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'Monday Evening, June 3, 1957. No Radiation Casualties At Houston Plant A.EC Reports Pellets of Radioactive Materials Broken By Accident at M. W. Kellogg Company WASHINGTON (UP)—The Atomic Energy Commission has reported it found no evidence that anyone received damaging doses of radiation in an aotident involving radioactive isotopes at a South Houston, Tex., plant March 13. Pellets o.f radioactive material were broken by accident in the M.W. Kellogg Co. plant where they were packaged for industrial purposes. The AEC said this resulted in "severe contamination" of the plant laboratory. On May 2 the AEC suspended the firm's authority to use the isotopes, pending an investigation. The commission announced May 23 it was lifting the suspension in part. It was disclosed today that the AEC wrote Rep. Carl T. Durham (D-N.C.), chairman of the congressional Atomic Energy Committee, on May 22 to inform him it planned to lift the suspension partially. This letter said "according to the.most recent reports, all personnel directly involved in the contamination event and the homes of those individuals have been thoroughly decontaminated and only the laboratory -remains to be cleared." The letter said the radiation level in the homes was "relatively low." It said one person had a small blister which could have been a radiation burn but was already healing. "There has been no injury to personnel resulting from this incident," except for that possible burn, the letter said. "Personnel exposure records indicate external radiation exposures only slightly in excess of those which are permissible and none approached damaging levels," the letter said. MEMBERS OF ST. VINCENT 8th GRADE GRADUATING CLASS Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Sevm Women's Farm Editor To Address Jefferson Farm Bureau Meeting Mrs. Edna Moore Colby, women's editor of Hoosier Farmer, will be guest speaker at the Jefferson Township Farm Bureau meeting in Lake Cicott school Tuesday at 8 p.m. . A short Father's Day program will be given by Pet and Hobby members. N Betsy Kraay will conduct devo- Jap Student's March On British Embassy TOKYO (UP) — Japanese students marched on the British Embassy again today to protest the ^lydrogen bomb tests, and leaders threatened a "now Taipei" unless Britain halts its Pacific blasts. Police were alerted to expect an onslaught of about 5,000 students but only a handful of banner waving demonstrators turned up at the embassy compound. A spokesman for the small group threatened a "new Taipei" when he was received by E.W. Selby, counsellor of the embassy, •ml C.F. Hill, embassy secretary. Selby, obviously angered by the threat, accused the Japanese of attempting to "blackmail" the embassy. He called in a Japanese jplainclolhosman and asked the student spokesman to repeat his threat. The student told the officer he •would have "no control" 'over what might happen if Britain continued the test series at Christmas Island. BURGLARS JUST LEAVE DETROIT (UP»—When six burglars broke Into tlie Wayne Laundry and Dry Gleaning Co. plant early Sunday and told night watchman Bedford Patterson, Mi, to stay put, he did. Patterson called the police five hours later and they said the burglars apparently had taken nothing. UKE FINE WHISKey? Pohlman Studio. Graduation exercises were held for St. Vincent dePaul eighth graders Sunday morning following the 7:30 o'clock Mass at the church. The only thing you'll liko better than PIVIs quality Is PIVIs price! NATIONAL DISTILLERS PRODUCTS CO. HEW YORK. BLENDED WHISKEY. 8B raoop. csx GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS Royal Center Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Schmaltz and son on Decoration Day wece Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Burget and daughter of North Liberty, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Martin, of South Bend; Rev. and Mrs. .Ralph Handschu, of Lakeville; and Ethel Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kennell and family of Oregon have been visiting the past week with her sisters and family. Bruce Dodt, Beth Cress and Jo Zeek had their tonsils removed last week in Memorial hospital. Mrs. Mattie Frushour recently First row, left to right, are Anthony Sclvlo, John Pasqualc, Anthony Boatman, Linda Eagan, Catherine Scarpcllini, Carol