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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 14

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, May 11, 1962
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Fourteen Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune 63. Automobiles for Sale 1954 Oldsmobile convertible, full power, seat belts, $375. Phone 53785. 1960 Volvo, radio, heater, whitewalls, A-l. GL-2-8427, Kokomo. 1960 Alfa Romeo Super Spider; showroom condition. GL-2-8427, Kokomo. RAMBLER TRADE-INS 1959 RAMBLER Super 6, Custom, automatic, radio, heater, local 1 owner, sharp. 1960 RAMBLER, 6 cyl, sedan, automatic, radio, heater, another nice one. 1958 RAMBLER Ambassador hardtop, sedan, power steering and brakes. 1958 FORD 8 wagon, 4 door, Fordomatic, radio, heater. R & R Motors E. Main St. Ph. 4341 1960 Ford 2 door, automatic, like new, first $1250 buys. Percy Auto Sales, June. 24 and 35. 1960 MG, §ood tires, $1595. See at 717 Burlington Ave. CAR PAYMENTS TOO HIGH? Protect your credit. Trade down to smaller or no payments. See Max Frazee at Frazee Ford Corners. Phone .967-4151, Rts. 18 and 75, Flora, Ind. 1952 Cadillac 4 door sedan, good condition. $250'. Phone 52982. 1950 Dodge 4 door, good tires, body and motor. Phone 40689. 64. Trucks for Sole TRUCKs, %, %, IVa and 2 ton, all prices. Come and look. Percy Auto Sales, June. 24 and 35. 65. Motorcycles— Scooters 1957 Cushman motor scooter, $125. Phone 3385. Walton, Ind* 66. Auto Loans BUYING A CAR? Finance it at low cost through us! THE FARMERS & MERCHANTS STATE BANK 421 East Broadway Phone 6171 FACTORY AUTHORIZED NEW CAR DEALERS CHEVROLET MANN CHEVROLET Flora, Ind. Phone 967-4123 Dillman Chevrolet— Ph. 4-0123 St. Rd. 25, Clymers, Ind. CHRYStER-PLYMOUTH-VALIANT Hendrickson Motor Sales, Inc. 417 Third St. ' Ph. 5151 BUICK WSE Buick-Chevrolet-Ph. 4135 2nd at Broadway, Logansport PONTIAC WASSON-BUICK-PONTIAC Delphi, Ind. Phone LO-4-304Q or LO-4-2415 RAMBLER R & R RAMBLER MOTORS 801 E.' Main, Logansport DODGE DART Thomas & Everman, 517 North St. Dodge, Darts, Dodge Trucks FORD— FALCON Johnson Ford Sales— Ph. 5103 25th at E. Market St., Logansport Winamac Motor Co.— Ph. 946-3119 214 Monticello St., Winamac, Ind. EXPEL EUROPEANS ALGIERS, Algeria (UPI) French High Commissioner Christian Fouchet announced today a series of spectacular new moves lo crush the secrel army organization (AS), including the expulsion from Algeria of several of the territory's leading Europeans. Mrs. Ethel Girard, Lake C'icptt, Dies; Former Teacher Mrs. Ethel Girard, 70, of Lake Cicott, died at 3:30 a.m. Friday at Spencer, Ind;, where she had been visiting the MeCorrriick's Creek Stale Park. She had retired two years ago as a school teacher. She had tiiughl the last five years of her career at Lake Cicotl. She was born Nov. 7, 1891, in Burnetlsville, the daughter of Floyd and Nora McMullen Million. Her marriage was lo John P. Girard who died in the spring of 1947. , . Surviving are two sons, John P. Jr., of Homestead, 111.; James E., of Warsaw; a sister, Mrs, Frank T. Morris, rural route 4; and several nieces and nephews. She was a member of the Lake Cicotl Methodist church, the Eastern Star at Plainfield, the Jefferson township home economics club, the' Burnettsville social and study club, and the Tri Kappa sorority of Plainfield. Final rites will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Fisher funeral home, the Rev. Christian McClure officiating, Burial will be in the Davis cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Friday. Resume B-58 Operations . BUNKER HILL AFB —. Flight operations of the Air Force's B- 58 Hustler, grounded since- the fatal crash here April 12, were resumed Friday. Suspension of all flights had been in effect during an investigation of the cause of the crash. As a result of the investigation, a part in the aircraft is being modified and each aircraft is resuming flying operations as the modifications