Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 20, 1962 · Page 18
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 18

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, May 20, 1962
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PAGE EIGHTEEN THE PHAEOS-TMBTOflE and LOGANSPORfl PRESS, LOGANSPORT,; INDIANA SUNDAY, MAY 20, MM WTTV(4) SATURDAY WFBM-TV (6) WISH-TV r8) WLW-I (13) :00 Silent :15 -.30 Silent :4S Three Stooges Three Stooges Three Stooges Three Stooges Indiana Farmer Indiana Farmer Indpls. Public Sch. Indpls. PubUc Sch. Silent Minutes To Live By Rural Almanac Uiiral Almanac 9 -00 Silent :15 :30 Silent Three Stooges Three Stooges Deputy Dawg Deputy Dawg Capt. Kangaroo Capt.. Kangaroo Capt. Kangaroo Capt. Kangaroo Life Line Alan the Maker Man the Maker Man the Maker 10 00 :1S :30 :4S Silent; Silent Shari Lewis Shari Lewis King Leonardo King Leonardo Video Village Video Village Mighty Mouse Mighty Mouse Talk Back Talk Back Davey and Goliath Dnvey and Goliath 11 :00 :30 :45 Silent Silent Cowboy Theatre Cowboy Theatre Cowboy Theatre Cowboy Theatre Magic Land Magic Land Roy Rogers ' Roy Rogers Looking Around Looking Around Farm Front Farm' Front . 12 :00 :15 :30 :45 Silent Silent :15 :30 Silent Silent 2 :00 Silent Silent Mr. Wizard Rhythm Carnival Bugs Bunny Mr. Wizard Rhythm Carnival Bugs Bunny Red Cross Course Rhythm Carnival Prof. Wille. Goof Red Cross Course Detroit at N. Y. Prof. Wille. GooE ' Dctroifat N. V. Andy Hardy Detroit at N. Y. Andy Hardy Detroit at N. Y. Andy Haidy Detroit at N. Y. ' Andy Hardy Detroifat N. Y. Andy Hardy Detroit at N. Y. Andy Hardy Detroit at N. Y. Action Detroit at N. Y. Action Comedy Capers Comedy Gapers Minn, at Chicago Minn, at Chicago Minn, at Cliicago Minn, at Chicago Minn, at Cliicago Minn, at Chicago 3 Food for Life Food for Life Living Lessons Living Lessons Minn, at Chicago Minn, at Chicago! Minn, at Chicago Minn, at Chicago Detroit at N. Y. Detroit at N. Y. Detroit at N.'Y. Detroit at N. Y. Action Action Action Action 4 :00 :30 :45 Social Security Senator's Report Qualifications '500' Qualifications '500' Bowling Champs Bowling Champs Bowling Champs Bowling Champs Aquanauts Aquanuuls Aqu annuls Aquanauts 5 :00 :15 :30 :45 Qualifications '500' Qualifications '500' Ramar Ramar Festival Golf. Tour. Festival Golf. Tour. Festival Golf. Tour. Festival Golf. Tour. Wrestling Wrestling Wrestling Wrestling Action Action Pioneers Pioneers Five Fingers Five Fingers Five Fingers Five Fingers 6 :00 Country Show Frances Farmer Week's Sports :15 Country Show Frances Farmer News, Weather :3« Wrestling Frances Farmer. "500" Hi-Lights :45 Wrestling Early Report "500" Hi-TJgllts Man From Cocliisc Man From Cocliise Midwest Hayride Midwest Hayride Town Board At Winamac To Let Bids WIN A M A C — The Winamac board of town trustees have set June 4, at 7-p.m., in the municipal building as the time and place for the letting of_a contract for street improvements in the town 'of Winamac. ~. To be included in the sealed proposals are 2,500 tons of crushed stone, 60,000 gallons of liquid asphalt, and- application of materials.' for the construction an drepair of certain streets. It was. noted that necessary -labor, machinery and equipment for the application of the materials must also be included in the bids. The program, for the baccalaureate service . for Mdnroe-Wina- mac high school graduates has been set for today, and will- begin at 8:00 p.m. The schedule calls for some selected numbers for the piano prelude, followed by a processional. Invocation is td be .delivered by Rev. R. J. Berkey, and Old Testament reading is to be made by (he Rey. F. S.' Wintle. Rev. Fred Sanford, pastor of the Winamac Presbyterian church, will give the sermon. The service will, be concluded with choral benediction and a recessional. ;• • •Mrs. Chester Baker is to be pianist for the ' occasion, and Charles L.'Byfield -the choir, director. - . 