Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on July 9, 1957 · Page 2
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 2

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, July 9, 1957
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.Two Logansport, Indiana. Pharos-Tribune DAILY RADIO PROGRAMS (All Listings Cent ra.1 Daylight Time) WMAQ WBBM (780 WLS WSAt {1230 TUESDAY EVENING «:00 AleiDreter . Bell-Airs News • :t5 Bus. News News Weather f.-IO-Nswa Sports News <M5 1 Man's FarcAnderson News News Soorts Heattvr News T:00 News Anderson 7:15 Gildersleeve Anderson 7:80 Nisrhtllne Peril 1:tS Nlphtllne Perl] News Music News Opera l : ?? £?'t s ,. News Fun Time 8:15 Mphtline World Fun Time 8:30 Nlehtllne Sports News 8:45 Nlghtllne Music Hall Mantovani Lewis Serenade Mystery Mystery Bob t Ray Bob & Ray Bob & Ray Big Bands 5:00 New* 9:15 Chaa »:30 Chan 9:45 Chan .News Anderson Robt Q. Robt. Q. 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Holtman Helen Trent Mantels 11:46 Duchess Gal Sunday Markets Words Record Shop Carroll Uo. Carroll Co. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 News 12:15 MerryfleJd 1-2:30 Merry-field 12:4o Merry field Nora Drake Noontime News News Ma Perkins Livestock MarketiCo. Extension Newa DinnerhelJ- Farm Corner Road of Life Dinnerbell Farm Corner 1:00 News 1:13 Confessions 1:30 Worn. In Hso 1:45 Dr. Gentry Mrs, Burton Strike It Rich Entertainment Summaries Happiness Queen-Day Play Ball Play BalJ Basoball Baseball 2:00 News 2:15 Marine* 2:30 Hilltop 2:45 Pep. i'oung House Party House Party Dr. Mat on o Lucky Ladles Cross Country Jack Paar News Wayne King: Baseball Baseball Baseball Baseball 8:00 News J:15 Goodwin 2:30 Goodwin 3:45 Goodwin Jim Conway Woman View* Gold Coasi Tako Break News Lorn bard,o Music Baseball Baseball Baseball Scoreboard 4:00 News Paul Gibson News Of t Record 4:15 Jim MUla Paul Gibson Polka Party Off Hecord 4:30 SportH Paul Gibson News Teon Tune* 4:45 Jim Mills Shoo With Miami? Polka Party Toen Tune* 6:06 New« • News Wclk <:I5 Wed Howard Harrington-Mown Welk 5:JO Wod, Howard Sports News 6:45 Stone, Newa Lowell Thomas News Tune Tims Want Ads Momorlal HOB Wonders TV Programs TUESDAY EVENING 6:00—Channel 4 Rascals Channel fi Channel 8 «: 15—Channel 6 Channel 8 6:30—Channel 8 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 Weather News News Newa J. Winters Name Tune News News Navy Log Dance Parly Phil Silvers Wyatt Earp Panic Private Secy, Broken Arrow Jane Wyman Tell Truth 8:30—Channel 4 Telephone Time Channel 8 Channel 8 8:00—Channel 4 Channel 8 fl:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 10:00—Channel G Channel 8 10:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 10:45—Channel 4 Channel 8 11:00—Channel C 11:30—Channel 6 Angel Date $64,000 Conflict Rosle Clooney Spike Jones Star Pert. Martin Kane News Playhouse News Death Claims Laura Miller ROCHESTER, Ind.— Mrs. Laura Belle Miller, 69, of 1029 Jefferson street, the widow of Attorney Hiram G. Miller" a former Fulton county circuit court judge, died at 11:15 a.m. Monday at Woodlawn hospital. She had been in failing health since last August and in serious condition the past month. Born Sept. 11, 1BB7, at Atwood, 111., she was the 'daughter of Samuel and Sarah (Hatch) Wrightsman. She was a member of the First Baptist church nd the Eastern Star here. Survivors are a son, Edward, ofi Tuscola, 111.; three grandchildren;' Indiana Farm Bureau Head Will Retire Hassil Schenck Announces Retirement As 'President Effective Dec. 31 INDIANAPOLIS- CUP) — Hassil E. Schenck, under whose direction the Indiana Farm Bureau grew in membership from about 20,000 families to more than 133,000, today announced his retirement as president, effective Dec, 31. Schenck,' president for 21 years, made the surprise announcement at the opening session bt a regular board oE directors meeting. His successor will be chosen at the state convention Nov. 15. "While I feel' to be in good lealth now," said Schenck, ".'