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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1956 THE LOGANSPORT PRESS,, LOGANSPORI, INDIANA PAGE FIVE fat Beetles And Always Be Happy WASHINGTON ffi-Quite likely the reason jou never saw an unhappy pygmy is that he eats beetles. That's the gist of a report Monday by an anthropologist-priest who recently returned from New Guinea where .-he observed the apparent workings or a "happiness vitamin." The Rev. Martin Gusinde described the source of pygmy happiness as "vitamin T" — and he told reporters they get it from eating beetles. Father Gusinde, 70, is a member of the Society of Divine Word and a professor of anthropology at the Catholic University of America in Washington. He has just returned from a four-month study of the Pygmies in a remote region. NEW FORD MODELS IN TWO SIZES Do Have Beauty Shops, Says Russian Woman, Often At Factory Gate LONDON (in — Doris Maxima, Moscow radio's woman commentator, says the British press is spreading a canard about Russia. The. canard: Soviet women seldom visit a beauty parlor, "Absolute ignorance," La Maxima sniffed in a broadcast. "There are beauty parlors all over town- frequently within a stone's throw of the factory gates.". 113-Year Old Man Dies At Peoria, 111. PEORIA, 111. (Jf^-A 113-year-old man died Monday in the Peoria State. Hospital. Thomas Abelson, formerly of Canton, 111., died a natural death in the hospital that had been his home for 13 years. Abelson was born Oct. 17, 1843, in England. It is not known when he -came to America. He had been a farm laborer most of his life. There are no known relatives. The longest, lowest Ford convertible ever made is this 1957 Sunliner which is being introduced along with 18 other completely new Ford body styles. The new Fords will offer a broader range of improved engine performance, with the top power plant being the optional 245 horsepower Thunderbird Special V8. The Sunliner is a member of Ford's new "Fairlane 500" series, which will offer a band of gold-colored anodized aluminum side trim with two-tone paint selections. For the first time in its 53-year inches lower and nearly sjx inches history.Tord Motor Company will produce two sizes of Ford cars, the company announced today. The 19 new models to be unveiled by Hope-Luxem and Ford dealers throughout the country Wednesday morning will have the highest performance engines ever offered in the low price field. R. S. McNamara, Ford Motor Company vice president and Ford Division general manager, said the 1957 Fords "represent the biggest change in the modern history of the Ford car." The new. Ford line divides into two basic sizes, Fairline and Custom, -plus the station wagon serjes, each with its. own body and chassis. In addition, the Fairlane sere ies has been expanded to offer "Fairlane 500" models, which have extra luxury, features. The • 1957 Fairlane and Fairlane 500 sedans are nine inches longer and four inches lower than last year's comparable models. Custom (and Custom 300 sedans are more than three inches longer and nearly three and one-half inches lower than the 1956 models. Station wagons are three and one-half Personalized •f- NOW! ..CHOICE SELECTIONS Money Orders Broadway • fc«*«fcfc ^ At Any Time -—Open Daily and Sunday 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. YEAZEL'S longer. Fairlanes and Fairlane 500's are built on a. 118-inch wheelbase. Station wagons, ..Customs and • Custom 300's have a' 116-inch wheelbase. - , V For the first time, a high performance V-8 engine is available as an. optional power plant on all Ford car's! The engine; called the Thunderbird Special, develops 245 horsepower, and is equipped with a four-barrel low silhouette car- buret^r. ;, ..... Standard'engine for the Fairlane and station wagon series is the 212 h^v. Thunderbird V-8. A 190 hip. V-8 is standard for the,Custom and Custom 300 series. Both have two- barrel .carburetors. In addition, the 144 h.p. Mileage Maker six is available on all models. All engines can be ordered with standard, over-drive or Fordomatic transmissions. Advanced