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December 4, 1957

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 15

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Wednesday Evening, December 4, 1957. WASHINGTON SCHOOL ANNEX IARIY CHRISTMAS-Comdr. Joseph A. Mirabito, Arlington, Va., is laden with Christmas packages for personnel of the Navy's Task Force 43, operating in the Antarctic. The mail was forwarded early to insure delivery well in advance of the holidays. <U. S. .Navy Photo 1rom International) NOT1CK TO TAXI'AYKHS OF Xu litre is hereby Kiveti lo thu ta.\payers of JncUson Township. Ciii^s County, ItHlianii, that the Advisory Hoard ai:d Trustee nf K.I id Township n-ill muer. aL tlifi l*'us tee's nt'l'ii-e i Ji his liorne on tlis I'tli day u[' December. ]!tf>7. ill 7::'.f p. m. to fonsidt'i 1 tli« fi a 1 (1 o f f i i • e r s consider n ec e t<. meet tht- extraordinary Kenu'y existing at tUla time to wit: TOWNSUir FUND: 1. I'uy oC Trustee $12^.00 I' Social Security 4 a0.00 TL'ITIOX FUND: 2:;.\ fay of Substitute Teachers $100.00 Si'KCIA.1' SCUOUL, FU.VP: 1 -I. Kurnilure it K(]u'pJ !ltiIlt ^TiOO.OO 17 Fuel for School* Jati.OO in. School .Medicals S.OO 2! 3'ny oC Toachers 21.=1.00 "2. Janitor Service '1-5.00 2">. Transportation of Children 500.00 2". Social Security ITS.00 2". illsc liO.OO Total Special School $!!. 120.00 Taxpayers appearing at such meeting shall have a ri^ht lo be heard thereon. The additional appropriations as finally made will be automatically referred to the State Board of Tax Commissioners, \vhich board will hold u, further hearing within fifteen days at tne County Auditor's office of Cass Ct.unty. Indiana, or at such other place as may be desiKiiated. At Kiich hearing taxpayers objecting to any of such additional appropriations may te heard and interested taxpayers may inn "ire at the- Con nty Auditors of fir o wl'en and where such hearings will b* held. W. F. 2KHRIXG Trustee Dated November 27, 1057 Church Council Reports Unity Still Lacking Protestant, Orthodox Church Leaders Meet To Study Efforts ST. LOUIS (UP) — Leaders of 30 Protestant and Orthodox church bodies look stock today of thc'.ir progress toward "oneness in 1 Christ." They found many areas in which churches are cooperating more ef- ! feclively than ever before. But they also found plenty of evidence that denom [nationalism still .Is rampant. The appraisal was made by 2,OM> delegates to the '.ricnnial general assembly of the National Council of Churches. With no plenary session scheduled, the delegates split up into scores of division arid section meetings lo review joint programs in Christian education, foreign missions, social welfare and more than 70 other fields of church activity. Any disposition of the delegates lo congratulate themselves on the rapid growth of inter-church cooperation was jarred by blunt words from Dr. Truman B. Doug- las.s, noted Congregationalist minister and veteran leader of the church unity movement. Douglass said individual denominations still "retain for themselves most of the important functions of the Christian church" and restrict their world, national and local councils to a relatively narrow role. He said one "disastrous consequence" of this policy is that ^church councils are "preoccupied essVry i w ' th opposing bingo and pari- umi'r-| mutuel betting" when they should be voicing the united stand of the churches on "life and death problems of our society." "It is difficult to imagine that with humanity facing the imminent probability of self-extermina- tio,n, Almighty God is very-much stirred up about a few thousand people who bet two dollars on the favorite at Pimlico," Douglass said. He appealed for a "radical reappraisal" of the whole council movement, which he said has far "outgrown'' the limited role of "servant ol the denominations" which member bodies originally Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Fifteen CROSSWORD PUZZLE Anwrtr to v«t««»«y'« ACROSS 1—Emmet 4—College degre* (abbr.) 6—Drawing room 11—Jumped IS—Crowns 15—Symbol for tellurium 16—Overseer 18—Symbol for tantalum Ifl—Note of seal* 21—Box 22 —Dinner cours* £4—Communist* S3 —Yugoslav loader 28—Silkworm 2 1 .)—Dropsy 31— Sensed 33—Man's nlcknatn* 42— Munlcal d'.