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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 6

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Logonsporf PhorofrTribune 5 Thurs. Evening, Mar. 25, '48 U.S. Rapidly Burning Up Its Oil Resources By Manrcen GothlJn Army Will Parade DMT Experimental Battalion April 6 INDIANAPOLIS, March 23 — ] } (UP)—Indiana Adj. Gen. Howard , a- H - taken out of the ground at least through 1950. And to accomplish this, It added, It will have to have about one-i sixth of the country's finished] y 'er" n ~ c Kallai of Monticello and steal output tor the next 18 months. re ( re ghments were served. In order to expand drilling, pro- — • ..._.. —... .-- duclnjf, transportation, distribution and storage. These estimates were disclosed In a. 100-page survey prepared by; LJ-eoJfal KJ/^f/sc the national petroleum council; nOSpliai INUICi which represents major segments] Memorial of the Industry. The report was; Born to: Mr. and Mrs. Max made under the Republican antl- Browning, route 1, Camden, a Trieste And Milan Become Danger Areas Allied Troops and Civil Police Alerted for Trouble; Rioting Continues in Milan. Milan and Trieste emerged today as" twin crisis points o£ the'boiling Italian political struggle. Allied troops ware alerted In Trieste against possible Yugoslav moves across the Trieste frontier ,eipm E wim «i| - - unlt . ian( i -,000 civil police were ordered their own clubs at. the present] The four ' companleE ot n to 19-j to action stations to avert pos- C busine r ss meetingMear-olcls will march with some ] s , ble vlolence b y Communists ... . , lonnnWOTr. mernhflrsaml War vet- jjy .uaiirueii vjuiun _ . _ n,,,».i, (n ^nnnpri- 1 •«•• Maxwell -ssld today that 650 United Press Staff Correspondent; County Farm Bureau in coopera ( forceB WASHINGTON, March, 25 _ tion with the county extension de-j troop^ f.o^^ ^^ ^_ tU.P)-011 men said today that at! pa ^ n ^ pliergon> Llberty town-ling experimental unit at Ft. Knox, the rate this country is burning; shfp Junlor i ea der,, favored theJKy., would make their first public up petroleum It had better find! group with a vocal selection, '• ~ ...... The young people were divided appearance as a complete battal- To prevent serious «""«"«-.; carrlc - f f on - a discussion on the April 6. the petroleum Industry said, near-| toplc oi » KeU i ng along together In ly two barrels of oil reserves, our 4-H clubs". Activities which | must be found for every barrel the junior leaders should bej in an army day parade here Maxwell said the carryln* °n and helping In, troops' ap- by Brig. Commander 0. B. Haugh Dies At Home in Peru WcreaZTd'bT £-l*,000 *<>TC members and war vet retr •'• in a parade to be reviewed jj Gen. George J. Rich- '£r»«?^ « held on!^' S. Army controller, ac- April 6th at the Brooks ton school! cording to Maxwell, building at 7:30 o'clock. inflation act which permits industry-wide voluntary action to overcome shortages of critical ducts. daughter. Admissions: Freeman AumiHsiuiiB: -cj't'eumu Bauni, I pro-) Monticello; Mrs. Mary Crum-j | packer, route 5, Logansport; Mrs. J 1CLH. - jj«*v,iv« 4 i * «-»w tw »• i «v»e *•*••*" i* w • - ' As a point of departure, the sur-i Lora Hughes, 418Vj Fourth street; vey used Interior department ea-\ Mrs. Mary Msok, route 1, Flora, tlmates that last year's record] Dismissals: Mrs. Ada Knight, dally consumption ot 5,900,000! S12 South Clcott street; Mrs. Mary harrelg will soar to 5.250,000 in; Klcsllng, 285 West Linden avenue; 1948, to 6,050,000 In 1049, and to! Mrs. Eiither Dlllman, route 1, GSOOOOO In 1950. 1 Flora; Mrs. Helen Coleman, route 'The coun* .said "substanti- i 1, Bunker Hill; Mrs. Helen Yea- ally all" of tne oil Industry's rp-j fter. rural route, Camden Mrs serve productive capacity has been] Alleen Zook, route 1. Frankfort absorbed because drilling activity Joe Thomas, Camden; Arthur wan "sharply curtailed'' during! Tleef Brlnghurst. the war for lack of equipment. I ^u Josepn f Richards will speak at an Army Day dinner. The unit represents all parts o' the country and includes many Indiana boys, Maxwell said. School Notes Sergeant Cloyd Robeson. city traffic officer, spoke at the Key Club meeting held Wednesday noon. He discussed means of cut- ^^^ ul ^ „ „ ,._„ _. ting down traffic accidents and ] 1]y "j nY ited" to Moscow to speed still speeding up traffic. Thsmeth- conclugjon ot Finnish-Russian de- ods used to determine the time of I - . .;..i — day and locations of accidents c , . The northern industrial center o£ Milan, a Communist stronghold, was torn by violence and disorder for the fourth successive day. Striking leftist printers seized and burned foreign newspapers after a night