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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 12

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, June 11, 1962
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rwelve Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune DELPHI— New Deputy Selected by Treasurer DELPHI - Mrs. Ira Fisher, of rural route 4. Delphi, has been •finmed deputy county Treasurer by County Treasurer Calvin Carey to fill the vacancy left by the resignation of Mrs. Bonnie Frank. Mrs. FrantB has served as depii ty Treasurer since Jan. 1, 1961. Mrs. Fisher is a former employe of the Carroll county Welfare Department. Mrs. Frantz will resign about June 20 and will take a position in the disbursing department at (he Bunker Mil! Air Force Base. Named To Board Judge William B. Smith has reappointed Mrs. Maude Davidson Carr as a member of the Carroll County Welfare Board from June 1, 1962 to May 31, 1966. Mrs. Canis the widow of the late Judge Benjamin Carr, former judge of the Carroll-While circuit court. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Martin Fisher,of Hebron, former local residents, have issued invitations to the wedding of their daughter, Floramae Fisher to Loyal Merle Cutforlh, on Saturday, June 30, at 3 p.m. in the Methodist church at Hebron. The bride-to-be attended the Delphi high school and was also employed at the Delphi Journal before the family moved to Hebron. She has been teaching in the LaPorte schools. Lawrence Mummert has filed a pelition in Carroll Circuit court seeking restoration of his drivers permit for limited driving. The action was filed by Bishop and Bishop of Flora. John Peterson was elected president of the CIMCO 44 at the annual business meeting held in the county agents office. Other officers elected were John Temple, vice president and Mrs. Anthony Hanrahan, was reelected secretary-treasurer. The group discussed county road markings, trash dumpipg areas and historical markers. Harvey Lynch, 92, is seriously ill in St. Elizabeth hospital in Lafayette. His brother Ed Lynch, 95, and George Brewer visited him at the hospital. Marie White Fire Ins. Ph. 2491 S 251» $500 on just your own signature or security. Phone 6116 FREE BUDGBT CONSUiUN'G SERVICE LOCAL FINMCE Near Tie in Peru Election LIMA, Peru (UPI)—Three candidates for president were in a near tie early today in an election that may affect President Kennedy's Alliance for Progress program in Peru. As returns dribbled in from the remote provinces, armed troops kept a close vigil on the vote counting, but no incidents were reported. The turnout was heavy but orderly Sunday. With less than 10 per cent of the nation's 12,183 voting districts reporting, the first editions of four Lima newspapers each had a difference order and vote count. Two said Victor Haya de la Torre of the Socialist Apra party was leading, one said ex-President Manuel A. Odria, 64, a former general, of the- Odria National Union was ahead, and one had Fernando Belaunde Terry, 49, leader of Ihe left-of-ccnter Popular Action party in the lead. Marble Plaque Honors Fisher A marble plaque carved with a Wabash river scene will hang in the halls of Riley junior high school in honor of Laban J. Fisher, retired principal. Announcement of the plaque, given by the school children was made at a ceremony last week at the school in his honor. The scene will depict Fisher's favorite vista in Cass county, the bend in the Wabash river above Lockport. The plaque will be carved this summer by the Billman Monu- nent Co. from a photograpli taken by Fisher. Approximate dimensions will be 24xl5x% inches. Rites Tuesday for Mrs. Maude Orr, 93 MONON — Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday 31 the Stewart funeral home in Monon for Mrs. Maude Emma Orr 93, widow of Irving Orr, of Mo non, Burial will be in the Delphi Masonic cemetery. Mrs. Orr died at 6:10 p.m. Sun _day at the Home hospital in La 'fayette where she had been a pa tient since May 9 after suffering a broken hip in a fall. She was born in Iowa and hac been a resident of Monon 71 years She was a member of the Metho