Tuesday Evening, May 28, 1957. DAILY RADIO PROGRAMS TUESDAY (All Llstlnss C! \mt ulaiiiJAo \^oubJttj i-'t*. WMAQ WBBM (780) WLS EVENING Dayllsrnt Time) WSAL (1230) 6:00 AlexDreier Bell-Airs *:15 Bus. Newa News *:30 N«w& Sports 6:45 1 Alan's Fan Anderson News Weather News News News Soorta Heatt*r News 7:00 Newe 7:15 Glldersleeve 7:30 NlBhtllne 7:45 Nlshtline Anderson Anderson Peril Peril Newa Newa News Opera JLewla Serenade Mystery Mystery 8:00 News 8:15 Niffhtllno 8:30 Nlehtllne 8:45 Ntgrhtllne News World Sports Music Hall Fun Time- Fun Time News Mantovanl Bob & Ray Bob & Ray Bob & Ray Big Bands 9:00 New* 9:15 Chan S:30 Chan 9:45 Chan News Anderson Robt Q. Robt. News Heatter Haven of Rest Haven of Rest Nfiwn Nltewatch Nitewatch 3-Star Final 10:00 News Nowg 10:15 Nlsht D«ak Mercler 10:30 Night Desk Weitzel 10:45 Sports Weitzol Rudy Rhythm Rudy Rhythm News Music Nitewatch Nitewatch; Nitewatch Nitewatch WEDNESDAY MORNING 8:00 Ales Dreier Harrington, NewsBreaktaui Club News 8:16 Chicago CalL Jim Conway Breakfast Club Rise & Shine 8:30 Chicago Call. (!old Coast Breukfast Club Ads 8:45 News Breakfast Breakfast Club Rise & Shine 9:00 News Arthur Godfrey My True Story Rise & Shine 9:15 Truth-Consed.Arthur Godfrey My True Story Rise & Shine 9:30 Bandstand Arthur Godfrey News News-Melodies 9:45 Bandstand Arthur Godfrey Girl Marries Melodies 10:00 N«WB 10:15 Bandstand 10:30 Bandstand 10:45 Bandstand Arthur Godfrey Arthur Godfrey Elolse-Josn Howard Miller Whisper Sts. Tello-Test News M. Conaldlne Woman's Wo'rl Woman's VVor) Queen-Day Queen- Day 11:OC Newa 11:15 J. Holtman 11:30 J. Holt man 11:45 Duchess News News Backsta^o Wlf» Connidin* Helen Trent MurKoiH Gal Sunday Markets Words Record Shop Carroll Oo. Carroll Co. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 News 12:16 ilorryflsm 12:30 Merryfleld 12:40 Merryfleld Nora Drake Noontime News News ' Ma Perkins Livestock MarkattCo Extension News Dlnnerbell Farm Corner Road or Lilfe Dtnnerbell Farm Corner 1:00 News 1:15 Confessions 1:30 Worn. In Hs« 1:45 Dr. Gentry 2:00 News 2:15 Matinee 2:30 Hilltop 2:45 Pep. Young: 3:00 News 3:15 Goodwin 3:30 Goodwin 3:45 Goodwin 4:00 News 4:15 Jim Mill* 4:30 Sports 4:45 Jim Mill. News Mrs. Burton Strike It Rich . Entertainment House Party House Party Dr. Maione Lucky Ladies Jim Conway Woman Vlow» Gold Coast Take Break Paul Gibson Paul Gibson Paul Gibson Shoo With MlsRU- 6:OC New* News f:15 Wed Howard Harrington-News K:20 Wed Howard Sports 6:46 Stone, News Lowell Thomas Summaries Schooltlme Queen-Day Queen-Day News Jack Paar News Wayno King: News Lornbardo Capt. Stubby Capt, Stubby NOWB Polka Party NOWB Polka Party Weik Welle Weik Newa Plav Ball Play Ball Baseball Baseball Baseball Baseball Baseball Baseball Baseball Hasebull Baseball Scoreboard Off Record Off Record Teen Tunes Teen Tunes Tune Timo Want Ads Memorial Hos Wondnrs TV Programs TUESDAY EVENING 6:00—Channel 4 Rascals Weather News Channel 6 Channel 8 6:15—Channel 6 Channel 8 6:30—Channel 6 Channel 8 6:45—Channel 4 Channel 6 7:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 7:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 8:00—Channel 4 Channel 0 Channel S 8:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 9:00—Channel 4 Channel 8 8:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 10:00—Channel 4 News News J. Winters Name Tune News News Navy Log Murray Dance Phil Silvers Wyatt Earp Panic Private Secy. Broken Arrow Jane Wyman Tell Truth Theater Circle Theater Red Skelton Angel Date $64,000 Cheyene Rosle Clooney Spike Jones Death Valley Channel 6 Star Performance Channel 8 10:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 10:45—Channel 4 Channel 8 11:00—Channel 6 11:30—Channel 6 Martin Kane News Playhouse News Movies Late Show Weather Tonight WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON CDT 12:00-iChannel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 12:15—Channel 6 Channel 8 12:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel S 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 8 3:15—Channel 8 3:30—Channel 4 Channel 8 3:45—Channel 0 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 4 Sight Markets News-Weather F.arm News Farm-Home RFD 4 Club 60 World Turns 4 Sight Miss Brooks Beulah Tenn. Ernie House Party Festival Theater Payoll Crosby Queen for Day Brighter Day Secret Storm Movie Time Edge of Night Romances Movie Time Chapel Door Life of Christ Stu Erwin Churchman Mickey Mouse 'Early Show Chuckwagon Fine Winamac Trucker On Overweight Counts Arvln Carr, 51, of Oil North Market 'Street, Winamac, was fined a total of $47.50 on two overweight truck charges in the local justice of the peace court Monday evening. Carr, arrested by State Trooper Larry Wagenknecht, was fined ?32,75, which included a $14 civil penalty, for being 1,700 pounds overweight on his drive axle, and $1 and.costs for operating a truck over the registered, weight. Several Fined In Peru Court PERU, Ind.—Three drivers were fined and lost their drivers' licenses in Peru city court Monday afternoon for driving while under the influence of intoxicants. A fourth motorist pleaded guilty to the same charge. Tommy Bowers, 27, route 5, Peru, was fined 1700.50 on the driving count and charges of disorderly conduct and having no operator's license. Walter M. Marshall, 22, of 2B West Tenth street, and Edward A. Smith, 37, Kokomo, were both also charged with public intoxication and fined $82.7g apiece All three lost their licenses for a year. James R: McGill, 22, Kokomo Truck Strickes Miami Bridge PERU, Ind.—A couple from Florida and their five children narrowly escaped injury at 1:30 p.m. Monday in an accident four miles .north of Peru on U.S. 31, on ttie .Eel River bridge. .Alice Floyd, 17, of Cross City; Florida, was driver of ..the 1949 one and a half-ton truck. She was accompanied by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Floyd, and four sisters and brothers. Officers sad they were enroute north -on U;S. 31, headed for Fin- vilie, Mich. Just after they strat- ed to enter the bridge, Floyd warned his daughter to let a large northbound tduck go through thei 1 bridge first. She braked and lost I. control of the truck, which swerved! to the left, crashed through the guard rail.of the bridge and went over the cement abutment where it was left hanging precariously by the back wheels. ' Occupants of the vehicle made their escape from the suspended truck by jumping out. State Trooper Joe Tucker and Weputy Shriff Robert Helvie, who investigated, said the truck was a total loss. STUDENTS RIOT, EXPELLED AT BOWLING GREEN Ex-Converse' Resident Is Claimed By Death PERU, Ind.—Final rites for Or- )heus Sisson, 82, former Converse esident who died suddenly Sunday at the home of his son, Victor, near LaFontaine, will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Converse Christian church. The'Rev. R. S. Grubb will officiate and burial will be in the Converso cemetery. Born Sept. 12, 1874, in Howard county to Eliza and Laura (Hullin- ;cr) Sisson, he had resided with lis son for five years, moving hero from Converse. Surviving with the son are three Students at Bowling Green, O., university wield a captured fire hose against firemen during a riot on the campus. Some 2,000 students were involved in the riot, which included building a bdnflrc, .burning the school president in effigy and blacking traffic. Twelve students were expelled. The fracas started as a protest against discipline over a "no liquor" rule. (International.) Driver Hurt. In Accident William A. Lytle, 26, of 833 West Melbourne avenue, was injured, apparently not seriously, in a one-car wreck half a mile south of the city on the old Kokomo pike at 8:45 p.m. Monday. Lytle was headed north when, he daughters, Mrs. Ray Fahl of Wa-!said, a rear tire blew out, causing jash, Mrs. Elmer Place of Ft. jhim to lose control of his car, which