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Thursday Evening, June 27, 1957. ROGRAMS WMAQ THURSDAY EVENING , (1230) «:00 Alex Drier *^"-Alrs <:15 Ba'Dess N«wsNo*tj «:JO New* Spores .Review S:*5 1 Man's Faco. Josh Erady 41 organ Weather News News 7:00 .Vews 7:15 Hope 7:30 .VlghUIna 7:4S NlghUine New* Sports Heatter Hennessey Anderson Anderson T-Men T-Men News Variety Music News Variety News Serenada Mystery Myatery 8:00 New* 8:15 DN 8:30 Westward 8:45 Westward News World Sports Music Hall Fun Time Fun Tlma News Maritovanl Bob & Ray Bob & Ray Bob & Ray Big Bands 9:00 News 9:15 Chan &:30 Ch,i n 9:45 Chan Newa Anderson R. Q. .Lewis R. y. Lewla News Jmaglnatlon Haven oj Rest Haven of Rest News 3-Star Final 18:00 New» News Khythym Ni^htwatch 10:la Night Desk Mercler Ithythym NlfftUwatch 10:30 Night Desk Town Crier Scotland 7d Nltfhtwatch 10:45 Sporta . Weitzei Scotland yd Nlghtwatch F1UDAX MORNING i;00 Orelcr. N«w» NeWB-Harrinctwn BreaKZasi «:li Chicago CaiL Jim Conway Breakfast S:ZO Chlcu-Ki. CalL Gold Coast Broitkfa&t &:<5 Barry. NHWB Breakfast Breakfast Club News Club MuHto Club Afls Club Hise & Shlno 8:00 News 1t:l'> Truth-Conn, 9:20 BandAtand 9:45 Bandstand, Arthur Godfrey Arthur Godfrey Arthur Godfrey Arthur^ Godfrey My True Story My True Story New a Ctrl Marrle» HI«e-Hhlno RUe-Shino . Melodies 10:00 Bandstand 10:15 Banda'.and 10:20 Bandstand 10:45 Badnt-and trthur Godfroy Arthur Godfrey Klolrte & Josh Howard Miller Whitp. Bts. Jack Paar N « vj n Mllllo W o m it n'« Woman's Queen-Day Qunen-Day 11;00 New* 11:16 Record* 11:30 Recordn 11:45 The Duch&si Wendy Warren Holen Trent Gal BunUay NQWB Murtna Crane Markets Weather Word,-) Jlecord Shop Jarroll Co. Carroll Co, FRIDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 N«w» 12:15 Msrryfleld 12:20 Merryflelrl 12:45 Merryfield Nora Drake Ma Perkln» Julian Bentley Itoad of Life N U Wft Mark eta Dlnn(;rhcll NflWM Co. ISrtennlon Farm Corner Farm Corner 1:0.0 NQWB Nuwa 1:15 Confffs«lon» Mrii. Burton 1:30 Woman In Ha'Strlke-ltlch 1:45 Dr. Gentry Mntfjrtalnment 2:00 Mown Houne 1'arty 2:15 Mailne* Hounr, party 2:20 Hilltop Dr. Malonn i:<S Peppor SfounuL/ucky LaUIefl 3:00 Nev/n l:\:, Jim Mllln 3:30 GooOwln «:45 Uuoilwln 4:00 Nftivu 4:15 Jim Mill. 4:80 Hport» 4:<! Jim Mllln 1:00 Ncwn S-.1C Wd'l Jlowara 5:30 Wuil Howard 5 ME Stonn, Ncwn Woman VIQWJI Maury MaKlll Qold Coant Tako u liroak J'aul (JlljBon I'aul Olbnon I'aul Olbtjon HhoopinK Nev/ii J',)i;i Harrington Kpf/rtn Lov^nll Tliomttn Markttn .\<!W« Quuen-Day Qu«cn-Day NBWB Ju-k Paar Nitww Wayne Kln« (;rim« Country I*ornt,ard'j V.-u-lr-ty Miinlo Variety Miinln Newn i'ollia Party .\'! vin Polka Pitrty W-ilk Wt:llt VVlrlk M«vv/:» i'lay Ball J-'lny Mall Bail c hall ]{aHoball llano liall JJaad/all fiU»'!t»l.ll IHittvliiM Jianobiill Jianuhall lia;if:ball Hcor'ilmard Oft Utcoril Off UccorH Toon Tuncn Tnnn Tunen TUIIQ Tlmo Want Ad« Hunker 11111 W&nrtor» TV Programs THUKSDAY 8:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 fl:lo—Channel 0 Channel li 6:30—Channel G Channel 8 6:45—Channel 4 •Channel G 7:00—Channel 4 Channel 8 Channel 8 7:30—Channel (1 Channel 8 8:00—Channel 4 Channel B 3:30—Channel 4 Channel (1 Channel I! 9:00—Channel 4 Channel (i 9:30—Channel 4 10:00—Channel 4 Channel (5 Channel i! 10:30—Channel 4 Channel ft Channel fl 10:45—Channel 4 Channel K 31:00—Channel R 11:30—Channel I! EVENING Kascals Weather News News News Dinah Shore •Sal. I'rc.'