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Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, June 18, 1962
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Monday Evening, June 18,1962. Late Markets Hawktas 200 to 220 1785 220 to 240 17.50 240 to 260 17.15 260 to 280 16.65 280 to 300 16.15 Sows 14.50 down Boars 9.00 down Burnettsvffle Poultry Leghorns .97 Heavey Hens .17 Third Street Market Lambs 18 Beef Hides 05 Veal Hides Producers Marketing Assn. 190 to 215, No. 1 18.50 190 to 220, No. 2, No. 3 ....; 18.00 Sows 14.00 down Boars 10.00 down Klumpp Produce (Deei Creek) Heavy Hens 12 Leghorns 06 Eggs 20 Wayne's Produce Heavy Hens 10 Leghorns 06 Popejoy's Poultry Farm Heavy Hens 15 CHICAGO (UPD-Produce: Live poultry roasters 21^-23; special fed White Rock fryers 18-18&. Cheese single daisies 38V4-40; longhorns 38&40V&; processed loaf 36-38; Swiss Grade A 47-52; B 45-50. Butter steady; 93 score 57; 92 score 57; 90 score 54'/£; 89 score 53. Eggs steady; white large extras 28; mixed large extras 27%; mediums 23 I /jj; standards 25. INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - Livestock: Hogs 5,800; unevenly strong to 50 higher; 190-230 Ib 18.65-19.00; bulk 180-240 Ib 18.00-18.65; 240-270 Ib 17.25-18.25; 270-300 Ib 16.50 17.50; 300-350 Ib 15.75-16.75; 300-400 Ib sows 14.25-15.50; 400-600 Ib 13.25-14.SO. Cattle 2,850;' calves 75; steady to strong; choice steers 26.00; good and mixed good and choice 23.00-24.50; good to mostly choice mixed steer and heifers yearlings 24.75; good 24.00; choice -heifers 24.50-25.00;' standard -and good 20.00-23.25; cows steady, utility and. commercial W.50-16.50; canners and cutters 13.00-15.00; bulls steady, utility and commercial 18.00-20.00; vealers mostly 1.00 lower; choice and'prime 20.0029.50; good and choice 25.00-28.00;' standard and low good 21.00-25.00. Sheep 400;' mostly 1.00 higher; choice and mixed choice and prime spring lambs 22.00-24.50; few utility and good 18.00-20.00. CHICAGO (WPI)-Livestock: Hogs 8,000; 25-50 higher, 250 Ib down mostly 50 higher; No 1-2 190230 Ib 18.50-18.85; 120 head 190-220 Ib 19.00; mixed No 1-3 180-240 Ib 17.75-18.50; 240-260 Ib 17.25-18.00; No 2-3 260-290 Ib 16.75-17.25; load No 3 -around 325 Ib 15.50. Cattle 14,500, calves 25; slaughter steers steady to 50 higher; choice and prime mostly 25-50 higher; fully 25 higher; veal ers steady; several loads mostly prime 1250-1350 Ib steers 28.0028.50; bulk high choice and mixed choice and prime 11004350 It) 26.50-27.75; bulk choice 950-1350 Ib 25.00-2P.25; most good 22.75-24.50; two loads mixed choice and prime heifers 26.00; choice 24.50-25.75;' good 21.50-24.25; load mixed Deaths and Funerals City, Cass County GRAHAM, MRS. LILLIAN B., 38; of 1328 Smead St. Funeral services at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Fisher funeral home. Burial in Mt. Hope cemetery. Call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Monday. KEY, MRS. GLADYS M., 66, of 521 Montgomery St., city. Funeral rites are pending at the McCloskey-Hamilton-Kahle funeral home. Call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Monday. SMITH, IRA A., 88, of 1615 W. Third St., Marion. Funeral. services at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Seventeenth Street Church of the Brethren, Logansport. Burial in Gal- veslon cemetery. Call at the Thomas funeral home in Galveston after 2 p.m. Tuesday. WORTLEY, MRS. LILLIAN A., I, of Logansport, Funeral services at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, McCloskey-Hamilton - Kahle funeral home, city. Burial in Bethal cemetery. Call at the, funeral home after 7 p.m. Monday. District COPPOCK, ALLEN B., 74, of Tucson, Ariz, Funeral services at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Zechar-McKnight- Baker funeral home, Greenville, Ohio. Burial in