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Kamman AND DrTDon R. Downing OPTOMETRISTS Seymour. Ind. W. Second St Telephone JA 2-444 Abova Kamman'i Jewelry Stort GLASSES A- CONTACT LENSES FITTED Wednesday by Appointment Only Dr.MF.KIaes . Chiropractor 600 W. 2nd St. Seymour. Ind. HOURS: Daily by Appointment Closed All Day Wednesday and on Saturday Afternoon Nights: Tuesday and Friday 7-9 X-Ray MDM ' Phona JAckson 2-2240 SEYMOUfc.lNOlANA LAWN SWEEPERS 25" MARK V $24.88 28" PARKER $45.50 Rubber tires. Heavy 'caTivas sides and back, built for hard use, rotary tough bristled brush No One Is Hurt hThreeC&feJ No one was , Injured but. con- siderable damage was caused in three accidents reported In this area' late Monday end today. At 9:45 a.,. today, Herman H. Frischiev. 82, VaUonia Rl, was driving - 1854 model oil tank truck on Ind. 135 two miles south of Brown town and was making left - torn intoTtT private driveway as a 1956 model coach driven by Clarence A. Goss, 72, White-land, Ri, attempted to pass. Af ter the two collided, the Goss car went across the drive down s short embankment into a fence.: It was damaged approximately $400 while the truck was damaged approximately $150. ' Trooper Robert O. Stanley, of the Seymour state police post, cited Goss to appear in justice of the peac court on a charge of failure to yield the right of way. At 0:20 p. m. Monday, a 1957 model coach driven north on IT. S. 31 two miles north of Union-town by William C. Davis, 20, of Crothersville, skidded on wet pavement as the driver .applied the brakes to avoid striking a 1949 model coupe driven north by Iva. Lillian. Murphy, 47, Crothersville, which was slowing down to make a left turn onto a county road. The right front cor ner. of the Davis car struck the left rear corner of the Murphy auto. A semi-trailer truck en route south bit the left front cor ner of the Davis car which protruded over the center line, Trooper. Stanley, whi investigated, was told. The truck stopped but left the scene before identity of the driver was learned. About $200 damage was caused to the Davis car and about $80 damage was caused to the Mur phy auto. At 5 p. m. Monday on Moore street road about .9 mile east of Crothersville, a 1950 model sedan driven west by Earl Lee Williams, 48, 510 E. 14th streea, Seymour, en tered a narrow bridge and met a 1948 model coach en route east. towing a farm wagon, driven by William Jack Gevedon, 29, North Vernon Rl. The auto collided with the front corner of the farm wagon trailer, damaging the wag on about $10 and the Jeftfront fender of the automobile about $70. Trooper R. Wayne HalL of the Seymour post, who investigated. cited Gevendon to appear in justice of - the peace court on an equipment violation charge no lights on trailer. Monta Named In uit A civil suit for $1,097.31 plus at torney fees has been filed in Jackson Circuit Court by the Indianapolis Morris Plan Corporation against Floyd Edmonds Monta. . Indianapolis Morris Plan is seeking the sum set out in its complaint for breach of contract by Monta; Taylor Hoffar, Seymour attorney, is counsel for the plaintiff. Defense counsel has no an- swereo-the-compiaintf Earl Voils, charged with oper ating a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor and driving without an operator's license, appeared In person, was arraigned and pleaded - guilty- to both counts. Voils was fined $50 and costs on the drunk driving charge and rdgeJohnMrTwts"7ecOmT ed his Indiana driving privileges be suspended for one year. He was fined $25 and costs on the no op erator's license count. Royal W. Allman, 34, of Seymour, charged with selling liquor without a license and who previously had pleaded not guilty, appeared in person today and asked the court's permission to change his plea to guilty. Waving formal arraignment Allman pleaded guilty and was fined $50 and costs by Judge Lewis. He was one