Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 25, 1957 · Page 21
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Monday Evening, November 25, 1957, Asks Congress To Tighten U.S. Security Laws Cutler Charges Some Information Helpful to Enemy WASHINGTON (UP)—President Eisenhower's security aide asked Congress Sunday to tighten U.S. $ccurity laws to prevent the publishing of information helpful to licly accountable," Moss said, "th» argument for secrecy, becomes! untenable." the enemy. The aide. helpful Robert Duller called Pope Gives Views On Mechanical Means for Life VATICAN CITY (UP) - Pope Pius XII said Sunday a doctor has a right but not a duty to keep an unconscious patient alive by extraordinary mechanical means. He said since life may' linger on after a patient's heart stops beating a doctor has the right to "reanimate" such a person by artificial means. But he said if the patient -s in a coma and shows no signs oE improvement the doctor may stop for the clamp down in view of the j lne artificial respiration if the recent disclosure by a trade maga-' family insists, even it this makeii zine that U.S. radar, stations in ' l certain the patient will dici. Turkey have been tracking Soviet "J' n f u . ch a ca se there is no di- missile tests for the last two i re & disposition of the life of thi! years. patient, neither is it euthanasia Cutler told the House Informa- 'mercy death) which is never tion subcommittee that the dis- legitimate," the Pope said. "Even closure by Aviation Week lastl wnen 'removal o Jthe apparatus! month was "prejudicial to our na- Provokes the - cessation of blood tion and its people in the free circulation, the interruption of the world struggle for survival." i attempts at re-animation is only Robert Hotz, editor of the maga- indirectly the cause of the cossa- zine, said existence of the stations tion ° r life -" was known to the Turks and the Tne 83-year-old Pope was speak- Russians dnd was a secret only ! n " in French to delegates to an to Americans. He said no security' international congress of anas'Jiet- issue was involved. >' s ' s who attended a special audi- The subcommittee wrote Cutler ' ence in the apostolic palace. His; about reports that he recently 'comments were in direct answer urged businessmen to withhold ad-i to questions, involving Catholic v'ertising from Aviation Week be-| mora '''y anti philosophy in medi. cause of its disclosure. ! c ' ne submitted to him by Dr. In his reply, Cutler' conceded Bruno Haid, head of the anesthesia, that he denounced the magazine's department at Insbruck (Austria) report in a closed door meeting of University clinic, the Commerce Department's business advisory council in Hot Springs, Va., on Oct. 2e. He said' he told the group that the disclosure injured U.S. security. | He said he did not mention the magazine by name, but comment- \ ed that some of the businessmen! COMMUNITY.GHOIR PREPARES FOR THANKSGIVING SERVICE Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Thr«« he "twice tried to escape from the Korean prison camp where he was eonvi:ted of collaborating with the enemy. He said he "still intends to become a Baptist minister if I can made ends meet." He said he would attempt to secure a job in Nashville, Tenn., to put himself through the Baptist Bible College there. PERU— Achievement Awards Slated PERU— Miami county boys and girls will te given awards at the annual county achievement meeting at 7:3(1 p.m. Monday at the community building. ' Mrs. Lois Smith of (he dairy council of Kokomo and Peru will present certificates to 'all who exhibited dairy foods at the county 4-II fair. Jack Floois will give key awards lo eight girls who have outstanding records in club work. They are Rowena Hahn, Carol Sue Walls, Barbara Kotlerman, Connie Fet' es ' AIic Ann state for achievement in citizen' ship, records, junior leadership, and other projects. Certificates of recognition for completion of the 4-H tractor maintenance project will be awarded to' all 4-H boys who qualified. Merchandise awards will be given to county electric winners. Charter and seals to standard and honor 4-H clubs will be presented also, • Read the