Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 3, 1957 · Page 4
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 4

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, June 3, 1957
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Monday Evening, June S, 1957. Only 22 States Impose Speed Limits OKd by Safety Council CHICAGO (UP) — Only 22 states impose the speed limits approved by the National Safety Council, a United Press survey showed today. The council supports the uniform vehicle code, which calls for day- with her mother, Mrs. Dan Kelley. Rochester Mrs. Mabel Gaumer of North Manchester, spent the week end time highway speed limits of 60 miles an hour, and 55 at night, according to, Harry Porter Jr., acting manager of the traffic and transportation department. The 22 states which follow this formula include five with slightly higher speeds allowed on turnpikes. Only 17 abide by the letter of the code. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Quick had as their week-end guests her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert P. Davis of Fort Wayne. Mr. and Mrs. Ray' Keller, Laporte, announce the engagement of their daughter, Darle Ann, to C. John Eiler, Jr., Rochester, son of Charles J. Eiler Sr., Laporte Eiler, Akron. and Mrs. minute by day, with maximum speeds ranging up to 70 miles an hour. •Nine other states allow night- Frances being wedding. The Rev. Peter Varonef, former Russian Minister, will speak on the threat of Communism in an time motorists to drive faster than address at the Rochester Nazarene the 35-miles an hour specified in j church, 200 East Eighth street, the code. Four states impose no speed limits and plan no such restriction. They are Massachusetts, Arizona, Nevada and Oregon. Legislation was pending in five others to draw a check rein on motorists, but all were higher than the council recommends. In only a few states has there been an effort to revise limits upward. New Mexico this year upped its limits to 70 by day and 00 at night, from the previous limits of 60 and 55. Oklahoma lawmakers tried to raise their stale's limit from 65 to 70, but opponents argued that the highway death toll already was excessive, and succeeded in killing the bill. Five states impose speed limits lower than the council recommended. They are New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland and Vermont. In Illinois, a measure to impose a 05 m.p.h. limit, day and night, was under consideration. The Iowa law called for a 60 m.p.h. limit at night, but specified no daytime limit. The bill goesi into effect on July 4. In Missouri, a bill under con sideration would s«t a limit of 70 on divided highways and 85 on' other roads. The bill has the support of the governor and the Missouri highway patrol. CHrCAGO 'UP) — Here's how the states line up on speed limits throughout the nation: States imposing the recomrrrend- «d GO and 55: Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware, Idaho, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Virginia and West Virginia. Kentucky and Ohio have the <i-mile daytime limit, but 50 at night. States relaxing these limits for turnpikes include Colorado, New Hampshire, N«w Jersey, New York and Ohio. Higher day and night limits: Kansas and New Mexico. Higher day time limits: Georgia, Indiana, Michigan, Montana, Oklahoma and Wisconsin. Higher night time lirnils: Arkansas, Iowa, Louisiana, Minnesota, Mississippi, Pennsylvania, Texas, Washington and Wyoming. .Stated in which legislation IB pending: California, Florida, Missouri, Maine and Illinois. , tonight. The service will begin at 7:30 p.m. Two bridges in Fulton County are on the stale list for scraping, cleaning and painting. The State Highway will receive bids for the work until June 11. The bridges are Doth over the Tippecanoe River, one on U.S. Highway 31, two and % miles north of Rochester and the.other on State Road 17 a mile north of Delong. Dr. E. V. Herendeen is expected home today from a fishing trip in Minn. His son Don, a student at Indiana University, BloomingLon, Is home recuperating from an auto accident he was in, Thursday, near Mooresville, Ind. Mrs. Tully Pontiua was admitted to Woodlawn Hospital Sunday morning for treatment and observation, following a fall. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Billman and family of Cincinnati, Ohio, are week end guests of relatives in Rochester and Argos. Mr. and Mrs. Ora Marsh, R.R. 4, have as their guest this week, Mrs. Susie Mathias, of new Paris. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde E. Castleman and son, Jack, entertained ;o supper recently Mrs. Ronie Overmyer and son Stevie, of Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. William Lockhart lave as their guest, Mrs. Alice Lebo of Newcastle, Ind. Mrs. Robert Newcomb and Mrs. Melvin Wagoner were guests o£ Ihe Kappa Delta Phi when they held their meeting this week in the home of Mrs. Casey Morgan. The program was in charge of Mrs. Albert Rans, with Mrs. Robert Graham and Mrs. Morgan assisting. Mrs. Howard Tobey. had as her recent guest, Mrs. Al. Rump of Gary. Upon her return home she was accompanied by. Mrs. Hattie Pennington, who will visit several days in the Rump home. Mr. Elias Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Berkebile are attending a two day reception and meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary of Odd Fellows, honoring their new president. Judge Fredrick Rakestraw of the Fulton circuit court made three appointments to the Fulton county Board of Public Welfare. The unexpired term of Fred Gottschalk as a trustee on the board will be filled by Vernon Cumber' land of Henry Township. Gottschalk, who has never qualified for the appointment, was to have served until May 31, 1D58. Mrs. Robert P. Moore, Rochester, was re-appointed for another four year term. Florence Hendrickson, Wayne township, was newly named to replace Alpha Hoescl, his term to be for four years. These newly appointed members will work with Mrs. Elenora Peterson, acting president, and Mrs Gaston Coplen, vice president. The County Board of Education which is made up of the eight towri- ANY CIIALI.KNCK? WATKKVILLK, MI.'.—At M, Mrs. Elclora Bracket and Mrs. Klluni Chamberlain believe they are the olile.it twin lister. 1 ! in the United States. CAREFREE VACATIONS Treat yourscH to a carefree Mlllur Tour this year. Frequent departures from Indianapolis—all touro personally escorted by a Miller Tour Encort. Miller Tours by air-conditioned chartered motor coach: • Black Dills and Badlands, 10-days, $155.30. June 30, July 21, August 4. • 1'ncono Mountains and Pennsylvania Dutch Tour, 8-doys, $143.50. July 7, August 25, October fl. • Canadian Lakelands, H-days, $120.80. July 7, July 21, August II). • Mucklnac Island, (i-days, $112.00. July 14, July 2fi, August 11. • New England and French Canada, 14-days, $192.75. July 7, July 21, August 11, Sepetrnhor 15. • Washington, New York, Niagara Fulls, 9-dnys, $121.00. July 13, July 27, August 10, September 21. • WllllamsburK, Jarmjnlown Festival, Natural Bridge, 8-duys. $100.110. July 14, August 4, October 13. • Smoky Mountains fall Color Tour, 6-days, $(11.00. October 8, October 24). • New Orleans and Gulf Const, 0-days, $120.50. October 5, October If). • Labnr »uy tour to Detroit. $311.75. Aug.. 31. • Labor Day Week-End ut French Lick, $37.50. Sept. 1. • Fall Color Wcek-Kuil Tours to French Lick, $37.50. October 12, October II). Miller Tours by air-conditioned streamlined trains: • California und Vusemlti:, 14-duys, $208.00. July 14, August 4. October 0. • Yellowstone and (irand TctniiH, (i-days, $227.57. July 14, July 20, August 18. • Cool Colorado Holiday, K-days, $1(13.00. July 14, July 2(1, August 18. • New York City Theatre Tour, 7-days, $1RO.OO.- July 7, July 21, August 4, August 111, .September 15, October 13. Prices .Include IraiiHpnrlutlon, f«d«rnl liix, excellent hotels, HlKhtsi'cInK, udmlHsluiiH, lolls, llpn, special meals. Local Agunl MINNIE B. SARIG 1(111 E. TIruadway LoKunsporl, Ind. Phone 30074 ship trustees, has appointed S. Sari .Rouch, as superintendent of Fulton cpunty schools. This is the seventh consecutive four year term or Mr. Eouch. During the absence of the Rev. Richard Mitchell, of the First Bap- ist church, the pulpit will be filled by W. Sherrell Fox publicity di- ector and journalism instructor at Anderson College. Rev. Mitchell is in Philadelphia attending a National convention of Baptists and during his stay there, 'illed the pulpit of one of the city churches. Friday in Justice James Wal:on's Rochester court, Burl B. Seel, Jr., R. R. 1, Rochester, was convicted of leaving the scene of an accident, which charge was placed against him by city police. He was fined $5 and costs, amounting to $19.75 and his driver's Icense was suspended for six months. Keel was involved in two accidents Thursday. The first was when his car struck'a'parked auto on Main street, at which time city oolice placed the charge against :iim. Later, his car crashed into a utility pole, a tree, and through "a fence, on the Burton Road. The sheriff's department made the second charge, which is still pending in Walton's court. Luther Keel, 51, 621 East Ninth street struck the side of a semi- trailer rig owned by the Kain Motor Service and driven by Ray E. Brewer, 41, Logansport, police stated. The accident occurred in the 800 block of Madison street Friday afternoon. Estimated damage to the auto was S120 and to the truck at $20. Col. Clifford H. Dawson, Argos native, now on military duty in Japan, is expected to return in late June and accept an assignment from the Army to