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PAGE TWELVE THE PHAKOS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, MAY 13,196Z Big Turnout JEFFERSONVILLE, Ind. (AP) — Under .the name of Perry E. Murphy, this. political acknowledgement appeared as a newspaper advertisement after Tues- 1 day's primary election: "People of Utica: "At this time I want to thank the people of Utica and my kinfolk for their support which amounted to two votes in my race for trustee of Utica Township. Thanks again." Let's Talk Cars Back in the days of gravel roads and no filters it was a simple matter of changing your oil eve r y 500 miles to keep engine wear at a minimum—a figure on which all authorities agreed. Roads, oil and filters improved B.Hondricl«son an( , „, mended change, figure crept up to 1000 miles. Then advertising claims began quoting 2000 mile changes, 4000 and finally 6000 mile intervals as ideal For maximum wear and economy. Oil companies still slick with the 1000 mile figure as right for the average driver. In the interests of fairness, it must be said that this recommendation is confirmed to some extent by manufacturer's manuals on specific change intervals. While recommending the longer change intervals, all makers generally list exceptions: — Except when you ;drive at low speeds in low 'temperatures with frequent ;engine idling; when you drive on dusty roads; when you consistently drive short distances that do not permit the engine to fully warm up. Industry statisticians claim that eighty percent of all driving is on trips of a dozen miles or less — a condition that seems to favor more .frequent changes for best wear and performance. For most drivers this would mean 30-day intervals in Winter and 60-day intervals in Summer. Oil is cheaper by far than the mechanical damage created by sludge. Our service mechanics always check your oil for sludge and grit. They'll recommend a change only if you need it. Hendrickson Motor Sales 419 S. Third Phone 5151 Show Biz Answer to Previous Puizlo . ACROSS 5 Singer Booms 1 Musical group ' 6 Spoken 5 Kind of concert 7 Danger 8 Applaud 12 Tropical plant 13 Exist • 14 Crippled 15 Performer, Andrews 16 Sailor 17 Solar disk 18 Upright 8 Note 9 Tardy ' • 10 Prayer ending 11 Writing implements 19 Journey 21 Weep 23 Jacob's son 25 Time gone by 20 Pays attention 26 Unemployed to a 27 Arabian gulf performance 28 Automobile 22 Mineral rock accessory 24 Movie shooting 30 Strong box locatipn 25Libcacc, . for instance 28 Assail 33 Augment 34 Couple 36 Kind of review 37 Snow vehicle 39 Russian river 41 Nourished 42 Singing voice 44 Pencil tips 46 At present 48 Age ' . 49 Representatives S3 Singer Shore 57 Amo, 58 Famous Uncle 60 Italian money 61 Man's nickname 62 One of the Gabors 63 British statesman 64 Prosecuted 65 Mr. Skelton 66 Deceased DOWN 1. Commanded 2 Wing-shaped 3 Not any 4.Church official 38 Gave 40 Ar.imnl fat 43 Decay 45 Went by sea 47 German river' 49 Folds 31 Always 32 Spreads to dry 50 Australian 35 Unusual ostrich 51 Entrance in a -fence 52 Rescue 54 Nest of pheasants 55 Region 56 Body part 59 Demented 8 14 1" 9- 10 11 Heart Attack Fatal To Walter Pherson; Final Rites Monday Final services for Walter , E. Pherson,' 72, of 2117 George, will be at two o'clock Monday at the Kroeger funeral home. The Reverend,'-John R. Parks will officiate, and services will be'under auspices of Tipton Lodge. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery, . Friends may call at-the funeral home. B. of R.T. services will: be at 7 p.m. tonight. The retired 'Pennsylvania railroad conductor died of a heart attack-at 12:05 p.m. Friday at his home, while mowing the yard. Born in this city Oct. 11, 1889, he was the son of George W. and Mary. Jane Smith Pherson. He was a member of the'B. of R. T. 109 and Tipton Lodge No. 33, F.'and A. M. Survivors are a stepson, Laurel Pherson, Galveston; two sis- tersr Mrs. Bert Crain, Kokomo; Mrs. Ethel Cromer, Southgate, Calif. . ....... bU 63 66 54" 55 56 14 NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN. FOOT RELIEF GUARANTEED OR YOUR MONSY BACK II within 6 weoka woar you «r« not completely ta for Mnn and Women. Sold Nationally Different from any arch lupport you have «vcr worn If you ar» suffering from arlhrtth t back or Itg pains, bunions, callou- Sft, forns, rcrt and aching jeft, AND it's comfort you want, it U well worth your time and a trip to oui it ore, SAVE YOURSELF MONEY. Only Volva-Sole Arch Supports art unconditionally guaranteed. There It a reason—SUPERIOR RESULTS. If an arch support [in't good •nough to guarantoo, It isn't good inough to buy. W« ar» helping many peopla In this area and . offer you un« dreamed of relief and comfort/ >nd {or