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Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, July 10, 1957
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Wednesday Evening. July 10, 1957. DAILY RADIO PROGRAMS WMAQ (All Listing* C«nt ral Dayllrht Time) WBBM (780 WLS WEDNESDAY EVENING WSAL {1230 .6:00 New* Bell-air« f:3s News—Sports News C:30 N*w» Sports «:45 Man's Family Anderson ,Newa-W«ath«r Weathtr New* N«Wi Sport* Hsatter Hennevse 7:00 New* Anderson 7:30 Nlghlllne 7:45 NJffhtlln* 8:00 News *:15 Nlffhtlln* »:IO Nlshtllne* SMS N'fghtline »:00 News *:15 Chan »:30 Chan . ;*:X5 Chan Scot. Tar4 Scot. Yard News World Sports Arnos n Andy .News Anderson Lew 1« Music Late New» lice News t)apce Time .Dance Tim* .Mantovanl Mews -News Mystery Mystery Bob & Ray Bob & Ray Bob & Ray Big Bands • News Is'lKhtwatch Nlprhtwatch 2-Star Final 10:00 News News 10:U xlRht De»k Mercler 1V.30 .VlJTht Desk Town Crier 10:45 Sports tt'eltzel News Mu>!o Kudy Rudy Kightwatch Nlsfhtwatch NlR-htwatch THURSDAY MORNING • I,, £& S* 1 , 11 ."* Jlm Conway Chi Calling Gold Coast N«?w» _ Brpakjfaat CreaKfast Club N»w» Breakfast Club Rise and Shine Breakfast CJub Ads Breakfast Club PJse and SMne 9:00 News >:!» Truth-Cons. 9:30 Bandstand 9:45 Bandstand Arthur CJodtrey Arthur Godfrey Arthur Godfrey Arrhiij Gorffre*- M.T True Storj Rise and SJilne My True Story RJse and Shine News NewH-Melodlet Gfrt Marrlen Afeiodtei> 10:00 News 10:15 Bandstand 10:30 Bandstand 10:45 Bandstand Arthur Godfrey Arthur Godfrey Howard Miller Whlsp. Six. Tello-Test News Martha Crane ~ Woman's Wor Woman's Wor Queen-Day Queen-Day DRIVER UNHURT AS GRAVEL TRUCK OVERTURNS 11:10 News 11:11 P.troran ll:ir Records 11:45 Duchaws Weiciy Warren Backstage Wi£» Helen Trent Gal Sunday News M. ConslcHn* Market* Weather Words Hecord Shop Carroll Co. Carroll Co. Slxly-five-year-old Basil Scagnoll »urvey« his sand and gravel truck, weighing .about 20,000 pounds, (hat he crawled out of Monday unhurt after -It turned nver on a road live miles northeast of Logansport. (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) THURSDAY AFTEKNOON 13:00 N«w» 12:li Morryfleld 12:JO Merryrleld 12:45 Merrrrinld Nora Drake Ma Perkins Ec-ntley New I'.oad of Uf News Market! Dinner Bell Dinner,Bell A.-.W, Co. Extension Farm Corner Parnv Corner Death Claims Disko Farmer. 1:00 News 1:15 ConfesBlona 1:30 Worn. In HK« 1:45 Dr Gentry Mrx. Burton Strlkft-Rich Entertainment Market a Happiness Road News Queen-Day Play Ball Play Ball Baseball Rase hall 2:1)0 News .2:15 Matinee 2:30 Hill Top 2:45 Pep Yotin Housft Party Houne Party Dr. Malone l.uckv Cutting Mews- Weather Jnck Paar Way no K.lntf Baseball Ha.Mbe.il Leopold Appeal Supported By Poet, Authors 1:00 New* 3:15 Jlrn Mllln 2:30 Jim M1I!« 3:45 .Jim Mlllfi And^rxon Woman Vllwa Galrt ^tttnl Take a Break Music Mimic Kaaelmll Hasehall Baxelmll Off Keeord 4:00 News 4:15 Jim Mills, 4:30 HporlH 4:45 .Mm MlllR i'uul Gibson Paul lilhHon Jo^h Brady Newn Polka Party PolliR Party Of: Record Koconlh, No Toe i Tun«» PERU, Ind—Rites for Henry M. Smith. 71, a farmer of the Disco community who died Monday evening at the home of-his daughter, Mrs. Georgeanna Thomas, route 3, (North Manchester, will be held at,_ , _ „ _ , 2 p.m. Thursday at the Mayer- Carl Sandburg, Erie Slan- Haupert mortuary, Akron. '<=y Gardner and Meyer Born in Miami county May 4, Kiwi, lo Jacob B.. and Sarah (Whilmyro Smith, hs was married Nov. 4. J90H, at Rochester, *:00 .Sewn Nowa Welk «:15 w«d Howard loh . Harrington Wclk «:IO VCed Howard Sports Welk B:45 Geo. Btcne Lnw*-! Thomas News Tuno Tim* Want Ada Schools "Wonderw TV Programs WEDNESDAY EVENING «:00—Channel 4 Rascals Channel 6 Weather Channel 8 News «:15—Channel 6 News Channel 8 News 8:30—Channel 6 O'Connell Channel 8 Country Show I:4S—Channel 4 News Channel 6 N'ews 7: Oft—Channel 4 Baseball Channel 6 Mask Party Channel 8 Vic Damone 7:30—Channel 6 Dad Knows 3est 8:00—Channel 4 Channel 8 Channel B 8:30—Channel 4 Channel B J:00-Channel 4 Channel B Channel 8 S-..TO—Channel 6 10:00—Channel 4 Channel S Channel 8 10:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 10.