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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 9

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, May 17, 1957
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L86ANSPORT PUBLIC L1BRARK Friday Evening, May 17, DAILY RADIO PROGRAMS (All Listings Central' Duyllent Tlino) WMAQ WBBM (780) WLS WSAL, (1230) FRIDAY EVENING «:00 Alex Drier tfell-Alr* *:lb Bus News News 5:30 N«wa Sports 6:45 1 Man's Fam Anderson 7:00 Monitor 7:15 Monitor 7:30 Monitor 7:45 Monitor 1:00 Monitor 8:15 Monitor Anderson Anderson Danger Danger fs'ews World Newt) Weather News News Heatter • News News Music News Music Hall News SporiB Heatter News Fulton Lewis Serenade Mystery Mystery Bob & Ray Bob & Ray 8:30 Monitor 8:45 Monitor Sports Music 'Han Fun Time Kun Time Bob & Ray Big Bands 9:00 Cavalcado >:15 Cavalcade 9:30 Cavalcade 9:45 Moscow Murrow Anderson Robert Q- Robert Q. News Imagination Rest Haven Rest Haven .News Night watch Nlghtwatch t watch 10:UU News 10-15 Nlffni DeBh 10:30 Night Desk 10:45 Sports News Mercler VVeltnel Woitnel Rudy Itudy Music News NIghtwatch Nightwatch Nlgrhtwatch SATURDAY MORNING S;00 Norman Ross John Harrington News itlse-Shin* 8:15 Norman Rosa John Harrington Bnr': Uunc« Pr«i Rise Shine 8:80 News Juh i JEtarrlnglon News Rise-Shine 8:45 Books Jon Harrington 13am Uance Prev. Riee-Shina 9:00 News John Harrington barn Uance Prev .Rise-Shine 9:15 Monitor John Harrington Bt«r nancft Prev Rise-Shine *:80 Chicago Galen Drake News Melodies 9:45 Monitor Galen Drake 10ta Ascot Melodies 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:45 News Monitor Weather Monitor Hobcrt Q. Kcbert Q. Josh Brady Josh K ratty News Rita Ascot News Rita Ascot Tune Timers Tuno Timers Tuno Timers Tune Timers 11:00 QuaJit/ MuoicNewa News Proudly Hall 13:15 Q'lalltv MuslcGeo. Watson Agri. USA Proudly Hall 11 '30 News Gunsmokc NRWS Chance 11:45 Monitor dunsmoke TBA Chance TV Programs (CDT) FRIDAY EVENING SATURDAY AFTERNOON 12:UO Newa Now* Nowa News 12:16 Farm- Hama Josh Brady Mai'netp RKb ttoundUD 12:30 Groucho Paul Glboon Red Poley RFD Roundup 12:45 Qroucho Paul Gibson Hcd Poley KFD Roundup 1:00 .Vows 1:16 Monitor 1:30 Monitor 1:(5 Monitor News Mai Uellalri Eellairs Bellalrs Fe.stiv.'U Festival l''CHtlVfll Festival Playbill! Ba.seball Baseball 2:00 Xews 2:15 Monitor 2:30 Monitor 2:45 Monitor Hcllalr. Hellulrs Bellalrs Bellalr« NOWH l-'e.stival . ]<*cstlvul Fe.itival Baseball Baseball Baseball Easobiill 2:00 News 3:15 Monitor 3:30 Monitor 3:45 Monitor Eellulra BeUalrs Bollalrs Wood Memorial News Festival Festival Festival IJaseball Baseball Baseball Scores 4:00 News 4:16 Monitor 4:30 Monitor 4:45 Monitor Florida Derby Florida Derby Bellalrs Bellalrs News TBA Showcase SUnwca.se Mol nlarlc Mel Clark Mel Chirk Mel Clark 5:00 Nexvs News News Tuno Tlmo 1:15 Monitor Carmlchael Showcase Ads 5:30 Rio Rhythma Mai Bellalra Outdoors Muslcalo 5:46 Rio Rhythms Mai Bollalra Music Music Royal Center Mr. and Mrs. Carl Morphet and family entertained at a Mother's Day dinner the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Schmaltz, Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Morphet and Elmer Schmaltz and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Sarber spent the weekend at Plymouth with her father and mother who are both seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Tousley j and family and Mr. and Mrs. George Shafer were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Mayme Coleman. Mrs. Minnie Spencer is confined to her home witih a virus infection. Mrs. Flo Dodl was a Sunday dinner guest of her son and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dodt. Mrs. Pearl Mappin is confined to her home with a broken a.ikle sustained in a fall. The Senior class and eighth grade banquet of the EUB church was held Sunday night and was well-attended by over 100 persons. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Burget and daughter of North Liberty spent Mother's Day here with her mother and Mr. and Mrs. Harland Schmaltz and son. Mrs. James Kitohell, Mrs. Pear! Pugh and Mrs. Jola While accompanied Berlin Pugh to Indianapolis Monday. Mrs. Myra Binney of Logansport entertained at dinner Wednesday for her father, Newton Howell, who will be 80 years old Saturday. Stanley Handschu spent the weekend at Bkximington, Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Handschu and daughter were Sunday evening supper guests of her mother, Mrs. Mayme Coleman. FREE HITLER MINISTER BERLIN (UP) — Walter Funk, economic minister for Adolf Hitler, was released today from Spandau Prison. Allied sources said the 6f>-year- olci Nazi who was serving a life term in Spandau for war crimes was freed because of his age and state of health. BABY STRANGLES IN CRIB INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—Randall O'Toole, 9 months old, was found dead in his crib today, apparently strangled by a railing, while his mother, Mrs. Martha O'Toole, 33, was outdoors hanging up the wash. Cool, carefree ... and so pretty Washable, No-Iron 100% Nylon Chiffon Dress Exceptional Price! 079 • In sherbet shades • Soft blooming sheers Large box pleats surround full skirt, cool draped neck. Buttons to waist, cap sleeves. Sizes 1 220, 12Vi-22V4. Ready To Wear — Second Floor SALE TOPPERS Reg. $24.79 Reg. $39.79 $10 $12 SEAMLESS NYLONS Reg. value 1,29 First quality Run-proof lace Summer shades Sizes 8'/2-l 1 Hosiery Dopt. — Street Floor 10 10 : 00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 : 15—Channel 6 Channel a : 30—Channel 6 Channel 8 •AS— Channel 4 Channel 6 :00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 :30—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 : 00—Channel 4 Channel 6 •Channel 8 : 30—Channel 4 Channel 8 00—Channel 4 Channel 6 .Channel 8 :30—Channel 4 Channel 8 : 45—Channel 6 :00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 :30-7Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 45—Channel 4 Channel 8 00—Channel 6 30—Channel 6 Rascals Weather News News Doug Edwards Cugat Beat Clock News News Jim Bowie' Blondie West Point Crossroads Riley Zane Gray Treasure Hunt Chevy Show Adam-Eve Pendulum Playhouse Detective Sports Line Up Cochise Person-Person Red Barber Hiway Patrol 0. Henry Studio 57 News Code 3 News Movies Late Show Weather Tonight Complete $80 Million Slash Of P.O. Funds Congress Defies Warnings Of Cabinet Members Summerfield And Benson SATURDAY AFTERNOON 12.00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 12:30—Channel 4 Channel B Channel B 12:45—Channel 8 1:00—Channel 8 Channel 4 Channel 6 2:00—Channel 6 Channel 4 3:30—Channel 8 4:00—Channel! 6 Channel 4 Channel 8 4:15—Channel 8 4:45—Channel 8 5:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 5:30—Channel 6 Channel 8 Channel 4 Playhouse Roy Rogers Lone Ranger Many-Few? Fury Schools Dizzy Dean • Baseball! Bennett! Baseball, TBA! Movies Cartoons 500 Trials 500 Trials Your City Derby Film Lallie Moore Buffalo Jr. Big Picture Wild Bill Rarr.ar Playhouse •WASHINGTON (UP)—Congress Thursday completed action on the first regular appropriation bill of the session—a Post Office-Treasury Department measure that slashed President Eisenhower's request by $80,364,000. The bill provided for a $58,000,000 cut in the Post Office department's new budget despite a warning by Postmaster General Arthur E. SummerfieldT-h'at he would have to cutback postal service in July, The $3,884,927,000 bill carried $691,407,000 for the Treasury and $3,192,000,000 for' the Post Office plus $1,460,000 for the U.S. Tax Court. The .-Senate completed action by accepting a minor amendment added by the House a lew hours earlier. The vote came as Agriculture Secretary Ezra T.' Benson was tossed into the forefront of President Eisenhower's battle to ward off big. cuts in his $71,800,000,000 budget for the fiscal year starting July 1. In a special statement, Benson the Senate to restore funds for the' soil bank. Seek Man In Denver Entry PERU, Ind.