Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 25, 1957 · Page 9
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 9

Publication:
Location:
Logansport, Indiana
Issue Date:
Monday, November 25, 1957
Page:
Page 9
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 9 article text (OCR)

Monday Evening, November 25, 1957. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Nir»T Open Drive to Increase College Faculty Wages WASHINGTON (UP)—American college professors plan to use the familiar "A" to "F" grading system in a drive for a 100 per cent boost in faculty salaries. The new use of the grades would apply to faculty salaries in colleges and universities. Those doing the grading would be men and women most familiar with both the technique and the salaries—the professors. .Colleges and universities with the highest pay scales would ge c : ^an "A", while those with the lowest would be graded "F". A spokesman said salaries paid by some schools are too low even to rale even an "F". The project, difficult for anyone but professors since salary schedules on many campuses now are surprisingly difficult to obtain, is' planned as part of a full-scale effort by the American Association of _ University Professors .to publicize and improve low faculty pay scales. An association spokesman said it is difficult to state an "average" college professor's salary. A few, he said, receive a .salary equaling the $24,000-a-year niche usually reserved f o r football coaches and these throw off averages. But he said probably a fair median salary estimate /ould be in. the neighborhood of about $6,6000 a year. That compares with a recommended minimum for a full professor of $12,000. The spokesman noted some colleges have in the past six months hiked their faculty salaries—some as high as 18 to 20 per cent. Among those granting recent pay raises, he said, were Harvard, Yale, Swarthmore and the universities of Oregon, Wisconsin and Alabama. The drive is being undertaken at a time when leaders from Presi- = dent Eisenhower down are deplor-! w jfe call the sheriff.'"' ing inadequate pay received by Gilbert L. Ratliff, American teachers. Royal Center Eennie Ervin, who was injured in an auto accident seven weeks ago, has been dismissed from the Long hospital in Indianapolis. Mrs. Dollie Feltis spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur! Rearick, of Winamac. Ora Hoover, of Sacramento, Calif., recently visited his sister, Mrs. Fred Douglas, here. Mr. and Mrs. George Reed shot one deer on Jheir recent hunting trip in Hawkins, Wisconsin. Paul Martin is in the Methodist hospital in Indianapolis, recovering from a back injury. Joyce Ann Swank was married to Ernest Layer recently at the Indian Creek church. The Hev. Rolin Hill performed the ceremony. ' Mrs. Anna Snyder is in St. Joseph's hospital, Logansport, ufter suffering a stroke at the Doi.glas nursing home. She is the mother of Ocie Myers, of Lucerne. Mrs. Harlan Schmaltz and Mrs. Ethel Martin spent the weekend in South Bend with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Burget and daughter, MOSCOW CLAIMS ISRAEL IS MASSING FOR "U.S.-I'LANNED" SVKIA ATTACK UN VOTES 25-HEMBEK DIIIAKMAMENT BODY, SOVIETS SAY THEY WON'T PARTICIPATE DIE IN CHASH OF IIITISH PLANE JAPAN AROUSED OVER "LIGHT" THREE-YEAR SUSPENDED SENTENCE FOR WILLIAM G1RARD, Gl CONVICTED OF KILLING A JAPANESE WOMAN ON RIFLE RANGE 10 FEMALE SKULLS FOUND IN "HOUSE OF HORKORS" ON WISCONSIN FARM MINE CAVE-IN KILLS 17 IN SCOTLAND TRAIN WRECK KILLS It IN FRANCE TORNADOES, DEEP SNOW LEAVE TRAIL OF DEAD OVER CENTRAL US. 31 CUIAN HEVOLUTIONAIMES SEIZED IN FLOIIDA TRYING WORST FOREST FIRE IN JO YEARS RAVAGES THE LOS ANGELES AREA SOUTH ; : AM ERICA FEDERAL TROOPS ORDERED FROM LITTLE ROCK SCHOOL, LEAVING NATIONAL GUARD SIX BS7i FLY NON-STOP FLORIDA TO BUENOS AIRES TO NEW YORK, 10,600 MILES Held in Jail on Charge of Murder FORT WAYNE (UP)—A. preliminary charge of murder held William Gilbert Johnson, 39, Fort Wayne, in Allen County Jail today for the slaying of his wife, Ruth Louise, 