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Friday, May 31, 1957
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Friday Evening, May SI, 1957. DAILY RADIO PROGRAMS (All Listings Central Daylight Time) WMAQ WBBM (780) WLS WSAL (1230) FRIDAX EVENING • :00 AUz Drier ^ell-Airs 6:30 News Sports 6:45 J Man's Fam Anderson 7:00 Monitor Anderson 7:15 Monitor Anderson 7:30 Monitor Danger 7:45 Monitor Danger • :00 Monitor - Newa 8:15 Monitor World 8:30 Monitor Suorts 8:45 Monitor Music Kail 9 :00 Cavalcade Murrow »:15 Cavalcade Anderson 9:30 Cavalcade Robert Q. 9:45 Moscow R.obert Q. 10:00 News News 10:1& Night De*k Mercier 10:30 Night Desk WeiUel 10:45 Sports Weitzel NewB Nfcwa Weather Sporta News Heatter News News Heatter Fuiton Lewi» News Serenade News Mystery ^luaic Mystery ' News Bob ft Ray Music Hall Bob & Ray Fun Time Bob & Ray Fun Time -Big Bands News News Imagination Nlgrht watch Rest Haven Night watch Rest Haven Night watch Rudy Nightwatch Kudy Night watch Mu.sjc Nightwatch News Nightwatch SATURDAY MOItNING 8:00 Norman Rosa Jonn Harrington Netva Rise-Shin* 8:15 Normao ROBS John Httrrmscon Barn Uitnce Pr«i illse-Shin* 8:30 News Jch.i Harrington News Ads 8:45 Books Job Harrington Barn Dane* Prev. Kise-Shlne 9:00 News John Harrington Bare Dane* Prev Hl-so-Shine *:15 Monitor John Karri-niiton Bur Dance Prev Riso-Shlno *:30 Chicago Galen Drake News Melodies 9:45 Monitor Galen Drake Rita Ajicot Melodies 10:00 Newa Kobert Q. 10.15 Monitor Robert Q. 10:30 Weather Josh Brady 10:45 Monitor Joah Brady 11:00 Quaill/ MuaiuNews 11:15 QjNalit:? MuslcGeo. Watson 11-30 Naws Gunsmokc 11 :45 Monitor Ounsmoke News Tune Tim era Rita Ascot Tune Timers News Tune Timers Rita Ascot Tuno Timers Newtt Proudly Hall Agrf. 1 USA Proudly Hall News Chanc* TEA Chance SATURDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 Nows N*»w*i 12; 15 Farm-Horn* Josh Brady 12:30 Groocho Paul Gibson 12:45 Groucho Paul GIbaon 1:00 News Newn 1:16 Monitor Mai EeJla.lr« 1:30 Monitor Bellairs 1:45 Monitor liellalrs 2:00 News iiellalm 2:15 Monitor Jieilalm J:30 Monitor Bellairs 2:45 Monitor Bellalra 2;00 Newa Bollaira 3:15 Monitor Bellalra 3:20 Monitor Jifil]zi!rs 3:45 Monitor J^nairs 4:00 NewH Sports 4:15 Monitor Jif;l);ilr« 4:30 Monitor Bellalra &:<JQ NCWR News £:15 KHCCH Carmichaol 6:30 Itic Rhythms Mai Beljalr* (:45 Rio Rhythmn Mul BulJRlrs Nixon Address Move in Bid foi WASHINGTON (UP)— The columnists and pundits seem to have missed the most important angle of Vice President Richard M. Nixon's speech last week in New York before the American Iron and Steel Institute. The important angle was political. It was this: Nixon deliberately tied himself in that speech to the Eisenhower administration. Tied himself and soaked the knot in water so that it wilL not become untied. Repeatedly, hulf a hundred times, in that speech Nixon u.sed the word "we" in stating his views on the liidunJiower budget. It was the most important public appearance of the vice president since the JW56 presidential campaign, First Vital MOVB The speech wa.s the vital first "move" which Nixon's friends have been expecting and urging him to m-ake toward gaining the 10W) Republican presidential nomination. In other language, the speech reads like a frank and bold bid for President KJsenhower'.s active support in J%0. Nixon hurried off to Africa after last year's campaign. He made a fc-w after-campaign speeches, but had seemed to be avoiding major Naws Nows Market!" KFLi Roundup Red Poley Farm Corner Hf;rJ F*oley Farm Corner Festival "\Varm-up Kt s 1 1 v a 1 "Warm-up Festival Baseball Festival Baseball NF/WS Baseball Fu.iLfval BaayiiLill F'!