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Tuesday Evening, May 21, 1957. Cosmic Radiation Seen As Menace to Mankind . WASHINGTON (UP)—If fallout doesn't get you maybe fall-in will. This possibility was hinted in scientific testimony, released today, before a House Appropriations subcommittee. Fallout is man-made radioactivity that descends from the atmosphere after atomic weapons tests.! Fall-in is cosmic radiation thatj pours into the atmosphere from tiie sun and outer space. Enough of either Kind can damage living things and their descendants. The scientific witnesses were testifying about the International Geophysical Year (IGY), a 500- million-dollar undertaking by some 70 nations to amass new information about the earth. Dr. Lloyd V. Berkner, one of the U.S. scientists prominently involved in IGY, mentioned fall- in—though he called it "fallout in reverse"—in a discussion of solar explosions. Labor Chiefs Launch Their Housecleaning Formulate "Guarantee Democratic Procedures" in Unions to Protect Against Corruption WASHINGTON (UP)—AFL-CIO leaders today appeared.ready to lay down new rules to safeguard union funds against the abuses charged up against Teamster President Dave Beck; The leaders also considered rules to "guarantee democratic procedures" in unions to protect them against corrupt officers. The sun manufactures energy in | The AFL-CIO's 25-member Ex- much the same way the H-bomb does. The process is nuclear fusion. Although the sun is a comparatively stable star, sometimes it mis behaves. LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY — Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune SevMi eculiye Council turned to the rules and other- anti - corruption j projects after tossing out Beck as i an AFL-CIO vice president Moni day. Deaths and Funerals STUART Funeral services for Mrs. Pauline Stuart. 75, were conducted Tuesday morning at the St. Joseph ichurch with the Kroeger mortu- | ary in charge. Burial was made iin lit. Calvary cemetery. JORDAN Funeral services for Hugh Jordan. 38, were conducted Tuesday afternoon at the Fisher chapel. Burial was made in Mt. Hope cemetery. On Feb. 23 1956, there occurred, A t jtom Qn ^ „. a so-called solar Hare which Berk-,. ted agen(la ner said "was the largest that V/e; „„„„„„,. ,!„„„ ner said "was the largest have observed in modern limes." When solar eruptions happen, the sun ejects vast swarms of subatomic particles which engulf any thing in their path. suspend three small i.iternational unions accuse_d — like the giant Teamsters Union — of domination ' 'by corrupt influences. The three unioas—the Laundry magnetic i Workers, Distillery Workers and dends this totonSri-i Allied Industrial Workers - were tied particles toward the poles, relatively few particles get through to the surface at the equator. To do so they have to be extra powerful. But the flare of February, -95f>, was "so large." Berkner said, "that the cosmic rays from the zun were apparent even at the involved in abuses uncovered equator. "I might add," he said, "that the intensity of cosmic radiation as a result of that eruption was so high that, if maintained over a long period of time it might have an effect on bio'lORy on the earth. This was a very interesting observation. There are scientific •easons for believing that penetrating radiations fi'om space cause germ cell changes — affecting subsequent generations — and contribute to leukemia and bone cancer among the inhabitants of earth. Rays from the flare of February, K'5(i, were extremely penetrating. Dr. Joseph Kaplan, chairman of the U.S. national committee for the IGV, said they were ejected] "at energies of about 30 billion electron volts." welfare by a Senate ,W/95r t_/ •<rj KEEVER Final rites for Floyd D. Keever, 02, 709 Wilkinson, will be conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday at tha Chase-Miller chapel under the auspices of the Tipton Masonic lodga and the Rev. J. J. Saalwaechter officiating. Burial will be made in Mt. Hope cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel. . . &Jii» committee in 1954-55. The three unions with their lotal 170,000- worker membership were warned lasl February to Ihrow out officers involved in the abuses or face ouster from the AFL-CIO. The council's action against Beck v/as just one of a series of developments bhat made life look grim for the chubby labor boss: —The AFL-CIO action was expected to give a push to reported efforts by Teamster leaders to shove Beck out o( the Teamster; presidency. —Chairman John L. McClellan of the Senate Kackel.