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Two Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Ask Stricter Auto Driver License Laws Ike's Committee Recommends Increase In School Classes WASHINGTON (UP) — A public officials traffic safety conference loday backed unanimously stricter driving licensing requirements to <:urb slaughter on the highways. The conference, sponsored iy the President's Committee for JUPITER Report Army Set to Fire Satellite Soon CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (UP) —An 'Army Redstone, the third missile of the week, blasted off in a successful flight from this test center Tuesday night and a host of observers-resumed tl.eir walch for launching of a potential satellite-carrying Jupiter and an oceiin- Wednesday Evening, December 11, 19S7. Anderson Hands First Defeat to Manchester By UNITED PRESS Anderson dumped Manchester from the ranks of Indiana's unbeaten college basketball teams Tuesday night, 84-74, in a Hoosier Conference game, but Hanover remained undefeated with an 80-59 league victory over Franklin. DePauw hurdled its first Indiana Collegiate Conference test, handing St. Joseph's a 64-59 defeat, in the only other loop game. AUDIT CASS SELECTIVE SERVICE RECORDS tripped Indiana spanning Atlas. The modified, version Elsewhere, Earlham Indiana Central, 79-61); Tech beat Concordia of Fort Wayne, 76-72; Taylor shellacked of short-range Redstone soared into space in a spectacular night flight, Traffic Safety, also recommended • trailing a huge ball of orange f.hat safety be taught in the schools flame that was visible for about from an early age the same way \ f^. jr minutes before it finally be"we teach tie Bible in Sunday | came one of the millions of pin- School." |.points "of light dotting the cold, ( Tri-State, 106-63, and Marian the handed Huntington its sixth, The proposals coincided with a report by the American Automobile Assn. showing that the number of pedestrians killed in traffic had dropped 38 per cent since 1940. It credited pedestrian safety programs in 'many cities for the decline. The association said pedestrian fatalities dropped from 11,659 in 1940 to 7,222 last year despite a 104 per cent increase in motor vehicle registrations and a 29 per cent rise in population. Non - pedestrian traffic deaths clear sky. Followed Earlier Firngs The successful fring of the Redstone, a junior version of the Jupiter intermediate range rocket, came after two smaller missiles were launched earlier in a week of accelerated activity after the fail- straight, loss, 92-71. Hornsby Undergoes Operation on Eye CHICAGO CUP) — Rogers Plornsby, 61, was reported in "satisfactory" condition' today following removal of a cataract on his right eye. "Ahe Rajah," who owned one of the finest pairs of batting eyes in baseball history, entered Wesley Memorial Hospital Monday. Hornsby earned a lifetime bat- ure of the Navy Vanguard to put ting average of .359 and in 1924 a baby moon into orbit. A ground-to-air Bomarc was launched Monday and an unidentified small missile, similar to the Bomarc, was sent speeding skyward trailing a slim streak of , , WCllUkJ. Cluing a auni J\,L \sftn. viv. rose 42 per cent during the same f lniesday a ft e rnoon. Officials 17-year period The traffic safety j at nearb Patrick Mr Force Base conference said state and local of-< di , identuied &e BoMarc but ficials could help reduce these. ^^ to hat t o£ mis , totals by making it tougher to get „ firedJ Tuesday afternoon and keep a driver's license. Rumors , none confirms in the slightest degree, said a Jupiter C carrying a satellite might be fired: this week. Atlas Static Fired While observers scanned the batted a record .424. After retiring rom active play, Hornsby 'took a number of managerial jobs. He is now director of athletic ac- ivities for Chicago Mayor Richard J. Daley's Youth Commission. Guerin Gets Revenge On Celts for Injury By UNITED PRESS It's no secret that Richie Guerin hates the Boston Celtics. The New York Knickerbockers' scrappy guard broke his right thumb in a fist fight xwith the Celtics' Bill Sharman in a preseason exhibition game and was sidelined for six weeks. Guerin had been aching for revenge ever since and Tuesday night he got it, scoring 28 points in leading the Knicks to a 106-103 victory over the Celtics in the feature game of a National Basketball Association twinbill at Madison Square Garden. Bob Pettit tallied only two field goals in the second half but still wound up with 31 points in pacing the St. Louis Hawks to a 102-90 triumph over the Cincinnati Royals in the New York opener.. Cape Canaveral test center Tuesday they saw a. huge Atlas uncovered from its gantry crane ami static-fired in late afternoon. It i was one of two Atlases known to | be on the Cape, and the same one wliich had -been pre-flight-teste: for some three weeks. Unofficial reports were that the "Cotton Prince" Is Honored by IT&PHA INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—The Indiana Trotting & Pacing Horse Assn. Tuesday night honored Carl E. Quinn, Indianapolis, as its "driver of the year," and "Cotton Prince" Whatever Happened To Gary's Tony Zale? TON'Y ZALE By UNITED PRESS Tony