Greenville. Call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Monday. . DORAN, MRS. EDITH M., 67, of 366 W. Seventh St., Peru. Funeral services at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Drake-Flowers funeral home, Peru. Burial in Greenlawn cemetery, Mexico. Call at the funeral home. HUNTER, DR, CLARENCE W., 86, of 111 E. Front St., Delphi. Funeral services at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Jackson funeral home in Delphi. Burial in Delphi Odd Fellows cemetery. JUSTICE, MRS. BESSIE, Tl, oi Flora. Funeral services at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Carter funeral home, Flora. Burial in Sharon cemetery. Call.at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Monday. KIMMEL, ELMER C., 87, of Springfield, Ohio. Funeral services at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Littleton funeral home. Springfield, Ohio. Burial in Ferncliff cemetery at Springfield. ROCKWELL, OTHO V., 87, o* 112 W. Seventh St., Peru. Funeral services at 1:30 p.m. Wednesetiny, Drake-Flowers funeral home, Peru. Burial in Mt. Hope cemetery. Call at the funeral home 'after 10 a.m. Tuesday. SCHROLL, MRS. GOLDA, 63, of rural route 1, Boann. Funeral services at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Grandstaff funeral home, Roann. Burial in Ebenezer cemetery. Call at the funeral home. standard and good 850 Ib 21.50; standard and good vealers 20.0026.00. Sheep 500; all classes steady; choice and prime 80-110 Ib spring slaughter lambs 24.50-25.00; mostly choice 23.50-24.00;' good and choice 21.50-23.50. A-1 Used Trucks 1%1 FORD F-100 Pickup truck, t cylinder, engine, 4V4 ft. b«d, solid, !lk» sew. $1395.00 1961 FORD Rcmchero, Frosh air K ntw tires. $1395.00 1960 CHEVROLET % fan stake 1ruck, new mud & snow's on roar. $1395.00 1959f€M> 'C-1600, tilt cab, 292 Cu. In. angina, 8:25x20 tires, 2 speed axle, will handle 15' 'bed, $1595.00 SPECIAL BALANCE OF JUNE BRAND NEW 1962 FORD F-100 Pickup $1795 "Truck Wecrcfqiwrrlers" JOHNSON FORD Two Injured At Roth Park Beach Sunday DELPHI — Deputy. Sheriff Gilbert Underbill and Carroll county Conservation officer >Dallas Sclmll investigated two accidents at Both Park Beach on Lake Freeman Sunday afternoon: In the first accident, a four- year-old girl was severely injured when she stepped into the path of a vehicle backing from a parking place at the beach. The accident occurred at 2:15 p.m. INJURED WAS Chyrel Ann Tomaszewski, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Tomaszewski, • of Kokomo. She was struck by a car driven by Cletus J. Wiber, of Frankfort. The girl was rushed! to the White county Memorial hospital suffering with fractures of her right leg and right shoulder. She was later 'transferred to a hospital in Kokomo. In the second accident at 6:15 p.m., a Fowler, Ind. resident was severely injured in a skiing accident. The accident occurred near the Roth Park Beach. AUTHORITIES stated -that Merle Gick, 21, was skiing behind a boat driven by Ralph Matson ; also of Fowler. He lost his balance on the skis and fell into the lake. A boat driven by Michael Keith, of Bockport, 111., struck him while he was in the water. He suffered serious head injuries and was taken to the White county Memorial hospital. Hospital authorities stated that Gick suffered a slight skull fracture and would be hospitalized several days. Mrs. Lillian Wortley Dies; Final Rites Set for Wednesday Mrs. Lillian' A. Wortley, 83, widow of George Wortley, died al 6:45 a.m. Sunday at the home ol a daughter, Mrs. J. M. Castle, 2106 Wright St. Born Oct. 3, 1878 in Benton county, Ind., she was the daugh ter of John and Bose Osborne Brown. Her husband died in 1953 She was a member of the Market Street Methodist church. Survivors include two sons, Randall, of Deer Lodge, Tenn., and John, city; two daughters, Mrs Castle and