Classified Ads Uana probably were advertisers in the! publication. ROCHESTER— Frasers Win Potato Yield j ROCHESTER—Jim Fraser The Logansport Community Choir, above, conducted its final rehearsal Sunday at the Grace Lutheran church for the union Thanksgiving i!, ' ' ^ . service to be held at that church ai 8:30 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 28. The churcUes whose pastors are members of the Cass County Ministerial | f5 ancis ' - 1 ' rancls Association cooperated to organize this 50-voice choir under the direction of Ccdric C. Cox, assistant pastor of the Baptist Temple. The. yers accompanist is Miss Sue Fitzgerald. ' (Pliaros-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) ! Pins and medals will be given lo the 4-H agricultural and home Deaths and Funerals jhis .Father Fred of Rochester had SHORE Funeral services for Edward Shorb, BO, of 1409 High street, will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Chase' Miller funeral home, with the Rev. and Kenneth Brady officiating; The Former Turncoat On Way to Visit Parents in Virginia KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UP)—For- 1 the Ft. Leavenworth, Kan., dis- ' ciplinary • barracks. The former Army corporal had where lie will visit sisters briefly before leaving for his parent's home at Big Stone Gap, Va. Dickenson was freed Saturday from mer Communist collaborator. Edward Dickenson began the second lap of his homeward • journey to Virginia today, expecting to find "some for me, some against me." The 27-year-old onetime G-I turncoat was enroute to St. Louis bitter words for an account of his he was "beaten down" and faced a "grim future." "Sure, there'll be some folks for me and some against me," he said. Denying substantial wrongdoing, he said "I never knew what I was getting into in the first place. They told me I was going release from the barracks pub-1 (to Korea) to fight the Commu- lished in the Kansas City Star nists, but I didn't know what that newspaper. Dickenson said he par-. meant or anything else." The dis- ticularly objected to a passage that!honorably discharged soldier said economic 'judging and home demonstration winners who made the district contest. There will be medals from the Notice B. of II. T., Lodge No. 109 Ritualistic services for our late brother, E. - F. Schorb, Monday, Nov. 25, at 7:30 p.m. at Chase- Miller mortuary. —P. R. Miller, Pres. At FERNBAUGH'S Men's Handtome HEMATITE RING In Sterling $11.50 In 10K gold $24.50 See our complete selection of Rings and Jewel ry. FERNBAUGH'S Jewelry Store "Where Your Credit It Good" 416 E. Broadway K I I I I « § "I did' not state that any adver- i hi S hesL potato yields at the North -'-- - • -- - ' <ern Indiana Muck Crop show. tiser should boycott the magazine," he added. Subcommittee Chairman John E. Moss (D-Calif.) said, "When secrecy is extended to dinner meetings at which government officials are enabled to make remarks for which they are not pub- TO TAXI'AYKas OF Al)^ DITIO.VA.L APIMIOPUIATIOP.S >. T otiL-e Is hereby E Iven to the taxpayers of the -• •• -• TJie son's yield was 464 bushels: an acre, the father's 477 bushels an acre. Bob Eraser had the nexJ largesl yield. W. K Gast of Akron won a second place honors in and two the onion third-place exhibits, a third place in the soy bean class, and had the largest pumpkin. Kenton Gast of Akron won first taxpayers of the Civil City of j j • iL • , Los-ansport, Indiana, that the ° nd second m the onion class and Common Council of said City at th« regular meeting- In the Council Chambers on the 2nd day o£ December, 11157, will consider the following additional approcria- tiona which said officers consider necessary to meet the extraordinary emergency existing at this time. TO CITY GENKHAL FU.VDi MOAJtD OF I'UIILIC 1VOHKS AN1> SAFKTT 1-111 Services. Regular S 100 00 3-3S Supplies General ... 85.00 6-52 Licenses and Fees .. 15.00 POLIO; 2-214 Telephone and Tele- sraph 75.00 Z-252 Repairs ot Equipment SCO.00 4-451 Parts of Equipment 100.00 BOARD OK PUIILIC WOHK A.\U SAKKTV 2-2G7 SeTvaee Disposal .. 4,000.00 5-57 Taxes 47500 CLKRK-THEASUllER 1-111 Services Regular .. 1,125.00 COUXCII, 1-111 Services, Regular . . 