succeed Col. Fred Pierce as professor of Winamac ! A daughter was born May 30 to Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Button, Route 2, Kewanna, at St. Joseph hospital, Logansport. A son was born May 31 to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Essex, Winamac, at St. Joseph hospital, Logansport, ay Caesarean section. A son was born June 1, to Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Shidler, Winamac, at St. Joseph hospital, Logansport. Ruth Kennedy, five-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kennedy, of Winamac, was treated at the office of Dr. H. J. Hal- leek, for cuts on her arms. She fell on some broken glass, while playing. Marilyn K. McCool, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William S. McCool of Medaryville, underwent a ton- silectomy, Saturday, at Starke Memffrial hospital, Knox. Mrs. Fred Crist, of Pulaski, was treated, on Thursday, at the office of Dr. H. J. Halleck, for a fractured left arm. She had fallen at her home on Wednesday. Mr. George Watrous of Winamac underwent surgery Wednesday, at St. Joseph hospital, Logansport. Mrs. Robert Maddox, of Winamac, underwent surgery, WetU Military Science and Tactica at Culver Military Academy. Merley Dawson of Rochester is an uncle of Col. Dawson. Mr. and Mrs. Budd Moore of Athens are the parents of a daughter. Admissions to Woodlawn hospital are Debra and Don Hunter, Akron; Marilyn Taul, Macy; Mrs. Charles Cauffman,' Kewanna. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Nafe left this week for Mayo Brothers Clinic where Mr. Nafe will be admitted for observation. nesday, at Starke Memorial hospital, Knox. Mrs. Effie Ruff of Star City, underwent surgery, Wednesday, at St. Joseph hospital, Logansport. The Rev. and Mrs. Truman Carter and daughter, Carolyn, accompanied Mrs. Thomas Voile to her lome at Mishawaka, on Thursday. James Robbins, of Humbolt, Tenn., has spent the week here in :he home of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Smith and family. Rev. and Mrs. John Friske and children have returned to their home in California after a visit in the home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Thomas Smith. Rev. Friske is a chaplain at Mather Air Force base. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Haynes and daughters, Phillys and Shirley,, went to Brownstown, 111., Saturday, to spend the weekend visiting relatives there and '.vith his father, Henry Haynes," who is: confined to ,the Barnes hospital in St. Louis, Mo. They also called on Mrs. Haynes' mother in a nursing home at Vandalia, HI. Mr. and Mrs. Art Lesley of Anderson are spending the weekend here at their cottage in Van Meter park. • The Fellowship class o£ the Nazarene church met Tuesday eve- ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Chamness. The evening was spent repairing and packing clothing which had been collected for the American Indians, in Ariz. Mr. and Mrs. Buell Buchanan of Bay City, Mich., spent Saturday lere. Mrs. Buchanan lived here as a girl and was interested in .ooking around the town which she wd not seen for forty years. Miss Mabel Smith of Boonville, Ky., has returned to her home af- :er visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Smith. Miss Wilma Smith, of La Feria, Texas, is spending a month in that home. The Railway Express company is putting into effect a new plan of operation in its Winamac and Knox offices. Starting June 1, they will be consolidated, one agent having charge of both. He will be in Winamac in the forenoon and Knox in the afternoon. Robert ReatttjGood Caramel Bar Howard 5. Stark Co., TKlwouktt Stork Candl.i Art Diilrlbuttd Byl Saylor Candy Co. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Flv» Farris, present agent at Winamac, will have charge until June 21. W. OL Miller, Knox agent, will have permanent charge after that. Problem of Malaria Bigger Than Radiation INDIANAPOLIS (UP) —Malaria still is more of a world health problem than atomic radiation, B.A, Poole, chief sanitation engineer of the state health board, said Friday. Poole made this statement upon returning from Geneva, Switzerland, where he was one of 16 United States delegates to the 10th World Health Organization Assembly. Poole said the mosquito-borne disease, although eradicated from North America, still is the world's greatest single health problem. ' CONSTIPATED? New laxative discovery un-locks bowel blocks without gag, bloat or gripe Constipation is caused by what doc- Ing capacity, plus COLONAID'S stretch' tors call a "thrifty" colon that, instead stimulating bulk. So effective it roof retaining moisture as it should, lievcs even chronic constipation overdoes the opposite: robs the colon of night, COLONAID is yet so smooth, so so much moisture that ils contents gentle it has proved safe even