Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 10, 1957 · Page 33
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Monday Evening, June 10, 1937. Pro-western Forces Win In Lebanon Results of Election Is Another Setback for Egyptian-Syrian Axis By UNITED PRESS Premier Sarni El Solh of Lebanon and his pro-Western government won a major parliamentary election victory .today that further isolated th e Egyptian-Syrian axis from the other Arab nations. Election of nearly all the government candidates in the Sunday balloting was seen in Lebanon as a rejection of leftist political attempts to tie Lebanon to Syria and Egypt. The balloting was for 22 of the 66 seats at stake in the one-house legislature. Toe remainder will be decided in elections each 'A the following three Sundays. Belief thai. Lebanon was moving away from Syria and Egypt vtas heightened by a message from Lebanese President Camile Cha- rnoun to King Hussein of Jordan and King Saud of Saudi Arabia in Amman asking God's guidance in achieving Arab aims. The Saud visi'. to Jordan was expected to wean Hussein further ST. JAMES LUTHERAN CHURCH FIRST COMMUNION CLASS i4-H News Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Thirteen The Willing Workers 4-H club of Jefferson- township will meet Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 •<>• clock at the Lake Cicott school Members are asked to bring record books. Clinton township Clymerettes 4-H club convened Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. John Justice with the club leaders, Mrs. William Heckard and Mrs. Justice in charge. Members answered roil call by naming their favorite sport preceding club pledges led by Pat Hicks and Sharon Leazenby. Carol Carson gave the Health and Safety report and stressed the importance of good grooming. A discussion was held on -various members going to Noble townshhip for the judging school June llth preceding demonstrations given by Karen Bollinger on baking a loaf, cake, Pat Hicks on measuring ingredients and Betty Lacey on summer salads. Phyllis Hall demonstrated on Jello dessert salads. Elaine Sailors, vice-president, dismissed the meeting and refreshments were served by the hostess on the lawn to the 28 members and following guests: Mesdames Elmer Chambers, Lucille Nicholson, Dorothy fOR FATHER'S DAY Give Him the Gift he will appreciate most A New Electric Shaver We Have the Five Top Shavers in America •*• SUNBEAM "GOLDEN GilDE" if REMINGTON "ROLLEIECTRIC" •*• SCHICK "25" if RONSON "66" if NORELCO The Saud visi'. to Jordan was ' (Raybcss-Burgman rnoto—I'liaros-irioune jiiiBiaviii S .» HickSj Lucille Nicholson, Di expected to wean Hussein further Eighth grade graduates who were confirmed May 26lh received their first communion June 2 at the St. James Lutheran church. The' Tavlor an jj jf er i Homburg. from Egypt's President Gamal Con fj rma tj 0 n concluded a two-year training period taking the group into the church as members and entitling them to join the young people's Abdel Nasser although there has | or( / an | za tion, the Walther League. Travel over U. S. highways been no official statement that the old Arab alliance had been broken or badly bent. Egypt's semi - official Middle East News Agency indicated a worsening of Egyptian-Jordan relations today with a dispatch from Beirut accusing Jordan of expelling two Egyptian officials in a FAIRBAULT, Minn. (UP)—Sen. "military plot." ,J Hubert Humphrey (D-Minn.) has »fa. Pr :iSS«K 1 S.ffl fr-ned America's food surpluses Pact nations for "conspiring" to the "most powerful instrument (,or change the present leftwing Syrian |,, eace existing in the world today." regime and predicted failure of all j JlurT)p hrey, in a talk at a farm- "MOSWW Radio also attacked thJ*"' P«nic Sunday, urged that-sur- Baghdad Pact and broadcast at | plus food and fiber be used in sup- dictation-specd to the Middle