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Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, May 27, 1957
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Ten Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune DAILY RADIO PROGRAMS (All Listings Central Dayilznt Time) WMAQ WBBM (780) WLS WSAL (1230) MONDAY EVENING 6:00 Dreler «:15 Bus. Newa 6:30 News 6:45 Man's Fam. 7:00 News 7:15 Symphony 7:30 Symphony 7:4o Symphony Josh Brady News Sports Anderson Anderson Anderson Suspense Suspense News Market* News News-Sports H cutter Lewis Firestone Firestone NOWB Sporti Heatter Henneaaey Lewla Serermd* Mystery Mystery 8.-00 Telephone HrNowa Nows Bcib & Ray 8:lj TeleDhono HrTBA Music Hall Bob.Kay 8:30 TEA Music Hall Mcintovani Bob.Ray 8:45 TBA Music. Hall Mantovani Serenade 9:00 Newa fi:15 Chan 8:30 Ch.'in 9:45 Chan Newa Bcllalrs-Cleju-y P. Q. Lewis R. Q. Lewis News Imagination Rest Haven Rest Haven Newa Nits Watch Nlte Watct Nlte Watch 10:00 News Weltzel 10:15 Night De.li .Mercler 10:30 Night Desk Wcltzel 10:45 Sports Weitzel Kudy Rhythm Rudy Rhythm News Mutiic Newa Nlte Wh.tch Nlte Watch Nlte Watch TUESDAY MORNING 8:00 Drier Newa 8:15 Chicago Cull. 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Stanley Blackman, 12 of 619 Thirteenth street, escaped with minor injuries when his bike was struck by a car driven by Harry Heppe, 68, of 2719 East Broadway, at 7:40 p.m. Saturday on North street. Police reported the boy rode out of the alley between Sixth and Seventh streets into North street in the path of the Heppe car. He was taken by police to Memorial hospital with scratches and bruises on his left leg, but did not require •treatment and was released. Mrs. Ruby Stewart, 1501 Erie avenue, told police Saturday that a boy identified as Curtis Patton, 417 Nineteenth street, rode his bicycle into the side of her car on Fifth street the previous evening. She said she was pulling from the A Si P grocery parking lot onto Fifth when the bike, headed south, ran into her car. The boy was unhurt, she said. The front end of a 1956 model car driven by Virginia Spencer, 16, of 702 Fourteenth street, and the tail gate of a half-ton truck driven by Carol Grandstaff, 25, of 1826'A East Broadway, were damaged in a mishap on Burlington avenue at 11:30 a.m. Saturday. Police said the pickup truck stopped abruptly behind a car which turned in at the Nelson Screw Products firm, 110 Burlington, and Miss Spencer was unable to stop fast enough, hitting the rear of the truck. Mrs. Florence Camp Is Claimed By Death Mrs. Florence Augusta Camp, 42, of 14 Whcatland avenue, died at 5:45 p.m. Saturday at Memorial hospital after an illness of three months. Born April 11, 1915, at Louisville, Ky., she was the .daughter of George and Eleanor (Harris) Schlaug. Survivors are her husband, Donald; two sons, Larry at home and George, in the Navy stationed in Japan; three daughters, Miss Patricia Camp at home, Mrs. Rita Royer of this city, and Mrs. Carolyn Huffman, Newcomerstown, Ohio; three grandchildren; two brothers, John Schlaug of Delphi, and Alfred of route 1, city: and three sisters, Mrs. Loretta Camp and Mrs. Ruth Spencer of here, and Mrs. Edna Ayers of Jackson, Mich. She was a member of St. Joseph's church. Friends may call at the Fisher funeral home, where rites are pending. Leonard Van Dusky Expires At Converse PERU, Ind. — Final rites for Leonard Van Dusky, 47, who died at his Converse home at 6:30 p.m. Friday, will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at St. Paul's Catholic church on Branson street and burial will be in tho Converse cemetery. His death followed an illness of eight months. 'A World War II veteran, he had resided in Converse for 12 years and was employed in Mnrion. Survivors are his wife, Mary; his mother; a brother and a sister. Friends may call at the Zook and Larrison mortuary, Converse, •where the Rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. Monday. . FIND LARGE KEYS City police are holding two large iron keys on a wire ring, found on Michigan avenue, for the owner. Too small for jail keys and too large for house keys, they are believed to be from an extremely old lock, officers said. Walter Brooker, 87, Dies at Farm Home West of Rochester ROCHESTER, Ind. — Walter Brooker, 87-year-old retired farmer, died at 4:30 a.m. Sunday at his home on route 4, seven, and one-half miles west of Rochester on the Sixth street road. His death followed an illness of two months. He was born May 3, 1870, in Pulaski county, to Isaac and Sarah (Updegrove) Brooker and was married July 24, 1901, in the