1 :00 :30 -.45 Wrestling Wrestling Riverboat Rivcrboat Key Hole Key Hole Wells Fargo Wells Fargo Death Valley Death Valley Perry Mason Perry Mason Matties Funnies Matties Funnies Calvin Calvin 8 •M Rivcrboat Wells Fargo • .Perry Mason :15 Rivcrboat Wells Fargo Perry Masos :30 A. Wants to Know Tall Man The Defenders :« A. Wants to Know Tall Man The Defenders Room for 1 More Room for 1'More Beaver Beaver 9 :00- Voice of Freedom Coronation Ball The Defenders , :15 Voice of Freedom Coronation Ball The Defenders :30 Voice of Freedom Coronation Ball Have Gun :4» Voice of Freedom Coronation Ball Have Gun Lawrence Wclk Lawrence Welk Lawrence Welk Lawrence Welk 101 Open End Open End Open End Open End "500" Highlights "500" Highlights "500" Highlights "500" Highlights Gunsmoke Gunsmoko Gunsmoke Guiismoke Fight of Week Fight of Week Fight of Week Fight of Week Jacoby On Bridge MANUFACTURED BD) AIDS TO GAME My former partner,, Curtis Smith of Houston, has" just finished a book called, "Bidding Through Logic." It is entirely on action of the NORTH *AQ7« ¥743 + KQ862 21 WEST A1082 VQ1062 *AJ3 *863 EAST A 54 VKJ95 + 109'5 *Q1075 SOUTH <D) AKJ93 Both vulnerable South West North East 1* Pass 1+ Pass 1 A Pass 3 y Pass 3N.T. Pass 4 A Pass Pass Pass Opening lead— * 2 Postal Department Seeks Better Boxes The week of May 21-26, has been designated Mailbox Improvement Week in'Cass County. The program is to encourage patrons to provide suitable mail receptacles erected and maintained for easy and safe accessibility, presenting a neat appearance, and affording protection to the mail. Boxes that are not properly erected, or not maintained in good serviceable condition retard the delivery of mall and may expose it to the weather. Unserviceable boxes must be replaced. Names of the owners should be shown on the side of the box visible to the carrier as-he approaches, or on the door if boxes are grouped. The box number may be shown on the box. Mail boxes on rural and mounted routes must be located on the right side of the road in the direction of travel of the carriers.. The approaches to boxes should be filled and properly graded and unobstructed at all times. opening bidder and his partner, and while you may not agree with all Curtis' theories, you should be able to help your bridge game by studying the numerous hands STATE 'THE GLORY™ THE GALLANTRY OF THE GREATEST ,KNIGHT OF ALII Shown at 1:45-5:32-9:20 THE SPLENDOR Is OF KING ARTHUR'S COURT! Knights of the Round Table Sfom'njr WTMOHMUROHEHElFEtia Plu> Cartoon P»t of th« Shaw that exemplify these theories. Curtis feels that there is a key bid in every sequence. Thus, North's one diamond response is easy, as is South's spade rebid. At this point, what should North do? He has tremendous spade support and wants to reach game. But he does not want to get past the game none too quickly. A jump to four spades would be inadequate, so North should manufacture a three heart bid. This can't hurt him. No matter how many hearts South bids, North can go to spades. In this case South will bid three .no- trump, whereupon North can bid four spades and convey the message that- his hand was too strong for a mere jump to game. There is another by-product of this bid. "A heart lead will hold South to five odd, but the way the cards lie he will njake a small slam against any other opening. The Child's Prayer Dear God, Thank you Lord for helping our minister get well. Forgive us for our things we have done wrong. Help us to become .good citizens of our country. Amen. .This prayer was written by Terry D.ownham during Week Day Relgioiis Education class at Dea- Set Valparaiso Rites For Local Man's Father Funeral rites will be conducted Monday afternoon in Valparaiso for Harry Pinney, 74, of Valparaiso, father of. Lloyd Pinney, of.709 Race St. Pinney. died at 5:30 p.m. Friday at the Ruff Nursing Home in Knox. He had. been in failing health six years. , Suriviors include his wife, Cora; three sons; nine grandchildren; five sisters and a brother. Friends may call at the Bartholomew