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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 27, 1962
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'"Eight Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune 43rd Anniversary By Delphi Club DELPHI-The Delphi Woman's Club celebrated its 43rd anniver r sary with a luncheon in the social rooms of the Delphi Presbyterian church Friday. Mrs. .Robert Wood, of Prince William Road, Delphi, was the guest speaker. She talked on picturesque old homes in Delphi and showed slides on many of them, discussing the style of architecture of each. There were 54 present at the luncheon including approxiWarning: Over-Use of Vitamin A CHICAGO (UPI) - Researchers warned against over-use o£ Vitamin A and reported on.-lung replacement experiments today, in papers prepared for delivery to the American Medical Association's lllth annual meeting. Dr. Charles N. Pease. Chicago orthopedic surgeon, said ton much "Vitamin A can retard or arrest bone growth in children. The damage is "irreparable," he said. Pease found that excessive Vitamin A produces altered growth patterns in all long bones of children and probably impairs growth of the spinal column. However, X-rays showed the greatest -damage to legs 'because of the weight bearing factor. The retardation rate. in the legs was unequal because of a greater amount of weight bearing on one leg, Pease said, resulting in one leg shorter than the other. Drs. Fikri Alican and James D. Hardy of the University of Mississippi Medical Center, Jackson, Miss., told of the successful removal and replacement of a lung in each of 30 dogs. In other research papers it was reported: —That shoulder straps are safer than seat belts and should be installed in every auto. Dr. John M. Converse, of New York, a plastic surgeon, said that shoulder straps are more effective- in preventing facial disfigurements in accidents. —The chance of physical or mental damage to unborn children from nuclear fallout from weapons tests is one in a million. Dr. Charles L. Dunham, director of the Atomic Energy Commission's biology and medicine division, also said that fallout in the next 70 years may result in 2,000 cases of leukemia and 700 cases of bone cancer. BETTER LATE OXNARfD, Calif. OUPD— Jack Evans Tuesday received a large crate containing an outboard motor and a note that said, "I did not think I would be so long in getting this back to you." Evans said stolen in 1947. the motor- was mately 25 guests. Mrs. Lytle Anderson held a short business session after which 'Mrs. B. B. ' Mayhill, program chairman, introduced Mrs.rWood. The tables were decorated with garden flowers arranged by/Mrs. Henry Eaton, a member of'the hostess committee. Others on the committee were:' Mrs. Robert 1 VanNatta, Mrs. C. T. Amick, Mrs.. Alfred Anderson, Mrs. John KirkPatrick and Mrs. .1. D, Klepinger. The Delphi Board of Works recently reinstated Fred Clark as a city policeman, according to Watson McCormick, city attorney. Clark was dismissed as a policeman several months ago and Wilber Miller was employed to fill the vacancy. Russell Wilcox of North Indiana Street, who suffered a heart attack Wednesday, was taken to St.. Elizabeth hospital in the Jackson ambulance. Mrs..Marion Gibson of Flora and Mrs. Wesley Ficken of Cutler attended a special meeting of the Ninth District Federation of Clubs in .the Methodist church in Sheridan recently to elect district officers." Mrs. Gibson of Flora, was elected second vice president. Mrs. Gibson is president of the Carroll County Federation of Clubs. Mrs; Russell Bagwell of Greentown was chairman of the nominating committee. Mr. and" Mrs. Vernon Childs and family moved to Bloomingtdn where Mr. Childs, former Delphi high school principal, will be attending Indiana University working on his doctors degree. Mrs. Paul' Crundwell entertained members of the Delphi Reading Club at a party Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Charles Raber of rural route 3, Delphi, gave a review of the book, "Beyond Our Selves" by Catherine Marshall. Mrs. Raber is well known for her talent as a reader and for her book reviews. Following the program, the hostess served apricot salad and wafers with iced tea. The members were invited to Mrs. Crundwell's art studio in her basement, which proved to be equally interesting. Mrs. Crundwell, a member of the Delphi Art Club, has many beautiful paintings, landscapes, floral studies and ceramics. She has studied with the Purdue art instructors and special training on her flower paintings. The next meeting will be held on July 28, at the home of Mrs. Jason Been, with Mrs. Carlyle Kirkpatrick presenting the program. The Questers of Carroll County will meet Wednesday night, June 27 at 7:30 o'clock in the REMC Auditorium. It will be guest .day and members will have displays for each month of the year. Mrs. Roy C. Moore will talk on "Miniatures". Committee members are: Miss Hilda