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Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, May 13, 1962
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SUNDAY, MAY 13,1962 THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPOKT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE TWENTY-THREE 47. Mobile Humes •SMITH Mobile Home Sales. Ph. TW-3-3285 or'TW-3-5175. V* mi. S. Akron. HOUSETRAILERS, accessories, buy, sell or trade. 2 miles N.W. on U. S. 35. Maple Springs. 48. Pets FREE—Small, friendly, spayed female dog. 1 year old. Phone 53648. DACHSHUND puppies. Inquire 919 State St. ' SORREL gelding and bay gelding, child broke, gentle, saddles, 4 wheel horse trailer. Phone MU- 9-9727. Bunker Hill. 49. Good Things to Eat WATERMELONS, wholesale and retail. Berkshire's Fruit Market, 425 S. Cicott. REFRIGERATED apples, fresh cider. Tarn's Orchard, Burnettsville, Ind. (Open daily) U. S. 24. SO. Wanted to Buy WANTED: China closet, in good condition. Ph. 4760. FARM COLUMN 54. Farm Equipment GEHL MIXALL, 15 in. hammer . mill, auger feed table, sheller, 2 ton mixer. Jim Ware, Grass Creek. Phone 2662. DUMP bed and hoist. Call Lucerne 1-2322. 2 corn planters, good condition $40 each. Camden, Ph. 686-2406, Blue Tag Seed Oats—Beans—Corn Heavy Duly Hybrids See our local agent Merrel's Seed Service Kokomo, Rt. 2, Young America Telephone 2699 or 2668 SOMETHING for the farm? Over 7,000 farm families read the Pharos-Tribune and Press daily! Sell or buy profitably through the want-ads. Phone 4141. RIBSTONE silos, Badger silo unloaders, cattle oilers. Harold Slusser, Rt. 3, Logansport, JmL IHC 12' self propelled combine, good condition. Glen Bell, Gal- veslon 1-5419. DeLaval DAIRY EQUIPMENT Magnetic milking gives you fast, clean, controlled milking. Late 3-unit milker, cpt. A-l used milkers and unils $90. up. 200-gal. bulk tank $800. Diversey Dilac -.Diokem - Rubrkleen Starline silo unloader and feeder service, repairs, parlor plans. THOMAS HDWE.. Grass Creek STOR-MOR bins, dryer bins, batch dryer, bulk tanks. Ph. Logansport 56825 or see Dale Davidson, Metea. SMILEY POLE BUILDINGS CALL B. W. RICHTER DEER CREEK 3214'after 6 p.m. ALLIS-Chalmers sales, service, parts. Neff Implement Co., Rochester. Phone CA-3-2350. 55. livestock HOLSTEIN heifers, calfhood vaccinated, open, Charles E. Overmyer, 2'/2 mi. west of Monterey^ FOR SALE — Registered Angus Bulls. Jesse Endress, Camden Phone 6B6-4220: _ _ tT good quality ~Holstein steers, 800 to 900 Ibs., also new 494 A corn planters with fertilizer all. total price $700. Rausch Farm Equipment, Winamac, Ind. Ph. Winamac 946-3651. REGISTERED Yorkshire gilts, 3 months old. Call after 6 p.m. weekdays. Dowagiac, Mich., ST-2-5662 or write R. S. Hoyt, Rt. 1, Dowagiac, Mich. 3 YOUNG boars, tried, tested. Marshall Zollman.. Corner 218 and Morgan Hill Rd. PUREBRED Polled Hereford bull. R. T. Newman, Miami-Cass Co. line on Rd. 24. ' Phone Peru GR-3-9603. 30 Landrace open gilts, meat type. 4 S. W. Burnetlsville. Box 145. Raymond Nicoll, FOR SALE: 20 "boars, 15 gills, purebred Duroc, ready for service, feed conversion and certification records, priced to sell! Ralph Rinehart & Sons, Flo'ra, Ind. Farm 3'/2 miles west of Burlington, Ind. 75 head Hampshire feeder pigs, bred gilts and sows to farrow May 27. Milton Best Burnetts- vill'c. Phone 826-2081. NICE selection' of purebred gilts and boars for immediate lease. No cash outlay. Send Phone number or directions to your house to Box A-236, this newspaper. NO doubt one of our Durocs would solve your boar problem. Come and see. Howard Mutchler, Kewanna. ANOTHER load, top quality Missouri feeder pigs, Thursday morning, 35c, 40-lb. weight. John H. Wilson, Bunker Hill. Phone j Galveston 1-5012: I 55, livestock 2 good bulls, Angus and Polled . Hereford. Phone Clay Ide. 36 PIGS, '60 Ibs. for sale. Phone 40514. SHEEP shearing, highest prices for wool. '3230. Deer Creek. F. Nelson. REGISTERED Angus herd bull, 5 years old. Ralph Cotner Angus Farm, Winamac, Ph. 946-4752. FEEDER pigs. Call J. D. Lesn, Deer Creek 35 or 2112., PUREBRED and cross - bred boars. Landrace, Hamp and York. We deliver. R. Cuthbert, 2 mi. N. of Galveston on 35. Curtiss Breeding Service Dudley D. Bridge Logan 3606—Royal Center 2185 Lucerne 1-2065 DUROC service boars, bred and open gilts. Howard Mutchler, Kewanna, Ind. FOR large profits with feeder cattle, see Wertheimer Cattle Co. Phone Camden 686-2793. YEAGER & SULLIVAN, Inc., guaranteed feeder pigs available at all times at Camden, Indiana. WE have buyers for good shoats. Royal Center Sale Barn. Phone 3755 or 2425. 