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Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, May 25, 1962
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Friday Evening, May 25, 19G2. Dee Wai lace, 64, Peru, Succumbs BQCHESTER-'Dee C, Wallace, 64, of Peru, died at 4:15 a.m. Friday at the St. Joseph's hospital, Kokomo. He had 'been ill six months. A native of Rochester, he had lived here most of his life. For the past five yeans he had been employed as a grocer in Peru. Born Feb. 10, 1898, he was the eon of David and Rebecca Conger Wallace. His marriage was on July 18, 1920, in Rochester, to Lucille Kilmer, who survives. Also suvivinn are a son, Harold, of -South Bend; a daughter, Virginia Burch, Monticello; two grandchildren; and a sister, Mrs. Lulu CoAett, of Hammond. One sister preceded him in death. The deceased was a member of the Christian church in Peru. Final rites will be at 2 p.m. Monday at the Foster and Good funeral home, Rochester, with the Rev. J. I. Buckley officiating. Burial will be in the Rochester IOOF cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 4 p.m. Sunday. Memorial Rites Set in Walton Memorial services in Walton will be held Sunday, June 3, at 2 p.m. in the cemetery. Guest speaker will be Rev. Loren Gisselbeck, pastor of the Walton Methodist church, and the high school music. Participating band furnish in . the program wijl be the American Legion Auxiliary, War Mothers, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and Cub Scouts. Accident Victim's Condition Critical Mrs. Barbara Helm, 19, of Wai- Children Join Park Cleanup At least 15 children on Seventeenth and Eighteenth Streets who live in the block next to Eel River, have joined in Loganspori's "Clean-up, Paint-up, Fix-up" program. The children who have volunteered to clean-up and fix-up a small playground at the foot of Eighteenth Street, will be asked (o donate one flower each, and plant it in a special new flower bed built by city park employes Thursday. SUPERVISING the work will be Mrs. W. E. Planck, of 1714 High St., block captain, assisted by Mrs. Glen Hosier, 77 Eighteenth St., and Mrs, David Dunwoody, of 72 Seventeenth St. The children carried rocks from the river for the construction of the 10 x 20 foot flower bed, as park employes mowed the small area and constructed a new backstop for the baseball field, They will' be permitted to plant any flower of their choice, but will be asked to plant something that will bloom this year, including petunias, geraniums and zinnias. Mrs. Ruth Carr, 71, Dies in Plymouth ARGOS — Mrs. Ruth Carr, 71, of Argos, widow of Ray Carr, died at 5:45 p.m. Thursday at the Plymouth hospital. Born in Athens, Ind. on Dee. 215 1890, she was the daughter of Samuel and Martha F. Stinson Dawson. Her marriage was to Ray Carr and he died in 1950. Survivors include two sons Samuel, Plymouth and Harry, Argos; two daughters, Mrs. Irene Myers, Argos and Mrs. Helen Siemens, Bourbon; several grand children; three brothers, Frank FARM VOTE DUE IN SENATE WASHINGTON (UBI) — The Senate moved toward a final vote oday on the administration larm rogram after endorsing Presi- .etit Kennedy's plan to cut agri- ultural surpluses through stiff woduction controls. The Senate Thursday approved he administration plan for con- rols on production of wheat, and eed, grains as amendments to an jmnibus farm bill. Both amendments were considered the heart of the'farm bill, 'hey would give , farmers the hoice between accepting Irigid controls with high price supfiorts, no controls with supports reduced to low levels. Bolih plans would exempt winall turners. In addition, the feed ;rain program would include au- ihority to exempt deficit produc- ng areas like the South and Northeast. ton, remained in critical condition D awsun> Akron; S. D. Dawson in Robert Long hospital, Indiana- -....