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Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, May 11, 1962
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File Reports Of Expenses Eleven candidates have filed their expense reports for the primary election with County Clerk Clarence Seltlemyre. Russell Barney, candidate for sheriff, reported expenditures of 8299.85; Lawrence March, candl date for auditor, reported he !;pent $284.39; and Martin Eugene Monhana, candidate for township assessor, reported expenditures of $30.83. Those reporting no expenditures were Richard Gohl, for county assessor: Raymond Beckley, for county auditor; George Cline, for county recorder; John McCloskey, for county commissioner; and Charles Rush, George Hub- ertthal, arid Harry Plank, for county council; and Everett Skinner, for Adams township trustee. All candidates are required to file their expense reports with the county clerk. The deadline for filing such statements is June 7. JOFRE OFFERED BOUT NEW YORK (UPD—World ban tamweight champion Eder Jofre of Brazil has been offered a non- title bout with featherweight Vern Lynch of New York at Madison Square Garden by matchmakei Teddy Brenner. The bout woulc be nationally televised- on June IB; Brenenr said. Pulaski Farmer Dies Suddenly Of Heart Attack WINAMAC- Sylvester William Meyer, 49, of rural route 2,' Winamac, died suddenly/from a heart attack in his home at 9 a.m. Friday. Born Sept. 16, 1912. he was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles .Meyer. A farmer' he resided in the Winamac vicinity all his life. His marriage at Pulaski on Oct. 29, 1938, was to Ilene Kline, who irvives. He was a member of the Holy Name. Society of. St. Joseph's church. In addition to the widow, survivors include: four children, Paul and Mrs. Donald Fisher, ol Winamac, and Linda and Anthony, at home; the mother; two brothers, Vincent, of Pulaski, and Ralph, of Francesville: seven sisters: Mrs. Frances Rausch am Mrs. Raymond Chaoman. of Winamac; Mrs. Anna Flohr, Mrs. Ce celia Desheimer, Mrs. Geneva Barby, of Fort Wayne; Mrc Helen Fcderer, of Kewanna; anc Mrs. William Koepcke, of Rensselaer. Funeral services will be helc at 9:30 a.m. Monday at the St Joseph's church in Pulaski, Father C. B. Ernst officiating. Burial will be in the St. Joseph cemetery. Friends may call at Ihe Kennedy funeral home, where the Rosary will be recited at 7:31 p.m. Sunday. 100 ENTRIES Clean-Up Parade Set For May 19 More than 100 organizations, bands, floats and automobiles are expected to participate in the "Clean-up, - Paint-up, Fix-up" parade Saturday, May 19; according to Douglas Nash, 'manager of the Logansport . Area Chamber of Commerce. These will include representatives from industry, retailers, schools, service organizations, together with the police and lire de- pa rtmerits. The parade, to be led by Parade Marshal Douglas Myers and Mayor Otto Neumann, will start at Tenth Street and Broadway at 10:30 a.m. It will proceed west on Broadway to Third Street, south on Third Street to Market and back east to Tenth Street. The parade will kick off the second annual clean-up week de voted to the improvement of the appearance of the city. A list of suggested home projects will be given to school children Monday. They will be asked to check the various projects on the list as soon as they have been accomplished and return .to the Chamber of Commerce. The list includes the cleaning of alleys, yards, vacant lots, the painting of'home's both inside and out, and the repair of homes both inside and out. Residents will also be- asked to participate in the par,ade, hold block parties, plant shrubbery and remove dead trees and limbs, Nash said Friday. Altrusa Club Guest . Night Dinner Meet Set for May 24 Plans for guest night were announced at the Thursday evening business meeting of Altrusa club, conducted at the city building. The guest night will be featured at a dinner meeting May 24 at 7 p.m. at the Captain Logan Hotel. A good attendance is desired. An invitation was read from the Hendricks Habilitation Center Central Committee to attend the second open