Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 14, 1957 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, June 14, 1957
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Friday Evening, June 14, 195T. DAILY RADIO PROGRAMS (All Mstlngs Central Da,yli*nt Time) WMAQ WBBM (780) WLS WSAL,(1230) FRIDAY EVENING 1:00 Alex Drier Sell-Airs (:15 Bus. News News 5:30 Newt Sports 6:46 1 Man's Fam Anderson 7:00 Monitor Anderson 7:15 Monitor Anderson 7:30 Monitor Danger 7:45 Monitor Danger 1:00 Monitor News 8:15 Monitor World 8:30 Monitor Sports 8:45 Monitor Music Hall 9:00 Cavalcade Murrow »:15 Cavalcade Anderson 9:30 Cavalcade Robert Q. 9:45 Moscow Robert Q. 10:00 Newa News 10:15 Night Desk Herder 10:30 Night Desk Town Crier 10:4S Sports Weitzel News News Weather Sports News Heatter News News News Fulton Lewi* Variety Music Serenade News Mystery Music Mystery Newa Bob Si Ray Music Hall Bob- Si Ray News Bob & Ray Mantovanl Bis Bands Newa News' Imagination Nlfrhtwatcll R«st Haven Nlghtwatch Rest Haven Nightwatch Rudy Nightwatch Rudy Nlghtwatch Music Nightwatch News Nlghtwatch SATURDAY MORNING 8:00 Norman Boss John Harrington News Rise-Shin* 8:15 Norman Ros« John Harrington Barn lyance Pr«i Rise-Shine 8:30 News Joh.i Harrington News Ads 8:45 Books Joh Harrington Barn Dance Prev. Rise-Shine 9:00 News John Harrington Barn Dance Prei Rlse-.Shlno 3:15 Monitor John larrlneton Bar Dance Pre-r Rise-Shine »:30 Chicago Galen Drake News Melodies S:45 Monitor Galen Drake Rita AMOt Melodies 10:00 News Robert Q. 10:16 Monitor Robert Q. 10:30 Weather Josh Brady 10:45 Monitor Josh Brady 11:00 Quality MuslcNew* 11:15 Q"alit* MualcGeo. Watson 11 :30 News Guasmokc 11:4S Monitor Gunsmoke News Tune Timers Rita Ascot Tune Timers Newa Tune Timers Rita Ascot Tuna Timers News Proudly Hal) ABri. USA Proudly Hall News Onanc* TBA Chance SATURDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 News Xew» 12:15 Farm-Home Josh Brady 12:30 Groucho Paul Gibson 12:45 Groucho Paul Gibson 1:00 News News 1:15 Monitor Mai BclUlrl 1:30 Monitor Bellalrs 1:15 Monitor Bellalrs 2:00 News Bellalrs 2:15 Monitor Bellalrs Z:30 Monitor Bellairs 2:45 Monitor Bellalrs 2.00 News .Bellalrs 3:15 Monitor Bellairs 3:30 Monitor Bellairs 2:46 Monitor Bellalm 4:00 News Sports 4:15 Monitor Bullalrs 4:30 Monitor Bollalrs 4:45 Monitor Bfcllalrs 5:00 N&ws News t-15 Races Carmlchael E:30 Rio Rhythms Mai Bellalr* 6:45 Rio Rhythms Ma! Bollalrs Fishing and Hunting Rates Go Up July 1 The price of hunting and fishing licenses will go up 50 cents the first of July, County Clerk Elizabeth Bieker and Conservation 01'- fier William Kerber warned Thursday. The county clerk said she will call in the unissued licenses in the hands of. various dealers in Cass county on June 26 and 2? so that the new price can be stamped on them before July 1, the date the News News Maroetp .EIFD Ronndup Red Foloy Farm Corner Red Foley Farm Corner Festival Warm-up Festival Warm-up Maston Baseball Festival Baseball News Baseball Festival Baseball Festival Baseball Festival Baseball News Baseball Festival Baseball Festival Baseball Festival Baseball News Scores TBA Mel Clark Sports Mel Clark Showcase Mel Clark News News-Sports Showcase Ads N<!WH Muslcale Outdoors Muslcalu assist the clerk and her deputies in stamping the new price on the licenses and will lake an inventory of the unissued licenses before they are returned to the dealers. The new cost of a license to to hunt, trap and fish will be $2.50, while a female fishing license wil! cost $1,50. A non-resident 14-day license to fish will be $2.50. The price of trout stamps also will increase from ?1 to $2 on tha: date. The additional income wil. be used in trout propagation. "GROW" THEIR OWN CHICAGO (UP)— The Women's Club of suburban Markham, which runs a baby-sitting school, gradu- TV Programs FRIDAY EVENING 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 8 Channel 6 9:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 9:30—Channel 4 ' Channel 8 9:45—Channel 6 10:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 10:30—Channel''* Channel 6 Channel 8 10:45—Channel 4 Channel 8 11:00—Channel 6 11:30—Channel 6 Rascals Weather. News News Doug Edwards O'Connell Beat Clock News News Jim Bowie Blondie West Point Crossroads Riley Zane Gray Playhouse On Trial Adam-Eve Monte Cristo Playhouse Big Story Detective Sports , Line Up Cochise Person-Person Red Barber Hiway Patrol 0. Henry Studio 57 News Playhouse News Movies Late Show Weather Tonight SATURDAY AFTERNOON (CDT) Channel 6 Channel 8 12:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 12:45—Channel 8 1:00—Channel 8 Channel 4 •2:00—Channel 