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fwo Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune DAILY RADIO PROGRAMS (All Listings Central Dayllsat Tims) WMAQ WBBM (780) WLS MONDAY EVENING WSAL (1230) 6:00 Dreler Josh Brady News Mews «:16 Bus. New* News Markets Sports 6:30 Newa Sports News Heatter <:45 Man's Fam. Anderson News-SportB Hennessey T:00 News Anderson Heatter Lewis 7:15 Symphony Anderson Lewis Serenade 7:30 Symphony Suspense . Firestone Mystery 7:45 Symphony Suspense Firestone Mystery 8:00 Telephone HrNews News Bob & Ray 8:15 Telephone HrTBA Music Hall Bob.Ray 8:30 TEA Music Hall Mantovanl Bob.Ray S:45 TEA Music Hall Ma/itovanl Serenade >:CO News i:15 Chan i:30 Chan i:45 Chan Newa Bcllairs-Cleary ~ - Lewis Lewis R Q. I'.. Q. News Imagination Rest Haven Rest Haven News Nlte Watch Nlte Watcl Nlte Watch 10:00 News Weltzel 10:15 Night De«lc Mercler 10:30 Night Desk Weltzel 10:45 Sports Weltzel iludy Rhythm Rudy Rhythm News Music News Nito Watch Nlto Watch Nlte Watch TUESDAY MORNING 8:00 Drier News 8:15 Chicago Call. 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In HsStrlke Rich 1:45 Dr. Gentry Knter:alnmcnt Nows-Marketa Piay Ball Schooltlmo Play Ball Queon-Day Baseball Quoen-Doy Baseball 2:00 News 2:15 Matlnes 2:20 Hilltop 2:4!) Pep Youne Houso Party I-IOUBO Party Dr. Malono. Lucky Ladles News Jack Paar Muslo MUHlo Baseball Baseball Baseball Baseball 3:00 News Jim Conway News 3:16 Bill Goodwin View News Mu»lo Hall 3:30 BUI Goodwin Go!d Coast Capt. Stubby 3:45 Bill Goodwin Take Broafc C--~. mutiny Baseball Baseball Baseball Scoreboard 4:00 News 4:15 Mills. 1:30 Sp 4:45 " Sports Howard Paul Gibson Paul Gibson Paul Gibson Josh Brady News Polka Tlmo News Polka Party 0£t Eocord News Teen Tunen Teen Tunes 5:00 News Magazine Bob & Ray 5:15 Howard Harrington. News nob & Ray 6:30 Howard Sports Bob & Ray 5:46 News Lowell Thomas News Tune Time Want Ads Pub. Service "Wonders Auto Accessory Thefts I Are Reported To Police Two thefts of auto accessories in the same block on High street were reported to city police Sunday. Mrs. Floyd Persingcr, 807 High street, told officers two outside reafl-view mirrors were taken from their 1957 model car, parked in front of their home, the previous night. Later Sunday Charles Schaofcr, 802 High, reported two hubcaps and two fenderskirts stolen from his 1956 model car, parked on Eighth street beside, his home, the night before. Jerry Dingle-dine, 1825 George street, reported to city police Sunday night that all four hubcaps had been stolen from his 1051 model car between 7 and 8:30 o'cloc kthat evening while the car was parked in the parking lot behind the State theatre. Car Hits Highway Sign At West Edge Of Peru PERU, Ind. — A car driven by Henry Axline, 20, Bunker Hill airman,' was extensively damaged and a highway directional sign was torn down by the auto at a, m. Saturday at the junction of U. S. highways 24 and 31. Axline was headed west at the west edge of the city when he lost control of the car, which went over a curb, traveled 120 feet, tore down the sign and hit a pole and support for a city flasher light. Damages_ were estimated at $500 to the vehicle and $300 to the city and state property. TV Programs MONDAY EVENING 6:00—Channel 4 Rascals Weather . News News News Nat Cole Channel 6 Channel 8 6:15—Channel 6 Channel 8 6:30—Channel 6 Channel 8' 6:45—Channel'4 Channel 6 7:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel S 7:30—Channel 4 Channel 8 8:00—Channel "4 Channel 6 Channel 8 8:30—Channel 4 Channel 8 Channel 8 9:00—Channel 8 9:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 10:00—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 Robin Hood News • ' . . News Lone Ranger Showcase Burns-Allen Firestone 'Talent Scout Press Conf. Showcase Lucy . Welk Montgomery Dec. Bride Studio 1 Wire Service Annapolis Capt. Grief News Playhouse News Movies Late Show Weather Tonight TUESDAY AI'TEKNOON CDT 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 4:45—Channel 4' 5:00—Channel 4 Channel 8 5:15—Channel 6 5:30—Channel B KHAN'S SON TO MARIIY GENEVA, Switzerland (UP)— The younger son of the Afja Khan, Sadruddin, will b e married in a Geneva suburb July 15 to former British model Nina Dyer. Break-In At Eastend Home Is Investigated City police Sunday investigated a bruak-in at the Elmer Getreu home, 800 Twentieth street, where entry had been gained by breaking a glass in a cioor and reaching in to unlock it. Getreu reported the break-in Sunday afternoon and said the family had been gone since Friday. Police said nothing appeared to have been disturbed. 