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Friday, June 28, 1957
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Friday Evening, June 28, 1957. TV Programs FRIDAY EVENING 6:00—Channel 4 Rascals Weather News News 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 S:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 ChanneJ 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 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 10:45—Channel 4 Channel 8 11:00—Channel 6 11:30—Channel 6 Doug Edwards O'Connell. Beat Clock News News Jim Bowie Blondie West Point Crossroads . Riley Zane Gray Playhouse On Trial Adam-Eve Monte Cristo DAILY RADIO PROGRAMS lAii i^lsting-H Contra.! Uayllc&t Time) WMAQ WBBM (780) WLS WSAL (1230) FRIDAY EVENING S;00 Alex Drier well-Airs 6:15 BUB. News News «;30 News Sporta 6:45 \ Man's Pam Anderson Weather News News News . Sporta Heatter News 7:00 Monitor 7:15 Monitor 7:30 Monitor 7:45 Monitor Anderson Anderson Danger Danger News * Fulton Lewi* Variety Music Serenade News Mystery Music . Mystery 8:00 Monitor 8:15 Monitor 8:30 Monitor 8:45 Monitor News World Sports Music Hall News Mfisic Hall News Mantovani Bob & Ray Bob & Hay Bob & Ray Els Bands D:QO Sports 9:15 Sporta 9:30 Sports 9:4f> Merceln Murrow Anderson Robert Q. Robert Q- News Imagination Rest Haven Rest Haven News Nig-htwatch Nig-htwatcli Niglitwateh 10:00 News 10:15 Nlsrhr Desk Mercier 10:30 Night Desk Town Crier 10:45 Sports Weltzcl Rudy Rudy Queen's Men Qunenlfl Men Nightwatch Nlghtwtitch ' Nlffhtwatch SATURDAY MORNING Cochise Person-Person Bed Barber Hiway Patrol 0. Henry Studio 37 News Playhouse News Movies Late Show Weather Tonight SATURDAY AFTERNOON 12:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 12:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 12:45—Channel 8 1:00—Channel 8 Channel fi Channel 4 1:30—Channel 6 2:30—Channel G Channel 4 4:00—Channel 6 Channel 4 Channel 8 4:30—Channel 8 Channel 4 Channel 6 4:43—Channel 8 5:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 5:30—Channel 6 Channel 8 Channel 4 Playroom Roy Rogers Lone Ranger Cartoons Fury Schools Dizzy Dean Baseball TBA Baseball Bowling Time Baseball Big Picture TBA IU Sports 3 Musketeers Comedy Party Fury Film Rocky Jones Capt. Gallant Museum Rise-Shins __ Rise-Shine Jch. ( Harrington NQWS Ads Job Harrington Barn Dance Prev. Rioe Shine 8:00 Norman ROBS John Harrington News . 8:15 Norman ROES John Harrington Barn Ounce Prti Playhouse! »••!» News Big Story 8:45 Books Detective Sports Line Up 9:00 News 3:15 Monitor 9:20 Chicago 9M5 Monitor John Harrington Barn Dunce Prov Rise-Shine John K.irrlnffton Bar Dane* Prer Rlse-Shino Galen Drake News Melodies Galon Drake Rita A.acot Melodies 1'0:00 News 10:16 Monitor 10:30 Weather IOM5 Monitor Robert Q. Robert Q. Josh Brady Jo.-h briily Nows Rita Ascot Ncwg Rita Ascot Tune Timers Tuno Timers Tune Timers Tune Timers 11:00 QuaJitj- MualcNewa 11:15 Q'lalitT MualcGeo. Watson 11:30 News Gunsmoko 11:45 Monitor Gunamoke News Asrt. USA Nf:W0 TBA Proudly Hall Proudly Hall Chanc* Chance SATURDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 News N^wa 12:15 Farm- Horn* Jo.'ih Brady 12:30 Croucho Paul Gibson 12:45 Groucho ' Paul Gibson NOW 8 Red Foley Red T^oley News ' Ki-'D Roundup Farm Corner Farm Corner 1:00 News 1:15 Monitor Nows Mai BeUalri Festival Festival "Warm-up 'Warm-up 1:30 1:15 2:1)0 2:15 2:30 2:45 2:00 3:15 3:30 3:<5 1:00 4:15 4:30 <:45 Monitor Monitor News Monl.tor Monitor Monitor News Monitor Monitor Monitor News Monitor Monitor Monitor Bellalrs Bellalrs