design of the engines' carburetion, combustion -chamber, and 'exhaust system, plus stepped- up compression, provides increased operating economy in all models. The dry-type air filter, carburetors, intake manifold, intake valves, .camshaft, and distributor are the new components which give Ford increased performance'. Ford's pioneering safety features introduced in 1956 have been' improved. There is .a new safety instrument pane'l with recessed control knobs clustered under the redesigned deep center steering wheel. Instrument panel and sun visor crash cushions are available, and th2 safety rear view mirror is continued. Safety door latches have been reinforced to withstand greater impacts. A three and one- half inch shock absorbing area is provided over the steering:column by the new safety steering wheel, which is one inch smaller;in diameter. It is mounted lower in the car for the best driving position. For 1957, Ford offers a broad range .of optional features including power-operated . s t e. e r i n g, brakes, seats and windows, as well as air conditioning,' tinted glass, 6 and 8-tube. ^radios, and heaters. . '. $8,400 And His Keys ' Stolen From Pants \ INNSBRUCK, Austria (/P>—Banker Krai Stephan put on his pants Monday morning and, found the keys to the. bank safe'were gone from a pocket. Missing also was about $8,400 in Austrian currency and foreign exchange receipts from the Bank of Scharnitz. Police are looking for thieves who evidently /knew where Stephan hung up his pants at night. flora Mrs. Ancil Ayres of Marlon, former local resident, played organ music for the Delta'Theta Chi sorority Style-Show. Door prizes went-vto Mesdames Glen. Lantz,, Lenbre''' Briggs, Emerson McjEQn- ley, Vernbn Nevin ; : and Kenneth Myers. Fashion award for 'best modeling -was presented by Mrs. Robert Segrayes.- -General chairman of, the show was Mrs. Glen Brown. ..;'•.' '•Senator Homer. Cap'ehart is scheduled to be the main'speaker at a 'Republican rally here Oct. 19. The committee on arrangements includes Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ryan' and -.Mr. and -Mrs. R. A, Clark. . ', The,.; following 'attended American Legion Day at the • Knightstown-Home: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gripe and family, Mr. and,Mrs. Robert: Kinzer and family,. Mr. and-Mrs.'Joe Ayres, Mr. and Mrs.' Francis Crispen and son, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pearson and daughters, Mesdames George ,Baum, Ethel Dekker, Nora Wilson, Orel Wiles, Mabel .Grant, Mills McKinley and .Glen Carey. Mr., and Mrs. Gerald 1 Harmon of 'here'and..Mr. ; and "Mrs ^'-" ; n Reinke and .son of near Walton visited in Chicago with J.ncy_ „__.- mon, father of .Gerald Harmon, who is . receiving treatment at Billings; hospital. - -& Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Gregg and family of 'Thorntown, Mrs. Floyd Chapin and Leo' Gregg of Midland, Mich, were recent guests of Mrs. Daisy Gregg. She accompanied her grandson back to Midland to visit her son, Luther Gregg. and family; Jackie Maxwtll,. who' has, been receiving, paratrooper .training at Ft;. ;"Bragg, '•'. N. :• C^bas Jbe'ea --released;; and vis returning .to his home- here.,Recent guests" of .Mr. 'and Mrs. Frank .: Parks, were Mrs.:' -Galen Parks, daughters and her mother, Mrs. Willis- of South Bend; Misses Sara and Mary Parks,'-Indianapolis; Howard- Parks, Peru.. •Mr. and Mrs. Gene'.Michaels and family of South. Behd ; visited their ' parents, Mr. and Mrs.: Ed Efserman and Mr. and Mrs.rRich- ard Michaels. . ". • Guests of Mr. and Mrs; ;Noah E. "Flora were Mr. and Mrs. Owen Sk'iles, Mrs. D. .-• D. , Sk'iles '-and Mrs. Ruth N Metzger, Rossville;; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ellef and,Mrs. ,Malinda Wagoner of here; '-Mr.-and Mrs. Carl Richardson of Monticello, Mr. and.;Mrs. Richard. 