Bowen, Mrs. Moore, Mrs. John Thompson, Mrs. Hanson Campbell, and Miss Nellie Hau'ghey. r Two Deaths On Highways By United Press International' : T,wo accidents in adjoining 'counties within a short period of time Tuesday evening raised Indiana's 1962 traffic fatality toll to at least 525 today compared with 456 this time last year. Both the victims in „ the ; 'initiated accidents: were from Muricie; tHeir-ages were, identical and their; last names were, within one letter of being 1 the same. ''•• • , Joseph. South, ,48, was; killed'a mile south of Mtincie on the Burlington Pike when his, motorcycle left the road and hurtled over a fence. . Mrs. Dorothy Roush, 48, was killed a mile south of Sulphur. Springs in Henry County when her car and a truck collided on a county road. She died enroute to Robert Long Hospital at Indianapolis, j Rochester Girls Slightly Injured In Auto Accident 1 ••>• ROCHESTER—Miss Mary Helen Wagoner, 20, rural -route 1, Rochester, and Miss Phyllis Bailey,' 17, also of .rural route 1, were involved in an accident at Main and 8th streets Saturday night. Miss Wagoner received back injuries and Miss Bailey; lacerations on the right leg and 'a bump on the forehead. According to city police Miss Wagoner, driving north, reached back to place some drinking glasses on the back seat of the car, and the auto hit the rear of a 1959 auto owned by Issac Hair, 59, Indianapolis. Hair had stopped for the traffic light at 8th Stret. Miss Bailey was a passenger in the Wagoner car, which received estimated damage of $400, and the Hair auto $200. Applications were made for marriage' licenses by Kenneth Grass, rural route 5, Rochester, and Catherine Hisey, rural route 3, Argos; 'and to Eldon Wright,' rural route 2, Silver Lake and Iva Maude Lane, rural route 2, Macy. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eiler were in Anderson Sunday attending the camp meeting of the Church of God. - , The McKinley club went" in a body to South Bend, where they visited several places of interest. Mrs. Robert Zeller will be hostess for the Sew and So Club, in her home, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Mohler and Mrs. Bess Cummings went to South Bend." The ladies will remain, guests of Mrs. Emma Rook, for several days. Mr. MohJer returned 'home. Cooler Air Welcomed in Some Areas By United Press International Cool air pushed across the Northwest today, breaking a three-day heat wave which saw lemperatures reach near record levels., K i 11 e r;/',thunderstorms' caused; flash floods in'the Northeast. .' , •'••';•.' " . ••' Earlier,' a tornado-sliced a mile- long- path -through a grain field near Alice.'Tex:.,- but did no other damage. Br.owhsyllle,•. Texl, had' 1.62 inches of rain! ': . At Bayonne, N..T:, Francis ?,.; O'Donnell, 30,:jyas 'killed and Joseph 'McMahon, : 3fl, was :.burned yy a lightning 1 , bolt 'whish struck ;heir steel fishing ^rodsv during' a :huh'derstorm; Northern .New" Jersey got mire than an inch of rain, in 67 iminutes. •-"-••"', 'Heavy rain- touched off : ;flash flooding at, ,NeV York, blocking streets in Brooklyn . and .causing- subway delays. Lightmng.knocked wicks from atop a 12-story biiUd- ng and' -sent them cascading into ihe 'street below, "••-, . ' ; •!••;• Temperatures 'dropped into, the 40s- early ,today in states along the Canadian border. ' END BEER DRIVERS STRIKE GARY, Ind. (UPI)-A week : long walkout by beer truck driversi in the Calumet area ended Tuesday. Teamsters Union Local 142 and the Lake County Beer Distributors Association" came to terms on new labor contract. Drivers were scheduled to return to work today. EXPECT MORE INDICTMENTS . IN LAKE COUNTY HAMMOND; M, (UPD-A federal grand jury which indicted 12 Lake County politicians, office holders and former officials last February has returned another report that may include further .ndictments. But the report was ordered kept secret until the arrests of any persons who may be named in charges contained in the report. The jury, finished its current work after a brief two-day session and was told that Jay Goldberg, a special assistant, in the Department of Justice who has spent much time here since late-in 1961, has completed his work in Lake County and is returning to, Washington. Persons identified as tavern owners, gamblers and bookmakers were among 'witnesses who were seen entering the jury's chambers during the two-day sesw sion. The same jury indicted Gary Mayor George Chacharis, Lake County Sheriff Peter Mandich and 10 other persons in February. Foreclosures Up WASHINGTON — Home mort- gage'' foreclosures in the .first quarter of -this year .totaled 20.02C or 10 per cent more than in the last quarter of 1981 and nearly 2! per cent more than in the firsl quarter of last year, accordinf to the Federal Home Loan Ban! Board. In the 12 months, endet 'March M there were 77,100 non- farm foreclosures. This was aboul 'equal to the number in 19^0. BUNKER HILL 'AFB' - Chief Master 1 Sgt.' s Robert Monismith, resident of the'. NCO Open Mess Joard of Governors and; an Air llectronics Superintendent in the 05th Armament and Electronics quadron has been , nominated Outstanding Airman of the Year" t the Bunker Hill Ai'r Force ase. '• '.'