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Vidette-Messenger, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1961, Valparaiso, Indiana Likely Cloudy mild tonight Sunday cloudy warm likely Low High Sunday lower 80i Monday showers cooler by night a Valparaiso track plus one each from Hebron and Liberty qualify In compete In next Regional Story on page J Vol Cents LAOS GROUPS SIGN CEASE-FIRE Chamber Is Set To Go into 1961 Campaign For Members To Open Monday The 1961 Valparaiso Chamber of Commerce membership will be going into orbit May General chairmen Curl Count Down MacDouald and Harry Progress Chief Cavan tive captains and team members are planning to zoom into space throughout the Valparaiso ness area shortly after a in Monday seeking to sign up a goal of 99 new bers from a list of 267 prospects Wayne Hall local C of C secretary said today the general chairman and lour teams will convene for a breakfast in the Indiana Room at Hotel ke Monday at a in when prospects will be selected and supplies distributed for the drive Hall forewarned Valparaiso zens and prospects not lo be un- alarmed at the sight of tains and team members 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 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 standing left and City Atty sull Nixon look on Award to police department is from National lire Officers Association for meritorious service in promoting safely and reducing 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 Congress today free nn tions must together show our termination to keep our freedom I in the face of Communist The vice president ing Asian hot spots for Kennedy appeared at the sity of the Philippines and then dashed across Manila by ter to make this pledge before a joint session of America will honor her com- to the cause of freedom throughout the of free Police here have won several Staff Photo count on our more than our old and cherished friends the Filipino people A packed chamber listened as Johnson 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 dream of a better ifc into a nightmare of Communist ship In South Viet Nam which son left Friday Communist rillas hide in the jungles to strike by against families who of Works Friday set dat of June 5 when 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 Construction company of De ing of concrete for foundations of new Thomas Section being poured will be main entrance ferson Junior High school at Roosevelt and to city's three-year junior high school off dale was started Friday afternoon by general Roosevelt road Staff Photo drive The Hydro Stars Capt o b Anderson Charles Hepner Roberl Johnson James McGill Robert Seymour George Shaver and Dwaine lelt The Atomic Capt Max Dickey Vince Anderson Dan Follis Al William gert Jack and William Feldhaus The Oxy Capt William two new memberships Hall ou Its and cost estimates will be considered in connection with a Captains and learns members j 000 project to serve the East avenue area Including for the 1901 space night Eastbrook drive which runs south off Also proposed is a i sewer lo serve the McCord road area and the 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 Van Senus Robert Murphy Jeorge Neeley Charles Hough 1 Welmore Charles perly owners living iti the district served He said there will be two William Beach and Vernon roUs in connection with Marrell he assessing pad of Jet Capt Norman owners on the basis Johnston Gale Corley Paul Lar- of of a loca and Orville Bucher Harold Follis Lloyd Stoerck Reg and Charles Anderson JAIL INSPECTOR NAMED INDIANAPOLIS George Scott former Howard County sheriff will become state jail in- spector Tuesday He succeeds Harry F Divelbiss of who is retiring one assessing all persons in the on an acreage basis Request Copied Main line of the sewer woult run along Evans from a point near Smilh ditch to a point abou a east be able to serve The line wil 8 and Continued on page 3 column 3 Atlas Test Results Perk Up Hopes of Air Force In a seeming gesture of caution the Philippines expressed with anti-Commu- nist policy throughout Asia son said unity of purpose is one thing But it is not everything In a global contest there are many arenas and many he said Unless this is under- stood unity of purpose can be- come an empty shell This was the closest the vice president came to mentioning os the crisis area of greatest con- cern to the Philippines Flexibility Urged Freedom must respond re- to clear and compelling challenges of communism ever and however those lenges he said Freedom must demonstrate flexibility The free world must display he said and seek new responses to express true strength of our free Before addressing congress Johnson lunched with Carlos P Garcia in sprawling Palace Garcia is Ihc second chief of state Johnson has met in his tour aimed at helping stem the Communist tide in east Asia CAPE CANAVERAL Flo AP advanced Atlas missile de signed for greater range nnd heavier payload smacked a get miles away Friday night ind revived Air Force hopes that The capsule was packed with in- to record the ance ol the cone especially how it withstood the searing degree re-entry heal The success was only second Issue To Be Left Jp To Court By JUNE YATES PORTAGE Whether or not on Marina Lounge n Portage can legally be con- will have to be decided jy the