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Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, May 27, 1957
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LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY FA 70s. Temperature INDIANA: Fair and cool tonight. Tuesday . fair and warmer. Low tonight 45 to 53. High Tuesday in the 12 noon 58 degrees. Sunset 8:03 p.m., sunrise 5:21 a.m. [ "YOUR HOME TOWN NOW IN OUR 313th YEAR HOME EDITION Founded 1844^- FOT AH De|»r(_e»t« PkoM 4141 LOGANSPORT, INDIA'NA, MONDAY EVENING, MAY 27, 1957 F»ll-L»a»ed Dnlied Pro D«r •»* Hlght Price Per Copy, Seven Cents HOUSE DEFENSE SLASH TO STAND King and Giles Transferred to New Pastorates Kev. George Dunham and Rev. Thomas AVeigand Named to Succeed Them Here The Rev. Jack T. King, pastor of the local Main street Methodist church for the past three years, was named pastor of the Windfall Methodist church, and the .Rev. A. Dale Giles, pastor of the Wheatland avenue Methodist church, v.-as named pastor of the Uniondale Methodist church when Bishop Itichard C. Raines read the pastoral appointments at the conclu- ,sion of the North Indiana conference Sunday at Wahash. Succeeding Kev. King at Main street will he Kev. George Dunham, who has been pastor at Windfall For the past four years, while Rev. Giles will he succeeded by the Rev. Thomas Weigand, associate pastor of Graca church at Knkomo for the last two years. The other Loganspurl Methodist ministers were returned here. The Kev. Harry Ilashberger, 310 Fifteenth street, is beginning his fifth year as pastor of the local Market street church; the Kev. Slays Friend JEFFERSONVULLE (UP) — Lawrence Johnson, 38, Jeffcr- sonvllle, was stabbed to death today and authorities held a friend for investigation. Harry Allman, 33, who wax detained, told police the stabbing occurred at his homo following a drinking spree in Louisville Sunday night. All- raan said an argument Johnson had with another man led io the stabbing. Ilaymond P. Echols, street, is beginning 31 r> KIghth his second year as pastor of the Broadway church; and the Rev. Glen R. Campion, !(12 Twentieth street, is starling his fiflh year as paslor of the Logansport parish. Reverend Dunham, Ihe new Main ulreet pastor, began preaching In 11)28. He served the Auburn circuit, East Mishawuka, Piercelon, Trinity of Kokomo, Gaston, Grace of Anderson, and Jonosboro, before going to Windfall. Reverend Weigand, the new j Wheatand avenue pastor, began his ministerial career In 11)51 al the Jlobbs - Struwlon charge. From Ihere he went lo Ihe Santo l?e circuit before serving as associate pastor al Ihe Grace church in Ko- fjomo for Ihe past two years, lie is a graduate of Taylor univcruily urn! Ihe liul.ler School of Ke.-ligion. Dean Cornelius, who is a local Junior high school teacher, was named supply paslor for the Lincoln-Salem charge, siicceesding the Jte-v. William Johi'Hon, who goes to'scdwick Chapel-l lorlonvillc. The Rev. Lcrny Myers, paslor nl Onward, relired and his successor has not yet been named. Tho Rev. Lowell Townsend, former member of Ihe local Murkel Hired church, was named associ- ale pastor of Ihe Main street church lit Kokomo, and he will be succeeded al Ihe Arcadia church by the Rev. Ralph Baker, former member of the local Wheat/land avenue church. Tho Rev. Karl Sharp, brother of I.dgunsporl School Superintendent Charles Sharp. was transferred from Knightstown lo Bcarner Church at Kokomo. The Rev. Maurice Kesslor, pastor at JJwnknr Hill, wim transferred lo Akron, and he will be micccdod al