.lon News News Circus Tiina Wash. Sri. Bob Cumrriinc-i Wash. Sij. Climax Dan Thomas People's Choice Jiolfl .Journey Tenn. Krnie J'layhou.'je Lux Video Annapolis Town Mayor Stati: Trunper Cnunly H-KIW I'layhi'iincj Extradition Is Ordered INWANAJ'OMS (UP) — Pete McGalia, 45, who escaped from SmiUi Carolina State f'risun while- life cullrnatc, was tmm Inilhtnn term for killing a ordered extradited to South Carolina milled Jfarold W. return Ifandlty pcr- of McCJaha a telephone converwation with hl.f cxccutivb Bt-cretary, lUibcrt I''lnlt, frrnn Williamshnn;, Va,, where he in at'.i'iidinj; the Governor's Conference. l/.'imJ/Ry ;m<l South Carolina (lii!(:ij.','ic(l the matter lit WHIiarrm- buri.;, Kink iiaid. in Show Wua'nnr 'J'iini>;ht I'KIDAY AKTKKN'OON (CD'I'J J2:00—Channel (i Markf;ln Channel 8 Niswi-Weallicr 12: JS— Channel 11 J-'anri Ni:w-i Channel II Farm-Home. 12::i«—Oiamif-l (I Club HO Channel 8 l:.'i«—Channel 4 Channel II 2:00— Chaminl <1 Chiirini'l (i Clinnnitl « 2::W— ChannH il 3:W)-<;tiiiaairl (i Chaniicl II S:!.-!— 4:iianm:l II 3:.'lU— I'hanm:! 4 Chaiuir'l II 3:4r.— Chanixrl li 4:(W-i:haniii-l B 3: 45 — (-hiinncl (I Chaiini-I II 4:'M- Cli.'ianiil II ('h;inni'l 4 4:1. r .-Clianni'l 4 6:00— Channel 4 Chnnnirl II e:IS-XJIiiimn:l II I'ayulf Cro.'iljy Socnit Storin Movli: KdKi- Of NlKhl Koin.'jncir.'i Movie Honiari Cliajiul Dour J,if" nf fllirl-il Stu Krwln Oirlimn.i Chnrchiniu Ml''l(i:y MoiiM! Marly Klmw ChuckwaK'.Ti Logan Evalina Dies At Home Mm. Kvulliiii M. litiKiin, (III, nl I:MI (MM. WffliifMflay nl lii-r homr ( :izo Humphrey aired, allur <i li-iinlliy lllncHii. A unlive anil Hlellim: resident of Ca:i« I'ounty, ;ihn had bci:i] a tier of llin Mni'lii-l ,-ilrwil Mdhodliil clinrrli lor many yearn Horn July II, HUM, to Wall.itr uml O'lia (Illdcii ririiliaiii. nhc w.-i iiiarrii'il to William I'.. l.iiKnn, who illfil l)«f. il. l!ir>:i. Tlmy rcnlilfiil In thin cily f»r 111 yiiai'B. Survlvui'M ari! a daiiKhliT, Mi'H. Jicrlha Wilndii (tf rouli: ,'i; Iwo «on/t, Ji:.i«n of rotilo <\ niul Cecil of I12I Ki!Vf!iilfnnlh jilri-rl; II j/ranili'hll- dri'ii; m Hrnal-Kniiidclillili'i'ii; a jiiTal.jjri'al-i/ramli'hllfl; and a liniltier, .l«i/m ^raliaiii, of norir (ialvcaliin. A dauithlnr, Mm. Ocy HiMiili-rnoa, illi-il In |!M7 unil [wo tit •iiiuliiniiK were klllfd In Worlil W;ir II. l''fli'inltt may call after noon Tliurndiiy at I hi: Wolf funiM-id JIDIMB, Walton, wlmrc laul rllen will tir lifilil al ;i |i.m. /''rldny. Thu Itnv. II. II, llanbln'i'|.;r will ofliclnli- and liurlal will In- In Ihn CalvoiiLon cwiiclfry. <:AK HITS VKW.K A funi'ii ill IIDI lOria (IVOIIIIH, owned by tin- l,oi;an Kuol und Ice <',»., wan iliimaycil, appiii'itntly by n hll-iiiiil-riia ilrlvcr Hoiiiitliinir Tuesday nlxlil, II wan Mtporloil lo yolku Wcdneridtiy allernouii. Ohio Man Succumbs In Hospital At Peru I'KkU, Ind.—Alva llechlol, no, Minnpnlii.T, Ohio, a retlri'il Wabu»h i-iiilmail i-arpi-ntcr, (iiiid al 12:110 a.m. Weilini.'ida.y al. llus Wnlianh Kmplnyci! lio;ipil.al iiere of a lienrl ijiliiif:iil. Hi', had linen a pMleril al the lionpllal nix (!ay;i. Survivor:! arti hi;: widow, H!X chll- rlrcn, a iiiiilcr and nlni; uranilchil- ri:n. 