house May 15 at 7:30 p.m. at which time the workshop will be in operation. Thelma Deane spoke on the Valuation report concerning program coordination. She 'also gave a report on the workshop she attended recently at. Indianapolis. Saturday, May 19, was the date announced for members to visit the Bunker Hill Air Force Base. .Nancy Schmidt is chairman in charge of arrangements and -interested members are to contact her. REMEMBER WHEN? You're nol so old if you con remember this 1923 Jewett Six roHing down the highway with it's SO H,P. engine pulling it ot a tdp speed of 60 MPH. But that w«s yesterday ... Look What's Happening Today! Our Spectacular Spring Sales FIESTA Is rapidly restoring our used car inventory to capacity and we're | Ready To Deal Today! */**^*^r*^*^*^*^^r^*'*s*s»^»^^*^*v^r^^^»^^*^*^*^*^*>^^ 'A'9 PLYMOUTH Fur v 2 d °° r <UA hardtop, glistening white, power stooring, power brakes, radio, heater, tinted windshield, white tires, a local if .de-in with 4,000 miles, SAVE. /^/^ IARK 2 door 6 cy!,, "" straight stick, radio, heater. An excop- 4.QOC lionully clean car. *P*OJ 'Aft VOLKSWAGEN 2 door "" Deluxe, radio/ hearer, excellent condition, 1 owner, local car. /JTQ CHEVROLET Brookwood *** 4 door siation wagon, 6 cyl., poworglide, power steering, power brakes, radio healer, electric rear windows, beautiful grey and white, gray interior, matching seal befts, new premium tires, excellent low mileage, local car $1475 $1350 /TO CHEVROLET 6 cyl., pow- J * erglid« 4-door Impala, hardtop, beautiful light beige with fan inferior. This car is so perfect it's a shame to cctll it used. $1625 /rg OLDSMOBILE Super 88 ** * 4 door Holiday sedan, beautiful 2 'tone green and white, grey interior, power steering, power brakes, radio heater. Another d* 1 Q'"T5 perfect used car. *r " * * ** /CO MERCURY Monterey 4** * door .sedan, glistening mill green wtih green interior, power stooring, power brakes, radio, heater, Mercomatic, white tires. /P f BUICK 2 door Riviera *^" hardtop, Super model, beautfiul light blue with blue interior, power steering, power brakes, dynaflow. This car is an exceptional older car. 37,000 miles, . dTT7'C $1295 /P/ CHEVROLET Bel Air 4 3O door sedun, B cyl., automatic. This one is in exceptionally fine condition. $689 /C,A BUICK teSabre 2 door *J» hardtop, beautiful Pacific Mist with two tone brown inferior, 6 way power seat, power steering, power brakes, a real '4llA7^ sweetheart of a car T* ' "* *^ /jnp FORD Ranch Wagon, 8. *'** oyl., Fordomatic, another really fine older tar. It'* clean and <tC'*BO l)nly . * :>3/v /r e FORD Ranch Wagon VB "3" Fordomatic, power steering, 3 seats, white tires.. Another real nice 4AQK automobile. ^O«J J /C £ FORD Fairlane Victoria JO 2-door hardtop, auto- malic transmission, V8, beautiful light green and white. This is an exceptionally clean olcW ca '~ $695 While Your're Here Take A look At The iNew 1962 OLDSMOBILES At fabulous fiesta Prices! rm*f* OLDSMCBILE rl ^ Ul W CADILLAC 230 E. Broadway iPhone 5141 A 'Good Deal, Plus A Great Deal iMore COME SEE...COME SAVE i/r— \( PIGGY BANK BU5TIN' DAYS! $AVE«$AVE TOM MARSHALL CHEVROLET 1'NMITES YOU rr,O TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR ROYAL CENTER' WELCQ/VUNG DAYS Big Saving$ on our large selection ol OK USED CARS STARTING NOW THROUGH MAY 21 SHOP ROYAl CENTER THIS WEEK No Money Down! '55 CHEVROLET' '53 PONHAC Bel Air 4 door, VB, automatic 4 door sedan. Standard shift. '^ '^T 121 lil/f If Special 2>*** UWIV'I* c j r> hardtop '53 CHEVROIET Bel Air 4 door, 6 cyl./ stand ard shift. 'S3 MERCURY 2 door hardtop. 'S3 BUICK 2 f;; top '52 CHEVROLET Sedan Delivery. TA ton combination bod )ruck . MEQHAINIlC'S SPECIAL 1951 CHEVROLET $39.95 $.$ LATE MODELS $$ '61 CHEVROLET '57 CHEVROLET Biscayne 2 door B 0 I Air Sport Sedan I*!™™? 1 " '56 CHEVROLET '59 FORD "sir Sp °" coup<5 . '59 CHEVROLET °" ^CHEVROLET Impala sport sedan. 