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Eight Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune TV Programs FRIDAY EVENING 6:09—Channel 4 1 Channel 6 V Channel 8 e.-15—Channel 6 Channel 8 Doug Edwards «:30—Channel 6 Channel 8 ' Beat Clock 6:45—Channel 4 Channel 6 7:00—Channel 4 Jim Bowie Channel 6 Channel 8 West Point 7:30—Channel 4 Crossroads Channel 6 Channel 8 Zane Gray 8:00—Channel 4 Playhouse Channel 6 Channel 8 Adam-Eve 8:30—Channel 4 Monte Cristo ^Channel 8 Playhouse Channel 6 Big Story 9:00—Channel 4 - Channel 6 Channel 8 i:30—Channel 4 Channel 8 Persrfn-Person 9:45—Channel 6 Red Barber 10:00—Channel 4 Hiway Patrol Channel 6 0. Henry • Channel 8 10:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 Playhouse Channel 8, 10:45—Channel 4 Channel 8 Late Show 11:00—Channel 6 Weather 11:30—Channel 6 SATURDAY 12:00—Channel 4 Channel G Channel 8 12:30—Channel 4 Channel B Channel 8 12:45—Channel 8 1:00—Channel 8 Channel 6 Channel 4 1:30—Channel 6 2:30—Channel 8 Channel 4 4:00—Channel 6 Channel 4 Channel 8 4:30—Channel 8 Channel 4 Channel 6 4:45—Channel 8 5:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel Ii 5:30—Channel G Channel 8 Channel 4 AFTERNOON Playroom Roy Rogers Lone Ranger Cartoons Fury Schools Dizzy Dean Baseball TBA Baseball Bowling Time Baseball Big Picture TBA 10 Sports 3 Musketeers Comedy Parly Fury Film Rocky Jones Capt. Gallant Museum Wild Bill Cisco Kid Biff Baker s Mis her ews ews rds nel ock ews ews wie die dint ads iley ray use rial Eve isto use -ory ive jrts Up lise son tier trol nry 37 ;ws use »ws ies ow cr ght am ers ger DUS iiry oJs 'an all BA all me all ure BA 10 rls ers rly iry Im les ant urn 3111 <id DAILY RADIO PROGRAMS (All Listing! Cent ral Daylight Time) WMAQ WBBM (7BO WLS WSA1 (1230 FRIDAY EVENING «:00 Al« Drier sell-Alra 1:15 Bus. New« News 8:30 N«w» Sports 6:46 1 Man's Fam Anderson 7:00 Monitor Anderson 7:16 Monitor Anderson 7:30 Monitor Danger T:46 Monitor Danger 1:00 Monitor Mews 8:15 Monitor World - 8:90 Monitor Sports 8:45 Monitor « Music Hall 9:00 Sports Murrow 3:15 Sports Anderson 9:30 Sports Robert Q. 9:45 Mercein Robert Q. 1»:00 New* News 10:15 Night Denk Mercler 10:30 Night Desk Town Crier 10:45 Sports Weltzol New* . News Weather Sporti News Heattw News News News Pulton Lewl« Variety Music Serenade . News . Mystery . Music Mystery News Bob & Ray Music Hall Bob & Ray News Bob & Bay • Mantovanl Bis Bands News News Imagination • Nlerhtwatch Rest Haven Ntghtwatch Rest. Havea Nlghtwatch Kudy Nlffhtwatch Rudy Nlghtwatch Queen's Men -Nlghtwatch Queen's Men Nlghtwatch SATURDAY MORNING 8:00 Norman Rosa John Harrington NOTTS Rise-Shine 8:15 Norman ROB* J"ohn Harr ing-ton Barn £wnc« Pr«i JRlse-ShJno • 8:80 NOWJI Joh.i Harrington News Ads 8:45 Books Joh HarrlngrtOD Barn Danes PreT. Rl*e-Shln« 9:00 New» John Harrington Barn Dane* Prey JRJso-ShJne 9:15 Monitor John Hiarrlngton Bar* T)anc*Fr*T Rise-Shin* 9:30 Chicago Galen DraX* News . Melodies 9:45 Monitor Galen Drake . Rita Ascot Melodies 10:00 Now» Robert Q. 10:16 Monitor Robert Q. 10:30 Weathwr Josh Brady 10:45 Monitor Josh Brad? 11:00 Quality MusIcNow* U:1B Quality MuikGeo. Watson 1.1:30 New* Gunsmolcc 11:45 Monitor Gunamok* SATURDAY 12:00 Nowa Newu 12:16 Farm-Horn* Josh Brady 12:30"Grouoho Paul Gibson 12:45 Groucho Paul Gibson 1:00 NOTVS NewB 1:15 Monitor Mai Bellalra 1:30 Monitor Bellairjs 1:15 Monitor Bellairs 2:00 News Bollalra 2;15 