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Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, June 10, 1962
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SUNDAY, JUNE 10, MB THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPOKT PBESS, XOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE TVnENTY-SEVEN- 55. Livestock 70 HEAD feeder pigs, immune. Dean Barnes, Burnettsville. 54 FEEDER pigs, 7 miles north Burnettsville, Jerry Ruch. 43 feeder pigs weighing 45 Ibs. Ph. 40063 after 4:00 p.m. HAMP boars. Ernest Cluie, miles east Onward. 4-H ewes and ram lambs; registered Hampsnires; also year- Jings. Dale H. Green, Goodland, Ind. Phone 297-3253. PUREBRED Landrace boars, service age, with plenty of type and quality. Raymond Nicoll, Burnettsville. WESTERN FEEDER LAMBS Carload lots. Phone or write. Carey Brothers, Indianapolis Stockyards. -ME-7-4653 or TU- 1-4933. REGISTERED Hereford bull, 2 years old, very good. Ben'Been, Burrows. 16 Hamp pigs; late model Surge milker, can milk cooler. 2815 Royal Center. SPOTTED Poland China yearling boar. Robert Martin, Va mile west Burrows. FEEDER pigs. Call J. D. Lesh, Deer Creek 35 or 2112. NO doubt one of our Durocs would solve your boar problem. Come and see. Howard Mutchler, Kewanna. Curtiss Breeding Service Dudley D. Bridge Logan 3606—Royal Center 2185 Lucerne 1-2065 FOR large profits with feeder cattle, see Wertheimer Cattle Co, Phone Camden 686-2793. YEAGER & SULLIVAN, Inc., guaranteed feeder pigs available at all tunes at Camden, Indiana. WE have buyers for good shoats. Royal Center Sale Barn. Phone 3755 or 2425. 56. Feeds, Seeds, Plants THE BEST Hybrid by 4 years- Testing for northern Ind. Soils- Ind. Cert. 219. J. E. Martin & Sons, Rt. 2, Walton Phones 2053 or 2058. VIS Queen plastic to cover glass silage, sitting new strawberry beds and garden use. Wayne W. Myers, Phone 3162. SWEET potato, geraniums, garden plants. McClain's Plants, 3 blocks west of bank in Mexico. LARGE gilts, farrow this month, immuned; Lindarin beans. Camden 686-2406. PLANT Funks-G, America's greatest hybrids. Joe Hinkle, Phone Walton 3402. CERTIFIED soybeans, non-certi field. Elvin Sadler. Phone 56150 58. Hatcheries BABY chicks and ducks! Use Napiana chick, duck and turkey starter feeds. King's Hatchery, Sixth and North. Phone 3718. 59. Poultry WANTED Heavy Leghorn Hens. Evans Poultry Co. Walton, Ind. Phone 3895 4800 16-week-old DeKalb pullets, good egg prices ahead. Brown's Hatchery, Converse. AUTOMOTIVE 63. Automobiles for Sale 1957 OLDS 88, 4 door, good tires and good running condition."$695. 4713. 1953 4 Door Plymouth, good condition. Phone 40001. 1948 CHEVROLET Coupe, excellent condition,, motor just overhauled, phone 1-3962 Galveston. 1957 FAIRLANE "500" 2 door hardtop with power steering, good condition, priced to sell.— Phone 3050. 1955 Studebaker V-8 hardtop, automatic, radio, heater, $280, $50 down, $10 per week. Your credit is good here. 1523 North. TRADE for livestock, 1950 6 cylinder Dodge coupe, 1953 V-B 4- door sedan, good rubber and motor, runs nice, good trapspor- tation. Phone 4229. 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. 1956 Ford Fairlane 2 door hardtop, V-8, automatic transmission. 400 Church St., Walton. 1956 PONTTAC convertible Star Chief. Royal Center 2074. 1960 Ford 4 door station wagon. Phone 5116. ...... 1960 Dodge 4 door station wagon. Phone 5116. 64. Trucks for Sola 1959 CLEAN El Camino, 6 cylinder, stick, $1350. Grass Creek Garage. 1951 Ford %-ton, reasonable. PhT 2051, Boyal Center. 1957 Ford y z -ton pickup, V-8, low mileage, good condition, $775.00. . Phone 56280. 1955 Chevrolet pick-up. 429 Washington. Phone 7255. 65. Motorcycles—Seeeter* WIZZER bicycle, good condition, $40, phone 2672. GOOD 1959 Super Eagle motor scooter. Twelve Mile 2576. PERSONAL , lOAiNS tincoln Finance Company Mari> Smith, Mgr. Phon.3591 FACTORY AUTHORIZED NEW CAR DEALERS CHEVROLET MANN CHEVROLET Flora, Ind. Phone-967-4123 Dillman Chevrolet—Ph. 4-0123 St. Rd. 25, Clymers, Ind. . CHRYSIER-PIYMOUTH-VALIANT Hendrickson Motor Sales, Inc. 417 Third.St. Ph. 5151 BUICK WSE Buick-Chevrclet—Ph. 4135 2nd at Broadway, Log'ansport' PONTIAC WASSON-BUICK-PONTIAC Delphi, Ind. Pnone LO-4-3040 or LO-4-2415 RAMBLER R & R RAMBLER MOTORS 801 E. Main, Logansport DODGE DART Thomas & Everman, 