-4J—Channel 4 Channel 8 11:00—Channel « ll:30-Channcl 6 THURSDAY 12:00—Channel B Channel 8 12:15—Channel 6 Channel 8 12:30—Channel » Channel 8 1:00—Channel 8 1:30—Channel 4 Channel B Channel 8 S:00-Channel 4 Channel R Channel « 1:30—Channel R 3:00—Channel B Channel 8 3:15—Channel 8 3:30—Channel 4 Channel H 3:45—Channel B 4:00—Channel fl Channel 8 4; IS—Chan/ir.') » 4:30—Channel 8 Channel 4 •4:45—Channel 4 6:00—Channel 4 Channel 8 jus-Channel B S:30—Channel G Baseball TV Theater Millionaire Basebalyl I Have Secret Baseball Your Life Steel Hour Hawkcye Federal Men TBA Hiway Patrol News Theater News Movies Late Show Weather Tonight AJ-'TKIINOON Markets News-Weather Farm News Farm-Home Club BO World Turns Miss Brooks 4 SiKhl Bridu-Groom House Party Film Nab Robber Of Grocery SEYMOUR UP — A Chj'cagoan was arrested by Kentucky police Tuesday shortly after robbing a Crothersville grocery of $2,000, State police reported. Authorities said Curlis Checkles, 26, readily admitted the robbery when captured with his wife,' Mayae, 28, in Bedford, 'Ky., and agreed to waive extradition 1 to Indiana. Police said $1,428 was found on the couple. They said Chuckles walked inlo the grocery, bought some supplies and looted an open safe when the manager left the store. The couple fled toward Kentucky in a sedan. Swear In New Member Of Miami Draff Board PERU, Ind, - Alva Mnlloie of 251 South Broadway was sworn in Monday night as a member of the Miami county Selective Service Board, succeeding Rex Cornell, who resigned for business reasons. .VJatlox, owner and operator of Malt's grocery, joins George D. Arnold, chairman; Charles Walker, .secretary; Joslnn 1'uor and Ifarold G. Slarkcy on lint board. He was sworn in by \A. Col. Waller Miller, Imllunaolix, deputy stale director. Treasury Gets $3,000 Matiaee'Sent From Goshen, Ind. Payoff WASHINGTON CUP) — The Crosby Queen Hrlgh'xjr Day Secret Storm Movielimc Edge ot Nighl Romances Movie Time Chapel Door Cartoons Stu Krwln Carloons Churchman Mickey Mouse; no return Treasury'Tuesday »uid it has received a package containing $.'1,000 in well-thumbed paper money from an anonymous sender In Goshen, Ind. The department said it placed the money In Us so-culled "conscience fund"—money donated by persons who government have cheated In one way the another. The package was sent by parcel to Anna K, Jaffman. She died last August. He spent most of.his lilc in the Disko community. Survivors include two 'daughters, Mrs. Miriam Honeywell of Churubusco and Mrs. Thomas; a Levin Urged Freedom For Thrill Slayer Asks Dropping Of Indictment INDIANAPOLIS (UP) —Former highway chairman Virgil (Red) Smith asked a judge Tuesday lo throw out a six-count indictment charging him with .accepting bribes on more than a million dollars worth of' equipment contracts. Francesville Farmer Dies FRANCISVILLE, Ind.- - Edward C. Garling, .• 68, farmer of seven Carting, He resided his entire life died at 8:40 a.m. Tuesday a't St. Joseph's hospital in . Logansport, where he was taken Monday. He had been seriously ill for 15 months. A native of Pulaski county, he was born Sept. 4, 1888, the son of Frederick and Sophia (Tiede) Garling. He resided his entirelife on-the same farm. He was a member of the St. James Evangelical and Reformed church, east of here. Survivors are three brothers, John of here. Carl of east of here and.Fred of Cassapolis, Mich.; and three sisters, Mrs. Anna Ringen of here, Mrs. Melissa Ropp of Dowagiac, Mich., and Miss Marie Garling, who resides on the farm southeast of here. Friends may call after 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Querry funeral home here and final rites will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the St. James church, the Rev. A. L. Schieler in charge. Burial will be in the St. James cemetery. SPRINGFIELD, 111. (UP) — Nal'nan ' Leopold, partner in the 1.92'1 Leopold-Loan thrill slaying of liltle Bobby Pranks, made a new bitl for freedom Tuesday will' (he hacking of poet Carl Sa.