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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 11

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, June 11, 1962
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FACTORY AUTHORJZBD NEW CAR DEALERS CHEVROLET DODGE DART MANN CHEVROLET Flora, Ind. Phone 967-4123 Dillman Chevrolet—Ph. 4-0123 St. Rd. 25, Clymers. Ind. CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH-VALIANT Hendrickson Motor Sales, Inc. 417 Third St. Ph. 5151 BUICK WSE Buick-Chevrolet—Ph. 4135 2nd at Broadway, Logansport FORD-FALCON Johnson Ford Sales—Ph. 5103 25th at E. Market St., Logansport Winamac Motor Co.—Ph. 940-3119 214 Monticello St., Winamac, Ind. RAMBLER R & K RAMBLER MOTORS 801 E. Main, Logansport Thomas & Everman, 517 North St. Dodge, Darts, Dodge Trucks PONTIAC WASSON—BUICK-PONTIAC Delphi, Ind. Pnone LO-4-3040 or LO-4-2415 Judge Transferred To Marion Hospital PERU — Miami Circuit Judge Henry Bailey, who was transferred Sunday afternoon from Woodlawn hospital, Rochester, to the Marion general hospital, is reported in fair condition today. He is under oxygen. Judge Bailey was stricken lasl Thursday morning while fishing on Lake Manitou. FAMILY GEMS MISSING $ uper Smasher INDIANAPOLIS DPI) - When) Lyman S. Ayres, Indianapolis department store executive brought his family home after he had received . an honorary degree at Franklin College commencement Sunday, he found $10,000 to $14,000 in jewelry missing. .The loot stolen during the family's absence included three wrist watches, a pearl necklace, a sapphire ring and a diamond-sapphire clip. BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (UPD- The Midwestern Universities Ke- search Association has proposed to the Atomic Energy Commission that a super "atom-smasher" be constructed 'at Stoughton, Wis., to speed up nuclear research; Allan C. G. Mitchell, head of the Indiana University physics department, is president of the organization, which includes Indiana, Purdue and Notre Dame in its membership. FITNESS GKOUP OLD WASHINGTON (UPI) - The American Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation—the official "arm" of President Kennedy's Youth Fitness Program—was founded in 1885 by William G. Anderson of Yale. Anglers Associated In 1732 PHILADELPHIA (UPI) - The first fishing club on the North American continent was formed in 1732 and was called the Schuylkill Fishing Company with headquarters in this city. Deaths and 1 Funerals City, Cass County DAHM, MRS. MARY K., 80, of 914 E. Broadway, city. Funeral rites at 9 a.m. Wednesday, St. Joseph's church. Burial in Mt. Calvary cemetery. Call at the Kroeger funeral home after p.m. Monday. District JOHNSON, CLAUDE R., 67, of 702 Jay St., Rochester. Funeral services at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Foser and Good funeral home, Rochester. Burial in IOOF cemetery at Rochester. Call at the funeral Late Markets Hawkins 200 lo 220 16.15 220 to 240 15.85 240 to 260 15.35 260 to 280 14.85 280 to 300 ....1 14.35 Sows 14.00 down Boars 9.00 down WSE CHEVROLET PRESENTS The Fastest Gun Alive Joe Bodrie Tuesday JUNE 12,1962 7:30 to 10p.m. lAITTMB WSE Showroom 201 E. BROA'DWiAiY L0&AN5PORT FREE REFRESHMENTS FOR ALL! ADMISSION! See Joe Bodrie, "The Fastest Gun Alive," a foremost expert on gun safety, proper handling and firing weapons, in an exciting exhibition of gun handling. A star of stcge, screen and television, Mr. Bodrie has appeared on television programs including Wyatt Earp, Sheriff of Cochise, U. S. Marshal, Gunsmoke, Broken Arrow and Wells Fargo] NO ONE CAN BEAT JOE BODRIE'S FAST DRAW! AND NO ONE CAN BEAT WSE's FASTEST DEALS ALIVE! ON THE ALL NEW 1962 CHEVROLETS! IMPALAS — BEL AIRS — BISCAYNES — CORVAIRS — CHEVY !l's SEDANS— HARDTOPS — CONVERTIBLES — STATION WAGONS —TRUCKS ALSO ON DISPLAY CORVAIR Convertible This is the newest ,hottest number in Chevrolet's long line of exciting automobiles. You've asked for it, now here it is, the fabulous Corvair Convertible. GREENBRIER Camper Units A complete camping outfit with all the equipment designed for the Corvair Greenbriar. Ready to go on that trip to the mountains, the lake or "way out west." SEE IT ALL TUESDAY NIGHT AT CHEVROLET 201 E. 