Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 16, 1962 · Page 13
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 13

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Wednesday Evening, May 16,1962 Logansport:, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Thirteen' BEATING THE STORM-A storm threat turned secretary, center, with the help ot a White House a hwr, nartvinWashington into an indoor aide and an unidentified member of the military ifaTruSaav a" President, and Mrs. Kennedy rush punchbowls plates and silverware into the cnt«tain£l top^nSmembers of the muitary. White House. (UPI Unifn.) Here, Pamela Turnure, Mrs. Kennedy's social Two Appointed to Staff at Longcliff A research psychologist and a librarian have been added to the slaff of the Logansport state hospital, according to Superintendent Ernest Fogel. The research psychologist is Dr Milan F. Doering, 32, of Cleveland, Ohio, who came here from the Topeka, Kans., state hospital after serving his post doctoral internship. • He received his A. B. degree in 1951 from Oberlin college, his M. A. dagree in 1953 from Boston university, and his Ph. D., in 1958 from the University of Pittsburgh. His predoctoral internship was at Western Psychiatric Institute, Pittsburgh. A member of the New York Academy of Sciences and the American Psychological Association, he will reside in Eogers hall The new librarian, Mrs. Sue Newton Jargstorf, 23, of 211(i'/a Spear St., worked at Longcliff as a summer student attendant. She received her A.B. degree in 1962 from Indiana university in social studies with a minor in library science. Dr. William R. Finley, 30, of Delphi, also has begun work at Longcliff as a part time dentist, spending two days a ween there and the remainder of his time in private practice. He was graduated from the I. U Dental School in 1961. B47 Blast Kills Four KNOB NOSTER, Mo. • (UPD- Four persons were killed and'18 hospitalized Tuesday when a B47 jet bomber exploded and burned on the flight line at Whiteman Air Force Base near this west central Missouri town. The Air Force today identified three of the dead. They were Paul E. Rails, 34, fire chief at Whiteman; Jacob Lang, 18, airman third class, Chicago, and Wayne A. Hower, 19, airman third class, Allentown, Pa.. Authorities at Whiteman said the bomber was fully fueled and being prepares for a training mission when it burst into flames. A crew from the 340lh Bomber Wing, Strategic Air Command, was preparing to use the plane in a routine training flight when the fire began. Deficit Report WASHINGTON — The nation's balance of payments deficit declined sharply in the first quarter of the year, the Commerce Department reported. The deficit totaled about $450 million or $1 billion lower than the $1.5 billion adverse trade balance in the last three months of 1961. However, officials warned that the deficit may'rise in the months ahead. TPTO-flpwiwi-vr—T7" Dr. Milan Doering Court Case on Chain Officials CHICAGO (UPI)—U.S. District Judge Hubert Will has given three Kroger Co. executives until May 25 to answer Federal Trade Commission charges against them. The charges were issued against Joseph B. Hall, board chairman; Jacob Davis, company president, and Frank Grieme, treasurer, in connection with an investigation of milk prices at Indianapolis. The three men protested an attempt by the FTC to serve subpoenas upon them because they said proper procedures in serving them were ignored. Will said he woulcl rule May 31 on the executives' motion to dismiss the subpoenas. He "also continued until May 31 a temporary restraining order preventing the FTC from serving the subpoenas. REDS ARREST TWO BERLIN (UPI)—Communist police arrested two men attempting to flee to West Berlin near the Brandenburg Gate Tuesday, according to authorities in West Berlin. Alcoholic Patients Up At Cliff The Logansport state hospital is treating almost two-thirds of all male alcoholics admitted to Indiana's mental institutions. Records in the Divi" : '" of Alcoholism of the E'dpartmeni of Mental Health show that COS alcoholic patients were admitted ti the mental institutions in the 10 months preceding May 1. Of that number, 376 were admitted to Longcliff and the others were admitted to the other five mental institutions which accept such patients. IN THE similar period last year, LongcliFf admitted 300 of the 510 alcoholics who were treated in mental institutions, according to Dean Barnhart, director of education for the division. Barnhart will speak to Junior and Senior Health and Safety classes at the local high school Friday on "Alcoholism and What Indiana Is Doing About It." He also will show a sound picture, "To Your Health," at all four class sessions. DESPITE THE large percentage of alcoholics being treated at Longcliff the Department of Mental Health has been unable to find a new coordinator for the alcoholic treatment ward since the death ot Leo McKenzie early this year, according to Superintendent Ernest Fogel. Individuals with the qualifications for tlie position are scarce. Mental Health authorities want a recovered alcoholic who has had the specialized training given at the Yale School on Alcoholism. DR. FOGEL said the State Budget committee has been asked for •a team of qualified people—a psychiatrist, psychologist, and a social worker—to head the program in the future. "Alcoholism, with its .staggering economic loss, is suj-n a severe problem in Indiana'' that some effort must be irnade to really solve it," Dr. Fogel declared. He charged that the state has been only "winking at the problem." 372 Killed on State Highways By United Press International Indiana's traffic fatality toll climbed to at. least 372, compared with 330 this time last year, when a farm tractor being towed by a truck overturned and crushed the operator. Handle Short,. 22, Indianapolis, a constructiis worker, was killed in the accident along Indiana 67 just, north of Lawrence in Marion County. Police said the truck pulling the tractor apparently swerved, causing the tractor to topple over. Read the Want Ads! 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