4 Sight Markets News-Weather News Farm-Home RFD 4' Club 60 World Turns 4 Sight Miss Brooks Beulah Tenn. Ernie House Party Film Theater Payoff Crosby Queen Bright Day Secret Storm Movietime Edge ot Night Romances Movia Time Chapel Door Life ol Christ Slu Erwin What New? Mickey Mouse Early Show Cartoon Superman Arrest Driver On 2 Charges After Wreck John E. Shell, 46, of 226 Unger street, was arrested on two charges following a collision at Cliff Drive and Cicott street at 6:10 p. m. Sunday. Shell was charged with failure to yield -the right-of-way as a result of' the accident, and was also slated' for speeding by officers who thought he was leaving the scene of the accident and gave 'chase; clocking him at 45 miles an hour in a 30-mile-an- hour zone. He was driving east on Cliff Drive and pulled out into Cicott, hitting a northbound car driven by Miss Irma Tetzlof£,-24, a state hospital nurse, according to the police report. Shell stopped to identify himself ar.d started to leave.. Officers pulled up and Miss Tetzloff pointed to his departing half-ton truck and said, "There he goes." Thinking he was leaving the scene without giving his name, they chased and caught him, after clocking him. Cars driven by Stephen Chandler, 27, Miami, Fla., and Robert' Kochel, 27, route 1, Star City, were damaged In a colliison at Cicott and West Market streets at 8:50 a. m. Sunday. Police said both were headed east on Market when Kocliel started to turn right onto Cicott, not seeing the Chandler car pull, up alongside, and the Chandler car was pushed into a traffic light pole at the corner. Morton Thurston, 812 West Wabash avenue, reported to police Saturday that his car, parked at his home, was. struck and damaged the previous night. County Traffic Crashes Cause Heavy Damage One Driver Slated For Driving While Under The Influence,. Fined In J.P. Court Thomas Hawkes, 20, of 2308 Spear street, a Bunker Hill air-, man, escaped serious injury in a one-car wreck at 7:30 p. m. Saturday six miles east of here on U. S. 24, and he was later fined in. the justice court here for driving while under the influence. Hawkes, who was treated at St. Joseph's hospital for a cut over one eye, was fined $15 and costs on the charge and had his right to drive suspended for a year. He was driving west when he lost control of the car just west oE the W^bash overhead. The vehicle went across the road, upset and slid on its top until it struck a road sign, which caused it to roll back onto its wheels, stopping beside the road. State Trooper Richard Keyes and John Gaylor investigated with Baton Contest Is Conducted KEWANNA, .Ind. — Six girls from this area won awards in th'e National .Baton Twirling contest held at the school here Saturday, with 'more than 300 baton twirlers from seven midwestern states taking part. Connie Lee Leave!!, 13, Lucerne, took three firsts 'and one second place in her age division, while Truttie Schidaker, 11, Kewantra, earned a third. .-• « Area girls placing high .in the beginner categories were Lou Ann Hubenthal of Twelve Mile, .a first; Patty Pi'ckens, Lucerne,, a fifth; Diana Cover, Twelve Mile, a sixth; and Jane Ann Conrad, Logansport, fifth in both beginner and advanced competition. Diana Crouse, 1331 East Broadway, a pupil of Jane Ann, won a third place medal in the 7 and 8 year old beginner group. Diana has had only a few months of twirling lessons. Ango Croomler,. 