'Broadway Phone 4135 MUSSELMAN, JOHN, 82, of 'ural route 1, Twelve Mile.. Fu- leral services at .2 p.m. Tuesday, Ditmire-Davidson funeral home, 'ulton. Burial in Greenlawn cemetery, Mexico. Call at the funeral lome. ORR, MRS. IRVING, 93, of Mo non. Funeral services at 2 p.m. Tuesday, SleVart funeral home, Uonon. Burial in Delphi Masonic cemelery. Call al the funeral lome. COMMUNITY BRIEFS Buraettsville Poultry Leghorns .07 Heavey Hens .17 Third Street Market Lambs .18 Beef Hides 03 Veal Hides 13 Producers Marketing Assn. 190-lo 215, No. 1 16.90 190 to 220, No. 2, No, 3 ... 16.40 Sows 13.50 down Boars 10.00 down Wayne's Produce Heavy Hens 10 Leghorns 06 Klumpp Produce (Deci Creek) Heavy Hens : .12 Leghorns •. 06 Eggs .19 Dipl< 4,300 Get omas at Ceremonies By United Press International NEARLY 4,300 Hoosier college and university students today are lolders of degrees from' eight iidiana schools. Commencement exercises Sunday at the schools all but completed the season's programs. Two schools have yet to hold their commencements. Indiana Technical College at Fort Wayne will jresent diplomas next Saturday and degrees will be awarded at Anderson College June 18. President M. 0. Ross of Butler University, who will soon retire, ^resented diplomas to 380 graduates and officiated at .his final service at that baccalaureate school. At Franklin College in Franklin, Dr. Herman B Wells, retiring president of Indiana University, was the .commencement speaker for 115 graduates. President Lee Du Bridge of Ihe California Institute of Technology spoke lo 435 g'raduates at DePauw University at Greencaslle. Sen Vance Harlke, 'D-Ind., was the commencement speaker for 43i graduates at Valparaiso University. Other commencements were hel'd at Ball State Teachers Col- Popcjoy's Poultry Farm Heavy Hens 15 INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - Livestock: Hogs 5,400; 25-50 higher; 190-225 l'b 17.00-17.50; bulk 180.-240 Ib 16.5017.00; 240-270 Ib 15.75-1S.59, few 16.75; 270300 Ib 15.25-18.00; 300-350 Ib 14.75-15.25; 150-170 Ib 15.00-16.25; sows steady lo strong to 25 lower; 300-400 Ib 13.50-14.50; 400-600 11: 12.75-13.50. Cattle 3,000; calves 100; steady to weak; choice steers 25.00; goot and mixed good and choice 23.0024.50; standard 20.75-21.00; choice and prime heifers 25.00; mixec good and choice 23.50; standare and good 20.00-22.50; cows un evenly steady lo weak lo 50 lower; utility and commercial 14.50-17.00; canners and cutters 13.0045.00; bulls about steady; utility and commercial 18.00-20.00; vealen steady, high choice 30.50; goot and choice 26.00-30.00; standard and low good 22.00-26.00. Sheep 250; steady; choice anc mixed choice and prime spring lambs 21.00-22.50; good lo low choice 19.0n-20.0fl. irths MEMORIAL: Born to Mr. and TS, Taylor Dalton, Peru, a son. • -•-• Hospital Notes OSPITAL NOTES ET ST. JOSEPH — Admissions: irs. Lucille Dean, 101 E. Colfax :.; Richard Detoy, Flora; Terry ozma, 1609 Royal Center Pike, ismissals: Sandra Lunsford, 930 ink st.; Janice Carter, Lucerne; rs. Elizabeth Ennis, 400 Bart- it st.; Mrs. Ronald Albright and on, 225 Grove. MEMORRIAL - Admissions: lien Hamilton, 1234 N. Third st.; onald Rinehart, 1503 Johnson .; Mrs. Marcia Wolfe, 1426 Loelia st.; Mrs. Glady Bougher, ural route 5; Mrs. Lynetta Hos- eller, Wolcott. Dismissals: Leo nderson, 818 Daisy st.; Roy Biney, rural route 1, Royal Center; ilrs. Brent Craig arid daughter, mamac; Mrs. Eleanor Deane, Oil North il.; Ronald Harmon, 413 Dizardie