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. Fulton Man Unhurt As Car Flips Over HOOHESTEH-Clifford Lee Duff, 20, R.'R. 1, Kewanna, escaped injury Friday night when the car he was driving flipped over on the Sixth street road, 'five miles north of Kewanna. The sheriff's office said Duff failed to see an approaching T- r-oad and when he! applied his brakes, the car skidded sideways 40 feet in loose gravel and turned over on its top in a ditch. The car tore up some fence and part of a bean field belonging to Burl Eber of Kewanna. Damage was estimated at $750 to the car, but no estimate -of da'mage to Eber's property .was given. Kenneth E. Perry, 63, Akron, was lodged in Fulton county jail •Friday by the sheriff's office on orders of Fulton circuit court after he failed to appear in court as scheduled for arraignment Fri day morning. Perry is charged by Akron and state police with DUI. He was air- rested May 21 and put in jail but released later on advice of his doctor. In other circuit court action Friday, Dwight L. Miller was granted a divorce from Mabel L. Miller. Property of the couple was disposed of in accordance with a prior agreement. SAIGON,- South Viet Nam (AP) —A sightseeing.taxi.fide north of Saigon turned into' a 68-day adventure in .Communist guerrilla lands 'for German businessman Olaf Mueller., Freed after weeks of brainwashing, he told Saturday of guerrillas masquerading as Buddhist monks with headquarters in a hilltop temple. • Mueller, 27, said he was cap- :ured while riding in a taxi to visit 'a Buddhist shrine. Five men dressed in South Viet Nam army uniforms stopped the cai' and took lim and the driver to the hilltop temple, where a 65-year-old woman interrogated them. "She was very poorly dressed and extremely thin but she identified herself as the political commander," Mueller said. "She said I was suspected of' being a German spy employed by the Ger mans to spy for the Americans." "Even the Buddhist priests are Viet Cong (Communist guerrillas) and they spoke to me in French, saying what a' wonderful .place North Viet Nam is," Mueller related. He said that after intensive questioning he was blindfolded and taken to another shrine located in a stone cave. "All the people in the temple are Viet Cong," he said. "There are no real'priests there.'" . Next, he said, he was marched through jungle and rice paddies and taken to ,a large Viet Cong camp where he was subjected to intensive propaganda. "They gave me some political literature,' 14 pages in French, and I had to read it aloud four times a day," he said.. A political officer also gave daily lectures on the theme that the Viet Cong are independent liberation fighters. "These Viet Cong wanted me to be convinced this movement is a movement of the people of South Viet Nam and is not being run from Hanoi (capital of Communist North Viet .Nam)," he related. Mueller, who lives in Hamburg, said larger issues of the cold>war, such as the Berlin question, were never raised by the guerrillas, but they made clear during.their lectures they firmly oppose Ameri' can support of the South Viet Nam government. ; ' ' .Mueller said he was taken to a number of camps, walking openly during daylight, but with dif- Special Session Set For Miami Council PERU — .The Miami County Council will meet in special ses- at 10 a.m. Wednesday, June 20th to study appropriations sought totaling $22,019.15. Most of the requests for additional money comes from the reassessment of real estate being completed this year. Other officials asking for additional funds include the sheriff, recorder, county agent and health officer. REALGAS jflIGH QUALITY LOWER PRICES SIS W. Market Hi-Way 21 Seventh and North 18tb and Woodlawn Side Dress NITRANA LIQUID NITROGEN CROP-MAKER SOIL SERVICE Call Walton 3715 Collect Step Up To Modern Living Arc repairs on* that older home eating into your bank account? Do you pay rent over |60 a month? H the answer to these questions is yes, it's time to look • into the .savings we can give you with a brand new home you can call your own. Wayne Myers BUILDER OF NEW HOMES PHONE 3162 Sightseeing Taxi Ride Is 68-Day Adventure 'erent military guards and guides every day. He said he "just spent my time dreaming about good food" until one day he was marched to a road where the guerrillas stoppec a car and forced