Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on July 1, 1957 · Page 17
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 17

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, July 1, 1957
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Monday Evening, July l, 1957. TV Programs MONDAY 6:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 C: 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 8 8:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 1:30—Channel 4 Channel 8 Channel' 8 9:00—Channel 8 9:30—Channel 4 , Channel 6 lOrOO—Channel 6 Channel 8 10:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 10:45—Channel 4 Channel 8 11:00—Channel 6 11:30—Channel 6 EVENING Rascals Weather News News News Nat Cole Robin Hood 'News News Lone Ranger Showcase Burns-Allen Firestone Talent, Scout Press Cont. Showcase Lucy Welk Montgomery Dec. Bride Studio 1 Wire Service Annapolis Capt. Griet Stage 7 News Playhouse News Movies Late Show Weather Tonight DAILY RADIO PROGRAMS (All Listings Cent ral Daylight Time) MONUAX EVENING 6:00 DrtUr 1:15 Bui. N«w« «:30 New. S:45 Man'i Fam. Josh Brady New. Sporu Anderson News Marktta News News-Sport« New. Sporu Heattw Hennessey 7:00 News 7:15 Symphony 7:30 Symphony 7:45 Symphony Anderson Anderson Suspense Suspense Heatttr Lewi* Flreston* Firestone Lewis Serenade Mystery Mystery 8:00 Telephone HrNew* ' News Bob & Ray 8:15 Telopnon. HrTBA Music Hall Bob-Ray 8:30 TEA Music Hall Mantovanl Bob.Rny 1:45 TBA • Music Hall Mantovanl Serenade 9:00 News 9:lo Chan 9:30 Chan 3:45 Chan News Belial rs-Cleary R. Q. bewl» Q. . R. News Imagination Rest Haven Rest 'Haven Newi Nlte Watch Nlte Watcl Nlte Watch 10:00 News 10:15 NlRht D.«l> 10:30 Night Desk 10:45 Sports Weltzel Mercler Weuzel Weltzel Rudy Rhythm Rudy Rhythm News Music News Ntto Watch Nltu Watch Nite Watch and a larceny suspect were killed Sunday in a gun duel at the- .llth floor, lockup of Chicago police headquarters. Lavern Jamison, 28, picked up late Saturday in an investigation, grabbed the service revolver o! TUESDAV MORNING TUESDAt AFTERNOON CDT 12:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 3 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 B 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 6 4:00—Channel 6 Channel 8 4:15—Channel 8 4:30—Channel 8 4:45—Channel 4 5:00—Channel 4 Channel 8 5:30—Channel 6 6:15—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 Fayoli , Crosby Queen Bright Day Secret Storm Movietime Edge oj Night Romances Movie Time Chapel Door Life ol Christ Stu Erwin What New? Mickey Mouse ' Early Show Superman Cartoon 8:00 Drier New* 8:15 Chicago Call. Jim Conw»7 9:30 Chicago Cull Gold Coait S:4b NewB Brady Breakfast Club Breuktaat Club Breakfast Club New> Muslo Muslo MualL 9:00 Bandstand 9:15 Bandstand 6:30 Bandstand 9--I5 Bandstand Art'uur Godfrey' Arthur Godfrey Arthur Godfrey Arthur Godfrey Trut* Slory True Story Newi Girl Marries Record! Devotion* New. 10:00 Bandstand Artnur Godfrey Whimpering Sts. Woman • Wor 10:15 Bandstand Arthur Godfrey Jack Paar Woman's World 10:30 Bandstand Elolse & Jo»h. New» Quoen-IJaj I0:« Bandstand How Miller Martha Cran« Queen-Day 11 ,uu News 11:15 J • Uoltman 11:30 J Holtman 11:45 Duchefls Wendy Warren tiackfltage ' , Helen Trent Gal Sunday News •Mllll* Marl: ell Market! Words M. Consldlne Carroll Co. Bulletin! TUESDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 News Nora Drak« New! -News m:lo M Murryfleld Ma Perkins Market* Co. Ext. 12:SO M MerryfleldNows . Dlnnerbell Farm corner 12:46 .Merryfleld Road ol Life Dlnnerbell Farm Corner 1:00 News News l:1o j!m Mills Mm. Burton 1:30 Worn, in HsStrlke Rich 1:4' Dr Gentry Rntortalnment News-Market?! Schooltlmu Quoen-Day Queen-Day Flay Ball Play Ball Baseball 2:00 News 2:lb Matinee 2:30 Hilltop 2:45 Pep Voung House Party 'House Party Dr. Malone. Lucky Ladled News Jack Muslo Musio Paar Hascball Baseball baseball Baseball 3:00 News Jim Conway News Baseba 1 3:15 Bill Goodwin view News Muslo Hall Baseball 3:30 Bill Goodwin Go.'u Coast Capt. Stubby J3aseball 3:45 