Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 27, 1962 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 27, 1962
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Wednesday Evening, June 27, 1862. Conventions Over, Money Next Issue By EUGENE J. CADOU INDIANAPOLIS (UPD-Peace- it's wonderful. A merciful silence on political "•news,releases" has been put into effect by the Indiana politicians following the Republican and Democratic slate conventions. The mimeographs are stilled. No longer do the newspaper editor and the radio arid television news directors have to suffer reading the long senatorial speech handouts in the faint hope that there will be a paragraph or two of news in them. Sen. Homer E. Capehart has returned to Washington, and sends forth the glad word that he prob- ably will remain there most of the time until Congress quits, which .he believes will be iii Sep- ember. Former House Speaker Birch E. Bayh, Jr., Terre.Haute, is vaca- ioning in unnamed spots with his >eautiful wife and family. But don't count on this golden liatus. Capehart Diefenbaker Waits Heavy Political Fire OTTAWA (UPI) - Prime Minister John Diefenbaker expected heavy fire from his political opponents today for refusing to call Parliament at an early date to ratify his new austerity program. Diefenbaker told a national television and radio audience Monday night that he saw no reason for an immediate session and held out instead for a parliamentary opening in September, the month he suggested during his recent election campaign. Liberal leader Lester B. Pear- ton, who last week demanded a session "at the earliest .possible date" to deal with the financial crisis, was scheduled to issue a statement today commenting on Diefenbaker's television address. Sources hinted that Pearson would take strong exception to' Diefenbaker's decision not to call the new 25th Parliament before the fall. Following Diefonbaker's broadcast, Real Caouette, Social Credit deputy national leader said Royh, Que., that the prime minister "should call Parliament at once" if Canada'.; economic situation was as grave as Diefenbaker had indicated. Caouetle added that Diefenbaker himself should resign. Both he and Social Credit i tional leader Robert N. Thompson are "agreed that we cannot go along with those tight .money policies," Caouette said. He predicted that the government's recent actions to bolster the Canadian economy would lead to "1.5 million Canadians unemployed next winter." New 'Democratic party leader T. C. Douglas, i' who seconded Pearson's demand 1 for an early session, was expected to join in the criticism as well. Diefenbaker, whose conserva tive government won a narrow minority victory in last week's general election, said Monday night Parliament could not be called before mid-July, "too late'-' lo deal with the current financial emergency. In these circumstances, he said, it was better to'al- low "a cooling off period. .. .for passions to subside" before calling the new house of commons into session. SAILOR FACES CHARGES , BOSTON (UPI)-A /sailor, who allegedly .told a stewardess in New^Orleans June 1 he ,had a bomb aboard a United Airlines plane bound for Boston; has agreed to return to New Orleans to face charges.. The FBI charged 'Selendonio Cola, 21, of Artesia; N.M., .told the stewardess, "don't worry, 4he bomb won't go off for an hour." Cota waived a hearing before U.S. Commissioner Peter J. Nelligan here Tuesday and was continued in $1,000 bail. NOTICE! OP ADMINISTRATION STATE OF INDIANA ) )SS: COUNTY OF CASS ) IN THE CASS CIRCUIT COURT APRII.. TERM, 1062. . IN THE MATTER OP THE, ESTATE OP ALICE RUSH, DECK A SKD N... P 52—IM Notice Is hereby srlven thn,t Holen Fellers was, on tile 12th day or June, 196-2, appointed 'Executrix oC the Estate o£ Alice Rush, deceased. AU persons hav.inj? claims HKalnst said estate, whether o not now clue, must file the sam In said court within six (6 months from the flats of the first puhllcallon of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Dated at Lofi'ansport, Indiana this 12th day of June, 1362. Clarence R. Settlemyre Clerk of the Circuit Courl for Cass County, Indiana HARO1YD J. TUBBRTY SOB Fourth Street, LoKansport, 'Indiana Attorney for Estate NOTICE OF ADHHJTISTJIA'1'ION STATE OP INDIANA ) )SS: COUNTY OF CASS ) IN THE CASS CraCUIT COURT APRIL TERM, 31)82 Notice Is herehy p'lven tha •WALTER NEWMAN was, on IS day of .TUNE, 1062, appointee Administrator of the estate Myrtle 