Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 21, 1957 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, November 21, 1957
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Thursday Evenir.g, November 21, 1957. Mrs. Diener New Advisor For "Teens Against Polio' An Indianapolis woman, Mrs George S. Diener, wife of the speaker or the Indiana House of Representatives, has been named state advisor for "Teens Against .Polio" (or the 1958 March ot Dimes campaign. Announcement of her appointment, for the 20th anniversary campaign, January 2 through January 21, was made today by Greyble L. McFarland, Jr., Indiana State chairman for the drive. • Teens Against Polio (TAP) sym- 1 bolizes the efforts of teen-agers! throughout Indiana and the United j States to aid the National Foun-i cation for Infantile Paralysis in •its fight against polio and its- crippling effects. Hoosier teen-agers not. only are active during the annual March of Dimes campaign, but work throughout the year on other related projects young persons polio. Cheerleaders far Berries Selected Cheerleaders for Lu^ansport high school's basketball team were elected Wednesday. Those elected were: Nelson Becker, Larry Brown, Judy Cunningham, Betty Flowers, Glenda Graham, Elaine Leslie, Dick Sundy and Sandy Sundy. Four will serve during varsity games and four during reserve games. Those for the varsity team will be selected from the above group after the basketball season begins. such as visiting recovering from Active in the March of Dimes this past seven years, Mrs. Diener served as state advisor for women's activities in 1955 and 1956. Prior to that she served as Marion County area chairman and as for MBS. GEOBGE S. DIENER an's Club, 'Kappa Kappa Gamma. Alumnae, Parent-Teachers Association and Crossroads Guild. She is a member of Fairview Presbyterian Church and teachers in its Sunday School, The Dieners, who live at 4151 North Pennsylvania Street, Indianapolis, have three children: William P.-, 16; Susan L., 14, and Ruth Ann, 11. Actor-singer Sal Mineo, la of New .York City, and Miss Patty a Marching Mother" for the . Hicks 18, of Minneapolis, have been March of Dimes. I named national co-chairmen of Mrs. Diener's other activities in- {Teens Against Polio for the 1958 elude the State Assembly Worn-[drive. Deaths in News Various Topics Before School NEW YORK-Gerard swopc, 84|Boards Meeting former president of the Go—al Educational television in public Electric Company died Wednes-! scnoo i Si special education classes day at his home here. The son , s aulhor i z ed by the 1957 Indiana of a watch case manufacturer, Lceislature and the controversial Swope began working for GE asj sU i e aid distribuloin formula will a A, a u ? er , W K ° a s tude ! lt; be among topics to be discussed at Massachusetts Institute of Tech-1 tlurina th ° e eighth amiual cnnvc:l . nology. He was the brother of tion flf tl , e In jj iana Schoo! Boarcls Herbert Bayard Swopc former ! Association schedu led in Indian- edrtor of the oldNew York World. ! apolig November 30 and Decem . JACKSON. Miss.—Frederick Sul- b ^ l ' lens, 80, colorful editor of the Convention sessions will be con- Jackson Daily News and a contro-. ducte<1 in the Claypool Hotel, versial figure in Mississippi for! The convention will open at 9:00 more than half a century, died'a. m.. Saturday with registration Wednesday of cancer. jand display of exhibits. The lirst 'general session is scheduled for WASHINGTON —Rep. Augustine.'10 a. m with a report of the pres- B. Kelley. 74, Democrat fromiident, Harry D, Heinzerling of Pennsylvania, died Wednesday of i Gi;rrett, and the report of the cancer in suburban Beihesda, Md.(executive secretary, Dr. Marion He was a leading Congressional' A. .McGhehey of Indiana Univer- expert on labor and education leg-'sity. islation and was the author of fed-1 Following a second general ses- eral aid-to-education bills defeated l Slon after lunch will be group dis- m the house this year and last cjssions of a number of important year. BETKESDA, Md. — Col. Maurice E. Gilmore. TO, regional director of the Federal Public Wo'.ks Administration in.New York and school problems, including educating the physically and mentally handicapped child; the athletic program in today's schools; the Ecbool and its public relations program; the school board's respon- ten other NortheasteiT states from I sibilily [ orw hat is taught in 1937 to 1940, died Wednesday at: ., c . hools . qualifications of admin- Suburban Hospital. . Krators; school board meeting procedures and development of written policies. A banquet at 6.-00 p. m. and an r.cldress by Justice Fred Hall of Coroner Issues Suicide Verdict A verdict of suicide was returned Glee Club. Justice Hall is a former governor of Kansas, having been elected to the office when 38 years of ?S6. His lopic will be "Education, Our Only Hope for Survival. n vuruici 01 suicme was returned ——-— --• —•— *— --• by Cass county coroner M. B. Ste-! the Kansas Supreme Court will wart at an inquest Wednesday, condude the day ' s P™g ram - A P~ morning into the death of Marvin Peanne on the evening program L. Watts, 26 a ' so w '" be llle Purc l ue Men's Watts was found at his home 5V4 miles south of Logansport Friday afternoon with a bullet wound in his right temple. He died at Memorial hospital several hours later. Bernard D. Leavitt, Indiana State Police detective sergeant, said in his deposition that Watts •had been, separated from his wife. Willa Jo, for about a week. He SEOUL, Korea (UP)—Two U.S. had been living alone since that 1 1st Cavalry Division soldiers were time. 'electrocuted Monday when a nvat- St'ate trooper Lawrence Wagen-jal pole they were moving fell knecht, the first officer to investi-i across a live power line, the Arrny gate, said he-found the pistol near announced today. The annciunoe- Watts' body, and found a cart-|ment said one of the victims died ridge case near the head of the j instantly and the second died later bed on which Watts was lying. I in a hospital. TWO G.I.'S DIE | Aids for Holiday Cooking.. ROASTERS Easy to clean blue enamelware. Oval shape roasters for fowl or meat. 4 different sizes. All wi.ch self-basting covers. Type EASY BASTER Bastes meat, fowl. Separates grease .from pure gravy. «'Afo-S«w" FOWL LACER 6 jtainlew steel pins and string. It's easy and neat. 10 OPEN FR12>AY UNTIL 9:00p.m. KRESCE'S.r-f/TO tatt'lr Read the Classified Ads Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Three FEU ON THREE CARS—This 15-ton trailer truck rests on an obstruction which it struck and toppled on three autos, killing the driver of one. The truck caught fire. The smashup occurred where Highway 22 narrows in Newark, N. J. . (International SoundplioloJ Runaway Boy Caught By Local Trooper A 14-year-old boy from East Gordon, Mich., who ran away from home Monday, was apprehended at 10:30 a. m. Wednesday by State Trooper Larry Wagenknecht, The trooper thought he looked | suspicious as he saw the boy driv- i ing on U. S.' highway 24 west of Loganr.port. He followed the car | into the city and stopped the boy on Market street. Unable' to show a driver's license, the boy said he was "almost 16" when Wagenknecht asked his age. When the trooper asked him it "almost 16" meant that he was 14, he said that wat bli COITM* age. He said the car he was driving belonged to his mother. He was turned over to Don Armstrong, probation officer, and jailed pending the arrival of his parents. AHEM! COLUMBUS, Ohio (UP) — Cabbie John \. Bachman handed his weekly pay check for •$9,000,028.05 to deputy court clerk Gene Boseker to pay for a $25 speeding ticket, and demanded the correct change. 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