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Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, May 14, 1957
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IQQANSPORT PUBLIC UBRW Tuesday Evening, May 14, 1957. DAILEY RADIO PROGRAMS (All Listings Central Daylight Time) WMAQ WBBM (780) WLS WSAL (1230) TUESDAY EVENING 6:00 AlexDreler Bell-Airs News 6:15 Bus. News News Weather 6:30 Newa Sports News 6:45 1 Man's FarrAntlerson News Newa Sports Heatcar News 7:00 News 7:15 Glldersleeve 7:30 Xightllne 7:45 Xishtllne AnOeraon Anrleraon. Peril Peril News News News Opera Lew la Serenade Mystery Mystery 8:00 News 8:15 NlRhtllne 8:30 Nightline 8:45 NlKhtline News World Sports Music Hall Dance Danco News Mantovanl Tlmo Tlmo Bob & Ray Bob & Flay Bob & flay Biff Bands 9:00 News 9:15 Chan 3:30 Chan 9:45 Chan News Anderson Root. Q. Robt. Q. News Heat ter Haven of Rest Haven ot Rest News Nitewatch Nite watch Nitewatch 10:00 Newa Nows 10:15 Niffht Desk Mercler 10:30 Night Desk Weitzol 10:45 Sports Weitzel Rudy Rhythm Rudy rthythm Newa Music Nitewatch Nitewatch Nitewatch Nitewatch, WEDNESDAY MORNING 8:00 Alei Dreler Harrington, NewsBreakfast Club News 8:15 Chicago Call. Jim Conway Breakfast Club Rise & Shine 8:30 Chicago CalL Gold Coast Breakfast Club PJao & Shine 8:45 News Breakfast Breakfast Club Rise & Shine 9:00 News Arthur Godfrey My True Story R!so & Shine 9:15 Truth-Gonseq.Arthur Godfrey My Truo Story Klso & Shine 9:30 Bandstand Arthur Godfrey News News 9:45 Bandstand, Arthur Godfrey Girl Marries Melodies Handley Creates $18,000 Job In Highway Department Hikers Stumble On Air Crash Fatal To 62 Mountain Scene Of Canada's I? 18 ' 000 a .y ear administrative posi- w^.ot ai- n^oc^v T. nc t[tion to put the State Highway De- INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Governor Handley ordered a complete inventory of everything the State of Indiana owns and announced Monday he has. created a new Worst Air Disaster, Last! tion . to p . u *. December, Is Discovered partment in better running order. Handley called all heads of de- 10:00 Newa 10:15 Bandstand 10:30 Bandstand 10:45 Bandstand Arthur Godfrey Arthur Godfrey Eloise-Josn Howard Mi'ilor Whisper Sts. Tollo-Test News M. Consldtne Woman's Worl Woman's Worl Queen-Day Queen-Day 11:OC News 11:15 J. Holttnan 11:30 J. Holtman 11:45 Duchess Newa EackstRBe Wife Gal Sunday Helen Trent News Martha Crane Marxots .%tark<its Words M. Consldlne Carroll Co. Carroll Co. VANCOUVER, B.C. CUP) — A'partmenls and elected officials group of Sunday hikers stumbled j into a "cabinet" conference and on the wreckage of an airliner! summoned newsmen to hear him that carried 02 persons, eight of'direct a complete inventory by them Americans, to their deaths i June 30. He said there is no rec- in Canada's worst aviation disas-1 ord of what the state owns and "we have lost track of some equipment and now we are trying to find out about it." The governor announced the appointment of George Foster, 57-year-old native of Handley's home county, to become executive director of the highway department. Foster was born ih Rolling Prairie. He lips been with the Michigan State Highway Department for years as a graduate engineer, and was second in administrative command in that de- ter five months ago, it was announced Monday. The mountain climbers found mangled chunks of the four-engine Trans-Canada Airlines North Star strewn on the side of Mount Slosse, in the rugged coast range 'mountains 50 miles east of here. j The wreckage had lain buried i under snow all winter. There was no immediate indication of whether the bodies of the victims were in any condition to be removed. Word of the discovery WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 News 12:15 Merrylleld 12:3C Merryflcla 12:45 Merrytleld Nora Drake Noontime News News Ma Perkins Livestock MarkattCo Extension Newa Dlnnerbell Farm Corner Road of Lite Dtnnerbell Farm Corner 1:00 News 1:15 Confessions 1:30 Worn, in Hso 1:45 Dr. Gentry Nowa Mrs. Burton Strike It Rich Entertainment Summaries Schooltimo Queen-Day Queen-Day I'lav rial! T'lay Ball Baseball Baseball 2:00 News 2:15 Matinee 2:30 Hilltop 2:45 Pep. Young House Party Hou.io Party Dr. Malone Lucky Ladlos Newu Jack Paar Wayne King" ] ;n a c ball TiusMmll 3:00 News S:15 Goodwin 3:30 Goodwin 3:45 Goodwill Jim Conway Woman Views, Gold Coast Take Break News T.ombardo Capl. Suiliby Capt. Stubby Ha. «c ball Baseball Scoreboard 4:00 News 4:15 Jlrn Mills 4:30 Sports 4:45 Jim Mills Paul Gibson Paul Gibson Paul Gibson Shoo With Miami News Polka Xows Polka Party Party Off Kecord -Of f Record Toon Tunes Teen Tunas 6:00 News News Wclk CIS Wed Howard Harrington-News Welle 1:20 Wed Howard Sports "Welle 6:45 Stone, News Lowell Thomas News Tune Tlmo Want Ads Memorial HOB Wonders TV