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Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, May 29, 1962
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'Tuesday Evening, May 25, 1981 Bldg. Wrecking, Razing Lets cle'an up Logansport. Save now with special prices. Fully • insured contractor. 21518 - 21517 The bola, a weapon made of weights connected by thongs, was used by primitive peoples some 400,000 years ago and still is used occasionally by, the gauehos of South America and by some Eskimos. solid Jfoff DBLCO RADIO Has immediate openings In Kokomo for Journeyman • 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 'Al O I // * 0 I //I P|1|/*|A 01 DUIV.IV BUY THEIR CARS AT WASSON S E '" clra 4 door, power steering, pownr brakes, power leaf, grey with while top. Invicta 4 door hardtop, all white and roa || y sharp . LcSabre 4 door hardtop, power steering, power brakes, light green finish. 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Deaths and Funerals City, Cqss County STITT, TERitY LEE, 15-month, old. son of .Gary...,and .Nancy Grandstaff Stilt,. 116 Park- Ave. Final rites at 10 a.m. Thursday, Fishel' funeral home, Rev. Roy Fisher officiating. Burial in the Davis cemetery. Friends'may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Tuesday. ESKRIDGE, CHARLES, °6, of Delphi. Funeral services at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jackson funeral home, Delphi. Burial in Morning Heights cemetery. Call at the funeral home. PEARSON, KEJWETH A., .57, of rural route 2, Wolcott. Funeral services at 2 p.m. Friday, Stewart funeral home, Monon. Burial in Chapel cemetery. Call at the funeral home after 10 a.m. Thursday. PIPKIN, MRS. MYRTLE, 74, of Peru, Final rites pending at the Smith funeral home in Jackson, Tenn. RAMER, MONTANA, 75, of rural route 1, Peru. Funeral services at 2:30 p.m. Thursday, Drake- Flowers funeral home, Peru. Burial in Pleasant Grove cemetery, Wabash county. Call at the funeral home after noon Wednesday. SLAGLE, RAYMOND, 62, of Hobart, Ind. Funeral services at 1 p.m. Thursday, /Rees funeral home, Hobart. Burial in Evergreen cemetery at Hobart. Call at the funeral home after 7 Tuesday, p.m. SMITH, ALBERT L., 57, Peru. Final rites at 1:30 p.m. Friday, Drake-Flowers funeral home. Burial in Mt. Hope cemetery. WAGONER, MRS. AMANDA, 83, of Rochester. Final rites are pending at the Foster and Good funeral home in Rochester. Call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Wednesday. Victim of Crash In Robbery Case KANSAS CITY, Kan. (UPI) Thomas G. Doty, one of the 45 persons killed in the crash o'f the Continental Airilines jet last week, was identified today as the defendant in a robbery case pend' ing at the time of his death. A preliminiary hearing for Doty on charges of robbery and carrying k concealed weapon had been scheduled for last Friday, three days after the crash. Police said the charges were filed on the complaint of a woman that a man had. forcibly entered her car about midnight April 23 while she stopped at a traffic light. She said the nran struck her in the face, threatened her and fled with her purse. True Ljfe Adventures MYSTERY MONSTERS ^ TSEUEF- )M SEA MONSTERS W)L.l_ NOT WE. :, XERcfFCtEC 1 SIGHTINGS OP THEM.-WAV' . BH MOTHlNS.MaKE THAW A S1SK3UE T=)J_E Cfr- MIOKACTINQ SE AJ-.S;., © 1062 Walt DUney Projections Worid nlimi Reitrved A UKDS OF AUKS t=l_V)Mo' E TO THE SURFACE OF THE SgA. 'Distributed by Kins Fcnturn Syndicate,. 