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Jfonday Evening, June 4, 1962. Late Markets Hawkins 200 to 320' , 15.65 220 to 240 ....= 1535 240 to 260 15.00 260 to 280 '. 14.50 280 to 300 14.00 Sows .\ 13.75 down Boars ,.- 9.00 down. Bumettsyille Poultry Leghorns .03 Heavey Hens 17 Third Street Market Lambs 18 Beef Hides 05 Veal Hides 13 Producers Marketing Assn. 190 to 215, No. 1 16.50 190 to 220, No. 2, No. 3. ... 16.00 Sows 13.75 down Boars 10.00 down Wayne's Produce Heavy Hens 10 Leghorns 07 Klumpp Produce (Deei Creek) Heavy Hens .12 Leghorns .07 Eggs 19 Popejoy's Poultry Farm Heavy Hens 15 Deaths and Funerals City, Cass County DEHAVEN, MRS. MAUDE, 85, 730 East Broadway. Final rites at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, McCloskey-Hamillon-Kahle funreal home. Burial in the Walton cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral iome after 7 p.m. Monday. RUSH, MRS. ALICE, 80, 808 Nineteenth St. Final rites at 9 a.m. Wednesday, St. Vincent's church. Burial in Ml. Calvary cemetery. Rosary services at 7:30 p.'m. Tuesday, at the Kroeger funeral home. Friends may call there after 7 p.m. Monday. STREW, MISS MARGARET M., 57, Chicago. Final rites at'8 p.m Monday, Fisher funeral home. 3urial in Montrose cemetery, Chicago. Friends may call at the 'uneral home. CHICAGO (UPI)-JProduce: Live poultry roasters 20'/4-22, mostly 21V4-22; special fed White Rock fryers 18&-19&. Cheese single daisies 38'/4-40; longhorns 38%-40)4; processed loaf 36-38; Swiss Grad A 47-52; B 45-50. Butter steady; 93 -score 57; 92 score 57; 90 score 54%; 89 score 531/4. Eggs about steady, white large extras 25; mixed large extras 25; mediums 21; standards 24. INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — Livestock: Hogs 7,000;- barrows and gilts about steady, instances weak on 190-225 1-b uniform 190-225 Ib scarce at 16.65-16.75; a small 'lot 16.85; bulk 180-240 Ib' 16.00-16.65; a few down to 15.75; 240-270 Ib 15.5016.00; uniform 240-250 Ib 16.0016.25; 270-310 Ib 14.75-15.50; a few 15.75; 310-350 Ib W.25-14.75; 150-170 Ib 14.00-16.00; sows steady to strong 300-400 Ib 13.75-14.50; 400600 Ib 13,00-13.75; 550-650 Ib 12.76 13.00. Cattle 3,400; calves 100; early sales steers and heifers about steady, bulk still unsold; good and mixed good and choice steers 23.00-25.00; choice 25,50; good to mostly choice mixed steer and heifer yearlings 25.00; good and mixed good and choice heifers 22.00-24.50; cows steady; utility and commercial cows 15.00-16.50; a few head 17.00; canners and cutters 13.00-15.00; bulls strong; utility and commercial 18.00-21.00; vealers steady; good and. choice 26.00-30.00; standard and low good 22.00-26.00. Sheep 650; spring lambs mostly 1.00 higher; old crop lambs about steady; prime 22.50; choice and mixed choice and prime 20.00 22.00; good to low choice 18.0020.00; 125 head good and choice shorn with 'fall shorn 16.50, . CHICAGO (UPD—Livestock: Hogs 10,000; steady to 25 lower; No 1-2. 190-220 1-b 16.50-16.75; 40 head 16.85, 70 head sorted from 100 head around 215 Ib 17.00; mixed No 1-3 180-230 Ib 16.0016.50; 220-240 Ib 15.50-16.00; 240270 Ig 15.00-15.50; No 2-3 260-290 Ib 14.50-15.00; 280-310 Ib 14.0014.5; few loads 310-335 Ib 13.7514.00. Cattle 17,000, calves 25; slaughter steers steady to weak with Thursday's average; heifers steady to 25 lower) two loads prime 1290-1325 Ib fed steers 28.25; most high choice and mixed choice and prime 1100-1350 Ib 26.50-27.50; bulk choice 950-1350 Ib 24.75-26.50; most good 22.75-24.50; load mixed choice and prime 1050 Ib heifers 25.75; choice 24.50-25.50; good 22.00-24.00; few good and choice vealers 25.00-28.00. Sheep 500; spring slaughter lambs strong to 50 higher; old crop slaughter lambs scarce, about steady; several lots choice and prime 90-100 Ib spring lamb; 22.00-23.00;. piickage good anc choice, mostly good, 100 Ib shorn slaughter lambs 18.00. ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES By United Press International A-bovd-normal temperatures and intermittent showers and thunder storms are expected to feature the Indiana weather menu this week. Slightly cooler .. temperatures during the weekend brought a little relief from the record warmth of the month of May, but the mer cury was expected to average from 75 to 86' at daytime highs and 55 to 66 at nighttime lows through Saturday, Current forecasts called for con siderable cloudiness today anc partly cloudy conditions Tuesday with scattered showers and thun dershowers today and tonight ant possibly again Tuesday in the northern third of the state. The five-day outlooks indicate! temperatures would average 2 to 6 degrees above normal north ant 2 or 3 degrees above normal else where with little day-to-daj change. Precipitation will tola one-half to one inch with scatterec showers and thunder storms throughout the week in the riortl and mainly tonight and latter par of the week elsewhere. WILHELM, BURYL ROSS, 71, rural route 4. Final rites at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, Fisher funeral :iome. Burial in the Keeps Creek cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. Elks .services there at 7:30 p.m. Monday. District JACKSON, LUTHER E., 64, of rural route 2, Rochester. Funeral services at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Ditmire-Davidson funeral home, Ful- .on. Burial in Fulton cemetery, all at the funeral home after 7 3.m. Monday. MUSA1LL, MRS. MARGARET, H, of rural route 2, Star City. Funeral services at 2 .p.m. Wednesday, Fry and Lange funeral iome, Wina'mac. 'Burial in Pro cemetery. Call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Monday. , PORTER, MRS. ALICE, 83, of Delphi, Funeral, services at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Jackson funeral home, Delphi. Burial in Camden cemetery, Call at' the funeral home after noon Tuesday. ROTH, ORVHJLE M., 69, of Monticello. Funeral services at 10 : 30 a.m. Wednesday, Aufenberg and White funeral home, Monticello. Burial in Riverview cemetery. Call at the funeral home after noon Tuesday. Two Added to 'Cliff Staff Two social workers have been added to the staff of the Logansport state hospital, bringing the total 'number of .social workers there to 11, it was announced Monday by Dr. Ernest Fogel, superintendent. They 'are William Simmons, who came here from Los Angeles, Calif., and Mrs. Janice Shriver, of Lafayette. Simmons received his BS degree in 1942 from the Florida Agriculture and Mining College and his Master of Science in .Social Administration degree from Western Reserve in 1947. He worked at Longcliff as a social worker from June, 1958, until Aug; 1, 1&57, when he went to Grambling College, La., as an in structor in social work. From 1960 until he came here he was employed by the Neighborhood Youth Association in Los Angeles. He is married a'/id has four children. Mrs. Shriver, formerly of Kewanna, III., received her Bachelor degree from Valparaiso universi- ;y in 1960. She was employed at Beatty Memorial stale hospital while attending Valparaiso. Another social worker is expected in a week or two, it was reported. SOVIET URGES U. S. TO HALT NUCLEAR TESTS MOSCOW (UPI) - The Soviet Union urged the United States to call off its high altitude nuclear test only hours before it was scheduled to be held and warned it would take "appropriate measures" lo safeguard its security. The Russian warning