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Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, May 17, 1962
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Thursday Evening, May 17, 1982 Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Twenty-thrw Still Hopes for 'Laos Cease-Fire VIENTIANE, Laos (UPI) — Prince Boun Oum, premier of the royal Laotian government, was due back from Nationalist China today to prepare for ..another attempt -at reconciliation with 'his rival neutralist and pro-Communist princes. • Reported agreement of the three factions to reopen negotia.- lions on a coalition government stirred some hope that the civil strife would be eased. But the optimism was tempered by a rebel refusal to give up the .city of Nam Tha, captured from government forces last week'. CRASHES INTO WALL INDIANAPOLIS OUPD—Veteran driver Bill Cheesbourg of Tucson, Ariz., escaped injury,today when a car he was test-driving at the Indianapolis Speedway crashed into a retaining wall. Shop at CANTER'S : or New or Used Cars We have a large selection to choose from, all at bargain prices. 1962 FORD Galaxie. Save $550 on this one. 1962 FORD .FALCON, 4 door. 1962 PONTIAC 2 door hardtop. Save $800 on this one.' 1962 BUICK, a real dollar saver. 1962 OLDSMOBILE, many extras. Priced to sell. Drive out sec what the low overhead saves for you. Large selection of good Used Cars to choose from.... 1961 OLDSMOBILE, with air- conditioning, full power. 1961 F-85 OLDSMOBILE. 1960 VALIANT. 1960 TAUNUS. SPECIAL 1959 HILLMAN Husky Wagon , $595 CANTER 55AELR v,« 26th Ph. 5587 Harldn Jackson, 70, Succumbs in Peru; Final Rites Saturday PERU — Harlan Jackson, 70, of 500 N. Water St., died at 5 p.m.' Wednesday at the Pleasant,View Nursing Home following an, illness of 6% years. He had been a resident of Peru 50 years and was a retired manager of the DX-Sun Ray Oil Company. Born in Gaston, IncL on Dec. 21,. 1891, he was the son -of Lone and Rosefta Brimhall Jackson. His marriage was to Louella lander- walker and she died in 1961. . He was a member of the Church of the Brethren. Survivors include six daughters, Mrs.' Steven Enyeart and, Mrs. Betty Brough, both of Peruf-Mrs. Burnell Shank, rural route 4, Peru; Miss Cophine Jackson^ Battle Creek, Mich.; "Mrs. Howard .Morrison, Winamac and Mrs.- William Darner, Danville, 111.;' a son, R. W., of Peru; four brothers, Thurl, Yorktown; Jay and Ferrell, both of Gaston, and Charles, South Bend; three sisters, Mrs. Mary Chilton and Miss Marie Jackson, both of Muncie and Mrs.' Herbert Melvin, Gaston; ten grandchildren and eight .great-great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held al I 1 p.m. Saturday at the Drake- Flowers funeral home with Rev. Carl .fihowalter officiating. Burial will ,be in the Thompson cemetery at Gaston. Friends may call at'the funeral home after 10 a.m. Friday. WALTON LITERARY CLUB Summer flowers decorated the entertaining rooms at the-home o Mrs. Clint Henry Tuesday when the Walton Literary club con vened "for. the final session, with a .one o'clock luncheon being fea tured. Mrs. H. C. Denislon offered grace prior to the luncheon whicl was followed with an afternoon session conducted by Mrs, J. E Evans, president. Mrs. R. M. Kaiser led in th< club song and the salutes to th flags were led by Mrs. W. H Kaufman "and Mrs. Lester .Garber The new program books wer distributed. "Is Blindness a Han dicap?" was the topic oE'am ad dress given by Mrs. Mildred Mil" er, who has been blind for severa years. Mrs. Earl Paige, music chair man, introduced Mrs. Dale Win ters, who sang a solo. Specia guests were Mrs. Ed Letillier 'Mrs. Mildred Moss and Mrs. Mi ler. The hostess was assisted b Mrs. Ada Bowyer and Mrs. Alic Deniston. Mosquito War Opens City employees have been spray- ng various areas in the city dur- ng the past two. evenings and the vork of mosquito elimination will ontinue throughout the summer^ ccording to Mayor Otto