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Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 13, 1962
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Wednesday Evening, June 13, 1962. True Life Adventures THIRST Wult Diane/ PnxlucUont Worlir flights R«nrv«d BEEN A UONS/PTC/ TKEK TO THE VvWERHOUS.BlJrr THEKE ]S A T7AS1SHKQUS )MTKUT7EK BETWEEN THE RHINOCEROS AWP THE UFE-6MNS UQU1E7. BETTER TO •piE'FisKTiMa THAN TO -PERISH of THIKST: SO HE CHARGES. /^Slf "FOR _. , .. BUFFALO MAKES WAV. ^ 6-13 PMrtbuUd by Kinir Fa Late Markets Popejoy's Poultry Farm Heavy Hens .15 Hawkins 200 to 220 16.40 220 to 240 16.10 240 to 260 15.65 260 to 280 15.25 280 to 300 14.75 Sows 13.75 down Boars 9.00 down BurnettsviHe Poultry Leghorns 0, Heavey Hens 17 Third Street Market Lambs 1! Beef Hides 05 Veal Hides 03 Producers Marketing Assn. 190 to 215, No. 1 190 to 220, No. 2, No. 3 17.00 16.50 Sows 13.50 down Boars 10.00 down Klumpp Produce (Deei Creek) Heavy Hens 12 Leghorns 06 Eggs .20 Wayne's Produce Heavy Hens 10 Leghorns ., 06 INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — Livestock: Hogs 5,500; unevenly steady to 50 higher; 190-225 lb 17.10-17.50; bulk 180-240 lb 16.50-17.10; 240-270 lb 16.00-17.00; 270-300 lb 15.5016.50; 300-350 lb 15.00-16.00; 150-170 lb 15.0-16.50; sows steady to 25 higher; 30-400 lb 13.50-14.75; 400650 lb 12.75-13.75. Cattle 1,200; calves 100; ' unevenly steady to strong to 25 higher; choice steers 25.00; good and mixed good and choice 23.00 24.50; good 22.50; good heifers 21.50-23.25; mixed good and choice mixed steer and heifer yearlings 24.00; good 23.00;, cows unevenly steady to weak; utility and commercial 14.50-17.00; canners' and cutters 13.00-15.00; bulls steady, utility and commercial 17.50-20.00; vealers steady, high choice and prime 29.50-30.00; good and choice 26.00-29.00; standard to low good 22.00-26.00. Sheep 450; strong to 50 higher; choice and mixed choice and prime spring Iambs 21.00-23.50; good 18.00-20.00. Deaths and Funerals City, Cass County BACKUS, MRS. MYRTLE, 84 of rural route, Lucerne. Funeral services at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Harrison funeral home, Royal Center. Burial in Indian Creek cemetery. Call at the funera home. DAIIM, MRS. MARY K., 80, of 914 E. Broadway, city. Funera: rites at 9 a.m. Wednesday, St. Joseph's church. Burial in Mt. Calvary cemetery. Call at the Kroeger funeral home. KNEPPER, RALPH; w., 63, of 814 Twentieth St., city. Funeral services • at 2 p.m. Friday, McCloskey-Hamillon - Kahle funeral home. Burial in Mt. Hope cemetery. Call at the-funeral home after 7 p.m. Wednesday. B. of R. T. services at 7:30 p.m. Thursday." STRAUCH, MRS. MARTHA, 81, of 1916 services Otto are St., city, pending Funeral at the Kroeger funeral home. Call at the funeral Wednesday. home after 7 p.m PERDUE, DOCK C., 64, of 414 Hanna St., city. Funeral services at 1 p.m. Saturday, Fisher funeral home. Burial in Mt. Hope cemetery. Call at the funeral home 'after 7 -p.m. Wednesday. District BRIDGE, FRANK ()., (12, of Reynolds. Funeral services at 1:30 p.m. Friday, Pike Creek Church of the Brethren. Rev. Leroy Dick will officiate and burial will be in Riverview cemetery, Monticello. church one hour Call prior at the to rites and at the Miller funeral home after 7 p.m. Wednesday, FISHER, JOHN H., 88, of Delphi. Funeral services at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Jackson funeral home, Delphi. 