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Tuesday Evening, November 26, 1957. Latest Market Reports PRODUCERS STOCKYARDS 190 to 230 No. 1 1825 190 to 220 1775 220 to 240 ;. i 7 ; 5 o 24 <> to 260 17.00 260 to 280 16.75 280 to 300 16.50 Sows ;.. 15.50 down Boars 7.00-10.00 Sta SS 7.00-10.00 Wayne's Produce Leghorn Hens 11 Heavy Hens '. 15 Hawkins Stockyards Meat type above quotations 190 to 220 17.50 220 to 240 17.25 240 to 260 17.00 260 to 280 16.75 280 to 300' , 16.50 Sows 15.25 down Boars ; .',. 10.00 down Stags 10.00 down Veal 19.00 Third Street Market Veals 20 Lambs 18 Veal Hides 12 Beef Hides 04 Eggs .,.; 31 Popejoy Dressing Plant Leghorn Hens U Heavy Hens 15 INDIANAPOLIS CUP) — Livestock: Hogs 5,000; mostly 25-50 higher; 180-250 Ib 18.00-18.40; some to 18.80; 250-280 Ib 17.50-18.00; 130-165 Ib' 15.50-16.75, few 17.00. Cattle 2,000; calves 300; fully steady; good and choice steers 22.50-26.00; standard to low good 20.00-23.00; good and low choice heifers 21.50-24.00; average choice 25.00; vealers fully steady; good and choice 24.00-28.50, high choice 29.00. Sheep 1,000; strong to mostly 50 higher; good and choice wooled lambs 21.50-23.00. CHICAGO (UP) — Livestock: Hogs 9,000; 25-50 higher; No. 1-3, 190-240 Ibs 17.50-18.50; 250-270 Ibs 17.25-17.60. Cattle 11,000, calves 300; steers and heifers steady io strong; veal ers, stockers and feeders steady; several loads high choice and prime steers 26.00 - 27.75; bulk choice steers 24.50-25.75; good to low choice 22.50-24.25; standard to low good 1S.00-22.00; choice and prime heifers 24.00-25.25; good to low choice 21.00-23.75; good and choice vealers 25.00-28.00; load good and choice 426-lb stock steer calves 24.t>o. Sheep 2,500; steady; good to prime wooled lambs 21.00-23.00; choice and prime shorn lambs 21.75. CHICAGO (UP) — Produce: Live poultry steady; 174,000 Ibs. USD A price changes: Ducks 20. Cheese steady; single daisies and longhorns 39-39'A; processed HOUSING FALTERS January-September home'starts' are lowest for period since '49. IZOOl l»40 '12 !M '40 He '50 '52 '54.' '57 JANUARY-SfPTEMBIR OF UCH YEAR Det«! U. 5. Labor Dopt.j B.LS. M*rrli Katx ROCHESTER— loaf 3G-37; Swiss Grade A 42-44; B 40-42; C S5-38. Butter steady; 760,000 Ibs; 93 score 5!); 92 score 59; 90 score 58%; 89 score 57. Eggs tops easy, balance steady; 8,800 cases; white large extras 48'/2 1 /4; mixed large -Xtras 48; mod urns 41Vj-42; standards 43; current receipts 38. New Fulton Councilman The county council appointed Lester Beehler, Riohland township, Monday, to fill out the unexpired term of.Mahlon Bail' as councilman from the second district. Bair, also -of Bichland township submitted his resignation to the •council, because of his ill health. His term would have expired in 1958. Addiaior.al appropriations for the remainder.of 1957 were also considered at th,is meeting. James S. Dias, 36, Mishawaka, who was. arrested at 11:20 a.m. i Sunday, and James L. Rice, 30, Plymouth, who was apprehended at 8:30 a.m. Monday, eaoh cited with speeding are to appear before Justice James Walton's Rti- chester court on or before Friday. Both arrests were made in the 40 mile per hour zone, north of Rochester, on U. S. 31. Also, two persons were convicted of traffic law violations, in Justice 'Walton's court over the week end: Roy E. Arnett, 19, H. R. 2, Rochester, paid $i5.75 after plead- Peru Girl Dies In Aurora, III PERU — Laura Lucille Hudson, 17-month-old daughter of Richard L. and Nancy (Howard) Hudson, died at Copley Memorial hospital, Aurora, 111., at 8:50 a.m. Monday after an illness of three days. The family had lived in Aurora for the past four months. The deceased was born June 22, 1956, at Cherry Point, North Carolina. Surviving besides the parents are a brother, Rickey Lee; a sister, Bretta Kay, both at home; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene' Howard and Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Hudson, all of Peru, great grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Leffert, Hamlet, Indiana. The body is at the Drake-Flowers funeral home where friends may call after 7 p.m. Wednesday. Fu-neral arrangements are in-complete. Reno to Be Arraigned Friday at Rochester ROCHESTER—Judge Frederick Rakestraw said Donald Reno, aged 47, charged with first degree murder in the death of