Friday Evening, July 5, 1957. DAILY RADIO PROGRAMS WMAQ (All Liiitinks Central Daylight Time) WBBM (780 WLS FBIDAY EVENING WSAl (1230 i:00 AJ«I Drier i;ell-Alrs .New. New. •:1S Bu» N«w» Newa Weather Sport* *:30 N*wi Sport* News Heatter • :4i 1 Ma.n*e Fa.m Anderson News News 7:00 Monitor 7:15 Monitor 7:30 Monitor 7:45 Monitor Anderson News . -F'Jlton L Anderson Variety Music Serenade Danger News Mystery Danger Music Mystery 1:00 Monitor 1:15 Monitor 1:30 Monitor >:45 Monitor News W orld Sports Music Hall News Music Hall News Mantovanl Bob & Ray Bob & Ray Bob & Ray Big Bands 9:00 9:15 »:30 8:43 Sports Sports Sports Merceln Murrow Anderson P^obert Q. Robert Q, Imagination Rest Haven Rest Haven News Nlghtwatch Nlghtwatch. Nightwatch 10:00 Newi New» 10:15 NlKhl Otfti Herder 10:30 Night Desk Town Crier 10:45 Sportu Weltzel Rudy . KudT Queen's Men Queen's Men N'lphtwatch Night-watch Nljrhtwatch Night-watch SATURDAY MORNING 1:00 Norman Rosa John Harrington'' New» >:!& Norroan B.DBI John HurrJnjrton Barn Uhact Pr«i 1:10 News Jch, Harrington News 8:45 Book* Job Harrington Burn Dance Prev. 9:00 News • :1& Monitor »:JO Chicago >:45 Monitor John HarrlnKton burn Ounce Pre? John H.-irrlnKton Rur r>anc» Pr»r f?a.l*n rtrnhn ^nw> Rlsi-Shln« Ads Rive-Shine Galen Drake Galen Drake Rita Ancot Klse-Shlne Blse-Shlne Melodies Melodies 10:00 News 10:lt Monitor 10:30 Weather 10:45 Monitor Robert Q, R6berl Q. Jor,h Brady Joi>h Bra.d7 New. Rita AJlcot News Rita Aacot Tune Timers Tune Timers Tune Timers Tune Tlmern 11:00 Quallt/ MUaicNewE Newc Proudly Ha 1 11:18 C>»alliv MuiU-Geo. Watson Aurl. USA Proudly Hal) 11:ZO N«w» (iunsmokc NBW» Chanco 11:45 Monitor Ounsmoke THA Chance SATURDAY AFTERNOON 12:UO News NIWK ' N«w» News 12:H Farm-Horn* Jonh Brady Muriotit Rl r IJ Roundup 12:30 Groucho Paul Gibson Hod Foley Farm Corner 11:43 Groucho Paul GibKon ftccl Fyley Farm Corner 1:00 News 1:16 Monitor 1:30 Monitor 1:<5 Monitor News Mai Eciulr» Bcllalrn Bellalrs Festival Kasfer F(-,Htlval Warm-up "Warm-up Saweball Baseball 1:00 News 3:15 Monitor 1:20 Monitor 1:45 Monitor Bellalr. .Hellalni Bellatni Belial™ News Festival Festival Festival Baseball Baseball Baxcball Baseball 2:00 NBWJI 8:15 Monitor 8:20 Monitor !:<E Monitor Jiellalrs Bellalrs Hfltalra Tiellalrs News Keiitlval N.-WB Baseball TJasebfill Btittefoii', I 4:00 News 1:16 Monitor 4:30 Monitor 4:45 Monitor Sports Bellalrn Bellalrs .News TEA Kpurls Mel Clark Mel Clark Wol Chirk 5:00 News Newa' NCWH, Newn-Sport« B:15 Races Carmlfthafl .Showcase Ads t:20 Tllo Rhythms Mai BeMalr» NISWH Mimlrfll* S:45 Rio Rhythms Mai Hullalrw OulHoor* MuKlftile TV Programs FIUDAY EVENING 6:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 1:15—Channel B Channel 8 6:30—Channel B 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 G Channel 8 8:30—Channel 4 Channel 8 Channel G 1:00—Channel 4 Channel is Channel 8 i:3l) —Channel 4 Channel 3 »:45—Channel C 10:00—Channel 4 Channel G Channel 8 10:30— Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel II 10:45—Channel 4 Channel B 11:00—Channel 6 11:3!)