came in an official government stalemenl broadcast over Moscow Radio Sunday night. "Pay heed ' to the lawful demands of the people and give up conducting tests at high alti- 'tudes," the statement said. The Soviet government said i deemed it necessary to "draw the attention of all countries and peoples to the intentions of the U.S.A to take extremely dangerous action by transferring the nu clear arms race to outer space.' The statement said U. S. high altitude tests could have ' "fata consequences." . • The Russians charged that the nuclear explosion in space woulc hinder the flight of spacemen disrupt radio communications and alter weather conditions. "If the government of the -Unit ed States," the Soviet stateirien said, "will put into execution its intentions and continue to condue high altitude explosions, it w.i.l take on the entire responsi bility of worsening the interna tionar situation." 83 Enroll At Tipton Tipton 1 township high school ipened its second annual summer chool program Monday morning vith an enrollment of 83 students, 3 above last year. Principal Robert Cole said he ixpects to add-at least two more tudents. Eleven courses are being offer- id in two two-hour 1 classes each norning. 'The session extends hrough July 28. The program is inanced by the state and no tui- ion is charged! students from ?ipton or nearby high schools. Eight high schools are represented in.the summer school enrollment. They-are Tipton township, Bunker Hill, Galveston, Washing- on township, Young America, arroll, Kokomo and Marion Ben. nett. Logansport high school's summer program, the only other in Cass county, will open next Monday and extend through Aug. 3. Three Meted Prison terms Three local men were sentenced .q the stale prison for 2 to 14 /ears and fined $10 and costs on 'orgery charges by Judge Norman fiesling in the Cass Circuit court VTonday morning. They are Joseph Emrah, 36, of 89 Eighth St.; William C. Baber, 15, of 2216 Spear St.; and Robert Swisher, 45, of 129 East Market St. Emrah was charged with for jjery and the other two were charged with passing a forged instrument. Emrah allegedly forged .he name of his mother to the checks which the men passed. All three of the men, who previously had pleaded guilty to the charges, have lengthy records, chiefly for public intoxication, the sre-sentence investigation by Pro- jation Officer Raymond Skelton showed. Emrah has served two penal 'arm terms and Swisher has served three penal farm terms, a :erm in state prison for breaking and entering, and another term 'or burglary ,and parole violation. George Brubaker was attorney 'or the defendants and Prosecu- :or Earl Palmer appeared for the state. IOCKFIELD GRADUATION even Rockfield eighth .graders eceived their ' diplomas .during ommencement exercises held re- ently at the Rockfield Christian hureh. Special awards were pre- ented to Ruth Ann Shonk, Bill Wilburn, Mike Fincher, Renda Mrs. Alice Rush Succumbs; Rites On Wednesday Mrs. Alice Hush,. 80, of 808 Nineteenth St., died at 10:30 p.m. Sunday at St. Joseph's hospital after a lingering illness. She was born July 8, 1881,. in Logansport, the.daughter of Frank and Mary Fox Lee. Her marriage was to Edward Rush, who preceded her in death in 1955. Surviving are three sbns anc three daughters: Edward, of 2003 Jefferson St.; Francis,' 300'/4 North St.; Paul, Crown Point; Mrs. Raymond Handley, Crown Point; Mrs, Raymond Davis Bunker I-lill; and Mrs. Harolc Fellers, 911 Twenty-second st. Also surviving are 32 grand children; 21 great-grandchildren three sisters, Mrs. .William H Honick, 3118 East Broadway; 'Mrs Ralph Wilson, 1411 Smead St.; Mrs.,-Edna Berbth, Tucson,'Ariz, and a brother, Jack Keller, o Tucson. . A son, Frederick, preceded her in death in 1950. The deceased was a member 61 the St. Vincent's church anc Rosary Society. Final rites will be at 9 'a.m Wednesday at Stv.'Vincent's, Msgr John P. Schall officiating.. Buria will be in Mt. Calvary cemetery Friends may ball at the Kroe ger funeral home after 7 p.m Monday.' 