Methodist parsonage here to Nellie Edith Carithers, who survives. The deceased came to Fulton county from Pulaski county as a boy, residing in the county for 80 years. He was a 50-year member of the Odd Fellows lodge at Leiters Ford. Surviving with the widow arc two daughters, Mrs. Charles Talbott and Mrs. Hugh V. Hunneshagen Sr., both of Rochester; six grandchildren; two great-granddaughters; a brother, Rudolph, of Kewanna; and a number of nieces and nephews. A daughter died in infancy. Friends may call at the Zimmerman Brothers funeral home, where final rites will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday. The Rev. George Crane will officiate and burial will be in the Moon cemetery near Loiters Ford. Freight Train Smashes Auto A 1052 model auto was struck by a train and demolished at the Cass station road crossing east of here at 12:15 p.m. Saturday, seconds after the teenage girl driver abandoned the stalled vehicle. Karen Sue Hatficld, 17, of 505 Clinton street, told Deputy Sheriff Roy King that the car stalled as she started over the tracks headed .south, and she was unable to get it started. She said she abandoned the auto when the eastbound Wabash freight train was about 300 feet from the crossing. The car, owned by Charles B. Hatfield, father of the driver, was thrown into a ditch 100 feet east of tho crossing. Edward Foy of Peru, tho engineer, said he saw the car and tried to stop the train, which was traveling about 30 to 35 miles an hour when it hit the car. It was stopped a short distance past the crossing, Charles Gable, also of Peru, was the conductor. William Podell, 71, Expires at Winamac WINAMAC, Ind.—William A. Po dell, 71, of route 4, Winamac, a retired Pennsylvania railroad section crewman, died at 10 p.m. Saturday at Carneal hospital here. . He was born April 12, 1806, at Denham, the son of William and Mary (Shodrow) Podell. Survivors are two sisters, Mrs. Bertha Rater of here and Mrs. Emma Brown of Valparaiso. Friends may call at the Fry and Lnnge funeral home, where last rites will be held at 10 q.m. Tuesday. The Tlev. C. D. Barringer will officiate and burial will be in the Denham cemetery. Plan Public Meeting On Community Center A public meeting to discuss a proposed Community Center will be held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the board of works room in the city building with Mrs. R. B. Slow- art of Lafayette, state representative of community affairs, as a speaker. The project is sponsored by the Cass County Federation of Clubs, and a number of clubs and organizations have named representatives to attend the meeting. TV Programs MONDAY EVENING CDT Rascals Weather News News News Nat Cole Robin Hood News News Lone Ranger Showcase Burns-Allen Firestone Talent Scout Press Conf. Showcase Lucy Welk Montgomery Dec. Bride Studio 1 Wire Service Annapolis Capt. Grief Stage 7 News Playhouse News Movies Late Show Weather Tonight TUESDAI AFTERNOON 12:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 12:15—Channel 6 Channel 8 12:30—Channel 4 Channel ,6 Channel 8 1:00—Channel 4 Channel 8 1:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 2:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 2:30—Channel 8 3:00—Channel 6 Channel ft 3:15—Channel 8 3:30—Channel 4 Channel 8 3:45—Channel i> 4:00—Channel 6 Channel 8 4:15—Channel 8 4:30—Channel 8 4:45—Channel 4 5:00—Channel 4 Channel 8 5:15—Channel 6 5:30—Channel 6 4 Sight Markets News-Weather News Farm-Home RFD 4 Club 60 World Turns 4 Sight Miss Brooks Beulah Tenn Ernie House Party Film Theater Payoff , Crosby Queen Bright Day Secret Storm Movietime Edge ot Night Romances Movie Time Chapel Door Life ot Christ Stu Erwin Blame Extension Cord For Mattress Blaze City firemen were called to the Cleo Little residence, 1113 East Market street,-when an extension cord lying across a mattress shorted and set the mattress on fire at 2:30 p.m. Saturday. The burning mattress was thrown from the second floor bedroom where the blaze occurred into the Man Is Found Dead In Auto PERU, Ind. — Sigytas Anthony Shurri, 41, was found dead at his farm home on route'1, Hoann, at noon Saturday. Shurn was found by his family and a Peru man in his car, the victim of carbon monoxide poisoning. The Peru man, Byron Pet- WilCLC Llle U1O£C L/UV.U1.1CU 111LU LUC o' ' —* yard and extinguished but it blaz- tv . 