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Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, June 24, 1957
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Twelv* Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune TV Programs MONDAY EVENING 6:00—Channel 4 Rascals Weather News News News " Nat Cole Robin Hood News News Lone Ranger Showcase Burns-Alien Channel 6 Channel 3 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 S 3:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 8:30—Channel 4 Charmei 6 Channel 8 fl: 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 Chanpel 8 11:00—Channel 6 11:30—Channel 6 .Firestone Talent Scout Press ConJ. Showcase Lucy Welk Montgomery ' Dec. Bride Studio 1 Wire Service Annapolis Capt. Grief Stage 7 News Playhouse DAILY RADIO PROGRAMS __,. _ , (AH Listings Central Dayllrnt Time) WM4Q WBBM (780) WLS WSAL (1230) MONDAX EVENING 8:00 Drtitr t:li Bui. N» 1:30 Newi . run. Josh Brady Sports Anderson 7:»» News 7:15 Symphony 7:30 Symphony 7:45 Symphony News Market* News News-Sports News Sports Heatter .Hennessey Anderson Anderson Suspens* Suspense Heatter Lewis . Firestone Firestone .Lewis Serenad* Mystery Mystery 1:00 Telephone HrNew» V 8:15 Telephone HrTBA » 8:30 TEA Music Hall t:tl TBA Music Hall News Music Hall Mantovanl Mantovanl Bob & Ray Bob.Hay Bob.Ray Serenade 9:00 New« 9:15 Chan 9:30 Chan 9:45 Chan Bellalrs-Cleary E. Q. Lewis R, Q. Lewis New* Imagination Rest Haven Rest Haven News Nile Watch Kite Watol. Nile Watch 10:00 News 10:16 Night DMk 10:30 Night-Desk 10:45 Sports Weltzel Mercler Weltzel Weltzel Rudy Rhythm Rudy Rhythm News Music News Nlte Watch Nile Watch Nlte Watch TUESDAY MOKNING 1:00 Drier • New* S.-1S Chicago CiUL Jim Conwiy I:JO Chlcaco .CalL Qold Cout 1:45 News Brady Breakfast Citrb • Breakout Club Breakfast Club Breakfast Club New* • Muslo - MUBlO Muslo 9:00 Bandstand Arthur Godfrey' True Story Record* 9:15 Bandstand Arthur Godfrey True story Devotion* 9:10 Bandstand Arthur Godfrey News Mews »:4S Bandstand Arthur Godfrey Girl Marries Melodic* 10:00 Bandstand 10:15 Bandstand 10:30 Bandstand 10:45 Bandstand News Movies I Late Show ll:80 J. HbYtman Arthur Godfrey Arthur Godfrey Eloise & Josb How. Miller Whispering St*. Woman's Wor! Jack Paar News Martha Crane Woman's World Queen-Day Queen-Day Weather Tonight TUESDAY AFTERNOON CDT 4 Sight Markets News-Weather News Farm-Home RFD 4 Club 60 World Turns 4 Sight Miss Brooks Beulah Tenn. Ernie House Party Film 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 5:30—Channel 6 5:15—Channel 6 11:45 Duchesa Wendy Warren • Backstaffe Helen Trent Gal Sunday News Millie Market* Market* Words M. Connidlne Carroll Co. Bullet! nil TUESDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 Nowa Nora Drake Now* Wewa 12:16 M. MerryfleWMa Perkins Market* Co. Ext. ll-.SO H. MerrytleldNews Dlnnerbell Farm corner 12:45 Merryflold Road ot Life Dlnnerbell 'Farm Corner 1:00 News Mows 1:1! Jim M1J1« Mrs. Burton 1:30 Worn. In HsStrlke Rich 1:45 Dr. Gentry Entertainment Nows-Marketa Schooltlme Queen-Day Queon-Day Play Ball PJay Ball Baneball Baseball 2:00 Kavftt 2:15 Matinee 2:30 Hilltop 2:46 Pep XounB House Party House Party Dr. Malone. Lucky Ladles News Jack Paar Music Music Baseball Baseball Ban eh all Jjaaoba.ll 3:00 News Jim Conway 3:15 Bill Goodwin View News 3:30 Bill Goodwin Cold Coast 3:45 Bill Goodwin Tak« Break News Muslo Hall Capt. stubby C-;t. Sbubby Banobn,U Baseball Bancball Hcorehoard 4:00 News 1:10 .Mil!n 4:30 Sports 4:45 Howard Paul Gibfton Paul Gibson Paul Glbfion Josh Brady Newa Polka Time Polka Party Off Record Newn Teen Tunes Teon Tune* 6:00 News Magazine Bob 4 Ray Tune Time 6:15 Howard Harrington, K»we Bob & -Ray Want Ad» G:30 Howard Sports Bob & Hay