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Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, July 8, 1957
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Six Logansport. Indiana. Pharos-Tribune DAILY RADIO PROGRAMS (All Listings Cent ral Daylight Time) WMAQ WBBM (780 WLS WSAl (1230 MONDAX EVENING 6:0t> Dreier Josh Brady News New* 6:15 Bus. New* N&W3 Market* Sport* 6:30 News Sports Newa Heatter. S:<5 Man's Fam. Anderson News-Sport* Hennessey 7:00 News 7:15 Symphony 7:30 Symphony 7:45 Symphony Anderson Anderson Suspense Suspense Heatur LewU Firestone Firestone Lewis Seronad* -Mystery Mystery 8:00 Telephone HrNewa Newn 8:15 Telephone HrTBA Music .flail 8-30 TEA Music Hall Mantovani* 8:45 TEA Music Hall Mantovanl Bob * R Bob.Ray Bob.Ray • S«fenad« 9-.00 9:15 8:30 News Chan Chan Chan .News Hellalrs-Cleary R. Q. Lewis n. Q. Lewis News Imagination Rest Haven Rest Haven Nite WMch Nile Watcl Nile Watch 10:00 News Woltzel 10:15 Xlsht De«u Mercier 10:30 .\MnlK Desk Weltzel 10:45 Sports Weltzel Rudy Rhythm Rady Rhythm News Music News NIt» Watch Nite Watch Nlte Watch TUESDAY MORNING 8:00 Drier News 8:15 ChicuBO CaU. 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Mickey Mouse Karly Show Supcrmun Cartoon Ike Is Urged To Back Ban On Atom Tests Group Calls on President to Support Ban on Blasts UN Agency Could Detect WASHINGTON (OP) — Highly- three scientific, educational, religious and other leaders urged President Eisenhower Sunday to support an atomic weapons tests ban covering all explosions that could be detected by. a United Nations monitoring agency. In a telegram to the President, the group lauded his "continued determination"'to negotiate a fi rs t step dbarmatnoivt agreement. They said current disarmament talks in Loixlon "have aroused great hopes" l/hroughoul the world. A.I the same time, Sen. John F. Kennedy (D-Mass.) declared that ".some vagueness" on the part of Kiscnhowor about atomic bomb tests had contributed to Ihe problems of U.S. negotiators at the London conference. He said the President's vagueness hinged on two alternatives— whether to continue nu«lear tests, to develop a clean bomb or lo go ahead wish original U.S. proposals lo halt .such tests for nearly a year, a plan now being discussed in London. The telegram lo Ihe President wui .sent by a group headed by Norm-an Thnmas, many time Socialist candidate few president; Charles 0. Price, former chairman of Uio Federation at American Scientists; Robert. Nal-han, chairman of Americans for Demoenallc Action, and K. Raymond Wilson, executive socrctary of the Friends Comtnlllco on National Legislation. Three Drivers Arrested After Auto Accidents Local Youth Fined, Has License Suspended After Wreck West on U.S. 24 Three drivers were arrested as a result of two traffic accidents in Cass county Sunday. Robert. M.' Leazenby, 21, of 430 West Melbourne aven,ue, was fined $25 and costs, and had his right to drive suspended for a year in justice of the peace court for driving while under the influence following a one-car wreck west of the city at 5:45 a.m. Leazenby was headed west U. S. 24 at Fitch's Glen, two miles west of the city, and started to pass another car when he saw an east-bound car approaching. Leazenby braked sharply and skidded au U1B r ulum ^ lijlulli ,, i ul 100 feet, part of it sideways, goj.ng! which she was a me mber. The Aged Fulton Woman Dies ' FULTON, Ind.