56. Feeds, Seeds, Plants THE BEST Hybrid by 4 years' Testing for northern Ind. Soils-Ind. Cert. 219. J. E. Martin & Sons, Rt. 2, Walton Phones '2053 or 2058. We have: SOYBEAN SEED Certified Lindarin .$3.40 Non-Certified Harosoy .. 3.30 SOYBEAN INOCULATION 5 bu. size $ .50 25 bu. size 2.00 GUTWEIN'S SEED CORN A complete line of weed killers and soil insecticides. LESTER ELLIOTT Lucerne Phone 1-2221 GUTWEIN hybrid seed corn, good yielder, standability; cert, soybeans. Elvin Sadler. Ph. 56150. GLADIOLUS bulbs, large mixed 79c doz., Medium $3.00 per hundred, Bevington's 1000 E. 815S. "TfARVEST TOPPER HYBRIDS" Lindarin Soybeans Contact our dealers or HOPPER FARMS 1 mile E. Onward. Ph. Walton 4152 PLANT Funks-G, America's greatest hybrids. Joe Hinkle, Phone Walton 3402. SEED CORN MARTIN BROS. Rt. 1,' Walton Phorie 3854 58. Hatcheries TURKEY poults, baby chicks and ducks. Start them on Napiana turkey and chick starter feeds. King's Hatchery. 6th and North, Phone 3718. 59. Poultry DAY OLD Heavy and Light Breed Chicks. Started Leghorn Pullets. Hizer Hatchery, Grass Creek. GRAY'S Hatcheries^Rossville," Ind. 108 whites, your best heavy breed layers. Extra rugged. Sexed or straight run baby chicks. Pullets $21.95 per hundred. Straight run $14.95. Call collect Rossville 379-2331. AUTOMOTIVE 63. Automobiles for Sale 1954 PONTIAC, fair condition. Phone 40291. 1941 FORD, shaved V-8, fiathead, dual Slromberg carburetors, Harmon - Collins dual ignition, dual coils, electric fuel pump. Phone 7956. 1959 PLYMOUTH station wagon, 6 passenger, V-8, straight stick. Phone 50569 afternoons. 1958 Ford Fairlane 500, 1957 Ford Fairlane 500, 1960 F-100 pickup truck, 1956 Mercury, 1955 Pon-. tiac. Call 52081 after 4:30, all day Saturday. 1954 Oldsmobile convertible, full power, seat belts, $375. Phone 53785. 1960 Volvo radio, healer, whitewalls, A-l. GL-2-8427, Kokomo. 1960 Alfa Romeo Super Spider-, showroom condition. GL-2-8427, Kokomo. 1960 Ford 2 door, automatic, like new, first $1250 buys. Percy Auto Sales, June. 24 and 35. 19.60 MG, good tires, $1585." See at 717 Burfington Ave. CAR PAYMENTS TOO HIGH? Protect your credit. Trade down to smaller or no payments. See Max Frazee at Frazee Ford Corners. Phons 967-4151, Rts. 18 and 75, Flora, Ind. 1950 Dodge 4 door, good tires, body and molor. Phone 40689. 64. Trucks for Sale TRUCKs,-i/ 2 , %, iy 2 and.2 ton, all prices. Come and look. Percy Auto Sales, June. 24 and 35. 54. Farm Equipment 54. Farm Equipment FOR SALE •Three 1957 I.H., tandem drive, 10 yd. dump trucks $4500 to $3500 1952 CHEVROLET 13 ft. box ........', '.'... $885 1956 CRAWLER TRACTOR 1 yd. hydraulic front-end scoop,, Shawnee back hoe : mounted on rear, gtod 'condition, has also" low box trailer ..• ..." .'.... .'.... $4850' DS CATERPILLAR DOZER Tractor and all parls of tractor in good condition '. $7500 MINNEAPOLIS Moline Heavy tractor, 1 yard front scoop, Oltawa back hoe rear. ..''•' ALL. EQUIPMENT. IN GOOD CONDITION .' READY TO WORK PHONE 4351 65. Motorcycles—Scooters 1957 Cushman motor scooter, $125, Phone 3385, Walton, Ind. FACTORY AUTHORIZED - NEW CAR DEALERS CHEVROLET MANN CHEVROLET Flora, Ind. Phone 967-4123 Dillman Chevrolet—Ph. 4-0123 St. Rd. 25, Clymers, Ind. CHRYSLER-PL YMOUTH-VALIANT Hendrickson Motor Sales, Inc. 417 Third St. Ph. 5151 BUICK WSE Buick-Cheyrolet—Ph. 4135 2nd at Broadway, Logansport PONTIAC WASSON-BUICK-PONTIAC Delphi, Ind. Phone LO-4-3040 or LO-4-2415 R & R RAMBLER MOTORS 801 E. Main, Logahsport 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 Moriticello St., Winamac, Ind. Biggest Cargo Ship Launched In Germany HAMBURG, Germany (AP) The Esso Spain Tanger, the biggest cargo vessel ever built in Europe, was launched Saturday at the Ho'waldt shipyards. The Esso Spain displaces about 88,000 tons and is 882 feet long. The