Bellaln Bellairs Eer.aira Bellnjrs Bcllulrs Bellaira Bellalrs nelliUrs .Sports Jlel lairs Bcllalra Bullalrs yoMer Festival Kew.s Festival Festival Fentlval NewB Festival Nows Fci.ftlval .News TBA SliortH Showcase Baseba!! Baseball Baseball Baseball Baseball Baseball 1'aseball Baseball Scores iiel Clark Wei Clark Wei' Clark SiOO News News 5:l"j KaccM Carmichael 6:30 Rio Rhythms Mai Bellulrs 6:45 R.lo Rhythms Mai Bolialra New.v Sbownaso JV liWH Outdonra Ads ITiiHicalo Mtmlnalo Two Children And Expectant Mother Killed WESTFIELD, Ind, (UP) —Two children and their expectant moth- Wild Billjer were killed Thursday and an- Cisco Kid!other child injured severely in a Biff Baker; head-on collision of an automobile Baby Eric Luebbert Expires At Hospital Eric Carl Luebbert, nine-day-old son of Carl and Sylvia (Kluska) Luebbert, of the local slate hospital, died at 5:15 a.m. Thursday at Riley hospital in Indianapolis. The child was born here June 17. Services will be held at 1 p.m. Friday at Ihe Kroeger funeral home, with Fr. Maurice Miller offi- cialing. and burial will be in Mounl Hope cemetery. PACKARD BABY DIES PERU Ind. — The infant son of Vearl and Mildred Packard, 690 Kast Monroe, died at Dukes hospital at noon Thursday, shortly after birth. The body was removed lo Kikenberry funeral home, where rites are pending. PTATK OK JXDIANA) j.ss: COKNTY OF CASK ) IN TIIK CASK CIRCUIT COURT April TKIl.M, 11)57 ., KOTICU 01' Nntlc ADMIXr.STIIA'rrON IK lirrnhy Klven that Thfi T*.irmvrit A: MarcliuntH S:aU; Marik WJIH, im IKth (lay of Juno, 11)57, ap- poiiiti-a j.:xccut(M- i>r ihr- r.HHL \\'in anil TiiKlumunl. ot For em U. Bish, . All pcrxonH havlniir nlj iiliist nald i:»t!iti., whulhu atrj ur mil and a .semi-trailer. The impact of the crash catapulted the big truck into the car, which was completely demolished, pinning the victims in the wreckage. Mrs. Nina Ray Lemay, 26, Westfield, and her two-year-old daughter, Deborah, were killed instanl- ly. The woman'-s son Danny, 4, Final Rites Saturday For Retired Farmer Nab Accused Narcotics Racketeers, Find Huqe Quantity Of Pure Heroin CHICAGO (UP)—The murder of an alleged "stool pigeon," the 12th in a series, led Thursday to the capture of two accused narcotics racketeers and about a million an attempt' to liquidate . police sources of information, he said. Two weeks ago, two 'federal narcotics agents were critically wounded in a wild gun battle when , T. . .. „ , -. ifuwiiu^u i»i a >TJMa guat UCIM.IC wucil dollars' worth of pure heroin. j they attempted to raid a road. Police Capt. Joseph Healy called one of the captives, Melvin Harris, 41, "Chicago's No. 1 narcotics dealer." The narcotics squad roundup stemmed directly from the Tuesday night murder of Leroy Love, a narcotics dealer suspected by the underworld of talking to police. Love was the 32th reported informant to be wiped out, Healy said. The underworld drug syndicate has killed, with guns, knives j and lethal "hot shots" of heroin in' house drug center. Love's murder convinced police the trail was getting hot. Healy said his men had watched Harris for two years, hoping to find the hiding place of his drug supply. The killing put the search on an around-the-clock basis. Loeansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Three "huge" jars of-heroin and surgical and gas masks to protect the men who prepared it for dealers. Harris, owner of a liquor store and a fleet of taxicabs, was ar-j tra ffic accidents, one in which a Boy Enroute To Hospital Hurt In Crash Butler Flays Sen. Jenner SULLIVAN (UP) —Democratic National Chairman Paul Butler City police investigated three .