Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 17, 1957 · Page 2
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 2

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, June 17, 1957
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Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune U. S. Aid to Yugoslavia Reaches .$1,250,000,000 WASHIN-GTON (UP)—The United Sta'.es has provided Communist Yugoslavia with more than $1,250,000,000 in economic and military aid in an effort to show Communist nations that it pays to break away from Moscow domination. Communist Poland this year has decided to follow the Yugoslav example—on a cautious basis. As a result, the Poles have a promise of 95 million dollars in American aid, much of which will be repaid eventually. More millions will be provided later to Poland to build it up as a second beacon of hope behind the Iron Curtain. The United Stales is helping the Poles undoubtedly could do business with the United States as long as they eased their relationship with Moscow. Officials don't say outright that the United State's aim is to weed communism out of Yugoslavia, Poland and other countries. Initially, they think it is more important to concentrate on helping satellites to restore and to maintain independence. Once they have regained 'heir independence,' officials believe, the Eastern European states will drift away from communism. nist regime of Poland for strictly | business reasons. The' long-range aim is to encourage national independence moves in all satelites in a peaceful way. Officials cite the example of how American help to Yugoslavia during the last nine years attracted the Poles when they eased their ties with Moscow. Yugoslav diplomats in Belgrade and other capitals got a string of Delphi State Detective Dale MaCwdy and Deputy Sheriff John Miller questioned a 17-year-old Carroll done Fred Rodkey farm near Burlington recently and the boys confessed to punching holes in the new tank and shooting the windows out of the Rodkey barn. Parents of the two youths have indicated they would make good the damage, Miller said. The vandalism took place on May 29 and Detective Sgt, MaCurdy and Milfer traced the work to the two youths. inquiries from Polish officials. They asked a lot of questions about I The boat allegedly stolen from Tito's relations with the United the Richard Cox cottage on the States after he broke away from Soviet domination. The Poles wanted to know whether the United States would provide assistance without demanding an overthrow of communism? V/ould the United States follow through on economic aid? And the PoUs sought information on Yugoslavia's experience in th« field of trade, tourism and other contacts with the free world. Yugoslavia acknowledged that its relations with the United Stages had not been entirely cairn. But the overall report was that the Tippecanoe river recently was found Friday by the sons of Dewey Burkhart lodged against* an island in the river down stream! from where the shed was broken into when the boat disappeared. The Sheriff's department and State police were investigating the brcakins, John Hurley, charger! with forgery, wa.s arraigned in Carroll Circuit Friday and asked the court to appoint a lawyer for,him. Dean Overholscr was appointed by Judge Wm. B. Smith. The Associate Chapter of Tri Kappa entertained husbands and friends at a picnic supper at the home oi Postmaster and Mrs. Robert L. Sieber Tuesday night. Announcement was made that Miss Susan Roach' was to receive the State Tri Kappa scholarship which was presented through the local chapter. The following new officers were elected: Mrs. Robert Wood, president; Mrs. Hubert Gros, vice president; Mrs. Morris Skiles, recording secretary; Miss Mary Smock, corresponding secretary and Mrs. Millard Quinn, treasurer. Miss Mary Shaffer who Is employed at Indianapolis is spending her vacation here with her mor ther, Mrs. Ethel Shaffer, and sister, Dorthea. Mrs. Ethel Shaffer and Miss Mary Shaffer returned recently from a trip to Florida with another daughter, Mry. Sylvan Smith of South Bend. Mrs. Edith Farr fell recently in the Presbyterian choir loft i fractured a rib and sustained other bruises. She is church organist. The Delphi Great Books Club will hold its final meeting of the year at the Delphi Country Club Sunday evening June 23, at 5:30 o'clock. A dinner will precede the discussion of "The Education of Henry Adams". All former members are invited to attend. Reservations must be made with Mrs. George Revington Jr. by Thursday, June 20. Judge Larry Ross of Monticello and Mrs. Henry Powell of West Lafayette will be the leaders. Judge Ross has accepted a position with the Great -Books Foundation as an area, director with offices in Cleveland, 0. He will move his family to Cleveland next month. The Foundation has been in existence