Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 28, 1962 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, June 28, 1962
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IOGMSPOM POBLIC flwrsday Evening, June 28, SCARED AND HUNGRY, one-year-old Wong, Ching Sun, sets up a howl at Los Angeles on her way to new parents in Massachusetts. Ching Sun is one of 49 orphans from Hong Kong arriving here through WAIF, an intercountry adoption agency begun by actress Jane Russell. (UPI TMEax) Welsh Says GOP Stand 'Vote Fraud' PERU, Ind. ('UPI) - Governor Welsh said Wednesday night the Indiana Re-publican'stand on legislative reapportionrnent "is vote fraud on a wholesale basis." Speaking at a Miami County fund-raising dinner, Welsh said that, by blocking reapportionrnent, the Indiana GOP leadership " "effectively dilutes the voting rights of more than a million Hoosier voters." The recently, adopted GOP platform calls for reapportfonment on the federal basis with the Senate based on. geograpnical areas and the. House on population. Such a step would require a constitutional amendment and a minimum of six years. The Democratic platform calls for immediate reapportionrnent on a population basis, under the provisions o'f the'present Indiana Constitution. Welsh said Indiana "does not have six years to recognize the basic rights of citizenship of all its people. The federal courts, and there is an Indiana case pending in federal court now, will not permit the continued abridgement of the voting rights of Hoosiers, who are also Americans." He said the Democrat's "have no argument with those who seek to amend the constitution, provid ed they follow the Constitution until it is amended. That is why the amendment procedure was written into the fundamental law of our state. We insist only that the Constitution be followed until it is changed." Welsh said the "basic issue" in the November election will be "constitutional government versus flagrant abuse of the Constitution. As Democrats, we stand with the Constitution of Indiana. I am con. fident the people stand wQi us." NOTICE TAKE NOTICE that upon mation duly made, aecond- ed and unanimously patjsod on tha Mth -clay of June, :t!)62, the shareholders ot BBUMBAtIGH.'S. INC., formerly located a,t 330 Broadway, in the City or Lo- Kansnor.t, Indiana, did. ado.pt the following resolution: BE IT RESOLVED that this corporation shall be dissolved as of the 16th day of July, .1962, and the assets .thereof be dls- tribut&d to the stockholders on that dato. 1 ' BRUMBAUGH'S, INC. By PHILIP WKINTRAUB, Secretary Read the Want Ads! The Big Difference tn Stores Today Is The Way People Are Treated 409-415 E. BROADWAY Barefoot Beauties .99 up Foot-freedom thongs give you summertime smartness plus daylong comfort. Buskens leather thong sandals come 'in o wide variety of colors, and. styles at reasonable prices. : ' : . •• SHOE SALON - FIRST FLOOR SHOP-TUES.-SAT. 9-5, FRI. 9-9 Where, Oh Where Is My Bridge? SPRINGFIELD, 111. (UPI)—Illinois officials are looking for a missing 60-ton bridge. Finance Director James Roman (olci the Legislative Audit Cora- mission Wednesday that the structure was dismantled in the spring of I960 to make way for road improvements in the Decatur area and was sold to Central Iron and Metal Company, a Springfield scrap firm. The scrap company brought the dismantled bridge back to its yards, according to Ronan, but the state Division of Property Control called a few days later and told the firm the whole thing was a mistake and they wanted the bridge back. Company officials said trucks came and picked up the bridge scrap. Ronan, however, said fche state doesn't have the bridge and doesn't know whose trucks were involved. "We haven't the remotest idea where the . bridge is," he said. Bridge Collapses Near Bedford BEDFORD, Ind. (UPI) - A bridge collapsed as a, car crossed it Wednesday, plunging the vehicle 10 feet into the shallow stream and injuring one of. three occupants. Dennis Sproles, 19, R.R, 4, Bedford, was hurt in the plunge, ,bult Harold Gregory, 18, R.R. 3, Bedford, the driver, and another pas senger were uninjured. The car was crossing the bridge over Fulleltt's Creek on North Pike Rcl. when the accident happened. . Sproles apparently was hurt because he opened the car door and tried to leap to safely. POLIO BATE SAME INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - The 19(52 polio rate in. Indiana mained deadlocked .Wednesday with last year—just three cases— with the first half of the year virtually gone. Rochester Girl to Attend Convention in Mississippi ROCHESTER — Karen Ferguson of Rochester, president of the Ball State Teachers college chapter of Sigma Sigma Sigma social sorority, will attend the national convention of the sorority ; next week end at BUoxi, Miss., as one of the three chapter delegates. Miss Ferguson, daughter of Mr. an<i Mrs. Fred Ferguson, also will visit New Orleans before her return. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Halterman, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Halterman and son, Teddy and Lynn; Mr. and Mrs. Reardon Newman, Mrs. Jennie Halterman, and Mrs. Dora Smith, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Deardorff of Roann. City police .put a 21-year old man, a 15-year old boy, and a 14- year-old girl, all of Rochester, in jail, aft'er they were stopped in the'1000 block of Clay street at 1 a.m. Tuesday, Officers said Robert Bolen, 21, rural route 6, Rochester, is to be charged with contributing to - the delinquency of a minor, and, possibly, with improper registration of his car. The juveniles are to be charged with violation of the Fulton county curfew. Bobby Gene Hensley, 18, Plymouth, escaped injury when his car hit a bump on Old 17, near Belong, while he was passing an other auto and his car ran into a ditch. The sheriffs department said the accident happened at 12:30 a.m. Sunday, with estimated damage to the car of $100. Slated to appear in City court Monday are two Fulton county youths, after they were appro hended by City police on charges of illegal possession of alcoholic beverages. The boys are John A. Skidmore, 20, rural route 6, Rochester, and Phillip A. Zellers, 20, rural route 1, Kewanna. Both were 'arrested on East 9th street at 10:10 a.m. Sunday. Later they were released to the custody of their parents. John E, Trinosky, 19, Winamac, forfeited bond of $22.75 in city court Monday night on a charge of going 100 miles an hour on Ind. 14 West of Rochester. He was ar- rested by city police at 11:30 p.m. Saturday. Willard Foust was arrested at 6 a.m. Tuesday by city officers and charged with disregarding a traffic signal at Ind. 14 and 25 and U.S. 31, at the south edge of the city. The 33 year old Kewanna man is to appear in city court Monday, July 9. Producers and feeders of beef cattle met on Indian Hill County Line Farm Wednesday for the Indiana Junior Aberdeen - -Angus District Field Day. Pierce Ward, owner of Indian Hill, located on State Road 110 northwest of Rochester, was host for the gathering. Dean H. Hurlbut, Director of Junior Activities, Dale Baird and Bob Domer, all of the American Angus Association, presented the program. A type demonstration, a judging class, cows and calves for a club calf selection demonstration, as well as one for .grooming and clipping were presented. Ella Brown filed a petition in Fulton circuit court Monday to vacate 13 lots in the'Wallace addition to the city, near City Park. The Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority has chosen Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bunn, 228 Jefferson street, for the cheer club members for the next two weeks. Mr. Bunn, 90, and Mrs. Bunn, 82, have lived in Rochester for about 40 years. They are the parents of three children, one son, and two daughters. He is a retir ed railroad employee. They attend the Church of. God. The cou< pie would enjoy having visitors and receiving cards, Mr. and Mrs. George Washing ton, the past two weeks cheer club members, received 25 cards, eight visitors, one planter and several small gifts. They wish to thank everyone who remembered them. Initiation ceremonies were held at the recent meeting of the local Order of Eastern 'Star, for Mrs. Mary Hittle and her sister, Mrs. Robert 'Lee Smith. Refreshments were served following the ceremony by Mrs. Clarence Ellison, Mrs. Leo Long and Mrs. Henry Sherrard. Mrs. Nora Fisher, Of Flora, Expires; Services Saturday FLORA—Mrs'. Nora Wray Fisher, 83 r of Flora, died Wednesday at St. Elizabeth's hospital in Lafayette after an illness of four months. She had been critical for ;hree weeks. Born Oct. 14, 1878, in Carroll county, she was the daughter of "leorge and Emily Wray Brim. he was married to Calvin V. Fisher on Feb. 4, 1913. He died Aug. 9, 1958. She was a member of the Flora ierman Baptist