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Wednesday Evening, June 27,1982, FACTORY -AUTHORIZED NEW CAR DEALERS CHEVROLET MANN CHEVROLET Flora, Ind. Phone 967-4123 Dillman Chevrolet—Ph. 4-0123 St. Rd. 2S. Clymers. Ind. CHRYSLER-PIYMOUTH-VAIIANT Hendrickson Motor Sales, Inc. 417 Third St. Ph. 5151 8UICK 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., Winawac, Ind. RAMBLE)! 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 ARMY RESERVISTS INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — Array reservists from Indianapolis, Bloomington and Camp Atterbury who are members of the 70th Regiment will begin two weeks of active .duty for training next Sunday at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. Step Up To Modern Living Arc repairs on that 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 to look into the savings we can give you with a brand new home you can call your own. Wayne Myers IUILDER OF NEW HOMES PHONE 3162 LATE MARKETS Late Markets Third Street Market Lambs 18 Beef Hides .93 Veal Hides .11 BnrnettsviBe Poultry Leghorns M Heavey Hens 17 Klumpp Produce (Deei Creek) Heavy Hens 11 Leghorns .06 Eggs .-.- -19 aairkta* 200 to 220 18.10 220 to 240 17.75 240 to 260 17.25 260 to 280 '.. 16.75 280 to 300 16.25 Sows ..' 14.50 down Boars 9.00 down Producers Marketing Assn. 190 to 215, No. 1 ;... 18.85 190 to 220, No. 2, No. 3 ... 18.35 Sows , 14.50 down Boars 10.00 down Popcjoy's Poultry Farm Heavy Hens 13 Wayne's Produce Heavy Hens 10 Leghorns 06 CHICAGO (UPI)-Produce: Live poultry roasters 21%-23; special fed White Rock fryers 18-18V4; Plymouth Rock fryers Cheese single daisies 38'/£-40; longhorns 38^ - 4D'/£; processed loaf 36-38; Swiss Grade A 45-48; B 43-46. Butter steady; 93 score 57; 92 score 57; 90 score 54)4; 89 score 53. Eggs steady; white large extras 26)4; mixed large extras 26)4; mediums 23; standards 24%. INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - Live stock: Hog 3,500; barrows and gilts steady to 25 higher; uniform 190230 Ib 19.00-19.25; bulk 190-250 Ib 18.50-19.00; 240-270 Ib 18.00-18.50; 270-300 Ib 17.25-18.25; load 18.50; 300-330 Ib 16.50-17.50; 170-190 Ib 18.00-19.00; sows steady to 25 higher; 300-400 Ib 14.50-16.25, few 16.50; 400-600 Ib 13.75-14.75, few down to 13.50. Cattle 900; calves 100; steers and heifers about steady; good to mostly choice steers 25.00; good- and mixed, good and choice 23.0024.00; choict mixed yearlings, 25.00; good and mixed good and choice 23.25-24,00;,good'and choice heifers 21.50-24.00; cows steady; utility and commercial 14.50-16.50; eanners, and s cutters., 13.00-15.00; bulls steady; utility .and commercial 18.50-20.50; vealers steady to 1.00 lower; good and choice 25.0028.00; standard and low good 22.00-25.00. . Sheep 600;,. spring: lambs about steady; choice to' mostly prime 22.50; choice' and mixed choice and prime 20.00-22.00; good and low choice 16.00-20.00. Deaths and Funerals City, Cass County CAMPBELL, ROSSL., 71, rural route I,- Royal Center. .Services at. the Fisher funeral home 1:30 p.m. 1 Thursday. Rev. Virden .Graham officiating. Burial in the Crooked Creek cemetery. Friends may call at .the funeral home. CHICAGO (UPI)-Livestock: Hogs 7,500; /teady to 25 lower; No 1-2 190-230 Ib 18.50-19.15;. less than 100 head over 19.00; mixed No 1-3 180-230 Ib 18.00-18.75; 230250 Ib 17.50-18.25; 250-270 Ib 17.0017.75; load No 3 around 290 Ib 16.75. . , . ' Cattle 13,000, calves 25; slaughter steers grading