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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, May 20, 1957
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Monday Evening, May 20, 1957. How to Keep Your Heart Healthy Specialist Says Too Many Calories Responsible for Coronary Attacks WASHINGTON (UP)—The Army at last has shoelaces that will go through the holes. It claims also to have learned 'how to make dehydrated eggs that don't taste like—well, like dehydrated eggs. Testimony published today disclosed, however, that additional global problems remain to be solved. Item: -When an Arctic soldier says he is tired, how can the Army tell whether he really wasn't able to rest in his cold weather sleeping bag? (For $20,000 the Army may get the answer.) boots ripped o££ after a few days' use. This left the GI with nothing but a frayed lace to force through the eyelet, Jackson said. And as anyone 1 who has ever worn shoes knows, this gave the wearer "considerable difficulty." The Army called a conference of shoelace manufacturers and asked them if they could make a shoela-ce tip" that would stick. AH but one said no. He said he had been making such a tip for five years. "He then explained how Be did it," Jackson said. "We now can Item: Now that dehydrated food get them commercially from any is so good, and so handy for front- source we want." line troops, where are the troops I When Jackson told about the going to get the hot water to: "very good" dehydrated eggs the undehydrate it? , Army is making today, Rep Dan- Tip on Tips ' ! iel J. Flood (D-Pa.) was skeptical. Col. W. D. Jackson, chief of re-1 He recalled the World War II search and development for the, variety with a shudder. Quartermaster Corps, outlined the! "We havo always been convinced shoelace problem before a House that it was German spies that pre- Appropriations subcommittee April pared the dehydrated eggs, 1 ' he 1. Jackson said the Army found the metal tips on laces for combat said. Real Feed Bag Maj. Gen. Alfred B. Denniston, Delphi Mrs. James Stokes and daughters, Wendy and Cynthia, of Indi anapolis were guests on Mothers Day and Monday of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abner H. Bowen, while Mr. Stokes was on a business trip. Col. John E. Denipsey, high, priest, and nine other officers of Delphi Chapter No. 2!., R.A.M., went to Oxford Monday night, May 13th, for joint inspection, with Ben' ton and Lafayette Chapters. Lloyd W. Young, past.grand high priest, of Indiana and present grand lecturer, inspected the chapters. Benton Chapter opened the meeting, Delphi Chapter exemplified the first section of the Royal. Arch Degree and Lafayette Chapter completed the degree work and closed the chapter. The Grand Lecturer was highly pleased with the manner in which Delphi Chapter officers performed the degree work. One of the highlights of the meeting was the singing and piano playing of Rev. 0. P. Manker of Delphi. Those present fro'm the Delphi Chapter were: Col. Dempsey, Grover Kile, John Sanderson, Clarence Holier, Harry E. Reed, John Spoor, Herbert Carver, Car! Jones, William S. Smith, Sr., and John T. Smith. Knights of Columbus, Delphi Council, is planning a Communion Breakfast, May 26, for the Men of St. Joseph Parish, Delphi. The breakfast will be held at the Catholic Community Center, following 8 o'clock Mass at St. < Joseph Church. A leading Catholic layman will be speaker. Tickets, seventy- five cents each, may be obtained from any K. of C. member, or at the door on the morning of the breakfast. Serving on the committee are Burton Honan, chairman, John McCormick, Maurice Cli.'ford, James Clifford, Dr. B. C. Kerkhove, Orlando Loro, and James R. Wehlage. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Janz of nedr Colburn, formerly of route 4, Delphi, have purchased the Merrell riummer home at 1009 E. Columbia street in Elmwood Gardens. Mr. and Mrs. Plummer and family will move to the home they recently purchased in Warsaw in June. Read the Classified Ads NEW Du BARRY LIPSTICK 125* Looks so lovely whtlcyon ufe it it almost Jlirts for you I In Bkck, White and Golden finishes ... to hold amazing new Lustre-Life (the lipstick that creams on to 8tay all Jay) ... or regular "Moisturized". 