Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 14, 1962 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, June 14, 1962
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LOGAMSPORT Thursday Evening, June 14, 1962. MONTICELLO— Investigate Two Vehicle Collision MONTICELLO—Sgl. Ernest E. Crane, of the Monticello police department. investigated a collision at Illinois' and Broadway Streets. Damages to the two ve hiles was estimated at $450. Drivers William David Goff, 33, Monticello, and Ralph David Christie, driving a pick-up owned by Indiana Food Service both stated they thought they had the green light. There were no injuries and no arrests. Chief Deputy Sheriff LeRoy Farney investigated an accident near the north edge of Wolcott Monday afternoon about 3:4C p.m. A truck driven by Robert Leslie Foutch, 23, of Wolcott, and owned by Albert "Pep" Oberlander, headed south on a county blacktop road was hit by a Volks- wagon, owned and driven by Delmer Glenn Wilson, 21, of Lafayette. Wilson, headed east on the cut-off from State Roads 24 and 53 stated he did not see the truck According to the sheriff's department there is no stop sign al this point. Damage to both vehicles was estimated at $250. Marriage applications filed with County Cle.rk Wayne Timmons June 13th: Russel Edward Duggins, 23 Monticello, X-ray technician, anc • Aileen Jewell Patrick, 22, rurar route. Wheatfield, secretary. De wilt Donald Hammond, 26, clerical employee of the U.S. Govern ment, Arlington, Virginia, anc Shirley Ann Milligan, 2(1, Monti cello, stenographer for U.S. Gov eminent. COURT NOTES Suits filed: State of Indiana vs Frederick Koeckenberg, chargec with failure to provide. Bond has been set in the penal sum of $1000 The National Bank of Logans port has filed suit against Leroj and Eileen Crissinger on com plaint of promissory note. The State of Indiana vs. Doyl Lee Smith on a charge of assaul and battery. Bond is fixed in thi penal sum of $1000. The following cases have been dismissed by the court upon mo tion of the plaintiff and cost are charged against the plaintiff Marjorie M. Brady vs. Alonzo C. Brady; Nell M. Boze vs. Monroi Boze; Beverly Cearing vs. Clyde Cearing; Marilyn Benjamin vs Clarence O. Benjamin, Jr.; Lea veil and Bates, Inc. vs. Melvin Luse; Mary J. Hayward vs. Wil Ham H. Hayward; 'Grace F. Tay lor vs. James M. Taylor, Jr. Geralding L. Sorrell vs. Benjamin •T. Sorrell; Linda Burks vs. George R. Burks; and Paul M. Mille vs. Doran R. Miller. Six White County Junior Lead ers, selected on the basis of the! outsanding 4-H Records, are al tending Junior Leader Conference at DePauw this week from Jun 12 through the 15th. Billie J. Holmes, County Schoo Superintendant took to the con he'll remember FATHER'S DAY ...all summer long Grass- Catcher POWER MOWER Picks up clippings, leaves, debris Takes the hardest work out of mowing. Vacuum sweeps your lawn as it mows. Bag clamps on-off easily; opening expands for easy dumping. Lightest weight, highest powered, easiest handling. See it todayl Converts in a jiffy for side discharge Snap off grass catcher chute. Snap on converter plate and clippings are discharged onto the lawn. No tools needed. Modal 7251— Seethe Holly's Lawn & Garden Supply North on 'Michigan Rd. tudebaker Slaps ord in Dispute )ver Horsepower, SOUTH BEND, Ind. (tfPI)—The udebaker Corp; took a left- anded dig at the Ford Motor Co. uesday and said the firm will continue to incorporate safety nd performance" in its products erence Susan Wozniak, Reynolds; rooke Balkema, Brobkslon;.Kar- ri Schwab, Wolcott; Darryl Culp, pfonon; Roger Gorski, Monticello; nd Jim Burns, Wolcott. "rather ihan putting emphasis on horsepower." The statement came from Sherwood H. Egbert, president of Sludebaker, in response to news from Detroit that Ford withdrew support frorfl a five-year-old Automobile Manufacturers' Association resolution not to use speed, horsepower and racing as a means of selling cars. Henry Ford H had explained in Detroit he was withdrawing support of the resolution because it had been broken so often it no longer meant anything. A United Press International story from Detroit Tuesday by automotive editor Robert Irvin said Egbert announced plans in April to "give the people all the horsepower they, want" and proved it by bringing out a new 171-miles-an-hour sports car", the Avanti. However, in his jatest statement, Egbert, said "Stiidebaker always has believed in the principles set forth in the AMA. resolution" and "has always .been a leader ill safety movements within the industry." , .:.