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Eight Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune This Warm Spell Heads For Record INDIANAPOLIS (UPD - Indiana's current warm spell was in its sixth day today, but actually it dates back to April 21. The last .four weeks may be just about the warmest such period in Hoosier weather records. Although frosts and freezing temperatures at .Indianapolis are rather common through much of May, the last freezing temperature recorded here this year was 31 on April 20. Since then, the temperature has failed to drop below 42, and since April 24 it has failed to fall below 46. The mean, or' average, temperature last month up t 0 April 20 was 43.8 degrees; In the last 10 days of the month, the mercury climbed to 80 or.. above on five days and in the upper 70s on three others, and the month ended with an average temperature of 51. Only two days of the first 16 days of May -were on the coolish . side, and there have been five days of 80 or above temperatures and sev.en others between 70 and SO. . Nighttime temperatures, 'which ordinarily drop to the 40s and 50s this time of year, have been in the 60s eight of the last 25 nights and in the 50s on 12 other nights. There have been numerous record-setting warm spells in April and May in the 90 years weather records have been kept. But most of them were no longer than four days long. There was 1946 -when it was above 80 from April 1-3; 1929 when it was above 80 April 4-7; 1930 when it was above 80 April 10-12; 1896 when it was above 80'April 15-18. In 1949, .it was 87 on May 3 and 90 each day for the next three days. This year, the average tempera ture at Indianapolis since April 21 has been 65.34 degrees. When you consider the 'normal for the entire month of April is 50.8 and normal for the month of May is 61.8, this is a uniquely warm average. Continuation of the present warmth over much of the-rest of May could well establish a record. The present record warm May was in 1896 when the average, temperature was 70.8 degrees. But nature has a way of balancing the weather, -and nobody knows" what "tomorrow" will bring. . Last year, for example, on May 27 the • temperature dipped to 31 degrees, one below freezing. It was the latest in the season that a temperature So low had been recorded since weather records began in 1871. Cunningham Named To DePauw Faculty Larry Lee 'Cunningham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Cunningham, route 2. Kewanna, will join the • faculty of DePauw university in September with the rank of instructor, according to Dean Robert Farber. A graduate of Grass Creek high school and Valparaiso university, he expects to receive- his M. A. degree in library science from Indiana university this summer. He will be an assistant reference librarian. HIH SCHOL Thursday Evening, May 17, 1961 Seek to Stop Narcotics Flow From Mexico WASHINGTON (UPD - Los Angeles, Calif., County Sheriff Peler J. Pilchess today told Congress that local authorities desperately need help in curbing a "never-ending stream" of illegal narcotics from Mexico to the United States. He recommended, that the United Slates "candidly inform" Mexico of the problem and then work with Mexican authorities to stamp it out, He iold the Senate.juvenile de- linquincy subcommittee'that the tates are "helpless" in this area. Beet Controls WASHINGTON (UPD — Agri culture Secretary Orville L. Freeman indicates that he probably von't have to impose acreage con- i-flls on sugar beet producers next ear. This forecast depends, however, on passage of the administralion's new sugar bill. \ Jerry Sw#ftfc JPewJJ&t/ey . ''Jfo&srt.farrett' Jerrg&birisen . <Sfar,i LUCERNE Photo by Burgman New Hospital Head Named at Rochester ROCHESTER - The Woodlawn Hospital Board has announced the appointment of Edward Kucinski, 46, of Akron, Ohio, as the new administrator replacing Miss. Bernice Rannells, who has headed the institution the past 13 