st.; Mrs. Robert Jewell, rural route 2, Royal Cener; James Rodgers, rural route ; Debora and Steven Smith, War- aw; Keith Woolever, rural route Walton. CHICAGO (UPI)—Livestock: Hogs 7,500; strong to mostly 2 higher; No 12 190-225 Ib 17.00 17.25; around 100 head No 1-2 200 210 Ib 17.50; mixed No 1-3 190-23 Ib 16.50-17.00; 230.250 Ib 18.00-16.5 No 2-3 250-270 Ib 15.50-16.00; 27 300 ft 15.00-15.50; load around 32 Ib 14.75. Cattle 18,500, calves 25; slaugh ter steers steady to 25 lower lege at Muncie where 1,588 gradu- 'heifers mostly steady, few earl 0 .. _ _*•"_. t i _ i _ ni- 1 • _l 1—_ ales received diplomas; Indiana Slale College.at Terre Haute with 1,130 graduates; Earlham College at Richmond with 175, and Herron Art School at Indianapolis had 27 receiving degrees. At Butler, Dr. David D. Henry, president of the University of Illinois, urged graduates to give increased attention to those "unglamorous dulies which are at the heart of community vitality" and "to share in those many citizen activities which make a commu- ity worth living in." Henry and Mrs. G. H. A. Clowes of Indianapolis were awarded honorary degrees. Wells said at Franklin that the Communisl • philosophy, "cannot win the battle for men's minds except by our default." He was one of five persons tw receive honor- aries. The others were, the Rev. Arthur S. Dodgson, Indianapolis; Lyman S. Ayres, Indianapolis; Neil E. Firestone, New York City, and Dr. John S. Cady, Athens, Ohio. At DePauw, DuBridge said thai "America's No. 1 problem is edu- oalion." He said Ihe world's problems cannot be solved "except through wisdom and learning" and that "education is the process by which the individual hearts and minds of men are prepared for their fullest use." sales strong to 25 higher; vealer weak; several loads mostly prim 1250-1325 ft steers 27.50-28.00; bul high choice and mixed choice an prime 1100-1350 ib 25.75-27.25; bul choice 24.50-25.50; good large!; 22.50-24.25; several loads hig choice and mixed choice an prime heifers 25.40 and 25.50 bulk choice 24-25-25.25; good an low choice 21.75-24.00; few slam ard and good vealers 20.00-25.00 Sheep 1,000; spring slaughte lambs strong to 50 higher; shorn lambs steady; several lots choic and prime 85-105 Ib spring slaugl ter lambs 24.50-25.00; mostl choice 23 .'50-24.00; good and choic 22.00-23.50; part deck good I moslly choice 100 Ib shorn lamb No 1 pelts. 19.00; deck mostl good 90 Ib 17.00. Flames Damage Spencer House INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)—Fire in the Spencer House hotel routed guests from nearly fifl rooms early today. The fire was reported by Paul B. Ragsdale, copy editor of the Indianapolis News, who found his room filled with smoke when his alarm rang at 5 a.m. Firemen said the blaze apparently started in a two-room suite registered in the name of Mr. and Mrs. William Andrews, Miami Beach, Fla. Marvin Jones,, resident manager of the hotel, said most rooms on the fourth and fifth floors would have to Be redecorated. CHICAGO (UPI)-*Producc: Live poultry roasters 20-22; spi cial fed White Rock Fryers 1 18'/ 2 . 'Cheese single daisies 38'/a-40 longhorns 8V4-40V4',' proccsse loaf 6-8; Swiss Grade A 47-52 B 45-50. Butter steady; 9 score score 57; 90 score 54V4; 81 Eggs steady to firm;' whit large extras 29; mixed large e> tras 28!