1,260.00 CITY COURT 1-111 Services, .Regular 2,250.00 CITY COl'IlT 3-36 Office Supplies .... 100.00 STUBET & SEWER 2-253 Repairs of City Curbs & Sidewalks .. 400.00 2-254 Repairs of Sewers 400.00 PAIIKS 2-262 Other Contractual Serv 100.00 CEMETERY 2-25 Repairs 400.00 4-451 Parts of Equipment 400.00 SPECIAL STREET 2-25 Repairs 700.00 2-2C. Other Contractual 18,500.00 4-43 Street & Alley Materials 6,000.00 4-451 Parts of Equipment 1,200.00 Taxpayers appearing at such meeting shall have a right to be htmrd thereon. The additional appropriations as finally made will be automatically referred to the State Board of Tax Commissioners, which Board will hold a further hearing within fifteen days at the County Auditor's Office of Cass County, Indiana, or at such other place as may be designated. At Such hearing, taxpayers objecting to any of such additional appropriations may be heard-and interested taxpayers may inquire of the County Auditor when and where such hearing will be held. RALPH G. SMITH Clerk-Treasurer City of Losansport, Indiana 16-23 "You mean, VKEDOL. 1O-3O. the4-Season Motor Oil. One grade for all-weather protection!" World famous! REALGAS, Inc. Logansport, Ind. second in the soybeans. In the Hybrid corn exhibit, Fred ^raser was first; Ned Miller oE Cewanna, second; Jim Fraser, hird. Edward Schultz, Argos. won first ilace and Tim Scfiultz, Aigos won econd. place in the peppermint oil xhibit. Brotherhood of. Railway Trainmen will hold rites at 7:30 p.m. Monday. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. MAYHEW Final' rites for Keith Mayhew 32, of route 1, city, were held Monday afternoon at the McCloskey-Hamilton funeral home, with the Rev. Raymond Skeltor; officiating. Burial was in Davis cemetery. TOOTIIMAN Funeral services for Martha El- .len Toothman, 65, of 1301. George street,' were held Monday afternoon at the Pilgrim Holiness church,' with the Rev. Ralph McCroy officiating. Burial was in Mt. Hope cemetery. SHOP-TUES., WED., THURS., 9-5, FR1. AND SAT. 9-9 jxTrm for daytime... playtime... gaytime! 16.50 "Skippie" Girdleiere "assures comfortable, lightweight slimming from every fashion angle! A wonderful "all-in-one" that gives you famous "Skippies" boneless comfort plus the streamlined "all-over" slimming of a one-piece garment. In nylon, elastic .net with embroidered nylon, elasticized marquisette. "Life Romance" bra top. White with pink embroidery. Sizes 33-38 B and C. Two Graduate Corsetiers GOLDEN RULE CORJJET DEPT.-SECOND FLOOR ' The new CONTINENTAL MARK III Tht Incomptnblt Continent*! Murk III Attention fine car buyers: your dream of Continental elegance can now come true If you have longed for Continental elegance but felt it a bit beyond your reach, then long no more. The new 1958 Lincolns now share the timeless Continental look to which all other motorcars have aspired. The regal bearing of the long Continental hood . . . the flowing grandeur of the clean Continental lines—you'll find now in this year's Lincoln Premiere and Lincoln Capri. And, of course, for classic elegance at its most magnificent, there is the incomparable new Continental Mark. III. And, even here, this is no longer a car ju'st for the wealthy, but is now well within the means of most fine car owners. How is all this possible? Only because Lincoln designed and built a new plant to produce these great cars ... the most advanced and efficient plant in the industry. And Lincoln is determined to make the experience of Continental luxury available to more people than ever. Continental owners will tell you there is nothing to com- jare with the sublime satisfaction of taking the wheel of an automobile that knows no peer. Much of this same satisfaction in surpassing beauty, ride and incomparable engineering can be yours in the Continental-inspired 1958 Lincolns. We invite you to make this pleasant discovery today at your Lincoln dealer's showroom. Unmistakably...the finest in the fine car field The Continental-inspired 1958 LINCOLN Tht mtgnlflctnt Lincoln Pnmltr* HAVENS MOTORS INC Market Street at 25th - Logansport, Ind. Phone 3507 PIlRlin 1IRRAR\

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