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Thursday Evening, May 31, 1962. Along This Summer in one of these LATE MODEL USED CARS! 1 €V/_ 1 DTVKlYI'AlP Catalma 4 door jodan, hydramatlc, dark green. 1961 CHEVROLET power itearing, radio, padded dash/ Impala 4 door hardtop, white, with fawn trim, V-8, radio, heater, power steering, brakes, turboglide, white tires. 1 Tempest 4 door sedan/ hydramatlc, beige -finish. Biscayne 4 door sedan, powerglide radio, and hooter. Fairlctne 4 door V-B, Fordomafic, radio, heater/ 2 tone white and yellow. fUEAf DOI ET 4 c ' oor a * aiicn wagtmv rf eyf., powar WnCVRULGl glide, radio, heater, new paint, 2 1961 1960 tone green. and white. ' Bel Air 4 door, 6 cyl., powerglido, radio, heater, white tires, turquoise 1956 CHEVROLET 2po t; g ',£ n ' 6 ""- *| 'ft C C i^'UlUVD'rtSI iFT ^ e ' ^' r ^ ^ oor & cyl., power glide, * * *»*^ Vnt V i\VLt I radio, heater, tinted glass, white lidewalls, like new! SEVERAL CHEAP CARS TO CHOOSE FROM , 1OA1 rU'CWDniET % ton Fleetsido pickup truck I 7O I Vnt V KULt I demonstrator, heater,, turn signals, rear burnper, custom cab, dark green finish, „ __ TRUCKS -_ IQCQ rifFVPftf'FT 1% ton cob and cha "' s ' 6 I7J7 VnCVKVLLI cy |j nc | 0 r, good rubber, heater, oil filter. 1 Q CQ ^"'UlEl/Drtll CT ^* '° n pickup. Healer and * *** * Vlifcw I\VLC I O jj f;|| er , ] owner, low mileage. 1958 CHEVROIET^ootr,.™* 2 !peed 1957 INTERNATIONAL tr panel radio 1957 INTERNATIONAL D T^±J, 2 3 »' yard dump bodies, 900x20 tires, 2 speed axle. 1952 CHEVROIET I/J Ton pickup I ^J£> V,n£VIYVJLEI heater, oil filter. 1AC1 Fft/Ofi F-600 6 cylinder, 2 speed axle, I 7 J I rvnU 825x20 tires. CROP REPORT LAFAYETTE, Irid. (OTl)-Crop reporters said today that Indiana's corn crop was 85 .per cent planted last Saturday compared with a normal percentage of 65. Arid soybeans were 60 per cent jlanted compared with a normal 45. DILLMANS CHEVROLET Clymers, Ind. Ph. 40723 Bldg. Wrecking,'Razing Lets clean up Logansport. Save now with special prices. Fully insured contractor. 21518 - 21517 _JIND ABANDONED BABY LA PORTE, Ind. (UPI)-A baby boy found abandoned only hours after its birth was reported jn good condition today at Holy Family Hospital at LaPorte. The baby was discovered Wednesday' by Mrs, Carl Rahe, Cleveland, Ohio, in the-restroom of a rest park near Walkerton along U.S. 6 and apparently had been born only a short time before she found it. More than 1,400 rose varieties have been named for • famous women; 900 for men of achievement. For All Your Case & New Idea FARM EQUIPMENT NEEDS •SEE OR ICALL Winamac Sales Inc. Winamac, IncJ. IPh. 946-3117 Distric? BECK, MRS. MABEL, 75, of Cokomo. . Funeral services at ..2 >.m. Saturday, Burlington Chrisian church. Burial in Burlington cemetery. Call at the Leiter funeral home in Flora after 4 p.m. JYiday and at the church one lour prior to rites. BRUNKALA, WILMA M., 34, of Bunker Hill Air Force Base. Funeral services'.and burial from the Buchanan funeral home in Jackson, 111, HAVE YOUR CAR NOW! Enjoy your vacation and be sure the car you drive is ... SAFE! Have it thoroughly checked - FREE! MAY IS CAR SAFiTY MONTH! FREE 10 POINT CHECK Rear Lights Front Light* Brakes Exhaust System Tires Windshield Wipers Steering System Glass Horn Roar View Mirror INSPECT - DETECT - CORRECT DRIVE IN TODAY JOHNSON iFDRD SALES IMC. Market at 25th Ph. 5103-5104 Deaths and Funerals City, Gass County GROSS, MISS ANNA, 67, of rural route ,1, Star City. Funeral services,at 1 p.m. Saturday, Harrison funeral home, Royal Cen- ;er. Burial in Acacia Park ceme- iery in Chicago. Friends, may call after noon Friday at the funeral and Mrs. Jimmy Wail, 1428'Wright St., a daughter; to Mr. and Mrs. James Norzinskay, 705 Helm St.; a daughter;vto Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pugh, M51 Pottawattomie