'Burial in Maple Lawn cemetery at Flora. Call at the funeral home. CHICAGO (-UPD—Livestock: Hogs 6,000; strong to mostly 25 higher, instances 50 higher on 260-290 Ib; No 1-2 190-225 lb 17.00 17.25; around mixed No 1-3 70 head 180-240 lb 17.50; 16.5017.00; 240-270 lb 16.00-16.50; No 2-3 260-290 lb 15,50-16.00; double deck No 3 around 3GO lb 14.25. Cattle 11,000, calves 25; slaughter steers mostly 25-50 higher; neifers strong to 25 higher and instances 50 higher; v e a 1 e r s steady to weak; two load shipment prime 1275 lb steers 28.25; three loads prime 1175-1225 Ib 28.00; load mostly prime 1250 lb 27.75; high choice and prime 11501300 ft 26.25-27.50; load mixed choice and prime 1347 lb 26.25; bulk choice 950-1300 lb 24.75-26.00; good 22.75-24.50; load high choice and prime 1089 lb heifers 25.75; choice 24.50-25.50; good and mixed good and choice 22.00-24.25; good and choice vealers 24.00-28.00; standard 19.00-23.00. Sheep 600; spring slaughter Iambs fully steady; old crop shorn lambs rather scarce and steady; choice and prime 81-102 lb spring lambs 24.50 - 25.00; around 100 head 25.00; mostly choice 23.50-24.00; good and choice 21.50-23.50; few small lots good and choice shorn slaughter lambs 17.00-20.00. FUNK, LEWIS M., 77, of Buf- '.Klo. Funeral services at 2 p.m. Thursday, Stewart funeral home, VIonon. Burial in Buffalo ceme- .ery. Call at the funeral home. Dock C. Perdue, 64, Dies at Hospital; Final Rites Saturday Dock C. Perdue, of 414 Hanna St., passed away Wednesday morning at 4:10 a.m. in Memorial hospital. He Aug. Sarah E. Show-waiter Perdue. was born in Cass county 1, 1897 to Daniel C. and Macy Club Hears Report Of Heart Fund MACY—The Junior Allen Home Demonstration club met with Mrs. Charles Runkle recently. Mrs, Kenneth Edwards was the assistant hostess. Mrs.. Francis Jones presided over the meeting and-the pledges were repeated in unison. Mrs. Richard Reese used three poems as her devotions. Miss Guard, a representative of the Indiana Heart Association from Indianapolis; 'gave a talk concerning the work of ttie organi. zation and showed two films. Regular reports were read and approved and a donation was made to the Heart. Fund. Committees were .appointed for the July meeting: program, Mrs. Joe Fincher, Mrs. Edward Polley and Mrs; Winston Coffing; refreshment, Mrs. Lessel Halterman, Mrs, Ruth Robbins and Mrs. Jack Sumpter. The lesson, 'Leftover Meals," was given by Mrs. Berne Jones. Mrs. Robbins was auctioneer for the white elephant sale. Secret pal gifts were given out. Mrs. Kenneth Edwards, Mrs. Glen Bartlett and. Mrs. Carter Deeds were appointed to work out tfie fair exhibit". Others present were ,Mrs. Howard See, Mrs. Gerald Shadel, Mrs. Willis Fouts, Mrs. Kenneth Reed, Mrs. Phillip Hurst, Mrs. Willis Wideman, Mr. Elmer Miller, Mrs. John Routt and Mrs. Ron Baber. Wilbur Siders was elected president of the Wabash District Methodist Youth. Fellowship. _ The Rev. Ronald Harshman will be attending Baccalaureate services in Evanston, 111. at Garrett Theological Seminary on Sunday, June 17. Commencement, exercises will be held the following day. Kermit Burrows, Mexico', will be the speaker at the Sunday Morning service. Miss Wanetla Hollard, Bill Agle, Bill Basham, Larry Edwards, Jim Neal, Steve Van Dalsen, and Jerry Hisey were presented Biblss at the Methodist church on Sunday morning. John Bartlett was unable to be present. The Homebuilders' class of the Methodist church will have a hamburger fry on Tuesday evening, June 19 at the park, north of Speck's corner. All members and their families are urged to at•end. John Sennett, Aurora, 111. spent :he weekend with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Sennett. Dr. Sennett is on a fishing trip to Minnesota for a week. Mrs. John Bookwaller left on Friday evening for a three week rip through the western states and will visit her brother in Idlewild, Calif. The Senior New Pastor Moves Here The Revi Frank Little, new pastor of the Broadway Methodist church, and his family moved into the local parsonage, - 2104 North St., Tuesday evening from Indianapolis. The former pastor, the Rev. Raymond Echols, is attending the Indiana Methodist conference which opened Wednesday at Bloomington, He is scheduled to receive his new assignment to a Bloomington church Sunday. The. Rev. Mr. Little, who is married a.nd .has four .children, was_ formerly pastor of the Central "Avenue Methodist church, Indianapolis. In 1960 he was minister of a Christian .Friendship Caravan which visited 17 countries in" Europe, Africa and Asia. His work with young people after he was appointed pastor of North church in Vincennes in 1942 won for him the .Taycee 'Distinguished Service •Award. He is a native of New Yort City. MYF met in the church basement for their regular meeting. Lana Jones gave the devotions and plans were made for the annual Ice Cream Social to be held on June 30, south of the church. Those present were Anita Smith, Joyce Van Dalsen, Virginia Fouts, Lois Fincher, .Lana Jones, Barbara Baber, Dan Routt Jim Friend, Agle, Linda Cass Group Honored at Rain bow Meet Several Cass county residents received appointive offices at .the 22nd annual Grand assembly of the Order of Rainbow for Girls which ended Monday at Indiana university. Miss Beulah Hall, Walton, mother advisor of the Walton assembly, was .renamed grand choir mother; Charles D. Hume, city, was reappointed grand lecturer; and Mrs. Hume was renamed senior grand deputy of the district. JAYNE HENSLEY, of the Walton assembly, was named grand ambassador, and Sharon O'Donnell, majority member, was appointed district choir director. She served as marshal in the Grand Cross of Color degree. Carol McCloskey, of the Logansport assembly, was named grand representative. ' The Walton assembly presented the memorial, which was written by Miss Hall, and Mr. Hume delivered the Sunday sermon, "Let Your Light So Shine." BEVERLY McBRIDE of the Walton assembly served as grand love, Debbie Zeck served as grand page, and Peggy Barker, worthy advisor, gave the Walton assembly report. Nikki Frey, Linda Scott, and Patricia Frushour of the Walton assembly received the Grand | Cross of Color degree. Mrs. Clara .Minnick and 18 Wilbur Siders, Bil. Easterday and the Rev. Ronald Harshman. The Miami Maids 4-H club of Allen Township met for their regular meeting in the country home of Marvis Jones. Lois Fincher and Judy Roberts were the assistant lostesses. The pledges to the flag were related in unison and the reports vere read and approved. Lois ?incher and Judy Roberts were he assistant hostesses. The pledges to the flag were repeated in unison ancJ the reports were read and approved. Lois 'incher presided over the meet- Since this was a come-as-you- are party, roll call was answered with "What I was doing when I ,vas called."Anita See led the recreation and efreshments were served by the ostesses. Others girls from the local assembly and Miss Hall and 11! girls from the Walton assembly attended the event. Tornadoes And Floods Out West By United Press International Funnel clouds skittered across the Great Plains during the night and floods forced families from homes in two stales. Thunderstorms which produced two-inch rains in the Southeast continued today. A tornado cloud was spotted near Lemmon, S.D., but appar. en(.ly failed to touch ground. Twisters were seen near Cheyenne, Casper and Rawlins, Wyp., lut failed to touch down. A tornado toppled 16 utilities joles along a farm road near iVebsler, Tex., southeast of Hous, but there were no injuries •eported. Another funnel cloud Edgar Bundy Speaking at Church Here Edgar C. . Bundy, outstanding authority on the Communist menace in our country will be speaking this weekend at the Alliance church, on Saturday evening, .and then both morning and evening services on Sunday. Bundy, who formerly was a major in the U. S. Air Force, and served during the war as an intelligence officer is head of the Church League of America. In the,"30s he served on the Staff of the Chicago Herald American .and for a period was city editor of the Daily Journal, Wheaton, 111, •' .. ' HE HAD PREVIOUSLY been Chief, of Research and Analysis of the Intelligence Section, Headquarters, Alaskan Air Command, and a Briefing Officer for the