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Sixteen Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune' KILL FARM BILL—Shown here congratulating each other on the vole against President Kennedy's farm bill in the house are, left to right, Cong. Charles Hnlleck of Indiana, Rep. Robert Dole :(R-Minn.), and Rep. Charles Hoevcn (R- lowa). (UPI Unitax.) NAME WINNERS IN CARROLL 4-H CONTESTS DELPHI—Twelve junior and twelve senior 4-H demonstrators participated in the County Demonstration contest on Friday, June 15, at the REMC in Delphi. Mrs. Elizabeth Smart, Newton County Home Demonstration Agent, judged the contest with Mrs. Joanne Plunket, Jasper County Home Demonstration Agent, ,-issisting, .-The winning demonstration in the junior contest was entitled "Bunanzas" and was presented by Patty Yerkes, Washington township club. Joanna Billiard, Burlington township placed second with a demonstration entitled "How Do We Eat." The first alternate was a team demonstration called "Plunge Into Summer" by Debbie Mann and Toni Short, of Monroe and Carrollton townships respectively. "Fragile, Handle With Care" ranked fourth place and was presented by Patty Long, of Madison township. Other juniors participating in the contest and their respective demonstrations are as follows: Gaye Groninger, Rock Creek, "Lemon Delight"; Beverly Mullin, Liberty, "Cinnamon Roll Treats"; Judy Berkshire, Jackson, "Hob Nobbing With Hobbies"; Carolyn Sagers and Pam Anderson, Tippecanoe, "Ball Point Tube Painting"; Diane Herdon and Cindy Segraves, Monroe "Magic Milk Fairies"; Cynthia Miller, Adams, "Our Favorite Meat Loaf"; Karen Miller, Clay "Apple Fantasy"; and Pamella Hutson, Democrat, "Guee Cake and Guest Cake." Senior Demonstration Contest ants demonstrated in the after noon, with Wanda Washington Democrat, named winner of th< the day with her demonstratior entitled "What's Your Line?" Shi will represent Carroll County a the District Clothing Contest o July 19. Also receiving A's and to represent Carroll County at the District contest are the following iris: Barbara Adams, Liberty, vith "Current Clean-Up" in the Electric contest. Debbie Sisson nd Diane Duff, Monroe township, r ith their team demonstration en- tied "Best Dressed Potatoes /ear. Their Jackets to Dinner" in the Fruits and Vegetable cate- ory. Pam Thomson, Monroe, will nter the Craft competition with Magic Mud". Karen Gangloff, Washington, with "A Smooth Take Off" in the General classification. Joquietta Campbell, Adams, will represent Carroll County in the Dairy con- est with her "Custards Firm land" and Marsha Jones, Clay :ownship, with "An Eggs Hibi- ion" in the Poultry and Egg con- est; Marsha was also judged econd place winner of the day. Others receiving A's with respec- ive demonstrations are as folows: Donna Minneman, Deer >eek township, "Tidy Travels"; Leveda Smith, Deer Creek, "Be Physically Fit". B platings went o the following girls: Rebecca Price, Rock Creek, "Six Cup Salad"; ' Betty DuVall, Jefferson, 'Mister Cabbage Head"; and Joy Pownsend, Adams, "Magic?" 17,500,000 people in the United States have some form of menta' illness needing psychiatric treatment. Tipton Lodge, No. 33, F. and A. M. Called meeting at 7:15 tonight, Friday, June 22, to attend Memorial Services for our late brother, Herbert H. Canfield. Services at 8:00 p.m. at Me- Closkcy-Hamilton-Kahle funeral home. —Harold G. Watson, W. M. FOR OVER 25 YEARS! ''ROSS REID Roofs'em Right" Ph. 3388 Estimates Fre« V.F.W IDANCE SAT., JUNE 23 9:30'til 12:30 Music by FRANK PARENTE Family Play Nite Thursday Free! Vi gal. 