Mrs. William Bice, o! Wabash; seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren; a sis ter, Mrs. Nettie.Miller, Monticello and a brother, Worth Brown, Pe ru. Funeral services will be held al 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the McCloskey-Hamilton .'Kahle funera home. Burial will be in Bethel cemetery. Friends may call at the funera! home after 7 p.m. Monday. Mrs. Lillian Graham Dies at Hospital; Final Rites Wednesday Mrs. Lillian B. Graham, of 1328 Smead St., died at Memorial hospital Sunday at 5:20 p.m. She was born July 28, 1923, in Fulton county to Claude and Martha Flossie Clements Reason. She was maried Nov. 8, 1949 to Howard Graham in Peru. Both the parents and husband survive. She had been employed at Logan Machine Co. for the past 17 years. Besides the parents, of 718 N, Sixth St., and the husband, she is survived by one daughter, Nancy, at home; five sisters, Mrs. Leona I Gregory, of Akron, Ohio; Mrs Fern Snorter, of Smyrna, Ga.; Mrs. Jean Long, of 917 Vine St.; Mrs. Ruth Herron, of 840 Helm St.; Mrs, Ann Small of. South Bend; two brothers, Carl Reason of 1018 N. Third St., and Rodger Reason, of 1710 Spear St. Two brothers preceded her in death, Funeral services will be helc at the Fisher funeral home at 2 p.m. Wednesday. Burial will be in Mt. Hope. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Monday. :—8 Mrs. Gladys M. Key Dies in Minnesota; Final Rites Pending Mrs. Gladys M. Key, 86, wife ol Wayne Key, 521 Montgomery, St. died at 8:30 a.m. Sunday at.St. Mary's hospital in Rochester, Minii- Born in Cass county on May 1, 1896, she was the daughter of John A. and Nickley Cree Nelson. She had been a patient at the hospital three weeks. Survivors include her husband; a brother, Elmer 0. Nelson, 521 Montgomery; a niece, Mrs. Betty Morris, rural route 4, city and two nephews, Donald Nelson, 2525 George St. and Robert Nelson, 2631 George St., city. Final rites are pending at the McCloskey-Hamilton-Kahle funeral home. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m.'Monday. SALES, INC. Market at 25th Phone 5104 U.S. TEMPERATURES NEW YORK (UPI)-The lowest temperature reported to the U.S. Weather Bureau this morning was 35 degrees at Drummond, Mont The highest reported Sunday was 111 degrees at Presidio, Tex. ra A. Smith, Retired Cass Farmer, Dies GALVESTON-Ira A. Smith, 88, a retired Cass county farmer,'died at 2:15 a.m. Monday at the home of a daughter; Mrs. Edna Henning, of 1615 W. Third St., Maron.'He had been residing at the Jenning residence six years. Born : in Cass county :oA Oct. 9, 1873, he was the 'Son of Artemus and Mary Logan Smith. His marriage on Sept. 15, 1898 was to Mary Burrous arid she died Oct. 19, 1956. He was a member of the Seventeenth Street Church of the Brethren in Logansport. Survivors include the daugh- ,er; a granddaughter, Mrs. Carolyn Barnes, LaFountaine; two jreat-grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Naomi Pullen, rural route 2, Jlalveskm and Miss Grace Smith, rural route 1, Delphi and a brother, Howard -Smith, rural route 1, Delphi. A son, Earl, preceded him in death. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Seventeenth Street Church of the Brethren. -Burial will be in Galveston cemetery. Friends may call at the Thomas 'uneral home in Galvesion after 2 p.m. Tuesday and at the church one hour prior to rites. Allen B.Coppock,?