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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 12

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 27, 1962
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Twelve Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribuns flew Commander of National Guard Unit "..lit. Col. Samuel H. Power, who is retiring from service on July .1,; will be succeeded by Lt. Col: Raymond W. Wachs, according to orders received Tuesday from the Indiana adjutant general's office in Indianapolis. •-.''' • Lt. Col. Power has been commander of the second Battle Group, 293rd Infantry since June 15, 1959. The new commander recently completed training 'at the Command and General Staff college at Ft. Leavenworth, Kan. He entered the armed forces as an enlisted man July 17, 1937. After serving with the Army for three years he attended officers candidate school. He has served as an infantry company commander and in various capacities on {he Battle Group staff. He is currently deputy commander of the Battle Group. " In 1951 he was made commander of D. company in Rensselaer 80 Enrolled At Scout Day Camp - Eighty Girl Scouts and Brownies of Cass county and Bunker Hill are attending the first session of day camp at Camp Wildwood which started Monday, according to Mrs. John Mcllwain, the camp are 47 33 Intermediate camp director. ' Enrolled in Brownies and Girl Scouts. .'The Brownies will hold a cookout at noon today. Assisting them afp. Elsie Beedle, Ruth Ann Ger- ihaine, and Mary Alice Kitchel, An advanced Intermediate unit for Scouts with several'years of day camp experience will hold an overnight camp-out this evening. The local Archery club will present a demonstration for the .Scouts tonight. Joy Applegate is leader of this unit. Kate Roberts and Theresa Brown are assisting with the Intermediates. " The Intermediates, will hold their cookout Thursday noon. Nora Wood is in charge of first aid for this session which closes Friday.. . 'The second day 'camp session will be held July 9-13. and in August of 1954 .was transferred, to what was' then 'battalion headquarters iti Logansport. During World War H,. he" served in the European Theater and was awarded the purple heart, the. comtat". infantry, badge and bronze star. His promotion to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel became effective Feb. 19, I960. He is married and has three children. In civilian life he is a farmer, and .resides on route 6, Rensselaer. Lt. Col. Power began his military career as an enlisted man June 12, 1942. He was commissioned through DCS in January 1943. He. has served with the 33rd Infantry in the Pacific Theater during World War II. During the war he was awarded the bronze star, combat infantry badge, World War -II victory medal, Asiatic and Pacific ribbons. After the .war he remained in the reserves until he joined the 38th Division January 1949. His guard assignments have included 'executive officer, battalion commander, military t affairs .officer and he attended the advance course and refresher course at Fort Benning, Georgia. | Lt. Col. Power was born in !linton county, Ind .and 'attended schools there. He holds an AB and XB degrees from Indiana university. He is a former Clinton county prosecuting attorney and state •epresentative! He practices' law 'n Frankfort. Headquarters of the Second Batle Group has been located, at the jOgansport armory since the reorganization three years ago. Units of the Battle Group include Headquarters company, Lo- ;ansport; B company, Delphi; C company; Monticello; Combat Sup>ort company, Peru; ; and other inits at "• Frankfort, Rensselaer, Tipton and Danville. SENIOR TROOP 133 'Members of Girl Scout Senior troop 133 painted , the cookie hut, cleared paths and put up signs last week at Camp Wildwood in preparation for the day camp sessions, •'•' The first session started Monday and will last until Friday. The second • session is set for July 9-13. Cathy Hatcher was presented with a five-point pin and occupational therapy aid bars were awarded to Sondra Hammon, Shirley Mcllwain, Cherry Applegate, and Carol Hosteller. Raze Building ' -'.PERU — The Peru School City Board of Trustees accepted a bid of $2,575 for razing the old junior high school building on West Seventh street. The successful bidder was the .Gpleman Wrecking Co. of Marion. The other bid received was from E. Max Covwell, who bid $3,450. The job is to be completed by mid-fall. Read the Want Ads! Fireworks WORTHINGTON, Ind. (UPI)- tfrs. Marie Burton, operator of he Terminal Cafe near Worthing- on, was fined $25 and costs in a jeace court Tuesday on a plea of guilty to a chai'ge of illegal possession and display of fireworks. Mrs. Burton .was arrested in a raid by Greene County and-state police. She also was charged with llegal possession of gambling equipment and was .fined $25 on ;hat charge, too. Fete Bride-Elect Of Daniel Lynch At Pre-Nuptial Shower Miss Linda Peterson, June 30th bride-elect of Daniel Lynch, was the guest of honor at a pre-nuptial shower at ,the home of Mrs. 0. L. Cooper, 2304. Brookwood. drive. Games wei^. ; played with prizes gping to-Mrs.'-. Everett Dalton, Mrs. 'A. W.-.'Rpww.'and Mrs. Walter Peterson.- Duplicates went to the honored guest. 'Miss Peterson's chosen colors of yellow arid white .predominated in decorations at the gift table which was centered with a bridal doll. The hostesses, Beth Wilson, Jennifer Rower, Paula 'Dalton, Cathy Cooper and Janet Bell, served refreshments to the following, guests: Mrs. Agnes Lynch, Mrs. Walter Peterson, Mrs. Bertha Peterson, Mrs. Floyd. Wilbanks, Mrs. Weldon Wilson,. Mrs. Everett Dalton, Mrs.-A. W. Rower, Mrs. Meredith Potterf, Mrs. 0. L. Cooper, Miss Sue Powell, Miss Diane Folio, Miss Patty Peterson, Miss Becky Timmpns, Miss Joan Wiser • and Miss Carol Ristedt. .'.;•' Guests unable to attend, but sending gifts were: ' Miss Teresa Stanczak, Miss Donna Fritts, Miss Connie Lancaster, Miss Helen Rogers, Miss Kathy Laing, Miss Lillian Duncan, Mrs. John Weser, Mrs. John Price and Mrs, Sara Webster.'.. GET-TOGETHER CLUB Orpha Bla'cketor,'was.hostess to 11 members and one .guest, Mrs. Edna Ward, of Rochester,,, during the recent session of the Get- Together club held at her home. Cretie Emery was in charge of the program, consisting of con- lesls with prizes going to Hazel Zartman and Edna Ward. Mrs. Emery read several poems, followed''-with devotions'from the Book of John given by Mrs. Blacketor. Several members paid birthday dues and roll call was answered with each giving their father's name and occupation. Refresh- menst were served. The next meeting will be with Ocia Clevenger. Close Steel Plant NEW YORK-'U.S. Steel Corp. said it will shut down its National Tube Division Works at McKeesport, Pa., for 10 days next month, three days more than originally planned, because of a decline ir orders. The division will be closed starting July 4. ' PUBLIC AUCTION Of BOTTLING EQUIPMENT Located 600 South Union Street, Kokomo, on THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1962 SALE TO BEGIN AT 1:30 P. M. (DST) All the equipment, trucks and supplies of the Dr. Pepper Bottling Co., Inc., of Kokomo, consisting of: wooden office desk and chair; 4-drawer metal filing cabinet; 3-drawer wooden filing