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SUNDAY, MAY 27,1962 THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE THIRTY-ONR 56. Feeds, Seeds, Plants FLOWERS for Decoration, live and artificial, vases and centerpieces. The Gibsons, Ph. 21643. SOYBEANS Harosoy, Lindarin, Certified and non-Certified. . Cleaned, bagged. Ralph Maggart, Camden 686-2672. FOR SALE: Lindarin and Clark soybeans raised from certified seed. Germ. 92%. Fagan'Bros., Star City. FOR SALE: African Violets, 25c and up. IVz miles west of Caley church on Rd. 16, % mile north. Mrs. Ross Thompson. BLOOMING African violets, peonies, mixed bouquet plants, shrubs. Phone 4819. GUTWEIN hybrid seed corn, good yielder, standability; cert, soybeans. Elvin Sadler. Ph. 56150. HARVEST HOPPER HYBRIDS Lindarin Soybeans Contact our dealers or HOPPER FARMS 1 mile E. Onward. Ph. Walton 4152 We have: SOYBEAN SEED Certified Lindarin $3.40 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 GLADIOLUS bulbs, large mixed 79c doz., Medium $3.00 per hundred, Bevington's 1000 E. 815S. PLANT Funks-G, America's greatest hybrids. Joe Hinkle, Phone Walton 3402. SEED CORN MARTIN BROS. Rt.l, Walton Phone 3854 59. Poultry I DAY OLD Heavy and Light Breed Chicks. Started Leghorn Pullets. Hizer Hatchery, Grass Creek. AUTOMOTIVE 63. Automobiles for Sale 1960 RAMBLER 4 door. Phone 4150 Walton after 7 p.m. 1957 PLYMOUTH 2 door sedan, white sidewall tires, radio, heater, automatic transmission, 2 tone finish, low mileage. Phone 50569 afternoons or evenings. 1931 ANTIQUE plymouth in good shape. Phone 66580. 1957 OLDSMOBILE 88 4 dr. sedan A-l running condition, $695. Phone 4713. 1958 Ford V-8 convertible, new paint, $1100. 21518, 21517. 1951 Willys Jeepster convertible with 1958 Olds engine, radio, heater, white sidewalls, $200. .Phone 9582. 1962 Chev. 2, radio, heater. Twelve Mile 2431 after 4:30. 1957 Fairlane "500", 2 door hardtop with power steering, good condition, priced to sell. Phone 3050. CAR PAYMENTS TOO HIGH? Protect your credit. Trade down to smaller or no payments. See Max Frazee at Frazee Ford Corners. Phone 967-4151. Hts. 18 and 75, Flora, Ind. 65. Motorcycles—Scooters 1961 ALL STATE compact motor- scooter. Phone 2797 Twelve Mile. 1960 Harley Davidson "Topper." 2000 actual miles. Hockman Motors 801 Market Ph. 3507 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 LO-4-3040 or L04-2415 RAMBLER R & R RAMBLER MOTORS 801 E. Main, Logansport DODGE DART Thomas & Evennan, 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., Winamac, Ind. FURNITURE LOANS Lincoln Finance Company Mori* Smith, Mgr. Mian* 32*5 REALGAS fflGH QUALITY LOWER PRICES SIS W. Market Hi-Hay U Seventh and North 18il> and Woodlawn Carroll Students Presented Awards FLORA—Various awards were presented Friday to students al the Carroll high school on the annual awards day. FFA awards included: Stai Greenhand to Bill Hufford; leadership to Weldon Hicks; scholarship to Richard Skiio's; star farmer to Weldon Hicks. Rotary citizenship awards wenl to Ed Langston, Linda Adams, Gerald Hood, Shirley Wagoner, David Minich, Marlene Todd, Bradley Mullendore and Karen Baxter, Rotary scholarship certificates were given to Anita Curtis, Stanley Evans, Larry Hughes, Jan Harmon, Carl Humbarger, Mike Gibson, Sandra Allen, Jim Eller, William Walker, Darrell Hoffman, Judy Clingenpeel, David Minich and Gordon Fife. Joe Huse was named winner ol the Carroll Honor Award which is being given each year to an outstanding senior. Other awards: Crisco home ec award to Linda Adams; Latin certificates to Connie Forbes and Judy Snider; National Honor Society graduates Ann Guckien, Anita Curtis, Hary Jones, Linda Adams, Joe Huse, Ed Langston, Tom Langston and Cheryl Wilson. Damages Of $2,000 Awarded Daughter Of Air Base Couple PERU—Damages in the amount of $2,000 was awarded to Karen Lynn Stefani, daughter of Joseph Stefani, who is stationed at the Bunker Hill Air Force Base, by Judge Henry Bailey in Miami Circuit court. . , Judge Bailey also awarded the father $1,948 for medical treatment for the child. The judgment was entered against Joe P. and Helen