^ Former Logan Man, Succumbs in Arizona Allen B. Coppock, 74, a former resident of Logansport, died at Ms home in Tucson, Ariz, at noon Saturday. He had been a resident of Tucson nine years. He was a former plant manager of the American Aggregate Co. He was born Sept, 14, 1888 in Miami county, Ohio. He was a member of Cataina Methodist church in Tucson, Orient Masonic Lodge, a life member of the Logansport Shrine Club, Elks Lodge of Logansport and the Scottish Rite at Fort Wayne. Survivors include his wi2ow, Grace; a son, Boyd, Columbus, Ind.; a daughter, Mrs. Ellouise DeGrief, Logansport; a brother, Fred, and a sister, Mrs. Mary E, Brown, both of Greenville, Ohio; four grandchildren and five great- grandchildren. Funeral services will be held al 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Zechar-McKnight-Baker funeral home' in Greenville, Ohio. Burial will be in Greenville, Ohio. Friends may call at the funera home after 7 p.m. Monday. Otho V.Rockwell, 57, Succumbs in Peru PERU-Otho V. Rockwell, 57, of 112 W. Seventh St., died at 1 a.m. Sunday at his home following an illness of one year. He was the club manager for the Peru Male Chorus and had spent most of his lifetime in Peru. Born Jan. 21, 1905 .in Plymouth, he was the son of John and Millie Gillespie Rockwell. His marriage in 193G Was to Mabel Clark. He was a member of the Christian church in Columbus, Ind. Survivors include his widow; his parants, of Plymouth;' a stepson, Robert Clark, Wabash; two brothers, Cecil and Cornelius and two sisters, Mrs. Harold Penn and Mrs. James Lovelace, all of Peru and two; grandchildren. Funeral services will be helc at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Drake-Flowers funeral home in Peru with Rev. A. W. Miley officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. Friends may call at the funera home after 10 a.m. Tuesday. Edward G. Robinson Stricken With Heart Attack BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. ('UPI) —Actor Edward G. Robinson, 68 was strklcen with a heart attack and hospitalized today in Nairobi. Africa, where he was' starring in a new movie. Robinson's b u t'l e r, • Frank Hoyle, reported from the actor's home that his employer was taken to Princess Elizabeth Hospital in the capital «ity of Kenya. "We just got word this morning," Hoyle said, "but we won'l know how serious the attack is for three or four days." Hoyle said Robinson's wife, Jane, was with him at the Africa location site. Food Poisoning INDIANAPOLIS (UPIKTwenty- two members of a Gary choir appearing as guest musicians at an Indianapolis church were seizec with food poisoning illness Sunday night and . seven of them' were taken io a hospital on stretchers. Members of the Midtown Community Choir of, Gary were stricken about five 'hours aifter they ate -a meal at the 17th-St, Memorial Baptist Church. Authorities'•', said food for the supper ;was''prepared at the Universal Church .of Truth and taken to the..17th St. church where.it was served, to 65 choir members who had app'eared at an afternoon program at the Universal church and planned a repeat perform ance at,'the : 17th St. church a' night. .The food included .turkey and hani. Woman Hurt In Accident Emma Jean Hauper, 27, of rur- 1 route 1, North Manchester, was n satisfactory condition ,at St. oseph's hospital Monday after jeing injured, in an accident at :.58 a.m. Sunday in front of 1415' East Market St., '' ' \, • Mrs. Hauperfwas driving east in Market Street when her auto 'an : into the back of a parked car iwned by Catherine Schowitsch, 413& East M'arket St. She sustained head injuries .and. njuries to her right ankle, 1 according to the police report. She was taken to the hospital n a McCloskey-Hamilton-Kahle ambulance. , . No arrests have been made, but Jolice are still investigating. Police also investigated three imall accident Friday. Police said' that : a 1957 model iedan'driven by Joan Helvie, 28, )f 1217 Ash, .collided with a 1961 ine-half ton truck driven by Bussell P. Webb, '48, of BushneU, HI. Police investigated two more accidents late in the afternoon. A 1957 'tudor driven by. Mary Ellen Bougher, 32, of 14 Spring, was hit in the rear by a 1953 uor driven by Gregorio Lauretti, 0, of 1532 Woodlawn on North Sixth, 60 feet south