Wayne and Mrs. Kenneth Julian W ent off the right side of the road of Massillon Ohio; step-son, Rus-j The vehic , which was exten . se Shrock, Ft. Wayne; four grand-! sive , damaged tore down several chi dren; two great-grandchildren; rods o£ fence and broke off a tele . and a brother, Willis, of Marion. Friends may call at the Zbok and <arrison mortuary, Converse, Former Monricello Woman Passes Away MONTICELLO, • Ind. Mrs. Gladys Pease, 63, native of Carroll county and former Mor.ticello resident, died Sunday in Los Angeles, !alif., according to word received ere. BoriT Aug. 7, 1893, in Carroll! county, to James and Etha (Culum) Pickering, she came to Mon- .icello in 1903 and graduated from the local high 'school in 1911. She was a school teacher in White county and in Canyon City,! phone pole before, coming to a stop on its top, partially on the road and partly in a ditch along the side. Lytle was rushed to Memorial hospital in the McCloskey-Hamilton ambulance, but apparently suffered only cuts and bruises. Deputy Sheriff Roy King investigated tho mishap. Lifetime White County Resident Passes Away . MONTICELLO, Ind.—Rites' for., Mrs. Mary Jane Van Voorst, 91,1 ' who died at her home west of| sters Union President Dave'Beck Monticello at 4:15 .p.m. Saturday'Monday was issued a subpena to Beck Issued New Subpena SEATTLE, Wash. (UP)—Team- will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Thompson funeral home, grand jury. Beck had made arrangements . . j i w ;/ £ rne < with grand jury chief special A u, „ ! ' asslst ™ °y tle . Re .v ; i prosecutor William F. Devin to re- Arthur Harmon, and burial will ceive the document at his nomei be in the Chalmers cemetery. The grand jury, called.to investi- A lifetime resident of White!gate alleged misdoings by Team- will county, she was born May 16, I860, to John H. and Mary Elizabeth Row. She was married March 14, 1886, to Charles Van Voorst, 'who died in 1936. Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Charles F. Minch of Reynolds and Mrs. Guy Wolverton, with whom she resided since the de.ath. of her husband; a son, C. Gilbert of Chicago; five grandchildren, including Mrs. Max Morris of Logansport; and seven great-grandchildren. ster Union officials, is recessed until June 17 while investigative work is continued. Beck announced Saturday that he | would not seek re-election as presi- 'dent of the union in Miami, Fla., next September. Devin also announced that sub- penas have been served on Tom Maloney, Spokane; and Nick Santarelli, Ray Heisterman, Don McDonald, and Teamster auditor Fred Verschucren 'Sir., all of Seattle. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Five Fail To Get Accounting For 450 American Government Reports Failure In Effort To Get Chinese Reds To Account For Prisoners In Korea midnight after similar talks In the Kremlin during the United WASHINGTON (UP) — The government reported failure Monday in its long effort to get the Chinese Communists to account for 450 American Korean War prisoners and said the men must be presumed dead. But spokesmen for the" Defense and State departments assured a House Foreign Affairs subcommittee, that they would continue to press the Reds for an accounting in hopes that some of the men might be alive. Assistant Secretary of State Walter S. Robertson emphasized, however, that "there isn't -any evidence that' any of them arc alive." Stephen S. Jackson, deputy assistant secretary of defense, agreed. While it is possible some of the men are alive, he said, the Defense Department has no. positive information or intelligence from any source that such is the case.