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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 14

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, June 3, 1957
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. _ . i 4 \. i . WXJ 1 1\ HT Two Logansport, Indiana. Pharos-Tribune WMAQ DAILY RADIO PROGRAMS TUESDAY EVENING (All Listings Central D&yllent Time) WBBM (780) WLS WSAL (1230) 6:00 Alex Dreler Bell-Airs News News 6:15 Bus. News News Weather Sports 6:30 Now* Sports News Heatter 6:4o 1 Man's FarrAnderson News News 7:00 News 7:15 Gilclersleevo 7:30 Nlphtlino 7:45 Anderson- Anderson Peril Peril News Music News Opera Serenade Mystery Mystery 8:00 News 8:15 Nishtllne 8:30 Xlshtllne 8:45 Nlghtltno News World Sports Music Hall Fun Tlmo Pun Time News Mantovanl Bob & Ray Bob •&• Ray Bob & Ray Big Bands 9:00 News 9:15 Chan 3:30 Chan 8:45 Chan News Anderson Root, Q. Robt Q. News Heatter Haven or Rest Haven of Rest News . Nitewatch Nitewatch 3-Star Final 10:00 News 10.15 NiKht Desk 10t30 N!&ht Desk 10:45 Sports News Mcrcler Town Crier Weltzel Rudy Rhythm Rudy Rhythm News Music Nitewatch Nltowatch Nl to watch Nitewatch. WEDNESDAY MORNING 8:00 Alex Dreler Harrington, .Mews Breakfast Club News 8:15 Chicago Call. Jim Conway Breakfast Club Rise & Shine 8:30 Chicago Call. ;md ("'oast Breakfast Club Ads 8:45 News Breakfast Breakfast Club Rise & Shine 9-00 News Arthur Godfrey Mv True Sto.-y Rise & Shine 8:15 Truth-Conseq.Arthur Godfrey My Truo Story Rise & Shine 9:30 Banostand Arthur, Godfrey News News-Molodloi 9:45 Bandstand Arthur Godfrey Girl Marries Melodies 10:00 News Arthur Godfrey Whisper Sts, 10:15 Bandstand Arthur Godfrey Tello-Test 10:30 Bandstand Elolso-Josn News 10;4S Bandstand Howard MHier M. Consldlne Woman's Worl Woman's Wor] Queen-Day Queen-Day 11:0( News News News Words 11:15 J. Hultman BaclCHtage Wife Considine Record Shop 11:30 J. Holtman Helen Trent Muricci* Carroll On 11:45 DuuhesB Gal Sunday Markets Carroll Co, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 News Nora Drake 12:16 Merryfleld Ma Perkins 12:3^ Merry field News 12:4n Merryfleld Road of blfe Noontime News NOWB Livestock MarketiCo Extension DlnnerbelJ Farm Corner Dlnnerbel) Farm Corner 1:00 News Neivs 1:15 Confessions Mrs. J3urton 1:30 Worn. In Mao strike U Klch 1:45 Dr. Gentry Entortalnmont Summaries Play Ball HappincHH ltd. Play Ball NCWH I3u.se nail Queen-Day Baseball 2:00 News 2:15 Matinee 2:30 Hilltop 2:45 Pep. Young House Party House- Party Dr. Malono Lucky Ladles News Jack Paar News Wayne King 1 Baseball Baseball Baseball Bay c ball 3:00 Newn B:15 Goodwin 8:30 Goodwin S:45 Goodwin Jim Conway. Woman Vlcwa Gold Coas; Take Break News Lombardo Music Mu.slc Baseball Baseball Scoreboard 4:00 News :15 Jtm Mllla :30 Sports :45 Jim Mills Paur Gibson Paul Gibson Paul Gibson Shoo With ili News Pulka Party News Polka Party Off Accord Oft Record Toon Tunes Toon Tunea :00 New« News Walk :15 Wed Howard Hurrinffton-Nows VVelk :30 Wed Howard Sports News 6:45 Stone, News Lowell Thomas Ncwa Tuna Time Want Ads Memorial HOB Wonders Attends Harmony Lunch With GOP Congressmen President Tells House Republicans He Stands - Squarely Behind 1956 Party Platform WASHINGTON (UP)—President Eisenhower told House Republi- of the President's record peacetime budget, brought up the problem. cans Monday that he stands squarely behind the 1958 party: "Mb, we were jusl talking about platform and will come to the aid' p i casant things," the GOP leader of _all those who try to help write, replied. "That will go over to some it into law. .time when we are not as jovial The President was guest of as today." honor at a GOP "harmony" lunch i Martin said the President dis- at the Capitol attended by from' closed he intended to "repay" the 150 to 175 members . of the 208' House Republicans by inviting House Republican delegation. In; them to White House breakfasts, a brief speech, he discounted talk; similar to the affairs he served of a rift in the GOP. He said he for them during his first term in didn't believe U. According to the' lunch host, House Republican Leader Joseph W. Martin- Jr. and others present at the closed-door affair, the President then went on to say in approximately these "words: "I stand 100 per cent behind the Republican platform of 1956, and I will do all in my power to bring about