-.clburg, mystery writer Erie Stanley CJat'tl- nor and novelist Meyer Levin. son, Garland,'of Chili; and nine; ]., e opo!d, ^, appealed li\ grandchildren. ' Friends may call at the funeral home after 2 p.m. Wednesday. The Ecv. Ralph Hoffman will officiate at the services and burial will be in the Akron cemetery. Three Fined In J.P. Court Three drivers, one arrested after a two-truck collision, wore fined in justice of the peace court here late Tuesday. Lemma Wallace, 72, route 2, Calveslon, was fined $1 and costs for failure to yield the right-of-way. lllxois Parole and Pardon Board '••' [:atnmulrv.i>n of his ii5 • y«ar prison term. Mis attorneys argued his case for him while he remained behind bars in massive SlatcviUe Penitentiary at Jolict. The hoard said it will make a recommendation to Gov, William G. St!'alt»n, who is expected In rule on the appeal "in about 30 days." Sandburg and Gardner appealed on Leopold's behalf in letters to StralLon which were presented to the board. Arthur ,7. Mogilner, the "Glo" salesman accused of bribing Smith, asked for a continuance of his scheduled arraignment on 12 bribery counts. . Both Smith and Mogilner Name Hospital Administrator PERU, Ind.-David V. Shaw, 31, Wellesley, Mass., will succeed Robert 0. Moss as administrator of Dukes hospital here, it was announced Tuesday night by the hospital trustees. Shaw will assume his duties here Aug. 31. A graduate of Denison University 'at Oranville, Ohio, Shaw was ono had! of about 30 applicants for the post been scheduled for arraignment in < interviewed by. the trustees. He Marion Criminal Court Wednesday.,has served as administrator of the Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Tlurtcw MISTER BREGCR "Darling! You GOT that promotion!" .A grand jury investigating Indiana's highway scandal charged Mogilner gave Smith $41,000 to get contracts, including $133,000 worth of "GIo". engine additive. Judge Pro Tern Keith Reese wa«i expected to rule Wednesday on Smith's motion to quash and Mogilner's tinuancc. request Jor con' Sandburg, z asked SlralLon native Illinoisan, tor "nn act of mercy and justice" which would be "tr.e gong of n great moment Ho was arrested by Stale Trooper, to he never forgotten in the record Dick Keyc.s after the wreck Monday at the lime kiln, east on U.S. 24. Bernard Gundrum, 25, of route li, Rochester, arrested for exceeding the 30-mflc-un-hour speed limit in Walton by Town Marshall Harold iSlutthur late Tuesday afternoon, was also fined $l and 1 costs. ' Lynll Bowman, 41), Gary, slated Tuesday by Trooper Larry VVagcn- knecht for operating u truck 1,370 pounds overweight, was fined $5 and costs, A civil pcnulty of $7,50 was also assessed on him, bringing the total to $20.tiii. Water Works Contracts Let MONTICEI.LO, lad. — Contracts for improvements nn the city water works here, totalling more than £100,000, were awarded Tuesday morning by the Monliccllo Hoard of Public Works and Safety. l.nyne Northern Co. of Mlslm- waka received Hie contract fur Improvement work at the wuter plant on its low bid of J!17,m, and JtiiHsc'll JJornbiick Co. of here received the contract for work oil tin; feeder mains and cxlonsionii i il.K low bid of $n»,;i7.'i,n'<l. I'lttHburgh Dus .Moiiics Co. of Chicago was awarded Hit; contract Karly Show Cartoon Time Rin Tin Tin ixisl. U was not Insured and had I for erection of a 500,000-gulIon tiink, on a low It was address, addressed i devoted storage Mr. Ibid of $1)11,120. Humphrey, Seer, U.S. Treasury i All three contracts were under (correct), Washington, 1-).C." | tho engineer's estimate. and annals of Illinois and the U.S.A." Sandburg wrote that "a pardon woujd have many good people saying, 'H seems we live in a some world where sometimes at the right moment mercy and justice.' . yes, Ihey respond may come] .The people, OK