«tiva.l BaKobull FfcMtiva! J3aHcl>ulI NOWH Baseball FtHLlval iJiiHfcball F<j<Uiv;U JJa.-ictmJl FoHtival banebji.il .New* • Kc.nrt'.H TLJA A: el Clark Showcase M«l Chirk Hnowcano Mel Clark NfcWH Nr-.WH-SllGrttt Khowcane Ads Hpe«?d w;iy Mut>Ir::ilo KjHf.;dw;iy MtiNlr-ulu Called First r Nomination Camden Rev. Lewis Deardorff, who resigned as pastor of Lower Deer Creek Church of the Brethren, and his family were honored Tuesday evening in the church witn a carry-in supper and program, licv. Deordorff has been pastor here seven years. He has accepted pastorate of a church near North Manchester. A lawn parly and treasure hunt will he held Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Max George, by members of the AAC class of the Baptist Sunday School. War Mothers club will meet June (i at the home of Mrs. Maude Jones. 'Mr. and Mrs. Perry 0. Vandc- veer of Alamo, Tex., have been visiting friends- here! On Sunday at 10:M a. m. the new pastor, Kev. William Mos- cliell, will conduct the worship service at the Lutheran church. liev. Moschttll was graduated from llarnma Divinity school May 10. He expects to move his family here Hie first week in .'June. A program will he presented at UK; Lower Deed Creek church Sunday morning by children of the Sunday school. The closing Vacation Bible School TV Programs FRIDAY EVENING 6:00—Channel 4 Rascals Weather News News Doug Edwards Cugat Beat Clock News News Jim Bowie Blondie West Point Crossroads Riley Zane Gray Treasure Hunt On Trial , Adam-Eve • Pendulum Playhouse Big Story , Detective Sports Line Up Cochise Person-Person Red Barber Hiway Patrol 0. Henry Studio 57 News Code 3 News Movies Late Show Weather 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 6 •Channel 8 8:30—Cha'nnel 4 Channel 8 Channel 6 9:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 9:30—Channel 4 Channel 8 9:45—Channel 6 10:00—Channel 4 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 Tonight SATURDAY AFTERNOON <CDT) 12.00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 12:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 12:45—Channel 8 1:00—Channel 8 Channel 4 Channel 6 2:00—Channel 6 Channel 4 3:30—Channel 8 4:00—ChanneM G Channel 4 Channel 8 4:30—Channel 8 4:45—Channel 8 5:00—-Channel 4 Channel fi Channel H 5:30—Channel 6 Channel B Channel 4 Playhouse Roy Roger s Lone Ranger Many-Few? Fury Schools Dizzy Dean Baseball Bennett TEA Baseball Highlights Cartoons 500 Trials 500 Trials Museum B;.g Picture Film LaUie Moore Buffalo Jr. Ramar Wild Bill . Cisco Kid Biff Baker Death Claims Flora Woman FLORA, Ind. — Mrs. Lizzie Eckerle, 81. died at 12:15 p.m. Wednesday at St. Elizabeth's hospital in Lafayette after suffering a heart attack Tuesday evening. She was born three miles southeast of Flora on Dec. 10, 1875, to George and Mary Ann (Flora) Witter, and was married Oct. 23, 1898, to William E. Eckerle, who survives. She also leaves a son, George L. of Moorhead, Minn.; a grandson; three brothers, Date, Orval and John Witter, all of Flora, rural route;, two sisters, Mrs. Addie Burns of here and Mrs. Florence Brower of Flora, rural route; and four relatives who were raised in the Eckerle home, Mrs. Nancy Gish of Burrows, Mrs. Dorothea Cors of Elkhart; Mrs. Lois Zartman of Indianapolis and Mrs. Elizabeth Guise, Bringhurst, rural rpute. The deceased was a member of the Church of the Brethren here, the WCTU and the Kil Rare club. Friends may call after 4 p.m. Friday at the Loiter mortuary and final rites will bo held at 2 p.m. Saturday al the Flora Church