Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 28, 1962 · Page 14
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 14

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, June 28, 1962
Page 14
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Fourteen Lggansport, Indiana. Pharos-Tribune Thu rsday Evening, .June 28,1902. Pre-Fourth Celebration Set in Delphi DELPHI — The annual. pie- Fourth of July celebration will be held Friday night, June 29, with fireworks in the Biley Park annex at 9 p.m. The Lions Club of this city is holding a fish fry from 5 to 8 p.m. on the courthouse square preceding the fireworks, sponsored by the • Chamber of Commerce. Tipwa Grange will hold a din rer meeting on July 5, at 6:30 p.m. with the dinner being ser ved by Group IH of the Home EC committee. It will be a membership dinner. On last Thursday night Tipwa Grange met with Onward Grange in Cass county. Those in charge of the program then were Mrs. Levi Furst, lecturer and Mr. and Mrs. Eussell Craig, program chairmen. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hulse, of Muncie, spent Tuesday with his sister, Mrs. C. T. Amick and Mr. Amick, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Delaney .left Monday to spend a few days in Chicago. Mrs. Fay Wise of Camden announces that boys from the Sang- ralea Home for Boys in Cass county are to have booths in each community staffed by the boys from the Home, from July fl to July 14. Ministers are asked to announce the fact from their,pulpits Sunday. The Home for homeless boys is operated by Mr. and Mrs. Layman. The drive theme is "A Buck for A Boy". There are eight boys at the home at present, but they expect to have 32 by Christmas, 1962. During the winter months the boys sell, home made candy to help finance their home. Shortly before midnight Monday the Delphi fire department was called to the car lot formerly operated by City Service, and now owned by Gene Lahr of the Ford Sales, when they tried out a new lighting system, which caused sparks. It was decided that the lighting system was overloaded. Little damage was done. Delphi grain elevators began re. ceiving their first wheat Monday and Tuesday. On Monday Coble 6 Coble, near Rockfield, brought the first load to the Whiteman Brothers Elevator and'more than a car load was brought to the elevator Monday and Tuesday. The Kerlin Elevator received its first wheat from Hughes and Leiter of Jefferson^ownship on Tuesday morning and had approfci- mately a car load by eyening. Since the devastating storm Sat- GUNMAN SHOT IN TOLL ROAD BUS INCIDENT ANGOLA, Ind. (UiPI)-A : Grey, hound bus' was commandeered by a gunman on the • Northern Indiana Toll Road late Wednesday night, and a state trooper' shol and critically wounded the man when the driver was stopped at a toil gate. State Trooper Lewis Boggs .fired once with his service revolver when the gunman stepped oflf the bus and pointed a weapon at the policeman. The shot critically wounded a man identified as Kedrick O'Meara, 23, Gary. He was taken to Cameron Hospital with wound in the chest. Authorities said bus driver Raymond Abraham, Michigan City, stopped at the James Whitcomto Biley service area along the toll road and told an attendant to call police because he was having trouble with a drinking passenger. Abraham then resumed his trip eastward on the superhighway, and shortly after Trooper Boggs pulled alongside the bus and tried to flag it down. But the gunman pressed a revolver to Abraham's head and ordered him to keep going. Boggs radioed ahead and asked that the East Point toll gate near Fremont be closed so the bus would have to stop. When the bus stopped, Boggs jumped out o'f his patrol car. The gunman leaped off the bus and leveled his gun at Boggs and the trooper shot him. Authorities said they learned later that the gunman had robbed a fellow passenger .on the bus, identified as Julio Olivier, Gary, of $10. NOTICE STATE OP INDIANA 1 )SS: COUNTY OF CASS ) NOTICE TO ALL. PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF WILLIAM R. ROBISON, DE CEASED. In the Circuit Court oC Cass County, APRIL Term, 1862. Cause Number P 61-11. In the matter oC the Estate of WILLIAM R, ROBISON, deceased. Notloo Is hereby slvori that JAYNE ROBISON. ao EXECUTRIX of the above named estate, has presented and died her account in dual settlement ot said estate, and that the same will come up for the