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Monday Evening, June 10, 1957. Fears of Flu Epidemic in U.S. Quieted Health Official Says That Sufficient Vaccine Could Be Produced to Head Off Outbreak WASHINGTON (UP)—A Public Health Service spokesman said today there is no danger of a nationwide flu epidemic spreading to this country from the Orient. He *aid U.S. drug firms are convinced they can make a vaccine for the new "Oriental flu" bug in 2-3 months. The Public Health Service scheduled a closed - door meeting today with its new advisory com mittee on influenza, composed of representatives of state and territorial health officers and medical groups. A spokesman said the chief aim of the meeting was to discuss plans for development, production and distribution of the new flu vaccine. While the spokesman did not say so. it was assumed one question discussed would be whether the federal . government should subsidize development of the new vaccine as it did development of Salk polio vaccine. No Outbreak Yet The spokesman said there is as yet no "outbreak" of the new flu virus in this country "as far as we know." He said there may 'be "isolated cases" but the only information received by the Public Health Service is press reports from the West Coast. The spokesman said all neces- THREE LOCAL STUDENTS GRADUATE AT DePAUW Over 3,000 Graduate At Indiana University Indiana colleges and universities all but wound up their 1957 round of commencements today, leaving only Anderson College's gradua- aging editor Kenneth Kramer of Business Week magazine of and Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Thre« HELICOPTER MELON THIEF BRAWLEY, Caiif. (UP)—Farmer W. I. Fifield said he didn't mind a helicopter landing in his watermelon patch Saturday. He Craig Will Welcome Chance to Testify INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—Former Gov. George N. Craig said today. in a prepared statement that "I j thought it was too much, though, welcome the opportunity" to ap-1 when the pilot hopped out. Korea, Christian College. Speaker tion exercises next Monday to. was Thomas J. Watson, Jr., pres- complete the schedule. ! ident of International Business Indiana University, the state's Machines Corp. largest school, presented diplomas to more than 3,000 persons at its 128th' annual commencement this morning. . • Today also was commencement day tor nearly 300 at Butler University, 100 at Haanover College and nearly 50 at Huntingdon Col- ege. Sunday's commencements were at Indiana State Teachers College, DePauw University, Wabash Col- Larry Hardin Deborah H. Maiben Mariel Meyers Three Logansport students received academic degrees here last night during DePauw University's 118th annual commencement exercises. Degrees and local recipients included: Bachelor or arts: Larry K. Hardin, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hardin, 702 N. Third street; Deborah Holmes Maiben," E High St. Kd., and Mariel Meyers, daughter of Mrs. Mary Eikenberry, 912 E. Market Street. (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.* Hot Weather Will Arrive By UNITED PRESS A week of warm temperatures I.a'crVsh-landlng "in YpTowed''field Safe Landing Made By Ambulance Plane SPENCER, Ind. (UP)—An ambulance plane carrying a lege, Earlham College and John | ment speaker Herron Art School at Indianapolis, and Saturday's at Rose Poly and Taylor, Honorary degrees at Wabash, which graduated a class of 121 men, went to Francis W. Misch, Detroit, a vice-president of the Chrysler Corp., and Dr. Harold Spears, superintendent of San Francisco schools. Earlham honored a class of 131 and gave three honoraries, including one to Leland Doan, president of Dow Chemical Co,, Midland, Mich. Doan was th e commence- pear before a Marion County grand jury investigating the Indina highway scandals in his administration. "I have not'been given a date ior a time for such appearance," Craig said. "Certainly ho subpena >y the prosecutor is necessary and all I request inasmuch as, I am in Washington is to have 24 lours notice." Indiana State conferred degrees on 787, with Dr. Raleigh Holmstedt, the school's president, as speaker. DePauw gave 366 degrees and TAX TRIAL OPENS INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—Dr. Morris Salzman, 35, now practicing at Bellvue Hospital in New York, went on trial