^ ^"wm^ E! ^ rested elsewhere on the South Side on charges of making a one-ounce heroin sale to police agents. The agents said he denied knowledge of the apartment, but offered each of them a new Lincoln car and $10,000 cash to let him go. Police later arrested James Norwood,'40, as he sat panting on a park bench near the apartment. •n 1> I., , , . i r —- .» vwi.v.i llbiu MIC QfCU k-llldlbi Police hit the jackpot early Norwood had jumped from a win- Thorsday in a dirty, third floor dow in • his home trying to escape apartment on Chicago's South Side. --"--->• Pure heroin in the apartment had a sale value of $800,000 to $1,000,000, police said. There were two Seek To Keep Jurisdiction Over Soldiers WASHINGTON (UP)—The House Foreign Affairs Committee voted 18 to 8 Thursday to direct President Eisenhower to cancel this country's agreements giving U.S. allies criminal jurisdiction over American servicemen stationed abroad. The action came after-a day-long secret committee session in which some Republican members sought unsuccessfully to water down the legislation. At issue in the quarrel among committee members was the case of Army Specialist 3rd Class Wiliam S. Girard, recently ordered .urned over to a Japanese court for manslaughter trial on charges of. killing a Japanese woman. Defense Deportment Counsel Robert Deckert cooled his heels outside the committee room all PERU, Ind. — Riles for John Q.'day expecting to be called to Bell, G9, route 2, Peru retired far-j testify. Bui he was never called mer who died Wednesday at Dukes; despite attempts by Reps. John M. hospital, will, be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Grandstaff mortuary, Roann, with the Rev. E. Paul Weaver in charge. Burial will <be in the Paw Paw cemetery southwest of Roann. Born Sept. 5, 1887, in Erie twor.- ship, Miami county, to Francis and Mary (Dice) Bell, he was married in 1925 to Martha Coblentz, who survives. He also leaves a son, Weldon, and a daughter, Mrs. Michael Lawrence, both of Richland township; Two grandchildren; and a brother, David, also of Richland township. A lifoljme Miami county resident, he had resided at his late ly. me woman.s son uanny, i, ""'"• '"• """ ^.n^u UL m.-, u^^ died a few hours later in River ! honnc ln lhe Paw Paw community view Hospital, Noblesvillc. southwest of Roann for 27 years. A daughter, Jean, 8, was in critical condition. Authorities said the car apparently went out of control on Ind. 32 east of hero and hit the truck. Truck driver Leroy Eshelman, Shippersburg, Pa., escaped inju- J'rum the. d;u« ot l}:.. .. tion of this noMcn or will 1m roriivur burred. Dati-d in. lxj(.'iin.«|i>irt. Tnitlunn, thin 2Ulh iluy of JiiiKf. jn.'7. flcrlr nf (hi. (Mriiull Court for CJINH County, iildliuiit Mv«r* & Miillinin il2 Knurl Ji S'.rftet Jjf)^;i.iiKj]ort 1 Imlhirm .VIITICI.; TO NO.V-IU'lSlllK.vr.M •STATK (>!•' 7.VDIANA, C'Ol;.\"ry Ol<' CASH. S.S: IN TIIK CASH CIRCUIT CUIJKT, At'Hil, TK.llM, I!IS7. N'O: I'roliiiM! 15(178 N'lilii-n lu .Viiii-lliinlilflitH «l I'lMllliin In SliH I'.nu; Until! i! TN* TIIK MATTKIl OK TIIK |.;s- TATK nv CHAKI/K.S KIN.NKY, UWKAHKD: NOIIMAN T,. KIKSTjINfl. AD- MINISTHATOK OP T1IIO KSTATK 'if CIIAill.KK KINNKV VH Tin. 1'nknown Du.scniKlaiHH. Helrx, !