4 door sedan. OPEN EVERY NIGHT TIL 10! Marshall CHEVROLET SALES Royal Center, Ind. Phone 2285 Funeral Rites Monday | For James A. Frushour, Resident of Lucerne LUCERNE — Funeral services will be held at 9 a.m. Monday at St. Elizabeth's -church'in Lucerne for James.A/.lVushour, 66, of Lucerne. Burialwill be in St. Ann's cemetery. ' Frushour, owner of the Frush ; our Oil Company in Lucerne, died at 1:15 p.m. Thursday at the Veterans Hospital in Indianapolis following a lingering'illness. Born in Harrison township July 23, 1895, he was the son', of John A. and Mary Hines Frushour. His marriage was to Joyce Gates. , He was a member'.of St. Elizabeth's church at Lucerne, a veteran of World War I, and a member of the American Legion. Survivors are his wife; two sons, James and John, both of Lucerne; two grandchildren; two sisters: Mrs. Margaret Bordenet, Seattle, Wash.; Mrs. Mary Coug- hill, Columbus, Ohio; one brother, Edward, Seattle. One sister, Ruth and two brothers, Leo and Austin preceded him in dealh. Friends may call at the Harri son funeral home in Royal Center after 7 p.m. Saturday. The family has requested that no flowers be sent. The "Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Sunday. Mrs. Bertha Taylor Succumbs at 76 Mrs. Bertha Pearl Taylor, 76, died at 2 a.m. Friday at the home of a son, Howard, 429 Tanguy St., where .she had resided. Born .April 13, 1886, in Pulaski county, she was the daughter of Peter and Prudence Potts. Her marriage was to Samuel H. Taylor, who died Jan. '15, 1940. • The deceased was a member of the Daughters of America and the Ladies Auxiliary of the American Legion. Surviving with the son are three daughters, Mrs. Russell Walters, 136 West Ottawa St.; Mrs. Edward Pearson, 1803 Woodlawn Ave.; Mrs. Dale Raz, Battle Creek. Mich. 10 grandchildren and ^ great-grandchildren. A son, Kenneth, preceded her in death. , Final rites are pending at the McCloskey-Hamilton • Kahle funeral home where friends may call after 7 p.m. Saturday. Mader Death Accidental The 'death of John R. (Bob) Mader, 49, of this city, in Chicago on May 2 was due to .an accidental shooting, a coroner's jury ruled Thursday. It was revealed 'at the Chicago inquest that. Mader was working as a burlesque comedian under the stage.name of James Grant. He was fatally wounded- when a .38 calibre gun disguised as a fountain pen was accidentally discharged as a policeman, Robert Valki, inspected it. Valka had just taken it .from Ronald Johnson, 22, whom the officer had stopped for a license plate violation. Mader. was riding in Johnson's car. 'Matter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mader, city, attended the inquest. Librarians to Be Honored Tuesday Student librarians from the city's elementary schools will be honored at a party in the Logansport public library Tuesday afternoon. Attending will be approximately 90 students, principals and teacher-librarians. The city library also sponsors a Christmas party for the students. Miss § Mary Holmes, librarian, will give the welcome. Miss Agda Rafter, principal at Longfellow school, will speak on "What.the Library Means to the School". A Tipton school student will tell why "it's fun to be a librarian". Refreshments will be served following the program. NARCOTICS RAID GARY, Ind. (UPI)-A team" of Gary detectives and 10 agents ol the Chicago Federal Bureau of Narcotics arrested 15 persons in Gary and a Chicago man Thursday and early today on charges ol violating stale narcotic laws. The roundup culminated more than six months of work by Gary Detectives James Hilton and Andrew Lieber. The two, working with other detectives and federal agents, made purchases of nar colics and accumulated evidence for the raids. Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Fifteen COMMUNITY BRIEFS Around Town "^^^^^^^^^^••••^•••••••••••••••HBMHBi^M^MI^H QUALIFY Births MEMORIAL-Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lehman Wallace, 923 Bates St., a son. Hosoital Notes MEMORIAL - Admitted: Paui Miller, rural route 3; James Holmes, 223 Hammon St.; Mrs. Bernice Wagner, Bringhurst; Mrs. Nellie Dotterer, 114 Tanguy St. Dismissed: Donald Brewer, rural route 6; Mrs. Woodrow Gammon and daughter, 614 Huber St.; Mrs. Sharon Goings, rural route 2, Rochester; Mrs. Leota Miller, Buffalo; Mrs. Virginia Staggs, 2403 George St.; Master Ora Titus, 423 West