3 °1 Washington avenue, admin- ed up again a short time later and | Jstered artificial respiration and firemen returned to put out the'Wabash police attempted to re- flames again. vive him with a pulmotor, but he Fifteenth street and Erie avenue. They were also called to the: was pronounced dead at 12:45 p.m. Robert E. Smith home, 508 Frank-'by a Chili physician. lin street, when an oil stove over- Coroner 0. B. Johnson . said heated at 8:59 a.m Saturday Shurn's widow reported he suffered The firemen answered a false from a heart condition, and was alarm at 7:23 p.m. Sunday, turn-i despondent over family a/fairs. ed in at the box at the corner of His wife and two children, Michael, 7, and Janet, 5, had spent Friday night at the Petty home in Peru and returned home to find him dead. He was employed at the Square D plant here and had worked Friday night from 4 p.m. to midnight. The family formerly resided at 618 We.Jt Main street in this city, moving to the farm last February. Shurn was born April 15, 1916, in Illinois, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shurn. Surviving with his widow and two children are his parents. Friends may call after 10 a.m. Monday at the Drake-Flowers funeral home, where final rites will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday. The Rev..Robert Madoski will officiate and burial will be in Mount Hope cemetery. Small Girls Are Injured Two small girls were treated at Memorial hospital Sunday for injuries suffered in accidents. Darla Burkhart, five - year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Burkhart Jr., route 3, is a patient there with a laceration behind her left ear, suffered Sunday morning when a tombstone fell on her while she was playing at the West cemetery, southeast of here near the Blue Ball church. Her father is the caretaker at the cemetery. Alice Alexander, 6, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Alexander, route 6, Hushville, was treated for a wound over her left eye, caused when she ran a piece of steel into her head at Camden Sunday noon. She and her parents were visiting the Norwood Gentry family there when she ran into a building on the bicycle she was riding. Siie was treated and later taken to the Rushville hospital by her parents. Grandmother Is Graduated ROCHESTER, Ind.— Mrs. Geor- ii°' a Masterson of route 1, Rochest- „,. , „. ler, a 44-year-old grandmother, was Mickey Mouse |among the 73 sludents recoiving Jiar. onow at the local high schoo] _ Cartoon i commencement exercises Fridaj Superman ; night . All three of Mrs. Maslerson's sons were present to see her receive her diploma. Her sons ars Randy, a freshman at Ball State who is the father of a year-old Levy Fines On Five In Local JP Court Three truckers and two motorists were fined in the local justice of!daughter; Dana, 12, and Lynn, 11 the peace court Saturday, bolh; r Mrs - Maslerson, who worked at motorists being fined $1 and costs I Logansport over a period of eight years and resided there for a time, and all three truck drivers being! said she decided to return to school fined $25 and costs for PSCI viola-l after she injured her leg in an ac- ions ! cider.t and a doctor told her not Homer Spradlin, 49, Chalmers, lo . wor , !c at a J, ob , wlli f h would r °and Harold Fisher, 28, 921 Race trcct, were both fined for improper passing following their arrests by State Trooper John Gaylor. Truckers fined and their violations were Delphia Weddel, 36, Crete, 111., operating a truck without a copy of PSCI authority; John Emerson, 42, Detroit, having no PSCI decal; and Robert Crawford, 31, St. Louis, operating a truck without PSCI authority. quire too much standing. She has been doing secretarial work in the principal's office at the Lincoln school nine mon'.hs. for the past tOSES HILLFOLD Marilyn Bowman, 82B Sixteenth street, Saturday reported to police that she had lost her billfold, containing $8.65, her drivers license and other valuable papers, in a downtown store. Bringhurst Farmer Expires at Residence , FLORA, Ind.—Chester C. Craft, 45, a Carroll county.. farmer, died at 12:15 p.m. Sunday at his home two miles southwest of Bringhurst, after an illness of eight months. Born Aug. 25, 1911, in Perry county, Indiana, to Joseph and Minnie (Perry) Craft, he was married Aug. 25, 1937, to Mary Trent, who survives. He also, leaves three sons, Harold, Donald and Lowell, all at home; two nieces living in his home, Margaret and Barbara Craft; a sister, Mrs. Virginia White of Mullins, W. Va.; and two brothers, Conway and Roland, both of Tucson, Ariz. He was a member of the Fulton EUB church. Friends may call at the Leiter mortuary, and funeral services will be held at the First Brethren church here with the Rev. C. A. Stewart in charge. The time of the rites has not been set. Burial will be in Maple Lawn cemetery here. Farmer Dies At Star City WLVAMAC, Ind.