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Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, June 24, 1962
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SUNDAY, JUNE 24, 1!)62 THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE TWENTY-THREE 50. Wanted to Buy WANTED: Cushman Husky 5-h.p. gasoline engine in running condition. Gail 52071 after 4 p.m. 1947 Jeep station wagon. L. E. Dillman, 722 Lafayette Dr. FARM COLUMN 54. Farm Equipment 3 Used hay rakes, One Ford Cultivator, One Rear mount Ford mower. New Idea pull type. Gale Blower, Brady cropper. Burlington Jo 6-3387 7 ft. Massey-Harris" combine, running condition $100. Ph. Peru GR-3-7949. JOHN Deere 12A combine, good condition. East of Georgetown. Don Forgoy. BALER and BINDER TWINE KING'S HATCHERY Sixth and North Ph. 3718 NEW and used field sprayers and pumps, all types of chemical sprays, used Case combine A6. Smith Farm Service, 5 mi. So. on 29, 1 mi west. SOMETHING tor the farm? Over 7,000 farm families read the Pharos-Tribune and Press daily! Sell or buy profitably through the want-ads. Phone 4141. ALLIS-Chalmers sales, service, parts. Neff Implement Co., Rochester. Phone CA-3-2350. STOR-MOR bins, dryer bins, batch dryer, bulk tanks. Ph. Logansport 56825 or see Dale Davidson, Metea. SMILEY POLE BUILDINGS CALLB.W. RICHTER DEER CREEK 3214 after 6 p.nu 55. livestock 20 Landrace sows, 200 pigs, 2 weeks old. Phone 40504 FOR SALE: 60 gilts, SPF disease free, guaranteed free of virus pneumonia, rhinitis, bloody dysentery, Brucellosis and Lepto. Priced within range of any commercial producer. Ralph Rinehart & Sons, Flora, Ind. Phone 967-3951. 34 Hampshire shoals. Ph. 56733. 2 extra good milk cows, one due June 30th, one with calf; male Hampshire boar. Selling due to ill health. Phone 68381. 70 head of feeder pigs. 1V4 miles northwest of Lake Cioott. Phone 58441. James Nelson. MIDGET Sliver Dapple Shetland mare 38 in tall with stud colt 2 mo. old. Mare bred back to registered slud W. M. T. First $250 takes mare.and colt. ED & ANN'S PONY FARM, 22770 Adams Rd., South Bend, Ind. Phone CE-4-1051. 100 choice Angus and Hereford steer and heifer calves. Roy Wolfe. Ph. 5777. FOR SALE, or trade, gentle riding mare. Everett Montgomery. Ph. 12331 Lucerne. 65 HAMPSHIRE pigsMO-SO Ibs. Phone 56803. SPOTTED Poland China yearling boar. Robert Martin, % mile west Burrows. PUREBRED Landrace hoars, service age, with plenty of type and quality. Raymond Nicoll, Burnettsville. FEEDER pigs. Call J. D. Lesh, Deer Creek 35 or 2112. NO doubt one of our Durocs would solve your boar problem. Come and see. Howard Mutchler, Kewanna. Curtiss Breeding Service Dudley D. Bridge Logan 3606—Royal Center 2185 Lucerne 1-2065 FOR large profits with feeder cattle, see Wertheimer Cattle Co. Phone Camden 686-2793. YEAGER & SULLIVAN, Inc., guaranteed feeder pigs available at all limes at Camden, Indiana. WE have buyers for good shoats. Royal Center Sale Barn. Phone 3755 or 2425. 56. Feeds, Seeds, Plants 18 Acres of 'mixed hay. Ph. Walton 2805. FOR SALE—20 acres of mixed hay. Royal Center 2078. THE BEST Hybrid by 4 years- Testing for northern Ind. Soils- Ind. Cert. 219. ,T. E. Martin & Sons, Rt. 2, Walton Phones 2053 or 2058. 10 acres of mixed clover in field Call Walton 3005. 2-4, D and brushkiller. Lester Elliott, Lucerne Phone 1-2221. LARGE gilts, farrow this month, immuned; Lindarin beans. Camden 686-2406. 58. Hatcheries BABY chicks, turkeys and ducks. Start them on Napiana starter feeds. King's Hatchery, Sixth and North St. Phone 3718. 59. Poultry 500 New Hampshire pullets, eleven months old, $1. Hizer Hatchery, Grass Creek. AUTOMOTIVE 63. Automobiles for Sale 1962 FALCON for equity or trade. See at 819 Bates. 1955 Sludebaker Hardtop ?35. Cash, take over payments 1523 North. 1953 Lincoln Capri, all power, low mileage. Willard Logan at Walton 2821. 1961 Buick convertible, 12,000 miles, like new, will trade, private owner. Frankfort 654-6530. 63. Automobiles for Sale 1959 Oldsmobile 2 door, Dynamic 88 automatic, lite green, Clean in very good condition, new tires, low miliage, Phone Camden 686-6431. 1952 Pontiac, good condition, 8 cyl., straight stick. 