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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 13

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, June 29, 1962
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Friday Evening, June 29,1862. Hunt Killer In Seymour SEYMOUR, Ind, (WI)-A shotgun-wielding Seymour man 'today killed a teen j age divorcee whose romance 1 with 'him had faded, wounded a city policeman who Wed to disarm him, and fled with the death weapon. Authorities, conducted a widespread search of the Seymour area for a man they identified as Royal (Bud) Altaian, 37, Seymour. They said he shot and killed Mrs. Sandra MdFarlin, 19, Seymour, and wounded Patrolman James Booker, 38, when Booker tried to force him to surrender. AHnvan fled after firing a shot which struck Booker in the, head and sent him to a hospital in fair condition. Hours after the midnight shooting,"Altaian was still at large, apparently on foot and apparently carrying the shotgun used in the shootings. The shootings occurred at Mrs. MdFarlin's apartment in a two< story house where she lived with her two young children. Author! lies said she and Allman had been going together but were breaking up, and the shootings occurred when Allman found Mrs. MdPar- lin with another man. Mrs. Spurlock Listed As Fair in Memorial Mrs. Dean Spurlock was listed in fair condition in Memorial hospital, Logansport, Friday afternoon after being returned to this city from Hopkinsville, Ky., where she was injured in the automobile accident that killed her husband Wednesday night. She suffered a fractured jaw and leg injuries in the accident. Meanwhile Larry, her three- year-old son is held in Jimmy Stewart , Memorial hospital in Hopkinsville suffering from neck injuries and Mardea Sue, a six- year-old daughter has been released from the hospital and is staying with relatives in Evansville. Mrs. Ann Coder, Dean Spur lock's mother, was removed from the Hopkinsville hospital Friday morning and was taken to a relative's home in Terre Haute. MAKE WAY GIRLS STORKS, Conn. (OPI) - Bobert Momm has shown the girls he's no slouch at homemaking. The married senior Thursday became the first man at the Uni "°re'rtv of Connecticut to make the dean's list in. home econ- Read the Want Ads! Set Spurlock Rites Monday Funeral services for Dean R. Spurlock, 28, who was killed near Hopkinsville, Ky., in an automobile accident Wednesday, will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Mc- Closkey-HamiltonJJahje funeral home. Burial will be in, Mt. Hope. Friends may call at the funeral home after 4 p.ttiv Saturday. Spurlock was killed and nine others injured ,in the accident. The Spurlocks moved from Logansport to Pinellas .Paik, Fla., last September. They were on their way to Logansport to visit Mrs. Spurlock's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde 1 McCormick; of 1731 Spear st. I ! : ~^ 'Meet Part Way 7 WASHI-NGON (UPI) - Sen. Kenneth P. Keating, R . N.Y., called on President Kennedy to- day'to "meet us part way" if the administration wants Republican help in Congress. Keating offered' this advice in a 3,000-word statement ;in which he also offered a blueprint to his own party for strengthening the GOP. CUBS FARM BALSAMO CHICAGO (UPD-Pitcher Tony B'alsamo was optioned to San Antonio of the Texas League Thursday by the .Chicago Cubs, Al Lary, recalled from Salt Lake City of tte Pacific Coast League, lakes Balsamo's place on the roster. Hawkins 200 to 220 ........'...,...... 18.10 220 to 240 i...... 17.75 240 to 260 17.25 260 to 280 \........ ........ 16.75 280 to 300-..................16.25 Sows 14.50 down Soars ••• 9.00 down NOW YOU KNOW Today is the 100th anniversary of fa first passenger run for the St. Paul & iPa'ciifie Railroad which later grew into the Great Northern Railway. The 10-mile run went from St. Paul to the village of St Anttiony, now Minneapolis. LATE MARKETS Producers Marketing Assn. 190 to 215, No. 1 18.90 190 to 220, No. 2, No. 3 ... 