-* Commitlee said he believes Beck "has corn- milled many criminal offenses." McClellan's committee still has Beck under subpena. —Superior .J'udge Lloyd W. Shorett told a grand jury at Seattle, Wash.; that il is up to il to ascertain whether Beck "borrowed-or stole" more than $300,000 in union funds. BISII Final riles for Forest G. Bisli, 73, 1425 High, will be conducted, at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Fisher chapel with the Rev. Kenneth Brady officiating. Burial will be made in the Musselman cemetery in Carroll county. Friends may call at the chapel. I Bock is scheduled to appear I before a federal grand jury June 4 al Tacoma, Wash., on u charge That dwarfs any nuclear cner- «f income tax evasion, gies ever triggered by man. Outboard Operators Told to Be Careful CHICAGO — More persons ore grasping the throllles of oulboard Chancellor Adenauer To Arrive Next Week WASHINGTON (UP) — German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer is Benson Opens Purdue Meet LAFAYETTE (UP) — Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Tad Benson opened a lo-.day conference of the Inlerna-tional Federalion of .Agricultural Producers at Purdue Uni- versily Monday with a plea for world co-operation to solve agricultural problems. About 200 delegal.es from 35 countries heard Benson say he sees Ihe move "iow-u-rd a common markel" among European nations as "adding much to Ihe economic strength of the European community." "The co-opcrolivc way in agri- cullure. Is no longer on trial," Benson said. Benson said the Uniled Stales will, nol engage in "any cul-lhroat race" for markets abroad even though il will push Us farm export program. "The Untied Stales will compete fairly in Ihe world markel," he I said. Benson said il was a "shocking indlclmenl of men's inlcilignnce" April Home Building Is Below March According to Ihe Business Review, monthly bulletin of. the Indiana University Bureau of Business Research, residential building permits issued in Logansport during April dropped (><!.<! percent from March, HS .percent from April, 1950, and 0. percent for the past 12-monlhs compared to the previous 12 months. All other building permits increased 10.2 percenL over the previous month, hut decreased DM percent from April a year ago and 41.1 percent for Ihe n month period. New claims for unemployment Insurance totaled 452, an increase of 88. percent from March and of 20.15 percent for 'the past 12 months, bui. a drop ot 15.2 .percent from April, 11)50. Women Voters Open Stqte Convention INDIANAPOLIS .(UP) — Abou-t 150 de-legates from 32 Hoosier cities were scheduled to begirt a tw-o-day biennial stale convention oi the League OH Wo-men Voters here today. Primary business of the convention was to elect officers, discuss matters, of stale-wide interest to the league 'and to adopt- a program of action for. the coming two years. A dinner meeting tonight will spotlight local leagues from Fort Wayne, Peru, Tcrrc Haute and Browusburg. Mrs. Orville Foreman, Jacksonville, IU., former -TV"-' league's national board of directors, will Wednesday. Says Nursing Homes Most Unsafe Places On Basis of Record LOS ANGELES (UP) - A firel nwrsir,? home fires in recent years safety expert said today nursing make nursing homes safe for old people. He said not jr.e of the three status has had a nursing home fire disaster. Included in Bnbcock's list of homes rank as the most unsafe places to live in tile United Stales on the basis of their record of "slaughter by fire." "During Ihe past 10 years. 