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Two Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune DAILY RADIO PROGRAMS -ALL LISTINGS DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME- WMAQ (670) WON (720) WBBM (780) (890) WSAL (1230) SATUHDAYEVENING .00 Paris Spotltsht J1S Paris Spotlight Howard Musical 45 Howard Musical Earls. Wash. Report Buddy Black Buddy Black TEA TBA Buddy Blade Buddy Black New ii Spiritual Power Xews Jack Brlnkley State Sports Final Trail Drifters Trail Drifters .00 Blsr Preview 15 Big- Preview 30 Big Prsvlew 45 Bie Preview Newi Buddy Black Uoahacfcled Unshackled Escape Escape Xight TVatch Night Watch Country Junction Country Junction Hayloft Frolics Hayloft Frolic-i Farm Quiz Farm Westerner Westerner 8 00 Scarl't Pimpernel 15 Scarl't Pimpernel 3O Qra.no Opry 43 Brand Opry Hawaii Calls Hawaii Calls Lomtoardoland Lombardoland 2 for Money National Barn Dmno.Westerner national Barn Danes Westerner New. Hayloft Party Guy Lombardo Country StyU Hayloft Party Guy Lombardo .00 Fibber 115 Chan 'SO Chan. 45 Chan Chicago Chicago Chlcaxo Chicago Country Weatherman Orchestra Barn Dance Party Barn Dance Party Meet The Folks Meet The Folks Chicag-o Theater Chicagro Theater Chicago Chicago 10 Newi 15 Chan 30 Chan 45 Chan Earle, National Barn Dance Pettlt, News Senator Sports National Barn Dance Xlsnt atch News Cap.

Cloakroom National Barn DanceNlfdit Watch Chicago at Cap. Cloakroom National Barn DaneeXlght Watch SUNDAY MORNING I 00 Men Who Sing Men Who Slnff 30 Faith In Action 45 Art 01 Living: Xtwm Ulrnle Slrnon Ernie Simon Ernie Simon Garden Gate Sunday News, Weather Sunday Serenade Radio Bible Claas Radio Bible Reform Church Reform Church News-Muilo SKfrefl Heart Broadway Broadway .00 Radio Pulpit 111 Radio Pulpit 30 Comic Weekly 45.Com1o Wekly Newi Ernie Simon Ernie Simon Ernie Simon Church of ilr Newn Ave Maria Hour Church" of Air Little Brown Church Ave Maria Hour Josh Brady Little Brown Church Designed for L's-slnj Josh Brady Show Little Brown Ctinrcti Designed tor Us'nlni 10 00 Kews 15 Sunday Supplem't 20 Sunday Supplem't 45 Sunday Supplem't Ernie Simon News Ernie Simon Ernie Simon JOSD Brady Josh Brady Show Josh Brady Josh Bradr Voice of US3IC Band Voice of Prophecy Muiilcal Memoirs Christian In Action Memoirs Tirlstlsn In Action Church Broadcast 11 00 Newt 15 Sunday Supplem 30 Sunday Supplem't 45 Sunday Supplem't News Ernln Simon Buddie Black Buddie Black Josh Brady Josh Brarty Josh Brarty Snow Josh Brady of Israel of Nepro Choir Negro Choir Church Broaocast Church Broadcast Clhcircft John T. Flynn SUNDAY AFTERNOON 12 00 Eternal Light News 15 Eternal Light Facts SO 0. C. Round Table Dick Coughlan TJ.

C. Round Table Dick Cougnlan WBBM Was Howard K. Smltb Howard Smith Leading Question World Tomorrow World Tomorrow Amateur Hour Amateur Hour Wo rid News Wo rid Traveler Guy LomDflrdo GUT Lombardo Cut hollo Hour 115 Catholic Hour Iso Amer. Forum Amer. Forum News Dick Coilffhlan Dick Couchlan Senator Ferguson Leading Question Symphonette Serenade Invite to Learning Amateur Hoar Amateur Hour Wings of Healing Wings of Heallne "Play Ball Play Ball Cubs Baseball Cubs Baseball New Dimensions Il5.New '30 Church Council 45 Church Council Top Tunes Top Tunes Reviewing Stand Reviewing Stand On A Sunday On A Sunday On A Sunday On A Sunday Worship Hour Worship Hour Herald Ot Herald Of Truth Cubs Baseball Cubs Baseball Cubs Baseball Cubs Baseball 00 Live and Learn 115 Live and Learn, Weekend 45 Weekend News Dick Coughlan Dick Coughlan Dick Coughlan Soap Box Derby On A Sunday On A Sunday On A Sunday Revival Hour Revival Hour Revival Hour Revival Hour Cuts Baseball Cubs Baseball Neva-Music ,00 Weekend I 15 Weekend Weekend 45 Weekend Shadow Shadow True Detective On A Sunday On A Sunday World Today World Today Light and Light ind Sincing Strings Singing Strings The Shadow The Shadow True True 00 Amer.