1 Rosary Society services will be conducted there at 7:3i 'p.m. Tuesday. Open Longcliff Swimming Pool The Logansport state hospita swimming pool was officially opened for the summer at 11 a.rr Monday. • Patients will be taken to th pool on a regular summer schec ule. The life guards are Edwarc Fitzgerald and Eugene. | Harkin both of this, city, college student who are home for the summer. Gromnger, Nancy Myers, Richard Flory and James .Ferrier. Those graduating included, left to right, James A. Ferrier, Nancy 1 J. Myers, Michael E. Fincher, Ruth A. Shonk, Bill E. Wilburn, Renda C.. Groninger. and . Richard A. Flory." Supervisors Will Meet Herschel Skinner, Indianai slate jersonnel director, and his staff will be at Longcliff all day Wednesday to. conduct a workshop for .upervisors of four northern Indiana state institutions. Approximately 60 persons are expected to attend the sessions on daily problems of personnel administration. The staffs of Logansport state hospital, Norman Beatty Memorial hospital, Fort Wayne State "Ichool, and the Northern Children's hospital, South Bend, will )e represented. Mrs. Alice Porter, 83, Succumbs in Delphi; Final Rites Wednesday DELPHI - Mrs- Alice Ashby 'orter, 83, of Delphi, a registered nurse, passed away Monday morning at 8:30 at the Lesley Nursing Home here after an illness of two months. She was born in Carroll County o Hesikiah and Nancy Knee Ashby, May 26, 1879. Her marriage was to Lucius Porter in 1947. Mrs. Porter was a graduate of the Chicago School of Nursing. She had operated her own nursing home in Delphi from 1944 to 1958. She retired because of ill health. She was a member of the Methodist Church. . Survivors include several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the 'Jackson funeral home in Delphi. Rev. VTerian Schwin, of Connersville, a former Delphi pastor will officiate. Burial will'be in Camden cemetery. Friends may call after noon Tuesday. Mrs. DeHaven,85, Taken by Death; Rites Wednesday Mrs, Maude M. DeHaven, 85, of 730 East Broadway, died at 9 a.m. Sunday at her. residence after suffering a heart attack. Born Nov. 27, 1886, in Walton, she was the daughter of Joseph A. and Sa'rah K. Beebe Van'Ski- ver. Her marriage was, to Charles H. DeHaven, who preceded her in death. She is survived by three nieces, Mrs. Lyle Bachman, Mrs. Forrest House and Mrs, Gerald Abair, and a sister-in-law, Mrs. Alma, .Van Skiver, all of Niles, Mich. Final rites will be at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at the McCloskey- Hamilton - Kahle funeral home, Rev. Walter DaVis Jr. officiating. Burial will be in the Walton cemetery. Friends may call at the funera! liome after 7 p.m. Monday, Court Reverses Cojiviction of Colorado Youth WASHINGTON (UPI) - The Supreme Court today reverset the conviction-,'of a Colorado youth 'sentenced to, life imprison ment for \ $13 robbery - murder committed when he was 14 years old. The vote upsetting the. convic tion of Robert-Gallegos was 4-3 Gallegos and a 12-year-old com panion were accused of bludgeon ing an elderly man with a shoe shine brush during the course o the robbery in a Denver hole room on Dec. 20, 1958. The vie tirn died later. Justice William ,0. Douglas sau in a majority opinion that a con fession was obtained from Galle. gos under circumstances tha violated his constitutional right to the due process of law. He citec the defendant's youth aind the failure to send for his parents af ter his, .arrest as factors in thi reversal. U.S. TEMPERATURES •NEW YORK (UPI)-The lowes temperature recorded today b; the U.S. Weather Buieau was 2 degrees at 'jSsumond, Ore. Th highest recorded Sunday was 11 at Death Valley, Calif. 