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Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, June 7, 1962
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Thursday Evening, June 7, 1962. PLEASERS! THESE TROUBLE 1PR.EE, IAITE MODEL USED CAlRS AWE WBAlDY TO GO! 1%2 Corvciir M 'Z; heater automatic/ 8,000 miles. 1961 Chevrolet P 'I 2 door, hardtop, 1 owner, 1,000 actual miles. 1 960 Ford Fa! ^ n °. 5 .°° • * ww • w- *• 6 cylinder, automatic, radio and heater/ power steering. TQiCQ I 7 37 Galaxie 4 door sedan, radio, heater,, automatic, power steering and brakes all white. 1959 Renault Dauphine 4 door, 1 owner, real sharp. 1959 Thunderbird full powor, come in and see this one. 1956 Ford Fairlane 2 door hardtop, V-8, automatic transmission. 400 Church St., Walton. 1961 FORD Fairlane "300" for sale. Call 66767 after 4:30'p.m. FATHER'S DAY SPECIAIS 1958 Chrysler Imperial 4 door, full power, A-l condition, local car. 1958 Ford *£J£ standard transmission, new car trade-in. 1958Mercury n2a ±; 1 owner, 41,000 miles. 1960BUICK Electro 225, Convertible, full power, blue with white top, real sharp. 1960 CHEVROLET Bel Atr, 2 door sedan, 6 cylinder, automatic transmission* power glide, 1 owner. 1958 FORD Fairlane 2 door Club sedan, radio, heater, automatic Irons- mission. This week end only ANOTHER ONE! Galaxie convertible, radio, hooter power steering and brakes, Jet *r • »^"" 63. Automobiles for Sale CAR PAYMENTS TOO HIGH? Protect your credit. Trade down to smaller or no payments. See Max Frazee at Frazee Ford Corners. Phone 967-4151, Rts. 18 and 75. Flora, Ind. 1960 Dodge 4 door station wagon. Phone 511B. FACTORY AUTHORIZED NEW CAR DEALERS CHEVROLET MANN. CHEVROLET Flora, Ind. . Phone 967HH23 Dillman Chevrolet—Ph. 4-0123 St. Rd. 25, Clymers, Ind. CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH-VAUANT 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 LO-4-2415 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. 64. Trucks for Sale 1955 Chevrolet pick-up. 429 Wash. ington. Phone 5277. • 1957 Ford H-toh pickup, V-8, low mileage, good condition, $775.00. Phone 56280. 65. Motorcycles—Scooters GOOD 1959 §uper Eagle motor scooter. Twelve'Mile 2576. 1960 Harley Davidson TOPPER 2,000 actual miles $377 V HOCKMAN MOTORS, INC. Market at 8th ' Ph. 4118 Asks Probe .of Defense Spending WASHINGTON (UP!) - Rep. Earl -Wilson, R-Ind., today called for a House investigation of defense buying. He predicted il would "make Teapot Dome look like a ladies tea party." Wilson said a special committee should be- appointed to make an investigation which, he predicted; would -show how < elimination ol sole-source purchases — lacking competitive 'bidding—could save $10-12 billion a year. Teapot Dome was a scandal in the Harding administration over oil land in Wyoming which affected some cabinet members. 'LOANS Lincoln Finance Company' Marie Smith, Mgr. Phone 3295 Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Ti:fbune Seventeen COMMUNITY BRIEFS Around The Town MANY 55 - ;56 - 57 & 58 Sedans, Hardtops and Convertibles to choose from, all at reasonable pfrices.. . 12 Month Written Warranty On Used Cars Your Dealer For Lincoln—Mercury—Comet HOCKMAN MOTORS; INC. Market at 8th Phone 4118 Births MEMORIAL: Born to Mr. and Mrs. Billy Patterson, 624 Sunset Dr., a son. ; , • .. •-•-• ••; Hospital Motes MEMORIAL.