Acreage Reserve Plan WASHINGTON (UP) — The House reversed itself Tuesday and passed a compi-oml.se $3,060,543,747 agriculture appropriations bill miliiorlxlng a Llghloncd-Lip one-year extension of .the soil bank's acreage reserve program. , Only two months ago llie Mouse yotcd to kill the program after payments were made to farmers partlctpaliiiK tliis year. The Senate voted lo restore II. The resulting compromise was dratted by a joint conference committee. The measure, which still must hu approved by the Senate, New Milford, Conn., hospital; assistant • administrator at Southside hospital, Bayshore, N. Y.; and hospital -administrative secretary for the Vole U. School of Medicine. A veteran of World War ]I and the Korean conflict, Shaw was assigned to the medical service. Mo.ss resigned the local post to become administrator of the 200- bed Doctor's hospital in Cleveland. He wilt leave Peru this Friday. Mocy authority having grace and meaning."' Gardner's Teller said Iliat to acts of tained $aM,900,OflO less than the pold's effect release could "in slcmmlng have great Hie tide nt juvenile delinquency," but did not expand on lie sajd able to gain the point. has m>t been hia freedom before administration requested for operation of furm programs in the coming year. TliB sol! bank plan would llm'.t subsidy payments per farmer lo Mr. and Mrs. Harley .lolinson of Rochester were Sunday guests i>[ Uielr dauffhlers, Mrs. Van Dalsen and family. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Sllnson were dinner guests of'At. and M. Sliiison and family In Plymouth. Jlltihai'd Bas>h spent the weekend wltiS friends In Chicago. Mrs, D. Nleklaiis and daughter spent Saturday night with Mrs. Loin Collins. Mr. and Mrs. Nod Barttott and Rosa .lean' Harris of Lakcville were Sim'duy guests of Mr, and Mirs, Harry Hatch. In the afternoon they vlsled Mr. nixi Mrs. Doyno Heidi in Ijogansporl. Mrs. Ellen Dainko has returned 'to her home in' Whiting after spending n few days with her $:i,6(H), restrict totnl payments lo parents, Mr. and Mrs. ISlgic Hum, 100 million dollars nnd nor liicjnnd helpinfe her mother celebrate and children Joyce Ann, Joe, Jr. and Janie spent a day in Chicago recently. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Chapin of near Palmer were the Sunday guests of Mrs. Lola Collins and Russell. Mr, and Mrs, John E, Savage called on Mrs. Hazel Savage at her new home in> Rochester. Mrs. Bina Mcisner of Barbee Lake spent last week at the home of her niece, Mrs. Aaron Slallard and family, i Recent guests of Mrs, Lola Col-' lins and son Russell were Mr. and Mrs. Glen McGimiis and son Bill, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hitler, Mr. and Mrs. Fred See and Miss Joan Slahl. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Savage, Mrs. Lester Carvcy and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Smith attended the Rochester College Reunion held Sunday at the Izaak Walton League club on the Tippecanoe river. Ned Bartlctt called on his mother, Mrs. Lillian McElvcc, Sunday. Corporal Frank Savage, stationed in JJawaii, is currently enjoying a thirty-day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Savage. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. llalch were the recent guests of their, son, Willis, and wife, near Lowe)), Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ashby had as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wyman and Gladys Clinc. of Rockficld. Evening . guests werE Mr. and Mrs.. Bill Ashby, of Logansport, Mr. and Mrs. 'Bremen Grahnra and family, of Royal Center. lo '.he state of North Carolina, at the Grand Assembly of Rainbow, held at-Indiana University. Berlin Pugh, who recently returned from Indianapolis following major surgery, is undergoing a mild relapse. Mr. and Mrs, James Elnire and family have moved from the Stuart Elnire farm to Decatur, Illinois, where he will be employed in construction work with his brother. Miss Esta Dodt was a Sunday dinner guest 6f Mrs. Flo Dodt. Naneie and Alice Daily spent the past week with Elsie, Loyd and Cecil Touslcy, of .Fulton, Jowa, at their cottage in Wisconsin. Mrs. Opal Wollz lias returned lo her home in Jeffersonville, Indiana, after a visit of several dayi here. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stanglo celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Sunday, July 7, wiUi a large assemblage of relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Bill nines and daughter moved Insl week to tho Enoch Hincs farm, and Enoch Hines and daughters moved to town, where Bill Hincs lived previously. because of "reams of unfortunate publicity" and the Leopold family's "wealth and position." Levin, author of the best-sclllnf! novel "Compulsion" based on the slaying that shocked the nnLlon i!.1 years ago, also urged clemency. ll« said tluit Leopold, who "has become a symbol of a crime, can become a greater symbol of correction." Agriculture- D e p a r t m c,nt from '.landing out any of the .subsidies (luring the closing weeks of the 1IWII congressional election campaign, HURT IN WRECK Miss Virginia Hood, 111, and her brother, Ricliard, 14, of route I, Itoynl Center, were treated Tuesday evening at SI. Joseph's hospital fin' ciiUs and bruises suffered about (I p.m. when the pickup truck In which they were riding went off Uie Lake Cicolt blacktop u mile west of Royal Center find rolled over. Details of the accident were Immediately available. The teenagers ore the children of Mr, lind MrH, Thurinan W. llood. Miami United Fund Votes To Incorporate PERU, Ind.—Tho'board of directors of the L'nllod fund of Miami county Tuesday volcd to Incorporate us a non-profit organization, a i. n meeting In the Peru Chamber of Commerce office. The board, which will beet Inj I he chamber office until other quarters arc available, accepted nndi approved all committee reports, nnd namnd'Mrs, Richard Rtslnccke UK executive secretory. Five permanent committees, campaign, nilmlsslon and review, finance, payroll deduction, and public relations, wore established. Eleven of 2-1 eligible orgnnluillona have agreed 16 join the United Fund. bor birthday. Mrs," fioyno Barker and children Susan, Linda nnd Dennis, of Benson, Oregon, arrived here Wednesday for u visit with her mother, Mrs. Lola Collins, nml other relatives, .Mr. mid Mrs, Joe Van Dalsen Royal Center Miss Ann dimmer and ItnymonA Beers of Baltimore, Maryland, were married Saturday evening at (!:;IO o'clock at the Baptist. Christian church, by tho Rev. David P. St. Clair, In the presence of n large number of relatives and friends. Mrs, Tom Mo.ss and Miss Frances Arlcnu Williams are vlslling In Baltimore, Maryland, willi Ar- Inne's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bnilcy have returned to Ihcir home nfler sov- crul days' visit here with his par- enls and relatives. Mary Kllen Conn, of Royal Center Order nf tho Rainbow, was appointed Grand Represent alive Cellist Recovering SAN JUAN, P.R. (UP)—Doctors attending Pablo Cnsiils expressed sullstrnclion today at the famed cellist's rule of recovery from a heart attack April ](j. Cosnls vlsiled an exhibit at the University of Puerto Rico Monday ' night, Ills first appearance at a public affair since the attack. 3\!ie Wi-yenr-old Spanish musician now practices ttie cello daily and takei walk along tho seashore. SET BAU.KY KITES PERU, Ind.—Riles for baby James W. Bailey Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey of route 4, Peru, who died Monday at Dukes hospila), will be held in South Bend Wednesday. The child's father is manager of Uie B. F. Goodrich store lierc. . Why dream of swings? Get them now at out FRIDAY-SATURDAY SPECIAL owe tor SPORT COATS SALE ALL SUMMER SHOK Regordlett of form»r pricn. How $9.85 STORI HOURS Man. 1 lo 5 Tu«., 9 to 3 W.d., 9 lo 12 Thun,, 1 lo 1 frl., 1 \c,9 Sa>., 9 to S SPORT SHIRT SPECIAL SELECTION INCLUDES . . . 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