cabinet; belt conveyor and motor; acetylene welding torches and tanks; electric fans; platform scales; melal roller conveyors; Burns boltle capper; D & Z bottle washer; small paint sprayer; compressors and motor; 50-gal. jar and mixer; mixing tank; distilling vat; Skelgas water heater; washing machine; sink and cabinet; 2-wheel cart; 8 wooden and melal skids; 2-wheel cart; 1 lot of Braun & Dr Pepper glass bottles; bottle cases; and lot of miscellaneous articles TRUCKS—1956 Chev. 2-ton beverage truck; 1955 Chev. 4400 \Vv ton truck with beverage bed; Ghev. pickup truck (junk). TERMS—CASH. IMo property to be removed until settled' for Not responsible in case of accidents. Dr. Pepper Bottling Co., Inc., of Kokomo Courtney M. Kerwin, Receiver—Hodson & Osborn, Attys. for Receive] Roy L. Crume, Auctioneer, Kokomo Phone Gl>2-8476 East Germans Reject 5ig Four Meeting BERLIN ' (UPI-y - Communist ast Gentian boss W'a-l.iter TJl- richt today ;• rejected Western roppsals for a four-power meet- ng "to end' shooting incidents long the Berlin wall. ;.;'• V He said such a meeting: would e interference by the Western owers in East Germany's p ''ih- ernaF affairs." .' " ! '-•" The .East German news agency U3N said Ulbricht made the tatement- to .'a 'meeting of the last; German Communist party entral committee.,' The meeting apparently was eld after.the release of Western otes to the Soviet Union Mon- 'proposing the commandants f the .Big Four powers meet in Berlin to discuss the recent rash of border incidents. Ulbricht said, this was merely maneuver by Chancellor Konrad Adenauer to involve Western roops in the incidents. He said Soviet-American .talks on Berlin . should be concerned only with "eradication of the occupation regime which exists in' West Berlin." ', . . ..Ulbricht claimed, his guards on he wall had no special shooting orders but merely were enforcing xirder "regulations." • ; Hours • before his speech was released Communist .'guards tried o shoot another 17-year-old Tefu- ;ee who swam-the Spandau Canal o freedom. They illuminated their ;arget with flares but missed. GONVICtiON S UPHELD BY COURT INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - The onviction of Jerjy M. Shipman, ndianapolis, on charges of 'kid- aping and assaulting a 7-year-old irl, was upheld Tuesday by the ndiana < Supreme. Court. , Shipman,. who was'sentenced to .fe • imprisonment in 1959 follow- ng his conviction in Marion bounty Criminal Court, maintained rie evidence .at 'his trial was 1 .not ufficient grounds .for conviction. le said there was no evidence he ntended. to kidnap or assault the ihild. ' . •,,'!;. Shipman said he was drunk and lid not know what he was doing t the time. Trial evidence indicated Shipman' kept the girl, whom, he ticked up on the street while she was; going to a grocery store, in lis car overnight. A doctor tesfr led the girl had, been sexually abused during the time. Judge Amos Jackson, in the dis- icnting opinion, said the evidence did'not'support the guilty verdict nd the conviction -was contrary to aw. CONTINUE SEARCH BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (UPD- Federal and local authorities today intensified a search for two Texans charged with murder in motel robbery last weekend. Embezzlement "barges Against Kendallville Man KENDALLVILLE, Ind.. (UPD- Richard L. House, operating engineer of the Kendallville Municipal Water Plant, was arrested Tuesday on a charge of embezzling v3,869 while serving as manager of the Northern Indiana Telephone !o."at Wawaka. House was. arrested on an affi- david filed: in Noble Circuit Court at Albion and signed.by an official of the telephone firm