Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 3, 1957 · Page 13
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 13

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, June 3, 1957
Page 13
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Sixteen Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Predictions in News United Press correspondents around the world look ahead at the news that will make th e headlines. China Trade European diplomats are Interested in the mildness of United States reaction to Britain's decision to loosen up trade restrictions against Communist China. Some of them believe the Eisenhower administration secretly OK'd the British move well in advance, and protested for the record. Fallout The controversial question whether there is any "safe" dose of radioactive strontium-90 will be aired this week in congressional hearings on H-bomb fallout. Stron- kistan, Iran, Turkey, Iraq and Britain. The United States will all but join the pact outright at this week's meeting by adhering to the METO military committee. Hells Canyon Washington insiders say that this week's Senate debate on the Hells Canyon dam project will be •held primarily to let the Democrats record their arguments in favor of public power.' A bill to upset- the administration's decision to let the Idaho Power Co. build three dams and to provide for a federal project instead was defeated last year, 51-41. A new bill is given no more than an outside chance in the Senate. It would meet even rougher going in the House — and presumably Ei- it if it tium-90 is a long-lived product of!senhower would veto nuclear explosions that can cause j reached him. bone cancer or leukemia. The Fliplop Atomic Energy Commission says! The Ford Motor Co. is pleasant- that the amount sprinkled on the globe so far in bomb tests is far below the danger level. But some authorities hold that even the smallest amount introduced into population may cause some increase in cases of bone cancer and leukemia/ Safe Or Unsafe In any event, safe or unsafe, the United States will hold nuclear tests in the Pacific next year unless some international agreement is reached to stop them. The AEC and (he armed forces are preparing for new experiments. The AEC seeks a seven million dollar expansion of facilities at the Eniwe- tok proving ground. The armed services special weapons project wants an extra $9,550,000 for Pacific tests. In The Bag? The word from West Germany is that Chancellor Konrad Adenauer is a sure bet to win the national election set for Sept, 15 as the result of his successful visit to Washington. Aside from that, small political groups which had been flirting with the opposition Socialists are swinging back toward Adenauer's Christian Democrats. They don't like the Socialist! talk about nationalizing key industries. Joint Command Top Western generals are sure that delegates to the Middle Eastern Treaty Organization, who opened a meeting in Karachi, Pakistan, today will form a jdint military command. They are pret ty sure also that 37-year-old Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlevi of Iran will be chosen as commander in chief. His first move would be to coordinate defenses of member countries. Members of METO—the so-called Baghdad Pact/—are Pa surprised at the success of its retractable steel hardtop — the •Fliptop." One 'motor -expert is predicting that in 10 years Detroit will be making only two body :ypes — station wagons and flip- tops. Sports Ouliook The anticipated shift of the Dodgers and Giants' to the West Coast is expected to result, eventually in 10 - team American and National leagues. Minneapolis, Montreal, Dallas, Houston and Toronto are among the big population centers eager for major league teams. The only drawback is that some experts doubt there are enough players of major league caliber to stock more than the present 16 clubs. They say that tlie granting of more franchises may mean a decline in the quality of major league baseball. A giant clam, the world's largest bivalve, reaches a length of four feet and weighs 600 pounds. Young America Mr. and Mrs'. Lee Snider were guests of Mr. and Mrs. George K. Jackson of Lebanon. They attended church services at the Central Christian church in Lebanon with the Jacksons. Helmet Temple No. 230 Phthian sisters met at the Lodge hall with 16 members present. Members honored Temple Mother Mrs. Ora McManama with a gi/t. 