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Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, June 17, 1957
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Honday Evening, June 17, 1957. DAILY RADIO PROGRAMS nm» * »% ' '^'i-. 1 ^ 51 " 1 *' Central Daytljrnt Time) WMAQ WBBM (780) WLS WSAL (1230) MONDAY EVENING 6:00 DreUr Josh Brady «:lo Bus. N«-»r» News *:30 Newa Sports «:<» Man s Fam. Anderson 7:00 News Anderson J : J? Symphony Anderson 7.-JO Symphony Suspense 7:45 Symphony Suspense 8:00 Telephone Hr.vews 8:15 Teleohon. HrTBA 8:30 TEA Music Hall 8:«5 TBA Music Hall 9:00 News News 9:la Chan Bellatrs-Cleary S:JO Chan K. Q. Lewis H:t5 Chan R. <J. Lewis 10:00 News Wtltzel 30:16 Night De«k ,Mercier 10:!0 NlKht Desk Weltzel 10:45 Sports Weltztl News .Markets News News-Sports Keatter Lewis . Firestone Firestone News Music Hall Mantovanl Ma/itovanl News Imagination Hest Haven Rest Haven Rudy Rhythm Rudy Rhythm News Music News Sporti Heatter Lewis Serenade Mystery Mystery Bob ~& Ray Sob.Ray Bob. Ray News Nlte Watch Nile Watcl Nlte Watch New. Nlte Watch Nlto Watch Nito Watch TIJF.SnAV IWOHMIMn 8:00 1:16 S'.SO 8:45 Drier Chicago Call, Chicago Call. Newa New* Jim Conway Gold Coasi Brady Breakfa.nl Ciut» Breakfast Club Breakfast Club Breakfast Club New* Musto Mualo Music 9:00 S:lu 9:20 Bandstand Bandstand Bandstand Art'uur Godfrey Arthur Godfrey Arthur Godfrey Arthur Godfrey Trub Story True Story Newo Girl Marries Records Devotion* 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:-* 5 Bandstand Bandstand Bandstand Bandstand Artuur Godfrey Arthur Godfrey Klolrie & Josh How Millor Jack Paar N«v> Martha Crane Woman's Wor Woman's World Quee,n-Day Queen-Day 11:00 1J:35 11:30 New* J. Holtman J'. Holtman DucheBB Wendy Warren Helen Trent Gal .Sunday News Millie Market* Marketn Words ,M. Con«Jdlni Carroll Co, Bulletins TUESDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 Newa Nora Drake News News 12:1« M. M»rryfleldMa Perkina ' Markets Co. TCxt. IS'.Sf) M MerryfJeldNcws Dlnnerhell Farm corner 12:46 Merryfield Itoad of Ufe Dlnnerboll Farm Corner 1:00 News Newa 1:15 Jim Mlll» Mm. Burton 1:30 Worn. In HaKtrlko Rich 1:4^ Dr. Gentry Knteriainment Nev/H-Mnrketu Kchooltlme Quocn-Day Qudcn-Day Play On II Play B:tU Jia.seball 2:00 NewH 2:U Matinee 2:30 Hilltop 2:45 Pep You HOUHW P.irty HUUHO Party Dr. Maloiiu. J;ick Paar Mil DlC Mimic 3:00 N«w« Jim Con way Nuw» JlaKehftll 3;U Fill) Goodwin V!ow Niwa Muttla Hall SSiwnhsi.ll 3:20 Jilll Goodwin Oo7« Coa«t C'apt. Ktubby rjariebaU 8:4ft Bill Goodwin Take Break <"'— -„ «i.ubby ,Sror<-bonrd 4:00 NQWH 4:lfi MlllH 4:30 Sportfl 4:45 Howard Paul GibHon PauJ OlbHon Paul Glbnoo Josh Brady Nown J'olka Tim* Polka Party Off Itecord NOWH Tcnn Tunea Tetin Tunen C:'jO Kew» t:l ft Howard l:ZQ Howard 6:45 NCWK Magazine Ifftrrlnffton, Nevri Sporta JjOWRl] Thorn fin JJob A Kay Uob & ft ay Jir,b &, liny Now« M'uno Time Warn Ada Pub. Service Wondnrn TV PROGRAMS MONDAY 6:00—Channel 4 Channel G Channel K 6:15—Channel (i Channel 8 8:30—Channel fi Channel I! 6:45—Channel 4 Channel fl 7:00—Channel 4 .Channel B Channel 8 7:30—Channel 4 Channel ti 8:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel I! Z.-30—Channel 4 Channel B Channel It 9:00—Channel 8 0:30—Channel 4 Channel 0 10:00—Channel B Channel II 10:30—Channel 1 Channel K Channel ft 10:4S—Channel 4 Channel II 11:00—Channel (! 11:30—Channel 8 EVENING Kascals Weather News News Nev/s Nat Cole Rubin Hood News News Lone Ranger Burns-Allen Firestone Talent Scout Press Conl. Showcase Lucy Welk Montgomery Dec. KritJc Studio I Wire Service Annapolb Capt. Gnel Stage 7 News Playhouse News Movies Lnt.r: Show Weather j Tonight! TUESDAY AI'TEIWOON CDT Read the Classified Ads 1:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 ,:ir>—Channel 6 Channel II :30—Channel 4 Channel (> Channel (I ; 00—Channel 4 Channel I! 30—Channel 4 Channel B Channel B -Channel 4 Channel 0 Channel i> : 30—Channel 8 : 00—Channel f! Channel II :1!