M, Gaal, motel operator in Strong- ville, 0. It was a friendly suit with agreement on the settlement by both sides. The judgment awarded to the child is to be deposited with the Federal Credit Union to be held until she is of age. According to the complaint, the Stefanis were guests at the motel when their child, then two years old, was bitten on the face. The child's father claimed that the girl suffered a permanent injury to her upper lip, which he said, Nad resulted in a speech impediment. He claimed he had spent $1,300 tor 'her treatment and would need io spend'aoout $1,000 more. He had asked for damages of $2,500 and for $5,000 for the child. Bldg. Wrecking, Razing Lets clean up logansport. Save now with special prices. Fully insured contractor. 21518 - 21517 Side Dress NITRANA LIQUID NITROGEN CROP-MAKER SOIL SERVICE Call Walton 3715 Colled Outstanding track team member to Tom Williams; Psi Iota Xi ring to Jan Harmon; Psi Iota Xi medal to Harry'Jones; Delto Theta Chi necklace to Sandra Allen; Sunshine locket • to Phylis Washington; Hi-Y ring to Harry Jones. Top scholastic ratings; Seniors: Harry Jones, Joseph Huse, Anita Curtis; Edwarc Langston, Tom Langston. Juniors: Bill Pickart, Joan Galloway, Gerald Hood, Judy Snider, Becky Angle. Sophomores: Bill Wason, Gordon Fife, Marilyn Grain, David Minich, James Huffer. Freshman: Karen Baxter, Marcia Pearson, Connie . Forbes Bradley Mullendore, Diane Duff. Three Hurl In Truck Accident Saturday On 31 North Of Peru PERU—Three persons were injured in a truck accident which occurred at 9:45 a.m. Saturday on U.S; 31, three miles north of Peru. Involved were the driver, John Clark, 42, 495 E. Main St., who received minor cuts; Eugene Stanley, 46, route 1, Macy, cuts and bruises; and D. C. Maze, 42, 485 E. Main St., a fractured right, arm. Maze is the only one .who required treatment at Dukes Hospital. Trooper Lewis Glassburn, who investigated, reported that Clark was traveling north in a I960 pickup truck when the left front tire blew out, causing the vehicle to skid into the ditch on the loft side of the highway. The vehicle struck a city light pole and overturned on its left side. Damage to the truck was estimated at $750 and to the light pole at $125. Few Injured In Passenger Train Crash RAVENNA, Ohio (AP) — Three cars of a fast-moving passenger train were banged off the rails by a sideswiping freight car Saturday, but injuries—miraculously —were few. Eleven persons were treated at Robinson Memorial Hospital and were released. Most of them sustained only cuts and bruises. The collision left nine cars of the freight tra'oi strewn across the Baltimore and Ohio tracks in Ravenna's industrial area. The first car in the Washington-to- Cle-veland passenger train was knocked over virtually on its side. This was a combination baggage and snack car. The next car, a passenger coach, was tilted at a 45 degree angle, and one end of a freight car came to rest'against it. The third car was only partly derailed, the rear wheels remaining on the tracks. H, O. McAbee, assistant B&O Superintendent at Akron, estimated the train was traveling 50 miles per hour and was half an hour from Akron when the collision occurred. He quoted engineer E. F. Gault as saying the derailed freight car "just looked like it jumped out of the (freight) train." Fortunately, the freight car derailed too late to land directly in the path of the two diesel units pulling the passenger-train. McAbee said the derailed car hit the side of the lead passenger engine, tearing away the batteries and air reservoir. solid tlttt DELCO RADIO Has immediate openings In Kokomo lor Journeymen • ELECTRICIANS • MILLWRIGHTS • PIPE FITTERS Apply In person 8 am to 3 pm Industrial Relations Office DELCO RADIO DIVISION of General Motors KOKOMO, INDIANA An Equal Opportunity Employer T Two Injured In Rochester Crash : ROCHESTER — Two women were injured Friday in a head-on crash on Main street at llth street, city police reported Saturday. Hurt were Mrs. Ambrose Burgett, Huntington, who. suffered lacerations on her forehead and right ankle, and Miss Janet Sue Bradfield, 