6 3:00—Channel 6 3:30—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 8 5:30—Channel 6 Channel 8 Channel 4 Roy Rogers Lone Ranger Cartoons Baseball Schools Dizzy Dean ,Basebail Baseball Baseball Bowling Time Belmont Stakes Big Picture TBA IU Sports Big Picture Comedy Party Fury Film Rocky Jones Capt. Gallant Ramar Wild Bill Cisco Kid Biff Baker Stassen Returns To London Parley WASHINGTON (UP)—Harold E.I Dulles was unhappy about Stassen returned to the London disarmament conference with new "procedural" instructions Thursday. He denied he had been repri- of his tactics. France and some other Allies were said to have complained that Stassen had given a more elabor- manded for his private talks with i ate outline of the new U.S. dis< the Russians. Stassen, chief U.S. negotiator at the conference, also said as he departed that "we are closer to a first step agreement, today than we were three weeks ago." , When Stassen arrived here last armament plan to the Soviets than to the Western negotiators. Dulles, it was reported, directed Stassen to avoid upsetting the Allies and lake it easy in his private discussions with the Russians. House Democratic Leader John weekend, it was reported thatjw. McCormack (Mass.) said in a Secretary of State John Foster.'statement Thursday that recent some i developments confirmed his impression that Stassen had been trying to "undercut" Dulles. "I have also had the impression tha! Secretary Dulles was giving Mr. Stassen enough rope to, hang himself," McCormack said. "If so, it clearly appears, that Secretary Dulles has been successful." Stassen left for London by way of New York Thursday after attending a meeting of the National Security Council at the White House. Asked whether he had been reprimanded, he replied "No, of course not!" May Catron Passes Away FLORA, Ind.—Mrs. May Catron, 92, former Flora resident, died Thursday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John Unger, at Winchester, after an Illness of'two weeks. She was born -Feb. 2, 1805, Calls Proposal On Arms Cuts 'Quite Comical' Soviet Party Chief Jeers. At Latest Disarmament'Pro- posal By United States HELSINKI, Finland (UP) — Soviet Communist Party chief Nikita S. Khrushchev Thursday described as "quite comical" the latest- U.S. proposal to try out the Gertie Pauley, Indianapolisr 10 Eisenhower open skies plan in the grandchildren; 14 great-grandchil-; . . dren; seven great-great-grandchil-j rtr " 1( " dren; and a sister, Mrs. Lucy| His statement, made 'to news- 3eck, Burlington. A daughter, j men just before he left Finland for home, appeared to torpoedo hopes for the current United Na- William and Catherine in of (Pitman) Ticen. The deceased was-married Oct. 21, 1883, to Jacob A. Catron, who died Sept. 1, 1949. Survivors are three daughters, Mrs. Unger of Winchester, Mrs. Ervil Moore of Frankfort, and Mrs. Ithel, died in 1937. She was a member of .the Grace Brethren church here. Friends may call after 3 p.m. Friday at the Carter funeral home and final rites will be held there at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, the Rev. Walter Creek in charge. Burial will be in the Kilmore cemetery. Peru Pastor Resigns For Ft. Wayne Post PERU, Ind. — The Rev. Everett Caes has resigned as pastor of the Brethren church here to become minister of education at the Ft. Wayne Gospel Temple. tions disarmament subcommittee talks in London. U.S. disarmament expert Harold E. Stassen was en route from Washington to London for the reopening of the talks after a weeklong recess Friday. His new plan, expected to be introduced next week, was believed to suggest that western and eastern sections of th-e Arctic be opened for t!ie first experiment in mutual aerial photography. ^ "That sounds quite comical to _„ . . think of an inspection zone in that The appointment is effective I area of ice and snow," Khrusbc°hev Monday and Rev. Cacs duties will The legislature directed the price increase to establish a special fund for the purpose of buying and operating public hunting and fishing sites. Those who already have purchased 1U57 hunting and fishing licenses before July 1 will not be required to pay the extra fee. Conservation Officer Kerber will atetl its class today. Certificates wore granted to 25 girls and one boy. CALLED FOR CELEBRATION LONDON (U'P)—A man arrested Thursday for breaking into a store told the judge he got drunk celebrating the death of his mother-in-law. His name was not given. Former Monticello Resident Succumbs MONTICELLO, Ind.