Bill Goodwin Take Break I" 1 "- Stubby Scorebonra 4:00 News 4:15 Mills 4:30 Sports 4:45 Howard Paul Gibson Paui Gibson Paul Qlbaon Josh Brady News Polka Time News Polka Party Oft Record Nows Teen Tun«! Teen Tunes 6:00 News Magazine Bob A Kay 6:lFi Howard Harrington. Nrw» Bob & Ray 6:30 Howard Sports Bob & Bay 6:46 News Lowell Thomas N«w» Tune Time Want Ad» Pub, Service Wonders Eight Fined InJ.P.Court Eight drivers were fined on a variety of traffic charges in the local justice of the peace court during the-weekend. Lewis A. Irvin, 17, ot 1710 Spear Doss A. Gibson, 60 Of Monticello, Dies MO.NT1CELLO, .Ind.—Rites for Doss Allison Gibson, M, Monticello, well-known former circus drummer who died Saturday at the Veterans hospital in Indianapolis, will be held at 1:30 p. m. Monday at the 'Miller funeral here, the Rev. D. Lester Officer,Suspect Slain At Police Headquarters Larceny Suspect Grabs Revolver Of Policeman And Shoots Him In Headquarters Lockup; Second Officer Drops Killer CHICAGO (UP) — A policeman Death Claims Frank Johnson GALVESTON, Ind.—Frank Johnson, 73, a Galveston resident since policeman Michael Lukaszewski,'1937, <ji e d at 8:30 p. m. .Sunday 25, from its holster and shot the at the home o£ his son,.Ned, here, policeman. . ; He had been ill several days with Lukaszewski's partner, Anthony a heart condition. Born July 21, 1883, in Howard county to Sylvanus and Mary (Couk) Johnson, he was' married to Mary Florence Downhour, who die<l March 31, 1926. He' had "worked as an attendant at the service station ol his son, Ne<l. He also leaves another son, Fred Ooncialdo, however, pumped five shots iiito Jamison in the gun battle which raged along a cell block. The. two officers and Jamison were taken to St. Luke's Hospital where Lukaszewski. and Jamison died. Concialdo, who suffered an arm wound, was in good condition. Lukaszewski and Concialdo, pa- Lrol car officers, had picked up Jamison and .three other prisoners seized by detectives in a larceny investigation on the Near North Side. After escorting the prisoners -to, wiiu the -lockup, the officers were : j n g making out arrest slips when Jam-. ison made his move. He grabbed! Lukaszewski's revolver, firing as soon as he had withdrawn the gun from its holster. Lulcaszewski fell, with a head wound, and Jamison ran along Uie cell block tiring wildly at Concial- do and George Scholz, lockup keeper, as they pursued him. Concialdo and Scholz closed in, and Concialdo pumped five bullets into Jamison before.he dropped to tile lockup floor. of Sheffield, Ala.; children; a sister, three Mi's. grand- Marie Sprinkle, Galveston; and a brother Har'yey, ot Frankfort. A son, Del- ber.t, and two sisters are deceased. The body is at the Thomas funeral home here. Rites are pend- Brake Failure Is Blamed For Train Tragedy Six Killed As Freight Train Crashes Broadside Into ' Streamliner Dixieland GUTHRIE, Ky. (UP)-Two train crewmen said Sunday the • brakes apparently failed to hold -on a freight train that crashed bro'ad-' side into the Chicago-to - Miami streamliner Dixieland here Saturday, killing six persons. ~* The Louisville and Nashville Railroad, which operated both trains, said 21 persons wer> injured. They were being treated in at » hour when the child fell out. hospitals' in four or five towns I He reported that the boy suffered near this city just north of the! a ' least four fractures of his skull. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Seventeea Fall From Car Injures Child ROCHESTER, Ind. — Four-year- old James Briney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Briney of route 1, Kewanna, remained in serious condition Sunday at Woodlawn hospital with a fractured skull, suffered when he fell from a -car driven by his mother Friday night. The boy was continuing to improve from his fall, sustained as he was riding with his mother to a grocery store at the intersection of stale road 14 and 17. The Erin- eys reside on hignway 17, east of the intersection. Sheriff Laurence Norrls said the auto was traveling about 40 miles Tennessee border. The scene of the collision that crushed a dining car filled with dinner-time passengers and derailed five other cars was cleared of wreckage during the night and normal schedules on the line were resumed, W.H. Kendall, vice president in charge of operations for the L&N, said. Kendall said th£ cause of the accident is still unknown and may not be determined until a joint, investigation by the railroad and scl ' ools , . . .. . . . the Interstate Commerce Commis- sources °f sclenc ? teachmc talent — retired scientists and college Science Teacher Program Suggested L'RliANA, 111.