-ama 45—Wages 41— Egg -shaped 49—Appellation of Athena 50— Pilaster 52—River in Germany 54—Lord (abbr.) !»r,—Sun god R6—Pirate 53—Babylonian deity 61—Pale 63—Dirtied 65—Anoint 6 ii—Latin conjunction $7—Wlno cup DOWN 1—In music, high 2—Wanted fi—Began 7—Ventilate S—Youngsters fl—Conjunction ]»—KSSCIK-P assigned to it. The cold weather that has descended on Logan-.port and Indiana hasn't halted work on Ihc annex to Washington grade school, located at N. Cicotl and West Wnbash avenue. (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) Mercury Drops; Report 9 Above at Goshen, Ind. By UNITED PRESS I The mercury dipped as low as 9 above zero in Indiana today on the heels of a wintry storm which blanketed most .of Hoosierland with one to three inches of snow and set the stage for at least six deaths. Goshen had a reading of 9 degrees above zero, coldest temperature reported in the state thus far this season. It was 13 at Lafayette, 15 at Fort Wayne, IB at Indianapolis, 23 at South Bend and 29 at Evansville this morning. The weather bureau said a two- inch sraw cover was observed over some north and central areas. The snow did not accumulate quite as deeply as it appeared it would before the storm swept from a wide band across the state's midsection Tuesday morning to northern areas in the afternoon. Deaths to which the weather contributed included a 2-year-old Fort Wayne girl killed in a driveway by a backing truck as she played with a sled, a 55-year-old Michigan woman killed in a traffic accident on an icy road near Huntington, a Greensburg woman killed on a snow-covered highway, a .state highway worker killed by a car while sanding a Jackson County bridge, and two children who burned to death in an apart- Thursday and Friday will be followed by colder Saturday and continued rather cold Sunday and Monday. Highs today will range from 38 to 40 and Jews tonight from 25 to 31). Tuesday's highs ranged from 29 over most of the north to 35 at Indianapolis and 55 at Evansville. The weatl.er deaths included: Sheri Ulrey, 2, Fort Wayne, killed by a truck while -playing with a sled in the driveway of her home Tuesday. Lorenzo Cranberry, 20 months, and his brother, Melvin,.5 months, Indiana Traffic itv Toll burned to ;death Tuesday night when' fire from an overheated space heater burned their South ment fire blamed on an over heated stove. The snow cover probably will | melt by Thursday, for fair and Bend apartment. warmer weather, with tempera-1 Lewis E. Kidd, 53, Crothersville, hires in the upper 40s and around a state highway department work- 50 are due, and the mild readings i er, killed Tuesday night when hit Will stick around Friday. \ by a car as he spread sand on an No more precipitation was due before Friday night or Saturday, I and then it probably will be one- I fourth to one-half inch of rain, the i weatherman said in hi:; long-range i forecast. Temperatures the next five days will average near or slightly above icy floor of a bridge near Brownstown. Miss Everlyn Richards, 37, Greensburg, killed on an ice-covered highway near Greensburg when her car struck a truck Tuesday. Mrs. Susan Liex, 55, Flint, normal maximums from the mid- Mich., killed when her car hit a 30s to the high 40s and normal big truck in Ind. 37-9 near Hunt- minimums of 18 to 34. Warmer | ington Tuesday. Reaches 1,040 Nine Persons Die On Hoosier Roads In Last Two 1 Days Indiana's 1957 traffic death loll climbed to at least 1,040 today with nine names added during the last two days. Despite the flurry of fatalities, at least three of them blamed on snow-covered and icy roads, the toll remained somewhat below -his time last year when the number of deaths had passed 1,108. Seven deaths were added to the 1357 list Tuesday alone, including three teen-age boys killed when their speeding car rammed a tree at North Salern. In addition, Mrs. Susan Liex, 55, Flint, Mich., and Miss Evelyn Richards, 37, Greensburg, were killed when cars in which they rode smashed into trucks on slippery pavement, Mrs. Liex near Huntington and Miss Richards near Greensburg. Lewis E. Kidd, 63, Crolhersville, S4— Sow 3— Symbol for 36— College oKIc al tantalum 38— Part of "to be" 4— \Vacers 10— Man's name 5— Skillful " IF 11 VI 1 " w 50 55 " » * /// -o *H '/// "" ''//. a. * 0 ///, If 10 ///, Si * ///. 50 •*/ % »7 * ///, n 7 a '//, "' 1 ii Y //. 1H U. bo '//, '//I M a state highway department worker, was killed Tuesday night when struck by a car as he spread a coating of sand over the icy floor of a bridge near Brownstown. A Monday accident cost the life of Edward Davidson, 72, Bellevue, Mich., when he died Tuesday in a Rushville hospital. Slate police said the death to'-l stood at 1,031 Sunday midnigh';, compared with 1,097 a year " '//, tz 1? 4% •'* •fc y/i " it, '//' w '//, bt k'l 1 ii * !>« ". tiJ 12 — Postscript tahbr.) 14— Sa-vory 17— Foundling 2» — Tot-ins "3 — Faroe Inlands whirlwind 24— Note of M-nla ::.— Pintail duck rcuhstitut* r.fl— Uiinish' Island ;i;i— Hark Doth .'15 — Separation 37— Oirl's nickname 3S— 'J'hrco-hiinded nriradill" "tomorrow 1 * persons 43—Hnv buck 4C — Svnibol for vttrium -IS— Rent GS— Unruly crowd f,fl — Girl's nam* 6^ — rrlntcr's measure 64— A Btato (abbr.) earlier. The ],031 deaths represented a gain of only 18 in a week, compared with 33 who died in a corresponding week a year ago. In the last two weeks. 32 deaths were recorded cjmpared with GG for the same period in 195G. Figures showed that the provisional total for November was 85 far below the 129 total for November, 195G. r 'v / Wt ^o, hA ^ *V.. A The Gift he'// never forget... 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