>—Channel S ; 30—Channel 4 Channel tl •.n— Channel (i : 00—Channel (i Chilian;} II ; 15—Channel II : SO—Channel H 4H—Channel 4 00—Channel t Channel II 30—Channel ft 12: 12: 1: 1: 2:00 4 Sight Markets News-Weather News Farm-Home . UFD 4 8lub 00 World Turns 4 Sight Miss lirooks liculah Tcnn. Krme House Party Film Theater Payoff Crosby Quoun Bright Day Secret Storm Movie-lime Edge ol Night Romances Movio Time Chapel Door Life ol Christ Slu Krwln What New? Mickey Mou.sn Karly Show Siinormnn Cartoon George Wulff Expires At Home in Monticello MONTICELLO, Ind. —Rites for George T. Wulff, 67, who died at his home here Friday evening, will be held at 1:30 p.m. Monday at the Miller funeral home, the Rev. Gilbert Piker in charge, and burial will be in Riverview cemetery. A member of the Masonic lodge, he came to Monticello from Chicago in 1952. Born at Chicago on Feb. 11, 1890, he was married Dec. D,. 1924, to Harriet Silversides, who survives. He also leaves three sisters, Mrs. Hattie Yeager and Mrs. Ada Towl, both of Chicago, and Mrs. Delia Fish of Elk Rapids, Mich. Friends may call at the funeral home. Local Man Is Named To Miami County Post PERU, Ind. - Ned Hutchinson, I ^ l p ' m ' Wednesday, 38, of route 1, Logansport, has ^^ers m cnarge. been named the new assistant con- Mary E. Ault Of Macy Dies FULTON, Ind.—Miss Mary E. Ault, 73, Macy, died at 4:45 a.m. Sunday at Woodlawn hospital at Rochester. She suffered a cerebral hemorrhage two days ago. A native of Cass county, she was born Feb. 24, '18B4, to Frederick and Susan (Cox) Ault. A member of the Christian church at Macy, she spent most of her life in that community. Survivors are a sister,' Mrs. Earl Sowers of*Macy; a nephew; and three great-nieces. A brother and three sisters are deceased. Friends may call at the Ditmire chapel here until noon Tuesday, .when the body will be taken to the late residence in Macy. Friends may call there and funeral services will be held there 2 p.m. Wednesday, the Rev. I. servationist of the Miami county Soil Conservation unit. He will assist Marion Stror.g. A soil scientist for the seven- county conservation headquarters at Logansport for eight years until he injured his back, he was transferred to Miami county last week He will continue to reside at Logansport Car and Jeep Collide On South River Road A ear driven by Edwin C. Hardy, 14, route 2, was damaged in a collision with a jeep driven by Marion Hardy, alsn route 2, at 5:30 p.m. Saturday four and a half miles west of here on the south river road. Deputy Sheriff Lionel Davis said Hardy was headed east and collided with the jeep as it pulled out of a lane. Damage to the cur was estimated at $75, and the jeep was undamaged. Airline Pilot Suffers Heart Attack in Flight GRAND ISLAND, Neb. (t";P)_A pilot of n Trans World Airlines Burial will be in Plainview cemetery at Macy. Expect More Price Rises WASHINGTON (UP) — U.S. Chamber of Commerce officials predicted Sunday ttiat prices will continue to climb the rest of the year, although perhaps at a slower rate. The economic outlook was appraised at a news conference by six chamber board members and Mrs. Ruth Williams Is Claimed By Death After Short Illness Mrs. Ruth Williams, 28, of 1620 Erie avenue, the wife of the Rev. Donald E. Williams, died at 10:30 p.m, Saturday after an illness of a few weeks. •" Her husband is the assistant pastor at the Mt. Zion Tabernacle, Fifteenth and Erie,' where her father is'the pastor. Born March 13, 1929, at Kokomo, she was the daughter of the Rev. J. W. and