— Admitted: Mrs. Bettye Bonnell, route 2, Star City; John Kraay, 1313 Wright; Mrs. Rachael Moss, 400 W. Broadway;' Mrs. Esther Beatty, 927 Race; Miss Deborah Lambart, 1 414 Helm; Mrs. Georgia Stuart, route 6; Keith Wooleve'r, route 1, Walton; Mrs. Bertha Pashen, route 1; Joseph Weaver, Delphi; Mrs. Dianna Sarver, 417% E. Market. Dismissed: Master Dirk Bair, Royal Center; Donald Camp, 931 Burlington; Mrs. Mary'Coppedge, 119 Eleventh; Miss Diana Hill, route 2, Kewanna; Russell Taylor, 1221 Woodlawn; Mrs: Myra Tilton, route 4; Mrs. Joan Will, iams, Rockville. ST. JOSEPH—Admissions: Mrs. Shelia Kasch, 601 Wheatland Ave.; Mrs. .Elizabeth Ennis, 400 Bartlett St.; Mrs, Lulu Wisely, Star City; Jerry Smith, Royal Center; Miss Julia Wallace, 501 Helm St.; Joseph Newman, 523 Eleventh St. Dismissals: Mrs. leroy Weaver and daughter, Lucerne; Mrs. Freida Smith, rural route 6; Mrs. Anna Parcel, Winamac; Mrs. Pa tricia O'Tool, 901 Race St,; Mrs. Marjorie "Bowman, Walton; Mrs. Florence Whitehead, 814 E. Broadway; Howard Kistlcr, 1810 Jefferson St.; Edward Pursch, 1513 Twelfth St.; Charles Brosier, 182( Spear St.; Rennie Erwin, Roya' I Center; Miss Pamela and Gregory Moody, Winamac. City Court Roy Stackhouse, 52, of rural •oute 3, was fined $500 and costs Vednesday night when he aj> >eared before Judge Frank Tol- >ert in city court on a charge of causing a public nuisance. He is he, operator of a junkyard at Sighteenth Street and the South River Road. Alvih Cress, 38, of Peru, charged with failure to provide, was ined $500 and costs and sentenced :o six months at the Indiana State arm. Russell.Bishop, 36, o£ 501 Mont- ;omery St., paid $50 and costs for disorderly conduct. He was also given a 60 day suspended sentence. Harold McCIain, 21, of Kokomo, was fined $5 and' costs, for speed- .ng; George Combs, 22, of rural route 6, paid $40 and costs for speeding and $10 and costs for disorderly conduct; Mrs. Rose Galbreath, 60, of; 108 Park Ave., was fined $1 'and costs for fail ure"tb yield; William Shepler, 22 of rural route 2, was fined $1 and costs for having inadequate mufflers. A charge of driving with inadequate mufflers against James Isaacs, 16, of 1318 Clifton Ave., was dismissed. Miss Edith Lybrook, 68, of 400% Spear St., was admitted to Me- norial hospital for observation Wednesday evening after falling at a friend's home in Burlington. Miss Lybrook suffered a laceration on the head and bruises. DON'T FORGET! THE NEXT 90 DAYS ARE DODGE DIVIDEND DAYS Pick a iSize — IPick a Price — Pick a Dodge Don't Fail To Cash In! See Us IFor a 'Money Saving iDeal During DODGE DIVIDEND DAYS Thomas \ Everman 517 [North St. IPhone 481 il ^Bob Wandrei" Bunker Hill Hospital Notes Admitted: Airman 3.C. James Beitel, T.Sgt. William Devine Mrs. Mary Schrider, Mrs. Shirley Tuckwell and Robert Duzan. Dismissed: Airman 2.C. Ralph Kirk, Airman Basic Kenneth Perman, Mrs. Rosa MacDougall Mrs. Hazel Decker and son, EJ;< vin and Mrs. Berdie Staffney. Births: A daughter to S.Sgt and Mrs. Eldridge Forsythe anc a son to Airman l.C. Clarence Chesser. ROCHESTER* Admissions to.. Woodlawn hos pital: Craig Neidig, Griffith; Mrs Harriet Westwood, 317 Fulton ave nue; William Jones, Battle Creek Mich. ' Dismissals: Mrs. Henry Smith 262 Race street; Sue Burton, R.R 2, Rochester. Circuit Court The superintendent of Dr. Norman Beatty Memorial hospital filed a certificate of discharge Thursday in circuit court, show- ng that Yvonne Adkihs Chandler was discharged to the custody of he sheriff May 17. She is free under $1,000 bond pending a decision of the prosecutor as to whether he will seek another jrand jury indictment in the death of her husband. The first ridictment was dismissed on a defense plea in abatement. Judgment was entered for the defendant, the France Stone