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Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 19, 1957
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Wednesday Evening, June 19, 1957. 10 FOR RENT SAVE half on 15-gal. fish aquarium, complete. Phone 21121. BEDROOM suite, 2 extra beds, Siegler oil heater. Ph. 6915. CONVERTED schoolbus, furnish' ed. Phone 8043. 2-BEDROOM modern home, full basement, hot water heat, garage, lovely location. Ph. 7277. LIKE new baby bed, used 2 _months. Phone 3821 after 4:30. FOR SALE: Used refrigerators~$35 up. General Supply Co. Phone 40001. HOUSETRAILERS This is no special, but everyday prices. $500 to $1500 off on all new trailers. Anoka Trailer Sales, 4 miles S. E. of Logansport on 35. PLAY SAND, Black Dirt. Phone 40173. FE~RREE~&~SMiiH~ Mobile" Home Sales, Akron, Ind., Ph. TW-3-3285 or TW-3-2075. V 4 mi. S. Akron. 13. REAL ESTATE 13. REAL ESTATE OWNER leaving state, 4 bedroom modern house, lots of extras, priced right. Ph. 50128. HOUSETRAILERS and accessories Buy, sell or trade. 2 mi. N. W on U. S. 35. Maple Springs. c. Musical Instruments GIBSON electric guitar with alligator case, like new. Ph. 8979. NO other instrument can equal the WURLITZER Electronic Piano for amazing versatility. It car, ries like a suitcase. See it at. Mygrant House of Music, 528 East Broadway. AT STRANGE MUSIC HOUSE" New Player Pianos and Rolls New and Used Spinet Pianos The new amazing Lowrey Organ The small electric Estey Organ Priced at only 5350. STRANGE MUSIC HOUSE at Marocco's, 521 E. Broadway d. Poultry, Eggs, Baby C(;ix POULTRY range shelter, variety of sizes, good condition, any reasonable offer accepted. Logan Hatchery. 370 3-week Hi-Line pullets. Hizer Hatchery, Grass Creek. e. Seeds, Plants LAWN weed killer, rose food and dust with Captan and 45% Chlordane at Kascli's Feed & Pet Sup_plies, 524 E. Market. SWEET potatoes and garden •plants. McClain's at Mexico, Indiana. f. Wearing Apparel RED and blue child's, misses' and ladies' washable canvass oxfords. $1.85. Bargain Center. 322 Third. SPECIAL BARGAIN 2 While Satin Wedding Dresses THRIFT SHOP, 411 E. Market h. Wanted to Buy WILL pay cash for small used upright or Spinet pianos. Phone I 3397. WE buy men's good used clothing, shoes and hats. Perfect Cleaners, S24 - 4th. Phone 3010. 12. GOOD THINGS TO EAT b. Fruits, Vegetables ICE cold watermelon, wholesale or retail; seed potatoes; bananas and berries. Sam Berkshire, 420 Cicott. Open evenings. STRAWBERRIES pick your own. Bevinglon, 3% miles S. E. Walton. STRAWBERRIES. You pick. Bring containers and 25c, Mack Stamper, 2 miles east of Highway 17 on highway 114. Phone 2588, Grass Creek. 13. REAL ESTATE a. Houses 2 BEDROOM modern home, with garage. Call after 5 p.m., 4439. 4 BEDROOM home, large living room, fireplace, wall-to-wall carpeting, dining room, built-ins garbage disposal, large Jalousie porch, knotty pine recreation room,'hardwood floors, gas heat. Call 21041!. S-ROO~M house, West Broadway, new basement and foundation, very nice. By owner. Ph. 4989 or 50UD5. 100 ACRES. 30 day possession, with G rm frame house, water, elect, barn 20x40, several small outblclgs, 49 tillable acres, bal excellent pasture and woods. 9 acres in corn. Fences fair. Located in Jefferson twp. $4500 down, bal $500 a year. MODERN 7 RM conveniently located to factories, 3 rm down, 4 hcclrms and bath up, basement, good furance and water heater, full lot, garage. This home in good repair. Price $7000. MODERN 5 RM and balli, Columbia school dis, priced to sell. MODERN 9 RM, 2 fireplaces, hrwd floors, new oil furnace and water heater, full lot, double garage. $2500 down bal monthly. ATTENTION ANGLERS, attractive modern 4 rm and bath, glassed-in porch, attached garage, year around lake cottage, Nyona. Priced to sell. BLDG. LOT 140x300. septic tank and tiling installed, also transformer for lights. Pr. $1100. Noble twp. BOB AYERS ; Realtor Phone 4326 10 W. Linden Avo. School's out. Summer's in! Now is the time for house hunting. Spfc Vi Span is this 3 bedroom home. Youngstown