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Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 20, 1962
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Twenty Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Farm Bureau Items CLAY Members of the Clay township Farm Bureau will hold a ham supper at the Adamsboro school on Wednesday, June 20 at 6:30 p.m. Those attending are to bring a covered dish and table service. Fathers will be honored at the 'meeting. HARRISON Frank Myers, president, had charge of the recent meeting of the Harrison township Farm Bureau. Rev. Gillen, of the Indian Creek church, offered devotions. Paul H. Halpin spoke on "So- .cial Security" and the Pet and Hobby Club entertained with recitations in keeping with Father's Day. , Donald Morphet and Rev. Gillen received gifts. the Father's Day Winners in the talent show were Carol Baker,. Colleen Baker and the 4-H Group. Those to serve on the committee for the ice cream supper in July are Mr. and .Mrs. Floyd Foutz, Max Brandt, C. B. Winn, J. T. Powlen, Ernest Brandt, James Rusk, J. C. Webber and Victor Sell. TEPTON Tipton township Farm Bureau will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Otterbein church. The program will include a play by the women entitled "After the Church Supper." Fathers will be honored. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Winings are in charge of the refreshment committee. Pet and Hobby members will meet .with their leaders, Joan Ingle and Linda Garber. They will have a hobby show. . WASHINGTON Martha Jay and Mark McNulty will represent the Washington township Farm Bureau in the county Bureau talent contest June 23. This decision was made after a talent contest at the June meeting of the Washington Bureau. Kenneth Miller opened the meeting and Isabelle Roberson led group singing with Martha Jay playing piano accompaniment. Mary Beth Stephenson led the flag pledge. D. D. Hanifer, chemical specialist from Purdue, spoke on weeds and insect controls. John Benson, president of the Cass county Rural Youth, emphasized the importance of seat belts for safety. This is a Rural Youth project. Refreshments were served to 35 persons. Announcement was made that the annual ice cream social and a flower show and contest for members will highlights the meet- Shell Won't Campaign For Nixon LOS AWGELES (UPI)-Assemblyman Joseph C. Shell Tuesday endorsed Richard M. Nixon as the Republican gubernatorial candidate but said he would not cam-' paign for his former' primary .opponent. Shell, 1 in a news conference after a hastily called secret meeting with the former vice president, said he would let his backers "make up their own minds" on how to vote in the election.pitting Nixon against incumbent Democratic Gov. Edmund; G. Brown. "I'm not asking them to support Nixon," said Shell. "I am also not asking them .to campaign for -him. They ..will have to make up their minds the same as they did about me." Nixon responded to Shell's decision to support "the entire Republican ticket" by saying: "Mr. Shell's unqualified endorsement of my candidacy 'after our hard-tfought- primary is in the responsible tradition of the American political system. We have some basic differences which our discussion did not resolve." Brown, seeking a second term, commented, "I don't know how steep a price Nixon had to pay for Shell's endorsement, but if he thinks it bought him the 35 per cent of the GOP vote Shell got in the primary, Nixon is in for a shock in November. Shell can't deliver it...." Approves Hiring 10 More Guards At Boys School INDIANA'PODIS ('UPI)-Governor Welsh authorized the Indiana Department of Correction Tuesday to hire 10 additional guards for the Indiana Boys School which has been hit by a recent rash of escapes. Commissioner Arthur Campbell also announced that starting pay for workers at the Plainfietd institution will be increased to $245 per month for the day shift and to $225 per month for the night shift. The present