average choice and better over' 1100 Ib steady to 25 lower, other weights and grades steady heifers fully steady; four loads mostly prime 1200-1275 Ib steers 28.00;' few loads 27.25 and 27.50; bulk high choice and mixed choice and prime 11001375 Ib 26.00-27.00; bulk choice 950-1350 Ib 24.75-26.00; under 1100 Ib 24.75-25.50; good'22.50 - 24.50; two loads mixed choice and prime 1100 Ib heifers 25.75; ttalk choice 24.25-25.25; good and mixed good and choice 22.00-24.25; standard and good vealers 20.00-25.00. Sheep 700; spring s 1 a u g h ter lambs choice and prime mostly steady;' good grades and down steady to 1.00 lower; choice and prime 80-110 Ib spring lambs 22.00-24.00; good 20.00-22.00. Hold Farewell Party For John Rinehart Approximately 25 city employes, most of them from the second floor of the city building attended a farewell party for John Rinehart in the board of works room Wednesday at 2 p.m. Rinehart, city engineer since the start of the Neumann administration, resigned that position effective July 1. Fellow employes enjoyed refreshments of cake and coffee and Rinehart was given an eight day wall dock. District DAY, EZRO, 79, Peru. Final rites will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Eikenberry funeral home. The body then will be taken to Belleville, Mich., for. rites and burial. Call at the funeral home after 4 p.m. Wednesday. SMITH, REBORA J., 2 ] / 2 , Rochester. Final rites will be 2 p.m. Saturday at the Richland Center Methodist church; Burial will be in Richland Center IOOF cemetery. Call at the Foster and Good funeral home in Rochester after 2 p.m. Friday. MYER'S OLD FASHIONED FIRECRACKER USED CAR CLEARANCE! BANG UP BUYS MHlAf _ through JULY 3rd matic, radio, heater. 4 door Ranch Wagon, V8, Fordomallc. Thi, w..k only $10Q0 4 « ™* l!Lf\ ou >L(\ 60 •* tlo ° r " dlan dsVille, completely . qulp p. d 1 3439 " while, local car. '60 Dodge with »rand ard ihift. Dynamic 88 2 door ledan, Dart 2 door ledan, economl- col> 0 cyl , RED HOT BUYS ON the biggest selection on Brand New 1962 OLDSMOBILES AND EVER DISPLAYED IN THIS AREA! 46 New Cars In Stock! MYERS You'll never get a better deal on a good clean car than right nowl All reconditioned for carefree summer driving! '60 Dodge D ° r !J^ cyl,, automatic transmission. A nice car. 'lOQQ 12 door ho , d . lop, completely power equipped. Only * 79 '59 Chevrolet;;- convertible, glistening • black with white top. $1 4QQ 2 ' 'CO C Af/1 ^ door Cui- JT ruru tom 300 ^ 8 cy |^ automatic transmission/ alt •white, 1 owner. $| | "TQ39 OLDSMOBILE-CADILLAC A Good Deal — Plus'A Great Deal More SMITH, DELBERT c., 71, of Peru. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m^Friday at the Drake-Flowers • chapel. Burial in Mt. Hope. Call at the 'funeral home after 10 a.m. Thursday. You Should Have Seen the Wheels That Got Away Four wheels and tires valued at $200 were taken from a 1962 pickup truck as the owner fished in the Kenneth, stone quarry shortly before 10 p.m. Tuesday. The report was made to, the sheriff's office by Jesse Gunther; of 1425 Eric Ave.. i .Gunther said he was accompanied by his son, William, and discovered the theft when they returned to the truck. Three wheels and tires and the spare :wheel s.nd tire were taken and an attempt was made to take the fourth wheel and tire from the truck. Authorities said the thieves were probably frightened away when Gunther and his son returned. New wheels and tires were placed on the track and it was driven back into the city. The theft was investigated by Slate Trooper Glen Hosier and Deputy Sheriff Robert Sabatini,. Fight Results By United Press International TEL AVIV, Israel (UPI)- Al phonse Halimi, 116V4, France, out- jointed Piero Rollo, il7, Italy (15). 