Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 20, 1962 · Page 2
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 2

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 20, 1962
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Two Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Not So Affectionately V/YDV /TTTVTV •». - , . , . , NEW YORK (UPI) - A mu- tuel ticket seller made an -honest mistake. He punched the wrong button, and it is costing him $6,000. It happened Monday at 'Bel- rnont Park. A patron wanted to plunge on Mrs. Ethel D, Jacobs" two-year-old Affectionately. The clerk punched out 120 tickets, at $50 each, , before realizing he was issuing tickets for the wrong horse. He corrected the mistake, and punched out another $6,000 worth. But it left him holding an involuntary bet of his own. .. for $6,000. He has to. make good out Nikita Doubts War Over Berlin BUCHAREST, Romania (UPI)-' Soviet Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev said today the Soviet Union sees no reason to go to war over Berlin. He declared'Russia has set no deadline for signing a separate peace treaty with Communist East Germany.' In a speech recalling his famed "we will bury you" remark of the 1950s, the touring Soviet leader also predicted that, in the long run; the red flag would fly over the United States 'and said "the American people will hoist it themselves." "However," Khrushchev added, "we do not want war with the United States and to drop our bqmbs over America." Read the Want Ads! of his salary, approximately $200 a week. Lou Walger, mutuels manager at all New York Racing Association tracks,. refused : to identify the clerk. ' .' ' . • "The man made an error and He's stuck," Walger said. "That's how it is and all the clerks understand it. If the patron, is wrong, he is the one to suffer, but the seller readily admits this was his own mistake." . • Affectionately won the race, her sixth -straight and paid $2.30. If the clerk had picked a winner on His mistaken wager, he would have taken home $28,800. COOLEY RITES SET PERU—Final rites for Robert F, Cooley, 48, of $8 West Seventh St., .will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Drake-Flowers funeral home. The Rev. A, W, Miley will conduct. services,, and burial 1 will be in Greenlawn . cemetery. Friends may call after 10 a.m. Thursday at the funeral home. MUTES DROP DISPUTE LOS ANGELES (UPI)—An elderly deaf-mute couple Tuesday dropped a dispute over a property settlement agreed upon in their February divorce action and decided to give their marriage another try. . Bernard Siegel, 80, and. his ex- wife, .Olive, 6!i, testified in sign language (before Judge Roger Alton Pfaff that they were going to try a reconciliation.. The couple married in-1952. Man Drowns In Stone Pit NearMonon MONON—Two youths, instead- of walking around an abandoned stone pit Tuesday near here, attempted to swim across. One of them, Charles J. Ryan, 21, of Richmond, drowned in his attempt. According to Deputy Coroner Marvin E. Stewart Ryan and Tom Kidwell, 15, of Earl Park, had originally attempted to pull a raft across the 150-yard-wide stone pit, but were unable to make it. They decided to swim across. Kidwell was able to make the other side. Ryan was approximately 30 yards from shore when Kidwell climbed ashore. He turned to hear Ryan yell his name, "Tom" before he went under. Kidwell ran to the office of the Stone Crusher Company located across the highway and called the Stewart funeral home in Monon. By the time help arrived the boy was dead. Clevis Blissitt of the Monon fire department and Elmer D. Lashbrook, Jr. of the funeral home brought the body out of the pit about forty minutes after the drowning. Investigating the accident were the deputy coroner, State Trooper Earl Keller, Sheriff Charles Miller and Deputy Sheriff LeBoy Farney. The body was taken to the Stewart funeral home in Morion. Rites are pending. No Deadline In Berlin, Nikita Tells Workers BUCHAREST, : Romania ": (UPI) —Soviet Premier Nikita S. .Khrushchev said ^Tuesday he has set, no deadline, for'an 1 East German peace treaty 'arid does not want to "drop our bombs over America" because of the. Berlin issue. Khrushchev, radibing confidence in a .speech to Romanian railway 'shop workers, predicted the Communist red flag will fly over the United States some day and said "the : American people will hoist it themsleves." In his first major speech since he began his eight-day visit here Monday, he accused the United States of threatening war over Berlin.': "However, we do not want war with' the United States and to- NOTICE OF /VDMINISTHATION STATE .OF-INDIANA ) ' )SS: COUNTY OF C.ASS ) IN THE CASS CIRCUIT COUHT APRIL TERM, 1962. ' IN THE MATTER' 01? THE ESTATE OF ALICE, RUSH, DECEASED No. P 62—04 ,. -.