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Saturday Evening, July 6, 1957. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribuni ;( 4 Eight Cass Schools Engage New Athletic Coaches Large Turnover in Prospect Next Season Me tea and Royal Center Only Schools to Retain Mentors; Lucerne Still Seeking Athletic Tutor The largest .turnover of athletic coaches in a single .season is in prospect for Cass county next fall, according to -a survey 'conducted by the Pharos-Tribune. Only two mentors will be back doing business at the ' same old basketball stand — Russell Brown at Royal Center and Bill Riemen- Schneider at Metea. The other group of. eight schools comprising Twelve Mile, Washington Township, Young America, Tipton Township, New Waverly, Lucerne, G-alveston and Logansport will welcome new names at the head o( their departments. respective athletic 1957-58 COACHING ROSTER Twelve Mile Jerry Miller Washington Two Fred Oyler Young America .... Dan B.allard Tlpton Twp Harlan Bonsclt New Waverly Homer Caughell Royal Center Buss 'Brov.n Mciea ..." Bill Ricmcnscluielder Logansport Jirrt Jo Galveslon Max Quirk Lucerne -Vacant • Not' all the 1957-58 newcomers are classified as total .strangers to Cass county basketball, however. Dan Ballard, for instance, who left Fulton this spring to .accept the task of rebuilding cage fortunes at Young America, formerly tutored the Walton Warriors anc several other teams in surrounding counties. The new Twelve Mile mentor Jerry Miller, simply moved north ward into his new position after coaching last season at Young A merica. Fred Oyler used to be protieienl at pppping baskets for Flora when Leonard (Sweet) Reid took the Badgers to the state finals in 1946 Now Oyler will direct the Washing ton Township Hatchets, succeedin Cards Keep Undefeated Mark in LLB Johnny Clark hurled a one-hit- ,er to keep the Schif'f Shoe Store Cards undefeated in National Division LLB play,. Ihe Farmers and Merchants Bank Giants rose up wilh one big inning to score their first victory in six starts in the American Division LLB, the Eagles Braves rallied lo beal the Grusenmeyer Indians 8-7 in a nine- inning Pony League sizzier and Ihe Alpha Bears did an about face to beat the fast rising KLK Kolts in the Colt'league Friday. Clark had a no-hitter cooking until the sixth inning -when Terry Caughill, the opposing pitcher, lashed oul a clean single. The Cards' won 7-1 bul only after corning from behind with a run in th'e third and a clinching 6-run explosion in the fifth. Lou Stepp Kenny Oxfurth and Jim Kimenei- MONTICELLO BOY BUILDS THIRD SOAP BOX RACER' Clark fanned 5 and walked one, Caughell whiffed eleven and walked three in the game at Tower Park. In the game at Grain field the Red Sox built up a 5-0 lead in Ihe third firsl two innings and then the roof caved in on them as the Giants battled back for eight runs and went on to win with ease 9-5. John Havrilla hit a double, Lee Isaacs -a triple and Don Morehead a single to help push the Giants into the winner's circle for the first time. Bob Reed got a double while Jay Thompson, Larry Fosler and Mike Chadwick had singles for the Red Sox. Each team completed one double play. The Pony League game was another overtime affair with the Braves getting five runs in the Major League Standings National League St. Louis Cincinnati Milwaukee Brooklyn Philadelphia New York Chicago Pittsburgh 1 ' W 43 44 43 41 39 ' 38 25 26 Pet .581 Mizel! Ready to Aid Cards 7 Pennant Push Dick Slierer is constructing his third Soap Box Derby racer to compete in the sixth • annual Lo- gnnsporl All-Amcrican race July 31, although he's only 12 years old. Brother or,'the 1954 winner, Bob Sherer, the youngster lias finished in the runnerup position twice. Shcrer, of Monliccllo. He Is the son of .Mr. and Mrs. Harold (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) Tribe, Cards Tie for First In Minor Loop . The- Indians and 'Jie Cardinals are deadlocked for first place in the summer recreation minor league baseball slandings, both