-.. . . polls, Friday. She was removed Thursday from Memorial hospital, where she had been taken following an accident near Walton that destroyed the 1962 sedan she was driving. She suffered severe chest injuries in addition to cuts and bruises over her body. Her one- month-old son, David, who was with her, was injured slightly. 420 Sixteenth St., Logansport anc J. P. Dawson, 3030 Woodland Dr. Logansport; a sister, Mrs. Glady Chambers, Corvallis, Ore. and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held a 2 p.m. Sunday at the Grossmar funeral home in Argos. Buria will- be in the Rochester IOOF cemetery. Friends may call at the funera home after 7 p.m. Friday. The Big Question: Murder Or Suicide Enter Pleas Of Innocent Fred Hardwick, 32 and Herbert Adkins, 25, both of' Niles, Ohio, pleaded not guilty when they were arraigned Friday morning in, federal court at Soulh Bend in connection, with the burglary of the Royal Center post office on March 15. Approximately $200 in cash was taken from a safe in the post office. Hardwick Was arrested in a LaPorte drug store later the same night as he attempted to flee from the place during a burglary. Adkins surrended to police at LaPorte two weeks later. Both men also have been charged with burglarizing the drug store. All 'Reconditioned and'Ready For That Vacation Trip! TOil rUr\AD<nHCT Impala -t door hardlop, white wilh 1701 VnEVKULCI fawn trim, V-8, radio, heater, power steering, brakes, turboglide, while Mres. 1 YYi 1 ID'rtlklTIIA if Tempest 4 door sodan, hydramatic, I 70 I rUN'IIAA. beige finish. 1OLf\ /UI'ClfiDlAII lET Biscayne 4 door sedan, poworglide I VoU i'ntVKUltl rodio , and hl)0t ,, r . 1QCQ CfYDTl f clirlan<l 4 door V-8, Fordomatic, radio, heater, I 737 rVmU 2 tone while and yellow. 1QC/L f> LICA/'Pft'I CT 4 door station wagon, 6 cyl., power I 7 JU VnCVKULEI glide, ,ad\o, heater, new paint, 2 tone greon. - - incf rHFVPfll'FT Bal Air 4 door ' * cyl " p° wer 9 |itl8 ' * * ~™ VflC VKV/LCI ra dio, heater, white tires, turquoise and white. Mrs. Lillian O'Connell Dies; Rites Sunday MONTICELLO — Mrs. Lillian O'Connell, 81, of 1 Kast Pierce St., died at the White County Memorial hospital at 2:30 a.m Friday following an illness ot three weeks. Born April 8, 1881 in Sheldon, 111., she was (he daughler of Samuel and Sarah Royer Thompson Her marriage on June 12, 1909 was to Henry O'Connell. She was a member of the Monticello Christian church, CWF group, Order of Eastern Star, Social Club and the Women's Benefit Association. Survivors include her husband and one daughter, Miss Merle O'Connell, at home. Funeral services will be hulcl al 3:30 p.m. Sunday at the- Millei funeral home in Monlicello wilh Rev. Paul Killey officiating. Burial will be in Riverview cemetery Friends may call at the funera, home after noon Saturday. FRANKLIN, Tex. (UPD—Texas' Rangers and local law .enforcement officers searched today for the person who may have killed the man who was investigating Billie Sol Estes. There may be no such person. A medical examiner's report said that Henry H. Marshall, who Was looking into Estes' cotton allotment deals, proba'bly was murdered. Biit the report left open a slight possibilty that Marshall committed suicide. If he did, no man ever worked so hard to destroy himself. State officials investigating Marshall's death were 'unhappy .oday because Hie Department of Agriculture and the Justice Department refused to turn over a complete copy of a 175-page report entitled "Billie Sol Estes." The Justice Department said rartions o£; the report