Command. In 1949 he testified before the Senate Appropriations Committee on th'e entire Far Eastern Situation. At the time he predicted that South Korea would be attacked by the North Korean Communist forces which had been trained and equipped by the Soviets. This prediction was made one year and two days before it occurred. He also warned of the impending fall of China, 'and spoke .of what he termed "Appeasement of the Soviet Union and failure to recognize the Communist threat" in the far East by the State Department. .SINCE THEN Bundy has been speaking frequently before clubs, conventions, town halls, forums, patriotic societies, Universities and Colleges, and many churches on the threat of Communism. He is considered to be an expert on Foreign Affairs by leading members of both Houses of Congress. The meeting on Saturday evening, a dinner will be at 6:00. Mr. Bundy will be speaking on Sunday at 10:30 and 7:30. The public is cordially invited. Red Cross Sets Budget A budget of $20,264 for 1962-63 was approved Tuesday by the Cass county chapter of the American' Red Cross. The figure, J68 above last year's budget, will be submitted to the United Fund budget committee. Members of the board discussed a petition submitted by the Mental Health Association in support of a guidance center here. It was explained that members could sign the petition as individuals but that it was against the policy ol the American Red Cross to sign as an organization. Richard Davidson, 'chairman- elect, presided at the meeting in the absence of Don Umbarger, who is undergoing eye surgery in Indianapolis. The next meeting of the board will be in September. His marriage was to Martha CHICAGO (UPI)-tProduce: Live poultry hens 17-17'/<i; roasters 20-22, mostly 21^-22; special fed White Rock fryers 18-1854; Plymouth Rock fryers 181^-19; White Rock fryers 17. Cheese single daisies 38'/£-40; longhorns 3& J A -' processed loaf 36-38; Swiss Grade A 4752; B 45-50. Butter steady; 93 score 57; 92 ncore 57; 53. score 54y 2 ; 89 score Fredericks May, 16, 1942 in Logansport. She survives. Other survivors include one son, Lee, of 907 Hawthorn Lane; one daughter, Mrs. Barbara Steward, of St. Clair Shores, Mich.; three sisters, Mrs. Daisy Powlen, of 1624 E. Market St., Mrs. Lura Cramer, of Linden Ave., Mrs. Ollie Whitney, of 800 W. Melbourne Ave.; six' grandchildren. He had been employed at the Beasey Coal Co. of Logansport. Funeral services will be held at the Fisher funeral home at 1 p.m. Saturday with Rev. Richard Way officiating. Burial-will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 -p.m. Wednesday. Open Bids Bids on three new police cars were opened by the Logansport board of works at their weekly meeting Wednesday morning. Mayor Otto Neumann said awarding of the bids would be announced after' further study. The bids are based on a trade- in of two 1961 models and a 1900 model. WSE Chevrolet bid $4,275; Hendrickson Motor Sales, $2,910; and Myer's Oldsmobile - Cadillac, $4,496. Paula and Patty Coahran, Barbara and Carol Baber, Carlella | Deeds, Janet Routt, Kathy Conner, Marsha Delawder, Shirley and Sharon Stallard, Susie Halterman, Kay Edwards, a guest, Laurie Wilson and Mrs. Ron Baber. Eggs steady; white large extras 29; mixed large extras 28)£; mediums 2354; standards 26. The next meeting will be Juno 19 at 1 p.m. with Vicki and Laura Townsend. . . The .Intermediate MYF of the Methodist church met at the country home of Cindy Flenner for a wiener roast on Sunday evening. Those present were Kay Edwards, Carol Baber, Barbara Neff, Jane and Joe Van Dalsen, Marsha Delawder, Patty Routt, Paul Neff, Bill Friend, Gary Stahl, the Rev. Ronald Harshman and guests, Mike and Melanie Musselman and Judy Allen. 