examination and action of said Circuit Court, on the 13th day of July, 1062, at which time all persons Interested In said estate are required to appear in said court and show cause, if any there be, why said account should not be approved. And the heirs of said decedent find all others interested are also required to appear and make proof of their holrshlp or claim to any pnrt of said estate. CLARENCE R. SETTLEMYRE Clerk of the Circuit Court for Cass County, Indiana CHARLES K. MICHAEL Attorney urday night and with wheat ready farmers of Carroll county are anxious to get their wheat taken care of early. Double Guarantee fof your protection. You're protected agifntl tttftcts In workmtnihlp and materials and against normttl roatf^ hazards. Adjuttmentt' pronttd on Qenerara current prices. SPtCIAl »ALt TtKMS 2 FOR *1Q PER MONTH Other ««•«» proportionately low If you're concerned about safety but conscious of CAMERA SAVINGS SPORT CAPS VARIETY OF COLORS EASTGATE PLAZA PHONE 2312 REG. 9.95 EASTMAN FIESTA CAMERA OUTFIT • NOLENS ADJUSTMENT • ATTACHABLE FUSHHOLDER • BLACK AND WHITE, COLOR OR SLIDES 110.45 VALUE J66 POLAROID COMPUTE OUTFIT CERTAIN !TEMS PLUS TAX •s. NO FOCUSING 10-SECQND DEVELOPING SWIM CAPS WHITE AND ASSORTED COLORS FOSTER GRANT POODLE PULL TOY 21.50 VALUE BROWNE SUTO 27 OUTFIT ...... 15.98 f HIM .......... 1.98 8?c SUNGLASSES UNBREAKABLE POLYE- THENE FRENCH POODLE DOG. *W LONG, 11" HIGH. COMES IN ASSORTED COLORS. PETE coon* GOLF BALLS POLAROID No. <! 1.23 VALUE EASTMAH KOD1 1: 2.95 VALUE EASTMAH MOVE!: MORE EYE -PROTECTION! ELECTRONICALLY CONTROLLED FF77 LENS FILTERS OUT HARMFUL SUN RAYS. EACH 12 FOR 4.78 AT HOOK'S 2.15 VALUE EASTMAK KOW 13.'i HROME '20 Exposure SPARKLERS MRFECTLY SAFI FOR THI KIDDIES o?iV20c SEA AND SKI SUNTAN LOTBON YOU SURE WILL TAN, SURE WON'T BURN! 4-OZ. PLASTIC BOTTLE PAPER PLATES PACKAGE £L < OF 30 *<* PAPER CUPS • 6-OZ. PLASTIC BOTTLE ARVIN BAR-B.Q GRILL OTHER SIZES FROM 79e TO 2.25 AT HOOK'S 24" GRILL EASY-ROLL WHEELS 5.98 • 2-QT. SIZE • PLASTIC • GRADUATED FOILLE FIRST-AID SPRAY COOLING, SOOTHING RELIEF IN SECONDS—ALSO GOOD FOR CUTS, ABRASIONS AND BURNS EVERYDAY LOW PRICES 24" ARILL WITH HOOD 10.49 AT HOOK'S 98* J&J BABY POWDEt 1,50 BOBBI REFILL HONE WAVE KIT 60< HALO SHAMPOO 64< MENKEN SPRAY Dl ODOR ANT 79< MENNEN SHAVE BOMB 59' J&J COTTON BUD!, 90 r s 39 C J&J COTTON, 2-oz, 1.19 METRECAL WAFEIIS PLANTERS COCKTAIL PEANUTS PORTABLE TAPE RECORDER FULLY AUTOMATIC BATTERIES INCLUDED SAFFLOWER OIL 100 CAPS WITH VII. B-4 ..1.49 QUART 1.39 • HIGH QUALITY TEMPERED STEEL HOOK'S Magnetic Recording Tap* 225 ft. 69c Reg. 1.19 GELATIN CAPS CONFETTI SPORT BALL SPICE OR CHOCOLATE, 36'S 98' DIAPERINE POWDliR, 9-oz. 89 C VASELINEr Lb. Special 69' BISODOL MINTS, 100 r s 89' CORICIDIN D TABLETS, 12's (U QUICK TANKING LOTION 1.25 2-OZ. TUBE AT HOOK'S FOR STRONG5R FINGERNAILS IROTEIN-iRICH SUJ>mMENT BOTTLE OF 100 AT HOOK'S BRITE WATCH BANDS SPECIAL | AA I«VW GfMMt 'AIR Premium Quality At A Low, Low Price! The General Jet-Air luxury tire features dual-treada for sure-footed traction on wot or dry pavement. Dual-treads assure fast, safe stops. Patented Odessa rubber guarantees longer tire and tread life. fORD CHIVROUT PUTMOUTH STUDfBAKlK Size 7, SO x 14 Tubules! ponmc OlDSMOBHl DODGC'BUICK MOtCUKY'DfSOJO RAMBllR-AMUSSADOR s/if e.oo x 7< Tubaltsa * WHITEWALLS ADD S 3 :AII prices plus tax and the old tires on your car JOHN STAGGS BLUE JAY FOOT POWDER RELIEVES HOT PERSPIRING FEET. COOLING, SOOTHING, DRYING. AT HOOK'S CASH AND CARRY PRICED PRESCRIPTIONS ARE FIRST AT HOOK'S SEETHE MAN IN GREEN at HOOK'S for all YOUR DRUG NEEDS 213 S. THIRD ST. TIRES DIAL 3778 MODESS 40's CREST TOOTH PASTE SUAVE HAIR DRESSING SECRET POLL-ON DEODORANT ENDI-N SHAMPOO LIMIT JL^C WITH ONE O4 OOU|10 " VOID AFTER SUN,, JULY 1JT LIMIT C WITH LIMIT ONE ^® COUPOM •! ° NE VOID APTIR SUN.. JULY 1ST | VOID AFTER SUN., JULY 1ST E|S VOID AFTER SUN,, JULY 1ST M^ VOID AFTER SUN.. JULY 1ST am 3.98 Value 1.23 Ynlut SOMINEX SLf EP TABLETS MISSION SUPER VITAMIN TABLETS 250'f LIMIT WITH ONE I '«7O COUPON VOID AFTER SUN., JULY 1ST J&J MICRIN ANTISEPTIC 20 OZS. LIMIT OC WITH ONE I O COUPON VOID AFTER SUN., JULY 1ST BLACK FLAG HOUSE AND GARDEN INSECT BOMB LEDERLE RHULI LOTION 4 OZS. LIMIT OOC WITH ONE Q7 COUPON VOID AFTIX SUN.. JULY 1ST LIMIT ONE VOID AFTER SUN., JULY 1ST LIMIT C WITH ONE COUPON VOID nFTER SUN., JULY 1ST

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