact cause of the death of a construction worker who died after a fall from the roof of a 'school. Authorities said it. was possible that Calvin Roberts, about M, Columbia, Teiin., died of heat stroke before the fall. Smooth Over Difficulties In Laos Rule VIENTIANE, Laos (UPI)'- Neutraiist Prince Souvanna Phou- m'a and right-wing strongman Gen. Pboumi Nosavan were reported today to have smoothed over difficulties blocking installation of a coalition government. Souvanna, designated to become premier of the coalition, met first with King Savang Vathana and then Phoumi. Informed sources said he sent word to the rebel-held Plain of Jars for his half-brother, Pathet Lao Red Prince Souphanouvong, to come to Vientiane, Souphanouvong was reported holding back because of the action of the Laotian National Assembly last week in expressing approval of the coalition. The rebels do not recognize the present pro - Western government of Laos and apparently felt the assembly action implied that the' coalition 'government would be subject to it. Just what compromise was worked out and whether it would 'be satisfactory was not disclosed. Souvanna himself had no comment. 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