Zale, the man of steel, came out of the city of steel was selected as the year." reined 20> winners horse of the (Gary, Ind.) to become a Golden Gloves champion, a stablemale of and placed second 1-1 limes during the 1957 campaign. "Cotton Prince" is owned and driven by Don Taylor, Crawfordsville. Other 1957 leaders: Two-year-old pacers — Mocking Bird, owned by R.C. Larkin, Chicago, and driven by Taylor. Two-year-old trotters — Virgne's Tomboy, owned by W.P. Virgne, Spiceland, and driven by Clark Dishman, Muncie. Two auditors from State Selective Service headquarters, Indianapolis, Thomas M. Monahan and Miss Nora West, are auditing the local Selective Service records this week. They arc checking all clanihcalian. Zen reeislrants and the clerical procedure. It is the first time a complete audit of local Selective Service 1as Seen made. They are required as routine procedure. (Pharos-Tnbune Photo-Engravmg) ing through Thursday, .unless the schedules are settled. The major business of the meeting was expected to come up Friday when faculty representatives! and athletic directors convene |J™' separately and Saturday when they meet together. The faculty must act on an application by Indiana for reinstate- Coach Phil Dickens, for one year last July violation of the new regula- tions on aid to athletes, basing all assistance on demonstrated need. Dickens' reinstatement was expected. Read the Classified Ads Braves and Yankees Arrange Exhibition NEW YORK (UP) — The world champion Milwaukee Braves will meet the New York Yankees again next May 12 at Yankee Stadium in an exhibition night game for charity. The Yankees will turn over their share *ot the receipts to sandlot baseball in the New York area while the Braves will donate their share to the Children's Cancer Research Foundation. Both clubs wiK meet in Milwaukee for another exhibition game in 1959. Barney Ross and finally middleweight champion of the world. His three fights with Rocky Graziano, all ending in knockouts with Tony winning two, were classics of give- and-take. Eventually, Zale lost his crown to the late Marcel Ccrdan but even in. defeat the crowd roared its tribute to his ever-present gamcness. Whatever happened • to Tony Zale? Today, al 44, Tony is an athletic instructor and boxing coach for the Catholic Youth Or- u anizalion in Chicago and makes frequent speaking appearances in the Midwest irr behalf of amateur boxing. DURELE VS LUEDEE TAMPA, Fla. (UP)— Yvon D-u- relle and Jerry Luedee, two aggressive light heavyweight sluggers, will clash tonight al the Fort Heslerly Armory in Tampa's first nationally-televised fight. Durelle, champion of Canada and No. 3 contender for the world 175-pound crown, is favored at 12-5 to beat unranked but dangerous .Luedcc of New Haven, Conn., in their 10-rounder. Turner, Martinez Sign for 2nd Bout PHILADELPHIA CUP)— Gil Tur ner will meet Vince Martinez here Jan. 15 in the second of a series of 12-round elimination bouts to determine a successor to Carmen Basilio's vacated welterweight title. The first bout for the title Basilio vacated after winning middleweight crown from Sugar Ray Robinson was held last Friday when Isaac Logart outpointed Caspar Ortega at Cleveland. The Turner - Martinez fight will be televised nationally, with Philadelphia and vicinity "blacked Read the Classified Ads week and surely by the first of next week. As usual, there was no official comment and reporters had to rely on private contacts. PLANT SHUTTING DOWN ALEXANDRIA (UP)—The aircraft engine parts plant of the Haynes Stellite Co. was closed Tuesday, he firm blamed a defense order cutback for the closing. About 500 employes will be Big Ten Tries Again To Set Grid Cards CHICAGO ('UP) — Big Ten foot ball coaches and athletic directors will try for the second time today to prepare 1961 and 1962 schedules at the opening session of the annual conference winter meeting. First attempts to prepare the schedules were halted by minor disagreements in May. The group forced to find new jobs by Feb. 28.' was expected to continue its meet- CHRISTMAS SHOPPING? Here's the Ideal Gift— A Coin Bank you will be proud to give and a gift of thrift. Open a Savings Account at The National Bank--' HERE'S ALL YOU DO! Come In, or mail in the coupon below with $10 or more to open your Savings Account at The Nationcil-the Wall-Safe Bank is yours Free!-You'll also receive a Save-by-Mail Kit so you ran continue depositing by mail. Open Won. thru Fri., 9 o. m. to 3 p. m. FrL Eve 5 p. m. to 8 p. rn.-Sot. 9 a. m. to Noon • It's a wall-safe coin bank that looks like an expensive picture. • The handsome "swing-out" •Ebonite frame conceals the steel, key-locked bank inside. • 2 decorative, full-color pictures to choose from. -iuu^uxtkiuu WELCOME! MAIL THIS COUPON TODAY FOB YOUR FREE BANK! THE NATIONAL BANK OF LOGANSPdRT I I am,enclosing my check for $ payable to The National Bank of Logansport" to open my savings account. (If sending currency, use registered mail.) Please send me my FREE Bank, Savings Pass Book-and Save- by-Mail Kit. PLEASE PRINT CHECK PICTURE PREFERRED— Antique Car Old Locomotive | NAME I ADDRESS ! CITY ;.. .ZONE STATE. 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