Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 20, 1957 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, May 20, 1957
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Monday Evening, May 20, 1957. Gl Shoestring Dilemma Solved By "Master Minds By LOUIS CASSEL United Press Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON (UP) — You can eat your way into a coronary, a leading heart specialist said today, with "any kind of diet that contains too many calories." It's getting fat, and not merely «£.ting fat, that builds up the cholesterol deposits on the walls we don't need for nutrition. "I would tell him to broil his food instead of frying it: to trim all the fat from his meat before he eats it; to lay off rich desserts; to go easy on pure fats, such as butter, margarine and salad oils; to substitute fish or other seafoods (which are low in cholesterol) for meat at some meaLs; to eat a few of your arteries and invites coro- eggs a . week| which he needs [or r.ary heart disease, said Dr. Simon . nutri tjon, but not to have two fried Back, retiring president of the- bl]Uer every morn i ng ." American College of Cardiology, j Als0| Dack sa id, he would in- Dack, a cardiologist at Newi quirc wnether the patient had a York's Mount Sinai Hospital and, history of hoart disease in his __ editor of the American Journal of i farnjljr _ "Cardiology, acknowledged in an, "rh e ' re seems to be a tendency interview thai laymen have every I , Q inherit whatever fault of metab- right to be "confused" by the con- olism is responsible for cholesterol flicting statements that have ema- accurnu i a ti on ; n the arteries," he nated from medical researchers, said recently about the relation be-: ,,jj you are from a r ami j y t j, a t tween diet and heart trouble. : has had a i ot of heart disease, it "Doctors get confused too, ne; is par ti cu l a rly important that you said. "We are in a situation where start noWi however healthy you knowledge is advancing and inter-; may fee[ at lhe mornen t, on a liie- pretations are changing w rapidly ;, ong discipline of counting your that it is difficult to make dog-: ' Ca i 01 .i es an£ i keeping your diet matic statements about the pre--j mo[lerate i y low in fats." cise effects of various kinds of Rochester „ — .-- Charles E. Clark, 36, R. R. 7, cent"'agree"men't' before you start: Bioomington, escaped serious injury Friday evening, when the limestone filled truck he was driving turned over, after passing a foods." But you don't have to wait until medical scientists reach 100 per «ating sensibly, he said. Doctors Don't Agree "There is definite evidence that plain overeating — taking in too semi-trailer rig. The accident oc- many calories -of all types andicurred about one and a half miles gaining weight —is a very im-! south of Rochester, on State Road portant factor in increasing your!25. chances of coronary heart dis-j The driver was charged by state ease." 'police with improper passing and Heart disease now is the major is to appear in Justice Everett cause of death in this country. It!Gray's Fulton court next Saturday, claims more than 800,000 victims j Estimated damage to the truck a year. While there are many '. and !oad was placed at $500, types of heart disease, one of the! The Junior-Senior Prom of the most prevalent is atherosclerosis, | Rochester High School was heid a narrowing of the walls of the I.Saturday evening at the Colonial arteries which may lead to coro- Hotel, where they gathered at (>:30 nary thrombosis, high blood pres- p . m . for a banquet preceding the sure, strokes and other grave :prom. illnesses. ! Music for dancing was furnished In recent years, many scientists i by the Eddie Sears' quartette from have concluded that a primary 9 t 0 midnight. Two entertainment cause of atherosclerosis is the ac-1 programs were presented during cumulation in the walls of the • the evening by George Gilbert, arteries of undigested particles of| Beginning at 4 p. m. Sunday cholesterol. This is a fatty sub- j baccalaureate services For the sen- stance which is found in many j ors wrls held at the Grace Melh- foods and which also is produced j 0[ |j s t Church, with the Rev. James in the body itself by the liver and jKimsey of the First Christian other organs. • , ! church delivering the sermon. Some doctors have put patients (.special music was provided by the on stringent low-fat diets in an h j K h school chorus. The Rev. MISTER BREGER "Patience, dear — only eighteen days left of the 30- day free trial..." effort to curb cholesterol intake. Others regard low-fat dieting as a fad for which thore is no sound scientific basis. Even among the authorities who accept the proposition that .high cholesterol intake is a main cause of atherosclerosis, there i.s sharp _ divisipn about which types of fat Ere must harmful. Dack, for example, does nut be- liove there i.s "any validity" to the widely publicized theory that vegetable fats 'such as oleomargarine) are "safer" than animal fats (such as butter). He does believe that vegetable and'fish oils are somewhat preferable to the so- called "saturated" fats which are solid at room temperature (butter, meat fat, lard). Avoid EXCOHH Calories "From a purely practical point of view," he said, "the important thing to keep in mind is that the body can manufacture cholesterol out of any type of food, not merely out of fats. "If you eat too much sugar, proteins and carbohydrates, you arc asking for trouble even if you are consciously avoiding what you consider to be falty foods." Elimihatin" fat from the diet is "virtually impossible" anyway, he said. "You get fat from the shortening in bread and cake. You get it in whole milk and the yolks of eggs. And even when you eat the leanest cut of beef you can find, the meat Itself is 70 por cent fat." •What then is the specific advice lie would give to a patient who came to him for guidance about diet? "I would tell him to beware of excess calories, regardless jf the type. A little undernourishment would do overfed Americans a lot of good. He Suggests Diet "I would tell him to go ahead and cat a balanced diet—but use n little common sense about cutting out extra-rich foods from •which we got 'empty calories' that WITH THIS COUPON SAVE 10 ON EVERY DRY CLEANED ITEM TOP QUALITY-SURE TO SATISFY • Coupon must be presented with order • Not accepted on cleaning already ordered. • Offer void after June 1,1957. LONG'S 17th & Broadway CLEANERS LAUNDERERS 3rd and Linden held at the State Fair Grounds. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Shively were in Fort Wayne Sunday, when Mrs. Shively entered a Fort Wayne hospital for observation and treatment. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Camblin had as their guests, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Johnston of Bridgeport, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Curry, Mexico, are the parents of a son. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sausaman, Akron, are the parents of a daughter. Admissions to Woodlawn hospital are Mrs. Charles Bailey, Tippecanoe; Lou Groves, R.R. 5; Dennis Lockwood, Dccdsville; Mark Alber, 1224 Jefferson street; Mrs. Emma Smith, Rochester; Mrs. Sarah Barnhart, R.R. 5; Alvah Miller, Lucerne. Dismissals: Mrs. Robert Mer- kcrt and son, R.R. 4; Jacob Gensinger, Walkerton; Mrs. Leon Schipper and son, Akron. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Davidson of Leiters Ford, are the parents of a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Overmyer and sons had as their Sunday dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. Harry McVay. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Lavengood of Kewanna, and Mrs. Virdell Overmyer, of Fulton. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Logan returned to their home on R.R. 1, from a 10-day Visit with relatives and friends in Detroit, Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Shaw left Saturday for Bioomington, where they will pick up their son, Bobby Dale, who has been spending the past week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. McElhinney. From there they will go to Superior Neb., for a two weeks visit witl Mr, Shaw's parents, and other rel atives. Mrs. Maude Kreamer of Ro Chester was a recent visitor with relatives in Kewanna. Mr., and Mrs. Walter Kale accompanied their daughter, Florence; to' Chicago Saturday where she left by plane for Los Angeles, California, where she plans to stay for three weeks. While in Chicago, the Kiles will visit Mrs. Allie Fiffen and son, Robert. Denny Barkman, president of the Chippewanuck 4-H club, presided over the meeting when it convened in the home of Nancy Livesay. The pledge to the flag was led by Libby Sue Long, and the pledge to the 4-H flag was led by Mary Jane Thompson. The an- swers to the roll call was, "Name your favorite flower." The lesson was presented- by Ronnie Bailey, talking on "Top Care of Pigs" and also by Jane Smith,- speaking on "The care of Chickens." Phil Knap demonstrated how to repair a Light Cord, and Kaleen Krom told how to register a beef calf. A timely safety lesson on "Bike Safety" was presented by Virginia Thomp son. Frank Livesay gave a special on "Work in a Foundry" after which a recreational period was enjoyed with Harold Bailey acting as leader. At the close of the meeting refreshments were served by the hostess. A STREAMLINED LOAN SERVICE YOU'RE SURE TO LIKE FROM START TO FINISH Roy Decker of the First Presby-1 terian church and Dr. Claude Young of the host church took part in the program. The eighth grade students en- i joyed a "dress-up" record dance : in the gymnasium, Saturday evening from H to II o'clock, which ; was sponsored by the parents. A j goodly crowd was in attendance j and all reported a wonderful time. The Rev. Claude Fawns of the Akron Methodist church preached his farewell sermon Sunday, as he is retiring from the regular ministry of the church. His successor will be named at the close of the North Indiana Methodist conference, later this week. Mrs. Melita Snyder, assisted by eight mothers, accompanied 45 pupils of the third and fourth grades at lleilcr .school when they lour- ed places of interest in Rochester. Places toured were Armour Creameries, Dean Milk Plant, Stewart's liakery. The News Sentinel and the Post Office. The Bureau of Motor Vehicles lists the name of Alfred Lane, 419 West Third struct, on Us latest compilation of driver license suspensions. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Mclntire of Delong were Saturday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry McVay. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hammond, R. R. 1, Rochester, announce the engagement of their daughter, Shirley Ann, to William Grant Gates, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gales, R. R. 2, Rochester. Miss Hammond, who will graduate from the Rochester High school his spring,' is presently employed at the Flagpole. Mr. Gates is a graduate of Rochester High school and is employed at the News Sentinel. The couple have set June 30lh as their wedding date. James Zimmerman was In Tn- diiinapolis Friday where he altend- :cl the state convention of the Indiana Funeral Directors Association There's no "hemming and hawing" when you coma io us (of money. We roll up our sleeves and go io work for you right then and there. Whai's more, you don't have to borrow more than you need or less than you want. Loans Up to $500 O.A.C. CORPORATION 325 PEARL STREET Opposite Telephone Company Loganiport, Indiana TELEPHONE 5101 pick a pretty pay a perfect price $2.99 -$4.99 We've a wonderful collection of Fashion's cutest new styles ... Buskons, of course. Come havo a look, have a pair... have lots more. You can afford to at these prices. . SHOE SALON GOLDEN RULE FIRST FLOOR Wont a Glad Grad? 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SECOND FLOOR Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Threa Wife Slayer Suspect Flown to California DETROIT (UP> - Los Angeles County officers returned to California by plane with L. Ewing Scott, silver - haired "investment counselor" charged with murdering his wife. Wayne County sheriff's detectives accompanied the California- bound officers and Scott to Willow Run Airport. Scott, 81, vigorously fought attempts by federal and California authorities to return him to the West Coast until Friday, when he gave in and waived extradition. The extradition was on a forgery charge. But he is also charged with slaying his missing wife. Evelyn Throsby Scott 63, and stealing part of her $600,000 fortune. PHIL'S GETTING BIG LOS ANGELES (UP>— When Philip Alderette, 15 months old, yowled and screeched in imitation of his grandmother's cat everybody thought the performance pretty convincing. But Philip's feline charade ended when he tried (o go through the cat's private exit outdoors. 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