18.40 Sows .-.-• 15,25 down Boars ••• 10.00 down thW Street Market Lambs .11 Beef Rides .09 Veal Hides Jl Klumpp Produce (Deei Creek) Heavy lisas ................ .11 Leghorns .06 Eggs .19 BurnetUvine Poultry Leghorns ,0! Heavey Hens ;'...'.............. .17 Wayne's Produce Heavy Hens 10 Leghorns .06 Popejoy's Poultry Farm Heavy Hens ......',.. .13 Evan's Poultry Co. (Walton) Heavy Hens .!( Leghorns - 06 • Live INDIANAPOLIS OWPI) gtoek: Hogs 5,100;' barrows and gilts very uneven, steady to mostly 25 lower, instances 50 lower; uniform 190-230 B) 19.00-19.50; 4C head 19.85; bulk 190-250 Ib 18.2549.25; 240-270 Jo 17.75-18.50; few lots early 18.76; 270-300 Ib 17.00-18.00; 170490 Ib 17.7S-19.00; sows'steady to 25 higher; 300-400 Ib 15.00-17.00; 400-600 Ib 14.00-15.25. Oalttle 225; calves 15; not enough of any class of cattle to test market; bought to arrive: 1 six loads' good to mostly choice steers 25.00; standard to mostly good 22.00-23.00; load, choice mixed steers and heifers 25.30; in regular trade: utility cows 14.5046.75r banners and, cutters 13.00-15.00; vealers not enough to establish market; few good and choice 24,00-28.00. Sheep 175;, spring lambs steady to 50 lower; choice and mixed choice and prime 20.00-21.50; good to low choice 18.00-20.00. CHICAGO (UPI)-Livestock: Hogs;5,000;'steady to 25 lower; No 1-2 190-230, Ib. 18.75-19.35; around. 150 head. 190-220 Ib 19.50; mixed No 1-3 180-230' Ib 1&2519.00; 230-250 Ib 17.75-18.50; 25027.0 Ib 17.25-18.00; No 2-3 270-300 Ib 17.00-17.50. •-•: Cattle 300, calves none; receipts, include several 'loads slaughter steers, balance largely cows; steers strong; cows steady; not enough other classes to.tes prices; 80-head-string choice 1251 Ib slaughter steers 25.85 loac 1089 Ib steers choice with small end good 25.00; few good and low choice 22.50-24.50;. same mixec good and choice 24.50; ,few gooc and 'Choice heifers 22.00-24.50; utility cows largely 15.00-17.00. Sheep 200; spring slaughter lambs steady; few good anc choice spring lambs 2-1.00-22.00. nvestigate burglaries DELPHI, — Eight dollars in ash and merchandise valued at 128 was taken during two bur- laries in Carroll' county ThurS' ay; night. ' . . Burglars took $8 from the cash egister at the Burlington Locker lant after they had entered the uilding through a rear window. )wner Lewis Good said nothing Ise was missing. Golf balls valued at J118 and igars worth $10 were taken from je Garnette Smith Golf course ear Yeoman Thursday night. Burglars also broke put a rear window in entering the buildingi The burglaries were investigat ed by Det. Sgt. I. D.'MaGurdy of he Indiana State Police and Car- oil county Deputy Sheriff Gil- 3ert Underbill. FULLMER TAKES FIGHT NEW YORK (UPI)-Don Fullmer of West Jordan, Utah, has signed to fight Juan (Rocky) Rivero of Argentina in a 10-rounc nationally-televised 'bout at Madison Square Garden July 21. f mr -^r ^PI GONE GOOD BUYS IN Used Cars | ft / | DA MIDI CD 1701 KAfVIDLCK V8 Ambassador 4 door sedan, power steering, power brakes, push button drive radio, heater , . . . 1QL(\ f\l nCMHRII C 88 4 door narclto P' P ower steering, • power brakes, hydramatic, radio, heater. '8 Parkwood> Station Wagon, 6 passenger, air conditioning, power steering, power brakes, automatic, radio, heater. 