Pub. Bervlon 6:45 News Lowell Thomaa News WonQors Theater!Daughter of Diplomat Payoff Bock Home in Sweden STOCKHOLM (UP) —Christina Wennerstrom, 16, a Swedish diplomat's daughter v/ho ran away with a U.S. Senate page, arrived home Crosby Queen Bright Day Secret Storm Movietime Edge ot Romances Movie Time Chapel Door Life ot Christ Stu Erwln What New? Mickey Mouse Early Show Superman Cartoon Coast Fights Grasshoppers Four Persons Hurt In City Auto Mishaps Four persons were injured, apparently none seriously, in three weekend auto accidents in Logansport. Richard Ross. 31, of 1008 Seventeenth street, is in Memorial hospital with bruises suffered at 1:25 a.m. Sunday when his car hit a light pole at East Melbourne avenue and King street, smashing the front end of the car. Ross told officers the lights of an engine at the Wabash depot, headed wes.t, blinded Him as. he drove east on Melbourne, causing him to hit the pole. Donna Wegert, 5, suffered a bruised mouth when the car in which she was riding, driven by her mother, Mrs. Jeanette Wegert, 38, 418 Eighth street, collided with one driven by Robert Cochran, 18, of route 3, at Twenty-first and George streets at 7:35 p.m. Sunday. Illinois Men Killed In Light Plane Crash HAKDINSBURG Ky. (UP) — Three Illinois men Sunday when then- were killed light plane crashed in a wooded area on a farm near here. State police identified the victims as Harold E^Saylor 46 and Richard 'Franklin Lippert 20 both of Pekin, 111., afid ' Willard Bates, about 30, Washington, TO. The plane a single-engine Piper- 198 was completely demolished when it crashed in a thickly wooded area on a farm about three miles northeast of here Sunday morning. Three Hurt As Car Hits Farm Wagon ROCHESTER, Ind.—Three pe<K pJe were injured when.a car hit a wagon drawn by a farm tractor a mile south of Fulton on state Cochran was headed south on road 25 at 5:30 p.m. Saturday. Twenty-first and failed to stop for the Wegert car, pulling west into the intersection from the curb just east, police said. The youth was charged with failure to yield the right-of-way. The girl was treated at Memorial hospital and dismissed. > Mrs. Ruth Ann Reese,. 26, of route 6, suffered a'bump on her right arm when the station wagon she was driving' collided with a car driven by Herman Fisfher, 78, Joplin, Mo., at Third and East Market streets at 7:55 p.m. Sunday. South Korea Demand Arms SEOUL CU)P—Defense Minister Kim Yong Woo.demanded Sunday that South Korean defense forces get 4he first new weapons brought in under the United Nations Command decision to "restore military balance" on the peninsula. Kim Said the ROK forces guard most of the, truce line and therefore should have "priority" in getting new weapons along with United States troops. His demand was contained .in a statement on the fourth anniversary of the Korean War outbreak. At the same time government officials . rejected proposed talks with Communist North Korea and said the only way to achieve Korean unification is through force. They said North Korean Premier Kim II Sung's suggestion for an immediate conference is "nothing but tlve same old hollow propaganda." Fischer's on the chest. suffered a An auto owned by Hazel King, 115 Eleventh street,' rolled down Eleventh street from where it was jprked in front of her home and lit a car owned by Merrill Miller, .101 East Broadway, parked in front o£ his home at 5:50 p.m. Saturday. Huntington Youth Hurt Red Warships In Suez Canal PORT SAID Euypt (UP)—fwo Soviet destroyers and a lied fieet tanker thi-ir crews in salute on duck gleamed into the Sue-/. Canal Sunday and received a noisy wol- cornc from Egyptian harbor craft. The throe Soviet ships joined a southbound convoy for the Keel