East;port of U.S. foreign policy, an Izvestia editorial declaring that He said food can be used by the the five-power pact is "an instru-| United States as the basis of a ment of American imperialism." foreign economic policy that would aid American business, American farmers and American foreign organzaon, e . Shown above, first row, left to right, are: Karen Schumacher, John McCammon, Larry Lee Bowyer, Joseph L. Smith, Ed Closann, Carol Gerni and Ihe Rev. Alfred Gernl; second row: Carol Johnson, Joline Bailey, Nancy Drompp, Craig Porter, Georgia Ann Miller, Sue Martin and Barbara Long. Travel over U. S. highways average a million miles every minute of the day, according to the American Peu-oleum Institute. Says Food Surplus Instrument of Peace Four From Cass Receive Degrees Four Cass County students were among the 831 students who received degrees at Indiana State Teachers College's With commencement exercises Sunday. Dr. Itaieigh W. Holmstedt, president of the college, delivered the principal address. The students from Logansport receiving degree are: Master of Science, Richard Eugene Wilbanks; Bachelor of Science degree, Mrs. Lurcttta Perrone Oneal, 1120 Erie avenue; Jack IXiane Smith, :W> Lynas street; and Miss Diana Catherine Kutch, 301 Walnut street, Walton, Bachelor of Science. I policy. JtUBBER WORKERS STRIKE INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — About 1 200 workers walked out of the U.S. Rubber Co. plant Sunday night after the failure of weeks of negotiations. The strikers are production and maintenance workers of the United Rubber Workers Union KlUJil) IN KENTUCKY SALT UCK, Ky. (UP)—Danie Skaggs, 30, Indianapolis, wan one of two men killed Sunday night in a collision on U.S. 60 four miles cast of here. The other victim was Kdward Burrows, 19, Clcarfield Ky. _ MOHLMAN'S that every bride can have the diamond wedding set of her drcamsl Two beautiful versions are these - one with channel-»et •gem* to create an unbroken li the other with jtrinll diamond* in an «xcjiuwlc morquitc setting. Price* include Federal tax USE MOHLMAN'S BUDGET PLAN Pay Weekly—Take a Year to Pay MOHLMANS 309 FOURTH STREET OKKA VHUtriK. CfMtmr ICE CUBES WITHOUT TRAYS! GAS Com/tan if , FULL 10-YEAR WARRANTY! > » t Only the GAS REFRIGERATOR has No Moving Parts AUTOMATIC DEFROSTING! in its Freezing System Stays Silent! Lasts Longer! W« will trade in any old Electric Shaver on a SUNBEAM GOIDEN GUDE $28.95 LESS $8.50 Trade-In SCHICK "25" IN COLORS $29-50 Special Price REMINGTON ROLLELECTRIC $31.50 LESS $8.50 Trade-in RONSON "66" WITH SUPEH TRIM $28.50 LESS $8.50 Trade-in NORELCO DOUBLE HEADER Timberlake's Gift Shop Hundreds of Beautiful Gifts to Chooso from for Father's Day . Father's Day JUNE 16 Dad will practically live,in these coo! gifts all summer long . . . for wash, dress or play! They ere made by the leading manufacturers and are styled by leading designers .... you can find a practical, wanted and smart gift for POP from our large selection. Stop in soon. • PAJAMAS for lounging or sleeping $3.95 and $4.95 • NECKWEAR by Suparba and Cavalier Regular or »quaro ond» $1.50 HICXOK AND SIRE BELTS leather or elaaltc . .. from $1.50 • WASHABLE ROBES cotton, seersucker or terry from $4.95 . . . AND ALL THESE FINE GIFTS TO CHOOSE FROM JARMAN SHOES MANHATTAN SHIRTS GULFSTREAM SLACKS INTERWOVEN SOCKS B. V. D. SPORT SHIRTS COOPER'S JOCKEY UNDERWEAR RESISTOL AND ADAM HATS SHIELD'S JEWELRY LEE WORK CLOTHES ELASTI-GLASS RAINCOATS 3 13-315 Market Street AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR SHOPPING COMFORT WIN! $ 75,000 Puritan Father's Day Festival • n Dojr Trip t» tmnf • MoWU Mom. Wofkil • Admiral TortoM* TV • Wolrc* Sw«at«r Itklira Rwfc r ' • Horublc T. V. • Y;ilc> Home Workibop, pluf man Or«»n»f»ldor'» ««A«AHTMS AT LI AST OH« WINKER COM Ull MT M In*? M«ik

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