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Monday Evening, June 25, 1965. 55. Livestock MIDGET Sliver Dapple Shetland marc 38 in tall with stud colt 2 mo. old. Mare bred back to registered stud W. M. T. First $250 takes mare and colt, ED & ANN'S PONY FARM, 22770 Adams Rd., South Bend, Ind. Phone CE-4-1051. FOR SALE, or trade, gentle riding mare. Everett Montgomery. Ph. 12231 Lucerne. SPOTTED Poland China yearling boar. Robert Martin, V4 mile west Burrows. PUREBRED Landrace boars,, service age, with plenty of type and quality. Raymond Nicoll, Burnettsvilie. NO doubt one of our Durocs would solve your boar problem. Come and see. Howard Mutchler, Ke- 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 times at Camden, Indiana. WE have buyers for good shoats. Royal Center Sale Barn. Phone 3755 or 2425. 56. Feeds, Seeds, Plants IND. Cert. 253—Early stalk-rot resistant, excellent yielding hybrid. .1. E. Martin & Sons, Rt. 2 Walton. Phone 2053 or 2058. 18 Acres of mixed hay. Ph. Walton 2805. FOR SALE—20 acres of mixed hay. Royal Center 2078. 10 acres of mixed clover in field, Call Walton 3005. 2-4. D and brushkiller. Lesier EL liott, Lucerne Phone 1-2221. LARGE gilts, farrow this month. . immuned; Lindarin beans. Cam. den 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 50(1 New Hampshire pullets, eleven months old, $1, Hizer Hatchery, Grass Creek. AUTOMOTIVE 63. Automobiles for Sals , 1956 Packard Clipper, excellenl condition, new tires. Ph. 40578. 1961 FALCON for equity or trade. See at 819 Bales. 1961 Buick convertible, 12,000 miles, like new, will trade, private owner. Frankfort 654-6530. FACTORY AUTHORIZED NEW CAR DEALERS CHEVROLET MANN CHEVROLET Flora, Ind. Phone 967-4123 Dillman Chevrolet—Ph. 4-0123 St. Rd. 25, Clymers, Ind. CHRYSIER-PIYMOUTH-VAUANT 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. RAMBLER R & R RAMBLER MOTORS 801 E. Main, Logansport DODGE DART Thomas & Everman, 517 North St. Dodge, Darts, Dodge Trucks PONTIAC WASSON-BUICK-PONTIAC Delphi, Ind. Pnone LO-4-3040 .or LO-4-2415 Psst... WANT TO SAVE MONEY? Tell ya whal we're gonna do ... JOHNSON FORD Will Deliver A New '62 FALCON For Only $1795.00 This Week Only Johnson Ford «th t Market Ph. 5103 63. Automobiles for Sal* CAR PAYMENTS TOO HIGH? Protect your credit. Trade down to .smaller or no payments. See Max Frazee at ,' Frazee Ford Corners. Phone 9674151. Rts. 18 and 75, Flora, Ind. 947 Jeep station wagon. L. E. Dillman, 722 Lafayette Dr. 959 Oldsmobile 2 door, Dynamic 88 'automatic, lile green, Clean in very good condition, new tires, low miliage, Phone Camden 686-6431. 952 Pontiac, good condition,'.8 oyl., straight' stick. 611 Washington. . :USTOMIZED 1957 Ford Custom 300, VS., Make offer. Ph. 4655. Fight Eesulls By United Press International Saturday . MANILA (UPI) — Gabriel Elorde, 130, Philippines, outpointed Auburn Copeland, 129>/ 4 , Flint, Mich. (15). BERMN (UFI) - Harold Johnson, 172H, Philadelphia, outpoint- ed Gustav CBubi) Scholz, 171, Berlin (15). Sunday TOKYO (UPI). — Sadao Yaoita, 12, Japan, outpointed Primo Famero, 112, Philippines (12). On any one day of the year about 750,000 persons are under isychiatric care in a mental hos- Mrs. Brockey, 37, Rochester, Dies ROCHESTER — Mrs. Flossie Mae .Brockey,' 37,, of Rochester, died, at 12:20 a.m. .Monday at Memorial hospital in South Bend where she had been a patient 17 days, Mrs. Brockey operated the Du- drop Inn restaurant and had been a patient in -Woodlawn hospital here for two weeks before being transferred to South Bend. She was-born Aug. 24, 1924, in Carrollii county, the daughter of Ora Hounshell and Ethel Huff Miller. Her marriage on Aug. 8,' 1942, in Plymouth,, was to Leonard B,"Brockey, who survives. Also surviving are a son, James, at home,; • a