Oretta. (Dudley) White. Surviving with .the husband are four children, Donna, Lydia, Paul and .Raymond, all at home; her parents, of 1628 Erie- Eivenue; two sisters, Esther at home and Mrs. Constance Hester, 16211 Woodlawn avenue; and six brothers, Harold.at home, Stafford of Kokomo, Theodore of Richmond, Calif., and Jerry, Cornelius and Thomas G:', all of Chicago. Friends may call after 4 p.m. Monday at the Kroeger funeral rome, and last rites will be held at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Mt. Zion church. The body will lie in state at the church one hour before ;he services and burial will be in Mount Hope cemetery. the chamber's chief economist.! cemetery. Mrs. Golda Andrews Of Idaville Succumbs MONTICBLLO, Ind, — Services for. Mrs. Golda Andrews, 67, Idaville, who died Saturday at the White county Memorial hospital will be held at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Miller mortuary here, and burial will be in Riverview All forecast higher prices, Dr. Emerson P. Schmidt, chamber economist, said he thought wage and price rises would be somewhat slower than in the last half of last year and that the up- wiird pressure on the cost of living might weaken. William A. McDonnell, S!.. Louis banker nncl chairman of the chamber's finance committee, said both j business and government should a second look nt their spending pliias. lie said Ihe "skyrocketing" demand for credit lo finance The deceased underwent "urg- ery at the hospital several weeks ago. An Idaville resident since 1932, she was born in Monticello on Probe Several City Weekend Auto Crashes City police investigated several weekend auto accidents, .arresting one driver for failure to yield the right-of-way. Officers slated Jack Hines, 42, of route 6, city, after his car collided with one driven by Claude Hardy, 21, of route 2, at Eighth and Broadway at 9:06 p.m. Saturday. Hines posted forfeit bond' of $15.75 to cover a fine of $1 and costs. Police said Hines was going north on Eighth and ran into •Hardy's car, headed west on Broadway. Hines said a.man waved him on as he approached the intersection. Mrs. Ida Hines, 46, route 6, riding with him suffered injuries to her side, apparently not serious, in the mishap. She was taken to St. Joseph's hospital for dismissed. Kathy A. Van treatment and then of Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Thre« Mrs. Helen Bozworth Of Near Burlington Expires At Sanitarium BURLINGTON, Ind. — Mrs. Helen Bozwcrth, -18, of south of here, died at 5:30 a.m. Sunday at the Ross sanitarium near Lafayette, where she had been a .patient for the past year. Born Oct. 2, 1908, at Wilmer, Minn., to Mr. and Mrs. Osmond Sonderman, she was married in 1929 to Don Bozworth, who survives. She was a member of the Norwegian Lutheran church in Minnesota. Seven Fined In J. P. Court Five motorists and two truckerj were fined during the weekend in justice of the peace court here. Amos L. Turnbow, 26, Converse, was fined $25 and costs for having no PSCI authority, and" John E. Naphew, 40, Galveston, was fined the same amount for having improper PSCI lettering. Both wera arrested last Monday by Cpl. R. M. Deeter, state police PSCI officer. Ernest Sass, 22, of the local state hospital, was fined $1 and costs for failure to stop for a stop Surviving with the husband are| s j gni as a result of his arrest a a daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Perkins of Sharon; a son, Robert, Kokomo; two grandchildren; four sisters, Mrs. Eunice Classen and Mrs. Esther Williams of Minneapolis, Mrs. Marie Lange of Tacoma, Wash., and Mrs. Ella Lindberg, Rochester, Minn.; and two brothers, Ben Sonderman of Wilmer, and Alex of Portland, Ore. Friends may call after noon Monday at the Carter mortuary. Flora, where final rites will be held at 2 . ,, ... , ~.. Baalen, 8, u , route 1, Peru, suffered bruises "nd!P' m - Tuesday with the Rev. Phil- abrasions at 11:35 a.m. Saturday ''?