court The Portage Plan Commission Friday evening held an open discussion wilh 40 persons pres enl on the restraining order Kilting construction of the lounge on U.S 12 but voted unanimously to let the courts make any decision in the case Construction of the lounge which was to be an addition to the old French Village restaurant located across from the Steel plant was slopped on an order issued by Court Judge Goldie Burns early in May The order was on a signed by Ally David Willis the Portage Plan ul Hid I I Ul L sion secretary who is the enforcement officer of the master plan The petition was filed hy Alty William Suarez A second was I by Chairman Darwin I Miller No Permits Issued hj t th Miller explained New City Fire Pumper Ordered By KARL D Board of Works Friday accepted the bid of Seagrave Corporation Harrington 111 on a nre ment pumper The custom equipment now will be assembled and delivered to the city in about six months bid was recommended y the City council's fire and committees who proposals with Fire Chief A Conner Tiie bid accepted was not the ow proposal but was in about le middle of the list of prices by four firms who sub- lilted figures last month Mayor ion Will said The fire and purchasing com made an intensive Holovachka Is Indicted By Federal Jury HAMMOND tnd AP Holovachka of Gary former Luke Counly prosecutor was under in- on charges of evading more than in Talks Set To Begin On Sunday Rusk Gromyko Fail To Settle Their Dispute BAN Laos formal cease-fire document signed here today by delegations I from the government and the Communist rebels They agreed to pen full-scale military and talks here Sunday Delegations from the ern government in Vientiane tha Pathet Lao rebels and political groups will pate in the talks aimed at setting up a coalition government and possibly sending a unified Laotian delegation to the ence in Geneva Separate tions already are in Geneva In Ban a village is rebel territory there was tion that the talks here could tually lead lo a meeting amoni the key the tian political Prince chief of the Lao and Gen Phoumi military strongman of the government Rusk Gromyko Fall To Agree 13 Traffic Suggestions Are Adopted Board of Works Friday adopted 13 traffic recommendations from the Council's Traffic committee Many of the suggestions been considered by both had the In Mishap A Porter county farmer was hospitalized Friday from head injuries suffered when he reportedly fell from his Willis thai and improvement location he new weapon can be in seven firings of the new more il this year powerful Atlas E model Most of Driven by most powerful set the previous failures in the series U.S rocket engines ever flown j were traced to a faulty hydraulics he intercontinental system Engineers have sped to on intended target of the South Atlantic island of Ascension The Air Force re- ported all flight objectives were met on the trip Capsule Recovered A dala capsule from the nose cone and was re- covered by Sword Knot the less range vessel than an hour rated on correcting the trouble and officials said after the latest flight that the problem seems solved Three big engines with total of pounds propel the E Atlas This compares with 000 pounds generated by op D model 18 of which are deployed al bases in afler it inlo tlw sea fornia Wyoming and Nebraska permit was issued for the ation to the property and that the lounge would be a forming use on land zoned for heavy industry Contractor tor Hager 2385 Teresa Court said a building permit was issued for construction 3 of this year before the improvement cation permit ordinance became effective in February 1 don't think there is a cient basis lo issue a restraining Hager said Friday ning Contractor Hager and the Continued on page 3 column S Co-Op property on Roosevelt road Being treated at Porter ial is Herman Barneko He is reported in fair condition today Witnesses stated thai Barneko had brought a load of ear corn to the co-operative and at he ed up the tractor to pick up the empty wagon his foot apparently slipped off the clutch of the tractor and Barneko fell wards off the seat head struck a strip of cement The tractor was halted by a Co Op employee The injured man was taken to Porter Memorial hospital in an ambulance eral income taxes surrendered an hour after a federal grand jury returned a menl and was released without bond No dale was set The accused him ol evading in taxes for 1955 and for 1956 The ment contended he earned more than in hose two years but filed showing income of only Denies Charges The Senate rackets committee two years ago accused Holovachka Traffic committee and Mayor's Safely committee tions approved 1 Paint yellow center line on street at inter section 2 Paint yellow no zone on west side of Campbell from Jefferson to point 30 feet south of Jefferson also on south side of Jefferson west of Camp bell Removing Mefer 3 Remove parking meter al southwest corner of Jefferson Lafayette and paint parking zone there 4 Erect no parking sign on west side of Calumet from 709 Calumel to Bush street Erect Slow Watch fo children signs on drive in block south o Evans 6 Erect sign on Roosevell near site of proposed junior hig school C7 Erect no parking here to corner signs on Evans at corner of 8 Park department to rim hedges al southwest corner f 9 Widen Harrison along curve west of