283 lives have been lost in the 15 most notable nursing home fires," Chester I. Baboock told the <>lst annual convention of the National Fire "Protection Assn. Bnbcock, manager of the NFPA fire record department, said state and local regulations are providing increasing safety to persons in hospitals, mental institutions and and the death tolls were Amnrillo, Tex., 10; Billing. 1 ;, Mont,, 0; Puxico, Mo., 10; Garfk'hl Heights, Ohio, 14; Hillsboro, Mo., 20; Largo, Fla., 32; Hoquiam, Wash., 21; Council Bluffs, Iowa, Warrenton, Mo., 72. 15; and COOI'EH Final riles for Dr. Thomas L. Cooper, 74, 2104 North, will bo conducted at 7:1)0 p.m. Wednesday at the Chase-Miller chapel with the Rev. M. L. Robinson officiating. The body will be taken to Coraopolis, Pa., for burial. Friends may call at the chapel where the While Shrine will conduct rites at 7 p.m. Tuesday followed by Elks services lit 7:30 p.m. Dozes at Car Wheel; Wife Dies in Crash CLINTON. Mrs. motorboats each year, arid fatiill-lthnt some of President Elsenhow- tics in tbix field are rising stead- er's "magic" will rub off on him lly, largely due to operator carelessness, according to the National Safety Council. Commander Robert f. Barber. U. S. Coast Guard, said thai "fa- talitlra from outboard molorhioat accidents ranged from 'M in 11)52 to 100 in l!)5(i," showing a steady Increase each year. He called the increase of 31) per cent in such deaths in J9SB over 11)55 "a matter of grave concern." Most of the casualties, Barber arldwl, MU caused by ignorance, foolish or careless operation, or reddens disregard of the simplest rules of seamanship and common sense. "They Just never should have happened, and therefore Ihe casually rale IK far too. hljih every year for the degree of hazard normally involved," lie concluded. Rossellini Brands Romance Nonsense BOMBAY, India UJI'i — Movie coming here next week In the hope Uiat millions of persons still K<> to ~" ' bed hungry each nighl In parts of tl:e world. Benson siiid restrictions on amounts of imports in the "mosl in the coming West German election. JOver since Adenauer won an absolute majority in Ihe 11)53 elections after u public endorsement from Secretary of State formidable trade barrier" and | said such restrictions are a more serious problem than tariffs. ,, , „ ,, - Highlight of the first meeling of I'o.sler Dulles, German politicians l)l( , IFM , WUH a t,,|e K nim from jSons of Newspapermen Get Posts at DePauw GRKENCASTLE (UP) - Three sons of newspapermen have been appointed to the top posl'inns on Del-'uuw University's student newspaper, The Dol'auw. Kdilor-ln-chlef Is Itcwl Seism, WOMAN, CYCLIST DIES MARION (UP)—Mrs. .Virginia lisey, 20, M.arlon, died-Sunday of njurles suffered a week eurjiur when -u motorcycle on wl' 1 "' 1 u 'ic rode with her husband, Charles, 21, collided with an aul.omuu.ie. I for' taking (he proper steps to have been convinced Uiat talks President K i s e n h o w c r which distribution of with F.i.wnhower and a speech-1 sLres , 1( .<| Ult , w oYiei-wiilo need for making swing through the United | |, m)rov i nM dj c t and Stales were good fur the voters f(M)I | back in the Khinclaml. The Chancellor faces a tough fil'M this year wilili the Social Dcnwrals for control of the Herman parliament in Ihe Sept. 15 elections, lie will be trying to gel as much political mileage as he can from his Washington talks. Adenauer Confers With NATO Leader IIONN, Germany, (til'i — Gen. Laurls M. Norsl.ad, NATO supreme commander, mol today with Chancellor Konrad Adiinauer for urgent, talks on West. Gerrniiriy'.s role In the: Western atomic: defense plans. director Hoberlo Kosselllnl mid a'- Nor.siml flow In from his Purls ii(!iiili|iiarlers for the meeting with Adenauer on Ihe eve of the chancellor's departure for Washington nnd lalk.s w!l,h President LCIscn- liower and Secretary of Slate John Foster Dulles, A Went German government .spokesman said Hie meeting WHS held at Norslud's urRenl request. I Details of the conversations were kepi secrel. 