13, was grand champion in 'the girls division, while Mike Fellabaum, also 13, took the boys grand championship. ' Monday Evening, June 10, 1957. Deputy Sheriff Roy King. An estimated $1,000 damage was done to a 1957 model car driven by Jack Miller, 34, Indianapolis, in a one-car mishap at 12:30 p. m. Saturday two miles south and a half mile west of Clymers. Miller told Deputy Sheriff Roy King he was attending to two boys in the back seat of the car and let the auto get off oh the right side. The vehicle went into a ditch, hit a concrete abut- Cottage Burglarized Northwest Of Delphi DELPHI, Ind. — Loot estimated at between $250 and $400 was taken from the Richard Cox cottage at Horseshoe Bend on the Tlippecamoe River northwest of here in a break-in which is being investigated by Deputy Sheriff John Miller. Electrical appliances including a clock, loastur and iron were taken from the cottage, while a canoe, fishing tackle and other equipment was taken from a tool shed in the burglary Tuesday or Wednesday. Entry to both the house and shed was gained by breaking windows. Slugging Of Peru Man Investigated By Police PERU, Ind. — Police are investigating the alleged slugging of Charles Binfaman, 5)1, 32 West Seventh street, on South Broadway early Saturday. Bingaman, who was reported in satisfactory condition at Dukes hospital, was Found lying on the sidewalk by Harold Tillett, merchant policeman, and a witness said he was struck on the head by a man who jumped from a REPORT VANDALISM Orval Brown of Macy, sales manager at Haven's motors, Twenty-fifth and . East Market Deputy Slates Driver After Crash At Delphi DELPHI, Ind. — William B. James of West Delphi was charged with failure to yield the right- of-way and driving while his license was suspended, following a wreck at 9:30 a. m. Saturday on U. S. 421 in West Delphi, near the Stuntz Stone Quarry. Deputy Sheriff John Miller said James drive across 421 in front of a car driven by Mrs. Clarence Watson of Flora, causing the collision. Mrs. Watson, who was accompanied by her daughter, Sally, ment in the driveway of the Eth-1 and Becky Smith, daughter of el Oldes farm and came to a| Laurel Sm j tn ot F i ora , suffered for a carefree summer stop in the yard, causing $25 damage to flowers and shrubbery. George Lesher, 71, route 1, Royal Center, Saturday -afternoon reported that his car had been damaged in a collision with one driven by Albert Yount, Wina- ma-c, north of Royal Center on U. S. 35. Lesher ' said he was headed south and started to turn left, when Yount tried to pass, Damage was estimated by Lesher at $50 apiece to the cars. , A 1941) model car driven by Jamos F. Stackhousc, IB. route ?,, Monticello, . a total loss and bruises and scratches in the accident. Damage was estimated at $400 to the Watson car and $200 to the James auto. Five Speeders Fined In Local J. P. Court Five drivers were fined $1 and costs apiece on speeding charges in the locul justice of the peace court late Saturday. Fined were Torrance M. Cronin, 19, 2301 High street, arrested Friday by Slate Trooper John Gaylor; Paul Quillen, 33, 500 West driven by John M. Luzaddcr, ID, . streets, reported to police Sunday route 6, city, in a crush late Fri- that the windshields oC four cars 1 day night a mile east of Lake parked at the Haven's firm had boon damaged by BB gun pellets. DRIVER ARRESTED Ernest D. McTigue, 30, of Delphi, -was arrested at 8:55 p. m. Saturday on Weal Market street by city police for reckless driving. He posted forfeit bond of .$24.75 to cover a fine of $10 and costs. Cicott on U. S. 24. Stackhouse said his car stalled on the.highway and a short time later Luzaddar's car struck it from behind, shoving it about 200 feet down the road. Stale Trooper John Gaylor and Deputy Sheriff Lionel Davis investigated. The rear wheels of a gravel truck driven by Huddell Hatton, route 0, bent beneath the truck by State Trooper Larry Wagenknecht; Wiillis. Koskling, 21, route 2, Royal Center, arrested June 2 by State Trooper, Richard Keyes; Clarence I. Meeker, ,TJ, route 1, Burnettsville, arrested June • 3 by Gaylor; and Lylye Webb, 49, Bushnell, II'.., also arrested by Gaylor. at 2:35 p. m. Saturday as Hotton made a sharp turn off stole road 17 at the Forgey crossing, making it necessary to tow the truck away. 409-415 B. BROADWAY DIAL 4166 Koolfoam Pillows $4.99-$11.99 ea. Feather Pil'lows •$13.95419.95 pr. From the wedding itself to the honeymoon, the bride will be a vision of loveliness in apparel and accessories from the Golden Rule. Here she may choose the "something new" and the "something blue" . . . the lingerie, hosiery, dresses, suits and sportswear for the wedding trip, too. She would also like tn have our gifts for her home to make her new tasks easier and her home lovelier. 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