Logansport Pharos Tribune, May 29, 1960

Logansport Pharos Tribune

May 29, 1960

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Logansport Pharos-Tribune (Newspaper) - May 29, 1960, Logansport, Indiana IQWORT PUBLIC LIBRARY Already At 150 INDEX Bv THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Traffic Boating Drowning Miscellaneous Total 106 19 141 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The death toll on the nation's highways climbed steadily Satur- day as millions of pleasure-seek- ers took to the road for the year's first summertime holiday. Although few of the accidents resulted in more than one fatality the early toll mounted at a rate sharply higher than during the 1958 Memorial holiday when a when-the holiday ends- Favorable weather over most of the country was a factor that con- tributed to .an outpouring of mil- lions of. cars on the nation's high- ways. The council estimated nearly al' .the 73 million automobiles in be'lost up to. midnight Monday I the country will on the move record 371 deaths were counted. As the three-day period passed the one-third.mark traffic deaths were running -more-than 25 per cent higher, than, the 1958 rate The National Safety Council es- timated before the start of the present holiday tha't'375 lives may Today's Pharos Tribune and Press Contains 20 at some-time during the 78-hour pages and magazine sec- holiday period that commenced! tion. THE SUNDAY LOGANSPORT PRESS THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UNITED PRESS LOGANSPORT, INDIANA, SUNDAY, MAY 29, 1960. ALL PHONES 4141 PRICE TEN CENTS XPLAINS ALL Harmon Is Willing Jo Run for President NORTH VERNON, Ind. The man who brought the front porch into the public eye said Sat- urday he's "ready, willing and- able" to be a candidate for Presi- dent. Randall S. Harmon (D-Ind) told a radio audience in his hometown here if all works here he smiled a might even make North Vernon his national headquarters. 7th Day Of Earthquakes SANTIAGO, Chile quakes battered this tortured country for the seventh consec- utive dav Saturday. Relief oper- UU J 1 luuaj ations continued despite students'to be graduated are: weather heralding the approach j Harry Mackey Dahl, president; John 'Donaldson Brookmeyer, 253 LHS Graduates This Year The complete list of 253 gradu- ating seniors at Logansport high school has been announced by principal J. Harold Mertz. These MOSCOW, Khrush-lthe nation one. 20-min- chev told the Soviet people Satur- day the Americans need to be taken down two- The Soviet Premier softened his tone, however, in blaming Presi- dent Eisenhower and "American j hotheads" for wrecking the. Paris I summit conference, and said he will be ready to talk" at the sum- mit again in six or eight months. He indicated that next time the talks are to begin .he wants to see Red India, .Indonesia ute-.break-lasted. three His immediate "audience was made up ot Communist labor brigade leaders, meeting. in the Kremlin. These pace-setting.shock workers, whom Khrushchev called pioneers of the him as "the foremost shock .work- ei of. Communist labor." The .Premier read, his speech calmly. His -gestures were mild. Covers All Points .at 6 p- m. Friday local time andj ends at midnight Monday. For comparative purposes Associated Press: ran a 78-hour nonholiday survey' ,of traffic deaths from 6 p. m. Friday, May 13, until midnight Monday, May 16. During.that period-there we're 33 traffic more than the council estimated fora typical nonholiday period at this time of year. At Milwaukee, Wis., a .Lake Michigan steamer crashed into a in thick fog jas it set out for a holiday cruise to Muskegon, Mich; There were'no fatalities but 14 of the 375 passengers were injured, none seriously. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The death toll in Indiana's holi- day weekend traffic rose to six. Saturday.. 