its enactment. Those of you who work for its enactment will certainly have me as an ally." Members said Eisenhower went out of his way to avoid anything that might be construed as a hostile gesture to those in the party who have balked at some of its more controversial commitments —school aid, minimum wages, and a liberalized immigration law. Rather he put it the other way- promising his aid as an ally of any who wanted to walk his way. The congressmen greeted Eisenhower with a standing ovation as he strode into the big House caucus room for the $1.19 chicken and potato salad box lunch. One congressman said the chief executive's brief unscheduled speech came so quickly and was over so soon that the party faiihful were caught unprepared for more than a perfunctory round of applause before the President headed for the exit. While Eisenhower joined the others in eating his lunch off his lap, members drifted over to greet him. Soon there was a line and, according to one member, nobody had time to raise any of lilic issues that have been aired by Republicans recently. Martin, who said he never attended "a friendlier gathering," .was asked if any GOP opponents the While House. SET RICKETTS RITES Final rites for Mrs. Alice Rick- ctts, 78, 1804 Woodlawn avenue, who died Sunday at Memorial hospital, will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Chase-Miller chapel, where friends may call. The Rev. II. H. Hnshbcrger will officiate and burial will be made in the IOOF cemetery at Mathews, Ind. 'Free Gift Wrapping" TV Programs TUESDAY EVENING CDT 6:00—Channel 4 ^ Channel 6 Channel 8 6:15—Channel 6 Channel 8 6:30—Channel 6 Channel 3 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—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 9:00—Channel 4 Channel 8 9:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 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 Rascals Weather News News News J. Winters Name Tune News News Navy Log Wash Sq. Phil Silvers Wyatt Earp Wash Sq. • Private Secy. Broken Arrow Jane Wyman Tell Truth Theater Kaiser Hr. Red Skelton . Angel Date $64,000 Cheyene Rosle Clooney Spike Jones] Death Valley Death Valley Martin Kane News Playhouse News Movies Late Show Weather Tonight Okf £>fsNE^ True Life Adventures CHILL.V THRIU-. PiKST 01= THE DUCKS AKEIVINO -HOME FROM THE SOUTH FINE?THE OLC7 FAMIUAK PONP FULL. OF SURPRISES. . • ' WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON 12:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 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 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 Channel 4 4:45—Channel 4 5:00—Channel 4 Channel 8 5:15—Channel 6 4 Sight Markets News-Weather "Farm News Farm-Home RFD 4 Club 60 World Turns 4 Sight Miss Brooks Beulah Tenn. Ernie House Party Festival Theater Payoff Crosby Queen for Day Brighter Day Secret Storm Movie Time . Edge of Night Romances Movie Time Chapel Door Life of Christ Stu Erwin Cartoons Churchman Mickey Mouse Early Show Chuckwagon TfHE FROZEN SURFACE TOOVIPES UKIEXPEdTEP LANDING - 'PROBLEMS. 6*4 Three Drivers Fined By J.P. Four persons were fined Monday evening iri justice of the peace court here, three on traffic charges and the fourth for a conservation law violation. Ira Thomas, route 2, city, was fined $10 and costs for using a dip net during a closed season. Arrested Saturday by Cass county Conservation. Officer William Kerber, he paid a total of $27, which included a $5 conservation department fee. Jack Smith or Kokomo, arrested Sunday by State Trooper Richard Keyes for exceeding the truck speed limit, was fined $5 and costs, while Dale Reed of Lindsey, Ohio, was fined $1 and costs on the same charge. Reed was arrested Monday afternoon by State Trooper John Gaylor. Henry Woolum, Chicago, was fined $1 and costs for failing to stop for a stop sign following his arrest late Monday by State Trooper Keyes at the intersection of U.S. highways 24 and 35 west of here. White County Native Expires At Lafayette MONTICELLO, Ind. — Last rites for Elmer E. Brown, 88, White county native who died Sunday evening at his home in Lafayette, will be held at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Soller-Baker mortuary, Lafayette. The deceased owned the Clayton and Hazelwood telephone company at Clayton at one time. Survivors' are