Bunker Hill by the Kew. James W. Rhine, from Upland, The Rev. ICrnedl Cobbs is going from Iho Llncolnvllio circuit to Converse, sueccodinu the Rev. A Ray Nolaeid, transferred lo Alto- West Mlddlclon. The Rev. Clifford Conn of the Shldler circuit will succeed the Rev. Jesse Hyrd ut lhc Santa Ke circuit. Tho ministers will amuime Iheir now pastorates ne-xl Sunday and will move In the following, week. Mervin G. Kmler, of Llils city •was elected to the Boarel of I2vnn- Kcllstn during Iho Jive-day confer- trice al Wubafih. The Rev. II. L. Avery, formerly of Logunsporl, who has been pastor ut Mon-iH chapel In Iho Warsaw dlHlrlcl, rellrod. Other former Logan.s|)ort minis- tern, who wero relumed to their charges, Include) ICwart Tlilloy, be- Secret Talks Conducted On Disarmament Air of Optimism Pervades As Powers Resume Conference in London LONDON (UP) — Top secret proposals brought lo London by the American and Soviet representatives lo the current disarmament talks raised hopes lhat the; First "a mall, measured steps" will be taken today toward world diarmamcnt. Moscow dispalche.s reported cautious oplimism in Ihe Kremlin despite slatements in the official, Communist newspaper Pravda; Ihal U.S. Mm. Arthur Raclford addition to the local post, partici- SCHOOL SAFETY PATROL MEMBERS ENJOY ANNUAL OUTING Members of the school safety patrols were Riicsls of the Chicago Motor Club mid the Lognnspofl Police traffic department at their annual picnic held al Klversldc park Monday afternoon. The activities opened with i lunch, followed by games of skill. (Pliiiros-Trihunc Photo-Engraving.) Legion Tours Cemeteries Thirty-six Legionnaires, including a delegation from Wallon in was a "sinister force" who tried to blacken (ho outlook by voicing distrust in any Soviet negoliations. paled in the annual Lour lo decorate the graves of World War vet- crans in Cass county Sunday. U.S. delegate Harold Slasscn A geranium and a flag were arrived early today with new placed on each of Ihe graves, nnd proposals framed in a week of,lhere was a .short service, includ- confcrences with President Eisenhower und Secretary of State John Foster Dulles. J'rc-Confercnce Meeting lie was expected to meet nt once wllh Ihe British, French and Canadian delegates bofore plunging inlo a new round of talks wilh Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister Valerian J/orln, Xorin arrived s h o r 11 y before mldnlghl after similar talks in Uie Kremlin during Iho United Nations disarmament subcommittee's 10-day recess. Slusson nnd Zorln hud prepared the groundwork for agreement in u scries ot secret meetings outside Ihe main conference. Success appeared lo hinge.' on whether //orin has been authorized lo proceed along Ihe lines Lhey worked out. Rumored Provisions Apparently this would include ItiisMa abandoning Us sland Unit Uie Wesl rriu.il renounce iwe of Ihe H-bomb and A-bomb before disnr- mnmenl can begin. Tho Wesl has rejected this .stands on groundx il ineisl have Iho super - weapons lo equal Russia's superior slrenglh In convcnllonal weapons and manpower. Slassen's lu.nl - minute Inslruc- llons from President K.lsenhower were so secret thai neither Iho which remained behind in London nor the Western Allies had been informed about them. British and K r e n e: h officials nxked lo huve the conference post- 'pone'd a week while the West consults, but Ihe United Statew choMU lo go Immediately Into negotiations with Iho Soviets. ing a prayer and taps, at each cc- mclery visited. Since there were two additional cemeteries on the itinerary