church. Survivors are three daughters: Mrs. Carl Miller, rural route 4, Delphi; Mrs, Roy Reavis, rural route 4, Rossville; Mrs. Robert Wolf, Flora; 10, grandchildren; 9 [reat-.grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday'at the Flora "erman. Baptist church. Elders Harvey Wagoner and Clement Skiles will conduct services, and burial, will be in the Mussleman cemetery, northeast of Flora. Friends may call at the Robert Wolf home in Flora after 3 .p.m. Thursday. Leiter funeral .home is in charge of arrangements. The Big Difference In Stores Today Is The Way People Are Treated MEN'S SHOP FIRST FLOOR this "Fourth" in our Sun-Fun Fashions Use Our Budget Account SPORTSWEAR FOR MEN Sport Shirts and Knit Shirts, sizes: S, M. L, XL 3.95—5.95 Puritan Ban-Lon Knit Shirts in 30 colors, sizes: S, M, L, XL' 8.95 Walking Shorts and Tennis Shorts, siz es 28''-42" waist 3.95—7.95 His and Hers Matching. Shirts, sizes: S, M, L and 10-16 3.95 Unlined Jackets, sizes 36-46 8.95—10.95 Swim Trunks, sizes 28-40 2.95—5.95 Terry Beach Bags and Slippers, each.'. 1.95 Sports Socks ...... 79c—1.50 Panoramic SunglaiSses ...:.. ;.........;..... 3.95 Cabana Sets, S, M, L ;.... 12.95 Boys' Sportswear-Sizes 8-16 Sport Shirts ..1.95—2.95 Ban Lon Knit Shirts 2,95 Deck Pants ....3.95 Bermuda Shorts 2.95—3.95 Polo Shirts I'.OO—1.39 Sport Socks 55c—89c Swim Trunks .. .„ .'.... .2.95 Terry Beach Jackets .........2.95 Unlined Jackets ., , 4.95 MEN'S SHOP-FIRST FLOOR Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Wire* Fire Levels Peru Barn PERU—A large frame barn on the Everett Engel farm, rural route 4, Peru, caught on fire and was leveled in about 15 minutes about 11 a.m. Wednesday. Two carpenters from Cass com* ty were injured in the blaze. They were Marvin Heck, 52, New Waverly, who sustained burns on both arms, and William Sellers, 46, rural route 5, Logansport. Both were taken to Dukes Memorial hospital for treatment, then released. A third workman who was not identified escaped injury. Sellers was hurt when he jumped from the roof of the 32- toot high barn. Origin of the fire has not been determined. It was discovered by Engel and his father-in-law, Harvey Bird, who were spraying corn in a nearby field. The fire spread so fast that only one calf and four hogs were rescued from the barn. The four hogs were so badly burned that they will have to be destroyed. Firemen from the Peru and Mexico departments were called to the scene, and were able to save ail other buildings. Major portion of the loss is covered IT' insurance, Engel said. Blocx'mobile To Visit Monlicello Monday MON'UCELLO - The first visit to Whitii county by the Bed Cross BIood!n:i':bi!e will be held from 10 a.m. (o 4 p.m. Monday at the United Presbyterian church. Only i! bout half of the 170 donors nsw : l have volunteered. Those wishing to do so may contact Howard Hoover, Don Teeter, Doris O.ndo. Raub's Drug store or ib.! yorlhcm Indiana Public Servic; r >. STEEP/; SJACK KILLED TUCK. 55-yearly inju church discard • througli sun's c: Polio. 1 Brookly tured 'ii from I: in Tucli ; :RTON, N.J. (UPD - A. '.•Id steeplejack WHS fatal:ed in a plunge from a roof Wednesday when a d cigarette burned a rope holding his bo- air. said Joseph Seifert of i, N.Y., died of a frac- mil received in the fall e first Methodist Church erton. The Big Difference In Stores Today Is The Way Peopl« Are Treated 409-415 E. BROADWAY Cool and Pretty Fashions FOR THE UM You'll like our smart vacation fashions. They're col- o r f u I, coordinated and carefree. CHILDREN'S SHOP FIRST FLOOR G i r I s' swimsuits of gay. prints and cotton knit styles, size?. 2-6x, 7-14. 2.95—5.95 Infant boys' and girls' sunsuits, no-iron, some have plastic lined pants, sizes: s, m, 1, xl. 1.95—2.50 Boys' swim trunks of terry cloth and Helan- ka stretch, sizes 2-7, 1.95—2.95 Boys' boxer shorts of wash 'n wear cotton, sizes 2-4, 3-7 1.00 Boys' cotton mesh 1- shirts 1.39 V Use Our Budget ; Account SPORT SHOP SECOND FLOOR Kleinert's Disposable DiapeJrs Perfect for using while traveling and on vacations. Has waterproof, plastic backing. 24 for 2.00 Famous-MoJte Ladies' Sportswear, 8-18 easy-care cottons and knits Tops 2.95—7.95 Jamaicas 2.95—8.95 Pedal Pushers 4.95—8.95 Slacks 5.95—10.95 Swimsuits 8.95—22.95 Sub-Teen Swimsuits 5.95—14.95 Beach Towels 2.95 BEACH TOWELS-FIRST FLOOR The Second Floor Is Completely Air Conditioned

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