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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 32

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 5, 1957
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Twelve Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune WMAQ DAILY RADIO PROGRAMS (All Listings Central Dayllvnt Time) WEDNESDAY EVENING WBBM (780) WLS WSAL (1230) 6:00 News Bell-airs 6:lo Newa—SponaNewa 6:30 News Sports 6:45 Man's Family Anderson Mews-Weather Weather News Newa N«wi Sports Hsatter Hennessey 7:00 News Anderson News News 7:15 people-FunnyAndorson Music Serenade 7:30 Mghtline Scot Yard L-ate News Mystery 7:45 Nlchtline Scot. Tarcl Iko News Mystery 8:00 News S:15 Nlghtline 8:30 Nishtllne 8:45 Nlshtline News World Sports Amna n Andy Dance Time JDanco Time Mews Mantovanl Bob & Ray Bob & Ray Bob & Ray Big Bands 3:00 News 3:15 Chan 9:30 Chan 0:45 Chan News Anderson LiOWlS Lewis News Fights Fights Fights News Nlghtwatch NiKhtwateh 3-Star Final 10:00 News 10:15 Night Desk 10:30 Night Desk 10:40 Sports News Morcler Town Crier Weltzel News Music Kudy Rudy Nlehtwatch Nlghtwatch Nlehtwatch NiKhtwateh THURSDAY MORNING 8:00 News News-Harrlmrton BreaKtast Club News !:!£ Chi Carilns Jim Conway Breakfast Club Rise ana Shine 8:30 Chi Calllnz Gold Coast Breakfast Club Ads 3:45 News Breakfast BreaXraM Club Rise and Shine 9:00 News 3:15 Truth-Cons. 9:30 Bandstand 9:45 Bandstand Arthur Godfrey M.v True Storj Rise and Shine Arthur Godfrey My True Story Rise and Shine Arthur Godfrey News News-Melodlet Arthui Godfrey Girl Marries Melodies 10:00 News 10:15 Bandstand 10:30 Bandstand 10:45 Bandstand Arthur Godfrey Whlsp. Sta. Arthur Godfrey Tello-Test Elolse-Josh News Howard Miller Martha Crane Woman's Wor Woman's Wor Queeu-Day Queen-Day U:00 News Wendy Warrdn News Words 11:10 Records Backstage Wife M. Consldlno Record Shop ll:JC Records Helen Trent Markets Carrol] Co. 11:46 Duchess Gal Sunday Weather Carroll Co. THURSDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 News Nora Drake News 12:16 MerryHeld Ma Perkins Markets 12:30 M«rryfleld Ec-ntley News Dinner Bell 12:45 Merry field Hoad of UCe Dinner Bell Newa Co. Extension Farm Corner Farm Corner 1:00 News Happiness 1:15 Confessions "Mrs. Burton 1:30 Worn. In Hse Strike-Rich 1:45 Dr. Gentry Entertainment Markets Play Ball Happiness Road Play Ball Xcws Baseball Queen-Day Baseball 2:00 2:15 2:30 2:45 News Matinee Hill Top Pop. STouns House Party House Party Dr. Malone buck.v bud lea News-Weather Baseball Jack Paar Baseball News Baseball Wayne King Baseball 3:00 3:15 3:30 3-45 Newa Jim Mills Jim Mills Jlrn Mills Anderson Woman Vlewa Gold Jtuut Take a Break News Lombardo Music Music Baseball Baseball Baseball Off Record 4:00 News I J aui Glbso.n Newa 4:15 Jim .Mills Paul Gibson Polka Party 4:30 SporiH Taui Gibson News 4-45 Jim Mills Josh Brady Polka Party Off Record Records, Newt Tee i Tunes Teen Tunea 5:00 News News Wolk 5-16 Wed Howard Job?: Harrlnfftoo Welle 5:30 Wed Howard Sports WcJk 5-45 Goo. Stcne Lowe! Tbomag NGWS^ Tuno Tim» Want Ad« Schools Wonders Probe Engine Additive Deal INDIANAPOLIS (UP) - A former state official said Tuesday he recommended on his own initiative the purchase of "Glo" engine additive for slate - owned motor vehicles. Edmond S. Talucci, former director -of State Industries and Farms, told newsmen he urged the use of "Glo" in letters to state departments and institutions. Talucci was one of three witnesses subpenaed to testify as a Marion County grand jury resumed its 'investigation of Indiana's highway scandal. "Nobody instructed me to write the letter," Talucci said outside the grand jury room. He said hej recommended use of the additive! after receiving a sample" from agent Arthur J. Mogilner and testing it in his own automobile. Mogilner sold the State Highway Department $133,000 worth of Glo at $8 a gallon. Records showed competitive brands were bid at half that pnce. • Congress W.ill Talk To Baseball Brass WASHINGTON, (UP)—Baseball Commissioner Ford Frick and major league Presidents Warren Giles .and Will Harridge have been asked to appear before the House Judiciary Committee on June 17. Emanuel Celler (D-N.Y.), chairman of the committee, said the top baseball brass will be asked about the possible shift of the Brooklyn Dodgers and New York Giants to California as well as the game in transactions. general and money Celer's committee Is investigating the game with an eye on possible anti-trust legislation. Woman Fatally Burned As Clothes Catch Fire LINTON, Ind. (UP) — Mrs. Crystal Malone, 46, Coalmont, was fatally burned late Tuesday when her clothing caught fire as she did her weekly washing at her home. Mrs. Malone died in Freeman- Green Hospital here about six hours after the mishap. Authorities said she apparently threw something inflammable on the fire and it exploded. Check Charge Filed At Peru PERU, Ind.