are completed. RECRUIT GIRLS F'OR WACS Pfc. Dottie Westerman, 18, a 19S1 graduate of Star-City high school, is in the Logansport area to aid in recruiting girls-into the Women's Army Corps. Miss Westerman is one of 11 Hoosier girls who have relurned lo Ihe stale from the duty posts to help mark the 20th anniversary of the WAC's. She is stationed at Ft. Gordon, Ga. Miss Westerman will be available to talk to girls in the Army recruiting office, 308 East Broadway, Friday, Saturday morning and after/ 4:30 pjn. next Tuesday. Crop-Maker Bulk Fertilizer SAVE YOUR MONEY - $6.00 per ton YOUR BACK - No Lifting YOUR TOME - Use Our Fast Custom Spreading ALL ANALYSES AVAILABLE 12-12-12-5-20-20-6-24-24-6-46-0 ] 8-46-0-11-46-0-8-32-0-4-12-36 Also Available in Bags SEE US NOW FOR THE BEST DEAL ANYWHERE! SOMETHING SPECiAt FOR MOTHER! A GOOD CLEAN OK GRABLEUSEDCARS riliCUDni CT Bel IntVIUlLtl 6 cyl., Powerglide, and really clean. Autumn Gold. Many extras. | 96 1 CHEVROLET standard transmission. It's green and clean. 1960 CHEVROLET sion. Another green one. 1 959 CHEVROLET sion. A blue beauty. i960 RAMBLER 1 owner and clean. 1959 FORD 2 door station wagon, V8, Fordomatic, blue finish, 1 19580LDSMOBIIE tomatic transmission, many other options. YOUNG MAN'S FANCIES Maroon with new 1 955 PO'NTlAC all white special interior. 2 c ' oor hardtop, standard transmission, lou yered hood. A dandy. 9 PICKUPS TO CHOOSE FROM CHEVROLET "KIVEAHiiTTLE. . . SAME A HOT" Twelve Mile, Ind. Phone 2241 CROP-MAKER SOIL SERVICE Call Walton 371 5 Collect Carl Johnson — Ben DeHaven V IrtV^B *-m IN A BETTER CAR MAKE THAT VACATION TRIP MORE ENJOYABLE IN A SAFE, DEPiENDiABUE USED CAR PROM OUtR LOT. 1OJL1 /''LlCAf DTYIiCir l^P 0 ' 0 4 ^ oor hardtop, white with I 7U I VrtCVIWlErl f awn trim, V-8, radio, hooter, powor steering, brakes, turboglide, white tiros, IQAH fUFWRniFT Bo! AIr 2 dDor iedan/ 6 cylindor ' I 7UV WflEi w IYwIrk I power glide, power ilesnng and brakes, radio, padded dash, tinted glass, whito sidewalk, black/ 14,000 miles. Bel Air 4 door sedan, B cyl., pow- erglido, electric windows, whito tires, extra nice. | QCQ f?fl}D l ft Fqlrlano 4 door V-8, Fordomatic, radio, heater, I ifp7 rUllU 2 lone white and yellow. 19S7CHTO0LfT*ro,tr, cyK ' 1956 tons green. door station wagon, 6 cyl., powor glide, radio, heater, new paint, 2 SEVERAL CHEAP CARS TO CHOOSE FROM Kliimpp Produce (Deci Creek) feavy Hens 10 to .13, ..eghorns .07 Iggs 20 TRUCKS 1W ton cob and c| ' a " is ' 6 cylinder, good rubber, heat- 1959 er, oil filter. TOCO fiUFVPHI FT 3/4 1 °" p '^ up - Hoaler and I 7 J y V l»W'tfc I oil filter, 1 owner, low mileage. 1958 CHEVROLET 3 ' /2 yard dump b?d>r ' 2 sp ° ed axle, 900x20 tires. l ' adi ° 1957 1957 MTGRNATTONAl Dun ^:tJ' £ yard dump bodies, 900x20 tires, 2 speed axle. > F " 600 4 c/linder, 2 speed axle, 82 5 X 20 tires. DILLMAN S CKEVROiET Late Markets Hawkins 00 to 229 .'. 15^50 20 to 240 15.25 40 to 260 '..".' 14.85 60 to 280 ...V 14.50 80 to 300 14.15 ows 13.75 down oars 9.00 down Wayne's Produce !eavy. Hens 10 to .13 eghorns 07 Popejoy's Poultry Farm !eavy Hens •'• 15 Burnettsville Poultry iGghorns 07 !eavey Hens 17 Third Street Market iambs .18 ieef Hides .,... .03 /eal Hides ;.. .13 Producers Marketing Assn. 90 to 215, No. 1 16.25 90 to 220, No. 2, No. 3 ... 15.75 lows 14.00 down .oars 10.00 down Nine Killed At Toledo "TOLEDO, Ohio (UPI) — Nine persons were killed and at least !9 other persons were injured late Thursday when, three explosions ripped apart a four-story chem- .cal plant near the downtown area. Police said the Maumee Chemical Co. plant was "reduced to rubble" by the blasts that occurred in a quantity of solvent called ethyl-acrolate. Fumes and heavy, gray smoke Tom the burning solvent spread over a wide ai-ea of the city. Many families living in (he immediate area were evacuated as a precautionary measure, Heavy equipment was brought in to clear away the rubble in ihe .search for victims of the