of the Brethren, where the body will lie in state for an hour, with the I Rev. Charles Dumond in charge^ Burial will be in Maple Lawn I cemetery. ! CROSSWORD PUZZLE An ' WBr to *"*«*"''• PUI1 " ACROSS 1—Vehicle 4—Trinket 8—Free ticket 12—Egss 13—wine measure (Dl.) 14—Mixture 15—Pertaining to a race of people 17—Alight IS—Hostelrlea 19—Country of .North America 21—Radiating bar on'wheel 23— Wen-tooted bird 24—Transfixes 25—Criterion 2D—Wing 30— Retail establishment 81—Brown kiwi 32—Pertinent 34—Remain 35—Largo bundla 36—Checks 37—Wild 40—Refuse from grapes 41— Fuel , 42—Shuddered 40—Gaelic 47—Tarpaulin (colloq.) 43—Man's name 49—Having pedal dtgita 60—Has an obligation Cl—Everybody's uncle DOWN' 1—Pcruso 2—The Icava. 3—Sano pint, by Uniim mtuit 4—American explorer 5—Sea eagles 6—Collection of facts 7—A state- g—Country of Kuropc S_\Vord of sorrow 10—Fall 11—Soft drink 1C—Writing Uu!d» 20—Path 21—Box 22—Heap 23—Heating device 25—Kind of driBBcr 20—Pieces of merchandise 27—Having a chestnut color • with white 28—Periods of time 30—4,n tiered animal 83—hiCSBcncd 34—European 36—Inclined ronciwiiys 37—BarrneiHla 38— Danish island ri9—Urn •JO—Simple 43—Uncooked 44— CJuirto'H hlffh note 45—Obscur* Report Tipton Scfcool Windows Broken Out Three windows were broken at the Tipton school, 1529 Wright street, sometime Wednesday night or Thursday, and the investigation by city police indicated that it was a case of vandalism rather than breaking and entering. Two 12 by lli windows were completely broken out and there was a hole in a third one, all on the west side of the school building. Police, who were notified Thursday afternoon by the janitor, found rocks inside the building, but no evidence that the school had been entered. political commitments as the nr.-w Congress assembled and tho second Kiscnhowcr administration he, gan. After long .thoughts, Nixon has made his stand as an all-out Ike man. Nixon is moving with the utmost caution toward IflBO. His Iron and Steel Institute siicccli represented * calculated risk. It probably has cost him some warml'h and friendship arno.'ig Ihe large body of Republican conservatives who ur- jjenlly desire to reduce Kisunhow- «r's spending program. The speech may win Nixon some •warmth and friendship elsewhere, it the While House, lor example. It was by chalice but still intcr- tsling that on Hie Sunday following Nixon's speech, the Nc-w York Times, W. II. Lawrence reported en page one that Eisenhower was delcrmined to fight in 1!)(>0 for the nomination of a modern Republican. Tho term is nol yet sufficiently delined but, roughly, a modern Republican is un Klsehhowcr Republican. Nixon, then, is Kiscn- Imwcr's boy—"provided (he President wants him three years hence. program wili be held in the Baptist church al 7:30 p. in. Sunday. Average daily attendance during the school has been J45. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Galloway, Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Zoak and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Shonk were in charge of Ihe carry-in supper held Sunday evening al Ihe Baptist church by the Q and E class of the Sunday school. Mrs. Amanda Wise was in charge of devotional services. The June meeting of the Legion Auxiliary unit 4U will. lie held Monday evening at thu home of Mrs. Fred Kus/maul in Rockfield. Mrs. Robert Callowny and Mrs. E. E. Johnson Jr. will assist Mrs. Kusumaul. A card party will be held Monday evening at the Deer Creek conservation club. Public is invited. Winfrey 'Lloyd and wife were nests several days of relatives in Kentucky. PCC President Says League Is Doomed SAN FRANCISCO (UP; — The Pacific Coast Lciigiu:, doomed in the eyes of its own president if the Giants and Dodgers transfer to California, meet:- this Sunday. to decide how much it should re- j ceive in damages a.s the result of tuch a shift. 