Monitor Bollalra 2:30 Monitor Bcllalrs 2:45 Monitor B«llalrs 3:00 NCWB Bollalra 3:16 Monitor BeUafrs 3:30 Monitor Bcllalru 3:4& Monitor Bollalra 4:00 Noiva Sports 4:16 Monitor Bollalrs 4-;30 Monitor Bcllalrs 4:45 Monitor . Bollixlm C:00 Nowa NOWM E:lfj nnce.s Carmlchael 5:20 Rio Rhythma Mai Bolialr* 5:45 Rio Rhythmu Mai BeJlalr* File Charges Against Pair PERU, Intl. — Charges of dc- troying and defacing gravestones lave been filed in the Miami coun- y circuit court against Nathan Worrell, 21, and Arnold Miller, also 21, both at route 1, Denver. The pair, now being held in the Miami county jail under $500 bond each, were arrested Wednesday New» Tuno Timers Rita Ascot Tuno Timers News Tune Timers ' Blta Ascot Tuno Timers News Proudly Hall Agrl. OSA Proudly Hall News Chance TBA Chanco AFTERNOON News News Market* ' R.FD Roundup Reel Poloy Farm Corner Red Foley Farm Corner Festival "Warm-up festival Warm-up Foster BaHobal) , ITtiHilval \ Ba.iebEj.il Nowfi Baacball ' Festival BuHQball Festival Baseball Fewtlval .Baseball Newn Baaoball Fbatlvat Basalmll NGWB Bn.BClmll Festival Ba.n«bn,Il Nowa Scorow TBA Mol Clur3c Sportn Mol Clurlc Showcase Mol Clark News Nowa-Sports Showcase Ads Nown Musical* Outdoors MuBlcalo "^ Two Autos Damaged In Southside Crash Cars driven by Lloyd Hennlng, 41, of 516 Mi East Market street, and John Schocnradt, 25, of 837 Helm .street, were damaged in a collision, at Cliff -Drive and Burlington avenue at noon Thursday. Kenning was headed 'east on Cliff Drive and started to make; a left turn onto Burlington, failing! to see the northbound Schocnradt! auto starting to turn left from Bur- Final Rites Saturday For Russell R.Rhodes PERU, .tnd. — Funeral rites for .Russell R. Rhodes, CO, Peru attorney who died at his home Wednesday evening following a heart attack, will be held at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the Allen funeral homo. The Uev. Gary Allbritten will officiate and bruial will be in Mount Hope cemetery. Friends may call at thu mortuary after 2 p.m. Friday. KOTICK Oil- AIIMl NO. U, Ml STATK OF JNUIANA ) COUNTY OP CASH )' S Nulled IB humliy ulvuli llml Kulli O'l.'onnw lVtt». nil tllo .'((-(I djiy of July, ISB7, luimiliiliMl Acliiiliiliilrii- ti-U with llln Will AiinniKil i,r llin JOnlnln ur KilwnrU Jl. O'Connor, do- (re.'fKftd. All jiornoriM ImvUitr clalrnn a- Wilnnt mild nnlltto. whitlhiir «r mil now duo. nuiHt fllu tint munc 'n mild coilr-t wlLllIll Illx (lil IrlOhl.IlK from tliu ilJitu or llin rli'Ml [iiililk-ii- tlon of l.hln notion or mtUl cliLlniK will h« fru-ovnr liiirriMl, Diilnd nt UiKitnxnitrl. Imllciim, tlila 3rd ilny t,t ,luly, lflr,7. l-.'MKAIll'H'll IIIKKIOU riurk »l llin Circuit (>iirl for C.-IKII Cmmty, Infllium HAVtOM'J 3. TUriKHTV. HarntH orricn llullilliiKi I.oKiuiMjiort, JmJIUDit, Attorney for Kulitl*!. night by Police Capt. Wilbur Smith and Sheriff Arthur Johns, and admitted pushing over ten tombstones and 1 destroyed two flower urns nt St. Charles' Catholic cemetery here the previous night. Deputy Prosecutor Oration Wickerham said the offense'With which they are charged is a. misdemeanor, and the maximum penalty of $5(10 fine and -six months In jail will be sought by authorities. Report Minor Traffic Crashes At Monticello MONTICELLO, Ind. — A car driven by Lonnie C. Woods, 17, Delphi, was damaged slightly at 4:10 p.m. Wednesday when it was struck from behind by an auto driven by