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Friday Evening, July a, 1857. 11. KM SALE a. H«UMho<d6oed* Linoleums in the following sizes: * 9x12 * 9x15 * 12x12 Size 9x12 in a lot of very pretty patterns— $4.98 See us for your furniture needs if you want to save yourself some money. WE ACCEPT TRADE-INS. SOLD ON EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS. ARMEY'S FURNITURE CO. 228 E. Market, Logansport Ind. DAMAGED & UNCLAIMED FREIGHT OPEN SUNDAY 1 TO 6 P. M. Refrigerators, freezers, ranges, washing machine, auto, washer and dryers, Spinet Pianos. Also a big selection -ol davenports & sectionals, many colors to choose from at $99.00 & up. Also bedroom suites, sola beds, mattresses, chrome sets, rockers : Spinet pianos. At half of bonde< price. CARPETING, large selection o; colors—Broadloom $4.90 sq. yd. See for yourself what you save on this merchandise. See Agent in charge. SUNDAY & SATURDAY 1 P. M TO 6 P. M. DAILY 10 A. M. TO 9 P. M. RAILROAD SALVAGE, NEW CARLISLE, IND. LOOKING FOR WAYS TO SAVE MONEY? It costs less to buy a new appliance at Ward's than it does to buy a used appliance without a guarantee. Ward's home appliances are top quality—and all vare unconditionally guaranteed, For example, many of Ward's sewing machines are guaranteed for 20 years. Ward's new TRU-COLD straightline refrigerators and freezers all feature a 5-year warranty on the sealed unit. Why pay more in the long run by purchasing an appliance that soon requires expensive servicing? At Ward's there are no service worries — Ward's service what they sell. MONTGOMERY WARD 412 East Broadway Ph. 4193 II. KMt SAU FEHREE & SMITH Mobile Home Sales, Akron, Ind., Ph. TW-3-3285 or TW-3-2075. V« mi. S. Akron, KUHN Lake year round. Modern home. Gas. furnace. Call £886. SEt THESE BEAUTIFUL 10WIDES at BAIRD MOBILE HOMES * 45-ft. Anderson * 46-ft. Pacemaker * 42-ft. Champion * 50-ft. Detroiter * 42-ft. Schult * 45-ft. Great Lakes * 48-ft.-Skyline * 47-ft. Clear 8-ft. Wide Priced from $1,395 and up One, two and three bedrooms with over 40 new and used mobile homes. WE TRADE FOR USED TRAILERS AND FURNITURE Before Buying, See . BAIRD'S 2 miles south of Peru on US 31 Phone Peru GRidley 3-9808 'OUR loss, your gain." 3-bedroom house, year old. Owner being transferred. 2601 Stadium Drive. LAKE MA^INKUCKEE, modern year around split-level home, fireplace, garage, pier, furniture, lake front, other homes, farms. Downs Realtors, Culver VI-2-2471. NEW 3-bedroom U, S. Steel Homes available on V. A. loans at 2% down. Dial 2397. 4-ROOM house, sun porch and back porch; also 5% acres, running spring and good well water. Sell or trade for larger place. Ph. 40583. NEW homes and garages, terms. Walton 3915. \EW. 4-room house, garage, gas furnace. 511 13th Street. c. Musical Instruments RENT a new WURLITZER piano or organ, your choice from variety of finishes. Get ten FREE lessons. If you decide to keep it, all rental and delivery charges are credited to the purchase price. Mygrant Hous B of Music, 528 East Broadway. ACCORDION, "l20 bass. Ph. 7212. Practically new. Call before 2, BUFFET, alto saxophone, good condition, $350 value for $125. Ph. 7282 ' KIMBALL pianos are styled for the day, but their good basic qualities remain through the years. Select a Kimball piano from us and be assured of getting a dependable piano. Strange Music House at Marocco's, 521 E. Broadway. jOTS for sale, cash or contract. 2217 Otto. Ph. 6929. NEW and used pianos of all types. For the most for your money, see C. J. Irwin Piano Tuning Service, 288 Race St., Rochester, Ind. d. Poultry, Eggx, Baby Chix MODERN EGG WASHERS $29.95 HIZER HATCHERY, Grass Creek 200 Leghorns, 400 DeKalb pullets 8 weeks old; 5000 DeKalb pullets, 14 weeks old. White Hocks and cockerels July 6. Brown's Hatchery, Converse. EXport 5-3044, I ROOMS of furniture for sale. 1400 N. Third Street. MONOGRAM 65000 BTU oil space heater. 