kitchen, carpet and drapes in living room. Shower in basement, new oil furnace. Really nice landscaped lot. Might consider land contract. Need Possession? You can have it here. 3 bedroom all modern, new bath, new gas furnace. Let me show you this moderate priced roomy home. Highland Ave. Story and a half 3 bedroom all modern, auto, gas heat, full basement, poured concrete walls. Ideal for recreation room. Nice treed 70' lot. Early possession. Rambler 3 bedroom all modern, almost new, very roomy. Large utility room, screened breezeway, attached garage, 100x150 lot. Priced at only $9,000. Burlington Ave. 3 bedroom, 2 baths, nice large kitchen, garage. Owner moving. Will make a good deal. Spear St. 2 apartment home, corner location. New stoker. Let the rent help you pay for it. Owner will consider trade or land contract. Otto Hilbert REALTOR 1436 Clifton Ave. Phone 2684 FOR SALE EIGHT ROOM house, 5 down, 3 up. Good income properly. $135 per month, 723 Wheatland Ave. Price $10,500. FOUR BEDROOM house with full bath down, oil heat, 607 W. Broadway. Price $10,000. Vacant lot on Northside. Price $800.00. Vacant lot on Westside. $700.00. Price Veronica Kroeger Estate Harold J. Tuberty, Atty. Phones 4749 or 3631 NEW home and garage, terms. Walton 3915. FHA NEW 3-bedroom U. S. Steel Homes available on V. A. loans at 2% down Dial 2397 4-ROOM cottage on 3 full lots. Will sell on contract with $500 down. Sacrifice. Ph. 9167. Latest Market Reports HIGHWAY SCORECARD Half of cars on nation's roads are Chevys, Fordi or Plymouth*. NEW 4-room house with gas furnace. 511 13th Street. b. lots LOT for sale, cash or contract. Ph. 6929. BUILDING sites, any size, electricity, gas. Cash or contract. 7398. c. Farms 30 Acre Pony farm only S'/i miles out in the Logan school district on blacktop road. All modern 4- bedroom home, 2-car garage, barn, chicken house, good 90'4" well plus spring water in pasture. We believe $12,500 is a fair price for a country place as well located as this one! Otto H'lbert REALTOR 1436 Clifton Ave. • Phone 2684 Posaenger Can In Us* 0916) MR CINT OF All CARS , O 5 (0 13 20 23 ChivrolW . Ford . . . , Plymouth , Buldc . . . Pontfoc . . Oldimobll* Dodgo . . Mercury , . Studobok«r Chrysler . . Naih . . . Do Soto . . Cadillac . . Hudson . . Packard . . All Other . Dotoi Auto Mfrt. Aiioe. Producers Srockyards 190 to 230 No, 1 19.85 190 to 210 19.35 210 to 230 19.10 1230 to 250 17.90 250 to 270 18.35 270 to 300 18.10 Sows , 16.25 down Boars 7.00-10.00 Stags 7.00-10.00 30 acres near Flora. Choice farm, choice location. John H. Flora, Realtor. Flora Phone 59. FOR SALE—184 acres stock and grain farm in Carroll county. Price to sale inquire Rockfield Elevator or write P. 0. Box 402, Rockfield, Ind. Within driving distance of Monticello or Logansport. 80 ACRE farm near Grass Creek. $20,000. Lloyd Jefferies, Realtor, 403 East 13th. Rochester, Dial CA-36111. d. Lake Cottages NICE 2-bedroom lake front, furnished cottage, gas heat, bath, new pier, tool shed, newly screened porch, boat. GL-7-2235, Kokomo. yearlings weighing under 1025 Ibs and most heifers about steady; | steers over 1025 Ibs slow steady to j 50 lower; vealers steady to 1.00! lower; high choice and prime steers 23.75-26.50; load high prime 1305 Ibs 27.25; most good and choice steers 21.00-23.50; few standard steers down to 19.00; few loads high choice and prime heifers 23.65-24.25; most choice grades 22.00-23.50; good and choice veal- ers 19.00-23.00. Sheep 500; spring lambs 50-1.00 lower; shorn lambs about steady; good to prime spring lambs 20.0022.50; 40 head choice shorn lambs 19.00. Slain Man's Body Found Beside Road Killers Dump Body of Russell McDaniel, 40, of Kiv- NEW YORK PRODUCE NEW YORK (UP) — Butter steady; receipts 799,000 Ibs; wholesale selling prices: AA (93 score) 601/4-60%; A (92 score) 60-60%; B (90 score) 58Vi-58%; C (89 score) 56-56%. Eggs steady; receipts 16,700 cases; wholesale selling prices: Minimum 10 per cent AA quality, includes nearbys: Large 48Vi- 50 Ibs; White 35'/ 2 -37'/ 2 ; brown 3637%. Medium: White 32-33; brown 