„ Y™ Zancit officinling. Burial Saturday when she was hit by a car driven by William E. Dcmcrly, 24, of 1522 Smead street, as she darted across Sixth street just north of Market. She was treated at Memorial hospital and released. Autos driven by William'Barber, 2H, of 200 Highland street, and Herbert Musall, 69, route 1, Bur- nctlsville, were damaged slightly in a minor collision at 1 a.m. Sunday on Third street, just north of East Market. Cars operated by Emory Horlon, 43, Highlnnr 1 Park, Mich., and Wilbur Weimer, 36, route 2, Knijjhlslown, were damaged Sept. 9, 181)9, and was married in|west Market, just cast of Wilkin' to George Andrews. He died Super-Constellation suffered a fnUi neart attack while operating th..... IUIKC aircraft wit.li 2!) passengers I ' abonrrt Saturday night. His co-pilot look over control of .he plane from the dying pilot and made un emergency landing. The plnne was en route from plant expansion and modernization rj<l c ' mised thc mmle y sltun " to Denver, Colo,, when dipt. Hoi-Ion Hale, !i:i. New Hyde ark, N.y., was slrk'lton. Both men were in tile pilot's cnbln fit dual controls. cojpilot, dipt. I,.A. niiTird, made a safe; landing lifter Dale's iLlack. Another TWA pilot, Capt. 1'om I*! vans, who was riding as a pnimnniiKr on Un: flight, went lo the cndtpil to help remove Hal from his sent. Unit; is survived liy his widov and daughter, Sully, II. •1(1 .STARS NORTH KOJtKMONT, M/IH.I.— An American flag with only 1 .liars .loon will fly from » new flagpole on the village grew.. Th flag was mmle between 1007, whe Oklahoma bcrame the <liHh stall. nnd 1012, whim Now Mexico nn< Ihcn Amnna gained xlnlalionil. I wan presented to the town by th !nt« Men. George I'cclc. WHAT'S THE GOLDEN RULE UP TO NOW? I,<)Riinspni-t'.s Most Progrosxive Dojwrtmenl Store See Tuesday evening's PHAROS-TRIBUNE and Wednesday morning's LOGANSPORT PRESS for details! See our large Broadway show window June 19? OOtDEN RULB X09-415 E. BROADWAY DIAL 4166 Jordan Closes Down Its Cairo Embassy AMMAN, Jordan (UP)-Jordnn closed down Its embassy at Cairo Sunday in a further worsening of I Is relations with Ktfypl. Foreign Minister Snmlr Hlfne announced I ho decision after n four-hour ciibiiiel meeting presided over by King Hussein. Itlf/ii emphasised Uint the shutdown docs not mean a formal break In diplomatic relations, A stuff of Jordnnlnn diplomats will rcmnln in the Egyptian cnpltnl "to fn'Mlitiitfi -consular procedures" Iliful said. FIREMEN CALLED City firemen were called to Fourth and Enst Melbourne at 5:45 p.m. Saturday when the carburetor on n car driven by Roscoe Shackleford, 3()3 Western avenue, backfired and caught fire. ENTRY ATTEMPTED An nUuiiiHlod hnink-ln ,u, Tim- wliiku'/i i>ltl shop, 317 Fourth slree-l, was discovered Snturdny. The IwMiinent had heen enlered through a eoiil chute and pry murks were fiiiiml on'the door to the store ill. lho head of the stairs. in 1951. Survivors ore four sons, William ,!.' of Buffalo, Arthur of Lognns- poi-t, George of Great Falls, Montana, and Everett of Abilene, Texas; two (laughters, Ethel Tim- puny of Philadelphia and Tlutli Dadig, Ft. Wayne; nnd 10 grandchildren. In preparing nn oven menl, cov er moist cookery dishes. Othci wise, the escape of steam wl make Ihu food dry and scoichc( .son street, at (! p.m. Sunday. .Both were headed east and Norton slopped in a line of traffic, but Weimer failed to halt and hit the rear of the Horton car. Mrs. Jlonnlri Horton, 32, Flint, Mich., was shaken up in the mis- Imp but apparently not seriously