275 gallon oil tank. Lucerne 2319. SEWINOTmachine and attachments reasonable. 217 20th Street. ,Ph. 3860. USED G. E. Imperial 7',4-cu. ft. refrigerator, good condition. 1325 E. Market. USED TRADE-INS—Antique platform rocker, $15; antique sofa •with down pillows, $35; 2-picce living room suite, $20; 5-picce chrome dinette set, $20; full size metal bed and coil springs, $15, Bennett Furniture Co., 313-315 E. Broadway. WESTINGH 0 U S E refrigerator, large freezer; apartment size refrigerator; aparmtent size gas stove. Boyd's, 1200 Erie Ave. WHOLESALE PRICES Refrigerators, ranges, air conditioners and televisions. Phone 40001. 11-3x12 gray floral rugs. Phone 53331. NORGE 40" gas range, reg. $269.95 now $179.95. Terms $5 down. Goodyear Service, Sixth and Broadway. Phone 2017. b. Miscellaneous FOR SALE: 26" Schwinn boy's bicycle, good condition. Ph. 9194. TRAILER chassis, windows and other parts. 1614 E. Market. CANVASS beachTowcis~95c; beach air mattress $2.95; 9x12 linoleum $4.75. Bargain Center, 322 Third. USED furniture, odds and ends, doors and windows. Come make an offer. Berkshire's 810 N. Third. __ __ __ CARBOLA rose dust, garden insecticide dust. Kasch's Feed it Pet Supplies, 524 E. Market. SHOWROOM sampicTshallow well pump, $09.50. A, J. Schmidt Co., 415 Eighth St. ElKE NEW -window- fan" used 1 week, $30. Ph. 40288. WAYNE oil conversion burner, Proctor relay and thermostat; Ti£er medium-wheeled Schwinn 28" boy's bicycle, $40. 2211 East Broadway. f. Wearing Apparel BRIDAL Gowns — -Bridesmaid Dresses — Bridal Veils, Head pieces, Flower Girl Dresses, Hoops Sc Crinolines. LACEY BRIDAL SHOP, 506 N. Union, Kokomo GL 9-5871. h. Wanted to buy WANTED. TO BUY—Used maple furniture. Box A-345, this newspaper. WE buy men's good used clothing, shoes and hats. Perfect Cleaners, 324 • 4th. Phone 3610. 12. GOOD THINGS TO EAT b. Fruits, Vegetables COLD watermelons, potatoes, bananas, raspberries. Sam Berkshire, 425 Cicott. Open evenings. BUTTICE Fruit Stand, W. Broadway on U. S. 24, Watermelon on ice and vegetables. RED raspberries. ~CnU 40974. Todd's. fCE cold watermelon, wholesale or retail; seed potatoes; bananas and berries. Sam Berkshire, 425 Cicott. Open evenings. 13. REAL ESTATE WANTING to buy a modern 3 bedroom homo in the East-end. Ph. 8410. 13. REAL ESTATE 4 rm mdrn house, 3 yrs old with • % A, % mi outside city limits east. Immediate poss, $9200. FRED SMITH, Realtor 511 TanguySt. Ph. 2804-20914 FHA b. Lots STOCK POPULARITY H«Vi how ownership of major fimu Km shifted fine* 1947: Fireworks Display Ignited by Spark; Spectators Routed FOX LAKE, IU. '(UP) - Eight persons , were injured Thursday night when wind - blown sparks i-gnited an entire fireworks display, causing some 5,000 spectators to flee in panic. It was the second year in a row that fate interfered with the Fourth of July celebration here. Last year, .three persons were killed when a train 1 ran into a crowd of persons viewing the American Legion fireworks display from a railroad trestle. Most of the' injured were knocked down and trampled by the .crowd in- its 'haste to flee the .scene. The spectators were lined along ' the shore of Nippersink Lake at' the time. The fireworks eruption occurred shortly alter the display had gotten underway. Authorities said about $800 worth of rockets, Roman caudles and aerial bombs blew up. Sparks from a Niagara Falls display were whipped under a. heavy tarpaulin used as a cover-1210. to 230 19.60 Latest Market Reports Slock Shift. (IMZ-1VS7) Stand. OH (N.J.) Wntlnghout* A. r. < T. . , Du Porrt . . . Pub. S*rv. (N.'J.) O«n*nl Motors Stand. Oil (Ccllf.) U. S. St»l . . . Gnt'l llxtrlc . . Stimd, Oil (M.) Soeony Mobil . Comm.Idllon(Chl'.) mM. 1 U.