'Backus, deceased. All . persons liavlnR clftiW fl-KHlnst said estate, whether 01 not now due, must file the na.ms in said court within six Cfi' months from the date of the firs publication of this notice or said claims will he forever barred.. Dated at Losransport, Indiana this ISth day of June, 19(12. CLARRNCE R. SKTTL'OI Clerk of thp. Circuit Tor Cass Cnt-nty, .Indiana O'XElbl, & 'O'NT'UTjT- Attorney (or Estate lias nearly half a dozen eager-beaver former newspapermen researching and inves- igating in Washington and Her- >ert Hill publicity director of the Republican State Committee, likewise is delving into the record of .he Governor Welsh administra- ion to produce issues for the orthcoming campaign. Payrollers Missing Bayh is not blessed with publicity aides on the federal payroll, as is Capehart, but h'e is surrounded by volunteer youngsters, champing at the bit for campaigning. Best of' all, however, he has the sage counsel of one of the foremost members of Gov. Welsh's "Palace Guard," Rieharc Martin, who doubles in brass a: press agent for the state administration and public relations director of the 'Democratic State Committee—to a jolly total emolumeni of $24,000 a year. As the oratory wanes, finance raises its ugly head; The tambourine is being dusted off by politi cos in both parties for campaign donations. •> The Republicans face a state committee deficit, which, however has been whittled- down consider ably. They will rely on gifts from conservative rich men and from forced drafts from workers in the Statehouse. offices they hold—lieutenant governor, auditor, treasurer, secretary of stale and seats on the .Supreme and Appellate' Courts. Democrats, So licit Money for the Democrats will come largely from the thousands of state employes controlled by Welsh, to the tune of two per cent or more of their salaries, which Is no small total. A few fat calves also are available for the Democrats and the "Dollars for Democrats" campaign probably will be repeated to garner a host; of small donations; In sad status are the city workers of Indianapolis and Marion, who paid through the nose for the unsuccessful senatorial campaigns of Mayors Charles H. Boswell and M. Jack Edwardss, including $2, M. Jack Edwards, including $2,500 each for being licked at the state convention. If precedent prevails, ' the Republicans may spend nearly a million dollars and the Democrats about two-thirds as much. It's high finance. But the politicos say it's unavoidable. CULVER YOUTH NJURES HIS ARM; FALLS FROM CAR CULVER—Eleven-year-old Slev- m McComb is in Parkview hos- >ital at Plymouth as a result of a double fracture to his arm sus- ained when he fell from a mov- ng ear.. The first band'] concert was held 'uesday night at the town park. The Eastern Star will meet in he home of Mrs. Ray Morris 'uesday afternoon. The Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary met at the Post Home ast Monday. The Stitchery Club . members ill meet in the home of Mrs. erome Zechiel on Thursday aft- rnoon. . . Miss Jo Ellen' Hand married Raymond K. Walmoth at the Culver Military Chapel Saturday aft- rnoon, June 16. Mrs. Helen Glaze, announced the marriage of her daughter Tommy Lou to Robert Beavers which was held in the Culver Memorial Chapel at the military ., academy on'Sunday, June 24. The. barn on the Judson Dillon farm was demolished by bulldozers and then burned recently. ; Hall Wilson is in St. Joseph's hospital in South Bend where he recently, underwent surgery. Oscar Mikesell is now at home from' Parkview hospital in Plymouth. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Cromley are in Minneapolis visiting with their son, Dale and his family. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Crabb and children from Illinois are visiting Mr. and.Mrs. Merle Crabb. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Listenberger, who attended the christening of Dennis, Jr., at East .Chicago, are now spending a few days at a cottage at•Cedar Lake. Relatives helped Walter Listenberger celebrate his 73rd birth- day at his farm northwest of Burr Oak. Mrs. .Norman Davis entertained members of the Green township club in her home Tuesday afternoon. '..';• Mrs. George Phillips spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Indianapolis, attending the .District. Presidents meeting of the Fedeiv ated Clubs. Mr! and Mrs. Jack Scruggs and daughter of Plainfield spent a few days with the N. M. Scruggs family.: ; . POLICEMAN JAILED