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Fwo Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune DAILY RADIO PROGRAMS (Ail Muting;.'] Central Dayligni Time) WMAQ VVBBM (780) WLS WSAL (1230) MONDAY EVENING (1:00 Dreler Josh Brady News News 6Js teas. News Nows Markets Sporu 6:3t, News ."ports . News Heatter 6:45 Man's Fam. Anderson News-Sports Hennessey 7:00 News 7:15 Symphony 7:30 Symphony 7:45- Symphony Anderson Anderson Suspense Suspense Heatter Lewis Firestone Firestone Lewis Serenade Mystery Mystery 8:00 Telephone IlrNewa News Bob & Ray 8:16 Telephone HrTBA Music Hall Bob-Kay 8:30 THA Music Hall Itantovarfi Bob.Ray 8:45 TBA Music Hall Mantovanl Serenade 9:00 8:15 9:30 9:45 News Chan Chan Chan News Bellnlrs-Clearr R. Q. Lewis R. Q. Lewis Nows Imagination Rest Haven Rest Haven News Nlte Watch Nile Watcl Nite Watch 10:00 News Weltzel 10:16 NlRht De»le Mercier 10:30 Night Desk Weltzel 10:45 Sports Weitzel Rudy Rhythm Rudy Rhythm News Music ' Newt Nlte Watch Mte Watch Nite Watch TUESDAY MORNING 8:00 Drier News 8:15 Chlcaso Call. Jim Conway 8:30 Chicago Call Gold Coast 8:45 News Brady Breakfast CIUT> Breakfast Club Breakfast Club Breakfast Club News Muslo Music Music 9:00 Bandstand Arthur Godfrey True Story Records 9:15 Bandstand Arthur Godfrey True Story Devotion* 9:30 Bandstand Arthur Godfrey News Wewi 9: la BnndKtund Arthur Godfrey Giri Marries Melodies 30:00 Bandstand 10:15 Bandstand 10:30 Handstand 10:45 Bandstand Arthur Uadtrey Whispering Sts. Arthur Godfrey Jack Paar Kloloe & Josh News How Miller Martha Crane Woman's Wor Woman's World Queen-Day Queen-Day 11:00 News 11:16 J Holtman 11:30 J Holtman 11:45 Duchess Wendy Warren News B:icksr.ase Millie Helen Trent Markets Gal Sunday Markets Words M. Considlne Carroll Co. Bulletins TUESDAY AFTERNOON 6:00—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 8 8:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 8:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 9:00—Channel 8 9:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 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 32:00 Nows Nora Drake News 7.2:H M. Merrytield Ma Perkins ' Markets 12:30 M MerryfleldNewn Dinnerboll 12:45 Mcrryfleld Iload of Life Dlnncrboll News Co. Ext. Farm corner Farm Corner 1:00 News News 1:15 Jim Mills Mrx. Burton 1:30 Worn. In Hs£t.r!lco Rich 1:45 Dr. Gentry Unterialnrncnt News-Markets Schooltlme Queen-Day Quaen-Day Play Ball Play Ball Basehall Baseball 2:00 Nows HOIIHO Party News 2:15 Matinee House Party Jack 2:30 Hilltop Dr. Malone. • Muslo 2:45 Pep Youns Lucky Ladles Music Paar Baseball Baseball Baseball baseball 3:00 Nows Jim Conway News Baseball 3:15 Bill Goodwin View Nows Music Hall Baseball 3:30 Bill Goodwin Go!(J Coast Capt. Stubby Baseball 3:45 Bill Oooilwln Tiilce Break Capt. Stubby Scoreboard 4:00 Nows 4:15 Mills 4:30 .Sports 4:45 Howard Paul Gibson Paul Gibson Paul Gibson Josh Brady Nows Polka Time News Pollca Party Off Record Nows Toen Tunet Teen Tunes 6:00 News Magazine Hob * Ray Tune-Time 6:15 Howard Harrington. News Rob & tlay Want Ads 5-30 Howard Sports Bob & Ray Pub. Service 6:45 News Lnwnl! Thomas News Wonders Forest Bish Services Set Here Wednesday; Was Grocer 35 Years Services for Forest G. Bish, 73, of 1425 High street, will be held at 2 p. m. Wednesday at the Fisher funeral home with Rev. Kenneth Brady officating. Burial will be in the Musselman cemetery, Carroll county. Bish, who resided at 1425 High street, was a grocer here for the past 35 years and formerly operated a grocery store at Camden. He dfied at 1 p. m. Saturday at Rotert Long hospital, Indianapolis, a day aftef being admitted there for emergency surgery. He was born in Ohio March 55, 1884, the son of Frank and Harriet Nye Bish and was a member of the Ninth Street Christian church here. His wife. Lilla,'survives with a daughter, Thelma and son, Lester, both of Florida; two grandchildren two great-grandchildren; four brothers and four sisters, Clarence, of Greenwich, 0., Carl, Theodore and Leland, all of Tiffin, 0.; Mrs. Ruth .Hoerig, of Cleveland, Mrs. Edna Attlin and Mrs. Vesta Jump, both of Tiffin and Mrs. Alta Hollenbeck of Sandusky, 0. A son, daughter and brother died earlier. Eight cents out of every dollar spent by consumers for food goes for transportation. Tuberculosis Fatal To Tommy Brown, 33, Peru C &0 Employe PERU, Ind. — Tommy Charles Brown, 33, life Peru resident who was confined to the Irene Byron sanatorium at Fort Wayne as a tuberculosis patient for the'past 10 years, died there at 3:40 p. m. Saturday. Brown was a Chesapeake & Ohio railroad laborer before his