of East Ottawa at 5:30 p.m. At 5:35 p.mi, a 1961 fordor auto driven by Morris S. Harvey, 38, of Galveston, was hit in the rear >y a. car driven by William M. jamb, 16, of Kokomo. The accident took place on Third Street, 55 feet south of Broadway. Dr. Clarence Hunter, Former Delphi Mayor, Dies; Rites Wednesday DELPHI—Dr. Clarence W. Hunter, 86, of 111 E. Front St., former iarroll county Coroner and former Mayor of Delphi, died at 4:30 a.m. Monday at St. Elizabeth's lospital in Lafayette where he lad been a patient since Wednes; day. Born March 20, 1875 in Ames, [owa, he was the son of Franklin and Julia Beets Hunter. His first marriage was to Ina McGuire and she died in 1947. Later he married Zelda Gross. He was a graduate of the Chicago Chiropractic School in 1920 and moved to Delphi the same year. IIE WAS ELECTED Carroll County Coroner in 1929 and served for 12 years. In 1936 he was elected Mayor of Delphi and held hat position four years. He was a member of the Delphi Christian church and served on the church joard. He was an elder of the church and a member of tha Odd Fellows Lodge. Survivors include his widow; a son, Lyle, Clairton, Pa., and a step-son, Edwin McGuire, Monticello. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Jackson funeral home, in Delphi. Burial will be in the Delphi Odd Fellows cemetery. Call at the funeral home after noon Tuesday. Elmer C. Kimmel, 87, Dies in Lafayette; Final Rites Wednesday Elmer C. Kimmel, 87, a former resident of Springfield, Ohio, fa- her of Mrs. Robert Price t 630 Marleton Roadi,' died. at 5 a.m. Sunday at St. Elizabeth's hospital in Lafayette following an illness of several months. He had resided in Logansporl since November, 1960 and was a retired life insurance superintendent. Born in Dayton, Ohio on Jan, 15,1875, he was the son of Andrew J. and Elizabeth Kimmel. He was a member of the Thirt Lutheran church in Springfield. Survivors include the daughter Mrs. Price; a granddaughter, Mrs William R. Withrow, Del Rio Texas and a brother, Daniel, o Dayton, Ohio. His wife and a son preceded! him in death. Funeral services will be held a 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Little;on funeral'home in SpringfieK with Dean E E. Flock, of Wit- :enberg University, officiating anc surial will be in Ferncliff ceme- :ery at Springfield.. Mrs. Bessie Justice Dies; Rites Wednesday FLORA—Mrs. Bessie Justice, 72, of Flora, widow of Homer Justice, died at 2:25 a.m. Monday ai the home of a daughter, Mrs. William Hollis, 315 W. Clem St., Flora, following an illness of six months. Born in Carroll county on Sept. 23, 1889, she was the daughter of John and Margaret Quinn Garri son. Her husband died Sept. 4, 1961. Survivors include five daughters, Mrs. Hollis; Mrs, Elmer argon, Ligonier; Mrs. Glen Clin- jenpeel, rural route 1, Flora; Mrs. Wayne Miller, Flora and Mrs. Edith Brown, Butler, Ohio; ;wo sons, Fred, rural route, Kokomo and Clarence Garrison, rural route, Logansport; 18 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. Charles Bailey, Burlington. Funeral services at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Carter funera' home in Flora with Rev. Arthur Tinkle officiating. Burial, will be in Sharon cemetery.'. Friends may call at the funera home after 7 p.m. Monday. Births MEMORIAL: Born to Mr. and ATS. Hammerichhouse, of F'ora, a ;on. '•-•-• Hospital Notes MEMORIAL-Adinissions: Mrs. Wilma Vernon, 200 E. Miami; 'arman :Spencer, Fulton; David Zimmerman, 1823 Clark St.; Duane table, rural route 2. Dismissals: fcs. Gladys 'Bogher, rural route ~; Mrs. James Clark and son, Kewanna; Robert Doran, 804 Jack•on .St.; Mrs. Dorothy Gunter, ,425 Erie, Ave.; David Minniek, lucerne; Mrs. Marjorie Sherman, rural route 4; James Star-buck, Delphi; Miss Diana Steinbarger, 837 Helm St. ST. JOSEPH'S -.Admissions: Elizabeth