charging he appropriated to his own .use a sum of money representing payments made by subscribers between Jan. 15, 1960, the date he became manager, and-May 21 this year, the date he was discharged. The affidavit,was,dated June 12, the day House's appointment as operating engineer at the water plant was -announced by Mayor R. J. Rehwinkel, Rehwinkel said House applied for the job in answer to an advertisement after the death of Earl Kim'mell May 16.. The mayor said his references "checked out satisfactorily. • Prosecutor Louis Ketcham said the shortage in accounts--at the phone firm was discovered when records .showed 'a. number of subscribers were'delinquent in payment of their bills and the sub- Normal Warm Weather By United Press International Hoosiers were advised today to get set for continued normal warm summer weather. , Temperatures . will average about normal with highs from 82 to 88 and lows from 60 to 67 for the period ending n,ext'Monday, ; and there will be little change from day. to day. Furthermore, 'the dry'conditions of the past few days will.continue into the weekend, 'Scattered thundershowers •beginning about •'. Friday in the north and around the weekend elsewhere will average no more than one-half to three- fourths .'of an' inch precipitation. Temperatures ranged from 84 at South Bend to 90 at Indianapolis at high , points Tuesday and dropped during the night to lows ranging 'from 57 at Foii Wayne to 65 at Indianapolis. Highs today will range from 75 to 86, lows tonight,'from. ,54 to 65. and highs; Thursday in. 'the mid '80s all around the slate.. The current forecasts characterized the weather today through Thursday, as. "pleasant" in! the northern,'third.'.of the,'state and "mild" elsewhere. Wednesday Evening, June 27, 1962. Set to Open Hearings On UN Bond Proposal WASHINGTON UPI) - The House Foreign Affairs .Committee was set to open healings today on President Kennedy's v controversial $100 million United Nations bond proposal. Under Secretary of Stale George W. Ball, was scheduled .to lead .administration witnesses testifying !fo'r the legislation. Adlai E. Ste- .venson, U.S.. ambassador to the The House, group, led by Rep. Thomas E. Morgan, D-Pa., had hoped eiirlier in the congressional session 0 include the bond proposal in (he foreign aid bill. But this was given up when the Republican leadership signified it would mi buy the two as a package- The Sinale already has passed the bond measure, which is do;United Nations, will appear Fri-j s j gne< ] ttl help the United Nations day. GUERIN SIGNS CONTRACT NEW YORK (UPI) - Richie i Congo Guerin, who scored an 'all-time New York' high of 2,303 points in 78 games last, season, has signed his 1962-53 contract with the New York Knickerbockers of the National Basketball" Association. Guerin, named to the NBA All- League team at .the close of last season, was sixth highest scorer in the pro 'circuit. I solve i(;i current financial crisis brought upon by the high cost of j peace .Jumping .operations in the id the Gaza Strip. BEARS INK TACKLE CHICAGO (UPI) — Fred Williams, 248-pound defensive,tackle, Monday -signed for; his llth' season with the Chicago-Bears of the National Football' League. Other congressional news: Sugar; Senate passage was almost assured today for a bill to give President Kennedy authority he wanU; to halt payment of U.S. premium, prices for foreign sugaf imports. The bill would extend the Sugur Act for five years past (he Saturday midnight deadline. APPOINTMENT SOUTHI BEND, Ind. (UPD- Sources lore indicated today they expect (i'Wth Bend banker Fred J. Helmcn to be appointed to the i Indiana Toll Road Commission. scribers ments. produced proof of pay- Full Line of Picnic Supplies for the 4th CANTALOUPES WATERMELONS TOMATOES OSCAR MAYER ALL BEEF WIENERS LB. PKG. 59c PUBLIC SALE GOING BUSlNESS-nESTAURANT-GllOCEEY Located at Star City, Indiana SATURDAY, JUNE 30,1962 Beginning Promptly At 1:00 p.m. (CDT) '"'' BUILDING-Two story''brick building l£ x 76' with gas healer, electric water system. Upstairs could be made into living quarters. In rear of -building-another-cement block building 12 x,20. Size : of lot is annrox. 