'I hi: body wan lalcen 1.0 UK: Allen funeral hoirii: herd and lali:r IriniH- Fire Rockets From Florida Over Atlantic' Launching Of Two Missiles Seven Hours Apart Rocks Earth; Types Not fied Identi- Admits China Subjected To Blood Bath By Reds TOKYO (UP) — Red Chinese Premier Chou En - lai admitted Wednesday the Communists had subjected China to a years-long blood bath in which one out of every six Chinese arrested for counter-revolutionary activity was executed. , He said the executions, which CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. CUP) | Western sources have estimated in —Two huge missiles, believed tO |tnQ m iUj on s, were "absolutely nec- be the largest ever fired success- essary at the time." fully from this isolated Florida land spit, roared out over the Atlantic Ocean Wednesday with earth-shaking rumbles. The launchings were about seven hours apart, the first at approximately 5:10 a.m. and the second at noon c.s.l. Officials at nearby Patrick Air Force Base, in charge of the missile test program, declined to identify the type missiles fired or other details ot the launchings. Observers felt that the first rocket, at least, may have been the Army Redstone missile. It was noted during the night that the launching pad designated for the Redstone test was lighted up for the first time in weeks. H was known that both Ihe Redstone and Jupiter were available at the cenler for testing. Both are intermediate range rockets. The center also is charged with testing the Navy Vanguard rocket which has been designated to project the firs! man - made satellite into outer space late this year or early in 1058. Some observers said the sound of the two missile firings eclipsed that of Ihe giant intercontinental Alias, which was exploded shortly after launching two weeks ago because of a mechanical defect. Mrs. Nina Joslin whose Cocoa, Kla., home is near the launching site, said she watched the firul missile firing from her window. "There was a groal; plurne of white smoke stretching into Ihe skies and behind it Ihc morning sun was .shining, turning Lhc smoke trail to silver," she said. Uoth missiles went slraiRlit u.p from the launching pad liicn lev- riled off in high-altitude flight over Die Atl«;illc Ocean, Iwivinj; of smoke near Iho ground vapor Invils aloft. Chou's recitations of the killings which began when the Reds took over the Chinese mainland in 1949 came in the midst of a 30,000 word report he delivered to the annual meeting of the National Peoples Congress whieh opened in Peiping. It was broadcast by the New China News Agency.. Much of the speech was devoted to a Unite bitter denunciation of the States but also contained the first official admission that China had been hit during the past year by the "worst natural calamities" in several decades. . They "were, he said, "indeed a severe test," Reports reaching the outside world told of mighty floods on the Yellow River and the Yangtze and of widespread. famine. i Ohou gave no'exact figures in admitting the extent of Red executions. He said merely that of the anti-Communists arrested, 16.8 per cent were executed. A recent report from Warsaw said that Mao Tse4ung, chairman of the Peoples Republic, placed the total in a speech last February at 800,000. Chou's speech contained^ glowing account of China's development under the Communists. It denounced the United States, blaming it as (he chief cause of continued world tension. and Boy Bitten By Monkey Five-year-old