of six persons arrested in connection with the delinquency of a 14-year-old Seymour girl on November 8. Local Hospital Staff to Attend Council Meeting Six members of the Schneck Memorial Hospital staff will attend the quarterly meeting of the Southeastern Indiana Hospi tal Council at Washington County Hospital, Salem, Wednesday afternoon. ! Attending fmm the local hotni- tal will be Ralph W. Keyes. ad- ministrator; Mrs. Laison spencer, administrative assistant: Mrs . James Smith, director of nursing; Mrs. Charles A. Linke, office su pervisor; Sanford Dean,- purchas ing agent; and. Edison Spencer, maintenance supervisor. " "Major Consideration in the Detection and. Control of Staphylococcal Infections" will be the sub ject of the meeting. Speakers for the meeting will be Dr. William H. Bond, associ ate professor of medicine, Indi ana University Medical Center; Dr.- John Googins, epidemiologist. Indiana state board of health; and Mrs. Barbara yanieison, o p e r a ting room supervisor,. Indiana University Medical Center. Asia , is the most . mountainous continent, on earth. It has the largest mountain masses and the highest peaks. - DlAMn'reraQ AKI sTIANU REPAIRING Call Mary's Beauty Shea . JAI-SSSt BaUwta-( Apmiaai Saiaai ' ART IRETHAUER - Hewsy Vzizrdi Mr. and Mrs. Norman Fox. 725 Werner .;. avenue Columbus, are the parents of a daughter, Barbara Carol, born prematurely. Sunday in Bartholomew County Hospital, Columbus. Mrs. rox is the daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Blumer, 41S West Brown street. and Fox is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Fox, Seymour RL DeWayne Stafford, nine-year- old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ilene Stafford, Medora, is in Room 241 of. Bartholomew County Hospital, Columbus. Mrs. Francis Abel, Columbus R8, is a patient at Bartholomew County Hospital, Columbus. She is in Room 224. , Mrs. Allen Pogue, of Medora, Is in : Room 144 of Bartholomew County Hospital Columbus. . Lawrence White, Medora, is In Room 331 of Bartholomew County Hospital, Columbus. . Carolyn Purser has returned home to North Vernon from Bar tholomew County Hospital, Co lumbus. . James Goen has returned home from Bartholomew County Hos pital, Columbus, to Medora. Virgil Lunte has returned to his home in Seymour from Bartholo mew County Hospital, Columbus. m Mrs. Charles Wehmeier, Columbus R8, - has - returned home from Bartholomew County Hos pital, Columbus. Wayne Brink er has returned from Bartholomew County Hos pital, Columbus, to his home on Columbus R8. , Mrs. Robert Shafer : and son have returned home to Cortland from Bartholomew County Hos pitaL Columbus. George E. King, 38, Paris Cross ing Rl, was jailed Saturday af ternoon in Columbus on cha-ges of public Intoxication. King was Jailed at 5:45 p. m. by Trooper John Roseberry, of the Seymour state police post William A. Cook, 24, North Vernon, was cited Saturday night by Columbus police authorities for traffic violations. Cook reportedly drove east on Third street, a one way westbound street, drove south on Washington street to Second and traveled along Second at an excessive rate of speed before be ing halted. State police from the Seymour post are investigating the theft of two television sets taken from rooms at the Seymour Motel, on U. S. 31 northeast of Seymour, sometime between Friday and Monday. The theft was reported Monday nieht- following its dis covery. Trooper Maurice u. Wright of the local post made the preliminary investigation. Vehicles driven by Jerry Lee Fish, Heltonville Rl, and Betty L. Taylor, Norman Rl, collided on a turn on a hill just off Ind. 58 east of Bedford Sunday afternoon. ,Estiinate4damaewaoetjLii2M. to each vehicle. Mrs. Wayne Pridemore, of Nor man, and daughter, Melanle Faith, born November 13 in Dunn Memorial Hospital, Bedford, returned home Monday. Coffee Creek Conservation Club, located one