Co-Medalists Upset In Club Golf Tourney Bill Newcomb and Charley Hiatt combined talents to eliminate the i team of Dick Elliott Sr. and Frank with 5-1 records. The Panlhers and White Sox Henry, 2 and 1' in the lourth an- Junior Mannies, to Delphi. The possibility of a who transferred; fifth to deadlock the Indians who court clash cannot materialize because Reid announced his retirement after 30 years of coaching. His assistant, Harlan Bonsett, will tutor the Tipton Township Tigers next winter. Homer Caughell takes over at New Waverly after spending seven years in Carroll county wilh 'he Deer Creek Crickets. He succeeds Joe Bell. Galveston signed Max Quirk lo coach the Cardinal cagers- when Cedric Wise quit the post lo become junior high school mentor at Tipton, Ind. Quirk lost his Macy job because the township voted to send its pupils inlo Rochester for the new school term. Jim Jones relinquished Ihe has- kelball reigns al -Wabash high school for a North Central con ference shot wilh the Loganspor Berries, succeeding Keith Showal ter, who coached here for eigh seasons. Calvin Kitehel will not return to Ihe Lucerne Lions, deciding lo leave the coaching ranks in favor of private business. Trustee John Burrough is seeking a replacement. Riemenschneider, a former Lucerne high school star, will begin his second season at the helm of the Metca Hornets, while Brown, ranking as the dean of Cass county coaches, came from Twelve Mile lo Royal Center six years ago. Moore Upset Winner Over Isidro Martinez WASHINGTON (UP) — Davcy Moore, who won an upscl decision over Isidro Martinez-in a nationally - televised fight< Friday night, said today he would offer a $25,000 guarantee to Hogan Bas , tey to defend the world featherweight title against him. Manager Willie Kelchum said Moore, a 21-year-old from Springfield,- Ohio, would meet Basscy anywhere, -bul prefers Madison Square Garden in New York. Moore- floored Marline/., the nixth-rankcd feather by the National Boxing Assn. and an U-5 favorite, in the seventh round, but the Panamanian arose and fought had pecked away for an early coach-pupil ea d. Eac h toam S ot two runs '" he eighth and then in the ninth ,he Braves brought home the winning tally. It was the second straight.extra-inning bailie for Ihe 3raves. Harry Dahl pitched all .he way for Ihe Indians, whiffed 17 and walked one. Bill Elliott worked the first seven frames for the Braves fanning seven and walking eleven. Paul .Bauer took over in the 8th fanned three and are a step.behind with 4-2 marks as the teams prepared for a heavy schedule next week t'.iat will complete the first round of play. Minor league standings follow: W L PCT Gibson,;Hard Play-in Three Tennis Finals WI-MBLEDOX, England (UP)— Althea Gibson of ;-New York and Darlene Hard- of M o n .t e b e 1"! 6, Calif., will play in all three, finals scheduled on today's final program* of the Wimbledon 1 tennis champion-ships, the .first time Indians 5 Cardinals 5 Panthers 4 White Sox 4 Braves 3 Red Sox 3 Cubs 2 Dodgers 2 Yanks Phillies .833 .833 .567 .667 .500 .500 .333 4 .333 4 .333 6 .000 Nexl week's schedule: MONDAY A.M. — Dodgers vs. Indians . nual two-man best-ball invitational since 1948 that the same two tournament Friday at the Logans-1 women have been in all three fi- walked one and became Ihe winning hurler. Mike Smith had two hits, one a double; Dahl got a double and Eddie Schawitsch had 2 hits for the Indians. Bauer smacked two doubles. Jim Bendor a double and Bud Panagos a double and single for the Braves. In the Colt League at Riverside park the Alpha Bears broke a los ing streak by scoring ten runs in the third inning to overcome a KLK Koll 3-run lead and wont on to win 14-7, It was only the second win of the campaign for the de- ending champion Bears. Mark Brown hit a triple a'nd Jerry Busch clouted a home run to shake them out of the doldrums. Summary: LITTLE LEAGUE 100,000—1 1 -2 001,0(ix—7 12 Maroney; Clark lards Caughill at port Country club. The losers had shared 'medalist honors in Ihe