Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 21, 1962 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, June 21, 1962
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Thursday Evening June 21, 1962. Will War Memorial Alter Rules? INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - The Indiana War Memorial Commission apparently has a choice of revising its rules to permit use of the World War Memorial auditorium by the Indiana Civil Liberties Union or not revising them at all. The commission Wednesday, in effect, defied again a demand by Governor Welsh .that it. change the rules to allow the JCLU to meet flt the auditorium. It turned the entire matter of revision of the rules over to a three-man committee which may report at the next meeting, tentatively set for July 18. The committee was handed set of "suggested rules" which the ICLU claimed would be more restrictive than the present rules. The commission has barred the IOLU from the auditorium for several years. Welsh told newsmen Wednesday night that lie feels certain that the commission eventually will adopt rules which would allow the UCLU to use the auditorium. He also noted that he has veto power over any new rules adopted by the commission and he hinted that he would veto any which did not follow his suggestion. "I can tell you for a certainty that this commission will adopt rules I will approve," he said, Welsh has maintained all 'along that the present rules allow the ICLU to meet in the auditorium but has agreed to go along with the commission's stand that a rule revision is needed first. The commission, however, has declined at its last two meetings to revise the rules. The change is opposed by the American Legion and other veter ans' groups. The suggested rules turned over to the study committee include a loyalty oath somewhat different from that which the Indiana National Guard requires from groups seeking to meet in armories around the state. Welsh said earlier he favored the National Guard oath which requires that an organization not be listed as subversive, by Ihe U.S. Deoartment of Justice. Aged Care Report Is Issued WASHINGTON (UPI)-A Sen ale committee report says that many elderly persons have been required to sign over claims on their homes and other assets to get benefits under the present federal-state program of health care for the aged. The 86-page report issued Tuesday night by the Senate Special Committee on aging said 1 the Kerr-Mills program, after 18 months of operation, "has fallen considerably short of (its) goal." It said many states required humiliating "means" tests for applicants, that only 88,264 older citizens brad received benefits, and that 90 per cent of all federal funds were going to only four states —New York, California, Massachusetts and Michigan. The report said only 20 other states and three territories have Kerr-Mills programs in operation and that many of th«m imposed such restrictions that millions of needy persons over 65 were unable to gain approval for assistance. Because of its welfare-type approach, the Senate panel said the existing program simply is not a "significant weapon in meeting medical requirements of America's elderly." The report was in sharp disagreement with arguments advanced by the American Medical Association, which contends the Kerr-Mills program is the best answer to caring for the aged. RADIUM NEEDLES LOST CATANZAiRO, Italy (UPI) — Technicians with geiger counters searched through refuse in the city dump today looking for two costly and dangerous radium needles. Authorities said the needles were thrown away absent-mindedly by a hospital nurse Wednesday. STATE OF INDIANA ) ' )SS: COUNTY OP CASS ) .NOT.tCB TO AL.L PERSONS TN- TKREST.KD IN THE ESTATE OF'WJlitilAM B. BOBISON. DECK A.SED. In the Circuit Court of Cass County, APKILi Term, 1062. Cause. Number P 61-11. l.n the matter of the Estate of WIIjUAM R. ROBISON, deceased. Notice Is hereby g-lven that .TAYNE ROB [SON U BXSJCU- T.RIX of the above named estate, has presented and filed her account in final settlement of said estate, and that the same -will c.ome up for the examination and action of- said Circuit Court, on the 13bh day ol July, 1962, at which time all persons interested in sy.id estate are required to appear in said colir-t and show cause, If any there he, why sai Recount should not be approve . And the heirs of said decedent and all others Interested are also required to appear and make proof of their helrshlp or claim »o any part of said estate. CLARENCE R. SETTLEM.TM! Cleric of the Circuit Court for Caso County. Indiana CHARGES K. MIC.HAEL, Attorney i Longcliff Employes Picnic to Be July 8 The 20th annual picnic of past :md present employees of the Lo- ;ansport state hospital will be ield> Sunday, July 8, at the Fair- yiew Park pavilion. A carry-in dinner will be served ".t 12:30 p.m. Employes are asked .o faring their families and table service. Coffee and cold drinks will be provided. John Thomas, Bert Fullz, and Mrs. Anthony Poduch are in charge of arrangements. Wage Increases INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)—Indiana Bell Commercial Employe's Association members will get wage increases of 51 to $5'per week beginning July 10. The association and Indiana Bell Telephone Co. reached the agreement Wednesday under, terms ot an annual wage reopener clause in the current three-year contract. About 775 workers in the firm's commercial and marketing departments are represented by the association. NIKITA BOASTS TO ROMANIANS HU'NDEOARA, Romania (UPI) —Soviet Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev told thousands of Romanian workers, today that within 1C years the Soviet Union will surpass the United'States in total- industrial production. - But he said the Soviets must work hard to do it. Khrushchev said in the next 20 years the' Soviet Union will produce 250 million tons of steel and thereby overtake the United States steel production. The Soviet premier arrived earlier today on his whistle-stop trip through Romania. He came' from Onesti in the Moldavia region, t Hunedoara has the biggest steel plant in Romania. The Soviet leader said there still are "naive people" who believe that in,the Soviet Union difficulties arose only in 'the beginning of constructing socialism. "We have still difficulties before us. The realization of big plans require hard work," he said,'. Khrushchev described the situ- SUGAR ACT EXTENSION WASHINGTON - The Kennedy administration; and some members of the Senate Finance Committee are expected to wage a determined fight to modify the sugar act extension bill passed by the House Wednesday. They oppose permanently earmarking for other nations parts of the former Cuban sugar quota. ation in the. Soviet Union as very good. The Soviet people are working to cpmplete the tasks set by the 22nd party congress, he said. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune 51v» Five Newspapers Presented Awards HERSHEY, Pa. (UPI) — Five newspapers today were named winners of the- general excellence awards in the 1962 "Better Newspaper" contest sponsored by (he National Editorial Association. They were the San Jose (Calif.) Mercury; the Clinton (N.Y.) Courier; the New Canaan (Conn.) Advertiser; the Scarsdalo (N.Y.) Inquirer, and the Milford (Conn.) Citizen. . They were among 96 winners in 32 caregorks which drew 2,580 entries. The NEA membership includes mainly weekly and non- metropolitan newspapers. The annual awards banquet will be held tonight in conjunction with the NEA's 77th annual convention. HEADS FIREFIGHTERS FORT WAYNE, Ind. (UPD- Den Michaw, Hammond, was reelected Wednesday as president of the Indiana Stale Association of Firefighters which wound up a two-day convention here. •II Cool... Cool... 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