21, Montezuma, who sustained lacerations on her chin and mouth. Mrs. Burgett, a summer resident of Lake Manitou, , was admitted at Woodlawn hospital and was reported in fairly good condition. Miss Bradfield was admitted 'and dismissed. Mrs. Burgett was riding in a car being driven north on • Main street by her husband. Police said he began to turn left- into West llth street and drove into, the path of Miss Bradfield, who was driving south in her ear. Damage was estimated at $600 to the Bradfield car-and $450 to the Pbntiac. The 26 boys who were jailed Thursday night and Friday morning by city, county and state officers following a night of revelry at Lake Manitou and in Rochester,'were released in the custody of;their parents Saturday. They will appear in circuit court next Friday with their paretns. Disposition of their cases has not been decided yet. Clarence C. Williams, 49, R.E. 5, Kochetser, was arrested about 1 a.m. Saturday by city police after the car he was driving knocked down a parking meter in the 700 block of Main street'. He was lodged in Fulton county jail. Officers said they would seek a charge of driving while under the influence of, intoxicants against Williams. Julia Herkless, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Herkless, 1000 Fulton avenue, is the 1962 Manitou Ripples Queen of Rochester high school. She was selected by movie star Tony Curtis from five photographs of RHS senior girls nominated by the senior class. Curtis was asked to make his selection on the basis of beauty. Julia, a cheerleader at RHS four years and active in class affairs, was county winner of the DAR essay contest and 1961 Homecoming Queen. She plans to attend Purdue university. Curtis chose Barbara Chambers and Sue Anne Quick as members of the Yearbook Queen Court. MIKESELL Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Landis funeral home in Warsaw for Alvia Z. Mikesell, 70, R.R. 3, Warsaw, who died at his home Thursday. Surviving with the wife, are a son, Gerald, Battle Creek, Mich., and a sister, Goldie J. Coggins, R.R. 5, Rochester. The Rev. Vernon Simpson officiated at the services and burial was in the Mentone cemetery F. M. Pickering, 64, Anderson civic leader and retired businessman who spent his summers at Lake Manitou for a number of years, died Friday in St. John's hospital in Anderson after a five- month illness. Survivors include the wife, .two daughters, a step-son, two grandchildren and two step-grandchild:n. Final rites will be at 10 a.m. Monday in the Baker funeral nome in Anderson. Seaweed Brings Odor To Gulf Coast Cities GALVESTON, Tex. (AP) — Those titled noses along the Gulf of Mexico coast are trying to find a sniff of fresh air. It's pretty smelly along normally clean-swept shoreline right now, and blame it on Hurricane Oarla of 1961. The rank odor comes from pied up seaweed with its marine life rapped inside. Oldtimers say it s the worst in 50 years.' The pileup began a month ago and information here is that the situation is similar all along the Gulf of Mexico coast. Galveston city employes have made heroic efforts to remove the seaweed but it piles up faster han they can remove it. At many places on Galveston's 30 miles of beach the seaweed is feet deep. Health authorities report insects have discovered the seaweed and .. are • multiplying here. Arrest Peru Youth After Crash On 24 PERilMFrank Gilbert, 16, of 78 Ewing St., was arrested on a charge of ifailing to signal by State Trooper Arlan Good follow- ng a car-truck accident. The mishap occured late. Friday night about three miles west of Pern on -U.S. 24. The truck driver, Louis Glass- jurn, told the Trooper that Gilbert made a "U" turn on the lighway and in .an attempt to avoid hitting the car he went into a ditch on the north side df the highway. Gilbert. left the scene of the accident and was apprehended later. Damage to the truck was estimated at $300. , MASONIC ROOM DEDICATED-Alva Conrad, the only 33rd degree Mason living in Cass county, cuts the cake at dedication ceremonies Saturday evening for the new lodge room at the Masonic Temple. The new room will