for become dehydrated, so dry that tlxey women in critical stages of pregnancy. block the bowel; so shrunken that Superior to old style bulk, salt or drug they fail to excite or stimulate the i axat j veSi COLONAID neither gags, urge to purge that propels and expel* bloats nor gripes; won't interfere with waste from your body. absorption of vitamins and other valu- To regain normal regularity, the dry, able food nutrients; in clinical tests, shrunken, constipating contents of did not cause rash or other reactions, your colon which now block your it's npliysloIoRlcal fact: Exercise tones bowel must be remoistcned. Second, y 0ur body! And COLONAID exercises bulk must be brought to your colon youi . co i on , o lonc j, [,g,,j nst canstipn- to S-T-R-E-T-C-H STIMULATE it to ,j o)1| overnight! Get COLONAID, in action; to a normal urge to purge. casy-lo-tnku tablet form at any drug And, of all laxatives, only COLONAID, counter, today! Only 9Sc for the 60 the amtizing new laxative discovery tablet package, brings positive relief possesses COLONAID'S great molsturk- at less than 2c per tablet. INDIANA. University KOKOMO CENTER 1300 anil 1216 W. Syc.i.nor. St. Phono GL 2-5663 Kokomo, Indiana SUMMER SESSION REGISTRATION JUNE 10-11 Course Title and No. Classes Begin June 11 SCHEDULE OF GLASSES Day and Hour Foo Instructor P. M. Introduction to Accounting 1, A201 (3) MW 5:45- 8iOO Business Law-Contracts, L300 (3) ... ,MW 5:45- 8iOO Descriptive? Survey of Chemistry I, C101 (5) MTWTh 6iOO-10iOO Principles of Economics I, E201 |3) . . .TTh 5:45- 8>00 Introduction 10 Labor Economics, E340 (3) TTI Interpretation of Bur.lnonr. and Economic Dala, E370 (3) TTIi 8,05-10,20 Froshman Lltoraturo I, L101 (3) TTh 8:05-10,20 Introduction to tho Novel and Short Story, L20M (3) TTh 5:45- 8:00 Children's Literature, L390 (3) MW 8:05-10:20 Elementary Composition I, W101 [2) MW 6i15- 8,00 Elementary Composition II, W102 (2) MW 8,05- 9:50 Elementary Composition III, W103 (2) MW 6:15- 8,00 Introduction to American Government I, G103 (3) MW 8,05-10:20 Introduction to American Government II, G104 (3) MW 5:45- 8,00 American History: General Course II, H106 (3) TTh 8:05-10:20 Rocont U. S. History II, (1901-40) H338 (2) .TTh 6:15- 8:00 Trigonometry, M130 (2) MW 8:05- 9;50 Piano Analytic Goomotry l-ll, M161-M162 (4) MTWTh 6:1.5- 8:00. Introductory Psychology I, P101.(3) . .TTh 5:45- 8.00' Psychological Tunis and Individual Differences, P336 (3) TTh 8:05-10,20 Principles of Sociology, S161 (3) TTh 5,45- 8,00 $36 36 65 36 Hatchott Klnsoy Holloway Sharkey 5:45- 8:00 36 Holmrolch 36 36 36 36 24 24 24 36 36 36 24 24 48 36 36 36 Day Alexander Alexander Walts DoMont Ecirlsman Kaufman Loose Lea no Molklo Moiklo Blossey Blonsoy Brody Brody Boshors For an Invigorating and Challenging Academic Summer ENROLL NOW! High school graduates, returning collogo atudontr. and othor Interested adults are welcome to begin or continue tho/r collage thin summer. Several freshman courses aro available, as well as upper lovel courses. Counselors available dally to answer Inquiries. CADILLAC! prizes, wortfi GRAND PRIZE: Thts beautiful "GOLD* 1957 Cadillac ... with full power equipment... and finished in beautiful metallic gold color! It's the most sensational car on the road... engineered to give you unmatched performance ... just as Bryant equipment is engineered to give you unmatched performance in residential heating and cooling! YOURS for naming *ho Bryant pup. 2nd through 66th PRIZES: "Gold*Bry«»* Furnaces—the new, auto- •matic furnaces most in demand through Bryant dealers. Those furnaces and boilr era will bo awarded on a local basis.... ono will bo awarded in this area! (It the winner of a Bryant Furnace docs not need the furnace, ils value can bo applied on Bryant Air Conditioning for the homo.) 57th through 166th PRIZES: "Gold" Bryant Water Heaters—the famous Crystal-Glas lined water heaters designed and built to give lifetime service. Two of t.hcBC modern design Bryant Water Hcutors will also bo awarded in this area! (Again, if the winner prefers, tho value of the water heater can bo applied on Bryant Air Conditioning.) bruant Help us celebrate 50 GOLDEN YEARS of manufacturing the finest home heating equipment! This can bo a year you'll novor forgot! 1957 in Brynnfs Golden Annivoraory—- and wo want to reward you for helping us grow nnd prosper through tho ycnrs! That's why wo'vo developed this exciting contest... it lota us show our appreciation for your approval nnd purchase of Brynnt hent.ing, nir conditioning nnd water heating equipment! This contest is designed to malto it easy to enlor— easy to win! So hurry! Follow tho simple instructions below nnd enter this thrilling contest now. you may bo driving aTGold'Cudillac soon; just name tho Bryant pup! 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