Anderson Daily Bulletin from Anderson, Indiana on April 4, 1955 · Page 9
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Anderson Daily Bulletin from Anderson, Indiana · Page 9

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oniyn T tirrg LET MATE PINCH UT AND HE'LL UNDERSTAND . 'WOMAN'S DAY' Perhaps the President of the United States never asks the First Lady in the somewhat condescending manner of most husbands, "Well, Dear, what have you been doing all day?" But if he ever has in the past-- !· the future he should have a keener appreciation of just what she has been doing when she an swers casually, /'Well, I visited a flower show, greeted a delegation of women from West Podunk, had my picture taken with two adorable little Brownie Scouts, etc." For the other day the Presi dent pinch-hit for Mrs. Eisen AManCalledPeter GOSPEL TRUMPET CO. 5th ft Chestnut Sts. Ph. 5502 Kwer when illness prevented her om attending a, flower show, nd according to United Press eports, that supposedly simple ttle chore' turned out to be not o simple after all. ' ' NOT ALL PEACHES, CIEAN A brick wall which a couple f photographers had climbed to ;et a better shot of Mr. Eisea- lower came tumbling down am he photographers came tumb- ing down Humpty Dumpty fash on at the President's feet. Gar den club women pressing for a closer look at the President o the United States got' their cor sages crushed. Another photographer, trying for a good sho )f President Eisenhower throw ing a coin into a pond, designat ed as a wishing well, lost hi footing and plunged into the wat er. ' The President even had a three-foot-long alligator thrust a Kim which certainly is a test o anyone's--even a President's -poise. This is all by way of leading up to the moral that it is never bad idea for a wife to let a husband pinch-hit for her occasionally. · It gives a man a better understanding of a woman's day and ought to take the condescension out of any husband's question, "What have you been doing with yourself all day?"--with the im- PRIVATE FOR CHICAGO Of - Private funeral services were slated today for Col. Robert R. McCormick, editor and publisher of the Chicago Tribune and for years one of the na- newspaper exec- Senator Sets New Filibuster Mark Woman Indicted Monday, Aprfl 4. 1955 Airftftoii On Murder Count p a i r Arc Convicted TERRE HAUTE, Ind. W-Mrs. Evelyn Mae Fuller, 33, was indicted for first degree murder Fri- AUST1N, T«. Gft-A talkiiT Texan, member of the State Senate, claims a new filibuster record here. The old champion hollered jgoinf stroaf. in a manner of speaking, when he quit. He said, "I think I could have gone on a!er contended a gun was discharged foul. Sen. Bowie, ion s o utives. The services were held at Can- tifny Farm, his suburban Wheaton Tome where he died early Friday Prom a complication of diseases. The veteran publisher, who was;^ ^_ wmM world renowned as a fighter for ise j w j^ Wayne Wagonseller, 'of talked--with help-for 28 hours and 6 minutes in an effort to prevent a cut in state motor bus registration fees. But'the oto filibuster king, Sen. Jimmy Phillips, of Angletoc, claimed a foul. Phillips was forced accidentally as she tried to take it from her husband. principles, was 74 and had been ailirg nearly two years. BURIAL AT HOME The Rev. Dr. Robert Bowman Stewart, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Wheaton, was to coduct' the private services. McCormick will be buried on the grounds of his Cantigny home. The ome was named for one. of the reat battles in World War I in few more hours tonight, if I'd had to. M . ;·;.;.· · ' ' · · ' . . Actually, Wagonseller had (kmej^-nethinj to the-effect of "Did no more talking than two sympa-jyou know_that, senator?" thctic colleagues during the lastj Under few hours of his oration. Senators Kilmer Corbin, of Lubbock, and William Moore, of Bryan, had kept up a steady rain; of "questions" throughout the afternoon --each question" bein^ about a chapter Senate rules, *** C. Johnsont 36, Indianapolis, I- AT* A- m - i convicted Friday night rf unlawful in INarCOtlCS Inal sale and purchase oT narcotics. A , : · -- -- jthird defendant, Paul Lasley, M, INDIANAPOLIS (^-Herbert S.'Indianapolis, changed his plea to day in the March 14 