154 PayTo Swim At Opening Of Pool Cool air kept the opening day attendance ..at the city swimming pool from' being auspicious, .but with warmer weather expected, the pool will be more popular, the management feels. Yesterday 151 children and three adults paid in. Eleven signed up for. swimming courses. 'Left-Go' Program Ann Landers, page 13. A SUCCESS _. i Bridge Column, page IS. Building page, 7. "Let's Go Logansport" Days Classified pages 18, 19. were termed successful Saturday Comics, pages 16, 17. j evening by local merchants fol- Crosswords, pages 2, 19. lowing the conclusion of the-three- Editorial page. 4. Golden Years, page 20. Picture page, 11. Sports, pages 8, 9. Society, pages 12, 13. Teen Corner, page 2. This Changing World j page 19. TV and Radio, pages. 5, 6. Young Folks page, 14. Assail Kishi far Not Quitting Office TOKYO of Japan's most powerful newspapers bitter- ly denounced Sunday Prime Min- day-event.1 This year's program 'attracted thousands of shoppers into the downtow.n. district. M.Ty old-timers said the crowds were the largest they had ever seen downtown. The Chamber of-Commerce con- cluded the program at 5 p.m. Saturday by awarding a new car. No name was on the winning tic- ket, but its number was 252809 The holder of this ticket has until noon Wednesday to present it at the Chamber office. In Former Logansport Resident Bernadine Graney, of Panorama' City, Calif, and former resident of Logansport, died Saturday morning in California. She was employed as a graduate 'nurse at St Vincent's hospital in Panorama- City. She was a former employe at St. Joseph's hospital in Logansport. Survivors include one sister, Mrs. Gertrude Arthur, of Califor- nia; one brother, Paul D., of Cal- ifornia and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held at 9 a.m Tuesday at St Geneva's day. Merchants brought their bargains -onto the sidewalks for leftwing criticism of his U.S. policy and the grave political area'. 6. r Another outstanding feature of was military displays on Friday. A -carnival with ten rides and a fun house kept the Another drawing will be held in San Fernando. Burial the car is not claimed. wili be in Mission cemetery. Most popular part of the pro- gram was "Old Fashion Side-1 walk which w.as held each ister Nobusuke Kishi's intention to i crisis it has generated. MeefToTafceSfodc Of Russian Attitude WASHINGTON (AP) Foreign .ministers of the United States. Britain and France'will" meet here. The pool will be open today and! next week to assess Soviet- inten- Monday from.l to 6 to 9, the schedule which is to "be main- tained during the season. tions and discuss future strategy in the light of the summit con- ference failure. youngsters occupied parents shopped. while the Parade, Program Monday FREE MINISTER __ MONTGOMERY, Ala. activities.' Patriotic organizations in'Cass county -will pay tribute Monday to the war dead during Memorial all-white jury late Saturday ac- quitted the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. on a charge of perjury growing out of his state income i tax returns. and perhaps'other Asian nations! But point by point he covered students will receive diplomas during commencement exercises at 8 p.m. Wednesday in. Berry Bowl. At the time a number of at the "With only four participants at immit, we cannot solve all he said, refer- ring to problems of the Far East as well as disarmament, and Ger- arships will be awarded, and the class valedictorian and saluta-1 sajd in a natiomvide tonan will be named. Supt. hg Charles Sharp will be ,n charge, of awarding of diplomas American monopolists, militarists Baccalaureate will be held at TT c fnrpipr, 4 p.m. of winter. The Taitad Peninsula, wild area about 500 miles south of the main disaster centers of Valdivia and Puerto Montt, was hit by a quake. Valdivia itself, a city of people almost half in ruins foreign policy have other aims- Where Ike Is Headed! "The road to hell is paved with Nelson, William