230 E. BROADWAY PHONE 5141 SAN JOSE, "Calif. (UPI)-Luis Molina, 140, San Jose, knockec out Benny Medina, 140!4, Fresno Calif. (8). D.C. Smith, 71, of ?eru, Dies; Rites At 2 p.m. Friday PERU-Delbert C. Smith, 71, of 508 West Third,,died at 10:20 p.m. Tuesday at the Wabash Rail- 'oad Employes hospital. He had >een ill ten years. ; A lifelong resident of Peru, he was a retired Nickle Plate railroad hostler. Born May 12, 1891, in Peru, he ,vas the son of George W. and tfary Holt Smith. He married Ruby Hiatt in 1944. Survivors are the. widow; a son, fames D., New 'Mexico; two daughters; Mrs. Roy Burdine and Mrs. John Zartman, .both of Peru; step-daughter, Mrs. .John Mat, Jackson, Mich.; a half-brother, Herman Cook, Peru; two half- listers, Mrs. Nellie McKinley and Mrs. Mary Clark, both of Peru; eight grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. He was a member of the First ! hurch of Christ Scientist, B of LE, B of LF and E, Old Rails and Eagles lodge. Funeral services- will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Drake' Flowers chapel. Reader Robert Weaver will officiate and burial will be in Mt. Hope. Friends may call at the funeral home after 10 a.m. Thursday. Salvation Army Report Shows 73 Transients Aided The local Salvation Army cared for 73 transients, including U women and children, in need of emergency care this month, according to Senior Major and Mrs. Frank Larson. The organization gave medical aid to two persons, supplied 10. garments and, pairs of shoes, and provided 195 meals and lodging for 86 persons. The youth program included 48 children in 10 sessions of Vacai- tion Bible School, five music, students at the Salvation Army Fresh Air Camp east of Indianapolis for a week, three delegates to the Indiana Youth Institution at the Salvation Army camp al Oaklandon for a week, four recreation sessions with 55 in attendance, 14 craft classes with 515 in attendance, one family nighl with 75 in attendance, 34 other youn'g people's meetings with 690 in attendance, and three delegates to the Youth Congress in Chicago for three days. There were 28 adult group activities with 823 adults, in attend- MOORE NAMED COACH MANSFIELD, Pa. (UPI)-Rob ert K. Moore, a Pennsylvania high school coach since 1957, has been named head football coad at Mansfield State College. . Rinehart Attends Last Board Meet No replacement has been found or John Rinehart, city engineer, ccording ,to a statement made y Mayor Otto Neumann during le weekly board of works meet- ng Wednesday morning. Meanwhile Rinehart attended is final board of works meeting s an official member prior to is joining the staff of Construe- ion Associates July 2. THE MAYOH SAID he hoped to name a successor before the end of the week. , The board signed authority for he payment of bills amounting to 275,259.22. These included $155,18.85 for electric utility bonds and interest due July 1; $82,916.50 or the. payment of bonds and in- erest for the sewage utility due July 1; and $4,414.18 for the payment of bonds and interest for he municipal airport due July 1. Next week's meeting will be >eld at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday because ot the Fourth of July holiday. . ' EzroDay,79,of Peru, Succumbs PERU — Ezra Day, 79, of 189 West Second St., died at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at Dukes hospital after an illness of six months. Born at Willis, Mich., June 12. 