1 Flora and Grant of Kokomo. . ••,. . Mr. and Mrs. Forest Haley and family have moved to Benso-nville, 111. He will be a foreman at the Paraplegic Mfg. Co., at Franklin Park, 111. Flora Community Club, Inc. with support from the Town of Flora, will buy. a two-acre tract from David Wise. The land, at, the east edge of the Community Park, will be the site for a county 4-H fair building. . Chicago Sports Writer Heads Babe Zaharis TropJiy Committee CHICAGO -Wt—This, city .will, ba the national headquarters for th« Babe Djdrikson Zafearias Trophy Committee which annually' will' select the .outstanding woman athlete of the year to receive the award. It was announced Tuesday Bob Russell,. Chicago Daily News sports writer, was named chairman of the committee by the late Babe and. her husband, George • Zaharias,- several, weeks .ago. Mrs. Zaharias.. died Thursday after & three-year fight against cancer. Her husband established the-award late in that losing fight. The country's sports editors and writers will be invited to participate in a poll to select the-Zaharias trophy winner. First 'presentation will be next. Jan. 15. Read the Classified Ads Always carry fast-acting Turns for top-speed relief from acid indig*»- tion.No water needed.No waiting, firms FROM A NEW tt lNNERCAR PROVED IN ACTION came the magic that made possible so wonderfully different a Ford. In the. toughest on-the- road tests ever given to a car, this "Inner Ford" demonstrated that a '57 Ford rides you sweet and low... that it takes the bumps without a bobble, the curves without die pitch . and, that in power, it "takes nothing from nobody!" Nothing on- wheels hurries, handles or holds up like a Ford! WHO \ Is Coming To WARD WEEK OPEN HOUSE You've Seen Them On TV DETAILS IN PRI. PHAROS/SAT- PRESS i A new bud of FORD mtt the . \ mark of tomorrow bwesf-fami 'if has •&e"Tbuch of Tomorrow* fiTxorV-8 Through the We have served with complete flexibility, regardless of race/color, .creed, or financial position... And. services are conducted.where you wish—in your church^ ourchapel, . or your home.- Fooeral Services'• • 527 E. Broadway Phone 3355 Ohfy-four-fed- eigM-inches iall The Fairlane 500, finest Ford series, features five of the 19 longer, lower, beefier Fords for '57. You're in for a thrill when you see' diis new knockout named Ford! But save your superlatives till you drive it! That's where die fun really starts. It's fun just knowing that others who see you wish they were you. For you're commanding the longest, lowest, heaviest, biggest car ever to sport such a low price tag. There's head room to-spare for a new fall bonnet... stretch-out space for a "Daddy Longlegs." You'll find that the tough and ready new "Inner Ford" is built to take the roughest'road you'll care to'travel. New outboard rear springs and ball-joint front suspension let Ford take the turns without the tilt. New swept-back 1 control arms help'take bounce out of bumps. Best of all, Ford's library-like quiet is built in. And the new "Inner Ford" is why. For'never before in - • i Go first mtb Ford's field has there.been a body with so much extra bracing, so firmly anchored: to its foundation. And you can choose from three big Silver Anniversary V-S's with up to 245 horsepower. There's also a new Mileage Maker Six with '144 Horsepower, the" most -modern Six in the industry. You .can pick your Ford tailored to your desires and your budget,, too! Gh,oose from nine over-17-lbot Fairlane or Fairlane 500 models or from five over-I6- 1'pot Custom or Custom 300 models. Or take -your pick Irom Ford's five, longer,. ]ower, ; new station wagons. Whichever model you select, you'll get a car that's been re-iriyehted from the wheels up! So there's the new kind of Ford.. Big! Gracious! Spacious! A luxury, car ;ti-ue—but one that any new- car buyer can easily.afford. Gome in!>,See xvhat wonder-cars you can buy now at low Ford prices. IN TWO NEW SUPER SIZES OVER 16 FT, . LONG On a New 116'Wheelbase OVER 17 FT. LONG • On a New 118'Wheelbase 4 Fairlane Models 5 Fairlane 500 Models PLUS 5 NEW MODELS IN THE STATION WAGON SERIES * • I - I i A The Fairlane Fords for '57, like the Fairlane 500 models, have no equal... no counterpart, in the low<-price field. 115 S.'Sixth St. LUXEM CO., Bnc Ford Sales and Service Phone 3178

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