Porter Elliott, Jr., treasurer; Marilyn Jane Adams, Robert Lawrence .Adams, Anna Rosa Allen, Terry Anderson, Raymond also by a tremor. _ Leo. Ruthellen Ashley, There were no reports of new s Beltsy Jane "Bailey, "Michael damage. j Francis Baker, Charles Stuart Santiago was also shaken Brjan Joseph Barnes. a jolt during the night. Fred R. Barnes, Thomas oned at 3.000, but an accurate j rett, Gloria Ann count may not be possible for weeks. Officials predicted it cer: tainly would be higher, perhaps 5; The ill and injured are beyond reckoning as of now. Two million in southern Chile are homeless and short of necessities. Damage is nearing a billion dollars. Despite the bad weather, planes flew food, clothing, blankets, med- icine and medical personnel to the stricken areas. Light planes joined in helping the 54 Globe- masters used in an emergency U.S. airlift. The small craft reached places inaccessible to the big cargo planes. Evelyn Miller Dies Suddenly JOnn JJUudiUauil vice-president; Larry Robert good mtentions and he (E.senhow- v er) will really get Khrush- chev said. Sarcastically the Soviet leader commented: knows President o.f the United States has two duties: is to.play- golf and .the second is to be Presi- dent, is more im- portant-" Khrushchev wrapped up Soviet views of the U2 spy case, collapse of the Paris summit conference and related issues in a report to WEATHER "cloudy scattered showers southwest and extreme west portions Sunday afternoon or night. Monday cloudy with scat- tered showers likely north and The death toll so far is reck- Charles Barnes, Charles E. Bar- Larry George Bender, Jerry Lee Black, Robert Leon Blume, .John Alfred Boatman, Glen William Bodinson, Nancy Ann Bookwalter, Larry R.- Boughton, Linda Jean Briden- baugh, Alton Brigance, Tommy Bob Brown, Mary Kay Donald Robert Buck, Franklin Louis Bulick. William W. Bundy, Linda Kay Burkit, Barbara Burnett, Freder- ick Harry Burrows, Duane'Alan and thundershowers iike. Cable, Patrick Joseph Cain, Bonnie Lou Caldwell, Linda Campbell, Richard W. Carroll, Carole Ann Carson, Robert Wil- liam Champion, Bill Cohee, Mar- vin Woodrow Cole, Annette Marie Cooper, Bette Jayne Corcoran, Elizabeth Jane Corcoran. Charles Dean Cornelius, James M. Comer, Anna Marie Courtad, Donald Leroy Cowell, Patricia L. Cripe, Louis ,H. Dailey, Gerry Lee Mrs. Evelyn Miller, died sud-! Daniels, James Milton David, denly Saturday night of a heart'" attack at her home, 104H West Linden. She was born Aug. 24, L904, at Findlay, Ohio, the daughter of Fred and Effie Foltz Hartman. Her marriage was Aug. 30, 1924, to Wayne Miller, at Lafayette, and he survives. Also surviving are two daugh- ters, Doris Miller, at home; Mrs. Barbara Sullivan, Highland Park, j Mich.; a son, James, "of "Howell, j Mich.; two sisters, Miss Gla'dys Hartman, and Mrs. Edna Hunt, both of Lafayette; three broth- ers, Dwight and Carl, of Lafay- ette; and Fred, Jr., of Kokomo; and the father, Fred Hartman, Alerie Davis, Barbara Ann Davis, Rose Marie Davis, Sharol Gail Denny, Richard Allen Dial, Mich- ael S. Dixon, Carol Lynne Doug- las; Albert Jan Douwes, Elinore Louise Drompp. Jennie Ann? Drompp, Bunny Louisa Easter, Julie K. Easter- day, Clifford E.; .Ellis, Patricia Louise Emmerd, Linda Kay Sylvia A. Fair- Jane Ann Fellers, Gloria. Fettig, Laudine Frances Douglass B. Forgey, James K: Foster. Richard William Fox. Ronald Fritts, Norman Frohreich. Robert Eugene Gast, Rosemary Gear, Jean Susan George, Gene Ray ly south. Not much change in temperatures, Indiana Partial clearing and somewhat warmer Sunday. Mon- every issue he" had raised in speeches before, during and after the meeting in Paris except that he omitted hammering on thej question of a peace treaty with Communist East Germany.- There were these" additions: 1. Development of the rocket that Khrushchev said downed U-S. pilot Francis G. Powers' high-fly- ing Lockheed U2 has undermined the entire U-S. bomber strategy, placing all invading planes within readi of similar weapons. 