dealing solely wiith Marshall could 'be Lurned over, but not the complete report. "This jury (the grand jury investigating Marshall's death) would prefer to see the whole file and make ils own decision as to what is .material'to this investigation," state Ally. Gen. Will Wilson said. The story df the collapse oD Boles' multi-million dollar business empire still is unfolding, 'but it is going to be difficult lo match the story of the strange death of Marshall. He was the U.S. Agriculture Department employe who was found dead on his ranch near Frsnklin last June. He had lieen shot five limes with a 22-caliber bolt-action rifle. Local authorities conducted a hasty investigation — no attempt was made to get fingerprints ofl (he rifle — and Marshall's death was pronounced a suicide. Probe Results Revealed When what Estes called his "house of cards" collapsed, peo pie began thinking about Marshall. Members of Ms" family, con vinced he had been murdered, de. manded a new investigation, Thursday the results of that itv vestigation were made public. Dr Joseph Jaohimczyk,' medical ex airliner and a noted pathologist found after conducting an autopsy o'n the disinterred body: —According to the medical ant chemical probabilities, it was t homicde, but he did not rule ou the possiblity that it was a sui ing that the rifle was held close to Marshall. —The blood carried an estimated 30' per cent of carbon monoxide. Between 35 ^and 40 per-cent is lethal. . —Marshall suffered a blow on the left side of his head"of: sufficient force to incapacitate him. There was a cut over his left eye. Family Raps Report Members of Marshaltfs familj were incensed when Thursday's medical report left the door open lo suicide. Their question was how could a .an shoot himself five times with rifle, take carbon monoxide rike himself on the head, am ut his forehead. A. Sneed Bonner, Marshall'? •other-in-Jaw, confronted Dist tty. Bryan Russ in the court juse Thursday after the medka erdiot was returned and askec hat the next step would be. "If Henry Marshall was mur 2red, we want t 0 find out who id it," Russ replied. "But you leave us doubt that,' onner said. "Do you know wha his does to my wife' and me?' Russ promised to-keep on push ng the. investigation. Local au lorit'eis say there are some per ms they want to question in con ection. with Marshall's death, bu oncede they have no direct evi ence against anybody. A Robertson County grand jury as been in session since Monday hear evidence about Marshall' eath. It recessed Thursday unti /fonday just before the medica erdiot was returned, aide. —Marshall was shot five time.- in the abdomen and four of the bullels came out of his back. Tlr fifth bullet was never accountec for. All wounds were "possible contact or near contact," mean WE'VE GOT 0 MCS 6.02 1956 CHEVROLET 1955CH1VROIET 2 door sedan/- 6 cyl., radio and hooter SEVERAL CHEAP CARS TO CHOOSE FROM TQAl IVOI 1 ° n Flootsida pi<*"P truck dnmonstrator, heater, turn signals, rear bumper, custom cab/ dark green finish. TRUCKS 1959 CHEVROLET er, oil filter. \\'i ton cab and chassit, 6 cylinder, good rubber, heat* I "59 1958 CHEVROLET 1957 INTERNATIONAL 1957 INTERNATIONAL 3 /i ton pickup. Heater and Dtl filter/ 1 owner, low mileogo. 3Va yard dump body, 2 speed axle, 900x20 tires. 14 ton panel, radio, heator. Dump Trucks (2 to chooso from), 3Va yard dump bodies, 900x20 1ires, 2 ipead axle. 1952 CHEVROLET 2±.