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Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, July 11, 1957
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Thursday Evening, July 11, 1957. WMAQ DAILY RADIO PROGRAMS (All Lutings cent ral DayllKht Tlm«) WBBM (780 , WIS WSAl (1230 THURSDAY EVENING 1:00 Altz Drl.r J:l» Bu'ne»» N« J:IO N«wn «:45 I M«.n'» ym Spoi~j R«TI . Josh Brtdy Morgan. . Weatlitr News- News 7:00 N«wn 7:15 Hope 7:30 Nlghtlln. 7:« NlRhtline Anderion Anderson T-AUn T-Men New. Sport. Heatter Hennessey News Variety Music News Variety >:00 New* 1:16 UN »:IO W.stwara »:45 Westward News Serenade Mystery Mystery World Sports Music Hall Fun Time Fun Time News Mantovani Bob & Ray Bob & Ray Bob & Ra.-v Big Bands >:•« New* »:15 Chan »:30 Chan 9:45 Chan 1*:<0 News 1«:U NlKht Desk 10:30 Night Desk 10:46 Sports News Anderson R. Q. Lewis R. Q. Lewis News . • Imagination Haven ot Rest Haven of Rest News Nlghtwatch NlKhtwatch 3-Star Final News Mercter Town Crier Weltzel Khythym Rhythym Scotland Scotland Nlghtwatch NlKhtwatch Niehtwatch Night-watch FK1DAX MORNING ! :00 :U 1:10 »:46 Dreler. New. 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Wolk Welle News Play Ball Play Ball Baseball Baseball Baseball Hascbali Baseball liaseball Baseball Baseball Baseball Scoreboard Oft jRecord Ott Record Teen Tunea Teen Tunea Tune Tim* Want A<!B Eunlcer Hill Wonders TV Programs THURSDAY 8:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 6:15—Channel 6 Channel S 6:30—Channel 6 Channel 8 6:*J—Cha.nnel 4 Channel 6 7:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 7:30—Channel 6 Channel 8 8:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 8:30—Channel 4 - Channel 6 Channel 8 9:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 9:30—Channel 4 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 EVENING Rascals •Weather, Maws News News Dinah Shore Sgt. Preston News News Circus Time Wash. 5q. Bob Cummings - Wash. Sq. Climax Dan Thomas People's Choice Bold Journey Tenn. Ernie Playhouse 90 Playhouse Lux Video Annapolis Town Mayor State Trooper County Show News Playhouse Mows Movies Late Show 'Weather Tonight FRIDAY AFTERNOON 12:00—Channel 6 Channel 8 18:15—Channel 6 Channel 8 12:30—Channel 6 Channel 8 1:00—Channel 8 1:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 l;00~Cnanne] 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 1: 30—Channel 8 3:00—Channel 6 Channel 8 3:15—Channel 8 3:30~Channel 4 Channel 8 8:45—Channel 6 4:00—Channel 6 3:45—Channel 6 , Channel 8 4:15—Channel 8 4:30—Channel 8 Channel 4 •IMS-Channel 4 5:00—Channel 4 Channel. 8 1:15—Channel 6 Markets News-Weather Farm News Farm-Home Club 60 World TUrns Hiss Brooks IU Tenn: Ernie House Party Festival Theater Payoff Crosby Qujen Brighter Day Peru Attorney Dies At Home PERU, 'Ind. — Attorney Russell R. Rhodfs, 60, died suddenly at 6:'15 p.m. Wednesday at his home, 69 E-<st Main street, from a heart atlack. A past stat« commander of the American Legion and past pre'sl dent of the -Rotary club here, he was attorney for the city school board and a member of the Legion, Miami county Bar Association, Elks and Masonic lodge. He served in both World Wars as a naval commander, his last assignment being at the Alameda, Calif., Air Base. • He attended Indiana University law school. The deceased was born June 16, 18$7, to David E. and Edith (Rooney) Rhodes. Survivors are his wife, Katryna; hiii mother, of here; a son, Van Mater Rhodes, a student at Indiana U.; a daughter, Mrs. Francis Cauley,- Ft. Wayne; four grandchildren; and a brother,. Theodore, of Indianapolis. The body was removed to the Allen funeral home. SET SHARP SERVICES FLORA, Ind.—Final rites lor Nelson B. Sharp, 82, retired Carroll county farmer, will be held at 2:30 p.m. Friday at the Flora Baptist church with the Rev;~ L. Stafford and the -Rev. L. M. Kitzmiller in charge. Burial will be in Maple Lawn cemetery. The body is at the Carter funeral home and will He in state at the church for one hour before the rites. t Storm Movie Kdge Of Night Romances . ' Movie Romances Chapel Door Lifo of Christ Stu Erwln Cartoons Churchman Mickey Mouse Early Shpw Chuckwagon Read the Classified Ads Forecast Drop ln1957Corn, Wheat Crops First Production Estimate Of Year Predicts Smaller Yields Than Last Year WASHINGTON (UP) — The Agriculture Department Wednesday forecast a 1967 corn crop of 3,011,912,000 bushels and'a wheat crop of 940,093,000 bushels. The first production- estimate of the year on the. 1957 