2. Production of Soviet rockets- billed to take up the slack in a cut in the manpower of the-armed being reduced: "We have already suspended the pro- duction of some, types, of rockets -and put a brake-on. the production of they are not cucum- bers, they only so. many are necessary .to re- pulse" aggression." Through With Ike Though he "has the impression" that Eisenhower wants peace, Khrushchev made it clean again that he does not want to negotiate with him. Without specifically saying so, he indicated he also had a thorough dislike for Vice Presi- dent Richard M. Nixon. He par- ticularly blamed Nixon for sup- porting Secretary of State Chris- tian A. Herter and Undersecreta-. ry of State Douglas Dillon for intelligence after the Local Boy Shot In Florida Included in Monday's activities parade and services at Mt. Hope cemetery. roe Memorial hospital at a.m. Saturday. The truck driver left the scene without disclos- ing his name, but sheriff's deputies later arrested R. E. Wil- liams, Jr., of Live Oak, Fla., as the driver. Crockett's Jean Shaffer, polis. Williams admitted driving Crockett to the hospital, but said he left the scene because he was on parole and has a record of 22 arrests. Officers held Williams i during investigation, but later indicated he would not be mother, Norma lives at Indiana- A Logansport teenager was listed in critical condition Satur- day night at an Ocala, Florida, hospital, where he was taken early in the morning, with a bullet wound in his head. Robert Edwin Crockett, 17, whose grandmother, Mrs. Elva resides at 1907 Michigan avenue, was dumped from a pickup truck in front of the Mon- Saw Sub In _____. ,_.. i. charged Jn the-shooting. HOUSTON, Tex. The bullet which struck Crock- ton seaman started a search- for j was apparently fired from out- a reported submarine in the Mis- side {he truck. A" bullet hole was sissippi River near Baton Rouge, -m the right rear of the La. truck's cab behind the passenger Charles Guillory, 33, chief mate position, aboard the tanker R- P- Smith, said Saturday he was the in- three months ago and went All graves of veterans in Cass county have already been decorat- ed in observance of Memorial Day. The American Legion Sunday decorated rural graves of World War I and E and Korea veterans. The Legion toured Mt. Hope 'cemetery Wednesday. Meanwhile the VFW all last week decorated graves of Spanish- American and Civil War veterans. Mt. Hope graves were decorated Saturday. The Memorial Day parade will to i begin at 10 a.m., from Seventh Florida seeking employment, his and Broadway. Consisting of four With Walton People Williams told officers, he picked dividual who spotted the mystery up Crockett, at Apopka. Crockett, object Thursday. wno was using his mother's name I JjT "I followed it through binoculars j of Shaffer, while in grandmother said. He was em- ployed with a swimming pool builder there. His mother flew to Florida from Indianapolis yesterday. Children Kill Abusive Dad VINCENNES, Ind. (AP) A pretty blonde girl graduate told police -her -younger ...sister and brother helped her beat'their step- father to Saturday in the climax of a long feud. A bloody poker grate shaker and butcher knife were found near the body of George Albert Willi- ams, 40, a mirror factory worker, in the yard of his home five miles south of Vincennes. Sheriff Hugh Williams said the stepchildren, Marjorie Donovan, and Robert, 13, statements admitting the about 20 he said. hitchhiking back to In-j oeating and reporting Willi- did the pilot aboard, a man named diana. He had been, staying nad threatened to kill them (R. L) Reichter-" Goldenrod, with Mr. and Mrs. a -ght of drunken abuse. _ HiT _ F______ llf_lj Guillory said he notified McGuire, of near teen.agers were held with- __ ,i i i___! ii'lir, timr-n what he called cold war