his wife, Oct. 20, will be arraigned Friday in Fu'ltoiv Circuit Court. Police say Reno has orally confessed killing his wife and then shooting himself in the chest.. He was taken to Fulton county jail on Nov. 13 from Woodlawn hospital. Attorneys appointed yesterday to defend.the accused man were William H. Deniston 1 and John J. Dol- worth. Motorist Pays Fine On Traffic Charge Robert Wormley, 20 ; of LaGrange, 111., was fined $5 and costs on his plea of guilty to an improper passing charge in a midnight session of the local justice court Monday night. He was arrested a few minutes earlier by Trooper John Gayior. Walter Irwin, 48, of route 2, Frankfort, arrested Monday night by. Trooper Gayior on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor, pleaded innocent. His trial was set for 4 p.m. Dec. 3. Winamac. Miss Kay Weaver suffered injuries to her right foot and ankle and was badly bruised in a fall Sunday afternoon' at the farm home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Harold Weaver. Miss Weaver was in danger of being 'attacked by an angry farm animal and had climbed to the roof of a small building. She was taken to the -office of Dr. J. D. Karns for treatment and,returned to her home. Guests on Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Felix were her parents Mr, and Mrs. Ray Trapp and sons Roger, Jimmte, and Danny and daughter. Judy and ing guilty to a charge of failure; j erry Hollis of Lafayette. to keep his car under control. The arrest was made by city police after a two car accident in which Arnett's <!ar struck an auto driven by Larry Polley 17, °^ Mrs?"nave R. R. 1, Macy, in the 600 block on| Thfl Bl , inemans visited brie fi y with " ' ""' JMr. and Mrs. Tom Essex and fam- MT. and Mrs. Don Brineman and daughters Barbara and Martha Sue of Bloominaton spent Sunday and Monday .in the home of Mr. and sons. Main street. Lois Jean Allen, R. R. 1, Union Mills, paid $19.75 upon conviction of passing on 11 curve. She was arrested by the sheriff's department. Hospital News, Woodlawn: Admissions: Mrs. Hussell Hartman, R. R. 2, Osceola. Dismissals: Mrs. Virgil Cooper and son, 330 West 13th street; Mrs. Floyd Koenig, Macy; Mrs. Arlo Knauff and daughter, Warsaw; Becky Burton has been dismissed to the Memorial Hospital in South Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Obra Taylor spent' Suoday in Anderson, guests of their son, Mr. and Mrs Robert Tayfcr and daughter, Elizabeth Ann. Marriage licenses were issued in ti\e Fulton county clerk's office to John D. Vawter and Julia Clark, both of South. Bend. ily on Monday. Sunday guests at a pte-Thanks- giving family dinner jn the home of 'Mr. and Mrs/ Richard Dilts were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ballard, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Ballard and family of Marion and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Keller and family of Indianapolis. William D. Owen'and Mrs. Roland Lowry and -children spent Sunday at Lafayette in th= home of Mr. and Mrs. William M. Owen and were, accompanied home by Mrs. Owen who had spent the week with her son and daughter- in-law. The Lunch and Hobby, club is meeting Tuesday in the -home of Mrs. Carl Goertz, for a luncheon and afternoon meeting, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell-Taylor en.. , .. tertained at a'family dinner in WARDS' "IN THE CARTON" BIKE SALE 26" boys end girls, Reg. $52.95 NOW $49.88 24" boys and girls Reg. $51.95 NOW . . . $5.00 down holds bike until Dec. 15 mmmmmmmmmmmmm ••••••••^^••i HERE'S A HOLIDAY CLOSE OUT SALE!!! $1 oo . $1 00 $1.00 $19.95 $14.95 $7.95 TWO FOR $15.00 A Wonderful 'Christmas Present PERFECT CLEANERS One lot of ladies used coats, suits, skirts, and dresses One lot of men's Used Coats • One lot of men's Used Vests One lot of men's used suits. Nothing Over One lot of men's new Suburban Coats One lot of men's new All Wool Pants Also to—Arthur L. Boolhofer and Rosella Hartle, both of Culver.. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Overmyer and sons, Carl Bob and Richard Lee, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry McVay were entertained at 6 o'clock, dinner Sunday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Mclntire of Belong. Sunday evening guests of Mr. arid Mrs. Fred Westwood were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Nightlinger, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gottschalk, daughter, Phyllis, and son, Jim, Miss Sherry Sue Gottschalk and Miss Janice Tanner. Mr. and Mrs. Randall Westwood and family had as their Sunday dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Krug.of South Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reed of Huntington were Rochester visitors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Adamson and son, Teri Lynn, were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Bowers of Rushville. While there, they visited Mr. Adamson's father, who is confined to a Rushville hospital. Mrs. Earl Nafe and her house guests, Mr. and Mrs. A, H. Kessler of Lewistown, Idaho, returned Saturday from a three days visit with Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Lounsbury, Indianapolis. Rev. and Mrs. Harry Smith of their home on Sunday in celebra-jWallen, 32, who is being held in tion of the birthday -of their grand- j the 'Cass county jail under $5,000 son, Jerry Mangold, and the first bond on a statutory rape charge. Trial Is Set In City Court Wayne L. Voorhees, 2b', Bringhurst, pleaded .innocent in city court Tuesday morning when he was arraig;ned on a charge of driving while under the influence, which was filed following an altercation at a tavern on Erie 'avenue last Saturday night. Voorhees 1 trial was set for Dec. 17 by Judge Harold Tuberty. Seven other drivers, charged with speeding, paid fines and Floyd Bender, state hospital, was fined $1. and $14.75 costs for reckless oriving. . Fined for speeding were: Keith Parrett, route 3, Delphi, $5 and 514.75 costs; • G. B. Skinner, route 1, $15 aixUcosts; Robert Long, Detroit, $i and costs; Martin Hoop, 8i East Second street, Peru, $10 and costs; Paul Newsom, Columbus, Ind., $5 and costs; Melvin Butler. Morris, 111., 510 and costs; and Herman D. Flora, 107 West River street, Peru, $9 and costs. Calvin Hayden, route 6, was fined $5 and' costs for operating a motor vehicle with improper registration, and four defendants were fined for public intoxication. Court Notes Mrs. Bonnie J. Ohman, 422 West Market street, asks custody of their child and $2,500 alimony in a suit for divorce from Richard Ohman filed Tuesday in the Cass circuit court. She charges cruelty. The couplis was married Oct. 1, 1956, and separated Nov. 18, this Rufus L. Foiist, 73, Retired Railroad Conductor, Succumbs Rufus L. Foust, 73, .died at 9:25 a.m. Tuesday at his residence, 1324: Spear street. He was a retired Pennsylvania Railroad conductor. Born Nov. 11, 1885 in Wabash county, he was the son of Isaac and Mary Ellis Foust. He was a member of 'the Eagles lodge and the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen No. 109. Surviving are his wife, Alta; two daughters, Mrs. Roberta Milburn, 1324 Spear street, and Mrs. Virginia Martin, 10 Wheatland avenue; a brother, Nelson, Converse; five sisters, Mrs. Mazie Sowash, Mrs. Marie Messerschinidt-, Mrs. Zelrna Walker, Mrs. Reba Ross and Miss Zady Foust, all of Peru. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Chase-Miller funeral home, where services will be helc! at 10:30 a.m. Friday. The Rev. H. H. Hashberger will officiate. The Eagles lodge will conduct rite. 1 ! at 7 p.m. Wednesday, and the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen No. 109 will hold services at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, both at the funeral home. Burial will be in the I.O.O.F: cemetery at Amboy, Ind. Reports Error Mdde on New State JP Law Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribuno Eleven Arrest Man Charged With Bank Robberv INDIANAPOLIS (UP)-The FBI announced today the arrest ot. Christopher Lyman Magee, 40, i B( L v , era| > e Commission. Share in Distribution Of Alcoholic Beverage License Fees Received A check for $1-3,193.84 was received Tuesday by Ralph Smith, city clerk, in the semi-annual distribution of retail license fees col- llie Indiana Alcoholic Chicago, on a warrant charging , him with , The check Smith said,, was for -month period which ended g en( j ' Special Agent Harvey G. Foster,''°,, 4i.« «j: n » n » n i.