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Sixteen Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Showboat Damaged By Fire ST. LOUIS (UPI) - An early morning blaze burned through the blackness on the Mississippi Riv. er- at St. Louis and gutted the historic showboat "Goldenrod. 1 •The only apparent victim was a 1%-year-oId dog "that belonged to the river" and was called Fluffie. • Captain-owner J.W. Menke, 81, his brother Charles, and a woman from Olathe, Kan. — Blanche Forbes, who has been with the Menkes for 25 years—all made iI to'safety from their second floor sleeping quarters.. • ,The four-alarm blaze of as yet undetermined origin started aboul 3:30 a.m A witness said both decks of the showboat were .ablaze when he came on the scene. .In the early morning light of dawn with the remains of the "Goldenrod" still smoldering, Menke sat shoeless on a log mooring at the foot of Locust Street by. his craft. •. "I'm still too dazed, I don't faiow what I'm going to do," he said in answer to a question as to whether he planned to rebuild the craft. "I was offered $80,000 for. it {the Goldenrod) two weeks ago and didn't take it," he said. The boat was not insured. .The "Goldenrod" was the final symbol of an era now passed from the American scene. Built •in 1904 it was bought by the Menkes in 1922, who plied the towns along the banks' of the Mississippi, the Ohio and other livers from as far north as Pittsburgh to the southern reaches of !New Orleans. . The "Goldenrod" was the largest of all the showboats in existence. It seated 1,400 patrons when constructed. Three Vehicles Damaged in Crash Three motor vehicles were damaged slightly at 3J48 p.m. Thursday in a collision on the South Cicott Street bridge. According to police records, a 1954 sedan driven by Virgil Poor, 36,' ,of 500 Culbertson St., going north, had stopped on the bridge waiting for traffic to clear at the school crossing. A 3953 sedan, driven by Elmer Grabbe, 41, of Russiaville. had stopped behind the Poor car for the same reason, A 1952 truck, driven by Robert Viney, 21, of Monticello, and owned by the Dye Lumber Co. struck the Grabbe car, pushing it into the Poor automobile. The rear of the Poor car, the front and rear of the Grabbe automobile, -and the front of the truck were damaged. There were no injuries nor arrests. Read the Want Ads! TV Highlights By United Press International SATURDAY Have Gun, Will Travel, CBS. Paladin hired to hunt down man described as a murderer and corrupter. 9:30 p.m./ Baseball Game Of the Week, OBS. Chicago White So* at Baltimore Orioles, 1:45 p.m. Major League Baseball, NBC. St. Louis Cardinals at Milwaukee Braves. 2:30 p.m. Perry Mason, OBS. "The, Case of the Spurious Sister." Perry challenged to solve a mystery involving 'a dead wife who sues for divorce. Repeat. 7:3<Kp.m. Leave It to ' Beaver, ABC. "Sweatshirt Monsters." Beaver and three pals agree to .wear a Hope Some In Traffic Report CHICAGO (UPD—The 112 persons killed in traffic accidents across the ,nation during this 30- hour Memorial Day holiday broke a 1956 record for a similar period, but safety officials were somewhat cheered by two statistics. Although the death loll exceeded the old record of 109 set six years ago for a 30-hour period, it fell below , the. figure of 120 which the National Safety Council feared might be reached. And since more Americans took to the- highways Tuesday night and Wednesday than in the same period in 1956, this holiday's fatality rale was only 5.9 deaths per 100 million .miles traveled, .as compared to 7.5 six years ago. A final United' Press' International count showed that 112 persons died in traffic'accidents, 38 in drownings, 13 in plane crashes and 29 in miscellaneous accidents for an over - all violent death count of 191, Revival Services Revival services will be conducted Saturday evening and all day Sunday at the Mt. Zion Tabernacle. Elder Paul R. Hill,. Minneapolis, Minn., will.be the guest speaker and special singing will be .featured beginning at 7:45 p.m. Saturday. A carry-in dinner