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Tuesday Evening, May 15, 1962 56. Feeds, Seeds, Plants GERANIUMS from 25c up, creeping Phlox, bedding plants, vegetable plants, Big Boy hybrid tomatoes. Cooper's Greenhouse, 928 W. Broadway. THE hybrid that stood last fall, stalks stayed green, yield excellent. Ind. Cert. .645. J. E. Martin & Sons, Rt. 2, Walton. Phones 2053 or 2058. GUTWEIN hybrid seed corn, good yielder. standability; cert, soybeans. Elvin Sadler. Ph. 56150. GLADIOLUS bulbs, large mixed 79c Aor.., Medium $3.00 per hundred, Bevington's 1000 E. 815S. HARVEST HOPPER 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 Phone 3854 58. Hatcheries TURKEY poults, baby chicks and ducks. Start them on Napiana turkey and chick starter feeds. King's Hatchery, Sixth and North. Phone 3718. 59. Poultry DAY OLD Heavy and Light Breed Chicks. Started Leghorn Pullets. Hizer Hatchery, Grass Creek. AUTOMOTIVE 63. Automobiles for Sale 1941 FORD, shaved V-8, fiathead, dual Stromberg carburetors, Harmon - Collins dual ignition, dual coils, electric fuel pump. Phone 7956. . 1959 PLYMOUTH station wagon, G passenger, V-8, straight stick. Phone 50569 afternoons. 1958 Ford Fairlane 500, 1057 Ford Fairlane 500, 1980 F-100 pickup truck, 1956 Mercury, 1955 Pontiac. Call 52081 after 4:30, all day Saturday. 63. Automobiles for Sale 1960 Volvo, radio, heater, 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. Late Markets Hawkins . 200 to 220 16.00 220 to 240 15.65 240 to 260 '. 15.25 260 to 280 14.85 280 to 300 14.50 Sows 14.00 down Boars 9.00 down 1960 MG, good tires, 11595. See at 717 Burlington Ave. ^ Popejoy's Poultry Farm rfeavy Hens 15 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. 65. Motorcycles—Scooters Eurnettsville Poultry Leghorns ; .07 leavey Hens .17 Third Street Market Lambs 18 Beef Hides .03 Veal Hides .33 1950 Harley-Davidson 74, excellent condition. 4158 before 5 p.m., after 5 p.m. 3096. FACTORY AUTHORIZED NEW CAR DEALERS CHEVROLET MANN CHEVROLET Flora, Ind. Phone 967-4123 Dillman Chevrolet-Ph. 4-0123 St. Rd. 25, Clymers, Ind. CHRYSLER-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 L04-3040 or LO-4-2415 RAMBLER R & R RAMBLER MOTORS 801 E. Main, Logansport DODCE 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., Winainac, Ind. SAVE IT! AT THE (PRICES W€1VE GOT, YOU IWONT NEED (TO iDilG fUNffiO YOUR SAVINGS. 'Al Rlilflf E'ectra 4 door, powor steering, power brafcos, O I DUflvIV power seat, grey with white top. ^ door hardto'p, power steering, powor brakei, light green finish. 'AH Rlllf K Electra 4 cloor nardto P- 21,000 miles, power UV DWI\<I\ steerin ring, power brakes, dark green finish. ' A 1 RIIS'^M' O| DUB'CEV 'Aft D'l lil^If LaSabre convertible all black and just UW DUSVilV 'J\Q Rllldf jY DUlVIY ' ^ ft HI il'f'W (JO DU1VI\ 'A 1 Ol LeSabre 4 door sedan, choice/ of 2. Black with white top or gold with white top, Super 2 door hardtop, power steering, power brakes, all the equipment for driving pleasure. Calalinct 2 door hardtop, pov/or steering, power brakei. Starchier" 2 door sedan, power steering and brakei. A sharp one. Cafalina 9 passenger station wagon, full equipped, A dark red beauty. '^fc7 'P'ftlMTI A'f Station wagon, 9 passenger, power steer*" rVlllHMX j n g^ p 0wer brakos and power windows. '^A PfiiKITl'Af Cafalina 2 door hardtop. You'll like the 3Q Pi/ft HAL p r i ce on this. '61 OLDSiVlORBI F 4 doof 8S harcttQp ' fu " powar/ Ul Ul*HSJJVBUE»QLrlC a || wh;to and Kke naw< 'AT UAi 'l^ifll'M ^ door station wagon; A dandy 0 I rMLLVW j ittlo famMy car< '*A 1 JUI 'E'Dlfl EDO V 4 door Monterey sedan. Horo's another 01 MtRUfKY good late mod0 | oor . '60 rOMiT 4 door ' odan ' An ou n-vme i M red beauty> '/Lft ^WE'V'U'ftil!