ship was ordered by the Standard Tankers Co., Ltd., of the Bahamas. Eight Vincennes Men On Boat Trip VINCENNES, Ind. (AP)—Eight Vincennes . businessmen are to begin Sunday a six-day boat excursion down the Wabash River and up the Ohio River to Evansville. The trip, in a 36-foot houseboat built by five of the men, will include stops Sunday night at Mount Carmel, 111., Monday night at New Harmony, Wednesday night at .Mount Vernon and Thursday night at Henderson, Ky., ' FURNITURE LOANS Lincoln Finance Company Maria Smith, Mgr. Phone 3ZM , REALGAS •UGH QUALITY LOWER PRICES 818 W. Market Hi-Way 24 Seventh and North 18th and Woodlawn Step Up To Modern Living Are repairs on that older home eating into your bank account? Do you pay rent over $(!» a month? If the- answer to these questions is yes, it's time to look into the savings we can give you with a brand new home you can call your own. Wayne Myers BUILDER OF NEW HOMES PHONE 3162 ^^ | "pr^ J T^^ Vf ^^^^ <';' I? \-' YOUNG AMERICA.. "HIGH SCHOOL ; JK>ti/« Wfaw s*tty • ^aMfcWrwfesS^'p ' f, 'V 1 -- .' 3" i it . if' I 1 . ..•'•• v •• i k ! („»' , ' >' r M ' m?:^J\~ r^S'' *fi;j^v^ «(l *1 ** „„ f i _ v. J ., YOUNG AMERICA Photo By Burgman Carpenter's Space Assignment Based On Glenn's Experiences EDITOR'S NOTE-Tlie United States is ready to sund a second astronaut into orbit. Here is a preview of Malcolm Scott Carpenter's daring mission. By HOWARD BENEDICT CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) —Lean, handsome Malcolm Sco'tt !arpenter is about to embark a journey dangers and fascination of which are known to only three men—a pulsa'ting orbit ride more toan 100 miles above the earth. If the present schedule holds, Carpenter, outfitted in a • silver space .suit, will ride an elevator .0 the llth level of a red and white rocket service lower on Pad 14 early next Saturday. morning. He will wiggle'into a cramped space capsule—which he personal- y 'has named "Aurora 7"—and sometime between 7 a.m. and 12:30.p.m.'he will be shot into space by an Atlas missile. • • Astronaut John H. Glenn Jr. :ook the same dramatic steps last ?eb. 20. His fabuously successful light is now history. He circled he earth three times and became a legend instantly, a new hero the Jnited States ecstatically embraced' as a symbol of this na .ion's great pride. Two other men have experienced orbital flighl, the Russians Yuri A. Gagarin and Gherman S. Titov. Glenn's flight proved that man can survive for at. least short periods in the weightless environ inent of space, and that he can operate under stress in this strange new world. Carpenter is to expand on the mowledge gained from Glenn's ride. What he and other astonauts earn in the next^few years will ease the path which future American spacemen will moon late in this eventually to Mars, other planets,' take to the decade—and Venus and USE Crop-Maker Bulk Fertilizer SAVE YOUR MONEY - $6.00 pec ton YOUR BACK - No Lifting YOUR TIME - Use Our Fast , Custom Spreading ALL ANALYSES AVAILABLE 12-12-12-5-20-20-6-24-24-6-46-0 18-46-0-11 -46-0-8-32-0-4-12-36 Also Available in Bags SEE US NOW FOR THE BEST DEAL ANYWHERE! CROP-MAKER SOIL SERVICE Call Walton 371 5 Collect. Carl Johnson — Ben De-Haven Carpenler's assignmenl basically is the same as . Glenn's. The flight plan calls for him to whirl three times around the globe as Glenn did in four hours 56 minutes al 17,500 miles an hour. Many changes have been introduced, some of them to correct problems which cropped up on Glenn's flight. Others give Carpenter, 37, a Navy lieulenant commander, a number of assign- menls—including observalion of a trailing balloon, ejection of manmade luminous particles, study of liquid in weightlessness and several . photographic duties. Near the end of Glenn's first orbit,, the automalic control system in his capsule malfunctioned slightly. Two small- jets which emit streams of hydrogen peroxide gas to help keep the spacecraft properly oriented became clogged. iThis caused the capsule to drift off the planned altitude and Glenn took over manual control of the craft the last two orbits, conclusively demonstratisg that man is better than machine in space. Without a human