—'teacher certification officials should be encouraged to waive temporarily the teacher training requirements of persons qualified in the sciences, the American Society for Engineering Education says. "This Nab Teen-agers For Break-Ins, Theft Of Beer Five Boys Picked Up After Beer Is Found In Old, Abandoned House In County. Five teen-age local boys are being held in the Cass county jail in connection with three break-ins at local alcoholic beverage distributor firms, and the theft ot a large quantity of beer. Three of the boys wore caught late Saturday night when they went to an old, abandoned house northeast of town where 20 cases of beer had been hidden the priv- ious night. They implicated two other youths in the break-ins, ac. cording to Sheriff 0. R. Carson. Sheriff Carso nsaid four of the five boys, who are aged 15 and IB, admitted taking part in one or more o the break-ins, while the Jifth was apparently innocent on that count. The sheriff said he was notified Saturday morning by Bob Shaffer of route , owner of the farm where the beer was Bidden in the empty house, that the 20 cases of beer we there. Carson said he investigated and posted special deputies to remain concealed at the old house. Four of the special deputies were on duty at 11 p. m. Saturday when a car with two teen-age girls and three boys drove up. The boys got out and one went into the house and got a case the girls drove down the roud, turned around, and came back. The'special deputies stopped the •group and while they were talking a second car-load of youths pulled up. All of the group were taken to the jail for questioning, but the second group was cleared and thje the two girls in the first group absolved of any guilt. Two of the three boys picked up at the house admitted breaking into the'CHy Beverage firm at.816 West Market street late Friday night and taking the 20 cases of beer . Carson said the boys told him they had planned to sell the beer to help pay lor a car. One of the trio also admitted two break-ins at the Elliotts Distributors, 615 Eric avenue, one recently and the other last year, the sherlt fsaid. Two other boys were implicated, one who took part in all three break-ins and one who was in on only the first, Carson reported. The two who were implicated were- taken into custody, one Saturday night and the other Sunday morning. Sheriff Carson said no charges Tiad been filed against the youths yet. costs apiece for speeding, while | Emanael B. Kosanke, 22, Cedar Lake, was fined $5 and costs on the same charge. Irvin was arrested by State Trooper Larry Wagenknecht, Kosanke was arrested Trooper John Gaylor June. 22 by and Kirtley was arrested Saturday by Troop er Dick Keyes. Richard C. Wolf, 25, of 3026 Pennsylvania avenue, arrested by Walton Town Marshal Harold Slusher for exceeding a 30-mile- an-hour speed limit at Walton, was fined $1 and cosls. Willis Dishner, route 2, Walton, and Earnest A. Ortega, 27, of the Bunker Hill air base, were fined $5 and costs apiece for parking on the traveled portion ot -a highway. Both were arrested Friday by Deputy Sheriff Lionel Davis, Horace Orr Jr., 31, Dallas, Texas, and Raymond J. Brenneman, Middlcburg, were fined $1 and cosls apiece for improper passing. Orr was arrested Sunday near Ciy- mers by Trooper Keyes, and Brenneman WAS slated June 18 by Trooper Wagenknecht. Girl Runs Into Plow, Suffers Cut On Leg Ruth Kranz, nine - year - old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fcrol