-^ T^DT rtl-fjnn *n!A ^ uidji fees originat- here. It was- $445.05 high- the amount received for the same period last year. The city received $5,593.80 in May, which gives the city a total of $18,792.64 for the year in the license fee distribution, according to Laura Glasson, city controller. The will be deposited in the of the ndianapolis FBI office said Magee was arrested on a federal warrant issued by a U. S. cDinmis- sioner at South Bend_ charging him with robbery, of the Lincoln Way. West Branch of the National Bank i and Trust Co. last Jan. 15. Magee was arrested after he ap-1 ~^{ y "s general"" fund, she" said. peared in U.S. District Court ini Chicago for arraignment on a charge of robbing the Reserve' Savings & Loan Association of' Cicero, II)., on June 13. 1955. Magee originally was arrested! Oct. 1C in Chicago in connection] with the Cicero holduri. ! Until his arrest today, Magee • was free on 510,000 bond. He was taken to South Bend for Capt. Stanley W. Guth, Columbus; Capt. Guth Promoted by State Police INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Field arraignment before a U.S. commissioner. Name Bold Ruler Horse of the Year NEW YORK (UP)— Bold Ruler was hailed as "horse of the year" today by the Morning Telegraph and Daily Racing Form in the an- nua ' members con- will become staff captain in charge of the records and communications division at Indianapolis headquarters of the Indiana Slate Police on Dec. 1, Sup':. Harold S. Zeis said Guth will fill a vacancy created by Staff Capt. Herschel W. Mow's death in September. Guth has served in the Charlestown, Jasper and Seymour districts. Also on Dec. 1, Zeis said, 1st WDIANAPOLIS (XJP)-The Indi- ducted by lhe radng paperS] __ __ .„„„, =.,>, a^o^u nw. ,u, „,« ana Supreme Court was told Mon- Thus the husky . son o£ Nasrul .' Sgts. Frank B. Roberts, Plainfield. year, according, to the complaint da y a new law re 1 ui . nn g wntt f n i lah, owned by the Wheatley Stable - and Hermand H. Freed, Lafayette, filed through the law firm of 0'-' tesl::! for some l^tices ot thej and trained by veteran James will become lieutenants in tha Neill and O'NeiU j peace was "not properly drawn. | Fitzsimmons, failed to get a ma- ; training and records divisions. Mrs. Rita Royer, 14, Wheatland avenue, charges cruelty in a suit for divorce from Martin Royer in the Cass circuit court. She asks custody of their two minor children, $15 per week for the support of the children, and $3,000 alimony. They were married July 2, 1954, and separated Sept. 12, this year, according to the complaint filed through the law firm of Htl- lis and Hillis. Attorney Charles Anderson was appointed Tuesday by Judge Clifford 0. Wild to represent Manuel wedding anniversary of their granddaughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. James Trigg of Peru. Otljers attending besides the honored guest were Mrs. Margaret Mangold and children and Mike Enovic of Gary, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Taylor and children of Bass Lake, and Miss Judy Ash. . Mr. and Mrs. Don Davis of Lansing, 111. visited over the weekend in the home of Mrs, Charles Baugh. Mr. and Mrs. James Dilts entertained their card club on Sun- da'y evening. Miss Barbara Hatfield student nurse at Saint Elizabeth's hospital, Lafayette has been transferred to Cold Springs Veterans' hospital, Indianapolis and will be in training there until December 19. Mrs. Walter Johnson of Hammond visited over the weekend in the home of her mother Mrs. Ella Gawell. Joe E. Day of Argo, 111.,.was fined $1 and costs in Justice of the Peace Delbert Lebo's court on Monday on a charge of speeding, signed by State Trooper Joseph Cihak. The Winamac fire department made a run Sunday to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Budd in the Overholser addition, where an Wallen told the court that he was without funds to employ an attorney. Baptist church, were dinner of Mr, and Mrs. C. R. Barkman and family, Sunday. Miss Marie Nafe ol! South Bend spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs.. Earl Nafe. Mr. and Mrs. Perk Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Dee Berrier o£ the Bethlehem community attended the annual homecoming and basket dinner at the Athens Evangelical United Brethren church, Sunday. The Rev. William Showman of the Christian church, near Peru, brought the main address. He spoke on his recent trip to Brazil, which was most instructive, as well as entertaining. Among the many musical numbers was a solo by Francis Sanders of Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Zimmerman and'daughter, 'Ginny of Chicago visited Mrs. Blanche Zimmerman and family, over the weekend. •Mrs. Earl Wynn entertained her Canasta club Monday to a carry in dinner. Guests, present were Mrs. Ed Hagan, Mrs. Fred Rob- 'inson, Mrs Byron Smith, Mrs. Harry McVay and Mrs. Noah Shively. The afternoon was spent in playing cards. James Jackson, R. R. 6, Rochester, has .enlisted for three years in : the Army and will be trained in Artillery at Fort Knox, Ky.