><•- vlMm-H, fjf'Kati.f*, TniMUM-M Jiml AM- MKrix fif < - h;irlo.i Klmit-v; Kl Al Hn It Known, th;U on this 2'i'th flay nf .Tune. i:ir,7, tbi* jibuvc nain- «rl AdinlnlslriUor, fllpil will) the t-iuii-:. :L petition I'M- tllr* Mllhi of risi! i-miiti- HKlilnut tlln di'lVinliili Is itii(J persons lnttire»lc(! In On* sale of [lie real estate In llui abnvi- nn- fitlHtl rau.s«, toi;, ; (lK'r wflli his iif- t'lflavit lhat tho lii-riindiitit^ anil p'lrsonK. lnl»-rf!Htc-{l In 1 h<! sul,. or snld real ('Mnt(;, hccfjlnarif:f inini- o/l firo not ri'sld(;nlM of tho Stale of Indiana find Oiltt tt;*, ri'Mldmicf and namcM nf the desrendanl s, iM'Ir.f. drvlfU-i-f, lt:K;ll<-«.H. !r;mt!H-n and KxMtcns, of said jicrwmH, uiion <llllKv;ii'. Inquiry, tit-''- nnkm. ivn. to•«•!(: Tin- rnknovvn I ><>M(;iMi:!nn tM, "H.'irK, [ levtsecK. l.ilKalees. Trustees unil Asslirn-J of ChaileH Kln- r>ey: I'harl.'K K [Clnni-v: The lln- Itoown I lesrendarUH, Hidrs. l)t-vl- sees, ] ,1-KH ! eeH, Trnst cr>s and As- flt-im of Charles K. Kliincy; Julia Cordon: Tin' Vnltnnwn llr'Hi-iind- nnl.s. ir»ir.s. 7)..i>l.»efs. l,fKnli<e», Trustees rind As.ilh'ns of Julia Gordon; X. p. Klnney; Thft !'n!<no\vn "PpsfetKlants. Jlelr.H. Devisees, \j<:- Kaleps, Triislijf-s und Assigns of N. I 1 . Klnney; Callli! Klnney; Thf Tnknown Descendants, Heirs. l>e- •vlsees, r,otfalees. Trustee,* and A.H- ffll.Tis of callle Klnnoy. That H.iM iietltlan In tnr Die sale of decedcni'j, r e:il rntnln. which Is duHfi-lliKil :it fullnwii: f.ot 1 ; Nninlierfd Thlrtv-nltH 1 <V.n and Forty (10) In (ii'ace- Talmer Adilltlnn to tin- City of Loi-anslini-t. Sjild 'iPfendants and persons In- 1e.ri.sted In the Hale o"f Itin real estate therefore are herehv n/>ll- fled of Hi,. rilliiB and pendency of Raid petition against them, and Ihiit unless thev ajipear and answer nr demur thereto, at t.he nailing of said cause lit the Court ]loit»e In thn c| ty n f T.nB:umpnrt. In Cuss County, In the. Stnli' nf Indiana, on tho 3rd dav of Soptorn- Jinr, inS7, and siild putl'lnn and thn matters and things theroln contained and ulleired, will he liourd niul determined In their ahsence.. WITNKSS the Clerl, nnd H«n\ of HiitfJ Court, this 27tli dtiy of June 1917. Ellxahoth Blnltor Clprk rass Circuit Court Norman 1,. Klc'dlntr ALtornity tor PlaltitlfC Former Mexico Man Expires At Speedway PKRU, Ind. — Orthur Burrous, 4fi, formerly of Mexico, died suddenly at B a.m. Thursday at his home in Speedway, Ind,, from a heart attack. A Remington Hand service man, he was married to Martha Pearson of Flora, who survives. He also aves his parents, Dclbcrl and race Burrous of Mexico, former- ti claims ly of near Walton; a sister, Mrs. Otto Schmidt, mute 3, Peru; and six brothers, Harold and Thomas of Mexico, Hohert and George of Indianapolis, John of Arlington, 'Calif., and Walter, who is Peru fire chief. Services will he held at 10 a.m. Saturday at Speedway and the body will be taken to Maple Lawnj cemetery at Flora for burial will! graveside riles about l p.m. ' Vorys (R-Ohio) and James G. Fulton (R-Pa.). Fulton called Dechert i:ito the committee room after the session was over and questioned him j about the Girard case. But the vote on tiie legislation had already Announce Hike Of $6 A Ton In Steel Price U. S. Steel Announces Price Increase Affecting Virtually Every Consumer NEW YORK (UP) —U.S. Steel Corp. Thursday announced an average $6 a ton steel price increase that probably will be felt in the poclcetboolc of virtually every consumer in the nation. "Big Steel," whose decisions usually set the pattern for liic rest of Ihe steel industry, posted the price boost or..e day after President Eisenhower renewed his plea for industry and labor to help check the inflationary spiral by putting the brakes on wage-price rises. The boost will add $10 to the price of the steel in an automobile and 75 cents to the price of that in a kitchen stove. In all, it will add almost 700 million dollars to the nation's annual steel bill. U.S. Steel said the increase, effective July 1, was made necessary by a wage increase which goes into effect the same day. The The joint resolution must ,be approved by the full House and the Senate before it can go to President Eisenhower. Even supporters of the resolution concede that Eisenhower probably would exercise his veto if the legislation did clear Congress. The resolution, sponsored by Rep. Frank T. Bow (R-Ohio) would direct Eisenhower to request North Atlantic Treaty Orsanization coun- Friends rr.ay' call at the JaU lries lo revise Ihe so-called status- residence until noon Saturday, 1 in-force agreements so that foreign when it will be returned to the' countries will not have criminal Y l/vli Ull I..MJ 1\;5,.-)LCIL!VU lluu ULll^CVUV J J 1 ,t 11 been taken and other committee company contended the wage boost members were leaving or ted l e ft.i Wl ° uld '"crease its labor costs by mortuary. jurisdiction over American military personnel stationed within Itieir boundaries. If the U.S. allies refused, the President would be directed to "denounce such agreement." The resolution also would direct the President lo take similar ac- ollier Two Indicted For Murder INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—A Marion County Grand Jury Thursday returned two murder indictments and another charging manslaughter. Nathan Brown, 57, Terre Haute, an ex-convict, was indicted on first-degree murder in the slaying of his mother-in-law. He was accused of shooting Mrs. Dorothy Ilenthorn, M, in her home here Mrs. Phyllis Hineman, 21), of 17 April 5 with a sawedoff shotgun j Kast Colfax street, is in Memorial to climax a domestic quarrel with! hospital with burns on her right police said. boy being taken to the hospital was injured slightly, within a two- (R-lnd.) Thursday night as : "boisterous, breast-beating radical h'ocr 'period Thursday' evening/"" |° r t!ie Right" who must be de- David Kleinman, 14, of 809 West Broadway, had been bitten by a dog at his home and was being taken to Memorial hospital in a panel truck driven by his brother, Daniel J. Kleinman, 16, when the truck collided with a large truck at Sixth street and Michigan avenue at 6:10 p.m. one of conspiracy. Both men were booked on two 1 The Kleinman youth was headed counts of narcotics possession and' nortn on Sixth and skidded into — - " ' 'the side of Lone Star Boat Co. truck driven by Lawrence Holmes, 28, Grand Prairie, Texas, who was headed southwest and turning left onto Sixth. The younger Kleinman boy suffered bruises in the mishap. Jack McKown, 17, Frankfort, was charged with failure to yield the right-of-way after his car collided with one driven by Mrs. Rita Raderstorf, (120 Race street, at Sixth and High streets at 5:15 p.m. Police said Mrs. Raderstorf was headed east on High and was hit by the north-bound Frankfort car. A car driven by Bobby Davis, 23, Danville, 111., was damaged at 7:13 p.m. when it was hit by a backing Pennsylvania diesel freight engine at the West Ottawa street crossing. Davis, a Pennsylvania railroad signalman, was headed west on Ottawa and apparently Motorist Pays Fine For Going 105 MPH Lloyd Huffman, 47, of route 2, Michigan City, was fined $25 and costs in the local justice of the peace court Thursday evening on a charge o[ speeding. He was arrested last Saturday by State Trooper Richard Keyes, who 'clocked him