three • children, four grandchildren and 11 great- grandchildren. NAME' CULVER SPEAKER CULVER (UP) -Guest speaker the 63rd commencement exercises at Culver Military Academy June 11 will be promient editor-publisher John S. Knight. H e will address a class of 164 cadets from 26 states and 11 foreign nations. HOWARD TEEGARDEN DIES MONTICELLO, Ind. — Howard Teegarden, 35, of Marion, son of Mrs. Erma Swain of here, died last week at Ft. Wayne following a long illness. Services and burial were 1 held at Marion. Escape Artist Is Out Again INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — A female "escape artist" broke out of the Indiana Women's Prison ^londay for the fourth time in six years, Lissa P. Hanson, 41, fled with Mary Hazen, 30, Indianapolis. Supt. Georgia Schneider said the two apparently jumped over UHe fence after getting out on tfes prison grounds to "mail some packages." Lissa's.first jail-break was made Christmas, 1951. She drugged a matron with doped hot chocolate, then took .the matron's keys to open the jail doors. She was 'returned here after being recaptured in Louisville, but broke out of the women's prison again on Jan. 6, 1953. She was recaptured four days later on Monument Circle. Lissa's third escape from custody occurred when she broke away from guards last January while being escorted to, a dental school for treatment. She was recaptured the next day. Concerning Lissa's most recent escape, Supt. Schneider said "they won't get very far, We'll get them back." Peru Couple Hurt In Crash PERU, Ind. — Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Derringer, route . 1, Peru, are convalescing at their home following a traffic accident at Elizabethtown, Ky.', last Friday. They were enroute home from a 10-day Florida vacation when their car collided with one occupied by three Georgia people, extensively damaging the 1955 Derringer car. Derringer, 65, suffered a cracked knee cap, a cut under his left eye and cuts on his right hand, with the forefinger almost severed. His wife, Mamie, 67, sustained severe head lacerations, a broken left ankie, bruises, a shoulder injury and a severe injury to her left knee. They were treated at the Elizabethtown hospital and brought home by their daughter, Mrs. Thomas Pennington of Kokomo. The first telephone was established in Arkansas in 1879. Applicants For Macy Postmaster May File PERU, Ind.—Applications for the position of Macy postmaster are| due June 25, and the test for the! job will be given at' Logansport, civil service center for this postal district, it was announced Monday. The $4,190 position was opened April l when Sam Fohr retired after 30 years as the postmaster at Macy. The applicants for the job must have resided in the postal area serviced by the Macy post office for a year, and be between and 70. Report 15 West German Recruits Lost In River On "Death March" 'KEMPTEN, Germany (UP) — Fifteen West German paratroop recruits lost their footing and drowned in a "death march" across the raging Iller River near here. Monday, The non - commissioned officer who ordered them into the waist-deep torrent was arrested. Bundcswebr authorities also took into custody a section commander who vainly tried to warn the detachment to go back to shore. Eighteen men, burdened with full field packs and oliher heavy equipment, managed to scramble to safety in the incident which vividly recalled the death march of six U.S. Marine Corps recruits in a tidal stream at Parris Island, S.C., on April 8,' 1956. By late afternoon, on'.y one body had been recovered from the Iller, swollen by spring rains. The 40- degree temperature of the water hampered searchers. An army spokesman said there w^as no hope for the other 14. Their bodies were expected to be caught in a net stretched IVi miles below the scene. The recruits, members of the 19th Paratrooper Battalion in the fledgling West German army were on a training maneuver under command of Sgt. Peter Julitz. Julitz was arrested for ordering ; the men into the water at a point J50 yards below a bridge, A section '.eader named Schaefflor also was ordered held pending an investigation.