|»T f m P c| ' a 2 door hardtop, turquoise IWlrfc I anc ] white, powar steering and brakes. Real sharp. Fairlane 500 2 door hardtop. This is a real good buy. 88 4 door hardtop with air conditioning. Real clean. Convertible, power steering, power brakes, white 'Afi Fft'Uf^ Galaxie 4 door sedan, power steering, power "" i VllB/ brakes. Get our deal on this smooth runner. door aedan. Here is a really sharp^ar lot you can be proud of. Fairlane 500 2 door hardtop, standard shift, An all white money-savor, dobr hardlop, full power, air conditioning. '57 CHFVR'OJ'FT ^ at ' on Wagon, 6 cyl,, and automatic. 98 4 door sedan. Also 1 88 4 door Mdan. That* «r» nio», cUon cart,. T 5 Others To Choose From. Make Us An Offer, WASSON Buick-Pontiac DELPHI, IND. PH. IO-4-3040 'Aft WU AA'PSJf^B ID Y JVICIVIUK I •Producers Marketing Assn. 190 to 215, No. 1 16.75 190 to 220, No. 2, No. 3 ... 16.25 Sows 14.00 down Boars 10.00 down Wayne's Produce Heavy Hens 10 t 0 .13 Leghorns 07 A tentative site for the proposed Stadium junior high school was licked Monday night by members )f the Logansport school board. The proposal would place the milding 1,000 feet c south of the 1,HS stadium and 100 feet west of afayette'Drive. The architect for the school, Henry C. Wolf, was 1 authorized, by the board to draw plans based on that location. In other business the board voted to purchase a 66-passenger school bus on low bids totalling $6,985. The bus will replace one Dresently in use which, in turn, will be kept as, an extra. WSE won the contract for the jus chassis on its low bid of $5,212. The bus body contract was Klumpp Produce (Deei Creek) Heavy Hens 10 to .13 Leghorns 07 20 INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - Livestock: ' , Hogs 5,000; barrows and gilts 25 to mostly 50 higher; uniform 190225 Ib 16.75-17.00; bulk 180-240 Ib 16.00-16.85; 240-270 Ib 15.50-16.25; several loads uniform 16.50; 270300 Ib 15.25-15.75; 150-170 Ib 14.50- Ifi.OO; sows 25 instance 50 higher; 300-400 Ib 14.00-14.75; 400-600 Ib 13.25-14.00; 550-650 Ib 13.00. Cattle 1,900; calves 75; steers and heifers early sales about steady with bulk still unsold; choice steers 26.00-28.50; mixed good and choice 25.25-25.75; good 23.00-24.50; with one load 25.CO; good and mixed good and choice mixed. steer and heifer yearlings 23.50-25:00; good and choice heifers 22.50-25.00; cows steady; utility asd commercial 14.50-16.00; few 16.50; canners and cutters 13.00-14.50; few cutters' 15.00; bulls steady to 50 higher; utility and commercial 17.50-20.00; vealers steady; high choice 32.00; good and choice 28.00-31.00; standard and low good 22.00-28.00. Sheep 125; about steady; good to mostly choice spring lambs 19.00-20.00;' good and choice wooled old crop lambs 15.00-17.50. CHICAGO (UPD-Produce; Live poultry roasters 21 - 23, mostly 22; special fed White Rock fryers 18-19; heavy hens 17. Cheese single daisies 38%-40; longhorns 38!4 - 40^; processed loaf 36-38; Swiss Grade A 47-52; B 45-50. Paint Spraying Equipment Damaged Paint spraying equipment used by street employes to mark parking spaces and traffic' dividing lines was damaged extensively at Third and North Streets shortly after 9 a.m. Tuesday. The equipment, transported in a small trailer pulled by a panel truck, was struck by an army truck carrying a similar truck piggy-back. The driver, Magel Martin, South Bend, was stopped two miles southwest of the city limits 'on Indiana 25 by city police. He was not charged after he explained he did not know his truck had struck the trailer. Masonic Officers Attend State Meet Six officers of the two local Masonic lodges went to Indianapolis Tuesday to attend the annual meeting of the Indiana Grano