5-29 Amanda Wagoner, 83, Succumbs in Rochester ROCHESTER—Mrs. Amanda E. Wagoner, 83, of 1114 Monroe St., died at 10:35 a.m. Tuesday 'at .Voodlawn hospital in Rochester 'ollowing an illness of three years. • Born April 26, 1879 in Marshall county, she was .the daughter of Washington and Rose Ann Rapt Overmyer. Her marriage on April 6, 1896 was to Frederick Wagoner 'and he died Dec. 1, 1947. She was a member of the Reiter Community Club. Survivors include .three daughters, Miss Esther Wagoner, Muncie; Mrs. Lyle Turner, Ashtabula, Ohio, and Mrs. Glen Minglin, Muncie; seven sons, Donald, Miles, Mich., and Raymond, Clifford, Merrel, Russell, Robert and Frederick Jr.,' all of Rochester; 21 grandchildren; 20. great-grandchildren and two great-gre'at- randchildren; a sister, Mrs. Mil dred Kanlz, South Bend and five brothers, Cecil Overmyer,' Edwardsburg, Mich.; Clifford and Ray Overmyer, Argos, Edward Overmyer, Menton'e ' and Roscoe Overmyer, Rochester. Final rites are pending at the Foster and Good funeral home in Rochester. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Wednesday. U.S. to Test N-Weapons In Rockets WASHINGTON (UPI) — The United. Stales this week will start exploding ^rocket^borne nuclear weapons in space. The explosions, their mammoth fireballs, and the brilliant auroral displays they trigger will be the Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Nin» COMMUNITY BRIEFS Around Town Building Permits ssbst spectacular fireworks, ever; staged by man. The weapons will be hurled into space — by Thor missiles, ac- sording to informed sources—over Johnston Island 800 miles south- southwest of Honolulu. Three and perhaps four space shots are planned. One, a junior-sized H-bomb,to be exploded >at an altitude of about 500 miles, will be the highest nuclear shot ever detonated. The tests, expected to continue into July, will .be'of intense inter- scientists all over the Births MEMORIAL — Born to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Parker, 864 Garfield Ave., a daughter; to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Howard', rural route 1, a son. ST. JOSEPH - Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles' DeHaven, 703& world. scientists will be List Winners of Ticket Sale for Scout-0-Rama Winners, of the Kiwanis. Scout- 0-Rama ticket sales contest were announced Tuesday by Jack Hoagland, L'Anguille district executive. First place went to Roger Conn, of Cub Scout Pack 316, who sold 116 tickets, He receives a.bicycle. In second place -was Ronnie Gaby, of Pack 316, who will receive a wrist watch. Fifteen third place winners will receive free airplane rides at Lo- *ansport municipal airport beginning at 1:30 p.m. Sunday. They are: Mickey Berkshire, Ricky Rouser, Tommy Burk, Jim Enyart, Larry Lucy, Bill Champion, Alan Clary, Leroy Elkins, Peter Darby, ' Jimmy Rose, Stephen Bard, Mike Kruzick, Tom Mylet, Paul Drook, and Mike Tierney, alerted to study effects of the blasts on the earth's magnetic field and, the Van Allen radiation zones enveloping the planet. The space shots also will help answer to questions vital to the security of the free world: —Can nuclear explosions space, by blacking out radio and radar, create an electronic smokescreen for sneak atomic attacks? -Do such explosions hold the cey to defense against missiles aunched through space from another continent? The Atomic Energy sion and Defense Department announced Monday that the Johnston Island tests would start about four days," The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has scheduled IU Degree for Alan Belcher Alan Belcher, 24, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Belcher, 615 Eighteenth St., will receive his doctor of medicine degree from Indiana University Monday. A 1955 graduate of Logansport high school, Belcher received a bachelor' .of arts degree from Manchester College in 1859. He will serve a year's internship at Memorial hospital, South Bend. CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO (UPD-Produce: Live poultry roasters 20-22; spe. cial fed While Rock fryers 1S%- 19; White Rock fryers 18; Plymouth Rock Fryers 19-20; heavy hens 19. longhorns processed Kennedy 45 Today WASHINGTON (UPI) - President Kennedy "was 45 years ok today — a youth among venerable world statesmen, a scarrec veteran of political crises 'at ""cheese single daisies 381/2-40; home Beyond greetings from his wife and children this morning