the driver to take him to a nearby village. With him was the Vietnamese driver who had started out with Mueller on.the sightseeing trip. At .the village, he said, "I hired a car and returned to Saigon as I left-iri a taxi." John Mussel man Dies At Hospital FULTON — John Musselman, 82, retired farmer, of route 1, Twelve Mile, died at 7 p.m. Saturday evening at Woodlawn hospital, Rochester. He had been admitted there earlier in the afternoon. He had been in failing health for (wo years. Born Feb. 11, 1880, in Chili, he was the son of James and Susan Whitmyer Musselman. He had lived in the Twelve Mile community most of his life. His.marriage on Jan. 14, 1908 in Logansport was to Pearl Vanata. Her death occurred in January this year. Survivors are seven daughters and five sons: Mrs.. ( Flossie Rush, Mrs. Tressie Towne, Mrs. Elsie Rush, all of Rochester; Mrs. Evelyn EhKnger, Mrs. Dorothy Rush, Macy; Mrs. Ethel Rhodes,' Logansport; Mrs. Gertrude Townsend, Twelve Mile; Roy, Logansport; Ralph and Wayne, Twelve Mile; Richard and Leonard, at home; 23 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren. Two sons preceded him in death. Other survivors are three brothers: Elmer, Nathan, and R. R. all of Twelve Mile. Friends may call v after seven o'clock this evening at theDit- mire . Davidson funeral home. Services will be there at two o'clock Tuesday. The Reverend F. Gadden will officiate and burial will be in Greenlawn cemetery at'Mexico. Joseph H. Laird, 80, Of Bunker Hill, Dies; Final Rites Monday PERU—Joseph Harley La!rd, 80, Of Bunker Hill died at D:45 p.m. Friday in Dukes Hospital. Born in 'Miami/County, Aug. 26, 1881, he was the son of Joseph H. and Mary Jane (Welch) Laird. He was married in 1908 to Beatrice Slusher and she preceded him in death. In 1915 he married Erma Herrell, who survives. Other survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Nick Carter of Sarasota, Ma.;' a step-son, Russell Herrell of Peru; one grandchild, four step- grandchildren; a brother, Charley Laird of Milwaukee; , and three sisters, Mrs. Clarence Miller, route 5, Peru;' Mrs. Vem Jenkins, route 1, Bunker Hill; Mrs. Carrie Ruch of Wauwatosa, Wis. He had spent his lifetime in Miami County. Funeral; services will be in the 'Leon Allen Funeral Home Bunker' Hill at 2 p.m. Monday; with the Rev. Vern Stuber officiating. Burial will be in the Springdale cemetery, Bunker Hill. ' Friends may call at the funeral home after itt a.m. today. The GOP Counsel Admits Giving Press Report WASHINGTON (AP) Republican counsel who was fired from a House investigating subcommittee for leaking a secret report on Billie Sol Estes to the press says he gave it to a reporter without even being asked for it. He also made the Agriculture Department report available to a Republican congressman who was n'ot involved in the investigation, Robert E. Manuel told the House Intergovernmental Relations sub; committee at a. secret session Thursday preceding his ouster. The transcript of'-;the session was made public Saturday. Manuel said he was only following the rules of the game in turning over a copy of the report to Earl Mazo,. 1 national political correspondent of the New York Her- Id Tribune, and to Rep. William Cramer, R-Fla., before it had been seen by members of the sub committee. The group is investigating Estes' grain storage opera- •tion.s "I did not invent the system of leaks," Manuel said. "I know it exists; it exists very widely. As a matter of fact I know one reporter that has gotten a Pulitzer Prize out of a leak." At the end of a stern lecture by Democrats on the subcommittee Manuel said he wouldn't do it again, and conceded, "I took these thiligs, I am afraid, in a little too cavalier fashion." A story based on the 150-page report was published by the Herald Tribune on June 1 and subsequently the Agriculture Department made it public. Manuel said that was the purpose of his action.' He said he felt the report would be h'elpful to a Texas grand jury investigating the mysterious fatal shooting of Henry H. Marshall, an Agriculture Department official who was then conducting an investigation of Este&' cotton allotment dealings. Manuel said he telephoned Texas Atty. Gen. Will Wilson on May 24, the day be'fore he officially joined the subcommittee, and was told by Wilson the grand jury investigation was being impeded because the report was not available to him. "I thought it was just simply horrible (hat the Department of Agriculture would not be any more concerned about a grand jury session in Texas trying to find out who killed'one of their investigators .who stumbled on the Billie Sol Estes mess," Manuel Manuel said. On May 26, Atty. Gen. 