Lodge in the Masonic temple. Representing Tipton Idoge No 33, F. and A. M., were Harold Watson, master; Marion Spencer, senior warden; and Lisle Minnick, secretary. Representing Orient lodge No, 272, F. and A. M., were Lloyc Murphey, master; Jack Burk, senior warden; and Earl Harrison, secretary. Pick Tentative Site for School liven to' the Imperial Equipment !o., of Lafayette on a low bid of $3,773. The board decided to let the con- ract for 100 two-tube double light- ng fixtures to Ralph David, Inc., which submitted the low bid. A decision on paint and duplicating paper bids was deferred )ending tests. Although coal and >il bids were taken as required jy the State Board of Accounts, it was decided to award these contracts on a .monthly basis as .n the past. Mrs. Agnes Baney, 84, Dies in Rochester; Final Rites Pending ROCHESTER — Mrs. Agnes Emel'ia Baney, 84, widow of Reu- jen Baney, died at 9:15 a.m. Tuesday at the Miller Nursing Home following an illness of six 1 months. Her home was at 129 E. Fifth St., Rochester. ' Born in Gass county on June 12, 1878, she was the daughter of Andrew and Emelia Pichfer ITlynn. Her first marriage was to Henry Holley. Following his death, she was married to William Dale and after his" death married Reuben Baney. She had lived in Rochester since 1917, moving here from Miami county. She was the matron at the Fulton -county courthouse for SO years, retiring three years ago. She was a member of Grace Methodist church. Survivors include three daugh ters, Mrs. Elvie Teel, Denver, Ind.; Mrs. Charles Smith anc Mrs. Dewey Biggs, both of Ro< Chester; two sons, Allen Dale, Pomona, Calif, and Edgar Dale, Buffalo, Mich.; eleven grandchildren; Ifi great-grandchildren and six sisters preceded her in death. Final rites are pending at the Foster and Good.funeral home in Rochester. Rites on Friday For Mrs. Rowe Funeral services for Mrs. Josephine Rowe, 79, the widow of Everett W. Rowe, will be at 10 a.m. Friday at the Fisher funeral home. A former local resident, she died Monday morning at the Masonic Home in Franklin where she had lived four years. She was a member of the Christian church, White Shrine and OES. Her residence here was formerly at 614 Twentieth St. Her husband died in August, 1956. Final services will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday at the Masonic home. Friends may call at the funeral home here after 4 p.m. Thursday, White Shrine services will be at 7 p.m. Thursday. Rev. William Neeriemer will officiate at the services and burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. Andrew Small, 80, Royal Center, Dies Andrew Richard Small, 80, ol Royal Center, died at 11:15 p.m. Monday at his home. He was a retired farmer. Bora Feb. 15, 1882, in Cass county, he was the son of James C. and Sarah Rhodes Small. His marriage was to Marie Henrietta Ploss, who survives. Also surviving are a son, Lewis Small, of Louderville, Ohio; a daughter, Mrs. Alice Etnier, ol Millersburg, Ohio; five grandchildren, one great-grandson, anc several nieces and nephews. Final riles will be at 1 p.m Thursday at the Harrison funeral home, the Rev. Virden Graham officiating. Burial will be in the Thompson cemetery. Friends may call at the funera" home after noon Wednesday. USE Crop-Maker Bulk Fertilizer SAVE YOUR MONEY - $6.00 per 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 REST DEAL ANYWHERE! CROP-MAKER SOIL SERVICE Call Walton 3715 Collect Carl Johnson — Ben DeHaven Fair and Hot ForHoosiers By United Press International Indiana's mid-May heat wave continued unabated today . with highs ranging from 85 to 92 likely for at least three more days. Isolated thundershowers were seen as a possibility, but in the