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Logansport, Indiana
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Blx Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune DAILY RADIO PROGRAMS (All Llstlnua Centra) Daylitnt Time) WMAQ YVBBM (780) WLS WSAL (1230) SATURDAY EVENING 6:00 News 6:15 Monitor €:30 News 6:45 Monitor Sports News Bellalrs Belial rs News Music Mystery Mystjery State Eo»DlU.l Sports Sport Thrilla Sen. Justice 7:00 News 7:15 Monitor 7:30 Weather 7:45 Monitor .News Maury Magl>> Farron Farron News Barn Dane* Barn Dane* Barn Dance Garden •Garden TBA TBA 8:00 News 8:15 Monitor 8:30 News 8:45 Monitor Workshop Workshop Cloakroom Cloakroom Barn Dance PartyTBA Rar Dance PartyTBA Hayloft Party TBA Hayloft Party TBA 9:00 News News Barn' Dance TBA 9:15 Pulpit Have you Heard Barn Danc» TBA 0:30 Chan Ear on Chicago Meat Folks TBA 9:*ift Chan Rar on Chicago Meet Folks TBA 10:00 Daddy-O 10:15 Daddy-O 10:30 News 10:45 Monitor Nows Sacred Not* Weltzel • Weltzel Barn Dance Barn Dance Barn Dane* Barn Dance Night Watch Night Watch Night Watch Nlsht Watch SUNDAY MORNING 8:00 News News Roundup 6) bit Class Music In Air 8:15 Art of Living Chan]?. Times Bible Clas* Music In Air 8:30 Barnhouse Church of Air Church Music in Air- SMS Barnhouse Church of Air Church Munic In Atr 9:00 9:15 9:30 9M6 Nov/s Pulpit Prophecy Prophecy News Learning Josh Brady .log*- Brady Nt-wi Bruwn Church Brown Church Brnwr Church News Music In Air Music in Air 10:00 News Josh* Brady Tabernacle News I0:l& Ch'sr Times Josh Brady Tabernacle Music in Air 10:30 N"ews Pet Tune Tabernacle" Music In Air 10:45 New World Josh Brady Tabernacle Church 11:00 Monitor News 11:15 Monitor Josh Brady 11:30 Eternal LaghtJosh Brady 11:45 Eternal LlghtSmlth Progress Strings Wings of Song Winpra of Song Church Church Church Travel Talk SUNDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 News 12:15 Monitor 12:30 Lutheran 12:43 Lutheran Best in Muslo Nows News Best In Music Fr-tnli A Ernest Forward M'cb Best in Music Soul Clinic Lombardo Best in Music Soul Clinic Combardo 1:00 News TBA 1:15 Monitor TBA 1:30 CatbolJo Hr. News 1:45 Catholic Hr. Mill Beltatrs Wings- Stealing Playball Heallnc- Winss Playball Truth Herald Baseball Truth Herald Baseball 2:00 News 2:15 Monitor 2:30 Monitor 2:45 Monitor Mai Bellalrs Mai Bellalrs Mai Rollair Mai Bellairs Radio Class Radio Class Vision Vision Baseball" Ba.seball Baseball Baseball 3:00 News 8:15 Monitor 3:30 Your Money 3:45 Monitor Mai Bellairs Mai Bellalrs Mai Bellalra Mai Bellalrs Revival Hour Revival Hour Hevtva) Hour Revival Hour Baseball Baseball Baseball Baseball 4:00 News 4:15 Monitor 4:30 Ne-ws 4:45 Monitor News Bellalrs Bellairs Bellalrs Light Life Uj?hT Life Unshackled Unshackled Kasob'all Baseball Baseball Scoreboard 5:00 News News 5:15 Consldlne Mai Bellairs 5:30 Newa Gunsmoke 5:45 Meet Press Gunsmoke Word of Lifo News Front Pag-e Headlines Ho-'r -of Decision Hlllman Hour of Decision Sports SUNDAY EVENING 6:00 News 6:15 Monitor 6:30 News C:45 Monitor Jack Benny Jack Bonny Mai Bellalrs Mai Bellalra Vespers Vespers Moody Moody By People By People Serenade Serenade 7:00' News 7:35 Afonitor 7:30 News 7:46 Monitor News Mai BeHalr M. Miller Sports Prophecy Prophecy Lutn. Vespers Luth. Vespers Decision Decision Brotherhood Brotherhood TV Programs SATURDAY EVENING 6:00—Channel 6 Channel 8 Channel 4 6:30~Channel 6 Channel 8 7:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 7:30—Channel 4 •8:00—Channel 8 Channel 8 Channel 4 8:30—Channel 8 9:00—Channel 4 Channel 8 Channel 6 9:30—Channel 6 Channel 4 Channel 8 10:00—Channel 6 Channel 8 Channel 4. 