com- jany, in the damage suits of jlenn L. and Margaret Miller and Marguerite Conrad. The divorce suit of Violet Lantz vs. Delmar Lantz and a cross complaint were dismissed at the request of the parties involved. •-•-• Wave Roberta E. Brown, seaman apprentice, USN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Brown of Eloute 6, Logansport, Ind., has reported for duty at the Naval Training Center, Bainbridge, Md. •-•—• William Shanks, 316 Twelfth St., told police vandals broke the antenna off his car radio while it was parked in front of his residence Wednesday afternoon. • -•-• Michael Anthony, 18, of 2001 North St., was charged with violation of the curfew law after he was arrested by city police in the 700 block on Vine Street at 2:15 a.m. Thursday. Marriage Licenses Gaylord Busch, 38, of 421 Tenth St.,. ancl Dorothy Edna Donato, 50, of 419 W. Miami Ave. Terry Lee Wray, 21, of rura route 1, Greentown, Ind., and Sharlyn Sue Martin, 16, of Wai ton. Joseph E. Weaver, 28, of Del phi, was reported in good condi lion Thursday at Memorial hos pital. An English teacher at Logans port high school, Weaver sustain ed lacerations and several broken ribs in an automobile collision Wednesday at Clymers. The traffic signal on the northwest corner of the intersection of Sixth and North Streets was knocked down at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday when, it was struck by a housetraiter pulled by a truck driven by John Smith, 37, of Okla homa City, Okla. Deaths and Funerals City, Cuss County NEWELL, BABY BOY, Royal Center. Graveside rites at 10:38 a.m. Friday, lloyal Center cemetery. Call at the Harrison funeral home in Roy il Center prior to rites. District CLARK, MlltS. EDITH, 67, o£ Peru. Funeral services at 2 p.m. Saturday, Driihe-Flowers funeral home. Peru. Burial in Mt. Hope cemetery. Gill at the funeral home after 10 a.m. Friday. KINGERY, ARTHUR, 80, of Cutler. Funerul services at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Letter funeral home, Flora. Burial in Ball Hill cemetery. Call at the funeral home after 2 ]i.m. Friday. Crop Planting Up ; LAFAYETTE, Ind. (UPI)-Corit planting is 95 per cent complete! and soybean planting 80 per cent. complete, con; pared with the nor> mal 80 and W for this date, agr£ cultural statistician Robert E; Straszheim o:i Purdue reported- today. - Frank James, 1816 Rogers St.,was charged by city police wilhu owning a motor vehicle that wair involved in leaving the scene of it- property damiigB accident. Officials said his red pickup" truck struck « 1951 sedan parked; on College hill Wednesday night. T j i ., < • ; „ ° • >*z „< „* n „ i, ~~ ~*~.^~*^z.j I Sale Calendar , v*" r ***3 "^IT v "*""• ,\ >£v -t tf. ,#«*} nwvA. //& *& *<&,*?*,.***** ««w«««vt. Lf**WV*wlv««v^^«* *«XW «il June 8—Cutter & Lawrence Shepherd & Rudd June 9—Mr. and Mrs. Herman Glaive Daugherty June 9—Berkshires • Keith Berkshire June 9—Minnie A. Maxwell ..; Hineharts Aucts. June 15—Weddington's Auction "Room .. .Weddington June 16—Kenneth Orem Sr. ... .Thom|:ison & Rinehart June. 16—Floyd Eakins —Roy Grume June 23—Earl Jordon Estate Kineharts, Aucts. WASSON WHfiRI YOU BUY MORE fCIR -IBS! ^® VALUES YOU CAN'T BEAT'EM! YOU CAN'T EVEN TIE 'EM! <s> Feather You r Nest WITH REAL DEALS OK used cars priced for Dad or Lad at real savings! Like-new late models. Little down. Little to pay! Big values! See these buys . . . test-drive the car of your choice. Make the choicest deal ever today and Feather Your Nest! 4 door sodon ' 6 cyl - , tan d a ,d transmisiion, docr " dan - * e >'standard shifr, turquoise fomatfc transmission/ I *" owner ond clean, ( . clean. /Cft 'Cf\HJ|f^ ^ door sedan, green finish, V8, '^%7 • <^* rvlwl/ standard transmission. ' *** /jF|A iEA)D|f> Thundsrbird hardtop, black, full >harp ' ooryitu pow .r, bia mo , 0 r. ; '560LIWM<>B1lfS ch troL 4 's.d: r n d ; '"t'R FfVQirt Conv»rtbil«, VB, Automatic trans- r JO rVnU mission, TurquoIsB. *CX fUC\fDf\t iCT 4 do°«. Choice of 2. 