1883, he was the son oE William and Lena Thorn Day. A retired farmer, he moved from Bellville, Mich., to Peru four years ago. Survivors include the widow, Mildred; a daughter, Mrs. Albert Harps, of Maybee, Mich.; a son Alden, Bellville Mich,, six stepchildren; four grandchildren, four great-grandchildren; two sisters and three brothers. Funeral services wili be held a 2 p.m. Thursday at the Eikenberry funeral home. The body then will be taken to the Roberts Brothers funeral home in Belle ville where services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday. Burial will be there. Friends may call at the Eiken berry funeral home after 4 p.m Wednesday. WON YACHT RACE POOLE, England (UPI)-Amer ican boatman Dr. Britton Chance sailed Complex III to the 5.5 me ter yacht world championship in Poole Bay Tuesday. John B. steered by R. H. Symonette o the Bahamas, finished second i: the overall standings. ' NOW YOU KNOW A rainfall of one inch over on acre of ground would mean 27,14 gallons,of water had fallen. "I GOT MYSELF A REAL DEAL" On a Chevrolet at WSE the More and more folks just like you are finding out how easy it is to get _ kind of deal they've been dreaming of at WSE. Stop in and see for yourself! * BETTER SELECTION! * HIGHER ALLOWANCES! . * LOW TERMS! YOU GET ALL THREE AT . . ANY OF THESE EXPERIENCED SALESMEN CAN COMPETENTLY AID IN YOUR SELECTION. Jack Whiteford — Dale Logan Dick Kain — Bill Demerly — Frank Lind Jack Usery — Delva Price 201 East Broadway Open Weekdays Till 9-Sar. Til 6 WSE CHEVROLET BUICK Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune . Twenty-three- COMMUNITY BRIEFS Around Town Births ST. JOSEPH'S — Born to Mr. nd Mrs, Frank Whitefield, Camen,, 'a son. •fospital Notes ST.. JOSEPH'S-Admitted: Mrs. 'ranees Miller,, 1030 High St. Dismissed: Mrs. Essie Herd, rural oute 1, Lucerne; Mrs. Barbara weet, 425 Tacoma Ave.; Mrs. lice Rohrabaugh, rural route 5; [rs. Daisy Swayze, 1400 Chicago t.; Miss Lisa Terry, 916 West liami Ave.; Julius Ruffo, 1222 pear St.; Everett Chumney,- rur- i route 2, Walton; James Philps, Union Hotel; Mrs. Cora Op- enheimer, 1526 East Broadway. MEMORIAL - Admitted: Mrs. Florence Davis, 931 Wheatland Vve.; Mrs. Alice Veck, 715 Davis :, Rd'.; Mrs. Mary Pearson, 41714 East Market St.; Stewart Gordon, 515 East Broadway; Mrs. Edith .yers, 1424 Smead St;; John E. toward, St., 1401 Michigan Ave.; Michael Gardner,. 1315 East Market St.; Master Kerry Hulls, 2022 last Market St. Dismissed: Miss 'ulie Grimes, rural route 1; Miss Jeborah Himes, rural route 2, loyal Center; Miss Malinda Huffman, Royal Center; Mrs. Day- mend Jones, Jr., and daughter, 329 North Third St.; Mrs. Orlyn Casten and son, rural route 1, Winamac; Master William Maughmer, 1608 Clifton Ave.; Miss Pat Scott, rural route 1, Bringhurst; faster Thomas Sellers, Lucerne; Robert Thompson, 1639 Mead- awn Ave. ROCHESTER— Admissions to Woodlawn hos )ital: Mrs. Sadie Tanner, 43] Sast 13th street; George Pontius R.R. 5, Rochester; Rev. Car Saslburg, Liberty, Ind.; Gottlieb Reude, 428 East 14th street; Al )hons Williamson, Ora, Ind. Dismissals: Mrs. Dessie Pasch ell, 320 Pontiac street; Mrs. Stan ey Eikenberry and son, Peru, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Riley, Ak