—Elvin D. Long, genural store and restaurant owner Eit Denver, -frightened a burglar whose shadow was reflected from an ice cream sign, from his busi- nessi at 2:30 a.m. Thursday, offi- The burglar was sought by State Detective Kenneth W,ines for another break-in and another attempted entry at the Denver community during the night. Long said thai ne noticed the man's shadow at the rear of the restaurant from his house trailer residence. .He said the man fled through the grocery section of the store when Long switched on lighis. Charles Robert Cover, Miami Sheriff Arthur Johns and Trooper denounced a House vote Wednes-,' John Rusie searched other stores .-is,, ,,,.h(/.h ,,,A,.M tin (!,„ h»^ f »r day would kill the heart KILLED BY TRAIN MUNCIE (UP)—Dan Roysden, 6B, Muncie, was killed today when he walked in front of a Nickie Plate Railroad switch-engine, Roysden was returning to work after picking some onions on Jiis lunch hour. The onion patch was across the tracks from the Broderick Co. where he was an inspector. the administration's soil bank. He termed it "false economy" that would boost federal spending by increasing farm price support payments. The House voted 192-187 to ban soil bank payments after this year to farmers who cut back surplus crop plantings. The proposal would kill the acreage reserve portion of the soil bank. But indications were the Senate might reverse the action. The Senate whipped the scaled- down Post Office-Treasury appropriations bill to passage after Senate Democratic Leader Lyndon B. Johnson said he hoped it would be sent to Eisenhower • "on roller skates" so the people "will know we have saved $80,304,000 on the first appropriations bill." During the brief debate, Sen. Everett M. Diukson (R-I11 ) warned the Senate that the Post Office may come back later to seek the extra funds Suummerfie'd said it needed. Johnson said the Senate would be coo', to the request "unless it is absolutely necessary." Summerfield had said he needed the full $58,000,000 knocked out by Congress, plus perhaps as much as S90,000,000 more, to handle the increasing mail load. He backed up a similar request last month by cutting postal service one weekend. Benson, taking the offensive in the farm budget fight, cancelled a South American trip to remain in the capital in hopes of getting unable lo [ind anything amiss. Thursday morning a break-in was reported at the Acel Dukes hardware store, where $5 change was taken from a cash drawer and Six Pay Fines In JP Court Six men were 'fined Thursday in justice of peace court on traffic, conservation and truck regulation charges. Assessed were: Orvel Shackelford,' 1400 Lobelia street, arrested Monday by Trooper John (Jaylor, no operator's license, $1 and costs; Charles Douglas, Royal Center, arrested Wednesday by Trooper Gaylor, no valid operator's license, $1 and costs. Also, Dale Gibson, 6188' Front street, arrested May 10, by Trooper Oscar Mills, speeding, $1 and costs; Robert Lawrence, 2005 East Broadway, charged by affidavits with using a minnow seine May 9 during the closed season, $10 and costs; Marion Hardy, route 2, arrested by Cass Conservation Officer Bill Kerber April 21 for fishing without a license, $10 and costs; Gerald Johnston, Sheldon, 111., ar"rested Thursday by PSCI Officer R. M. Deeter for driving a truck over its registered weight, $1 and costs. Later appearing in justice court were Byron Horton, route 6, who was arrested Sunday by .Trooper Larry Wagenknecht for operating a truck in excess of the 45-mile speed Jimit. He was fined $1 and costs. Charles A. Binney, Walton, involved in a one-car accident May 9, was fined $20 and costs for operating a motor vehicle while under *ruo bantu nulll a l^a&tl ultlwtH UI1U 11. . n r • L • a safe was damaged. Claude Me- he > nnuence ot intoxicants and Kinney, Denver barber shop own-! 1 " 8 Ilc £" se " as Bended for one er, said a screen was removed i from a rear window and a small hole punched in the glass at his place. . Richard Keyes. WaS by Tr °° per Arrest Two Peru Men After U.S. 24 Mishap PERU, Ind.