(N.Y. R. C. A. . . Hawkins Stockyards Meat Type Above Quotations 190 to 210 19.85 ing for the according to atock of fireworks, Glen' Tobin, commander of Lake Legion Post 703. BUILDING sites, any size, electrl-1 Thousands of spectators began to city, gas. Cash or contract. 7398. lunge for safety when the supplies began flaming, sputtering and exploding. Order was quickly restored by policemen, firemen and . legion- Two tracts of one acre each, high, rolling, and wooded. Ideal setting for new home costing $20,000.00 or upward. Restricted and zoned. Also two smaller lots. Located on Lynwood Drive otf of the Delaware Road one- half mile east of Maple Springs. George L. Brubaker Phone 4870 or 3880 naires who were standing in readiness. The entire police force was 230 to 250 19.15 Storms Roar Through Six More States One Person Killed And Twenty-Five Injured; Heat Wave Grips .California By UNITED PRESS Tornadoes and thundershowers stormed across six states in a violent Fourth of July weather outburst, killing ta least one person and injuring 25 other*. A' blazing California heat wave touched off the Los Angeles area's worst brush lire of the season, destroying some 15 homes in the Deerlake Park highlands region. Twisters and other wild windstorms killed one youth in Minnesota, and injured 10 persons in Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Death Claims Roy Goddard MONTKELLO — Roy^ Goddard, 65, residing at 613 West Harrison, died at 2:45 p.m. Thursday at the White County Hospital where he had been for the pa'st month. Born in Chicago on Feb. 4, 1892, he. was the 'son .of Sim and Margaret Goddardl The deceased, a veteran of World War I, formerly served as superintendent of the Water and Light company at Oxford. He moved to Monticello in 1926 and retired in 1962 as 'Standard Oil agent. He was a director of the Peoples Building and Loan association, a member of the Methodist church, the Masonic lodge, and the American Legion. His wife, Philomene Killian, whom he married in 1920, died in 1954. Survivors include two sisters, Mrs. Opal Isom, Dearborn, Mich.; and Mrs. Ralph McKeely, Fowler. Final rites will be conducted at 250 to 270 18.751 Michigan, 8 m Indiana, 4 in Wis-la p.m. Sunday at the Miller chapel 270 to 300 18.35 Sows 17.00' down Boars 10,00 down Stags 10.00 down Veal ... 19.00 on hand and all firemen's leaves had been cancelled earlier to ir>- . . . , . , , ; t«jv tu sure maximum safety during the| 25fl to ' 270 to Producers Stockyards 190 to 230 No. 1 190 20.60 to 210 19.10 210 to 230 19.65 230 to 250 19.25 c. Farm* FOR SALE: 200-acre farm, 2'A miles southwest of Royal Center on blacktop road, modern buildings, silo, very good soil, woven wire fences, well tiled, possession this fall. Mace Martin, Royal Center. FOR FARM LOANS SEE US Lowest interest rate. Best terms. Prompt confidential service. Negotiating for six large loaning companies. See, write, phone. DEAMER & DEAMER Realtor Rochester, Indiana 80 ACRE farm near Grass Creek. $20,000, Lloyd Jefferies, Realtor, 403. East 13th. Rochester, Dial CA-36111. d. Lake Cottages FOK SALE: Nice home completely furnished, hardwood , floors, enclosed porches, carport, pier; practically new Westinghouse ( electric stove-and refrigerator;' p ' e " glng lawn furniture, 14-ft. metal boat sncnev I and 3'/4-h.p. Lawson motor; property located on 80-ft. lake frontage, finest beach area on Lake KHRUSHCHEV— ning a major purge