qualifying round with the team of Bill Hopkins and Dick Nethercutt with 66s. Newcomb and Hiatt qualified at 60. Charles Lowe and J. J. Werner, who qualified with 69, beat Glenn Miller and Bill Thompson, who moved in with 67, by 1 up. Hopkins and Nelhercutt stopped Art Brinkruff and Kenny Kites 2 and 1, the latter pair having scored a 69. Bob Davis and Chuck Morehead, who had 70, beat Archie Griscl and Dave Dellinger of Monticello, who had 68, by 4 and 3. — _. .. . „ , In the second flight compelilion 1 Gibson will team'with lefty N-ealc nals—singles, doubles and mixed doubles. In 1948. it also was two Americans, Louise Brough and Doris Hart. , The tall, rangy 29-year-old Althea was favored to beat lihe pow- er-hiUing little..Califomian to become the first Negro ever to win a singles championship at Wimbledon. Then they will play together as a team and were heav ily favored to win the doubles clrampiorehip over the Australian .566 .554 .534 .474 .362 .347 Sunday's Games Philadelphia at Brooklyn, 2 Pittsburgh at New York, 2 Chicago at Milwaukee Cincinnati at St. Lonis, 2 American League W. L. Pet. New York 49 26 .653 Chicago' 46 29 .613 Boston 41 36 .532 Cleveland 39 35 .527 Detroit 38 38 .500 Baltimore 36 33' .486 Kansas City 28 46 .378 Washington 25 54 .316 Sunday's Games Baltimore at Boston Kansas City at Detroit ' Cleveland at Chicago, 2 New York at Washington American Association W. L. Wichita ..': 4931 Omaha • 47 33 St. .Paul 44 34 Minneapolis 47 37 Denver 37 40 Indianapolis 35 41 Charleston 3548 Louisville 27 57 Friday's Results iVichita 6 Denver 2 Indianapolis 7 Omaha 2 Louisville 6 Minneapolis 5 Jnarleston 6 St. Paul 3 < Today's Games Denver at Wich-ii.a (2) Omaha at Indianapolis Minneapolis at Louisville St. Paul at Charleston (2) GB . .u % 1 -2 314 8 15% 17% 12% 20% 26 Pel. .513 .588 .564 .560 .481 .461 .422 .321 Wilmer (Vinegar Bend) Mizell provided strong evidence today that he's ready to throw his weight 1 into the St. Louis Cardinals' pennant push. The team's No. 1 disappointment since spring training, the lard - Ihrowing southpaw pitched the Cardinals into first place ini the National League scramble Friday night when he beat the Cincinnati Redlegs, 4-3, in 11 innings.' It was by far the best effort of the season for Mizell, who dropped six of his first seven decisions. The Milwaukee Braves remained in third place when they dropped a 7-4 decision to the Chi- to 10 on only one hit in the 10th score their ninth victory in games after the Senators tied the score in the bottom of the ninth. The Senators had the bases filled and one out in the ninth when Art Ditmar got Roy Sievers to hit into an inning - ending double play. Mickey Mantle singled during the Yankees' three - run eighth inning to collect the 1,000th hit of his career. Earl Torgeson knocked in four runs wilh a homer and a doublu and Jim Rivera drove in three rur.s to pace the White Sox' best offensive showing of the campaign. J'im Wilson breezed behind cago Cubs, the Brooklyn Dodgers i u, e assau it to win his ninth game downed the Philadelphia Phillies, I although he was tagged for nine l-, 6-5, and the New York Giants walloped the Pittsburgh Pirates, 11-6, in Ihe other National League games. The New York Yankees maintained their three • game lead in the American League when they shaded the Washington Senators, 5-3, in 10 innings and the second- place Chicago White Sox drubbed :h-e Cleveland Indians, 14-4. The ja Boston Red Sox. beat the Balli-i Indians Score 7-2 Win Over Cardinals hits including a homer by Rocky Colavito. The Red Sox ended, Billy Loes' seven-game winning streak when they sla-ged a Uiree-run sixth-in- nin'g rally that overcame Baltimore's 4-3' lead. Ted Williams' double climaxed the rally and helped Mike Fornieles win his decision with relief aid from Delock, Jim Sunning increased his rec- . m unnn nre more Orioles, 7-5, and the Detroit j Qrd to 10 _ 2 alUlough he yielded Tigers whipped .the Kansas City AtMelics, 8-5. Mizell Fans Seven Mizell, who beat Ihe Redlegs five limes last season when he was the Cardinals' leading winner with 14 victories, yielded nine hits and struck out seven batters in gaining his second triumph. The Cardinals scored their winning run when Ken Boyer singled to | open the 1-1 Ui, moved to second ' on Hal Smith's sacrifice and tallied on Joe Cunningham's double. Don Gross, liiird Cincinnati pitcher, suffered his fifth dofea' homers to Hector Lopez, Gus Zernial and Tim Thompson when the Tigers backed him with a 10- hil attack that included round- trippers by Charley Maxwell and Frank Boiling. The homer was Maxwell's 17th. 