in which Americans in the city were threatened by mobs. With the spotlight still strongly focused on Italy new moves in the East-West war of nerves were in the mating at both Washington and Moscow. Developments included: Moscow—Ailing Premier Mauno Pekkala of Finland wa« sumroar- PERU, Ind., March 25— 0. B.: Hough, 73, of 3SO West Sixth j street, retired C. and 0. railway! brakeman, died suddenly at his; home Wednesday. j Survivors include the widow and; four children: Miss Ora Hough, of j Boston, Mass.; Mrs. Emma Ander-j son, of Newport, Ky.; Paul B. | Hough, of Norwood, 0., and Ver-j non Hough, of Peru. Surviving also j I are two stepsons, Seth Greek, of \ ' Peru, and Harry Greek, of Cin-j cinnati, together with a brother j , and sister: William Hough, of; I Muncie, and Mrs. Louise Briukley, ] i of Fountain City. I ! Born at Fountain City, Indiana,. I in 1874, the deceased was a son of' Thomas and Jennie Hough. He was | married in 1896 to Sally Buhl, whoj died in'1938. Two years later he | married Nellie Greek, who sur- j vives as the widow. The deceased, who had lived- in | Peru since 1934, -was a member of j the Friends church at Fountain' City, the Masonic Lodge and the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p. m, Saturday at the Elkeuberry funeral home. Rev. Everett P. Quinton in charge. In- j terment will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p. m. Thursday. were also- explained. , lense pact negotiations. Washington—New American foreign policy revel-sals along tile "niivsi,-« ,-\i** ' l |n es of abandonment of Palestine P -- 3 - - ^. & I partition and the offer of Trieste I to Italy were forecast, possibly In JTJRT BOX HOUGH OX >'YLO>S i DAVENPORT. la,—(UP)—The ! Scott County board of supervisors I is wondering whether to install j special seats for women jurors. I I Two women on recent jury panels j i protested they had torn their ny- j Ions on the rough edges of chairs i in the jury box. The women have j threatened to file a claim against the county. ; , it added, there ft "need toj Born to: Mr. and Mrs. Joe S class then studied the results ot o das, period Wednesday. The ct with anexpecte d three power foreign conference of the United States, France and Britain In Washington next month. fnr- *«r>Vi "httrrol nrnrlilpod I 1^' nvrtUL oLicct., .u. uu."t,»ivwi , ..... i .nut,? i> iiouci ,.".i.~*. ~.. ••— A ino^e ^ ELS UUUelv»a> ,uch um« a the demand and Mrs. Charles Loe Murray, 4« of Sinclair Lewis; Paul Goorizis tail American exports to Russia fnr ,ru,l« continues to increa^a-! Washington street, a daughter;! ?live a review of "Arrowsmilh" by which in January were running at for crude continues to increase a^, ._..,„, m w.,,,,,1 ens ivii-i ? _...i-. -_j t.«v c,«(,,\, a ™ar ™ V n „_ ,.ii~i..tK. r,,«i. 0 n,on T-imhc nf Mlnnick, route 3, Logansport, a j the testa. O n re .i son; Mr. and Mrs. August Gleitz,| -—— ------ • street, & daughter; Mr.i Mary Wilson talked on the lite *«w ,n.n r l« /»nr»Tiiioft fn nprpjmft .«I - ,, tt has in tb ?wt and a ".for'! Mr. and Mrs. Glen FI.sol, 605 Wll- lt ln aSta " fl and Jack an empathy entitled "The Sucls- . . or slightly more than . . . cent of U. S. shipments cas for 'he future" kin«on street, a son. an empathy entitled "Tho Suds- OBB per Thninriaqtrv'q ability to urovlde Admissions: Mrs. Lena Streck- Hawker" at the recent meeting of abroad. • fr?ri»m ^rnf P oil nroduct ve ! or. 2229 North street; Frank Dock- the L1 terarv club in room 223. | Berlln-A showdown sufficient cruuo ou prouun-ivBi v • ,__^ T ,, , _ L ^. >t TJ^I.. . _. •.,, , _ t,i__.. ~e \ . , IEGION CABTOOJUST DIKS INDIANAPOLIS, March 2u — (UP)— American Legion national headquarters said today that A. I A. Wallgren. cartoonist for the I Legion's national magazine for 30 HlRrl yesterday a t his home mi. Pa. '•sufficient capacity to .. Klven time depends primarily" on; the volume of crude in developed! «<• - ».l H, S h street; Mra. Rob; Kreuzb C r K er. 100, High street *«* the volume ot crue n eveope - nrnrlr Wet underground reserves, the survey * re. : Carl Morock 91. , V es said. The more than 21,000,000 barrels of current underground reserves arc "the highest In history." But to keop pace with developing da- - ,..-,.__„ I. the council said, 37.ROO now street; J, rs. > jrvanel IJinntl, :J1O CUUUCU imm, oi,.n'u t.w ^ i • wells should be drilled in ID-IS and; ^ *s ^ ilst Miami avenue; Rudy Baldini, 1331 Erie avenue. Dismissals: Harvey Gotshall. route 2, Galveston: Mrs. Paul Hormel and daughter, 400 High inell Mitchell, street; Eddie 38,200 in 1949. Monticello Thero will be a meeting for the I Trent, route 1, Camden; George ' Baum. Flora; Mrs. John Turner, 219 Court street; Mrs. Charles Steckel. 