—Two airmen were charged with issuing a fraudulent check and false pretenses in affidavits filed Tuesday in the Miami county circuit court. Held under $1,000 bond are Bill Slate Driver After Wreck City police reported two traffic accidents Tuesday, and one driver was arrested for reckless driving following a collision on Biddies Island. Officers charged Eva Mae Lownes, 57, of 300 Highland street, after the car she was driving collided with a 'truck on the island at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday. The police said she was headed south on South Third street in the east lane of southbound traffic when she made a rightturn, hitting the truck in the outside lane driven by James W. Custer, 22, of 215 Burlington avenue. Autos driven by Mrs. Helen Persinger, 37, of 807 High street, and Chester Miller, 62, of 1907 North street, collided at Twelfth and East Broadway at 11:40 a.m. Mrs, Persinger was headed west on Broadway, and turned left onto Twelfth as Miller, headed north on Twelfth, was pulling into Broadway, police said. Okay Office Building Site INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—The Indiana State Office Building Commission voted tentatively Tuesday to erect a multi - million dollar structure north of the Statehouse on property that must' be bought for about $1.5 million. ARREST DRIVER Tne voice vote okayed the site „„„ T ., „ Margaret E. Murphy, 16, of 1311 across O hio Street from the State- Gilleland, 19, charged with issuing East Market street, was arrested, house, pending a check into the a fraudulent check, and James Tuesday afternoon on_East Market j cos t. pi ve members voted for the Menshew, charged with false pretenses. Paul Bahney, Peru grocer who said he cashed the check for Gilleland, filed the charges against the older airman, while police filed the count against Menshew, charged with forging an endorse-i MONTICELLO, Ind. - Final Pulaski County Man Expires At Residence WINAMAC, Ind. — Roy Poor, 78, a Pulaski county resident most of his life, died at noon Tuesday at him home four miles west of here, after a lengthy illness. Born Feb. 15, 1879, in Ohio, he came to this area as a child. Survivors are two sons, Frank of here and Milo of Lansing, Mich.; two daugters, Mrs. Cecil Budd and Mrs. Clyde Fitz, both of Winamac; and a sister, .Mrs. Charles Budd, also of here. Friends may call after 4 p.m. Wednesday at the Kennedy funeral home here. Final rites are pending. Wednesday Evening, June 5, 1957. Will Probe Lack Of Tax INDIANAOLPIS (UP)—The Indiana Tax Study Commission decided Tuesday to study a "hot potato"—the fact that manufacturers still pay no stale tax on their interstate safes. The group, which collects tax data and recommends new laws, agreed to study four other tax problems between now and the 1959 Indiana Legislature.. State Sen. Matthew Welsh (D- Vincennes) told other commission members the fact the 1957 assembly failed to pass a net worth tax on manufacturers "as a political question is going to be a hot potato." Welsh pointed out manufacturers and farmers selling interstate! pay practically no tax to the state | since they are exempt from the gross income tax and all but a penny of the 15-cent state property tax was repealed. Former Peru Resident Dies In Auto, Train Accident In Canada PERU, Ind. — Miss Alice Newman, 25, Detroit, a former Peru resident, and a female companion were killed naar Windsor, Canada, Sunday when their car slaUcd on a railroad and was struck by a train, according to word received here. A native of Peru, she was tha daughter of Allen and Helen Newman and attended the local schools, graduating from high school in 1950. The family moved to Detroit about five years ago. Survivors are her parents, cf Detroit; a half-brother, Alien Hashncr, East Gary; and two nieces and a nephew. A brother, Bruce, was killed in a Detroit traffic accident Doc. 24, 1955. Services and burial will be at Detroit Wednesday. street for speeding. She was slat- s jt e . Rep. Walter Maehling (Ded by city police using the electric! Terre Haute) voted "no," and timer, which clocked her at 45 R e p. Laurence Baker CR-Kendall miles an hour in the 30-mile-aiv hour zone. HOLD SERVICES MONTICELLO, Ind. — ment to the check "with intent to \ rites for George W. Carr.es, 32, defraud." ' i brother of John Carries of Brook- The pair was arrested after' ston, were held Tuesday at Stock- they tried to cash a $64 check at the Wabash Valley Trust company. well. He died at Sunday. his home there ville) said he went on record as opposed, although he abstained from voting. » Baker earlier told the Legislative Advisory Commission buying the site would be "reaching into the taxpayer's pocket" because stale-owned University Park