1QAA ^UCI/DOI CT I 70V vtlCVKULCI END OF THE MONTH SPECIAL! IAS 1 /\| |\C|MlftDII C Super 88 4 door hardtop, power steering, 1701 ULUdlYiUBILt power brakes, hydra- matic, radio, heater. ITS PRAZEE FonpORD IN I LORA PUBLIC AUCTION 11:30 a.m.SATURDAY SEALED BIDS Will be accepted—subject to previous sale—on used cars listed below until 11:30 a. m. Sat., June 30, 1962. These can be classified as second cars or fishing cars and will be sold Ax-Is, without warranty, implied or otherwise. Cars will be on our lot plainly marked and numbered Fri. night and Sat. morning. Bids will be opened at 11:30 a. m. -r—ACT NOW—- No, B3B '51 WILLY'S WAGON .'55 CHEV. TUDOR '56 PLYMOUTH WAGON '52 FORDFORDOR '53 FORD TUDOR '54 FORD TUDOR '55 FORDFORDOR '54 LINCOLN FORDOR '51 CHEV. SEDAN DEL. '49 FORD No. B43 No. 1I3B No. 99A No. 9*A No. 123A No. H9B TON PICK-UP No. 12SB 1 O/LA f ADWAID 700'-4 door sedan, powerglide, I 70U V.UK V AllY radio, heater 6 cyl., Bel Air 4 door hardtop, standard transmission, heater 6 cyl. Brookwood, 9 passenger station rf>i wagon, standard transmission, heater, IQCO Dl VMAIITU V8 6 passenger station wagon, pusri- I 7 JO r L IIVIVIU I II button drive, radio, heater • ' : -AS IS SPECIALS- 1ACQ Dl VMAIITU Convertible, push button drive, I7JO rLflYlUUIn radio, heater. As is IOC/ /*UClfDAI CT. 6 c y'- 210 2 door hardtop, powerglide, -, I TOO mCVIvULCl radio; heater. As is IftCO DAMTE A/" 8 C V'-' 2 door sedan, standard transmission, I 7 JO f UN UAL radio, heater. As is $1395 $1395 $595 $444 $95 WSE CHEVROLET-BUICK LOOK AT BARGAINS GALORE 201 EAST BROADWAY PHONE 3010 '61 FORD 4 dr. 6 cyl., stick-nice '57 FORD 4 dr. hardtop, power steer and brakes '56 DODGE Custom Royal Lancer '5.9 FORD 4 dr. 8 eyl., stick '56 FORD Ranch Wagon, 8 cyl., overdrive '56 FORD Ranch Wagon 8 cyl., Fordomatic '59 FORD Custom "300" Fordor '61. FALCON 4 dr. station wagon '57 FORD Country Sedan, Wagon '59 FORD Galaxie Fordor '59 CHEV. Impala 4 dr. hardtop. '61 FALCON Tudor—Automatic '60 FORD Fairlane "500" Tudor -.»'.' '58 EDSEL 2 door hard top '60 FALCON 4 door std. trans. '57 FORD Fairlane."500" Club Sedan REMEMBER NO CASH DOWN ALSO SEVERAL GOOD USED TRUCKS FRAZEE FORD SALES Routes 18 and 75 , INDIANA Phoha 967-4151, City Sprays Mosquitoes City employees continue to use mosquito spray in various areas o£ the city in an effort to contro he pests within the city limits his summer. All areas have been sprayec :hree times since the program Mgan several weeks ago arc some of the more thickly infest ed, spots are sprayed weekly, ac cording to Mayor Otto Neumann A sprayer capable of throwing :he mosquito killer a full cit; slock is used and the spray ii larmful only to the mosquitoes. Pellets are available at the city lealth office in the city buildini without cost for use in smal )odies of, water that serve as >reeding grounds. [jalveston Fair To Open July 10 The annual Galveslon stree : air will be held from Tuesday My 10, through Saturday, Julj .4, under the sponsorship of the Galveston American' Legion post The fair will be on Indiana li n the two blocks between .U. S 35 and Sycamore Street in Gal veston. Any overflow will bi north and south on Main Street. Trash, Garbage All trash and garbage shoulc be placed in proper containers 'a all limes for pickup service, ac cording to Mayor Otto Neumann The announcement was made afl er several complaints had beei received regarding imprope dumping it the city. Births I ST. JOSEPH — Born to Mr, nd Mrs. Fender Fry, 814V4 West toadway, a son; to Mr. and drs. Paul Meyer, Winamac, a aughter. Hospital Notes ST. JOSEPH — Admitted: Mrs. tosanna Wood, rural jroute 5; fc. Ivia Koons, 820 Garfield \ve.; Fredi Nethercutt, rural route . Dismissed: Mrs. Libreata Rose, 06 Bates St.; Mrs. David Herbst nd son, Hochester; J. V. Stout, 13 Bates St. MEMORIAL — Admitted: Mrs. Thelma Smith, 116 Eleventh St.; William Beok, rural route 1, •'lora; Mrs. Anna Yoder, rural oute 3, Delphi; Mrs. Marine lhapman, 101 "D" St. Dismissed: Leo Adkins, rural route 2, Gal- ,-eston; Mrs. Alice Beck, 715 Da. vis Rd.; Mrs. Lester Flaherty and on, rural route 2, Camden; Mrs. lary Funkhouser, 1437 Chicago St.; .Mrs. Joseph Galbreath and daughter, 519 Mobley St.; Mrs. Ronald Hoff and son, rural route , Royal Center; Master Jeffrey leinke, Walton. MONTICELLO— Dismissals: Wednesday—Elmer )wen, rural route 6. Thursday— Michael Baker, Box 32, Reynolds; Mrs. James Paschen, rural route 3; Mrs. Elvin Hoffman, Box 94, Idaville; Mrs. Robert Kinnard and daughter, 1004 Quenton Avenue; Miss Julie Mayfield, 1328& South Buckeye, Kokomo; Garretl irume, rural route 3; Mrs. Francis Weaver, Box 124, Idaville; Mrs. Jesse Riddle and daughter, 437 Walnut Street. ROCHESTER— Dismissals: Mrs. Leroy Ash- ock, Twelve Mile. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hill. Akron, are the parents of a son. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Grogg, R.R. 1, Rochester, are the parents of a son. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Sraalley, ilaypool, are the parents of a daughter. Mrs.' Roxie 'Fry, R.R. 6, Rochester, has been returned to her lome after being confined to Parkview hospital, Plymouth for .wo weeks with injuries suffered n an accident. CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO ('UPSDH?reduce: Live poultry too few receipts t report prices. Cheese single daisies 38 ! /4-40 longhorns SWx . 40 ! /4; processe loaf 36-38; Swiss Grade A 45-48 B 43-46. Butter steady; 93 score 57; 9 score 57; 90 score 54'/£; SO scor 53. Eggs steady; while large ex tras 2754; mixed large extra 27%; mediums 23; standards 24% Southern HQmcv Inc., manufacturers at JBC HOMES, has yet available, protected dealerships In many communities. The com- pnny !«' * largo well-known and nationally advertised manufacturer of prccut and prcasscmblcd houtfetf. The IBC HOBOES program, offer* Mies promotional materials, advertising assistance, provider a complete company owned financing service, plus the finest dealer training program, in the. Industry. Replies confidential* Write today to: Lyle M. Overton, Vice Pres.' Sales, Southern Homec Inc., P.O. Box 109* Charleston, JQ.1. Top Value USED CARS Chrysler & Plymouth Trade-Ins 1961 1960 1960 1959 1959 1958 1957 1957 1955 VALIANT V 200, 4 Dr. Sed. CHRYSLER Convertible DODGE Dart Convertible CHRYSLER 4 Or. H.T. CHRYSLER 2 Dr. H.T. . DBSOTO . 4 Dr. Sod. DODGE Coronet, 4 Dr. H.T. CHEVROLET V-8 Station .Wogon 4 Dr. FORD Fairlane, 4 Or. Sed. Flora Auto & Equipment 105 W. Main Flora, Indiana OPEN ' Mon. thru Fri. 8 p.m. Saturday until 5 p.m. PHONE: 967-4333 Logansport, Indiana, Kiaws-Tribune Thirteen COMMUNITY BRIEFS Around Town City Court Ronnie Million, 24, of 101 E. Main St., was fined $1 and costs city court Friday morning for peratiDg a motor vehicle with- tut mufflers. A 15-;('ear-old boy, charged with caving the scene of a property amagci accident and driving without a driver's license,, was urned over to juvenile authori- ies. The boy's arrest came fol- owing an accent June 24. Two men charged with public intoxication were fined $5 and JOSUJ. . Carriage Licenses Robert Norman, 28, of Roches- er, N. Y. and Barbara Sue Bond, 24, of 1401 N. Third St. Sundiiy, July 1, is Open House at the Cass County Historical, Society Museum. Hours are 1 to o'clo sk. A daughter, Laura Kay, wai_ >om Thursday afternoon in the nScEllo hospital to Mr. and (Irs. Lynn Erb, of rural route _ I, Reynolds. Grandparents are' Mr. and Mrs. William Erb, of rural route 1, Idaville, and Mr. • and Mrs. Chalmer Condon, of rural route 3, Logansport. Building Permits J. :U. Druck, residential improvements at 2401 North St;,— J3.200. Bunker Hill Hospital Notes Admitted: A1C Matt May, Jr. A3C Billie Taylor, A1C Gary Flat er, Jerry Riordan, Mrs. Ira Aug er, Justina Van Meter, Mrs. Or lena Friedenburg, Mrs. Mary Hes fig. . Dismissed: A1C Harold 'Lane Mrs. Shirley Vanderhei, Mrs. Del pha Matson and son Scott, Linda Little, Richard, Gratlon, Bruce ffiggins. Attend White House News Conference Jack Gray, salutatorian of thi; year's Logansport high schoo graduating class, and his father John F. Gray, 924 West Linden Ave., attended President Kenne dy's news conference Wednesday according to a letter received by Mrs. Gray. . Jack obtained permission from the office of Pierre Salinger White House press secretary, t attend the conference. Peru Girl Wins Officers Wives Club $500 Scholarship BUNKER HILL AFB-Winner o the Officers Wives Club Scholar ship Award, Miss Diane Morgan was given a $500 scholarship b Mrs. Robert L. 