Forum I 15 Amer. Forum '3O NBC Concert 45 NBC Concert Nick Carter Nick Carter Bob Sports Gene Autry Gene Autry St. Louis Summer St. Louis Summer AM Headlines Paul Harvey Hour of Decision Hour of Decision Nick Carter Nlclt Carter Bob Harry Wismer SUNDAY EVENING 00 NBC Concert 115 NBC Concert 30 Conversation 45 Conversation Lutheran Hour- Lutheran Hour Voice ot Prophecy Voice of Prophecy Juke Box Jury Juke Box Jury Box Jury Juke Box Jury Church In Church In News, Frolics Frolica Rod-Gun Club Rod-Gun Club Freedom Story Music By Stars ,00 Sunday Garroway Golf Tourney Gary Crosby Town Meeting '15 Sunday Garroway Golf Tourney Gary Crosby Town Meeting- 30 Sunday Garroway Back to God Little Town Meeting- 45 Sunday Garroway Back to God Margie Singing Strings Proudly We Hail Proudly We Hall Reviewing Stand Reviewing Stand 8 00 Sunday Garroway News The Cobbs 15 Sunday Garroway Music The Cobbs SO Sunday Garroway Bible Class Freddy Martin 45 Sunday Garroway Bible Class Freddy Martin Taylor Grant Country Junction Country Junction Country Junction Mygrant Show Mygrant Show Mygrant Show Mygrant Show .00 Inheritance 115 Inheritance 30 Meet The 45 Meet The Press Behind Headlines Facts Forum Enchanted Hour Enchanted Hour Gene Autry Gene Autry Weatherman Et. Program Paul Harvey Rhythm Party Revival Revival Men's Corner Hazel Markei Little Symphony Here's to Vets 10 00 Utley.

News 15 Rays.In 30 End 45 Day's End Wings Of Wings Of Sonr Lutheran Nichols, News News News Pettlt, News Dance Orch Gospel or Bible in Ne Melody Mill Songs In the NIsrMSpeak tow Melody Mill Sonem (n the NlghtSpeak Low Many Drivers Fined At Peru PERU, Geraldine Shannon, 18, of 522 Tenth street, Logansport, one of many drivers fined here Friday, was fined $5 and costs in city court on a reckless driving charge. State Trooper John Kusie, who arrested the girl, said she went into an curve too.fast, careened to the wrong side of the road and then veered back the right side, skidding and turning the vehicle over. Mrs. Vada Van Dyke, 36. route 1, Lafayette, was fined S100 and' costs and had her right to drive suspended for one year for driving under the 'influence.

A public intoxication charge against her was dismissed. Several other motorists appeared in city court and were each fined S15.75. They included Lawrence Downam. 46, Marion, for disregard- in ga stop sign; Richard A. Derry, 43, Indianapolis, improper passing; and Herbert Pelton, 53.

route 2, Lowell, for following too close. Drivers who were fined S15.75 for speeding were: Jorn R. Barney, 45, Indianapolis; Doris Easi- lund, 36; Forest Anderson, 39, Kansas City, Merrill Personett, 40. 431 North Broadway; James Hichards, 38, Galveston; Michael Lompart, 32, LaGrange Par, and Lawrence Romine. 19.

route 3, Mrs. Lola Brindle, 52, Passes Away At Peru PERU, Lala Octave Brindle, 52. of 4 Highland Place, died at 12:45 p.m. Friday at Dukes hosptial, following an illness of several months. Born at Payne, Ohio, on Oct.

30, 1901, to Charles and Sarah (King) Westrick, he was married on Feb. 28. 1919, to Harry who survives. She was member of the St. John Lutheran church.

Surviving with the hnsbanrl are three sons, Bernard L. of Logansport, Jack of Peru and Richard E. of Indianapolis; a daughter. Mrs. Oarl Mills of here; nine grandchildren; and two brothers, Lloyd Westrick of Greencastle and Earl of Fort Wayne.

Friends 'may call after seven o'clock this evening at the Eikenberry mortuary and last rites will be conducted at 2:30 p.m. Monday a.t St. John's Lutheran church. The Rev. A.