•' Egbert outlined "several new Complete Deal for Illinois Farm Land MARiION, Ind. (UPI)—Five men from this area announced Tuesday they have completed a deal for purchase of more than 4,300 acres of farmland in Iroquois County, 111., for $l;086,000., ..The .buyers said'present plans call for resale of some of the acreage, possibly to tenants who •have farmed'the land for as long safety features" he said were introduced in the Avanti. as 40 years, and continuation of grain farming on the remainder. The land was bought by Ralph and Thomas Marcuccilli, Marion businessmen; S. G. Wright, president," and A. .L. Hodson, cashier, of the Upland Bank, and Leo Jarrett, an Elwood farmer. The land was willed lo Iroquois County by the late Mrs. Katherine' Clifton. The five buyers originally bid $1,551,000 for 5,600 acres but some of the tract was sold to other bidders. Read the Want Ads! Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune tlire* POSTPONE HEARINGS WASHINGTON (UPI) - The Food and Drug Administration an. nounced today postponement of scheduled public hearings on proposed standards for flour produced from whole fish. . Commissioner George P. Larrick agreed to postpone the June 18 hearings at the request-of Sen. Paul H. Douglas, D-I11., and an industry spokesman who wanted more time to obtain evidence on the health-safety question.. No new dale was set for the hearings. PRINTERS' STRIKE ENDS BUENOS AIRES (UPI) - The illegal printers' strike that had kept the big independent newspaper La Prensa off the stands for four days was settled Tuesday night, and the newspaper reappeared today. The strikers did not return lo work, until 8 p.m., not allowing time to get out a complete edition. Today's paper carried the normal editorial content, but it contained no classified advertisements. Tfow to be elegantly comfortable: MONACO IV BY YAN HEUSEW* Fetus/ring; tfte Commented taack that makes any man. fed tike « prince! Nereis a stfirt Aajfs renflkr eBffcrew! Swopfe, nwte- M, cfegant. Djstmctwe restrained detailing on cottar and podcel «*esU. jrirfi pearl bnttons.^Jn a faoet of fashion rotors. "Hie Meai sM«t to wear on a Rwie*a at yam backyard banfoeeae. In eas)>-*o- presents* ~or ' WE GIFT WRAP RBAOiY WED or RlBQUUAR TIES 1.50 Others 2.50 STKBnQH DRESS HOSE TO colors 79c Assorted Belts All-leather, and | f A many novetlies * ••*" in group. To 2.50 handkerchiefs VAN HEUSEN 3 for * 1.50 PRilNOE iGARONBR BILLFOLDS plus tax Others to 7.50 OLD ISWOE COSMETICS I »4fc J plus tax ROLL-PIN DEODORANT STICK iDEODORANT AFTER-SHAVE 1.00 plus tax DAD'S DAY IS JUNE 17th SHORT SLEEVE DRESS SHIRTS 'By •• VAN HEUSEN $ 5.00 Come in and examine this wonderful collection of Van Heu. sen Vangard 65% Dacron and 35% f i n e cotton shirts. V O u'll probably find just the colors and styles you prefer. Every- man will love the comfort of these shirts of light - as - air cotton mixed with wrinkle- resistant-Oacron. SUMMER HATS ByFORTfS 395 Fin© straws—America's finest hat value. Looks as good as it feels. Dress and casual styles. A 'Dream Shirt if there ever was one! Van Antron Sweater SHIRT 95 Seamless because the permanent fold line collar is looped to the neckband for more comfort. Machine washable and dryablo because •this shirj is made of miracu lous Antron® textured nylon yarn. Looks and feels like silk but with a soft lustre. Colors are rich and blight. PRE-CUFFED SLACKS By HAGGAR 6 95 These pre-cuffed slacks will fit you perfectly . . . and Hoggar tailors the beautiful 55% dacron Polyester® —45% rayon fabric so expertly that your comfort will ba on par with your appearance. The fabric is light ,cool and comfortable . . . and we have your size in your favorite colors. You'll want several pairs at this low price. NEW SHIPMENT Men's Walk Shorts 5 95 They're wash one) wear — by Haggarl And that means they're the best-fitting, best-tailored walk-shorts you can wearl In fact, Haggar tailors them just like the finest slacks. The premium quality fabric keeps its press—stays wrinkle-free. Your size in your favorite color. MEN'S JEWELRY By HIOWOCK TERRY ROBES 5.88 to 8.88 TERRY BEACH C0ATS 5.98-6.98 TERRY ANGEL TREDS 2.00 Terry Kiltie & Scuffs 3.98 ATHLETIC SKIRT'S Soft, springy, absorbent cotton knit. Cut for maximum comfort and smooth fit. Pure white finish that stays fresh-looking washing after ..washing. Sizes 34-54. Boys' sizes 2-16. MEN'S ,BOX OF 6 2.90 49c TEE SHIRTS Soft, cotton knit quorter-sleeve shirt. Looks equplly well as an undershirt or sport shirt. Long tuck-in won't ride up. Sizes S, M, L, XL. Boys' sizes 2-16. WASH. AND WEAR SHORTS High-count Sanforized cotton broadcloth that needs no ironing. Full cut and panel seat mean comfortable fit. Reinforced at stress points. In all-over patterns, solid colors or white. Sizes 28-52. Boys'—all-over patterns or solid colors. Sizes 2-16. KNIT BRIERS Rib knit cotton briefs that "give" with every movement for full-time comfort. Heal resistant live-elastic waist and leg bands. Sizes 28-44. Boys' sues 2-16, MEN'S BOX OF 6 4.10 69c ea. Randcraft GIVE DAD SHOES Choose Black or Brown .99 OLSEN'S (SHOE SlAllON-STOSET PLQOR Remember "Expert Shoe fitting !h .Our Business" LOGANSPOR! i'OBLIC LIBRARY

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