611 Washington. CUSTOMIZED 1957 Ford Custom 300, VS. Make offer. Ph. 4655. 64 Trucks for Sale 1951 % ton Chevrolet, 7x8 flat bed, 4 speed. 12253 Lucerne. FACTORY AUTHORIZED NEW CAR DEALERS CHEVROLET MANN CHEVROLET Flora, Ind. Phone 9674123 Dillman Chevrolet-Ph, 4-0123 St. Rd. 25, Clymers. Ind. C H RYSLER-PLYMO UTH-V All ANT 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. 946-3119 214 Monticello St., Winamac, Ind. E & R EAMBLEB MOTORS 801 E. Main, Logansport DODGE DART CAR PAYMENTS TOO HIGH? Protect your credit. Trade down to smaller or no payments. See Max Frazee at Frazee Ford Corners. Phone 967-4151, Rts. 18'and 75, Flora, Ind. Thomas & Everman, 517 North St. Dodge, Darts, Dodge Trucks PONTIAC WASSON-BUICK-PONTIAC Delphi, Ind. Phone LO-4-3040 or LO-4-2415 REALGAS HIGH QUALITS LOWER PRICES 818 W. Market Hi-Way 24 Seventh and North 18th and Woodlawn INDIANA YORKSHIRE INVITATIONAL SHOW & SALE Saturday, June 30, 1962 TIPPECANOE COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS 'LA'RAYETTE, INDIANA Bred Gilts . . , Boars Open Gilts Judging 9:00 Sale 1:00 Pss];... WANT TO SAVE MONEY? Tell ya what we're gonna do ... JOHNSON FORD WiJl Deliver A New '62 FALCON For Only $1795.00 This Week Only Johnson Ford 25th & Market Ph. 5103 Step Up To Modern Living Arc repairs on thai older home eating into your bank account? Do you pay rent over $60 a month? If the answer to these questions is yes, it's time io look into Ihe savings we can give you with a brand new home you can call your own, Wayne Myers BUILDER OF NEW HOMES PHONE 3162 To Study Racial Discrimination WASHINGTON.CAP) - Racial discrimination still is a problem 'or the armed forces, President Sennedy said Saturday, as he.ap- jointed an advisory committee to study the matter. The civilian group has been instructed to find means of inv proving equality of opportunity in jhe services themselves and in ,he housing, school and recrea- jonal facilities in the communi- .ies adjoining military bases. In a letter to Gerhard A. Gesell, who was named chairman of the lommitlee, Kennedy praised the Defense Department for progress made in combatting racial discrimination since the end of World War E. '' But Kennedy added: "There is considerable evidence at in some civilian communities in which military installations are located, discriminaton-on the PERSONAL LOANS Lincoln Finance Company Mario Smith, Mgr. Phon. 3295 basis of race, color, creed or na- ional origin is a serious source of hardship and. embarrassment for armed .forces personnel and their dependents." The PresidenFdirected' the-committee. to seek answers to two specific quesions: ,!,• What can be done to improve the effectiveness of current policies and procedures in ..the armed forces with regard to equality of treatment and opportunity 2. What measures should be employed to improve equality, of opportunity for members of .the armed forces and their dependents in the civilian community? HOOSIER ACTION INDIANAPOLIS (AP)—The Indiana advisory committee of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights decided Saturday to study discrimination 'in housing, education, jobs and administration of justice. Hobart Creighton of Warsaw, chairman, said a subcommittee studying discrimination in housing will be headed by State Sen. Jesse Dickinson, D-SoUth Bend. Will Erwin of Bourbon and the Rev. Raymond T. Bosler, editor of the Criterion, Catholic newspaper in Indianapolis, will head a subcommittee studying racial integration in, education. . Judge Harold-Bitzegaio^ of Terre Haute will head a subcommittee to investigate charges of discrimination of justice. Ray Berndt, United Auto Workers regional director, and Richard A; Peterson, Indianapolis, will study apprentice training programs in various crafts, Peterson also is chairman of the State Civil Rights Commission, which works closely with the advisory committee. Gov. Matthew E. , Welsh told the committee the facilities of state government will be available on a co-operative basis. The advisory committee reports results of its investigations to the authorization. FINED FOB, SPEEDING Robert Walker, 25, of route 1, Burnettsville, was fined $5 and costs for speeding when he appeared before Justice of the Peace Don Freehafer Saturday. Walker was arrested May 26 by State Trooper Dick Keyes. Report On The Servicemen Airman First Class Jerry L. Dingeldein of Logansport, has arrived here for duty with a Pacific Air. Forces unit. Airman Dingeldein, an aircraft ground accessories repairman at Clark, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George R. Dingeldein, 1825 George St., Logansport. A graduate of Logansport'High School, he entered the service in January 1958. He is married to the former Barbara A. Davis ' of 1509 E. Broadway, Logansport. Airman 2C James W. Roberson, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Roberson, rural route 1, Lucerne, a 1960 graduate of Lucerne high school, will soon be transferred from an Air Force base in France to Germany. He has been in France since December 24, 1960. His address is: Airman 2C James W. Roberson, AF18G60202, 38th TAG Recon Sq., APO 83, New York, New York. Salon's Peace Appeal Made To Save Own Life A University of Wisconsin zoologist, Arthur D. Hasler, has demonstrated that salmon can follow an odor to its source like hounds. Pardon Me But do you realize what really tremendous deals they have at Myers Oldsmobile-Cadillac? I understand some folks are quite excited about it ... I only wish they sold kiddy cars there, too! Weekend Special for all you Convertible-Lovers Impala 8 cyl., conver- liblei. Choice of 1, 1 black and 1 while, both with, itrlking red interior!. Power steering, power brakes, turboglida Iraniminion, radio, healor, white tirei, buy either one <tlAOO Ihi. weekend only *f " °- * * F'83 -4 door deluxe jodan, hydramatic, radio, h .c!.r, whit. tiro.. B.autiful ftOO/IO Azure blue with blue In-teriar, Low miloage. *^AA"r7 1QAI FORD ^ door ranch wagon, jrrtalf gas-saving V8 engine, Fordo- I TO I rVI\U rnatic, power steering, beautiful 490RQ light flrnen, green inferior. • «p*l/OT 1 QJL1 MFRf I IDY Monterey 4 door hardtop, deluxe all Moroccian I7OI JTltlWUfV I interior, fully carpeted, power sleoring, power brakes •rcomatic white tiros bronze tan and white with ton and brown Inlerior. Dynamic 8S 4 door Holdiay hardtop, coot B , ilten , ng Prov i ncia | wnitB , ,, ke now gray brakes Mercomatic, white rire*, bronze fan and white with tan {fcO^ftQ brok«», while tirei, radio with rear seat ipeokor. ^)A*tO 7 DftRfvF ^ ar * ^ ^ oor se .^ an ' 9 ai iav ' n 9 6 cyl. standard trans- UUUUC minion, radio, heater. Beautiful 2 <£ I 1 A A ton* tarii with fan interior. 1960 DODGE °t Dart 4 door sedan, '8 cyl., automatic Iranimijsionv 19560ldsmibile supor88 4 door 1956 Ford ^X 2 *" 1956Pon.iac',X 19560ldsmobile 9 fj d f 0 7 1956 Ford 4 ?£ atMlan l955Ford^:;:r ion 1954Chevrolet 62 J. oor Riiirlr 2 doar DUICK standard M ft $789 $597 $499 $1149 $549 $449 $149 $79 I70U UUUUC beautiful like naw finish, green interior. <t]Q7O An excellent low mileage local 1 owner. . *r * ** * 1 QAfl POMTIAf Bonneville 4 door Vista hardtop, glistening black ITOU • wW I IMW W ;,j 1 rec | all-moroccicn interior. Fully power •quipptd including power windows, air conditioning and 6 way power ieat. So new It's a shamn to call If used. Supor 88 2 door Holiday hardtop In •legont Provincial white, beautiful rod and gray interior, hydramatic, power iteering, power brakes, radio with rear seat speaker whitt tires. excellent price. Ql II^IA Elactra 4 door Riviera hardlop, complotoly power ""•^ < " *quipp0d and roady to go at thii C^DI^ ^ door Custom 300, Fordomatic, beautiful all while with Mhil $1549 gray .Interior, excellent local 1 owner car. A REAL HONEY! 1962BUICK Etectra 224 4 door hardtop, in beautiful deep red with white top, 6 way electric seat, Dynaflow, power steering and brakes, only 1 1800 actual milesl $AVE HUNDREDS!- IQCQ rAPIIIAr 62 Ser ' ES 2 d ° 0r hardlo l :> '" magnificent York I7JT V.MUILLMV. b | M w)t |, h an dsom« bluo and black interior. A tina 1 owner exceptionally low miloage Cadillac trada-in. Completely power equipped. door Ranch Wagon/ gal-saving small V8 engine, itand- arc | trc , n!m i5,i on , beautiful rod and white with red Inferior. This or.»'i exceptionally clean. 