'Cliff Softball Team Rookie Jerry Kendall hit first major league homer his and Don Els'uon won his second game as the Cubs tagged Milsvaukce's Bob Buhl with his fourth loss. INDIANAPOLIS hitting leftfielder •and crafty southpaw Tom Flanigan combined forces Friday night to lead Indianapolis to a 7-2 victory over Omaha. Chrisley slammed a three-run homer in (the lihlrd inning off loser Herb Mofo-rt "and drove in three other runs with a pair of singles, scattered eight Cardinal (UP) — Hard- 1 Hank Aaron hit his 27th homer Neil Chrisley and Johnny Logan also homered and and Oxfurth. Hants Rod Sox 008,010—9 2HO,000—5 Haydcn and Speitel; Corcoran, Reed and Hewitt. PONY LEAGUE Indians 202,100,020—7 7 6 Braves 000,050,021—8 8 0 Dahl and .Can; Elliott, Bauer (8) and Bender. COLT LEAGUE KLK Kolls 300 ,031,0—7 5 5 Alpha Bears 00(10),:UO,x—14 11 2 Frick lists Ail-Star Umpire Assignments NEW YORK (UP) — Commissioner Ford C. Friek announced loday that umpires Frank Dascoli of the National League and John Stevens of Hie American League will share t-he plate-umpiring signments for Ail-Star Game Tuesday. Frick selected Dascoli, Hal 'Dix- Fairview A.M. — Phillies vs. Braves at Tower P.M. — Red Sox vs. Cubs al Tow- TUESDAY A.M. — Yanks vs; Panther.? al Tower A.M. — Cards vs. While Sox al Fairview >.>[. _ Dodgers vs. Braves at Tower WEDNESDAY A.M. — Cubs vs. Indians at Fairview A.M. — Yanks vs. Phillies at Tower P.M. — Red Sox vs. White Sox at Tower THURSDAY A.M. — Dodgers vs. Cubs at Tower A.M. — Panthers vs. Cards at Fairview /(P.M. — Braves vs. Yanks at Tower •FRIDAY A.M..— White Sox vs. Indians al Tower A.M. — Phillies vs. Cards al Fairview P. M. — Red Sox vs. Panthers at Tower Al Fairview park Friday morning Biil Fran-kiln bested Jerry Arnold as the White Sox nipped the lough Panthers (1-5, Each hurler allowed only two hits anc each gave up a triple, Al Cllnc getting one for the Sox and Tom Lyons swalling one for Ihe Pan-th- Kay Hilkert and Boh Warren, 70, beat Ralph Amberg.and Bill Brainard of Monticello, 7i, by 4 and 3. Dutch Grusenmeyer and Fred Wolf 74, beat Oscar Miller and Bob Lowe 71, by 1 up. Gene Armacost and team of Mrs. Mary Haiwton and Mrs. Thelma 'Long.; And finally | m s|xuek Qut & ^ en an(J ^^ they will split •«»>*. IP" .. M f s , none' as he ran his season's record to 3-2. . Don.Lessetter got to Flanigan for a two-run homer in the seven-lih and shortstop Bob Durabaugh lange'd' out- a double and two Ken Slallberger, 73, downed Dick Buck and Keilh Campbell, 71, two up. Dick Elliott, Jr., and Jerry Klein, 71, defeated Herb Gish and Joe Pohlman, 74, two up. In the third flight Dee Douglas and Joe McClain, 75, beat Fred Croft and Harry Binder, 75 by 4 and 3. Gene Strange and Walter tfehaffie, 75, won oven 1 Ivor Bur- •ough and Jim Huff, 75, by 1 up in 20 holes. George Grubbs and Don Grubbs, 75, won over Grover Tim- ierlake and Sinnett Coghill, 76, by 2 and 1. Bob Schullz and Jim Berg, land of SI. Joe, Mich., 75, Von over Roy Berger and Myron Hiatt, [10,, by 4 Winners and and . losers continued competition today in championship and consolation rounds of the tourney. One of the largest array of prizes ever for the tourney has been assembled for presenlalicm when Ihe final rounds have been completed on Sunday, Quarandillo said. A free dance for club members will be conducted at the club this evening. • Locke Wins British Open ST. ANDRiERWS, Scotland (UP) — Bobby-Locke of South Africa, who won, and