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July 2, 1957

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 2

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Two Logansport, Indiana. Pharos-Tribune 200 Stricken; Asiatic Flu Is Suspected Teenagers Taken 111 While Attending Iowa Religious Conference GRINELL, Iowa (UP) — Iowa health officials today studied the possibility that Asiatic flu was responsible for an epidemic of influenza that struck 200 youths attending an international religious conference. Stombaugh, Larry Larkin, 'and Donny Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Moody and children, Pam and Billy, moved from the Brooks Roudebush apart, ment to Flora, Saturday. He is employed at the Delphi lumber company. The Alibi Bowhunters will hold an open Rabbit hunt, Sunday, July 7. Time 2:30 p.m. There will be a picnic dinner and archery films in the evening. The public is invited. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shank and children are spending "the week in a cottage at Bass Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Short 'and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harris- and daughters Patty Jo and Judy of Gary spent the weekend in the The outbreak prompted officials Robert Farris home here and the of the state Health Department Wesley home at'Kewanna. and of the Westminster Fellowship's national assembly to disband the conference immediately Monday and send some 1,800 teenagers home. Several cases of Asiatic flu, which has stricken thousands in Oriental countries, have been reported along the coastal areas in the United States. However, this would be the first major outbreak Mr. and Mrs. John McLaughlin and children of- Battle Creek, Michigan, spent the weekend here. They accompanied his. mother Mrs. Olive McLaughlin after a visit in their home. Mr, and Mrs. Elgie Graves and Charles Graves were at Logansport, Sunday where they visited James Borrows at St. Joseph hospital. Mr. Borrows underwent sur- of that type of flu in the west. Officials said only "a percentage" of the 200 stricken youths, about 30 of them, would remain behind under doctors' care. Tne epidomi "very mild" v illness only about two Dr. Albert McKco, director of the World Health Organization's Mid- i S er y on Saturday, his condition is satisfactory. Mrs. James Borrows small accom P aniecI ln e Graves' home after spending the weekend with her husband and as a guest of relatives Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sanders. The employees of the Winamac company, and their families enjoyed an all day-picnic at the Conservation clubhouse, Sunday. About twenty-five people from the regional information laboratory at Iowa City, said it will probably be a day f cr two before the type of virus can be isolated, The 17 to 19-year-old delegates came from 43 states, Alaska, Cuba, . Puerto Rico, Colombia, India and Japan. Most of the early victims in the outbreak, which began during the wctkend, came from California. Winamac and Francesville stores attended. Tank Leak Stirs Alarm A leak in a fertilizer tank at the southeast edge of Walton which caused a strong ammonia smelt in a small area west of the tank created an unnecessary alarm Monday night. Winamac Mrs. Lyle Chumbcrlin of Bakers- ,,, , „, , ,, , ,,, field, Cali!., arrived Friday for a "ate iroopers from Howard. Mi- Ihree weeks visit with her motheri am ! > ,, Wal j al * ""?, £ ass , "' uni ' UK ' Mrs. Myrtle Phillips. a ",^ '^I""* Sheriff Hoy King were Mrs. Harold Widup and son,' callcd t() "^ «cenc. but the pros- Carl, Mrs. Ralph Lange and chil-:™™ wa!i lw "^ °" ^ Bc " D °- dren, Karen and Carroll, and Pat- l ave "' °, ne »' " le ,, ovt " 1lcrs ol »'<! ty Lebo attended graduation exer- Crf °P Makers So. Services, and he A SHOELESS SIGN OF RESPECT Mrs. Edyth Mills, 72, Dies at Hospital Mrs. Edyth MUls, 72, residing at 824 North Third, street, died al 12:47 o'clock Tuesday morning, shortly' after admittance to Memorial hospital. Mrs.. Mills 'was born June 22, 1886 at Laketon, Indiana. She was the widow' of William Wesley Mills, who preceded her in death in 1966. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Mary Herrick, of Wabash; three sisters, Mrs. Fern Marshall, Goshen, Mrs. -Lillian Mowbray, Silver Lake, Mrs.' Catherine Stocker, of North Manchester. Also surviving are several nieces and nephews. The body'was taken to the Kroeger Funeral home, where funeral i arrangements are pending. Peru Miami County Commissioners Monday approved a ISiCent cumulative building fund for a new wing at Dukes hospital. Commissioners George Plotnei- and Harry Howard voted for the measure, ami. Gerald Hoycll, the third commissioner, refrained from President and Mm. Elsenhower shed their shoes before InspecUiiR the first Islamic center In the m -"fnnprt will now be reouestcd United Stales. The President and First Lady followed the traditional Moslem sign of respect by removing ™ ii '" m - 1 '' *"'' _""' "iV"i-ear'toa their shoes. The President officially dedicated the one million, 250 thousand dollar mosque.' (international) 'j! ^ ,-ovod the levy will be based on each $100 of assessed, valuation Report Increasing Unrest In All Soviet Satellites Reports from Eastern Europe Indicate that unrest is growing in nearly all of the Soviet satellite countries. Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria and Albania are among the countries affected. In Hungary, popular opposition to the puppet regime of Premier .Janos Kadar is being kept under control by ruthless terrorism. But there is serious 1 dissension inside • Communist Party and a purge is under way to rid the urmy of disaffected elements. in East Germany, Red leaders that the trip was postponed because of outbreaks Of disorder. The Czechoslovak prosecutor- general was quoted as saying In a speech made last month that Communist leaders were the targets of "ever- increasing" violent disturbances of public order, Tlie prosecutor -' general complained that prosecutors, judges' and attorneys for defendants were showing alarming tendencies toward "liberalism" and encouraging offenders by failing to be tough enough with them, A dispatch to the London week- arc drafting student for forced ; lv newspaper Observer reported abor or for army service to keep °» Sunday that Czechoslovak . ... hnm fin,i»n nnni™! ICommunist lenders "face a dial- Is likely. Pw one liiiivg both thei'-y aslrophic." Deportations Reported Dispatches from Vienna and Belgrade report that thousands of •Bulgarians regarded as "unreliable" are being deported to remote provincial areas. In addition, the. authorities are rocruiling Bulgarian men and women of from IS to 30 years for labor service in Russia because thsy are potential trouble-makers. Even in tiny Albania, on the Adriatic coast, there is both popular unrest and dissension Inside the Communist -Party. Maj, Gen. Panajot Pljaku, a veteran Communist, fled to Yugo- slovia in May am) sought asylum because he feared arrest as one of a group of men who oppose the "Stalinist" leadership. and will continue for a five-year •period, beginning next year. Thousands are expected lo throng Lo Maconaquah Park Thursday for the 14th Annual July 4 Roundup. Events will start at 9 a.m. with the Soap Box Derby in which M cars are entered. Later a grand parade for kiddies will be held and fool races and other games played in the park bowl. Baseball and softball games will bo held 'in the afternoon, and a $1200 fireworks display will be the evenings entertainment. The children's events are sponsored annually by the Peru Lions Club. The Peru Council of Clubs sponsors the fireworks. Plans for a celebration July <\ Tuesday Evening, July X 19ST. NEVER TOO OLD when he graduated from boot iraia- ing at Great Lakes Naval training station. He will come home Friday lor a fifteen day leave. The Murray reunion was held Sunday at the Tipnecanoe river state park shelter house. Officers elected were president, Joe Sheldon, secretary and treasurer, Robert DoWce/je of itennselavr. The oldest lady present was Mrs. James Sheldon of fioodlami and the oldest man Mr. Joe Murray of Ottowa, Hi. A group «f Winumac hoys wont to Camp Tecumsch at Oelpfii, Su/i- day, to stay two v/eakn. 'J'iiey were Stephen I/ebo, John Arthur Kocher, Gary liiurrum, Dick Selle, Kujjer informed authorities there is no clanger. To eliminate the ammonia fumes faster Walton and Bunker Hill firemen washed away the spilled solution with water. Although a warning to Walton residents to leave town was broadcast after the leak was discovered, statij troopers said they did not sec anyone leave. DuHavcn said the mixture of liquid nitrogen with ammonia was non-explosive ' and not injurious to health. The Department of Agriculture iy.'f ll.S mi/lion children arc gel- ting their lunch at half price under the national school lunch program. them under control. It is notable that all of the counlrios mentioned are being ruled by "Stalinist" leaders who accept Russian domination. Official Visit Postponed A dispatch from Prague reports that Soviet Premier Nikolai A. liulganln and Communist Party leader Nlkllii S. Khnishchov have postponed a scheduled state visit to Czechoslovakia. ..There Is good reason to believe Helps You Overcome FALSE TEETH Looseness and Worry No longiu-1)« unnoyiid nr fttut lll-at- cflHo IwiiLiiHit nr InOMo, wobbly fnl«« tnoth. PABTKKTH.un linprovflil llllilt- Him (uon-ncld) powdor. uprjiiklnil on 1 ytmr pinion hulilii Ilium nrnior mi limy I r«nl morn cramrortaUln. Avoid emhur- J riutuu'iiil ciiuwil by loouii philim, ant I H'ASTKKTH toduy ill uny drun ooimlnr. | ... none of the satellites 'is there l;lt tllc M " e - y l)n>)l par)t h " VK hec ," any indication that a real revolt J minotlnc ^ b * lhc Mac y Comm .. lm| - Icnge similar U> Iliat which started the upheavals lust yoar in Poland und Hungary." ft Is known that the economic situation in Czechoslovakia is bad. The Prfljjim !l;uli» said recunlly that the coal shortage In Czechoslovakia, the most highly Induslri- all/otl satellite, had become "cat- peoplo at large and dissident Com. r e a li •/. e that Hussinn troops would intervene lo crush any outbreak ns they did In Hun- nut It Is evident thai, Communist lenders throughout ISnslern 1'juropo are anxious. Unrest is likely lo increase steadily. . I'aul Marvin, right, a resident of Flora, Is shown planning • cross-country flight with (he assistance of Robert Williamson, on-ner anil operator of (ho Williamson airport noHlu'ust uf Lugiinspiirt. Marvin, 5'), proved fo be a good example of the adage ". . . you're, never ioo old to learn . . ." when he soloeil the Viper Tri-1'aiTr shown in the background. Marvin, employed lit Ihe KLK company in I.ogansport, suggests flying be Ittcluileit in the activities ot an.vono who wants to slay young. The Improvements In the Tri-1'aeer imiUtt flying more like driving a ear. lie said. IMai-vln, wan enlisted In the U. S. Army 'it 15 iliirliiK World War I. Is IMIII of 25 pel-sons from ('ass anil surrounding cmmtles flying the four-place planes from Williamson's airport. He also served during [i'-i years in the All- Corps in World War II and was an aim-aft Instrium-nl lastieeloi-. Marvin is past c-oiiiinaniler of t\\r. AineHc.'ffr Leginn post in Defplit und past smidit't-ti vic'Xiommander of the st'coml district. (I'luiriiH-Trllium- I'lnito-ICiiKriivlng.) A carry-in supper will be hold at 7 p.m. C'onlasls will be lield for Ihe children. A I. 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