-v .. Notice is ;horoby fi'lveh that Helen Fellers was, on the ,3.2th day of Juno, 1962, appointed Executrix ol tha ; Estate of Alice Rush, deceased. •. All pel-sons' havlnff claims against. said estate, whether or; not now due, must fllB the same In said court within six . (8) months from the date of tlin first publication of this- notice or Bald claims will be forever barred. Dated at Losransport, Indiana, this 12th day of .Tuna, 10I>2, Clarence R. Settlemyi'e , .Clerk ot the, Circuit Court for Caffs County, Indiana HAROLD J, TUBBRTT 206 Fourth Street, Loprannport, Indiana. Attorney for Estate drop our bombs over America," he said. "We sec no reason for going to war. Those-. who talk about war should better realize •that, pushing the button would, in the end turn "out against them." Khrushchev, who first lifted his deadline for an East. German peace treaty eight months' ago, repeated Tuesday that there is no time limit for concluding the pact. The West fears an East German treaty would threaten the Allied position in West Berlin by turning over the city's access routes to theast . German communist regime. He said if the Soviet Union.and the West cannot reach agreement on Germany, Russia will sign a, separate treaty with East Germany. "We are not setting any deadlines for signing the'.'treaty with 1 the German Democratic Republic," he said. "If the time is right, however, we shall solve the problem. Quick Relief from Pile Irritation 40 years ago a Buffalo druggist created an ointment to relieve itching and smarting of piles. It brought such quick, cooling, soothing, astringent relief that its fame spread across the land making Peterson's Ointment a favorite in thousands of homes. Ask your druggist today for 60c box or 85c applicator tube. Peterson's Ointment delights or money back. All purchases during this event are eligible including Charge Account, Time Payment Account and Cash ...of course. Sale Offered in Local Sears Store Friday qnd Saturday Only This offer applies only to merchandise (exc e p t catalog items) purchased at Sears on June 22 and 23. FREE BONUS COUPONS Come, S-T-R-E-T-C-H Your M-O-N-E-Y FRIDAY and SATURDAY at SEARS It's bur SUMMER SAVINGS BONUS SALE ... Friday and Saturday, June 22and 23. Come, shop at Sears oneither day.... keepyoursales slips from all departments for when they total $50, you'll receive FREE COUPONS good for an extra $5 in purchases in any department of any Sears store... any time you wish to use them. If you spend $100 you'll get FREE COUPONS worth $10... arid so on, of course. Your FREE COUPONS always come to you in multiples of $5 and there's NO LIMIT! Here'syour once in a lifetime chance to get Sears low, low summer prices plus EXTRA FREE BONLJS COUPONS! Get the extra things you want without spending extra money. Friday and Saturday only, so hurry in! Shop at Sears and Save ^Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back" SITORi HOURS 500 E. iBroodwoy ^on., Tue*., Wed., Thurt. Phone 4103 9 a.m. »o 5 p.m. Fri. 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Sot., 9 am.-5 p.m. Wednesday Evening, June 20,1962. VACATION VALUES AT LOW PRICES YOU'LL APPLAUD No money down... Us* any af Grants eofl*> vtni*nt crodlt plant. Imagine! Children's 2'piece sets priced under $!.,.• COTTON BOXERS and KNIT SHIRTS Fancy patterns in crew neck shirts for boys, V-, neck for girls; solid color boat-neck styles for either. Each with full-cut shorts. Dark or new bright colors. 3 to 6X. Wash 're wear cotton poplin for girls 1-PIECE PLAYSUITS Colorful prints on white ground in a hot-weather fabricthatfeels cool. Airy tie shoulders; elasticized waist, leg openings. 7-14.' Champion values, champion styles GIRLS 1 KNIT SWIM SUITS S-t-r-e-t-c-h nylon tank suits, knit to fit like a second skin. Unhand pering to speediest swimmers. Prints, solid colors. 8-14. 2 Comparable to 7.99 sellers elsewhere MISSES 1 KNIT SWIM SUITS Figure-shaping stretch nylon fits and streamlines every curve. Maillot or sheath style, built-in braa. Sizes 32 to 38. 5 SUMMER SPECIALS AH Purpose Casual THONG SANDALS Women's wnd Childreni ,Men'« 39c 49c PR. Bouncy Rubber •Easy On • Easy Off • Comfortable • Cool • Washable • Colorful • Lightweight • Durable COUPON SALT WATER TAB FY lAiULimiAVORS Coupon Good REG. Juno 21-22-23 35c Ib Limit 2 iLbs. Per Coupon ' CHWRiBN'S TENNIS SHOES 1 24 mit Sponge Cushioned Insole and Arch Crepe Type Soles • Wear Tested Colors • Red • Blue • White • Slack 1 COUPON SKOTCH-IO; Keeps Food and Drinks 'Cold • No messy (Melting. Reg. 49c R&freeie and Reuse Limit 3 Ctns. Coupon Good Juno 21-22-23 JUNE TOWEL SALE Everyday value-price flashed even lower on Grants exclusive 'CHARM* OR 'GLORY* 22x44" PRINT BATH TOWELS Kg, thirsty-looped, and ao decorative .'•-. . Our wash- fast print* on white cotton terry towels by Cannon. HandTowal*_59< Wash CloHts_29* If Perfect WouW &s 1.99 No. 1 Secoinds BEACH TOWELS $1^47 100% iQoitton (Terry 'Novelty Prints or Stripsii Cannon BEACH TOWELS >49 ! • 24" x 60" All Cotton • first Quality Towelt Famous Dundee Brand KITCHEN TERRY TOWELS 87* Dogwood Pri ited BATH TOWELS G3 0 31PQR Soft • Absorbent • All Cotton • Value Priced • 100% Absorbent Cotton • Screen Printed • Favorite Colors • Size 22" x 42" GET AN EXTRA BONUS: «ftf GRIIN STAMPS W.T.GRANT CO. BASTGATO PLAZA

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