this ycur, the tour lasted longer than usual, starling at (I a. in. and ending al 4:80 p. m. Graves' of veterans In Ml. Mope and SI. Vincon). cemeteries in Lo- gansporl were decorated Saturday. The VFW was decorating the graves of Civil and Spanish-American wtir veterans In Iho counly Monday. Commander Michael of Ihe local Legion posl. expressed appreciation lo the Walton delegation for participating in Iho lour, and it. was announced thai u local delegation will allend Uie Walton Legion posl's Memorial service lo be held iicxl Sunday at 2 p. in. ginning his second year at First church hi Klwood; Irvln L. PiiHey, beginning hlx third year at Central of Anrii'rxoii; Wilbur V. Day, al Noble streel In AnderHtm; D. K. KInch, beginning his fifth year ut Fishers; K. K. Landrcy, blurllng his tenth year at Kortvlllo; Gor- inan Prllchell, be^glniilnnt! hlit Blxth year at Frunkton; J. T. Frost. slarliiiK hl.i fifth year al. First church in New Castle; Verlin (J, Vernon, third year al Columbia Admit Gov. Handle/ For Medical Checkup INDIANAPOLIS (UP) - Governor Hundley was ndmlllod to a hospital lodny for treatment of a stomach upsot bin office described as "nothing norloliH," Hnndluy entered Indiana Unlvor- Ity Medical Cenler for u chocktip and his office said ho would spend two days undue observation. Reports $130 In Cash Gone Henry McDowell reported lo ally police .Sunday afternoon Hint fi:il) was missing from his grocery sloro al IIOL West Miami avenue. The grocer told officers Hint, part of HID money which had been Inken WII.H from Ihe postal siihslullon In his store. Uo said Iho missing cash Included one $20 1)111 and eleven $10 bills; A break-in at the Groat Lake Distributing company office, J!li)0 Brio a venue, was roporled Idle Saturday. Police found that on- Iruncc had been gained by prying open n window, of lor another window had been pried on. Desks had been ransacked und llio s-ufe tampered wilh, Itul iiolhlng was roporled missing In Ihe break- In, which company officials said occurred Saturday afternoon. CAR, TRUCK COM/IDE A truck, driven by Hurry T.,eo Over-peek, (12, of rouU) I, New Rlclmuinei nnd an- automobile, op- ecatoil by Robert Lou Itullur, 27, of 400 Humphrey sired, collided al Ifoui-l.li and North slreels Mori- Both Dulles And Ike Talk With Adenauer West German Foreign Minister Is Also Present At Scries of Conferences WASHINGTON' (UP)—President Kiscnhower nnd West German Chancellor Konrnri opened formal Inlks Adenauer, today on pressing world problems wilh fast- breaking disarmament developments lopping lh c tint. The doughty chancellor nnd his foreign minister, llelnrich von Brcr.luno, headed for a meellng flrsl wiUi Secretary of Slate John Foster Dulles. Adenauer Lhen planned l.o attend u luncheon glalierlng with Kiscnhowe.';- at whldi In: apparently will spell out. in further detail (iernumy's position on five-power disurmumonl nugotlnlions resuming today in London. The two lenders had n chance lo "slake out the terrain" of their .niks til on informal niccling Sunday amid llii! rolling gram acres of Ihe Prcsldcnl's farm In Gettysburg, l-'u. Tho President also look Uie opportunity lo show off some of his prize aligns ca'.tle UH he look Adenauer on n lour of his farm, Tho two will take up loduy where they lefl. off Sunday after three hour.s of private discussion. Besides disarmament lop Issue Many Attend Open House Several thousand visitors inspected tho Logansporl slalo hospital Sunday during llinl institution's second annual open house from 10 a.m. lo •! p,m. The visitors were