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Monday Evening, November 18, 1957. Red Buttons On Brink Of New Career in Films By VERNON SCOTT United Press Hollywood Writer HOLLYWOOD (UP)—Red Buttons, out of TV for almost three years, turned the tables on the vacuum tube crowd this week by at Milford. waltzing off a network spectacular because "the script was lousy." Donald and son Frank. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Smith and Marsha Huston were the guetfts of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Widup Rochester Chester Arnett, 46, R.- R. 2, The ebullient comedian says he Rochester, is being held in the can't afford to appear in medio- Fulton county jail tor investigation ere shows—that's what killed him 0 [ "driving while his license was off in the first place. So where does an unemployed comic get off with giving the network (NBC) a hard time? Red has an ace in the hole. He's turned movie actor. His dramatic supporting role with Marlon Brando in "sayonara" has Cinema City savants Japping him for an Oscar — and the picture hasn't even been released. Began Oscar Rumors "I started those Oscar rumors myself," Red cracked. "Kind of ironic that I should get bounced outta TV and then make a comeback in pictures. Usually it's the other way around. "Now that people are talking about an Academy Award for me the offers are rolling in like I was suspended. The sheriff's department made the arrest in Akron at aboul. 4 p. m. Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Miln Coplen gave a buffet dinner in their home, 1101 Elm street, Saturday eve- ing, in honor of their 35th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hooker of Rochester and Mr and Mrs. Porter Coplen of Peru were guests. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Tranbarger, Rochester and Mr. and Mrs. Clair Moore of Akron spent Sunday in Bloominglon, visiting Jocelyn Moore, student at Indiana University. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Fansler left Friday for Dunedin, Florida, where they will spend the winter months A daughter was born to Mr anci '.Mrs. Edward Finder, 421! East Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Three Gaillard Plans To Seek Vote Of Confidence CHAMP HORSEMAN—Hugh Wiley of Towson, Md., receives cup as best individual rider in the 69th annual National Horse show in New York'a Madison Square Garden. Presenting the cup is Mrs. William Joshua Barney, Jr. Wiley's mount, Nautical, seems to take an interest in the ceremony Wiley picked up 59 points to 57 lor second placer Ted Williams of England. The U. S. team rode in with the team title: .... (International SoundphotoJ. Arms Shipment Issue To Bolster New Premier PARIS (UP)—French anger over Anglo- American arms shipments to Tunisia is expected to strengthen Premier Felix Gaillard when he seeks a vote of confidence Tuesday, informed sources said to! g^ day. *~^ Gaillard's'two week old government faces the vote Tuesday on the question of an emergency finance .plan he has drafted to cure France's financial ills and halt the!j^~"'CLAIMS"LI"V'ES"OF 17-Fircmcn work to remove The body of drift towards inflation Heart of one of , hc vic , ims of thf fjre (hat roarcd througll thc Moon glow Hotel. ™V P i I ,^ aut . honty V r£ " Se m a Niagara Falls, N. Y., rooming House, killing 17 persons, 14 of them million dollars in new taxes 'being children. The structure had been condemned as unsafe and th« occupants had received eviction notices earlier last week. (International Soundphoto.) Barrymore. But I've got to bei Nil]Ul st |. eet careful about what 1 accept. No i Mr _ and 'j^ Walter Gerr j cki more garbage for me." 1602 Bancroft street, announce the Red describes his years in vid- i marr j a ge of their daughter, eo's limbo as "my own personal j Auc | reyi to John Kingery, son of World War IK." . Mr . an d Mrs. Manford Kingery ot "I have to use my brains jFulkini who were married .Wednas- now," he explained. "I'm down to ir] , v evening in ^ e Fulton E1JB my last head. I got a punch-drunk making the little wrong decisions while I was on the air. Now I know the world doesn't hinge on Red Buttons' career. "Old Friends" Gone "When my show folded I found out how tough show business can be. Old 'friends' looked at me as if I invented athlete's foot." During his two-year exile Red worked only 14 weeks, in night clubs. Since May, 1955, he's appeared on television three times, all guest shots for the Perry Como- show. "Perry and Ed Sullivan are a couple pf guys who treated me like a human being after my career blew sky high," Red said thoughtfully. "I'll never forget their kindness." Buttons returns to New York soon to resume dramatic lessons. He's playing a waiting game, refusing jobs that would fatten his bank account in order to rebuild his career. "I'm really on the brink of my career now," he says. "Everything else has been preliminary." Galveston Mrs. Roberta Mote and Staff Sgt. William E. Dawson were married in a double ring ceremony at the Galveston Methodist church, by Rev. George Bredemeir. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Hollingsworth of Galveston, route 2. The bride groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Dauson of Royal Oak, Mich. The couple left for Blytheville Air Force Base in Arkansas where iday evening in the Fulton E1JB church. The newly weds are .residing in Warsaw, where Mr. King-ery is employed. In Fulton circuit court Friday, Charles Grog, Akron, was found guilty of assault and battery, and was fined ?5 and costs, and a five day sentence in the Fulton county jail. In other court action Friday, Oma Sage, 44, Leiters Ford, was charged with intoxication driving as the outgrowth of an automobile accident October 1C on Stsite CONGRATULATES "CZAR" — President Eisenhower congratulates Road 17, six miles .north of Ke-ij amcs A. Killian, president of the Massachusetts Institute of Tech wanna. An auto driven by Mrs. nology, after he took thc oath of office as overseer of the rocket and Sage struck a parked car in a satellite development. The President told Killian: "Glad lo have you Burnetisville The Women's Work of the Brethren church met Wednesday to prepare for their supper on Wednesday evening, Nov. 20. The Hobby Lobby club, met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. lone Don. The Euchre club will meet at The emergency measure is unpopular ' in many political circles but it appeared no parlies in his loose coalition government would want to see the government fall at this time. French anger apparently was as great as ever and riot police were stationed around the American and British embassies this week end. Two truck loads of police stood in front of the American embassy throughout Sunday but no riots developed. Another truckload was on duty in front of the British embas- She home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry ;sy and other police were stationed Gardner on Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. William MoLeland and Janice visited Mr. and Mrs. at the Tunisian and Moroccan embassies. The rupture of the U.S.-British- driveway at the home of Mrs. aboard." Marie Reichard, 46, who was; • Larry M-oLeland at Logansport 1 French alliance was so serious Monday 'evening. tnat French newspapers have Mr. and Mrs.' Ralph Brechbiel hinted thai F_rance-should boycott and Mickey were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brechbiel. Mrs. Winifred Troxel visited Mrs. Fannie Buchanan Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Brechbiel and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles, MoOonnel and daughter of Lafayette, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gardner and Mr. and Mrs. William Gardner were Sunday dinner guests of Mir. and Mrs. Tom Young of Logansport on Sunday. Harold Keiff whose hand was caught in a corn picker several! the Dec. 16 NATO summit meet- Welsh Speaks Out Against Gov. Handley PAOLI (UP)-Slate Sen. Matthew Welsh (D-Vincennes) Saturday night blamed Governor Handley and former Gov. George Craig for making the highway depart- ing been appointed, the department he-ads are slill expected to look lo ,the state chairman and the state central committee for guidance on such matters as priorities of new road construction, equipment purchases and rentals, purchase of supplies, general personnel hiring, job shifts and dismissals. "No_ wonder the department is demoralized and inefficient and behind in its work," Welsh said. lee." Welsh lold a meeting of Orange County Democrats that highway employes have found Iheir "first duty is the job of nominating and ing Republican organization Welsh is considered a leading " candidate for the Democratic nom- '.ination for governor in 1960. • Chris- 1 tian Pineau flew to the United i States Sunday night for talks! starting Tuesday with Secretary of State Dulles.- tes. •The 50 per taxes," of Indiana are s aid lhc The panda is a member of the raccoon family. The word "panda" is said to be a corruption of the Native Nepalese name which means "bamboo eater." aght to expect better government than this." RUSSO VS LYNCH NEW YORK (UP)—Danny Russo, young Brooklyn welterweight, is a slight favorite at 6-5 to beat Eddie Lynch of New York again loniahl in their return TV fight at St. Nicholas Arena. It will be televised by Dumont at 10 P.m. e.s.t. Russo, 19, won a split decision over Lynch. 22, in their Aug. 5th | brawl, which was accompanied by tumult among the spectators—two "Despite ihe Governor's protes-; £ h were sent to a nospitali 1-,'nH^ • t-n fllfi nnnfl**'!,-!, " Wotch tations to the contrary," Welsh said, "all appointments must have political clearance. And after hav- Read the Classified Ads (International.> j weeks ago bad his thumb ampu- standing near to the vehicle.: oomnied Mrs _ Bryant home for Bot^ women were injured in fhe; a week . end ^ Mr ; Weiglej Mr . A marrigea license was issued; and Mrs. Dale Bryant and child- in the county clerk's office to John i ren, and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bry- Byron Johnston and Anna Mae Cooper, both of Rochester. In the divorce suit by Joan Peterson against Lee Peterson, the, ant and family of Plymouth were" Sunday dinner guests of the Guy Bryants. M-rs. Otto Weimer was hostess lo court - ordered the defendant to I . »"*• V™ w«'..i« w^ „«.