- The river, one of the sources of the Danube, was only 30 to 50 .yards wide and 3 feet deep at the point where (he men were ordered in. But the river bed 'is of slippery rock and the bottom ; is pitted with deep holes. Tuesday Evening, June 4, 1957. Russ Protest Delay By U.S. On Arms Plan Five-Power London Disarmament Conference Resumes After Five-Day Eecess LONDON (UP) — The Russians Monday protested against .American "delay" in presenting the new U.S. arms-cutting plan to the five- power London disarmament conference. Informed sources said Soviet Deputy Foreign Minisier Valerian Zorin made the complaint when the disarmament talks resumed Monday following a five-day recess for Western consultations. The American plan was still not ready for introduction and informed sources said U.S. delegate Harold E. Stassen would continue consulting on it with the Western allies. Sources said that Zorin, the Soviet chief delegate at (he talks with the United States, Britain, France and Canada, expressed impatience at the continued conference standstill. The Soviet delegate said that through press reports he was aware of these consultations outside the conference. He reiterated the importance he attaches to Russia's own parlfal disarmament plan introduced here on April 30. This Soviet plan, Zorin reminded, included a suggestion for immediate suspension of nuclear test blasts. In a 20-minute speech to the conference, Zorin made an implied criticism Uiat British and U.S. lest explosions are continuing while the conference marks lime. Stassen himself was reported to be consulting with the Western allies on a new American proposal to suspend nuclear weapons tests on a trial basis as part of a first step disarmament agreement with Russia. Several Fined In Peru Court PERU, Ind. — Richard French, 27, a Bunker Hill air base officer, was fined $66.75 and his driver* license was suspended for two years when he pleaded guilty Monday afternoon in city court to driving while under the influence of in- toxicaots. Drivers fined $17.75 each for minor traffic offenses were Francis Richmond, 41, route 1. Peru; Christine C. Pickering, 37, Converse; Reynold Spurgeon. 46, Kokomo; Joseph McKine, 26, Louisville; and James Laycock, 21, rout» 5, Wabash. Kenneth Laskey, 18, a Bunker Hill airman, was given a 10-day jail term and a $16 fine for petit larceny after he admitted taking S60 from the Pyramid Oid company, 52 West Third street, a week ago. Wjlliam Cope, 26, Indianapolis, charged with taking clothing and other items from cars while working at a used car lot, was also arraigned for petit larceny and the case was taken under advisement after evidence was presented. CHECK 1,563 CARS PERU, Ind. — A total of 304 .defects were found in 1,5(52 cars checked by Peru police on West i Main street during the past month. Officers reported 65 cars had defective lights on the license plates, 62 had faulty rear and stop lights, and 34 had defective parking lights. Passenger Is Injured In Eastend Accident Two aulos were damaged and a passenger in one was injured slightly in a collision at Twenty- first and George streets at 4:15 p.m. Monday. Mrs. Charles Reid, 415 Wilkinson street, suffered a bruised left knee when the car in which she was riding, driven by Zonnie Reid, 35, of 1322 High street, collided with one driven hy Gayle Clnrk, 63, of route A, city. Clark was headed south on Twenty-first and ran into the Reid car, eastbound on George, according to the police report. SET ADA FLORA UITES CUTLER, Ind. — Private funeral riles for Mrs. Ada May Flora, 80, route 2, who died early Monday morning at Memorial hospital, Logansport, will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Carter mortuary, Flora, with the Rev. Elbert Smith Jr., officiating, assisted by the Rev. E. E. Morris. Burial will ba in Maple Lawn cemetery at Flora. VOTICI-: or ADMIMSTIIATION STATK OK INDIANA) )S.S: COUNTY OK CASS ) IN T1IK CASK 01KCUIT COURT AJ'lfll. TK11.M, 1!T,7. Notice JM lu'i-uhy Klvcn tlml Thclnni M. KtM'Yi-l- \v:is. on D71h diiv uf Miiy, lli. r )7. «i)pnlnt«'d Kx<»- uulrlx o:' Ihi' KKintb of J'loyil I.). KlHlVLT. (U'ct'JlslMl. All pcr.'diMN I'.nv'.mr c 1 n i in tt iiKiihiNt s;i!<l ••sunn, wlit'thcc or nut now dill 1 , :mlnt flK> '.he *;uno In .in.li! rovirl wllhln nix Oil month* from niii <Mlf n! (ho first inihllrn- tlnn of this noliiM; 01- ^;iU! eliilmn will- lid roiwiT ImiTi'il. Djili'd at l.oKiuibport, Inillann, this 27th ilay or Muy. ]!>f.7. 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