divided into groups of 20 to 30 persons for con- dueled lours of tho buildings and grounds, and representatives of the various departments were pvesent lo explain Ihe functions of each. A.s thu visitors entered the main gale of Ihe hospital they were given n mimeographed reaimio of thu history of Iho institution and Floodwaters Still Sweep Three States [lanipnitinK Trinity Kivcr Recedes At Dallas nnd Fort Worth But New Danger Arises Rotate Court . INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — New chief justices took charge today in the Indiana Supreme and Appellate Courts in the regularly six-month rotation system. Judge Norman F. Artcrburn, Vinccnncs, succeeded Judge Harold E. Achor, Anderson, as chief of the Supreme Court, and JiidRc Hurry L. Crumpacker, Michigan City, succeeded Judge Donald K. Bowcn, Bloomlngton, us chief of the Appellate Court. Ike io Rely On Senate to Restore Cuts GOP Leaders in House Concede There Is Little Chance to Tack 81,200,000,000 On Measure \VASrTJXGTON (UP) — HousB Republican le'adcrs agreed today to fighl for restoration of about 300 million dollars of a $2.5(17,000.000 cut in President Eisenhower's defense funds. In so doing, they conceded they have no chance of restoring the $1,200.000,000 Eisenhower has said he must have. "We?'ve go:, lo face reality," said GOP Leader Joseph W. Martin Jr. (Mass.). The 1 decision was reached at n, 90-ininule closej session of tho House Republican Policy Committee, a 30-man group comprising GOP leaders and key Republican members from all regions. In effect, il meanl the administration will have to make its main fight in Uie Senate !o head off what the Pre.siek'itl believes to be} crippling cuts in his 3fi-uillie>n-c!oU la:- defense request. The House Appropriations Committee recommneded a $33,5-11,000,000 appropriation to run tha Army, Navy nnd Air Force in the 12 months starting July 1. TJiis was $:!,r>S7,ooo,oofl less than Ihe President wanted. Martin declined to say exactly By UNITED PRESS Eleven Dead In Mounting Traffic Toll Two More Fatal Farm Tractor Accidents Recorded in State Over Weekend By UNITED PRESS At least 11 persons died in traffic accidents on Indiana's streets nnd highways over the weekend, including two farmers injured fa- lally in Iraclor accidents on highways. Tho tractor accidents 'killed Wilbur Fahrnow, -Ifi, Iluntinglon, and James Billings, IS, Rockporl. Fahrnow died in a hospital Sunday of injuries sustained Saturday when he was pinned under his Iraclor as it overturned along U.S. 2'1 near HunliiiKlon. Billings died Saturday w>ien a tractor he crease the funds would be drawn was driving overturned uml caught ipxwpt !o say lhat each of tho services would bo affected. All- KOITI* May Ke'iicflt fire along Ind. 0(1 near his home. The only double 1'at.ality of (he A week-long siege of violent weekend was recorded at Evans- weather rolunlcd In the Southwest lodny, but flood waters ami the llio work done by Uie various du-: llliruul ot n< "' c!s con tin tied to parlmenls as well as a map showing the locutions of the buildings, The hospital's closed circuit television system was in operation! plague three scales. The raging Trinity River, which rorceel some li,(X)(l persons from ! their homes al Dallas and Fort during Ihi) clay, giving the visitors! a chnneej to .sue thumselvus on thej Worth during the weekend, reccel- television screen unel lo inspect. Iho equipment. Tile lours began In front, of Ihej administration building, wllh Dr. Frank Hoglo, ussLslanl superintendent, briefing llio visitors on Ihe