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LOGANSPOR1 PUBLIC Utt«» Tuesday Evening, June 4, 1957. Nobel Winner Warns Against Continued H-Bomb Explosions WASHINGTON (UP) Hermann J. Muler, former Nobel Prize winner from Indiana University, said today continuation of hydrogen bomb tests would be a "monstrous mistake of policy for both sides." Muller, an expert on radiation genetics, made the statement at a hearing on radioactive fallout being conducted by the. Joint Congressional Committee on Atomic Energy. Continuation charged, will of the tests, he lead the world "nearer to a war that even with present techniques would result in the cataclysmic ruination of humanity in general." "The means of destruction are now so advanced on both sides," said Muller. "that further ad- Awards Given At McKinley School safety patrol and library awards were presented during the promotion exercises Friday at the McKinley grade school. Carl A. Zimmerman, principal, also announced the participants in the program and the members of the graduating class. The library awards were presented by Mrs. Wisler to Anita Kerns, head student librarian; Linda Llewellyn, Christiana McDonald, and Diane Streu. The patrol awards were presented by Officer Wally Fye to Jon Ashby, David Chapman, Rebecca Cunningham, Diane Drake, Lois Hillman, Gerald McCloskey, Shirley Schache, and Vincent Skelton. Each sixth grader also received an address book from the Parent- Teacher association. Class history was given by Diane Drake, and Jon A.shby delivered the class will. Jim Isaacs gave the class prophecy. The fourth, fifth and sixth grade orchestra played, and the chorus performed. Invocation was given by Zane Hanna and Elizabeth Deck gave the benediction. McKinley sixth-grade graduates are: Glen A. Adair, Jon L. Ashby, Pamela A. Beale, David R. Chapman, Marjorie Cline, Rebecca Ann Cunningham. Elizabeth Ann Deck, Diane G. Drake, Linda Louise Orandstaff, ^Michael J. Guy, Zane Allen Hanna, Lois Ann Hillman, Connie J. Isaacs, James Eugene Isaacs, and Anita K. Kerns. Nancy M. Lindlcy, Linda K. Llewellyn, Christiana Lou MacDonald, Gerald L. McCloskey, Michael G. Nicoll, Gail Noakes, Betty Jean O'Brien, Shirley A. Schaehe, Mary Frances Schmidt, Jimmy L. vances by one side alone could not prevent this outcome." Muller urged creation of a "Radiation Health Institute" to study the "grave biological effects of radiation." He said work of such an organization "may duly influence our policies and procedures." Such is not the case now, said Muller, because the "official delegates of our county on the United Nations Scientific Committee -on the Effects of Atomic Radiation are neither geneticists . . . " Muller scored a "curious official silence" regarding certain radiation effects-one of them "an insidious weakening of the body's resistance in exposed individuals" to the onset of infirmities and diseases of all kinds." He charged still less publicized has been "the increasing evidence that the amount of these effects is simply proportionate.to the total dose received, even when this has been given in tiny bits scattered over long periods. "Official reluctance to- give information in popular' form on radiation damage." said Muller, has caused people to "lend too ready an ear to the alarmists who declare that the genetic material of the human race is seriously endangered by the fallout from' the test explosions themselves." While the number of injuries to descendants of exposed persons will be "enormous," said Muller, they will be relatively few in comparison with those due to other causes. He termed the suffering ' "very small relatively to that which might follow, from any serious mistake in the conduct of international relations." Silberman, Vincent Skelton, Diane Kay Streu, Lynn A. Wilson, Max Hammon, Barge. and Vicki De- Two Former Local Priests Assigned To New Pastorates The Rev. Father Juldo Schia- vonc, former assistant pastor ot the local St. Joseph Catholic church, will become pastor of the Sorrowful Mother church al Wheatfield, and the Rev. Father John Cunningham, another former assistant at the SI, Joseph .church, will become pastor of ths parish Peru School Board Has New Members Council Approves Rezoning of Area West of City; Passes One-way Street Ordinance PERU, Ind. — William Bullock, 351 West Twelfth