Campbell For Sign Erection 10 Erect yield right of way at traffic to yield at College Institute traffic to ield Franklin traffic o yield Erie fo yield 11 yellow no parking on north side of rom to SO feet of Roosevell erect no ng here lo corner 12 no parking here to corner sign on Morgan at east corner of yellow no parking zone on south side of Monroe rom lo point 50 feet west of Locust and erect loading parking sign and felt Seagrave iid offered best equipment nr Will Ie tnB charges hut refused to tell the committee where he obtained a re- ported from 1952 to when his annual salary as cutor never exceeded Committee Chairman John L or the Will said Inspect Equipment In recent weeks city officials several cities to inspect types of equipment Other bids on the ire pumper in the same ion with the one were and Afler Friday's Board meeting Chief Conner said he now is working on specifications for snorkel equipment the next fire lo be purchased by the city A third fire station which will be located in the eastern section of the city also is included in long-range fire protection plans of city Two Foam Units The Board Friday also the purchase of two foam units which will be ed on two of the city's trucks for use in combating gasoline and oil fires A contract was signed with Malcolm Dinsmore Hebron contractor for an addition to the city garage The addition now under construction will house said there could be no logical ence thai he Holovachka was an operating part of the syndicate which conducted vice and gambling in Lake County diana GENEVA 3 ry of State Dean Rusk and Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko met today hut failed to solve their dispute over how Laos should bs represented in the international conference on the future of the Southeast Asian kingdom The issue of tation kept the conference from starling on schedule Friday fn his first try at personal diplomacy with the Rusk conferred with Gromyko in a Soviet mansion to try o end the dispute Husk old newsmen his meeting that the States would not accent Soviet de- mand for full and equal status for the Pathet Lao al conference table New Idea This represents an injection ol a new idea by the Soviet Rusk said This was not basis on which we were Invited lo conference Rusk and Gromyko were er at the tree-shaded sion for 70 minutes The American decided Io call on the Soviet lor eign minister lo of deadlock a move en- Western ers Meanwhile five members of tha ment delegation reached Geneva W Averell President In Private Practice Holovachka resigned as cutor soon after the Senate ings accusing committee Kennedy's roving ambassador character assassination and since and Rusk arranged prompt conference with them Pathet Lao and neutralist tions other Iwo factions in- already are at Geneva Events Move Fast Their arrival was one of a and since i in private law has engaged tice The same federal jury Friday indicted described as operator of a wheel racket in Gary on charges of concealing more than moving series of developments income for years 1955 through j ln of Baa inro SUPER STRUCTURE FOR McGILL framework new heat treatment addition to McGill Manufacturing company is shown rising along west wing of bearing division plant General contracting is being done by Austin company Chicago Staff new vehicle maintenance lent The board decided fo obtain on Page 3 column 71 1958 Liberty Baccalaureate Rites Set For Sunday services for erly Township High school iors will be held Sunday at 2 p.m in St Andrew's Episcopal church Valparaiso Column For Flower Lovers Second in now and then for flower en- titled Growing For it published on page 10 of day's Author of series it Mrs in territory of the warring sides signed a formal and agreed to open political talks Sunday The talks will be aimed at ting up a coalition government and possibly agreeing on a unified delegation to Geneva A from the Control Commission submitted before the Ban agi ment said a de j a truce ir fact if not actually in effect in Laos It that breaches probably were clue to tered forces and like The report accepted by all delegations lo the Geneva conference Thp ern Laotians however disputed the findings ami said when they left Laos the cease-fire was in full fect Homework Said Too Abundant HEAD LIBERTY Curtis Weimer and Salu Sandra Johnson are lop seniors al Liberly High school tis son of Mr and Mrs John J Weimer has been in Student cil two years class president as freshman Latin club four years and participated in baseball and track as freshman and sophomore dra daughter of Mr and Mrs Paul has been active in tional Honor Student Council Science French and Latin clubs chorus Young Democrats of Porter Counly and tinel She won award for being National Science Fair finalist ture Scientists of America award Indiana Talent Search winner and participated in Indiana University High School Summer Institute Plans to allend Simmons college Only 06 of a point separated grades of two students i BUDAPEST Hungary Communist lay I Hungarian children are over- L burdened with homework The Ministry of Education decreed that homework for children 6 and 7 old must ia no iron than 30 minutes 8 and one hour and pupils 10 Is 14 no more than hours The uyt no child should be expected to repeat texts word by word for
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