of Stalinists an old line Bolsheviks in the Soviet satellites and further purges in Russia itself appeared inevitable. American diplomatic experts said Khrushchev may ' become Russia's new dictator. Wild rumors swept Warsaw that three top Soviet leaders ousted by Khrushcev had been arrested, but •there was no confirmation in Moscow. Arrest Reports Denied The Polish Communist organ iTrybuna Ludu in Warsaw lele- • phoned Its Moscow office to check the wild rumors and . was told •there was nothing to the reports •the three were under house arrest. However it was noted that the new presidium in Moscow wa-s whipping up popular enthusiasm against the expellees by mass demonstrations. Three lesser Soviet leaders were fired from their posts in the Com munist Party presidium in one of Moscow's greatest political upheavals since the death of Stalin but it still w.as not known whether the six "ati'li party" victims would be brought to trial. Marshal Nikolai Bulganin remained in power, but any doubt of Khrushchev's growing importance vanished today when Defense Minister Marshal Georgi Zhukov led the Soviet high command in to the new Khru- Manitoii. Reasonably priced. Immediate possession. Fansler Realty Co., 915 E. Ninth St., Rochester, Ind. Phone CA-3-221S, Res. CA-3-6204. Texas' cement industry produced 24 million barrels of cement valued at $64,800,000 during 1956. FURNITURE LOANS LINCOLN FINANCE COMPANY Marit Smiili, Mgr. Phwit 32*3 Top Level Meetings Held The military leaders at meetings in Moscow Sevastopol Kief and Leningrad personally joined in the attacks on the Molotov group — Khrushchev's greatest rival for power. Conventional homos built to your specifications at big savings to you. See FRED SMITH, Realtor • 511 Tanguy St. Ph. 2804-20914 HOOVER a. Houses FOR SALE: 3-bedroom modern home, gas heat, 2-car garage. Price $7,500, Phon c 7277. FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house, oil furnace enclosed front and back porch. 1809 Smead St. fOR SALE: Boodle-Buggy with pad, excellent condition. Call 7»89. HOUSETRAILERS This is no special, but everyday prices. $500 to $1500 off on all new trailers. Anoka Trailer Sales, 4 miles S. E. ot Logansport on 35. FOR SALE: Used refrigerators $35 up. General Supply Co. Phone 40001. •OUSETRAILERS and accessories may, sell ot trade. a mi. N. W. « II. 6. M. Maple Springs. FOR SALE EIGHT ROOM house, 5 down, 3 Op. Good income property. $135 per month, 723 Wheatland Avo. May be inspected. Price $10,500. FOUR BEDROOM house with full bath down, oil heat, 607 W. Broadway. May bo inspected. Price $10,000. Nice lot to build on. Northside. Southwest corner of Treen and Norcross streets. Size 75'xl05'. Price $800.00. Lot on Westslds .on Center street. Between Linden and Wheatland. Size 38'xl42'. Nice to build on or use for parking lot. Price $700. Veronica Kro^ger Estate Harold J. Tuberty, Atty. Phones 4749 or 3631 SERVICE Upright, Canister and Tank Cleaner* Service by Hoover trained men using genuine Hoover part* ROCKET CHASHES FT. OHUBCKILL Man. (UP) — An Aerobee-Hi rocket the second to be fired at this northern Canadian test site in two days crashed early today less than a minute after it was launched. LOANS PLAIN HOTE—AUTO-OR OTHER PERSONAL SECURITY • CONSOLIDATE OIITf • CASH YOU HltO • MtDICAL SIUS • ANY OOOD PUKPOSI TOWN FINANCE CO. OVER [IAZLEY S MARKET LOGANSPORT, INDIANA Ph. 11S1 410'.. E. Broadwoy 300 ...,.....,...... 18.50 Sows ......... ......... 16.50 down Sows to 300 ............ 15.50 down Boars ................... 7.00-10,00 Stags ................... 