Oru 'J'iln.'i, nun u! Mr. and MI'H. Harold Tltu.'i, ffi We«t, Diiwcy Htrcct, wan treated Weilnetiduy afternoon al. M'ilnnrial himpital for a monkey bite on hl» rltjlit !c|;, .suffered al tin: Ileii.son firuLherii circiiu which was uljitw- iiiH behind Hut National (iiinrtl Armory on .South Clcoll ;;l;'i.'ut. A lunik of fleiih wa.'i lilLluri nut of thu boy'n rlijlil cull 1 , il. wiiK reported, by one of tin; inonlteyii with Uie K|IOW. SMT HKI,r> SKItVICKH I'KIUJ, Ind,— III ten for Wllllnm F. Held Sr,, M, of 10 t,(i|.;an iilrcel, who died Tueiidny al. hl« hninii. _wlll be held al. I) a, in. Kri<liiy nl SI. In tin; Tlioiti|iNun rnorluiiry, jl'ai Monl.pelii:r, whi l''riday riU'.ii Wel elnh In chai'Kf. MIIKI-. bc.inay call at thu Unmlunaii funeral ler 2 p.m. 'riiiir.'uliiy. U.S. Proposal On Arms Cuts Wins Approval Soviets Accepts Mothhnlling O£ Conventional Arms By Five Major Nations LONDON (UP)—A United States proposal that the fire major nations mothball "substantial amounts" of conventional arms won immediate Soviet approval in principle Wednesday. U.S. officials hailed it as one of the bingoat moves yet toward world disarmament. The U.S. officials warned, how-i S | rool ever, lhat negotiations on details '„.',,, ^ Re port Three Auto Mishaps U.N. Rejects Red Proposal For Withdrawal International Conference On Reunification Of Korea Also Rejected PANMUNJOM, Korea (UP) The United Nations. Command Wednesday rejected Communist|y ears , a S° proposals to withdraw all foreign " le Flrst , troops from Korea and hold ani M ° ose and the_Masomc lodge. Logansport, Indians, Pharos-Tribune Nin« Charles York Expires, Rites At Peru Today PERU, Ind.—Services for Charles York, 84, former Peru man who died Tuesday at the home o£ his daughter, Mrs. Kathryn Wiler, in Ft. Wayne, will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Eikelberry funeral home. The deceased had been in ill health for two years. A retired Nickel Plate railroad conductor, he left here to make his home with his daughter four He was a member of the First Methodist church, the inlernational conference on reuni' fying the divided nalion, v The U.N. Command said the Reds would only use such a conference for propaganda. North Korean Maj. Gen. Chung Rok revived the Communist proposals at Wednesday's meeting of the Korean Military Armistice Commission in the neutral zone between north and south. Maj. Gen. Homer Lilzenberg o£ the U.S. Marine Corps, senior U.N. delegate on the commission, replied thai discussing a polilicul conference on Korea was outside Uie province of Uie truce group. Chung offered his plan after bil- . , , , , „,, _, „ terly protesting against the U.N. 22 ol: 0 IB3o r George y slwot m and John' Co ™ mand dec-Won to abrogate the Dyer 70, .of 2210 East B roadway I'n^," ban-nin«"ntroduct S ion l 'of H new r™^"^ 1 .. 1 ".^?, 10 "!!',?,:!? weapons into Korea. The U.N. still could cause Uie plan to falter. U.S. delegate Harold K. Slassen presented the proposal to the five-, nation U.N. disarmament subcommittee. Soviet Deputy. Foreign Minister Vualcrlan Illlcd in Zorin, who In advunce, had been expressed immediate acceptance of the Idea pending the working out ot the details. Stuxuon proposed- that tlu.islii, the United Stute«, Brllnln uml Krance ugreo on lists of weapons p.m. Wednesday al Front and Wesl Morkel streets. Both were headed west on Market and Holle hit Uie roar of Ihc Dyer ear when Dyer stopped for traffic before turning left Into Front. A six-week-old baby, John T. Hollo, riding. with his father, suffered a bump on the head in Ihe mishap and was Ircated by a physician. Cars driven by Melvin Winegardner, 2.'