Programs TUESDAY EVENING 6:00—Channel 4 Rascals Weather News News News J. Winters Name Tune News News Navy Log Murray Dance Phil Silvers Wyatt Earp Panic Private Secy. Broken Arrow Jane Wyman Tell Truth Theater They ter Red Skelton Channel 6 Channel U 6:15—Channel 6 Channel 8 6:30—Channel 6 Channel 8 6:45—Channel 4 Channel 6 7:00—Channel 4 Channel S Channel 8 7:30—Channel 4 Channel G Channel 8 S:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 8:30—Channel 4 Channel G Channel 8 9:00—Channel 4 Channel 8 9:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 10:00—Channel 6 Channel 8 10:30—Channel 4 Channel fi Channel 8 10:45—Channel 4 Channel 8 11:00—Channel fi 11:30—Channel 6 Ray Anthony $fi4,flOO Conflict Hoslc Clooney Spike Jones Star Perf. Martin Kane News Playhouse News Movies Late Show Weather Tonight GOP Changes Position On Appointment MADISON', Wis. (UP)— Tho Wisconsin Republican state chairman reversed himself Monday and i backed giving the GOP governor power to appoint a successor 10 Sen. Joseph R, McCarthy. The chairman, 1'hiiip Kuehn, added the reservation that the appointed senator should not be a candidate in the 1!)58 senatorial election — eliminating top Republicans who have been regarded . -s possible contenders. Kuelm had said last week he did not favor changing the state laws "in the middle ol the game." positions after a Gov. Vcrnon VV. reached authorities Monday andiP artment two helicopters were sent in ,vilh Handley experts to examine the wreckage | c and find the remains of the vie- i left no doubt that he created the job in an effort to improve conditions in the highway tims. department, be set the last month The plane crashed on a flight by day-after-day stories of "scan- from Vancouver to Montreal last dais. .'" right-of-way purchasing, Dec. 9, setting off the largest i appraisals of land, influence ped- i>V,\,. tl f ^WtVllIt, UH hlfck. *»>. QWUI, ... . , , . aerial search in British Columbian idling and questionable contracts history • purchase of equipment and Among three former U.S. college football of players who werewith a Canadian purchase of equipment supplies in the administration former Gov. George Craig. "The highway department," professional team at the time of j Handley said, "has been too loose- their deaths. They were C.a 1 v i n y run ' r °r 20 J" 23 "' Jones, 23, an All-America guard in 1954 and 1955 at Uie University of Iowa; Mel Beckett, 26, a former University of fndiana center, and Mario De Marco, 20, Boonlon, £<f.J. a former player with the University of Miami, Fla., the Detroit Lions and the New York Giants. estimated 400 to 500 million dollars in Indiana in the next -four years for highway projects. Not only did Handley order an inventory of state property now but also he directed in an executive order that a similar inventory be furnished during the first five working days in June every year hereafter during his administration. He also ordered that the title to every state-owned automobile be turned in immediately and that any transfers of titles hereafter be registered with the director of the state department of public works and supply. Handley did not disclose what property the state has "lost track of." But he said he and Clarence Drayer of the public works and supply department have learned there is no existing record of what the state owns, although Handley said, he asked inventories of department heads of the Craig administration but received no sponse from any of them. U.S. Rejects Japan's Plea ToQuitTests WASHINGTON (UP) —The United States Monday rejected a Japanese request to call off the forthcoming Nevada atomic 'ests on grounds that such action might increase rather than reduce the chances of war. Noting that Russia has refused to agree to a fool-proof arms control plan, tlie State Department said "history has repeatedly demonstrated that one-sided weakness leads to war." The U.S. position was outlined in a note handed the Japanese Embassy several hours after the Atomic Energy Commission issued a statement emphasizing that he. Nevada tests will produce less radioactive fallout than any domestic tost series since 1952, Both the State Department note and the AEC release emphasized jjOganspon, inaiana, rnaros-iriDune Clarence Marquis, 77, Life Peru Resident, Dies Following Illness PERU, Ind. — Clarence A. Marquis, 77, of 407 East Monroe street, a retired Wabash railroad fireman and life Peru resident, died at the Wabash employes hospital at 1:45 p.m. Monday of a nine-month illness. He was born March 29, 1880 the son of Clinton and Mary Jane Siegler Marquis and he married Mary Zook in 1902. She survives with a son. Alvin, of here; three daughters, Mrs. Donald Umbarger and Mrs. Donald Pier, both of route 4, and Mrs. Edward Billhimer, route 1, Bunker Hill; a brother, Ora, of Macy; 14 grandchildren; one great-grandchild. One daughter and five brothers are deceased. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Drak funeral home with Rev. ber officiating. Friends there after 1 p.m. loda will be in the Rankin DRIVER AKKEST Russell D. Leazenby, f Unger street, was arrestc police for operating a i hide while under the in intoxicants at 1:45 p.m. S the East Broadway a street intersection. He t on a drunkometer test. "HEART LINE' Wedding rings are wor third finger of the left cause people once supp a voin runs directly f finger to the heart, heart and hand are ol gether. The custom but the belief is not tri Seven ay call Burial cemetery. and Third .225 tho hand be- that from this and thus offered to- continues, Girl Student Ends Her Religious Fast CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (UP)—A pretty high school sophomore ended her 21-<lay fast "Cor the glory of God" Monday. Evelyn Jenkins, 16, said she had not weighed for the past eight days WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON CDT 12:00-Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel « 12:15—Channel 6 Channel 8 12:30—Channel 4 Channel fi Channel ft 1:00—Channel 4 Channel 8 1:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 2:00—Channel 4 Channel (i Channel 8 2:30—Channel 8 3:00—Channel (i Channel 8 3:15—Channel 8 3:30—Channel 4 Channel 8 3:45—Channel f. 4:00—Channel K Channel 8 4:15—Channel 8 4:30—Channel « 4:4.'i—Channel 4 5:00—Channel 4 Channel 8 5:15—Channel (> 4 Sight Markets News-Weather Farm News Farm-Home RFD 4 Club CO World Turns 4 Sight Miss Brooks Mark Saber Tenn. Ernie House Party Festival Theater Payoll Crosby Queen for Day Brighter Day Secret Storm Movie Time Edge of Night Romances Movie Time Chapel Door Life of Christ Stu Krwin What's New? Mickey Mouse Early Show Chuekwagon Miami Council Approves Funds PERU, Ind.—The Miami county council met in special session Monday to pass on first reading additional appropriations totaling $lfi,14G.M and approve the transfer of ?!4,000 from the cumulative bridge fund for repair of eight bridges'. Tiie council meets today to vote on the appropriations on their second and final reading. Of the money approved, the largest share was for per diem payments authori/.ed by the Legislature for county officials until the end of this year. The council also authorized Dukes hospital's board of trustees to purchase a lot from Uie city for proposed expansion. The 1 t is located just east of the Nurses' Home and was appraised at $7,250. '.The hospital board was also given 'authority to seil Lot 854 in the „ . , .. . . , _ Oakdale Addition. Kuchn's switch increased Dem- Jn other action laken by tnL , ocratic fears that the Republicans councili lne township trustees were would not let them have a chance allowcc | an additional $40 each for to capture McCarthy s scat in a asscssing as provided by the legis- spccial election and instead would i atu ,. e give Thomson a clear track to' Dr ' w D Daughorty vetcrinar- maintain his party's power in ian app cared before the council Washington. an(1 oxp i a j no[ i the request for rhomson heightened Democratic $0,122 for tuberculin and bruccl- fears by announcing he would notj losis tcsling o[ cMlli make his plans known Tuesday, as expected, but would keep them on tenter-hooks until at least later this week. Democrats and Republicans have been fighting over how McCarthy's successor will be chosen ever since the controversial communist-hunter died May 2. But he shifted meeting wilh Thomson and said appointing McCarthy's successor would merely mean "putting the ."inal quarter of the game over to I'JSII." Democratic Fears Increased Under present law, Thomson's only alternatives special election He said it was time to get the department on a businesslike basis before the federal and state but that she weight was She weighed start of her did not believe her "much below 130 fast. pounds at the Evelyn said her decision to fast was made because "the Bible tells governments begin spending an ; us Jesus fasted." re- that the tests, to which Japan and 46 (correct) other nations have been invited to send observers, "will be conducted under the most stringent safety precautions." The tests are scheduled to begin Thursday. The note to Japan said the tests will increase world radiation "to no more than a small fraction of the level that could be considered biologically or medically harmful to the people of the world." The AEC said the radiation level will be kept down by firing some i.uclear shots underground. OUicrs will be set off from captive bal- '.oons and high towers to reduce the amount of radioactive particles carried aloft in the atomic cloud. CONSTIPATED? New laxative discovery un-locks