.'• -. . ' ", Sgt. Monismith is' reported to aye/iqualified.-.for, the honor as outstanding in every, aspect: of rofessional-and. civilian-lifei For ..the past ;year he; has been n active 'member of the Bunker Parent-Teacher. Organization, rid as'a member of the program ommittee, he has effected c'om'-.j le'te cooperation and eoordiriationV »tween parents and school. 'In;.his military assignment he as developed 'an , outstanding,; raining and maintenance pro- ram, and has also;been extreme-' effective as a technical admin- itrator in maintenance supervi- ipn. D'uring his 22 -years of service,. le .sergeant has had several over- icas tours, including' South Africa, forea and Okinawa. He, began Us career in 1940 as a bombadier i the Army Air Corps. Aside-'from his on-the-job experience, Sgt. Monismith has at- ended armament and electronics chqols at Lowry AFB, Colo, and "essler AFB, Miss. ••':.. Sgt. Monismith was born in arlisle; Pa., and was graduated rorn Boilings Springs High School ©1942 FAILS CITY BREWING COMPANY. LOUISVILLE II, KY. FC-2006.[ OF WHAT BEER'S FOR! Yes indeed, rails City Beer gives you more of what beer's for--enjoyment. Every -bottle, can and glass of Falls City is brewed the way you like it ... lively and refreshing, without a trace of bitterness. PASTEURIZED BITTER-FREE Wednesday Evening, June 27, 1962. Sergeant Nominated For Award at BHAFB in 1939. He is married and has two daughters, Patricia, 16 and Pamela Sue, 11. The Monismiths, who reside in Arnolds Acres have been at the base for two years. Prior to coming to Bunker Hill, the Sergeant was assigned to Goo,sebay, Labrador. " . -, : ' ; At brief ceremonies at the base hospital recently, Major Julia A. Feagins, chief of nursing services, presented Civilian I n.c.e-n't i.v e •Awards to two nursing assistants of the base hospital. ' The checks, in the amount of $15.00 each, . were. .presented to Mrs. Shirlee xiavis and Mrs. Ger- aldirie Wilson. Mrs. Davis' suggestion was the developing of a combination baby bottle warmer and vaporizer. Mrs. Wilson suggested the placing of •. outside lawn furniture to provide 'added comfort to patients whii are not confined to beds during the summer months. .' The'benefits that are to be derived from these suggestions, according to base officials, are improvement in patients' morale and comfort, improvement in .ward management and efficiency. The base hospital staff will-give pre-school physical examinations Aug. 4 and 18 'for all children requiring them. The examinations will begin at 9 a.m. Parents are requested to call the hospital appointment desk and have their children's names placed on the list for scheduling purposes. Physical examination forms will be available for children attending public schools in Cass, Miami and Howard counties. Children attending olhcr schools will be required to bring their own forms. Fourteen base airmen have been selected to be escorts in the Miss Indiana Pageant at Michigan.City, July 6, Selected were Airmen First Class Arnold E. Fineman, 305ih Organizational Maintenance Squadron; • John Hawrysz, Jr., 827th Medical Group; Joseph Mehlmann, Headquarters Squadron, 305th Combat Support Group; Frank M. Terrell, Headquarters Squadron, 305th Bomb Wing; Fred W. Shaw, 305th Field Maintenance Squadron; and Charles W. Hall, Jr., 305th Armament and Electronics Squadron. Also Airmen Second Class Clair M. Wachter, 305th Supply Squadron; Sidney Reynolds, 45th Munitions Mainteance Squadron; and George M. Catavolos, Heudquar-' ters Squadron, 305th Bomb Wing. The Airmen Third Class were John P. Scanlan, 305(h Combat Defense Squadron; James Hoeksema, 45th, Munitions Mainteance Squadron; Anthony Marqua and Charles L. Barrett, both of Headquarters Squadron, 305th Bomb Wing; and Terry L, Owens, 319th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron. The airmen are scheduled to leave lh<! base at 2 p.m. July 9 and arrive at 4 p.m. at the Golden Sands Motel in Michigan City. That evening they, will serve as escorts jit a dinner and ball for the Miss Indiana Pageant contestants. The airmen were selected to serve as escorts after an interview at wing headquarters by fiv« base secretaries. Gems Stolen NEW YORK (UPI) -Thieves stole gems valued at $185.000 from the midtown Manhattan hotel suit*! of entertainer Jerry Lewis Tuesday night while the comedian and his wife, Patti, were out for the taping of a television show. NOTED DOCTOR DIES ELM11U, N.Y. (UPI) - Dr. George O'Hanlon, 92, of Big Flats Road, Horseheads, one-time medical superintendent of Bellevue Hospital and 13 allied institutions in New York City, died Tuesday in St. Joseph's Hospital here. O'Hanlon had been a patient since last Aug. 30. 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