Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 10, 1977 · Page 16
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 16

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, October 10, 1977
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U^ 1>ie Pharo*- Tribune, Logansport. Ind 30s Seen All Week In Indiana By United Press international Temperatures plunged to near-freezing levels in Indiana early today and similar readings were predicted lor later in the week. It was 34 at Lafayette, just two degrees above freezing, while the overnight low at Terre Haute was 36 and Indianapolis and Fort Wayne recorded 37s. Increasing cloudiness was the forecast for today, with showers possible toward evening. Simitar conditions will prevail Tuesday. The extended outlook, for the Wednesday-Friday period, called for dry but cool. Lows Thursday and Friday may again skid into the 30s. Highs today will be in the GOs but only in the 50s Tuesday. None of the regular reporting stations registered a high exceeding 60 Sunday. Most stations had maximums in the low and mid-50s. Congress In Hannibal? WASHINGTON (UPI) - The current issue of Washingtonian magazine proposes evicting Congress and the Supreme Court from the nation's capital because "no city should have more than a single branch of government inflicted on it. It proposed moving the court to Los Angeles and Congress to Hannibal. Mo. "One branch of government is enough: no city should have more than a single banch of government inflicted on it." the magazine said. "The burden should be shared around the country'. Keep the presidency. Move the Supreme Court to Los Angeles - to work on their image. And ship Congress to Hannibal, Mo." Among the reasons for evicting Congress are that it would save energy. Washington would get a baseball franchise: Congress gives Washington a bad name, "You can't trust them with your daughters"; there would finally be enough cabs to go around: Congress has all the good parking places, and they don't pay their taxes. Now You Know Czar Peter the Great's subjects wore metal license tags attached to their whiskers to prove they had paid the tax on beards. Mytri Oreenhouit, Ml. 7S3-3W4 Insurance Scheme Rips Off Teamsters HARRIS CUSS CO. 753-S11S 80SIUMINGTON POltFOAMERS, INC. has ATTIC INSULATION •AMILIO'** MMOUSMIATBAU SANDWICHES SPAGHETTI DINNERS Till 9 P.M. DAIIY 431-51hS1. 7S3-358*' OPEN MOM. THRU THUIS. 7o.«i.l«MMil(«lit Ml. t SAT, 1 t.m. It 1 • D1J LIQUOR S04 North fh, 753-40501- *— «•• ^^ Ml* ^» ^B -^ ^~ •M " lENTIMSQtWC the professional do-it-yourself carpet cleaning ^ system prottuionil* 00. «f» (rid/on olthtcotl MMU.S.24I. LOOAHWOtT.IND. Oppose Concorde Opponents of the Concorde supersonic jet verbally and visually make their feelings known as they drive around Kennedy International Airport Sunday. The motorcade drew 200 cars less than was expected, and failed to have impact on operations. (UPI) WASHINGTON (.UPI)". Senate investigators today traced a multi-slate insurance •scheme in which a convicted insurance promoter reportedly diverted millions of dollars in premiums paid by laborers' and Teamsters'union members. The opening hearing by the Senate investigations subcommittee followed reports' by panel members who said the elaborate scheme was built on an endless chain of new union insurance premiums paying o(f existing claims with nothing in reserve. The subcommittee previously held hearings on how the Teamsters Central States pension fund made questionable business investments. The new round of hearings focused on the Central States health and welfare fund's purchase '.of insurance through companies controlled by Beverly Hills, Calif., insurance man Joseph Mauser. Committee investigators said more than 20,000 policy holders face loss of premiums anti coverage. The teamsters' fund canceled its $2.6 billion worth of coverage after three months and losses of almost $7 million in premiums, they said. Chairman* Henry Jackson, DWash.. said Sunday it appears "'" that Hauser, :'having run afoul of insurance authorities in one state, was able, nonetheless, to move into other parts of the country, take control of an insurance company, and then obtain millions of dollars of union trust fund insurance business by cultivating relationships with important union officials." Sen. Sam Nunn. D Ga.. said investigators documented more than $39 million in premiums paid to Mauser's companies, more than $11 million of which < was in "diversions and questionable, expenditures" between 1973 and 1976. After generating a huge cash flow, Nunn said, "Mauser then, used insurance agency agreements with other Hausercontrolled firms, conversions to cash, and a variety of devices to draw millions of these premium dollars out of. the insurance companies for his own purposes." Mauser was convicted earlier this year on federal charges of bribing union officials to gain' their business. - IN MEMORY Of William H, Turner who passed away Oct. 9, 1976. Gone but not forgotten. Sadly missed by Wife and Sister THE STOP LITE VF7 RESTAURANT _ X!K/- 2416 E. MARKET If}, GOOD FOOD! GOOD SERVICE! UREADED -^ONDAYS- SHRIMP AUYOU SALAD - FRENCH FRIES *" V 9" HOT ROLL CAN EAT ENTERTAINMENT BY: THE YELVETONES NATIONALLY KNOWN—BACK TOGETHER AGAIN FIRST TIME IN 5 YEARS 3 iJ 95 Learn the facts about home insulation. 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