7.00-10.00 Third Street Market Veals .18 Lambs .16 Veal Hides 12 Ueef hides .04% • Thorough cleaning end lubrication • Renovate bag • Pick up and delivery PHONE 4184 FLANEGIN ACE HARDWARE RENT an IRONRITE AUTOMATIC IRONIR Feral IHtls Includes frtt hontt InstructiM Watch "Frontier" WFBM, 2:30-3:00 Sunday .00 PEK NfEK WIN A •VMV VBAN POM I.IPB JuM «OIM In lod./, h»v.. «• <hmon.lr»tlon .r th« Mlil* EZ.fl or 0.22 h»ln •>•»• TROUTMAWS KBWANNA, INDIANA Your Authorized Homclrr* Dvalar i>u nay win t)w «wi prlu of A clmln MW ofyour clinic* «vnry ytnr for lift or oiw of thww iwv 6.honw. JMWBI- Puww TwilM bolnr fllvm nww by III. Horn." UU Dlurlcl Offln. D-"'t tl.Uy. Com. In mj.y. _j Eggs .25 Wayne's Produce Leghorn Hens ...j 11 Heavy Hens ; 13 Popejoy Dreuing Plant Heavy Hens .13 Leghorn Hens .11 rNDIANAPOUS LIVESTOCK INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Livestock: Hogs 9,000; 25-50 higher; 190-250 Ib 20.25-20.75, few 20.90-21.00; 250290 Ib 19.50-20.25; 290-330 Ib 18.5019.50; 100-185 Ib 18.50-20.25; 120-160 Ib 18.00-18.00. Cattle 1)50; calves 100; steady consin and 3 in Iowa. In addition, a tornado at Bryan, Ohio, caused damages estimated at $500,000, but no. injuries. The Michigan, twister ripped the Saxony subdivision east of Brighton, injuring four members of one family when it crumpled •' their home. Another tornado hit near Rogers City, Mich., causing some farm damage. Callms One Victim v At least two homes were with the Rev. Gilbert Piker officiating. Burial will be made in Riverview cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel after 7 p.m Friday. Sealer Condemns 74 Prepackaged Articles Checked Of 1,066 prepacked articles of destroyed and more than 10 houses merchandise checked for deelara- lion of net content during the past year by the Cass county sealer of weights and measures, 74 were condemned, according to the port of Sealer Charles Bennett. These articles wore packaged by the processor or manufacturer in each case. Commercial weighing and m suring devices tested during the 12 months totaled '924, including 815 found correct, 106 condemned, and three confiscated. The devices tested in June included 161 found correct, 19 condemned, and two confiscated. were. damaged in the Michigan storms. Utility lines were reported down In sections of Livingston and Oakland counties. Another tornado swept {he small community of Brill, Wis., churning a one-talf mile path of destruction. At least four persons were injured and seven homes in the village were damaged. The only victim o£ the storms that raked the Midwest was Thomas Klein, 14, who drowned when on Island Lake near Duluth, Minn, r The tornadic weather began in to strong; good and choice steers 21.00-24.00; few to 28.00; good and!i nl ]," choice heifers 20.50-23.00; vealers i Indianapolis'. Iowa during the morning when a twister roared into the community of Lake City, injuring one woman | Former Local seriously, destroying four homes and damaging 20 others. At Bryan, Ohio,' a twister knocked the clock ot the town hall, deroofed six stores, destroyed cars, uprooted trees and downed utility lines. Police Chietf Richard Bloier estimated damage at $500,000. A tornado also caused an estimated $50,000 damage when it struck near Bengal and Marietta, 35 miles south of Dale Lowry Passes Away WINAMAC—Dale Stanley Lowry, 57, a lefelong resident of Pulasfci county, died Wednesday evening at Memorial hospital in Logansport, following a brief illness. He was born June 26, 1900, in Pula.ski county, the son of Robert and Cherokee Timmons Lowry. He was a member of Winamac Lodge • 262, P. and A.M., Scottish Rite of South Dend Valley at South Bend, and the Farm Bureau here.' At one time, he served as' township trustee. He is survived by his mother,' Mrs. Cherokee