Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 27, 1957 · Page 40
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 40

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, June 27, 1957
Page 40
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Sixteen Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-TWbune DEMOCRACY IN ACTION Church Women Solve Community Problems NEW YORK (UP)—Let 10 mil- \ Clinton, Tenn., recently, the Unit- lion women get riled about something and there usually is plenty of action. The result, in this case, is a unique project operating without fanfare in small and large towns ed Church Women has pioneered a workshop p'rogram tailed "How To Deal With Controversy." , Here is how the plan works. Three members of a- national team join with local citizens, everyone from a city councilman to presi- alike. Its purpose: To ease the dent of the YWCA, for a two-day tention between groups rubbing Try To Solve Problems The national representatives include some prominent -person who volunteers his or her time, a staff member of UCW, and a denominational staff member. The whole idea, said Mrs. Wil- each other the wrong way It may be friction created by integration of the Negro in schools, by migrant workers, by in influx of Puerto Ricans into an area. To keep such tension from coming to what a spokesn.an called the "boiling point," as it did iniliam Murdoch Macleod, UCW di- rector, is to taUc about a community problem and attempt to solve it. To date, 24 workshops have been held across the country. The workshops are financed by a grant from the Fund for the Republic, with the UCW providing the staff help. Mrs. Macleod, a native of South Carolina-and director of UCW for nine years, said that in one instance Negroes participated in a workshop in a city where one public official had declared no Negro, lived and none ever would. Inter-Racial Group Meets In Milford, Del., an inter-racial group sat down to discuss the best methods of integration. In Fresno, Calif., she said, a retired Presbyterian minister, a Baptist minister of Chinese ancestry and a Methodist minister of Japanese ancestry met with city housing officials to discuss slum clearance and housing for minority group. "We're not what you'd call a bunch of do-gooders," said Mrs. Macl-eod, whose UCW group is part-of the National Council of Churches and represents 10 million women. "That pious term isn^f enough. What we're trying to do is change the climate in. -given areas so there are equal rights for all. WATCH FARM IMPLEMENTS INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—Hoosier •motorists were warned today to watch for farm implements moving slowly along highways. State Police Supt. Harold ZeLs said thousands of farmers are trying bo catch up on farm work delayed by heavy rains. Many must use highways to reach their fields. Zeis said "the combination of fast cars, trucks and buses and slow farm machines is a dangerous one." Keep Watch For Oriental Flu Outbreak Public Health Service Determined to . Prevent Outbreak' of Disease in This Country WASHINGTON (UP) — The U.S. Public Health Service, still jittery from the polio vaccine row, is speeding preparation for a possible Oriental, flu epidemic, officials said today.' ) . Public health spokesmen saidj that as yet there is ho way pf' knowing whether the mysterious new flu virus, which has afflicted millions in Asia, will cause a major epidemic in this country. Thus far, they said, there, have been three known outbreaks In this country—at naval stations at Norfolk, Va., Newport, -R.I., and-San Diego, Calif., none of which have thus far spread to surrounding communities. They said it will be another week or more before it is known whether the outbreaks- have been confined to the naval bases. They said' they are watching closely, an "acute respiratory infection" reported Tuesday to have sickened more than 100 high school girls at a Girls State mock government session at Davis, -Calif. A local physician thought it was Oriental flu but public health officials here said only .laboratory tests of the virus could -determine this. Public Health Service officials said it may take 4 to G weeks of additional observation before U.S. experts can tell the prospects of a serious epidemic here. They said it may be next fall or winter before such an epidemic occurs, if it does. But U.S. health officials are pre- Thursday Evening. June 27, 193T. paring for a possible flu epidemic on several fronts: 1. A survey is now under way oi all available medical manpower, chiefly doctors and nurses, to be prepared for any emergency. 2. The Public Health Service is rushing completion of tests of a vaccine designed to combat the new virus. 