Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 10, 1957 · Page 84
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 84

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, November 10, 1957
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LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, NOVEMBER U, 1»» Mrs. Neva Tot man, Former Logansport Resident, Expires Mrs. Neva Marie Tatman, formerly of Logansport, passed awayi at 9 a.m. Saturday at Syracuse, Ind., where she had resided for the past -year. She is survived by three sons, Clarence, of Syracuse; Bill, 1514 Wright; and Dick, of 827 W. Melbourne; a daughter, Ermajene Spencer, of Hobart; eight grandchildren; two brothers, Frank and Arthur Woodruff, Logansport; a sister, Mrs. Cecil Smith; and several nieces and nephews. The deceased was the daughter of John and Sara Benn Woodruff and her husband, Clarence died in 1939. The body was returned to the Kroeger funeral home where rites are pending. Deaths LEYDET Services for. Edwin Leydet, 36, of 1618 Smead, will be conducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the McCloskey- Hamilton chapel with Rev. Raymond Skelton officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. The Eagles will hoid services at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the chapel. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Sunday. Prepare tor Cold Weather Ahead Extruded Aluminum Combination TRIPLE TRACK TiLT WINDOWS None Finer Price or Qualify Expert Installation Phone 3666 Free Estimates Just North on Road 17 REED Final rites for James Reed, 84, will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at the North Thiud street EUB church with Rev. J. E. Campbell officiating. Burial will be in St. John's cemetery. Friends may call at the McCloskey-Hamilton chapel. MONEY Funeral services for Lewis H. Money, 48, route 6, will be conducted at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at Lhe Chase-Miller chapel with Reverend Dean Cooper officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel after 2 p.m. Sunday. POLICE RECOVER BIKE City police reported yesterday that an abandoned bicycle was recovered. It is a black boy's bike repainted with flower -brim on chain guard and fenders. BECK'S TRANSFER PHONE 3539 FOR The Flavors of the Month APPLE STRUDEL ICE CREAM -AND- BLACK WALNUT ICE CREAM Now at Your Dealers Watts Ice Cream Co. 113 Fifth St. "Say It With a Brick" Phone 4504 CHICKEN PIE SUPPER AND ANNUAL FALL FESTIVAL LAKE CSCOTT SCHOOL SATURDAY EVENING, NOV. 16th 'STARTING 5 P. M. ADULTS $1.00 CHILDREN SOe PIE EXTRA Country Store, Fish Pond, Cake Walk, end other Entertainment for A'U. COME EARLY! STAY LATE! This is the EDSEL PACER CONVERTIBLE You have never driven a car that goes, stops, corners, feels and handles like the 1958 EDSEL We are proud and happy to be selling these fine cars. Incidentally, with the 40 cars we have .received to date, no major replacement or repairs whatsoever have been necessary. With a brand new car this HAS TO BE INDICATIVE of excellent engineering, design and quality control at the factory. i You are cordially invited to stop out and drive the EDSEL— It's a treat you can't afford to miss. WM. D. SHILLING SHILLING AUTO SALES Highway 24 at W. Linden Ave. Hospital Notes MEMORIAL Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tow, route 4, are parents .of a son. Born to 1st Lt. and Mrs. Adam Smith, 2605 Summit, a daughter. Admitted: Candido Donate, route 5; Miss Millie Oaks,. 923 North; Delbert Flanagan, 2125 Broadway; Baby Debra Mize, Mishawa. Dismissed: Norbert Barret, 619 W. Miami; Miss Daisy Hall, routs 1, Idaville; Mrs. Alice Corcoran. 130 Tenth; Mrs. Helen Tyre; Galveston; Mrs. William Stephenson and son, route 3; Mrs. Joseph Cooley and daughter, route 3. ST. JOSEPH'S Born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baker, 514% Helm, a son. Admitted: Master Gene Day, 716 Bates;'Miss Donna Harness, route 2, Galveston; Ira Wise, 424 Fifth. Dismissed: Miss Linda Fry, route 4; Miss Judith Fulton route 1, Bringhurst; Mrs. Gertrude Mumaugh, Peru; Mrs. Dixie Perigo, Bringhurst; Mrs. Hazel Zech, 1336 North Third. MONTREAL EXPLODES MONTREAL W—The explosive Montreal Canadiens scored four goals in the final period Thursday night as they defeated the Detroit Red Wings 6-0 and moved into a first place tie with (he idle New