—Mrs. Sarah Ausmun Pownall, 91, native o£ Cass county and a resident of the Fulton community almost her entire life, died at 8 a.m. Sunday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Carl Emery, in Fulton. She was born Jan. 15, 1866, the daughter of Joseph and'Sarah (Atha) Williams, and was married March 1,1885, to Benjamin F. Ausmun, who died June 19, 1931. She was married Nov. 2, 1932, to Vachael J. Pownall. He died Sept. 21, 1941. Survivors are the daughter, Mrs. Emery; five grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Emma Cooper and Mrs. Ida Kelley, both of here; and two step-daughters, Mrs. S. EarfRouch of Rochester and Mrs. Vern Rouch', South Bend. Friends may call at the Emery residence here and funeral rites will be held at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Fulton EUB church, of Rev. Donald Abbey will officiate and burial will be in the Fulton cemetery. The body will be taken to the church to He in state for one hour preceding the services. The Ditmire funeral home is in charge of arrangements. Mexico Man Passes Away DENVER, Ind.—Garland B. Cunningham, 58, of Mexico, former Denver and Mexico restaurant operator, died suddenly at 11:30 a.m. Saturday at the Richter motor sales in Peru, where he was employed as a salesman. He served one term as Jefferson township trustee. His death was attributed to a heart attack. Born Aug. 19, 11198, in Whitley lo- county, Indiana, to John H. and Myrtle Schwering, 81, Widow of Former City Fire Chief, Succumbs Services for Mrs. Myrtle Susan Schwering, 81, widow • of former City Fire Chief Fred Schwering, who died suddenly at 8:50 p.m. Saturday at her home, 315 West Miami avenue, will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Fisher funeral home.. the deceased was preparing to go for an. auto ride with -friends when she suffered an attack of asthma and died a short time later, A native of this city, she was born Sept. 4, 1875, the daughter of Robert H. and Sarah Jane (Pitman) Foust. Her husband, Fred, was fire chief here from 1923 until his death, on June 26, 1926. She was a lifelong member of the West Broadway Presbyterian church. Survivors are a son, Eugene F. JI Pete" Schwering, assistant city fire chief; three grandchildren, Fred in the Army in Korea, and Ronald and Susan, at home; and a brother, Arthur Foust, Dayton, Yeoman Lady, 89, Succumbs MONTICELLO, Ind. — Mrs. Harriet J. Austin, p.m. Saturday at Ohio. died at 5:30 her home in Yeoman following a short illness. A member of the Methodist church at Xeoman, she had resided in that community for many years.- Born in Kentucky on April 9, 1868, to William and Sarah (Peev- ler) Roach,, she was married March 9, 1889, to Sherman Austin. He died in 1931. Survivors are a son, Verlin, of route 1, Delphi; two daughters, Mrs. Sadie Viney of Logansport and Mrs. Clyde J,ulien of Yeoman; nine grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; and a brother, Baker Roach of Monon. A son, Ross, and a daughter, Mrs. Mabel Pearson, are deceased. Friends may call at the Miller funeral home here and final rites will be held there at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday. The Rev. Harley Davis will officiate and burial will be in off the highway on the south side. The 1953 model car rolled down a 20-foot embankment, coming to a stop on its wheels. The auto was a total loss, but Leazenby escaped injury. £|tate Trooper John Gaylor and Deputy Sheriff Roy King investigated. Ernest McKoon, 28, of 775 West Main street, Peru, was . charged with reckless .driving and Primo Merlo, 32, Kokomo, was slated for failure to signal for-a turn following a collision at 1:30 p.m. Sunday one-fourth mile west of Galveston on state road IB. Both were headed west and Merlo slowed to make a right turn off the highway to a fishing spot when McKoon struck him from behind. Damage was estimaed at $100 to McKoon's 1948 model coach and $150 to Merlo's 1951 model coach. State Trooper Dick Keyes and Galvcslon Town Marshal Malcolm Taylor investigated. A 1943 model ear was left a .. „, .. tal loss and a Kokomo woman and I Emma (Bonebrake) Cunningham, he was married May 0, 192B, to Bornieco Stockdale, who survives. He also leaves his mother, of Peru; a son, David L., of Wabash; a daughter, Mrs. Nancy J. Love, of Mexico; a granddaughter; a brother, Joseph M., and two sis- lers, Mrs. Ruth bobbins and Mrs. Ruby Johnson, all of Peru. A Mexico resident for 35 years, he was a member of the Metlio- disl church, Masonic lodge No. M7 and Vashti Chapter No. 551 of the 0, K. S., al'. at Mexico. He moved to Mexico from Denver. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Monday at the McCain funeral home, at the Intersection of state road IB ami U. S. 31, and final riles will be held there at 2 p.m. Tuesday. Tho flov. August Lund- ijulst will officiate and burial will be In Orrccnlawn cemetery, Mexi Friends may call at the funera home. The Rev. J. J. Saalwaech- ter will officiate at the rites and burial will be in Mount Hope cemetery. , | the Yeoman cemetery. Cass Farmer Dies Suddenly Roy Lytle, 65, farmer of route 2, Royal Center, died suddenly Saturday night, suffering a heart attack at 9 o'clock while in this city. He was rushed to Memorial hospital, where he was pronounced her son were slightly injured in a mishap Saturday evening on U. S. 24 at the second curve east of the Greenville bridge. Mrs. Lucille Short suffered a cut on her head anil her young son was bruised when Ihc car went off on the north side of the road and rolled over onto Us trip. Peru Police Arrest Man on Check Count PERU, Ind.—Police are investigating the activities of a Michigan man who they said admitted passing fraudulent checks in Wabash and Columbia City before being arrested here Friday evening for cashing a fraudulent check. John Marsh, 3D, Mich., was jailed of Ypsilanli, without bond here after his arrest ut the Het/nor Jewelry Store on South Broadway. Police had been alt-rlud by Virgil Russncr of the Kassner Furniture Store. Officers aalcl Marsh admitted passing three fraudulent checks for $105 in Wabash, and another in Columbia City. He had more than $!)0 cash and a car-loud of merchandise, ranging from luggage and appliances to women's clothing arrested. when CO, with Masonic graveside rites. FATHER DIES MONTIOBU-O, Ind. - Rites for Arthur P. Thornhrougli, M, Fowler, father of Mrs. Lillian Furr of here, who died Friday night at St. Ell/abeth hospital, Lufnyptle, will be held at i):,'10 a.m. Monday at the F:rwlcr Sacred Heart church. Burial will be in Sacred Hear Miami CD Director John Coyle Resigns PKKU. luil. — John Henry Coylc re-signed Saturday as Miami county Civil Defense dirt-dor ijnd UH a cily street ilepartiniiiit employe tti accept employment outside Indiana Mayor John De-vine has not announced a successor In Coyle, who had been Civil Delensu director ,-iince early last year, when lie succeeded llu^li Kit-hards in the post. lie al.'iu served as humane director fur a time, and set up a new CD coniDiiinlt'i-ilio/i l>ca<li|iiarlers in Hie courlhnii.-ie basement. Levy Fines On Four In Local J. P. Court Four drivers urresletl by state troopers were fined in justice the pence court here during the weekend. Jim Patty, 23, route 1, Royal Center, arrested Thursday by Slate Trooper Dlek Keycs, was fined $5 arid euslii for sumling. The other three, fined |1 and costs apiece, wore Gaynoll Hollowell, IK), route 2, Elwood, arrested June 30 by Keyes for disregarding a slop sign; Marlin Cla liaiigh, 111), Gary, arrosted Wcdncs- dny by Trooper John Gaylor for speeding in 11 truck; and Hobble Sparks, 20, Jackson, Miss., in-rent oil Sunday by Keyea for Improper passing.' CAU MISSING William llowell, lllOB Wooulnwn | avenue, Sunday morning reported to city police that hi» IIMII model two-tone green sedan wus missing from the spot where he parked It, on Third street between Broodway and Market, the previous night, A 'JTew TABLET FOR ARTHRITIS <«««"'"'« ALFALFA 1OO Tablot* - $2.49 300 Tablets - $5.95 Contnming concontratod powilorod cxtruot of tho umuy.inK vitjinun und min- urul rich ALFALFA pliint |>ltM tuMt worlcloi; pain ^|_niliovinK iiKontH olTorn offoctivo nnrnu d»y Mlkif from __. tho iiK(ii:i/.ing piiirw of iirthritiH,rheu»i/itkiiui,n«uritii, ^ und ncuttilgia. AX.PHA TABLKT8 »*• «old ou * money buck Kunrnntoe. BUSJAHN'S