130-Enroll In Remedial Reading Class Approximately 130 elementary tudents in Logansport schools lave enrolled in the annual reme- lial reading program which be;ins next Monday-at Longfellow ichool. The program, now ,in its tenth 'ear, is for children in grades one hrough five who have passed but whose reading achievement is lower than'average. The .session ex- ends through July 27. ELEMENTARY Superintendent John Whittington, who heads ,the program, said enrollment is bas;d on recommendations by the eachers and school' principals. Three class periods will be held each day and a'differdnt group of children; will attend each period. Jlass sizes are limited, to J» to 14 per hour. Students will be given achievement tests at the beginning and end of the term. THE PERIODS will be from 8 .0 9 a.m., 9:15 to 10:15 a.m.. and 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. A nominal fee will be charged, for the-rental of books, supplies and tests. Teachers in 'the .program are Miss. Betty Neese, first grade; Vliss Evelyn Davis,-second; Mrs Alice Ream, third and fourth; ant diehard Copeland, fourth anc fifth. ' ' Attend UF Conference Two Cass county . United Fund xecutives left Monday to attend is twelfth annual Campaign eaders National conference at •ayton, Ohio; They are Guy 0. Mattson, prea.- clent, and Frank P. Delia who, on une 15, becomes executive di- ector. During the three-day session, olunteer campaign leaders from Jnited Fund and, Community Chest organizations in the UiS nd Canada will study fund-rais ng techniques and new campaign ilans in preparation for the 1962 all drives. OrvilleM:Roth,69, Retired Conservation Officer, Succumbs MONTICELLO — Orville M 'Dutch" Roth, 69, of Monticello, former White county Conservation Officer and retired carpenter, died Saturday evening at the Cold Springs Veterans Hospital in Indianapolis following, an illness ol ;everal months. Roth served, as Conservation Officer 19 years prior to his re- .irement. Born in Monticello' on Aug. 25 1892, he was the son of Charles and Lucy, Campbell Roth. His marriage was to Lorene Malone and she died in 1945. He was a. veteran of Work War I and was a .member of the American Legion and past com mander of the'Thornton- Williams Legion Post in Monticello.' He was also a member of the Eagles Lodge; in Logansport, .Odd 'Fel lows Lodge, Goodfellows Club, Fraternal Order of Police, Red man Lodge and the White County Barracks of World War I. Survivors include a daughter Mrs. Darleen Lynch, of Browns burg; a son, Robert W. Roth Monticello City Judge; a step-son Gordon Hickman, Logansport and four sisters, Mrs. Mabel VanPelt Huntingdon; Mrs. Esther Rey nolds, Monticello; Mrs. Beulah Armstrong, Tucson, .-Ariz, and Mrs. Josephine Carr, Fort Char rep, Fla. A sister and four bro thers preceded him in death. Funeral services will be hel( at 10:30 n.m. Wednesday at the Aufenberg and White funeral home in Monticello, with Rev. J. A. Hoi- nick officiating. Burial will be in Riverview cemetery. Friends may call at the funera home after noon Tuesday. Red Summit MOSCOW (UPD—East Germai Communist chief, Walter Ulbrich arrived from' Berlin today, th first of the Soviet bloc leader coming to Moscow for Tuesday* Communist summit meeting. The meeting was expected t< discuss aid, trade, and ecbnomi cooperation, as^well as wider po