Rd., a son: MEMORIALV-Born to Mr. and Urs. Kenneth Scheit'el, rural route 2, Galveston, a daughter; to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Duncan, rural route 2, Galveston, a son; to Mr. and Mrs. Francis 'Spencer, rural route 6, a daughter; to Mr, and Mrs. George. Hornbeck, rural route 2,. Walton, a son; to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehler, 3513 High St. Rd., a daughter. EUIUT, MRS. FLOYD, 63, of Twelve Mile. Funeral services at 2 p.m. Saturday, Eikenberry funeral home, Peru. Burial in Ever- Rest cemetery. Call at the funeral nome after 2 p.m. Friday. HANEY, RAYE, 67, of St. Pe- ersburg, Fla. Funeral services at 2 p.m. Monday, Ditmire-Davidson 'uneral home in Fulton. Burial in Fulton cemetery. Call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Saturday. HAWKINS, LUMAN R., 56, of Flora. Funeral services at 2 p.m. Friday, Leiter funeral home, Flora. Burial in Maple Lawn cemetery, Call 'at the funeral home. PEARSON, KENNETH 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. . SIDENBENDER, ELVA, 7G, of Wheeling. Final rites 2 p.m. Sunday at the Leiter funeral home in Flora, Rev. Dallas Landrum officiating. Interment in the North Union cemetery. Friendsjnay call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Friday. SMITH, ALBERT L., 57, Peru. Final rites at 1:30 p.m. Friday, Drake-Flowers funeral home. Burial in Mt. Hope cemetery. WINEBRENNER, WILLIAM C, 70, of rural route 3, Winamac Funeral services at 2 p.m. Friday, Fry and Lange funeral home Winamac. Burial in McKinley Memorial Gardens. Call -at the funeral home. The Upper Green River basin of western Wyoming has long been famous -as habitat for sage grouse. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Twenty-thre* COMMUNITY BRIEFS Around JTie Town Births ST. JOSEPH Born to Mr. Bunker Hill Hospital Notes Tuesday Admitted: T.Sgt. Cletus Pad- ;ett, Mrs. Barbara McWilliams, Michael 1 . Thompson, Virginia rlolmes, Kathryn Stopp and Deborah Downer. Dismissed: Mary Hessig, Patrick Fruth and Caroline Dunham, Births:' A son 'to Capt. and Mrs. McWilliams and a daughter to S.Sgt. and Mrs. Stopp. Wednesday Admitted: Airman 3C Rodney Shawver, Airman 3C Floyd Wilson, Peggy Davis, James O'Brien, Linda Kettenhofen, Mary Hessig and Joseph Veraldi. Dismissed: Airman 3C Richard Wallace, Airman 3C James Hill, T. Sgt. Cletus Padgett, Caroline Cordcs. Jeanne Orren, Deborah Downer and Ramona Kasmarcik. ROCHESTER* Admissions to Woodlawn hospital: Mrs. Agnes Rans, Mentone; Mrs. Loyd Cook, R.R. 3, Rochester;- Mrs. Mary Chalk, 1502>/ 2 College avenue; Mrs. Nettie Kramer, 308 Jefferson street; George Tobey, R.R. 1, Rochester; Emerson See, R.R. 1, Rochester; Patricia Ann Can-, Peru. Dismissals: Mrs. Lawrence McLean and son, Kewanna; Mrs. Walter Cumberland and daughter, 1109 East 9th; Weldon, Sherrard, R.R. 1, Rochester; William Clemans, Macy. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Brown, Macy, are the parents of a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sarver, Macy, are the parents of a daughter. MON'TICELLO Dismissals: Tuesday—Mrs. Earl Spoor, 525 South Maple street; Mrs. Luther Schnepp, 1008 Lake street; and Mrs. Robert Fox, 109 West St. Mary's Avenue. Read the Want Ads! Hospital Notes ST.