main the forecast was a repeat of the past few days—fair anji hot. Highs Monday ranged from 87 at Indianapolis and Fort Wayne to 90 at Evansville and Louisville. Overnight lows ranged from 85 at most stations to'68 at South Bend and Louisville. . . Highs today will range from 85 to 92, lows tonight from 64 to 70 and highs Wednesday from 85 to 92 with continued warm weather expected Thursday. The temperatures were near records in some cases. The Indianapolis high of 87 Monday came within one degree of the all-time high for May 14 which has been on the books since 1881. ' Clean-up 'Block Parties' Block parties will be held .hroughout the city Wednesday, ttay 23, in an effort to improve lie appearance of Logansport, according to the Logansport Area ^hanfter of Commerce. This announcement was released Tuesday morning following a meeting of 12 Chamber Maids, who form the committee in charge of "Clean-up, Paint-up, Fix-up" week starting Saturday, May 19. KEY PEOPLE in ea'ch block of the city will be contacted by mail Thursday of. this week and will be asked to organize a group of their neighbors to appraise their block and accomplish whatever clean-up work is decided upon. These people will be acked to clean up yards, vacant lots, remove trash and rubbish, plant flowers and shrubbery and to clean basements and attics. These Mock parties will be asked to point out buildings and fences needing paint, and then to check and see if the work has been done. The committee plans to make a city-wide inspection on Saturday May 26, the final day of the weeklong event. Mrs. Betty Hockman, Native of Logansport/ Dies in W. Lafayette Mrs. Betty Hockman, 75, widow of Ray Hockman, died at 2 a.m. Tuesday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Robert Brown, in Wesl Lafayette. She was the mother ol Donald Hockman, president of Hockman Motor Sales, Logansport. Born in Logansport on Jan. 30, 1887, she was the daughter of Earl and Mary Harrison Stewart. Her marriage on Dec. 27, 1905 was to Ray Hockman and he died in 1930. She was a former resident of Bunker Hill and had lived in Logansport from 1918 until moving to West Lafayette in 1955. She was a member of the Ninth Streel Christian church and attended the Federated Church in Lafayette. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Marjorie Brown, West Lafayette; two sons, Donald, Logansport and Richard, of Bakersfield, Calif.; seven grandchildren; a great-granddaughter and a sister, Mrs. Charles Smyser, Logansport. Her eldest grandson, Lt. Mich ael Brown, 23,. was killed in an auto accident in Arkansas early Friday morning. Final rites were held Monday and burial was in the Bluffton cemetery. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Fisher funeral home in Logansport. Burial will be in the Bunker Hill cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home aftsr 7 p.m. Tuesday. Masonic Chapters Plan Degree Work May 22 at Delphi Logan Chapter No. 2, York Rite Masons, will assist the Delph : Chapter in conferring the Mosl Excellent Master degree at Del phi on May 22, it was announcec at the monthly meeting of the local group Monday evening. Raymond Parker and Homer Bernhardt were named to repre sent the local Chapter at the dedi cation of the new Masonic meet ing room later this month. Dr. Owen L. Shantcal, Lisle Minnick, and Clifford Hart w< appointed to the publicity com! ait- tee. One candidate ,was elected to receive the degrees. Charles Eichensehr, high priest, presided. Weapons Training At Camp Atterbury For Guardsmen Logan • land National Guard members will continue their train, ing in weapons firing at Camp Atterbury, near Edinburgh, this weekend. Guardsmen will leave in convoy