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Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, June 25, 1957
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Tuesday Evening, June 25, 1957. TV Programs TUESDAY EVENING CDT «:«>—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 »: 00—Channel 4 Channel 8 9:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 10:00—Channel 6 Channel 8 10:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 10:45—Channel 4 Channel 8 11:00—Channel 6 11:30—Channel 6 DAILY RADIO PROGRAMS (All Listing.-! Central Dayllgnt Time) VVMAQ WBBM (780) WLS WSAL (1230) TUESDAY EVENING i Rascals Weather News News News J. Winters Name Tune News News I 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. Martin Kane News Playhouse .News Movies Late Show 1 Weather j Tonight 6:00 AloxDreier Bell-Airs News News 6:15 Bus. News News Weather SDorts 6:30 News Sports News Hea.tt«r 6:40 1 Man's Fan Anderson News News 7:00 News 7:15 UIldersleBV 7:30 Nlghtlina 7:<!5 Nlghtline Anderson Anderson Peril Peril News Music News Opera Lewis Serenade Mystery Mystery 8:00 News 8:ir, Nlehtllne S:30 Nlirtitlina 8:45 Nishtllno News World Sports Muslo Hall Fun Time Fun ' Timn News Mantova-nt Bob & Ray Bob & Ray Bnb & Ray Big Bands 9:00 News 3:15 Chan 9-.SO Chun 8:45 Chan News Anderson RobL Q. Robt. Q. News Heatter Haven of Rest Haven ot Rest News Nitewatch Nltewatch 3-Star Final L0:(ro News Town Crier 10:15 .N'lRht Desk Weltzel 10:30 NlKtu Desk News 10:45 Sports Alercler Kudy Rhythm Rudy Rhythm News Music Nltewatch Nitotvatch Nltewatch Nltewatch WEDNESDAY MORNING 8:00 Alex Dreler Harrington, NewsBreaklast Club Now» 8:15 Chicago Call. Jim Conway Breakfast Club Rise & Shine 8:30 Chicago Call. Gold Coast Breakfast Club Ads 8:45 News Breakfast Breakfast Club Rise & Shine 9:flO News Arthur Godfrey My True Story Riao & Shine P.-I5 Truth-Conseq.Arthur Godfrey Mv True Story Kiss i- Slilna 9:30 Bandstand Arthur Godfrey News News-Melodle; 9:45 Bandstand - Arthur Godfrey Girl Marries Melodies 10:00 News 10:15 Bandstand 10:50 Bandstand 10:45 Bandstand Arthur Godfrey Arthur Godfrey Eloise-Josn Howard Mi'jler Whisper Sts. Tello-Test News M. Considlne Woman's Worl Woman's Wor] Quoen-Day Queen-Day U:0t News 11:15 J. Holtman 11:30 J. Holtman 11 :4o Duchess News News Backstage Wlf» Consldlne Helen Trent Mancets Gal Sunday Markets Words Hecord Shop Carroll Co. Carroll Co.- WEDNESDAS AFTERNOON 12:00 News 12:15 Merrj'field 12:3f Merryfleld I2:4ii Morryfleld Nora Drake Ma Perkins News Road of Life Noon tlmo News News I-ilve&tock MarketlCo. Extension Dlnnerbell Farm Corner Dlnnerbel] Farm Corner WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON (CDT) 12:00—Channel 6 Channel 8 12:15—Channel 6 Channel 8 12:30—Channel 6 Channel 8 3:00—Channel 8 1:30—Channel 4 Channel € 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 3:43—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 1:00 News News 1:15 Confessions MI-H. -Burton 1:30 Worn. In .Hso Strike It Kk-h 1:45 Dr. Gentry Entertainment Summaries Play Ball Happiness Rd. Piny Ball News UaMelmll Quoen-Day Baseball . Markets News-Weather Farm News Farm-Home Club 60! World Turns I Miss Brooks! IU Tenn. Ernie House Party Festival Matinee Payoll | Crosby Queen for Day Brighter Day Secret Storm Movie Time Edge ol Night Romances Movie Time Chapel Door Life oi Christ' Stu Erwin Cartoons Churchman Mickey Mouse Early Show Chuckwagoij 2:00 News 2:K> Matinee 2:30 Hilltop 2:4a Pep. Voung House Party House Party Dr. Maione ' Lucky Ladles Cross Country Baseball Jack Paar Baseball News . Baseball Wayne King Baseball 3:00 News 3:15 Goodwin 3:.tO Oqodwin 3:45 Goodwin Jim Conway Woman Vlewa Gold Coast Take Break News Lombardo Music Baseball Baseball Baseball Scoreboard 4:00 News 4:15 Jim Mills 4::iO Snorts *:15 Jim Mills Paul Gibson Paul Gibson Paul Gibson Shoo With Wl News Polka Party News • Polka Party Off Record Off Record Teen Tunea Teen Tunee 6:OC News News Wolk (:15 Wed Howard