Cary Middlecoff of A pair of onc*it games were Memphis, who firi'ishetl 14th recorded al Towor Park as the agreed today on one> thing ifcout F-raser of Australia. agninst'Miss Hard and' anbtfiec Aussie "lefty, Mer-vyn Rose. The miarathon performances by the two girls almost overshadowed the men's doubles, in which the unseeded American team of Gardnar Mulloy of Denver, Colo v , and Budge Patty of Los Angeles' and Paris will attempt to become the first uiiranked team ever lo' win this title as they battle singles champion Lew Hoad »nd Fraser. Softball ROCKFIELD WINS Rockfield whipped the Logan YMCA in a Softball feature at Riverside park Friday night 8-3 on the strength of n big second inning when the visitors rushed home seven runs. Jim Shock's home run wris the big blow for the Rockies in the second frame. The YMCA got all their runs in the seventh on Ihe strength ol five, singles. Summary: Rockfiekl . . 070,100,0-8 5 MCA ... , 000,000,3—3 5 Watson 'and Shock; • Sweet, Mc- iinley and Shoup. KEWANNA WINS AGAIN . GRASS CREEK—Kewanria's Indians kept on winning in the dual- county sottball league here Friday beating, the -Panthers 11-2 as Joe Good'.lurned in a no-hit pitching effort • - for the winners. Walt Koencke hit two homers, Good melted one homer and Barry Worl lit a • triple. Kewanna aho won the junior high preliminary 5-2. the major league al SI. Louis next back briskly in the eighth round. on and stan Landes (rom t |, e Na ional League and Stevens, Larry Napp and Nestor Chylak of the to handle the Yale, Cornell Crews To Clash on Thames HENLEY - ON - THAMES, England (UP) — Yale, the Olympic champion, and Cornell, the 1957 Intercollegiate Rowing Assn. champ, met lodaj in • the championship eighl-oared event in the Royal Henley Regatta. It amounted to a rubber match for, the two high - power crews. Yale upset favored Cornell in the Olympic trials last year after Cornell had won the IRA. This year Cornell is undefeated and again won the IRA, but Yale did not compete in that race. MINDFUL THIEF DBS MOINES (UP) - Gerald Jewell parked his station wagon at Municipal Airport last week and left on a business trip. When he returned live days later found the vehicle just where parked it, but a window was broken and the speedometer had 400 •lira miles on it American League All-Star Game. Venturi and Harney Share LaBatt Lead STE, DOHOTHEE, Que. (UP)— Ken Venturi, the new "super boy" of golf, and long-hitting Paul Harnoy, each with 0-undor-par 138s, carried a one-shot lead into the Ihird round of the $29,000 La-Bait Open golf tournament today. Venturi, the- most promosing young player since Gene Littler turned pro, shot rounds of 68-70, while Harney, the graying 27-year- old pro out of Bolton, Mass., paced (the 24 sholmakers who wore still under par at the halfway mark in Canada's richest golf event. Cards beat the Cubs 9-1 on the trenglh of Mac Ison's one-hilter, j double he allowed to Don Yerkes, and the Red Sox hailed jhe Dodgers 0-7 as Bob Justice, Walt Turnier and Bud Johnson teamed up lo allow the losers only .one hit, a single ' by - Jim Bulmcr. Justice smacked^ double tor the Red Sox' longest blow. Summary: AT FAIRVIEW While Sox 622 Panthers 5 2 2 B. Franklin and Cline; Arnold and V. Hoch. AT TOWER PARK H H E Cards » 4 21-289... Cubs ' 116 Ison and Apt; Arvin, Fetfag and Yerkes. R H E Red Sox 96.1 7 1 1 the British Open golf championship. Middlecoff didn't get in enough practice licks on the tough old seaside course known as the "cradle of golf." Be-knickered Bobby, who. could afford lo be generous after pock- cling $2,BOO for his. fourth British Open victory wilh .a record-tieing 270, said he was surprised Middlecoff hadn't dpne belter but poinled out /"he simply didn't allow himself enough time to get acquainted with the course." , To that, Dr. Cary added, "Amen." Middlecoff was 10 shots behinc Locke with rounds of 72-71-74-72 for the Braves, who have dropped four of their last five games. Roy Campanclla walloped a three-run homer off Robin Roberts In the