blasts. District ^ire Chief Carl Monto said one more man was missing' and presumed dead. The explosions occurred while shifts were changing at the plant. Injured included workers in and near the plant, passer by and spectators. Many were struck by falling debris from the blasts. President G.F. Schlaudecker, firm president, said it may be weeks before the cause of the accident can be determined. CHICAGO (UPD-iivestock: Hogs 5,500; mostly 25 higher; •Jo 1-2 190-225 Ib 16.25 - 16.50; round 120 head 16,50; mixed No -3 180-230 Ib 15.75-17.25; 230-260 b 15.25-15.75; No 2-3 240-270 Ib 5.00-15.50; load No 3 around 350 b 14.00. Cattle 400, calves none; fresh eceipts mostly cows; not enough ther classes on offer to establish rend; cows steady; commercial 5.50-17.50; utility 14.75-16.00. Sheep 200; small supply about teady on shorn slaughter lambs; ew good and choice 105 Ib shorn ambs No 1 pelts 18.00; two small ots mostly good shorn 15.00-15.00. CHICAGO (OPI)-Produce: Live poultry loo few receipts to eport prices. Cheese single daisies 38V4-4D; onghorns 38'/4 • 40'/4; processed oaf 36-38; Swiss Grade A 47-52; B 45-50. Butler steady; 93 score 57 J /r, 92 core 57i4; 90 score 55'/4; 89 score Eggs about steady; white large ;xtras 27Vi; mixed large extras 7Mi; mediums 25; slandards 26 ivenls at a school. FURNITURE LOANS Lincoln Financa Company Mnri. Smith, Mgr. Phon* 32*5 Ignore Reds MADRID (UPI)-Madrid workers today appeared to be ignoring a call for a general strike to support the walkout of more than '60,000 miners and industrial workers in northern Spain. Leaflets said lo be circulated by the Communists appeared in Madrid the past two days urging the general strike. But by early morning today, buses were running on schedule, telephones and public utilities were functioning normally, and other services appeared unaffected. INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK INDIANAPOLIS OUPI) - Livestock: Hogs 4,100; barrows, gilts and sows unevenly strong to 50 higher, mostly 25 higher; uniform 190-225 Ib 16.35-16.50; 89 head 215-220 Ib 16.85-16.75; bulk 190-250 Ib 15,5016.35; 240-270 15.00-15.50; 270-300 Ib 14.75-15.25; 150-170 Ib 14.50-15.75; sows 300-400 Ib 13.75-14.50; 400-600 Ib 13.00-14.00. Cattle 275; calves 100; hardley enough of any class lo lest cattle market; mixed good and choice steers,25.75; good and choice with end choice 23.50-25.00; standard holstien 21.00; utility cows 14.5015.00; canners and cutters 13.5014.50; not enough calves to tesl market; standard and good veal- ers 23.00-27.00; a few choice 30.00. Sheep 50; not enough to tesl market; mixed choice and prime spring lambs 20.00. Friday Evening, May 11, 1962. Deaths and Funerals City, Cass County AARON, MRS. ELSIE E., 70, eal Home. Final riles at 1:30 ).m. Saturday, Fisher funeral lome. Burial in the St. John's lemetery. Friends may call at the 'uneral home. FRUSHOUR, JAMES. 66, of Lucerne. Funeral services at 9 a.m. Monday, St. Elizabeth's church, Lucerne. Burial in St. Ann's ceme- .ery. Call at the Harrison funeral lome in Royal Center after 7 p.m. Saturday. GIRARD, MRS. ETHEL, 70, l,ake Cicott. Final rites at 2 p.m. Sunday, Fisher funeral home. Burial in the Davis cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral lome afler 7 p.m.. Friday. and burial at 2. p.m. Monday, Montgomery cemetery at Oakland City, Ind. Call at the funeral hums afler 10 a.m. Saturday. TAYLOR, MRS. ELLA, 82, of Rochester. Funeral services at 2 p.m. Saturday, Foster and Good funeral home, Rochester. Burial in Rochester IOOF cemetery. Call at the funeral home. AVHISTLER, GEORGE L., 79. of 218 W. Franklin St., Delphi. Funeral services at 2 p.m. Saturday, Eikcnberry funeral home, Delphi. Burial in Masonic cemetery, Delphi. Call at the funeral home. TAYLOR, MRS. B E R T It A '^m.; 76, 429 Tanguy St. Final rites pending at the McCIoskey- fiamilton-Kahle funeral home. Mends may call there after 7 p.m. Saturday. ZERBE, 'MRS. ROSCOE, 71, of rural route 1, Bunker