Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 3, 1957 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, June 3, 1957
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fen LoKansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Robert Mitchum Scores Hit As Calypso Singer HOLLYWOOD UP — One of the new promising calypso singers in the Capitol Records stable 'is not a Trinidad-He but Robert Mitchum who is modestly quick to admit that movie actors who become record stars are freak attractions. Mitchum. in fact, seems almost embarrassed that his album, "Calypso Is Like So" — complete with a photograph of the star, a native girl and a bottle of rum — is a popular item in record stores. "You could put John Foster Dulles on a record and sell a million copies," said Mitchum in his usual don't-give-a-hang 'manner. "I've wondered how an album would do entitled, Mickey Cohen Sings 'Say It Isn't So'— "Well, the record companies don't want to hire bus boys. Whether I can sing dr not is beside the point." One music about film actors who record tunes, wrote that Mitchum "Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison" and he grunts with indifference, either studied or real. "Like singing? I don't like to do anything," he yawned. "Singing is as easy as you make it. Depends ort the time of day and what you're singing." critic, complaining "croaks" calypsos. But such observations bring only a glum shrug from the actor. Flora Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brubaker, of Hurst, Tex., are the parents of a son, named Joseph Scott, born May 20 at Fort Worth, Tex.- The mother is the former Joyce Meek. Marriage licenses were recently issued to Donald Hudson, route 1, Fraukfort, and Velda Marie Lynch, route 1, Flora; and to Clarence Arthur Allen, of Rockfield, and Frances Kaye Ferguson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Ferguson, of Bringhurst. Mrs. Nellie Pickett, route 1 Flora, and Alva Burge, route 1, Flora, have been admitted to Memorial hospital, Logansport. A budget was accepted for the 1957-58 year of the Carroll County for WATCH VOUR STEP., '^"publisher Lou Infers club at a recent meeting Levy did not care whether Mitchum had a passable voice, either. held in the home of Mrs. Mabel Bigson, just east of Flora. Plans cnum naa a passame voice, eiinei. -•«>--••• *—- —- Levy spotted him in a hotel bar for the antique show were discuss" J w r "—*• .j^^JJnt-^nfiViQ cnrviu eof fnr one day and became excited when Mitchum drawled he was back from movie locations in the West Indies "Fire Down Below" and - "Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison" •where he learned as much authentic calypso as he did dialogue. "He said why don't I do some records," said Mitchum. "So next day we started the project. He sent somebody to Trinidad to copyright tunes. I learned them from some friends of mine there. "Of course, we hati to clean up the lyrics. Most calypso is more or less salacious!" Mitchum recorded 12 calypso tunes in three evenings. But tosses his accomplishment as casually as he drops the news that this fall his independent company will produce a' from a story he wrote. Even mention the critical raves he won for ed and date of the show set for August, during Old Settlers' day at Delphi. Several antique dealers were present at the meeting. Dana (Bink) Keyes, who has been employed by the Lafayette Journal, has accepted a position as linotype operator and printer with the Delphi Journal. He will start work . June 10. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith and daughter have moved from Flora to Cincinnati, where he is now employed by General Electric. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Reynolds, of St. Louis, spent the past week with his sister, Mrs.' D. P. Williams and husband. Rev. and Mrs. Lincoln D. Staf. ford are on a 10-day trip to Philadelphia and New York City. He attended a national meeting at the Baptist church. Mrs. Fred Trapp, Mrs. Glen 0. Brown and Mrs. Dick N. Bishop have been chosen as sponsors the Sub Debs for 1957-58. Guests the past week of Mr. and Mrs. J. Floyd Wheeler were Mr. and Mrs. James Wheeler and daughter, Pamela, of Lafayette. Jeris Eikenberry, a student at Purdue, is employes for the summer vacation b^ the Helvic Moving company. ' Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Brown and George went to Orleans on Friday, May 24, and remained for a visit over the Memorial holiday with her parents. They attended an alumni banquet Saturday night. Rev. and Mrs. Lewis Deardoff and family have moved from the Bachelor Run parsonage,'southeast of here, to near North Manchester, where he has accepted a charge. On May 26 he closed his ministry with the Bachelor Run and Lower Deer Creek Church of the Brethren, near here. Mr. and Mrs. George Lee Eckerle and son, of'Moorehead, Minn., are in Flora to attend- the funeral of his mother, Mrs. William Eckerle. Guests recently of Mr. and Mrs. Royce Myer and daugiiter Dorothy were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Varner of Paris, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Vern Clingenpeel, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Myer and son; and Mr. and Mrs. Riley Beam, 'all of Kokomo; Mr. and Mrs. . Harry Clingenpeel, of Tippecanoe Lake; .Mrs. Lina Has", of Russiaville; Mrs. Pearl Mabbitt and daughter, Miss Margaret, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Myer and sons; Ronald, Jimmy, John and David, all of near Flora. Glen Oyler, executor of the Nannie Elizabeth Oyler estate and also executor of the William Ammand Oyler estate has presented final settlements of those estates, which will be examined by Carroll circuit