speeches in advance of the summit meet- ing. He brought applause and laugh- ter from the labor delegates-when day mostly cloudy scattered show-) he quoted Nixon as saying the So- ers. and thundershowers likely viet Union should apologize for south some showers likely north. Not much change in temperatures Monday. Lower Michigan: Sunday partly cloudy north, partly cloudy to cloudy south. Not much tempera- ture change. High generally in the 60s- and 70s in the extreme north- Ohio: Mostly cloudy with a few thundershowers Sunday and not much temperature change. High mostly in te 70s- Kentucky: Mostly cloudy with a few showers likely Sunday and not much temperature change- High 75-85., breaking up the summit confer- ence. No Paper Monday Night Jues. A.M, Because of the Memor- jal Day holiday, there will be no issue of the Pharos-Tribune on Mon- day evening, and no is- of The Press on Tues- day morning, '_, docked at Baton Rouge. 'They acted as if I was an odd- i him, said she believed he had be- ball" he said- "Then they finally I come homesick and started hitch- took a long statement from me." j hiking home The McGuires re- _ cently returned' to Indiana and Guillory saia he entered the sub-1 sighting m the ship slog. !neighbors. "At p-m. Thursday I wasj told officers that a few on the he said. "There's miies nortn Of Qcala the boy no doubt in my mind it was a grayed him and said, "take me submarine. I've, seen enough a hospital. I've been shot." our subs around Key West." i Williams said he took Crockett Guillory said he was so amazed i to the' hospital but didn't stay at seeing a submarine trailing "his! because of his past record. Wil- ship was afraid to say anything liams was traced by the license at first." j plate on the truck, supplied by a Witness. Bullet Hole in Truck An inspection of the truik LAFAYETTE, Ind. CAP) The j showed a bullet hole behind the were gherift said] His grandmother. raised ..ira go the grand jury." The stepchildren said Williams had been drinking since Thursday night and had taken them, along dren, on a wild ride over country roads. The car ran into a ditch twice. Marjorie, who had just, started .work as an office clerk for the Vincennes Chamber of Commerce, said Ruth and Robert came to her rescue when Williams started to divisions under the direction of marshal James Wheeler, the par- ade will move west to the city building where services will be held at the War n Honor Roll and the Doughboy monument. v From the city building the units will march north. on Sixth to the bridge for services for the Naval war dead. The parade then continues to Mt. Hope cemetery for services there. Dr. Benjamin F. Smith, pastor of the Broadway EUB. church, will be. the principal speaker at the cemetery. Services will begin with a selection by the LHS-iatid, un- der the direction of William Mar- oeco. Bev. M; L. Robinson, pastor of the Baptist Temple, will give the invocation. Also included in .the program will be a selection by the. Huff sisters. Assistant parade marshals are Charles Downham, Ed Jernagan, John Gottschalk, Tom Slusser, Bob Dutchess, Dick Webster and Raymond Roach. All units of ten parade will form at a.m. Parade officials include Conrad (Jack) Baumann, president; Mrs. Elsie Bushing, secretary and Ed Monahan, treasurer. In ease of rain, the parade will be cancelled and the program will be held in Memorial Home, it was announced. Manila Hit By Monsoon BODY IN RIVER body of John Brooks, about position. Officers Gerring, Diane' Kay Gibson, John Edward Gilman IV, Carole .Ann Gilsinger, Phillip Jerry Goldstine, j Paul R. Goodale, Diane Lynn Gray, Thomas L. Green, Boyd Sr., W. Linden. She was a member of the Meth- odist church. Friends mav call after 7 p.m. [VrldV, 1 HUlinia Lj, Sunday at the Fisher f u n e r a 11 Arlh-ur Guhdrumi Mac home where rites are pending, j Michael w Hahles James T. Haley, Frances Lou- ise Hall, Edwin Hanhee, Janet