pilot, Ihe capsule would have been ordered to the ground after the second orbt, just as Enos the chimpanzee was when his craft developed similar problems in a prelimnairy Project Mercury flight last November. The fault was traced to breaking under excessive heat of a stainless steel screen al the mouth of the jet fuel line, wilh pieces of Ihe screes being sucked inlo the line. Platinum wire has been substituted .on Carpenter's capsul. Carpenter will try experiments Glenn was unable to carry out because of his occupation with the manual conlrols. Among them are observation of the stars, exercising, eating more frequently, and preplanned manual control tests. Actually, about half the flight is planned to be aulomalic and half manually directed. At times, "Aurora 7" will be permitted to drift off its intended altilude course lo determine what happens to communications. This could afford a hint to the lype of radio antennas which will be needed on moon-bound spaceships. Report On Servicemen : PFC Francis R. Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis C. Davis, Akron, Ind., recently participated with other personnel from the 1st Division's 4th Carvalry in Army Training Tests in Korea. • During the tests Davjs' unit engaged in combat exercises against an "aggressor" force under simulated combat conditions. Training of this nature is designed to maintain the constant state of combat readiness essential to & modern Army deployed to maintain the defense of the free world. An automatic rifleman in the cavalry's Company A v . Davis entered the Army in September 1961 and completed basic training at Fort Leonard-Wood, Mo. , The 20-year-old soldier atlended Beaver Dam High School. 'Army Reserve' Lt. Col. Wilmer A. McClintic of Monticello, Ind,, completed the 16-week associate course at the Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, Kan., May 3. Colonel McClintic was a member of the 25th class to complete the associate - course. The class, which consisted of 411 U.S. Army officers arid 33 officers from 16 allied nations, was addressed by General Paul D.' Adams, com- marider of hie U.S. STRIKE Command, at graduation, day. cxer- iscs. ' '"• ' . • Colonel McClintic is regularly assigned to the 303 Artillery Group, an Army Reserve unit in Lafayetle. . ' Colonel and Mrs. McClinlic live at 701 W. Washington, st. The' colonel is a 1937 graduate of Monticello High School and attended Wabsh'College, Crawfordsville, and Benjamin Franklin University in Washington, D.C.. His brother, Virgil' McClintic, lives at 402 S. Main st. - Army Lt. Col. Norman R:. Sawyer, whose wife, Peggy, lives at 2600 E. Broadway, Logansport, Ind., completed the 16-week associate course at the Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, Kan., May 3. Colonel Sawyer was a member of the 25th class to co'mplete the associate course. The class, which consisted of 411 U.S. Army officers and 33 officers from allied nations, was addressed, by General Paul D. Adams, commander of the U.S. STRIKE Command, at graduation day exercises. Colonel Sawyer is a 1938 grad- uale of Broadway High School in Seattle, Wash.- Noel D. Staggs, seaman, USN, son of 0. H. Staggs of 885 Sherman st,, Logansport, Ind., is serving aboard the guided missile destroyer USS Gyatt, a unit taking part in Exercise Quick Kick, a joint training operation held May 7-10, at-Camp Lejeune, N.C. • Roy B. Hdndy, photographer's mate airman, USN, son of Herbert J. Handy of Route 3, Logansport, Ind., is serving aboard the attack aircraft carrier USS Forrestal, a unit taking part in Exercise Quick Kick, a joint training operatio nheld May 7-10, at Camp Lejeune, N. C. .Staff Sergeant James W. Nichter of Logansport, Ind., has been selected for academic and military training under (lie United Slates Air Force Airman Education and Commissioning Program, Sergeant 'Nichter. will go to Ohio Slate University to study for a bachelor's degree in;business law. Upon graduation, he will be sent to Lackland AFB, Tex., to attend Officer Training School. He will be commissioned a second lieutenant upon completion of military training there.. Sergeant'Nichter is the' son of Walter M. Nichter of 1416 George St., Logansport. The sergeant and his wife, the former Margery A. Siferd of 405 W. Washington, Monticello, Ind;, have three children. 