and felicitations from his staff, .a regular work day came ahead of any .real birthday observance. A quiet family dinner party was set for tonight at Glen Ora, the Kennedy country place outside Middleburg, Va., where the President will spend Memorial Day before returning to the White House Thursday. loaf 36-38; Swiss Grade A 47-52; B 45-50. Butter steady; 93 score 57; 92 score 57; 90 score 54%; 89 score 53'/ 4 . Eggs weak white large extras 25'/4; mixed large extras 2 mediums 21; standards 2414. Population of the United States is expected to grow by 33 million persons in the next decade. DODGE DIVIDEND DAYS WE WILL MAKE OR PAY YOU DIVIDENDS! IF YOU TIRADE IWIOIHIUS [MOW ON A 1962 DODGE Now There's A Dodge In iEvery iSize! •PICK A OTE-MOK AIPBIIOE-IRICK A-OlQDiGE . Lancer * Dart * Big Custom 880 OU,R CTOCK OF ME W (CARS IS GOOD! ALL PRICED AMONG THE LOWEST! DIVIDEND DAYS SPECIALS 1962 DODGE sioh, very low mileage. D.art 330 4 door icdon, K torquefllte transrrm- Lancer, tha •conomy compact, 6 cy),, fargue- flite tronsmlwion, mat-'belts, low mileoga. 1962 DODGE CHECK THESE NEW CAR TRADE-INS 1959 PLYMOUTH, Z^l^ ioor, B cyl., | QiC'T 'COIDIO' Countr y "dari itation wagon, te trapsmii: ' / J/ rURl/ automatic tranimlision, ra. aion, power steering, radio, healer, extra elaarv cJto, heater. 1957, BUICK IT J±; fuJUpower <' 19S'6 CHRYSLER D4 , door sedan, full power, radio, heater. 1OCC IIYfMYCE Custom Royol 4 door, full I 7 J J U'U'ttWf power, radio, heater. SEVERAL OLDER CARS-" JUST MAKE US AN QiRFER" BANK FINANCE RATES "Babe" "Chick" and EVERMANCO. 517-19 North Street BOB WADRfil, Salesman Phone 4811 Bringhurst St., a daughter; to Mr. and Mrs. James Allan, 30 Lux St., a daughter. Hospital Notes MEMORIAL — Admitted: Mrs. Collie Hoover,- 2516 George St.; Frederick Easterday, rural route 5, Warsaw; Mrs. Joan Williams, lockville; Bub Crull, rural route 1, Winamac; William Spencer, 1811 Grant St.; .Mrs. Dovie Tedrow, rural route 2; Mrs. Mable Guy, 111 West Linden Ave.; Mrs. [yulu Morgan, 736 South Cicott St.; Paul Davis, Burlington; John Anderson, 1015 Vine St. Dismissed: Mrs. Leo Davis and daughter, Flora; Mrs. Ronald Deitrich, rural route 2; Mrs. Betty MaGillis, Star hotel; Master Thomas Raisor, rural route 1; Mrs. Iris Ruffner, 131 West Ottawa St.; Jesse Peel, rural route 6, Rochester. ST. JOSEPH — Admitted: Miss Pamela Bennett, Winamac; Baby Donna Bowling, 1509 Erie Ave.; Baby Gordon May, Medaryville; Carl Black, 724 Fifteenth St.; Paul Kisller, rural route 1; Thomas Camp, 930 Burlington Ave.; Mrs. Edith Smith, 1930 George St.; Mrs. Mary Frushour, Lucerne; Patricia O'Toole, 901 Race St.; Everett Chumney, Walton. Dismissed: Mrs. Kenneth Pickens and daughter, 101 Lockwood St.; Charles Gaumer, rural route 1; Mrs. Carmen DeFord, 903 Cliff Miss Jennifer Thrush, Peru. astronaut flights during the June-July period when Uhey might be endangered by the nuclear space shots. The Johnston Island explosions ill be a new phase of the U. S. Pacific nuclear tests which began April 25 at Christmas Island, 1,300 miles south of Honolulu near .he equator. So far 14 announced ;ests have been conducted in the Christmas Island area. Kenneth A. Pearson Dies; Rites Set Friday MONON—Kenneth A. Pearspn, 57, of rural route 2, Wolcott, a White county farmer, died at 10:30 p.m. Monday at his home following an illness of three months. Born in Terre Haute on Jan. 27, 1905, he was the son of Theo dore and Verna Fulmer Pearson. His marriage on July 0, 1935 was to Alberta Wentz. Survivors include his widow; his mother, Mrs. Verna Allen, Monon; seven sons, Vernon, rural route 1, Monon; Eugene, rural route 2 ( Wolcott, Norman, Dennis, Carl Dean and Michael, all at homeland Cecil, with the U. S. Air Force in New Mexico; three daughters, Mrs. Doris Van Meter, Monticello; Mrs. Anna' Marie Sterrett, Idaville and Miss Dnbra Lynne,, at home; two brothers Cecil, Lafayette and Joe, Monon; two sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Doyle Monon and Mrs. Frances Beasey rural route 2, Wolcott; four half brothers, Robert and George Al len, both of Monon; Clarence Al len, Wlocott and Xenia, Ohio and Delos Allen a half-sister Mrs. Mary Connel!, of Wolcott. Funeral services will be helc at 2 p.m. 