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The Congress is organized by he .World Peace Council, gener- lly considered a Communist rent .organization. The advance build-up suggests he Kremlin intends to use the athering as a platform for a mighty propaganda campaign .in support of Soviet disarmament itrategy that would -put the )lame for the recent failure of the Geneva arms-cut negotia< .ions on this United States. Spotlighted Rumpus The controversial character oJ ;he Moscow congress has been spotlighted by a major rumpus in the British Labor party which RUBBER STAMPS Made In Our Own Plant 2-DAY DELIVERY CHRONICLE PRINTING CO. 417 Market Ph. 4362 (11:00 a.m. 1e 9:00 p.m. only) SATURDAY SPECIAL Breasted Chicken COMPLETE DINNERS |/ Brousted $| A A */2 Chicken I.UU (4 Pti.) Choice of Potatmi, Saint! Rolls end Buttor. 1 / Breasted $f ft A 1/Z Chicken I.UU CARRY OUT DINNERS JSe packaging tharg» for any iln carry out ora*«r. (4 PCI.) Your choic* of pptatoti, talatl, rolls and butter. LUNCH BASKET 309 E. Market Phone 4958 Come and Bring a Friend to the Logansport Crusade for Christ Dynamic Canadian Evangelist Larry Smith JUNE 20 thru 30,7:30 p.m. Gospel Chapel Corner of So, Cicott and Cliff Drive Saturday Night is Youth Night A Teenager Talk* to Teenagers threatened to expel some of is prominent members for asso- iation with the.Moscow rally. Those affected include Bertrand lussell, of anti-nuclear fame. Resolutions were understood al- eady in preparation in Moscow enouncing the "forces who are economically and politically inter- ;sted in the arms race" — im- jlying western reluctance to disarm. This line fits in with Premier Wkila Khrushchev's personal harges that American feet-drag- >ing .on disarmament is largely esponsible for,the food price increase in Russia. Khrushchev has renewed h i s harges in a speech during his urrent visit of Romania. He is fact ,now blaming the United >tates for Russia's general econ- mic troubles. May Reveal Relationship The Moscow congress may how- ver produce some unscheduled esults. It may reveal incidental- y the present .status of the. Sino- loviet relationship. It was at a similar "peace congress" in Stockholm last year hat the C o m m u,n is t Chinese aunched an unexpected attack on heir Soviet allies. Bitter ex- ihanges spotlighted the sharp an- Card Of Thanks We wish to express our sincere hanks to all of our friends and neighbors, the Rev. John Parks, Dr. Marian Hochhalter, and the McCloskey-Hamilton-Kahle funeral, home for their many acts of cindness and words of sympathy. Thanks, top, for the beautiful •JoraL. offerings sent .during the llness and death of Gladys Key. Wayne Key , ; Brother Niece and Nephews MOOSE DANCE SAT., JUNE 23rd MUSIC BY LOWELL LYTLE BAND Round & Square Dancing Ugonism over . ideological differences between Moscow and Peip- ing. There is no firm indication thus far whether the Communist Chinese will send representatives to the raliy in Moscow. Their presence and their p r o- nouncements may provide an up to date clue as to what is going on between Russia and. Red China at present. Both have kept a studied silence recently. However, indications reaching here through reliable channels have suggested that the deferences remain as deep as eve;:, l)ut are not debated because either side is prc-oc- cupied, with;: more pressing worries nearer : home. Myers Greenhouse. Dial 3986 Chicken Supper Saturday, Jure 23—5 to 8 p.m. Sangralca Valley Home Intile wtKl of Onward Marie White Fire Ins. Ph. 2491 IP»W(5TERiN( "uwMTuSe" 2018 NORTH STREET PHONE 4789 SUNDAY DINNER ROAST TURKEY SWISS STEAK Servinfl 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. only $1.00 Mary Ann Steak Hut 918 N. 3rd Ph. 5988 WEEK-END SALE OF Coordin ONIY AT BIUMANS LLUMtUMJ |i OUR DEEPCUT IE ^"^^y'-.Z'Zr^""^!^ , j i ... " • f m 0^niijiiim&* trademark signifies Indiana's finest workmanship. We invite you to inspect Logansports Home- Owned monument Center. 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