Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 27, 1962 · Page 6
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 6

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 27, 1962
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Six Logansport. Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Wednesday Evening;^ COOK'S TOUR NEW YORK (UPD-The restaurant and hotel world has it's own United Nations, with headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland. Instead of world politics, Ho,- Re.Ca. discusses the shortage of well-trained cooks and other help, credit cards, music, the language barrier and anything else involved in running hotels, restaurants, cafes and catering businesses. The abbreviated name stands for Union Internationale D'Organ. isations Nationales D'Hoteliers, Restaurateurs Et Cafetiers. Because it deals only in mutual international problems, Ho.Re.Ca. is called a "little United Nations" by T. Edward Beale, president since 1955, Beale was in the United States to address the annual convention of the international group's American member organization, the National Restaurant Association, in Chicago. He is chairman and managing director of a British firm that operates a hotel, a restaurant chain and banqueting suites in London. In an interview, Beale explained that banqueting suites are buildings designed for serving large catered parties, such as weddings, birthdays and business banquets. Beale blames a shortage of good cooks on the low status they are accorded in much of the world. "We must raise their status," he added. "In England we are doing this with training at the graduate school level. "We have 120 colleges that teach cooking to men. Our Hotel and Catering Institute offers two degrees — one associate or junior members and one for senior graduates." An institute degree takes four years of college. Three years are spent in classwork and one year plus summer holidays, in food industry jobs. "We emphasize the cooking; we may guarantee a certain profit in operating a restaurant, but what counts is in the kitchen," he said. "But we are miles behind you (the United States) in our cost- ings—in food costs, portion control and other administrative details." Beale said that the institutes student exchange program would like to enroll more Americans. Most exchange students currently come from Europe. One European custom he would like to see Americans adopt is multi-lingual training for hotel and restaurant personnel. "Unless a foreign tourist is fortunate enough to be invited to : a private home, he talks mostly with hotel and restaurant personnel here," said Beale. The welcome would be warmer and more helpful if some members of the staff spoke the visitor's language. Chuckles in The News By United Press International TAX EXPERT FINED OTICA, N.Y. (UPI)-James W, O'Boyle, who testified as an ex pert witness in a 1958 income tax evasion trial in which the defendant was acquitted, Monday was fined $1,001—for income tax eva sion. NUDE BATHING ILLEGAL KINGSBEIDGE, England (UPI) —The Devon County Council has approved in principle a law gov erning attire on nearby beaches The law would make illega nude bathing. SHAPB THEFT CHICAGO (UPD-There was a sharp edge to a trucking termina theft report police got Monday Burglars stole $20,000 worth o razor blades. FOUND COMBINATION MMVAUKEE, Wis. (DPI) When they were unable to ope: the office safe of the St. Vincen DePaul Socity with acetylene tor dies, burglars decided to ransac' desks. In, one desk they found the com bination to the safe and looted i Of ?150. SCHEDULE APPEAL WASHINGTON (UPD-The U.S Supreme Court Monday schedule for next term re-argument on th appeal of Edward Yellin in con nection with his appearance be fore a House sub-committee' o un-American activities in Garj Ind., Feb. 10, 1958. Yellin, at the time of his appearance a senior at the Univei sity of Colorado Engineerin School, refused to answer que tions on communism at the hea ing. NABP.OW ESCAPE NEW YORK, (UPD-Two wor men narrowly missed plunging their deaths from the 18th floo of the Empire State Building Mo day when one end of their sea fold slipped. Walter Palmer, 60, slid seve floors on a safety rope to the 11 floor where he was pulled into window. His partner, Micha Merren, 56, clung to the danglin scaffold and was rescued by em ployes in an office on the 18 floor. . . . could I take a vacation next year on the savings shopping Garden City's everyday low prices? Let's see now ... I spend about $25.00 a week for g And by actual comparison, Garden City can save me a a week, each and everytime I shop. That figures to abc a week or $15.50 a month! My, in just one year I cams $185.00. Wow, that would sure come in mighty handy cation time comes around. It's settled, I'm going to sho den City tonight and start saving for my dream vacatic I wonder where we'll go ... Florida, New York, Califo oh, well, there's still plenty of time to decide, first TV start saving money. Ill see you tonight at Garden City BONUS BUY COSTAL FROZEN LEMONADE 12 or. CAN NESTEA INSTANT TEA 20e OFF LABEL GARDEN CITY'S EVERYDAY LOW SHELF PRICES! Supreme Co O * C 99C 45c 49c ?3c 25c 8c 14c UPTON'S TEA tt LB. PKtf. UPTON'S TEA BAGS UPTON'S TEA BAGS UPTON'S TEA BAGS FAMILY SIZE UPTON'S TEA INSTANT i» oi DEL MONTE FRUIT COCKTAIL SCOT LAD CRACKERS !«.««• DOG FOOD YETS i IB- CAN SCOT LAD BLEACH DINTY MOORE BEEF STEW ........ 24 oz .CAN ARMOUR'S VIENNA SAUSAGE 4 oz CAN STOKELY CUT WAX BEANS ,....*» CAN GREEN GIANT PEAS ....303 CAN DEL MONTE PUMPKIN .....:......-,.»* CAN CROSSROADS / MUSTARD MEAT SAUCE .......,...:** oz Sit KRAFT . ; lCj> MACARONI DINNER 7, oz I3C . M 24c 13c 59c DEL MONTE DRIED PEACHES MUSSELMAN APPLE JUICE DONALD DUCK TANGERINE JUICE . 11 OZ. .46 OZ. ' .46 OZ. 43c 31c 29c 35c 26c lOc 19c , 19c MIX OR MATCH THE 21c 21c 19c 17c 2k PKG OF 100 KRAFT MAYONNAISE CARNIVAL SODA STRAWS COLD WRAP FREEZER PAPER MUSSELMAN ]P APPLE SAUCE ......303 CAN IX SCOT LAD ||| SOUR PITTED CHERRIES303CAN/1C CRISCO 1 LB CAN LOG CABIN SYRUP .......12 oz. WORLDS FAIR ROUND TOOTH PICKS BETTY CROCKER PIECRUST QUAKER WHITE CORN MEAL KELLOGGS ALL-BRAN ,«,«, JOHNSON'S | House & Garden Spray • • JOHNSON'S OO RAID OFF BOMB 70C JOHNSON'S RAID ANT AND ROACH KILLER QUART REYNOLD'S BROILING FOIL ..... ,o F , ROLL REYNOLD'S WRAP STANDARD BIG TOP O C PEANUT BUTTER ......»«. ^WC FLUFFO 3 LB CAN//C LIQUID ALL QUART 69C MR. CLEAN OXYDOL SALVO -.-.GIANT PKG .75C TIDE ..,•.:..:.:,,,......,....:..».29e PERS. IVORY POLY BAG 12 FOR/5C OPERA CREAM SANDWICH BUTTERSCOTCH SANDWICH OR ETON SUGAR PKGS; CHUCK WAG! CHARCOAL CHARCOAL LIGHTER LB. BAG QUART CAN BONUS BUY LADIES' PLASTIC APROt 19 EACH o,AN T 69c BONUS BUY MEADOWMOOR CHOCOLATE MILK 2 QTS. 29 BONNIE BREAL 2 1% IB. LOAVES

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