2'° Series 4 door sedan, 6 cyl. engine, aulo . tran!ml!l!on . p ricod t » >eii ^ IQCQ P| YJUlfll I Til Belvedere 9 'passenger 4 door station wagon/ . I 737 r L I IfflUU I II baauHful 2.tona graen, all power, alocfrlc rear window. This car is a local one own*r and perfect ...... '. ........... ... ......... ... SEE OLDSMOBILE'S FULL COLOR AD ,•'.... ' ON THE BACK PAGE OF TODAY'S FAMILY WEEKLY MAGAZINE IN THE SUNDAY PHAROS-TRIBUNE AND PRESS WE HAVE 44 OLDSMOBILES & CADILLACS IN STOCK! Th» Biggest Selection Ever Available in this area! MYERS Oldsmobile-Cadillac "A GOOD DEAL ... PLUS A GREAT DEAL MORE" 230 E, Broadway Phone 5141 PARIS (AP) — Ex-Gen. Raoul Salan's appeal to the Secret Army Organization lo make peace with the Moslems in Algeria may have been an attempt to save his own life, informed sources said Satur- d?y. The former chief of (he secret army in Algeria now is under a life sentence for treason and terrorism. The failure of a special court lo give him the death sentence angered President Charles de Gaulle. Now Salan's case may be reopened on new grounds. The prosecution has asked for a review on the basis that Salan had committed further acts of treason afler liis imprisonment. Salan had written letters to confidantes from prison giving instructions on the use of secret army funds, and on other matters relating to the terrorist organiza- ion and his own defense. Should a review result in a new trial, some sources felt, Salan's letter made public Friday night might be an item of mitigation as against the earlier letters sent to the secret army. Salan's motives are known only lo himself. But it was recalled that it he has ever replied (o ari appeal from his top lieutenant, ex: Gen. Edmond Jouhaud, it has never been made public. Jouhaud, condemned to death' wliile his chief escaped with life imprisonment, wrote an impassioned letter to Salan recently, urging him to join in calling for., the secret army to end its terror-; ism. Sales Cancel Gains In Grain CHICAGO (AP)—Heavy selling on Friday cancelled ou nearly all fhe small gains in the grain futures market and left prices mostly lower on the Board of Trade. The late pressure was ascribed to Die action of the House of Representatives in killing President Kennedy's farm program. It exploded a burst of welling which carried through the entire trading session almost without letup. It hit hardest in the feed grains, particularly corn, as brokers talked of the possibility that grains would fall again under the farm program in effect in 1958. At that lime there were no acreage controls on corn, which the government supported a $1.06 a bushel, naional average. Afler the close of the' market, however, Secretary of Agricult- ture 611)1116 L. Freeman said as an alternative to the killed measure he would support an extension of the emergency wheat and feed grain program, which is in effect for this year only. A bill lo extend is expected to be introduced early next week. Until the Washington development, the market had been belabored somewhat by liquidation almost everywhere except old crop soybeans. Those deliveries had attracted rather steady support because of dwindling supplies in Chicago commercial positions and the probability that they would be exhausted before the next harvest. However, here would be no shot-age because the government, is believed to have about 90 million bushels through default of price support loans. Trade in wheat was cautious throughout the week. At the end of the week, wheat was 2 cenls a bushel lower lo Vt higher ban a week ago, July $2.ia%-'/4; corn %-*& lower, July $1.10%-%; oats Vt lower lo >/< higher, July 66%-'/i; rye 3% lower to 1% higher, July $1.32%-'/ 2 ; soybeans I'/fc higher lo % lower, July $2.48y s -49. Hopes for Rally \ In Stocks Dashed ; NEW YORK (AP)—High hopes 1 for a stock market rally were; dashed this week and, instead, the stock averages sank to new lows ' since 1958. , ; Slock prices broke Mow what • some brokers called the "panic ; lows" reached in the last week of; May when the big Wall Street convulsion produced both tBe; steepest decline and the largest; recovery since 1929. Wall Street analysts