26' x 140'. , , ,- ... RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT—Antique walnut back bar with aree mirror; oak counter bar with 10 stools; 4 cu.' it. ice cream freezer- Coca-Cola cooler; complete set of silverware; cups and dishes; antique walnut wall case to match back bar; 12 ice cream chairs with 4 porcelain top tables; 20" electric fan; 20 window fan; 30 gal. W>ite gas hot water heater; Anets frecch fryer with stand; Magic Chef grille stove with 2 gas burners; French fry cutler; work table; PhUco !!• cu. ft. refrigerator; single sink; 3 burner coffee warmer; steam table; baby high chair; hall tree GROCERY : EQUIPMENT-10 cu. ft meat refrigerator display case with unit; ; Hussman 7 cu. ft. display vegetable freezer; Blizzard meat case less unit; electric meat grinder; computing Goble Stimp r son .scale; meat cuber, Hobart meat slicer, electric; paper rack with string; wall shelves; wall glass case; (2) ^4 ft. floor show cases; (1) 6 ft. floor show case; cash register; Burroughs adding machine; several shelves of grocery supplies. Ligioner walk-in cooler 7' x 6' with unit, meat block and counter and many other items too numerous to mention. REALTORS-NOTE: The above will be offered for sale as a completeiunit with building or will sell individually, to be announced day of- sale. , / : TERMS: CASH .or if aboue is purchased as-a unit 1/3 down, balance with bankable note. Nothing to be removed until settled for. Not responsible ior accidents. IRENE WASHBURN,bWNER (Stock) Realtor — Herman C. Wuethrich—Francesville, Ind. Phone 567-9611 ' TERMS: CASH or if above is purchased as a unit J A down, SEYFERTS PRETZEL TWISTS c e ,,o B 08 39c Monarch Sweet Sliced Pickled Beets " °\ g ,S 49c Richelieu Double Sweet Pic-D-Lites 12 oz . ia r 39c A REAL MEAT TREAT SAUSAGE Pure Pork . . .Lb. 39c For'Delicious Snacks HAM SALAD OUR OWN . . . Lb. 69c DELMONICO DIPSY DOODLE NOODLES New Shape, 8 oz. 29c ICEBERG SALAD DRESSING x39c SWIFT PREMIUM (Canned) NEW LUNCHEON LOAF 1 Vi Ib. can 89c 3 LB. $1.49 SARA LEE (ALL BUTTER) PECAN COFFEE PRICES IN THIS AD GOOD THRU TUESDAY, JULY 3rd I JAR OSCAR MAYER JUBILEE SMOKED HAMS Fully Cooked Shank Half . . .Lb. 59e COMO NAPKINS 2 oo_ lpl ,.29c Defiance Ice Tea ^ IB. B OX 49c Defiance Pork & Baens £ 3/39c Musselman Jelly 4 j AR 89c Blackberry— Grape or Cherry SUPER COOLA DRINK 7 FLAVORS-! 2 Oz. Cans , O/ 59.C Oft* AX G>RU*»NMViVe* CO-EXECUTORS SALE We will sell at Public Auction the personal property of the-late David Armstrong, located 3 miles north of Galveston on the Lincoln StreptB ° adl SATURDAY, JUNE 30th at 11:00 A. M. consisting of the following property:._- . 