NEW YORK (UPI)-A city policeman who loaned his revolver to friends for a robbery received a stiff jail sentence Tuesday. "You are a traitor and disgrace and belong in jail,""Judge''Samuel S. Leibowitz told ' Toy, Robinson Jr., 26, as he sentenced him to serve from 10 to 15 years in Sing Sing Prison. Appointment INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)-Governor Welsh today appointed, a Bloominglon banker, Ralph Gregory, 69, to' thejlndiana War Memorials Commission. , Gregory replaced-William Steinert, Princeton, who resigned Monday at the governor's request. Gregory will fill the remainder of Steinert's term, which expires July 18, 1963. ."" living Costs Steady WASHINGTON .CUPI) - The Labor Department reported today that .liyihg costs held steady at a record-high level and the .average factory worker's take home pay climbed to an 1 all time peak in May. , Lower costs of food, solid fuel and gasoline offset higher prices of medical care, housing and used cars to halt a three-month rise in the consumer price index. Logansport, Indian;!, Shares-Tribune Fiv» Watch Britain's Role in Europe's Common Market LONDON (UPD- Secretary of State Dean Rusk was reported today to have agreed with Bri- July4th Celebration Planned in Burlington BURLINGTON — The tenth annual Fourth of July celebration, sponsored by the American Legion and the Burlington Merchants Assn., will be held Wednesday at tish leaders that major decisions the American Legion field NATO and Allied nuclear policy must await the outcome of Britain's Common Market negotiations. Informed American sources said the secretary of state was well satisfied with his discussions- lo date, in Paris, Bonn, Berlin, Rome and London. The wide-ranging European policy review was said lo have helped to clarify a number of out. standing problems within the alliance. Rusk was understood hopeful for British Common Market entry, despite existing difficulties. The Young America Saddle club will present a horse show at noon. The Deer Crock Conservation club will hold a fish fry at the Legion home al 15 p.m. A fireworks program will be held at 9 p.m. Picnic tables and playground equipmont will be furnished by the Burlington Community club, and the Legion will sponsor a concession stand. At lenst 50 per cent of all the millions of medical and surgical cases l::ealed by private doctors and hospitals have a mental illness complication. Eastern Star Inspection To Be Held ROYAL CENTER — Members of'the Eastern Star wishing their babies dedicated at Inspection July 11 should get their names to Kathryn Smith, secretary, no later than June 30. The Royal Center Past Chiefs Association met in regular meeting this past week with Mrs. Dorothea Morehead. Fifteen members were present. They voted to hold their annual picnic at Rea park on Tuesday evening July 17 at 6:30 p.m. Mrs. Dick Webster and daughters who were here visiting Mrs. Evert Conn and other relatives returned to their home in Florida this past week. Mr., and Mrs. Walter Sparks and daughters of Texas are visiting her mother, Mrs. Ora Batty. Miss Connie Martin of Royal Center is listed as a member of the professional company of the Wagon Wheel Playhouse at Warsaw.. They are giving a series of summer productions. . Ronald Kesser, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Kesser has enlisted in the U. S. Marine Corps and is al the Recruit Depot at San Diego, Calif. Mrs. Estel Rouen left this past week for Houston, Texas. Mrs. Hazel De Witt has returned home from the Tipton hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Duops of Minneapolis are visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Goodrich. Mrs. Esta Dodt visited with friends in La Fontaine last week. Mr.. and Mrs. Burl King and Mr. and Mrs. Don King- and son have returned home from a fishing trip to .Lorain, Wis. Mrs. Viya Harvey is nursing a badly sprained knee which she received from a fall in her home. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Patty and grandson • are on a vacation trip in Florida visiting with their daughter. A marriage license has been issued to Miss Carol Smith, 20; of Royal Center and Donald Roller, 22. . : - -,::. Mrs. Mary Dodt and Mrs. Flo Dodt spent Thursday in Lafayette. Annabell Schmaltz , and Ethel Martin recently visited with Mrs. Lillie Parrish and Lizzie Starkey in a nursing home in Logansport. For Happy Summer Fun and Fixin"s...come to Stores! 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