924 Seventeenth street; Mrs. Esther Downham, route J, Mrs. Etta Felix, enrollment of Cass Township 4-H Logansport; club boys at tho Headlee church; Flora. on Saiurdny afternoon, March 27th i • at 3:30 o'clock. All boys from 10) L.317105 to 20 years ot age of Cass town- r^RT'S DELUXE ship are invited to attend. j ^ HIUBSRT S DELUXE An organization meeting of the! '104 E. MKt. Jackson township boys' <!-H clubj — was held Tuesday afternoon atj Buniettsvllle with the adult lend-! or, the Jlov. Raymond Skelton and County Agent W, J. Emerson. There was much interest shown and the following officers were elected: president. Harold Kelft; vice-president. Keith Young; secretary-treasurer, Eva Gorman; new* reporter. Eva Gorman; health and safety leader, David Skclton: recreational leader, Madonna Skelton. Harold 'Reltf is »lso a junior leader. , Those present Tuesday to enroll! iu the various agricultural projects! were: Melton Best, pig Club; Bruce BrechWel, forestry; Darral Eroughton, corn; Geneva Gorman, two dairy hoifers; Eva M. Gorman, two dairy heifers; Terry Holmes, garden; Larry McLelland, potato; Harold Reiff, dairy heifer; Dick Roller, potato; David Skelton, potato; Madonna Skelton, garden; Rex Snyder, rabbit; Keith Young, p!g; Tom Bonding, garden; Robert Bugle, garden; Jerry Powell, rabbit; Bill Adams, dairy heifer. Memabera of the Odd Fellow and Rebekah lodges held a cooperative supper and get-together at their hall with mcmbera' of the VFW basketball team as special guests. Committees In charge -were Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Perrlgo, Mr. and Mrs, Charles Fulford and Mr. and Mrs- Robert Wright. Mrs. Dave Sangstcr has returned home from tho St. Joseph hos- plul At Logansport where she had uubmUted to an appendectomy. Tho state Aljebra tost was given last -week to all freshmen in the Algebra class. Alice Jay and Helen Stevenson will represent the school in the local contest which includes Rensst-laer. Del»| phi. Monticello and many other' schools ,tn this urea. ! Pre-Easter services are being i held at tho Pika Creek church: Irom Wednesday evening through; Sunday night whe nthere will b«l an Easter pageant j Fifty-one Junior 4-H club lead-: ers of the county attended s meet-' ing of that group held Tuesdayj evening In the Library auditorium.: Miss Mary Ann Dlesslln. home &e~> monstration agent, and throe ftdult ( leaders, also met with the junior! worker*. .' [ Mixer g»m«» led by Gordon! Heodrys ot Brookston opened the evening's program. Patricia Mahia of Cbslmers led group singing) accompanied on the piano by Bea-| trice Whitaker. Don Kremer, or-' sanitation president, was . in charge and at the business session the J.9'4S program of meetings •was approved and the programs distributed. All 4-H-club member* -who had I completed; their 1347 projects andj record books were awarded pins presented ; fcy -Mist Dletslln. First year member* received silver jun-l ior leadership pins and the second,! third, fourth and fifth year re-j reived numeral awards. Pins are] awarded «ach year by the White! was ei- ted shortly on the four-power the Literary club in room 223 Art Vnn Allen, vice-president of , l;Bt . Leu auuiuj uu me i^/Mi-i/u,. v. the club, presided at the meeting | stalemate caused by Soviet boy- and Joyce Landls was program ] co tt 0 £ the allied control council, chairman and introduced Hie three speakers. The debate held at the regular meeting of the Speech Club was "Universal Military Training" with Don Zimmerman and Francis Sohafer on the negative and Kennoy Shepherd and Pete Sullivan on the affirmative. Mr. Robert 0'- Brian, teacher sponsor, served as moderator. Following the debate, Kenny Shepherd gave a short talk on the high school track program, explaining that interest in that sport has increased as "5 boys reported for practice this year compared Palestine—The Uniteti States was preparing to make a formal request at Lake Success for a special General Assembly meeting of the United Nations to reverse the Palestine partition decision. In Jerusalem Jews announced they will establish an independent Jewish state May IS. the day after the British withdraw. In civil Btrlfe 24 more Arabs were reported killed. Colored Easter Eggs & Bake Sale Sat., March 27, Closson's Drug Store. Amaranth Court No- -t ASPIRIN AT ITS BEST Why Pay More —or accept less than the name "St. Jo- icph" guarantees, first with millions, the world's largest leller at lOc. A»k for ELKS COJiYEJTHOJf JULY 4 NEW YORK, March 25—(UP) — The Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks said today it'would j hold its S4th annual convention in j " ASPIRll Philadelphia from July 4 to 8. 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