at 105 miles an hour. VEBDIE LAMAE DIES MONTICELLO, Ind. — Rites for Mrs. Verdie May LaMar, 63, Lafayette, sister of Mrs. Roy Stiers of Chalmers and Mrs. Orville Holeman of Reynolds, will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Rogers-Myers mortuary, Lafayette. She died Wednesday at the Home hospital in Lafayette. Butler's speech to 7th District Democrats lent weight to speculation that BiUler himself would seek his party's nomination to oppose Jenner next year. Buller said earlier he would decide early next year about resigning as party chief to run for the Senate. '. In his speech, Butler said Jeii- ner's Senate colleagues "resent the way Bill Jenner has demanded the disnity and traditions • of the Senate by his language aiid conduct." • Chalmers Man Is Hurt- In Motorcycle Mishap MONHCKLLO, Ind. - Robert Schmidt, 30, Chalmers, is in tho Home hospital, Lafayette, with injuries suffered in a motorcyclo accident Wednesday afternoon one- fourth mile south of Chalmers on slate road 43. He sustained a fractured right arm, cuts and abrasions when ho lost control of (lie motorcycle ha was riding north on the highway and it skidded 18!) feet, overturned failed to see the backing engii)e|i!nd skidded another 219 feel, corn- coming from the west. Engineeri ing to a stop in the center of tho was F. R. Hulls. 1208 North street.]road. 21 cents per employe. Price increases in r>lher key industries, such as aluminum, also are expected when automatic wage hikes under previously negoUaied contracts go into effect this year. The wage and price hikes will add fuel to the inflationary fires'• [bat have sent the cost of living'. to new highs in each of the past '• nine months. The price boosts could be reflected in the cost of all products using steel, from automobiles to hairpins. Okay Surplus Crop Section WASHINGTON (UP)—A Senate- House conference committee hand.. ,,.,-_ ... .,, , . , ... .cd the administration a victory the NATO alliance with which th:s! Thv|rsd b agre . eing lo cor ,L1nue country has a stelus-ot - forces; the conilrovws i a i surp i us crop sec . agreement. Grease Burns Local Woman his ex-wife, Eva. Lillian Mamie Lewis, 44, was indicted on a second-degree murder charge in the April 12 slaying of Isaac Lewis. Ben Scruggs, 28, Indianapolis, was indicted on a manslaughter charge. He was accused in the stabbing or Robert Brown here last Feb. 23. Read the Classified Ads arm and hand, and on both feet, suffered when she spilled a pan of hot grease at her home Thursday evening. She was rushed to the hospital by her husband,' Robert, and her conidtion was described as "not serious." About three persons in every 100 in the United States own some forest land. •Uor. of the soil bank through 1951). The conferees agreed after daylong wrangling to accept a Senate provision authorizing acreage reserve payments of 500 million dollars to farmers who enroll in the program next year. The funds would go lo growers who reduce their allotted plantings of such surplus crops as wheat, corn, cotton, rice and tobacco. Both the House and Senate voled to authorize BOO million dollars for the program in 1957, but the House voted to eliminate the program after Uiat. The Senate approved 500 million dollars for the 195B program after Agriculture Secreiary Eira T. Benson and President Eisemhower said the House action would prevent a fair test of the program. PHAYEB IlKQUISST COUPON Without obllBiitlon, pniy for r<;qli»Kl 1 check bolow »» In \cln 10:11-12. 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