^8L 1951 F0RD F-600 6 cylinder, 2 speed axle, 825x20 tires. DILLMANS CHEVROLET Clymers, Ind. Ph. 40123 •" SCREAM "If you bought before you saw us ... You paid too much!" '55 CHEVROLET! '54 CHEVROLET 'I 4 door s«dan, 6 standard shift cyl.. 4 door sedan, 6 cyl./ powerglide, /CO D'AklTI A i/* ^ door sedan, automatic hansmissian '53 HUDSON J ;;dl door 2 door hardtop 6 cyl ' 2 door sedan, 6 cyl., automatic '53 MIRCUWY 7 53 CHfVROLET \ '53 OLDSMOBII.E '52 rotfTUC 2 top '52 CH;E¥ROILEI' 2p ±;± n ' 6 cyl " 'SICHIVROIEI 4 ^^:' 611 "" '46 INTEIRNATIONIAL ± p $94.85 $136.40 $77.48 $23.88 $113.33 $89.67 $142.49 $139.11 $123.84 $78.74 $137.29 THE ABOVE CAWS ARE GUARANTEED TO B'E ABOLE TO ILEAVE OUR -LOT UMDBR THEFR OWN 'POWER! We DO have a very good selection on our famous "OK" used oar* from 1961 on down. "DRIVE A OTTLE SAVE A LOT" GRABLES CHEVROLET Twelve Mile, Ind. Phone 2241 Late Markets Hawkins 00 lo 22(1 15.7 M to 240 15-4 40 to 260 14-9 60 to 280 14.-'! 80 to 300 W. ows H.OO dow Soars 9.00 dow Burnettsville Poultry ..eghoirns Heavey Hens 1 Third Street Market ,ambs Beef Hides 0 /eal Hides Pnklucers Marketing Assn. 90 to 215, No. 1 16-5 90 to 220, No. 2, No. 3 .,.. 16.0 Sows 14.00 dow Soars 10.00 dow Wayne's Produce •leavy Hens 10 to .: Deaths and Funerals City, Cass County CAIN, MRS. CHLOE, 82, of Moon. Funeral services at 2 p.m. unday, Stewart funeral home, rfomw. Buriirl in Bedford ceme- ery, Call at the funeral home af- ir'10 a.m: Saturday. CAKR, MRS. RUTH, 71, of AT;os. Funeral services at 2 p.m. unday, Grossman funeral home, Vrgos, Burial in Rochester IOOF emetery. Call at the funeral iome after 7 p.m. Friday. Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune' Fifteen COMMUNITY BRIEFS Around VAIL, NIKKI, six-month-old daughter of Paul and Nancy Wilis Vail, 814 State St. Final rites at 2 p.m. Saturday, Fisher funeral-home. Burial in M.t.'Hopc cemetery. Friends may call at the fu- leral home. District HOLMES, MRS. JULIA A., 95, ..f • Monticello. Final rites are pending at the Miller funeral iome; in Monticello., MILLION, MRS. ADA, 85, of •ural'route 6, Monticello. Funera] services at 2 p.m. Sunday, Miller 'uneral home, Monticello. Burial n Riverview cemetery. Call at :he funeral home after noon Saturday. O'CONNELL, MRS. LILLIAN, 81, ol! 1 East Pierce St., Monticelo. Funeral services at 3:lift p.m. Sunday, Miller funeral home, Mon- licello. Burial in Riverview ceme- :ery. Call at the funeral home after;noon Saturday. OVERHOLSER, CLAUDE, 63, of Dayton,- Ohio. Funeral services at 1 p.m. Saturday, Leiter funer^ al home, Flora. Burial in Maple Lawn cemetery at Flora. Call al the funeral home Friday evening; WALLACE, DEE C., b4, Peru Final rites at 2 p.m. Monday Foster and Good funeral home, Rochester. Burial in the Rochester IOOF cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 4. p.m. Sunday. WENGER, HARRY W., 63, rural route 5, Rochester. Final rites at 2 p.m. Sunday, Foster and Good funeral home. Burial in the Reisler cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Friday. Births ST. JOSEPH'S - Born to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Pickens, 101 Lockwood St., a daughter. MEMORIAL—Born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burnett, 1706 North St., a daughter; to Mr. and.Mrs. Charles Jacobs, rural route 2, Flora, a son. Hospital Notes ST. JOSEPH'S—Admitted: Mrs. Carmen DeFord, 903 Cliff Dr.; Mrs. Florence Martin, Uniondale; Mrs. Lucille Martin, 2715 Sunset ,ane; Mrs. Rosa. Oilman, Winamac; Master George Ploss, Royal Center; Galen Toothman, 422 West Melbourne Ave. Dismissed: Charles Sageslet', Bunker Hill; Miss Alice Canod.e, 120 North Cicott St.; Mrs. Pauline Lamb, Royal Center; Mrs. Alice Burley, 407 West Linden Ave. MEMORIAL - Admitted: August Bjick, rural route 1; Mrs. Muriel Berryman, Walton; Master Thomas Raisor,- rural rou(e Mrs. Laura Slusser, rural route 2. Camden; Miss Priscilla Whybrew, rura] route 4, Winamac; Mrs. Grace Maloy, 1523 George St.; Miss Diana Hatch, rural