Kranz, route 2, Walton, was. treated at St. Joseph's hospital Sunday evening for'a cut on her right leg, suffered when she ran into a plow at her home, She was dismissed after treatment. Charles Appleton, route 2, Camden, was treated at the same hospital late Sunday afternoon for an injury to the large toe on his right foot, suffered in a minor mishap at the municipal swimming pool. A native of Idaville, he was born July 28, 1B96, the son of William H. and Mildred (Doss) Gibson. The deceased had always maintained his home here, although he spent many years as a drummer with Ringling Brothers, Clyde Beatty's show and Mills Brothers, A veteran of World War I, he served in France and was a member'of the American Legion. Survivors are a brother, Herbert, Logansport; an aunt, Miss Myrtle Gibson, of here; and an uncle, Alferd Gibson, of Decatur, Ind., formerly of Idaville. ELKHART GAINS POPULATION ELKHART (UP) — A special count by the United States Census Bureau resulted in a population gain of 2,640 over the official 1950 census of 38,286,'mayor E.L, D»n- ielsan revealed today. The increase in population means the city now is eligible for more than $18,000 annually in its share of slate gasoline tax distribution. would permit to turn to valuable new JUSTIFIED COMPLAINT ROCHESTER, N.. Y. — John Janowicz complained when billed by the city $3,66 for removing snow from his sidewalk. He said he's lived on his street for 10 years and it still has no sidewalks. Car Forced Off Highway DELPHI, Ind. — An Indianapolis man and his two children narrowly escaped injury at 8:45 p. m. Saturday when their car was forced off U 1 . S. 421 south o£ Patton by two autos whic hwere racing, the man reported. Charles Dennis told officers he pulled of C the road to avoid the other two cars, and lost control of jpark avenue, passed away at 7:15 his car: The auto went into a a , m. Sunday following a linger- ditch, tore down eight rods of ; ; ng illness, fence and came to' a stop in a i A member of the Market street field 'i nmud. up to its running ; M. E. church, she was born March sion is completed. J.T. Smith, fireman on the west- .bound freight, said Engineer Walter Raspberry applied the brakes, since the freight was scheduled to stop at the rail, line intersection beside the train station here. He said the freight kept going for 25 car lengths, even after Raspberry applied the emergency brakes, and crunched into the slow - moving Dixieland. Long Illness Is Fatal To Mrs. Ida B.Jones Mrs. Ida Belle Jones, 74, of 39 teachers, for example," an ASEE report explained. The report said that, if the cer tification requirements were relaxed, many industries could share their staff members to help teach science in high schools. The. society's secondary schools committee saic! industry also could help by providing summer jobs for science teachers. And it applauded summer programs, such as those sponsored by the National Science Foundation, which bring high school science teachers back to university campusus. The committee said the proles' sional and social status of all high school teachers should be improved, their extra-curricular loads re- boards. Dehnis^told officers it was necessary to call a wrecker from Monticello to get hisc ar out of the _ \Z3, 1883,"7n''virginia,"nird"had"been; t i uce < 1 and assistants provided to a Logansport resident for many I relieve them of routine. field. Carroll county Deputy Sheriff John Miller and State Trooper Keller from Monticello, investigated. Read the Classified Ads years. ; 1 Survivors are her husband, Joel; D. Jones; a brother, John Nickels, Aberdeen, S. D.; a sister, Mrs. Ben Avery, also of Aberdeen; and several nieces and nephews. The body is at the Chase-Miller mortuary, where friends may call after 5 p. m, Monday. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. ARREST DRIVER Donald Craft, 17, of route 2, Flora, was charged with running a red light following a minor collision al 4 p. m. Sunday at North Third street and Miami avenue. The youth was slated for city court and released. Air Traffic Equipment Interferes With TV BENTON HARBOR, Mich.