•, , n»v *7 =n „„,. „,»»!, far s ,mn n ri «f ^ Sewing Circle when it pay $7.50 per week for support of the couple's minor child. The Lions club will hold their regular meeting in the Coffee Shop Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock. Red Folker, local resident who spent 59 years with circus work, will tell of his years in that profession. The Women's Christian Temperance Union will meet in the home of Mrs. Walter McDougal at 1:30 p. m. Tuesday. Mrs. Conde Holloway and Mrs. Dale Shaw were recent business visitors in Plymouth. Mrs. George Hess, Thorn Rhodes, ened in her home Thursday after- ion. Those, present were Mrs. Tola logers, Mrs. Lloyd Pie-kens, Mrs. !enry Moore, Mrs. Guy Bryant, Irs. Robert Zellar, Mrs. Mastel- ar, and one guest, Mrs. Henry hvens. After a social hour, the ostess served dainty refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. Harry McVay eu- the bridegroom is stationed, and!Harold Chapman and Dale Shaw the bride is employed. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sparks have been visiting their son in Springfield, Ohio. The Galveston American Legion Post 415 held an open house fish fry and dance, in honor of their new legion home. About 200 attended. During the .-'evening the Galveston High school band gave a concert. Mrs. Mae Montague, mother of Mrs. Carmen Hendrickson has moved from Hun-terigators to a trailer on Mrs. Nellie * Clements' lot here. Mrs. Elizabeth Flynn Clary of were in Plymouth Friday where they attended a dinner and meeting sponsored by the Indiana Farm Bureau Co-operative, Poultry Department. Mrs. Dale Shaw entertained her Canasta CJub in her home Thurs day evening. Prizes were aw-ard ed lo Mrs. Philip Clinger and Mrs, Harrison Halterman. O:her members present were Mrs. Ben Geib, Mrs. Eldon Ces sna, Mrs. Sam McDowell, Mrs Conde Holloway and Mrs. Mar jory Wagoner. At the close of th evening dainty refreshments wer served. Logansport was a recent visitor! Mrs. Conde Holloway enter-tain in the home of Mrs. Minnie Me- ed a group of ladies at a surprise noon day luncheon, Thursday, in honor of the birthday anniversary of her mother, Mrs. Seldon Brown Olher guests present with tin honored guest were Mrs. Kay Meyers, Mrs. Jesse Brown, Mrs Lawrence Brown, .Mrs. Mur Ream, Mrs. Wade Jarrette, anc Mrs. Esther Wolfe. The afternoon was spent in playing games. -Mrs. Jacob Casper of Fulton an< Mrs. Guy Bryant spent Friday in Indianapolis. Mrs. John Weigle an< sons, Jack, Jim and Steve, ac A wonderful Giit- Sure to please f Jie fwo of you SPY SENTENCED—Soviet intelligence Col. Rudolph Ivanovich Abel leaves Brooklyn federal court where he was sentenced to a 30- year prison term for heading an espionage ring in the United States. He is the first foreign national to be tried in the United States on peacetime espionage charges. (International). Matched set Men's and Ladies Diamond Wedding Rings. The set— $150 Fernbaugh's Jewelry Store Where your crtdil ii good 416 E. Broadway tertained their Euchre club Thurs- tated bekw the joint at Memor- day evening. Members present were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Justus, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Woodcox, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Current, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Holland, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ault. Refreshment;; were served at the close of the party. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Overmyer were in Kewanna Friday attending funeral services tor the late Mrs. Ruth Els-ton Overmyer. Mrs. Lillian Ba-rger, R.R. I, suffered a broken ankle from a fall in' her home Thursday. The WBA will meet with Mrs. Emma Louderbaok Tuesday after•noon at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Fred Westwood will have charge of the • entertainment. An auction sale will be a feature of the entertainment. ia! Hospital. James Maddock attended a father-son banquet at the Hickory Grove chu:rch Wednesday evening. Mrs Don Heiny.and Miss Janice McLel'and spent Monday in Logansport shopping. PRIVACY FOB EDEN LISKEABD, England (UP) — A gamekeeper who carries a double- barredled shotgun will make sure Sir Anthony Eden has privacy this winter. Tr.e ailing former prime minister has leased a 12-room mansion £.t Morval on the wild Cornish coast near here. Gamekeeper Victor Scamplebury said today he has orders to warn off sightseers and others who might disturb their privacy. TOO LITTLE, TOO LATE is the way we Dodge dealers feel about competitors' efforts to match the Swept-Wing 58. They lowered the roof some, but left the sides high. Their windshields got smaller while ours got bigger. So much for styling. Then, for another important •comparison, take ride. Here's Dodge with Torsion-Aire suspension that just about everybody admits is the greatest advance in sway-free, dip-free, silent going that any car offers. So what do these other cars do? They borrow an air suspension system that's been used in buses for two years! (Costing well over $100.00 extra.) And most of'em still don't have push-button driving—much less Dodge TorqueFlite—the proven automatic transmission. If you're a little disappointed in the '58 version of-your car, come on in and see our Swept-Wing 58. The others are catching on—but they can't catch up. SEE SWBPTJW»NG SB BY DODGE AT THOMAS AND EVERMAN CO. Phone 4811-517-519 Nor* St. SHOP— Tues., Wed., Thurs., Sat., 9 a. m.-5 p. m. Friday 9 a. rrr,-9 p. m. Quaker Lace Tablecloths for -Holiday Rayon, Dacron, Orion Lace in white- and colors For the most gracious holiday, when home becomes a buzzing center of festivity .. . when you fully realize the importance of a beautiful table... we have the loveliest tablecloths! 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