'Contests were held close of the meeting, and prizes were presented to Mrs. Raymond L. Huse, Mrs. Clyde Williamson. Refreshments were served by the committee, Mesdames .Clark Lennon, .Earl Snider, and Misses Mary Peter Marylin Johnson, Janet Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. James Moore of Young America; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Pritz, of Sheridan, were recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Orr, of near Cassville. Members of the Congregational Christian church of Young America honored seniors of Young America High School graduating class at a breakfast in ( the church dining room. Miss Virginia Cohee welcomed the., students and Miss Beverly Manning responded. Music was furnished by Miss Mary Peter and Miss Cohee. Guest table was decorated with a lace cloth centered with a Maypole; and bowls of purple iris and spyrea centered other tables. About 30 attended. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Moore and daughter, of Ft, Wayne were guests Saturday night of Mr. anc Mrs. James Moore. They attendee the alumni banquet in Ervin Township high school. Ladies Aid of the Congregationa Christian church met at the home of Mrs. Platt. D-evotior.s were given by the hostess. Refreshments were served by Mesdames Stella Zeck, Allen Carson, Ollmay Wilson, Delbert Smith, Lee Peter, Russell Wertz. Next meeting will MISTER BREGER "Now try this pair—" be in the home of Mrs. Stela Zeck. Rev. and Mrs. Fred Luthy and family were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Smith.. Mrs. Hobart Shanks and daughter of near Deacon have been dismissed from St. Joseph hospital, Logansport. Young America Knitting club met in the home of Mrs. D. E Lybrook. Mrs. E. R Beck was awarded door, prize. Refreshments were served to Mesdames Russell Beck, Eva Barbour, Floyd Staf- ford, Paul Beck, Harry Rea, John Cripe, Allen Carson, Delbert Smith, Don Beck, E. R. Beck, and Rober Hursh. Next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Harry Rea. Mrs. Laura Hursh is visiting in ;he home of her daughter and fam-j ily, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Logan, of Frankfort. Young America alumni met at the Young America high school- About 100 attended. Norman Beck was master of ceremonies. The graduating class was initiated into the society, and special numbers were furnished by Mesdames Max Beck, Franklin Goff and Etherige Moore, and daughters. Officers were elected and refreshments were served. Young America Community Bible school is being held in the Youn America high school, from May 27 through June 9. Daily hours are 9-11 a.m. General theme of the school is "Journeying with Jesus". Classes and themes are: Beginners, "Learning with Jesus"; nursery, "Loving and Pleasing Jesus"; primary, "Bible Boats'-'; juniors, "Christians Walk and Talk"; intermediates, "Parables Jesus Told"; youth, "Person IDGANSPORT PUBLffi Monday Eve ay Evening and Work of Jesus Based on John's Gospel". Rev. Harry Rea is ministerial attendant. Myers Greenhouse. Dial 3996 EUNICE-BEAUTY SALON Open Evenings — Phone 2392 In Loving Memory of Mary F. Prophet, who passed away June 2, 19S2 1 |As long as hearts remember, As long as Dear Ones care, We cannot lose the one's we love, They are with us everywhere. —Mr. and Mrs. Vern E. Jones and family. 101H North Slrnt Phon. 4789 . Notice The Office of DR. B. C. KERKHOVE Camdcn, Indiana Will Be Closed During June. Structural Steel Mervis Steel Co., Kokomo Phone 4121 GREETING CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Send A HALLMARK CARD When You Car* Enough To Send the Very Best TIMBERLAKE'S "Greeting Card - Headquarters" NO MATTER WHAT YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS MAY BE. WE CAN TAKE CARE OF if! CREE INSURANCE AGENCY Roger A. Parker & Ira Cr«* INSURE IN SURE INSURANCE Dial 3758 114V4 4th Look to Our Staff for Sincere COUNSEL It is our highest ideal to serve you with thoughtful and sympathetic help at a time of bereavement. Lady Attendant Mary E. (Kesllng) Fisher AMBULANCE SERVICE 1 Fisher" Funeral Home 303 West Market Phone 3608 UPRIGHT GARAGES New Homes anH Utility Buildings SEE DISPLAY GARAGE in THORNHOPE (Daily except Saturday) CHARLES RAGLE t SONS Itox 12 Oak Ind. Get Your PRESCRIPTIONS filled at BUSJAHN'S Accuracy Guaranteed Save the Difference Try Us ... and See BUSJAHN'S DRUG STORE 308 Fourth St. DR. W. RAY DAVIS Your Chiropractor For 25 Year*, Says: There is a cause for every symptom Have this cause removed and enjoy health. OFFICE HOURS Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoons and evenings Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdays, Mornings 'till noon 304Vi—4th