corn crop compares with last year's output of- 3,451,292,000 bushels and 9 fr55 average production of 3,120,484,000 bushels,' of the key livestock feed grain. ' , .The wheat forecast was made up of 715,124,000 bushels of winter wheat and..224,969,000 bushels of spring wheat. The ..wheat, estimate compared with prospects last month of a 970,533,000 bushel all-wheat crop, made up of 735,720:000 bushels of winter and 234,813,000 bushels of spring wheat. The estimate for the spring wheat crop was based largely on 'prospectivp planted acreage reported in March. Last year the all-wheat" crop totaled 997,207,000 bushels. The 10-year average production was 1,131,000,000 bushels. This year the wheat crop again was limited to production on 55 million acres, , The crop reporting board estimated 72,289,000, acres of corn will be harvested this year, compared with 75,950,000 acres in 1956. It estimated yields this year averaging 41.7 bushels an acre, corn- pared with the 1956 yield of 45,4 bushels. .The board estimated • 43,lfrl,600 acres of wheat will be harvested in 1957, compared with 49,ai7,,000 acres in 1956. It is estimated yields' .would average 21.8 bushels an acre compared with 20 "bushels last'year. The. board predicted soybean acreage for 1957 will total 22,551,000 acres, compared with 21,970,000 harvested in 1956. Plane Crash Fatal To Six White County Fair Program Is Announced MONTICELLO, Ind, — The schedule for the White county 4 r H club free fair 'Tuesday through Friday', Aug. 6 to 9, at Reynolds has been announced. . Livestock,, electric and home economics exhibits are scheduled to arrive Tuesday and a tractor driving contest will be held 'at 8 p.m. that day. Wednesday features will be. garden judging at 8 a.m., swine judging at 9 a.m.', and entertainment by WLS radio stars at'7:30 and 10 p.m. • Sheep judging will begin at 8:30 a.m. Thursday, with the adult flower show following at 11 a.m., beef judging at I p.m. and a professional show at 7:30 p.m. The Farm Bureau amateur contest will be held also and girls' 4-H awards will be made. Friday, the final day, will feature^dairy judging at 9 a.m., the calf and barrow sale at 7 p.m., boys' 4-H awards, and fireworks and the WLS show that night. Bunker Hill Driver Hurt PERU, Ind. — Ned Gerber, 61, Bunker Hill, suffered lacerations about his. head, and wrist and '6g oruises at 8:20 a.m. Wednesday when his car collided with a truck driven by Ira Maudlin, 42, route 5, Logansport, at the intersection of Ind. 16 and U. S. 31 nine miles north of'here. Gerber was taken to Dukes hospital in the McCain ambulance. Maudlin, who escaped injury, was charged by State Trooper Ward Gillan with failure to shield the right-o-way and slated to appear in justice court at- Mexico. Gillan said Maudlin, headed east on-16, failed to stop for 31 and pulled out directly in front of the no'rth bound Gerber car, which hit the truck and overturned, throwing Gerber' out. The car was a total loss and damage to the truck, owned by the American Linen Supply Co., Logansport, was estimated at $130. Hoffd Trial Is Delayed ANCHORAGE, Alaska (UP)—A chartered twin - engined plane WASKKNGTON crashed and burned on take-olf at; bribery-conspiracy - The of Team- King Salmon, Alaska, 300 miles southwest of here Wednesday, killing all six persons aboard. The victims "were identified by the Civil Aeronautics Administration as Charles Vose of the Virgin Islands, owner of the' plane; EVDWARD Coligny, Bay Port, N.Y the pilot; Ralph Huthes, Brooklyn, N.Y., the co - pilot; Polly Evans, Brooklyn; and Mrs. Harold B. Friele and Mrs. Hawldn B. Fricle, bo* of Seattle, Wash. The plane was chartered to the Nakeen Cannery at Naknek, Alaska, the C.A.A. said. DOG POUND EXPRESS DETROIT (UP) - Police said today they have, not yet heard from the owner of an unwanted passenger who took a long free ride on a suburban Detroit bus Wednesday. The passenger, a dog about two-years old, boarded the bus when it made a scheduled stop in the downtown area. It snoozed comfortably in the crowded aisle until the driver summoned police who took the hitchhiker to the dog pound. 