—Channel 6 Rascals Weather News News Doug Edwards O'Connell Beat Clock News News • Jim fiuwic Blondic West Point Crossroads Riley Zanc Gray Playhouse On Trial Adam-Kve Youth Is Hurt In Motorcycle Traffic Mishap Herbert Lantz, 22, Of 930 Pink Street, Hospitalized With Broken Wrist Herbert Lantz, 22, of 930 Pink street, suffered a broken left wrist and a badly sprained left shoulder when the motorcycle he was riding collided with a station wagon at Sixteenth and East Broadway -at 5:18 p.m. Wednesday. Theodore Ingmire, 39, of route 4,' city, driver of the station wagon, was charged by police with failure to yield the right-of-way following the mishap. Lantz, reported in "fairly good" condition at St. Joseph's hospital, where he was taken in the Chase- Miller ambulance, was headed west on Broadway and hit the side of the station wagon, going north on Sixteenth street. The motorcycle was a total loss from the wreck. Wood Wright, Roonn, Dies At Sister's Home PERU, Ind. — Rites'for Wood Wright, 68, Roann, who died Wednesday at the borne of his, sister, Mrs. Walter Stewart, in Roann, will : be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Grandstaff mortuary, Roann. A Roann resident for 49 years, the deceased operated a filling station there for a number of years. . Born Aug. 5, 1888, in Kosc.iusko oqunty, he' was married Sept 5, 1914, to Chloe Edith Powell, who died in 1955. '• Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Lee Graff, Roann; .the sister, and four grandchildren. Friends may call at the funeral home. The Rev. Elmer Copley and ' the Rev. H. R. Steele will officiate at the rites and burial will be. in the Roann IOOF cemetery. Shepler Baby Expires Af Lafayette Hospital PERU, Ind. — Graveside rites for Michael. W. Shepler, day-old son of Richard-'and Susan (Lund- grave) Shepler, v<ho died Monday at St. Elizabeth hospital, Lafayette; ,. George R. Landgrave and Mrs. W. Eldon Shepler, Peru. 500 4-H'ers Take Carroll Projects DBL1 J H1—Home Agent Eioine Kull announced today that 500 members are enrolled ;n 4-H home economics projects for 11)57. There arc 1,137 projects underway. C'lub enrollments and their loaders are: Adama, 18, -Mrs. Clyde Bean; Burlington, 73, Mre. Mary Thomas; Carrollton, IB, Miss Margaret 1 Mabbitt and Mrs. Junior Snider; Clay, 20, Mrs, .James Vin- nrd; Democrat, 2ft, Mrs, Truman Plank and Mrs. Charles Ilenrlx. Also Deer Creek, 70, Mrs. Callantine; , Jackson, 35, Miss Ftuba .Shanks; Jefferson, 2(), Mrs. Harold Tully; Liberty, 21, Mrs. Robert Randolph; Madison, 32, Mrs. Lawrence Mays; Monroe, 81, Miss PENNEY'! ALWAYS FIRST O U A I U "f Monte Cristo Joyce Iloppe; Hock Creek, 17, Mrs. Playhou.'ic R\X SLory Detective Sports Lino Up Pcrnon-l'crson Red Barber John Shoebcrcer; Tlppccunoe, 17, Mrs. Raymond Temple and Mrs. Dale Craiy; Washington, 32, Mrs. Lawrence Johnson, and Mrs. John Uownham. Projects were clas.sifierl an follows: clothing, 249; baking, 3WI; food preparation. 11)7; food preser- James Busch, 17, of 1601 Wright street, suffered a cut over his right] eye and one on his right leg when- Surv : vinl , wi)h lhp narl > n t, arf he rode his bicycle into the back th c grandwrents Mr and Mrs end of a parked car on Sixteenth l ~ • >> ra »W*™™. Mr. and Mrs. street, just north of Smead, at 10:09 p.m. Wednesday. The parked auto was owned by Ernest S. Horn, Kcwanna. Busch was treated at St. Joseph's lospital, where he was taken in he Chase-Miller ambulance, and released. A Wolf