- JOSEPH - Admitted: Mrs. Betty Davidson, Twelve Mile; Mrs. Goldie Vernon, 515 Eleventh; Hobart Marks, Peru; Edward Riddle, South Bend; Mas- ;er Thomas Campbell, rural route 1, Royal Center; Baby David Friskey, 1027 Erie Ave.; Mrs. Lilly Osborn, 420 Barren St.; Frank Moran, 1010 TwentyJirst St.' Dismissed: Clarence Wall, 114 East Xoselawn Dr.; Robert Morris, 1013 Twenty-first St.; Mrs. Vcra Fettig, 1802 Jefferson St.; Miss Bonnie Wray, 206 Wheatland Ave.; Miss Mary Halm, 1410 Seven- .eenth St.; Mrs. Bernadetle Houshour, 1212 Erie Ave.; Baby John Muckenfuss, 909 Race St.; Baby Jynthia Leydet, 1408 Wright St.; Baby Lauanne Fry, Camden; Thomas Camp, 930 Burlington Ave.; Master Thomas Dryer, 809 West Miami Ave.; Miss Shirley Pursh, 1527 McCarthy St.; Mrs. rranet Graves, 220 Hammon St.; Mrs. Nellie Specie, 422 West Melbourne Ave.; Mrs. Edilh Smith, 1930 George St.; Dewey Leasure, 322 Pollard St.; Miss Betty Edwards, 1800 Wright St.; Mrs. Wayne Davis and daughter, 1016 Lynas St.. MEMORIAL — Admitted: Mrs. Stella Morgan, 507 Wheatland Ave.; Louis DeBarge, 210 Thirteenth St.; Franklin Noble, rural route 4; Mrs. Levera Byers, 2 Hillside Dr.; Mrs. Katie Green, 508 Eleventh St.; Lester Hunt, rural route 6; Herbert Gish, rural route 4; Mrs. Mary Miller, rural route 2, Andrews; Miss Tracy Fivecoate, rural route 1, Frankfort. Dismissed: Miss Theresa Bolechala, 1825 Meadlawn Ave.; Mrs. Robert Burnett and daughter, 1708 North St.; Mrs. Mary Barbour, 1919 Grant St.; John Graham, Burrows; Miss Connie, Masters William and Thomas Hayden, rural route 6; Miss Karen Hirt, rural route 2, Royal Center; Mrs. Hilda Kile, rural route 1, Galveston; Mrs. Robert Schock and son, Camden; Miss Priscilla Whybrew, rural route 4, Winamac; Master Richard Ayres, rural route 1, Bringhurst; Mrs, Evelyn Baker, 101 East Columbia St.; Mrs: Ferron Crook and son, Peru; Master Joseph Bowyer, rural route 2, Walton; Master Rory Leidy, Mexico; Mrs. Waller Ma- loll and daughter, rural route 5; Mrs. Lennie Rhine, rural route 4; Miss Carla Ware, Peru; Mrs. Edna Woodruff, 800 North St. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Burrough, of Marshall, Mo., 'are the parents of a son, Mark Allen, born on Memorial Day. Mrs. Burrough is the daughter of Mayor and Mrs. Otto Neumann and Dale is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ivor Burrough, city. LATE MODEL FIESTA TRADE-INS mo famine Calali no convertible. Beautiful Provincal white, with rod Interior, new whito side wall tir«s. Hydramatic transmission, pow er steering, power brakes, an extremely . <tO^M'O nice car ^>ZO*l7 I960 FORD Fatrlane 4 door sedan,' VS engine, Crui&omatic trammiision, power steering, power brakes, glislaning red exterior with gray interior. Another nice 1 own$1549 er trade- in 1960 OLDSMOBILE Dynamic 88 2 door Holiday hardtop. Beautiful Cordovan brown with boige top, tan interior, power steering and brakes, radio, heater, white tiros, tinted windshield and rear wnidow. — Gets saving, regular fuel ongin. 1958 PONTIAC Chieftain 2 door hardtop rydra- malic transmission, .power steering and brakes, boautiful gray and white with gray interior. — You'll have to see this ose to really appreciate it . , . $1099 1956 OLDSMOBILE Super 88 Holiday 4 door hard- fop. Beautiful red and while with red inferior. . Hydramatic transmission. Another exceptionally fine ear $789 MYERS OLDS-CADIt'LAC 231 C. BROADWAY Phone5141 DAYS LEFT 2 FOR MYERS OLDSMOBILE-CADILLAC MAY SALES After breaking our own sales record in March, we are out to break that record ... and will! We're also gunning for top spot in the Oldsmobile Spring Fiesta sales contest. YOU1L NEVER BUY A NEW OLDS THIS YEAR FOR LESS! FRIDAY and SATURDAY! LOOK AT THESE LOW PRICES DYNAMIC 88 4 DOORS As law 'As 2989 OLDSMOBILE SURER 88's AS 'UO'W AS •CLASOTC 98's AS 'LOW AS . . $3489 $3889 DYNAMIC 88 HARDTOPS As Low As $ 231 f. BROADWAY 3189 CADIUAC PHONE 5141 'A GOOD DEAL.. .PLUS A GREAT DEAL MORE 7 'AS IS' SPECIALS Buy these this weekend only, before we clean them up. We must reduce our inventory to winl 1956 OLDSMOBIL1 Classic 98 4 door Holiday hardtop. Full power 'plus air conditioning. Stock No. F126A $979 $499 1956 FORD Fairlane 2 door hardlop, V8 engine, Fordomolk, Stock No. O190A 1956 FORD 4 door station wagon Slock No. 0172A 1956 PONTIAC 2 door hardtop Stock No. UP25A ' 1956 BUICK 2 door hardtop. Super Stock hb. O198A. 