mile north of Com- all-day still and trap shoot . for November 22, with a turkey din ner to be served at noon with the compliments of the club, officers announced today. Those attending are asked to take a covered dish, pie or cake, but the turkey will be furnished by the club. O A Seymour VR1 woman was in volved in a Iwo-car accident Sunday afternoon when a car failed to stop in line of traffic on Alternate U.S. 31 in front of Newsom Trucking Company at Columbus and hit another car in the rear. Mrs. Shirley A. SwindalL Seymour Rl, reportedly stopped southbound but her car was hit by a vehicle driven by Grover Lucas, 41, Columbus R5. Trooper Dallas Norman, of the Seymour state police post set damage at $400 to the Lucas vehicle and $100 to the car Mrs. Swtadall was driving. : -I ' Exchangites Hold Weel tins A large percentage of the mem bers of the Seymour Exchange Club was present, at . the local club's regular weekly - meeting Monday night .in the Seymour Country Club. Bill West of the . local radio station, was a guest at the meeting of Joseph L. Findley Allan H. Waldkoetter, president, presided at the meeting, which included a business session and general discussion. Preceding the dinner was the invocation by Walter Krumme. City Has. Sludge, Lime Available For Farmers . The city Monday announced it is selling sludge from the municipal disposal plant - for fertilizer, The city is also disposing of lime for farms; " The sludge" wIllTbe hauled by the city at 15 cents per mile for loads five miles or more away and $2.50 per load under ve miies. . . The lime is available free of charge at the city's off-street parking site. , dvMee Rotar) Intcnnlicr.:l Speak er An interesting talk on "the Rot- ary Foundation, being 'featured during Rotary Foundation Week this week, and "Your Board of Di- rectors", was given to members of the Seymour Rotary Club at its to , a , weekly dinner meeting Monday Seymour club for being 100 en-night at the Elk Club by Wilbur rolled in the fellowship program. PelLrielbjHriitettofney-wbo is- member of the board of directors of Rotary InternationaL ; ., r Pell, who is active in Boy Scout, worx ana ine suit oar associauon as well as Rotary, in which he served in 1952-53 district gover- nor of District 656, was introduced by J; Ralph Thompson, Monday night's program chairman. Don M. Bollinger, club presi- dent, called attention to copies of new by-la wg which had been dis- tributed to club members . and urged reading them so that .mem- bers will be ready to vote on them next week. Director Pell said the id! al of service can be proved by the Rot PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. William H. Kendall and daughter, Jill, and Mf. and Mrs. O. D. Posha and children, Susan and Rick, of Indianapolis, spent Sunday with. Mr. and Mrs. Emmert Myers, 210 Carter Boulevard. Mr. Kendall and Mrs: Posha are Mrs. Myers' son and daughter. - Mrs. Thelma Waggoner, of Freetown, attended the quarterly meeting of the Indiana Hairdressers Guild Sunday and Monday at the Marott Hotel, Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Avis Vaughn have returned to their home on U. S. 1, south,' after spending the weekend with friends in Malcora, Iowa, Mrs. G. R. Gillespie, of Browns town, national president of Psl Iota Xi sorority, and Mrs. E. F. Scherer, of' this city, southern province chairman of the sorority, were in Greensburg Monday evening to talk with 16 women from Westport who are considering organizing to become the 100th chapter of the sorority. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan" Bergslek-er, Sr., attended the baptism of their grandson, Edward Harlan Bergsieker, son of Mr. and Mrs, Harlan Bergsieker, Jr.. in Concordia Lutheran Church at Greenwood, Sunday. The baby wore the. christening dress which had been worn by his father and grandfather. SPEBSQSA Meets Events Planned- Plans for the "Parade of Harmony' are progressing well, it was announced at the regular meeting of the Seymour Chapter of the Society.for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America, Inc., Monday night in the Seymour Elks' Club, The meeting was opened by sinein The Old Songs," and "eep-ArneTica-SingirrSi'' Plans for the "Parade of Har mony" were announced after some general group singing. The show, which will feature the "Dixie- liners'- from Evansville, will be held Saturday, February 7. Wilbur T. Scrivnor, president of the local chapter, announced also that the next official "open house' will be Monday, December "14 when the president of the Indiana- Kentucky District, Leslie Emmer son. will visit the chapter. An invitation was also received from the Veterans Hospital in Indianapolis for the Seymour Chap ter Chorus to sing for the patients Tuesday. February 18. The invita tion was accepted. Following the brief business ses sion. "The Pitch-Pipers," regis tered barber shop quartet from the Salem chanter, sang for the members and their guests. Mem bers of the Quartet are Murni Luse. bass; Paul Luse, baritone; Jim Luse. tenor, ana warren Stewart lead. Members and guests attending were Marvin nuoDara, -iwrara Drummond. Marion . Reinbold, Dave Brooks, Keith Edwards, John Terkhorn, J. W. Hastedt, Don Coy, Bill Swain, Edward Newkirk, Wil liam SteinwedeL Aubrey Phillips, Arthur Brethauer and President Scrivnor. The next meeting will be held Monday, November 23. Rites Conducted For Mrs. Frank Gardner: Funeral services for Mrs.Frank Gardner, 83, of Scottsburg, a na tive of Jackson County and a well known member of the Crothers ville Chapter, Order of the East ern Star;-were conducted. -this af ternoon from the First Presbyter- Ian Church, Scottsburg. Burial was in Scottsburg Cemetery. She . was the widow of Frank Gardner, a former Ninth District congressman who once was judge of the Scott-Jennings Judicial Cir cuit . The former Bertha Warner, Mrs. Gardner died Sunday in Kings; Daughters Hospital at Madison. - . ' She was a 50-year member of the Crothersville Chapter. OES, and was the chapter's first wor my matron, sue was also a member of the : Firsts Presbyterian Church, Scottsburg and the Pen Women of America. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Max Poland, of Hanover; sister Mrs. :Sina Cox of Atlanta, Ga.; f brother, Dr. J. A. Warner, of Si Louis, and two 1 grandchil dren . - Director Is Meeting ary Foundation. He told of Rotary Foundation fellowships, by which U. S. students are sent to study abroad and students from abroad arejorought to the United States study and congratulated the He - said . the- foundation--waa- set up in 93i But that in 1942. iollowing the death : of Paul- P.-Harris, founder of Rotary, the fellowships were avanca.as a iriDuia w nun. He said a Foundation Development Committee also carries on many other activities under foundation auspices. He . said in personalizing the board of directors of RI, that it is .truly InternationaL He named the members and told something about each. He said the board is solely tor the purpose of aiding Rotary Clubs as a coordinating admlnis- trative body, with 15 members at this time. The members are elect- ed by all delegates to the national convention, he said, for two-year terms. He paid tribute to the sec retariat in Chicago and said there are now 10,300 clubs throughout the world, with its members pro viding a cross section of occupa tions and community interests. He told of Harold Thomas, RI presi' dent and the other officers. xpell, who Is the committee member on admission Of new clubs in all the world except Great Britain, told of his experiences in that ca pacity and said he recently certi fled a club, the 114th new one this year, in Taniu. His address, in terspersed with stories, was much enjoyed by the Rotary . members. Spencer Township Continued from page 1 fighters