Neumann. The spray used in the campaign ill kill the pests on 'contact but s not harmful to humans. Areas' on the southside were prayed Tuesday'evening, and the orthwest part of the city was prayed Wednesday evening. BECAUSE THE color of the mist is similar to smoke,, two fire alarms were, sent in by citizens who thought they had spotted ires, . ' In addition to the spray that is )eing used,' pellets jare,available at the city health office without cost for throwing into bodies of water serving as breeding spots or mosquitoes. Residents were asked again Thursday to empty any container iclding water, such as cans, bot- les and the like, thus eliminating possible breeding grounds. GENERAL SAVINGS TOP BRASS QUALITY AT PRICES TO PLEASE A PRIVATE 1O/.1 /*UIT\f D'HII CT Impala 4 door hardtop, white wilh I 70 I WnE V IIU'LC I f awn trim, V-8, radio, heater, power steering, brakes, turboglido, white tires. 1 OAft rHf\fJK\l FT B *' A ' r 2 t '° Cr >ec ' an ' * cylinder, I 70U VllC VI\wl»C I power glide, power steering 'and brakes, radio, padded dash, tinted glass, white lidewalls, blqck, 14,000 miles. 1 O10 FfilJI'n Ffirlano 4 door V-8, Fordornatic, radio, healer, t*Jf I will/ 2 lone white ond yellow. 1957 CHEVROLET, 2 : od ,lt:,er. cy '- ' glide, radio, heater, new paint, 2 tona grean. T9 :I JA ftHFVRWET Bfll Air 4 door ' 6 cyl " p° wer 9 llde ' I7JU VnCWlWLtl rae j| 0 , heator, white tires, turquoise and white. SEVERAL CHEAP CARS TO CHOOSE FROM TRUCKS V/a ton cab and chassis, 6 cylinder, good rubbor, heat* 1959 CHEVROlfT er, oil filler. 1959 CHEVROLET J ton pickop " Heat " and oil filter, 1 owner, low mileage. •y/i yard dump body. 2 speed axle, 900x20 tires. 1 OCQ I 7JO 1957 INTERMATIONAl tel; panel radio 1957 INTERN ATIONA1 Du yard dump bodies, 900x2.0 tires, 2 speed oxle. 1OC1 I7JI F-600'« cylinder, 2 speed axlo, ' 825x20 tires. DILLMANS CHEVROLET Clymeri, Ind. Ph. 40123 Mrs. Lulu P. Hege,80, Native erf Logansport, Dies in South Bend SOUTH BEND — Mrs. Lulu P, Hege, 80, of 822 Lincoln Way East, widow of William G. Hege, diet at 7:40 p.m. Wednesday at'the iliver Park Nursing Home in South Bend following a lingering jiness. Born in Logansport on Jan. 14 1882; she. was the daughter ol James M. and Mary Rodefer Stan ley. Her father was a former Sheriff of Cass county. .' Her marriage on Aug. 15, 190f Was lo William Hege ancl he died Feb. 8,- 1961. Mr. and Mrs. Hege moved t South Bend 55 years ago. She wa a member of .the First Christian church in South Bend. Survivors include a nephew Tone Bestervelt, of Kalamazoi and a' grand-niece, Miss Gear Bestervelt, Detroit. Funeral services will be held a 3 p.rri; Saturday at the Forest G Hay funeral home, 1201 S. Michi gan Ave., South Bend, with Rev Daniel C. Keehel officiating. Bun al will be in Highland cemetery. Friends may call at the funera home after 7 p.m. Thursday. Time for Renewal Of City Licenses Plumbers, electricians and sew er diggers must renew their cit licenses no later than May 3: according lo John Anderson building commissioner. The renewals will be good fo one year and 72 men arc affectec by the ordinance. Applications are 'available the commissioner's office. Citizens Council Plans Program A. series of public' meetingij ext fall to acquaint .the public, ith 'school problems generally nd school reorganization specifi} ally is being; contemplated by members of, the Logansport ,Citi- ens' Council for Public Schools, At the council's fourth quarter: y meeting Tuesday: night,'com- littee reports 1 and studies conducted during the past year were resented and' officers for the oming year were elected. Dr. Camille Parker," retiring ^resident, suggested in her rei- x>rt that ;ja series of talks' by )oth local- ami out-of-town edii- ators could be; conducted to stira ulate residents;', interest in the city's .schools.. •' . ' THE PROGRAM 'would be in ne with the, council's goal of working for 'better schools aritl >ecoming better informed to