Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 9, 1957 · Page 21
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 21

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, December 9, 1957
Page 21
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Monday Evening, December 9, 1937. LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LiBRARt ROCHESTER- PILOT AND HIS BRAIN—It's Hughes Aircraft's new Digitair, a. much reduced size digital computer which can fly the plane from coded ground control directions and from the plane's own radar, thus leaving the pilot free for tactical decisions. Digital computers took up whole rooms full of space till this one. It is shown (under wraps) in an F-102A USAF all weather interceptor. High altitude-clad test pilot Robert R. Carson stands by. Digitair can really get down to figuring— 9,600 basic computations in one second. (International) Say U. S. Holding Back On "Jump Into Space" Mrs, A. Barnes Observes Her 96th Birthday i Possibly the oldest resident of Fulton county, Mrs. Adora E. Barnes, celebrated her 93th birthday anniversary Saturday, in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Forrest Fennimore, 318 West 1'lth street, with whom she makes her home. Mrs. Barnes was born Dec. 7, 18G1. in North Judson, the daughter of Thomas and Cynthia Morton. She was married to Albert E. i Barnes, who died in 1944. They resided in Washington Slate for 42 years, and were the parents of four children, one son, William, of Yakima, Wash., and one daughter. Mrs, Fennimore, Rochester. A daughter, Mrs. Ruth Smith passed away in 1936, and a son, Russell who died in 1943. i She has 11 grandchildren and 211 great-grandchildren. .She enjoys,' her daily Bible reading and is af-1 filiated with the Burton Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Reksr, route 4, Rochester, announce the engagement of their daughter, De-j nise, to Ronald ReinhoH, son-of, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stayton, Lei-, tersFord. Following her completion! of a business course at Ball State College, she accepted employment from Alli.son Motors division of General Motors in Indianapolis. I Following his graduation from LeitersFord high school, Mr. Reinholt, served two years in Alaska with the United States Army. He will graduate from the Acme Tool and Die Design in January. Mrs. H. W. Sherrard ST.. will be ho.ste?s lo the Home Circle clu'b Wednesday for a carry-in dinner at 11:30 a.m. Members are requested fo bring a covered dish, table service and a gift for the Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune per hour in a 40 mile zone. The second was John Russell Osborn, charged with driving while under the influence. He was arrested Dec. 4, near Delong by deputy sheriff Dick Dickson. Marjory Ragland filed suit Friday for divorce against Edward Ragland, charging cruel and inhuman treatment. Comden Then Congregational Christmas party to have been held at the Lutheran church on Dec. 12 has been 1 postponed to Dec. lo. Members of Ihe Jackson township Farm Bureau and their fam- i ilies held a baked ham supper were in Muncie Wednesday where they visited their daughter, Mrs. Harold Cripe and hus'oand, who have been confined to Ihe hospital there, since they were in on accident. Mrs. Cripe ha.< been dismissed from the hospital. A Christmas party iva.<r held on Monday evening by the R.JW youth organization at the Rocktield Presbyterian church. United Lutheran church women met at the Parish Hall Wednesday afternoon. GERMANS GET MATADORS BONN, Germany i UP >—W e s t German forces will be equipped with American "Matador" ground- Communist territory, Defense Ministry officials said today. They said it is planned to set up two "Matador" squadrons under Luft- 1 Wednesday evening at the com-!to-ground missiles capable of munity building. j striking more than 000 miles into Miss Sue Ann Case sang a song Group singing was held. On the committee in charge were Mr. and Mrs. Don Willy, Mr. and Mrs. -- — 'Gene Willy, Joe Jr. Barnard and waffc control. Only US. forces m wife, Mr. and Mrs. Winfrey Lloyd. Germany now have the Matadors. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Trapp, and Mr. and Mrs, Lowell Edging. n i .1 /-i •£• J k J, Mr. and Mrs. William Castle Read the (JOSSmed AOS In a Tough Spot for Cash ? Thai's minerals to tbem thar bills. Algiers, modern and ancient. WASHINGTON (UP)—The United States is holding back on any big "jump into space" until it has produced an adequate arsenal of long-range ballistic missiles. Deputy Assistant Defense Secretary 'William M. Holaday said flatly this country has the "hardware"—presumably ballistic missiles—to launch large earth satellites any time it wanted. Culver ;rab The Farm Bureau Newcastle township ladies will meet in the country home of Mrs. Lucy To- RICHES IN ALGERIA—It's not just sand dune real estate 'that's involved in the revolt on Franco's hands In Algeria. Untold wealth lies buried in the Atlas mountains on the west -and north, and under sands of the Sahara, whose name derives from a primitive word meaning "wild land, good only to be crossed." The Sahara's temperature ranges from 133 F. daytime to a frigid 11 at night. About a million of Algeria's 10,000,000 population live in the Sahara. Most of these are Berbers, a matriarchal people whose men wear veils but whose women do not. The strife in Algeria Is costing France more than two and a quarter million dollars a day. (International) many small tables decorated in Christmas colors. There were 25 members and one guest, Jimmie Miller, to partake on the bounteous meal. A business meeting was conduct, ed by the president, Mrs. Harry Mcay. The opening song was sung, accompanied by Mrs. Estil Bemenderfer, at the pion, For devotions, the chaplain, Mrs. Myrtle Glassley, read the Christmas story bey Thursday for their Christmas as told by St. Luke. Each member party and noon day luncheon. A j gave a scripture verse in response The Auxiliary of Ihe Order ofjEOc grab bag gift for the exchange I to roll call. Eastern Star will hold a Christmas! and a favorite dish is to be fur- 1 Mrs. R U U, Werner, secretary, .parly Monday night in the homejnished by each member. of Mrs. E. W. Carter. Assisting hostesses will be Mrs. 0. T. Smith, Mrs. Forest Geislelman, and Mrs. Irene Hinkle. The Stichery club met at the long-range missiles. Holaday told a meetin. g of.the But the missiles director cmpha-1 h ° me ° f , M '' S - Ra| P h ° 5bo ™' sized this would have to take a| on Tnursday. back seat to the stockpiling of! The Ray Gass Sister's restaurant has closed for the winter. Dr and Mrs. Donald "Reed announce the marriage of their daughter. Linda Elizabeth to John Nelson Winter, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. T Winter of Lebanon. The WCTU society of '.he EUB church met Monday evening with American Rocket Society in New York Thursday night that right now "satellites are not as military useful as a working dependable ballistic missile weapon system would be." First The Missiles "When we are assured of an adequate intermediate range ballis- tif missile capability and an intercontinental ballistic missile system •with the necessary support equipment and stockpile of missiles, then we intend to jimp into space. "To do so beforehand would be like trying to lock the front door and to let the back door stay open," he said. The United States is attempting again (oday to fire a six-inch test satellite into a globe-circling orbit. The Soviet Union — presumably with the aid of ballistic missile power—has sent up a 1,120- pcund Sputnik. Sen. Henry M. Jackson (D- Wash.) accused the Defense Department of handing the Russians anolher propaganda victory by its "stupidity" in announcing the hour by hour failure Wednesday to and Mrs. Rolland Pontius, treasur- cnurcn met ivionaay evening WLLO , ,, ' , _, . Mrs. Eva Heiser. A devotional pro- Ler, Mrs. Ha tery, and Mrs. Clyde Mrs. Robert Zellar Sr. was host-j^ e 'ach'made their reports. Sev- ess to her sewing circle when they met in her home for a carry-in Christmas dinner last week. Mrs. Tola Rogers offered grace before the dinner. Members present lo enjoy the dinner and social hour, were Mrs. Olio Weimcr, Mrs. Henry Moore, Mrs. Lloyd Pickcns, Mrs. James Mastellar, Mrs. Tola Rogers, and Mrs. Guy Bryant, all of Rochester; and Mrs. William Keys, South Bend. Mrs. Albert Wood was a guest of the club. Mrs. Haltie Corsaut, and daugh- eral bills were allowed and three substantial' donations were voted out. The card committee reported cards sent, and members on the sick list were reported on 1 . Mrs, ThoVnas Snyder and Mrs. Mary Kelly read Christmas stories and poems, Christmas carols were sung, with Mrs. Karl Hartung accompanying at the piano. A lighted Christmas tree was ladened with gifts, and little Jimmie Miller delivered them as they were called out. Mrs. John