Lowry of Frances- villa; the widow, Ruth;, three daughters, Mrs. Anita Smith of Francesville, 'Mrs. Lois Kasten of Winamac and Mrs. Neva Brewer of Chicago; two sons, Roland and Harold of Winamac; four brothers, Ogle and Billie of Medarysville, Hugh of Francesville and AWln, of Kingsport Height?, Indiana; one sister, Mrs. Jeanella McGuan of East Chicago, Indiana; and eight grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon from the Fry and Lange funeral home, with tile Rev. Barton Fletcher officiating. Burial will be in Piilaski cemetery. Mrs. Myrtle Bellinger Succumbs in Frankfort Mrs. Myrtle May Ballinger, 75, a former resident of Logansport, died Thursday afternoon at Clinton county hospital after an illness of two months. Born in Orange county, Ind., on May 27, 1882, she was (he daughter of Ephriam C., and Sude Richardson. She was married to Roy Ballinger on May, .29, 1918. He died in January, 1955. The deceased, who had resided in Logunsjorl 25 years, was a member of the Eastside Christian church in Frankfort. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Brammcll, Frankfort; three grandchildren; two sisters, Miss Elhcl Richardson, Logansport; and Mrs. Nellie Darnal!, Genesco, III. Two brothers and one daughter preceded in death. Friends my call at the Harlman Dies at Indianapolis Glenn Ballinger, 63, of 117 Eastj ch apel in Frankfort after 2 p.m. Twenty-fifth street, Indianapolis, Friday. Final rites will be conduct- steady; good and choice M.OO- 22.00; prime to 22.50. Sheep 300; steady; good and choice spring lambs 20.50-23.50. CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO (UP)-iProduee: Live poultry steady; 75,000 Ibs. No OSDA price changes. Cheese steady; single daisies and longbows SSVt-30; processed loaf 36-37; Swiss Grade A 41-43; B 39-41; C 35-38. Butter steady; 1,223,000 Ibs; 93 and 92 score 5fl; 90 score 56%; 89 score 55. Egigs steady; 15,000 cas.es; white •large and mixecd large extras 31; mediums and standards 27; current receipts 28. In tlic Far West, 100 - degree temperatures baked southern California, Texas and Oklahoma. Scores of .persons were forced to flee the Los Angeles area brush fire which authorRiess aid already hns blnckene'd 4,500 acres in the Santa Susana Pass area. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK . . CHICAGO ('UP)—Livestock: Hogs 3,500; uneven; generally 50-75 higher; No. V3, 190-230 Ibs 20.75-21.50; 230-200 Ibs 20.25-20.75. Cattle 500, calves 100; steers and heifers very scarce; fesv sales steady; other classes steady; few choice sleers 24.50-25.50; load good steers 22.25; few standard steers 20.00-21.50; lood of good and choice heifers 22.75; good and choke vealers 19.00-23.00.. Sheep 200; not enough of any one class to test prices; few good U> prime spring lambs fully steady 22,00-24.25. Board Opens Truck Bids The board of works is studying iwo bids, amounting to more than $20,000 for the purchase of a new fire truck, to provide rural fire protection for five surrounding townships. Logan Auto Parts offered a GMC chassis truck, built by Howe at Anderson for $20,795 or a International Harvester-chassis truck for $2 more by the same company. Delivery in 90 days is promised. The Universal Fire Apparatus of Logansport entered a bid of $22,027.75 for a truck on a GM chasis. Delivery is available in 76 working days. The board will announce the successful bidder proposals. after studying the Curtis McCain Hurt In Boating Accident DELPHI — Curtis McCain, well- Mown Delphi resident, received a srokon arm, cuts, and abrasions 1'hursday whan he was thrown :rom an outboard motor boat on Lake Freeman. McCain was operating the boat, accompanied by