'Friday at the Stewarl funeral home in Monon with Le> roy Bock officiating. Burial wil! be in the Chapel cemetery. Friends may call at the-funeral home after 10 a.m. Thursday. Albert Smith, 57, Succumbs; Rites Scheduled Friday PERU — Albert L. Smith, 57, of 647 -Tyler, Ave., died at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday at his home. He had been ill three years. Born Feb. 12, 1905, in Miami county, he was the son of Harry A. and Theresa Gobart Smith. His marriage was in 1940 to Lucy Vigar, who survives. Also surviving are a son, Dale, and two daughters, Linda Lou and Janet, all at home; a slep- son, Larry Lewis, of Peru; four brothers, Harry .and George, both ot Peru; Gordian, of Michigan City; and Homer, of Hemlock. The deceased was an employe of the post office and had been a life-long resident of the city. Final rites will be at 1:30 p.m. Friday at the Drake-.FJpwsrs funeral home.. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. Mrs. Myrtle Pipkin, Dies; Rites Pending PERU — Mrs. Myrtle Pipkin, 74, died at 9:30 p.m. Monday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Irvin DeFord, of 186 W. Ninth St., Peru. The body was taken 'to the Eikenberry funeral home. It will be :lown to the Smith funeral home in Jackson, Tenn. foi 1 final rites and burial. NOW YOU KNOW The tallest building in the nation outside of New York City, is the Terminal Tower in Cleveland with a height of 708 feet. Bunker Hill Hospital Notes Admitted: Airman 3.C. Richard Wallace, Airman 3.C. James Hill, Mrs. Rosa MacDougal, Bonita Moore and Mrs. Mildred Crowe. Dismissed: Mrs. Terri Robbe- loth and son, Edward, Mrs. Dorothy Wyatt and Mrs. Virginia ilolmes. Births: Airman l.C. and Mrs. Kenneth Crowe are the parents of a daughter. ROCHESTER Admissions to Woodlawn hospital: Roscoe Gamble, North Manchester; Marion Kendall, Akron; Mrs. Henry Smith, 262 Race street; Bjlly demons, Macy. Dismissals: James Simhauser, Kewanna. Mrs. Herlha Graeber, 716 Madison street, was admitted to the Miller Nursing home' Sunday. Mr. and-Mrs. Claude Jameson, R.R. 5, Rochester, are the parents of a daughter. MONTICELLO Births: Saturday—A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Funk, route 2, Royal Center. A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Sears, 718 North Main, Kokomo, Monday—a son to Mr. and Mrs. James Manion, Francesville. A son to Mr. and Mrs. Bobby G. Wamsley, rural route 5. Dismissals: Friday—Bruce Edward Wiltse (Infant), route 5; Norman David Wood, route 5. Saturday — Mrs. William Heims, 514 South Main; James D. Scroggs, Idaville; Mrs. Paul Smith and daughter, Third; Miss Winona Rebecca Widner,' Monon. Sunday—Charles William Car penter, 561 South Maple; Miss Sandra Belle Kubly, 1210 Freeman Lane; William C. Richey, Buffalo. Monday—Mrs. John F. Royer, Idaville; Mrs. Richard D. Eldridge and son, route 2; Master Michael Bauer, 510 Beach Drive; Mrs. Harvey Bush and daughter, Monon; Mrs. George Gipson, Lafayelle; Miss Nancy Lingenfelter, route 3; Mrs. Howard Webb, route 2, Brookston. • —•-• Circuit Court An amended complaint was filed Tuesday in the $103,257.86 damage suit of Mrs. Virginia Jacol, administratrix of the estate of Glen Jacot, against Doyte and Herbert Corn. -The suit is the result of an auto collision May 16, 1961, at High and Fourteenth Streets in which Jacot allegedly was injured fatally. Orlo Blackslon, cement work at 1413 Chicago St., $200: James McMinn, repairs at 824 Twenlieth St., $1,500; B. W. Lidgard, residential improvements at 204 Anthony St., ?300. The Dykeman park road running by the golf clubhouse road will be closed for the balance rf this week while repairs are being made, according to