. .it s time to turn over the reins of our Farm Bureau to younger lands." , Schenck said he' toad, "no fear or the future" because, the organ- zation has •• "excellent prospect among our younger leaders who can be'called upon to assume the leavy burden of responsibilities of r arm Bureau." The Hoosier Farm Bureau na- ionally ranks second in membership only to Illinois.. Sclienck started his career as a ownship farm, leader in Boone County. In 1934 he was elected irsl vice-president of the State "'arm Bureau and become presi- lent when Lewis Taylor died in December, 1936, He is now competing his 10th two-year term. Fines Levied On 5 Drivers Five drivers, including two involved in the same auto accident, were fined in justice of the peace court here late Monday. Brest McKoon, 28, of 775 West Main street, Peru, and Primo Merlo, 32, Kokomo, involved ni a collision a quarter, mile west of Galveston on.-Ind. 18 Sunday after- oon, were fined for reckless driv- ng and failure- to signal for a turn, respectively. McKoon was fined $5 and cost and Merlo was fined $1 and costs They were slated by State.Troope Dick Keyes. Clarence Lunt, 20, Galveston; ar rested last Friday by Keyes, wa fined $5 and costs for reckles driving, and Lawrence Cross, 45 Kokomo, arrested Sunday b; Keyes for- failing to .stop for ; stop, sign at Gfclveston,.. was finec $1 and costs/ . ••• . '•• Joseph.-Pelli'sh, .32, Mankato Minn., was fined $1 ad costs a a result of his arrest Monday by Keyes for improper passing. Tuesday Evening, July 9, 19JR MARINES AND HELICOPTERS ON A HOT 'BEACH' Stolen Car Recovered Jut Another Missing Police late Monday received a eport of a stolen car, and a short ime later had a report of another ne being taken. Peru police reported that a 1»48 model sedan, owned by William towel! of 1808 Woodlawn avenue, aken from Third street late Sat- rday or early Sunday, had been found there. Harry Mintner, BSl'A West Market street, told officers that his 1950 model sedan w"as missing from the spot where he parked it on Erie avenue, just east of Fifth street, Monday morning. Trucks Crash East Of City Lemma Wallace, 72, route 2, Gal veston, was charged with failure to yield..,the right-ol-way .as. a re suit ot a collision' shortly alter 2 p.m. Monday on'U.S. 24 at'the lime kiln, three miles east of the city •Wallace was driving a-1956 mode Cass county highway departmen truck and collided with an auto transport semi-trailer driven' by Guy Porter, 3C, New Haven, Ind State Trooper 'Richard Keyes who investigated', sai dWallace hac gotten a load or stone .and startcc Lo cross the highway to have the load weighted, when he ran into the side of the semi, headed west Damages were estimated at $<10( to the county highway truck am $(iOO to the tractor-trailer rig. Keyes slated Wallace to appear in justice of the peace coi)rt late Tuesday. a brother, >~»L, Edward Wrightsman, three sisters, Mrs. Marguerite Flora of South Haven, Mich., and Mrs. Edith Read. Her husband died Dec, 30, 11)52, and a son, Hiram Jr., and daughter, Margie Ann, are also deceased. Friends may call after 1 p.m. Tuesday at the Zimmerman Broth, ers mortuary, where final riles will be held at 4 p.m. Wednesday. The Uov. H. Gordon Hyde of Bedford, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON (COT) 12:00—Channel 6 Channel 8 12:15—Channel 6 Channel 8 12:30—Channel 5 Channel 8 1:00—Channel's 1:'JO— Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 2:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel !t Z.