—William Knox Lehman, 85, a retired Winamac and Francesville farmer, died at 8 a.m. Sunday at the home ot his daughter, Mrs. Ruth Cords, in Star City. Born June 26, 1871, in Lima, Ohio, he was the son of Isaac and Lois (Ridenour) Lehman, He was a member of the Star City Methodist church. Survivors are three sons, Garold ot here, Harold of Star Cily and George W. of Tucson, Ariz.; five daughters, Mrs. Cords of Star Cily, Mrs. Margaret Huffman of Bluffton, Mrs. Lois Shafcr ot Ashland, Ohio, Miss Laura Lehman of Cql- Auto Crashes Injure Three PERU, Ind.—Three persons were injured in Miami county traffic accidents Sunday, and one driver was arrested as a result o: a wreck. _ _ _ Catherine Sue Smith, 12, suffered Jmbus',"6hio,"and M~rs76nie~ Gara fractured collarbone and her; r ; gues c[ pi, oen ix,. Ariz.; 11 grandmother, Mrs. CaUierine L. Smith,' children; a brother. Harry, ot Los 30, of Kokorao, sustained an injury; Angeles; and a sister, Mrs Onie to her left foot when their car col-j p ar k er , Medaryviile. Friends may call at the Fry and Langc funeral home and final services will be held there at 2 p.m. Tuesday with the Rev. Bryan Johnson in charge. Burial will be Roselawn cemetery, Francesville. lided with one driven by Walter S. Lillard Sr., 185 East Sixth street, Peru, at 1.2:30 p.m. Sunday at the south edge of Peru. Lillard pulled onto U.S. highway 31 from the West River road in the path of the southbound station wagon driven by Dale Smith Sr., 36, Kokomo, just south of the Kelley avcr.ue bridge. The injured girl and her mother were treated at Dukes hospital and released. Ruth M. Wisehar 1 ., 24, Kokomo, is in St. Joseph's hospital at Kokomo with injuries suffered at 3:05 p.m. when her car collided with one driven by Joseph F. Steward, 44, Kokomo, at the intersection of U. S. 31 and Ind. 18 south of here. Steward, whose car stalled when he started across 31 in front of the Wisehart car, was charged with failure to yield the right-of-way. Blaze Causes $1,000 Damage to Peru Home PERU, I:id.—A firo which was started when a lighted cigarette set a divan ablaze caused $1,000 damage at the Elisha Musall home, 472 East Canal street, Saturday morning. The flames gutted the living room of the house, destroying the contents of the room, but firemen confined the fire to the one room. Honor Local Jaycee Head Jack Walls, president of the Logansport Junior Chamber of Commerce, was voted the outstanding presklent of Indiana Jaycee clubs in cities of 15,000 to 50,000, at the state Jaycee cor.venlion in Ft. Wayne Saturday night. Walls will be succeeded July 1 by Bill Neville as head of the Logansport club and will assume the post of vice-president of tho third state district. The third district in dudes Jaycee groups in Logansport, Peru, Monticello, Kokomo, Lafayette, Frankfort and Kentland. REPORTS THEFTS' Jerry Roller, 1537 Erie avenue, reported to city police Saturday evening that some tools, a flashlight and two jackets were taken from his car while it was parked by his home. long coats- Junior and Misses sizes NOW 17.50 to 47.50 final spring clearance! COATS and SUITS Reg. $35 to $95 at spring toppers- Junior and Misses sizes NOW 12.50 to 24.99 better suits-Reg. $39.93 to $79.93 Broken sizes for Misses and Juniors NOW 19.99 to 39.99 SAVINGS of 50% Monday Evening, May 27, 1957. 412 E. Broadway budget suits- Broken sizes NOW 11.49 to 17.50 Reg. $22.98 to $35 OFF ALL SALES FINAL! Groups of SUMMER COTTONS lovely new styles opd colors in darks and.pastels Formerly $10.95, now $8.88 Formerly $12.95, now $9.88 Formerly $14.95, now $11.88 Formerly $17.95, now $13.88 326 East Broadway Week Days 9 to 5 J Cxcepf Wednesday 9 to 12 ;T Saturday 9 to 9 X ****** sale 6.00-16 no-trade list pricu 17.90** 6.70-15 NO-TRADE LIST PRICE 20.00** EACH IN SETS OF 4 1. 2, 3 tire price ea. 14.95* 7.10-15 NO-TRADE LIST PRICE 22.10** EACH IN SETS OF 4 1, 2, 3 tire price ea. 16.55* • 1st lino quality—oqual to new car equipment Hroi. • Supar Rayon cord body resists clangorous bruises. • Multi-row, cold-rubber tread for long mileage. *p/oi excise fox end Irade-in tire. **p/ot oxc»< fox. Other Black and Whilewalls also on Sola. WARD RIVERSIDE 6.00-16 NO-TRADE Hit price 15.45** WARDS THRIRY RAYON TIRES 6.70-15 NO-TRADE list price 17.25** 12 95 JLAiEA. 7.10-15 NO-TRADE listpric* 11.95** 14 20 ' JL TEA. S 5 DOWN ON A SET OF 4 Built up to a Standard of quality, not down to a price! *p!us excise lax, trade-in tir». **plus excite fax. GUARANTEED NATION-WIDE

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