2 GUARDSMEN IN TRAINING Bobbie E... Shaffer, rural route 2, and Craig C. Fouls', Delphi,- are among 36 National Guardsmen training at the Indiana Military Academy, Ft. Benjamin Harrison, as officer candidates, Shaffer is a member of headquarters company, . Logansport, and Fouts is a member of Company B, Delphi. Both men will graduate at the end of a two- week summer field training session and are expected to receive their commissions as second lieutenants in July, las. The Red River flooded for the third lime Ihis year at Moorhead, Minn., and forced 20 families from homes. Another 10 families may have to flee before the river crests Thursday at 11 feet above flood stage. Minnesota's Buffalo and South Branch rivers overflowed, damaging croplands and blocking 20 bridge approaches. Forty country roads were closed by high water. Heavy rains in normally arid western Nebraska sent a seven- foot wall of water through the town of Hay Springs, f o r c i n'g many residents to evacuate. The "water moved so swiftly it. actually ran uphill, sweeping a house trad, er away. There wasn't time to,get boats and evacuees made their way to safety by means of ropes strung'. .from homes to high ground., A narrow Nebraska drainage ditch swelled to % : miles in width. U.S. 20 was covered by three feet of water between Hay/Springs and j Chadron, Neb. Check dams were swept away. Rail and highway, bridges were.saved by volunteers who stood by railings and fended off flood debris:' Iowa's lower Des Moines River, was ^receding 4oday after,cresting more than five, feet above flood stage. A crest five feet above flood stage was expected today on •the Chillicothe River at Summer, Mo. ARGUMENTS IN IRVIN'S TRIAL HEARD TODAY SULLIVAN, Ind. (UPI) - The final arguments by defense and prosecuting attorneys will be heard today in the second murder trial of Leslie Irvin, 38, Evansville. Tile trial possibly will go to the jury today following the arguments and instructions by Sullivan Circuit Court Judge Joe Lowdermilk. . Irvin pleaded innocent by reason of insanity in his s'econd trial for the shooting of W. Wesley Ken-, an Evansville filling station attendant. Tuesday, Lowdermilk conferred with attorneys for both sides la arrive at a set of instructions for the jury. Throughout .the hours- long conference, Irvin sat in the courtroom. Irvin, who has been indicted for six murders conimitted during a six-month crime spree in 1954 in the Evansville area, • spent five years in the Indiana Prison "death row" .while his court appointed attorneys fought to keep him alive. He was granted several stays of execution following his conviction in the Gibson Circuit Court in 1955. Then the U.S. Supreme Court threw out the conviction. Irvin did not use the insanity plea in his first trial. GUEST SPEAKER FOR KEWANNA BAPTIST CHURCH KEWANNA - Marvin Royce, of Logansport, a 1962 graduate of Cedarville College, Cedarville, Ohio, will .be the guest speaker at the Kcwanna Baptist church on Sunday, June 17. Royce will replace the pastor, Rev. 'Harry Taylor. Rev. and Mrs. Taylor left Monday for a trip to California. Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Donald Foglesong celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday with a dinner 'prepared by the Pinhook Grange members.' "Relatives present were the Charles Armstrongs and Dr. and Mrs. Harold Armstrong, South Bend; the Forrest Armstrongs, Bremen; the Ivan Brouhards and the Leo Oldfields, Hammond; Rev. and Mrs. Charles Armstrong and family, Acton; the Earl Kuhns, Ronald Kuhn and Mrs. Carrie Norris, Akron; the John Foglesong family, Logansport; the Donald Oldfield family, Crown, Point; Ih9 James Ailing family, Evanston, 111.; the George Zeiders, Lansing, 111.; the Ralph Foglesongs and Elroy Foglesongs, Kewanna. Others attending were the Warren Gillespies, Hie Ed Shadles, the Paul Leffels, Mrs. Ida Hogan, Mrs. Inez Kestle, Mrs. Ersa Enyeart, Mrs. Edna Buchanan ,Glad. us Wharton, Kewanna and the J. T. Burchs, Denver, Colo., Personals The Kewanna Cub Scouts and their parents held a wiener roast