1955 BUICK Special 2 door hardtop. Dyna- flow, power steering and brakes. . Stock No. C137B. $349 1955 MiERCUtY 4 door sedan l (tO7'O Slock No. 01650 ?A/7 1955 MERCURY 2 door hardtop. £ | QQ Stock No, O139C. $1/7 1955 OLDSMOBILE 4 Door Sedan. Stock No. 022-U, 1955 FORD 3 seat station wagon Slock No. O142A. MYERS 531 IE. iBROlADWAY Phone 51 41 Circuit Court The suit of Paul Thomas vs. Doris Thomas, the Kansas City Life Insurance Co., and (he S. and L. Gravel company for foreclosure of a mortgage was venueH Lo White county by agreement after Special Judge Robert Thomp-; son granted a defense motion for- a change of venue from^the CassT circuit court. ; Marriage Licenses • Joseph Titus, 22, of rural route! 3, city, and Sharon Kay Hancock,; 16, of rural route 1, Idaville. Thomas Newman, 21, of B<-?WIK wood, Texas, and Sharon Lea; Hicks, 20, of Royal Center. " • Max Trapp, 22, of rural route 1,1 ?lpra, and Rhonda Lynn Berk-shire, 18, of rural route 1, Royal! Center, ' ; James Miller, 21, of rural route- I, city, and Sharon Lyn Hardin,' 20, of 1014 North St. ; Elizabeth Betty McGillis, 49, : of; .he Star hotel, is held in the Cass- county jail facing charges of drug! addiction. She was arrested, by; city police at 11:30 a.m. Tues-'. day shortly after she had been; released from Memorial hospital.; Mrs. Pearl Layson, of 1515 East; Broadway, will leave June 7 for' Arlington Heights, 111., where she will attend the graduation of her granddaughter, Susan M. Layson,. on June 7 and her wedding on June 16. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L, Boughton and family, of Auburn,' Calif;, have arrived to visit Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Boughton, of 1503 Pleasant Hill. John D. McGlothin, son of Mr. and Mrs. John C. McGlothin of 617 Indiana Ave,, Rochester, Ind., completed recruit training, May II, at the Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, III. Onejn Every 40 Hoosiers Goofed On Tox Return INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)-At least one in every 4C Hoosiers made a mistake in preparing his 1961 gross income tax return. That report came today from Commissioner James C. Courtney, of the Indiana Department of State Revenue. He estimated that more than 40,000 of the 1,600,000 Hoosiers filing returns had made mistakes. For the first time every lax return is being checked by an electronic computer. Courtney said that notices of lax error will be mailed out as rapidly as they are caught and the taxpayers will be asked to recheck their records. While some of the errors have l)een at the expense of the taxpayers themselves, Courtney said the majority will show additional lax due. A 15 million ton deposit of linieslone was uncovered recently in Pakistan. Ide-Mar Service, Inc. WE SPECIALIZE IN ALL TYPES OF FA3M 1 EQUIPMENT AND . TRACTOR REPAIR IN OUR SHOP OR IN THE. FIELD PORTABLE WELDING ACETYLENE AND' ELECTRIC Phone 4358 Bob Martin Warren Martin Guaranteed Used , Refrigerators! : Recent trade-ins on Frigidaire refrigerators that have been' thoroughly instrument checked and repaired where needed. Fully guaranteed and purchase- able on convenient terms. - Frigidaire all porcelain B cu ft' with wide freezer $89.95 General Electric 6 cu ft,.nice cabinet $49.95' NORGE 8 cu. ft. wide freezer. $69.95 CROSLE.Y il cu ft wide, freezer,'; extra nice $119.95 GENERAL ELECTRIC 7 cu ft. $49.95. NORGE, Apartment size with automatic defrost ....$69.95. FRIGIDAIRE 9 cu ft. wide freezer-, $79.95 SEKVEL ELECTRIC, wide-' freezer, 10 cu ft. automatic^ defrost $39.95 GIBSON 8 cu ft, wide freezer $59.95/ OTHERS AS LOW AS....$25.00 ~Also automatic washers and electric ranges that have been placed in 1st 1 class condition' and are guaranteed. 315 4TH ST. • DIAL 2762

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