Sea terminus ot Sue/, shortly aflr;r a i;.S. Xavy destroyer the 2050- ton IJ.S.S. McUowan passed through the waterway northbound to this Mediterranean tcrrninus. The Russian vessels were lh« first Soviet warships lo transit Iho 103-mile waterway Kino; it was re- opcnod under .Egyptian t c r nt) x after the Sue/, crism. The destroyem numbered 77 and 1'A wore Kluaminx in dark j/,''ay jiaint. They flew the hammer anc tickle Red flag at .'item and mant. Kadi shattered tho sultry air with three tnumlorouK blasts their whistles a« they entered tho harbor of J'ort S;iid to join 10 other ships In a convoy. The Tt was first followed by tho 71) and tlie tanker. meet again, "These young people W'ill not meet again if. I can prevent it," Col. Stig Wennerstrom, Swedish air attache in Washington, told newsmen at Stockholm Airport. He met Ohristina and her mother in Copenhagen on their way from -the United States. Wenneratpom blamed the mother of former Senate page Huw Williams, 18, for helping her son <a- cape with Christina on the two- wet-k elopement, in the United States and Canada, during which they tried In vain to got married. Success comes before work only in the dictionary. against hoppers which invaded a 7,000- acre Santa Maria area in what was called the worst outbreak in recent years. Highway authorities" joined the fight whon tlic »rass3ioppons, not" content with stripping corn, hoan and alfalfa fields, started chewing on more than $100,000 worth of plants placed along U.S. 101 for erosion control. District Highway Engineer A.M. Naash closed the coast highway for a snort time Saturday while planes •sprayed a 10-mile section between here and Los Alamos witih inseetl- side. Tho infoslatUm was described as .caw. CUP) -j In Deer Creek Crash engineers, A ]5;year . oUI Huntington boy a with injuries suffered in an auto accident just south of Deer Creek late Saturday afternoon. Dennis Young, the son of Mrs. Blanche Young of Huntington, suffered a slight concussion, a broken right leg and abrasions on his body in the wreck. He was a passenger in a cor driven by Dick Fundcrberl, 111, I route 1, Huntington, who was char- Seriously hurt were Lyman King, 35, route 6, Rochester, the tractor driver, and Mrs. Wilma Fern Kreighbaum, 26, Plymouth, driver of the .auto. Both are in Woodlawn hospital here. King suffered a skull fracture, a fractured pelvis, a cut over one while the Plymouth woman sustained multiple lacerations and a possible spinal fracture. Mrs. Kreighbaum's husband, Dean, 31, suffered a cut on his right temple but was released after treatment at the hospital. Deputy Sheriff Dick Dickson said both vehicles were headed south when the car hit the wagon, throwing King from the tractor. The Mrs. Willo Dillon, 78, Is Claimed By Death FLORA, Ind.—Mrs. Willa Anna Dillon, 78, died at .8:30 a.m. Sunday at the Logansport state hospital. She had been a patient in state hospitals for the past 29 years. Born Dec. 2, 1878, in Virginia, to Daniel and Lizzie (Altick) Sink she was married to Jesse Dillon who died Feb. 13, 1948. . She was a member of the Brintf- hurst Methodist church. Survivors are a granddaughter; Mrs. Robert Graf of here; four great-grandchildren; five brothers, Russell Sink of Burrows, Goldie of Logansport, Virgil of Camclcn, Com of here and Floyd of Klrklirr and a sister, Mrs. Ella Landis of inp, j.t.ntf, LAuni uiiv t.1. ubk-ui,. j-Jiitjiiuu u tuaivi, jYii B. Eiilil JjUnQjS 01 wagon ran over the farmer, who Minor, N. D. A son, James, died was under the front ot the car Jin 1929, and a brother and'three when it stopped 88 feet from the point of the impact. The driverless p traclor went across the highway, through a fence, into a lane and back toward the scene after hitting