Mayor Otto Neumann. The south drive will be given minor repairs while a chip and seal surface will be placed on the north lane. Cost of the repairs is expected to be $800, according to the mayor, and should be completed this week. • -•-• Justice Court Four persons were fined, Monday afternoon in the local justice of the peace court on their pleas of guilty. They were: Robert Long, 33, Peru, arrested by Trooper Richard Keyes for failure to identify himself after striking a fixed object on May 24, fined $10 and costs; A1C Larry Reeves, 21!, of the Bunker Hill Air Base, arrested May 19 by Trooper Glen Hosier for reckless driving, $5 and costs; Robert Gang, 32, Greentown, arrested May 11 by Trooper Keyes for speeding, $1 and costs; and Kenneth Boger, 4.'!, Fort Wayne, arrested May 25 by Trooper Hosier for speeding, $1 and costs. Jack Rose, 39, of 412 Humphrey St., arrested May 20 for failure to yield right of way, was found not guilty. John Bruner, 35, of Walton, arrested by Trooper Keyes' in the same accident, pleaded not guilty to charges of driving under the influence and reckless driving. His trial was set for 4 p.m. June 25. Three members of tha 1900 graduating class of Logansport high school met recently in (he home of Miss C. Morrison in Washington township. Those attending were Otto V. Luckey, of St. Petersburg, Fla., and Mrs. Leanora Uhl Flynn. • -•-a Marriage Licenses Sidney John Muir, 21, of 1022 Seventeenth St., and Carolyn Sue Hardwick, 21, of 1022 Seventeenth St. Child Hit by Car PERU—Ellen Marie Cook, four- year-old daughter of Mr. ;tnd Mrs. Dale-Cook, rural route 1, was hit by a car- at 11 a.m. Tuesday while playing in front of her home. Investigating officers said the girl apparently ran into the path of a car driven by Theodore Smith, eight miles southeast of here on state road 124 The girl was taken to Dukes liospital for .treatment. Extent of the injuries was not known immediately. John Gerold Eder, 26, of Marion, and Anne Marie Courlad, 19, of rural route 1, city. Montana Ramer, 75, Succumbs in Peru PERU—Montana Ramer, 75, of rural route 1, Peru, a retiree! night watchman for the Peru Foundry, died at 9 p.m. Monday at Dukes hospital following an illness of five years. Born Oct. 24, 1896 in Miami county, he was the son of Taylor and Hannah Hartleroad Ramer. His marriage in 1915 was to Eliza Jane Ecklebargor. Survivors include the widow; three sons, Birncll, Doris and Vermont, all of Peru; a daugh-, ter, Mrs. Robert Fairchild, Wapakoneta, Ohio; two brothers, Frank, rural route 1, Amlx>y and Claude, rural route 4, Peru; a sister, Mrs. Howard Holt, Peru; 13 grandchildren and a great- grandchild. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Thursday at the Drake-FJowers funeral home in Peru with Rev. A. W. Miley officiating. Burial will be in (he Pleasant Grove cemetery in Wabash county. Friends may call at the funeral home after noon Wednesday; Two Cars Damaged In Local Collision Two motor vehicles were damaged, one of them extensively, at Third street and Broadway shortly after 8 a.m. Tuesday. A 1954 sedan driven by Miss Dorene Hanna, 19, of rural route 2, and a 1960 milk truck driven by Cecil Trapp, 29, of rural route 1, were each headed north on Third street. According to police, Trapp had stopped his truck preparing to make a left turn onto Broadway and was struck in the rear by the Hanna car. The entire front of the sedan was damaged. The left rear tail ighl on the (ruck was also damaged. There were no injuries nor arrests. SGT. i'ORK RECOVERING JAMESTOWN, Tenn. (UPI)'- Sgt. Alvin C. York, 74, who'has fought back from a succession of serious ailments for 4he past ,20 years, apparently was recovering loday from an internal hemorrhage. Sale Calendar June 2—Clystie Weiss Est Roy Grume June 6—Pat & Dorothy Mcliale Roy Crurpe June 9—Minnie A. Maxwell , Rineharts Aucts. June 16—Earl Jordon Estate Rineharts, Aucts.

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