10:15—Channel 8 10:30—Channel 6 10:45—Channel 8 Long John Oakley Sheehan People Funny •Buccaneers Playhouse Como Gleason Detective Springtime Susanna Welk SRO Playhouse Jubilee Gunsmoke Cobel Hit Paradf Lone Wolf TBA Frontier Dr. Showcase Movies Late Show Hoedown Late Show SUNDAY AFTERNOON (CDT) 12:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 Channel 6 12:30—Channel 6 Channel 8 1:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 2:00—Channel 6 Channel 8 2:30—Channel 6 Channel 8 Channel 4 3:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 3:30—Channel B Channel 8 4:30—Channel 6 5:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 5:15—Channel 6 5:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 Life Life Heckle-Jeckle Industry Roberts Wild Bill First Show Matinee Sunday Fix Matinee Ask Doctor 300 Parade Last Word Baseball Arnold 'Golf Face Nation News Odyssey Theater Kit Carson PaUi Page Dr. Hudson Weather Roy Rogers Dr. Christian You. Are There 8:00 News 8:15 Monitor S:30 News 8:45 Monitor News Mai BellairB. Sports Mai Bellalra News Sounding Brd Church ol God Church of God News Sports Conoert Concert SUNDAY EVENING 6:00—Channel 4 You Asked 0:00 City Desk 9:15 City Desk 9:30 Decision 9:45 Decision Suspense Suspense Pacts Nation Face Nation Quiet Hour Quiet Hour Kovlv.-i Tim« Revival Time Conoert Concert Methodist Hou Laymen 10:00 News 10:15 Welk 10:30 Welk 10:45 Moten News-Sports Molody Mill Muslo Music News Gospel Songs Sonera Christian Set Bibi<) News Ave Maria Avo Maria MONDAY MORNING 8:00 Drier N»w« 8:15 Chloa ^adlnsJ.m Conw/iy 8:30 Chlca .CallinsGnld Coast 8:45 Barn News Brady Breakfast Club Bre.-.kfast Club Breakfasi Club BreakEaat Club News P.lae-Shlns Ads Rise-Shine D;00 News Arthur Godfrey 9:16 Bandstand Arthu; Godfrey 9:30 Bandstand Arthur Godfrey 9:45 Bandstand Arthur Godfrey M> True Story M> Trap Story News Girl Marries Iltse-Shlno Nown Melodies 10:00 Nows 10:15 Bandstand 10:30 Bandstand 10:45 Bandstand Artliu Godfrey Whispering sta. Worn. World Arthu Godfrey Jack Paar Worn. World" Elolue-Josh News Queen | Ho • Miller Marth i Crane Queen | 11:00 Now* Wendy Warron Nows Words 11:15 Holtman Backstage Wife Martha Cran* Record Shop 11:30 Holtman Helm Trent Markets Carroll Co 11:45 Ducheso Gal Sunday Weather Carroll Co. MONDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 Nowa Nora Drake Noontime Ne-wr» News 12-15 Merryfield Ma Perkins Market: Co. Extension 18:30 Merry.fleld News Dlnnerbell Farm Corner 12:45 Merryfield Road of Life Dinnerbell Farm Corner 1:00 News Hnpplnerfs Markets Play Ball 1-15 Confessions 2nd Mrs Burtom Happiness ' Play Bull 1:30 Worn. In Use. Strike It Rl=h Newu Baseball 1:45 Dr. Gentry Entertainment Queen Baseball 2:00 Nows House Party Nows Baseball 2:15 Matinee House Party Jack Paar Baseball 2:30 Hill Top Dr. Malono News Baseball 2:45 Pep. Young Lucky Ladloa TBA. Baseball 3:00 Nows 3:15 Goodwin 3:30 Goodwin 3-Aa Goodwin Woman VIewa Jim Con-way Gold Coast Take A Broak Nows Lombardo Munlc Slunle Baseball Baseball Baseball Scores 4:00 News 4:15 Jim Mills 4:30 Sports <:45 Jim Mills rau. Gibson Paul Gibson Paul Gibson Shopping News Polka Party News •»«1 Stllwill Off Record News Toon Tunea Teen Tunes 5:00 News Magazine 6:15 Wed Howard Nows E:30 Wed Howard sports 6:45 New» Nows •Welk Wo Ik Music