years. Kucinski has been administrator since 1948 of the 5G-bed hospital at Lodi, Ohio. There were 34 other applicants for the job. Miss Rannells was released as of June 1, "for lack of cooperation with the board in attempting to work out personnel and administrative problems at the hospital and because of public pressure that a change be made." Kucinski, a native 'of Lorain, Ohio; has an extensive background in hospital work. He served wilh the Army Medical Corp, during World War II and is a graduate of the Gradwohl School of Medical Laboratory Technique at St. Louis. He and his wife are the parents of a son, 17, and a daughter, 12. NEW OFFICER Arley M. Risner, 30, Akron, has been employed on the Rochester police force as its newest patrolman. He received the appointment from Mayor Ray Myers, 'and succeeds William D. House, who resigned from the force. Risner is married and the father of two children. His wife, .Shirley Ann, is' a native of Akron. Police Chief John Hatch an- ounced that this is the first time n the history of the department lat it is possible to 7 have two fficers on duty at all times of ie day or night. Previously only ne man has been on duly dur- ng certain hours of the night, VISIT HOME The Rochester Lions Club and uesls, 40 some in number, visit- H! the Sangrajea Valley Boys al Dnward Tuesday.night. Following a chicken dinner ser- ed by Ihe boys at, the Home, Di- ector John Laymon spoke briefly f the Home, answered quoslions nd told of boys who had gone on rom the Home and their progress in the world. A non-profit organization, the iome was formed in, 1947 and is .censed by the Slate for its work. TAKE TRIP The Handicapped children's lass in special education were to ave a train ride Thursday af- ernoon, when 22 members trav- led by Erie-Lackawana railroad Hunlington, where they made' everal side sighlseeing trips. Mrs. James Farnsworlh, teach- r, said many of the children'had lever been on' a train. Miss' Es- Camden Town Property At PUBLIC AUCTION Saturday, May 19,1:00 p.m. 7-room modern home of the late Effie Guard, located downtown Camden on Road 218.- 4-rooms down, 3 up, open stairway, li/i bath, basement, new oil furnace, city water, large 82V4-165 lot. A beautiful home, full insulated, nice birch trees in back, many. evergreens in back and front. TERMS—20%'cash day of sale, - balance due when purchaser is furnished abstract of title certified up to date by a competent abstractor. SPECIAL-$5.00 cash award, to some person who registers and is present at close of sale. RINEHART Auction & Real Estate Co. FLORA: Phones 967-3911 or 967-3951.. MRS. MARY GUARD McBROOM, OWNEE AUCTION SALE We will sell : the following'items at .Weddington's Auction Roonv 116-12th St., Logansport. Ind., on FRIDAY, MAY 18th; at 7:00 p.m. Two piece living room suites; platform rockers, good; kneehole desk- 9 X 12 rug,' good; 9 x 11*11" rug, good-, smaller rugs, -good; Mahogany gate'leg table, large size and 4 chairs, extra good; 8 piece dining room suite,- good'; "5 piece chrome dinette, good; 5 piece maple dinette; 3 piece bedroom suite, good; single Hollywood'bed com plete good; table' lamps'; 'whatnot shelf;' TV 'snack tables; kitchen table porcelain top; gas stove; - card tables; 3 in 1 cultivator; hose reel; tub; wash bollerr wringer type washers; twin tubs, like new; small tools; portable ice chest; hall trees; lawn mower; desk lamp; music cabinet; step 'end- table; 1 blonde end • tables; down • comfort; small chest of drawers; Philco table model radio; stroller; childf rocker- folding gate; TV tables; washing machine cover with shelves luggage carrier; 16" boys bicycle; tires 7:50-14; room dividers beauty parlor reception-desk, good; M & W sweeper; garden hose small pedestal table, good; electric clocks; pillows; Universal porta ble sewing machine, good; transistor radio; pipe cutters; Sabre saw, good; W' heavy duty electric drill, good; records, some old charcoal broiler with brazier; dishes; curtains; pillow cases; sheets lunch cloths and many misc. items. ANTIQUES Chest of drawers; drop leaf'table; one drawer, table; walnu stand table; Belgium double barrel shotgun; 3 maple chairs; news papers 1895 to 1925. Terms—CASH Not responsible for accidents. Weddington & Weddington, Auct. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. Iher Thrush, also a teacher, and Mrs. Lowell Cann, assistant accompanied Mrs. Farnsworth and the children. CLUB MEETS Miss Mary Gould and Mrs. Harry McVay of' Rochester, entertained the Past Grand's Club of Kewanna, in the Kewanna home of Miss Gould Tuesday evening. A chicken-noodle dinner was served. Mrs. Amy Wilson offered thanks for the meal. A short business session was conducted by the president, Miss Gladus Wharton. Guests attending were Miss May Kern, Rochester, and Mrs. .Justin Sparks and Mrs. Oscar Enyeart of Kewanna. Cash Dividends WASHINGTON - The Commerce Department reported that cash dividend payments by corporations totaled $987.8 million in April compared with $914.1 million in April, 1961. Most industries showed gains. Cash dividends in the first four months were up 8 per cent'over the same period a year ago. Wheeler M. Bosh, New Waverly, Dies Wheeler M. Bosh, 77, of New Waverly, died at 4:30 a.m. Thursday at St. Joseph's hospital. He was a retired farmer. Born Feb. 9, 1885, in Twelve Mile, he was the son ( of Francis M. and Matilda McCla'in Bosh. His marriage was to Edna M. Britton, who survives. The deceased was a member of the New Waverly, EiU.B. church. Surviving with the widow are a son, Francis Marion, address unknown; a brother, Eugene, of Flint, Mich.;-and several Jiieces and nephews. Three sisters and two brothers preceded 'him in death. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Ihe New Waverly EUB church, the Rev. Russell Wilbur officiating. Burial will be in the Corinth cemetery. Friends may- call at the Fisher funeral home after 7 p.m. Thursday and 'at .the church one hour prior to services. Charge Motorist Hit Parked Auto Harold Wood, 69, of 1122 W Melbourne Ave., was charged with leaving the scene of a property damage accident after his car al legedly struck the parked I960 se dan of Miss Elsie Hahn of 311 W Linden Ave. Police said the accident happen ed at. 4:57 p.m. Wednesday while the Hahn car was parked in fron of the residence at 311 W. Linden Ave; Wood was later apprehended af ler Miss Hahn had given his li cense plale number to police. He said 'alarmng" there lias been among ju- eniles of the use of "dangerous drugs" that lead to addiction In heroin; He said these drugs are manufactured by American firms, sent just across the border to Mexico and then sold without-prescriptions to Americans. He also proposed that: legislation be passed to require hospitalization of drug addicts, since "the problem is medical rather than one of law enforcement." Other congressional news: Drugs — Sen. Esles Kefauver was the first wHmws before a House antitrust subcommittee hearing on a three-year limit OR drug patents. Kefauver is the au- Ihor of a similar bill which has run into trouble in Hie Senate Judiciary Committee. Peace Corps —Rep. Cornelius E. Gallagher, D-N. J., said thn implication in a letter from an ousted Peace Corps woman ih.it there-was "moral laxity" in iho peace corps was "grossly unfair." Mrs. Janie F. Fletcher, a 65 year-old widow who was dropped from the Peace Corps, asked Gallagher to investigate Ihe corps' Puerto Rico training camp. Public Auction Sale SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1962 Time: Afternoon sale starting at 1:00 p.m. Time: Evening Sale starting at 7:00 p.m. Place: 802 North Illinois Street, Monlicello, Ind. —Sale Held Inside Of Building— NEW HOUSEHOLD GOODS Living room suites; chairs; dinelle sets; metal cabinets; bed room suites; box springs;'mattresses; lamps, etc. NEW HARDWARE ITEMS CONSISTING OF: Coleman Camp tables and stools; knee high hunt boots; insulated hip boots; kerosene