3. A close watch is being kept on progress of the epidemic here and throughout the world. FATHER PFAU DIES EVANSV1LLE (UP) - Services will be held Friday for Hie Rev. Jerome A, Pfau, 57, former pastor of Little Flower Catholic Church Indianapolis, who died at Stevens Point, Wis., Tuesday, father Pfau formerly [aught at St. Mary-of-the-Woods College al Terxe Haute. Head the Classified Ads Boy Hunting Birds Slays His Sister NEWTON, N.J. (UP)—A 16-year- old boy accidentally killed his teenagcd sister Wednesday with a. bullet that was melint for a bird. Kathleen Ann Pederscn, 15, died instantly when she was struck in the forehead by a .22 caliber bullet fired by her brother Tenvance. Kathleen had accompanied Tor- ranee and a friend, David Atcn, 16, when they set out into the woods in nearby Sli'.lwater Township in search of game. The girl walked ahead enjoying the scenery while the boys darted in and out of the woods bordering on a rural road. Kathleen was about JOO yards in front of the boy.s around a slight bend in the road when Tcrrance fired at a bird and struck his 3<s- ler. EVERYTHING UNDER THE SUM FOR COME SEE . . . YOU'LLMAVE AT AAP! "SUPER-RIGHT 10 TO 16-LB. AVG. Fully Cooked HAMS SHANK PORTION 39< POUND BUTT PORTION BUTT HALF . WHOLE OR SHANK HALF FISH AND SEA FOOD! Fish Sticks B RBAMM> ui-oz. M.. . . • , - PKO. **» 3 -LB. | Qfi Whiting DREWED ..,,.. U). I HADDOCK W-OZ. OR PERCH . . . . . PKG. I Be NEW SEMI-BONELESS Fully Cooked HAMS ALL SKIN REMOViQ AITCH (OR PELVIC) BONE REMOVED SHANK CUT Off HtlU/ FAT REMOVED (EXCEPT J^I By Removing 26% of the Ham in Bone and Fat You Now Have the New, Semi-Boneless "Super Right" Ham! ONLY THIS BONE REMAINS. WHOLE or EITHER* HALF Bf eliminating Hie waste, a 10 b I24.b. Ham become* a 716 te 9' Lh. POUND FANCY, 1957 CROP 8 TO 12 LBS.—OVEN READY Turkeys 47c TRADITIONAL PARTNER WITH TURKEY OR CHICKEN CRANBERRY SAUCE Ocean Spray 21c Winnnrc "SUPEK-RIGHT--SKINLKSS 9 -LB. 07. manor* ALL MEAT * PKG. *»'» 6 LBS. NET 5.19 PKG. 3 -LB. I 5 CAN Il4 Canned Hams Boiled Ham «SUPER-RIQHT" Luncheon Meat SI , ICED . FRESH CHICKEN PARTS Legs and Thighs „. Backs and Hecks „ I6« Breasts . . M 79c Wings. . LB 26« COOK-OUT FEATURE CORNISH GAME HENS FULLY CLEANED 22-OZ. 79c ORANGE JUICE- 25t Wim^llHifull Ijf VlVufa FINEST QUALITY .... CAN JulHin^ll «, Beverages 3«' 29c Presto CharcoaMO 69c JANE PABKKR-KKGULARLY J»c-TlII8 WKKKt Glazed Donuts . »>, 33c CONBY OR-DOZ. 'Me Sandwich Buns 8 2Ic JANE PARKER TWIN PACK Fruit Salad DUIECT FROM FLORIDA. Orange Juice S CT i Cake Mixes ^ 1>AGB FROM FLORIDA WHITE, YELLOW, CHOC. STYLK Read's Potato Salad G " CMAN Hi|| Hill Sweet Relish UAILEY HAMBURG . DAILEY . KIPLjE^Y Olt TOMATO TOWN BRAND Hi-C Orangeade . . Hi-C Grape Drink . , Tx 26c A&P Tomato Juice . , I^B9c Welch's firape Juice. . W.26C Angelus Marshmallows . oT.36e Pink Salmon COLD M-OZ, . CAN M-OZ, . CAN 2 W-OZ. CANS Barbecue Drills "" AUJUBMB ^ A*P'» SI'KCIAL PRIOR 3 HOTS. 2 1D-OZ. 2 u-°z. JR. * HOTS. *°' ! STREAM Luncheon Meat . CAN 3 M-OZ. CANS Charcoal Briquets . . .00 Reynolds Aluminum Foil Hudson Napkins . . , Saran Seal Wrap . . . Pork 'N Beans SIJW ANA . 4,49 . .CAL2.79 20 ,^1.19 . 25 no ^29c Z IIOXKS or an COUNT Potato Chips . . - 69c Chocolate Chiffon Cake . . . . KA 49o Fresh Pies *Kr,i B «*. While Bread PARKER .... 2 LOAVES Sugar Cookies * • » • • i PAKKKR . . . T.OAVK Sandwich Bread JANIS ] ' 1IU 3Z-07,. CAN EVERY MELON FULLY GUARANTEED Watermelons CALIFORNIA FANCY Tomatoes r:,,., 3% <* 29c •WEST. DEL101OUB—JZ HIKE Honeydews . . 39c fRBSH 39c EXTRA LARGE 24 TO 26 LBS. 89 CUT OUT FROZEN FOODS i 25c -Valuable Counon-25c THKESW1CET Blueberries Pint Box Lemonade AftP Strawberries Banquet Dinners AftP Peas . Pia* BEKF ' no* i-oz. CAN 10c Thi« Coupon Worth 25c Townrtls Purchane of 1UNE IS DAIRY MONTH MKL-O-BIT fll.ICKn AMKK1CAN, SWIM '/, OO« PI.MKNTO . . . LB. JtTfj WISCONSIN DOMKSTIC 59c Cheeses WISCONSIN DOMKSTI Swiss Cheese LB. ONE BOX REGULAR 48'. 4 U-OZ. PKGS. EA, He KOTEX ;• PRICE 1.40 WITH THIS COUPON 2lc —Cunpan KxpIrM S*l. NlKhl, July I —2}c Ice Cream Yt tii. GAL. 59c Sliced Cheese S^'MERICAN . . ..,!n.33e 1.79 uoz ' CHICKEN. TURKEY 3 M)Z, PIES Dav if ay JULV ISSUE NOW ON Kraft Cheese Whiz. Butter Rlch . , oz 3lc Our ALUMINUM Reynolds Wrap IMn x 25-Kl. <JQ_ ROLL C.3C •PAUKLING rLAVORC Pabst Beverages 6 CANS 49C REDEEM COUPONS AT AftP »LUK |\ II T DOT M U A LARGE •**)+. GIANT fff. BOX J*-** BOX *«*»• REDEEM COUPONS AT A*P Joy K-OZ. »7 P a-oz. gr- CAN «*•«' CAN O3l» Parkay Margarine y l-LB. CQ r «- CTNS. J»W» MINATURK Kraft Marshmallows io'/,-oz. or. BAG £3C All priccf in this ad effective thru Sat., June 29. . AMMICA'I (MIMOII lOOt HfAILII . . . IIHU U»

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