1'CL President Leslie O'Connor announced the session Thursday in it prepared statement in which he declared, "In my opinion, a taking of Los Angeles and San Francisco territory from the PCI. in- •vltably will destroy the league." PUBLIC AUCTION Clip This Ad Saturday, June 1,1957 — 1:00 P.M. (DST) Location: From Clymers, 4 miles South on blacktop road; From Camtlen, 'I miles Knsl on 2IB; North 8V4 miles; From Deer Creek, 4 milcH Wc-ht on 21!!, North a 14 miles; North of bridge over Rock Creek on West .sid« of road. As we have rented our farm, we shall sell the following livestock, farm e<|ul|inient, und hoiiticliolil goodx: 123 laying hens, a Chester While sows (farrow by sale, time), 15 hc;jvy Klioals. Fann.ul tractor on rubber with corn cultivators, drill, Allis Chalmer combine, Oliver 2-row corn picker, tandem disc, briiukinu plow <M" 2-boUnm), John Ueerc corn planter, «raln and hay wajjon, mow' er, side delivery rako, John Deere manure spreader, implement boat, corn shcller, Holland hay buler, rotary hoe, lot lumber, K"te material, several tools, 1 IIOK house, H hog Iruuiihs, 12 hot! feuding pans, 100 bu. corn in crib, 250 hales alfalfa and timothy mixed hay, some straw, mutinied gas barrel and hosu, unllriin: horse ulcigh, extension ladder, 25'8" drive bell, 2 double trees, sinuli; tree. HOI.'.SUIIOLD: 0x12 Axminster rug, Speed Queen washer with drain pump, electric cream separator, electric hot plate, Coleinan oil healing stove, 430 gal. oil barrel, living room suite, Domestic flowing machine, Duplex eloctrlc sweeper, ironing board, hand wringer on stand for tubs, 2 oak breakfast tables and chairs, 2 kilchun cabinets, square oak dining table and chairs, coal range, 7 chairs, <l rocking chairs, I! steel beds with feather licks, 2 dressers and camode, several antiques, picture frames, cherry writing desk, smoking stand, oil lamps, battery radio, antique; churn and many small articles too numerous to mention. Not responsible fur accidents. Settle before moving. JASPER AND HELEN FOUTS John Case, Auctioneer Jumus Sink, Clerk JOHNSON VS. IUNNANT NEW YORK (UP)—Heavyweight contender Harold Johnson is favored at 'J-5 tft beat light heavyweight aspirant Clarence Ilinnant tonight at St. Nicholas Arena for his third victory on the comeback trail. Their TV-radio (NBC) 10-round- •r is slated for St. Nick's because evangelist Hilly Graham occupies Madison Square Garden. SILVEKWA11K MISSING Mrs. Frances Smith, 912 Eric •venue, Thursday evening reported to city police that a set of silverware, valued al $100, was missing from her home. SUNDAY thru WEDNESDAY at the BROADWAY ALLIANCE CHURCH !)OH E, Ilrouilwiiy A UNIQUE MISSIONARY CONFERENCE with Rev. C. R. Thomas Hev. Thomas recently completed an on-the-spot survey of the mission fields o( the Far East. PRESENTING CHALLENGING REPORTS ItEALIS/flC PICTURES Sunday—10;.10 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. —Rev. Paul M. Winder, Pastor. MILLER RITES SET PERU, Ind. -•- Final rites for James G. Miller, [>.'