-OT—Channel 8 3:00—Channel 6 Channel 8 3:15—Channel 8 3:30—Channel 4 Channel 8 3:45—Channel fl 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 Markets News-Weather Farm News Farm-Home Club 60 World Turns Miss Brooks IV Tenn. Ernie Uouae Party Festival Matinee Payoll Crosby Queen for Day Brighter Day Secret Storm Mo via Time Edge ot Night Romances Movie Time Chapel Door Life ot Christ Stu Erwin Cartoons Churchman Mickey Mouse Early Show Chuckwagon Movies former First Baptist minister here, Late Show | W in officiate and burial will be Weather j n the Rochester fOOF cemetery. Tonight __, Weekend Auto Crashes Are Reported To Police Two weekend auto accidents were reported to city police late] Monday. Donald Linden, 18, of 718 Bringhurst street, sideswiped a parked auto owned by Maudie Umburger, 1400 East Market street, as he turned left from Market onto Fourteenth street at 5:15 p.m. Sunday, accordin gto one of the reports. A car operated by Lyle E. Daughterty, IB, of 512 Fitch street, struck lite roar of an auto driven by Raymond Siwshcr, 24, 2711) Emmett Drive, as both were headed cast on Market and Swisher slowed to turn onto Twenly-lfourth street at 12:20 p.m. Saturday, It was also reported. Perry Goslee Expires, Last Rites Wednesday MON'NTICEIXO, Ind.—Rites for Perry Goslee, 811, who died at his home here Sunday morning, will be held at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Miller chapel, the Rev. D. Lester Miles in charge, and burial will be in the Yeoman cemetery. A retired farmer of the Yeoman community, he came to Monticello in 1922. Born Dec. SI, 1BGH, in Carroll county, to Asbery aad Eliza' (Coble) Goslee, lie was married first to Laura Johns and later to Ruth Akers. He was married in 1922 to Delia Singer, who died March 13, 1047. Surviving are nieces and noph ews. Friends may call at the MiUcr funeral home after 3 p.m. Tuesday. Former Peru Woman Expires At Anderson PERU, Ind.—Mrs. Kale O'Brien, 94, widow of Michael O'Brien, died late Sunday at St. John's hospital, Anderson. She moved from Peru to Anderson 17 years ago. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Carl Weis and Mrs. Lucille CriMiier of Anderson, and Miss Ellen. O'Brien, San Franeisco, Calif. ' • Fir.al rites will be held at 9 a.m. Tuesday at St. Mary's Catholic church, Anderson, and ihe body will be brought here for burial in the Catholic about 11 a.m. cemetery 1956, and separated July 4, 1957. There are no children and he asks 'or an absolute divorce. Mrs, Belly L. Shidler of Wina- Tiac has, filed suit for divorce from ;dward L. Shidler. Her complaint stales they were married in 1952 and separated in August, 1958. She asks custody of and support for heir three children, Robert Eu- ;ene, four years old, Gerald Dean, wo, and Mark Dewayne, three months old. Mrs. Don Heinliold returned to icr home the last of the week after a visit at Auniston, Ala. Her par-1 CUKTJS COSMA DIES MONTICELLO, Ind.—Rites for Curtis E. Cosma, 61, who died Sunday at his home six miles south east of Brookston in the Badger Grove community, will be held at 3 p.m. Tuesday at the Soller- Baker mortuary, Lafayette. Read the Classified Ads The InstantTaste *B gone! Jgfllnstant Folgers Coffee HARRY WEBER DIES IWONTrCELLO, Ind.—Harry Web' er, route 1, Star City, died Sunday Bailey Child Expires At Hospital In Peru PERU, Ind.—James W. Bailey Jr., i.')jvveek-old son of James and Rita (Roehe) Bailey. Si', of route 4, Peru, died at 10 a.m. Monday at Dukes hospital. Born March 30, 1950, in South Bend^lhc child had been ill sinoe birth. Surviving with the parents are a sister, Janet Lynn. at the While county Memorial has- 1 'i'he body was removed to the pital. The body was removed to Eikcnbcrry funeral home and the Miller funeral home and later later 'taken tq the Hickey inortu- talicn to -the Conklo mortuary, Indianapolis. ary, South Bend, for rites and burial there. Public Notice COMING «« Of ™ BBS _«n Ul&RDS A"* lr * - S-p-E-C-l-A-L-S WED. MORNING SPECIAL PURCHASE PLISSE SUN DRESSES BROKEN "MISSES" SIZES • Floral Prints • Carton Challis • Light Plaids • Polka Dots • Paisley Prints. WBDNESDAY ONIY Values up to 53.88 139 MIRACLE FABRIC BLENDS 44" WIDE...RIG. 88cyd. • Dacronx • Nylons • Silk Rayon • Silk ond Cotton WEDNESDAY ONLY Yard Wright