50 CHEVRULtT Both c , eon . - MANY OlDER CARS TO CHOOSE FROM BUSY TRUCKS BENEFIT BUSINESS! See these fully reconditioned buys at unbelievable low prices. The model you need .with terms to suit. See us now for the truck to make working and earning easy. 60 CHEVKvLtT F| e0 | si d e with 8' bod V4 ton. Red and whita. '59 INTERNATIONAL * lon pickup , 4 f- pickup , 4 speod , heovy du)y . mission. Turquoise. 'Cft /tllEMDfll BT '•*- door 5lation • WOfl""/ JO VrWEV'IVUlEI V8, automatic transmission, red and white. FREE TICKETS (far Cnildren's rides on Twelve Mile lions Crub, 3rd and 4th July celebration on each car purchased. 56 FORD J /i ton cab and chassis . ' Vi ton wiln 8 ' bocl ' dual v/heels, 4 speed, power steering, new paint and overhaul. ton hBavy d ut ' ,49FOfD , /2tonpickup . , '46INTitWATIOMm , /2tonpicku , '40CHiVlW)liT 0 plekup Feather Your Nest With Used Cars & Trucks at GRABLES CHEVROLET COMPANY TWELVE MIIIG, INDIANA, PHONE 12241 WEEK END SPECIAIS 1QAI1 f'flPTl Galaxln 4 door hardtop, power storing, 1 7O I rWlVI/ power brakei, low nMloag*. l>fi£l iMlEIDiffl IIDV "* d°° r Monterey sedan, power IVol mtKUmT ,,.. ringf ^^ brak .,. 10A.T t 7W I mileage. IOZI I VO I Venturo 4 door ( i arc|fo P' p° w « r ne, ring, power uroket, real low Catallno 2 door hardtop pow.r steering, power brakes. 1 O\li 1 -IMI Vt/Til El<elra * ioor na ""°P' P° w » r "eering I 7O I DUIvIV power brakes, power mat. Posi-traction ln vi< : ta •* t* oor hardtop, power steering, powtr brak.,. LeSabr* 4 door hardtop, power steerinj, power brak.i. 1 OAH filfl^tf Electra 4 door hardtop power steering, I YOU DUUJIV p 0wer brakes 22,000 milei. It's liko now. Catallna 9 passenger station wag- on , f u || pow.,, Catalina convertible, while with b | ack t0 p on d full powor. Catallna 4 door sedan all while. Low m i| 80g .. 4 door sedan. A real mice all red one wi)h , ow mI)eaB .. Convertible, white with black top. Powor steering, power bral.es.- 1 OAfl 1 PfVR 1 !) Ga ' axi ' •* ^°°' "^ an > power steering, pow- 1O£.1 'DlflTV I7OI DU IV.IV 1OI.1 DiVI/'lf 1701 DUIVIV in£A I YOU IQiA I7OU IfV^n i ITOU in/.f\ ITOU ' CADIY rVKU DI liarclto P' '" ; nfl . A r , 0 | pov"er, air condition- car . 1OCQ 'En< I 73 7 CU lOCQ DIYMnlITU Convertible, fi.ll powor, light I7J7 rtllflUUin blue with while (op. Here's a sharp one. 1959 OLDSMOBUJE 1959BLIICK I'QlCO DAUTIAir Starchief 2 door seilan, power steer- I 7 J V rUN I lA'V. | ng , pow . t brakes. 1 OCQ DAMTIAf Ca '°' lna 2 cloor hardop. An all black 1 OCQ DAlXSTIAlT Carolina 4 door sudan power steer- I 7 J'7 rVWl I IM\, , no , pow . r brakes. '2 door hardi»p Super 88 full full power, like new. ieSabre 4 door sedan. A real good buy ihls we«(c. 4 door hardtop. Full power luxury car. Slarchief 4 door II jrdtop, full power, nice. Super 2 door hardtr.p. Power steering. 1958CADH.LAC I958PONTr 1958BUICK I 7'JO OUILlV Special 4 door sedan. Another good buy. 1958 MERCURY 4 '" n d'=7 " dan> s " "" 1957 AID^MORI'LE 4 door hardiop 5up * r "• alr I 7J/ ULUJJllUDrLC condltioniaa, full power. 25 OTHERS TO CHOCS FROM WASSON BU1CK-PONTIAC Delphi, Indiana Ph. tlO 4-3040

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