act ritelligently on issues as they arise". Dr. Parker said a series of alks next fall "on the proposed chool reorganization plan would be valuable to the public in that a vote on the issue is expected in November. ' The curriculm 'committee r«- x>rt as prepa:red by Mrs. ,J.T. lillis, chairman, included as a suggestion for next year a continued drive to " offer foreigyi anguages in the, ninth grade Other suggested studies included observation'of the results of air jorhe television,' a comparison in the curriculum with other citiis of comparable size and coord inaGon between city cities 10 nation between city schools in curriculum. . AlWONG the acco'mplishmenl isted in the curriculum cbmmil tee's report for the past year wa a broadcast taped by member entitled "Better Schools Throu|;I Better Understanding of the en tire Community". The curriculum recommends by the committee for use in loca junior high schools is presentlj being used with the exception the foreign language recommenda tion. The finan.ce committee, head«c by Kenneth Kahle, reported this had studied the local budget, tlti foundation program, the del) status in Logansport schools am the cumulative building fund meetings with' school officials a:n private research. FOLLOWING the study, a tal on school finances was given !b committee members to a mee ing of the League of Wome Voters. The building committee, headet by G. W. Wolf Jr., has market the following items for study i the coming year: 1) Check maintenance bud{[e or adequate appropriations to eep, physical plant in necessary epair and check schools for need•d, repair?. 2); Effect of county reorganiza- on as to useage'of buildings and jersonnel. 3) : Building status of new junior igh| schools and a review of tent- tiv<| plans. 4) Lunch room availability at rad'e school level and utilization f existing grade school facilities WILLIAM WILSON, chairman f the school board committee, re- orted the committee has pre- areid a list of prospective school oaird appointees. The list will be maintained for possible use in porisoring candidates" in a future lection of school board members. Mrs. Richard Glendenning, hairman of the membership committee, reported the committee las supported the policy of seek ng interested citizens of variec tacfcgrounds to make the counci' is representative of the commun :y us possible. New officers elected for 'the oming year are G. W. Woif Jr. ; resident; Kenneth Kahle, vice President; Dr. Camille Parker ecretary; and Ferd Bergman treasurer. PTA At McKinley Holds Installation The McKinley school- PTA in stalled' now officers during th final meeting of the year Tuesda; evening at the school. The Girl Scout troop 117 led i the flag ceremony and Margare VanVleet, president, opened th session: The program featured selection by the combined McKinley an Columbia schools orchestra unde the direction of Joseph Huffma and Dan Mordenti and songa pre sented by 'the McKinley choir let by Mrs. Geraldine Runyon. The secretary-treasurer reporl were approved as read by Grac Gentile and Mrs. Layman. An noimce'ment was made of th school picnic on June 4 at 11:3 a.m. All pro-school children a tending are to be 'accompanied b their parents. Mrs,. Gibson and Mrs. Loe wer apjjointed on the 'auditing commi tee : , followed with the installatio of officers conducted by Mr Ray Speilel, Council presiden The new officers are: presiden Mfirgaret VanVleet; vice-pres dent, Jean - Chambers; 'secon vicie-pi'esident, June Go/e; seer taiiy, Martha Alder; 'and treasu er,, Grace Gentile. •' The 'fifth' grade won the roo: count award and refreshmeh were served by the mothers thcs first and second grades. I- Vehicles Damaged in Accidents Four motor vehicles were dani- ;ed extensively, one destroyed, a series of three traffic ai:ci- ents investigated 'by county and ate authorities Tuesday, 'W'ed- esday and Thursday. ' A three-quarter ton truck driven y James.Bpe, 26,"of rural .route