Harrington-News Welk 5:10 Wed Howard Snorts Nmvj* 5M5 Stone, News Lowell Thomas Nuws Tune Time Want Ads Memorial Hos Wondors Ike Urges Fight For States' Rights WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (UP) —! willing to assume and finance. President Eisenhower -invited the nation's governors Monday night to join the administration in forming a "task force" to strengthen and preserve states' rights. He said action along this line is needed to "avoid drifting irretrievably into the grasp of soir.e form of centralizel government." Noting that in recent times "the pendulum of power has swung from our states to the central government," the President recommended that a federal-state "task force" be created to: -Designate functions now per- —Recommend adjustments in heard during discussions on high- federal and state taxes to enable the stales to assume such functions. —Assign specific 'functions and responsibilities in fields in which joint federal-state a-ction is necessary. Eisenhower flew to this historic Virginia city from Washington to address the 49th annual Governor's Conference on a subject that is dear to the hearts of the state executives. formed by the federal government I Earlier in the day, Gov. Thomas which the states are ready and'B. Stanley of Virginia .keynoted Report Allies In Agreement On Arms Plan Say Nuclear Differences Ironed Out On American Disarmament Proposal LONDON (UP) — The United! States and its Allies have ironed I out tlieir nuclear differences and now are in "practically total agreement" on the new American disarmament plan, authoritative sources reported Monday. They said a week .of intensive consultation here resolved the quarrel over details that sent U.S. disarmament delegate Harold Stassen back to Washington two i ?' uesda y at ' he Goodwin mortuary Former Peru Resident- Succumbs At Frankfort PERU, Ind.—Services for Mrs. Katherine Lipsett, 70, Miami county native and former Peru resident who died at 10:40 p.m. Sunday at the home of her son, Hugh, in Frankfort, will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Allen funeral horns here. Born Feb. 24, 1887,- to Charles and Bianca (Jenkins) Rees, she was married Sept. 21, 1910, to Jay f-'P S6lt uHe dined * ™™ r ° " le 14 . Peru Christian Science church, she resided here until two years ago.~ Survivors are the son; seven grandchildren; three great-grandchildren: two brothers, Fred Rees of Frankfort and Don of Peoria; and a'sister, Mrs. Homer Weaver, Los Angeles, Calif. the conference by attacking Eisenhower's federal school aid program as "totally' unwarranted." Other grousing over federal intervention in state functions was way and school problems. But New Jersey Gov. Robert B. Meyner Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Fiv« Newlyweds Are Jailed For Disorderly Conduct City police jailed three persons, including two "uewly-weds", as a result of an altercation Monday evening at the Angler's Paradise, 311 South Third street. Arrested on disorderly conduct charges were John Serls, and Harold Miller, 52, of the Union Hotel. Ser'.s told officers he and his wife had been married just Monday. told his colleagues "we have to 4} 1404 W oodlawn avenue; his wlf' give up some .of our rights to get • -this-tremendous job done." Eisenhower pot the blame squarely on the states for much of the loss of their ' traditional responsibilities and rights. He said the federal government could never' had '.'-syphoned away state authority" without the "neglect, acquiescence or unthinking cooperation of the states themselves." of Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Ellis of Knox and Carl Henry Redlin Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Redlin Sr., of RensseJaer. Miss Phyllis Ann Bechinskl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bechinski of Michigan City, and Duane Jackson Smith, son of Paul A. Smith of Rolling Prairie. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Short and daughter, Lorain, and granddaugh- Arrest Driver After Wreck 'James H. Howe, 21, of SOff Sherman street, was charged with driving without an operator's license after a one-car wreck at 5:10 p.m. en( l in 'he home of Harry McCon/ Monday on old U. S. 24 cast of| ne l and sisters. Wmamoc Eugene Elastic, who is a member of ROTC at Rose Polytechnic College, Terre Haute, left Friday for a six weeks training course at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. He had spent two weeks here at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Elastic. Guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shidler, Jr., were Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Martin and Mrs. Ruby Linback o( Peru. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Fletcher, of Greenville, Ohio, spent the week- here, two miles east of the Seven- Mile church. Rowe was slated by Deputy Sheriff bionel Davis, who investigated. The local man and two passengers in the car escaped injury, al-. though the 1949 model sedan was a! total loss following the mishap. Davis said Rowe was headed east and failed to make a curve, going off on the left side of the road. The car went into a ditch and struck a fence on the Ivan Bowyer farm The Rev. and Mrs. Truman Carter and daughter, Carolyn, and Miss Sue Peters left Monday for a two weeks trip through the Black Hills of South Dakota. Mrs. Lewis Boos and son, Paul, Friends may call until 11 a.m.Ion route 2, damaging 20 feet of Calls Korea "Death Trap" I.VDIANAPOLIS (UP) —American soldiers are sitting in a "Death trap" behind the armistice line in Korea, Sen. William E. Jenner IR-Ind.) charged Mon- City Police Slate Driver Carl Fowler, 17, route 5, city, •was charged with failure lo yield the right-of-way after the car he was driving collided with one driven by Garold Wilson, IB, of 115 Eighteenth street, at 4:10 p.m. Monday at Wheatland avenue and U.S. 24. Police said Fowler, headed east on Wheatland, struck the northbound Wilson car, which the Fowler youth said he failed to see. Cars driven by Clara Roller, 23, S14 Franklin street, and Paul Clawson, 51, 2304 North street, collided at Sixth and Market streets at 12:40 a.m. Sunday when the local woman tried to turn left in front of Clawson as both headed east, it was reported late Monday. Bob Ayres, 16 West Linden avenue, reported at 7:50 p.m. Monday that a hit-and-run driver had struck and damaged his auto, parked in 1 front of his home. Ayrca. who saw the mishap and tried to catch the offender, supplied police with the license number. Ayres lost the hit-run car while police tried to locate the two on the west side. day. Jenner said Communist forces vastly outweigh United Nations troops at the 38lh parallel despite the United States decision to begin an arms buill-up in South Korea. "Eighty thousand American boys are sitting in a death trap," Jenner told a lunchaon of Sigma Delta Chi journalism fraternity. He said South Korea troops number only 750,000, whi-le 800,000 North Korea and Chinese Communist soldiers are massed north of the line and another million Red troops are poised north of the Yaiu River. Jermer also attacked recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions which he said "gravely harass and hobble" the work of the Senate Internal Security Subcommittee, of which he is a member. Mrs. Maude Ager, 84, Of Peru Passes Away PERU, Ind.—Rites for Mrs. Maude Ager, 84, of 11 North Hood, who died at 3 p.m. Sunday at Dukes hospital, will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Eikenberry funeral home. weeks ago amid bitter protests he had given the Russians as much or more information about the secret plan as he had Britain, France 1 and Canada. S'-assen began formally unfolding | his plan last Thursday at the five- power United Nations ..disarmament subcommittee meeting here. His proposal for a military manpower cut lo 2V-! million men apiece by Russia and the United States drew hot criticism from the Soviet press Saturday. But Stassen planned to go aihead '.with further details of the program Born here April 13, 1873, to Dr. 