Melbourne ST. JOSEPH'S-Admitted: Mrs. Betty Moore, 325 1/3 East Market St.; Mrs. Helen Moran, 2333 High St.; Mrs. Charles Fowler, New Waverly. Dismissed: Mrs. Agnes. Hasseit, 2330 East Broadway; Mrs. Jack McLochlin and son, 823 Twentieth St.; Mrs. Robert Strahle, 1011 East Market St.; Baby James French, Royal Center. »-r»—• Mrs. Goldie Bejiefiel, 235 East Columbia St., recently returned from Quincy, Fla., where she spent four months with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Benefiel. MONTICELLO Births: Thursday — Twin sons were born to Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Shidler, Francesville. Dismissals: Thursday — Glen Rice, route 1, Monon; Mrs. Ruth Loy, 221 South Bluff; Mrs. Donald Runyon, 618 East slreet; Mrs. Keith Raderstorf and daughter, Box 52, Royal Center; Mrs. Emma Casio, route 1, Reynolds; Mrs. Noble Cockerell and son, Remington; Mrs. Ivan Meeker, route 1, Burnettsville; Master Donald Wright, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wright, route 1, Idaville; Master Jim E. Saylor, Bumettsville, transferred to Community Hospital in Indianapolis. ROCHESTER* Admissions to Wood! awn hospital: Mrs. Lyle Reed, 301 East 14th street; Rebecca Denton, Win- ,amac; Lowell D. Thousand, R. R. 1, Rochester; Cecil Pickens, R. R. 1, Rochester. Dismissals: Mrs. .lane Kemper, R. R. 2, Rochester; Mrs. Ralph Helt, R. R. 3, Rochester; Larry Rudd, R. R. 1, Rochester; Patri cia Sulton, 511 East Sixth street. , Pauline Shrivcr has been ad milled to St. Joseph's hospital Fort Wayne for observation. Her room number is 374. WITH A GUARANTEED Time Trials Special WAS NOW '61 FUTUtA $2295 $1895 Radio, heater, automatic Iranirrmstan, '-vhito wall tires. '60 COMET $1695 $1395 2 door, green finish, standard transmission. WFAlfCCW $1495 $1295 2 door, blue finish, standard transmission. '59 BUICK $1695 $1495 4 door ledan, automatic transmission. White '59 FORD $1595 $1395 Gala*ie Club Victoria hardtop '59 FORD $1495 $1295 .Galaxie 4 door, Automatic transmission, Bronze. '570ESOTO $1095 $895 - Adventurer hardtop. ' , "500" FISHING SPECIALS ."500" '51 FORD Tudor $1.37 wp ;; k 'S3 CHRYSLER , Doo $2.06 wp : k '53 CHEVROLET Tudor $3.97 wp :; k '51 CHEVROLET Hardtop $2.06 wP :; k '51M1RCURY - 4door $2.71 ,£, '500' TRUCK SPECIAL '500' 21onflotb0 d. , - $3.97 wp :; t "56 FORD Flat Bed '48 CHEVROLET ' ton pickup. DRIV-E >A 'LITTLE AND SAVE A 1OT WHERE SERVICE IS OUlR MOTTO! $795 $295 FRAZEE FORD SALES Routes 18 and 75 iPhonis 967-4151 FLORA, IND. ' OPEN 'TM. 9 p. m. City Court Ward Day, 37, of rural route 1. :ity, was fined $10 and costs and lis driver's license was suspended or one 3 r ear when he appeared tefore Judge Frank Tolbert in )ity court Friday morning, charged with driving under the influence. Jack Vance, 35, of 222>/ 2 E. Mar. net St., was found not guilty of ssault and battery charges. Larry Maggart, 16,. of 875 Sherman St, ? was fined $1 and costs or speeding; Mrs. Martha Me- Arthy, of 1321 High St., paid $1 ind costs for having no valid op- irator's license; and Mrs. Mary.' O'Reilly was also fined $1 and :osls for'driving with no valid iperator's license. Forfeit bonds were accepted rom Michael Babb, 17, 411 W. jnden Ave., $1 and costs, no slop ights; Mary Hefzncr, 38, of rural •oule 1, Camdcn, $1 and costs or driving on an expired license; and Earl Ncwcomb, 64, of 812 W. jnden Ave., $5 and costs for speeding. One man was sentenced to the county jail for 10 days for va- jrancy and there were four cases of public intoxication in cily court "Yiday. • -•-• Two area students at Ball State . Teachers college have been elected to offices in the Westminster fellowship, Presbyterian student organization. Leonard Gray, a "reshman, son of th: Ballard L. jrays. rural route 6, was elected stewardship chairman and Sam Sharp, a sophomore, son of the Albert J. Sharps, rural route 1, is enlistment chairman. Gray is a graduate of the Royal Center high; school and Sharp of the Lucerne bigh school. • -O-* Miss Ethel Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Brown, 27Cb Elmwood Drive, has been awarded a scholarship for the 1962 pre- collegc institute