Walton, and a 1959 sedan driven y William. Beatty, 29, of Ko'ko- mo, collided-on U. S. 35 at the ntrance of the driveway leading the Lincoln elevator at 7': 30 .m. Tuesday. State Trooper John Gaylor s:aid he accident occurred as Beatty ttempted to pass, the , truck as oe started to turn into the eltiva- or. Both vehicles were going outh at the time of the accident, "here were no injuries and no ar- esls. AT 9 P.M. WEDNESDAY a 1961 edan driven by Robert Byrd, 23 f .Detroit, went out of control on Id Indiana 218 southeast of Wai on, skidded 150 feet and landec n its top at the bottom of ai 12 oot ditch. Byrd was driving south on the oad at the time of the acciden nd was attempting to turn a urve. 'He was.not injured. Damage was estimated at $501 yy Sheriff Bernard Leavitt anc )eputy Robert Sabatini. AT 4:3ft A.M. THURSDAY, tin 952 sedan of George Combs, 22 DC rural route" 6, city, was de clared a total loss after the steer ng apparatus locked, causing th vehicle to swerve across the ol Kokomo pike and turn complete!; over. The accident occurred one-hal mile south of the city limits Combs-was uninjured. Investigating officer was 'Dep uty Robert Sabatini. GRUSENMEYER'S GOT'EM! Come in and feast your eyes on these beau ties! On our lot at 615 HIGH STREET ICQ JUI/* A Roadster a dandy little sparls 'Cf* PI V'WIAI 1TH 4 tloor ' Be ' v JO mV!A cor wti h plenty <'l QQ R «»Vlf I H er ,, MrinB , of get up and go. , T ' W7J power brokes, push button drive -4 door Belvedere, pow- Fairlan« 500 6 cyl., Fordomaliq, 3 4 -door sedan, ^OlJl C :|>7*lj »"• • 87 ° 4 dcor hardtop Her.'« a nice '53 RAMMER CA ±; ! Ambassador V8, Cron.' Storchief 4 door hardtop, Station Wagon. and really iharp, , door Chie f ,a,n, b,,, '**> 'TOWTIAC ^Jffi $495 58 i win in w and wh | to finish, real sharp, ' T • — — — /r.p [nALITI A f 1 door iiardlops ilfr-OOiC '57 MERCURY pasienger. Nice. 4 0dB "; glide/Only top , power . 7 55 rl. hard- /'5'C : n 'Z" dan $395 door ' 6 cyl ''' GRUSENMEYER PONTIAC 116 S. 6th St. Phone 3693 Deaths and Funerals City, Cass County BUCHER, ARTHUR H., 51), Walton. Funeral services at 2:3 p.m. Saturday, Wolf funeral home Walton. Burial in Sprin{[dal cemetery, Bunker Hill. .Call a the 1 funeral home after 7 p.rri Thursday,- COMMUNITY BRIEFS Around Town Hospital Notes MEMORIAL - Admitted: Mrs. eanne Fairman, 524' East Ross- awn Dr.; Mrs. Elizabeth Clos- on, 1216 High ; St.; Mrs. Divolla mith, Twelve Mile; Harold Fisli- r, 143% Michigan Ave; Arthur Bucher, Walton: 'Miss Priscillia Vhybrew, Winamac. Dismissed: Mrs. Teressa Brown, Winamaii; Miss Lena Finton, Lucerne; Mrs. ilma Haines, Burnettsville; Gillert Hughes, Monticello; Miiss Debra Powell, 401 Howard St.; ames Smith, 2307 High St.; ames Townsend, Walton; Baby Joy Wireman, Royal Center; Mrs. Mary 'Wootten, 421 Cliff Dr. ST. JOSEPH - Admitted: Baby John Muckerifuss, 909 iR'ace Sf;.; Lee Hall, Star'City; Frank Scheifer, rural route 3, Winamac; Miss Debra Cart, rural route 1, Willon. Dismissed: Master William loberls', Delphi; Baby Robert Srewer, 614 Reynolds St.; Mrs. Har'garet Easton, Bunker Hill; Master Michael Hosier, Walton; Urs. Tommy Goble and son, Winamac; Mrs. Robert Poor anc son, Winamac; Mrs,- Herbert Beck and daughter, Burnettsvitte, ' Bunker Hill Hospital Notes Admitted: Airman 2C Richard Singer, S.Sgt. Vermin Powcill Richard Thomas, Ray Newlon Mrs. Elsie Kitchens and Mrs Beulah Roper. Dismissed: Airman Basic Crai; Starrett, Justina Van Meter, Mrs Delia Robinson, Mrs. Ida John son, Mrs. Laurie Shipley anc son, Williams, Mrs. Carol Seddig and son, Stephens, Steven Zim merman, Mrs. Linda Thurman and son, Tony, and Hope an Faith Causey. Births: A daughter was bcirr to Airman 2C and Mrs. Philli Wade. ROCHES'TER* Admissions to Woodlawn hospi tal: Bloice Reynolds, Macy HOWE, MRS. JOSEPHINE, 7 Masonic. Home, Franklin. Final riles at' 10 a.m. Friday, Fisher funeral home. Burial in Mt. Hope cemetery. Friends miry call at the. funeral home. White Shrine services there at 7 p.m. Thursday and OES services at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, , District BOSH, WHEELER M., 77, New Waverly. Final rites at 2 p.m. Saturday, New Waverly EUB church. Burial in Corinth cemetery. ?riend,s may call at the Fisher imeral home after 7 p.m. Thursday and at the church one hour prior to services. George Wilson Ludwig, R.R. 6 Rochester. Dismissals: Mrs. Melvin Cling ler, R.R. 4; Rochester; Charle Wiles, Peru, Ervin J. Sanders R.R.