Joseph McDouglc, 18, MofiUccllo, cHy police report. Woods had .stopped In a line nf traffic when the Incident occurred, police said. Card driven by Vcrlin Austin, Delphi, antl Melvin Ifarwood, Mon- licello, were also involved in u minor collision Tuesday noon. Police .said Austin was backing uway from a curb on South Muin street and backed into Ilorwood's auto. Read the Classified Ads llngton onto Cliff Drive, according to the police report. Oscar J. Wade, 64, Dies Near Converse PERU, Ind. - Oucar J. Wade, B4, died Wednesday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Carl .Taylor, rural route, Converse,, where ho had resided since 1952, coming from Scotlsvllle, Ky. Surviving with Ihe daughter are several brothers and sisters in Kentucky. The body was removed to the Laird mortuary, Amboy, and later sent to ScoUsville for services and .burial. YOUTH IMPROVING Ralph. -Stone, 15, of 201 West Mildred street, Is in "satisfactory" condition at St. Joseph's hospital with bums on his hands, ann« and face, suffered Wednesday at Hie Bobby Davis property a mile soudli of Onward wvhen sparks from an electric drill ignited gasoline fumes, causing n-n explosion. 'Davis, 31, of roulc 2, Walton, also suffered bums on his right arm'In the accident, which occurred while he and the youth work- Ing for him were Installing an underground go.solinc tu-nlc. Report National Product Record Set Last Year Disclose National Produced $414,500,000,000 Worth Of Goods, Services In '56 WASHINGTON (UP)—The nation .produced a record $414,500-,000.000 worth of goods and services last year but inflation was partly responsible for the high figure, the government reported Thursday. The Commerce Department said "comprehensive estimates." siiow the gross national product for 1956 topped 'the $391,500,000,000 1955 figure by 6 per cent. Half jf the ii crease, however, does not reflect real growth but is the result of inflation. The other half indicated .rgreat- er physical amount rf goods anS services sold 'in the market, it added. All industries except agriculture shared in the increase; " On another economic front, the Commerce and Labor dapavtments reported the number of employed in June jumped .to (>6 500,000 — a record for the monM and 1,300,000 more than in May, The report said unsmtfoyrnert also rose by 800,000 over May to 3,300,000. It said the rusn of school- age youngsters into the summer job market pushed up both the emp'ioyment and unemployment " gures. The report on the gros; national jroduct said rises were'recorded ast year for national income, personal disposable income, business investment, consumer, purchases and saving, and wages and salaries. Net interest payments jumped about 10 per cent to above 12 billion dollars. Part of this increase was the result of higher interest rates, the rtoport said. In a third report, the Securities & Exchange' Commission said sales and earnings of manufacturing corporations "continued at a high level" in the first three months of 1957. It said that wliiJo the total figures set a first - quarter record, declines in some industries were offset by gains in others. Sales were $70,600,000,000, or 7 per cent •higher than, the 1956 first-quarter •but 2 per cent below the 1956 'fourth-quarter, Gunman Robs Finance Firm ' LAPORTE (Uip)-A lone gunman wearing sunglasses robbed the Local Finance Corp. here i>t about "$200 Thursday during n broad