dist church. Her marriage was in 1886 anc her husband died in 1934. Survivors include two daughters Mrs. Harriett Benson and Mrs Lyland Heimlich, both of Monon; a son, Luther D. Orr, Lafayette; two sisters, Mrs. Frances Storey Des Moines, Iowa and Mrs. Ly land Hillis, Council Bluffs, Iowa; 11 grandchildren; 21 great-grand children and two great-great grandchildren. Friends may call at the funei-a. home. Myers Greenhouse, Dial 3996 HALLMARK FATHER'S DAY CARDS DON'T FORGET DAD OOONIE'S GIFTS WALTON, IND. DR.O.LBRAUN Reg. Podiatrist Foot Specialist FOOT AI'LMENTS i Office 314 North St. IOGAN5PORT, PHONE 3330 , Wednesdays—Tria'ayi 9-4:30 / FAST DELIVERY SERVICE • Just lift your telephone, tell us what you need in drugs, health aids or sickroom supplies, and we'll make tiie delivery promptly. PORTER DRUG CO. PHONE 4282 Cor. 4th and Market Fred Kranz, R. Ph. PUBLIC AUCTION Located 1205 Ash .Street; go north on Third Street to railroad, then west to first slreet which is Ash Street, Logansport, Ind. SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1962 SALE TO BEGIN AT 1:00 P. M. 2 occasional chairs; antique stands; studio' couch; good 8-pc, dining room suite; glass door bookcase; TV chair; metal utility cart; floor lamps and table lamps; bedroom rocker and matching arm chair; small blonde drum table; 11x12 rug; bedding; pictures; silverware; 2-pc. living room suite; coffee table and end tables; shadow jox in frame; 4-pc. bedroom suite, springs and innerspring mattress; 3-pc. modern bedroom suite with bookcase headboard, springs and mattress; 4-pc. chrome dinette set; good Servel gas refrigerator with .arge deep freeze; Maytag aluminum tub washer; rotary power lawn mower; cooking utensils and miscellaneous articles. TERMS—CASH. Not responsible in case of accidents. FLOYD EAKINS, Owner y L. Crume, Auctioneer Kokomo Phone GL-2-847G 318 4th St. logansporfr, Ind. 1 ^ 1 I TTTT' /\^LjHi V CASH MARKET JL Ice Cream Soda Ultra-rich and so delicious! Our ice cream sodas are all such zesty treats! Big helpings of delicious ice-cream .. man, what flavor! For Treats Of All Kind—Try Our SODA FOUNTAIN at the CENTRAL DRUG STORE 4th and Broadway ChH O I C E VS E AT S HO Broadway SATISFACTION CUARANTEEC BAILEYS BABY BEEF Butter,, 59 0 OPEN All DAY WEDNESDAY What is the Better Business Bureau? The Central Indiana Better Business Bureau is supported entirely by business and professional firms which have a record of good business practices and customer relations. The Central Indiana Better Business Bureau can assist in many ways to mediate misunderstandings abo'Ut advertising or selling of merchandise and services or about financial investment. As a result—a better business community and a well informed public. Please write for details if you are interested in establishing a Cass County Extension of the Central Indiana BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU 30 BAST GEORGIA ST., INDIANAPOLIS 4, INDIANA RITES TUESDAY A. L Maines Dies in Auto Accident Arvin L. Maines, 54, former business administrator of the Logansport state hospital, was kiii- ed early'Sunday when he evidently fell asleep at the wheel of his car and crashed head-on against a bridge railing seven miles northwest of Westfield. Maines was traveling alone on Mule Barn Road in Hamilton county just off' Indiana 32 when the accident occurred at .12:05 a.m. He was pronounced dead of a crushed chest and fractured skull on arrival at Riverview hospital, Noblesville,. Maines, who> left Longcliff on Aug. 24, 1959, after four years as its business administrator, was the brother of Mrs. Harry Cohec, n. R. Dietze Plumbing & Heating Residential-Commercial Industrial Phone 3409 RUBBER STAMPS Made In Our Own Plant 2-DAY DELIVERY CHRONICLE PRINTING CO. 417 Market Ph. 4362 FOR OVER 25 YEARS! "ROSS REID Roofs 'em Right" Ph. 3388 Estimates Free of Young America. A.resident of route 3. Sheridan, Maines had been administrator of the Witham Memorial hospital at Lebanon since he left here. He was employed in the Fort Wayne state school as business administrator before coming here. He retired as a lieutenant commander in the Navy Medical