work of the hospital before Ihey bogun their lours. eel today. For many of the evacuees, II was Ihe Ihird time they've hud to flee Iheir homes In n uf Ulu |,, cl ,i bun | cs „,. the day afternoon. Noillior driver wus wants on Uiln point, Informed a Injured. Give $3,500 To Hospital A eonlribullon of $3,5110 by Alpha Industries lo lhc Memorial iuispllal expansion nnd Improvement, fund was announced Monday by officials In charge ot the hospital fiinil-ralHlng campaign. Subscriptions and elonalioiiK In Uie drive exceed $345,000. ClonI for the campaign IK $100,01)0, Anyone who has not yel conlrlhulcd or sub- on the agenda are C.ennaii mini- s( .,.i|, C (| | 0 Uio fund mny do so al. Mention, Soviet, pollclo and ele volupinonl.*! In Kji.vleni Kurope Including u -peis.sible .sululllle .swing away from Moscow. The Prusldcnl undoubtedly will assure Adenauer thai (.lie Unllcd Stales will nnl 'agi-eo Lo any "neul.rall'/.utlon" of Germany us a price for an ISii.il-Wo.sl di.iunivu- meinl. accord. Adonuucr has Indicated he will go along wllh any "flr.sl-st.ep" ells- unna-nienl plan BO long as he re- celve.s assurances Uio IT n I L e d SI.U'.CK will noi. go furlher wllhoiil. some progress being muele toward reunlllnu ('iermuiiy. The Uniled Sin Los appears willing l.o glvo Ihe chancellor what ho ces sahl. About 2,100 persona had to leave Uieir homes in Dallas and about •1,000 were forced lo fleu in Forl Worth. Weathermen predicted more showers and tluiiKlerslorms In Texas today, .posing u Ihrcol oC serious flooding In wesl Texas. The Arkansas lllvin- near Dar- dunelle, Ark., llu'onlmed to spill over Ic-vees and Inumlnlc about 20,000 iici-os of farm land und 200 homes. Alwul 150 National tiiinrds- mun and volunlecrn fought to strengthen Uie levees und prevent u breait '..hrough: Al Durnnl, Oldn., heavy rains draining Into glanl f.U'ko Texomn on the Oklnhonia-Texus border vilie where n WLM-U killed when Ihcir speeding car went, out of control on a city street und hit a tree. Killed were Georgu William Durbin, 111, and Mrs. Ruby Chandler, 411, both 01 Kviinsvillc. Two Ill-year-old youths were killed in separate accidents. Robert J. Gener'of Whilinu wus kllloel when his cur wonl otil e>{ control and crushed us he raced another car ulonj; l>ie Tri-Slnle Highway in Lake Counl.y. Conrad L. Neiil/.un- holm- of Indianapolis died in u """'I' 1 ' 1 ' three-cur accident on Ind. -M west'"" cl " m!> ot Conne'r.willc. June Smith, 17, Furl Wuyne, wiu killed in u (.hive-vehicle oolli- sion on Inel. 'U7 near Auburn. She was a passenger in a cur which smnsheel inlo the rear of u truck und then swung inlo Iho path of nil oncoming car. TWD peMle'jvlrinns were: killed in highway accidents. llcrscvie'll C!uf- f,oy, 30, Windfall, was run over by a car a.s he lay on Ind. 213 in Howard Counly, Police said he was Intoxicated. Sam Mann, 21, Knox, was hit by u truck ns he ran from behind a movliii'. nulii nl. lhc juncllon of U.S. 30 and U.S. 35 near Kneix. Glen Kelwiml Me-i-rle-k, 111!, Indianapolis, dl'e'd when his cnr struck Rep. John Tuber (R-N.Y.l, ranking OOP member of Ihe Appro- jpriatlons Cojnmiltee said the Air Force would Ret the 1 bigger shore of Ihe 300 million dollars. Speaker Sam Rayburn (Te-x.) suid he will slick with the committee's recommendation. Tlicro were indk'atiems Ihal most ollior Deme)crats will,- too. Committee Chairman Clnrem-ei CaniKin (U-Mo.) said the'iv Is "no chance 1 whati'ver" Hint the 1 House will upset Ihe committee's net ion. Hut Martin said a crowing we're "toe) st-vere" aael Mjim' money niay he 1 put liae-k in Ihe bill, wJiie-h now conlains $:i:t,- !