Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 20, 1957 · Page 11
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 11

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, November 20, 1957
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I ruoui/ Wednesday Evening, November 20, 1957. 20 Industries Tap European Technologists American Companies Pool Funds To Gain Foreign Know-How CHICAGO (UP)—A unique cooperative program of rounding up European technological know-how and channeling it into American industry is being expanded. Jts originator said Lhe program proved, "extremely valuable" inj its first year of operation in filling i a vacuum that had existed in relations between American industries and their counterparts over- *eas. Twenty non-competing industries —including such sizable firms as Ohio Oil Co., Caterpillar Tractor Co.. Quaker Oats Co., Gillette Co.,, and Parke Davis and Co.—fi-j nanced the pilot year of operation, j They put up about $9,000 each a year to support a team of five Armour Research Foundation technologists in Europe. Irving D. Canton, assistant manager of the ARF international de- parlment and the originator, said the technologists channeled back • to their sponsors "a wealth of information on new products, processes and research trends." The original list of sponsoring firms includes four from each ot> five fields-mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, chem- istry, chemical engineering and metallurgy. The ARF assigned a technical observer to each of the five groups. The observers are headquartered in The Hague, The Netherlands, but spend almost 50 per cent of their time on the road. They've visited every western European capital except % Madrid and Lisbon. The observers contact European firms in similar or related work, visit plants and laboratories, at- Lend scientific meetings and trade fails, scan technical literature- and keep tab on developments at the international patent office in The Hague. Hospital Notes MEMORIAL id Mrs. Charles Dr. R. W. Ragsdale Forecasts Boom For Midwest INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—Dr. Ray W. Ragsdale, superintendent of the Los Angeles District of the Methodist Church, said " Tuesday the city challenges the church with "its growth, secularism, loneliness, its lack of moral leadership and its wistful searching for new life'." The noted author and lecturer issued the warning in a talk before about 500 delegates at the annual meeting of the City Council and Church Extension Society. "If our spiritual life is to have meaning, the church must be prepared to meet those challenges which the city is presenting," he said. Lift Ban on AF Comment E. Moss (D-Calif.) complimented Snyder for his action. Rep. Dante Fascell (D-Fla.) said this type of order gave to the pub,110 an impression of a "cover-up" By ;VElL MacNE-'L 'about the satellite program. United Press staff Correspondent j Snyder assured the subcommit- WASHTNGTON (UP)-Assistant tee that the department had one Defense Secretary Murray Snyder single objective in its information said today that a ban on potential- policies on the satellite program— ly embarrassing Air Force com-j to have "only accurate informa- ment on space satellites has been lifted. Snyder inf ° rma tion subcommittee that the Oct. 9 order, issued to officers of the Air Research ant Development Command five days after Russia launched its. first Sputnik, vio- ings, 2724 Emmett Drive, a son. Admitted: Thomas Martin Camden: Charles Meyers, 201 Ts-.nguy' -street; Master James Robf-rson. Lucerne: Mrs. Dolla Barnes, 1328: Chicago street; Ruben .Jones, roulej 6; Harvey Newman, Idaville; Dale Foley, Moncicello. Dismissed: Miss Alice Buchanan, 82 Fifteenth street: Mrs. Mol- iie Dillon. Camclen: Earl Leazenby, route 2; Mrs. Nellie McGuire, Fort Wayne:. Claude N'eff, roule 2. ST. JOSEPH'S Admitted: Mr. Richard Weser, Chayrun Fall. Ohio; Master Richard Bridenbaugh, .827 Seven- teenth'sSreet. Dismissed: Master Mark Milo, Knox; Miss Patty Stewart, route 3: Mrs. Agnes Parker 914 Catla street. the country. "This means the challenge of building new churches and forming new congregations to meet that growth," he said. He sa.id the church must meet the searching of people for new life by offering them a "real religious sxperience," not an "aspirin-like solution that only temporarily ends the search for richer, fuller living." tion" given to the public. This was the reason, he said, that the three services directed on Oct. 9 that no information or comments on the satellite program be given to the press. Asked whether Iha second directive came directly from the Presi- lated Defense Department infor-|dent or from the nation's Security mation policies. He said he hoped j Council; Snyder answered, "I have the official who issued it would no knowledge of any such instruc- be "censured." Snyder denied knowing anything Indonesia Hopes to Nab New Guinea By (lie Uniied Press Indonesia is talking about conquering Netherlands New Guinea unless the Dutch government gives it up. The "neutralist" government of the republic, which attained its in- Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Eleven „ ., .. itake Netherlands New Guinea, tr east. Indonesia calls the territory I weslern New Guinea, by fores "West Irian." ^ | Nevertheless, the dispute is'po- Indonesia's claim is based large-; tentially serious, if only because ly on the ground that it ought to ( any trouble areas helps Soviet inherit everything the Netherlands j Russia in the cold war. possessed 'in that part of the] There is also the fact that the world. However, New Guinea is,United States, for reasons of pot- obviously a separate territory. Us [icy, has said it would remain people are of an entirely different racial stock than Indonesians. In recent weeks, as the time for the U.N. debate neared, Indonesian leaders have been increasingly threatening in their statements. Foreign Minister Subandrio said. 