Calender, 122 S. Sixth St.; Miss Jayne Ellen Jones, 1815 "eorge St.; Mrs. Amanda Snyder, rural route 3; Mrs. Emma J. laupert, North 1 Manchester; Joseph Newman, .523 Eleventh St.; Fohn Seankle, "Wabash; Morris C. tayman, Walton; Albert J. Ricciardi 1229 Erie Ave. Dismissals: Mrs, Donald Frazier, rural route 6;, Mrs. Ruth Barr, 620 Twenty- second St.; Mrs. Mary Tratt, Winamac; Miss Susan Fox, Kewanna; Hiss Connie Sue Petrie, Hunting- ion; Miss Barbara Hpch, 511 Schullz St.; John' Skinner, Wai- Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Eleven COMMUNITY BRIEFS Around The Town Bunker Hill Hospital Notes Admitted: Airman l.C. Kenneth Hall, Airman.3.C, Donald Robinson, Mrs. .Millie McFarlin, Steve Keowin, Mrs. Lizzie Houser. Dismissed: Mrs. Lucy Proctor and son, Leif, Martha Lambert and Airman 2.C. Russell Fitzgerald, Births'.' A son to T.Sgt. and Mrs. Clarence McFarlin. Saturday Admitted: Mrs. Lula Paige and Mrs. Fanny Lee. Dismissed: Mrs. Beryl Cunning, ham, Christine Schronski, Sean Whitehead artd Mrs. Lizzie Houser. Births: A daughter to S.Sgt. and Mrs. Vernon Lee and a daughter to S.Sgt. and Mrs. Jerry Paige. Sunday Admitted: Mrs. Wally Coryat, Mrs. Sharrie lie, Mrs. Barbara Richardson, Bobbie Cranfill and Mrs. Ruth Kenning, Dismissed: Mrs. Joyce Adderton and daughter, Carolyn, Mrs. Grace Hart, Mrs. Betty Long, Mrs Kathreen Nevseta arid Jeffrey Perry. Births: A son - to Airman l.C, Gerald Kenning. STILL TRY TO AVERT STRIKE OF AIRLINE WASHINGTON (UPI) - Labor Secretary Arthur J, Goldberg called union and management officials together today in a last- ditch effort to avert a flight engineers' strike against Trans World Airlines Tuesday. Goldbert invited > representatives of TWA, the Flight Engineers Union and the Air Line Pilots Union, -to a 9 a.m. EDT meeting. .He acted after th'e engineers announced they woulc strike at 2 p.m. EDT Tuesday against TWA. A walkout by its 615 flight engineers presumably would halt op erations of TWA, which is the nation's fourth largest domestic carrier and employs 20,000 persons would not strike against Eastern Air Lines of Pan American Work Airways, which also are involvec in, the'dispute, unless-they en gaged in "an illegal lockout." In scheduling, the strike agains' only one airline, .the union said ii shared Kennedy's concern over the economic effect that a full- scale walkout might have. Kennedy said last week that a strike against the three airlines woulc deal the economy a severe blow. Conferring with Goldberg were H. S. Dietrich,, chairman of the union's TWA chapter; Capt. Buss Derickson, chairman of the TWA council of-Air Line Pilots, and David Crpmbie, TWA's vice pres ident-ifor industrial relations. The long-standing dispute, cen ters chiefly on the number anc qualifications of cockpit cr.ew members.''The union refused to submit this issue: to arbitration, The flight engineers said they would agree to arbitration on purely economic issues with Eastern and Pan American, but not with TWA. The airlines have said they would accept arbitration on all issues.'' .• The dispute, results from a presidential commission's; recommendation that cockpit crews be cut from four members to .three, and {hat the flight engineers be merged with .the Air ,Line Pilots Association. . ' The flight .engineers say the pi lots, who outnumber, the flight en ginecrs, would not guarantee their seniority ^rights if they merged with the pilots union. Circuit Court Robert J. Frank was granted a divorce from Lona Frank by Judge Norman Kiesling in circuit court Monday. He was given custody of their two children. O'Neill and O'Neill were the atttorneys 'or the plaintiff. Mrs. Betty Lou Bruner, 102 S. Main 'St., Wallon, asks a divorce and $400 alimony in a suit filed Monday against John R. Bruner. Phe couple was married May 10, 1958, and separated