—Puzzled authorities finally found out what was causing the zig on local television screens where there should have been a zag. Source of :he trouble was a small shack in the middle of a nearby farm. Inside the shack is Civil Aeronautics Administration equipment to guide air traffic to and from Chicago. The CAA said TV signals bounced off the metal skins of airplanes as the radio equipment juided them directly over the area. FIREMEN CALLED City firemen were called to the Pete Conroy home. 701 Wheatland avenue, at 8:55 p. m. Sunday when Conroy saw sparks flyiag fro mhis television antenna on the roof, but firemen could find no blaze.. • How much longer arc you going to delude yourself with promises to "sec the Doctor" as soon as you can get around to it? Make that appointment today! Let his knowledge of modern science help you back to Health and Happiness. And—be sure to bring us your Doctor's prescriptions! Central Drug Co. George Kimbrough, R. Ph. 4th at Bdwy. Ph. 3131 Man Is Hospitalized And Woman Jailed As Result Of Fight Benny Miller, 68, of 132C Woodlawn avenue, was lodged in Memorial hospital Sunday evening with injuries suffered in an altercation at hi shome, while Katherine Crocker, 57, -who allegedly administered the injuries, was jailed for disorderly conduct. A similar charge was filed against Miller ,who was hospitalized with a bump on the back of his head and a possible-fractured rib. Police, called by neighbors, took custody of a length ot lead pipe and two old guns, a rifle and a shotgun, with which the two reportedly tried to settle their differences. ESTIMATE SURPLUS WASHINGTON (UP)—The 1057 tmiiiiu ""-ifjggj,] ycar cnds at midnight Sun. ol beer while dfly ^ ^ ^ govbernment about one billion dollars in ,thc black for its operations In tlic past 12 months. It was the second straight year the administration has shown a budgetary surplus. Jefferson Bureau to Convene Tuesday Public relations will be the topic for discussion when the Jefferson township Farm Bureau meets at S o'clock Tuesday evening at the Lake Cicott school. The. Pet and Hobby club will meet at Uie same time and roll call will be. answered with the name of a pet. The program will be the regular ice cream supper, and members are reminded to bring their own dishes and cake. Read the Classified Ads I COLLEGE MATRIMONY COLUMBUS, 0. - Married men make up more Hum a ihlrd of the male enrollment at Ohio Stale University, but fewer tban a tenth oE the co-eds are married. There are 1,873 married men and 434 married women on the campus. Ohio Slate's total enrollment is 20,324. 'BIGGEST! SALE! NOW IN FULL SWfNG! ENTIRE STOCK i Sport Shirts 20 l i l i % OFF Buy Now For The 4th of July Holiday! I I I I I at Sofa $238.00 Stip Tabiei $37.50 on'. Welsh Cabin«t...._ ..... $159.00 Round Dlnlnj Table ............ $74.50 Chairs. $27.70 Wing Chtlr $104.00 Sectional Sof»._., $162.50 eo. Met. CockWI Table $39.95 Corner Table $36.50 Music Cabinet $71.00 Upper Unit ; $49.30 BENNETT'S Ethan Allen Colonial... THE CHARM THAT ENDURES > 7-~»' $89.00 $189.00 $52.50 $71.00 $82.-50 $69.00 Three Drawer Cheit ____ Triple Dreiser Mirror Corner Desk Shutter Door Cabinet Spindle Bed Charm ... warmth... inviting appeal—all enduringly yours in this delightful Ethan Allen bedroom. Most economical, too, when you plan with furniture from our open stock collection of Ethan Allen by Baumritter. Coordinated for bedroom, living room and dining room, hand finished to a warm brown nutmeg tone—EthAn Allen is furniture the whole family will love for years to come. Make a starter purchase now—fill in later as your needs grow. It will *dd new pleasure, new pride to your living! See it nowl NOTICE Prices quoted above are list. Items can bt purchased at this price on term payments with . . . NO CARRYING CHARGE Items purchased for CASH are subject to 10% CASH DISCOUNT 313-315 E. Broadway Phone 3S32

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