daylight holdup, Two women employes, Murjorle Freest, IB, LnPorte, a secretary, and Mrs, Corlnno Koslow, 2(i, La'Porte, a bookkeeper, were alone in Ihc office when the gunman entered. CROSSWORD PUZZLE Aniw ' f to y 1— Idl« t»lk 4— Larit« truck* I — Demona . title t>— Son of Adam 14— Piece tor on* it— Stead/»»t , 17— Weavinr ' • nmchlh '18 — Tense ' . • 25 — Squand*w« It— Sink 30— Vital orian 31— Opposite ti» windward or Zen« 36— Toward the sheltered Bide 3G—Females 37—Unproductive 40—Persian (airy •I— GondMcenillni look '. 42— Ocean *«—Italian wlno meaaur* (Bl.) . 47—Antlered . animal- 48—Girl's namt 49—Bleasinc EO—Periods ot .time El— Carpenter'* tool - DOWN 1—Long, flender dull I—Mature 1 —Old Fr»nck prison 4—Worth 5—Border on 6—Openworlc fabric 7—Kind ot railroad cars I—Land surrounded by water 9—Moroccan 10—Conspiracy 11—Indenniu number 16—Grain <pl.) 20—Jargon 21—Go by wattr 22—Heap. 23—Shovel 25—Charivari (colloq.) 25—HermU« 27—TJnuBUhl 28—Roach acroM .30—Healthy H.J—Mftn'a name 24—Noise-making device 3«—Has on en*'* person 37—Small moflf ^8—Danish Island ij9—City In Nevada 40— Entreaty 43—Prefix: threa 44—Yellow buffto ^5—Cry ot crow Find Monon Farmer Dead MONTICELLO, Iiid, — Private riles for Frances Paul Moncel, 46, who was found dead at his home on route 1, Monon, Wednesday, will be held at 10 a.m. Friday at the Stewart mortuary, Monon, the Rev. Dale Hamilton in charge. Burial will be in the Bedford cemetery. He was found by relatives who were notified by neighbors when !i'e was .not seen for several days. He was found in the attic of his home, where he had hung himself, and Jasper county Coroner E. R. Beaver estimated he had dico* almost two weeks earlier, on June 20. A farmer, he had resided near Monon for 28 years, moving there from the Fmncesvllle community. He was born Jan, 7, 19U, at For-, est, 111., the son of Victory and Louise (Clerget) Monce). He was married March 10, 1031, at Rossville, to Inez Marchand, who survives. He also leaves his mother; five children, Mrs. Eugena Altman of. [daville, Mrs. Joanne Blount of Monon, and Alvin, Gall and Gene, nil at home with their mother In Monon; a grandchild; a brother, Bearl' D., route 1, Monon; and five sisters, Mrs. Gertrude Whitlow nf Mor.ticello, Mi's. Dorothy Haupli of Francesvyie, Mrs. Minnie Day of Star City, and Mrs. Grace Pauley and Mrs. Jean Adams, both of Monou. Miami County Traffic Mishaps Are Reported PERU, Ind. — Lillard Brown, 18, Logansport, was charged with reckless driving after he lost control of his car on Ind. 18 a mile east of Bennetts Switch, demolishing the car in a wreck and injuring a companion, Elbert Gabelli, 37, also of Logansport, Wednesday evening. > Gabelli suffered lacerations on his forehead, right arm and hand when the car went into a ditch and overturned, after being in and out of a ditch on the opposite side of the road. Raymond Vanderpool, 20, Oakdale, was charged with improper registration'and failure to identify himself at the scene of an accident alter his car and a semi driven by Gerald H. Loyd, 54, Portland, col- Ikied Wednesday evening at U.S. 31 and the Eel River road. Officers said both were going north and Vanderpoo) was struck from behind when he signaled for a left turn, but then turned right He fled on foot after the crash. Friday Evening, July 12, I9ST. Japs Welcome Girard Case Court Action Agree Decision Will Help Remove Hard Feelings