rouie 1, Royal Center; Mrs. Betty McGillis, ' Star hotel; Mrs. Mary Jane Barbour, 1919 Gran! St.; Arjiu'm Olinger. rura] route 2; Miss Beverly Wasson. rural route 1, Walton. Dismissed: Mrs. Marie Boos, Winamac; John Bruner, Walton; Mrs. Roberi Heiden and daughter, 711'^ Eas' Market St.; Mrs. Barbara Helm, rural route 2, Walton; Mrs, Adaline Hero, rural route 3, Winamac; Miss Patsy Hfirron, rura' rouie 1, Bringhurst; Enoch Hines, rural route 2, Royal Center; Miss Catherine Means, 413 Bartlet St.; Mrs. Mildred Murphy ant daughter, 728 Glenway Dr.; Miss Lianna Nelhercutt, rural route 1 Burneltsvillc; Master leveret Shafer, Camden: Everett Smith rural route 1, Lucerne. ^eghorns .07 Khmipp Produce (Deci Creek) Icavy Hens 12 jeghorns 07 :ggs 20 Popejoy's Poultry Farm feavy Hens 15 INDIANAPOLIS (OBI) - Livestock: , Hogs 4,500; barrows and gills unevenly steady to 25 higher; unii- 'orm 190-225 Ib 16.35-lfi.75; bulk 190-259 Ib 15.50-16.35; 240-270 Ib 5.2545.75; 270-330 Ib 14.50-15.25; tew 15.50; 150-170 Ib MisO-16.00; sows steady to strong, instances 25 higher; 300-400 Ib 13.50-14.50; few 14.65; 400-1(00 1'b 13.00-13.75; load 530 1'b 13.85; 550-050 Ib 12,751,1.00. Cattle 175; claves 25; not enough cattle of any class to lest market; good steers 24.00; mixed good and choice, heifers' 24.00; standard 18.00-21.00; utility and commercial cows 15.00-16.50; few 16.75; canners and cutters 13.00-15,00; couple commercial bulls 20.00; vealers mostly 1.00 lower; good and choice 26.00-29.00; one choice 30.00; standard 22.00. Sheep 50; not-enough to test market; small load choice spring lamb.'i 21.00. • ' Mrs. Ada Million, 85, Dies in Monticello MONTICELLO—Mrs. Ada Benjamin Million, 85, of rural route 6, Monticello, died at 8:30 p.m. Thursday at the White County Memorial hospital, where she had seen a patient four weeks. Bunker Hill Hospital Notes Admitled: Airman 2.C. Buddy Sharp, Mrs. Clara Swimley, Mrs. Dorothy Wyalt and Mrs. Jeanne Orren. Dismissed: '-.d Lt. Thomas Wisner, Mrs. Violet Darhower' and son, Keith, Mrs, Corine Spears and daughler, Letitia, Mrs. Patricia Layne and son, Craig, Mrs. Arlene Calder and daugh- ler, Dianne, Mark Upton, Cheryl Boshm, Velja Rawls; Mrs. Donna Head and Mrs. Wanda Struth. MONTICELLO Births: Wednesday—A daughter was born- to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith, North Third Street. Town Building Permits Barnes Properties, improvements at 316 E. Market St., $1,200; Bernard Corcoran, rcsiden- ial improvements at 1217 North St.;, S250; James Dawson, porch •cpairs al 1408 Spear St., $150. '• Carriage Licenses Jerry Lee Swiiiart, 20, of Pert), and Stilly Ann Greer, 15, of rural •oute 1, Galveston. Traffic Arrests Hartild McClain, 21, of Kokomo, seeding. City court June 8. City Court Jerry Kline, 21, of 123 E. Col. 'ax St., was fined $5 and costs in city court Friday for speeding. Forfeit bonds were accepted Tom John R. Combs, Jr., .14, of rural route 6, Kokomo, $5 and costs for speeding, and from Mrs. Donna Swayze, 22, of rural route 2, Loj'ansport, $1 and costs for having; no valid operator's license; Circuit Court Mrs, Phyllis Bean was granted a divorce from William L. Bean in the Cass circuit court Friday on her-'cruelty chfirge. She was given custody of iheir two chU- drcn and $12.50 per week support for each child. The defendant was given the right lo visit them and have them with him at reasonable times. O'Neill and O'Neill represented! the plaintiff. Cha:rlcs W. Jones filed a counterclaim against Nick Moskes, asking $150 damages as a result of an auto collision on Aug. 13, 1961, on Blast Market St. He charges negligence in Ihe complaint filed through Miller, Tolbert. and Hirschauer. Mrs. Madonna Peterson was