'Fligor, Presiden of the Officers Wives Club. The presentation was made a the monthly meeting of the Off cers Wives Club. Miss Morgan i the first winner of (he scholarship award. Diane is the daughter of Chie Warrant Officer "and Mrs. Jay W Morgan. She is a graduate of the Peru High School, where sh maintained a 86 6 percent average during the foiiriyears she attend ed. Her present pians are to attcnt Southern University of Illinois where she will major in elemen. tary teaching and s]>eech therapy. Keeps Job INDIANAPOLIS CUPI) - Jack Reich, whose term as chairman, of :he Indiana Toll Road Commission will expire Saturday, will remain n the post a few more months at Ihe request of Governor Welsh. Welsh announced Thursday that ie had asked Reich to continue as chairman "until several of the jrincipal problems now before the :ommission are resolved." • Circuit Court Mrs. Florence Catherine Denny was granted a divorce from Forst Oak Denny by Judge Norman jesling in the Cass circuit court- today. She was represented by )'Neill and O'Neill. Raymond Ross, 1109 Spear St., sks custody of their four cliil- ren ir: a suit for divorce from Jlara Iloss filed Friday in circuit ourt. The couple was married )ct. 19, 1950, and separated June 4, 1962, according to the com- laint filed through Atty. Kevin tooley. Deaths and Funerals City, Cass County BERKSHIRE, IRA A., 85, of Royal Center. Final rites 2 p.m. Sunday in the Harrison Garden Chapel, Reverends V i r d e n Grarmm and David St. Claire officiating. Interment in the Royal ; Center cemetery. Friends may ; call ;it the funeral home after • noon Saturday. :! HUGHES, WILLIAM ALEXANDER, 87, of rural route 1, Royal !! Center. Final rites 1:30 p.m. Sat- •; urdaj' in the McCloskey-Hamilton- * Kahld funeral home, Rev. Ken- ;!i neth Bowers officiating. Friends !;; may call at the funeral home. SPURLOCK, DEAN RAV, 28, of ' Pinel as Park, Fla. Funeral ser- ' vices at 2 p.m. Monday at Me- Closliey - Hamillon-Kahle funeral ', home, Burial in Mt. Hope. Friends may call at th funeral home after 1 4 p.fil. Saturday. District CAIN, MRS. HETTIE L., 95; Star City. Rites will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Fry and. Lang:! funeral home in Winamac; Buri;;l will be in the Odd Fellows cemetery in Star City. Call at Ilia funeral home. 1 M«LENCUPP, FRANKLIN W.,; ! 76, oi; Rochester. Funeral services' will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at • the Foster and Good funeral- '. homi!., Burial will be in the Cits, • zens i icmetery. Call at the funerat' home ; • ' SMITH, DEBORA J., 2%, Ro-; .' chest i Jr. Final rites will be 2 p.m? ! Satunlay at the Richland Centett J Mcthiidist church. Burial will b<F • in Richland Center IOOF cemei | lery. Call at the Foster and GocxE • funoiiil home in Rochester, •• ', Read the Want Ads! Set Date for *: Bum Drivers ;j Thii schedule of annual safety; i conferences for school bus driver*; has lieen announced by LaVaughi? • Hawbins, director of the school traffic safety division of the statcj; Department of Public Instruction^ • In Logan-land, three counties', will 'sold an all-day session Augv!) 9. Ci:. ts, Pulaski and Fulton driv^' ers «ill meet in Fulton county, -v Mi;imi county drivers will meet- in. W abash county Aug. 15 anc^l Carrdl county drivers will mee^; in Howard 1 county Aug. 16. A nighfj • meeting for White county driveriK will !« conducted Sept 13. » Sale Calendar r JUNE 30—Irene .Washburn Wally Bucher^. June 3.0—David W. Armstrong !;!state Rineharts;" June 30—Berkshire Auction ... Keith Berkshire^; July 11—Roy and Mary Hartrruin .. .Monesmith, Auct£; July 14—Homer Umbarger Estate Bridget • July 28—Roy King „, .Bridge; '-

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