illness and he residfed at 264 West Ninth street. He was a member of the Nazareno church. Born Aug. 28, 1023 at Bement, 111., he was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Burl and Zora Shipman Brown. He married Betty Stepler in 1341. Surviving are two children, Tom my, Jr. and Nita, both at Amboy, two brothers, Burl W. Brown, Jr., Peru, and Fred, of Kokomo; one sister, Mrs. Eugene Messmore, of Louisville, Ky. Services will be held at 2 p. m. Tuesday' at the Drake-Flower funeral homo with Rev. Doyle Hofferbert officiating. Burial will be in the Mount Hope cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. TV Programs MONDAY EVENING CDT Rascals . Weather News News News Nat Cole Robin Ho.od News News Lone Ranger Showcase Burns-Allen Firestone Talent Scout Press Conf. 21 Lucy Welk Montgomery Dec. Bride Studio 1 Wire Service Annapolis Capt. Grief Stage 7 News Playhouse News Movies Late Show Weather Tonight TUESDAY AFTERNOON 12:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 12:15—Channel 6 Channel 8 12:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 1:00—Channel 4 Channel 8 1:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 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 3:45—Channel 6 4:00—Channel G Channel 8 4:15—Channel 8 4:30—Channel 8 4:45—Channel 4 5:00—Channel 4 Channel 8 5:15—Channel 6 5:30—Channel fl 4 Sight Markets News-Weather News Farm-Home RFD 4 Club 60 World Turns 4 Sight Miss Brooks Mark Saber Tenn. Ernie House Party Film Theater Payoff Crosby Queen Bright Day Secret Storm Movietime Edge ot Night Romances Movie Time Chapel Door . Life ot Christ Stu Erwin What New? Mickey Mouse .Early Show Cartoon Superman Emma Smith, Fulton Lady, Dies At 81 ARGOS, Ind. —'Emma Overmyer Smith, 81, longtime member of the Tioca community, at route 55, Rochester .passed away at 8:10 a. m. Sunday at Woodlawn hospital, Rochester, after being stricken Friday at her home. Mrs. Smith was born April 6, 1876 in Pulaski county but lived most of her life in Tiosa. She was the daughter of Israel and Sarah Myers Overmyer. In 1893 she married James Palmer, who died in 1908. Her second husband, Guy Smith, whom she married May 23, 1927, preceded in death April 6, 1955. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Carmen Kath and Mrs. Doris Long, both of Tiosa, and Mrs: Mary Zumbaugh, of Chase, Mich.; two sons, Oswald Palmer, route 5, Rochester, and Cecil, o.f Beil Gardens, Calif.; three stepchildren, Mrs. Donna Halgb, Chebanse, III,, Mrs. Lois Konow, of South Bend, and Roy Smith, route 3, Argos; 23 grandchildren; 35 great-grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Delia. Smith Rochester. One son, James, died in 1938. Mrs. Smith was a member of the Tiosa Brethern church where services wil Ibe held at 2 p. m. Wednesday with Rev. Wayne Swihart, Valparaiso, officiating. The body wil Ibe removed from the Grossman funeral home, Argos, at 4 p. m. today to the home of a daughter, Mrs. Orville Long, Tioca. Friends -may call there after 7 p. m. Monday and until I noon Wednesday. The body will lie in state one hour at the church before last rites. Burial will be in the Sand Hill cemetery. FOUND IN LAKE CHICAGO (UP) -Tile body of Kenneth Robbins, 41, Elkhart, Ind., I one of four persons aboard a plane which disappeared March 11, was washed ashore from Lake Michi- an on Chicago's South Side Saturday. Police said Robbins was identified from papers found on his body. Cornell University's 10,700 students come from 48 states and 70 foreign countries. FREE MOVIES GREENFIELD, Mass. — Under the will of the late Louis Rosenzweig, some 500 Greenfield children under 12 will be admitted free to Iho Victoria Theater one day a year. Rosenzweig operated that playhouse for half a century. Eastman Employees' Savings Rose in 1956 ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Eastman Kodak Co. employes saved $4.5 | million more last year than they jdid in 1!>55, according to the 195(1 annual report of the Eastman Savings and Loan Association. Jarnos K. Killip, executive vice- president of the association which is Jinked to the firm, reported that savings in the institution rose In a record $30,900,000—up 13.9 per cent over 1955, Killip revealed that the associa lion's assets reached $42 million making it fourth in amount of assets among the 159 savings and! oan associations chartered by New York State. CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1—Leak through i —Girl's name 9—Workshop (colloq.) 