more than ten years and has ten area headquarters. HLs territory will include New York State, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Kentucky. Judge Ross has been a leader in the Delphi Great Books Club now in its ninth year, and in the Monticello group for several years. He will conduct loader training sessions and promote formation of Groat Books NATIONAL HOOVER WEEK SPECIAL! Monday, June 17 thru Saturday, June 22, is National Hoover Week! HOOVER Constellation M<xM 84 the cleaner that walks Ho pvNing — »h« ctaanor follow* you on Its own aw stream. The nozzle glfde$ imootWy over rugs or floors — on wheels. Nobody but Hoover has tf»e double- stretch hose which lets you cloan a full flight of stolrs. No other cleaner canl A telescoping wand that won't corn* apart — use it short or long. • full 1 h. p. motor gives you affective cleaning. • Suction can be adjusted by a flick of tho thumb. • • A king size throwaway bag you tan change In lass than 10 seconds. Your hands never touch dirt. Formerly Sold for *97" r DAVIDS Your Authorized Hoover Dealer 516-5T8 East Broadway Phone 3167 MISTER BREGER "Now remember — we stand firm in our protest against the increase .of automation in this company..." groups. He will attend the Great Issue in Faith conference to be held at Williamstown, Mass., from July 14-25. Judge Ross received his law degree at the University of Chicago and was admitted to the bar in December 1952. He will 'be honored at the dinner meeting Sunday evening. Mtis. John E. Walker was hostess Tuesday evening to the Tri Xappa pledge party of Gamma Alpha Chapter. New members pledged were Misses Marjorie Sanderson, Helen Crosby and Mrs. T. Neal Petry. Initiation services for them will be held on June 25 and'for two other pledges, Mrs. David R. Baum and Mrs. Charles Bradshaw who were pledged last fall. The chapter also elected the following new officers: Betty Kent, president; Shirley Smith, vice president; Pat Myers, recording secretary; Geneva Todd, corresponding secretary. Betty Cripe was reelected treasurer. - A Japanese exchange student from Purdue in her native costume, told of her life in Tokyo. The: chapter voted $10 to the Multiple sclerosis'program. Assistant hostesses were: Veronica Clauser, Betty Cripe, Mrs., Wm., Myers, Ruth Patrick, Betty! •Revington and Mrs. Don Lcitzke. The W. C. T. U. will meet Tues-, day evening, June 18, at 8:00 at the home of Mrs. Edrite Parks. Call Special Board Meeting of Nurses There will be a special meeting of the board' of directors of the Eleventh (formerly, Mid-Western) District of the Indiana State Nurse's Association in the dining room at Memorial hospital Wednesday evening, June 19, at 7 o'clock, according to Association Secretary Carol Mclntyre, R. N. Miss Alma Lenmann, president of the organization, will preside. Monday Evening, June 17, 1957. New Gadget Yields More Parking Money CHICAGO — Cities may earn more money from parking meters with a gadget tested in San Francisco, according to the American Municipal Association. The device makes every one pay, eliminating the "free" time left by the previous parker. It works through a photo-electric cell set into the street about 30 inches from the curb. When the car leaves its parking space over the electric eye, the light strikes the cell and throws a switch, raising the meter's "expired" flag. San Francisco found that revenue rose 37 per cent in a 12-day test of 50 meters. Freak Coin Turns Up in Collection PRINCETON, N.J. - Kenneth Shcdden, operator of a stamp and coin shop, has one for tho books—a coin the size of a quarter, with the imprint of a half dollar and the weight of a dime- The paper-thin disc arrived at a Trenton bank several weeks ago in a bag of 1954 half-dollars and was turned over to the Princeton shopkeeper by a bank official. Shedden believes the coin is a freak of the Philadelphia mint caused by placing the amount of metal intended for a dime stamp into a half dollar stamp. There was not quite enough metal to fill out the stamp with the result it came out the size of a quarter. Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Finds Healing Substance That. Does Both— Relieves Pain—Shrinks Hemorrhoids York. N. * (Speci«l) - For the flrst timo scienco has found a new healing substance with the astoniah- ing ability to shrink hemorrhoids and to relievo pain— without surgery. In cnso nftcr case, while gently r»licvlnff pain, actual reduction (nhrinkngo) took place. Most amazing of nil — results wero •* thorough that aufferera mad* astonishing; statements like "Piles hftve ceased to ho a problem!" The secret la a now healing «ub- stnncG (Bio-Dyne*) — discovery of a world-famous research institute. This substance in now available in suppository or ointrntnt form under the namo Preparation H.* At your druggist. 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