and son, Raymond Linn, and Mona Sue and Chuckle Roberts of Gary were weekend visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ryan. The Roberts children remained for a week with their great-grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. John Dilts and children entertained at a steak fry Friday evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Allen Dilts and children of Westfield, N. J.,- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Canada and children of Galesburg, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Mose Dilts and children of Gary, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dilts, Mr. and Mrs. James Dilts and children, Mr. and Mrs. David Barr and children. Mrs. Kenneth Thompson and daughters, Mr. Wallace Barr, Mrs. Florence Leeson and Mrs. Ora Dilts. Chauncey Felker, of Waukegan, 111., came Saturday to the home of in's parents and on Sunday went to Lapel, where he will be the guest of Phil Aldred and Joe Sylvester while taking the Indiana Slate Board, Pharmacy examination on Monday and Tuesday »t Indianapolis. The Presbyterian church picnic was held Sunday at the Tippecanoe River State park. Sunday school and churcli services were conducted at the park and a picnic dinner followed. M AKIN It OP THI 4th PROVISIONAL ATOMIC BRIOADI race from their helicopters that ferried them to advanced positions after the blast (top) of tha largest atomic bomb ever touched oft In tho United States at Yucca Flat, Nevada. The Marines were in trenches 5,700 yards from ground zero when the "big apple" let go. The eggbeaters then carried them to their objective under the big mushroom, (International) Wina mac A son was born Monday, July 8 :o Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sellers, fit. l, Monterey at Starkc Memorial rospitnl, Knox. Mr. Edward C. Garling of Beaver :ownship was admitted to St. Jo- sepl ^.'hospital, Logansport, on Monday for treatment. V'illiam Harold Barkalow of Me- daiyvJIle has filed suit for divorce Tom Lillian Barknlow. He states cuts, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sprayberry, and her sister and brother- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William Minish, all of Anniston, accompanied her for a visit. Guests Friday in the home of Mrs. Johanna Hartwick were Mrs. Emil Weiner of Lacrosse and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Compton of Laporle. They also called at the Neil Fan- kow home. Mr. Pankow is critically ill. Mr. E. M. Miller of Oxford, Kan- Rochester, spent Friday and Saturday witii her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lon McKinley. Mr. and Mrs. Linn Vanaman and WATER NO CHASER SAN DIEGO, Calif. <UP)-Th« slate Alcoholic Beverage Control Department ruled that liquor could be sold throughout the day here despite an election on a 35- million-dolla'i- bond issue for an aqueduct. Tile board agreed that a water district vote didn't constitute a political election. CUT-UP CUT UP CHICAGO (UP)—A policeman's cat that defied an anti-litter ordinance and (jot away with it has done it for Ihe last lime. Sgl. Thomas Malicr told a veterinarian to perform a sterility operation on his cat, Mhmie, which has just son, Harold, Mr. and Mrs. Raylproduccd lier 32th litter. , I .. - i . , . , , 1Y1I . 12J. m, .Yllll^l UL WA1U1U, J\UII- •hat they were married in May, sas c the , ast of (h wc ' fik t QfiH nnH cAr»ni"«ffirl Tiilif A KIKT , , ' spend two weeks in the home of his son-in-law and daughter Mr. j and Mrs. Ralph Galbreath. Mrs. Peter White and children, Billy, Mike, Jana, and Pamela, of Stops Heart Gas 3 Times Faster An KimulnR imu bl»k UUUt tfnUiiilno 1h» Initcit'HoUni mtilltln* known, li Uklne thn tunntry by ttorm. Tlili fimoiii aell-hni Inblot for aofil hiiHQtitloii, ini, hetu-lbum, mil itiur ilontnch conlnlni no hurmlul drU|t, luiKllvn, aililrli) «r Iraniiiillliftri. 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