have been ; wronj; time and again in predict-; ing when the market will reach a buying lead from which a rally ; is likely. They now look to the • marM lops of 1956 and 1957 as ' the area from which some kind of advance could 'materialize.. These are represented by about 520-lo-525 in the Dow Jones industrial average. Brokers have been predicting this land of thing ever since the Dow Jones industrial average be-, gan to slide from its historic peak of'734.91 reached last Dec. 13. As each support broke, another— lower-has been picked. This; week the Dow industrials fell 3i.99 to 539.19, lowest since Oct. !:8, 1958. The week's decline had the backdrop of some highly mixed business news and published, talk about possibilities of recession- including the disagreement between labor secretary Arthur J. Goldberg and his commissioner of' labor statistics, Ewan Clague, after Clague said a 1963 recession was likely. Regardless of the general news, however, Hie week's action on the New York Stock Exchange can best t>e described as an old- fashioned battle , between the "bull;! 11 —those who look for higfi- cr piices—and the "bears," who are Vieltingo n a decline. You can make money cither way—by being "long" of stock or "short." If you're long, you buy sloclc hoping it will rise. If you're' "short," you sell borrowed slock,, hoping to profit by repaying tlfe loan -win stock bought in the future at lower prices. The ,Associaed Press average this week sank 11.60 for its worst loss :iince the week ended May 26. Tlie average closed at 202.50, its Itwest since Nov. 26, 195?, when it stood at 201.80. Vol'imc was 20,812,150 shares, compired with 26,770,865 the previous week. Seeks Polish-Speaking Parakeet Through Ad HAMMOND, Ind. (AP) - Mrs. Stanley Perzanowski asked Ham mond Times ad readers Sunday to help find her Polish-speaking parakeet. She said she had taught the bird 30 words in both English and Polish and misses his "dziendo- bry' (good morning) and "dobra- noc" (good evening). The bird disappeared when the wind blew his cage down several days ago. Catholic Nun Dies Sister Mary Sabasiian, 74, of the St. Mary's Convent at Misli- awaka, died at St. Joseph hospital at 8, a.m. Saturday. She was born Sept. 2, 1887 in 'Australia; The body was. taken to Ihe Kroeger funeral home and will be sent to Mi'shawaka for burial. SUPPORTING OPPONENTS GARY, Ind. (AP)—Miss Margery Baker, stockholder in Bethlehem Steel Corp. and member of the Save - the • Dunes Council, turned over a $240 Bethlehem Friday. The council is fighting plans to build a deepwater port at Bums Waterway. Bethlehem fered to sell to the state. Veteran Idaville Mechanic Retiring After 43 Years IDAVHXE-E. G. "Ed" Schle- gclmilch. 65, who has operated aiV autornobile garage here for _43 years, has announced that he intends to retire al the end of this month.. > ScHegclmilch, who was bcm and reared in White county, opened the garage after he returned from World War I. He was married on June 28, 1924 in Benton Harbor, Mich., and . resides with his wife, Crystal, in Idaville. They have one daughter, Mrs. Gordon Crocker, of Adrian,. Mich, He plans to continue living m Idaville following his retirement. Tim garage will continue lo be operated by a nephew, Tom Schlegelmilch. Three Charged For Illegal Possession Three students from Lafayelle. were arrested at 3:10 a.m'. Saturday liy city police on charges of illega. possession of alcholic be- erages by a minor. Th« are James R. Rctherford', 20; Jcffery ,L. Gelding, 18; and Rex W. Kirts, 19. Police arrested (he Irio at Front and Market streets. Jack Eyman, 42, of rural route,2, Koivanna, was arrested by city police' at 11:30 p.m. Friday on charges of driving under the in- - fluem:e. He will appear in city court. Gar)- L. Overley, 23, of 2206 East • Broailway, will appear in city court,on charges of speeding. He was arrested early Saturday on- Market Street. Sale Calendar /«.> ,.>*»-. ^ f ^ Tune 27—Herbie's Place Keith" Berkshire JUNE 30—Irene Washbu.rn Wally Bucher June 30—David W. Armstrong Estate .Rineharta June 30—Berkshire Auction Keith Berkshire

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