June 6, 1962, according to the complaint filed through O'Neill and O'Neill. Mrs, Sandra Rhody filed a cross complaint for divorce against Milard Rhody, charging cruelty. She asks custody of their child and C'20 )er week support. Kevin Hooley .s-the attorney for Mrs. Rhody. Mrs. Jane'Gibson asks a divorce rom Richard Gibson, custody of ;heir two children, and support in a suit filed Monday. The couple was married May 27, 1960,' and separated June 9, 1962, according o the complaint filed through ffanna and Small. The estate of the late John Musselman totals $30,000 in real estate and $2,000 in personal property, t was reported Monday when it was opened in circuit court with he appointment of two sons, Roy and Ralph, as co-administrators. O'Neill and O'Neill are the attorneys for the estate. Twelve children are heirs. Mrs. Gertrude Sullivan filed a cross complaint against Garnie Sullivan, asking a divorce, custody of their child, and dctermina ion of their property rights. She is represented by Gerald Rybolt. The Community State Bank of Royal Center was granted judgment for $100 plus $19.80 interest plus $50 attorney fees Monday on its complaint against William and Bonnie Dankert on a promissory note. O'Neill and O'Neill repre-. sented the plaintiff. A brother, a niece and a nephew will share the estate of the late Mrs. Mary K. Dahm, who died June 10 at the age of 80, under terms of her will filed for probate in circuit court. Dated April 7, 1960, the will names the National Bank of Logansport as executor. Leland Smith is the attorney for the estate. Army Reserve Pvt. Jimmy L. Vigar; son of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Vigar, Route 6, Rochester, Ind., completed the eight-week food service course under the Reserve Forces Act program at The Armor Center, Fort Knox, Ky. June 7. Vigar received instruction in the preparation and serving o food in mess halls and in the field. , The 19-year-old soldier is a 1961 graduate of Rochester High School. Regularly monthly meeting o: the Veteran Employes Association the Pennsylvania Railroad, wil' be held in the assembly room b: the Capt. Logan Hotel at 7:30 p.m. CDST, Tuesday, June 19, 1982. Ruth Michael, of 119 East Linden Ave., reported to police tha her billfold was stolen Friday a 406 East Broadway. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Abbott, o Rochester, are the parents of a son, Brian Jeffery, born June 8 Maternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs. Lowell Wilson, of On ward. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Abbott o Rochester. Read the Want Ads! City Court Jess A. Castell, 41, of South Third St., was fined $25 and; losts and sentenced to 30 days n jail which was suspended on al harge of assault with a deadly ^apon. Charles F. Hardt, 18, was fined 50 and costs and given a sus-i sended sentence of six months at-, he Indiana State farm on a, iharge of petit larceny. Hardt and; i 18-year-old youth were arrested rriday after Hardt admitted tak-; ng $6 from a car parked along; ic Georgetown road two weeks, ago and $37 from a car there last' month, Robert and Irwin Stedham, of I •Cokomo, were both fined $5 and; a osts for illegally possessing fire-' works. ' * Two charges of public inloxica-! ion were dismissed. Steven Justice, 22, of 1829 Spear'. St., was fined 510 and costs in; city cpurt Fonday for operating: motorcycle without a muffler. I Diana Saunders, 19, of 1200; : eorge St., was fined $1 and costs- or operating a car without a IK cense. Martin Cooper, 66, 712 Bar-; ron St.. fined $10 and costs for he same offense. : Lewis Conklin, 20, of rural route; 6, was fined $5 and costs for speeding. Samuel Penland, 35, of Peru, 3aid $10 and costs on a charge of driving under the influence. His icense was suspended for one year. Bobby Joe Hammond, 20, of 02'/£ Eel River Ave., was fined I and costs for allowing an un- icensed driver to operate his an- •omobile. Building Permits Two building permits were Issued Monday by the office of John W. Anderson, city building commissioner. They arft: Russell Boyer, 538 Bates St., repair for garage, $200; and Ben Emmett, 608 M'arket St.; repairs on back porch, $400. Permits issued Friday: Mr. and Mrs. Wal!y Szewczyk. 