and there were still open ings. It is not necessary to be an experienced fire fighter, as films and other aids will be secured by the group for a training program of the volunteers. When the list of volunteer fire fighters has been completed, they will elect their own fire chief and assistant fire chief. The fire chief will serve as the director-at-large. ' Regular meeting of the group will be on the second Monday night of each month at 7:30 m. in the Hayden SchooL ' Conrad Sullivan was appointed as a one-man committee, to secure a lawyer to establish corporation papers for the new organization. Special Meeting ... Officers and directors will hold S special meeting December 1 to write by-laws to present for approval at a future regular meet ing, it was pointed out A report of the canvassing captains was heard at the meet ing Monday night which re vealed that over one-half of . the township's citizens had been con tacted for pledges. Since the or ganization has been successful, the convassing group will now accept both pledges and cash. Resi dents who have made pledges are also reminded by officials of the group that they can pay their pledges, as the group would like to have cash now to make the purchase of necessary equipment;; Cash can be-turned over to the treasurer or members the canvassing committee and re ceipts- will be made to each per son paying his pledge. ' To Investigate Truck Marcel Kahrs, James Mails and Sullivan were appointed as three-man committee to investi gate a fully equipped pumper truck at Flat RocK' If enough funds are on hand, the group might also purchase the truck to better equip the department The group already has a Unk truck, which was tested Sunday afternoon and which was ob tained through civil defense, was decided at last week's meet ing to purchase an auxiliary pump to put on the truck as well as to install two hose reels, each having 200 feet of one-inch hose. and ladders. The group which tested the truck ran it but did not place water in the tank be cause of the cold weather. The truck is currently stored in a . large brick building on the Hayden school grounds but the building is unheated, preventing placing of water in the 1,1000 gal lon tanks. Local Man "Fair After Fall At Work A 43-year-old Seymour man was fisted in "fair" condition this morning at Schneck Memorial Hospital after suffering fractures of the left arm and leg in a fall while working at a local industry. "Walter; W. Sunderman, 705 West Laurel street was admitted at 1:15 p. m. Monday after he felT from a loading platform while loading a milk truck.- He suffered a fractured left arm, fractured lower left leg and a dislocated left ankle in the mishap. Gary Terkhorn, four-year-old son bf Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Terkhorn, Brownstown, was treated for a laceration on the forehead at 10:15 a. m. Monday at the hospital and released. The injury was sustained when the - boy, playing in his home, ran into a door casing. . rr ;.. ;Z '-VERDICT IS SUICIDE , SOUTH - BEND, Ind, (AP) -Deputy Coroner Gene RozanskJ returned a preliminary verdict of suicide Monday in the death of George Campbell, 47, New York Central Railroad freight agent at New Carlisle. Campbell's body was - found in the depot - wssh room, shot In the head. Aft automatic pistol wai found under the body . v- .: ... . "-)- - . ' , . --. - i Schnfdr. lie morisl Thomas Durham. 