ron, are the parents of a daugh ,er. Mrs. Louis Alspach, Lake Manilou, was admitted to Me morial hospital, South Bend Monday for treatment. Mrs. Floyd Van Trump, win las been hospitalized at Parkview Memorial hospital, in Ft. Wayne iias been returned to her home in Rochester. Bunker Hill Hospital Notes Admitted: Mrs. Linda Given: Mrs. Susan Hanson, Mrs. Joa Green, Mrs. Ruth Hilton, Mr Louise Drake, Linda Little, Rici ard Gratton, Ruth Higgens, Tod Dobie. Dismissed: Mrs. Pegg Lingenfelter, Mrs. Sue Blancharc Mrs; Nancy Zygadlo and daugh ter, Mrs. Carroll Pfifer, Pegg) Pfifer, Larry Slabaugh. Bom to Airman FC and Mrs Barry Nevseta, a daughter; to S! and Mrs. James Givens, a son !o SS and Mrs. Charles Hanson, a daughter; to 2nd LI. and Mrs Robert Green, a daughter. Admitted Friday, June.22: AB Louis Kolnik, CWO John Foust A3C Duane Holley, Mrs. Janice Davies, Carol Pfifer. Dismissed A1C Phillip Loupa, AlC Harold Nau, AlC Kenneth Hall, SS How ard Chambers, A2C David Cum mins, Robert Harrier, Jr., Mrs Wally Coryet, Mrs. Jo Anne Voe- bert and son Patrick, Mrs. Norm Yonker, Mrs. Sheila May and daughter Deborah, Mrs. Arlene Bullers and daughter, Kimbcrly, John and Stanley Haile, Mrs. Sue Blanchard and son, Jerrold. Admitted Saturday, June 23: A- 2C William Sapp, PFC Ronald Goss, Mrs. Annette Brucker. Dismissed: Darrell Brown, Mrs. Jeanenne Marsh, Mrs. Carol Dziacko and son Jeffrey, Mrs. Lizzie Houser and daughter, Cathy, Mrs. Barbara Weise and son, Dean, Diane Jones. A son was born to A2C and Mrs. Edward Brucker. Admitted Sunday, June 24: Mrs. Shirley Jones, Mrs. Norma Fosberg, Mrs. Shirley Vanderhei, Mrs. Dahlia Porter. Dismissed: A2C William Sapp, Bobbie Cranfill, Theresa Fcher, Jacqueline Runquist. Admitted: AlC Harold Lane, A2C Frederick Clark, A3C Danny Patterson, Mrs. Delpha Matson, Mrs. Clara Curtin, Claudia O'Brien, Stephanie Music, Kathrena Music, Larry Slabaugh, Mrs. Elizabeth Weatherly, Mrs. Katreen Nedseta. Dismissed: A3C Billy Taylor, CWO John Foust, Roberta Robinson, Steven Pribyl, Mrs. Janice Davies, Mrs, Mary Shrider, Mrs. Shirley Jones, Mrs. Shirley Perkins. A son was born to TS and'Mrs. Gle'i Matson. Captain and Mrs. Henry Curtin are parents of a daughter. MONTICELLO— Dismissals: Monday — Harry Maggart, 513 North First Street; Harold E. Mayhugh, rural route 3, Box 265, Winamac; Danny David Patterson, 509 West Washington Street; Bill L. Templeton,' rural route 2, Park Road. Tuesday — Master Bobby Sears, Jr., rural route 2; Mrs. Inez Miller, 425 West Washington Street; Mrs. Paul Grimes, Box 6, Hillsboro; Mrs. John R. Van Meter, rural Circuit Court ; Mrs, Judith Biddle, 536 Biddle; t.. aiits custody o£ their child in- suit for divorce from Robert' iddle filed Wednesday in circuit; ourt. The couple was separated- une :.2, 1962, according to the? mpltdnt filed through O'Neill- nd O'Neill. The Commonwealth Loan Co.", ' Ehraod asks $500 in a com-; aint against David and Sue Anne, ellers of this city to foreclose a-' hattd mortgage on their house-; old furnishings. William F. and Nina Millman; sk SSOO damages and forfeiture. ' a contract for.the sale of real! slate at 1128 West Melbourne: ve. in a suit against Albert Bir- : ell. They allege that the defcn-; ant failed to make some of the; aymisnts and that he did not" naintain the property in good; ondition. Miller, Tolbert, and irscliauer are the attorneys for, ie plaintiffs. ; ustice Court Thrne motorists were fined $1; nd costs Tuesday aflernoon in he