10 heavenly shades. Refills .75* *piu»°» BUSJAHN'S DRUG STORE •08-4th Phono 3774 Early Marble Sculpture Found in Greece CHICAGO — A University of Ihicago expedition has unearthed the earliest piece of marble sculpture ever discovered in the Corinthian district of Greece. The expedition also discovered the sites of an early stadium and an ancient temple dedicated to the Palaimon at the Temple of Poseidon in Corinth. Oscar Broneer, professor of classical archaeology, heads the University of Chicago expedition which since 1952 has been excavating the ruins of the temple near the eastern 'end -of the Corinth Canal. Broneer said fragments of a large marble holy water basin dating to- the seventh century B. C. were discovered in .an ancient deputy quartermaster general, rallied to Jackson's support. "A chef can do a pretty good job of making them edible with plenty of jam," he said. Jackson showed the committee an experimental batch of precooked dehydrated food sealed in a bag of a nylon-type material. He said the soldier pours hot water in the bag, lets it stand 10 minutes or so, and he has a ready- cooked, hot meal for 25 persons. "Where does he get the hot water?" Flood asked. Rep. Robert L. F. Sikes (D-Fla.) wanted bo know why the Army is spending $20,000 to study sleep. Jackson said this is part of a project to develop a good sleeping bag. "Under Arctic conditions we give a soldier a sleeping bag which we hope will permit him to get six hours of rest per day," he explained. "The soldiers complain and say that they do not get enough rest. Therefore, they cannot work the next day. This is an attempt to scientifically measure the amount of rest a person gets." dump containing debris from a fire that destroyed the temple of Poseidon early in the fifth century B. C. Winamac A son, -Teffery, was born Friday, May 17, to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mitchel,. at the St. Joseph hospital, Logansport. Fred Hartwick pleaded guilty in Delbert Lebo's J. P. court to reckless driving and was fined $1 and costs. He was arrested by Sheriff Ralph Galbreath. The following spent Saturday in Indianapolis and attended the tryout races: Delbert Lebo, Will Fites, Cash Holbrook, and James Tuley. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mund and children and Albert Mund spent ttkf S&nafc True Life Adventures Friday in Indianapolis on business. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Link spent Sunday at Chanute Field, Rantoul, 111. The Links are members of the Flying Farmers, The Winamac Saddle club met Sunday at the shelter house in the Tippecanoe River State park. Albert McLochlin has sued Eva McLochlin for divorce. They were married in 1932 and parted in May this year. They live in Star City. Mrs. Don Enyeart and Mrs. I. L. Campbell' of Star City were guests Saturday of relatives here. Monroe Home Demonstration club No. 1, will meet with Mrs. Louise Andrews Thursday, May 23. Co-hostesses will be Mrs. Nell Morin, Mrs. Emma Smith ar.d Mrs. Lavonna Ginther. Odd Fellows will meet at the I.O.O.F. hall Thursday evening, 'May 23, for a social evening for members and friends. There will be entertainment and refreshments will be served. . Dr. and Mrs. W. R. Thompson entertained their bridge club at their home Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Holmes and children spent the week-end in Chi' cago with relatives. Mrs. Ralph Myers, who has been ill, was brought to her home Sunday from Robert Long hospital, Indianapolis, For All Occasions GREETING CARDS "that say what you want to .say' H lATT'S NEXT TO LOGAN THEATRE give the most-wanted gift of all.. o OMEGA Premier Zoli Picks New Italian Cabinet ROME (UP)—Italian President Giovanni Gronchi swears in a new cabinet today with hopes it may see the nation through to next year's elections despite its minority status. The 20-member cabinet, formed 3y Premier-designate Adone Zoli, is made up entirely of Christian Democrats. But it is carefully balanced between the left and right wings of the party. Seek Ex-Convict in Gang-Style Killing ST. LOUIS (UP) - Authorities .oday sought a former convict for a gang-style killing apparently prompted by a triangular love affair. The bullet - riddled body of Charles W. Adams, 24, was found Sunday on a country road near Florissant in St. Louis County. Police believed the slaying stemmed from Adams' love affair with Mrs. Virginia Barnes, 21, whose husband, Robert, is serving a 15-year sentence in the Missouri Penitentiary. County detectives questioned Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Plv* Barnes at the prison in Jefferson City. They theorized an ex - convict friend of Barnes, whom they did not identify, may have taken Adams for a "ride" as revenge for stealing Barnes' wife. Three of 5 Escaped Felons Still Sought KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UP)—Authorities today sought three of five "extremely dangerous" prisoners who locked up 18 deputies and trusties and escaped from the Jackson County Jail in downtown Kansas City. Two of the escapees were captured about three hours after the break Sunday in a taxi cab three miles from the jail. The two, arrested by motorcycle police "checking every car," offered no resistance although they were armed with pistols taken in the escape. 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