Nows Tune Tlmo Want Ads UR There \VonclerB Death Claims Cutler Woman FLORA, Ind. — Mrs. Inez Fay Kressley, 57, Cutler, died at noon Friday in Memorial hospital, Logansport, where she had undergone surgery. A native of Carroll county, she •was born April 9, 1900, to Sherman and Minnie (Draper) Wilson, and was married Sept. 3, 1910, to Edward L. Kressley. He survives. She also leaves a son, Edwin L. of Flora; four daughters, Mrs. Delores Groninger of Logansport, Miss Helen at home, Mrs. Minnie Fivecoate of Cutler, and Mrs. Phyllis Smith of Cutler, rural route; five grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Josephine Wilcox of Tucson, Ariz.; and three brothers, Leo Wilson of Bringhurst, Sherman L. of Indianapolis and Warren of Cutler, rural route. A daughter, Marjorie Ann, died in 1936, and a brother, Jesse, died in 1953. She was a member of the Cutler Presbyterian church. The body is at the Carter funeral home, where rites are pfsnd- Ing. Infant Judy Ann Poe Dies At Peru Hospital PERU, Ind. — Judy Ann Poe, baby daughter of Virgil and Mary (Hillman) Poe, died Friday morning shortly after birth at Dukes hospital and ' graveside rites will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday at Mount Hope cemetery. Surviving with the parents are two brothers, John R. and Robert C., and a sister, Janet, all at home; the paternal grandmother, Mrs. Bessie Tank of Carsonville, Mich.; and the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hillman, Denver. The Drake-Flowers mortuary Is in charge of arrangements. Read the Classified Ads Two Autos Involved In Mishap On North Autos driven by Edward Sutlon, 23, of 1402 High street, and Harold Penwell, C7, route 1, city, collided between Fifth and Sixth on North street at 10:15 a.m. Friday. Penwell backed south from an alley • across North street and started to pull west on the street when he hit the left side of the Sutton car, headed west, according to the police report. Damage to the-1954 model Sutton car was -estimated at $175, while the 1953 model Penwell car escaped damage. Arthur Miller Found Guilty WASHINGTON (UP) - Arthur Miller, playwright husband of actress Marilyn Monroe, was found guilty of congressional contempt Friday for refusing to answer questions about a Communist meeting he attended in 1947. Federal Judge Charles E. McLaughlin, who .heard the case without a jury, ruled in a 15-page decision that questions put to Miller by the House Committee on Un- American Activities were pertinent to its investigation of passport abuses. Miller's attorney, Joseph L. Rauft Jr., declined comment on the decision, which came on the eve of Marilyn's 31st birthday Saturday. But he was expected to appeal. Channel 6 Channel 8 6:15—Channel 4 6:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 7:00—Channel 6 Channel 8 8:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 8:30—Channel 8 9:00—Channel 4, Channel B Channel 8 9:30—Channel 4 Channel 5 Channel 8 10:00—Channel 4 Channel S Channel 8 10:15—Channel 8 10:30—Channel 4 Channel B 10:45—Channel 8 11:00—Channel 6 11:15—Channel 4 5:15—Channel 6 Lancers Lassie Theater Film Circus Boy Benny Steve Allen Sullivan Ted Mack Chevy Show GE Theater Hitchcock Wallace Loretta Young $84,000 Behind Badge Cochise My Line? Detective Theater News Soldiers IU Playhouse Premiere R«d Top News Chuckwagon MONDAY AFTERNOON - (CDT) 12:00—Channel 4 Channel 0 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 B Channel 