be used by all Masonic bodies. Conrad told the 200 persons attending that "training young people in character and leadership pars off in later years as they become the leaders of our nation." Invocation was given by Herman Wliitc. Francis Koepky, senior deacon, Tipton Lodge No. 33, who served as chairman of! the arrangements committee, introduced the various officials. (Staff Photo) Nation Prepares To Greet Carpenter COCOA BEACH, Fla. (AP)Across four lanes of busy highway they hung out the welcome sign Saturday for .another local boy who made good. "Welcome back, Scott, to Cocoa Beach: your home away from home," proclaimed the, big streamer across State Highway AdA, just at the edge of town. And up that same highway Malcolm Scott Carpenter, America's newest space hero, will ride Sunday at the head of a mile-long motorcade to receive a homecoming welcome from the town that knows the astronauts best. Cocoa Beach, a space age boom town of 6,000, two-dozen garish motels and a couple of gleaming glass banks, claims all seven astronauts as its very own. But Scott Carpenter is something extra special as far as the local citizenry is concerned. More than any of the other astronauts, he has mixed among them and become a familiar figure around town. In the days before Scott Carpenter became a world famous earth orbiter and raft rider, he was known locally as one of the best dancers in Florida. He and his pretty wife •Rene often did the twist till clos ing time at the local nite spots to the cheers and applause of appreciative onlookers. "All seven astronauts are immediately recognized on a downtown street," said a local merchant, "but Scott's the one you wouldn't be afraid to go up and talk to. Fact is, he'd probably start talking to you first. He's like that Real friendly and outgoing." Movies Taken By Carpenter Damaged ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP)-^Experts at Eastman Kodafc Co. revealed Saturday mat motion picture film of astronaut Malcolm Scott Carpenter's three orbits of the Earth last Thursday was heavily damaged by sea water and may be of little use to scientists. While Carpenter's space capsule, Aurora 7, was bobbing in the Atlantic awaiting recovery, about 65 pounds of water sloshed into it and reached 1 ' the pilot-observer camera. The most critical portion of the 275-foot-length of movie film in the camera was on the outside of the reel and suffered the most damage, company experts said. That aortion recorded much of the reentry jperiod. The film is oi vital interest to scientists of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) because of the confusion over just what happened during :he third orbit and re-entry period. The film images, Kodak experts said, were very weak and very flat. They were determining possible methods of improving them. YM Schedule Monday—7:30 Jr. Hi-Y Club, YMCA. • ' Wednesday — Memorial Day YMCA closed. Thursday—12:00 YMCA Board of Directors, Gourmet Cafeteria; 2-4 Craft Class, YMCA; 6:30 Tip:on-Longfellow Gra-Y Committees, YMCA. Friday—2-4 Craft Class, YMCA. Saturday—9-12 Noon-Group : ames, YMCA; 2-4 Craft Class YMCA. And because he is that way, Cocoa Beach plans to churn up as big a welcome as possible. Already the town is aflutter with American flags and a dazzling variety of signs and pennants. Because Carpenter will be coming back to Cape Canaveral on a Sunday, when people flock to the beach anyway, his welcoming crowds may be as large as those that greeted John H. Glenn Jr. after his orbit. This despite the fact that neither President Kennedy nor Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson will be on hand for the festivities, as they were after the Glenn flight. Carpenter is expected to arrive at Patrick Air Force Base from Grand Turk Island about 2 p.m. (For Carpenter there will also be a personal reception committee consisting of his mother, who is flying in from her house-trailer home in Boulder, Colo., and his wife and four children, who have been on the Cape since he rocketed off on his adventurous journey. Pictures OfA-Test Released OAKLAND, Calif. (AP)—The Oakland