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Friday Evening, June 7, 1957. Latest Market Reports PLANNING TO INVEST? Her* or* tin stock preferences of Wall Street professionals: Stocks Held • By Investment Cos. (Iftd 1936) Stand". Oil (NJ.) U. 5. StMl . . . B*th. SIM! . . . . Amerada Patrol. . Continental Oil . Texas Co Internafl Pap«r . General Motors . . Stand. Oil (Calif.) Gulf Oil ... . . B. M Aluminium, Ltd. . Goodyear ...'.. Gon'l Electric . . . Pu Pont Data] Vidctrt Bros. Producers Stockyards 190 to 230 No. 1 20.25 190 to 210 19.75 210 to 230 19.50 230 to 250 19.00 250 to 270 18.75 270 to 300 18.CO Sows Iti.50 down Boars 7.00-10.00 Stags 7.00-10.00 16,200 cases; wholesale selling prices: Minimum 10 per cent AA quality, includes nearbys: Large 48%50 Ibs: White 31-33%; brown 32>/ 2 - 33M:. Medium: White 26-27; brown 27-28. Extras minimum 65 per cent A quality, includes Midwestern: Large 48!4-50 Ibs: White 30%-31%; brown 31%-32'/ 2 ; mixed colors 3031. . Mediums minimum 60 per cent A: White 26-27; mixed color 26-27. Extras minimum 55 per cent A: Large 45-48 Ib: White 29-30; mixed colors 29-30. Wayne's Produce Leghorn Hens 31 Heavy Hens 13 Howkins Stockyards Meat 1'ype Above Quotations 390 to 210 19.50 210 to 230 19.25 230 to 250 18.90 250 to 270 18.75 270 to 300 18.35 Sows 1G.75 down Boars ,. 10.00 down Stags lO.Ofl down Veal 19.00 INDIANAPOLIS, LIVESTOCK INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Livestock: Hogs 7,000; uneven, steady; 25 cents lower; 180-240 Ib 20.00-21.00; 240-270 Ib 19.50-20.00; 270-325 Ib 18.50-19.50; 160-180 Ib 17.75-19.75, few 20.00; 120-100 Ib 18.50-17.50. Cattle 500, calves 100; mostly steady; good steers 20.00-22.00; low choice heifers 22.50, few good 21.50; voalers steady; good arid choice 21.50-24.50, choice to prime 25.00. Sheep 50; good and choice spring lambs 21.00-23.00. Popejoy Dressing Plant Leghorn Hens 11 Heavy Herts 13 Third Street Market Veals 18 Lambs 16 Veal Hides ,.'.. ,12 Beef hides .*•. Wk .25 CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO (UP)—Livestock: Hogs 7,000; weak to 25 lower, closing 25-50 lower on 250 Ibs; No. 1-3, 190-225 Ibs 19.85-20,75; 230-260 Ibs 19.50-20.00. Cattle 500, calves 100; not enough any class to fully test prices; few clean-up sales about steady; load of choice steers 23.00; vealers scarce. Sheep 200; not enough on hand to test prices; few good and choice shorn lambs 95-102 Ibs 19.50-21.00; few choice spring lambs 23.0024.00. ACCEPTS JOHN PRICE MEMORIAL AWARD! A petition for the vacation of two alleys in Watson's subdivision to the city of Logansport was filed in the'Cass circuit court by Roy and Blanche Kleckner, Donald and Leila Kleckner, Wade and Jean Quisenberry, James and Phyllis Farrer, Keith and Rosalie Rinehart and Orville and Helen Long against tho city of Logansport. The alleys were platted but never constructed or used, according to the petition. One is an east-west alley between Twenty-second street and the Highland park addition and the other is a north-south alley between .George and. Smead. O'Neill and O'Neill are fhe attorneys for the petitioners. The National Lumberman's Bank asks $1,000 in a complaint on a promissory note dated Dec. 17, 1956, against Ernest" C. Ball. Hanna and Small' are the attorneys for the plaintiff. The John Price Memorial trophy given each year to an outstanding athlete was presented to Harry Elliott by iast year's winner, Dalen Showalter. (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving,) NEW YORK PRODUCE NEW YORK (UP) — Butter Steady; receipts 317,000 Ibs; whole- gale selling prices: AA (93 score) 60V4-60'/!; A (92 score) 60-60'/.i; B «fl score) S8Vi-58%; C (89 score) 86-55 'rz. Eggg gteaijy to firmj receipts CHJCAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO (UP) — Produce: Live poultry steady; 48,000 Ibs. No USDA price changes. Cheese steady; single daisies and longhorns 38V2-39; processed loaf 30-37; Swiss Grade A 42-43; B 39-41; C 30-38. Butter steady; 1,312,000 Ibs; 93 and 92 score 59; 90 score 56%; 89 score 55. Eggs fully steady; 13,900 cases; white large and mixed lanje extras "29Vi; mediums 27; standards 28; current receipts 2C'/i, Read the Classified Ads Burnettsville Bible school will close Friday with an evening