8 2:30—Channel 8 3:00—Channel 8 Channel B S:30—Channel 4 Channel 8 3:45—Channel 6 4:00—Channel 6 Channel 8 4:15—Channel 8 4:30—Channel 8 Channel 4 4:45—Channel 4 5:00—Channel 4 Channel 8 Channel 6 4 Sight Markets News-Weather Farm News Farm-Home KFD 4 Club GO CROSSWORD PUZZLE *"•*«• *> v«t«rd.yi PI**. ACROSS 1—Drink slowly *— Prick painfully 0—Flying mammal 12—Indonesian tribesman 13—Agencies 1-1—Falsehood 15—Gaseous hydrocarbon 17—Kent 10—Fralt caka 20—Happy 21—Concerning 23—Inferior r»c« horses 26—Flock 27—Sketches 28—Exclamation 29—Sea eagle 30—Vital organ 31—Wine cup 32— ; Avonue (nbbr.) 33—Frolic 34—Man's namo 35—Protection 37—Oarpenter'i tool 38—Bail 39—Space 40—Quiet 42 —Combing, a* wool 46—Mutal 46—Summon forth 48—Also 49—Siamese unit ol currency EO—Tropical fruit 61 (pi.) .—Greek letter DOWN 1—Man's nicknam* 2—Suffix: follower of 3—Model & •Ml. to VMM FMlwt lr»4M»u, IM. 4—Sting 6—Temporary shelter 8—Cyprlnold fish 7—Symbol for nickel 3—Courageous 9—Dashing fellow 10—Three-toed sloths U—GoJf mound 1G—Stylo of penmnnshlo 18—Dines 20—Look fixedly 21—In front of 22—Coolness 2 a—Location 24—Citizen of Rome 25—Mortification 27—Penny (pi.) 30—Treated 31—Human bolny S3—Transaction 34—Land held 1 tn absolute indcpendenct 16—Variety of quartz 87—Tiny openings 30—Garden tool 40—MutfJc: ELS written 41—Small bird 42—Temporary bed 43—Ne^ratitr* 44— Tibetna Raze] la 47—A state <abbr.> Second British H-bomb Is Detonated in Pacific Report Hydrogen Bomb Detonated At Pacific Proving Grounds, Second Blast Of English Report Crash East Of Peru PERU, Ind. — A Miami county man and his two daughters were injured in an auto-truck wreck at 1:30 p.m. Friday east of here on the Frances Slocum 'trrail. Marion E. Wynn, 35, suffered an injury to his left side; Donna, 9, sustained chest injuries, shock and bruises; and Karen, 5, suffered shock in the accident in front of the Wynn farm. Wynn was pulling out of the driveway at his home when his three-quarter ton truck was hit by a westbound ..car driven by Milfred Hall, 20, of route 1, Warren. Hall was slated to appear in the Converse justice court for driving at an unreasonably high rate of speed on a curve. The 1952 model coach driven by Hall was a total loss and damage to the 1647 model truck was estimated at $400. State Trooper Joe Tucker and Deuty Sheriff Robert Helvie investigated. Test Series LONDON (UP)—Britain Friday 1 exploded its second hydrogen bomb at its Pacific proving grounds. The bomb was described unofficially as a perfected weapon Butler Eyes Senate Seat SOUTH BEND (UP) — Democratic National Chairman Paul Butler said Friday he would decide "by February or March of 1958" whether to seek nomination to William E. Jenner's U.S. Senate seat. Butler also denied he would resign soon as party chief and said Sen. George A. Smsthcrs (D Ga.) The bomb was dropped between, was "not interested" in succeed- capable of being delivered to enemy territory by plane. First report of the experiment at the Christmas Island testing area came from the Ministry of Supply here and gave only the bare fact th,at the bomb had been dropped from high altitude by a Valiant jet bomber of the Royal Air Force. Christmas and Maiden islands in mid-Pacific. ; The Air Ministry said 33-year- old bombardier and navigator flight Lt. Kenneth Lewis, who holds the American Distinguished Flying Cross, actually dropped the bomb from the belly of the white-painted four-jet plane. Eleven British newsmen