H. Gallmeier will be in charge and interment will be in Mount Hope cemetery. Harry Veach of Peru, Earl of Laketon, Walter of Everett, and Russell, in Iowa; two sisters, Mrs. Lillian Johnson and Mrs. Fern Stuart, both of Valparaiso; and three grandchildren.

Friends may call after four o'clock this afternoon at the Fisher funeral home, where final rites are pending. FINE SPEEDER Cleadthus N. Hardy of Flint, was fined SI and costs when lie pleaded guilty to a speeding charge in the local justice court Friday night. Hardy was arrested by State Trooper Sam Burch. Heart Attack Is Fatal To Ruth E.

Kettenring Mrs. Ruth Ethel Kettenring, 66. died 1:45 p.m. Friday after suffering a heart attack at her home on route 2. city.

She was rushed to St. hospital, but was pronounced dead on arrival. She had been ill for the past three years. Born at Marion on July. 22.

1SSS, she was the daughter of Grant and Minnie (Bowmanl Veach. Is survived by her husband, August; a son by a former marriage. Louis B. Andrew of Marion; a daughter. Mrs.

Juanila Spring, also of route 2, city; four brothers. 2 Showi Night Starrinf Ar Duik Qpon Vi Hour Earlin "HONDO" (color) John "The Louis Story" (First Run) Coley Edwardl COLOR CARTOON DST Saturday Evening TV Programs WTTV-TV WNBQ-TV WFBM-TV Channt! 4 Channel 5 Channel 6 Chandler Trio Ethel Albert Ft Row Theater Curtain Call Clock Amateur Hoar Bank on Stars Amxtiar Boor Stage Show 8 Saturday Review Saturday Storr Ford Saturday Review Private Secretary Saturday Private Secretary Blue Angel Two In, LOT The Hunter Star Inner Sanctum Janet Dean Blgf Music Xewsphotos Grand Red Top Sunday Afternoon TV Programs 12i 2 4S 3 5 4f 45 World Today Faith Frontiers Weitern 10 Amer. Forum Zoo On the Farm On Farm Cisco Kid Roy RoBert Feature Film Catholic Hour Garden Grow Film Film Film Amer. Forum Zoo On the Farm Roy Rogers Western TBA Gilbert Forbei TBA Janet Dean Cowboy Sunday Matinee Sunday Matinee Pride or Family What In World I Youth Stand Wild Life Asia Crossroads Sunday Evening TV Programs 6 15 JO 46 7 J3 4C 9 lOjs 41 1 News Indust. on Par.

Mr. Peepers Comedy Hour TV.PIayhous* Dollar a Justice Family Two In Sign. OH Music 1 TV Theatre Mr. Your Comedy Hour 1 Toast of Town 1 TV Dollar a Second The Hunter Alex Big Play back Sports Star Hour GE Theater Man Behind Badge Capt. Bradock News Big Playback What'b Mr L.in«T Night Owl Vote Increase In Debt Limit WASHINGTON (UP) The Senate finally heeded urgent administration pleas Friday and voted a temporary six billion dollars increase in the federal deot ceiling.

vote. The action came after Chairman Eugene D. Millikin of the Senate Finance Committee warned that the government could not pay its bills without the added leeway. The measure, stalled for more than a year in the Senate, now to" the House which voted last year to increase the debt limit on a permanent basis by the full Twelve Mile School Opens On August 20 TWELVE day of sche-rf here for the 1954-55 terra will be Friday, August 20, Trustee Marion Hopkins announced Friday. School will convene, he said, at 8r05 a.m.

and will continue until approximately 10 o'clock. Regular school hours wiH be from 8:05 a.m. until 3:25 p.m. Books' will be placed on sale in the gym Friday and hours' will be from 1 until 4 p.m. and from 7 to 8 p.m.

The faculty will a full day organizational meeting beginning at 9 a.m. Thursday, August 19. Members of the faculty include: Julian Polk, principal and mathematics; William Jones, commerce, driver training, coach and boys' physical education; Miss Rachel Bell, social studies and Latin: Miss Phyllis Smith. English and social studies and Thomas Gilliatt, vocational agriculture, biology and chemistry. Mrs.

Louise Addington will teach home economics and school accounts; Mrs. Martha Scott, commerce, girls' physical education and will be in charge of the school newspaper; Miss Mira Mow will teach music; Mrs. Mary Irven, grades 6 and Mrs. Nora E. Brown, grades 4 and Mrs.

Florence Miller, grades 2 and and Mrs. Mary Brown, gcad-es 1 and 2. Bus drivers include Carl Rudicel, 15 billion dollars originally sought by the administration. The House either can accept the Senate action or send the bill to a joint conference committee to! work out a compromise. The Senate bill would increase the present 275-biHion-dollar legal limit on the national debt to 2811 billion dollars but only until June 30, 1955.

