Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 31, 1962 · Page 6
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 6

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Thursday, May 31, 1962
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Sis Loganspprt. Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Thursday Evening, Shortage Of Labor For Crops WDI'ANAPOLJS (UPD— Shortages of labor already have developed in the young Indiana crop season,- the Indiana Employment Security Division reported today. The division's weekly farm labor bulletin said hot weather created ideal growing conditions but brought labor shortages in the Mocking and cultivation of direct seeded tomatoes. It said strawberries ripened a week to 10 days early downstate and spot shortages of pickers developed. The report showed that 1,619 out-of-area workers were on duty in the state last week. The report by areas: Logansport — Agricultural activities on schedule for a normal year. Some spot labor shortages being filled by transfer of workers between employers. Principal activates involve .planting and cul- vation of muck crops and truck gardens. Soutih Bend—JLabor supply and demand in balance but will need additonail workers within the next two weeks. Have 25 contract Puerto Rican workers employed in fresh vegetables. Local labor force consists of Latin Americans who are residents of the area, some women and high school age youth. Have one group of Explorer. Scouts working as a unit to earn funds for trip to world's fair. Gary—Labor supply and demand in balance. Tomato setting nearly completed. Most activities carried out with local labor. Have insufficient workers committed for pickle cultivation and harvest starting about July 5. ' Lafayette—Labor supply and demand in balance. Asparagus harvest 50 per cent complete. Tomato setting 80 percent done. Local labor mostly youth now out of school. Anderson—'Labor supply and de. mand in balance. Tomato setting nearly done. Fort Wayne—Currently short 100 out-of - .area workers for tomato 'blocking. Tomato setting almost completed. Indianapolis—Labor supply and demand in balance. Strawberry harvest under way somewhat, early due to hot weather. Direct seeded tomatoes being blocked and transplanting well along. Kokomo-Peru—Labor supply an demand in balance. Tomato set- ing rapidly coming to an end. Marion—Labor supply and de. mand in balance. Local day-had crews alleviating shortages resulting from late arrival of out-of- state workers. Tomato setting and blocking going along rapidly. Muncie—Current need 50 tomato Mockers, will need 100 more with- ing two weeks. New Castle — Labor supply in balance. Tomato setting 60 per cent complete. Seeded acreage not ready for blocking. Columbus—Labor supply and demand in balance. Strawberry harvest under way with local labor. End of school alleviated-demand for pickers. Tomato setting and blocking about 10 per cent com- •plete. Connersville — Tomato setting about 40 per cent complete. Plants •set out in excellent condition. •Showers helped alleviate hot, dry ,weather conditions. Evansville— Strawberry harvest just starting with local labor used. Lawrenceburg — Labor supply and demand in balance. Principal activity tomato transplanting. Anticipate no labor shortage until harvest time. New Albany — Strawberry har- ,.vest about 10 days ahead of schedule, causing shortage ol pickers. Same migrant not yet on hand and schools still in session. Vincermes — Labor supply and demand in balance. Some crews failed