-l, .Rochester; Chrisliia Greer, Kewanna. Cleo Drudge has been admitte to Mayo Clinic for observation and surgery. His condition is re >orted as satisfactory. His ad- iress is Campbell Hotel, Room 310. MONTICIELlb GARNETT, MRS. CARRIE, 91, of 64 N. Smith St., Peru. Funeral services at 2:30 p.m. Friday, Ei- kenbetry funeral home, Peru. Rites at 2 p.m. Sunday al; the New Liberty Baptist church, Owenton, Ky. Call at the Eikenberry funeral home Friday. after 10:30 a.m. GINTHER, MRS. FRANCES, 54, of Peru. Funeral services al: 2:30 p.m..Saturday, Drake-Flowers funeral home, Peru. Burial in Mt. Hope cemetery;' Call , at the fu ncral home after 2 p.m. Friday. HEGE, MRS. LULU P.. of South Bend. Funeral -services al 3 p.m. Saturday, Forest G\ Hay funeral home, South Bend. Burial in Highland cemetery. Call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Thurs day. HKON, RAY "M., (12, of rural route 1, Monticello. Funeral: services at 1 p.m.,SatuiVlay, Shirley Brothers . funeral home irt Indianapolis. Burial in Washington Park cemetery at Indianapolis. Call at the Aufenberg and White funeral home in Monticello: and at the Shirley Brothers funeral home after 2 p.m. Friday. JACKSON, HARLAN, 70, of 500 N. Water St., Peru. Funeral riles at 1 p.m. .Saturday, Drake-Flowers funeral home, Peru. Burial in Thompson cemetery at Gaston, Ind. Call at the funeral home at- ler 10 a.m. Friday. MLECKKO, JOHN, 77, of ;Mon terey. Funeral services at-10 a.m Saturday, St. Ann's church, :Mon terey. Burial in St. A.n'ne's ceme tery. Call at the Kennedy 1 anc Braman funeral homo. PETERSON, JUSTICE J., 74, o rural .route 1, Monterey. Funera rites-at,2 p.m. Fridaj', St. Luke's Lutheran church, Winamac. Bur ial in Crown Hill cemetery.: Cal at the Fry and Lange ftinera home in Winamac and at the church one hour prior to rites.. WAGONER, JAMES S., of 56 West Third St., Peru. Funeral ser vices- at 1:30 p.m. Friday. B|rake •Flowers funeral home, Peru.! Bur ial in Plaiiiview cemtiteryy Ijlacy Call at the funeral home, i ;ity Court F,i>ur teen age drivers' lost their censes foir a thirty day period chen they appeared in city court Wednesday night for traffic vio- iti'ons. They were Martin .Parme- cr,:17, of 1317 North St., speed- ig;: Penny Hunter, 16, of 1554- 'leasant Hill St., speeding; Melin Belcher, 18, of 605 Washington t., running a traffic light; and lotert McBride, 17, of 1818 Miles t., speeding. v Wayne Hawkins, 30, of Michigan 3lji, was fined $100 and costs and iis driver's; license was suspended 31- two years for driving under ie influence. Drivers' who paid $5 and costs or speeding were Ermine Dowell, 7, rural route 4; Donald! Panko, 1, of Lafayette; Carolyn Walker, 0, of rural route 2. Gary Settle- rnyre, 18, of 1421 Liberty St., was inod $15 and cnsls for speeding.- Robert Crawford 21, of 2614 Emmen Drive, paid $40 and costs for ipesding and was found not guil- y of reddess driving charges; lolierla Crane, 25, of Bunker Hill wail fined ?1 and costs for driv- ng with an expired license and ferry Hedrick paid $5 and costs "or passing on the right. i Assault and battery charges against Kenneth Keefcr, 36, of • ural route 2 and Jack Kelleri- jurger, 2il, of 313 N. Hillcrest Drive, were dismissed. '. Cass County Barracks 1.400, Vei- ernns of World War I. will meat, in Memorial home at 8 p.rri,. Monday. All veterans are invited to attend. " Dean Arven, Cass County Service Officer, attended a State Service Officer convention in In- dinnapolis this week at the Washington Hotel. The program included speeches by slate and national officers and prominent doctors. The officers toured the' Tenth Street Veterans Hospital and the Tuberculosis Hcspital. 