!, HOI) Hammond street, I and James Cain, 111, UK Ban-on collided at West Market and Barren strecLs nl 12:10 p.m. Wednesday when Winegardner started to puss, thinking the other driver was going to turn loft, juxi us Cain attempted to turn right. Both were headed eu.sl. on Mnrket. Louis Shorter, ,15, IBM Sponr street, suffered a bump on his heiul and the back end iif his car was damaged slighlly when lie wns lilt from behind by an auto driven by Albert Tesaresl, 37, 1241 Woodlawn avenue, at 4:1.2 p.m. Monday on Seventeen In slrco!., II was ru- which would be placed In depots: ported Wednesday afternoon. Bulli under International inspection and I wore headed south and .Shorter had control until the Initial stop of dls- nfriiiinienl line) IJUIMI carried out. Then they would be scrapped o' converted to peaceful IISUH. Hi! spoke of ".-i u h K t (i :i t! a 1 amminUi, of specific iiuantllles of Identified types .. . significant In lfli;d ai;d post-World Wnr fl itinnu- facLure (or) Hlilpn in cuiTOiif military IIBI!." l/i n.'1'ly, 5!wl;i snl<( it /»»w «p- jxiai'fjd Uii: confcrcnci;. had before It tin; Im.'fls of afirccintnt for inov- Iii/I l.ownrtl a UK'. Nli.'p of di.s'- aniuirncnl. IJAlllty KVKIINHAM. I))K,S MONTICKl.t.O, Ind. — CJrwveiildn rlli!H for Harry Kvurnliain, Dnvc- Innil foiMiKjr UnnHiflHvllU; fclo- phonrr opiii'ulor wlin dlml Tiinndny nlpihl nt (filler lioiipllnl, Crnwrnrdx- vlllc, wlll'lid held nl. 1 p.m. Krldny at Itivcrvlow coniotfii'y hcrtr. .stopped for Erie when ho WHS humped. Baby Marianne Spaid Expires At Rochester llOCHISSTIilt. Ind. — Marianne Marie Spalil, Infim!- (laii).;lil.i!r of I'Uirl niul Hnrlitint Spni'd, route 5, ItocliuHter, died a;. r> p.m. Weilnes'- dny at Wiioilliiwii liiiiipllal, whore she was burn six hniirs curlier. Surviving with th« jiaronts lire a brollnir, nanny l,cc, at home; and (irandpui'unls, A1r. mul Mi's. J'niil Smith of I'llkhnrt, ami Mrn. Command acted ul'lcr Ihe Reds Born May 25, 1873, at North Grove, he was married May 17, 1900, to Lela Thorn, who died in 1954. Survivors are the daughter, Mrs. i County Resident 1 Dies At Peru Hospital PERU, Ind.—John Q. Bell' route 2, Peru, died at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Dukes hospital, where he was taken earlier in the morning. A resident of the Paw Paw community in northeastern Miami county, he had been il] since February. The body was removed to the GranflstaH mortuary, R o a n n, where final rites are pending. CAR HITS GUARD RAIL MONTICELLO, Im!.-A car driven by Kenneth Scott, 39, Hammond, was wrecked at 5:45 p.m. Tuesday when he failed to make the curve in U.S. 24 in East Monticello and Wiler,; a son, James, of Hales Cor- struck the guard rails, causing ner, Wis.; five grandchildren; i$100 damage to'them. Scott was three great - grandchildren; and fined $10 and costs and had his three sisters, Mrs. Blanche Fish; back, Mrs. Ada Wise and Mrs'. Nellie Stanley, all of Peru. Friends may call at the Eikenberry mortuary and the Rev. A. C. Underwood will officiate at the services. Burial will be in