granttxl custody of their son and an unborn child along wilh a divorce from Robert R. Peterson in circuit court Friday. She was Riven $10 per week support for the son and $250 medical and iospilal expenses for the unborn child to be determined later. O'Neill and O'Neill represented the plaintiff. lleo Taylor, 418 West Jefferson, ransferred to St. Elizabeth Hos- )ital. Thursday — Mrs. William iham, 610 North Second Street; Mrs. Norman Haring and son, {outs, Indiana; Mrs. Anna Vlieaton, transferred to the Mon- icello Nursing Home. ROCHESTER* Admissions to Woodlawn hospital: Mrs. Melvin dingier, R. R. . , . . 1 4, Rochester; Mrs. Leonard ! ?'' n ", y 'J" U A 'P ha T'l et *' lhe Na- rs. Julia A. Holmes, White County Native, Dies in Monticello MONTICELLO—Mrs. Julia Ann Holmes,' 95, of 538 S. Main St., widow of Louis Holmes, died al 5:4S a.m. Friday at the While County Memorial hospital where she!had been a patient one day. Born Jan. 2, 1867 in While county, she was the daughter of Arnold and Martha Brown Holmes. Her! husband preceded her in CHICAGO (UPI)—Livestock: Hogs 5,500; .under 240 Ib steady to 25 lower, over 240 Ib mostly 25 lower; No, 1-2 190-220 Jib 16.5016,75; around'120 head -at',16.75; mixed No 1-3, 180-230' Ib', 16.0016.50: 220-240 Ib 15.50-16.00; 240200 Ib 15.00-25.50; No 23 260-280 Ib 14.50-15.00; 280-300 Ib 14.00-14.50. Cattle 200, , calves none; re- cepts mostly cows, steady; not enough any other class on..offer to fully test the market; package good! and choice mixed steers and heifers 900-950 Ib 29.00 for steers and 24.00 for heifers; -small lot choice heifers 24.00; utility and commercial cows 15.50-17.50. Sheep'100; not enough for market test; few lots good,and choice 90-100 Ib wooled slaughter lambs '18.50', -..-••• CHICAGO (UPD—Produce: Live /poultry too few receipts to report prices. '.Cheese single daisies :!8>/2-40; ionghorns 38!/ 2 - 40 1 /?.; processed loaf 30-38; Swiss Grade -A 47-52; B 45-50. ' Butler steady; 1)3 score 57; 92 score 57; 90 score 54%; 89 score 531/4. Eggs irregular; white large extras 28; mixed'large extras 26; mediums standards 25V4. dcalh. She was a member of Zion Bethel church and had lived all of Her lifetime in White county. SUrvivors include several niece. 1 and nephews. Final rites are pending at the Vtiller funeral home in Monlicel- HorryWenger,63, Rochester, Dies ROCHESTER—Harry W. Wtm- ger 1 , 63, a lifetime resident here, dietf at 2:05, a.m. Friday at (he Noxman Beatty hospital at Westville. He had been ill four years Horn Dec. 14, 1898, in Rochester, he was (he son of Samuel and Sarah Merrill Wenger. His marriage was on April 8. 1937, ir Rochester, to Olive Coplen,. who survives. Also surviving are a daughter Halia. Jane, at home at rura route 5; a son, Daniel E., Indian apolis; and a sister, Mrs. Liina Barkman, rural route 5. Two sis ler's preceded him in death. irhe. deceased was a reliired faijmer and a members of lhe Talma. Methodist church. ilpinal rites will be at 2 p;m. Sunday at the Foster and G<k>d fuiierai home, the Rev. John Kieig officiating. Burial will:be in;the Reister .cemetary. Friends may call 'at Ihe funeral 'home after 7 p.m. Friday. I She was born in Illinois on Dismissa | s: Wednesday-Mrs. March 14, 1877 Her hrrt ™''-| Gladys Roth, route 2; Mrs. riago was to Alfred Benjamin and Jeanne shaf m Coup( f ie preceded her in death. She later married Mack Million and he preceded her in death. Slve was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ in Mori- ticello. Survivors include five step-son:!, ncluding Eugene Million, rural' route 2, Monticello; a step-daughter; 17. step-grandchi'ldren and four slep-greal-children. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Miller funeral home in Monlicello with Bishop Claude Lawson, of Fort Wayne, officiating. Burial will lie in Riverview cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after noon Saturday. Logansport firemen were called to Ihci Quincy Sailors farm home on rural route 2, shortly after 11 a.m. Friday lo extinguish a fire in a gas stove. A roast in the oven had caught fire but the blaze was out wh<;n firemen arrived. • *-•• Parking meter No. 11, on Pearl Street, and the post on which it was located have been taken by unknown persons, according to a report made Friday morning to city |»lice by Robert Marshall of the meter department. Marshall said only a small amount of money could have been in the meter because it had been emptied Ihe day before. Miss Nancy .lean Luxem, daughler of (he John J. Luxems, 3020 South Pennsylvania Avenue, will -K graduated with a degree of bachelor of arts from Mi Mary college, Milwaukee, Wis., in ccmmencement exercises Sunday. A graduate of the local high school, Miss Luxem is a member UB "* i " a1 h 's(i>ry 3rockey, 1230 Jefferson street; Mrs. James Doty, Monterey. Dismissals: Mrs.- Glen Smith J," udu " and son, Macy; Bonnie Fretting- Lounc "- , tional Federation of Catholic College students, the Athletic As- I soda lion and the student College er. Wanatah. i. , _,. Mrs. Ed Fisiii.ick, R, R. i, Ro-jMrs. Chloe Cam, 82, Chester, has been moved lo Mefh- fjjge in odist hospital in Indianapolis,' for (he next (wo or three weeks. She is suffering from a fractured hip sustained last February. -*-• — Airs, Chloe L. Cain, 82, of Mouon, wife of Ed C. Cain, died at 3 p.m. Thursday at the White County Memorial hospital Bible school will begin Mav 28;'" Monlicello following an illness Young America school, churches of the Young at lhe Various America community arc in charge (if lhe school which will extend through June fi. Classes will be from 1:30 to 3:.'10 p.m. Logansport Firm Gets Contract for Hospital Addition MONTICELLO George R. Banjak, While County Memorial iospilal administrator, has announced lhat excavation for the $588,387 addition to the hospital will begjn June 6. The building contract for $434,000 has been let lo the Construction Associates, Inc., of Logans|)ort. The additional cost of approximately $154,000 is for equipment, architect's fee and clerk-of-lhe- works charges. C. M. Lemon, of Idaville, has been hired by (he hospital board for the position as clerk-of-the- works. of six months. Born June 23, 1879 in Ada, Ohio, she was the daughter of James and Mary Reed Crawford. Her marriage was on April 29, 1916. Survivors include her husband and a sister, Mrs. Grace Munden, of Monnn. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at' the Stewart fu- nera;. home in Monon with Rev. Irvin King officiating. Burial will be in the Bedford cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home afterjo a.m. Saturday. COLOIlFl!L~siGN DALLAS, Tex, CUP-!)—Private dete;lives ioday guarded a brewery company's $50,000 sign that includes a gushing waterfall and proclaims iis beer is made from crystal' clear water. The. waterfall gushed brilliant scarlet. Thursday'and hiid been bright green a lew days before because pranksters dumped dye into the sign's 8,000-gaIion tank which had to be emptied and cleaned. Sale Calendar May 26—Berkshire's Keith Berkshire May 26—Anna Claybaugh Monesmith, Auct. May 26—Orde Bell Estate Rineharts,' Aucts. May 26—Mae E. Wikel Estate Roy Grume May 26—Berkshire's Keith Berkshire June 2—Oystie Weiss Est Roy Grume June 6—Pat & Dorothy McHale Roy Grume June 9—Minnie A. Maxwell .... Rineharts Aucts. June 16—Earl Jordon Estate Rineharts, Au$ts.

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