only $6. COMBS' Your Friendly Shoe Store I 417 East Broadway ' To the Voters Of Cass County My sincere thanks for your votes of confidence in the recent Primary Election. Earl Richard Palmer CASS COUNTY PROSECUTOR NOTICE . . . . . . Having recovered from my recent illness, I wilf reopen my business Monday, May 14. DENHARDT SHOE REPAIR 215, 5th St. Congratulations, Dewey, and my thanks to all the voters for your support of my candidacy. Ralph Parmeter MURRAY f FOR CONGRESS Dear 'Friends: MANY THANKS for your support in , selecting rrie as the Democratic nominee to face Halleck in the -fall.' WE CAN-WE WILlL- WEMUST. Sineerely Judge John "Jnck" Murray Ciffonicle Printing Co. Former Pulaski Residents' Child Killed At La Porte WINAMAC—Final rite s will be Monday for two-year-old Lorna Kay Henry, of La Porte, who was run over and killed by a car, driven by a neighbor, Mrs. Mary Crist. The accident happened Friday. The child is the daughter of Lorwin and Vivian De Poy Henry, The father is a former resident of this city and the mother formerly lived in Slar City. TlYe little girl had been playing in a neighbor's driveway, and 'the neighbor, Mrs. Crist, did not know she had hit the child and continued on to her work. The mother found the little- girl about ten minutes later and she was taken to Holy Family., hospital, where she was pronounced dead on arrival. Survivors are the parents; maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John De Poy, Star City, paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hersche! E. Henry .formerly of hero, now of Arbor Vilae, Wisconsin and Clermont, Florida, Friends may .call at the Ha.ver- slock funpral home in,La;Porte. •Rites will be Monday morning with the Reverend C..D. Barringer of this city officiating. Burial will be in La Porte. Car! L. Johnston Services Monday Carl Lester Johnston, 62, died at 11:10 p.m. Friday at his home, on route 1, Twelve Mile, after a lingering illness. Born Feb. 9, 1900 in Fulton county he was the son of Francis N. .and Jane Leffler Johnston. Survivors are his, wife, Mary V.; one brother, George, route 1, Twelve Mile; a sister-in-law, Mrs. Roxy Johnston, Rochester; several nieces and nephews. He was a member of the Stunner Chapel Christian church. Friends may call at the McCloskey- Hamilton -Kahle funeral home but it is requested that.no flowers be sent. Final rites will be at the funeral home at three o'clock Monday, The Reverend Jay Kesler of South Bend will officiate and burial will be in Greenlawn cemetery, at Mexico. Mrs. Ruby Cramer Dies At Age 66; Rites At Winamac • WINAMAC—Final rites for Mrs. Ruby Frances Cramer, 06, will be at two o'clock Monday at the Fry and Lange funeral home.,The Reverend Harry' H. Hashberger will officiate, assisted by the Rev. C.'D. Barringer. Burial will be in Winamac cemetery. Her death occurred, at 11:40 Friday morning at St. Joseph's hospital. She had resided in Lo gansport for the past eight years with a daughter, Mrs. Mary Lou Siddall, 818 Twenty-first. Born May "14, 1895, in Hebron she was the daughter of Frank and Elmira Post Abramson. Her marriage was to Noah .Cramer who died Dec. 9, 1945. She was a member of the Winamac Christian church. Survivors are the daughter,.Mrs. Siddall; three, grandchildren; 'five brothers: Harry and William Abramson, Grown Point; Fred, Otto and John Abramson. of .Hebron. Ethel D. Finfrock For Monday Morning Dies; Services Set Filial services for Mrs. Ethel D. Finfrock, 73, of 722 Sunset Drive, will be at nine o'clock Mon day at St. Joseph's church. The Rt. Bev. Msgr.. M. J. Foley will officiate and burial,will be. in Ever Rest Memorial-cemetery;' Friends may call at the Kroeger funeral home and .the Rosary wil: be recited there this, evening al 7:30. ..... Her death occurred at 4:40 p.m. Friday at St. Joseph's hospital after a long illness. ; Born in Greenville, Ohio, Feb. 20, 1889, she was the daughter-of Abraham and Mary E. Ford Wassam. Her marriage was to Joseph Finfrock, who died May 22, 1961, Survivors are three sons and three daghters: Leon and George, of this city; Richard, Los Angeles; Mrs. G. W. Coclcriel,. Mrs, Leo Brown, Miss Virginia Finfrock, all of this city; a brother,' George Beachler, Columbus, Ohio; eleven grandchildren; .several nieces and nephews. Holleman Tells Of Gift From Estes WASHINGTON, (AP)-Two Senate investigators flew to Texas Saturday with apparent assurances that Billie Sol Estes will talk to them, about complicated grain and cotton deals. 