hurl. week ago Sunday by State Trooper Richard Keyes. Ralph Beck, 22, route 1, Tipton, was fined $10 and costs and Larry Ellison, 19, Oakford. Ind., was fin- cd $5 and costs, both for speeding. Both were arrested by Trooper Larry Wagenknecht, Beck on Saturday and Ellison on June 4. Claude Ireson Jr., 26, route 3, Russiaville, arrested Friday by Trooper Wagenknecht for speeding in a 30-mile-an-hour zone was fined SI and costs, the same fine accessed Morris Katz, 24, Hamilton, Canada, who was arrested Sunday afternoon for improper passing by Trooper Elton Bodcy of the Peru post. Nine-Year-Old Hurt In Bicycle Accident Born Muy J, ]tl!)5, Ind., , to Everett W. will be in the Sharon cemetery. Former Peru Resident Expires in Michigan PERU, Ind. — James B. Sims. 62, a former Peru resident, di6d early Saturday at his Oak Park,, Mich., home after nn illness of a',, Torr y Marks, 0. son of Mr. and year. He moved from here lo Oak'" Park 15 years ago. nt Cyclone, nnd Minnie (Bolduan) Sims, he was married in 1929 to Sallie Stover, who survives. A World War 1 veteran, be was a member of the Elks, Moose and Eagles lodges and the American Legion. Surviving with the widow are n son, James li. Jr. of California; and his step-mother, Mrs, Bessie Sims of here. Friends may call nfter 7 p.m.., ... Tuesday nt the Drakc-Klnwcrs cha- In WreCK Near Peru pel, where final rites will he hold! PEHU, Ind. — Gladys Marie at 2 p.m. Thursday with the Hov.iWhite, 16, of Forest, suffm-d fa- Mrs. Jack Marks, 421 Second street, was treated a! Memorial hospital Sunday night for injuries suffered in a bicycle accident at 0:45 p.m. The boy was riding hU biko down College Hill when he apparently lost control, hitting tho curb and throwing him lo tho sidewalk. Ho suffered bruises, abrasions and lacerations in this muihap. He was released after treatment nt the hospital. Forest Girl Is Hurt PLAN SCHOOL MKKTING PERU, Ind.—Township trusteesJFnmkforl. and advisory board members of Allen, Union, Perry and liichland townships will meet, at B p.m. Tuesday nt the Deedsville school James Forlier in charge. Burial will be In Hie Itunnclls cemetery nt ACIB Indigestion? FOR QUICK, SAM KILIIF TAKi TUMS •I tUfl YOU Oir TNI OtIOINAi TUMS •tin oiytv JO* ...WOITH * MMION WHIM VOU HMO THIM •|1 '" j k 1 ,' 1 .'•'•.v another nemo at s«n»ational sale pr!c«* If all you need It a bit of control—then all you n»»d It FIX (girdle) or PIXIE (panll*)'. Th«y fll Ilku a hug, smooth you In, neaten your whole figuro. And mada ol tuch light stuff—2-woy stretch knitted yarn—you never know you're wearing them, Quick,> buy 'em up at this out- ' standing sole price I Whllt wily, Sl»i Knoll, moJIvm, lore*, extra large. Two Graduate Corsclicrs Cor»et Dept. GOLDEN RULE SECOND KOOR DIAL 4\6(t to discuss the proposed school district reorgnni/.ntion. Jefferson township officials have also been invited. HUBCAPS TAKEN Fred Morris, 925 Kimlley streot, late SnUirdiiy reported t.o city police that two hubcaps were taken from his car, parked in front of hi.s homo. UK> previous night. cial injuries when the pickup truck she was driving collided with n ear driven by Dale N. Conk, W, rnulu I. Peru, throe miles east uf hero nn the Kric pike at 5:45 a.m. Saturday. She wns treated nt Dukes hosjiiu al fi>r the nose and lip injuries. Stalo Tnmper Ward Oillinn salt! both drivers' vision was obstructed by weeds. the Brides 'who get the Oift» <hey really want are those who use our t'Afl'cr you have chosen your silver pal lorn, from our vasr selection of famous brands, we will iecoid il in our Bridat Reg is hy We'll list Hie pieces you parliailar'y want . . . show it lo your friends who come gill-shopping for your wedding'. 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