'when the subcommittee resumes in Frankfort, and the body will be brought here Cor visitation after 7 p.m. Tuesday. Ina Mae Miller will be the reader at the services and burial will be in Mount Hope Cemetery. Frank H. and Mrs. Lorctta (Porler) Watkins, she was married in 1907 to L. E. Ager, who died in 1942. Her husband owned an op- erdated a leather goods store here for many years. She was a member of the First Presbyterian church. Survivors are a sister, Edith Watkins of here; a niece and two cousins. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. The Rev. James Gillespie will officiate at the services and burial will be in Mount Hope cemetery. sessions Tuesday. The American delegate proposed continuous daily sessions after Tuesday in order to present his outline and allow for discussion. Although the Russian press has attacked the plan as "a mountain ;of labor that produced a mouse," Mlss Soviet delegate Valerian Zovin lias been non-committal about it, apparently waiting for more detailed explanations. TRASH CATCHES FIRE Firemen at the west side station extinguished a trash blaze in the Glen Eshelmon, 50, Dies At Peru Home PERU, Ind.—Glen Eshelman, 50, died suddenly just before, noon Monday at his home, 334 Madison, from a heart attack. He had become ill earlier in the day. Firemen attempted lo revive him with a resuscitator before ho was pronounced dead. He was born Aug. 19, 1906, in Miami county to the Rev. Alvin and Laura Gerard Eshelman. In 1926 he was married to Alvcna Matis- ness. His second marriage was to Zelma Bender in 194G. Survivors are the wife; the father, of Peru; a daughter, Mrs. Paul Reddin, Zanesville; two step-daughters, Mrs. Arville Mannies, Peru, and Mrs. Wayne Draper, Wabash; seven grandchildren, and a brother, George. Fort Wayne. The body was removed to the Drake-Flowers mortuary, whore riles are pending. Second Miami Deputy Quits PERU, Ind. — Deputy Sheriff James McLeod resigned Monday to become an investigator for the stale Alcoholic Beverage Commission, the second resignation by a Miami county deputy in a week. James Ego was sworn .in Monday afternoon to replace Robert Hclvie who resigned last week to accept a position in the stale excise department, effective July 1. McLeod, whose successor has nol been named, will assume his new duties Tuesday, conducting a hearing here at 1 p.m. Thursday. Sheriff Arthur Johns mdVed back into the jail living quarters Monday as FcLeod and his wife, who had resided there for a year, moved out. which pulled in at the station at 6:59 a.m. Monday. The firemen ilso reported answering a false alarm turned in at the box at Fifteenth and Spear streets at 1:50 p.m. Monday. ID Student Sentenced To 10 Years In Prison SEYMOUR, Ind. (UP) - Van Thompson, 24, an Indiana University student, Monday was sentenced to 10 years in the Indiana Stale Prison after pleading guilty lo a charge of auto bandilry in o'ackson Circuit Court. Thompson, the alleged abductor of a 14-year-old Seyrnoru girl on March 27, was charged with kid naping shortly after the indicent. He was living in Oolumbus at the lime. The kidnaping charge was dismissed by the state after Thompson was sentenced by Judge John N. Lewis. HOW — SPARt Timt TRAINING PROGRAM PRfPARIS YOU AS A PRACTICAL or DENTAL «M»4 mail — t« r«c«lv« FREE BOOKLET NURSE rVeo Booklet tell« you tow 10 pre»«r» for the ur.llmlt.cl !ob opportunities ...ll.bt. to wom.n ot ill •«>. 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The boy was reportedly swinging on a clothesline at his home when he fell, breaking both wrists. He was rushed to the hospital by hia parents. the wiro fence. Peru Dispute Brings Fine PERU, Ind.—Clarence Seifcrt, 29, of 107 Graham avenue was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ed Boos and family. The Rev. and Mrs. Howard Bower and children, of Ft. Belvoir, Kewanna and Glon Farris of Sparta, Tenn., were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Farris and children. Jerry Mangold is spending a week in Gary with his mother, Mrs. Margaret Mangold. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ryan and children, Nancy and Dickie, of Anderson, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ryan. Sheriff Ralph Galbreath reports that a car belonging to Mrs. Amanda Bledsoe was stolon Saturday afternoon from where it was parked near the Winamac dairy. It was found early Sunday morning by the Chicago police, in Chicago. They have in custody three young boys who allegedly stole the car, drove it to Chicago and wrecked it. About $400 damage was done to the car. Last of Nazi War Criminals Freed WERL, Germany (UP) — Tha last three Nazi war criminals . Va., spent Sunday here. He is a | were released from the British war crimes prison here today and chaplain at Ft. Belvoir and was formerly minister of the Wi.namac Presbyterian church. They visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Ezra and in the evsning a picnic supper was held in their honor at Die home of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Baker and family. Those attending were Mr. and| Mrs. Clarence Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Harry McClelland and children, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kruziek and children,' Mr. and Mrs. Russell fined $16 in city court Monday (Mays and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. afternoon on disorderly conduct John Sharp, Rev. and Mrs. Mayo charges which, resulted from a i Smith, Keith and Marna Beth Three Army Corpsmen * n i n f iiyuen mcvruy, tu, iu,s j^aau ovcuiiu Are Burned By Steam i street; Jimmie Lee, 24, 2B West ___ Tenth sl ,. eeL . and Edgar Colwell) neighborhood dispute. Trespassing charges against Seifert were dismissed, as were charges of disorderly conduct and assault and battery against Paul Schoolman, 53, route 1, Peru. Eight motorists were fined S17.75 each for traffic offenses. They were Clayton Lowe, 20, Bunker Hill base; Herbert Shipman, 37, 4(i7 Adams avenue; James Wildrick, 23, 115.East Second, street; John McCready, 29, Detroit; Leo Ramsey, 81, 285 East Sixth street; Robert Newby, 26, 402 East Second INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Three Army medical corpsmen at Ft. Benjamin Harrison sustained third degree burns Monday by a blast of steam from an overhead pipe in the hall of the hospital. Described in "critical" condition were Pfc. George L. Wood Jr., 18, Indinnapoiis, and Sgt. 1-c [Jones, John and David Baker, Mary Franks, Mary Ann Barficld. Mrs. Bflrtha Sodervrick and Mr, and Mrs. Merle Ezra and children. Mr. and Mrs.- Lowell Taylor of Winamac and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Long ot Monterey spent several days last week on a trip through southern Indiana and Kentucky. Manage licenses issued in the past week were to: Mrs. Shirley Sena Griffith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Cook of Coopersville, Mich., and John Burmaflia, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Burmania of Byron Center, Mich. Miss Martha Sue Ellis daughter 54, Kokomo. back of a trash collection Iruck day according to word received i Eugene J. Bisekshi, 27, Anderson iirUifiK miMn^l J— ~i. iU_ _L_I : _! . fVin third cmrlin" a.lcn hll.«no'- here.. She was the sister of Mrs. Mildred Perry and Mrs. Vernra Swain of here and Raymond Flcener of Chalmers. Services will be held Tuesday, The third soldier, also burned critically, was not identified, pending notification of His family. Read the Classified Ads Americas Lowest-Priced Three Features Americas Lowest-Priced Full-Sized Station Wagon You get the comfort of a 6-passonger sedan (room for 8 with Hideaway aeat) . . . smart, functional styling . . . full power 6-cylinder engine ... up to 29 miles per gallon .,. 93 cubic /eel of carrying space. 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