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Vidette-Messenger, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1961, Valparaiso, Indiana Likely Cloudy, mild tonight; Sunday cloudy, warm, showirc likely. Low 57-45. High Sunday lower 80i. Monday outlook: mlldf showers; cooler by night. a Valparaiso track plus one each from Hebron and Liberty, qualify In SectlontI compete In next week'9 Regional. Story on page J. Vol. Cents LAOS GROUPS SIGN CEASE-FIRE Chamber Is Set To Go 'into Orbit1 1961 Campaign For Members To Open Monday The 1961 Valparaiso Chamber of Commerce membership cam- paign will be "going into orbit" May 15-24. General chairmen, Curl "Count Down" MacDouald and Harry "Progress Chief" Cavan, respec- tive captains, and team members are planning to "zoom into space" throughout the Valparaiso busi- ness area shortly after a. in. count-down Monday, seeking to sign up a goal of 99 new mem- bers from a list of 267 prospects Wayne Hall, local C of C exccu- ilve secretary, said today the general chairman and lour teams will convene for a breakfast in the Indiana Room at Hotel Lcmb- ke Monday at a. in. when prospects will be selected and supplies distributed for the 10-day drive. Hall forewarned Valparaiso citi- zens and prospects not lo be un-. alarmed at the sight of cap-1 tains and team members flitling i about the city attired in "space helmets." j The drive will be culminated with a Report Dinner Meeting at the Valpo Golf club, May 24, be- ginning a p. m. In addition lu various individual and team prizes for securing new members, a free bteak dinner will be given for each two-man team signing ANOTHER SAFETY Chief Dale Gott (seated, right receives Walker Safety Award certificate from Mayor Don Will while City Engineer William Morthland (standing left) and City Atty. Rus- sull Nixon look on. Award to police department is from National Po- lire Officers' Association for 'meritorious service in promoting safely and reducing accidenls and fatalities.' such honors in recent years. Freedom Is Stressed By Johnson Joint Action Encouraged In Talk In Manila By SPENCER DAVIS MANILA President Lyndon B. Johnson told the Phil ippines Congress today free nn. tions "must together show our de-> termination to keep our freedom" I in the face of Communist threats.1 The vice president, barnstorm-' ing Asian hot spots for President! Kennedy, appeared at the Univer- sity of the Philippines and then dashed across .Manila by helicop- ter to make this pledge before a joint session of Congress: "America will honor her com- mitments to the cause of freedom throughout the communily of free Police here have won several (V-M Staff Photo) count on our more than our old and cherished friends, the Filipino people." A packed chamber listened as Johnson warned: "Communism is testing our good will by many tactics in many places." He cited Cuba as a place where "a demagogue has turned a peo pie's dream of a better 'ifc into a nightmare of Communist dictator- ship." In South Viet Nam, which John- son left Friday. "Communist guer- rillas hide in the jungles to strike by niyhl against families who of Works Friday set a'hearing dat. of June 5 when b.ne-j have chosen he added. Of Caution Sewer Protects Are Under Study Two sewer projects totaling about for con- struction of lines iu the northeast section of Valparaiso are under study by the city. nations. Can Count On U. S. "Our friends can count America, and we know we POUR CONCRETE AT NEW SCHOOL tractor, Van Keppcl Construction company, of De ing of concrete for foundations of new Thomas Jet- Motle. Section being poured will be main entrance ferson Junior High school at Roosevelt and Glen-j to city's lirst three-year junior high school off dale was started Friday afternoon by general con-1 Roosevelt road. (V-M Staff Photo) bership drive are: The Hydro Stars, Capt. 1! o b Anderson, Charles Hepner, Roberl Johnson, James McGill, Robert Seymour, George Shaver and Dwaine Wil- lelt. The Atomic Niks: Capt. Max Dickey, Vince Anderson, Dan Follis, Al Ttader, William Dag- gert, Jack Ohlfest and William Feldhaus. The Oxy Nauts: Capt. William two new memberships, Hall point- ou( (Its and cost estimates will be considered in connection with a Captains and learns members j 000 s.wer project to serve the East avenue area, Including for the 1901 "space night" mem- Eastbrook drive, which runs south off Evans._______________________ Also proposed is a i sewer lo serve the McCord road area and the 40-acre school-park site at Roosevelt, and Glendale. Possibility of the city, School board, Park board and property owners sharing in the cost is now under study. Ally. Rogert Claudon, doing legal work on Hie Evans project, said the sewer would be a district sewer paid for by pro- Van Senus, Robert Murphy, (Jeorge Neeley, Charles Hough, 1 .conarc! Welmore, Charles Stc- perly owners living iti the district served. He said there will be two as- phens, William Beach and Vernon sossmcnt roUs in connection with Marrell. (he projccli 0nC assessing pad of Ihe Jet Spurts: Capt. Norman owners on the basis Johnston, Gale Corley, Paul Lar- of of a loca, sewer_ and inichael, Orville Bucher. Harold Follis, Lloyd Stoerck, Reg Hil- rlreth and Charles Anderson. JAIL INSPECTOR NAMED INDIANAPOLIS
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