—Joseph .T. Miller, former Monticello resident, died Wednesday afternoon at the Veterans hospital, Providence, R.I., after an illness of three months. He formerly operated a radio shop on North Main street here, and had resided at Providence since serving in World War II. Survivors include the widow, the former Pearl Pult of here. include supervision of youth work, Sunday school work, teachers' training courses and other phases ol educational work. Rev. and Mrs. Caes and their two sons will be honored at a farewell dinner in the church parlors Sunday noon, followed by a mortgage burning ceremony with Dr. Alva McClain o[ Grace Theological Seminary, Winona Lake, as speaker. UNSTILL STILL HAND GREENSBORO, N.C. (UP)—Six •moonshiners began serving federal prison lerms today with a rueful thought about their business acumen. They tried to pay protec- 'LllttZl f^dli 1 ULl. UL iJUll.. I tJWUJ JJUJJ. JLJJU/ HJUU IAJ {l&y L->1 wll^l,- Kites will be held Saturday .lion money to a deputy sheriff morning at Province and burial will be made there. and had hired a federal revenue agent as a "still hand." said. He contended the whole plan of aerial photography only would lead to more mistrust between East and West. He also turned down any suggestion to summit meeting ot the Big Four powers at liiis time. "In our opinion the other side is not ready," he said, Plan Trades By Utilities PERU, Ind.—Peru's Board of Works Thursday authorized the trading of rural customers by the Peru power plant with the Miami- Cass county REMC. Customers who will be transferred to the REMC will be those from the township line road half a. mile north of Loree to the end of the transmission line, a mile south of Wawpecong; and those from the south limits of McGrawsville to the end of the same transmission line. Those served by the REMC who will be transferred to the Peru utilities will be customers from the housing developments in and adjacent to Mexico, and in the housing development south of the Wabash River along U.S. 31. The transfer, expected to benefit both the utilities and the customers, will not require the transfer of money or property. Miami County Deputy Quits PERU, Ind. — Deputy Sheriff Robert Helv'ie has resigned, effective July 1, to accept a position with the state. Sheriff Arthur Johns has not named a successor to Helvie, who will be on vacation for the next two weeks. Holv'ie has served .as a deputy for five Miami county sheriffs at various limes in the past IS years. Sheriff Johns has also announced that he may move back into the jail residence, which has been occupied nearly a year by Deputy James McLeod and his wife. Auto Wreck Injuries Fatal To Marion Man WABAStl, Ind. (UP) — Traffic injuries killed Claude M. Payne, 39, Marion, in Wabash County According to the Veterans Ad- Hospital Thursday. jministraUon, patients undergoing Payne was injured Wednesday treatment for tuberculosis read a- "FIELDING" PERFECT CHICAGO (UP)—Mr. and Mrs. James K. Fielding now have satisfied both their fathers. Their lirst son was born on Mr. Fielding's father's birthday. Their sec_ one! on his maternal grandfather's. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Fir* MISTER BREGER "Custom-made knotty pine! Say, who's your out* fitter - - - ?" Grandmother And Girls Are Killed In Wreck ROCK-FORD, 111. (UP) - Mrs. Katherine Mattingley, Goodyear, Ariz., and her two young granddaughters were killed Thursday night when a car in which they were riding collided headon with a truck. Mrs. Patricia A. Geeser, 32, of Loves Park, a Rockford suburb, mother of the children, was injured critically in the crash. Mrs. Geeser was taken to Swedish-American hospital, as was the driver of the truck Marcus fp'lslad, 36, of Rockford. Hilstad suffered broken ribs. The accident occurred on U.S. 51, about seven miles north of Rockford. SEE END OF PACT TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (UP) Oklahoma Coach Bud Wilkinson, whose football teams hnven't lost in almost four years, snid Thursday- he expects the Orange Bowl tie-up with the Big Seven to end next year bucau.sc "I understand a lot of people in Miami" do not like it. House Committee OKs Two Hoosier Projects W A S HIN G T 0 N (UP) — Tha House Appropriation Committee Thursday recommended a huge sum of mon-ey be spent for construction of two Indiana public public works projects. The committee recommended a total expenditure of $11,100,000 for the two Army Engineer projects. They are the 1 Mansfield Roser- voir, which will cost $1,600,000. and the Markland Lock and Dam costing $9,500,000. FINE SPEEDER Jackie Turnpaugh, 22, of Kokomo, was fined $1 and costs in tho local justice court Thursday evening on a speeding charge. 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