witnessed the blast from the decks of the frigate H.M.S. Alert, 35 miles from ground zero. Scientific Director William Cook told them before the blast that radioactive fall • out would be "slow" and would be "spread throughout the world" rather than concentrated in the shot area. However, he said the fallout from the test would be "very small indeed" compared with what already has been produced by America and Soviet hydrogen test blasts. It was the second explosion in a test series that began May 15 when the first British thermonuclear weapon was dropped from a ing him. Butler said he "might very wel;" continue in office through the 1958 elections. He said his de- ririon about running for senator "'he sue- be baset; .rwslly on Democratic ;j;ospects cess in Indiana in 1958." FALLS FROM LADDER Raymond H. "Curly" Hupp, 47, grocer of 515 Nineteenth street, was admitted to St. Joseph's hospital Friday night with a possible fractured left hip, suffered when he fell from a ladder at his home at 8:30 p.m. He was rushed to the hospital in the Kroeger ambulance. Four Drivers In JP Court Four drivurs were fined, two as a result of Memorial Day traffic accidents, in the local justice of the peace court Friday evening. Floyd Rush, 67, of Walton, charged with driving to the left of the,center line by State Trooper John Gaylor following a collision east of Walton on state road 218 Thursday afternoon, was fined ?1 and costs. • The same fine was levied on Mrs. Ada B. Everson, 69, of 20 Seybold street, who was charged with failure to yield the right-of-way by Deputy Sheriff Lionel Davis after a two-car wreck by the Davis cemetery Thursday morning. C. Allen Miller, 27, Rochester, and Arol Hall,' 50, Kokomo, both of whom were arrested Friday, May 24, by State Trooper Larry Wagenknecht, were also fined $1 and costs apiece. Miller was charged with operating a truck over the registered gross weight and Hall was slated for speeding. Infant David Billue Expires At Monticello MONTICELLO, Ind. — Graveside rites for day-old David Billue,, son of Robert and Marjorie (Long) Billue of route 5, Monticello, will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Rest Haven cemetery, Lafayette, with the Rev. D. Lester Niles in charge, The child died Friday morning at the White county Memorial hospital in this city, where it was born the previous evening. Survivors are the parents; a sister, D'ebra Ann; and the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Billue of route 5, Monticello, and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Long, West Lafayette. The Miller mortuary is in charge of arrangements. Saturday Evening, June I, 1957. True Life Adventures lklOOMIN<3 UKE A <3KIM MECIEVAU PORTRESS, THIS (31<5ANT)£. BALANCED 53OCK IN SOUTHERN FRANCE is A ra=u<i AKOTHER AeE —A PKOPUiJT OF EROSION. Illness Fatal To Peru Lady PERU, Ind. — Mrs. Elizabeth Ellen Lesley, 81, of 259 East Canal street, died at 4:30 p.m. Friday at Dukes hospital, following an ill- jness of six weeks. A native of Macy, she was born Oct. 17, 1875, to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Norman, and was first married in 1895 to Bert Whitney. She was married in 1928 to James Lesley, who preceded her in death. Surviving are three sons. Lee and Delmar Whitney of here and Glen of South Bend; three daughters, Mrs. Lessel Dock and Mrs. Porter Copeland of here, and Mrs. Frank Debold, Calumet City. 111.; 17 grandchildren; 31 great-grandchildren; a