105 South Beech street, was admitted Monday - morning for medical treat ment ; . Mrs. Delbert Coldlron, Browns- town R2, was admitted Monday arternoon for medical treatment Mrs. Anna Rittman, 230 South ?Jk JltreeW was a Asa It t e d Monday afternoon for medical treatment' -. ' " . : -1 :v Thomas Rudolph, Freetown. underwent surgery this. .morning. Mrs. James C. Maple. Browns- town Rl, was admitted Monday arternoon lor . medical treatment Thomas Bowman, 10-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. " Ray Bow man, scipio Rl. was admitted Monday night for medical treat ment , . : Julia . Launus. ' three-vear-old I - - j y daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James 1 v .uaijua, ai norm ropiar, bucci, uuaerweni surgery in is morning. Mrs.. Harry Edwards. Medora Rl, underwent surgery this mora-, ing.. Everett Rude, who underwent surgery Nov. 9, returned home Monday afternoon to Brownstown. Mrs. Louis Richard Shoemaker. who underwent emergency surgery Nov. 14, returned home Moo- day afternoon to Vallonia. Clayton Davidson, who under went surgery Nov.' 10, returned home Monday afternoon to Croth ersville R2. Mrs. Walter Smith, admitted Nov. 13 for medical treatment re turned home Monday afternoon to Ewing. -- vi . ,. Mrs. Arthur Seale, admitted Nov. 15 tor medical treatment re turned home Monday afternoon to Austin. Mrs. Ralph Royalty, admitted Nov. 10 for medical treatment re turned home Monday afternoon to Crothersville. Robert Jeffrey, three, and Re becca Sue, five, children of Mr, and Mrs. Robert Gaiter, who un derwent surgery Monday, re turned home this i morning - to Brownstown. - Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Parr, 17 North Broadway, are parents of a son born in surgery Monday night Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lutes, Seymour Rl, are parents of a son born this morning. Mrs. Arthur Moorman and twin daughters, Judy Kay, born Nov, 11, and Pamela Sue, born Nov. 12, returned home Monday afternoon to Seymour R4. Mrs. James Moffatt returned home Monday afternoon to Sey mour R4. Her infant daughter, Joetta Lyn, born Nov. 12, will re main in the nursery for addition al treatment . I Mrsr Edward Bloom -and daugh ter. Tammy Lynn, born Nov. 14, returned home Monday arternoon to Freetown fRL. Mrs. Oscar Eisner and daughter. Rose Marie, born Nov. 13, returned home Monday afternoon to North Vernon R4. Kiioke Guest At Leo Mayer Dinner Kenneth T. Knoke, of Seymour, technician ofSyncardon of America, Inc., left this morning for New York City where he will be a guest at a dinner in honor of Dr. Leo Mayer on the occasion of his 75th birthday on behalf of Federation of the Handicapped Wednesday night at 7 p. m. in the Grand ballroom of the Plaza Hotel. The dinner will be preceded by a reception at 8:30 p. m. Syncardon machines, manufac tured here, have been used in rehabilitation of the handicapped and several of Dr. Mayer's patients have attended Syncardon clinics in New York. Mr. and Mrs. Rod mah" C Pruitt, of Seymour, also were invited to the reception and dinner honoring Dr. Mayer, who has devoted a half century to medical science. His contributions in his chosen field of orthopaedics have won universal esteem both in this country and abroad. Dr. Mayer has headed the Fed eration of the Handicapped since 1941, guiding its rehabilitative work. In recognition of his spe cial interest in this , group and the great need for." expansion of the service, the Leo Mayer Fund for Industrial Work for the Home-bound will be established with goal of $100,000. The dinner the first step', toward the objec tive.-- Many prominent persons, such as Steve Allen, Hal March and Jane Pickens, are on the board of the Federation of the Handicapped. ... County Motorist In . Columbiu Accident " Roscoe L. Reynolds, 20, Crothersville Rl, was involved in a two-car accident Saturday afternoon in Columbus. - : , Investigating officers said Reynolds" was turning onto State street from McKinley avenue at the same tim Mrs Dimum RudiceL 29, of Columbus, was turning left from Reo street to State street J . Damage was set at $150 to each of the vehicles which collided in the middle of State street November 17, 1959 : Wheat, No. 1 soft new . $1.83 Wheat No. 2 soft new. $1.8 White corn .-..,,-, 7c ' Yellow corn- . ...... Me Soybeans, No. 1 yellow new $2.09 uat.....,.i .urn... . u - Rye $1-09. , Heavy hens , . . Leghorn hens ;. , , '" . .V-Jew. Old roosters . Butterfat (premJ - 4le "l2e : . 