Haughsy Mount, and was thrown out whon lie made 3 sharp turn. Mount took over the aoat after the mishap. He was rescued by two boys and taken to the Monticello hospital for first aid. He was later removed to :ho St. Elizabeth hospital in Lafayette. Golfers Plan Sunday Pro-Am Tournament A best-ball pro-am tournament for two man teams will be conducted Sunday by the Dykeman Park golf club. Entries are due by 11 o'clock Sunday morning at the clubhouse, It was'announced. Prizes will be awarded to winners of the first three places, YOUR ittLS AT LOCAL FINANCE 4-H Home Economics Judging Schedule Set Cass county's '4-H Home Economics Community judging schedule hns been announced by Miss Ethel Nice, home demonstration agent. The- events—with Mrs. Thomas Foster as judge—will begin at 9 a.m. Miss formerly of this city, died suddenly of a heart attack Wednesday as he was leaving his home for his work as a copy editor on the Indianapolis Star. Born at Walkcrton, ho had resided in Indianapolis 20 years, moving there from Kokomo. A graduate of Logansport high school, lie attended the University ot Wisconsin and Logansport Busi- ed there at 2 p.m. Sunday with the Hev. Joe B. Thompson officiating. Burial will bo made in iho Bunnell cemetery at Frankfort. Library Issues 681 Books to Hospitals Palicnte at the Memorial hospital read 359 books, consisting of ness college. He started newspaper lion work here, having b'eon employed by tlie Indianapolis newspaper since 1942. The deceased was a member of the Masonic lodge, Newspaper Guild, International Typographical union, and Woodmen of the World. Survivors are the widow, Maybelle; two sons, Claude, Logansport; and Meredith, Indianapolis; and a daughter, Mrs. R. J. Dwyer, Kokomo. Bites were held at 9 a.in. Friday at the Planner-Buchanan mortuary in Indianapolis. Burial was made in that city. 154 adult fiction, H7 adult non-fic- Court Notes Mrs. Carolyn Sue Zimmerman was granted a 'divorce from John Gilbert Zimmerman by Judge Clifford Wild in the Ca.ss circuit court Friday morning. She was given custody of their child anil $10 per week for the child's support. The law firm of Landis and Michael represented the plaintiff. The divorce suit of Mrs. Boa- trice Carson against Donald Carson was venued to Miami county Friday on the plaintiff's affidavit for a change of venue from the Cass circuit court. on June 0 in Clay township, .....j.. Nice said, Arts and crafts, electric, homo improvement, and! frozen exhibits are to 'be judged at' tliu county fair. Junior Leaders will be needed to assist the- judge, Miss: Nice said. Monday's schedule also includes Miami township at 11 a.m., arid Noble township at 1:30 p.m. The schedule: July 0: 9 a.m. — Jefferson township; 11 a.m.—Eel Jr. Homcmakers; .1:30 p.m.—Eel Logan Sclimoos;-July 10: 0 a.m;— Clinton; 11 a.m. — Onward; 1:30 p.m.—Walton; July 11: 9 a.m. — Dcor Creek; 1:30 p.m.—Washington; July 12: 9 a.m.—Adams; .11 a.m. — Bethlehem; 1:30 p.m. — Boone; July 18: » a.m, — Lucerne; and 1:30 p.m.—Jackson township. Donald Grofton dcfcnd.nn.1 Jn a divorce suit by Shirley Graflon, filed a motion for a new trial in circuit court Friday. Install Exchange President John D. Schmidt was installed as president of the Logansport Exchange club W.UN Mel Chapman, former officer of the state organization, in charge. Donald S. Bashore was installed as vice-president, Robert Haider- man, secretary; and Pat Kroegw, treasurer. Chapman and Schmidt, delegates to the state' convention in Bloom- inglon, reported on the sessions. The main feature was the dedication of the $100,000 Exchange Home for Children. It will be used in | I conjunction with the Speech and | Hearing clinic