two more fences, before it was stopped by an unidentified person. The auto waa a total .loss and damage to the tractor wus estimated at $150." Traffic, was blocked for half an hour, according to Deputy Dickson who investigated with State Trooper Milford Buck. Monday Evening, June M, I93T. Funeral Services Set For Auto Crash Victim PERU, Ind. — Rites for David 0. Ritchie Jr., 16, of 302 West Third street, who was killed in a one-car crash south of here Fri day evening, will be held at 9 a.m Monday in St. Charles' Catholic church, of which he was a mem 1 her. . • The youth, who suffered multi pie fractures of his skull in the wreck, had just completed -his sophomore year at Peru high school. Born March 5, 1941, at Springfield, Ohio, he was the son of David 0. and Eleanor (Grosh) Ritchie. The family came here from Decatur, 111., in 1946. Surviving with the parents is a sister, Rose Mary, 14, at home. Chad Ballard Jr., 15, route 1, Peru, who was believed to have escaped Injury in the crash, was taken to Dukes hospital for treatment of. shock and X-rays. TWO MHVEns FINED Jomus A. Emert Jr. of Docatur, 111., und Cecil M. Ellison, Utica, Mich., were fined .fl.' and costs ged with reckless driving by State aplccu In justice ot tho peace court Trooper Gone Mills following the'here Saturday evuning after they mishap. general In this area, wlUi the worst Invasion involving 25 to 30 larma around Santa Maria, Garey, Slsquoc and Los Alamos. wuro arrested that clay by,State lay call after 7 p.m. Monday at the Leiler mortuary here and funeral services will be held there at 2 p.m. Tuesday the Rev. Walter Curtis in charge. Burial will be in the Mussclman cemetery. Girl Bumped By Car At Drive-In Theatre Miss Marilyn Riccinrdi, ill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rlcclurtli, 1317 Wright street, Buffered a severe bruise on her chest Saturday night when she was >umpc(l by n car while she was working ul the drive-in .theatre, whoro she in n tlclcct-lnkcr. X-rays were tultcn at St. Joseph's hospital, after which she Trooper John Gaylor for improper * passing. Death Claims Maude Jones Mrs. Maude Delia Jones, 82, of Star City, died at 4:45 a.m. Sunday at St. Joseph's hospital here after an illness of several months. A native of Carroll county, she was born Sept. 2, 1874, to George and Rebecca (Hendrickson) Gcier, and was married to John Jones. He died in 1938. Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Eunice Crane of Star City; and three sisters, Miss Belle Geier of here, Mrs. Mary Parish of Winamac and Mrs, Nellie Anderson of Hobart. A Star City resident for 50 years, she was a member of the Royal Neighbors. The body is at the Kennedy funeral home, Winamac, where final rites will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday with Uie Rev. If. F. Bulger of Kewannu in charge. Burial will be in the Star City IOOF cemetery. Arrest Out-of-town Drivers for Speeding Richard Bennett Jr., 40, of West Bond, Wis,, was arrested at 12:30 a.m. Sunday by Stato Trooper Richard Keyes four miles north of here on U. S. 35 for speeding. Clocked at 80 miles an hour, lie posted forfeit bond of $24.75 to cover a fine of $10 and costs in city court. Henry Norton, of Tennessee, posted forfeit bond to cover a $5 fine and $1.4,75 costs in city court after he was arrested by city police lata Friday night for speeding. Ho wns clocked at 45 miles an hour on Broadway, » 30-mil*an-hour zone. Arthur Pernod, 58, Fairmount, Ind., was arrested Sunday afternoon at Galvesten for disregarding a stop sign, by Trooper Keyes, and he posted $15.75 to cover a fin» of $1 and costs in city court Auto Strikes Utility Pole Power was disrupted in th» Twelve Mile area Saturday evening when Miss Helen