'William A. Rogers was recently initiated'into the Purdue University Chapter of Phi Eta Sigma, honorary scholastic fraternity for miin. Hogers, a sophomore in the School of Civil, Engineering, is llv> son of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Rogers, 1301 Miles Streel. Theft of four hub caps valued at $35 was reported to police Vednesday by ,1. J. Brenner. 1445 Srie Ave. He said the caps were 'aken from his 1958 sedan while t was parked at the rear of his residence sometime between '6 Births: Wednesday—A son \vas orn to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred .Vood, route 4, Delphi; a son to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Minicr, 410 1 West Washington Street; a daugh- .er to Mr. and Mrs. Eiwciod Wil- 1s, Francesville. Dismissals: Wednesday —'Mrs. Marie Risko, rural route 2. • -• —* Building Permits Mrs. 0. W. Macy, roof rcpiiirs at 2415, Broadway,- $150. *-•-• Open House will be held at the new Post Office at Burlington, indiana on May 27, 2 to 4 p.m. The public is 'cordially invited, to attend. Mrs. Carrie Gamett Succumbs in Peru PERU — Mrs. Carrie Garnett, 91, of 64 N. Smith St., died at Dukes hospital at 7 p.m. Wednesday following an illness of' seven weeks. , Born,July 5, 1870 in Sparta, Ky., she Was the daughter of Thomas and Georgia Ann Carroll"Castal- man'. Her marriage in 1893 was to William Garnett an,d he died'in 1943. She was a fifty-year member of the New Liberty Baptist church in Owenton, Ky. and she attended Ihe Mt. Herman Baptist church. She had lived in Peru 19 years. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. William Johnson ;and Mrs. Walter Alexander, both. of Peru; two sons, Claude, Cincin- nati.and Willie, New Liberty, Ky.; fourteen grandchildren and ! 1) great-grandchildren, Funeral services will be helc at 2:30 p.m! Friday at the Eileen- berry funeral home in Peru.. The body will be taken to the Kcimp- er-Orr funeral home in Owenton Ky., and final rites will be helc at the New Lil>erly Baptist church at 2 p.m. Sunday. Friends may call at the Eikenberry funeral home after 10:31 a.m. Friday until lime of ritcis. a.m. and 2 a.Vn. Wednesday.' Marriage Licenses Paul Washbirn, ,72, ol rural •f-ute 4, city, and Bernice Shadd,, 3i of 2311 NorUi St. Monroe Hunt, 22, of 921 Helm St., 2nd Carol Lee Aull. IB, <j{ 1329 Wright St. Set Final Flites For John Mleczko, Monterey Resident ; . WINAMAC— Funeral scrviects will be held at 10. a.m. Saturday al: St. Ann's church in Monterey Tcr John Mleczko, 77, of Monterey. Rav. Father Edward M.-itus/.ak will officiate and burial will be ir St. Ann's cemetery. Mleczko died at 4 p.m. Wednesday at his home southwest of Monterey -following a lingering illness. He was born in Lithuania on June 22, 1884 and had resided in the Monterey community 2(1 years. His marriage! was on June 22. 11108. His wife, Angelina, survives with four children: Edward, ;tt home; Mrs. Mae Bui'man. Rochester; Mrs, Phyllis C/.;irnecki, La ' Crosise;. Mrs. Alice Moore, Walkerton. Other survivors are. 12 grandchildren;' three greatgrand- children; onc ( brolher, Stanley, Peabody, Mass. Friends may call at the Kcn- mtdy and Braman funeral home iri- Winamac. The Rosary will bo ntcited at 8:30 p.m. Friday at Ihe funeral home. Exemptions 'Approximately 4,175 mortgage exemptions'were filed in Cass county'between March 1 and May 71 1962, according to county Audi- tiff Raymond Beckley. , This is 256 more than were filed during the name period in 11M1 Beckley said. The. mortgage exemptions wc>:e for amounts less than $1,00(1.. Dev^ey Schmidt I wish to thanlk the voters for their loyal support in the May 8th Primary. LIONEL (SHORTY) DAVIS

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