York Rangers in the National Hockey League. TD PASSES BERKELEY, Calif. utive Larry Sanchez, taking over for flu - stricken Joe Francis, threw two touchdown passes Saturday in leading Oregon State to a 21-19 victory over California. CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY In Observance Of VETERANS DAY * South Side Lumber 811 Burlington Ave. Logansport, Ind. GIVE YOUR OLD FURNITURE A NEW LEASE ON BEAUTY. •fa Top Workmanship if Low Priest •fa Nic« itlectron of fabric! -FREE ESTIMATE- VV» \vill recover your present- dinetfe ser WALTON UPHOLSTERY SHOP rPhont 3733, Wohon, Inn 1 . Get Our Price and inspect our Aluminum Storm Windows Several to choose from Two Track Three Track Three Track Tilt Overlap or Blind Stop -NO DOWN PAYMENT- "Finance can be arranged" MARTfN COAL CO. 1026 Vine St. Ph. 3768 J. R. CUMMINGS W. M. JACKSON FrM Mtawring Sorvio. and itttmat* of your Requirements Get Your PRESCRIPTIONS filled at BUSJAHN'S Accuracy Guaranteed Save the Difference Try Us ... and See BUSJAHN'S DRUG STORE 308 Fourth St. Notice Eagles Ritualistic services for our| late brother, Edwin J. Leydet I at McCloskey . Hamilton,! Monday, Nov. 11, at 7:301 | p.m. C. W. Zimmerman, W.P. Scan Skies In Vain For Sputnik 11 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Moonwatchers scanned clear skies in vain over Evansville and Terre Haute early Saturday without spotting Sputnik II. Dr. R. 'T. Dufford had 40 members of his Moonwatch team at telescopes on the Evansville College science building roof on a tip that Sputnik's course would put it in ideal position for.viewing over Evansville. Both Dufford and Nunz Addabbo, head of the Terre Haute Moon- watch, were puzzled by their failure to see the Russian satellite. Dufford, who is head of the Evansville College physics departments, said the satellite may have changed course if its dog passenger had been ejected. At Indianapolis, .where clouds frustrated a Moonwatch team, a beep signal was picked up on the satellite's 20-megacycle radio frequency. Rudolph M. Crandall, an amateur radio operator, picked up the signal and relayed it by telephone to radio station WFBM, which 'rebroadcast it. "I have no way of proving it was Sputnik," Crandall said. He reported the beep was faster than signals he 'had picked up previously from Sputnik I. He said the signal was strong but faded out after a few minutes. WFBM sent a plane up to try to spot the satellite, but the passenger couldn't see it. The Sputnik timetable showed Saturday's fifth pass put the satellite over South Bend.at 1:26 p.m., but snowclouds grayed out any chance of seeing it. The Smithsonian ^strophysical Observatory, Cambridge, Mass., said there'll be no more chances to see Sputnik over the United States until December. Meanwhile, a Purdue University research expert said the Russians announced "virtually every detail" about their artificial moons as early as last June. D. H. Radler of the Purdue Research Foundation said the reports were carried in June in the Russian magazine Radio and in August in the magazine Tekhnika Molodezhi, both in the Russian language. Say Fire Ball Falls Near Here An Indianapolis man and his wife reported at the police station about 9:30 last night that they saw a ball of fire about 5 miles north of here on SB 25 near the Caito farm where Robert Paschen resides. •' . Erase Nazi Scar Today BERLIN W) — West Germany erases another scar of the Nazi era Sunday. On the site of a Berlin synagogue- destroyed by Hitler's storm troopers on "Crystal _ „. , , , .„ Night" 19 years ago, the new Ger- Roy King, deputy sheriff, went| many will begin constru ction of to the scene antf searched the cornfied on the Caito fai'in where the couple thought the object landed, • but found nothing. Mr. and, Mrs.. James E. Bald- new Jewish community center. The synagogue was one of hundreds put to-the torch on Crystal Night, Nov. 10, 1938, as storm . T .. .. ., ., troopers raged through scores of win, .of Indianapolis, said they: German cities. The night got its were enroute home from Walkerton! name because of the great quan- when they saw the object, which i titles of glass underfoot from was described as a. ball of fixe ru j ned synagogues and wrecked about the size of a basketball with a five-foot tail. They said the object was about 250 feetin the air air when it was lirst spotted, and came straight