Simpson, 22, of Peru, lost control of her car at a corner and broke off a utility pole. Miss Simpson and her rather, Paul B. Simpson, who was riding with her, were unhurt. The mishap at 7:40 p.m. caused an estimated $200 damage to the car. Deputy Don Armstrong and State Trooper John Gaylor,- who investigated, said Miss Simpson ' lost control at a corner two miles . north and a mile west of Twelve Mile, tearing down some fence on the Glenn Pearson farm before hitting the utility pole. One Car Is Damaged In River Road Crash An estimated $200 damage was done to a 1956 model car driven by Samuel F. Davis, 47, route 3, when It went off the south river road in White City, hitting a mail box owned by Stella Bingaman, route- 3, at 8:05 p.m. Sunday. Davis said a car passing him torced him off on the right side as he drove east and, in pulling back onto the road, got too far (he other way, going off on the left side. Boy Injures Wrist In Fall From Tree Michael F. McDowell, 10-year- old son of Mr. and Mrs. Domild K, McDowell, route 4, city, suffered a possible fracture of his left wrist ate Sunday afternoon in a full Vom a tree at liis home. liB youth, who is confined lo St. Joseph's hospital for treatment, vas climbing on a rope, which >rokc, causing him to fall, •SUICIDE IS VERDICT SOUTH BEND (UP)-Or. K.S. Shelly, St. Joseph County coroner las returned a verdict of suk'ido n tlic death of Alburt F. Voordc,' 2, brother of South Bond Mayor Edward F. Voordc. Voordo's body was fmmd in Ills car on n county •oad last Thursday wtlh a bullet lolc In his head. A gun wan found icjinby. Read the Classified Ads Mother of Monticello Priest Taken By Death MOJWCKU/), Ind. — niton for Mni. Nora Kosiielman, 81, mother of the Kev. Kr. Koliert Fomelman pii/flnr of Our Luiiy ot llm l.uken church here, will be held »l 10 a.rn. Monday in the church. Final services will be held at !) a.m. Tuesday at tlic Kroufjcr homo in Himtinjjkm. .She diwJ at 7 p.m. Saturday at Bio church rectory here. A former Huntington raddcnl, she wax born Oct. 2«, 11171!, In IlunllriKliin county, to Charles and Catherine (Zehrincer) llrown. Surviving with tlio local priest an: another son, Kr. David Kos ttf.lmun of 1'nrllanii, Ore.; throe «lau#hl<;ni, Mni. liwitrici- ('MX of Chicago, Mrs. Claire Lehncn of .La- fiiycUe, and Mr«. Kloino Carml- chael (>( HiinlliiKLon; five grandchildren; four Hreiil-Ki'antlchlMren; UiriHj brothers and a sister. Her Jmsbawl, Martin, diod In 11)211 .und a KIIH, John, In al.'io deceived. Albert Bolen, Retired Brickmoson, Succumbs Albert lioleii, fl.'f, u iMKunKporl rr.'»l(k-nl mo«l of his life, liloil Jiere at 1 p.m. Sunday. A retired brlckrnason and a vnt- oran of World War I, he wns born May in, JIKM, In Gas City, tho son of (iuurge and Itaebdle (Jfimex) jiolen. Survivors are Iho widow, Blanche; two soim, Harry of here ant! George of Kdwnrdftburg, Mich.; a daughter, Mrs. Kugcno Shepherd ul Lancaster, Ohio; five grandchildren; two bvotheni, Charles of here and Arthur of Burrows; a sister, Mrs. Kdith Day, Phoenix, Arl/.; and several nieces and no- plums, J''riund» may call after 7 p.m. Monday ul tho Krouger [uneral homo, Kllca arc pending. i EJBIROAIDWAY OPfihi DAILY 9 TO 5. WED. 9 TO 12. SAIT. 9 TO 9. j i jf • ^ — -;*• g| " • • A ' '• • ' ' •' f .O_ get 4 tires for the price of 3 or buy singly at 25% off WARDS THRIFTY RAYON TIRE 60 6,00-16, no-trad* /rrt pric« 15.45 Sam* quality at tiroi used on fln.it 1957 cart. *Plu« *xcl>« tax. and trade-in lira. FUL1Y GUARANTEED Ward* Rivmnid* Mounted FREE! An exceptional fira volo«—built up to o standard of quality not down to a price. Full sfzo rayon cord body, full depth non-tkid tread for good mileage. 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