brother, Milo Norman of Macy; and a sister, Mrs. Wilbur Castle, South Bend. She was a member of (lie First Methodist church and the Eagles Auxiliary here. Friends may call after 7 p.m. j Saturday at the Drake-Flowers chapel where last rites will be held at 2 p.m. Monday with the Rev. A. C. Underwood in charge. Burial will be in Plainview cemetery at Macy. EX-WOLCOTT MAN DIES MONTICELLO, Ind. — Larence Dart, 46, formerly of Wolcott and a brother of Mrs. Edna Markin of here, died suddenly at his home in Tonica, 111., according to word rec s eived here. TOOLS. POOD MISSING Mrs. Dora Lewellen, 1538 Grant street, reported to police Friday afternoon that some tools and canned food were missing from her basement. She said she missed the tools about a month ago and the food Friday. Read the Classified Ads NOTICK OF STATE OF INDIANA i SS: COUNTY OF CASS IN T1I10 CASS CIRCUIT COURT APRII, TKHJ1', i;i.-i7 Notice Is hereby f^iven th:U Tire National Bank of J-oKan.^port was, on the 24th day of .May, ll'TiT, appointed JCxecutor of the I^ast Will and Tii.sl.manent of Thomas 1... Couper, deceased. All nermjHK . 3);Lvin^ claims .ifivtf np[ K»M c.«la(r, whether or not now due. nr.ist file the .same In .snld court, within six (li) months from the <l;ite of Hie first publication nf ihi.s jmfJeo or sitid claims will hu forever barrel!. Dated at LoKan.sjjurt, Indiana, this IMlll cliiv of May, 11157. jJJyJZA JiETJ 1 111 KK KU Cleric of Dili Circuit Court for Cass County,, Indiana Myers A MnHnuc ^12 4th Street LoK-an^porl, Indiana Attorney for Ksla'.e NOTICE OK HIOCKIVIXCJ FOR O.Vi: H.ir/F TON TRUCK KOH T1IK 1'AUK DUPAHTMKVr Nntice IH iun-eljy \Klven that the JJonri] of I'uMIc Wonts and .Safety of the City of LoRnnsiiort, Indiana. will receive at the Ofl'.ee ,>f the Clerlc-Treaniirer of said CHv. until tho hour of One (1:00 P..I1., D.H.T.), on June It', 3!ir.7, sealed lilil.s for tho furnlsh- IIIK of the following equipment for the City of l*O(;anNnort, Indi-' an.'t, lo-ivJt: One Half Ton Truck For uaa By Tim Park Department. All in accordance with the speeifleatjojis thereof now oil file In tile office of tile Clork- Trrasin-iT ul the City In the Clly JiuildiiiR. Uo^nnspoK, Indiana. All bids, offers or projiosiLls for micli artlclo of equipment shall be executed on the forms prescribed by the State Board of Accounts for the Slate of Indiana, settliiK forth tho quantity, 'luallty, and price of ouch anil every article, proposed for Hale, anil shall in all other respects comply with the lawn of thn .Stale ot Indiana, thereunto pertaining. A bond or certified check made payable to the City of J..iiK. - u:*por(, Indiana shall b« filed v.-itii each bid In the amount of ten per cunt (10%) of the bill. T!ie rlK'lU is reserved to reject ally and ,Tl! bids. ' T1IK HOAUJJ OF PUHI.IO WORKS AND SAFKTY OP THK CITY OF I/JG ANSPOKT, INDIANA. ATTEST: HAbPH C!. SMITH CbKRK-TRKAKURER 1-8 Wnrld Turns i Valiant and exploded with "negli- 4 Sight is ible " ra di °active fallout over the Miss Brooks Faith Tenn. Ernie House Party Film Matinee Payoff Crosby Bright Day Queen Movietime Edge Of Night . Romances Movie Chapel Door Life of Christ Stu Erwin Cartoons Churchman Mickey Mouse Early Show Chuckwagon Two Speeders C&ught By Police With Timer City police using the electric :imer on East Broadway Friday charged two drivers with speeding and slated both for city court. Arrested for exceeding the 30- mile-an-hour limit were Robert J. Fennelle, 16, of 108 