starting psi' is $235 for the day shift and $185 for the night crew. ing July 10th. Pet and Hobby members met with their leader, Lucille Stephenson. Harry Miller presided. After devotions and pledge to the flag, the handicraft project was making pencil holders from juice cans and covering them with construction paper. Games were played. VIEW ACROSS BORDER—A West German border guard and a group of spectators stiire at a Communist watch tower on a bridge leading into the East German village of Vnclia in Bad Hcrsfcld, West Germany. In the American sector of Berlin late Monday, western police heard about 100 machine pistol shots presumably fired at refugees while along the border. Communist guards searched for more tunnels with giant flashlights. (UPI) lionalisl tickets elections. John Flech, BOYS STATE VOTING ON OFFICIALS BLOOM1NGTON, Ind. (UPD- Youths at' Hoosier Boys' State here will vote today for their candidates on the Federalist and, Nain mock state Columbia City, heads the Federalist ticket for the gubernatorial post. The Nationalist Party nominated Michael Valentine, Warsaw, Tuesday, for governor. Both boys are high school seniors and "A" students. The rest of the Nationalist slate includes Joe Blake, East Chicago, lieutenant 'governor; Steve Golliher, Muncie, secretary of state; Burl Davis, Anderson, treasurer; William R. Price, Jeffersonville, auditor; Steve Hopper,'Indianapolis, superintendent of public instruction; William Styring, Indianapolis, attorney general; Phil Trueblood, Indianapolis, clerk of Supreme and Appellate Courts; and James Dayton, Washington, reporter of Supreme and Appellate Courts. On the Federalist ticket are Pat Badell, Rushville, lieutenant governor; Walter Anderson, Gary, secretary of state; David Nash, U.S. Pilot Dies In Collision of Srarfighrer Jets BONN (UPD— A'U.S. pilot and three Geriman'military fliers were killed late Tuesday when the four American-designed but German- built Super Starfighter' jets they were flying' in, close formation collided and fell to.the earth near Cologne. The American was identified as Capt. John G. Speer, 29, whose mother, Mrs. Sally M. Bowers, lives at Glendale, Calif. He also is survived by his widow, Joann, and three children. Speer, an instructor with the German air force for about two years, was honored by the Luft- waffe about two months ago for safely landing a Super Starfighter trainer aider its radar and other flight control equipment had been put out of action by lightning 1 . Gary, treasurer; Harold Vogelberg, Indianapolis, auditor; Peter Hayes, South Bend, attorney general; Donald Wood, Carmel, clerk of Supreme and Appellate Courts; and Paul Jarrett, Anderson, reporter of Supreme and Appellate Courts. Bible School Prog ram Held At Kewqnna KEWANNA—The final'.program for those attending the"'Vacation Bible School at the Church of Christ was conducted recently. A picnic dinner for the teachers, and children was held, in, city park. A program Sunday evening was presented; by .the children. A film of an Indian Mission School in Arizona was sh'own to'the group. Mrs. Robert • Heiden served as director of the. school.. • Son Graduates Frank Van Duyne, son of Mr. and Mrs, Donald Van Duyne, was graduated from the Commercial College at Fort Wayne. Mr. and Mrs. Van Duyne, the Bill Fisher family .and' the Harvey Turner family 'attended, the commence ment. • . Reports For Duly Richard D. Kumler, USN, a recent graduate of the U. S. Naval Submarine School at New London, Conn., and son of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Kumler, reported for duty aboard the USS Odax based at Charleston, S. C. ' Personals The Women's Missionary Society of'the Zion Gospel Chapel met recently in the home of Mrs Romaine Wentzel. The James Overmyer family cf New Castle, visited Mr. and Mrs. Charley Overmyer over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Adams were informed that a daughter was born June ill to Rev. and Mrs. James O. Yerkes in South Yarmouth, Mass. Rev. Yerket was a former resident of Kewan na. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sisinger and family, the Dave Smith fam ily, Mr. and Mrs. John Sisinger Mrs. Dean McCroskey and chil dren, Mrs. Chester Whybrew, Mr and Mrs. Merley Dawson, the Bil Billon family, the Richard Daw son family were entertained at a cook-out Sunday at the home o Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Dawson a Richland Center. Mrs, Lelia Tomlinson, Mrs Herman McColley, Mr ; s. Arthu Anderson and Mrs. Dean Kumle attended a family dinner in Cu] ver honoring Mr. and Mrs. Hu bert Tanner on their 50th weddin anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hamman were in Indianapolis visiting he father, Harry Harris, a patient ii Methodist hospital. Shaky Truce In Algeria ALGIERS (UPI) — A shaky truce between Algerian Nationalists and segments of tlie Secret Army Organization (OAS) was threatened with collapse today over demands that Europeans be appointed to Nationalist security forces immediately. Signs of disagreements in both amps over terms for European ooperation with a future Mos- em-dominated Algeria added to le confusion. There were growing fears that Igeria -would be plunged into a ew wave of violence and bloodied before the independence ref- rendum 11 days from now. Jean-Jacques S u s i n i, chief pokesman for the OAS in the Aliers area, demanded in a clan- estine broadcast Tuesday night lat Europeans be recruited in new security force within 48 ours. Susini said that- unless this was one the exodus of Europeans rom Algeria "would become in- xorable" and force the OAS "to urn strategic regions into forts." Susini and Dr. Chawlri Moste- ai, a member of the Algerian 'rovisional Executive, announced larlier this week that OAS terror- sts would be granted amnesty nd Europeans would be given a jolice role in Algeria's future. No ime limit was mentioned then, 'he OAS agreed to stop its ter- 'or attacks. OAS leaders in Oran and Bone, European strongholds to the,east and west, of Algiers, repudiated he agreement, saying it was worthless. An OAS broadcast from Oran Tuesday night renewed the pledge :o continue the fight for a French Algeria and urged Europeans to isten this afternoon for "an important announcement." Hot Weather Best Buys at YOUNG'S on FRIGID AIRES! KING-SIZE ! Budget-Priced! Mode! D-14-62 > Roomy 13.75 cu, ft. Frigid- aire Refrigerator—72 Ib, Freezer Chest! > Twin Porcelain Enamel Hydrators, > Sliding Chill Drawer holds almost 17 pounds fresh meats. • 4 full-width door shelves. Famed Frlgidalre Dejwndablllty! OiNIUY $ 256 95 with trade $2.78 A Week BIG PRICE REDUCTION ON THIS Frost-Proof Refrigerator! • Never needs defrosting! Exclusive Frost-Proof system stops freezer frost! • 100 pound zero zona Freezer with separate door. • Spacious storage door holds 21 eggs; Vz gallon milk bottles. Butter com- >. partment with serving dish. • Twin Glide-out fruit and) vegetable Hydrators. Famed Frigidaire Dependability Modal FPD-14T-62 13.81 du. ft. rat capacity . Origiinolly (Priced $469:95 NOW ONLY 16' A Month for 24 Months. With Trade-in Nothing else to pay. Popular Size- Budget Price! Marie White Fire Ins. Ph. 2491 PfWtSTEWNG 1018 NORTH STREET PHONE 4789 FOR OVER 25 YEARS! "ROSS REfD Roofs'em Right" Ph. 3388 Estimates Fre* Viusic Workshop To Be Monday at State Hospital A music workshop for Logans- 5ort slate hospital volunteers will )e held Monday al: Longcliff fol- owing a covered dish dinner for 'olunteers and .their guests. The dinner at 11 a.nii will be n the recreation room in the jasement of ward 14. All volun- eers are asked to bring a covered dish, table service, and a guest o the dinner, according to Mrs. -.awrence Jones. Melvin George, director of music at Longcliff, will be in charge of the workshop from 1 to 4 p.m. Wednesday Evening, June 20, 1902. The becking Glitter On Gold Coast WASHINGTON (UPI) Senate rackets subcommittee planned to delve today behind the "litter on Florida's fabulous Gold