St. (Over Central Drug Store) 4th St. Entrance -PHONE 3365 art blowing BIGGER VALUES your way! ARGAIN BOMBSHELL New 1957 KELVINAJOR .95 ^M Wf I 1* I ^M J.T ^^ Jf m ^^ ^ Big Family Size and your old , refrigerator 52 POUNDS FROZEN STOtAGI All New 1957 Deluxe Features TODD'S "The. Store That Service Buih" 327 East Market Phon* 3300 RUG CLEANING POR INFORMATION PHONE 7716 Moodys Magic Carpet Cleaners NOTICE EAGLES Regular Business Meeting and Installa- tion of officers Tuesday, .June 4th ot 8:00 p. rrr. WANT OUT OF DEBT? let Credit Counselors arrange to get you out of debt on payments you can afford. REGARDLESS OF HOW MUCH YOU OWE. No Security or Endorsers Needed- One and Only On* Place to Pay. CREDIT COUNSELORS OF LOGANSPORT Op.B Dally » to 5, Except W«H. and fat. till On*. 401 Bam.s luilding Mien. 2750 GERANIUMS 25c and up Petunias, Coleus, bedding plants for Rover boxes and garden Hardy Mums. Vegetable and (lower plants, the best and disease resistant varieties. Spray materials, Statlcr's and Rapid Gro. Plant foods, peat moss. Markert's Greenhouse 1529 Pleasant Hill No Deliver; In Memory In loving memory of our father and grandfather. George J. Alberding, who passed away one year ago. —Mrs. Mildred Lesg, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Alberding, Mrs. Edna Sherman, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sherman. I Beans-Channels Mervis Steel Co., Kokomo Phone 4121 "Your Private Secretary" FLORENCE DAGGY Typing — Mimeographing Offset Printing — Builnass Forms 123 Fourth St. Phone 3381 Lucy Powlen's iBeauty Shop Open Again After Vacation Phone 4363 Dyhcman Park Road SERVICE BECK'S TRANSFER PHONE 3539 RUBBER STAMPS Mode In Our Own Plant 2-DAY DELIVERY CHRONICLE PRINTING CO. 417 Market Ph. 4362 ASK FOR... BOLINS DONUTS At Your Favorite Grocery, Restaurant or 14th & Broadway TERMITES? PHONE WALTER GIBSON THE EXTERMIIAL MAN • 5 Year Guarantee • $125,000 m Trutt to Guaranty* Ae Guarantees • Free Inspection For Further Information See Central Drug Co. 4th 1 BDWY. LOGANSPORT PH. 3131 the Burden \s too Heavy Because sorrow's burden is heavy, how relieving it is to know Jhat every funeral de- fail _ no matter how small- can be placed in Kroeger's experienced hands. KROEGER East Market at Seventh Ph. 51S<» outsnoNt S I. C0W.. .wmdwful for wooJ.rW -T Jurt Iwht tti« dial and you have Mi» f correct woifi woter for blank*ti...*?** coifimere iweaiVi/ 2, fOOt. . .Weal for preciov* Ortonf taty "temperi" the water for your iw»ltiv* lyntheHn.. • prevent* any matting or "pilling." ' 3. Warm.. .just right for Hylonit Lite* many mad»m fabric*... Nylon devvlopi wrinklti to too4w* water. New Eoiy prevtnti Ihii. 4. nwflum.. .excellent for Imbouud Coltontl Whan washing directions call for moderately hot water... ta»y has It on lap.. .automatically. 5. fc0f. . .M the ticket for cofor.foif thtngi* V When you want to g«t grimy ckrfhei nail? X ct*an, the aniwer U Ecuyf NEW! BIG 1 HP RUNS ANYWHERE % HP WILL ALL-MEW AUTOMATIC WASHIH Imirino! An nulomntic wanher »o info it alroont •"h«nd-wn»he«" your dothcn! 2-ip~d control lot. you w««h any fabric. 3 rinio temp«r»turo» l«t you l«t all your clnthag dean. Truly...for th« ••(«« automatic w«»hmg...Eany do«t it! p«r w»efc (offer« » WESTINGHOUSE air conditioner lv. Iplraliriw **tim ln»un» uniform wnahinni No "Uzy wtvk«r" • rCR.. No ov.rHcrubbinB. Cloth.* com. c]..n«r quicker, Miiw. 2.IMXI W.ihln. 2 wath ipftBdi— 2 ipln tp.«di llm.d tor rtsulor or mod* Sud K.tLf Slorei, r.uu mdiy wol. O-M.Ilr n fyil.m SPECIAL SAVINGS UP TO $100 TRADE IN « ON 1956 MOOftS W« mint tl«or (loon for th> loorkllng all-n.w EASY WASHERS — 10 w.'r. doting out tli.i. 1956 rnoiUli at ••motional savings, r.gularly $329.95, lh.» d.lux. automatics will sell for as low as $M9.9S and your old waih.r. Hurry, only a limiltd quantity available. TO DOS "THE STORE THAT SERVICE BUILT" 327 Cast Market Phone 3300 WECTINGHOUtC STREAMLINER (above) Rives you the cool comfort of a bin capacity air conditioner yet naves on installation and electricity costs! Thinnest of the thin, lower nnd smarter too— there's no "hangover" inside or out. Patented Single Dial Control foranyof 7 comfort zones. 4 adjustable no-draft grilles, built-in thermostat j)(u* every feature! *4 UP TVz amp. US-eoll and 1 HP, 230-eall models also available. you CAN BI SIJRE...IF tr's \\festinghouse BRIGGS ELECTRIC CO. $189.95 $3.88 Weekly After small down payment. "Wettinghous* Complete Line" 203-205 5th St. Dial 4401 LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY

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