21 in CapehartTV; 2 beautiful gold occasional chairs; reed rocking chairs; new green Kroehler sofa (davenport); Delco console radio- 2 table radios'; 2 card tables; floor lamps; standsV^one antique secretary); coffee table; sewing chest; Regina electric;sweeper a*nd attachments; fireplace fixtures and screen; smoking stand;, one.lot of pictures and frames;' one lot of books, beautiful dining room suite; with Duncan Phyfet,table; oak bookcase; 4, piece-walnut veneered bedroom suite with .box springs and innerspring mattress; poster bed springs and innerspring mattress; metal bed, springs and innerspring mattress; 1 wash stand and other dressers; 2 oak chests o£ drawers; sewing chair (cane bottom); 2 large dressers;, clothes hamper; nice breakfast set 4 chairs; kitchen table 4 chairs; 40 m. Westinghpuse range model BD74; 9 ft. International refrigerator, very good; Youngstown metal kitchen cabinet; white upright kitchen cabinet; utility cabinet; 12 ft. deep freeze; straight chairs; hall tree; 10 lawn chairs or porch chairs; 8 day clock; 12x14 gray rug and pad; 8x10 gray rug and pad; 9x12 dining room rug and pad; one lot of throw rugs; one lot of nice dishes; 2 sets of china; hand painted pieces, vases, etc.; silverware; one.lot of very nice bedding (quilts, bedspreads etc.); one lot of nice linens; one lot of cooking utensils; electric skillet; pressure cookers; toasters; electric coffee, makers;^electric clock;' automatic Bendix '• dryer; Maytag washing machine; electric heater; bathroom scales; twin tubs; electric fans; 24 in. floor fan; Singer sewing machine; lots of luggage; one lot ol deep sea fishing tackle; beautiful 6 ft. mounted sailhsh; other mounted fish. -.. , , FARM EQUIPMENT—1953 % ton model R110 International truck; 1941 International model.H Farmall tractor; Simplicity garden tractor with attachments; ,Heo reel type lawn mower; Myer tractor sprayer .brackets for H or M Farmall tractor; 5 ft. horse drawn mower; cross country hand sprayer; 12 .6x7 hog houses; 2 su£ hole hog feeders; 8 sow' farrowing house; ladders; Tophein air 'compressor; set of fence stretchers; set of tire chains; 250 electric chick brooder; lawn roller; many small .tools- on farm too numerous to AUTOMOBILE—1961 Super "88" Oldsmobile 4 door hardtop with only 13,000 miles.- :' . . TERMS—CASH. Not responsible in case of accident. Lunch served .on the grounds. . : ' Co-Executors: Kenneth L. Hunt, Joe E. Beck Attorney: Leland L. Smith Rinehart, Auction & Real Estate Co., Auctioneers Flora Phone 967-3911 'or 967-3951 .'.; , : Martins, ClerksJI Twelve Mile 4th Of JULY Gala CELEBRATION! JULY 3 AND 4 ----PROGRAM ---- TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 3 "Ole Loverbo;,," the clown with 7:00 p. m. Opening : rides .and concessions! Come and see his famous clown, car. Favors for all the kids! 8:30 p; m. TALENT SHOW! Participants contact Roger Swansan WEDNESDAY JULY THE 4th 1-:00 p. m. PET PARADE. Starts at the E. U. B. Church 2:00 p. m. MUZZLE-LOADERS! Exhibition shootll 3:00 p. m. BICYCLE RACE! 4-H, boys and girls. 4:30 p. m. SACK RACE & 3-LEGGED RACE! Boys and girls open competition. 7:00 p. m. BEAUTY CONTEST AND BEARD CONTEST 7:30 p. m. ; OLD-FASHIONED BOX. SOCIAL. All ages! Everyone weleomsl All ladies encouraged to bring a well-filled, decorated box. See the aucl in and funll 8:30 p. m. OLD-FASHIONED SPELLING BEE . Are you a good s sellir? _ NOTICE: ART EXHIBIT '•Thefts! will be an 'art exhibit both days.' Anyone interest's i in displaying have exhibit at Grable's Chevrolet by 9 a .m. July 3. For further infor- maKpn, ( cpn.tact Els.i»Strqsser, Phone 2241 or 2161. ' "•• "•"'"' Sponsored by the • TWELVE MILE LIONS CLU t CASH MARKET H O I C t Broadway SATISFACTION OUARANfEEC CLOVEKLANE Butter 59* PORK- CHOPS LEAN LOIN LEAH Rll! PORK ROAST TENDERLOIN LOIN END LEAN BOSTON BUTT Ib. FRYER PARTS U. S. GOVERNMENT INSPECTED BREASTS. . . 3lbs.$1.00 LEGS AND THIGHS. . lb.39c BAZLEYS TENDER BABY BEEF STEAK CLUB SIRLOIN SWISS MILD COLBY CHEESE LB. ROYAL I'ALM OLEO POUNDS Fl [kVORFUL SLICED BA ON 3u» $1 BEEF ROAST GROUND BEEF BLADE; CUT ALWAYS . . FRESH 1

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