Aroused In Japan By Case TOKYO (UP*—Japanese officials Friday welcomed the U.S. Supreme Court decision turning GI William S. Girard over to Japan for trial. Japanese roused from bed to receive the news, which reached here shortly sfter midnight, unanimously agreed the decision would help remove hard feelings aroused in Japan by the case. Girard, the 21-year old Ottawa, III., soldier charged with killing a Japanese woman on an army firing range last January, was not immediately available for comment. His army legal adviser, Maj. Stanley ?. Levin said lie did not think 'the soldier would be disappointed by the decision, "speaking for myself," he said, "this is how I.thought it would come out all along." Maeliashi Court Judge Yuzo Kawachi, who will hear the Girard case, said the trial will start Aug. 26. Japan has continued preparations for the trial on grounds that any decision by the U.S. court would not be binding on Japan. "I welcome the U.S. court's decision and I am in complete agreement with it," Kawachi said. He said the decision strengthened and reaffirmed existing treaties between the United States and Japan and would be "very goodt' for relations between the two nations. "The U.S. government must be most relieved," he said. Car And Truck Collide South Of Royal Center A car driven by Cecil Gaby, 31, mule 2, Hoya! Center, antl a lialf- ton pick-up truck driven by ,Iny Gates, route 1, Jluyal Center, were dumuficd in a collision at 1:45 p.m. Thursday, a milo and a hulf south nf Koyul Center. The mjshap occurred at the Intersection of old road 2!) and a blacktop road. Gaby reported to Hie .sheriff's department that he wiis headed west and Gates pulled out in front of him. • TJie daily number of marriages •In the U.S. in June is normally about 45 per cent greater than the daily average, for Iho'yeai'. HITS PARKESD CAR A car driven by James Allen, 5I>, ot 32 Lux street, headed west on East Broadway, struck a car oW'ncd by John Kelly, Indianapolis, parked just west of Fourth street In front of the National Bank nt 9:45 p.m. Thursday. The impact shoved Kelly's car into a lamp post antl both cnr.s were badly damaged. AKUEST DRIVER William N. Covr.lt, 32, Kohomo, was arrested at 4:55 p.m. Thursday by city police for running a red lifflil at Sixth and Broadway. He posted•.1515.75 forfeit bond to cover a fine of $1. and costs, and was relenscd. Rochester The Home Circle Club was- cnier- taincd nt the home of Mrs, H. W. Sherrard, Sr., at a porch picnic, Wednesday, with Mrs. Donald Newman as assistant hostess. A fried chicken dinner, with all the trimmings, was served at the noon hour to sixteen members, eleven children and tlirce guests: Mrs. Jack Plckens, Mrs. II. W. Sherrard, Jr., and Mrs. L. D. Thousand. The usual Home Demonstration Club business was transacted, will) the president, Mrs. Ralph Schindler, presiding, Mrs. Harold Duff gave the Devotional thought, and Mrs. Harry Kirtley, gave the history of the song of the month. Mrs. Jack Pickens WHS welcomed into the club as a new member. Mrs. Wayne Blackburn, n licensed beautician, and n former member of Hie club, was presented, and she KHVC a' demonstration on thii correct wny to innke u pin-curl, and talked on hair styling. Her demonstration wiis well received and enjoyed by all. Individual rose decorated cakes, with lime-orange shcrberl balls was served at the close of th» meeting. The Board of the Woodlawn Cancer Detection Center met Thursday morning in the home of Mrs. Don Metzger, where a coffee hour was enjoyed preceding a business meeting. Plans were completed for th» July center, which will be July 18, at Woodlawn hospital. Board members present were Mrs. Elaine Tillman, Mrs. Ira Goss, Mrs. Harrison Halterman, Mrs. Dale Shaw, and Mrs.'Metzger. 