Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 11, 1957 · Page 2
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 2

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, June 11, 1957
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JVo Logansport, Indiana. Pharos-Tribune Driver Burned In Auto Blaze After Accident . William Harrison, 17, 710 Bates Street, In Hospital "With Burns Over Body Two local youths were burned when a fire, caused by a wreck, demolished the auto in which they were riding about 2 p.m. Monday on the Delaware road, three and one-half miles northwest of the city. William Harrison, 17, of 710 Bates street, driver of the car, is in Memorial hospital with burns on his face, shoulders, feet and body. He is reported in "good" condition. Richard Galbreath, 18, of route 2, city, was treated at the same hospital for minor burns on his left Ihoulder and dismissed. Harrison was driving south on the road and swerved to avoid a dog in the road as he went into a curve, he told officers. Ho lost control of the car and veered off the road on the right side, running into a five-foot bank. The auto rolled over with the rear end skidding around, and it came to a stop on its top on the west side of the road. It burst into flames almost immediately, apparently when gasoline spilled over tho motor. Harrison and Galbreath were able to escape before being seriously burned, but the 1950 model sedan was destroyed by the fire before Logansport firemen could get to the scene. The two youths walked to a nearby home, that of Mrs. Norma Bish, route 1, who drove the pair to the hospital. The Bish family had sold the auto to Harrison less than six months ago. The scene of the accident was just north of the home of Mrs. Ethel Wilkinson, route 1. Sheriff 0. R. Carson and Deputy Roy King investigated. Mrs. Ethel Smith, 76, Dies At.Monon Home MONTICELLO, Ind.—Final rites for Mrs. Ethel Smith, 70, who died at her Monon home Saturday night, will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Monon Methodist church, the Rev. Dale Hamilton in charge, and burial will be in the Bedford cemetery. Born Dec. 30, 1B80, in Pontiac, HI., to Henry and Louisa (Patty) Lucas, she was married Aug. 30, 1900, to James H. Smith He died May 3, 1938. The deceased moved to Monon from Francesville 45 years ago. Survivors are two sons, J. Howard and Clarence L. Smith, both of Monon; five daughters. Miss Lela at home, Mrs. Pearl Quase- barth and Mrs. Gladys Warren of Monon, Mrs. Nora Warren of Francesville and Mrs. Irene Kesler of route 1, Monon; 28 grandchildren; 38 great-grandchildren; and a sister, Mrs. Elsie Engle, Valparaiso. Two daughters, a sister and a brother are deceased. Friends may call at the Stewart mortuary, Monon, and the body will lie in. state at the church for one hour preceding the rites. WMAQ DAILY RADIO PROGRAMS TUESDAY EVENING (All Listings Central Daylight Time) WBBM.(780) WLS WSAL (1230) G:00 Alex Droler Boll-Airs News News 8:15 Bus. 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In Hso 1:45 Dr. Gentry Nows Mrs. Burton Strike It Rich Entertainment Summaries Happiness Rd, Nt: ws Queen-Day Tlay Ball Play Ball Baseball Baseball 2:00 News 2:1E> Matinee 2:30 Hilltop 2:45 Pep. Young House Party House Party Dr. Malone Lucky Ladles Cro.is Country JafMi Paar News Wayne King Baseball iRa.seball Baseball Baseball 8:00 News 3:15 Goodwin 3:30 Goodwin 3:45 Goodwin Jim Conway Woman Views Gold Coast Take Break News Lombardo Music Music Baseball Baseball Baseball Scoreboard 4:00 News 4:15 Jim Mllia 4:45 Jim Mills Paul Gibson Paul Gibson Paul Gibson ShOD With MlBp News Polka News Pollca Party Party OCt Record Oft Record Teen Tunes Teen Tunes Promises Alone Will Not Bring Cut In Strength Dulles Says It Would Be Folly To Reduce Strength On Basis Of Buss Promises WASHINGTON (UP)—Secretary of State John Foster Dulles said Monday it would be folly to reduce U.S. military strength merely because of Soviet promises to cut ,i',s own arms and to refrain from aggression. He told the House Foreign Affairs Committee the United States was seeking actively, through United Nations procedures, ways whereby armaments could be reduced safely. But he said the problem "is immensely complicated by the fact that it is not safe for us to alter and weaken the military dispositions which protect us merely because of Soviet promises." "There must be dependable supervision and control of all promises and procedures." he added, "to assure that we may not be victimized by promises that are illusory." Dulles plans to confer Tuesday with Harold E. Stassen, President Eisenhower's disarmament adviser who has been conferring with Excise Agents Get Warning INDIANAPOLIS (UP) - State Excise Chief George Rinck Friday warned all '62 of his excise agents they will be fired if they fail to enforce Indiana law. Rinck called the meeting in the State Senate chamber