515 West Broadway, repairs and siding expected to cost $2,000; Roy Brewer, 627 South Cicott, siding, $800; Carl Hines, 923 State, new garage, $400; Fred Gast, 709 Sixteenth, roof repairs, $150; Jason Marchal, 1820 Knowlton, roof house, $150; and Mrs. Bert Hess, 909 South Cicott, install windows, $100. Marriage Licenses Ralph J. Kramer, 22, of Carmel, and Carol Ann Brugh, 22, of 901 Cicott St.; Donald Williams, 55, LaPine, Ore., and Eleanor Allen, 43, of 606 West Broadway; Phillip McWilliims, 20, of Bunker Hill Air Force Base, and Mary Margaret Brown, 19, of 318 J /6 East Market; Herbert Derryberry, 21, of 912 North St., and Ruth Hall, 20, of route 4, Peru; Larry Ottitr- ger, 20, of 331 North Hillcrest Dr.', and Barbara Ann Johnson, 21, of route 1, Camden; Donald Roller, 22, of 2231 Wabash River Hd., and Carol Elaine Smith, 20, of route 2, Royal Center. Meter Receipts P-arking meter receipts for the' week ending Friday were down $81.50 from the previous wee'k, totaling $1,239.75. The total included $824.75 from street meters and $415 from lots, according to Clerk • Treasurer Ralph G. Smith. Trailer Undamaged In Freak Accident A trailer came-off a semi-trailei truck on Cndiana 25 next to the Logansport state hospital at 7:30 p.m. Sunday but it miraculously caused no damage. The vehicle, enroute from Lo gansport to Lafayette, was driven by John Sams, Greenville, Tenn The trailer traveled 50 feet d'iwn the highway and then nosed down a 10-foot embankment, where ii come to.a stop. FILE PROTEST .. PORTAGE. Ind. (UPI) - A, Izaak Walton League chapter with a clubhouse near Burns Ditch today criticized another league chapter for "vicious and intemperate attacks" on state officials in a controversy over a proposed Lake Michigan port. The Miller chiipter through its president, David Tharp of Portage, issued a statement assailing a recently-formed chapter known as the Porter County Chapter at Chesterton and demanding the revocation of its charter. Diana Sleinbarger, 15, of 837 Helm St., was released from Memorial hospital after recovering from minor injuries she sustained in an accident Saturday. Police said she walked into the side of,a car driven by Glen R. Keller,' rural route 2, Star City Waldo Jrueb, 4129 U. S. 24 East, reported to police that a 20-inch red and wliite boys bicycle was stolen at Twenty-sixth and Market Streets Sunday morning. The Grant Implement Co. at 803 Burlington Ave., was broken into sometime early Sunday morning, but nothing appears to have been taken. Police discovered the break-in at 5:42 a.m. Entrance 1 was made through the west door by breaking out the glass. Police called A. M. Marks, 512 Tanguy St., an employe, to investigate the loss. The firm is owned by Herbert Grant, rural route 1, Walton.; The Young America Saddle club will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Young America school gym.. Howard Smith, 40, of 22 Daisy. SI.,, was arrested Monday for carrying a weapon without a permit. Sale Calendar f June 23— Berkshire's ................ .Keith Berkshire- June 23— Dodrill's .-...: .......... , ...... . . Weddingtoti June 23— Earl Jordon Estate . ....... Eineharts Aucts June 23— Midwest Machinery Auct. Bldg. ' ..... Vogel June 23— Carl Wagner .......... .... .Keith Be'rkshirfe' June 27— Herbie's Place .............. Kerch Berkshire June 30— David W. Armstrong Estate ....... Rineharts

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