Inman, Mrs. Edith Brubaker and Mrs. Myrtle Glassley, took care of the food, and Mrs. Brubaker, Mrs. Dollie Miller and Mrs. Glassley, prepared the dining room. Two sui'.s were filed in Fuller, circuit court Friday. One — the Slate vs. Joseph P. Miller, charged with speeding. Miller was arrested on U.S. 31, near the Rochester cily limits, Nov. 12, 1957. II was stated he was traveling 51 miles AS USUAL, THE UNUSUAL IN GIFTS Coot-tie's Gift Shop Walton, Indiana Let us arrange a loan ior you on terms to suit your convenience! FROM NOW UNTIL CHRISTMAS Open Wednesdoy 'til 5:00 P. M. loans Up to $500 G.A.C. FIBIABJCE CORPORATION 325 PEARL STREET Opposite Telephone Company logamport, Indiana TELEPHONE 5101 Office Hours: Doily 9-5; Wednesday & Saturday 1-\l launch "moon." the first American Other Developments In other missile - satellite developments: —George S. Trimble, vice president of the Martin Co. which built the satellite . launching Vanguard rocket, predicted the first attempt to orbit a U.S. satellite would fail. —Democratic National Chairman Paul M. Butler said the Truman administration produced all of the 11 operational missiles now in this country's arsenal. He said the "failures" in the U.S.- missile program rest with President Eisenhower. —Rear Adm. Hyman G. Rick- over urged speedy construction of a fleet of "underwater satellites" —atom-powered submarines capable of launching ballistic missiles •while surfaced or submerged. He said the Russians have a sub fleet five times as large as this country. gram was given by Mrs. L. A. Crabb, who used Christmas as the theme. Mrs. Heiser reviewed a chapter from the study book. Refreshments were served to eight members. Mr. and Mrs. Francis McFar- lar.d are parents of a daughter, born Dec. 4. at the Culver clinic. Mr. a.id Mrs. Charles Wynn are the parents of a daughter, born Dec. 2, at Parkview Hospital, Plymouth. The Poplar Grove WSCS met Wednesday. Dec. 4, wilh Mrs. Ronald Quivcy and Mrs. Mary Leland giving the lesson. Announcement was made of the marriage of Rev. H. A. Davis, a former Culver resident, to Miss : mouth, went lo the Hickey Funeral Mabel Willard of Hot Springs, Ark. Horn* in South Bend to see the on Nov. 2. Mosher all of Kewanna, were shopping ir; Rochester, Friday. Mrs. Corsaul left by train, in the after, noon, for Los Angeles, Calif., where she will visit her son, and other relatives. Mrs. Jesse Zuck of Kewanna was a business visitor in Rochester, Friday. A baked chicken dinner was served to the Past Grand's club at their annual Christmas dinner-par- ly, held Friday evening in the IOOF hall. The dining room was filled with I Louis Listenbcrger and Lbvina Cooper of Culver, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Listenberger of Ply- Mr, and Mrs. C?iarles Gray returned to Springboro. Ohio after visiting Mrs. Alice Kessler, who has been seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Carter and Mr. and Mrs. D. Hatten were in South Whitley on Thursday visiting Mrs. Elizab'elh Day. Mr. and Mrs. Do.nald Parson and Karen visited relatives in Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Listenberger, i deceased Lloyd Savage. Harry Smeltzer spent Sunday in Indianapolis. John Robinson of Kokomo visiled Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Robinson. Mr. and Mrs, Allen Morris and daughter of Muncie spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Morris. Mrs. Anna Flagg and' daughter Bessie of near Argos visited Mrs. L. M. Long Sunday. ' Read the Classified Ads STAYING ON—No, he's not go- Ing to resign, Agriculture Secretary Ezra Taft Benson tells reporters in Washington. He • •id President Eisenhower Uk*d him'only last September IB »tay. (International) TIMBERLAKE'S and Test-Write SHEAFFERS BALLPOINT with the new exclusive STERLING SILVER TIP writes longer than any ballpoint ever made I Smart new styling... choice of points. OTHER BALI POINT PENS $1.95 Sheaffer's Snorkel Pens From $7.9'5 up Other Sheaffers $3.75 up •COME IN TODAY! TEST "SN'OWK'EL" YOU'RSELF Also Easterbrook Pens Name in gold letters free on each pen and pencil Timberlake's Gift Shop "Headquarters for Fine Fountain Pens and Pencils" The Right Gift is Easy to find at GIFT WRAPPING AND ENGRAVING ISA FREE SERVICE OF KRIEUZBERGERS KREUZBERGER'Si BULOVAs AMERICAN Girl $71.50 23i8w«ls, Z diamonds. limed to six precision id]ustments,unbroik- ibl> miinsprlr.g JEWELERS

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