East Fifth street, Peru, clocked at 47 miles an hour; and Keith Conklin, 27, route 1, Huntington, clocked at 43. Two 1957 Model Cars Collide In Monticello MONTICELLO, Ind. — Two 1957 model autos were damaged in a collision at 7:30 a.m. Friday at Illinois street and Broadway here, and one driver was fined for failure to yield the right-of-way as a result of the crash. Arthur D. Harry, 47, Craig, Colo., was fined $1 and costs in justice court on the charge after his car collided with one driven by James D. Cowger, 28, of route 1, Monticello. Harry was headed east on U.S. highway 24 and Cowger was going south when they collided, causing an estimated $400 damage to the two cars, aocording to Sgt. Gene Houston, city policeman, who investigated. Arrest Two At Peru On Bad Check Count PERU, Ind.—Two Bunker Hill airmen are being held in jail here on charges of Issuing a fraudulent check. William Gilleland, 19, and James Minshew, IB, were arrested Friday afternoon after .attempting to cash a S64 check, issued to Gilleland and signed by Minshew, at the Trust company. Wabash Valley Police also charged they passed a $37 bad che'ck Tuesday at Bahney's Market here. I! Informed sources °aid the first .weapon was a prototype and Friday's air burst was a perfected bomb which could be dropped on an enemy by a jet bomber. At least one more lest explosion is expected. British scientists were believed hoping k> create a hydrogen weapon so small it could be fitted as the warhead of an intercontinental missile. Bomb Scare Proves False ELKHART (UP) - Nearly 100 movie-goers were evacuated from the Elco Theater Friday after a telephone voice warned "a bomb will go off there in half an hour." About 25 police, firemen and theater employes searched the building but found nothing. Patrons Uhen' filed back to their and the movie resumed. Two voices,, one pf them "younger" than the first, telephoned the;. warning to Gretchen Morgan in the ticket window. Manager Ed Brown notified police. It was the third false bomb warning for this city in the past few months. Federal Government Out Of Road Scandal INDIANAPOLIS (UP) - Secretary of Commerce Sinclair Weeks said Friday the federal government apparently is not involved in Indiana's highway scandal and there is no need for new laws to restrict right-of-way buying. Weeks flew here for a dinner meeting of businessmen at Governor Handley's executive mansion. The subject was expected to be Republican party fund-raising. The Bureau of Public . Roads, which approves. plans on federal highway routes, is a part of Weeks' Commerce Department. BROTHER DIES MONTICELLO,- Ind. — Clark Thompson, Indianapolis, brother of Lewis Thompson of Upper Sunset Park, died Wednesday from a heart attack, according to word received here. Rites will be held Siturday in Oakwood, 111. This takes skill and practice SAVINGS Takes Practice Too Save where INTEREST is GUARANTEED and you enjoy SAFETY and AVAILABILITY in GOOD TIMES or BAD 2 °/ fMIAD AUTEm IUTCDCCT Tho Wghoil legal ralo of inlercit that can b« paid /O UUAKANICtU INIEKE9I on Pawbook Saving, by any Bonk in Indiana 12 MONTH - FARMERS AND MERCHANTS THRIFT CERTIFICATES IN MULTIPLES OF $1,000 Earn Guaranteed Interest of 1902 THE FARMERS & MERCHANTS STATE BANK OF LOGANSPORT Mam bar Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Member Federal Reserve System 55 Year* of Uninterrupted Service to This Community 1957

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