Friday evening for an encampment which will last through Sunday. Purpose of the training is qualification and familiarization with weapons fifing. The last Guard encampment was April 27-29. Guardsmen leave for two weeks summer training July 7'. Police Check Cars On East Broadway City, county, state and Civil Defense were operating the largest safety check lane of the month Tuesday afternoon. The cars were being checked in the 2100 block on East Broadway. Checking started at 1 p.m. and was scheduled to continue until 9 p.m. Fifteen officers participated in the check. Parties Plan No Changes Democratic county chairman and vice-chairmen of the seconc district will meet at 2 p.m. Wed nesday in the local party head quarters to elect district officers. Present officers, who are expected to be re-elected, are Howard Weniger,'North Judson, chairman; Mrs. .Gerald Hershberger. Logansport, vice-chairman; Mrs, Louise Wheeler, Lafayette, secre tary; and Ray Hershman, Hens- selaer, treasurer. THE REPUBLICAN county chairmen and vice-chairmen o the district met Tuesday after noon at the Pulaski county 'courthouse to elect their district offi cers. Present GOP district officers are Alvin Cast, Kentland, chairman; Mrs. Esther Guthridge, (Fowler, vice-chairman; Mrs. Paul ine Jordan, Warsaw, secretary; and Burr Swezey, Jr., Lafayette treasurer. Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Thirteen COMMUNITY BRIEFS Around Town Births MEMORIAL — Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Parks, 17 East Main St., a son. ST. JOSEPH — Born to Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Goble, Winamac, a son. Hospital Notes MEMORIAL - Admitted: Master David Layman, 1511 Michigan Ave,; Mrs. Adeline Hero, rural route 3, Winamac; Mrs. Eloise Kolmerton, 726 Glenway Dr.; Garry Knowlton, 121 West Miami Ave.; Mrs. Dorothy Beall, 67 Pollard St.; Mrs. Elsie Ervin, Cotner Trailer court; Roland Dilts, rural route 2, Royal Center; Garold Lehman, rural route 1, Winamac; Donald Enyart, rural route 1, Star City; Mrs. Dorothy Leffert, 16 Center St. Dismissed: George Arnold, rural route 2, Delphi; Carl Dunbar, rural route 1; Robert Hansen, 2625 Emmet Dr.; Ernest Harding, Oak; Mrs. Donnabelle Jackowick, Royal Center; Mrs. Donna Miller, Denver; Miss Claudia Munson, rural route 1, Walton; Mrs. Betty Jo Napier, 211 North Cicott St.; Master Frank Simpson, Young America. ST. JOSEPH — Admitted: Baby Cynthia Leydet, 1408 Wright St.; Mrs. Alice Burley, 407 West Linden Ave.; Mrs. Carmen DeFord, 906 Cliff Dr.; Mrs. Martha Strauch,'191fl Otto St.'Dismissed: Mrs. Charles Combs and son, 904 North Third St.; Mrs. Betty Moore, 325 1/3 East Market St.; Frank Hardy, 425 Fifth St.; Walter Lanz, Star City. Boys Steal, Sell Antiques Two Logansport teenagers, arrested by Sheriff Bernard Leavitt Tuesday, will appear in juvenile court Saturday morning in connection with the sale to an antique dealer of old furniture they did not own. The sheriff said the boys have admitted they collected $45 from a Logansport furniture dealer for old clocks, chairs, marble covered tables, mirrors, and dishes they found in an unoccupied house west of Logansport on rural route 4. Sheriff Leavitt said the boys told the dealer the house and furniture belonged to their grandfather who asked them to sell the 'furniture. The furniture was returned to the home Tuesday. Ralph Lee, 58, of 'Logansport, Dies; R'ites Wednesday Ralph Lee, 58, died at 7:50 p. m. Monday at a Logansport hospital, following an illness of several years. Born in Ponliac, Illi on Aug. 30, 1903, he was the son of Jay and Ora Lee. Survivors include three sisters, Mrs. Loretta Townsley, 216& Eighth. St., city; Mrs. Hazel Chapman, Walkerton and