after the Indianapolis Times reported gamblers in parts of the state were being protected. The excise chief told Ms agents, "If there are any shenanigans in the excise department, I'm" going to find out about them, and somebody is going to be fired." Rinck said "If anyone has information that there are violator's any place in the state, we want to know about it." 5:00 News News Welk (:16 Wed Howard Harrington-Mows Welk 5:SO Wed Howard Sports News 5:45 Stone, Nows Lowell Thomas Nows Tune Time Want Ads Memorial Hos Wonders TV Programs TUESDAY EVENING CDT Three Drivers Fined For Traffic Offenses Three drivers were fined $1 and costs apiece on traffic charges in. the local justice of the peace court Monday evening. Fined were Annabelle Weaver, 19, 403 Lawn street, for failing to signal for a left turn, arrested May 24 by State Trooper John Gaylor; Henry K. Williams, 49, of the Bunker Hill air base, for speeding in a 30-mile zone, arrested June 4 by Trooper Larry Wagenknecht; and Ronald Bandy, 23, Lafayette, for failing to stop for a stop sign at the intersection of highways 35 and 18, arrested June 5 by Trooper Richard Keyes. Accident Proves Fatal To Motorcycle Rider CONNERSVILLE, Ind. (UP) — Jerry Marcum, 36, Connersville, an electrical contractor, was killed Monday in a motorcycle accident on Ind. one mile north of here. Bobby Gene Rcadnour, 15, Connersville, was found seriously injured at the scene and was taken to Fayctte Memorial Hospital •where t\s underwent surgery. 6:00—Channel 4 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 8 7:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 8:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 8:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 9:00—Channel 4 Channel 8 9:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 10:00—Channel 6 Channel 8 10:30—Channel 4 Channel G Channel 8 10:45—Channel 4 Channel 8 11:00—Channel 6 11:30—Channel 6 Rascals Weather News News News J. Winters Name Tune News News Navy Log Dance Party Phil Silvers Wyatt Earp Panic Private Secy. Broken Arrow Jane Wyman Tell Truth Telephone Time Theater Red Skelton Angel Date $64,000 Conflict Rosle Clooney Spike Jones Star Pert. Marguerite M. Lyons Is Claimed By Death Mrs. Marguarite Mona Lyons, 44, died at 3:30 p.m. Monday at her apartment in the Eikco hotel, following a long illness. A native of this city, she was born Sept. 25, 1912, to John and Margaret (Hays) Guthrie, and was married here April 11, 11935, to Paul W. Lyons, who survives. She also leaves a daughter, Victoria Ann, at home; a sister, Mrs. Albert Lyon, city; and several nieces and nephews. She was a member of St. Joseph's church. Friends may call after 7 p. m. Tuesday at the Fisher funeral home, where final rites will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday. Msgr. Maurice Foley will officiate and burial will be in Mt. Calvary cemetery. Three Small Children Suffer Minor Injuries Three children were treated at St. Joseph's hospital Monday night for minor injuries suffered in mishaps. allies in London on various dis- armamet proposals. Stassen will return to London later in the week to lay before the negotiators this country's package plan for a "first-step" limited disarmament agreement. Dulles testified before the House committee in defense of the President's $3,865,000,000 economic and military aid program in the fiscal year beginning July 1. The Senate Foreign Relations Committee approved a $3,637,000,000 program last Friday. Dulles told the committee the program was necessary to bolster U.S. allies against thet hreat of Communist aggression. He said that Soviet leaders constantly were bombarding l.he world with propaganda about disarmament and peace. Kokomo Man Expires In Peru Bus Station PERU, Ind. — Fred Henninger, about 65, Kokomo, died suddenly from a heart attack at 3:30 p.m. Monday at the bus station here. He had worked Monday at the Bunker Hill air base for the Alliance Plumbing firm, and had ridden to Peru on the bus, just arriving when he was stricken. Firemen applied artificial respiration until Coroner 0. B. Johnson pronounced him dead. The body was taken to the Eikenberry mortuary. HURT IN FALL Mrs. Jane Reed, 80, of 323 High | tsreet, suffered a fracetured left Youth Is Hurt At Elevator Douglass Lalis, 17, of route 2, Walton, was injured in an accident at the Onward elevator about 3 p.m. Monday and is a patient in St. Joseph's hospital. The youth, who is employed at the elevator, was hurt when a large fan he and other workers were taking down fell and struck him in the stomach. The mishap occurred in the implement building beside the elevator. The extent of his injuries has not been determined. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lake, he was brought to the hospjital by William Zigler, elevator manager, and other employes. Plymouth Airman Dies In Accident In France WASHINGTON (UP) — Airman 1C Edwin Glenn Craft of Plymouth, Ind., was killed Monday in 'an auto accident in France. The Air Force said Craft was riding in an auto one mile north of Arnaville when it went out o£ control while passing another car and smashed into a tree. Craft was attached to the 21st Fighter-BomBer Wing of the 12th Air Force stationed at Chambley Air Base. The Air Force said his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George H; Craft of Plymouth have been notified of the mishap. Fire Destroys Garage On Farm North Of Peru PERU, Ind. — Fires destroyed a garage and attached pony barn at the Bill Devinc farm, north of here on U.S. 31, Monday morning and the loss was estimated at $1,500. The blaze was discovered aboul 6 a.m. by a passing motorist, and Mexico and Peru firemen answered tho alarm. Martin Kane' Jean Ann Morris, 6, daughter ofj shoulder when she fell on the front News Playhouse News Mr. and Mrs. John J. Morris, route 5, city, was treated for a minor cut on her head, suffered while playing. Movies I Martin Zaring, 2, Late Show son of Mr. and Weather Tonight ' WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON 12:00—Channel 6 Channel 8 12:15—Channel 6 Channel 8 12:30—Channel 6 Channel 8 1:00—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 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 IU Tenn. Ernie House Party Festival Matinee Payott Crosby Queen for Day Brighter Day Secret Storm Movie Time Edge of Night Romances Movie Time Chapel Door Life of Christ Stu Erwin Cartoons Churchman Mickey Mouse Early Show Chuckwagon Mrs. William Zaring, route 2, Kewanna, fell and struck his head, also suffering a minor cut. Steven Walker, 3-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. James P. Walker, 1417 College street, was treated for an injury suffered when he stepped on a nail. The Hanover Country Club, owned and oporatcd by Dartmouth, includes an la-hole and a 9-hole golf course. The courses are one-half mile from the campus. The Instantiate^ is gone! , j jSlnstant Folgers Coffee SUNDAY IS DAD'S DAY DO NOT FORGET HIM He will get years of enjoyment with a new electric roior. SUNBEAM - SCHICK - NORBLCO REMINGTON -.RONSON. Gfft wrapped especially for Fathor'i Day. Timberlake's Gift Shop Indiana Winter Wheat Estimate Is Unchanged WASHINGTON (UP) - Indiana's June production estimate of the winter wheat crop was unchanged from May, according to the Agriculture Department. The department listed Indiana's estimate as 37,138,000 bushels, ninth largest in the nation. The 1956 Hoosier wheat crop totaled 35,580,000 bushels. Report $2.50 Token From Northside Home Richard Leydet, 1251 Smith street, Monday afternoon reported to city police that he had returned to his home from work to find his back door open and drawers in the home pulled out and ransacked. An investigation disclosed $2.50 was missing from a cigar box in a dresser drawer. he'll purr like June 16 "Free Gift Wrapping' >'Au'4 steps at her home Monday night. She is confined to Memorial hospital, where she was taken- in the Chase-Miller ambulance. Don't Neglect Slipping FALSE TEETH Do falBe teeth drop, slip or wobble when you talk, cat, ln.uf?h or sneeze? Don't bo annoyed und embarrassed by such handicaps. FASTEETH, nn iUkaUnu (non-n.citl) powder to sprinkle on your platOK. keeps false teeth more firmly set. dives confident feel- inn of security and added comfort. No gummy, tfoocy, pasty taste or feeling. Get FASTEETH today at any I 409-415 E. BROADWAY DIAL 4166 WEDNESDAY THREE STAR VALUES WHITE SUMMER BAGS Latest styles • Washable Some with hone handles Wednesday only $1.00 ACCESSORIES - FIRST FLOOR ROSEBUD PILLOW CASES 42"x36" in 128 count muslin all-over rose pattern in pink, yellow, blue, or orchid. Keg. $1.79 pr. Wed. only $1.49 pr. DOMESTICS - FIRST FLOOR WORK or PLAY SUITS One piece, long front zipper. Sleeveless, pedal- pusher length. R»d, turquoise, khaki, black. Sizes 10-20 and 14%-20%. Reg. $3.95 Wed. only $3.50 BUDGET DRESSES - MEZZANINE Shop All DAY Wednesday, when it's easier to find parking space 1 Tuesday Evening, June 11, 1957. iLikE MILK Becauze... I like Ray's Milk because it gives me energy and vitamins which I need on account of I am going to be a baseball pitcher when I grow up. It tastes good, too, and Mommy lets me drink all I want when I am thirsty because she says it is so good for me. Daddy says that Ray's Milk is richer-end fresher than the other miiks at our store and I know he is right because I tasted another kind once and it wasn't nearly so good. Just like I'm the best baseball player in our block, Ray's Milk is the best milk there is. RZ. I like Ray's Milk best too, because you should see th» swell premiums I get by saving the Wild Bill Hickok carton tops on Roy's Milk. I already got a gun and some spurs. Now I'm saving for some Wild Bill Hickok socks.

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