244 ."sod Pullet eggs Eggs (Grade A medium) , Eggs (Grade Alarge) Sejccsr Limtccli :H'h November 17, 195JT BOO MARKET 170-190 lbs. $12.25: $12.75 $11.50. $U.0O- 190-220 lbs.. 99n.91A 1K. Ok J A OKA IV a. (fi U awww AtVBa 250-270 lbs. 270-300 lbs. Sows $8.50-$10.5& $8.0O-$7,0H Boars ....... CALF MARKET Good to prime ............ $28.0O-$32.0O Standard $22.00-$26.0l Utility . $18.00-$20.0d CATTLE MARKET Cutter cows $10.0O-$12.0a Commercial cows $12.00-$13.0(C Cutter bulls $14.00-$1.5.00: Commercial bulls . $16.O0-$18.0 Steers and heifers - $1400-$21.00 ITADLER PACXntO " COMPART, D1C Hogs, Cattle and Calves Purchased Monday Thru Friday Una. t P. M. COLUMBUS PHONE $833 November 17, 1959 160-180 lbs. $11.75-512.00 $12.25-$12.5a 180-190 lbs. 190-220 lbs. . 220-240 lbs. 240-260 lbs. 260-290 lbs. Sows $12.79 $12.25-512.50 $12.00-112.25 $U.75-$12.0O . $11.00 down CHICAGO GRAIN Chicago (AP) :: November 17, 1959 High Low Close Prev.Qose Wheat1 Dec Mar May Jiy Sep 2.02ft 2.00 2.01ft 2.02 ; 2.05ft 2.05 2.05ft 2.05H 2.01ft 2.00ft 2.01ft 2.01ft: 1.82ft 1.81ft 182 1.82 ; 1.84ft 1.84ft 1.84ft 1.84ft; 1.12 1.12ft 1.12ft L12ft 1.16ft 1.16ft 1.16ft 1.16ft 1.19ft 1.18ft 1.18 .1J8: 1.20ft 1.19ft 1.20 1.20ft: 1.17ft 1.16 1.16ft . 117 Corn Dec Mar May Jiy Sep Oats Dec .77 .76 .76ft-ft ,77: .77 .76ft .76ft .76: .74 .74 .74 .74ft- .66 .66 .66ft '.66. .65 .65 .65 .65: Mar May Jiy Sep Soybeans Nov ' 2.20 2.18ft 2.20- 2.19. Jan 223 21 2.22ft-23 222' Mar 2.26 224 2.26 ' 2.25 May 228 2.26 228-28 2.27: Jiy 2.28ft 2.26 228- 2.27: INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK . INDIANAPOLIS (AP)-(USDA: t Hogs 7,900; "rather slow, uov even, steady; mixed 1-3 180-240 lb 12.75-13.10; more uniform 190-220: lb 1-2 13.15-35; 2-3 240-270 lb 1225 75; 270-300 lb 11.75-12.25; 160-180-lb 11.75-12.50; sows steady to 25 ' lower, 1-3 300-400 lb 10.00-11.00; 400400 lb 9.00-10.00. Cattle 2.000; calves 175; opened slow, steers steady to 25 lower heifers Jrteadyiearjy tales choica 900-1,150 lb steers 26.25-75; few small tots 27.00; heifers 23.50-25.50; cows slow, steady to 25 lower; utility and commercial 13.00-14.50; canners and cutters 10.50-13.00; vealers active, strong, instances 50 higher at 30.00-33.00; individual high choice and prime 34.00-35.50. : Sheep 825; wooled . slaughter lambs 50 lower, extreme 1.00 low-I er at 15.50-17.50; slaughter ewee steady at 3.00-5.00, CINCINNATI PRODUCE 1 CINCINNATI (AP) Eggs, Wb Cincinnati cases included, con-sumer grades, VS. A large whit and brown 38-38; medium 29-30f U.S.. A jumbo 31-36; large 26-32; medium 17-22; small 11-16; B large 20-26; under grades 9-12. : Poultry prices at farms, Cincin-' nati area, No. 1 quality fryers 13ft-15; hens heavy 12-16; light 6-9. - , Potatoes 325-5.00. INDIANAPOLIS GRAIN Indianapolis; NovT 17 (ff) The following bids were made Mon, day by local mills for grain delivered by truck; new No. 2 red:. wheat, $1.84 a bushel; No. 8 whita shelled corn, 97c; -No. 2 yellow' shelled corn, 85c; No. 2 t white-oats 36 lb. or more 70c; No. 1 yellow soybeans, $2.00. Special Jndge Lewis " Resets Burglary Trial juage jonn M. iawU was sit-ting in Monro Circuit Court at Bloomington Monday as special judge in the second degree burglary and grand larceny trial of Norman Brashear, 27, of Bloomington and Indianapolis. . - Brashear is accused of burglary and .grand, larceny, la connection with the theft of some power tools from the Black Lumber Company in Monroe County on August 1. Trial was postponed until Monday,; January 18, when Brashear's attorney withdrew from the case. Special Judge Lewis allowed' the' defense counsel, to withdraw an appointed I pauper attorney to de: fend Brashear.: j - tt you dont get your Dally -i Tribune by 9:45 o'clock each : eiternoon, call the cfaoa.
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