'Chairman John L/McClellan, D-Ark., of the Senate subcommittee wjiich is, looking into possible Estes influence, deals with Washington officials, told a reporter he believes the'indicted financier is ready|to talk. The two veteran investigators are Donald F. O'Donneil, acting chief counsel to the subcommittee; and Paul. E. Kamerick, assistant chief counsel. McClellan disclosed that staff members have interviewed Jerry R. Holleman, who resigned as $20,000-a-year assistant secretary of labor Friday night after saying he had 'accepted $1,000 as a personal gift from Estes to help meet living expense's. Holleman, former president of the Texas AFL-CIO, .has often been at "odds with Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson in Texas.po- litical matters in the past. However, he served as executive secretary of President Kennedy's Committee on Equal Employment Opportunities, headed by Johnson. McClellan. did not disclose the nature of the questibnng of Holleman, who said in a resignation letter to Kennedy that Estes had been a close personal friend of his 'for .10 years. McClellan said in a statement that Secretary of .Labor Arthur J. Goldberg had given him assurances a! his personal cooperation and that of his department in connec tion with the inquiry into the Es tes case, Goldberg called the Holleman incident regrettable but said hi assistant had taken the proper course of. action in resigning.' Holleman was the first top-rank Kennedy administration official to bow out as a result of the investigation of the multimillion-dollar dealings of the 37-year-old Estes In grain storage and cotton acreage allotments. Previously .Emery Jacobs, deputy administrator of the Agricul- ;ure Department's Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service, quit with. a denial that he had received any gifts from Estes, William E. Morris, an Agriculture Department official, was discharged after his name cropped up in a Texas investigation. . • , Secretary of Agriculture Orville L. Freeman, himself under Re- publican fire for not acting more speedily in the inquiry, has under consideration the case of James T. Ralph, 'former' assistant secretary, whose'name has been linked to that of Estes. It was disclosed also that Carl J-;". Miller, who was praised by Freeman earlier in the week for not giving any special favors to Estes, had been .transferred from his job as federal grain warehousing director. Miller said his motives and integrity were not ques- tioned. McClellan said in his statement that his subcommittee had subpoenaed all of the bank records relating to Estes' financial dealings. He said subpoenas covered 42 different accounts in nine banks. • McClellan said (hat all of the records of various Esles' business enterprises now in (he hands of a court-appointed receiver, Harry Moore, have been subpoenaed and are being reviewed. Services Monday For It. Michael Brown Funeral services for Lt. Michael Brown of Lafayette,- will be heid at the'Hippensteel funeral home in that city at 1 10 a.m. Monday. There will be brief graveside services at the Bluffton cemeterv. Friends may call at the funeral home after 4 p.m. Sunday. The airman, based at the Blytheville AFB, was killed in an automobile accident near the base early Friday morning. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown. The 'father formerly was assistant manager at Foster's in this'city and'the mother is: the former Marjorie Hoekman of this city. TIPTON TWP. SPRING FESTIVAL at- Onward, Indiana May 15; 1962, 7:30 p.m. Adult 59c Student 25c GERANIUMS Petunias and all kind of bedding planti, vegetable and flower plants beit varieties, potted fomatoot, delphinium, painted and shasla daisies, sweet william, baby br>ath, bleeding Hearts, cti- mat is and other perennials, MARKERT'S GREENHOUSE 1529 Pleasant Hill No Delivery | Dr. Leo Cahalan - Dr. Joe Closson CAHALAN ANIMAL HOSPITAL RFD 4, logansport-% Mile North, on SR 25 Ph. 2751 BARBER SHOP HARMONY TIME "The Derbytowrters" SUN. MAY 20th 2 p.m. Logansport High School Auditoryim FEATURING The THOROBRED CHORUS The DERBY TOWNERS of the louisvillo, Ky. SjP.EJBjS.Q.S.A. AMONG OTHER ATTRACTIONS Gen. Adm. $1.00 Reserved Sec. $1.50 Dial 4955 Tickets at the door or from iSP.'EjB-S.Q.S.A. members ROSS REID ROOFS EM RIGHT ESTIMATES FREE Ph. 3388 ALL WORK GUARANTEED! I •DEAF MUTE ROBBED ' LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP)^Billy Hopkins, 23-year-old deaf mute from. Fowler, told .police he was robtied of $50 early Saturday by several men in a- 1 car after he hitchhiked a ride to Lafayette. However, they gave him back $3' as a refund. Hopkins is a linotype operator for a Fowler newspaper. 24 Hr. Color film Service • Kodacolor—Ectachrome—Kodachrome Joe Vivians Fotoshop D! 10 W. Linclon Avc. •la! 2332 Sincere Thanks to the voters of Cass County BERNARD ROSE 4362 ILIVE AND LET LIVE!) 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