!, of 4112 Kast Main street, who died at the Wabash Employes hospital, will be held al :i p.m. Saturday at the Drake-Flowers chapel, tliu Rev. Avcry W. Milcy in charge, and burial will bo in Mount Hope cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. Woman Hurt In Collision Two minor auto accidents were reported in Logansport during the holiday with one person apparently njured only slightly In one of them. Mrs. Maude Parker, ill, of 710 Thirteenth street, suffered bruises when .the car in which she was riding, driven by Joe Quaglio, her son-in-law with whom she resides, collided with one driven by Paul Wcser, 17, of 2225 Spear street, Thursday afternoon al Seventeenth and East Market. Mrs. Parker was taken lo St. Joseph's hospital for X-rays and wa.s dismissed. Autos driven by Wayne Aider, «, of route 5, and C. Edwin Keller, 75, Indianapolis, collided al. North Third and Ottawa streets a 5:10 p.m. Wednesday. KcIIur had stopped just east of the intersection to ask directions and pulled forward without seeing the Aider car aprnaching from the south, according to the police report. Fire Guts One Room Of Residence In Peru PERU, Ind. — Fire of unknown origin caused an estimated $500 damage to the one-story frame home of Robert Hartman at 202 Van Buren avenue Wednesday afternoon at 2:1!) o'clock. Flames gutted the living room, where the blaze began, antl the rest of the house was extensively damaged by smoke and water. Hartman had returned to work after lunch when the firn broke out, Fire Chief Waller Burrous said. BREAKS ARM AGAIN Richard Smith, 9-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. • Glen Smith, 42(i Grove sired,- fractured his right arm for a second lime in Ihe last mon'Ji, whan he fell on some steps on Fountain street while cnnmlc to his uncle's home there. He was ; taken in the Chase-Miller ambu- ance lu St. Joseph's hospital. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Tbrw Walton Man Dies At Farm WALTON. Ind. — MUo W. Flanagan, 82, Walton, was found dead at 7 p.m. Wednesday at his farm a mile east of here, the victim of a heart attack apparently suffered while cutting weeds in a bean field. He was found by his daughter, Mrs. Eileen Richason, route 2, La- gansport, and neighbors who were helping her look for him. He had apparently been dead for several hours. The deceased was born Aug. 18. 1874, and spent most of his life on the farm where he died. He was married in 1909 to Hannah Bonn, who died June 29, 1036. He resided in the'Dakotas from 1900 to 1924. Surviving are two daughters. Mrs. Richason, and Mrs. Geraldine Philapy of Kokomo; five grandchildren; a sister; Mrs. Flora Small of Walton; and three brothers, Delbert D., Logansport; Dr. E. P. Flanagan of here and Dr. Oscar Flanagan of Denver, Colo. Last rites will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Wolf funeral home here, the Rev. Keith Kinney in charge, and burial will be in the IOOF cemetery. Mrs. Augusta Gilmore Dies In White County Hospital At Monticello MONTICELLO, Ind. — Mrs. Augusta Faye Gilmore, 60, died Wednesday noon at the White coun- iiy Memorial sospltal, where she had been a patient for three weeks. A native of White county,' sha was born Feb. 2, 1897, to Mr. and Mrs. .Richard Ohman, and was married March 8, 1918, to Orvillo Gilmore, who survives. She also leaves her mother, Mrs. Henry Hohman of here: three brother.!, Frank Ohman of Logansport, Claude of Otterbein, and John of Monticello; and three sisters, Mrs. Helen Conycrs of Whiting, Iowa, Mrs. Sophia Blades of Oma- wa, Iowa, and Mrs. Minnie Fisher of Scobey, Montana. Friends may call at the Smith, and Aufcnbcrg funeral home, where final riles will be held at 2 p.m. Friday with the Rev. Robert Stover in charge. Burial will be in Riverview cemetery here. Find Italian Consul's Son NEW YORK (UP)—The Italian consul lo Chicago and his wife had a jubilant