Mrs. Gladys Fiedler, Kewanna; two brothers, Harry, LaPorte and Lloyd Brookfield, 111. «,id several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Harrison funeral home in Kewanna. Burial will be in the Kewanna IOOF cemetery. Friends may call at Ihe fun-oral home after 7 p.m. Tuesday. Emmet Chapman Taken by Death Emmet Chapman, 85, a former Deer Creek resident, died suddenly in Western hospital in Minneapolis at 6:30 a.m. Tuesday. Funeral services wilt be held at 1:30 p.m. Thursday with burial near Minneapolis. He was the brother of Mrs. Oca Hankee, of 45 Lujt St., Logansport. LOSES FOUR TOES TWELVE MILE- Ed Helms, 25, who lives west of Perrysburg, lost. four toes on his right foot Sunday afternoon while mowing with a power mower at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Helms, rural route 5, Logansport. Helms was taken to Memorial hospital in the McCain ambulance. Bunker Hill Hospital Notes Admitted: S. Sgt. Louis Bene- Airman l.C. William Pulliam, Air- Airman 1,C. William Pulliam, Airman l.C. Roger Evans, Airman 2.C. Jerry Baker, Stephen Zimmerman, Theresa Hummel, Mrs. Linda Thurman, Steve Dolce, Anntette Parent, and Mrs. Patricia Jewell. , Dismissed: CWO Lloyd Summers, Mrs, Lavonne McAndrews, transfered to Wright - Patterson Mrs..Marlene Hayes, Mrs. Judylhe Wade, and Mrs. Donna Spear and son, Terry. Births: A daughter to T. Sgt, and Mrs. Robert Robinson; £ daughter to S. Sgt. and Mrs Donald Stevens and a son to Airman l.C. David Thurman. ROCHESTER Admissions to Woodlawn l lal:'Mrs. Dee Uurick, R. R. 5 Rochester; Deborah Smith, 71: East 10th; Josiah Hower, Fulton; Christine Greer, Kewanna; Mrs, Harry Herriman, R. R. 2, Rochester; Leonard Brocky, 1230 Jeffer son; Mrs. Melvin Clinger, R. R. 4 Rochester; Ervin J. Sanders, R. R 1, Rochester. Dismissals: Fred Whipplc, Anderson; Mrs. Bess Cummings, 317 West Eighth street; Mrs. Jerry Brown, Athens; Cecil Pickens, R R. 1, Rochester, Mrs. Lyle Reed 301 East 14th street; Lowell Thous and, R. R. 1, Rochester; Ina Wil liams, R. R. 3, Rochester; Mary Donna Graham, Macy. Mr, and Mrs. Harold Kirby, 200 Jefferson street, are the parents of a son. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Duzen bury, 711 Jefferson street, are tlv parents .of a son. MONTICELLO Births : Saturday—A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jame Ireland, route 6. Sunday— (Moth er's Day) a son was born to Mr and Mrs. Howard Allen, route a Dismissals: Saturday—Mrs Francis Burns and daughter, 31." East Ohio; Mrs. Dick Goodnigh and daughter, 302 North Railroad, Infant Kathy Jo Hinlzman, routi 5; Master Richard Johns, route 1, Chalmers; Mrs. Ralph Royster 517 West Washington; Mrs. Pau Shidler, Francesville, Sunday — Mrs. Lay Cain and son, route 1, Wolcott. Monday—Miss Edith Con. way, 429 West Jefferson; Mr. Lewis Davis, route 3; Walter Bunnell, route 3. • -•-• Harry W. Dowling filed a motion for a new trial of his divorce suit against Margaret Dowling Tuesday, alleging that the decision of the court was not sustained by sufficient evidence and was contrary to law. Mrs. Garnet Angleton requested a citation for contempt of court against • Glen Angleton, alleging that he had failed to make the support payments for their child. The hearing was set for 10 a.m. May 25. • -•-• The annual meeting of the Pleasant Hill Cemetery Association in Clinton township will be held Sunday, May 20, at 2 p.m. at the cemetery. Circuit Court : Mrs. Evelyn Baker, 419 South Scott St., asks custody of their ive children in a suit for divorce rom Donald D. Baker filed TuesJ lay in circuit court. The couple was mafried Oct. 28, 1943, and separated Feb. 10, 1962, according o the complaint filed through the '. aw firm of O'Neill