west of toe Statehouse is available at no expense. Monticello Rural Mail Carrier Hurt In Crash MONTICELLO, Ind. Walter Heimlich, 67, of 502 West Market street, Monticello, rural mail carrier on route 2, Monticello, was reported in "fairly good" condition at the White county Memorial hospital Tuesday night with injuries suffered in a traffic accident. He was injured when his car collided with one driven by George D. Druding of Beech Grove at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday just outside Roth Park. The extent of liis injuries has not been determined. Name John R. Hayes Brookston Principal MONTICELLO, Ind. - John R. Hayes will succeed Kenneth Norris as principal of Die Brookston schools, it has been announced by Morris Erickson, Prairie township trustee. Hayes lias been a teacher at the Brookston high school for three years. N'orris is the new Whitt county school superintendent. LOSES WATCH Susan Lindley of route 4, city, Tuesday afternoon reported to police that she lost her wristwalch on East Broadway between the high school and the downtown area that morning. TV Programs WEDNESDAY EVENING (CDT) 6:00—Channel 4 Rascals Channel 6 Weather Channel 8 ' News 8:15—Channel 6 News Channel 8 News 6:30—Channel 6 O'Connell Channel 8 TEA 6:45—Channel 4 . News Channel 6 News 7:00—Channel 4 Baseball Channel 6 Mask Party Channel 8 Godfrey 7:30—Channel 6 Dad Knows Best 8:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 8:30—Channel 4 .Channel 8 t>:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 0:30—Channel 6 10:00—Channel 4 Channel G Channel 8 10:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 10:45—Channel 4 Channel 8 11:00—Channel 6 11:30—Channel 6 Baseball TV Theater Millionaire Basebalyl I Have Secret Baseball Your Life Fox Hour Hawkeye Federal Men Oz-Harriet Hiway Patrol News Theater News Movies Late Show Weather Tonight THURSDAY 12:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 12:15—Channel 8 Channel 8 12:30—Channel 4 . Channel 6 Channel 8 1:00—Channel 4 Channel 8 1:30—Channel 4 Channel'6 Channel 8 feOO—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 Z:30—Channel 8 3:00—Channel 6 Channel 8 3:15—Channel 8 3:30—Channel 4 Channel 8 S:45—Channel fi 4:00—Channel 6 4:15—Channel 8 4:30—Channel 8 Channel 4 4:45_Channel 4 •5:00—Channel 4 Channel 8 S:15—Channel 6 5:30—Channel 6 Ike Is Told Budget Hurts Fund Raising Republican National Chair- | man Kcports Party Having Trouble Raising Campaign Funds WASHINGTON (UP)— Republican National Chairman Meade Alcorn told President Eisenhower Tuesday that the GOP is having trouble raising campaign funds because some potential contributors feel hi* 1958 fiscal budget is too high. But he also gave the Chief Executive some encouraging news: the GOP stands a good chance of recapturing control of the House from the Democrats next year and the Senate is "touch and go." Alcorn and a delegation of national party leaders called on the President to give him a detailed account of the results of six regional Republican conferences held re-'| various parts of the AFTERNOON 4 Sight " Markets Nows-Weather Farm News Farm-Home RFD Club BO World Turns 4 Sight Miss Brook.- Beulah Tenn. Ernie House Party Film Matinee Payoff Crosby Queen Brighter Day Secret Storm Movietime Edge of Night Romances Movie Time Life of Christ Stu Erwin Cartoons Churchman Mickey Mouse Early Show Cartoon Time Rin Tin Tin cently in country. Offers No Homedy Alcorn told newsmen afterwards he informed the President that Republican fund-raisers reported "difficulty with some larg« contributors because of a • feeling among some of these contributors that.Hie budget is too high." He said Eisenhower offered no remedy for the GOP's fund-raising troubles, but merely observed that he had heard these reports loo. Akorn said he told the President the regional meetings convinced him "there will be substantial gains in 1957-98 in Republican governorships and reasonable gains In Congress." "If our state leaders are accurate," ho said, "our gains in 1958 will be more than sufficient to give us control of the House, but the situation in the Senate is touch and go." At present, Democrats control the House by a margin of 234-200,• with one vacancy, and the Senate' by a margin of 49-4fi, also with one vacancy. SISTER DIMS MONTICELLO, Ind. — Services for Mrs. Minnie Worley, 93, sister of Mrs. Geneva Summers of CRASH INJURIES FATAL Brookston, were held Tuesday at SOUTH BEND (UP) — Charles | West Lebanon: She died Saturday E. Baumgarte, 36, Niles, Mich., died in Memorial Hospital here Tuesday of injuries sustained in an auto accident Momor'ial Day. at Waynetown. Black marble is mined in northeastern Arkansas. You can solve your money problems with a O.A.C. "Between Payday" loan. 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