Tribune is publishing in its Sunday editions a series of exclusive photographs of one of the current atomic explosive tests at Christmas Island in the Pacific. The Tribune, a mamber of The Associated Press, made the copyright pictures available to The AP for simultaneous publication by other members. No reporters or news photographers have been permitted on Christmas Island, a British Royal Air Force base "borrowed" by the United States for the nuclear tests. How the Tribune obtained the pictures is a story of newspaper enterprise that cannot be fully related. Al Reek, veteran staff member of the Tribune, learned recently from a friend in northern California that such a set of pictures exist. The friend had seen them in a private home. Through an intermediary, Reck got in touch with the person who had taken them and obtained publication -rights.' Reck said he did not communicate directly with the photographer and did not learn his identity. He did learn that the American authorities had placed no restrictions on cameras owned by American and British personnel on Christmas Island, that the pictures were taken late in April, hand-carried to Honolulu and thence to Palo Alto, Calif., where they were developed. ' The Tribune promptly submitted the pictures to the Department of Defense in Washington for security clearance. HIT BY TAXI P^RfJ-Miss Patricia Maynard, 22 .of 419. E, Third St., suffered abrasions on her knees and elbows when she was knocked down by a taxi in front of her home at 1:15 a.m. Saturday. Driver of the cab, Allen Fooshee, 54 of 335 East Sixth. St., was not cited. Officers said the pedestrian ran into the path of th» car. , ' Justice Court Lester Wooten, 38, of 1437 Erie Ave., arrested by State Police Corporal James Cresswell Monday for operating a truck overweight by 2,500 pounds on trailer tandem axles, was fined ?5 and costs and assessed a civil penalty of $100. Dickie/Williams, 19, of Eaton, was arrested Sunday by State Trooper John Gaylor for speeding. He was fined $1 and costs. Fred Welsh, 33,. rural route 1, Grenetown, was arrested May 12 by State Trooper Richard Keyes for not having a valid operators license. He was fined $1 and costs. Eugene Kennedy, 49, Gary, was arrested Saturday for speeding 80 miles an hour. He was fined $5 and costs. • I Hospital Notes Logansport MEMORIAL ' Born to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Quaglio, Peru, a son. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schock, Camden, are parents of a son. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Leo Davis, 403 W. Capitol. Mr. and Mrs. Ferron Crook, Peru, are parents of a son. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Deitrich, route 2. Admitted: Mrs. Anna Scott, route 1, Winamac; Mrs. Myra Tilton, route 4; Mrs. Hilda Kile, route 1, Galveston; James Carson, 2115 George; Robert Graf, Flora; Mrs. Dora Fry, route 1, Camden; Harold Hanson, Grand Haven, Mich.; Miss Nina Dalton, Winamac; Mrs. Maude Dehaven, 730 E. Broadway. Dismissed: Mrs. Beverly Annstrong, route 1, Winamac; Mrs. Muriel Berryman, Walton; Miss Nikki Conn, 1221 N. Third; Master James Gwin, 2010 Westgate Drive; John Harper, Rogers Tall, State Hospital; William Harkin, route' 2; Miss Diana Hatch, route 1, Royal Center; Carl Hendryx, route 1; Carl Huffman, route 2, Kewanna; James Kesterson, route 1, Camden; Master Brian Nicholas, Walton; Master Raymond Nilzschke, route 1; Mrs. Freda Sheagley, route 1, Flora; Benjamin Terrell, 211% Fifth; Miss Beverly Watson, route 1, Walton; August Bjick, route 1; Richard Allen, route 2, Star City; Mrs. Richard Cocnran and daughter, Royal Qenter; Master Mark Fiedler, route 3; Master Kenneth Fry, route 2; Master Ivan Liming, Lucerne; Jesse Logan, route 4; Mrs. Ina McCloskey, 1510 Spear; Arnum Olinger, route 2; Mrs. Jerry Roller and daughter, 1131 North; Mrs. Doris Ronk, Galveston; Master Stephen Seward, Royal Center. f ST. JOSEPH'S Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Davis, 1016 Lynas, are parents of a daughter. Admitted: Charles Gaumer, route 1; William Loner, 1717 George; Herbert Perkins, 1320 George; Baby