Six Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Fear Missing Girl Kidnaped SYCAMORE, 111. ('UP) — More than a thousand volunteers, fearing foul play, today sought a curly haired 7-year-old girl believed kid- naped by a man who offered her a piggy-back ride. An all-night search^ for Maria Ridulph extended mo're than 70 miles from this farming community of 7,000, about 60 miles from Chicago, Maria, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ridulph, Sycamore, was last seen about 7 p.m., Tuesday with a young man believed to be her abductor. Several hours later, searchers had found the doll Maria had been playing with near a neighboring garage. "It definitely looks like a kid- naping," Police Chief William .Hindenburg said. Maria's playm.atc, Cathie Sigmund, 7, said hei friend was with a man named "Johnny" when she last saw her. The man had offered Maria a piggy-back ride, Cathie said. Hindenburg said that, according to Cathie's account, the two little girls were playing together when "Johnny" approached them and offered Maria a piggy-back ride because she had a doll. Cathie returned to her home to get her own doll, but when she returned both Maria and the man were gone. Wednesday Evening. December 4, 1957. Special Purchase The Half Size Knits Sparked' By Beads Vak»es lo 29.95 cm* TO MAN'S CONQUEST OF THE MOON-ThSs space map prelects a tentative! circumnavigation flights (5), directed into an elliptical orbit around the moon and timetable lor man's visit to the moon. The steps to the moon, as illustrated, repre- back to earth. Then a missile with an instrumental pay load (6) will be landed on sent the consensus ot scientists as ot the present time. Earth Satellite, like Sputnik I the moon to transmit further scientific data back to earth. Piloted Satellite (7) wall ocui uii. %.«***»*. ,,., j__ i . .«_,»„ vnr\ +« n-mi>V mnn><- fivo4- «Tnntiii*A infrt mif-or cr\nr>o PIIAT'C *»nilinnipnt VJU\ nP naspn on dnta OFF TO MONACO — Emiko Sawada packs up in Tokyo to leave for Monaco and a visit with Princess Grace. The two became friends when they lived in the same apartment building' In New York. At that time Emiko's lather was at the UN for Japan. (International) TIMBERLAKE'S gift problem. select a SHEAFFERS SNORKEL PEN with personalized P o int! The most pleasing gilt! The perfect point to match their handwriting style. Natural, comfortable... just right from the very first word. Complete selection of models, colors end prices. Sheaffer's Snorkle Pens -from $7.95 up. Other Sheaffer's $2.95 up. COME IN TODAY! TEST "SNORKLE" YOURSELF Your name in gold letters on each pan and pencil. Hundreds to choose from. TIMBERLAKE'S GIFT SHOP "Headquarters For Fine Fountain Pens and Pencils" (1) and our own Vanguard (2) will orbit earth at altitudes ranging from 300 to 1,200 miles for about five years gathering information for later exploration. Some Satellites like Sputnik will cany dogs and other animals. Manned Missiles like North American's X-15 (3) will operate from 40 to 100 miles up during the decade beginning 1959 and will be used to determine man's tolerance of flight beyond earth's effective atmosphere. Larger Satellite* (*) will begin orbiting earth at greater distances than 1,5:00 miles up from 1960. They will probably carry television transmitters for military «Jid long-range weather reconnaissance. Unmanned Flights to the Moon may be started as early as this year or next, but fully in- mark man's first venture into outer, space. Pilot's equipment will be based on data from preceding unmanned flights into space. Experts believe manned satellites will take place within the decade 1970-1980, and may be used as "Space Platforms. 1 * Trip Around the Moon in a Hocket Ship (8) will be launched either from a Spac« Platform or from earth's surface will come in the decade 1980-1990. Launching point will depend upon technological developments, A Landing on the Moon in a giant vehicle (9) is projected in the final decade of The 20th Century. As for travel to the rest of our solar system—there is no prediction—it will come, but most likely not in. our lifetime. This space map will appear in Dee, 10 issue of Look Magazine. * liana lo ine aioon may DC siuneu M eaiij «» im» JC«L u* *«.. n . fc , ««.. *««j ... —. —. —-"•• . " ^ . , : .T5__ . •* „, . , .,„ . -,„ T«***«»in*:«»i«M staumented probes will probably not take place until 1965. Initial trips will be (Geophysical Globe, Copyright 1SSS by Geo-Physical Maps., Inc.—International) Deaf Mute Is Found Dead in Trailer Home ELKHART (UP)—The body of Homer Cowell, 50, a dear mute, was found late Tuesday in his trailer home north o! here. He apparently had burned to death. Authorities said the body was discovered by neighbors who investigated when Cowell failed to appear Tuesday. The door was tied shut with a rope from the inside! and Cornell's body was slumped in a chair. Police said Cowell had been burning fir trees in a stove in the 6 x 10 trailer. They theorized his clothin.g caught fire and he ran outside to put it out. Bits of charred clothing were found in the yard. Then he apparently returned tci the cabin, tied the door shut and sat down in the chair. Woman Succumbs To Crash Injuries HUNT1NGTON (W) — Mrs. Susan Liex, 55, Flint, Mich,, was killed Tuesday when a station wagon crashed into a big truck on snow-covered Ind. $7-9 south of Mount Etna. State police said the station wagon, driven by her husband, Herman, 56, went out of control on slippery pavement, ran into a ditch, lurched back onto the highway and crashed into a truck driven by Howard Wilson, Detroit.. Liex was hospitalized with minor iinjuries. Joint Hearing Planned In Telephone Disputes INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—The Indiana Public Service Commission voted Tuesday lo hold a consolidated hearing on various disputed territories and services rendered by five telephone aompanis in Southwestern Indiana. The hearing will involve territory and service in coal mining communities, and a petition to declare open territory the area now served by the Clay City exchange of the Citizens Telephone Co. Besides Clay Chy, the terrilory cases involve the Riley Exchange of the Union Telephone Co., the Lewis Telephone Co., Black Hawk Telephone Co. and the Farmers' burg Telephone &•;. Change Name Of Hospital PERU—Miami county's only hospital now officially shall be called Dukes Memorial Hospital. The former name was Aaron N. Dukes-Miami County Memorial Hospital. The Board of County Commissioners effected the change at a meeting last night to simplify legal work. The commissioners also appointed viewers of Lot 584 in Oakdale, which will be .sold. The viewers are Rescue Runyan, Harvey Hatin and Joseph Finster. William Leffel. presented a plat to the board for a subdivision in (Mexico. Commissioners agreed to [approve the subdivision when he can furnish a 40-foot street along its south side, Thomas Lund requested the boai-d to approve a layout of a subdivision adjoining the southeast part .of Converse. The board said it would approve it when a regular plat is presented with maintenance provisions included. Elect Officers of Capital Press Club INDIANAPOLIS ('UP)—Fremont A. 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