The Logansport Press from Logansport, Indiana on October 15, 1957 · Page 26
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The Logansport Press from Logansport, Indiana · Page 26

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, October 15, 1957
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Weather Mild, rain doming by Wednesday night . LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY LOGANSPORT PRESS Only Local Morning Paper Serving Cass, Carroll, Pulaski, Miami, Fulton, Whit* Counties Good Morning! f VOL. 37; NO. 104 NBA TELEPHOTOS LOGANSPOHT, INDIANA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER JS, 1957 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PRICE SEVEN CEKTS TURKEY CALM IN NEW CRISIS NEW SISTERS' HOME •s« ot p*rson»el allached to Ing facilities arc required. The Th)» one of two buildings crtcted northeast of SI. Joneph hospital tor (he hospital. There are seven bedrooms In each building, but no cook- residents will eat in the hospital. (Pre«« photo-enKravlnit.) President To Scientists Flu At High School; 412 Absent Monday Charles L,. Sh<irp. city superin- | »f>d 213 boys absent. Ask Aid In Plans For Schools After miich discussion last night, school trustees voted to accept a j resolution concerning the selection ! of a Citizen Advisory committee I which will study and investigate I current school problems. ! Drawn by Don O'Neill, school j board president, the plan provides for a group of 23, which will be picked by: Five service clubs, three women's clubs, eiffhl PT-A groups, two labor groups, Junior Chamber '. uf Commerce. Chamber of Com| mpice, and three by the school board. Propositions which the group will study are: Will the future of city ichool» be b«'«t served by a new senior hitrh ichool, and making the pre•>< nt high schnol Into a junior high nrhool, or * new Junior high school tor'7, 8, and 9-grade puplli, lind allow the present high school to j.-rve pupils In grade* 10 through 12? Should » new junior high ichool be conitrucled in the east part of the clt.Y on land owned by the sellout tKy, south lit sditUum, or should the nchool ciiy buy litvd stud hulld the school nearer the -r,,,l»p nt !h.- »r«o uhlrh it will Enjoin Hoffa From Becoming Teamsters' Head Hearing On Alleged Convention Frauds To Be Conducted WASHINGTON' un — James R. JHofta, battling a barrage of federal court charges threatening to | loosen his tight grip over the Teamsters, was barred Monday from taking over as the union's president. U. S. District Judge F. Dickinson Letts granted a New York Teamsters member group a 10- day restraining order against Hoiifa, 44, the union's president| elect, from taking the reins from J retiring Dave Beck. Hoffa, due to face federal wiretap conspiracy a^d perjury charges in New York Tuesday, said in Detroit he had "no comment whatsoever" on Letts' order, .'xiding: Up To "L»wytn" "It's a legal matter and will be handled by the lawyers." Letts acted on tlie plea of a 19- man group of N(rw York Teamsters tMi. Kuffa wa« elected a! fce Teamsters convention &{ Miami I3o"ic, Fla ,, 10 days ago by dele- Young America Senior Play Thursday, Friday Two presentations of "Cracked Nutts," Young America high school senior play, will be given at tlie Young America high school at 7:30 p.m. this Thursday and Friday. Student cast is: Virginia Cohee, Jone Miller, David Pratt, Linda Shawver, Sonya Norris. Larry Cotlrell, Ellen Wilson, Larry Seagraves, Lois' Adkinson, Lanny Seward, Carol Shanks, and Eddy Hughes. Alma Robertson, teacher, is play director, Queen Opens Parliament In Ancient Form Savings on Greas« and f> Oil Needs S,»v«reil f rswn You reap a full 10% savings on your grease and oil requirements-during the Harvest Oil Sale. Be ready for mid-Summer and Fall field work... get your grease and oil from your friendly Farm Bureau Co-op Serviceman now at reduced prices. GIVEN •RIMI *WN KOLDIR ¥•» «•• k«*p your grvcM* gvn wHhln »aiy M««k wNtr 1M« HoW»r mounfcd on your (renter. Yow Co-op J»rvic»mon will t«H holder wW» ON ANTI-FREEZE Yov obo get Mvlngt up to 30% on Unice Antl-Frt«e. trtpar* for winter at whole- •att prkft, l!f i 'adtfitlOh'to lower prices, you get top quality Farm, give your valuable farm equipment year 'round"protection. MDfI YOUR HARVEST SAVINGS NOW ntOM YOU! 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There were strong indications that Turkey— recently engaged in bitter exchanges with its leftist Arab neighbor - will study the troop movement long and seriously before say-ing anything pub- lj c ]y The news of the plane-guarded landing Sundav at the Mediterranean port of J,atakia. 40 miles south of the Turkish border, ap- between these countries might b« normal. There is also evidence here that Turkey might consider the EfiJTV 'isn arrival us aimed not at Turkey bul at Israel. The whole Arab bloc considers Israel an enemy w > t! ) aggressive aims. "It is quite possible that Isrcal ' ia s stimulated this action," one 1 informant said. Government sources said they ; realized much importance may be ^ triburled l ° the T> ' rki !! 1 r . cactio !!: 1 Therefore, they sa,d Turkey mH comment only "after seriously considering Lhe matter. r . . , . . , . Turkey has aggressive aims. 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