funeral home in Valparaiso after noon today. ORDER OF D^MOLAY The Order of BeMolay will' hold a meeting Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the Masonic Temple. ' Members are to bring old jewelry and spectacles to be given to the needy. Plans will also ,be made for the open house of the new room to be used by the DeMolay and other Masonic bodies. SKYLINE OPEN 7:00 DIAL 48O2 BRIDGE AT-8 P.M. TONIGHT rrmu TUBS. 5-22 BUCK iNilTE TUBS. COME SEPT. AT—10 P.M. Carroll Baker \ Rock Hudson • Gina Lollobrigida ! Sandra Dee Bobby Darin | TECHNICOLOR WiTH James Sheghita The Star of (Flower) Drum AILLSTAjRiCAlST 'Hock" With Sandy Bobby-O Two Churches At Peru Plan Services Merger PEKU-The St. Paul and the St. James .EUB Churches will merge in special services to be held Sunday, according to the pnstof, the Rev, C. Samuel Overmyer. The new church will be known as tlie Evangelical United Brethren Church and be located in the St. James Church building at Main and Clay streets. The St. Paul church building at Fifth-and 'Water Sts. and parsonage has been sold to. the Wesleyan Methodist church. • The 'church plans to build a new church as soon as funds are available and a suitable location is found. The St. Paul church was founded by the Evangelical.Church in 1898, while the St. James EUB church was founded by the United Brethren Church in 1899. Read the Want Ads! YM Schedule Monday, 7:30 Jr. Hi-Y Meeting, YMCA. i Wednesday— 6:30 Tipton-Longfellow-Franklin Gra-Y Meeting YMCA, : ' \ Thursday—7:00 Miami Indian Guide Tribe Cookout, ,• Smith's Home. Friday—6:00-9:30 Jr. Hi-Y Co.ed Party, YMCA. Saturday - 9-12:00 Whiffleball and Outdoor Sports,- YMCA. Every Day After school (Leather, plaster, and stick craft are available for work at boy's leisure) . Ministers, Wives To Attend Convention Two local ministers and their wives will attend the American Baptist convention in Philadelphia, Pa., on May 23-27. They 'are: Rev. and Mrs. M. 'L. Hobirison, of the Baptist Temple, and Rev. and Mrs. Frank Coons, of .the George street Chapel. at> TIMBERLAKE'S IS NOW AIR CONDITIONED 'Come in and shop and browse in cool comfort. Six Peru High School Seniors Escape Injury Following Graduation PERU—Six Peru High School seniors escaped injury in a one- car accident which occurred'fol- lowing their .commencement. Trooper John Rusie, who investigated, reported that Jan L. Me- Ginnis, 18,'of 383 West Main St., the driver, fell asleep while traveling north on U.S. 31 on Stroop's Hill,, just south of Peru. The car went off the highway on the right side, crossed back to the left and went down a sleep embankment. Damage to the car was minor. The five seniors accompanying McGinnis were not identified. Bunker Hill Airmen File $25,000 Suit PSKU—Damagus in the amount of $25,000 are sought in two suits filec! in Miami Circuit court by two airmen, Tom C. Drewes and Arthur L. Liebennan of the Bunker Hill Air Forc<3 Base. Defendant in 'both actions is Raymond H. Ziritlc, as administrator of the estate of Ruby Jean Smnh. h<3 airmen claim that they were permanently injured in' an accident which occurred last Oct. 17, south of Peru. They were passengers in a car driven by Mrs. Smilh, who according to the complaint, died on April 26th from her injuries. SUMMER TERM Monday, June 11 and 18 Courses Include: Stenographic and Secretarial Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced Accounting ' Comptometer and Business Machines Approved for Veteran Trainees Indiana Business College Phone 4276 - 59lh Year • Barnes Office Building—Logansport STORE CELIiBRATIOl GET EXTRA SAVINGS UP TO 50% Our largest, most varied: selection — ever! WASH 'N WEAR JAMAICA SETS FOR MISSES FLOCKED DACRON TIER CELEBRATION • Another Grant merchandising miracle • Just wash and hang...that's all COTTON REMNANTS Smash low price for newest ruflly top or classic shirt with Jamaica shorts. Little-iron cottons, prints with solid colors. 10-18. 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