and O'Neill. The estate of (lie late Mrs., 'lystie Weiss, who died May S, ncludes $6,000 in real estate and 1500 in personal property, accord- ng to the .estimates filed when icr will was probated in circuit court Tuesday. Dated Fob. 19,' .955, it leaves $100 to the St.: Toseph hospital in memory of a daughter, Mary Turnpaugh. All of the rest of the estate goes to•; a daughter, Theda Albert Leffel, during her lifetime. Upon her death it goes to her children, Donald, Diane, and Linda Lou Albert.: tfrs. Theda Leffel, 2300 Market: 5t, was named executrix. Miller, Tolbert, and Hirschaucr are the attorneys for the estate. Traffic Arrests Mclvin Belcher, 18, of 505 Washington St., running a traffic light. City court May 16. Mrs. Dorothy A. Beale, 61, of 67 Pollard Ave., was listed in fair condition at Memorial hospital Tuesday morning after being admitted for observation. She was taken to the hospital in the Fisher ambulance after collapsing while hunting mushrooms in her back yard Monday. The Young America Saddle club will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the school gym. Building Permits Argel Gulhrie, roofing at 847 Garfield Ave., $400; Patricia Loner, cement work at 311 Twelfth St., $100. The regular rehearsal of the Logansport Civic Choir will begin at 9 p.m. Thursday at the 'Baplist Temple. Members are asked to bring music. Anyone wishing to sing with the choir is asked to contact Mrs. Donald Jamison at 52288. Deaths and Funerals City, Cass County CORKEY, JAMES III, 13, 1923& High St. Friends may call at the Kroeger funeral home until 1 p.m. Wednesday. Private rites at the funeral home Wednesday after- LEE, RALPH, 58, Logansport. Funeral services at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Harrison funeral home, Kewanna. Burial in Kewanna IClOF cemetery. Call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Tuesday. ROWE, MRS. JOSEPHINE, 79, Masonic Home, Franklin. Final rites .at 10 a.m. Friday, Fisher funeral home. Burial in Mt. Hope cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 4 p.m. Thursday. While Shrine services there at 7 p.m. Thursday and OES services at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.-- SMALL, ANDREW RICHARD; 80, Royal Center, Final rites 'at 1 p.m. Thursday, Harrison funeral home. Burial in the Thompsoii cemetery. Friends may call after noon Wednesday. TILTON, KENNETH L., 49, rural route 4. Final rites at-10 a.m. Wednesday, St. Joseph's church. Burial in Mt. Calvary cemetery. Friends may call 'at the Kroeger funeral home. Rosal-y services there at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. District BANEY, MRS. AGNES, 84, of Rochester. Final rites arc pending at the Foster and Good funeral home in Rochester. BECKNER, MRS. LYDIA, 83. of rural route 2, Flora. Funeral services at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Leiter funeral home, Flora. Burial in Maple Lawn cemetery. Call at the funeral home. GARLAND, PAUL M., 65, of rural route 1, Peru. Funeral serr vices at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Eikenberry funeral home, Peru. Burial in Greenlawn cemetery, Mexico. Call at the funeral home, HOCKMAN, mis, BETTY, 75, of. West Lafayette. Funeral services at 2 p.m. Thursday, Fisher funeral home, city. Burial in Bunker Hill cemetery. Call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Tues- I day. Sale Calendar May 16—B. F. rleath Roy Grume May 18—Weddington Auction Room Weddington May 19—Effie Guard Estate •. .RinehartS May 19—Optimist Club Berkshire May 26—Anna Claybaugh Monesmith, Auc't May 26—Orde Bell Estate Rineharts, Allots." June 9—Minnie A. Maxwell Rineharts Aucts.

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