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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 13

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, December 4, 1957
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Wednesday-Evening, December 4, 1957. We i.. . Points Out Value of South Pole Editors Note: In one of the rare interviews he ban grantod as one of the scientific leaders of the U.S International Geophysical _ Year teams in the Antarctic, Dr. Paul A. Siple explains the strategic value of a South Pole base. I, U. Alumni To Hear Reed Fenwick T. Reed, secretary of the Indiana university boJird of trustees, will be the guest speak- By JOHN CAFFIN Unilctl 'Press Staff Correspondent CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand (UP'—The U.S. scientific slation at the South Pole will become the best spot in the world for observing future earth satellites, Dr. Paul A. Siple said today. Siple should know. He has just spent a winter, at tlie lonely, bottom-of-the-world outpost. The 49-year-old scientist first went lo. the Anarcic as a Boy Scout wilh ; .Rear Adm. Richard E. Byrd in, 1928. i ••At present the Russians are ' ^ a( a dinner meetin , prbitms Sputniks in the mid-lat:- of the Alumni club of Cass county to be . t_ 1, ft , „ .iniiiuii I.ILIU UL \_iajn I.ULIII.Y lu u,c Hides as we shall our firs, sate.-1 he|(1 a[ ,,.,„ p m Tuosdayt £ , ec . over both poles along the longi- Approximately 600 residents of tudes Cass county who are alumni of ' "This without a doi:bt. loaves I Indiana university are being in- the South Pole station in the be'tlvited lo this special program, ae- posilion lo observe and record as ; cording lo John P. Ulmer, acting he satellite will pass over the sta-: president of the group, lion each circuit of the earth " | Reservations for Ihe dinner may Such a satellite also would cross i be made with Attorney Frank Tnl- the North Pole but since that is a! her:, phone 3195. Alumni are urged frozen sea and not a continental j lo make their reservations by noon ice cap as the South Pole any st:.- tion buiit at Ihe North Pole would Monday, Dec. 9. Reed, a native of Terre Haute. drift continually with the ocean I an d a -veteran of World War I, currents, Siple said. Siple and four other ^nternation- al Geophysical Year pole men landed here last midnight. They came directly from McMurdo Sound, 2,200 miles away, in a U.il. Air Force C124. most of the way on only three of its four engines. Sq Blame U. S. for ueezing France In Algeria Issue UNITED NATIONS (UP)—Russia charged today tliat "American monopolies" a°re trying-to squeeze France out of Algeria in an effort to impose their own brand of "colonial rule" on the African territory. Soviet Ambassador Arkady A. Sobolev told the General Assembly's Main Political Committee that "oil interests in the Sahara have been playing an ever-greater role in French Algerian policy." "Monopolistic circles on bot'.i sides of the Atlantic count on this underground wealth for greater profits in the future..." Sobolev said. "The American monopolies want all of the interests." Sobolev's speech largely was executive officer of the Indiana military district and an ROTC intruder at I.U. from 1940 until 1945, when he became assistant to the persident of the university. He later was named secretary of the board of trus'.ees. Sisters, Husbands Mark Anniversaries MARKLE (UP)—Three Cavitt sisters and their husbands held a reunion Sunday to celebrate their long marriages. The reunion was planned to coincide with the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Fred West. Mrs. West is one of the sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Freman Truby, have .been married 55 years. Mr. and Mrs. Dan J. Fuller, Albion. Neb., 56 years. They, were among the guests'. But a fourth sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. George Webster, Phoenix, Ariz., were not able to make the trip, although they have been married 5.', years. THAT'S A GOOD POINT . HOLLYWOOD (UP)—The film'"• ing of Eugene O'Neill's "Desire dorsed the anti-French stand taken under The Elms" was delayed, re- by various Arab spokesmen in th: cen ti y wne n producer Don Hart- Algeria debate, but he supported ; man discovered that the ground- the French call for an immediate carpet at tne elm-shaded filming halt to military operations. Earlier, a fresh Arab onslaught against French .policy had deepened the differences hampering U.N. efforts to end the guerrilla war in Algeria. Moroccan Minister Ahmed La- raki told the committee that th; 3-year-old conflict can only be ended by French-Algerian negotiations based on recognition of Algeria's independence. Laraki endorsed the stand taken location consisted mainly