will be served in the church dining room at 2:30 p.m. Sunday. Rev. J. W. White is the minister. MILLION DOLLAR WINNERS NEW YORK (UPI)-Round Table, Nashua and Citation are Racing's only winners of one million dollars or more in purses. ROUND AND SQUARE DANCING Izaak Walton League SA,TURDAY-9:30-12:30 CARRY-OUT SPECIALS SEVEN DAYS EVERY WEEK YOUR CHOICE Only $1.00 FREE 1 Ib. FRENCH FRIES with Each Special Mix 'em if you wish. Extra fandwichos may be had at same savings. Extrq French Friei, 1 Ib. 25c. MARY ANN STEAK «UT 918 fj. 3rd Dial 5988 4 BREADED LOINS 4 FISH 4 CHEESEBURGERS 5 HAMBURGERS GERANIUMS Petunias and all kind of badding plants, vegetable and flowar plants besf varieties, potted tomatooi, delphinium, painted and shasta daisies, swoet will (am, baby breath, bleeding hearts, eli- matis and other perennials. MARKERT'S GREENHOUSE 1529 Pleasant Hill No Delivery monster - faced school. 8:30 p.m. The Defenders, sweatshirt to OBS.' "Death Across the Counter." A Korean war veteran, a drug addict, is accused of murdering a' storekeepeY during an attempted holdup. He- peat. 8:30 p.m. ' . Movie Night, NBC. Richard jWidmark in a.repeat showing of •"Halls of Montezuma," a story of- Marines on a reconnaissance patrol on a Japanese-held island in World War H. Richard Boone, harl Maiden and Jack Balance cosiar. 9 p.m. Lawrence Welk, ABC. A straw- hat-and-cane number featured. 9 p.m. . , Fight Night, ABC. Stan Harrington and Chaley Scott in a scheduled 10-round welterweight' bout. 10 p.m. Gunsmoke, CBS. Chester, love- smitten, takes up farming on 'an arid, unyielding piece of Kansas ground. Repeat. 10 p.m. •'. SUNDAY "D-Day," NBC. A' ffne-hour special, narrated by Richard Base-' hart, on the Allied invasion of France on June 6, 1944. "Show of the Week." 10 p.m. Washington Conversation, CBS. Edward R. Murrow, director of the U.S. Information Agency, interviewed. 12:30 p.m. Baseball Game of the Week, OBS. Los Angeles Dodgers at Philadelphia Phillies. 1:30 p.m. Major League Baseball, NBC. St. Louis Cardinals at Milwaukee Braves. 2:30, p.m. Teachers Set Scholarship A scholarship of $100, to 'be given once a year for the next four years, was announced by Logansport Education Association at their annual: dinner meeting Thursday at. Columbia School The award will be given to a student who plans . to., enter the teaching profession and the first presentation, will be made at,Logansport high school commencement exercises. .next Wednesday. Retiring teachers were honored at the dinner and memorial services were conducted . for Miss tiorothy Malay, elementary teacher who died last August. It was announced;, that Alma Wirick, vice president of the association, will serve as a delegate to the NEA convention-in July at Denver; • Entertainment For Crippled Children ' The Cass- county Society for Crippled Children and Adults entertained 'crippled children at their monthly party Thursday at the Shrine Club. Entertainment included musical selections by Gene Sherman and his Blue" Grass Boys, and two groups of square dancers, the youngsters who comprise The Blue Grass Swingslers. Edn.a Sherman was caller. Children were served refreshments by Senior Girl Scouts Sondra Hammon and Cherry Apple gate. . - Marie'White Fire Ins. 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Called Conclave Sunday morn, ing at 845 a.m. to attend Ascension Day services at Market Street Methodist church. Wear your uniform if you have one, if none attend anyhow —Clctus C. Fitz, E. C. NOTICE Decoration Day Services St. John's Cemetery 2p.m.— June 3 Please 'Bring Flowers Clarence 'Briggs, Sec. PLUMBINGlHEATlNG 3>kou(. 3658 iAL cW DON SCHMIDT 4948 or 21162 FOR CARRYOUT Broasted Chicken U. S. 24 at West Linrf.ii WE USE GRADE A Oov't. Inspected Chickens Notice I will not be responsible for debts contracted for by any other than myself.' \ —Robert A. Abney, 305 Seal St. Tipton Lodge No. 33 F. & A.M. Slated meeting Friday, June 1st at 7:30 P.M. All Master Masons welcome. Harold G. Watson, W.M. 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