27-year-old Indian beauty termed as "absolute nonsense" and "humbug" reports they were In love and planned to nel married, Ilossellini brushed off as "nonsense" reports published In New York thai he would divorce actress Ingrid Bergman ;ind rmirry Mrs, Sonull Das-Gupta. » I'uir, slim native of We»t Bengal. Mrs. Dus-GiipUi .said the reports were "liumbuc." HMKelllnt told the United I'CVHH by telephone: "This Is simply nnd utlcrly Invention on someone's part. I know Mrs. Dan (>U|>la. She's workinx on my film. Bui that's all there is U> U." KAU.S ON HEAD LA^AVKITIC (UP) — Mlcli.'iel Sherry, 10, Lafnyctle, :i Purdue University frcHlnnnn, fell head firHl from u slopladdi'r and landed on a concrete wulk. Sherry wim whose father Dan is 'sports editor of the Kvaiwvlllc Courier. Business manager Is Howard Grecnlee Jr., whose father Howard Sr. \H genera! manager of the VlncennoF Sun-Commercial. Managing editor is Illcliiirc! Ilaekenbcrg, whose I',-,I her llMinrd Is spoils editor of the Chicago Hun-Times. NKWTON .SIIKIIIKK WKS KKNTLAND (UP) — W. Leslie Slrole, (12, Newton County sheriff flierl of a heart n.llaok Sunday In taken to a hospital hut doctors his office ul !hu county jail. Slnil fluid Ihere wasn't u lh.lng wrong i was elected In 11)51 after servin).; wllh him. i six years us u deputy sheriff. «ANI) CAMP, JULY 7-13 I.AKAYKTTF, (UP) — Approximately liU) hlyh school students are expi.'uUxl to attend the Ihlrd annual Mid-West Hand and Twirling Camp on Hie Purdue Unlvor- sily ciunpus July 7-13. BECAUSE OF RAIN Our Evergreens Surplus Stock Sale * Will Bo Continued Thru Next Sunday, May 26th Open Noon Until 6 P.M. Tuesday Thru Friday Open Sat. S, Sun. 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. W»'r» »orry that you mado a trip In vain ai i! woi 1m- poulblo to wait on you because of the rain. AMERICAN LANDSCAPE CO., Inc. Eeut City HmlU U. S. 24, Poru, Ind. Phon» Grldlay 3-4360 BUILD? CUCKLER BUILDINGS PROVIDE SPACE AT COST! For your Turin or your buni- nitiHi, you #mn v;ilnfib]i'> JOX- #pnc<! with Cluokl«r Spun HulldlnitH. Nol. « p»Hl III niKht! \'.w\y to «i*<3Ct. Attr/u:liv» in iipponr- *ncv. Stronjf, woul-liorprooC connlruction. Avnilnblo in widtiiii <,; :)2', 44', r>o; oo? nnd mullipluH. Any loiixU). (JliooHn your. nicllnK find roo/lnK rlKliL from our Hloc'k. Hi»> ff>r yrmrndlfl Cull or «lo|> ii» TODAY. Il Payi to Plan with your Slf.f.l Span Mnn Boforo you buy any building, polo or othorwlao, lot us give you a Froo Estlmato on thoao Cuckler Stool-Span Buildings. You will bo proud to own one of thono buildings, W» hav* on* of thois buildings being •coded in Rochastar Wo Can Save You $ $ $ $ $ $ Pansier Lumber Co. "On* Stop Builders Service" Rochostor, Ind. Phon. CA 3-2151 "However, nursing, homes In I most sections of the country have serious Mary II. Williams, Ml, Gary, was killed loday when her Inisbam! up- parenlly went to sk-ep nt the wheel of Ills automobile on U.S. -11 neiir Lyl'ord. Tin- liiislMiiul, Mnjw, 5», was in l)cen allowed to thrive nnd multiply without adequate firo safety regulation," Habcocit said "Mnny of the homes liuve developed ulnrminK life hnznrd condllions." The siifety expert praised Georgia/ CiiMf-ornlii nnd Lexington, Ky., condilioii In Vermillion Iliispilnl _nl (Clinton: State police said Wi'.linms np- - • ' ,. pui-cnlly 1-1 I • ' I wlnlc di,v,n B at Teamsters Strike At Missile Project COCOA, Fla. (UP)—A Team- slers Union strike threatened to halt conslruclion work loday at the nation's hiK.nesI guided missilu center where the earth salellito will b u launched. Approximately 500 members of the union walked off their jobs and picket line.s were thrown up al Iho main galrs of Huge Patrick Air Force Base. Air Force officials oniphasiwd Hie walkout would not immediately interfere with Ihe U'slinK of tup secret Kiiicloil missiles al tho base. They would make no further comment. J.W. IHighos, p r e s i (I e n ( and" manager of Teamsters Local 711, .sniil the strike was calloil after contractors a! Uii' base refused to Hive recognition to Ihe union. Ilo said the Teamsters Union was Iho ( ,, mB ,, rs ll( was m "Hi speed, "ho cm- went oil he M , hlBhway nnd Hit n »li,,np. llu- • installation. automobile c a u K 11 t. lire and burned. Mrs. Williams was killed oiil.riKlil. 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