1 Stock Market Shows Worst Loss In Years NEW YORK (AP) - As confidence continued to melt away, the slock market last week took its worst weekly loss in about 30 years. The comparison had to be approximate because weekly statistics on stock market moves were not kept at the Associated Press and Dow Jones & Co. Inc., prior to 1932. The Dow Jones industrial average fell 30.75 to 640.63. This put the Dow 94.28 below its historic high of 734.91 reached last Dec. 13. The Associated Press average .of 60 slocks fell 11.00 (o 230.10. No weekly break in I he past 30 years was larger than the decline of 9.40 in the week ended July 22, 1933, in the days of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal. Without much doubt there were greater weekly declines in the black days of (lie 1929 decline, both on a point basis and, much more so on a percentage basis, because the averages were much lower at that perioid of stock market history. It was the market's third straight weekly decline and stocks fell in spite of generally encouraging news aboul the economy. The continued retreat .also flew in the phase of various technical signs used by professional security analysts to calculate probabilities in the market. One experienced analyst, speaking off-the-cuff and not for direct attribulion, said: "I'm a lost sheep. Technical indicators are absolutely useless in this kind of market. This emotional selling cannot be measured." The technical indicators, said the expert, gave the same kind of message two weeks ago that they gave in the market bottoms of September 1960 and October 1957—but this time the market did not rally slrongly as it did following those declines. As the week ended, the stock market had gone through .six straight daily declines. Volume was 18,419,640 shares, compared with 19,370,710 the week before. Prominenlly mentioned as causing lack of confidence was Presii- denl Kennedy's "non-inflationary" policy, which some Wall Sireeters fee! gives labor some benefits but deprives business of increased prices to pay for them — thus squeezing profits. Nevertheless, general business news was quite good last week. Many corporate reports showed improvement in earnings. Retail sales, rail freight carloadings and auto output were on the upbeat. Both corporate and U.S. government bonds resumed their climb to higher price levels in sharp contrast with the severe break of 1 slock values. Corporate volume reached a high for the year .for the second week in a row. Trading totaled $35,783,000 par value, compared with $33,243,000 the pre- vioius week. Sec. Dillon Leaves On Trip To Italy NEW YORK (AP) - Secretary of the Treasury Douglas Dillon left by plane Saturday en route to Rome to attend the monetary conference of the American Bankers Association. I 6^a/^ Calendar! May 12—Gib & Edna Schroeder Ray Booth May 12--Berkshir.es Keith Berkshire May 12—Floyd R. Martin Rineharts May 12—Ella Kasch Estate Eineharts May 16—B. F. Heath Roy Grume May 19—Effie Guard Estate Rineharts May 19-^Optimist Club ..Berkshire June 9—Minnie A. Maxwell Rineharts Aucts. PUBLIC AUCTION I will sell at public auction at our place located '/4 mile east of Lake Cicott on Highway 24, the following property to-wil on SATURDAY, MAY 19 — 1:00 P. M. FARM MACHINERY Corn planter, 2-row; 30' buzz saw with Wis. engine and frame with wheels; kerosene 60-gal. tank with pump; • 2-row rotary hoe; 1947 Ford tractor; spray pump with hose and drum; 2 bottom 14 inch plow; 300 gal. gasoline tank; broder stove; 1 lime spreader; one 60-lb seeder with electric motor; 9 rolls barbed wire, new; 7-ft. Dearborri landem disc; Ferguson weeder; Dearborn scoop; old mower- cultivator with front attachment; 3-section spike tooth harrow. MISCELLANEOUS—Antique churn; laundry stove; oil stove 1 desk with roll top; 1 roll away bed spring; dog house; porcelain top'table. Lunch servcdl by Ladies of M, E. church, RALPH and JESSIE SAUNDERS TERMS-CASH. Not responsible for accidents Harry Bridge. Auct. M . E. Duncan, Clerk

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