down into the cornfield. — Don Armstrong, probation officer, said his wife saw a falling star about the same time while they were returning to Logansport from Ft. Wayne. Weather Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I Atlanta, -clear ! Bismarck,. dear j-Boston, clear I Chicago, clear Cincinnati, clear • l Cleveland, snow 1 Denver, clear jDes Moines, clear i Detroit, cloudy Fargo, cloudy Fort Worth, clear , Indianapolis, clear I Jacksonville, cloudy Kansas City, clear Los Angeles, clear Memphis, clear Miami, cloudy Milwaukee, clear Mpls-St. Paul, cloudy Moline, clear New Orleans, cloudy New York, clear Omaha, clear Phoenix, cloudy San Diego, clear San Francisco, cloudy Seattle, cloudy Tampa, cloudy Washington, clear Winnipeg, clear (M—Missing) In Loving Memory of Paul R. Walters who passed away three'years ago today, Nov. 10, 1954: You left us so soon, just a little past noon. You suffered a fall, God answered the call. Sadly missed by mother and dad and ail. 2011 North Street Phone 47** Logan Chapter No. 2 R.A..M. Stated Convocation Monday, Nov.- H, 7:30 p.m. All Companions invited. Wayne A. BIckell, H.P. 54 33 37 14 57 46 31 25 39 31 34 28 50 20 39 18 34 27 30 10 58 37 34 25 66 56 45 28 71 50 '52 36 84 71 .27 2t 32 15 36 20 M 71 51 42 41 18! 69 51 63 45 52 32 73 63: 52 41' 29 9| Jewish shops. On Berlin's Fasanenstrasse that night, jeering Nazis held back firefighters as Germany's largest synagogue became a twisted, blacked shell: Sunday, West German officials will lay there the cornerstone of a building dedicated to Germany's once-persecuted Jews. The new center, to be built by the West German government at a cost of $476,000, will serve the 6,000 survivors of this city's Jewish community, which in pre-Hitler times numbered 199,000. The center is to contain a permanent exhibit depicting Jewish history, including photos and documents telling of the 1 Nazi persecution of the Jews. The cornerstone will include a bit of earth from Israel. The building will serve the cultural needs of the 5,000 Jews in West Berlin as well as the-1,000 Jews living in Soviet-run East Berlin. Berlin's Jewish community is Germany's largest, with Munich ranking next with about 3,000 Jews. Altogether there are about 30,000 Jews remaining in Germany. Before Hitler, there were half a million. Electric Light Bills Due the 1st. Penalty added after November 15th. 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Foster offered some advice Saturday to adults or children considering making their own Sputniks: "Don't." "Assuming that the gadgets get off the ground at' all, 1 there is a very real danger in uncontrolled falling objects, regardless of their weight," Foster said in a statement. "When such rockets are made of combustible type material, the danger or fire and injury becomes apparent." Foster said local fire chiefs might consider granting permission to science teachers or°"similar qualified persons" to experiment with rockets. morning after four other persons were killed in accidents earlier Friday. Two Shirley teen-agers, Jon E. Bright, 17, and Bobby Gregory, 19, were killed and three other persons were injured Friday ni;;ht when the car driven by Bright struck an abutment alongside a county road Vi mile north of Sbir- ley in.Hancock County. The other Friday night death was that .of 12-year-old Danny Butts of Michigan City, who was killed by a car as he rode his I bicycle without lights in a driving snow flurry in Michigan City. Justin W. Berning, 50, Cincinnati, was killed Saturday morning when his car went out of control and overturned or, U.S. 50 east of North Vernon. He was alone. Jennings County authorities said he might have fallen asleep at the wheel. 4 Dead Is State Toll By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS " Indiana's weekend traffic toll started off with three deaths Friday night and another Saturday RESTYLE THAT OLD FUR! CALL US: Logan Fur Service 521 High Phone 3632 • -SPECIAL- i I WON., TUES., WED. ' OLD WATER MHi BE SURE OF Winter Comfort CALL CIDER-HONEY APPLES Jonathan, Grime* Gotdtn, D«Kciavs, King David, Rom* Beauty, Staymin, Win«iap. Look f»r th* wjn that reads . • . Jasper Flory & Son DICK FLORY, MGR. Imt on High Sr. Road I Thank You I wish to thank all those remembering me on my birthday, Dr. Hedde and Rev. 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