forgive - and - forget reunion Thursday with their U- year-old sor., who said he ran away from home "on the spur of the moment." six weeks ago to gain "self-assurance and maturity." Tall, slender Vitlorio BaraUieri told a news •conference at Ihe Italian consulate here that he left his family's Chicn;;o home April 16 with SI20 he had saved by salting away his $2-a-week allowance. Vitlorio, son of Count and Count- Arms Parley Is Recessed LONDON (UP)—The five-power East-West disarmament talks wero recessed Thursday until Monday with Russia throwing cold water on Western hopes to .speed a first slop towards arms culs. The UniU-d Stales and West Germnay proposed a four - power foreign ministers meeting with, Russia'to solve other world problems as soon as mi initial step on disarmament was readied. But an official Soviet Tass Nows Agency dispatch culled '.his "putting a spoke in Hie wheels nf the cause cf a disarmament agreement." The Soviet press wont [urlher in charging Secretary of Stale John Fester Dulles with complicity in what it termed ihe election "tricks" of West Gv'i'man Chancel- VJMUIJt/, d\/H \Jl l-^MUll. tIJIU V,l*ulll.- . ,. , t . ess Mt do V: co Baratlieri. was!' 01 ' Konr!ld Adenauer. picked up on a mull own Manhattan street Wednesday night by FBI j Alexandria Motorist agents acting on a tip from a j person who Jiad scon picture in newspapers. GIOT FALSE ALAKMf City firemen were called at 7:05 p.m. Wednesday on a false alarm at Eighteenth street' and Kric lit venue. KEPOKTS MIT-RUN Herbert Young, 214 Kighlcenlh street, Thursday evening reported to police Hint a hit-and-run driver had cut Ihrough his ynvii and hit a parked car in Hie alloy bosidt- his homo. The parked car was owned by Frank Wilkinson, 21fi High- tcenth street, police reorted. vium-io'sjArrestedOnZCounts City police arrested nn Alexandria woman on' Iwo charges after she was caught headed west on Kasl Market street at 5:15 a.m. Thursday. They charged Iijiogeno Pearl Palchaw, 30, with driving while under the influence of intoxicants and with driving tin' wrong way on a one-way sired. She was slated for cily court and released on bond. Home Making is So Much Easier BEST ELECTRIC APPLIANCES MADE YOU GET EASIER, BETTER FOOD PREPARATION—AROUND-THE-CLOCK AUTOMATIC FRYPAN Perfect Controlled Heat for perfect cooking rcs.ult.4. liasy-to-see I'ryguide —eiisy-to-set control dial. Square shape holds 20% more. Three si/cs— medium, large, or super. AUTOMATIC SAUCEPAN and DEEP FRYER Simmer snfe controlled henc eliminates pot \v«cchi'n#—reduces roa.it shrinkage up to 23%. Available in 3 and 5 <|imrt sizes. Vented cover included. 1'ry bucket available. 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Dread lowers silently and automatically. No levers to push. RADIANT CONTROL automatically adjusts toasting cycle to moisture content of timid for uniform toasting result! every time. PERCOLATOR * COFPBEMASTER Suntwum Aulomollc COFFEEMASTER—Set it ... forget it. Witter in autoninticully brought to correct brewing temperature unit you get perfect coffee cveryl/me the viiamm wuy. lUl lovliest of servers. Sunbeam Automatic PERCOLATOR—Tb» fln«»l percolator made. HIIS ensy-to-icc, ciuy-to-scl Mreritftli (elector dial iimi • lifinul light tluit indicates when coffee it ready in serve. Coffee is kept HC perfect drinking temperature. Your choice of ft unil 10-cup sites. IJoih the Simhenm COJ'PKEMASTER «ml PERCOLATOR -»re miide of solitl copper with heavy nickel and chrome plating inside and out to prevent ataining »nd corrosion. 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