shooting of Miles, Phoenix. Ariz., and Walteriguilty during the trial. her husband, Wallace J. Fuller, 48-year-old blind lawyer. Mrs. Full- plied reminder, hard at work." "while I was which the 1st Division participated. fcCormick was an artillery commander with the division. A firing squad of eight 5th Army soldiers and a bugler performed he Last military honors for the Colonel. Memorial services will be helc at 2 p.m. CST Tuesday in Chicago's Fourth Presbyterian Church They will be cotiductedTsy Dr. Harrison Ray Anderson, pastor of the Convene Tuesday ELM GROVE-The Lafayette [Township .Woman's Republican lub will meet Tuesday evening with Mrs. Lowell Sumner. 'Mrs ren Binkle will preside. Plans are Being completed for lie Leach and Linwood eighth raders trip which will be hel Wednesday. The students will go Turkey Run Park. George principal, and .Rober will accompany t h Dissette, Windlan :rpup. The Leach eighth grade pupils will give their annual play next month at the local school. ional record by talking 23 hours and 35 minutes in support of more charity beds for John Sealy Hospital at Galveston, PHILLIPS PROTESTS "If they'd a let me do like he did," said Phillips, "I coulda talked all summer." . Wagonseller'$ leg was shot up during World War II. Senate rules were relaxed enough to permit him to lean or sit on his desk during much of the questioning. Whether Wagonseller's e f f o r t of the Texas Almanac, followed by was in vain remains in doubt, The Senate has tabled bis proposal. The Bowie senator was still speaker! for cour- tecy resolutions, or questions from other members without losing his I right to continue speaking. Accidents killed more than 90,000 people in the United States in 1954. Barnes Jr., daughters of his late brother, Medill McCormick. Details of the future management of the Tribune will be announced McCormick widow, Mrs. is survived by his Maryland Mathison McCormick, whom he married in 1944. His first wife, Amy Irwin Adams McCormick, whom he married in 1915, dieji in 1939. He had no children. Also surviving are two I I j T\ f*t L MM- 1 v v W * W * M. i. VUXK W J.AA fc/*i CBia4JtV/U4JV-C.U church and Dr Stewart. The serv- after ft £uner1 McCormick MV . ces will be broadcast by radio j station. WON, one of McCormick's enterprises. In Canada, officials of Ontario ?aper Co., founded fay McCormick, said memorial services would be held in churches this afternoon IP Thorold, Bai Comeau, Shelter Bay, Franquelin and Heron Bay. SURVIVORS LISTED Ex-National Legion Commander Expires CHICAGO UR--Edward A. Hayes, former national commander of the American Legion, died Friday of a aeart attack in the Alexian Brothers Hospital. He was 62. He had undergone surgery ai the hospital last week. An attorney, Hayes was bora in Morrison ville. 111., reared in Decatur, 111. and had lived in Chicago since the end of World War II. Hayes was Illinois commander of the Legion in 1929-30 and tional commander in 1933-34. Tribune after his death. McCormick had been associated with the Tribune, founded by his grandfather, Joseph _MediU, since 1911. He was president of the Tribune Co., which owns the Tribune, New York Daily News and the Ontario Paper Co. of Thorold, Ont. The company in 1953 "reported its gross income was "approximately a quarter billion dollars." McCormick's death brought ex pressions of sympathy and regrei from President Eisenhower, news paper and news executives, mem lieces, Mrs. Ruth McCormick ^bers of Congress and hundreds o 'ankersley and Mrs. Courtland D.tother persons. Shop Town and Country for C+aler 2Jime SU ITS COATS by Cresfmoore and Fashion Bui/f Backache?.. fEIHAPS YOU! OPEN EVENINGS TIL 8 P.M. AND ALL DAY WED. ORLON KNITS EASTft MILLINERY ACCISSOtlfS MESSES in JR.'*, MISSES and HALF SIZES Nft 4 PraMy COTTONS from 8.95 op 2-7803. AT "*S IELIHEI THOUSANDS NOW you can get proper body support in complete comfort. The BACK SUPPORTER mattress supports the user in natural sleep posture position, regardless of weight, yet provides surface softness for perfect rest. This "doctor approved" mattress has relieved thousands of back trouble due to a mattress that was too soft or too hard and lacking in proper support value. 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