at Indiana • university. A complaint to quiet title to 147.3 acres of land in Washington town- .?liip was filed Friday in the Cass circuit court by Knthryn W. Buck and others against Benjamin Spader and others. The suit was filed through the law firm of Hanna and Small. . METEA BAPTIST YOUTH The Youth Fellowship of the Metca Baptist church is sponsoring the Sunday evening service, July 7, at a o'clock at the church, Speaker for the evening will be Benjamin "Tollison, of the Bunker Hill Air Base, whose topic will be ''A Look at Ourselves Through God's Eyes." The public is invited to attend. magazines and 98 juvcniln books, loaned by the L6ganspor. Public Library during tlia month of June. Mrs. Hazel Kumiss, hospital librarian, visits the hospital twice a week, on Mondays and Thursdays, and supplies library books to the patients who wish to read. St. Joseph- hospital patients reail 22 books, 150 books of adult fiction, 308 adult nnn-fiction and magazine ai'.d SB juvenile books. Mrs. Rut)) Gordon, Hospital Librarian distributes library books twice a week at the St. Joseph Hospital. The library sot-vice at both hospitals is supplied by the Loganf,- port Public Library. Sentence Delphi Man To State Reformatory DELPHI ~ John D, Hurley. 45, was Riven a 2-lo-M year sentencf! in Carroll circuit court Thursday afler ho pleaded «uiHy to a charge of issuini,' a fraudulent check. Sheriff C. L. Carey and Deputy Miller took Hurley to the state reformatory at I'endlclon Friday. The chuck was passed at the Larry Hoonu service station several weeks a^o. Judge William I). Smith passed the sentence. NOTJCJ5 TO TAM'AVKUS OK AD- IHTlOXAl, AI'I'HOPKIA'I'IOJVK .Naifco IK hi'rfliy jvlvun Hit 1 liiy- |>liyiT» III' Jni'llKOII XuWllKlllll. HIIBH County, Inillii:in, that (In- JiruJHT )i'^;t) i,\f\rtirtt tit KU]t\ towiitililp \\-\y. uiiM-t lit llii! TnjMm.,1. ofl'jco In )il« Mom., ii: Miild li,vvimlilp lit 7:30 o'clock r. .11. (C.S.T.) un llin llilh jjny of Jll!y, 1:157, In I'unglilor llin rollowlliK niMlllunnl uppronrlnMi.im wlilch mtId offlccm «uj!H!cli>r iK'ct'Kiiiiry to nii'ut tho oxtniordlimry nnvrx'Micy existing ul lliln time: SI'KriAJ, XCJIODI, KU.N'P' (MiM-k Hli-i' J765.00 M"o\V!lslll|> .Mild-. KxllullHU <)UI! t<l Kl'lllTIl] |>X])]I]1- Mlon of Mllllnry liiHtnl- 1 In.tlon JliOO.OO TuxpityerH iinpi'iirlntf UL tUMh mootlJiK' nlmll Ji.ivi! u rlKjit to I)c hi'iird ihvTiioii. riii' iiddltluniil up- liriiprlatlnii UK flniilly niudit u'lll hi. 1 JUjlonmJlnillv rffiirryil to I .'Jo aiiitu Jloiirif of '1 HX ("oininlhKlnni.rK, whlrli Himnl will Ijnlil a further liourliiK wlililn rlfLiti.-!i diij'H at tin- County Aiidllur'n offlcii of O:i»i, County, Jmlluim, or in ^ucli other plucis IIM may IM! dcul^imtcd. At Hueh liuitriiiK, tiixpayi'i-H oiiJuctiriK 1 to uny of Hin-li jiildltlonul .ippto- Urlialonn miiy In? hourd and tn- t«roHl"d liixpayorN m;iy Jmjulrc of •tint County Auditor whun nnil wlie.ru aiioh hciirlnu will hu hold. W. F. Xi'hrliiK, Trllnt'tr: .JHckMon T'v.'n. Tom F. HlrBClmuor, Atty. 5 SALE CALENDAR July 10—Mr. Medford Flora Ralph Rinehart & Sons July 13—Rosa Myers Est WaJdron FOR SALE (PEAHL POWNELL HOME— One story frame home. Lot 330x100 feet, Fenced. End ot Clifton Avenue. Highly desirable, attractive little home for two people. • Utilities. At end of Clifton Avenue on north side of city. All cash. Ten per cent down, balance on delivery of deed. property open for inspection 1 to 4 p.m. on Wednesday, July loth, and Friday, July 12th. . . Contact undersigned at Kewanno, Indiana, or Hillis & Hlllii, Attorneys, Logansport, Indiana. Margaret Day, Administratrix Pcirl Pownell E»t»U.

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