eighth inning to help Brook lyn's Roger Crai'g The local stale hospital sofiball learn scored a 7-3 victory over BurnettsviHe Wednesday night at Ihe Burnellsville diamond. Bur- nctlsville look a 3-0 lead in the third, but the slale hospital went one aliear wilh a four-run rally in the fifth inning and tallied Ihreo insurance runs in Ihe seventh. The summary: U H E Slale Hospilal . .000 040 3—7 6 2 Burnettsville ....0030000—3 3 1 gam-e with ninth-inning his third relief assistance from .Johnny Podres. The loss was Roberts' llth of the year and his fifth in a row. Ed Bressoud, just r-ecallcd from Minneapolis, Bobby Thomson, Du-sty Rhodes and Gail Harris homered as the Giaats snapped a five-game losing streak with a 10- hil assault on four Pittsburgh singles in three times at bat to j pitchers. Johnny A:-,tonolli went lead the sputtering Omaha attack, i only six innings but picked up his The loss snapped an eight-game seventh win. Frank Thomas and win streak for line Cardinals. The Indians also snapped an eight- game victory skein enjoyed by league-leading Wichita Tuesday. Bill Mazeroski homered for the Pirates. M.-mllc Hits No. 1.000 The Yankees scored two runs Zeis Demotes Two Indiana Policemen INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—Indian-a State Police Supl. Harold Zeis late today said he would dcmu'.e a'nd transfer two high-ranking police officers because they -'are not producing." He said Capt. Haarry Sutherlin and LI. Kermil Lewis would btt redu-ced in rank to .sergeant. Sutherlin, in charge of communications, will be transferred to \he department's quartermaster division, and Lewis, in charge of accident records, will be transfcrrrd lo the stale police garage, Zeis said. Summary: Kewanna Grass Creek' 00fi,40l),l—11 17 000,200,0— 20 J. Good and B. Worl; Wills, Saddler and Huffman. WEGERT'S BEAT FRANKFORT The Wegert's Drive-In Softball team-chalked up a really big victory ..Friday night by. defeallng the Goodwin Funeral Home at Frankfort 1-0 as Ronnie Lowe turned in a brilliant' 3-hit pitching job. Don Aains hurled for Frankfort and the'"locals got, three'Safeties and their lone run came,'in the seventh when .Lewayne Yeakley belted a triple and then came home on a passed ball'. Davis, Frankfort first rmcker, got. two hits lor the losers. Wegert's will travel to Kewanna tonight for a game at B p.m. Dodgers Justice, Tm-nier, Johnson .and Reutebuch, Justice; J. Myers and Miller. During a day spent in reading muscles move the eye something like 100,000 times. Eye muscles are about 100 times as slrong as they need be and are among the most exercised muscles in Ihe body. COLLEGE HEAD RESIGNS FORT WAYNE (UP)—Dr. S.A. Witmer will resign as president of the Fort Wayne Bible College at (Scotland was third .at 283. .Angel Frank Stranahan. of Toledo had no better luck than Middlecoff. His final rounds of 74,-72 put him in a tie for 10th at 201. Peter Thomson of Australia, who closed with- a pair of 70s, made a game, bid to retain the title he had won for three straight years but Locke beat him by a total of three shots as he closed with his IiB-70. Thomson was second with 202, -worth $1,400, and Eric Brown of Summary: Wegert's Frankfort the end of Ihe current year to become executive secretary of the Accredited Association of Bible Institutes and -Colleges, Witmer has been at the Fort Wayne school fdr 28 years.' president since 1S48. Miguel of Spain, finished fourth with 285 and among four tied at 286 was the leading amateur, Dick Smith of Scotland, who fell one short of Bobby Jones' • amateur record for the tournament. R E M E M B E R SAVINGS Bank Safety! That meant something when you keep your money in out bank. Experienced management, liquid reserve* and deposit insurance guarantee your money will be available dollar for dollar the moment •it's needed. Stop in I SSSi DEPOSITED ON 000,000,1—1 000,000,0—0 Lowe and F. Martin; Rains and Harper, KOKOMO or Before July 12th will earn Interest from July 1st! 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