/ 3 ; mediums 2^; stanc ards 26. Around Town Bunker Hilt Hospital Notes Admitted: Friday Airman 3C Robert Strong Appeal KEBNE, N.H. (UPI)—When arraigned on vagrancy charges in Municipal Court today, .Harmond Smith, 54, Fort Wayne, Ind.. said he would appeal any,decision by Judge Arthur Olson to the U.S. Supreme Court. "I'm a lawyer. I know my rights," Smith told Olson before the judge disposed of the case. "All right then," the judge said, "get out of towji and don't come back." Smith didn't, appeal. Quotes From The News By United Press International BONN — Chancellor Konn Adenauer, explaining why a clos bond between France and Gei many is important to the secu ity of the West: <r M German economic power were to come under Russian influence without war, but through political events, then the Soviet Union strengthened by German economic power could cause the United States the greatest difficulties. Therefore a strong, close friendship between France and Germany is absolutely in the interest of the United States." -NEW HAVEN, Conn. — President Kennedy, in his commencement address at Yale University: "Some conversations I have recently heard — and overheard — our own country sound like old records, long-playing, left over •from the midde thirties. The de : bate of the thirties had its great significance and produced its great results. But it took place in a different world with different needs and different tasks. It is our responsibility today to live in our own world — and to identify •the needs and discharge the tasks of the nineteen sixties." lollis and Danna Duzan. Dismissed: Airman 3C James Jeitel, Gradey Porter, Richarc Crumbling, Mrs. 'Connie Grose, /Irs. Hatlie Parker and daughter, "indi, Patricia Wood and Steven Hurray. Saturday Admitted: Mrs. Marjorie Strea- or, Mrs. Josie Conley, Scot 'hompson, Mrs. M a r g a r e ' Schmunk, Mrs. Beryl Cunning lam and Ann Nault. Dismissed: S.M.Sgl. Harry Johnson, Mrs. Ellen Clabaugh and son, Donald, Mrs. Daisy For sythe and daughler, Deborah, am Mrs. Shirley Tuckwcll. Birlhs; A daughler to S.Sgl and Mrs. Paul Slreator; a son tc S.Sgt. and Mrs. Patrick Conle; and a son to S.Sgt. and Mrs. Jaci Schmunk. Sunday Admitted: Mrs. Myrlis Snidei Mrs. Judith McGuire and Mrs Shirley Perkins. Dismissed: Mrs. C a t h e r i n Cheser and son, Clarence an Teresa Hummel. Larry G. Bender, yeoman thir class, USN, son of Mr. and Mr: George J. Bender of 2228 Wrigh st., Logansport, Ind., was ac vanced to the aljove rale on Ma 37, while serving aboard the de stroyer USS Robert K. Hunling (on, operaling out of Maypori Fla. Advancement is the resul of passing a fleet-wide compel. live examination administerei last February. DeWayne N. McCIaeb, musicia third class, USN son of Mr. an Mrs. William I. McCIaeb of 11 Beach st, Logansport, Ind. wa advanced while serving at th Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Fla Pvl. Thomas F. Carney, son o Mr. and Mrs. Elias E. Came; Route 4, Logansport, Ind., cu: rently is undergoing advancec (raining in Ihe Specialist Trainin Regimenl's Company A (Radi School) al Fort Knox, Ky. He scheduled lo graduate from 11 school August 2, The 22-year-d soldier entered the Army la March and completed basic com bat training at Fort Knox. Don Freehafer, cily, an Charles Goodrich, Royal Cenle who were graduated from D Pauw university in 1937, receive silver anniversary medals durin (he annual Alumni chapel at Ik Pauw Saturday. The silver ann versary class dinner was he' Saturday night. Freehafer ah attended the Rector Scholar alum ni dinner Sunday noon. Judith Ann, Bingaman, 19, 2111 Jefferson S(., was arrestec at 2:55 a.m. Monday by city p lice on a charge of running stop sign on Twenty-second Sin at Market. Army Pvt. Larry A. Widner, 2 son of Mr. and Mrs. Marion '. Widner, 414 W. Linden ave., L( gansport, Ind., recently coinple ed eight weeks of military polii training at the Provost Marsh General School, Fort Gordon, G Widner was taught subjects su as civil and military law, Iraff control, map reading, prisone of-war control and self defens He entered the Army last Decerr ber and completed basic trainin at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Wi ner is a 1959 graduale of Logan port High School. Circuit Court • Damages of $1,000 are asked-by onald Norzinskay in a suit gainst Fleel Carrier Corporation id its agenl, Richard Cascdne, p-owing out of an auto-truck