12—AmU3o 14—Glrl'a name 16—Taut 16—Curved archoa IS —Accomplished 21—Thoroughfare (abbr.) 22—A state (abbr.) 24—European 25—Free of 27—Aged ' 20—Attitude 31—Spoken 34—Father 36—Period of time 37—Female horse 38—Instrument . 30—City in Peru • 41—Provide crow 42—Seed 44—Danish Island 48— College degree (abbr.) 47—Postscript (abbr.) 4S—Roars 52—Render beloved 54—Girl's name 57—Sign of zodiac 58—Seclusion 61—Number G2—Wise person 63—Vivacity DOWN 1—Place 2—Compass point 3—Sicilian volcano 4—Nuisances 5—Latin conjunction 6—Note of scale 7—King of beasts 8—Ire 9—Bulgarian coin "Th« n 19 2o ttM. »j Vail*} FMtiin amdicu*, lot. 10—Class comprising birds 11— Choicest 13—Juniperllko si; rub 17—Dialect 19—Spirit in Tempest'' 20—Native of Span tab- Portuguan* peninsula 22—Majority 28—Mixture 25—Apothecary's weight 28—Let fall HO—Designated 32—Desert dweller 33—River In Siberia 3f>—Choice part 40—Place for cothbat 43—Famous Greek courtesan 46—Spcnlc 47—Pound with stones 48—Dirk BO—Klthor ona of Bear constellations 51—Dirt 53—Put on, as nlothcs E5—Kxtinct nighties* bird BIJ—Hostelry C9—Kin?: of Baalian CO—French article Read the Classified Ads Ruth Rinker, Monon, Dies MONON, Ind. — Mrs. Ruth Gus- tln Rinkor, 58, of 218 North Race street, Monon, died at 10:550 a. m. Sunday at White County Memorial hospital after a two-week illness that had brought her hospitalization three days ago. A life resident of White county, she was born at MonticelJo July 23, 1898 the daughter ot Joseph and Maude Carson Cullen. She was married first to Howard Guston in August, 1918. He died June 19, 1936 and she was married to Alfred Rinker March 2, 1947 after living five years in Indianapolis. The deceased was a member of the Monon Methodist church and Current Study club' and the American Legion auxiliary and Mother's Study club at Monticello. She is survived by Mr. Hinker and four children, Sarah Jane Val- entine, of Indianapolis, Joseph H. Gustin, Standard food store manager at Logansport, Miss Ruth Carol Gustin, of Indianapolis, and John P. Custin, route 1, Monon; five stepchildren, William A. Rinker and Mrs. Ruth N. Rinker, botli of Francesville; Harold Rinker, of Monon, Marion Rex, rural route, Monon, and Imojean Clerget, of Lubbock, Texas. Also, 17 grandchildren; and two sisters, Mrs. Esther Aulwurm, of Gary and Mrs. Naomi Cook, of Chicago, One son is deceased. Friends may call after 7:30 p. m. today at Die Stewart funeral home at Monon. The body will lie in state at the Methodist church for one hour before 2 p. rn. services there Wednesday with Rev. Dale Hamilton officiating. Burial will be in Riverview cemetery. -Din Monday Evening, May 20, 1957. Estimate Air Base Crowd At 37,000 PERU, Ind. —Bunker Hill air base was inspected by 37,00* persons In a six-hour period Saturday, observing Armed Forces Day. A tricky 45-minule helicopter demonstration and maneuvers by a pair of supersonic F-94's highlighted the program. There were free movies at the base theater. But fire-fight demonstration fell casualty to the poor weather. Base officials estimated 8,000 cars entered the base between 10 a. m. and 4 p. m. They were policed by air force personnel und state troopers on U. S. 31. Two Chain Collisions Near Air Base Gates PERU, Ind. — Two three-car collisions occurred near the Bunker Hill air base entrance soulii of here on U. S. 31 at 2:455 p. m. Saturday as thousands of persons attended an Armed Forces Day program. AH vehicles involved were from Howard county. Trooper John Rusie said the first mishap caused $500 total damage whena car of Stanley Hopkins, 27, Greentown, struck the rear of a car of Earl Smith, 43, Kokomo, pushing it into an auto of Henry David, 36, of Kokomo. Jane E. Smith, 8, in the second auto, received a possible fractured nose. The second accident similarly involved cars of Wendell Dye, Theodore Slalter and Joe Beamen all of Kokomo. Joyce Statler suffered a possible wrenched neck. Indian Boy Run Over Twice by Auto PRYOR, Mont. — Sealmer Red Star, eight-year-old Crow Indian, showed no ill effects after being run over twice by the same car in one day. Red Star hitched his sled behind a car driven by Fred Bird Hat, also a Crow. Bird Hat, who did not enow the boy had hitched on, stop>ed and'backed up. The boy slid off the sled and a rear wheel passed over his body. Several persons witnessed the accident, and began shouting at Red Hat. He thought he was going .0 back into something so he pulled forward and again the wheel passed over the boy. Red Star was rushed to the hospital. Although shaken, he wai jroclaimed in sound condition. Reinforcing Steel Mervis Steel Co.. Kokomo Phone 4121 Heartburn? 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