Kay Hanlin, Carole Sue Hardt. i i Merle Gwen Haring, Jo Ann Har- ArQUe ISSUe rison' Carole.Jean Hart, David UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (AP) Eugene Hashberger. Harriett Elizabeth Hight. Garnet Illah -Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei John Robcrt Hillis, v Don i Gromyko Saturday called the j Corydon Hockman, Monte Rae United States an enemy of peace i.Hpdge, Judith Kay Hollingsworlh, and said it was planning an ag- j pjavjd Frederick Hoover. gressive war against the Soviet pYances Susan Anne Union- He said President, Eisen- nuff, Joseph J. Hunter, Larry hower's administration could not Raymond Hunter, Richard L. be Irusted in international nego-j'Huntsinger, Rebecca Sue Hupp, tiaiions. Ariene Isaacs. Dennis Pat- U-S- Ambassador Henry Cabot rjc'k James, Ann Carlcan Johnson; declared Gromyko's char- es ware par! of a worldwide campaign, and that the United -from plan- Karry Earl Johnes, Jr., Richard Paul.Jones, Michael K. Jordan. Jack Edward" Jorden, Cinda Elaine G. Kics- ni'v; simply try- ling, Carole Ann Kinnaman, Clif- tng to guard against surprise at- ton Jay Kitchel, Larry C. Kitchel, tack by the Kremlin. i (Continued on Page 18) theorized that a wild shot was recovered from the Wabash outside the truck hit the teenager. River Saturdav about four'hours Crockett left Logansport about after his small boat capsized. Turkey T A Government By J he People Now 'MANILA (AP) Rain-1'ashed Manila counted scores dead and thousands homeless Sunday from a monsoon which sneaked in be- hind Tropical Storm Lucille and caused heavy floods.. The Philippine police consta- bulary said, the count of dead stood at 114. Red Cross officials said'the death.toll was 97. The bodies 'of 77 victims, including 36 i children, had been recove'red. ANKARA, Turkey (AP) Aj Deaths, most of them from new Cabinet of military men and ,jrowning, o'ccurred in Manila civilian specialists was formed j procer neighboring Quezon City Saturda; night to reorganize Tur- j nearby Caloocan. .suburban San key's political life after 10 years j Juan. of authoritarian rule by Adnan I Swirling flood waters covered Meideres. half Of the sprawling metropoli- Lt. Gen. Cemal Gursel, the tan region and crippled this capi- old soldier.who led Friday's; tal city of two million- Power and virtually bloodless military coup that ended Menderes' reign as premier within a matter of hours, announced Hie new Cabinet and headed it as president and pre- 'ri. I-Ie also is defense minisler. in this capital poured- in'.o Ilia streets to cheer the armed forces as national 'heroes, hoisting soldiers, sailors and air- men in their shoulders in tribute- Gursel. who- assured the nation Frday he no intention of "be- coming a dictator, held news conference in Menderes' old of- fice He said the military "Com- nrtlee of National now running (he country, hopes to pre- sent a new constitution by July. It is bcin'; drafted by a committee oi in'd'eciua's. Th; new constitution. Gurssl ri, w'Jl d Assembly a communication lines were downed in many districts and in some places houses were awash to the. rooftops. A' firm estimate of the damage is not immediately available but is certain to go well beyond a million dollars. In Awrtment fire OMAHA A- grandmother and six-, children perished in a fire Saturday that roared through a frame apartment they slept. Five others were injured. DECORATE veteran graves in Mt. Hope ceme- tery were decorated yesterday in preparation for Memorial Day Monday. The American Legion decorated graves of War One ami T f'n iV- Auxiliary, s-imvn above, decorated Civil War and Spanish War graves. (Staff photo) F-waii al'o court, of three mere S-'.'irday ?rrl a Hause to prevent from smashed the exploita'ion of'religion for political Hilo waterfront brought to 5ii the ends. He gave no additional de-i known dead' from -last Monday's tails- I tidal wave. Five are missing. ;