litical questions. The Berlin crisi and East Germany's, p r e s e n economic difficulties also' wer expected to play a major role i the talks, WINS BOARDWALK; MLE ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. (UPI — Vernon Morgan of the Dela ware.Valley Athletic Associatio was clocked in 4:09.3 tp defeat 1 rivals Sunday in the Roardwal Mile. It was his second straigh success in this annual event. Pock Meeting Cub Scout Pack 322, Jefferson ichool, held their last monthly meeting of the season Sunday a he Tippecanoe River state park During a regular meeting awards were presented as fol ows: Bill Carbaugh, gold am silver arrows under Bear; Brat •rrover, two silver, arrows unde: Volf; Greg Sefchek, Bear badgi and gold arrow under Bear; Ter ry Gordon, three-year pin; Marl liemenschneider, two - year pin and, Stan DeHaven, denner badge irths MEMORIAL: Born to Mr. and rs. James Hachett, 820 E. Marel, a daughter; born to Mr. and rs. Arthur Fross, Camden, a aughter; born to Mr. and Mrs. elvin Mullins, Camden, a son. ST. JOSEPH: Born to Mr. and Ars. Paul Rans, Kewanrsa, a son; orn to Mr. and Mrs, David Wood- uss, 217 Western Ave., a son. -iospital Notes MEMORIAL: Admissions: Dond Clark, 810 Sherman st.; Mrs. cie Roheabaugh, 227 Baron st.; eorge Roberson, rural route 4; 'rs. Pauline Shelton, 3035 N. ennsylvania st.; Paul Sherrill, >51 McCarthy st.; Miss Jill Coop-, rural route 6; Harold Stuart, ural route 1. Dismissals: Leo Ibright, 4726 High st. road; Boby Barber, rural route ,1; Herchel olin, Walton; Larry Cunningham, ural route 4; Mrs. Mary Cuppy, 215 Peter st.; Miss Joyce Hiatt, Walton; Mrs. Donna Logan, Bur- ettsville; Mrs. Pearl Long, Mon- erey; Dock Derdue, 414 Hanna :., Mrs. Leonard Qualio, Peru; drs. Laura Slusser, Camden; Mrs. rene Smilh, Kokomo; Mrs. Irene ,eider, rural route 5. . ST. JOSEPH: Admissions: Mrs. tfable Minneman, 303 B st.; Mrs. Frida Smith, rural route 8; Mrs. \tarjorie Bowman, Walton; Mrs. 'atricia Moss, rural route 5; Mrs. 3orothy Shirley, Walton; Floyd Vooten, 426 Cliff dr.; Howard Cistler, 1810 Jefferson st.; Marhall Lee, 1431 Spear st. Dismisals: Mrs. Marlin Hathaway and aughter, 1912 Spear st.; Mrs. ames Norzinskay -and daughter, 05 Helm' st.; Mrs. Robert Pugh nd son, 3131 Pottawatlomie; Riey Groat, Peru; William John ;on, 700 Wabash si. Hitchhiking Airman Buys Stolen Car A 1953 .sedan, stolen in Colum bus, -Ohio, Saturday night an jurchased a few hours later fo !1 by a hitchhiking Loganspor airman will be returned to it owner, according to city police. Richard Huntsinger, 19, and hi ather Kenneth, of 1110 W. Wa jash Ave., asked police Sunda evening to check to see if the ca was stolen. It was traced to Wi mer Mechling, of Columbus, wli reported the car missing at 1 >.rn. Saturday. THE AIRMAN, stationed at th VTcGuire A'FB, New Jersey, tol local police he was hitchhikin lo his home in Logansport and a 4 a.m. Sunday he was picked u by two men, Tom Cook and F. I Snide, of Lima. Hunlsinger said they arrived i Columbus and Cook said he wa in the Marine-Corps and was du to go overseas and wanted to se the car. Huntsinger told Cook h could not purchase it because h had only ?1 in his possession Cook look the dollar bill and le the car. HUNTSINGER said he an Snide tried to sell the spare lir at several service stations.in or der to get enough gasoline t drive to Logansport. When th lire was sold and the gasolin purchased, Snide left the aulomj bile and Huntsinger continued o to Logansport. At 10 a.m. Monday the FB advised local police autthoritie to release the car to its owne when he appeared in the city an offered proper identification. Margaret Strew Dies in Chicago ;Miss Margaret M. Strew, 57, Chicago, died