Then it would drop back to 275 billion dollars. Tbe federal debt stood at 120,000,000 on Aug. 10. CYCLIST KILLED MISHAWAKA, Ind. (UP)-Clarence L.

Neu, 55, Elkhart, was killed Friday when a car struck his bicycle. The motorist, who was not held, said Neu swerved into the path of the car. The answers to everyday insurance By Harold W. Bodinson QUESTION: A short time ago we were involved in a minor collision with our car and although there was no damage to either car, the other driver did get a bad bump on his head. He said he was all right and to forget it so we didn't report it but friends tell us complications could arise from that bump aad that we'should report it to our Insurance Company.

Is this so? ANSWER: Yes, That bump constitutes a Personal Injury and' should be reported immediately to your Insurance Company. you'll address your own insurance questions to this offico, we'll try to oive you the correct answers and there will no charge or obligation of any kind. R. D. PIERCE AGENCY (Incorporated) 118 Fourth Street Tel.

3939 Over 25 Years of Insurance Service MDIANA EACH ENDS Of Apache Pass" "Yellow COOPER SIDNEY WREA Dnm. pirn, iftrt; tte "Jarf eaT of helpless, topefes tmmtiity! PLUS 3 BIG COLOR CARTOONS 3 SHAFERLAKE-MONTICELIO 'Playground of Midwtst' coming to the lakeside pavil li on at Indiana Beach RALPH FLANAGAN and his band FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18 PM AM DST ADMISSION $1.64 PLUS TAX DANCE! DANCIU DANCE! finest bcndt in land night of of Indiana PLAhTING NIGHTLY Dick Halleman and his orchestra with Libby Pickard. SATURDAY LAST DAY GARDEN OF EVIL -TECHNICOLOR Starting Tomorrow For A Week's Engagement A Lusty, Mirthful, Comedy SET TO THE TOE-TAPPING TUNES OF PIONEER AMERICA! 7 WONDERFUL SONGS! IEFF RUSS RICHARDS TAMBLYN RAIL raciiMs Saturday Evening, August 14, 1954. Charles Cofflng. Howard SIHer.

and Merrill Grable. Roy Gnst wfll serve as janitor. Charles W. Hague, 78, Succumbs At Brookston MONTICEIXO. W.

Hague, 78, died at 12:53 p.m. Friday at his Brookston. home after an illness of three weeks. He was bora Dec. 24, 1875, In Tippecanoe county, and was married on Dec.

3, 1901 at Battle Ground to Louella Blanche Elston. He spent most of his life in the Brookston community. Surviving with the widow are three sons, Harold of Brookston and Orville and Maurice of Lafay- ette: daughter, Mrs. Scruggs Brpokston; a brother, E. Hague'of Logansport; lis- ters Mrs.

Lela KKvinger, Mrs. Maude Thompson Mrs. Glidys Overman, all of Brookston; and several grandchildren great- grand children. Friends may call after p.m. today at the Thompson funeral home in Brookstoa, where services will be held at 1:30 p.m.

Sunday with the Rev. C. A. Mitchell officiating Burial will be In Brookston I.O.OJF. cemetery.

TAKE HOME a carton of farnoiw Soft Drinks TODAY. HNAL TODAY! Obtwion" with Wyman-Rocfc Hudton ON OUR NEW GIANT SCREEN SHIRLEY BOOTH ROBERT RYAN IN HAL WALLIS PROOUCIION 'ABOUT MBS. LESI-M: Academy Award winning Shirley Booth docs it again! of your STATE WHERE IT'S COOt DISNEY CARTOON AND NEWS MIDNIGHT SATURDAY SS-27J lit Show ot Duik Rain or CUor Sptjcioui rloyground at 7 p. m. ST-97 BONUS AT NO EXTRA COST SHOW TONITE TWO REGULAR TOP HITS HE PLAYED EVERY GAME HIS OWN ROUGH WAY1 MARK STEVENS DOROTHY MALONE "JACK SLADE" AND YOU CAN STAY AND BE OUR GUEST TO SEE THE TWO ADDITIONAL FEATURES LISTED BELOW IDA LUPINO CORNELL WILDE "ROAD HOUSE" LINDA DARNELL IN "NIGHT WITHOUT SLEEP" SS-21 SUNDAY ONLY ST-834 NCt IMM MU8TA HWSOK REED CARET HAYNES MONDAY-TUESDAY WEDNESDAY.

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