Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 5, 1957 · Page 41
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 41

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, December 5, 1957
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Thursday Evening, December 5, 1957. Car Crashes Into Crowd Of Shoppers MIAMI, Fla. (UP, — A car, clothing store. The driver was injured. Left in the bloody path of the car were the bodies of the cwo dead and the injured. Two of the injured were thrown down, an open sidewalk freight elevator snaft and five others, including, the Negro family, were thrown through the driven by a 79-year-old man who plate glass windows', apparently suffered a hear.t at- "The driver apparc tack, went out of control today at Miami's busiest downtown inter- apparently suffered a heart attack while driving," Lange said. section and smashed into a crowd' "A baby was lorn right ou' of of Christmas shoppers. Two per- 1 the arms of this Negri. woman sons were killed and eight injured, police reported. Officers s'aid that several others received minor cuts and bruises when the car swerved violently at the corner of Miami Avenue and Flagler Street and struck down the shoppers,-mdny of then, carrying Christmas packages. Four of the injured who were hospitalized included a • Negro mother and her three children. Police at Jackson Memorial Hospital, taken, where the victims were withheld names of the two dead until their families had been notified. Lt. Herb E. Lange, head of the rescue squad, said the car driven by Lester Peckham Frohock of and thrown into the window," a bystander said. Deaths in News LEIRIA, Portugal—Roman Catholic Bishop Jose Alves Correia Da Silva, 86, who declared the apparitions of our Lady of Fa'.ima worthy of belief in 1930, died here today after a long illness. Ci>rreia Da Silvi. began his investigation of the apparitions in 1917 shortly after they were reported by three shepherd children ir. Covii Da Iria, a village in the bishop's diocese. The virgin reputedly confided three "secrets" to the ciiil- Miami, went out of control at the i dren and they told one o: the midtown corner and swerved secrets to Correia Da Silva. "crazily all over Miami Avenge" ' before coming to a violent halt in WASHINGTON— Powell B. Mea plate glass window of Howard's Haney, 52, an insurance executive i year. instead are accepted along with members of other professions. These .facts were brought out in a film, "Explosion of a Myth," which was shown to Loganspo'rt Wednesday night at a Survey Shows Teachers' Value To Community The teaching profession no long-i er is considered to be restricted to; meeting of the Classroom Teachers women, and teachers today are noli Association, rejected by their communities but The film, which was based on questionnaires'sent to 12,000 teachers by the National Education Association, dealt with the many fallacies concerning the teaching pro- of St. Louis, Mo., died here Wednesday as the result of injuries received in an automobile accident, He was Clayton, Mo. a resident of CHICAGO—Charles W. Wrigiey, 84, member of a prominent Chicago family and president of the Charles W. Wrigiey Company, died here Tuesday at a nursing home after a long illness. Wrigley's firm specialized in outdoor advertising. Wrigley's brother, the late William Wrigiey Jr., was the founder of the Wriglsy Chewing Gum Manufacturing firm. BRISBANE, Australia—Lt. Gen. Sir John Dudley Lavarack, 71, the victorious defender of Tobruk, Lybia, in World War Il.jlied here Wednesday. Lavarack "and the Australian infantrymen and British artillerymen in his command successfully held Tobruk in a three day battle beginning April 11, 19.1, against German Field Marshal Erwin Rommel's Afrika Korps. He was knighted the same The questionnaires revealed that many teachers still are faced with large classes and heavy workloads, as well as inadequate buildings and equipment. Low salaries and difficulties in teaching both slow and ' 'rapid learners in the same classrooms were other problems mentioned in the film. However, most teachers like their jobs arid are dedicated to their profession, according to,the questionnaires. The average teacher today has more experience than in the past and has been better trained, the film pointed out. The survey also showed that teachers- salaries have been' increased in recent years. A business meeting was conducted by the president, Dick Spall, and a coffee hour was held after the film with Mrs. Sara Webster, chairman of the social committee, in charge. Homemade Rocket Kills Teacher, Injures 13 FLOYDADA, Tex. (UP) — A homemade rocket exploded like a hand grenade as a physics class, huddled around it outside Floydada High School Wednesday. The teacher was killed and 13 students injured by shrapnel, t.wo of them critically. The teacher, Garland Foster, 47, had stopped down over the rocket and was lighting the end of it with a match when it exploded, hurling fragments in all directions. Foster caught the major brunt of the charge and apparently died instantly. He was married and the father of four . children. Keith 'Heliums and Jerry Crawford, . both . 