at 3:35 a.m. Sunda at Memorial hospital. A native c Chicago, she .had spent the pa few months living with a cousin Mrs. John Harvey, on rural rou 3. Born Aug., 1904, she was Ih daughter of John and Ottillie Zin ter .Strew: Other cousins livin here who survive are John, Cha les and Haroldi Streu. ' Final rites were to be at 8 p.m Monday at the Fisher funer home, the Rev. Clarence Alexa der officiating. Burial will- be : the Montrose cemetery, Chicag Friends may call at the funer home. License Renewal Period Extended Twenty electricians, plumbe) and sewer diggers,, who failed renew their city licenses June have been given an additional tw weeks of grace, according to tl building commissioner's 1 office. ' Priced at $26, ?14, and ?6 r spectively, the licenses will, co $51 if they are , not renewed 1 June 15, according to the com aissioner. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Elevws COMMUNITY BRIEFS Around Town Bunker Hill Hospital Notes FRIDAY Admited: Airman 2.C. Robert Swain. Dismissed: M.Sgt. Robert Deyo il.Sgt. Harry Ross, Airman 2.C Lowell Shelton, Mrs. Bertie Ha dum, Mrs. Mildred Crowe am daughter, Mario, Mrs, Barbara tfacWilliams and son, William Mrs. Peggy Davis, Joseph Veraldi Robert Harrier, Mrs. Ruth Henn ng, Miss Faith Causey. SATURDAY Admitted: Airman 3.C. Ronali <irshy, Mrs. Vertie Staffney am Mrs. Helen Kuney. Dismissed: Mrs. Kathryn Stop] and daughter, Donna, Jame O'Brien, Miss Linda Ketlenhafen Births A son to Airman l.C and Mrs. Robert Jewell and a son to S.Sgt, and Mrs. Irvir Decker. SUNDAY Admitted: Airman 3.C. Richarc Cummings, Mrs. Mildred McFai lin, Mrs. Connie Grose and Mrs Paula Felker. Dismissed: Miss Paula Robin son, Miss Lori Stevens, Mrs Virginia Holmes and Mrs. Helen Kinney. Births: A daughter to 1st. L and Mrs. John Moffa. Mrs. Jacob Cross, 835 E anc 125 S, told the Cass county sheriff's office, gasoline and a spare lire had been taken from her automobile and that of a visiting neighbor Saturday night. She said she did not know how much gasoline had been taken from the cars but the tire was 670 x 15 in size. /G said the caps for .the gaso- linej tanks had not been replaced and were found on the ground near the automobiles. Circuit Court • • The damage suit of Charles Isael vs. the local Fraternal Orer of Eagles, which had been fil- Oct. 27, :!960, Monday was set y Judge Kjesling for trial June 5 in circuit court. The inventory and appraisement f the Glen; Sixbey estate, filed ilonday in circuit court, showed; lat it totahi $201,416.47, including- 161,316.47 in personal properly 1 , nd $40,100 .in real estate. ; In the diyorce suits of Helen- laroney 'vs.! Robert Maroney and' rtarlene Walker vs. John Walker,; IB plaintiffs: filed applications for-, italions for failure of the defend-; nds lo pay ..support money. Each; ase was set for hearing June 8. J ' The estatii of the late Sylvester; Corcoran, who died May 11, was •• stimated at 52,000 in real estate; •hen it was opened in the Cass; ircuit cou::t with the appointment of ii daughter, Catherine '. lagan, 520 Henry St., as admin-; stratrix. Tivo daughters and two- ons were listed as heirs. Hanoa ! and Small are the attorneys for he estate. James English, route I, Lu-1 erne, asks custody of their two; children in i suit for" divorce from Jetty English in the Cass circuit; court. The couple was married April 7, 1948, and separated May! 1, this year, according to the complaint :!iled through the law irm of Hiiiina and Small. Vernon lilommers, doing business as Quality Service- Station, if Minister, Ohio, asks $334.04 with interest in a suit on account against Arxlrew Booher in the lo-cal circuit court. Traffic Arrests Ronnie