Coast. Sen. John L. McClellan, D-Ark., and his team of investigators said (hey would look into prostitution, B-girls arid other activities in Miami -and Tampa. The subcommittee wound, up its investigation of th« gaudy stretch of strip joints in the notorious "block" section of Baltimore Tuesday. nspection of .ocaI Airport The Federal Aeronautics Administration has conducted its cmi-annual inspection of Ihe Lo- ansport municipal airport, ac- ording to Robert Williamson, lanagcr. On Sunday, Williamson report- J, 18 fathers were taken for des at the airport as a part ot le Father's Day program. Next unday the Logansporl. Flying ervice will offer rides to the ublic at "a. penny a pound." Fred Woo',, commander of the ivilian Air !?at.rol has announced asses for nir cadets. An orien- ation session for boys 14 through 1 years oil and their parents 'ill be held Thursday evening in ,oorn 206 it the city building. ORIGIN CHICAGO (UPI) - The Baseball Writers' Association of America was formed in 1909 after writers covering the 1!K)8 world series complained of various abuses of press !:r". privileges. Thank You I :wish to thank all those who .isiled me, sent flowers and cards and in many ways shared their dndncss while I was a patient at Memorial hospital and since reaming home. —Harry H. Nelson STOCKS BONDS MUTUAL FUNDS Buy or SoH Orders Executed In All Markets E. Y. Denham Co. STOCKBROKERS 314 E. Broadway Phone 3000 STMTCH YQIffiBUDGiT DOUAR WITH HOME KILLED Thursday-Friday-Scrturday Specials QUANTITIES LIMITED GROUND BEEF I00% BEE , 3 „.$! RIB STEAK F | Ne FOR BROILING «. 03C ROUND STEAK u .75c CENTER SLICED HAM W 79c HAM ENDS FINE FOR MANS ,...us.35c HEADCHEESE HOMS MADE u .35c WHOLESALE RCTAll Open Man. thru Sat. 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Custom Butchering and Curing-Small Shop-Big Values SIDNEY PIKE MARKET I. Main Free Parking Phone 2316 Myers Greenhouse. Diiil 3996 Card Of Thanks No words can express our sin- ere thanks to all our friends and eighbors, Ecv. Elam and Fisher uneral home for their acts of indness arc] words of sympathy uring the sudden death of our usband, falher and grandfather. —The Harry Ness family. Card Of Thanks We wish to thank our friends nd relatives, also Rev. R. C. Nichols, Mr.'i. Fisher and the sing- rs for kindnesses extended during he recent illness and death of our mother and grandmother, Mrs. ilargaret Townsend. —Bcrnice Osborn, Shelby Townsend anil grandchildren. Corel Of Thanks My sincere! thanks to friends and neighbors, !Rev. Genii, Kroeger uneral home, Dr. Newcomb, St. ames ladies who served us and jallbearers 'or their kindness and ympathy d'iring the illness and leath of my wife, Martha Strauch. —Mr, Adolph Strauch. TASTY SNACKS At Our Soda Fountain • Taste-Tempting Food For Every Mocd ... Seo all thd good' things w* hava to *at. Com« In for lunch, mid- afternoon tnatki or a late-date bito. Try one of our b!g, succulent sandwiches especially good with a co a drink. Com* in and treat yotjr taste. 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TIN WE STOCK ROYAL BAKING POWDER IDE COLO WATERMELONS CANTALOUPES-HOME GROWN TOMATOES RAY'S BUTTERMILK MANOR HOUSE COFFEE .NSTANT .5 OZ. JA:R 49C SHOP AND COMPARE THESE KELLOGGS' RICEKRISPIES 13B °ox35c CKARMtN TOILET TISSUE 4 R o,34c IGA CRACKERS .. LB BOX 23c JACK FROST Powder or Brown Sugar CRT. 16c GOLD MEDAIL-JPMJLSBURY FLOUR SBAG 51c 10 S G 99c EVERY DAY PRICES VET'S DOG FOOD OLBARPIELO CHEESE Food WELCH'* FIESTA PUNCH WAYNE'S PEANUT CRISPIES ICECREAM 3 CANS 25C 2 iox 59c 32 OZ. CAN 29C FULl LB. 49C FULL GALLON 99c BLUE WATER FISH STICKS READY TO COOK 36 OZ. PKG.' 99c SECKSLBR'S FRESH CUCUMBER PICKLES 22 OZ. $ JAR 1.00 SUNSHINE Vanilla Wafers BOX 29c 49c FREE PARKING We reserve the right to limit quantities STORE HOURS Daily 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Fridays 8 a. m. to 9:30 p. m. BEER AND WINE TO CARRY OUT 201 BURiLtNGTON lLOGiANSPORT TMI

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