Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 22, 1957 · Page 24
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 24

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, November 22, 1957
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Ten Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune lu EpuJemic Peak Reached In Most Parts of Nation WASHINGTON (UP)-The Pub- c Health Service said today "the Peak of the current -epidemic of influenza probably has been reached in some parts of the United States." It was referring to all types of *lu, not to Asian flu alone. The service also said the number of deaths from influenza and pneumonia in large cities has declined. It said the 780,000 new flu cases were reported or estimated by 36 states for the week ended .Nov. 16. This raised to 6,530,000 the number of cases reported since the outbreak of Asian flu last summer. The weekly total was down 320,'000 from the figure reported for the previous week, however. The service said 782 deaths resulted from influenza or pneumonia in 114 cities during the week, » decline of 13 per cent. The num- ber of deaths from all causes in the same cities declined 3 per cent to 12,222. The decreases occurred in all sections of the country except in the Pacific states. In another report, the service preliminary data shows tha.t the number of new cases of active upper respiratory diseases for the week ended Oct. 12 declined .18 per cent. But it said until figures for subsequent weeks are reported, "it will rx>t be known whether this represents a leveling off in the incidence of such diseases." The number of new cases involving at least one day in bed because of flu, sore throaits, colds and similar illnesses was estimated at 10,048,000, compared with 12,238,000 for the. week ended Oct. 19. It estimated the . average number of persons sick in bed each day at 5,456,000 during the week. Since July 1, it said, 63 million persons have been affected by upper respiratory diseases, "his resulted in an aggregate of 190 million bed days o£ disability. CHICAGO HIP)—A report of 13 new flu deaths in West Virginia sent the nationwide toll from flu and its complications, chiefly pneumonia, toward the 900 mark. The United Press counted a total of 892 deaths from Asian flu, other types of influenza and their complications since the Asian virus first appeared in this country last summer. New York had the highest toll with 134 fatalities, followed by Georgia with 124 and Pennsylvania with 110. Only 15 states, mostly in the East and Southeast, have reported no flu deaths. INVESTMENT RULING INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Atty. Gen. Edwin Steers ruled today the City of Kendallville can legally invest certain electric utility funds in government bands. Kewanna Sylvester Sindut of Knox has purchased the five and dime store here from Mr. and Mrs. Marion Salathe. The new owner plans to move here with his mother, Mrs. Catherine Sindut, as soon as they find a place to live. Thirty members of the local civil defense unit were present at the meeting held in the library. Speaker for the evening was Sgt. De- Armand of Peru State Police post. The class will meet again Thursday evening. Krs. Ardis Zellers left Sunday evening for Ft. Leaver.worth, Kan. where she was called because of the critical illness of her mother, Mrs. Mike Rhinelander. The Zellers children are being cared for in the Arnold Zellers home. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Palmer of Marion were here Sunday visiting her sister, Mrs. Harry and her husband. H. F. Bulger is improved after suffering a severe nose bleed recently. Guests Saturday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cook were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh ,D. Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Crabill. Miss Nancy Fair of South Bend spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Fair. Visiting here Monday in the home of Mrs. Beth Reason and children were Mr. and Mrs. Claud Reason, Mrs. Howard Graham, and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Long and son Brad, all of Logansport. Mr. and Mrs. George Bitterling were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson at Winamac. Mrs. Roy Murdick and children of Lakeville spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Overmyer. Other din ner guests in the same home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Washburn of Lakeville and Mrs. Amos Stingley of Kewanna.. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bennett and daughter Judy spent Sunday with their son, Richard Bennett and family in Grand Rapids, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Baker, Mrs. John Urbin and Mr. and 'Mrs. Robert Mostellar accompan- ied the Fulton Assembly of Rainbow girls to Royal Center Thursday evening to attend a joint inspection of assemblies at Winamac, Royal Center, and Fulton. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Shidaker and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Shidaker and Mr. and Mrs. Manson Leap and family were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shidaker in Bremen. Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Brown and family were dinner guests Tuesday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Carr ir; Logansport to help them celebrate their third wedding anniversary. Mrs. J. Thomas and daughters, Mrs. Effie Carr and Blanche Nye of Rochester were guests Sunday evening in the Jonas Brown home. Mrs. Myrtle Herd spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dorton' and City. Friday Evening, November 22, 19ST. family in Hartford of relatives who gathered Sunday in the home of her grandmother and aunt, Mrs. Estella Stout and Blanche Stout of Medaryville for a carry-in dinner and reunion. Mrs. Harry Brown of Winamac and Mrs. Earl Brown of South INVESTIGATE DEATH GREENSBURG (UP) - Claude Whitlock, 68, Jackson, Mich., was killed Thursday when his loaded apple truck ran off Ind. 3 and overturned south of hero. But authorities said injuries caused in the accident were not sufficient lo Bend were guests here Saturdayj result in death. An investigation evening in the home of Mr. and' Mr. and M.rs. Earl Heimburger of Lafayette spent Monday with relatives and friends here. Mr. and Mrs. John Moore and family were among a large group] Read the Classified Ads Mrs. Ralph Kreamer and sons. The Baptist Young People's group will entertain those of the Culver Bible church at a "Progressive Party" here Saturday evening. Mrs. Robert Her.drickson has reported that 'her father, Clyde Collins of here who was severely hurt in an automobile accident in Highland, Ind. several weeks ago is slightly improved. He broke his leg. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Stokes and daughters of Plymouth spent Sunday here with her mother, Mrs. W. H. Kyers, who returned home with them. has been scheduled to determine whether Whitlock died of a heart attack or other natural causes prior to the accident. 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