Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 27, 1957 · Page 7
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 7

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, November 27, 1957
Page 7
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LIBKAKK Wednesday Evening, November 27, 1957. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Seven Meet Sir Francis Cassel, A Real Busy Englishman NEW YORK iUP) — Sir Francis | repute and builder, among ether Cassel, a blond, blue-eyed, heavy j things, of iron ore mines and the 1 sweatered, lanky Englishman who'graat Aswan Dam. His father was spreads himself medium thin running a farm, a hospital, a potted- plant nursery, race ,horses, and international financial interests such as oil and nuclear power, is here on another professional labor judge advocate general and a man who did not think small boys sfnuld be seriously interested the piano. Heard Finance, Music From childhood, Francis was accustomed to hearing talk of the He makes his American debut tonight in a piano concert at Car- j ways of finance but he also got negie Hall This is his first visit Ian earful of music; my grancl- to the United States but he can't j mother -was always having people afford to tarry long: "I'll just see like Paderewski and Melba in to the cnnnrmarl^c anrl an nnme." visit." AS S TOSUlt: "I SCCm tO do the supermarkets and go home. He doesn't really think of himself as busy. He works fast, hopping from one business to another, and a typical day goes like this: Typical Dally Schedule Up at 7:15 — piano practice for an hour .- study the financial papers — practice another hour- tend to farm and nursery business visit." As a well financially — even at concerts. Not many people sell out tho Albert Hall." Sir Francis'was the first English man to play alone at Albert Hall- foreigners had done it but never before an Englishman. This was in 1942. At intermissions, he would hurry out .0 see how he was doing —to London for a ho«Hal admin °« ** horses. It was fine. During hospital admin-j the toncert ho WQn> jn all _ „„ istrative meeting — to the races i . ,. , (no lunch) - back home, piano \POimds, which . . ,. . worth nhrmf S practice two huurt — dinner — to bed and study financial papers- half hour making financial decisions—to sleep. Sir Francis began playing the piano at age four, gave his first public concert at 17, and has toured Europe as a concert artist. But during the last few years his concerts have been confined to .one a year, at London's Royal Albert Hall, which capacity. he packs to 7,000 Of all his activities, he says, "I like the piano best — but I believe I'm naturally better at fj- 250 at that time was worth about $1,200. Besides piano and international finance, Sir Francis' interests include: board chairman of Cassel Hospital, which threats functional nervous disorders; owner of Put- teridge Nurseries, which he has built up to a 180,000 po'ted-plant turnover every six months; 'Operator .of a farm producing milk, chickens, meat and field crops; race course representative for MJSS Dorothy Paget (29 flat racers 20 jumpers). He insists his theory of lite is that "it's better to do a lot of Okr&&NEU& True Life Adventures CHOICE of •the CHASE. DEPT. MANAGERS' WHEN HOTLW PURSUED MOTHER KANGAROO KHAGHES INTO HER FOUCH AMP.... , sweeping price-cuts in every department hurry...some quantities limited save now—pay Wards later on terms ...TOSSES HER BAB 1 -/ INTO AN BUSH.. ::<?'•-'•;= BEDDING DEPT. FASHION DEF'T. 1957 Fall Dresses Jr's, Misses and Women's nance because it's in my blood,"jthings badiy than one thing well" His great uncle was Sir Ernest but it ijardly seems to fit him. Cassel, a financier of international I After all, what's ha doing badly? QT IS THOUfSHT THAT MOTHER: is TRVINS TO SAVE HER i-yOUHSSTER. \H CASE SHE HERSEUF K3 CAUSHT. DnJtibLted bj King Fcilwei SfnJkate. 11'£-7 Offer Site for Science Academy . WASHINGTON 7 (UP)—President! Eisenhower has been offered a site up to 2,300 acres in size in the Fort Wayne, Ind., area for construction of a National Aacd- emy of Science. Samuel W. Fletcher, prominent Fort Wayne businessman, sent a letter to the White House offering 250 acres of land he owns and pledging any additional amount up to 2,300 acres. Charles Evans, leading a British expedition which conquered Mt. Kanchenjunga, the world's third tallest peak, in 1855, did not. touch the final six feel; as a concession to natives. 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Power Tools-Floor Samples-One Only . 39.88 . 39.88 . 39.88 . 29.88 . 19.88 . 29.88 . 19.88 ONE TABLE of HARDWARE 50% OFF Wrench Sets, Hinges Sets, Door Closer, Boxed Screws and Bolts, Electrical Supplies, Drills, C-Clamps, iff Steel Tapos, Hack Saw, Grinding Wheel, Storm Door Cover. Reg. 54.95 Portable Sander Reg. 49.95 Grinder, Honor, Sander Reg. 57.95 6" Portable Saw Reg. 36.98 V*." Drill and Stand Reg. 29.95 Vi" Drill Reg. 36.95 6" Power Saws Reff. 24.95 Vt," Drill PAIiNT DEPT. 25% lo 30% Off Reg,, 1.79 Satin Enamel qt. Reg.. 1.50 Thix-O-Flat qt. Reg, 5.85 Satin Enamel .gal. Reg. 4.85 Thix-O-Flat g°l- 125 1.00 4.00 3. L MEN'S DEPT. One Big - Big Table . 4.78 100% Orion Sweater. M-4 Key. 2.98-3.98 L/S Sport Shirt-Wool or Cotton Re£|. ,27.50 Leather Jackets, 40 to 46, Black or Brown 3.99 1.77 17.88 FINAL SWEEP - DOOR BUSTER VALUES Reg. 10.95 Rayon and Orion Blanket 6" Binding, Yellow, Blue, Rose 72"x90" Reg. 13.95 to 15.95 100% Wool Blanket 6" Nylon Binding. 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