18, suffered multiple injuries, and were transfer!er 1 to a Lubbock hospital in critical condition. 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Entire cleaner rolls easily from room to room, Swivel-top with 1.8-fK hose reaches everywhere. No radio or TV interference. Stores with hose, wands, and cleaning unit set up. Another Goodyear Value $ 49 ARMOUR STAR STUFFED TURKEY WITH THE PURCHASE OF ANY NORGE APPLIANCE NORGE AUTOMATIC GAS DRYER NOW ONLY $184.88 BROADWAY AT 6TH sssssssssw^^ >RE OPEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHT 'TIL 9 FKDNS 2917 GOODVEAR SERVICE STORE FOR THE CLOTHES HORSE A. E. Kicklcy, manager of the local B and B store reporled to city police that a 58 pound carton containing six dozen cotton dresses was stolen from the store between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Wednesday, The carton was marked "Top Mode" and was worth $135. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Seventeen Elizabeth Miller Dies; Leaves Many Survivors Native Of Winamac, WINAMAC — Elizabeth Sarah Miller, 92, passed away at her home here at 622' South Market street at 3::30 a.m. Wednesday, leaving 113 direct survivors. She had been ill six years. Born August 5, 1865, at Reading, Pa., she was the daughter of Adam and Amanda (Kintzer) Lebo. Her marriage was in 1884 to William E. Miller, who died in 1940. She had been a resident of Winamac for I 76 years. Survivors include four daughters, Mrs. Nellie James, Mrs. Bessie James, both of Winamac; Mrs. Eva Parcel], Star City; Mrs. Julia Evans, Valparaiso; a son, Edward, Winamac; 31 grandchildren; 61 great-grandchildren; 15 great- greatgrandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Anna. Straw, Winamac; three brothers, Sam and Robert Lebo, both of Winamac; and Lee Lebo, South Bend. Final riles will be conducted al 2 p.m. Friday at the Fry-Lange funeral home with the Rev. Richard Berkey, of the Winamac Christian church, officiating. Burial will be in Crown Hill cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel. Infant Daughter Of Minister Succumbs . Eileen Gail Hill, infant daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Rollin Hill died at homo near. Lucerne early Wednesday morning. She was born August 1G, 1957. Her father is pastor of the Christian churches at Indian Creek and Spring Creek. Surviving are her parents, two brothers, Eric and Phillip; the maternal g.andparents, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Penninglon of West Virginia, and the paternal grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. Thomas L. Hill of Berwich, Penn. Funeral services will be held at Indian' Creek Christian church at 1:30' p.m. Friday. Burial will be Read the Classified Ad; NEARLY A CENTURY BUXTON, Me.—The president of the Saco River Telegraph & Telephone Co., Samuel B. Shepard, will be 100 years old next birthday. His company, founded in 1889, serves about 1,000 subscribers in this I area. here's the LOWEST PRICED all-electric adding machine $ 168 5fl at the Indian Creek cemetery. Tb» body will be brought to the church at 1 p.m. Friday. Friends may call at the Harrison funeral homo m Royal Center after 7 p.m. Thursday. Autos Crash At Cicott, Market Street Corner An auto crash at the corner of Cicott and Market streets at 5 p m Wednesday resulted in extensive damage to the vehicles involved according to police officers. Richard Annis. 36, of 207 Part avenue, was driving his 3«52 moo- el car north on Cicotl and stopped fo rtiie traffic light. His car was hit from behind by Richard Howell. 44, 111 Bcal street, who was driving behind the Annis car. The rear end, front seats, and the transmission of the Annis car were damaged. How-ell's car sustained a damaged front end, fender, grill and bumper. as low as $9.26-a month after small plus tax down payment. 5.00* "IMPERIAL Shields designs the fabulous 3-in-1 idea Matching lighter, cuff links and tre bar set. and jewel box all i-n one 1 . 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