>•!!.000.000 lor Iho fiscal ye'nr The House limit up the measure* Friday and planned lour more he>nrs <»l debate 1 today. AmeMid- nu'iits may be' lake'n up Tue-selay. Passage is rxpeTU'd WeMlne'sday. Hiith Kisenliowcr ami De'lVnso Socrelnry CharU's K. Wilsein have' called for restoration of about half e>f tho nil. Tho re-si of it is n bookkeeping transaction, they said. Reip. Clinrli-s A. Hallwl! (R- Ind.), who Is e'onsldewl lo re-fltH't White' House vle-ws, said he 1 thinks i'i<ilucll<His orek-ri'd in aireirnfl. pro- and nilssilo.s pni'ticular- « bridgo nillfni.', high Aeldlllonal contributions totaling $4,riOO were announced Saturday. Bulletins WASHINGTON (UP)— Tlii* SH- pre!Mi« Oourt ioeliiy rrverst'el lliei <M)nvli:Lloit (>r Heni-y (Thu Diildi- nuin) (iriitittwaM line) live* e'llwrs In ii $1(10,001) lux fix mine 1 nnd <»•- Uiinid n iieiw Irlnl lor all tlu-oei. overspread Ihe eustern Dakotns .and Ihe (jreul. Lakes, and pushed WASHINGTON (UP)—-The Sn-;south 'o, eastern Texas and Ihe prom« Court agreed tiielay to ex-'Gulf CohKl slates, Tamper, nl tire*) nmlnn tint nppmil »l thei Nallemnl dropped from 12 In 111 elegros.i In AHNiHilntlnn (nr thei Ai'JvnniMimnnl; llio ejiillrc area, rnnglii|( from near nf Colornd pue»|)lii froen H $100,000! 40 during the night In l.l'.e far north (,'iinteMiipt fine In Alabama. Mo the 70s in Iho south. tlin ulr, anil came el.nvn on an-! Itul . '<• bo n , i , i n , , in UHJ Ull , liuu v.iuin vn'«u .'ii it,,- i .... irununcd o send Ihe lake spill- jo , htM . ,„,. „,„„,, „ , 0 ,, nly ron(1 ln |ve-ry ddJIciill" lo win re'sloration Into rich farm secllons e)f 'Pexas. Oklahoma and Arkunsns, Army onglneei-ir said ' the lake, emu of Ihe largest mnn-muelo lakes In Ihe world, has risen moi'o llinn i>unde.'d from 111,000 acres lo 1:15,000 n blast e>f cold air Tranquilizing Drugs Aid Fight Against Mental Illness Trun(|ullly.li>K drugs Imvti revo- lullonl'/.cel the treatment of pulienlH al the Logunspoii Klulo hospital HO thai today the outlook for patients with mental lllnoss Is much more hopeful than ever before, Dr. John Soulhwortli, /xiiifccllff .fiiparlnlflii- dent, . revealed today In releasing figuroN lo show thu changes brought iilniul by chemotherapy. These figures show thai. In Iho lust fiscal year 177 more putlents wuro elischnrguel from Iho hospllnl than were iiclmitled, They show City; and J. Vergil Slbernl, nlnUi Itimi. Iho average lejnglh of hospllnl- year al Trlnlly In. KIMiart, j'l/allon of discharged pulienlH luis Kev. tleorgo Hredeineleir \n be- !beo|i .gill, a.lmeml In half since Llio ginning his second year ul Cial- jintroduclioii of traii(|ulll7.ln|{ drugs veston; Augusl Uimlquiil is be!git)-.,Jn May,. 1115,1, and thnl Ihejr'e has nlng his third year at Twelve Mile-!been an amu-/.lng Incrcnse In Ihe Mexico; and M. Thomas Swanlner jrnlo ot pallonl dlHcharges. Ihe' same lime Ihe reduction in Ihe dcHlrucllvonuSH ot tho more dliUurhael pulleiiU has brought big savings In u Oil purcenl reduction In Ihu number of panes of glass broken, a 33 percent .decrease In linen loss, and even un II. percent drop In coal eonmimpllon Supor- Intondonl Soulhworlli'pointed out, Is starling his second year at | Wiiilon-lioover. The Rev. Arnold Underwood was returned to Peru for the fifth year; Shirley Morgan te) Klcliland Chapel tor lhc second your: Maurice Kessleir goes lei Akron; und Doylu Puvy lo Mucy-1'loasunt Hill tor Uie fifth year. Tho (llHchurgo rain Improvuinnnl IIU'H huon even greuler at Longcilff Ihan H has lot- thu slate