of thistles. Hartman ordered his staff to find another spot for Anthony Perkins to make love to Sophia I-oren. "What man would lead Sophia to a spot with thistles?" he asked. and Lebanon in earlier speeches. The French insist that negotiations must be preceded by a cease- fire and the election of local, re- by Tunisia, Saudi Arabia, Syria igional and territorial assemblies. Attend 1957 National 4-H Congress An aspiration shared by many. Indiana 4-H'ers will be fulfilled for these top ranking club members when they arrive In Chicago on. Dec. I for the oj/enins of the 3Cth National 4-H Club Congress. They are the 1957 state winners in their special 4-H projects, and their award Is an expense paid trip to the Congress. They will be among the 2,000 participants attending the five-day ev*nt. Sandre Linlt Ronald Robert! . .. canning . • • toys' "I- Sandra Link, 21, o£ LaPorte county demonstrated expert canning ability In order to win the state 4-H Canning award. Utilization ot home grown loods was one of her achievements. A 12 year 4-H member. Sandra canned over 1,500 jars and helped to can another 1,500 jars during eight years in this project. She won four blue and three red ribbons at the state lair, and gave many canning demonstrations. Sandra completed projects Tanging from baking to rabbits. She -was a junior leader, local 4-H officer, and active in the county 4-H group. She is majoring in home economics at Purdue University. Sha will be guest of Kerr Glass Mfg., donor of the Congress trip. Outstanding work in the 4-H Boys' Agricultural program won the state award for Ronald Roberts, 17, of Kosciusko county. Pride and respect for agriculture on his home farm and in his community were among the ideals that aided him in attaining this honor. Some ot Ronald's many projects were: 15 animals each in beet and beef feeding. 20 hogs, over 3,000 chickens, 72 acres of corn, and over 80 acres in wheat, oats, barley, hay, and soybeans. He also participated in a tractor project. His awards include 10 championships and 11 reserve championships in heifers, crops and poultry. He was Master Beef Showman. Ronald's trip Is provided by International Harvester Co. Learning good construction principles and .how to dress appropriately were prerequisites in the state 4-H Clothing award won by Ann Harlow, IS, oJ Jack•en county. Initiative and Imag- Ann Harlow David 1 Co'chard ... clothing ... dairy ination in designing her clothes' helped win the Congress trip provided by Coats & Clark. Ann began developing her knack -with a needle as an eager young 4-H'er eight years ago. Today her wardrobe is richer by 35 garments, ranging from a woolen suit to gingham school . dresses. Sha was county 4-H Dress Revue champion tor two years, and in 1954 won third place 'in the state revue. Twice she -was chosen as a A-T3. model, and last year as the "Typical 4-H Girl of Indiana." , Ann's latest stitching efforts were dlrecteil towanl a well- rounded college wardrobe. She is a freshman this year at Purdue University. ' David Cochard, 17, of Hancock county, is state winner in tho 4-H'Dairy program. His dairying efforts were rewarded by the Oliver Corporation, donor of the Club Congress trip. David began his dairy project' eight years ago with one cow, a great deal to learn, and many hardships to face. In his fourth , year his heffer broke her neck the night before the county fair. The following year, his bust cow died ot milk lever. But though temptation to quit, was strong, David redoubled his efforts, and • slowly began to get reSults. His cow "Gypsy" won her class in botli junlor-and open shows-at tho 1950 International Dairy Show, and was reserve senior and grand champion in the 4-H show. Today • David's herd numbers. 23, and has helped him earn 100 blue ribbons, 34 championships, and $1,500 in premiums. The Cooperative Extension Service and the University of Purdue direct these national 4-H award programs. Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Thirteen FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE, FROM NOW 'TIL CHR.'STAVAS SEARS WILL BE Open Friday and Saturday Nights 'till 9 p.m. MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY'TILL 5:00 P.M. SALE STARTS THURSDAY HERE'S 28 Selected Gifts! Check your Sears Record Days Christmas Circular for the many exceptional buys in each department. P^ffii ; $W'rft;;l:' : ^ s&: : 'J«.cf^:5»4:.^*n^ Birch and Bronze Table, Chair Set 19'/2 in. tall..... 9.88 Beautiful I o-ply birch finish table. 17x 24-ln. top. Plastic tips on bronze colored metal legs protect floors. Happi-Time Super Service Station With cars.. 5.44 SPECIAL JALEI Station li 18%-in. long, 10'/i-in. d«.p, 8-in. high. 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