today before a federal jury here.on charges of evading more than $12,000 in income five honoraries, including man- taxes in 1950-51-52. accident victim to a hospital made Russian. Challenge Hurled by Graham NEW YORK (UP)—Evangelist Billy Graham challenged Soviet .raff:c leaders Sunday night to permit was on the Indiana weather form chart today. The five-day outlook for Tuesday through Saturday called for readings averaging 2 to 4 degrees near Cagles Mill Saturday but the patient and two other persons were uninjured. Leslie Burks, the pilot, told authorities he was lost in a fog sary precautionary stops have, . ... been taken in this country except I Alon « wlth lhe heat ' whlch may for development of a vaccine. Health officers and laboratories or aDov . e lor lne " rsl " me ": ms throughout the country have been I-? ea f n '" many areas of Hoosier„!«,.„ «,m.,w ,,r th,, „»,., ,,ir,,* ' ant| , lherc Wl11 bc considerable given samples of the new virus, isolated by the Public Health Service here, to check aganst samples taken from flu victims arriving from the Orient. Health Service Confident Arrivals from the Pacific will have their names and addresses above normal highs of 76 to 87'and had trouble switching to an and normal lows of 55 to 68. j emergency fuel supply. Burks "Warm Tuesday, turning a little ; said he was taking Mrs. Opal • -'-- <"- J '- mi,.,.... Kohlhorst, St. Marys, Ohio, from Springfield, Mo., to Lima, Ohio, "or hospitalizalion. Miss Juanita Hendricks, Spring- "ie!d, a nurse also was on the light. The rest of the trip to Lima was made by auto ambulance. cooler Wednesday, warmer day with little change thereafter," the outlook said. isend th e mercury soaring to 90 or above for the first time this rain in the form of thundershow- crs. Precipitation was expected to average .75 to 1.50 inches almost daily throughout the period. A rash of scattered thiinder- j showers may invade the extreme south portion today, cover the en- F. ., . . . , .>u'.llil uuii.il/ii bt/uaj, i_vvci nit: c.i- fior the next week to 10 days tak- Uro sl ' ate TuesdayJ and do repeal en. If they have a respiratory in- pcrformanccs Wednesday, Thurs- -fpptmn rinr,™ lh,f nor,^ and it j day and Friday _ Temperatures chilled considerably from Friday night through Sunday morning over most sections. There was a warmup Sunday over much of the state, to a range of G5 to 73 in the north and 77 to 80 in the south. spreads to others, local health officers will report the facts. A 'TJ.S. Public Health Service epidemic team will be rushed to the «pot. Antibiotics will quickly be administered to infected persons to kill "hitchhiking" germs such .as pneumonia that provide the real danger accompanying new flu virus. The spokesman naid the Public Health Service is "confident" any outbreak of flu in this country tan thus be effectively localized. The mercury fell to a range of 57 to 69 overnight, was due to the j crest at 80 to 85 today, drop to lows of 65 to 69 tonight and reach Tho nation's 537.UH2 oil wells turn out 6,807,000 barrels of oil each day — an average of 12.6 •barrels per well. the 80s Tuesday. DK. IIOVDE HONORED OXFORD, England (UP)—Dr. Frederick L. Hovde, president of Purdue University, Saturday was one of two Americans who received honorary degrees from Oxford University. Fire Damages Lodge Home HARTFORD CITY (UP)—The Moose Lodge building, a three- story structure on the Blackford County Courthouse square here, was damaged badly by fire Sunday. Flames swept the second and .hird floors, and water poured on the blaze by firemen caused heavy damage to a furniture store and men's store on tihe ground floor. Heartburn? GET FAST RELIEF WITH TUMS •jf THEY NEVER OVER-ALKALIZE INSIST ON THE GENUINE STILL ONLY IOc him to carry his "Crusade for Christ" throughout Russia. Given the opportunity to preach unrestricted, Graham said, he could win more converts to Christianity in Russia than in any other country he has visited during his 7-year-old "crusade. But the 38-year-old evangelist said he would go to Russia only if lie could have complete freedom of movement and was able to preach wherever he desired. "I would certainly like 'to challenge them (Soviet leaders) to allow us to go to the crossroads in the towns and villages arid preach the gospel of Christ." 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