Construction Co. semi- trailer driven by Harold Gordon, 25, 619 Bates street, and r. parked soft drink truck wore damaged at 11:55 a.m. Wednesday when the' semi jackknifed on East Market street, just west of Thirteenth. The parked truck was owned hy Gurley Kelley, 29, Kokomo. Gordon was headed cast in tho north lane and pulled lo his right to avoid a parked car,, just as n] car in the south lane pulled lo the left lo avoid the soft drink truck, parked on the south side of thc street. Gordon braked sharply and the truck- jackknifed, hittinK the parked truck, police reported. Death Claims Ida Faulstich ROCHESTER, Ind. — Mrs'. Ida May Vamlerj-rift Faulstich, 1)5. a locnl resident for many years, died at 7:10 p.m. Wednesday at a Bcr- ricn Springs, Mich., hospital, where hi; had been a patient since last October. She was hospitalized us a rcoull >f a fractured hip suffered last AUR. Ill, Rorn Sept. 2, 1071, to Ellas nd Sarah (Squires) Maxwell, she WIIH n native of the Green Oak :ommunlty, and spent most of her ifo In the Kochester community. •ihe went to Gallon, Mich., In KMfi o reside with her son, Albert Van- Plan To Slash Subsidies For Conservation Administration Flans Drastic ' Tightening Of Subsidies To Get More For Dollar WASHINGTON;- July 4. (UP) — Administration farm officials flan a drastic tightening of 1958 soil conservation subsidies ,to_ get more "real conservation". for each federal dollar, it was learned Thursday. . A memorandum indicated the Agriculture Department plans to halt most federal payments to farmers for . spreading lime and phosphate on their fields. Officials also plan to slop most federal .subsidies for several conservation practices which would boost farm production at a time when the administration is struggling with the problem of farm surpluses, , The subsidies involved are cost- sharing payments to farmers who carry out government-approved conservation measures under the Agricultural Conservation Program ACP. Baby Aaron B. Palmer Passes Away At Peru PERO, Ind. — Aaron Blaine Palmer, three-month-old son of Airman and Mrs. Alfred B. Palmer, was found.dead in bed at .the Hi- Dri trailer court court at 6 a.m. Wednesday. Death was .attributed to virus pneumonia. Born here March 9 to Alfred and Barbara Jo Palmer, the child is survived by the parents and a brother, Alfred D., at home. The Eikenberry funeral home was in charge' of funeral arrangements. Claim Gl Witness Said Girard 'Coaxed' Woman WASHINGTON, July 4 (UP)— A soldier who sa'V 01 Willi-am S. Girard shoot a Japanese woman has told investigators that Girard; Girard should be 'ried by a U. S. "coaxed"'her to come near his military court rather than a Japa- foxhole before he fired, Rep. Meetings On School Consolidation Planned PERU, Ind. — Public meetings on the proposed school consolidation will be held July 19 and 26 in the northern part of Miami county, but the sites have not been determined. The meetings are intended to acquire residents ot Allen, Perry, Union, Richland and Jefferson townships with the proposed consolidation plan. Chairmen of the township -consolidation committees 'are Dwight Gallipo, Allen; Lyman Me- Guire Jr. and Chester Brauneller, Jefferson; Glen Stevenson, Richland; Ralph McCreary, Union; and Donald Musselman, Perry. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Fiva as a prelude to the Monday hearings. Burleson said -he agreed that Omar Burleson said Thursday. The Texas Democrat said information made available to his House Foreign Affairs subcommittee indicated Girard pulled "a smart aleck trick" so he could get a shot' at the woman, who died of >her -wounds. The Girard case has created an international furor because of the U. S. decision to let the 21-year- old Army specialist be tried for manslaughter by a Japanese court. Hearing Monday Girard's attorneys, however, 'obtained a federal court ruling that barred a foreign trial. The Supreme Court will hear arguments Monday on the government's appeal of this ruling, nese tribunal. He said the court martial punishment would be "considerably more severe than that meted out by a Japanese court." Because of the controversy over the trial, he said, Girard has been pictured as a "hero" in Ihis country whereas he actually deserved to be punished. Monticello Resident Succumbs In Hospital MONTICELLO, Ind. — Roy Goddard. 613 West Harrison street, Monticeilo, a retired White county oil distributor, died at 2:45 p.m. Thursday at the White county Memorial hospital. He had resided in the Monliccllo communitv for a number nf years. Girard's answer to the govern-j Surviving arc two sisters, one- ment appeal is expected to be.at Fowler and (he other in Detroit. Bled i-n the Supreme Court late Friday. A short government reply probably will be filed Saturday The body was removed to the Miller funeral home here. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. A PENNEY BARGAIN IS AlWAYS PRICE QUALITY! Come Saturdoy and Give Your Budget the Biggest Break It Ever Had! Hiway I'atroijvalion, 43; home improvement, 2(1; 0. Henry handicraft, JOB; electric, 20; health, Studio 97 j;j; fin; prevention, 24; and junior News Playhouse News Movies Late Show Weather Tonight SATURDAY AFTERNOON 12:00—Channel 4 • Channel 8 Channel 8 12:30—Channel 4 Channel (i Channel B 12:45—Channel 8 • 1:00—Channel 8 Channel 8 Channel 4 1:30—Channel f> 3:30—Channel I! Channel 4 4:00—Channel « Channel 4 Channel I! 4 :l)0—Channel II Channel 4 Channel B 4:45—Channel 8 5:00— Channel 4 Channel u Channel II 1:30—Channel 8 Channel R Channel 4 Playroom Roy Rogers Lone HanRcr Cartoons Fury Schools Di/.y.y Dean liancball THA Baseball Bowling Time lias'cball Big Picture- T/iA ItJ RporlH 3 Musketeers Comedy 1'arty Kury Kllm Tlocky Jones Capt. Gallant Museum Wild Bill Cisco Kid liiff Baker leaders, 103. ami, CUTS TOOT Two - year-old Pamela Cllnn, of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cline of route I, BurnelUvllle, was treated Thursday afternoon at Memorial hospital for a cut on her left foot, suffered when she stepped on a piece of glass In n sandpllo at her home. She was .released alter treatment. KKI'OKT HAD CIIKCK Brosiur, IfMU Spear nlc<itil. WeilncwJny repurtei. Mrs. Minnie Stailey Of Monterey Expires MONTKUKY, 1ml. - lilies for Mm. Minnie Pcnrl Slullcy, (17, Monterey, who died »l a a.m. Thuniduy at Cai'nonl li»«pltal, WInnmuc, will Im held at 2 p.m. Sunday nt the Kennedy mortuary, Wlnnmnc, the Rev, C. I). HnrrlriKcr in churKu. Jiurlal will bis In Ilruco I^ukc cemi>- lory. Born Oct. 