the Chili cemetery with Masonic graveside rites. Soy Princess Grace Again Expects Stork MONACO (UP)—Official sources said today Princess Grace is expecting a second child. Reports that the former movie continued to violate the agreement | actress was pregnant originated in by building up thoir forces, I Home when it was disclosed Prince Rainier censored photographs of Ihc princess taken in profile and emphasizing her iiHilornity - lilte clothes. Official sources In Monaco then confirmed that Grace was expecting another child. The first, Princess Carolina, was bom lust January. The tell-tale photographs were l-.kon aboard the U.S. Navy Carrier Forros'.al earlior this month. Ol'KN BIOS ^MONTNICKI.,1,0, Intl. - Scaled bids for Improvement, nn !hn water works here wen- opened THOS- ilny afternoon by the city council, and conlnicl.K for llx> work will be awarded next Tuesday. The work bus been dividixl inlu Iliri'e parls, plant iinpriivrmcnl, feeiliT mains and extensions, ami Forecast Record Indiana Pig Crop LAFAYISTTE (UP) Indiana's 11)57 spring pig crop was estimated today at a record 4,;i04,<H)0, one per cent larger than the previous high in KM3, Purdue University exports said thu crop 'is three per cent higher than Itisl year. The survey showed 007,000 sows farrowed pigs. That was two pur cent above la.sl year and seven per cont above the 10-yoar average through 19.W. IJUei 1 sizes averaged 7.09 pigs as compared with (l.au per lltlor •UK. 1 past two years. The report said Uic incroa.sn In crop occurred right to drive suspended for a year for driving while under the influence, when arraigned in justice court. there's real savings for you in VACATION SPECIALS Groups of Summer Cottons ... Here's your clianco to savo on dresses you'll want and woar for the full season ahead. Pastels and dark tono» Included in this budget-saving group. REDUCED ALT- SALES FINAL NO KKKUN1W NO KXCHANGKS VIOLA'S DRESS SHOP Arthur Wuoluy, FrlenilK Inirndny niny I'lyiiiinilli. call al'lnr & p.m. l.he VJinincriiian IJrnthci'ii miirtunry, and rllun will hit hold nl. 10 al Hlcu ctuiHil.ory, 2 DAYS ONLY- Friday-Saturday KRESGE'S HUGE of Me SALE SAVE 33' Men's Reg. tprs. 7 COOL MESH SOCKS 422 BROADWAY Hlo S. S. KRISGE COMPANY JUNE TIME IS DRESS TIME For Easy Care Fashions • for Ectny Living • For Ecuy Caro • Easy on tho fiuclgot CRISP COTTON Look~UI<o-Silk Cuplon! Linoiulook Rayon WonilitrTully fomliiino fnilitun Iwalit and cout ilyl tool, tilip cntlani, I'ui'UcI lor warm w«*<illiai' occutlom, Slroi '/ (0 15, 12 (0 20, Ifl (o 24. SUMMER SKIRTS 3 99 tlail print i, milt!*, ni lit llur* uml itylai. I Inu tullori lrt wllh .nil b.lt,, ilntulUll pockoti, plnnU All In il/«» 10 to I[J. Swconcl Floor WOM£N J SNEW MAN TAILORED BLOUSES 1.39 Attr ton hloui n«w, coo) i, IM lollil jilnlili —A |>«rlncl iinr iltdfi tin<( ih 32 to 311. Mnln oltm 4tii|ti>k turiU to youi rtt. floor. Nallontilly Advertl»»d In Ufa Mtirjaxlnw til 1,35 pr. First Quality Picturesque NYLONS ONU 69" Mciln Roof Pr. * i in in» Ptttur»i'|us ny* lain, jirUttfl ut a low low pile*, Twu (iivnrlt* i|yU*i-- j fnililuntxl (tr«n iltnnri wllli »«K or Htifk lo'iini, uitd DRESSES AND DUSTERS 2-99 <iU, ili»ili (H,J .1 12 ID 74%. «i»Iy avoi[j t n i M IIM fiiiil Mill ra» In |>iufn| (otort. Nylon trlii). 31<«t 12 to 70, Main Floor

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