as a whoo, '}.'i pcrcenl. w«ri! successfully discharges! In six inonl.h.'i. Thin drop- pod lo .12,7 percunl In 11)53, cllnihnd KOI- Longcllff alone!, Uie iiumlicr of 1 buck to 2(U> percunl In 1054, nnd hi illscliurgcH for ouch 1,000 imllonUr 11)55 jumpeel to a new high of .'M.CI at Ihei lnHl.llul.lon Jumped from (111,111 purconl. Tliusei flguros do mil \n- In .1054, thu last your before Ihe use ot" trum|Ulll/.lng elrugs, lo .1.47.2 In ll)S. r , and lUll.li In Hinii, Dr. Soulhworlh roporled. P'or all moil- lal honpllals In Ihu stale: coinhlmjd cluelo Iho alcoholics, who muni It-avo Ihu hospll.nl wllhln six monllm ul'lcr their utlmlsslon. Tho figures are) mure Imprcsslvo when only Ihoso patlcnls iinelur 110 Iho Increase) was from 11.1.0 In'HUM yonm of age arc considered. In lo 131,5 In .1055 anil 177.ft In HIM. I lhat ualegory Ihu poroenl of sue' The Increases In Ihe discharge ralo Is much mnrc auja'/.lng when only thoso putlents who have; boon nl Longcllff undur on/! 'your uru considered. For each 1,000 of UICHU pallonls In Ifffil, hospllal nulhorl- llej woro able lo discharge) 1117.3. This jumped In (iOU.4 in 11)55 und lo 7ll(i,ll In 11)50, Dr. Soulhworlh also hns« figures proving lhat the bunufltn of the; trumiullliiliiK drugs aro not lump- orary.- A sludy was made of SLIC- cossful discharges of pnUitnlx by dolormlnlng tholr slultis two years after their admission. This sludy showod Ihut In 1952 ot all patients admlllod that year cuHsful discharges wonl. from 211,7 in l!). r »2 to 17 In 105:1 Lo 35.1 In 1.1)54 unel 411.4 In limn. I Dr. Soulliwoflh pointed out Ihe tranqulll/Jng drugs have) a beneficial offccl on Iho oilier piitlonls as well'us on Ihoso lo whorn.lluiy tiro glvon, .lust, ns ono or two had apples spoil n whole barrel, so a few highly clislurbod pallcnlH may; hnvo an adverse effect upon many, nlhorx, IHI oxplulnud, Conxoauonl- ly, when lliuy uro heilpud it. lends lo Improvo Llio menial oullauk of Iho olhor pnlluniN us well, Thoro are many subtle) Indirect benefits of tho cliumothcrnpy. The altondontu, seolng UH beneficial ef> feels, have n more hopeful uUI-Khor.'ipy 511 percent, hydrol.lierupy lutle and Hint hopufui nllltuilu Isj'IO pi'i-venl, eleicreusexl reislrnlnl. 71) trunsnilluiel to the patients, making,poreenl nnd seclusion 03 perconl, Lhoin mure responsible Lo l.hu Irenl- Dr. Soulliworlh repeirled. inonl for Lhelr menial lllnes.i, Ihe; indlcnllvo of the drop In doxtnicxupcirliiUnulonl: ])o!nl(.ul oul. In the 'last fiscal year each Long- cliff patlont cost llio taxpayer $3.11! per (lay. Tho economic valuei of llio LruiKiiilllning drtiHH Is reiullly apparent, Lhcrcforei, when a com- piirlNun Is mntlo of llio average iunglli of stay of UIQ iiallcnls dis- cluirged In the.lnsl few'years, Dr. Soulhworlh said. In tho period from July In November, 11)54, Iho average lunglh of slay of pullonlH dlsclim-gotl had been 1113 days each. This had drop- pud to (WO eluyx for Iho.'ie patients discharged bel.woen July and November, J055, Immodlnleily nflcr Iho use of chomolliernpy bogan, und L in Ihe same period of .lUBfl this average lunfllh of xlay had dropped to only 471) days each. The. use uf lrniK|ultl'/.hiK drugs has hroughl. a complete) cessnllon of tho UHO of Insulin comn In the Iranlmoht pronrnm nl Longcllff. Jl also hati dccronoud oloclro-sliock llveiioss Is n comparison of Iho mmibe;r of panes of glass roplaceid In Longcllff bulldhiKM after being brokiin by patlunU, In 11)54, 'Jiu last ' year betforc chomotlicrnpy, 1,200 panes wore roplnced. In 111(55 Ibis droiiped lo DU3, and In