street, a Democrat, and Warren Sheplc.r, 526 East Fifth, a Republican, were elected to the city school board Monday night by the city council. They succeed Willard Redmon and r" T ' h ' e 'Longfellow sixth-grade grad- CASS MINISTERS HOLD FAREWELL PARTY Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Tlirt* Pfflimlin's Chances As Premier Dimmed PARIS (UP)—Premier-designate Pierre PflLmlin's chances of forming a government dimmed today. Pfiirnlin said he would form a cabinet on!y if the Socialists gave him (.heir all-out support. And the Socialists said they would support him only if he continued the policies of ousted Socialist Premier Guy Mollet. Discuss Four-Lane Lake County Road INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — A 10- man committee from Lake County discussed road projects with State Highway Chairman John Peters Monday. Peters said they decided to give top priority in Lake County to a four-lane highway along Ciine Ave., a north-south thoroughfare in the' Calumet District. He called the meeting "just the . I i^- WUIH.M nit uitciiiiE ju^.i uie The Socialists also announced i beginning of a commitlee to work Monday night they would notj out wna t the needs are in Lake join a government if it contained County." Similar groups have minisiers from the Conservative Independents and the Peasant Party which engineered Mollet's downfall. The Socialists, with 99 members in the rjationa] Assembly, ire the most influential single bloc and Pflimlin's government could hardly survive without Socialist support. Give Awards At Longfellow Pupils at the Longfellow school were presented with patrol and library awards during the Recognition program Tuesday. The library awards were sented to Jean Ann Wharton, Susan Renkenberger, Harriet Murdock, Doris Pimmey, and Jo Ellen McElheny. Patrol award winners were Mike'Knight" of Knights of Columbus at ^^^^^'^^:^^^^^^^^ Larry Dunn, Mike. Zobawa Johnj. wm , pe d t r£md Hirschauer, John Pabst, David- knj , u Q Bube] chanceUor . 9- S ! nb , a "? Jhl Simpson, and |cheslerRolewjcZirecol . dingsecre . itary; Frank Hepperle, advocate; The Cass County Ministerial Association gathered for a noon luncheon Monday, honoring two pastors who arc leaving Loganspori for other churches. Those attending, left to right, seated, Rev. J. E. Campbell, Rev. J. J. Saalwaechtcr, Rev. Jack King, pastor of the Main Street Methodist church, one of the departing pastors', Rev. Kenneth Brady, president of the association, and Rev. Dale Giles, pastor of the Wheatland Avenue Methodist church, the other departing pastor. Standing, Rev. G. C. Morgan, Rev. George B. Dunham, new pastor of the Main Street Methodist church, Rev. Ernest Carroll, Rev. Glenn Campton, Rev. Harry Hashbergcr, Rev. Wilbur Wilson and Rev. Raymond Echols. (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) Husbands! Wives! Get Pep, Vim; Feel Younger Thousands of couple.! ar« weak, woni-out, exhausted because body Ijcka iron. For new ¥ Hinder fcclinfi after 40, try Ostrtfx Tonic ablets. Contain iron for new pep, vim; plus high-potency doso Vitamin Bi. In a single day, Ostrex supplies ns much iron us 10 dot. rctw oysters, 4 Ibs. of liver, 10 11)j. ol bci-i. 3-day "j(ct-Acquainted" sizr only 63?. Or get Economy size, save $1.67. All druggist*. Loner to Head Local K. of C. Joseph Loner was elected Grand John Wild. Mrs. Pauline Thompson. Other nominees were Dr Bruce . uates are: Allen, Susan Allen, Teddy , , n , n 11 i l ivime rtliun, ousaii rtliou, leuuy Klotz and Mrs. Thompson Bullock , A sharon Caldwe)li WaUer and Shepler were elected by votes Day . Connie D iiim an , Linda of 4 to 2. Councilman Layman Pet- Franck R 0 n a , d Hashberger. ers, who is on vacation, was absent. The other three members of the school board are Duey Cypherd, liepublician; Walter O'Brien, Democrat; and Ancil Dinsmore, Rer publican. The council by a 3 to 2 vote approved the rezoning of the area west of Peru in which the Kickapoo Sand and Gravel company is located from suburban to heavy industrial. Steven Heinrich, Carolyn Hellyer. William Hickman, Donna Hilbert, and Ingeborg Huston. Billy Johnson. Patricia Johnson, Tex Marchal, Eddie Marks. William Martin, Jo Ellen McElheny, WaUer Morehead, Mike Morton, Harriet Murdodk, and Jo Ann Nor- zinskay. Keith Obenchain, Thomas Parrett, David Pally, Alan