25, limn, at Bcllcvicw. Ohio, lu Klwood and Mary (Taylor) 1 Copcluml, «he came' here from Hammond three yearn nifo. Survivors nr« u brother, Shirley Copeliind, Winamac; and neviin tii«- tors, Mm, Amnrida WenUcI of Ko- wanna, Mrs, Iva Vlnaon of Kmix, Mm. Emma Norman iif hisru, Mrs. Tto.ic Soliono and Mm. Madeline Ctllchrlnl of ClilcaRO, Mm, Aiiny JluNmuHNmi (if liKllimupnllM, nml Mr*, (irnee Wriglil, Ulendule, C'ullf. Krlcnds rimy call al the iuneral hmne. In city police lhal a local w»man had forced lil« name to a $25 check, canning It nt a local Invcrn Offlcera wore nlorled lo lie on tho lookout (or the woman, who H) lojiudly signed Hronlur'i name lo the clicuk and lindamod U herHelf HIT AND HUN DltlVKIt City police Thursday nlKht were hunting a hit-and-run driver who struck a cur 'owned by Hutli Capon Spunr Htreet, parked In fwm of 1-ir, KirUxrnlh Htruet baout D:4. r p.m. A woman livint; near tlii Heeiw fitmlsliod a de.«;rir>t«fl « the lill-and-rim car,^ Crunk iDJurJeo Kutiil IIUSIIVILLK (Ul>)— Ed P«a, 73, Rualivllle, dloil Tucsduy l-n a hospital from Injures nulfored whim She was married Aug. Ili, .0 .John VamlerKrll't, who died Nov. 7, 1915, nnfl she was married M/iy K), 11)2<I, to Albert KnulKtlch. He jied June 18, 11)13. She wus a mem- )ur nf the Rochester Christian church. .Survivors are a dnuglitor, Mrs. lames Cullnwny • of Davidson inskalchu'wan, Ciinadn; two sons, Albert, and Harold Vnndernrlfl of Gilbert, Minn.; It Krunclchlldrcn; Krcul-xnindchlldrcn; n half- Brother, .lease Church of horn; n niilf-Klster, Mrn. Minnie ! Kalis, Minn,; and several nieces und nephews. Friends irmy cull nftcr ] p.m Friday nl, the Xlininiiniuin Brothers mortunry, when: tunernl rltcn will ha li«ld a I. a p.m. .Suturdny with the Itnv. James Klrrmey ofll- riurinl will he In Ml, cemetery near here. Services for Mrs. Kdlth Mills, W., of 1)24 Norlli Third street, will be lick) «t tlie Kroeger moi'liinry nl 2:110 p.in, Saturday, ratluir than at 1:30 as was previously planned, Tho ftcv. Kenneth lirndy will offl- ciatn und burial.will he In Uikoinn cemnlury, ncur Wulwinh, Prlund»||| may call at the funeral home. 'MAIIJWX DOWN Harold Ciuuiner, MOI. 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Wash 'n' w<rar broadcloths no-Iron ripple weaves, pro- shrunk tbsuo rjincjhams, — All fully watiliablo, all long on Wear. Sizes 6 to 16 an aulorrmbllo In which rode collided wild another In U,S. M porleil to city police that l.he mnll- hox In fnml nf his liounc had boun knocked down, apparently by a JilL- nntl-i'iin -molnrlsl. iBIGGEST SALE! bio SATURDAY savings _^*^k ^^ \mWV-litt >*>^y. W A t"" " 1 f* C v*d Tire Blowout Causes Crash; One Man Dies NORTH VI5RNON, Ind. (UP)— Kennelh Runlon, :iu, Madison, wan killed today ami two oUiw men injureil when their car apparently Mow » tlrv uiul Kwervod ItUo a twklife tibutincnt; un Ind, 7 near hcr«. A<Ai(i-t Al Smith, M, Madison, wax llfilvd ns "icrloua" in « Columbus hoftpltiil. Stale nullco -tuld th« <lrlvor of thc car, Sum llnuk mny> •*"• MadJeon, was "lulr." NOW IN FULL SWING! I I I IENTIRE STOCK •SUITS UP TO 50 I I I Or> • NONE RESERVED BUTCHER WEAVE SPORT COATS WASH 'N WflAX SLACKS Better quality sport coats in smart solid tonci. 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