Thomas Dryer, 819 W. Miami; Mrs, Gertrude Elpers, 215 Thirteenth; Robert Morris, 1013 Twenty-first. Dismissed: Mrs. Mary Brindle, 1414 High; Mrs. Glenda Hosier, 711 Bates; Charles Fowler, New Wa'verly; William Downs, 1721 Magee; John Gillum, 1428 Smead; George Shockley, 847 Garfield; Galne Topthman, 422 W. Melbourne; Terry Fillmore, 3133 Pottowattomie Road; Alva Dixon, route, 6, Connersville; Master John.Barrett, 170S High; George Ploss, Royal Center; Ronald Byers, 1010 Twenty-third; Mrs. Frances McLouglin, 931 Twentieth; Mrs. Gerry Cundiff, Walton; Mrs. Gladys Baker, Walton; Mrs. Harold Hallam, 119 Thirteenth; Mrs. Lucille Martin, 2715 Sunset Lane. Rochester .Admissions to Woodlawn hoslital: Cheryl Lee Stafford, Disko; Stephen Douglas Burke, Akron^ admitted and dismissed; Mrs. 3essie Paschell, 320 Ponliac; Otto Cessna, R.-R. 2, Rochester. Dismissals: Mrs. Marie Zartman, R.R. 1, Rochester; Mrs. Sidney Sivits and daughter, Peru; toger Harger, Akron; Tammy Carlson, daughter of Mr. and" Mrs. James Carlson, Rochester; Mrs. Roscoe Berrier, R.R. 6, Rochester; Mrs. Raymond Hoover and son, Twelve Mile. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cumber, land, 1109 East Ninth street, are the parents of a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Me-. Lean, Kewanna, are the parents of a son. Both Candidates File For Recount OKLAHOMA CTTY, Okla. (AP) —W. P. Bill Atkinson joined former Gov. Raymond Gary today in asking for a recount of ballots that showed Atkinson the apparent winner by 449 votes in last Tuesday's primary runoff election. The men are opponents for the Demo cratic nomination for governor. The recount of ballots in all TV Oklahoma counties will start Monday under, supervision of 33 district judges. Grains Gain During Week CHICAGO <AP)-The grain fu> tures -market worked over a fairly broad range last week but finished with relatively small net .changes after Friday's good general advance on the Board ,o£ Trade. Transactions were geared mainly to weather conditions and.a variety of crop reports, some conflicting, with activity almost com. ing to a standstill at times. The bullish sentiment of « week ago in wheat was all but washed out by rainfall last week_end. But after additional reports came trickling in and speculators took another look they decided that perhaps the moisture was too late to do anything more than to halt deterioration. With Uie winter crop understood to be heading generally over the Great Plains, they con- duded that rain could do little, to. improve yield prospects at that late stage of development. • A spot check later seemed to confirm that opinion. Moreover, a Thursday night hailstorm was reported to have severely dam', aged the grain in some localities and virtually wiped it out in oth-; ers. Com was under moderate but steady pressure most of the lime, principally from liquidation which dealers said apparently reflected a rather general withdrawal fronj the market. ~ There was some trade disappointment at week's end on the government report of the quantity of corn going into the price support loan program. The same re; port, though, indicated the government would take over enough soybeans on loan default at the, end of this month to bring it back into the market before the end of the crop year. • At the end of the week, whtfa't was J /4-'/4 cent a bushel lower.; July $2.-14V£-%; corn unchanged-to % lower, July $1.15%-%; oats li/8-l% lower, July m%J/ 4 ; rye higher to 2'/4 lower , .1' u 1 y $1.28'/2-%; soybeans unchanged 'io 1 cent lower, July $2.481446. ,. Kennedy Seeks Resi MUDDLEBURG, Va. (AP) — President Kennedy flew to Glen Ora, his weekend retreat near here, Saturday afternoon for some rest and relaxation. ; iMrs. Kennedy and the two children, Caroline and John Jr., also are at Glen Ora for the weekend. Kennedy is expected to remain until early monday. -;: Sale Calendar June June 2—Clystie Weiss Est. Roy Grume 6—Pat & Dorothy McHale ._.. .Roy Grume- June 9—Minnie A. Maxwell •... Rineharts Aucts. June 16—Earl Jordon Estate Rineharts, Allots.

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