program in the Baptist church. Mr. and Mrs. Lock Cook and Mrs. Pearl Saltier, of Flora, were guests of C. M. Mertz Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reiff are parents of a son, born Saturday in White County Memorial hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gardner left Wednesday morning on a trip through Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Brechhiel of Great Lakes and Mr. and Mrs. Char'.es McConnel and daughter of Lafayette called on Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brechbiel Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Allen and son Bill of Manchester spent Tuesday with her father, C. M. Mertz, Klchard Hanaway who coached with the local basketball team has signed as coach of the Tipton Blue Devils. Rev Derwood Troxel and mother are entertaining relatives horn Pennsylvania, Vern Holcomb returned Wednesday to Indianapolis where he will undergo plastic surgery in a hospital there. Mr. -and Mrs. Dan Lowring and son of Muncie have moved to Burnettsviile in the home with her brother, Frank Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Haines and son o£ Logansport opened up a new drive-in root beer stand east | of his mother's Standard station on Highway 24. New Japanese Dam Operating TOKYO (UP)—The huge 447- foot-high Ogochi Dam wer.t into operation today, nearly 20 years after the first ground was broken. The 67-million-dollar project is expected to double the daily supply of water to Tokyo, the world's third largest city. Eighty-two lives were lost during construction of the dam. DIES AT 100 FORT WAYNTS (UP) — Mrs. Eleanor C. Keeran, the last surviving member of a pioneer family which helped develop Fort Wayne into a prosperous fur trading center after the Civil War, died at the age of 100 Thursdaj Court Notes The entire estate of the late William H. Zachary, 74, who died March 19, was left to Gladys French Wolf, 506 Huber street, under terms of his will, filed for probate Friday in the Cass circuit court. The will, dated Jan. 10, 1956, also names Gladys Wolf as executrix. The estate was estimated at $200 in personal property. Robert S. Justice is the attorney for the estate. Mrs. Josephine Linton, 525 Kloenne street, filed suit for divorce from Parker D. Linton in circuit court Friday, asking custody of their minor child, support for the child, and $3,000 alimony. She charges cruelty. They were married Oct. 19, 1933, and separated June 1, this year, according to the complaint filed through the -law firm of Hillis and Hillis. Flora Woman Dies After Long Illness FLORA — Mrs. Blanche C. Northcutt, 76, of 231 East Main street, died at 12:15 o'clock Friday morning at the Kennedy Nursing home, following an illness of 10 months. Born two miles east of Flora on May 4, 1880, she was the daughter of George W. and Martha Byrum Cline. Her marriage on December 3, 1902 was to George E. Northcutt, who died July 29, 1936. Surviving are: a daughter, Mrs. Robert Patty, and a son, Joseph both of Flora; a sister, Mrs. Laura Brim and a brother, Charles, of Flora. One daughter, Eva, preceded her in death. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Fivo Autos Damaged in Crash on Bridge Two automobiles were damaged in a minor collision Friday morning on the Market street bridge. Police reported that a construction worker stepped into the traveled portion of the roadway, fore- Real Estate Firm Is Incorporated Articles of incorporation for 0. W. Macy's, Inc., have been filed with County Recorder Stewart Gordon, showing a paid-in capital of $3,500. 0. Wendell Macy, 2415 East ing a car driven by Don E. - Smith,!Broadway, is listed as resident 48, of 719V4 West Miami avenue to (agent. Directors are 0. Wendell, stop abruptly. ~ The quick halt gave Edgar Jones, 39, of 718 Fifteenth street, no opportunity to stop his vehicle. Plan Bible School At Salvation Army Vacation Bible School will be held at the Salvation Army, 414 The deceased was a member of (Third street, for one week begin- I Es(a, Jane Ellen and Milton Macy, all of 2415 Brondway, and Marylin Dix, Mount Gilead, 0. Purposes of the corporation include to plan and develop subdivisions of real estate, to design and engage in construction of buildings and to sell them. the Flora Methodist church the WCTU, the Order of Eastern Star, the Garden club and the Kilkare Klub. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p. m. Monday at the Methodist church with the Rev. ^ Kay Bass officiating. Burial will be made in Maplelawn cemetery. Friends may call at the Leiter funeral home Saturday. Miss Joan Nist Wins PTA Scholarship Award Miss Joan Nist, a senior in Indiana university, has been awarded this year's Parent-Teacher Association scholarship award, according to Mrs. Frank Murray of the P-TA Council. The announcement was made during the meeting of the Council of Social Agencies. During the meeting Ed Yeazel explained how the United Community Fund prepares its annual •budget. He pointed out that pledge loss is very low and praised Isabel DEUNK, NOT INTOXICATED MUNCIE (UP) — Darrell R. Smith, 42, Buckhannor., W.Va., was asked how he pleaded Thursday to a charge of public intoxication. Replied Smith to the astonished judge: "I'm not guilty of Intoxication. I was drunk." THREAT PAYS NILES. Mich.—Judge Thomas W. Cain's threat of jail for drivers who failed to heed parking tickets paid off. Officers said an estimated 85 delinquent motorists jammed the police station to pay fines. To bake potatoes rapidly, first put thorn in boiling, salted water for 10 minutes. Then place in the oven. ning at 9:30 a.m. Monday, with Major and 'Mrs. R. C. Ellis in charge, it was announced Friday. The session will be held in both .he morning and afternoon. KILLED IN CRASH SHELBYVILLE (UP)—William H. Kle.ie, 45, Greensburg, was killed Thursday night in a two- car collision on U.S. 421 north of here. Three other persons, including his wife, Irene, 38, and sister, Mrs. MagdaHno Klene, 44, Greensburg, were hospitalized in fair condition. NAMED TRUSTEE NEW YORK (UP)—Dr. Cleon A. Nafe, Indianapolis, Thursday was elected a trustee of the American Medical Assn. at the group's annual meeting. Train Kills Gary Man GARY (UP)—Thomas M. MaJ- kowski, 43, Gary, was killed Thursday night when he Was struck by a Pennsylvania Railroad train at a city crossing. YOUNG DEMOS MEET INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—Indiana Young Democrats will meet here July 26-27 for their annual state convention. E. Ray Barker is convention chairman. The meeting also will ce:ebrate the 25th anniversary of the Young Democrat Clubs of America. To keep conlenls in vacuum containers hot longer, rinso the bot- lles with hot water, empty, then rinse again wilh scalding wa'.er. Fill and Jet stand wilh ISO-degree water until ready to pour in hot soup, coffee or other liquid. When preparing for pain! ing a wall from which wallpaper has been removed, be suru to wash away any sizing or paste. When the surface is dry, apply a coat of wall prime and lot dry overnight. Paint can be applied the next day. Rammel. organization secretary, who collects the pledges. Betty Hyres secretary of CSA, reported on the sponsorship of! T ,_ ,., _,. Theanolte Bahnisch on her visit June la ~ jVlrs - tlla here from Germany. Welfare. TB, YMCA, and YWCA reports were also made during the meeting. SALE CALENDAR June 8—Mrs. Roy Wilburn Case June 8—Roy E. Whiteman Bridge, Auct June 8—Stoney Pike Roller Rink Waldron 8—Walter C. Landis Estate Rinohart & Sons Auct. June 13—Drive-In Theater Waldron & Viney . Smyser Estate Rinehart & Sons June 15—O. White Stoney Pike Roller Rink ....Waldron June 15—Mrs. Stella Sprinkle Keesey Thompson June 21—Lillie Newer Estate Wcddington June 29—Fred Allen Estate Rinohart & Sons On Father's Day We're Giving THE NEW XLOSE-SHAVr CHAMP J^JTSHAVEMASfER, After 29 years of research announces Surf white Cadet gray Ranch tan Burgundy Saddle brown Jet black an electric razor that shaves as close as a safety razor without muss-fuss-nicks or skin irritation—and it's more comfortable and convenient, too! shaves super close. Magnified view shows how large round head flattens skin mounds and pops whiskers up through holes that are scientifically honed and tapered inward. The back and forth action of the lightning fast, double-edge cutter then cuts the whiskers close, clean, and smooth. You shave with a gentle circular motion that gives your face a healthy youthful glow. 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