—Two airmen were arrested early Thursday following a two-vehicle accident one mile east of Peru on US 24. They were Otis W. Smith, 20, charged with not having an operators license and Kenneth Laskey, cited for permitting ari unlicensed operator to drive his car. According to Trooper Robert McGowen, their car stalled on the highway and was struck from the rear by a panel truck driven by Eugene D. Rich, 39, of 619 East Fifth St. Smith had his lights turned off. When he saw the truck approaching he turned them on but Rich said he was unable to avoid the collision. Damage to the truck was estimated 1 at $500 and to Laskey's car at $75. BODY IN WHITE RIVER I'MMANAPOLIS (UP) —An unidentified body was found on the edge of the White River Thursday near the City Sanitation plant. Peru Driver Hurt In Crash PERU, Ind. — Arnelt Harold Neely, 3fi, route 3, was in "serious , , . , , , condition" at Dukes hospital from' low o[ 42 degrees in -Logansport at injuries suffered when he was pin- '6 o'clock Thursday morning, al- ned beneath his pick-.up truck in [most 30 degrees below Wednesday Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Nlnt OPEN HOSPITAL GIFT SHOP A new gift shop at St. Joseph hospital lias been opened for tlie convenience of both patients and visitors. The shop, though small, contains a number of fine gifts which can be purchased. Mrs. Frances Tussing Is shown In the doorway of the shop holding one of (he many Rifts found there. (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) Temperature Drops To 42 Degrees Here The temperature dropped to a an accident on Lover's Lane ! noon's reading on the Logansport of U.S. 31 at 6:30 p.m. Thursday.! newspapers' recording lhcrmc/ne- Neely's westbound truck went Her. out of control and ran up an em-, The unseasonably cool weather bankment before returning to the road and overturning on the driver's side, according to Trooper John Rusie and Robert McGowen and Deputy Robert Helvie. Nee'.y was rushed to Dukes hospital by Eikenberry ambulance with a fractured collarbone, spine and pelvis and multiple cuts and bruises. brought out topcoats and warmer clothing. The temperature moderated Thursday as the mercury continued to rise after reaching the 55 degree mark at noon. The sharpest drop in the Icmper- ature occurred Wednesday afternoon when the mercury fell from G7 to 55 degrees, a 12 degree decline, in a little more than an hour. JAII. MAN HERE William K. Hughes, 21, of 421 Second street, was arrested and jailed at 2:15 p.m. by city polico on a charge of issuing a fraudulent check for $40 written to Harry Hail here earlier in the day. William Thomas became suspicious and notified police when Hughes tried to cash the check at his business. SIEBER CONFIRMED Robert L. Sieber. of Delphi, nnd William W. Bishop, of Newport, were confirmed Thursday by the U. S. Senate as postmasters, United Press reported. Read the Classified Ads •GAY-4* COTTONS --^«V-* Top Mode Frocks Oisen,s Price 2.95 You will be delighted with these frocks. Smart styling with full flair skirts — exclusive pattern designs. Perfect fit and quality workmanship. They stay flower fresh through countless washings and wearings. All styles in 16V4-2456, 12-20. Here's the lightweight girdte designed with your figure and freedom ki mind! - Itttrt walks and won't rid* up Sarong Jr. girdle $5.95 parity^girdle* $6.95 •S/notf • medfum • forge New Wonder Knit COTTON POLOS Extra Value! You will want one of these whether you take your T-Shirts in solid hues or smart stripes. Novelty neck lines, turtle neck, cowl, bateau, or collars. Stay in shape— won't stretch or sag. Sizes S - M - L 1.88 Olsen's Price Smart 'n Sporty PEDAL PUSHERS Sensational Price! Grand for Decoration Day for your fun-time wardrobe all summer long. Tappered pants ending just below the knee, in •stripes, plaids, prints or solid. Asst. colors. 'Some ivy league style. Sizen 10-18. .p, Jra -. I I _l_ Sanforized, Full Cut TUBFAST SHORTS Terrific Value Bold stripes, plaids, prints and sofid, pocketed, zipper closing, some ivy league style. Bright, gay asst. colors. Sizes 10-18. 1. Permanent Pleated SKATING or TENNIS SKIRTS Permanent pleated skirts over bloomer type short, look like short skirts, about 1 8 inches long. Drip-dry, easy to care for red - blue - black check or solid white. Sizes 10-16. Sportswear—Street Floor ^2.88 Olson's Price

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