43. Mrs. Johnson was shot it, the head Saturday night and pro-j nounced dead oh arrival at St. Joseph's Hospital. Johnson told sheriff's deputies he "didn't know the gun . was | loaded." He said he walked to a neighbor's home after the rifle slaying and said, "I just shct my The association's national council met here quietly last weekend to vote on necessary beginning steps. Prof. William A. Neiswanger of the University of Illinois was assigned to work out details. NEW PHONE CONTRACT INDIANAPOLIS contract between (UP)—A Indiana Bell Telephone Co. and the Communications Workers of America went into effect Sunday. It called for increases ranging up to $3 per week for operators and clerical workers and $5 for craftsmen. 38, Fort Wayne, a former husband of Mrs. Johnson, .was held as. a material witness in the shooting. AKREST WAITED MAN LAPORTE (UP) — Authorities held Jerry Wayne Smith Peters, 19, a Detroit native, today as a fugitive from Bradford County, Fla., Jail. Peters: was arrested Sunday driving a stolen car on the outskirts of Michigan City, authorities said. Peters toM authorities he was transferred from Florida State Prison to the jail to face charges of automobile theft. Ee said he came north in stolen cars and by hitchhiking. Man Hurt in Fighf, Police Arrest Five Five men were arrested Saturday night by city police following an altercation outside a tavern on Woodlawn avenue, in which one man suffered a cut on his forehead when he was reportedly struck with a bottle. J. W. Montgomery, route 1, Lucerne-, was treated at St. Joseph's hospital for the gash on his forehead, then released. Arrested were Wayne Voorhees, 29, Bringhurst, for driving while under the influence; and Travis Lavvorn, 22, Monticello; William Sylvester, 33, Flora; Garland Lauderdale, 28, Gary, and his brother, Mervin, 21, Wausau, Wis., all for public intoxication. Voorhees was jailed and later released on $250 bond. The four charged with intoxication were also lailed, later posting forfeit bond of $18 apiece for fines and costs. SPEAKING OF SIGNS—Guess what the sign says.-You're right, "No-Smoking." Just the same clouds of. smoke pour from a fire at a giant factory in Weinheim, West Germany: The blaze broke out just five minutes after a regular monthly fire drill. Firemen delayed in reaching the blaze, because .they thought it was part of the regular drill when the fire alarm sounded, Culver Mrs. Ora Reed and Mrs. Thomas K. Walker were co-hostesses at a pink and blue shower honoring Mrs. Kenneth Ruby on Thursday evening in the Reed home; 14 attended. Mrs. Glen Tibbetts was hostess Monday evening in her home to members of the Culver School Faculty Wives' bride club. Mrs. Frank McLane was guosi of the group. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Shelton Kaiser, Mrs. McLane' and Mrs. M. R. Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Merl Crabb enter tained in honor of L. A. Crabb and Mrs. Allen Crabb on their birthdays at a Thanksgiving dinner. Other guests were Allen Crabb and daughters of Maywood, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Glen Crabb of Winona Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Earnet Crabb and son Larry and Miss Barbara Burkett of Argos and Mrs. L. A. Crabb. Mrs. Hichard Quivey and Mrs. Vernon Stayton entertained the Home and Hobby Home Demonstration club on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. King Hester was admitted to the Parkview HospiUl at Plymouth on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Carter are the parents of a son, Douglas Jay, born Nov. 18 at Culver clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Wallstead are the parents of a son, born Nov. 15 at Osteopathic Hospital, South Bend. Mr, and Mrs. James Abbott of Leiters Ford are the parents of a daughter, born Nov. 18 at SoulJi Bend. The Burr Oak EUB Ladies Aid met with Mrs. Howard Shock on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Baker v/ere in South Bend Sunday. . Mrs. Roth Cline and Mrs. Howard Oberlin spent Friday in Indianapolis. Mrs. Harry Eskdridge spent ! Friday in Plymouth. j Guy Sim of Elkhart was a regent visitor of Jesse Sims and ! family. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Crabb nad children of Illinois spent the IT'S A CAMERA—Almost howitzer-size, this new 100-inch came-ra. designed lo photograph terrain features as Car as 30 miles; away, is shown in operation at Fort Monmouth, N.J. Cameraman Specialist Third Class John D. Denners, of Syracuse, N.Y., sights through the built-in telescope, as Specialist Secoad Class George A. Paybins, Brockton,. Mass., adjusts retractable lens barrel. The camera, which will operate in the infrared range, was originally developed at the Signal Corps Engineering Laboratories at Fort Monrnouth, and was designed and built by the Kalart Co. ol Plainfield, Conn. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Merle Crabb. E. 0. Byrd is visiting Mr. and Mrs. feorge Byrd and daughter in South Bend. Don G. Throne was in Indianapolis recently. Mr. a::id Mrs. Ona Reed spent a couple of days in South Bend recently. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. McKesson were in Chicago on Saluiday. The music and art group met in the home of Mrs, Troy Babcock on Thursday. Mrs. Blanche Hisey of Argos spent a few days witii Dovie Overmeyer. KEDS MAKE RAIN MOSCOW <CP>— The newspaper Zarya Vostoka said today So viet scientists have produced rain clouds in the laboratory by use of radioactive elements. "A complex electrical and radiochemical process produced liny droplets of water that grew and were transformed into rain clouds, the paper said. It said rain actually was made to fall from the clouds, produced in a special chamber under direction of scientist B. V.' Dera- gina. Two Drivers Arrested For Traffic Violations Two drivers were arrested early . Sunday by city police for traffic violations, and one posted forfeit bond to cover his fine and costs. G. B. Skinner, 49, route 1, city, was slated for speeding after he • was clocked at 55 miles an hour . going north on North Third street, a 30-mile-an-hour zone. He posted S29.75. David Dills, 16, route 4, Peru, was slated for city court after ho was arrested for driving through a red light at Cicott and West Market streets. Keith Parrett, 20, route 3, Delphi, arrested by police using the e'.ectrie timer last Wednesday, i came in Sunday to post $19.75 for- Ifeit bond to cover Jus speeding fine. THEATER CONFERENCE BLOOMINGTON CUP)—The director of the Indiana University thealer and chairman of the I-U speech and theater department. Lee Norvelle, was slated today to preside at the annual meeting of the National Theater Conference in New York Saturday. Norvelle is completing his third term as conference president. dreams are made of" HOW AT BICKELS ARMY COMBAT TEAM KIT 5 Famous Army Vehicles $4,98 PUZZLE PLAQUES P re-School Wooden punlei $1.75 Plus 1,000 more kits to choose from. Many more puzi.les to choose from, DELUXE TINY TEARS Doll * M AQ Ploy Pens .... *]nr.7<J Tiny Tear Oolli from $5.98 SNAP-LOCK BiiADS Soft Vinyl tl AO Snap Beads ... «j> I oU7 large wood string beads. CHEMISTRY tAB SET Chemistrial and Microscope $4.95 From ... Up DELUXE WOOD BURNING SET Provides materials and instruction! for projects of wood, leather, cork and plitaic. Otheis from $5.00 ROADBUItWRS SET Consists of 7 different units all of lafe, pliant vinyl. KEYSTONE DOUBLE GUN i HOLSTER SIT Double Gun And Holster . . . Populor Dyn-a-mit* gun M .... *9i 16" DOLL TRUNK CARROM GAME BOARD Well Made £ A AA Carrom Game metal trunks ^O.7O up Boards 16" Tear Doll, luiteoje with lay Practically oil of Parker and Mil 0 I^ ,,.,..,„.......,,,.., $7.95 ton Bradley Games.- .95 ADJUSTABLE LOOM Adjustable loom' £| A A and Loopers . . ^ I .70 Standard Loam only .., 49c Extra bag of loopers 25c CINDY" ASSORTMENT Beautiful 8" Ginger Dolls 10</i" Miss Ginger high heel£• $2,98 & $3.98 STOCK FARM Truck and Corral . . . $7 U 95 Stock farm corral only $1.49 SILLY PUTTY It bounces, it molds it takes up QR> pictures 7Ov \

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page