court June 17. Members of the Carroll County Jnesters club went on a tour of the'jug Home in Flora, from a stroke True Life Adventures SEWEU-EU, A ROI7ENT OF WESTERN MEALS. Flood Loss In Oklahoma $32,044,000 Army Engineer Says Flood Control Projects Prevent More Extensive Destruction , WASHINGTON (UP)—Col. John D. Bristor of the Army engineers said today recent flood damage in Oklahoma totaled 132,044,000 direct, out-of-pocket losses. TENf EK TOP <SKOWTH, HE' BITES OFF THE KK/XSU3HES TO MAKE SHORT STUBS FOR A RETURN FOOTHOU?. wu/ibvtwl >* 1CJ "* Baum, Justice Musselman, and Miss Ruth Ayres, of Delphi. Carroll County Board .of Education postponed their meeting until June 'l 'at 1 p.m., at which time the school survey by Purdue university will be heard. Mrs. Willard Allbaugh has moved most of her household goods from the farm home east of Flora to the property on S. Division a piano number; Beverly Nicols twirled. There was a duet by the Carollees. Mrs. Marvin Nicoles pre sented a style show, featuring comedian hats. Models were Mesdames Free Clawson, Frank Loudon, J. W. Cas sell, Veral Sparks, Fred Flora, Charles Voorhees, Charles Hendrickson, and Urban Kleeman, all of Flora. Monday Evening, June 3, 1957. Minnesota May Build Nuclear Power Plant WASHINGTON (UP) - The Atomic Energy Commission announced today that the Northern States Power Co. of Minneapolis proposes to build an "advanced" nuclear power plant to cost about 21 million dollars and generate 66,000 kilowatts of electricity. The proposal was in response to the commission's third-round invi- ,tation under which private indus- inj tries would buiid atomic power Argonne National Laboratory. Northern Stales said th e plant would feed power into its main system which serves parts of Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota, and South Dakota. The proposal asks the commission to finance certain research and development work and waive charges for fuel, slightly enriched uranium, until five years after issuance of an operating permit. The plants with AEC help. One oilier rest of the research and develop ! proposal under this round has been ment cost would be borne by 1 .-..-..:..- nuc ; ear Northern States' 10 other midwest from Bristor, engineer for the Tulsa i District, told a House subcom-i'"^;.--"^"'"^;;^-^-^-,,^-^;^; utim j es known as the Central Utili- tnittee on public works the losses cccpted for contra ct negotiations I ties Atomic Power Associates. The would have been niked to <"•'-'-'' v .=.... i .-..-, ,.. ...- -.1$43,805,000 if existing flood control projects had not been operating. He added that if authorized under the previous two invitations, (group was organized for the sple street, purchased from Boyd Bich- Frances Renick and Sandra Cas- telkeimer. Mr, Allbaugh is slowly sell assisted the bride with- the improving at the Kennedy Nurs-lmany gifts. Refreshments o£ cake, Lane Home in Crawfordsville May-1 suffered 26. Lunch was served at the Shades Mr. State Park Hotel. From there a visit was made to Blanch Traery home, furnished in the primitive period, and located a few miles from Kingman. Making the trip were Mrs. Mabel Gibson, Mrs. John S. Oaks, Mrs. Fred McPherson, all of Flora; Mrs, Carlyle Kirkpatrick Mrs. Roy Moore, Mrs. Ben Been, Mrs. Roy Greggs, Bur Balser, Mrs. Harry middle of February. Mrs. Hay • Musselman went to Indianapolis where he attended a meeting of the County Auditors Assn. A shower for Mrs. Bill Cassell was held in the Flora library clubroom. The guesl-of-honor, the former Bonnie .Renick, was seated in front of a large over-hanging trellis decorated with colors of pink, green and white. Gregory Nicoles entertained with mints, nuts and punch were served to 65 guests. Hostesses were Mes-, dames Charles Hendrickson, Ur- Kleeman, Marvin Nicoles, Martin Justice, Jr. and Charles Moorehead. The Church of World Service truck was here the last of the week to pick up clothing for over- projects had been completed and in operation the direct luss would have been only $21,937,000. These losses occurred in the Red River watershed, on the Arkansas River and its tributaries in Oklahoma and Kansas, the -Cimarrpn River watershed and the Verdigris, Grand (Neosho), Illinois, Poteau and Canadian rivers. The officer said the losses estimated were direct and not secondary. They include actual physical damage to crops, buildings, homes, roads, bridges and the like. They did not include secondary losses to •businesses or losses of man hours of work prevented by floods. Rep. Emmett Byrne (R - 111.) pointed out that secondary losses, additional millions of dollars. Chairman Ed Edmondson (D- Okla.) of the subcommittee said Bristor's estimate appeared "very, very conservative," especially when actual damages are assessed. Edmondson said it appears when all crop losses are added up, damages may total around 50 million dollars. Edmondson, Byrne and Rep. James Wright (D-Texas! are attempting to assess recent flood The Minneapolis company plans to -build a power plant using an "advanced boiling water reactor" for which pioneer development work has been done by the AEC's purpose of developing and building Uie plant. Under, the AEC's invitation, th« plant should be completed by Jun« 30, 1962. ,. e TT T . jr „ IttllltliniK IU U&^iiOS J U^CJIL uuuu seas relief. Headquarters are the ' * k e r fecliveness 0 , Flora Church of the Brethren. „„ *, '„„„,, „„„,.., „,„.«,„,„. . nn ri Read the Classified Ads present flood control measures 'and make plans for prevention of future flood damages. ORIGINAL KANGAROO BAG WORMS WILL HATCH IN JUNE PROTECT YOUR EVERGRfENS with THOMPSON HAYWARD CHEMICAl CO. 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