col- sion on U. S. 24 east of (he cily i June 8, 1960. The plaintiff ial- ges his car. driven by his wife, arjorie, was easlbound and al- mpling to turn into (lie East- ate shopping center- when the chicle was struck by the west- aund truck driven by Cascone. harles K. Michael is the allo'r- ey for Ihe plaintiff. Allorney Leland Smith was ap- ointed administrator de bonis on with the will annexed of the stale of the late Frank Payson. ic estate is being reopened dOe i the recent death of Grace Payon, who left assets of $8,000 be- nging to (he Frank PaysQn slale. His sister, two grandchil- •en, and his wife's sister are eirs under the will. City Court James Cox, 35, of S34'/2 Mel- ourne Ave., was fined $25 and osls Monday morning when he >peared before Judg Frank Tol- ert in city court on charges of riving under the influence,. He ad been arresled Salurday on Mbourne Avenue. : James Leo Kasch, 20, of 601 Vheatland Ave., and Larry Dean rockett, 19, of 837 Bates St., r ere each fined $10 and costs on barges of illegal possession of Icoholic beverages. Anthony M. Grasso, 22, of Uishawaka, paid $5 and costs-for seeding 48 m.p.h. in a 30 m.p.h. one Salurday. Opal M. Haley,'47, ndianapolis, was fined ?1Q and osts for not having an operator's cense. There were three cases of public ntoxication. Miss Susanne Smith, 2329 North it., was graduated from DePauw university Sunday. Her parents, Attorney and Mrs. Leland Smith, and her brother, Joseph, a Wa- iash college student, attended the jaccalaureale and commencement programs. Army Pvt. Harold E. Young, son of Mr. and Mrs, Karl C. Young, Route 3, Rochester, Ind., departed from Hickman Air Force 3ase, Hawaii, June 1 with other •enforcements to bolster the strength of the 25th Division's 27th mfantry (Wolfhounds) in Thai- and. A girl's red-white bicycle was •eported stolen to police by Jan Whitney, 217 Twenty-third St. Bayh Sees Demo Lead Of 2 to 1 INDIANAPOLIS (UPD-Former House Speaker Birch Bayh Jr. opened his Indianapolis headquar- ,crs today with a prediction that ie would win Die Democratic senatorial nomination on Ihe first ballot. Bayh, who has been endorsed formally by six of the 11 district organizations, estimated that his lead over his nearest opponent, Indianapolis Mayor Charles H. Boswell, would be "possibly more than 2 to 1." Al a news conference Bayh outlined his views on party factionalism arising from Boswell's at- lacks on Governor Welsh, who is backing Bayh. "We Democrats fight like cats and dogs and like brothers and sku before the convention, .but afterwards we join ranks and fight s a team against (he Republicans," Bayh said. "Our victory prospects this fall against Sen. Homer E. Capehart are good. We have a strong organization, a popular president and a popular governor. Their programs of good government will be easy to sell to the voters," IK said. Bayh lined up for a lax cut, as proposed by President Kennedy, and predicted that it would slim- ulaf.e the national economy. When asked concerning Mayor Boswell's denunciations of him r.s "the boy candidate," Bayh said: "It reminds me of a story they tell alx>ul Ihe lead horse that never kicks the horses behind him in the race." He added that if he wins the nomination, he will ask Boswell, as lllh District chairman, for support in the senatorial battle again Capehart. Boswell has scheduled a big rally in Indianapolis Tuesday night. Bayh said he was elated that all 53 LaPorte County delegates !o the state convention have pledged their backing to him. He will hold a breakfast session with St. Joseph County party chiefs Friday morning. SB—' Sale Calendar June 15—Weddington's Auction Room .. .Weddington June 16—Kenneth Orem Sr. ... .Thompson & Rinehart June 16—Floyd Eakins Roy Grume June 23—Earl Jordon Estate ........Rineharts, Aucts.

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