weed burners; minnow seins; double laundry tubs on stand; baby play pens, etc. New and Used Jewelry, Jewelry Store Fixtures and Displays 2 lighted inside or outside wall clocks; hand adding, machine; gold stamping machine; good typewriter;, diamond light; . counter lights; walch cleaning machine; Johnson floor waxer and polisher. TERMS-CASH. . ..or Financing Arranged on the Spot —Not responsible for accidents— ' Sale'conducted by Harrison Auction Service, Monlicello, Indiana, phone 583-3892 and 583-3891. Complete auction service for farm, household or business sales. Bob Harrison, Auctioneer "Member oT Slate and National Auctioneers Associations" Herb May and Bert Emond, Clerks PUBLIC AUCTION OF REAL ESTATE, HOUSEHOLD GOODS, CONTRACTOR'S EQUIPMENT As we are' moving out of state we will sell at public auction the allowing located on SW corner of Lincoln and Jackson Streets >dn Stale Road 18 at east edge of Galveston, on SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1962 SALE TO BEGIN AT 10:30 A. M. REAL ESTATE—Corner lot approximalely 75x150 ft., improved vilh 2-aparlment dwelling with 4 rooms, bath, and utility room down and 3 rooms with bath up, both have private outside entrances, built n cabinels in both apartments, insulated siding, -garage and shop on rear -of lot. Both apartments presently rented and occupied. 'Sold subject to spring -taxes due and payable in the spring of 1003 and hereafter! • Possession at time of final settlement subject to present .enanls rights. Terms ?500 down day of sale; balance oh or before JO days from dale of sale, on delivery of merchantable title, Present oan or approximately $4,000 may be assumed if desired! Owner reserves right 16 .accept or reject all bids; however, we aim to close sale on above dale. For further; informalion conlact auctioneer, ROY L. GRUME, KOKOMO PHONE GL-2-847B or GL-2-6619. f TRUCK—1959 Va-ton Dodge pickup truck in good condition. EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIEJS-6" table saw; 4 i'/a-h.p: electric motors; 32"x60" wooden office desk and chair; Warm Morning shop stove; Black & Decker 6'/ 2 " electric.hand saw;, levels; '%-lon electric chain hoist; small l : drawer file cabinet; work lables; . 2 hot-tar kettles; rubber tired wheel barrow; new 20-lb, dry .chemical fire extinguisher; drafting stand; good/Burroughs 8-:Column adding machine; .Paymaster check protector; odds and .ends, of brick, Bedford stone and tile; 8 sq. green .asbestos siding; window frames; new doors; 1 sq. light green aluminum, siding; 10 rolls.roofing; asbestos cutter; 2 iron porch posts; 2.small miter,saws', oil.space heater; lot of odd asphalt shingle roofing; 20 gal.-aluminum roof coating; electric office clock; flooring tile;"ceramic tile; guttering and down spouts; 38 and 40 ft. extension ladders; roof ladder; , ladder jacks; some No. 12 electric wiring; lot of used lumber; pipe fittings and many other articles. HOUSEHOLD GOODS—Upright piano; good fireside chair; 2-pc. living room suite; tilt back chair; .end tables; floor and table lamps; 12x18 wool oval nig; Sunburst electric clock; 8'/4xJiV4 rug; wooden coffee table, 6 ft. long; small drum table;.odd books; walnut-oval glass china closet;;, gas : range; chrome dinette set;' electric refrigerator; maple^bunk beds complete; child's record player; 2 child's desks; 2 old dressers; Hollywood bed; double bed,.springs and,mattress; square dining table and 4 chairs; open, book '.shelf; antique walnut wardrobe; open book shelf cabinet; RCA table.model record player; new pull-down dining room lamp; kneehole desk and chair; 4 folding chairs; picnic table;'. 2 aluminum lawn chairs; yard swing; rotary lawn mower; 3 girls' bicycles, 20", 24", 26"; children's toys; Fryrite deep fryer; Wishes; cooking utensils, and other, articles. TERMS on personal property cash. No'property'[to be removed until settled .for. Not responsible in case of accidents. 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