lucal justice of the peace ourt on their pleas of guilty. They were: Nellie Ingle, 66, of oute I, Galveslon, arrested June 0 by Trooper John Gaylor for iluf-s. to yield the right of way;] 3C IDonald Rush, 22, of the Bun-! ker Kill Air Force Base, arrested by Trooper -Glen Hosier or parking on the road at Ken- icth; and Charles Shaw, 16, of Vinamac, arrested Sunday by 'rooper Richard Keyes for reck-; ess driving. Juilding Permits Joe LaTourrette, rural route 4, esid'intial improvements, $1,000; '. C Talmadge, cement work 'at 027 :5. Pennsylvania Ave., $400; Mary Harkin, siding al 1317 Market £';., $1,500. Carriage Licenses Walspn Spencer, 49, of rural 2, city, and Wilma Widncr,- 48, 6P1 Walnut Ave., city. Cit." firemen answered two calls- Tues-'ay afternoon. The first one' was tt 1:18 p.m. from the Joseph Riesling residence at 611 Vine St., vihere there was a short.in the liathroom floor plug. Th<! second was a first aid call at 2:24 p.m. to 112 S. Sixth St., where Ray Sellers was overcome., by the heat. M::, and Mrs. Steve Foreman',' 1505 N. E. Seventh Terrace, Gaiiisville, Fla., are the parents of n. daughter, Karen Elizabeth,- borri; June 23. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Foreman, 2203 High street, and Mr. aria Mrs.' i John Bagg, of St. Peters-^ burjc, FJa. Paternal great grand- moli:er is Mrs. Effie Stephen,-or; 315 ICast Main street, city. For?-" man, a 1958 graduate of the local high school, received a B.S. degree in business administration' from the University of Florida, in graduation exercises earlier this monih with his parents, grahd-^ mother, and aunt, Mrs. Carol Wcln'.yre, rural route 4, attending I'.-om here. .", '" Busy Beaver 4-H club met Tuesday evening at Tower park, with Sandra and David Thomss in charge. Demonstrations were. given by local winners and Judy Wolf, a junior in demonstration work; gave an illustrated talk'on crafts. David Thomas gave the heahlh and safety report on Fourth of My safety. Also on the re-' fresliment committee with Sandra and David Thomas was Jimmy Swigert. The next meeting will be July 2 al 1:30 p.m. at the hon:<s of Rhoda Lamb. route 1; Miss Katrina rural route 1. Woods, De bora Jean Smith, Aged 2 Yz, Succumbs RXHESTER — Debora Jean Smith, V/i, daughter of Larry B., and Carol R. Hebner Smith, 711 Easi Pitt, died at 5:30 a. m. Wed-' nesi:l ay at Memorial hospital in > Soulii Bend, where she had been a patient one month. ' . C.i ise of death was generalized 1 car< :noma. She had been ill two years. She was born Sept. 16, 1959 Si.'vivoi's with the parents are two sisters, Patricia Sue, and Susun Elaine, at home; grand- pan!'its, Mr. and'Mrs. Roy Hebner, rural route 3, Rochester; Mr. and Mrs. George Smith Eoches: ter; great-grandparenls, Mr. and' Mrs. Frank Rickens, Lucerne; several aunts and uncles. Funeral services will be held )t 2 p.m. Saturday at the Richland Center Methodist church. The Rev. Calvin McCutcheon will com: ict services, and burial will be i i the Richland Center IOOF cerrMtery. ' Fi ends may call at the Foster and Good funeral home in Ho- che:;;er afler 2 p.m. Friday. ; Sis [er M. Dolorina Ofciserves Jubilee S.i:iter Mary Dolorina, supervisor of the cafeteria and dining room at the St. Josjph's hospital, celi!l>rated her 25th jubilee Wed- nesiiiay. Tie . Rl. Rev. ; Msgr. John ySchiill, of the St. Vincent Catholic church, conducted a High Mass in hit honor Wednesday morning.

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