- The Rev. John Lannin-g, of the St. Joseph's church and the Rev. Delmar Kruger of the St. John's Lutheran church will each speak at the Kiwanis club dinner meeting, Wednesday, in the Courthouse View Cafe. A special Thanksgiving program has been arranged. Walter Lowry Rites At Argos Wednesday ARGOS—Funeral services will be conducted at the Grossman funeral home at 2 p.m. Wednesday for'Walter H. Lowry, aged 71, of Argos, who died at Parkview hospital in Plymouth. Former Indiana Atty. Gen.; jority of the 33 votes cast. But i respectively; Chief Supervisor Cleon Foust, appointed by the the 16 in his favor was enough' Wayne Thalls, Indianapolis, will cou::t to study the question, made the statement in oral arguments on the legislation sponsored by the Indiana State Bar Association. The 1957 law requires justices to pass an examination unless they are lawyers, presently serving as] championship by Bold Ruler by an justices, or former justices since even closer margin; four to Mrs. to give him the title as five other : become chief radio engineer, and horses divided the remaining 17! Trooper George R. Kern, Rock- votes. >vil!e, detective sergeant at the Nine of the others went to Ralph Terre Haute post; Trooper Edwin Lowe's Gallant Man, who was j C. Moody, Cedar Lake, will_ be- nosed out of the three-year-old come a corporal at Dunes Park district; Trooper H. Fred Neal, Martinsville, will become a cor- 1948 : .~it'delegated" to'the Supreme ] J an Burke's Dedicate; two to Mrs. poral at Bloomington post, and Court the duty of approving the)Charles Ulrich Bay's Idun, and,Trooper Alan H. Wheasler, Indi- test, and the State Association of . one each to Kerr Stable's Round Justices of the Peace is seeking Table and E. Gay Drake's Swoon's permission to conduct the exami- ; Son. nations. Foust said the law was improperly drawn but "I think the Legis anapolis, will become a corporal at Indianapolis district. Miteff Posts 2nd ery rawn u "I tn e Legs- i/f\ \i/-.i • \\ f i lature could impose the qualifica-' ^^ WITH in O WeCK tion if it was properly drawn." | NEW YORK (UP)— Heavyweight Rabb Emison, Vincennes, urged | contender Alex Miteff stopped the court to uphold the law be- 1 Tony Gagliardo in the' third round cause 'there is "a need for updating JPs." Emison represented the bar association. < Chief Justice James A. Emmert commented that the court "cannot delegate' governmental power to a non-governmental body." The JP group,, headed by Donald Frechafer, Logansport, was represented by Frank Celarek, Fort Wayne. The bar group sponsored the law Rev. E. J Peters of the Argos i as a reform measure to curtail Methodist church will officiate!^ "abuses." and burial 'will be in Poplar Grove | cemetery. The deceased man was born on Oct. 3, 11186 in Green township, near Argos to John and Mary Low- Distillery Workers Schedule Elections WASHINGTON (UP)—Delegates ry. He was married to Nora Smith j to the Distillery Workers Union on Oct. 6, 1909. She died on April O i elm ' . U p convention scheduled -in i nno TT~ ...„_ !.:„ —j TVT: _t__i ... r _ 19, 1938. He was a retired Nickel Elate railroad maintenance man. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Dorothea Elliott, Argos; and Mrs. Edith Ross and Mrs. Margueriette Baker, both of Kokomo; a son, Johnny, Plymouth, 18 grand- elections today in an attempt to avoid expulsion from the AFL- CIO. They also planned to 'consider recommendations made by Peter M. McGavin, AFL-OIO monitor in charge of removing alleged cor- children and 11 great grandchil-j rupt influences from the 25,000- dren, several nieces and nephews.' member union. Monday night for his second kayo victory within a week. Miteff rated 10th among heavyweight contenders, battered substitute Gagliardo into bloody helplessness in their TV fight at St. Nicholas Arena. It was 21-year-old Tony's seventh defeat in 17 bouts and his second kayo. Miteff registered his Mth victory and ninth kayo in 15 fights. Thanksgiving Fowl Awarded by Knights Thanksgiving turkeys and chickens were awarded to Anthony Per. rone, Bud Modenti, A. H. Moritz, William Wagner and Glen Hoover at the meeting of the Knights of Columbus Mondgy evening. The Knights of Columbus club will be closed Thanksgiving day, it was announced. Oil Stove Ovesheats At Rural Residence City firemen took the new tru«fc answering rural alarms to th'e Claude Sherman home, thrce'miles south of here on the Kokomo pike, when an oil stove overheated Monday night, causing minor damage. Death and Funerals FOUST Funeral services for Rufus L. Foust, 72, of 1324 Spear street, will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday at the Chase-Miller funeral home, with the Rev. H. H. Hashberger officiating. Eagles lodge will conduct rites at 7 p.m. Wednesday and the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen No. 109 will hold services at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Burial will be in the I.O.O.F. cemetery at Amboy, Ind. Martin Behaim of Nuremberg constructed the earliest surviving globe in 1492, showing geographical knowledge generally available just before Columbus' first voyage. SALE CALENDAR Nov. 30—Lela M. Sterrett Estate Kay Booth, Auct Dec. 6—Mrs. Chester Martin Roy Crume Dec. 6-^-Joe's Auction Teel heated and the wall had caught fire. Damage was estimated to be liss Jackye Murphy, student at Indiana university, is spending the Thanksgiving holiday in the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Will,am Murphy. A life membership in the Miana Congress of Parent and Teachers was presented to G. W. Ger- :chs, Pulaski county school superintendent at a recent meeting of the Pulaski County PTA council. The award was granted in recognition of his work in PTA at state and local levels. Harry Ross, past president of Monroe .- Winamac PTA, made the presentation. Mrs. Floyd A-nspach, council president, urged all units tp prepare for Founder's Day and offered the services 9? the council in connection with Che program. The council will not hold a meeting in December and Jan. 9 was set as a tentative date for the next meeting. 324 4th St. KITES WEDNESDAY ROCHESTER—Funeral services for Mrs. Rettie May Holloway, -76, will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Talma Christian church, with the Rev. Delbert Ruhbert officiating. The body will lie in state at the church for one hour before services. Friends may call at the Foster and Good funeral home. Burial will be in the Reichter cemetery. of the chosen Gordon to Hear Townsend Case Judge Russell Gordon White circuit court was special judge Tuesday to hear the petition of Hershel Wayne town- send, 22, for a writ o:f error coram nobis in the Cass circuit court. Townsend, who is Sleeking 1 to obtain his release .from a 10. to '25 year sentence in the state reformatory on a robbery charge, had asked a change of vor.ue from the regular judge. Judge Gordon was chosen from a panel of three circuit judges. ACCIDENTAL DEATH Cass county coroner M.. B. Stewart said he will return a verdict of accidental death jitter- a public inquest Tuesday morning into the death of'Keith Maytew, who was killed Friday nigllt when his ear struck a tree on the old Royal Center pike northwest of the city. Dr, Stewart said -Ms.yhew suffered a broken neck in the accident. He was dead on arrival at Memorial hospital. YOU CAN WRITE YOUR OWN PROFIT MAKING WANT AD! CLIP AND MAIL TO .... PHAROS-TRIBUNE & PRESS LOGANSPORT, INDIANA * Please insert this Want Ad for days. I prefer to start my Want Ad on .Write your ad in the spaces below. If you want your name and address in- cluded in the ad, WRITE THEM IN ALSO. Write only one word to a space. Please print. Words (10 Words Minimum) 10 15 20 25 Figure Your Own Cost 10 Words—1 Time — 90c 10 Words—3 Times-^$1.60 10 Words—6 Times—$2.20 15 Words—3 Times—$2.40 15 Words—6 Times—$3.30 TAKE 10% DISCOUNT FOR CASH WITH ORDER! Clip and Mail to Classified Department, Pharos-Tribune & Press Your Name Your Address.

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