Ray, Carolyn Randolph. Susan Renkenberger, Robert Richards, Sharon Stuart, and Nancy Turnpaugh. Robert Uhl, Carolyn Vitello, Donald Yocurn, Jean Ann Wharton, Robert White, and John Wild. A one-way street ordinance was, Rivers | Rub Ro Judilh R passed on first reading by a vote |M Ann sherman Caro: Ann of 5 to 1. The one-way street plan would be: Eastbound only, On Fifth from Hood to Clay; on Ewing from Broadway to Clay. Westbound only. On Sixth from Clay to Hood. Parking would be only on the south side of Eighth street from Broadway to Tippecanoe. An additional appropriation of $10,000 asked by Ward Roberts, superintendent of streets, for a high lift and tractor and material Blondes Here To Stay DES MOINES (UP) — Blondes are her« to stay. "Intense blonde" hair coloring will continue, maybe forever, hair s'.ylist J. Merlin Hagerty said. Hagerty, owner of a beauty salon at Clayton, Mo., said women for^blacklopping, failed to pas^s. be i ieve it lightens "tiie features, " ' 'lifts the personality, livens the Other matters discussed were: Enforcing a 11129 taxicab ordinance; sidewalk and curb situation; off-street parking situs. A petition signed by Royce Hall and 20 other residents in regard to property owned by William Wiltig of 377 Jackson avenue which they declared was a fire hax.arcl. Mayor John Devine told the Council that Wittig had been given repeated warnings and immediate action would be taken. Crash on Highway 17 Causes $550 Damage Damage estimated at $550 was church at Otterbein on June 12, caused in a collision Monday aller- nccording to the announcement ol'noon on slate road 17 at the Forthe Most Rev. John G. tJunnett,. Key intersection north of Logans- bishop of tho diocese. port. Father Schiavone will hr.ve re-> A 1954 model car being driven sponsibilily for St. Cecilia's Mis-j north on the statu highway by sinn church at De.Motte, eight miles I Danny Powlcn, 24, of B2(i Race from -Wheatfield, in addition to the! street, city, struck a trailer being pastorate of the Wheatfield church, •which is 23 miles south of Valparaiso. During the past year he has been assistant to the Rev. Francis Nics- tn, pa.vlor of St. Joan of Arc church pulled west across the highway by a pick-up truck driven by Roy McGuii'e, 52, of roule t, Walton, according to State Trooper John Gaylor and Deputy Sheriff Roy King, who investigated. in Kokomo. He was assistant here! Damage tq the car was estimat- for four years before going to cd at $500 'and damage to the Kokomo. , trailer was estimated at $50. The Father Schiavone was ordained trailer was carrying a plow. June 12, 1!)52, at Notre Damoj McGuirc was charged by Troop- church, South-bridge, Mass. ; or Gaylor with failure to yield the Father Cunningham will have re-'right of way. He is to appear in aonsibility for a nearby parish at; the local justice court later. Barrydale in addition to the Otter- '.- bcin pastorate, lie is concluding his first full pastorate nt the St. Joseph church at Winchester. He was assistant at Fowler and at the local St. Joseph church previously. Soillml hlilx tor MA I l.!N<i~V~KH- TlliU.K AMI mm'KU'AY K.x- TKNSIO.VS.IOTC.'.. AT I'. S. POST OI-'MICM, I.OCiA.VHroUT. INDIANA -will be rcci-lvud until :i:00 l'..M., <'.K.T., (3:110 1'. Jl C.IJ.S.T.) JUNK 3X. lli. r ,7 In Kunni r,7f,, 11 S. Cnurl- IIIIIIHC. riiicniru i. 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Short talks were made by the new officers and by Francis Perrone, advocate of the State Council. Post Office Plans For Improvements Postmasler Sylvester Kelly announced Monday that bids are being received for a new mailing vestibule, extensions of driveway, and painling the post office building. Information about the work may be obtained from the General Service Administration Public Building Service, 575 US courthouse, 219 S. Clark street, Chicago, HI. Bids will be opened June 18. The official state tree of Arkansas is the pine because 51 per cent of Ihe forest land in the state is in pine. 409-415 E. BROADWAY DIAL 4166 WEDNESDAY THREE STAR VALUES 'OUR OWN" SOAP T /i Ib. bars — fine quality • Pine • Apple Blossom • Lanolin • Cold Cream IjM.UU Wednesday only U for COSMETICS - FIRST FLOOR been organized in various counties to make recommendations regarding their highway requirements. 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