'Robert F. Kennedy announced the Justice Department was rushing to the grand jury excerpts of the report .that dealt with Marshall. Weather Elsewhere High Low Pr. Albany, cloudy 83 .47--".7 Atlanta, cloudy 82^ 7| .41 Bismarck, cloudy ..•• 75 5V'= ,.44 Boise, cloudy SV 53 Boston, cloudy ,....1. 84 59 Buffalo, cloudy,'.. 86 52 .. Chicago, railn ........ 82 661.41 Cincinnati,, cloudy...... M '66 Cleveland; cloudy .... .86 ^60 Denver, clear 76 '41 .. Des Moiries, cloudy ..80 62 .40 Detroit, cloudy........ 85 65 Fairbanks, clear ... Fort "Worth, clear ., Honolulu, cloudy ... Indianapolis, .cloudy Jacksonville, coudy Juneau,;! coudy ....... 46 41 .08 Kansas City, clear Los Angeles, cloudy Memphis, cloudy ... Miami, cloudy ..... Milwaukee, cloudy 76 63 .02 68 58 .. 88 70 .. 85 76 ... 79 58 .40 Mpls.-St. Paul, cloudy 79 63 .. New Orleans, cloudy . 89 71 .. New York, coudy — 83 57 .. Omaha, clear 77 59 .05 Philadelphia, clear ... 87 58 .. Phoenix, clear 102 60 ,. Pittsburgh, clear ...;. 82 62 .. Portland, Me., clear .. 80 65 .. Portland, Ore., clear . 67 44 .. U.S. Announces Extension Of Nuclear Tests HONOLULU (AP)-The United States announced Saturday a temporary extension of the Johnston Island nuclear test area for the next high-altitude test. Joint Task Force 8 said the test will be in the megaton, range, detonated at an altitude of hundreds of kilometers, the largest of the high-altitude nuclear blasts and is expected to be visible in Hawaii. . It previously said the test would foe conducted next week, weather permitting.' The task force said the area was extended because of expected light intensity from the, test, lobe conducted at night Potential hazard associated with the test is that eye damage might occur from direct viewing'of the initial high-intensity light within certain distances from the detonation. . .' These distances vary with the •altitude of the observer. The test area remains circular in shape with the radius extended 530 nautical miles at the surface around Johnston Island. This is an increase of 60 nautical miles at the surface and 350 nautical miles at 40,000 feet, a spokesman'said. ..Enlargement of the area is effective June 12 and continues as long as necessary. 'A four-day warning' will be given mariners and aviators prior to Hie Mast. .42 75 44 82 66 84-72 .. 83 68 .10 89 73 .20 Richmond, clear 86 49 .. St. Louis, cloudy ..... 85 68 ; .12 San.Diego, cloudy .... 63 60 .. San Francisco; clear .57 50 . .. Seatile, cloudy ...:... 61 46 .. 89 69 .30 .83 61 '.. . 80 55' .. Tampa, v rain : Washington, clear Winnipeg, cloudy . <M—Missing) Deer Creek Bureau To Convene Monday Deer Creek towpship Farm Bureau will meet at 8 p.m. Monday at the Young America school. Each member is to take a glassl Sheriff Bernard Leavitt will iw guest speaker. There will be sper'- cial entertainment. • '.'. Pet and,Hobby members will meet with their leader, Mrs. Roni; aid Chambers. ;• '*• 6 Sale Calendar June 9—Mr. and Mrs. Hermar. Glaive Daugherty "• June 9—Berkshires ..: Keith Berkshire .1 June 9—Minnie A, Maxwell Rineharts Aucts..; June 15—Weddington's Auction Room .. .Weddingtqn i June 16—Kenneth Orem Sr. .. ". .Thompson &.Rinehart ,June 16—Floyd Eakins Roy Crume , June 23—Earl Jordon Estate Rineharts, Aucts.; it's so AMD IT'S INEXPENSIVE TOO People are continually looking for ways to make life a little easier for themselves and their families. The Classified Advertising Department of the Pharos-Tribune and Press has done its part toward this end by making it so easy to place a Want Ad in their newspapers. A simple phone call or postcard will set into motion the process which will place your ad before the eyes of 80,000 readers in this area! Expertly trained in writing ads that will reach out and bring prospects to your door, the Classified people make their talents available to every individual who has something to sell, buy, hire or rent. 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