in speech and hearing therapy to be held at Purdue University July 16-20. Miss Brown, a junior at (he local high school, is 'among 24 scholarship recipients selected by a special committee from among 200 applicants to attend the institute, which is sponsored by Psi Iota Xi, sorority. I • -•-• The Little Samaritans 4-H Club will meet Saturday at 4 p.m. at the Helm Street Church of God. Bunker Hill Hospital Notes Admitted: Airman 3C Pau Brown, CWO Lloyd Summers Jr. S.Sgt. Charles Klenovich, Donalc Koch, Lloyd Perry, Mrs. Delia Nail, Mrs, Hattie Bledsoe, Mrs Virginia Frieman, Mrs. Ida Johnson, Mrs. Mary Stallworth, Mrs Pamela Kroening, Mrs. Phyllis Cohen and Mrs. Irene Church. Dismissed: Airman 2C Thomas MeCann, Doris Turner, Mrs. Bel' sy Shuffett and son, William anc Brian Reed. Births: A daughter lo S.Sgt. anc Mrs. James Nail; a son to S.Sgt and Mrs. Odis Bledsoe and a daughter to Capt. and Mrs. Sid ney M. Cohen. Circuit Court Mrs. Ruby Rhody was grantee H divorce from Frederick Rhody by Judge Norman Kiesling in cir cuit court Friday. She was given custody of their daughter, $10 per week for the child's support, $400 back support, and $150 attorney fees. She was represented by the law firm of Hanna and Small. Judgment quieting title lo rea! estate was entered in Die suit of the Bet-R-Way Glass Products, Inc. vs. Don Bushnell and others. George Wildman was appointed commissioner to make the deed. O'Neill and O'Neill were the attorneys for the plaintiff. Mrs. Judy Monroe was awarded a divorce from Thomas Monroe. She was given custody of their son, $7.50 per week for the child's support, and $150 attorney fees. O'Neill and O'Neill represented (he plaintiff. The divorce suit of Mrs. Sue Titus vs. Joe Titus was dismissed at the request of the plaintiff. Traffic Arrests Penny Sue Hunter, 16, of 15E4 Plessant Hill St., speeding. City court May 16. John Engelkes, 21, Stoney Pike Trailer Court, speeding. City court May 14. Mrs. Carmen De Ford, 46, of 903 Cliff Drive, speeding. City court May 16. Mrs. Roscoe Zerbe,7-1, Succumbs in Kokomo; Final Rites Sunday : BUNKER HILL - Mrs. Fi;an- ces Zerbe, 71, of'rural route- 1, Bunker Hill, wif" of Roscoe Zerbe, died at 3 a.m. Friday at St. 'Joseph's hospital in Kokomo following a brief illness. Born in Miami county on Dec. 5, 1890, she was (he daughter of David and Elizabeth Miller Wplf. Her marriage on Sept. 2, 1911 was to Roscoe Zerbe. ^ She had lived in Miami county her lifetime and was a member of the Loree Brethren church. Survivors include her husband; two daughters, Mrs, Ronald Stewart, Peru and Mrs. Edward Bargerhuff, rural route 3, Kokomo; four sons, Dr. Lowell, Columbus, Ind., Kenneth, Peru, Warren, Kokomo and Ernest, rural route 1, Peru; two brothers, Walter Wolf, Peru and Omer Wolf, Bunker Hill and fourteen grandchildren. Two sisters and (wo brothers preced-. ed her in death. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, Loree Brethren church with Rev. W. E. Thomas officiating. Burial will be in the Ra.ikin cemetery. friends may call at the Eiken- bei'ry funeral home in Peru af>:r 3:30 p.m. Saturday and at the church one hour prior to rites. Cass to Have No June Draft Call Cass county will i,a,e no induction or physical examination calls in June, according to information ' received by the Cass county draft board from Indiana Selective Service headquarters. The May call is scheduled for next Thursday, when six youths will leave for pre-induclion'phy- sical examinations and one will leave for induction. LEAVE BURDETTE BEHIND MILWAUKEE (UPI) - Pitcher Lew Burdette of the Milwaukee Braves was left behind today as the Braves embarked on a brief road trip. The big righthander, who has yet to finsih a, game this season and stands 0-3, is suffering from an injured ankle. ; r Sale Calendar: May 12—Gib & Edna Schroeder Ray Booth May 12—Berkshires Keith Berkshire May 12—Floyd R. Martin Rineharts May 12—Ella Kasch Estate Rineharts May 16—B. F. Heath Roy Grume May 19—Elfie Guard Estate Rineharts May 19—Optimist Club Berkshire Uune 9—Minnie A. Maxwell Rineharts Aucts.

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