daughter, Mrs. William Sayger, of Rochester; one grandchild; her mother, of Tempe, Ariz.; a sister, Mrs. Char' les Miller, Rochester; two-brothers, Forest E. Hounshell, of Phoenix, Ariz., and James, of Boston, Mass; and her grandmother, Mrs. Rebecca Hounshell, of Jonesville, Va. The deceased was a member of the Rochester EUB church. Final rites will be .at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the church, the Rev. Kenneth Foulke officiating assisted by Rev. William Simpson, Burial will be in the Rochester IOOF cemetery, , Friends may call at the Foster and Good funeral home after 1 p.m. Tuesday and until noon Wednesday. The body will lie in state at the church one hour prior to services. Higher Tariffs Set In Canada OTTAWA (UPI) — Canada was launched on a new austerity program' today . combining higher' tariffs and interest rates with large-scale financial support from foreign sources. A five - point program, announced late Sunday by Prime Minister John Diefenbaker, was designed to ease pressure on the Canadian dollar, reduce, the nation's chronic international payments deficit and cut the goy- ernmenl's spending imbalance by as much as $450 ( million. For the . average Canadian, it meant higher prices for a., wide range of consumer .and luxury goods and a return to "tight" money. Key item in the program was a "temporary, graduated sur charge" on more than half of Canada's .$6 billion a year.im- port trade. The special tariffs, to produce some $200 million a year in new government revenue, applied to goods from all nations except those against which' Canada already levied the'maximum duty. Imposed On Three Levels The surcharge was imposed on three levels — five percent on "less essential" goods such as metal manufacturers, primary plastics and textile fabrics, 10. per cent on consumer items like auto- mobiles, furniture, television sets and toys, and 15 per cent on such luxuries as champagne, perfume and jewelry. • 'Exempted from the new duties were basic foodstuffs,- such as fresh fruit, tea and coffee, raw materials, and industrial components and agriculture machinery deemed "higtly essential" to the economy. • . The special tariffs, covering imports totalling $3.1 billion a year, were the second blow in two months to foreign producers trying to compete in the Canadian market. They,first were hit May 3 when the government devalued the Canadian dollar to 92% cents of its U.S. counterpart. It was the high cost of holding the-dollar at that figure that lay at the bottom of -the austerity program. Having spent more than $500 million in gold and U.S dollars over, the past few months to maintain the nation's currency, the government was forced to take strong action against a fur ther outflow. • Obtained Support •To protect itself against continued pressure; the administra^ tion obtained financial support to' tailing $1,050,000,000 from a variety of foreign sources; The International Monetary Fund provided a loan of $300 million, the Export- Import Bank authorized standby . credit of $400 million and the U.S. federal reserve system and British Central Bank provided $250 and $100 million'respectively in currency exchange arrangements. To attract more foreign capital to Canada, particularly short- term investment, ,the bank of Canada fixed the bank rate at six-per cent. The rate previously alloved to fluctuate at .25 per cent above the yield on weekly government treasury bills, climbed to a two-year high of 5.17 per cent last week, By upping the bank rate, which governs chartered bank borrowing from, the central institution, the government appeared to open theway for a falling-off in bank and other instilulional lending and ah accompanying return to "tight" money. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Eleven Mrs. Shaffer, 82, DiesatCutler FLORA—Mrs. Blanche Shaffer, 82, died at 11:55 a.m., Sunday at her home in Cutler after an illness of eight years. Born March 15, 1880, in Carroll county, she was the daughter of William and Louise Retherford Jordan. She was married to Elmer Shaffer who died Dec. 31, 1961. She was a member of the Culler Presbyterian church and the Burlington OES. One son, Russell, rural route 1, Cutler, survives. Four brothers preceded her in death. Funeral services will be held WestShelburn,78, Succumbs at Denver PERU — West Shelburn, 73, a retired farmer and former Peru resident, died unexpectedly at his home in Denver at noon Sunday. He was a native of Westfield, Ind. He first married Pearl Barker in 1907. She died in 1959. He later married Ruth Wimpee on July 3, 1961. Survivors art the widow: two sons; Edgar, Peru; Waymond, Westfield; six grandchildren; six great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m, Tuesday at the McCain country chapel with the Rev. Russell Shalley officiating. Friends may call Ihere any time. The body will he taken to Sheridan where riles will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Burial will be (here. Late Markets Producers Marketing Assn. 190 to 215. No. 1 18.85 190 to 220, No. 2, No. 3 W.35- ows 14.50 down! Soars ..10.00 down- filumpp Produce ; (Deci Creek) teavy H-sns 12! Leghorns 06' ;s 20> Popcjoy's Poultry Farm fcavy Hons 13 Wayne's Produce {eavy Huns eghorns SPECIALIST TRADERS NEW YORK — The New York Slock Exchange issued a report saying that specialist traders de-. voted Uieir efforts to trying to slabalize the market during the May 25-31 break. The specialists jumped in the market to buy issues which were under heavy pressure, the'exchangc said. at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Carter funeral home in Flora. The Rev. 0. P. Manker will conduct services, and burial will be in the Ball Hill cemetery. Friends -may call, at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Monday. TO THE MAN WHO KNOWS . . . CADILLAC is MORE than a name ... it represents the ultimate in comfort and dependability. For those who are interested in America's finest motoring, Myers Oldsmobile-Cadillac have arranged for a two week showing of the largest selection of Cadillacs ever available in this area. See them in our showroom today, ready for IMMEDIATE DELIVERY FLEETWOOD 62 SEDAN DEVILLE COUPE DEVILLE We are proud of our association with this magnificent automobile and invite your inspection of motoring at its best. 1962 CADILLAC 1962 CADILLAC Convertible. Elegant all while with white leather interior, red carpet and trim. Fully power equipped. 1962 CADILLAC Series 62 4-window sedan in beautiful-Nevada Silver. Completely power equipped. 7962 CADILLAC Series 62 6-window sedan in elegant Olympic white, complete; ly power equipped. 1962 CADILLAC Series 62 4-window sedan in luxurious Avalon Blue, .completely power equipped. 1962 CADILLAC Series 62 6-window sedan in magnificent York Blue, completely power equipped including air conditioning. 1962 CADILLAC Series 62 Coupe in glistening Turquoise. Completely power equipped. 1962 CADILLAC Series-62 Coupe in striking Olympic white,'completely power equipped including -air conditioning. 1962 CADILLAC Sedan DeVille in beautiful Alutian grey and completely power equipped including air conditionnig. 1.962. CADJLLAC Sedan DeVille, glistening Olympic white, black and white interior completely power equipped; including air conditioning. also.. . WE HAVE A: EXCELLENT SELECTION OF LATE MODEL CADILLAC TRADE-INS OLDSMOBILE-CADILLAC A Good Deal . . . Plus a Great Deal More 230 EAST BROADWAY LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PHONE 5141 .