Monday evening in the city park. A baseball game followed. Dr. and Mrs. Wayne Miller and children, Flint, Mich., spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Miller. Harry Harris was taken to Methodist hospital in Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. John Heiden, Twelve Mile, and Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Hassman, Galveston, were Sunday guests of the Carl Heid- 'Cliff Volunteers Meet at Hospital A Logansport slate hospital regional volunteers meeting was held all day Wednesday at Long- cliff, with Mrs. Violet'Road, Lafayette, presiding. The morning program included a welcome by Dr. Ernest Fogel, superintendent; a report on Operation Easter Bonnet by G. M. Brown; Hospital Buses, by Eugene Darby; and Service in County Homes, by Henry Wilhems, regional director of the Indiana Association for Mental Health. The afternoon talks were to include: Potluck Dinners,- by Mrs. Hazelle Kirkpatrick, Delphi; Patients Art Exhibits, by Paul Mess- play, associate director of the Indiana ' Association Health; Volunteer for Menial Recruitment Technique, by Lloyd Joyce, volunteer director of the Marion VA hospital. Mrs. Martha Strauch Dies; Rites Pending Mrs. Martha L. Strauch, 81 ot 1916 Otto St., died at her home at 10 a.m. Wednesday. She was born Dec. 9, 1880 in Berlin, Germany to William and Marie Berndt Lehman. Her marriage .was to Adolf Strauch who survives. She was a member of the St. James Lutheran church and the St. James Service Guild number five. Other survivors include one sister, Mrs. Anna Reichert of Homestead, Fla., and several niecesjDENI ES LIN'K Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Nineteen COMMUNITY BRIEFS Around Town Births ST. JOSEPH'S - Born to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith, Star City, a daughter; to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kuhn, 317 Tipton St., a daughter. • -•-• Hospital Notes ST. JOSEPH'&-Admitted: William Ganger, 1104'/4 East Broadway; Baby Wilson Harshman, Peru; Master John Ruff, 2521 Emmett Dr.; Master John Buttice, Camden; Miss Bonnie Wray, 206 Wheatland Ave. Dismissed: Mrs. Lamar Copenhaver and daughter, 210 Clinton St.; Mrs. Frank Seehase, rural route 5; Joseph Newman, 523 Eleventh St.; Masters Michael and Patrick Murray, 115 West Miami Ave.; Master Terry Kozma, Royal Center Pike; Miss Patricia Saylors, Walton; Miss Elizabeth Rogers, 216 Barron St. MEMORIAL - Admitted:.Mios Marilyn Drake, Cecil St.; Mrs. Ruth Kuhn, Kewanna; Miss Linda Williams, 431 Day St.; Master Douglas Moore, Flora; Mrs. Mary Kingery, Lucerne-, Mrs. Dorothy Gunter, 1425 Erie Ave.; Mrs. Nina Hume, 612 Burlington Ave. Dismissed: Mrs. LaVerna Byers, 2 Hillside; Robert Kirkpalrick, Kokomo; Mrs. Stella Morgan, 507 Wheatland Ave.; Mrs. James Munsey and daughter, rural route 4; Mrs. Ada Schoenradt, rural route 2; Masters James and John Shaver, 215 Unger St.; Mrs. Clarice McCloskey, rural route 2; Mrs. Fayfern Dunkle, 1012 Nineteenth St. Bunker Hill Hospital Notes Admitted: S.Sgt. Alexander Ber- csh, Airman l.C. James Demay, Airman 3.C. Billie Taylor, Christine Schronski and Mrs. Barbara Metz. Col. William Bowden was admitted to his quarters. Dismissed: S.Sgt. William J. Cunningham, Mrs. Marjorie Streater and daughter, Penelope and Mrs. Josie Conley and son, John. ROCHESTER Admitted to the Woodlawn hospital: Mrs. Maynard Reese, 1309 Main; Mrs. Noah Reichard, At ron; Ralph Schindler, R. R. 1, Rochester; Bert Davis, Loiters Ford, George Snydcr, 403 West Third; Mrs. Ethel Sludebaker, 121 West Fifth; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Swing, Argos. Dismissals: Floyd Roark, Macy; Mrs. Paul Holloway and son, Mentone; Mrs. Don Abbott and son, 1709 Monroe. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cosnell, Kewanna, are the parents of a son. MONTICELLO Dismissals: Tuesday — Wayne Hood, route 1; Noble Benjamin, route 3; Mrs. Maucie Kassabaum, 407 West Broadway; Rita Woodhouse, route 2, Delphi; Mrs. Arthur Widner, Jr., Monon; Rosetta and Bertha Guss, route 6; Lyn McFadden, route 1; Mrs. William Stefan and son, route 2, Francesville; Mrs. Merle Barnhart, route 1, Thornville. Ohio. • -•-• Building Permits Mrs. Woody Wilson was granted a building permit Wednesday to raze a barn at CIS West Melbourne Ave, and nephews. She was preceded in death by a brother, William, in 1958. Funeral services are pending. Friends may call at Krocger's funeral home after 7 p.m. Wednesday. List Condition Of Miami Judge ; PERU — Judge Henry Bailey was listed in poor condition Wednesday morning at Marion General hospital. . Judge- Bailey was transferred to the Marion hospital from Woodlawn hospital in Rochester. He suffered a severe stroke lasl Thursday while fishing on Lake Manitou.. •'•'-• ; Inspection INDIANAPOLIS (OPI)-Indiana State Highway Commission Chairman David Cohen today opened a two-week, on - the - spot inspection tour .of'highways in all- six districts. ' ' ''..: ' ; . .Cohen went to Crawfordsvillc for the first, leg of, the tour with his chief engineer, George Goodwin. He plans to end the tour in the Vincennes District June 29. < 45 EAST GERMANS FLEE TO WEST Reject Demands BERLIN (UPI) Approximately 45 East German refugees fled to West Berlin during the weekend, authoritative sources said today. The sources said 25 • persons made it safely to the West in one mass escape. The report could not be confirmed immediately and Western officials made no announcement on it. The escapees included men, women and children, the sources said. The total, if confirmed, would be the highest in a two-day period since the Communists put up their concrete and barbed wire anti-refugee wall last Ads. 13. WITH ESTES WASHINGTON (UPI) - The president of a firm accused of collaborating with Billie Sol Esles in trying to corner the west Texas fertilizer market today labelled as "false and defamatory" a lawyer's statement that he offered to put Esles in business in Europe or Brazil. Maynard C. WJiecler, president of Commercial Solvents Corp., told a House subcommittee Ihe relationship between his company and Estes was that of "cus- Circuit Court Millard Rhody, Royal Center, filed suit for divorce from Sanora Kaye Rhody in the Cass circuit court Wednesday, asking custody of their child. The couple was married Oct. 31, 1960, and separated June :l, 1962, according to the complaint filed through O'Neill and O'Neill. Since no remonstrances were filed againsl: the proposed clean- out of the William ditch, Judge Kiesling ordered Surveyor Charles Murphy and Viewers Roy. Kurtz and Willard Rhoades to file- their preliminary report by August 1. Mrs. Sandra Grubbs, 912 Wheat, land Ave., asks custody of their three children in a suit for divorce from Donald Grubbs. They were married May 31, 1952, and. separated Jane 12, 1961, according to the complaint filed through- Attorney George Wildman. • -•-• Patrick M.. Eagan, 18, son .of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Eagan, 520 Henry St.; Konafd E. Hildebrand, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Hildebrand, 1314 Clifton Ave. and James Carroll, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrev? Carroll, 115'/£ Ninth St., have enlisted in the U. S. Marine Corps and are enroute to San. Diego, Calif, for "boot" training. All three were 19C2 graduates of Logansport high school and all three enlisl'd at the same lime. • -•-• Board members of the Logansport Area Chamber of Commerce will meet Thursday noon at the Captain Logan hotel to discuss summer promotions. • -•-• Mrs. Richard Bock is general superintendent of the vacation church school at the Baptist Temple. It was erroneously reported Tuesday that Mrs. Richard Buck, another member of the church, was superintendent. • -•-• The estate of the late Maude DeHaven, 83, who died June 3, was