DRUG STORE 308 Fourth St. I'hone 3774 for comfort where you want comfort ARROW UNDERWEAR Here's the lasting, allover camforl every man wtintsi Smooth, easy-filling Arrow Shorts in popular waistband stylos — in selected "Sanforized" fabrics. For tops In comfort, choose fine knit Arrow Undershirts. Shorts, from $1.50 Athletic Shirts $1.00 dead on arrival, A. native and lifetime resident of Cass county, he was born April 17, 11)92, to Edward and Loulitia (Oswalt) Lytle. He was a member of the Eagles ami the Knights of Pythias. Survivors are his wife, Goldie; a daughter, Mrs. Marguerite Green, of this city; two sisters, Mrs. Flossie Carl of Toledo, Ohio, and Mrs. Ethel Prankc, Kokomo; and two brothers, Clarence of Kokomo and Fred of Slockbridgc, Mich. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Monday at the Harrison funeral home, Royal Center, where final rites will be held at 1:30 p.m Wednesday with the Rev. Ernest Carroll in charge. Burial will be in the Uoynl Center, cemetery. Boy Bumped By Taxi Is Apparently Unhurt Walter Anweiler, 619 Washington street, reported to city police that the taxi he was driving bumped a small boy on East Melbourne avenue Saturday noon. The boy, Carl Hickle, 11117 North Third street, apparently escaped injury. Police also reported that cars driven by Marvin Pettenger of Deedsville and Larry Loebckc, route 1, Kewanna, collided at Third and East Market streets late Friday night, causing minor damage. Monday Evening, July 8. 19ST. Perry Goslee Expires At Monticello Home •MONTICELLO, Ind. - Perry E. Joslee, in his 80s, a retired farmer, died shortly after noon Sunday at his home, 221 South Illinois street, in Monticello. A former Yeoman resident, he lad resided in this city for several years. The body was removed to the Miller funeral home, where rites are pending. FALLS FROM SWING Nine - year - old Marilyn Camp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard amp, 427 Cole street, was taken :o St. Joseph's hospital Saturday night with a head injury suffered about 5 p.m. when she tell from a swing onto a cement porch at her iiome. She remained overnight for treatment and observation, and was dismissed Sunday. Read the Classified Ads Wayne R. Holland Marine Enlistee Currently undergoing Marine Corps recruit training at San Diego is Wayne R. Holland. 907 Melbourne, who enlisted in the Corps June 24, two days after his 18th. birthday. The son of Mr. and Mrs. William Holland, he was graduated from Logansport high school June 5. Holland left for Indianapolis on June 25, where he, passed his Marine examinations, and was then shipped to San Diego. He is a member of the Marine company to named in honor of the late Ernie Pyle. Holland's address is a follows; Pvt. Wayne R. Holland, Platoon 271, Marine Corps Recruiting Depot, San Diego 40, California. AN UNUSUAL BIRD COLUMBIA CITY,. Ind. — A one- legged starling spent his third winter at the farm of Mr. and Mr.s. Carl Kaufman. The lack of a ies doesn't handicap the starlins. which hops afler grain and bread scraps left by the Kaufmans. Twins C)ie at Hospital, Funeral Rites Monday Services for the twin sons of Ed and liita (Hilbert) Zemcckis, route 2, city, who died at birth at noon Saturday at St. Joseph's hospital, will be held at 10 a.m. Monday at the Kroeger mortuary, the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Foley in charge, and burial will be in Mt. Calvary cemetery. Surviving the parents are two sisters, Louise and Janet; and three grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Olio Hilbert of 143ti Clifton avenue, and Kazimar Zemcckis, Chicago. Read the Classified Ads ELECTRIC RAZOR SPECIAL The New Schick "25' REGU1AR PRICE $29.50 OUR PRICE $18.75 With Trade-in . .$16.50 -ALSO- SUNBEAM GOLDEN GLIDE $28.95 LESS $8.50 Trade-in », $20.45 SCHICK "25" IN COLORS $29.50 SPECIAL PRICE .....' 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