• > « The subcommittee also heard U. Alexis Johnson, U.S. ambassador to Czechoslovakia and chief U.S. negotiator for the return or accounting of the missing men. Charges "Run-Around" Johnson said he has • held 67 meetings with the Communists at Geneva, Switzerland, since August, 1955, and on numerous occasions brought up the prisoner question. "Their answer has consistently been that they have no prisoners of ours," the diplomat said. The subcommittee is studying proposals to have Congress state its "indignation and hock" and to ask President Eisenhower to make the return of the 450 prisoners "an important objective of tile foreign policy of the United States." William Worthy Jr., an American newsman who recently visited China, accused the State Department Monday of giving the "runaround" to families of prisoners held by the Chinese Communists. He was expected to meet at once with the British, French and Canadian delegates before plunging into a new round of talks with Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister Valerian Zorin. Zorin arrived shortly before Nations disarmament subcommittee's 10-day recess. Stassen and Zorin had prepared the groundwork for agreement in a series of secret meetings outside the main conference. Success appeared to hinge on whether Zorin has been authorized to proceed along the lines they worked out. Apparently this would include Russia abandoning its stand that the West must renounce use of the H-bomb and A-bomb before disarmament can begin. The West has rejected this stands on grounds it must have the super • weapons to equal Russia's superior strength in conventional weapons and manpower. Stassen's last - minute instructions from President Eisenhower were so secret that neither the U.S. delegation which remained behind in London nor the Western Allies had been informed about them. British and French officials asked to have the conference postponed a week while the West consults, but the United States chose to go immediately into negotiations with the Soviets. Holiday Traffic Toll Of 120 Is Predicted CHICAGO (UP)—The National Safety Council Monday estimated 120 persons may be killed in traffic accidents during the 30-hour Memorial Day holiday between 6 p.m. Wednesday and midnight Thursday. The toll would be 45 more than the average of 75 for a non-holiday Thursday in May. Council President Ned H. Dearborn asked holiday drivers to "honor the dead by respecting the living." during the holiday period. OSCAR RUDE DIES MONTICKLLO. Ind.—Oscar E. Rude, 85, father of Herbert Rude and brother of Mrs. Artie Harper, both of Monlicello, died at his Fair Oaks home Sunday. Funeral roles will be held at Rensselaer Tuesday and burial will be at Fair Oaks. pleaded not guilty to the driving] Co . 10 -. f ° r several years before count to not having an operator's license, and his trial was set for June 3. Clarence Bowers, 22, route 5, Peru, was fined $32 for improper registration and disorderly conduct, and Ronald Davis, 19, of the Bunker Hill air base, was fined $17.755 for reckless driving. Six persons were arraigned for public intoxication, with two receiving fines and jail terms, three others being' fined and one being ordered to leave town. Disorderly conduct charges against Richard Carswell, 19, Peru and Lawrence Hcnsley, Kokomo, were dismissed. PRECAUTION EPFINGHAM, 111—An Effingham doctor who was to lead a Cham- going to California. Services and burial will be held Wednesday at Los Angeles. SET CRAFT RITES FLORA, Ind.—Final rites for Chester . C. Craft, 45, who died Sunday at his farm home near Bringhurst, will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the First Brethren church here, the Rev. C. A. Stewart in charge, and burial will be in Maple Lawn cemetery. Friends may call at the Leiter funera home. Now-a simple guide tells you which grade of gasoline your car needs_ MONTICELLO FIREMEN OUT MONTICELLO, Ind. — Firemen were called to the Monticello Bowl ing Lanes Saturday evening when a. cooler motor caught fire, parcntly from a short in the wlr bcr of Commerce discussion group ling,, and filled De' building with passed out "tranquillity" pills to.dense smoke. The bowling lanes the listeners. 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