Corps in 1954 after 30 years of service. He was a member of the SHIRT SERVICE tfN A HURRY IN by noon OUT by 4 themostinDRYClCAHlM 215 €. (Market OPEN AiRTS BARBER SHOP 102 IS. Third iSt. Between iNorth & High Old and New Customers (Welcome Art i/y\or:phet Lebanon Rotary club, the Masonic lodge and the Scottish Rite at Guthrie, Okla. Survivors are the widow, Charlene; a son, Donald, route 1, Noblesville;' tlie father, Jacob, of Kokomd; the sister, and £our grandchildren. The body was removed to the McMullen funeral home at Westfield, where final rites will be conducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday. Burial will be in Crownview cemetery, Sheridan. THAINlnTS SLEISPINGllAN ROME CITY, Ind. CUPD-Wil'lis Strong, 42, Rome City, was killed Sunday when a Pennsylvania Railroad freight train hit him near here. Authorities said he apparently was sleeping on the tracks. WOMEN WANTED ages 18 to 59 FOR SPiAiRE TIME training, with or without high school education, to laarn p/acti- cat nunling. There is a critical shortage of prac'ical nursei in this area. You are needed as doctor's assistants, in clinics, institutions, private duty, etc. Short spare time training with easy tuition plan. Spcc'al classes for male nurses. For free booklet called "Practical Nursing and you," write today. Free Placement Service Available To All Graduates Nurses Training Schools, Box Z-28 Pharos-Tribune & Press, Logansport, tnd., Sox A-252 Name Address Cily .Slate Occupation . Ago .... Telephone No ,. Mar Sing 5/28/62 Monday Evening, June 11,19(i2. SINGER ILL LAS VEGAS, Nev. (UPI>-Sing. er Delia Reese Sunday cancelled the remainder of her engagement at the Flamingo Hotel here because of illness and said she would return to her New York home to res). PLUMBERS STRIKE ENDS INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - About 700 members of the United Association of Plumbers and Sleamfit- ters are back on the job today in Indianapolis after a five-week strike was ended Friday by ratification of a new contract. DOUBLE WALL Bowl Shaped Tub... and you will roaltzo what' D big bargain If is at ... SQQ95 7J y With Trad. NOTHING DOWN Pay Only $1.45 Per Week 'S . "The Sto-u That Service Built" I 301 E, Mcufcet Phone 3300 PLUMBINGsHEATING 415 8UiST. - €A$Y PARKING ALoW DON SCHMIDT KOOL VENT The Finest. . . in Aluminum—Storm -Doors and Windows, Awnings, Siding, Guttering, Railing and Marquees. Several Colors to Choose From. ALSO SEE US FOR Overhead doors, ornamental iron, electric operators, room dividers, accordion folding doors, steel, aluminum and' gfass entrance doors. All types windows. Expert Installation and Maintenance EICO SALES ENGR. CO. U. S. 35 N. Route 1, Logansport, Ind. Call 3167 or 3494 for Free Estimates m MONTGOMERY WARD 510 North St. Phone 4193 Logansport, Ind. TRADE-IN SALE 4-SQUARE GUARANTEE 1. Against road hazards for the specified time. Adjustments pro* rated on months used, 2* Agalmt defects in materials, workmanship for life of tread. Ad- 'juitments prorated on tread wepr. 3. Nationwide service at oil branches. 4. Satisfaction guaranteed nationwide. Adjustment* ba»ed on sale price when returned. now...your old tire is worth S 3 on a brand-new, factory-fresh RIVERSIDE SAFETY NYLON * 6.7O-1S tube-type blackwall pfoc excice tax and trade-in tire GUARANTEED 21 MONTHS • Dependable service at a moderate price • 4 foil plies of tough Nylon cord for longer, safer mileage, more blowout protection • Over 2400 traction-producing edges in tread TUBELESS BLACKWALL No trade-In price With Trade 6.40-15 6.70-15 7.50-1 4 7.1 CM 5 8.00-14 7.60-15 8.00-15 18.95* 15.88* 19.95* '16.88* 21.95* 18.88* 23.95* 20.88* 26.95* 23.88* WH1TEWALLS $3 MORE TUBE TYPE BLACKWALL No trade-in price With Trade 6.40-15 15.95* 6.70-15 16.95* 7.10-15 19.95* 7.60-15 21.95* >8.00-15 24.95* *p!us excise tax 12.88* 13.88* 16.88* 18.88* 21.88* WHEEL BALANCING Indmduatly balanced by trained servicemen for smoother rides, longer tfre mileage. 1 4O 4 for $5.00 FREE MOUNTING SATISFACTION GUARANTEED oryourmoneyback! Q NO W- ONEY P° WN when you "Charge it" at Wards

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