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fen LoKansport, Indiana. Pharos-Tribune Congratulate United Press On Fiftieth Anniversary By UNITED PRESS World leaders sent the United Press their congratulations" toda/ on the 50th anniversary of its founding and expressed their appreciation of the • role • it • has played in the accurate and impartial coverage of news abound' the globe. The United Press was incorporated June 21, 1907. These are some of the messages received: ' President Eisenhower: "0 u r treeless is — and 'always has been — one of the strongest assets of our way of life. One reason the United'States has become a great nation is-that the American people have been well and truthfully informed of the tremendous news developments of our times by our newspapers' and broadcasters. Thus, our people have been able to make intelligent decisions on the . basis of facts. "A press association, such as the United Press, has an even larger role. By sending and receiving a steady stream of factual news from around the world, it performs the valuable service of participating in the general world knowledge of the truth and by so doing strengthens the free world and its peoples. "My sincere congratulations to the United Press as it celebrates its fiftieth anniversary." Premier Nobusuke KIsM O f ja. pan:"The United Press is to be congratulated on its history of half a century of service, to the principles that all peoples. . . have the right of free access to . Information, The peoples of the world have benefitted by the dedicated efforts of your news agency to this ideal." Chancellor Konrad Adenauer of West Germany: ".. .Extend my Pearliest best wishes to the United Press on its 50th anniversary. As one of the great news agencies urday evening at Memorial Hall. The township Fair board is sponsoring a chicken barbeque a't Memorial Hall in Twelve Mile, Saturday evening, June 29, from 5 to 8.. Tickets are -how available through members of the committee and a business place in the townships. Bernard Fr.ohreich, Ad- amsbor.o, is chairman of the ticket committee. Proceeds of the event Mail .be used to help pay the expenses- <jf the 4-H Fair to be held here .August 5 through 10th. Home Demonstration club meeting has been postponed until Thursday, June 27, instead of the regular date because of deaths in the com- miinityl lions club will entertain their ladles, Tuesday evening, June 25 at the Ben Hur in Logansport. New officers will be installed. They are making plans for a Little League tournament to be held July 4th. Lioness club members will assist them in operating concession stands. A youth dance originally scheduled at Memorial Hall, Friday evening, has • been indefinitely postponed because of numerous community commitments. Girl Scouts are planning a five mile hike for their meeting next week. Brownies will meet at Memorial Hall at 2:00 Friday afternoon, July 5th. If weather permits, the group will hike to the home of Mrs. Jcane Grable and back to will also have Eye Test for Motorists to Begin July 1 Ihose Unable to Pass Examination Will Not Be Permitted to Renew Licenses INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Motor Vehicles Commissioner Robert L. McMahan revealed today that eye- testing, instruments manned by license bureau personnel will be used beginning July .1. to weed out motorists who can't see well enough to drive on Hoosier highways. . McMahan announced the testing procedure in a stiff new examining program ordered by the 1957 Legislature, at a news conference in Governor Handley's office. He said thousands of motorists now traveling Hoosier streets and highways will fail to pass the test and thus lose their bids to renew licenses. It will mean grounding motorists considered potential accident-makers. The eye-testing instruments, costing $215 each, will be installed In most license branches around the sta'te by' July 1, with the smaller branches adding the equipment within a month. 