« feavey Hens .17 Hawkins 20 to 220 18.10 20 to 240 17.75 40 to 260 17.25 60 to 28d 10.75 80 to 300 16.25 lows 14.50 down Soars 9.00 down BunicttsviJJe Poultry .10' .06 Tli ltd Street Market .arnbs 18 Beef Hidus 03 Veal Hidijs U INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - Livestock: Hogs 6.100; uneven, steady f'o weak lo :!5 lower; 190-230 Ib 19.2-5.65; bulk 100-250 Ib 18.5049.25; 240-270 II) 18.00-18.50; few 19.00;' 270-310 Ib 17.00-18.25; sows sleady o 25 higher; 300400 Ib 14.50-16.25; 400-fiOO Ib 13.50-14.75. Callle :!,900; calves 75; steady to weak; choice steers 25.50-26.00;' ;ood lo mostly choice 25.00; good J3.25-24.Od; standard and good' 22.00; cVoice heifers 24.50-25.00; mixed jjood and 'hoice 23.50; cows sleady, utility and commercial 14.liO-16.75; caers ad' cutlers 13.0(1-15.00; bulls sleady lo 25 ligher; ulility ad commercial 18.00-20.0'}; vealers sleady; good ad a few choice 26.00-29.00; stadard ad low good 22.00-26.09. Sheep 600; fully 1.00 lower; choice ad mixed choice ad prime sprig lambs 21.00-23.00;' choice lo mostly prime 23.50; good and low choice 18.00-20.00. CHCACIO (UPI)-Livestock: Hogs 7,500; moderately active;' oulchers 230 Ib dow steady to 25 higher; weights over 230 ib fully •steady; U.S. No 1-2 190 - 230 Ib mtchers 19.00 - 19.25; aroud 50 head mostly No 1 190-220 Ib 19.50;' mixed No 1-3 180 -230 Ib 18.5019.00; 230-250 Ib 17.75-18.50; 250270 Ib 17.25-17.75; No 2-3 270-309 Ib 16.75-17.25. Cattle 15,500, calves 25; slaughter steors average choice ad seller over 1100 !b rather slow, sleady to 25 lower; other steers fairly active, sleady; heifers steady to 25 lower; bulls fully steady; vealers steady; several loads mostl prime 1235-1325 Ib steers 27.75-28.00; bulk high choice and mixed choice and prime 11001350 Ib 26.25-27.50; bulk choice 950-1350 Ib 2175-26,25; bulk good 22.50-24.iK); standard and mixed standard and low good fed Hoi-, steins 20.50-21.50; two loads mixed choice and prime heifers 25.75 and 26.00; bulk choice 24.25-25.25; good and mixed good and choice 21.50^ 24.00; standard and good vealers 20.00-25.00; good 720 Ib feeding', heifers 22.25. Sheep 1,000; slow; spring slaughter lambs mostly 50 lower; instances as much as 1.00 lower lhan last Thursday; choice and prime showing full decline; choice, and prime 80-11; Ib spring lambs 22.50-2400; good 21.00-23.00. CHICAGO (UPI)-Produce; Live poultry: Roasters 21V-J-23; special fed while rock fryers Cheese: Single daisies 38'/£-40.; : longhorns 38H40V4; processed loaf 36-38; chcddars: 40 Ib block; 37-38%: brick 37>/ 2 -41; Swiss:' Grade A 47-52; B 45-50, Butter: steady. 93 .score 57; 92' score 57; 90 score Si'/j; 89 score 53. Eggs: unsetllcd. While large exlras 2G'/i; mixed large exlras 26!^; mediurr.s 23; slandards 24!4..- Mrs. Royster, 77, MonHcelio, Dies MONTICELLO - Mrs. Lavina, Royster, 77, of Monlicello, died at 7 a.m. Monday at her home. She- had been ill eight weeks. Born May 23, 1885, in Sheridan,she was the daughter of Arza and Ellen Vickery Smith. Her marriage on May 15, 1910, in Greenfield, \/as lo Ralph F. Royster, who survives. Also surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Richard Foltz, Monti-cello; Mrs, Robert Yunker, Warsaw; Mrs. Curtis Bowers, New Haven; a sister, Mrs. Mary Collins, Sheridan; seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Five, sifters and two brothers preceded her in death. The deceased was a member of the Methodist church and the. 'VSCS. Final rites will be at 10:30 a.m. Wedmisday at the church, the Rev. Joseph Hornick officiating. Burial will be in Riverview ceme-< tery. Friends may call at the Auferi- berg E.nd White funeral home after 2 p.m. Tuesday and at (he church after !) a.m. Wednesday.

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