Pas- qualc, Mary Miller, Sandra Sclvlo, Mary Ellen Jones and Robert Tarn. Second row: Anita Firmani, Mary Margaret Conrad, Roberta Xlcifgcn, Marilyn Medland, Charles Murray, Rt. Rev. Mon- visited her son, Hussell and family of Niles, Mich. Mrs. Lola Peter spent the past weekend with her daughter, Mrs. . Oscar Gimmermakes and i'amily j of Star City. I David Bonewitz is recuperating nicely from a tonsilectomy last week. Mr. and Mrs. George Dewltt received word of the approaching marriage of their son, Micky Dewitt, to Miss- Mildred Green, of Portland, Oregon, on • Juno 29. Mickey is in the U. S. Air Corps.. Mrs. Olive IToth left last week for her home in Illinois after MONEY a jiffy.. ...what's more, you can choose the payment plan that best fits your pocketbook. G.A.C. loans Up to $500 CORPORATION 325 PEARL STREET Opposite Telephone Company loQDntport, Indiana TELEPHONE 5101 Offitu Hours: Dally 9-5; Wednesday « Saturday 9-12 TWO RECONDITIONED Mon. & Tuoi. ONLY ' FREE! Pinking Shears with each purchase 17 49 COMPLETE Available Torm* • Now Foot Control • Now Motor • Now Sow Light • Ca«o Included $5.00 Down f T J Kaconillllon.il onJ Bl.clrlfl«£hy thctra Hygl»n« wttli E. H. pnrli. Ask For A Froo Home Domonitration On The Famoui ELECTRO-GRAND Sowing Machine Round Bobbin • Walking Foot Snap Out Rac» • Automatic Darnor Built In Light Forward and Rovort* Full Size Hood Synchro-Matic Stitch PHONE 6313 ELECTRO HYGIENE FOR FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION SALES CORPORATION , LOGANS PORT spending some time with relatives and friends, and attending the alumni meeting here. Mrs. Addie Kestler, o[ Ann Arbor, Mich., visited recently with Mrs. Mable House. Miss Darlene Lesher and Nelson Weaver wore married Sunday in the Caley church at 2 p. m. Born lo Mr. and Mrs. Edward signer John P. Schall, Edward O'Donnell, Gloria Vitello, Susan Eagan and Leonard Rlcci. Third row: Jo Ann Rozzi, Jane Cook, Sarah Malady, James Ben- der, Robert Flrmanl, Richard Shook, Louise Gilnum. Bernard KM- bride, Patrick McLoehlln, Mlchac Schrcyer and Jeff Pearson. (Pharos-Tribune Engraving.) Stair, a son, in St. Joseph Hospital. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Morehouse, a daughter, in St. Joseph hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Burget and daughter spent last Thursday night and Friday with his mother, Mrs. Cecil Martin. Ladies Bible study of Bell Center church' will meet Thursday af- ternoon, June 6, for their regular meeting in the church. Mrs. Ethel Martin attended graduation services at Purdue Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. . Glenn Wood, whose son, Glenn Wood, Jr., was graduated. Upset Stomach? FOR FAST SAFI KILIIF TAKE TUMS! NATION'S NUM1ER I NEUTRALIZE • TESTS PROVE TUMS MOST EFFECTIVE! mites NO SUBSTITUTE FOR lions. Members will answer roll call by telling whether they have planted their zinnia and gourd seeds. Entertainment committee for th« meeting consists of Mr. and Mrs. Don Forgery, Mr. and Mrs. Wayna Berry, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Burley. Refreshment committee mem- bers'are Mr. and Mrs. Bill Farrer, Mr. and Mrs. Drew Steward, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tribbett, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Tribbett. 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Ph. 4th at Broadway Phone 3131 Arkansas has been under four flags — Spanish, French, the Confederate and American. ^^ Anticipated Rat* June 30, 1957 Easy Way to Assure College For Your Youngster When your child is ready lo Irndc Ms "Mother Goose" /or college books, will you have the ready eush to finance him? Saving now with First Federal assures that college funds will be roncly . , . without finnnciul burden for you, As little as $5 or $10 makes n nood start and with regular additions from each paycheck, you'll be surprised at how quickly savings mount up. Saving witli First Federal is both profitable and safe. Earnings accumulated on your savings here, over 10 to J2 yeur.s, can pay for a full year of college. Start your child's college fund today nt First Federal! No Snfcr Place for Vuiir Saving* AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 314 Fourth Street YOUR PROGRESSIVE SAVINGS INSTITUTION AT THE TIME AND TEMPERATURE SIGN ASSETS OVER IP/a MILLION DOLLARS

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