2 Per Cent Surveyed Fall The tests will show, McMahan said, whether a motorist seeking renewal of his license needs glasses in order to drive. They also will show, he added, whether a driver's eyes are so poor he cannot even hope to have his vision improved enough with for a GETSEAGLE AWARD Tommy Brown, 14 year old son o Mr/ and Mrs. Fred A. Brown, 619 Miles street, will receive the Eagle Scout award at ceremonies this evening at Camp Buffalo. He is now junior • assistant scoutmaster of Troop 5 of Ninth street Christian church and is vice-president • am director of Christian Fellowship a the church. A sophomore in Lo gansport high school he is also Scout Gets Charter Ninety .persons attended the Onward Grange meeting Thursday night at the '.Grange hall, where guests were present from Deacon and Pinhook granges. In presentation of a charter to he newly-accepted Onward troop of the Boy Scouts of America, Central District chairman J. W. Wagner introduced District Assistant Commissioner Brubaker, who iresented the charter to Worthy faster Ronald Frantz. ScoutmaS' ter Carl Wilson accepted the charter from Frantz: In the meeting, at which Worthy Master Ronald Frantz presided, Mrs. Coretta Seward of the Deacon ?range presented the following Father's Day program: Solo-Rose Harness; Monologue - Irene Harness; Trio - Irene, Rose and Phyl. Us Harness; Solo - Veronica Plank; a make-up contest consisting o six Onward men who were made up by their wives. Winners in the event were Gordon Little, bes make-up, and Ronald Frantz poorest make-up, Harry Wilson was reported 111. Corwin Wilson won the dairy rga an amateur show. I! weather does not permit, the amateur show will be held at Memorial Hall. , . Progress on the medical build-! ,fr? : .. ing has been slow because of tho! McM aha" said a survey in weather, and the fact that windows i Hammond showed that as many and doors have not yet arrived i as two ? er cent of a11 ' ' Sand was hauled for the building Saturday, and it is hoped that more blocks may be laid this Sat- could not qualify for a license, even with the help of glasses. Persons who need glasses for urday. McGrow has been engaged' drlvln « will be given restricted 11- to drill a well for the building and' ccnses requiring that they wear is expected to start on the fatter them while at tne wne el. part of this week. McGrew has also been engaged to drill a well *•*> VI Ik. VI VIIV, £,t^.UL 1JV>FT.3 M^i;i.V,lC.» - , -. • t -1 in the world, the United Press has , f °L, Memt) rial Hall. served the ideal of accurate news I F " ne / fl l services were hold this reporting. Fifty years is only a i r ek j or J ' T. Sullivan and W1I- •beginning. May the next fifty be Iia ™ Hoover boUi of Twelve Mile, just as successful!" Members of the Bethlehem Women s Society of Christian Service held a short business meeting at the home of Rev. and Mrs. August Lundquist Thursday afternoon, before making a trip to Logansport for a tour of the buildings and grounds of Longcliff. Mrs. Everett Smith acted as hostess. A committee of the society also visited the patient recently adopted by the group and presented her with a plant and other gifts. A son, Max Robert, .was born Sunday evening, June 16 to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Richter, Wk Kast Second street, Peru, at Dukes hospital. The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Himpler. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hinkle and Pope Plus XII, through the Vatican secretariat of state: "On the occasion 'of the golden jubilee of the United Press, the Holy Father extends his felicitations to you, to the directors, staff and collaborators of the organization." Twelve Mile Sunday evening, June. 23, instead of Council of Churches worship service, children who have been attending Bible School will present their closing program at the .Bethlehem Methodist church at 7:30. It is planned that the children will enjoy a picnic Friday following: daughter, Mrs. Gilbert Hedges and classes. A missionary offering was ' ' ' ' ' taken Thursday for the World Relief Committee. Through a change in seating arrangement for the program Sunday evening, it Is believed that there will be sufficient wanting to attend. attendance 1 at ' the room for all The average Bible School so far, has been 1C>7. The combined Youth Group of the five churches are planning a picnic and wiener roast at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson for Saturday evening, June 29. Richard Reahard gave an inspirational devotional talk on the need for young workers In mission fields, at their meeting last Sat- STATE Of INDTANA) COUNTV OV CAHH )' ' IN TIIK CASH CIRCUIT COURT -April TKRM, J1IB7 NOTICIO OK AIIMININ'I'HATIO.V Xotkft IM hurcby Klvun t^hiu Tho yarmurH *. .M«ri:]mnl.H HUU'i Hunk TVIIM. on ixth rtuy of .Turin, lrtr,7, it|t- polntotj Kxiioutor of Uiu Ijiihr Will ftml Testament of Foro.it G. BlHli, deceased, All jibruomi tiiivliiK cliilmn a- Kiilnat Hatd oHtato, wh'sthfir ur not now duo, muni fll<: the Miimo In mild court within nix (6) niuMtliti from thft rliitt) of tho flrftt ijul»llc[i- tlun of Ihl.i notion or «uief clulrnn will lju fortivtr ttjirni'l. I>ttt«d at I^oKannporl, Indiana, thin 20th day of Juno, lar,7. Illlxiilxilh Illckcr Ol«rk of. Old (JtruuU (.'ourl for f;a»ti Couniy, Indiana Myorn & MolUjuo 212 Fourth Hired. liotfariBpftrt, Indiana Attnrnfly for Kittato Linda and Larry, visited for a week with their son and brother, Loren Hinkle and family, at Chat- anooga, Tennessee. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Dungan and Roy Moore, of MooresviHc, Missouri, visited friends and relatives here last week. Written examinations on "rules of the road" also will be given every driver who applies for renewal of his permit. A driver must answer correctly 7 out of 10 questions on the exam to pass. If he fails, he gets a second chance later. McMahan said the purpose of the written exams is not to take drivers off the roads but Lo educate them in driving rules. The eye-testing instruments will be in every county seat license branch 'by Ju'.y 1 and in every bureau which issues as many as 5,000 permits a year. By Aug. 1, the smaller branches will have the equipment in use. Cautious in Estimate McMahan was cautious in estimating the number of drivers who might lose their rights because of eyesight. He said lie could only 'guess" and bhat the guess was >ased on the results of the Hammond survey. The program will b« the first TO ATTEND WSG WEEKEND Attending Wesltyan Service Guild weekend Saturday and Sunday at Epworth forest on Lake Webster, North Webster, Indiana, will be Roscva Martin, Mabel Eshclman, Nola Webster, Eileen Hill, Lillian Hinkle, Stella Reynolds, Edith Mycr, Aklu Byrt, Indiana Davidson, Mary Felkcr, Edith Ayres and Martha Mohaffle, all from tiie Margaret Haddock chapter, Market street Methodist' church. TIPTON JJUKEAU MEETS WALTON — Tipton Township Farm Bureau met at the township grada school building. Mrs. Arthur Arnott was speaker of the evening. Gifts were presented to Dc-lbert Shopc, the oldest father, and Maurice Frcshour, the youngest fathnr. Read the Classified Ads WATER BILLS •u'j^y* *'''*•—— 4 WASHINGTON »|>u;:ruw tulieu n Mrlnli at a public fountain vvJiil* hto buddy wait* turn. If* tho heat, (international BouwlvliotoJ the God and Country Scout award. (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving) re-examination of all drivers in Indiana history, and the first examination of any kind for most of an estimated 1,200,000 drivers more than 35 years old. Those motorists got their licenses before the first examination law became effective in 1938. Training of branch personnel to handle the testing program began today and will continue through next week. In the past, only eye charts have been used in examining drivers with obvious or stated eflects. Branch personnel giving the tests will receive five cents for each license issued. Winamac Don Boulden of Winamac, Thomas Varga of Lafayette and Gus Suffella of Detroit spent last week in Minnesota on a fishing trip. Mrs. Don Boulden accompanied them to Madison, Wis., where she visited in the home of her brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Tiede. Fred Shultz of Star City was brought by plane from Mayo hospital Wednesday and is in a critical condition at Memorial hospital, Logansport. Mrs. M. A. RockhiH and Miss Laura Hadley of Warsaw spent Thursday with their sister Mrs. J. N. Dill. Mr. and 'Mrs. Marion Skinner of Harrison township and Elkhart nrc the parents of a daughter, Nyln Leona, born June 17 at Elkhnrt general hospital. Their little son, Stanley, is staying with his grand- Onward business places. 