bowel blocks without gag, bloat or gripe Constipation is caused by what doctors call a "thrifty" colon that, instead of retaining moisture as it should, docs the opposite: robs the colon of so much moisture that its contents become dehydrated, so dry that they block the bowel; so shrunken that they fail to excite or stimulate the urge to pur^e that propels and expels waste from your body. To reRain normal regularity, the dry, shrunken, constipating contents of your colon which now block your bowel musi be rcmoistcncd. Second, bulk must be brought to your colon tO 3-T-R-B-T-C-ll STIMULATE it tO action; to a normal urge to purge. And, of all laxatives, only COI.ONAID, the amazing new Inxutivc discovery possesses COLONAID'S great moisturiz- ing capacity, plus Cor.oNAfo's stretch' stimulating bulk. So effective it relieves even chronic constipation overnight, COLONAID is yet. so smooth, so gentle it has proved safe even for women in critical stages of pregnancy, Supcrjor to old style bulk, salt or drug Iax;ilivcs, COLON AID neither gags, bloats nor gripes; won't interfere with absorption of vitamins and other valuable food nutrients; in clinical tests, did not cause rash or other reactions. It's u physiological fact: Exercise tones your body! And COI.ONAID exercises your colon to lone it against constipation, overnight! Get COI.ONAID, in casy-to-take tablet form at any drug cuunicr, today! Only 98c for the 60 tablet package, brings positive relief at less vhan 2c per tablet. Mercury sets the pace at 1957 Indianapolis 500-mile race are to call a leave Wiscon-j "THi HONOR ALWAYS oois to the car that, in our opinion, shows the biggest advance in styling and performance."_TONY HCJLMAN, Chairman of the Board, Indianapolis Motor Speedway. At right, F. G. Reith, Vice President, General Manager, Mercury Division, Ford Motor Company. At left, Tony Hukuun. ...sets the pace in size and style sin shy one senator until the IKifi ; elections. There has been steady GOP pressure, however, to change the laws. Some Republicans -von boosted McCarthy's widow as a possible appointee. TONIGHT On TV! Charles Yerkes, 64, Flora, Passes Away FLORA, Ind. — Charles W. Yerkes, 64, Flora, died at noon Monday at a Logansport hospital. He is survived by his mother; a son, Dean, of rural route, Camden; a daughter. Mrs. Cathleon Hodges, rural route, Carmlcn; four grandchildren, one brother, Lawrence, Services will be held at the Carter funeral home at 10 a.m. Wednesday and friends may call after 7 p.m. loday. Rev. George Whittle will officiate. Burial will be in the Deer Creek cemetery. Girl, 9, Hit By Car, But Escapes Injuries Linda Cosfjray. !), route 2, was struck by a car at the corner of Ottawa and Third streets at 4:30 p.m. Monday and rushed to Memorial hospital where examination proved her unhurt. She is I he daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Cos^ray. City police report indicated that • northbound car of Paul E. Minks 33, route J, Lucerne, was braked In 15 feet to avoid hitting the girl who ran before tho vehicle. -'».MARTIN KANE sets a record for low-cost luxury Ho'i back I Tho famous Matter of Myitory, Martin Kano . . . played by tho colobrated itar who cro- atod tho part on TV and Radio- William Garganl Join Kano as ho foils tho world's most cunning lowbroakors in tho crime contors of Europo . . . actually filmed in fascinating foreign countries! Don't miss it ... ovory woofe . . . brought to you by famous Drowrys Boor! Tuesdays WISH-TV 8 10:00 p.m. The choice of Mercury to pace the Indianapolis Classic dramatizes the fact that The Big M is the new yardstick of your money's worth, In size. Mercury brings you the biggest size increase in the industry more room and comfort in every important dimension. In styling, only Mercury offers you Dream-Car Design. Here's completely different styling, shared with no other car. In ride, only Mercury offers you Floating Ride the most effective combination of bump-smothering features ever put between you and the road. In performance, Mercury leads with the highest standard compression in its field, highest torque for regular production engines. Yet never has so much bigness and luxury cost so little! The Big M is priced an easy step above the low-priced three. No wonder Mercury is setting the pace everywhere for style, size, performance, luxury —and value! Why notstop hi at our showroom today? PRESENTED BY DREW RYS :BEER Out-refreshes them all! -~»\957, Drowryi Lid. U.SA. lnc« Soulh Bend. Ind. Ml ERCURY -for *5T with DREAM-CAR DESIGN Don't mlas the big television hit, "THE ED SULLIVAN SHOW," Sunday Evening, 7:00 to 8:00. Station WISH, Channel 8. HAVENS MOTORS INC Market T^reet at 25th Logansport, Ind. THE BIG Phone 3507

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