'neutral" in the U.N. debate. Ohio~Man"HeldT~ For Robbery of Terre Haufe Safe TERRE HAUTE (UP)—William in a statement during a visit to Albert Scully, 47, Columbus, Ohio, i the Philippines, that the New was held in jail here today in con- tions." u».r ux,» wwiui_u ji.uv/vy 1115 aiijf LJiiug uujuci. iuiu Ult: oLlULUmniJllOfi about another Air Force order, is-j that the three armed services hadi bv " lis situ a'ion and with its pos- si'ed by the same official Oct. 17, | acted on Oct. 9 on their own aiid! scssion of 2 . 0 9° islands spread which indicated that President had not received, as far as he I a ' 0 "g a 3,000-mile stretch between Eisenhower may personally have know, any orders to do so. He ordered a gag-rule on all com- ] said he had. not ordered them to ments on this country's satellite j take such a step and neither did dependence from the Netherlands in 1949, has never been able to control its own territory. Revolts are chronic in several I Guinea' situation could lead to a nection with'lhe robbery of a safe areas. The army is unruly with' wor ] d war unless the U.N vote at the McGraw Drug Store early its officers split into factions. The| wen t ; n j{ s favor. -Tuesday. Communists have made danger-! Threatens Use of Force j Scully, called by police a "pro"Indonesia must use force if the j fessional safe cracker," was ar- Irian issue is rejected by the U.N.! rested by four squads of police The Netherlands has made it'as he left the store in pre-dawn plain that it will not give up its! darkness. Police had been alerted ous gains in recent elections. Snyder told the subcommittee 1 II might be thought that, faced program. The official who issued both orders was Haroid M. Helfman, deputy director of information at the Air R< Command, — „, „.„. Subcommittee Chairman John Read the Classified Ads AUTOS COLLIDE Cars driven by Richard Reuhier, 18, rouie 1, Burnetlsville, and David Payne, 17, of 423 Coles street, were involved in a minor accident at 2:5!i p.m. Tuesday at Sixth and Broadway. Reuhier had stopped in the traffic and was bumped from behind by Payne when the brakes on the second car failed to hold. Defense Secretary Neil McEIroy. But he said "They were not gag orders." They were intended, he said, to assure that comment, from .ir Research and Development the military would be. "autii'orita- nand, Baltimore, Md. live and not misinterpreted abroad." , the Indian Ocean and the Pacific, part of New Guinea. I by a passerby. Also, it happens that Australia] Found on his person was $200, the Indonesian government might | control's the remainder of New I the amount missing from a safs 152 pnntpTlt. fn frv tn ruin if-c nwrt /-i..: i i_:_t.j. i I ...t_:_i- t j I I.— _..-.. .'.. M._ be content to try to rule its own 82 million people. Demanding Possession Guinea, part outright, part under j which was found broke open in the a U.N. trusteeship. jstore, Australia has made it plain that:tools. and an array of burglary But Indonesia is demanding in,in no circumstances will it permit! Authorities said there was a pos- the United Nations this week that Indonesia to take over Dutch Newjsibility Scully may have been in- the Netherlands surrender the 151,000 square miles of its New Guinea. volved in the $500 robbery of a It is hardly likely that Indonesia safe in a garage at rearby Brazil Guinea territory which lies to the would get anywhere if it tried toia few hours earlier. Happy folks in Logansport A lot of folks in Logansport and surrounding territory are going to have a merrier Christmas this year because—along about this time last year—they decided to join the Christmas Club at First Federal. These people have been putting a little money into the Club every week since then. First Federal last week paid out over $156,000.00 to its 1957 Christmas Club members for Christmas fun and frolic. First Federal says the greatest joy it has all year is writing these Christmas Club checks. And your First Federal Christmas Club savings draw dividends, and thus add to your Christmas money next year. And even your Christmas Club money at First Federal is insured by an agency of the U. S. Government. I JOIN OUR 1958 "DIVIDEND PAYING" j | Christmas Saving Club Now f | All you do is to put in any sum you please each | | week, from 50 cents up. (The $1 and $2, clubs are * H the most popular.) Come in .and ask for further * L details. * : K CURRENT DIVIDENDS PER YEAR 314 Fourth Street ASSETS OVER $12!/i MILLION ALLSTATE Jr. 50-pc. Electric Train VISIT SEARS TOYIAND AT SEARS FARM STORE 5TH & NORTH 6-Unit Lionel Freight Train HERE'S WHAT YOU GET: 4-Wheel Drive Locomotive, Tender, Flat Gar with Lumber, Gondola with 4 canisters, Flat Car with 3 pipes, Caboose, 45-Watt Transformer, 8 curved and 2 straight tracks make 103-in. oval. Run train forward or backward, fast, slow or remote control; couple, uncouple cars with uncoupling control. Engine has realistic piston-rod action, and headlamp. 52-inches long. Assortment of Steel Carrier Trucks 88c «ach Locomotive, Tender, Box Car, Gondola, and Caboose, 2 jectionj itraigM and 8 jeclioni curved track, 30-watMransformer, lock-on track connector, 4 high tension poles, 1,2 railroad figures, railroad station, semaphore, 2 lamp posts, 5 baggage accessories, crossing signal, 7 signs. 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"Comet" pedal- drive auto 13*8 36 in. long/ 17 in. wide It's the dream of all the younger set... the 1957 "Comet". Smooth ball bearing drive action, big 8-in. wheels, a bright enamel finish make this a smooth-riding beauty in any child'i language. Happi-Time red 'n white tricycle Q44 10-in. front wheel Put your youngster in th« enjoyment picture . , . Put him on a shiny new tricycle that hat streamline new front fender design, adjustable handlebars and seat and ball bearing wheels for those really smooth rides ahead. Regular 11.95 Happi-Time tricycl* 12-in. front wheel. &&M&» Soft Loxable 15-ln. All Vinyl Doll Regular 3.93 A QA Assortment ZeOO Big 15-in. dolls with vinyl head, rooted hair, sleeping eyes, coo hoir ribbon, knit Big 161/2-ln. Walking Doll Reg. 5.95 M QQ Only 4.7O Give the little make-believe moth* er a gift she'll love and treasurer. Doll walks with "model grace", in choice of dresses and hair styles. A life siie doll. 5TH & NORTH PHONE 4103

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