'Surprise packages were won b; Ida Dechdol, and George Cabiness Helen Garber and Jay Clem wi buy the packages for the nex mealing. The following persons were as signed to the refreshments com mittee for the next meeting: .Mr and Mrs. George Hopper, Mr. an Mrs. Virgil Bore, Mr. and Mrs eorge Julian, Mary Julian and ack and Jim Williams. Mr.and.Mrs. Ronald Frantz will e in charge of the coming session, *ich will feature a patriotic pro;ram. tuilding Permits ssued to 4 Persons Four building permits, three for ew garages, were issued Friday iy the commissioner. Fritz Beckman plans to spend 225 to erect a new flue on the esidence at 928 Seventeenth street. The garages will.be constructed iy Robert Nelson, $1000 at 2531 George street and 2525 George itreet; and Lester Adair $300 at 117 Washington street. NAME CLASH SAN DIEGO, Calif. - The Warner Brothers movie firm chartered a San Diego clipper for use off the "•alapagos Islands in making a picture. Name of the ship is "Paramount." 409-415 E. BROADWAY Friday Evening, June 21, 193T. Life Underwriters Select Otterman As New President Warren C. Otterman, city, was elected president of the Logansport Life_ Underwriters Association for the' coming year at a luncheon meeting held at the -Holiday Inn in Monticello. The other officers elected were Frank Folio, first vice-president, Myron Gould, Monticello, second vice-president and Victor Underwood, secretary-treasurer. 'The principal speaker of the meeting was Judge Russell Gordon, Monticello, the circuit court of White county. Judge Gordon mentioned the high cost of .state settlement, and stressed the importance of having sufficient liquic assets which can usually be bes' provided by life insurance. John Schmidt, city, vice president of the Indiana Life Underwriters Association, told the mem. bers that Indiana ranked llth among the states, with a 9.S per cent increase over last year. , President Tom Crowe conducted the meeting and presented the following awards: "The Insurance Salesman's All-Star Honor Roll" to Floyd Foreman; Indiana Leader's Club certificates to Clyde Biddinger, Richard Elliott, Richard McDonald, Harry Huston, Floyd Foreman, Herb Crockett, Maurice Winn, Maurice Ligo, Donald Willy and Ralph Reagon. National Quality Award certificates were presented to Eugene Biickenstaff, John Schmidt, Victor Smith, Francis Wilson, Clyde Biddinger, Lester Crabbs, Richard Elliott, Lee Kantzer, Richard McDonald, Harry Huston, Floyd Foreman and William Kurz. Read the Classified Ads parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Skin ner, while his mother is in the hos pital. Susan Gardner, daughter of M and Mrs. Kenneth Gardner of Wii nmac, underwent a tonsilectomy a Carneal hospital on Tuesday. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs Grover Mlnix of Denham on Jun 15 at Carneal hospital. A son was born June 15, to Mi and Mrs. Jesse Sanchez of North j Judson at Carncnl hospital. « Neil Pankow suffered a paralytic stroke Wednesday evening at his home on Burson street and remains in a semi-conscious condition. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Peters and children and Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Peters will spend the weekend ut Peoria, 111., visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Masters, | Mrs. Ed Zellers of Winamac and Mrs. Walter Gltzoff of North Judson are patients at Carneal hospital for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ryan received word of the death of a close friend, Ashley Swindell, of Anderson. Michael Jordon, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Jordon'of Winamac, underwent a tonsllleclomy at Carneal hospital Monday. Take your Newspaper WITH YOU and have when you have your hometown newspaper with you on your vacation! Whatever your interest you'll find something about it in your newspaper . . . International affairs, local happenings, sports, comics, features for men and women—In fact, something for the whole family! Don't miss all this exciting and worthwhile reading material while you are away. Plan to have the Pharos-Tribune delivered to you on your vacation. 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