I-lenncy, 17, of 105 Lux St., running a stop light. City court June : 6. The regular monthly meeting of iss Counly Gold Ladies, which lad been scheduled this week, has jeen cancelled, it was announced VIonday. A Kewanna girl was arrested by_ city police'at 1:45 a.m. Monday in the 401) block on Burlington Avenue and charged with violating the curfew law. She will appear in juvenile court June 9 to answer the charges. Meanwhile she was released to her parents, City Court Raymond Stigers, 49, of 1125 E. Marka: St., was fined $10 and costs when he appeared in city court Monday on a charge of disorderly conduct. Unable to pay the fine, lie was returned lo the Cass county jail. A forfeb bond to cover a fine of $5 and costs for speeding was accepted from Gordon Wright, Jr., 37, of Kokomo. There were five cases of public intoxication heard in city court Monday. Marricage Licenses Louis Bender, 21, of 315 Cliff Drive, and Martha Layton, 16, of 713 Vaii Buren St. Floyd Fultz, 33, of Mexico, and Mary Rutli Naftzger, 37, of rural route, Twelve Mile. Carl Dennis, 20, of Twelve Mile,. and Andrea Hicks, 18, of rural route 1, -Salveston. Mrs. Margaret Musall Dies; Rites Wednesday STAR CITY — Mrs. Margaret Musall, 84, of rural route 2, Star City, wife of William H. Musall, died at 2:40 p.m. Sunday at rural route 2, Winamac where she bad been staying during her illness. She had been in failing health three years. Born in Pulaski county on May 13, 1878, she was the daughter of Henry and Mary Reap Stratlon. Her marriage was on Oct. 19, 1902. Survivors include her husband; two daughters, Mrs. Beva May, Winamac and Mrs. Margaret Gierke, Winamac; four sons, Henry, at home; Everett, Idaville; William, Van Buren, Ind. and David, Mexico; eleven grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; a brother, David Strattori, Marion and a half-sister, .Mrs. Esther Matthews, Hammond. Funeral services will be held al 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Fry and Lange funeral home in Winamac with Rev. C. D. Barringer officiating. Burial will be in the Pro cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Monday. Mr. ami Mrs. John R. Miller, of South, Bend, are the parents of a son born Sunday. Maternal grandmother is Mrs. Jennie Bru-' ner, of i!DO East Miami avenue, and paternal grandparents are Mr. and, Mrs. A. Glenn Miller, 2121 Geoige street. • -•-• "The Bible" will be the theme of the vacation Bible school at- the Whentland avenue Methodist church to be held from June 17.-22, daily from 9 to 11 a.m. Children from four years of age" through I he sixth grade will attend the classes Monday through 'Friday. Fatally Shot HAMMOND, Did. (UP!) - Tom •Downey, about 50, former Hammond city councilman, was dead on arrival today at a Hammond hospital with a bullet wound in his temple. Downey, who served from 1955 to 1959 aj; councilman, was found slumped jt the wheel of his car with a pistol in his hand. An unidentified woman told |X)lice she heard a "popping sound" in the vicinity of the car around 7 a.m., but did not investigate. Downey worked as a truck driver for a Hammond firm. WINS JOCKEY CLASSIC PARIS ; (UPI) - Val de Loir- raced to n. two-length victory over" Picfort in' the Prix du Jockey classic Sunday at Chantilly. Exbury was third-and the U. S.-. owned Tambourine was fourth; '.: Sale Calendar ,vv* .4 June 6 — Pat & Dorothy McHale . . ....... Roy Crurrie June 8— Cutter & Lawrence ....... : Shepherd & Rudd June 9 — Berkshires ... ............. !. . Keith Berkshire June 9 — Minnie A. Maxwell ........ . Rineharts AuctsI'-- June 23— Earl Jordon Estate ...... , .Rineharts, Awcts.

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