llWtl to 31)11. Tho rever/ml of Iho trend toward a continuity growing mini- heir of mental putlenln nl Longcllff cnn b« Noen In tho 'fact Hint for the fiscal year ll)54-fi!S ihoru were DIM admissions unel H75 dlschurKcs, whllo In tho 11)55-5(1 flficnl yea: 1 there wero IHiO aelmlssloiw unel 1,- I2H discharges. Thu trnneieilll/lng (lrui(s have: made Ihu activity therapies more Important, nlnco Ihe elriifjs make pailenlK more amenable to Ircal- monl. Dr. Soulhworlh stated. "Wllh increased personnel!, wo hope that we can help our menlul pnliunls get wall fu.tlcr Ihun uvor before," ho declared, Johnson Counly west of Stones Crossing. A trip to the Indianapolis Motor Spoejlwny for riOO-mlle race quail- tlcaLlons e'lieh'd In elealh to Mrs. Deminiijcan Wright, 32, Torre lluiile'. She died In an Indianapolis hospital this morning, swnd hours utter u slallem wiiRon-cnllle truek collided em U.S. :iil near Inell- unnpoli.s while heading homo from Llio sppedwiiy. Tho tractor uceldeiils raised lo more Hum a elo/.en Ihe mimbor of ileatlis tills inoiilh In Indliinu from mishaps involving farm muchl- ery. Kylo Moil!., !>J, Logan, W.Vu,, was found elenel he'sleli 1 the wre'de- uge eif his sports cur ulong ".S. 31 near Soymoiir. Police said Mounts may have suffe-re'd u fatal heart uUuck before Ills car wenl inlo thu dilch unel hll a tree'. of Ihe mone'y in the House. Senate DeinoiTullc Lenele'r Lyndon H. Johnson promiwd Sunday nlghl the Senate will give the> program clew scrutiny. Johnson te>ld re']iorlers "I soo Two Die in Labor Clash CMINTKHSVlLLir, Ala. (UP) Two men were killeel lexlny nnd five or six others we're wounded wihcii a group of workmen Irle'el lo run a barricade.* at'a labor-troubled construction site. Police Chief "Doc" Morrow said rive men we're uri'oslcel for quoit- llonlnc. Officers confiscale'd guns nnd elynumlto ul the semic. Morrow suld the sheiotlng began when a group of workmen'iirr,lv<sl nl n fceiii mill construrlion site and tried to tear down a bm-rk'uele! which hud been erected ul Uiev gale. |)e"ople in thi> .di'slru of tho ami Congress for economy in goveniineii!. Former Local Man Dies in Indianapolis Krai He'i-K, 07, u former Penn- sylvnnla rnilreiuel employe' here, died suddenly Sunday In HIM Veterans hospital in Indianapolis. Morn on I'Vbriiury 2(i, 1H90 in I.o- gaiiKport, he was the son of Henry A. and CliriMina Arnold HeTg. lle> h'fl here 35 years ago and was cm- ployed as n butcher for the Kingan e'nmpnny. Survivors include: his wife-. lhe» formi'r Laura Tlu-sls; n son, l''rrel, Jr., of Inilianajiolls; a hnilhcr, IhiTo sisters, Hi nieces and ne'|)li- e'ws, e»f Lognnsjjorl. J''iinrnil service's will \K con- eliicleiil al 3 p. m. Tuesday at Iho Conkel funi'i-al home wilh inter- miml lo be made In Crown Hill cemetery. Find Crushed Body Of Man in Roil Car ANDI'lltSON (UP)_A Irnnslor.t identified Iciilativrly us John Tylickl, 57, Huffulo, N.y. wa.t killed toelay when 11 louel of slee 1 ] bars unel pipe in u New York Oi>n(nil Railroad freight car shifted und crushed hl.s head against tho , side of the cur. A railroad ir..-:poctor found Iho There were unconfirmed reports'body when he 1 Investigated n cur that, the: labor trouble.*) InvBlve'd the*.! In the railroad yards ufle»r seTing Importing of outside help to re-jn man run from il, Aiithorille's place local workmen. It was ne>t; sought the other man for eiue-xtlon IrnrniHllntoly kno\vn wheithor iny labor unions worn lnvolv«d. Ing but snlel they had no reason to suspect foul ploy.

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