Hill. Funeral services' at 2 p.m. Sunday, L.oree Brethren church, Burial in ftankin cemetery. Call at the Ei- ienberry funeral home in Peru after 3:30 p.m. Saturday and at .he church one hour prior to rites. District BRAUNELLER, ORA E., 78, of 1656 Rice St., Logansport. Funeral services at 2 p.m. Saturday, Eikenberry funeral home, Peru. Surial in Mt. Hope cemetery al Peru. Call at the funeral home. BERKHEISER, HARVEY, 81, of rural route 3, Rochester. Final rites at 2 p.m. Saturday, Richland Center Methodist church. Burial in Richland Center IOOF cemetery. Call at the Grossman funeral home in Argos until noon Saturday and at the church an hour prior to riles. GRAHAM, HERS. GENE, 34, -of Hollywood, Calif. Funeral serv ices at 2 p.m. Monday, Carter funeral home, Flora. Burial in Ball Hill cemetery. Rev. H. C, Chapin will officiate. Call at the funeral home Sunday. MEYER, SYLVESTER WILLIAM, 49, of rural route 2, Win. amac. Final rites 9:30 a.m. Mon day at the St. Joseph church in Pulaski, Father C. B, Ernst officiating. Friends may call at the Kennedy funeral home where the Rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. Sunday. STAPLETON, MRS. GOLDIE, 58, of Peru. Funeral services at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, First Church of Nazarene, Peru. Graveside rites Storms Rip Large Area Of Midwest By United Press Intel-national Thunderstorms raked parts of the Midwest with flash floods, hail and damaging winds for the second successive day today, and frost nipped the Northeast. A small tornado touched down in a citrus grove near Leesburg, Fla., Thursday, overturning a house trailer and injuring a man. Power lines were torn oul and Irees uprooted. A lightning bolt slabbed down at Indianapolis Thursday, killing lohn D. Erwin, 13, and injuring David Kosine, 12, as they attempted to lower the school flag. Another lightning boll Thursday night touched off a $15,000 fire which destroyed a furniture store at Norlh Vernon, Ind. One fireman was hurt. Heavy rain was a factor in traffic accidents, which killed a pedestrian at Pitlsboro, Ind., and a molorisl near Lafayetle, Ind. Hail stones ranging in size from marbles to golfballs rattled roofs in Clarkesville,' Osage, Charles City, Waterloo and Marble Rock, Iowa. Dubuque, Iowa, sot nearly an inch of rain in an hour Thursday night. Hail slones an inch and a half in diameter pelted Canova, S.D. Lexington, Ky., got a half inch of rain in an hour. A forest fire in Colorado's Mesa National Forest, near Grand Junction, burned more than 300 acres of timl)er. The U.S. Foresl Service al Denver reported thai 27 fires in Colorado, Wyoming, North Dakota and Nebraska have burned off 1,333 acres, more than the total for all such fires last year. Lower elevations of Colorado's mountains were described as "a tinderbox." Some of the worst seiche waves (similar to tidal waves) in a decade occurred in Lake Michigan Clymers, Ind. PH. 40723 Everyone's Going... EAST TO JOHNSON'S FORD TO GET IN ON THE BIG MAY SALE of '62. Ford Demonstrators II Thunrferbird Hardtop Power steering, power b?o)<es, white sidewalls, radio, tinted glass, windshield washers, fender shields, mirrors. Lilt Price 4674.90 OUR PRICE $3957.81 GalaxieSOO 4 Door 4 door sedan, 3PO 4V special engine,, Cruise-O-Motic, wliita tidewall tires/ powor steering, radio, heater, tinted glms, 2 speed wipar end washers, padded daih and visors, wheel covers. Li»1 Price $3447 OUR PRICE Falcon Wagon Country Sedan 4 door . station wagon, white sidewall tires, 170 engino, deluxe trim, Ford-O-Matic, radio, tinted windshield, padded dash and visor, chrome wheel covers. List Price $2809 OUR PRICE Station Wagon, 6 passenger, 35 2V engine, Crulso-O-Matic, white sidawall tires, electric tailgate window, powor steering, radio, heater, padded dash and visors, back-up lites, wheel covers. List Price $350? OUR PRICE JOHNSON FORD MAlRWET AT 25TH PHONE 5103

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