'Wednesday night and Thursday morning two men were lodged in the Fulton county jail for investigation after being apprehended by city police. William B. Carr, Indianapolis, was apprehended at 10 p.m. Wednesday on Madison street and Wii- ford L. Staton, North Vernon, was picked up near the Evergreen Cafa early Thursday morning. Clalr Timbers, 1023 Kim street, who has been held in the counly jail for investigation since he was apprehended last week by city police, was released Thursday morning. No charges were brought against him. In Justice Everett Gray's Fulton court Wednesday, Thomas Detlcr- ick, 16, Kewanna, was fined $15.75 on a charge of driving an auto with a beginners permit without a regularly-licensed driver accompanying him. He was arrested by State Police. Admissions to Woodlawn hospital are: Mrs. Robert Fccse, Rochester; Mrs. Myrtle Bacon, Akron; Kenneth Wilkinson. (16 East I2lli street; Clarence Stubler, Macy; Dennis and Tommio Comley, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Conley, 1130 Park street; Cathy Enyeart, 204'v East Fourth street; daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Enyeart. Dismissals; Victor Clapper, Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. LaVernc Hibler, R. R. 3, are the parents of a daugh. ter. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Brouyette are in Jamestown, N. Y. for several days, where Mr. Brouyette will transact business. Petillo Will Serve Three More Years INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—Indians prison authorities decided today Unit Kelly Petillo, who won (he 500-mile Indianapolis race in 1935, must serve nearly three more years behind bars for try-ing to kill his woman secretary with a knife in 10-HI. Petillo was arrested eight days before the 1957 Memorial -Day race wiien he returned to Indi/in- apolis from California in violation of terms of a parole granted him nearly two years ago. Authorities said he had served about seven years of n l-to-io-ycar •Icrm when paroled. He must slny in Indiana State Prison until Jan. 15, 10IX, BUYS IUJNOIS PAPER FRANKFORT (UP) - Edward E. Kirlipnirick, Frankfort, today announced he has purchased (he weekly McLeansboro (HI.) Times- Lcudcr. Kii-kpalriuk will take over as editor and manager Aug. I. Shoe Our Complete Stock of JARMAN and FORTUNE SHOES Keduced (Values from $7.95 to $13.95) One Group—Broken Sizes— DRESS SHOES $rr.oo ttr' 15 RHIUfUfltR :)J3-3JS Market St. WITH THE LITTLE LEAGUE! How? By stoping at our Station from 8a.m. to 10 p.m., Friday, Saturday or Sunday and saying, ill-er-up/' We are giving 5c of every gallon of gas sold on these three daays to the Little League of Logansport. See you at the corner of Main & Burlington. Drawing 10 p.m. Sun Istprize-SOgal.gas. 2nd prize-Oil Change and grease job. Nothing to buy to participate. Nam* your favorlt. Littl. Loaguor—Th. winn.r r«- c.ivni^a p.digr.ed Irish S.K.r Puppy. PURE OIL SERVICE MAIN A BURLINGTON ROBT. DeCCUfS, Manager PHONE 5990

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