5'crs Union Vice President James R. Hoffa ran into a delay, possibly & long one, Wednesday after one of the defense attorney? was ho«. pitalized with 'a heart ailment. Daniel Maher, defense attorney tor Hyman I. Kischbacn, Hoffa's eo^defendant, collapsed )sst night ^nd was taken to the hospital. Fischbach told the court- lie had no other attorney wno could pro- ce-ed with the case. As a result, the court was loft, with several courses of action, any of which would considerably delay the already-prolonged trial. Federal Judge Burnila S. Matthews, after recessing Ihe trial three times during Uhe day, gave Fischbach until 9 a.m. c.d.t. Thursday to decide whetner he wanted to request a mistrial or ask thai •it be further delayed. Must Establish Guilt 01 Pair, Officials Says Man, Wife Must Be Proven,Criminals; Espionage Often Not Criminal Affair • 'PARIS CUP)—A high officialof the French Interior Ministry said Wednesday that the United States must prove : that an accused American husband and wife spy team are criminals, before France will extradite them to face charges of espionage for Russia. ' The statement raised doubt chat the U.S. .ever will be Jble. to try Russijjri-'bprn George Zlatovski, 47, and his 45-year-old, American- born wife, Jane. Espionage often is considered here as a'political affair rathe* than criminal. .France "will not extradite persons charged with political crimes. ' The. United States jrtually would- have to try its case against the Zlatovskis .in a French court before it could bring them home for trial. Reliable sources said the French government lias Burned down several unofficial American requests to extradite, the couple on grounds i e "osTs'' Death Claims Peru Resident PERU, Ind. — Frank G. Jameson, 65, of 62 East Eighth' street, a life-long Peru resident, died at 12:25 p.m. Wednesday at Farmer's nursing home, Kokomo, following an illness of three years. Formerly- employed at the Ford garage, he was a veteran of World War I, a member of the-American Legion, and attended St. Charles' Catholic church. Born at Bunker Hill on April 12, 1892, he was 'the son of Alexander and Elizabeth- (Lees)' Jameson'. Survivors are .a brother,.Russell of here; and two sisters, Mrs. Oscar Richardson of here and Mrs, Ray Grunder, Bunker Hill. Two brothers .and a sister are deceased. Friends may .call after 1- p.m. Friday at the Drake-Flowers chapel, where last rites will be held at.2 p.m. Saturday. Burial will be in the Salem cemetery. Give Robber Prison Term SEYMOUR, Ind: (UP) - Curtis Cheekiest 26, 'a Chicago cab driver', who- admitted robbing a Crothersville grocery of $2,000, Wednesday was sentenced to 1- to-io' years in the Indiana State Reformatory and fined $25 and • • a formal request is The United States has' .not presented a formal request. .However, in' the United States, Assistant Atty. Gen. William F. Toropkins, who is in. charge of'the Internal Security Division' of the Justice Department, 'indicated..he planned fa> go to Paris next week to take up the question, of extra-, i j . • . •* i -r \ dition. Motorist And Trucker Checkles. wife, Mayme, 26," who was with him during the holdup Tuesday, also was fined $25 and costs and given a suspended 1- to-lO-year term. Judge ^ John M. -Lewis imposed the, penalties in Jackson Circuit Court. . dition. - "Whether these defendants stand trial- depends on what action tha French" government takes," Tompkins said, "I expect to discuss the Matter personally with French officials in -Paris next weekf"', 1 He did not indicate when he would leave. "We have studied the case ot the Zlatovskis carefully' and .we have found nothing against, them in this country," the Interior Ministry official said. "The Zlatovskis came* to this .country with* regular American passports. They have been granted a French identity card for foreigners and they are in a perfectly legal- situation. . "As far as we ace concerned, we will take no step to change the status of the Zlatovskis until the U.S. government gives us evidence that they are criminals and not only wanted for political reasons. "If and when the American government sends us a formal request for extradition, then the Cha-mbre des Mises en Accusation will convene and study the case." The Chambrc des Mises en Accusation is the legal body which would hear American evidence and decide whether the Zlatovskis are guilty of a criminal offense. Read the Classified Ads Fined In J. P. Court A motorist and a truck driver were fined in justice of the peace court here Wednesday evening, the trucker on two charges. James Harkrider, 27, route 7, Cra»'fordsville, • was fined $1 and .costs on each charge, exceeding the truck speed limit and improper passing. He was charged with improper passing by Dick Keyes, state Irooper who was off duty when he saw Harkrider pass another truck on a hill. Kcyes did not stop him but went on home, where State Trooper John Gaylor was waiting for him. lie told Gaylor of the offense and Gaylor started after him. When the trooper caught up with Harkrider, north on U.S. 35, the trucker was traveling 55 miles an hour, 10 miles over the truck limit, so Gaylor filed the second .'charge against him. . John H. Smith, 31, Indianapolis, arrested fpr .exceeding the 30- mile-an-hour speed limit in Walton by Town Marshal Harold Slushcr, was also fined $1 and costs. HEADS MILITARY DISTRICT INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Brig. Gen. Thcodoa-e Scott Riggs became commander of Uie Indiana Military District Tuesday, succeeding Col. Harold E. Liebe, commander since 1955. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Nine Rochester Man Named New Deputy By Steers INDIANAPOLIS (UP) - Atty. Gen. Edwin Steers Wednesday appointed two new deputies and rehired a third,' t J.' Van Brown, Rochester, and Daniel L. Bock, Kokomo, were named deputy attorneys general. Brown attended Wabash College and' is a former Fulton County prosecutor and Rochester city attorney. Bock is an Indiana University law school graduate and former Howard County prosecutor. Steers .also said Richard M. Givan of Camby who resigned in January as a deputy in the criminal division to enter private law practice, will return to his old job. Converse Woman Dies At Home Of Daughter PERU, Ind.—Rites for Mrs. Betty Hudlow, 60,- Converse, who died Tuesday at the home of-her daughter,. Mrs. Robert Jackson, Muncie, will,be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Zook and Larrison mortuary, ;hc Rev. R. S. Grufe in charge. Burial will eb in the Converse cemetery. ' ' A member of the Converse Methodist church, she has resided in Converse for four years. Survivors are her husband, Asa Hudlow; two daughters, Mrs. Lona Davis of Kentucky and Mrs. Jackson; three sons, Nathan Coffman of Indianapolis, Billy CofEman of Mun. cie, and Richard Coffman;, two step-sons, Kenneth Hudlow of Con. verse and Leno Hudlow o! Marion; a sister, Mrs. Clarence Alford, Lexington, Ky.; two brothers, Henry Louise of Lexington and Ollie of Mount Sterling, Ky.; six grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Mattress, Clothing Destroyed By Blaze A mattress, a sheet and some clothing was destroyed by fire at the apartment of Gee'Won, 308Vi East Market street, over the China, Lane restaurant,- at 7:20 p.m. Wednesday. Firemen threw the burning mattress out the. .window and extinguished the 'flames on the sidewalk below. Cause of the fire was not known. The firemen also extinguished a trash fire along the Wabash River, north of the corner of Cliff Drive and Beall street, at 5:38 p.m. Wednesday, and gave first aid to a nine-year-old girl, Alice Marie Cheeseman, who cut her right hand on some glass while playing along the river just north of the central fire station. OLD CAR PARADE SANTA CLAUS, Ind. (UP)— About 30 antique and classic autos will take part in the second annual Santa Claus Old-Time Auto Show and parade here Sunday. The event'is sponsored by thn Evansville Olde Time Auto Club.- don't fry... EP COOL MODCI nor AIR CONDITIONER TtwttM 6-E TMnliM Mp wttti nt untlfMlj rrtrtwn In- Mi or out lit OM horMpow (1100 ITU/Hr.) afrit). (Ml, Mtori, MmUM*, ctaM*. AutMife itamotM. PRICED FROM $199.95 HOMER HARVEY DIES MONTICELLO, Ind. — Rites for] Homer P, Harvey, 61, Rensselaer, former Monticello -resident who died Tuesday at the Jasper county hospital, will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday' at the Jackson mortuary, Rensselaer. Break-In Reported At Service Station A break-in at Hobc.and Buck's service station, 591 West Market street, was reported, to city police late Wednesday, with a half-case of soft drinks the enfy loot. . It was doubled that entry to the buildinj; was gained, since the missing soft drinks were wilJiin reach of a windo&v that was broken, but nothros else appeared to iiavc I been disturbed. [ The broken window was in the lubrication room, at the rear 'of the building. A bar across the i small window apparently kept j the thiel outside. 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So this Fri.. Sat., or Sun., stop in, filler up, and help Little League Baseball. Robt.De Cedes, Mgr. Drawing 10 p.m. Sunday 1 «t Prii»—50 gal. of aai. . 2nd prize—Oil change and greate job NOTHING TO BUY TO PARTICIPATE NAME YOUR FAVORITE LITTLE LEAGUER The winning little leaguer receive* • pedigreed Ir'uh Setter Pup.

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