estimated at $29,500 when it was opened Wednesday in circuit courl: with the filing of her will for probate, Dated Feb. 20, 1957, it leaves $50 each to Mary Margaret Miller and Catherine Porter, stepdaughters, with the rest to be: divided equally among Alma Van Skiver, a sister-in-law; Maxine lUchnum, Dorothy Abair, and Delon>s_ House, nieces, Glenn L. Miller is th<> executor. • —•-• Cilj' firemen were called to the honu of John Malady, 1430 East Broalway, Tuesday afternoon when the transformer on a television set caught fire. Later, a minor fire resulting from an over- heatoJ stove, resulted in a call !o Ihs horns of C. R, Clark, 701 Washington St. Both fires were out D:I arrival. Firemen .also answered .a false alarm at Garden and Daisy Streets. Candidate INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — Alvin C. Cast of Kentland, former Republican state chairman, paid a $900 assessment to party headquarters Tuesday as a GOP candidate for. the nomination for state superintendent of public instruction, Cast seeks the nomination at :he party's state convention June 19. James Beaisley, Washington, Daviess County school superintendent, previously paid his convention assessment for the same office and Gary school teacher Richard Wells has announced h'is caneh'dacy. Read the Want Ads! tomer and s u p p 1 i e r—and no nera] home, more." The subcommittee is trying to find out if Estes and his associates attempted to pressure or buy influence from the. Department of Agriculture in connection with (he Texan's grain storage operations. Frank Cain, a lawyer for one of Esles' major credilors, lold a Texas court of inquiry that Wheeler and Estes discussed the possibility of Estes working for Commercial Solvents in , Europe. Cain alleged that Esles suggested Brazil instead. Fuiwol Rites Friday For Ralph Knepper,63 Funeral s.ervices will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the McCloskey-Hamilton-Kahle funeral home for lUilph W. Knepper, 63, of 814 Twentieth St. Rev. William H. Neericmer will officiate and burial will, be in Mt. Hope cemetery. Knepper, a Pennsylvania railroad yard conductor, died of a heart condition at 8 p.m. Tuesday a': St. Joseph's hospital. Bom August 10, 1898 in Redkey, Ind., he was (lie son of Barney and Cora Rider Knepper. Survivors are his wife, Marguerite; one daughter, Mrs. Betty Ellen Helmuth, Indianapolis; four grand :hildren; three great-grand- chilc'jrsn; one half-sister, Mrs. Arthur Bernhardt, 800 West. One son, Donalel, preceded him in deafh, He p ,vas a member of the Ninth street Christian church and the B. of R. T. Friends- may call at the funeral iomo afler 7 p.m. Wednesday. The IE. of R. T. will hold services at 7: JO p.m. Thursday at the fu- ICE CREAM SOCIAL The 'men of the Grass Creek EUB church will hold a strawberry and ice cream supper at the church on Thursday, June 14 from 6 p.m. until 10 p.m. The proceeds will be used to construct new sidewalks at the church. The public is invited. Obtain Easement For Cables Next To Air Force Base An easement giving the federal government the right to install electric and communication cablc-sr on land extending northeast {.rom'the. norlheasUsoulhwest runway at the Bunker Hill Air Force base was recorded Wednesday in the office of Recorder George Clinc. The easement, covering .44 of an acre of land, provides the cables may be strung underground or overhead. The government also is given the right to foot ficcess to the land and the priviloge of trimming, felling, and removing trees, underbrush, or other obstruclions. Totiil amount paid for the easement was $1,200. Sale Calendar . m ,, „,. „„,, June 15— Weddington's Auction Room . . .Weddirmon June 16-Kenneth Orem Sr. . . . ..Thompson & Rinehart June 16— Floyd Eakins .......... ...... -. R OV Crum^ June 23-Earl Jordon Estate ........ Eineharts. Auets.

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