to keep commitments, causing temporary shortage of toma-U blockers. Strawberry h a r v e s' about 50 per cent finished. NOTICE OP ADMINISTRATION IN KB: Kstato ot Walter PliorBon Deceased. In the Circuit Court of Cass County, Indiana Notice ia hereby .given that .Joseph 'W. Johnson was on the 15tl day of May, 1962 appointed administrator of the estate ol Wai tor E. Phorson, deceased. All persons havlnK claim; against said estate, -whether or not now flue, must file the same in said court within six months Irom the date ot tho first publl cation of this notice or sab claims will bo barred. Dated at-tiOBansport, Indiana this 15th day of May, 1962. Clarence R. Settlcmyre for Caas County, Indiana Marshall, Hlllis, Hillls & Button G20 Union Bank Bids. Kokomo. Ind. NOTICE OP ADMINISTRATION STATE OF INDIANA) ) SSI COUNTY OP CASS ) „ IN THE CASS CIRCUIT COUR APRIL TERM, 1063 Notice 1» hereby given tna Thcda G. L,effel wan, on 161 day of May, 19C2, appointed Ad mlnlstratrlx with the Will An ncxed o£ Clyatlo M. Weliis, de ceased. All persons havlnK claim against said estate, whether o not now due. must file the sam in said court within six Cb months from the date of the lira publication of this notice or sal claims will be forever barred. Dated at Losansport, Indiana this 15th day ot May, MM. Clarence R. Settlemyro Clerk of the Circuit. Cour for Cass County, Indiana Miller, Tolbert & Hlrsohauer Attorney for Estate Read the Want Ads! I couldn't resist those fantastic bargains on your window posters. And Boy what a pit crew you got. I surewdsinandoutof there in a hurry. I'm going to send my crew over to take some lessons ... by the way how do I get back to the track. I still got 16 laps to go ... I still can't figure out how I made the wrong tu rn and ended up in your parking lot. BONUS BUY HILLS BROTHERS COFFEE BONUS MEADOW FOODS Cottage DRIP OR REG. CAN Jflf MONTICfUO 101 ON. Main St. LOGANSPORT 18th and Erie ABFILIAiTE'D WITH SCOT LAO FOODS, INC. 2 UB. CARTONS Check and Compare—See how much You Save GRAHAM CRACKERS UPTON'S TEA BAGS 100 COIK UPTON'S INSTANT TEA m oz. «* UPTON'S ' TEA BAGS 48 COUNT 33c 12c 49c BRILLO SCOURING 'PADS DOME KRAFT BARBEQUE SAUCE KRAFT SPAGHETTI DINNER .GIANT PKG. .iREG. PKlG; .CAN .REG. BOX DASH COMET LIFEBOY .GIANT .BATH SIZE HANDY ANDY BLEACH CLOROX KRAFT'S MIRACLE WHIP DEL MONTE FRUIT COCKTAIL MORTON'S SALT SOOT iLAD CRACKERS ... FRANCO AMERICAN MACARONI UBBY .GPANT . QUART .QUART . 303 CAN .REG. BOX . 1 iB. BOX , 15'/4 OZ. CAN DEEP BROWN BEANS »cz. ^ 37c 29c 36c 24c 75c 14c 15c 69c 19c 39c 23c lie 25c 18c 13c 12c 39c 2k 19c 21c 33c VAN 'CAMP'S HOMINY N O 2 CAN HUNT'S ' 1f| TOMATO SAUCE oz. CAN lUC CONlTADHNlA TOMATO PASTE . oz. «* SMUCKBR'S APPLE BUTTER *. oz. JA » SMUCKER'S APPLE JELLY ^ ^ ^ STOKELY'S PIMENTOS 4 CROSS ROADS CIDER VINEGAR BATHROOM TISSUE CHARMIN 4ROUPKG SCOT'LAD MILK TAIL CAN DEL MONTiE OLIMG PEACHES NO. 2Vi CAN OELMONTiE/ PEAR HALVES '....MORGAN EATWBUL GRATED TUNA , FLAT CAN GREAT NORTHERN BEANS 2 LB. iPKG. DEL MONTE DRIED PRUNES MEDIUM .1 IB. SUN8WEBT PRUNE JUICE : SCOT LAD 1 A BOOK MATCHES i...,...«»,<» so IOC • RED CROSS " , . MACARON! or SPAGHETTI 7 <«. «>x ARM & HAMMER SAL SODA 3LB.,70Z.BOX • Farm Fresh Dairy Products JVLEADOWMOOR Milk 2 BONUS BUY PURINA GRADE A SMALL Eggs Quick and easy meals. BONUS BUY 29c 38c 19c 27c 37c 43c COAST FROZEN CONCEf LEMOls 2 12 OZ. : CAN MINUTE TAPIOCA ...8 OZ. BOX lie 35c 27c • Garden Fresh Produce U.S.NO.l ALABAMA NEW Red Pot 10 IB. BAG

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