32%-33. Extras minimum 65 per cent A 111., in Clump of erdale, Weeds MICHIGAN CITY (UP) — The body of a man identified tentatively as Russell McDaniel, 40, Riverdale, 111., was found late Tuesday in a clump of weeds along a road east of here. Police said the man had been beaten over the head several times and apparently had been shot three times in the back of the head. The body was discovered by Harvey Witcher, Lakeland, a suburb of Michigan City. Witcher told police he Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Ninet*«n Deaths and Funerals WILLIAMS Funeral services for Mrs. Ruth Williams, 28, were conducted Wednesday afternoon at tiie Mt. Zion Tabernacle with the Kroeger mortuary in charge. Burial was made in Mt. Hope cemetery. PATTERSON Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Geneva Patterson, 57, were conducted Wednesday afternoon at the Chase-Miller chapel. Burial was made in Keeps Creek cemetery. KEARNEY Final rites for M. A. (AD Kearney, 79, 336 W. Broadway, will be conducted at 9 a.m. Thursday at the St. Joseph church with Msgr. M. D. Foley officiating. Burial will i be made in driving along Karwick Road, al° e . m ? ae m '™- Hope cemetery^ mai.t street of Lakeland, when he Fnends may cal1 at the Kroe S er Hawkins Stockyards Meat Type Above Quotations 190 to 210 19.351 210 to 230 19.101 230 to 250 18.65 250 to 270 18.25 270 to 300 17.85 Sows 16.50 down Boars 11.00 down Stags 10.00 down Veal 19.00 noticed a human leg protruding from weeds along the road. He stopped to investigate and found the body. A resident of the area told police she heard a shot shortly before the body was discovered. She said she saw a car speeding down Large Ibs: White 33V4- Third Street Market Veals 18 Lambs 16 Veal Hides 12 Bo.ef hides .04% Eggs brown 35Vz-36 l &; mixed colors 3334. Mediums minimum 60 per cer.t A; White 30-31; mixed color 3030%. Extras minimum 55 per cent A: Large 45-48 Ibs: White 32'/i-33>/:; mixed colors 32-33. describe. the auto. Chicago police said a car bearing license plates traced to McDaniel was found abandoned near an Illinois Central suburban station on the South Side. Authorities said a heavy chapel where the Rosary will be recited at 7:45 p.m. Wednesday. BUSARD Final rites for Henry Busard, 67, 301 S. Miami, will be conducted at 2 p.m. Thursday at the McCloskey- Hamilton chapel with Ihe Rev. Everett Nixon officiating. Burial will be made in Mt. Hope cemetery. Friends may call- at the chapel. MYERS Final rites for Mrs. Rosa Belle •fell late Tuesday afternoon and the ground was wet beneath the body, leading them to suspect Mc- INDrANAPOUS LIVESTOCK | Daniel was dumped out of a car (UP) —. Live-'at the spot where his body was | Myers, 75, 830 Race, will be con- rain j ducted at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Wayne's Produce Leghorn Hor.s 11 Heavy Hens 13 Popejoy Dressing Plant Heavy Hens Leghorn Hens Death Separates Twi"s ALEXANDRIA (UP) — Death separated Madison County's oldest twins. Mrs. Mary Ring, 83, died in a nursing home. Her twin, Mrs. Theo Blair, lives at Oakville, FURNITURE LOANS LINCOLN FINANCE COMPANY Mario Smith, Mgr. Phono 3193 CHICAGO 'LIVESTOCK CHICAGO (UP) — Livestock: Hogs 7,000; steady to 25 lower, decline on weights around 230 Ibs and lighter, instances strong on 250 Ibs and heavier; 'No. 2-3, 190225 Ibs 19,65-20.10; several lots No, 1-2, 200-220 Ibs 20.25-20.50 and 24 head No. 1, 220 Ibs 20.75; No. 2-3, 30-50 Ibs 19.25-19.75; few lots Nt>. 1-2, around 250 Ibs 19.50-19.75. Cattle 15,000, calves 200; steer INDIANAPOLIS stock: Hogs 5,000; steady to weak to 25 lower; 190-240 Ib 19.25-19.75, few lo 20.50; 240-2BO Ib 18.SO-19.50; 280310 Ib 18.00-18.50; J60-180 Ib 18.00| 19.00, few to 19.25; 120-160 ib 16.0017.00, few to 18.00. Cattle 1,500; calves 200; steady to 50 lower; good and choice steers 19.75-23.00; good and choice heifers 19.50-22.25; vealers weak to 50 lower; good and choice 20.00-23.50; high choice to prime 24.00. Sheep 500; about steady; good and choice spring lambs 20,0022.00. RENT an IRONRITE AUTOMATIC IRONER For as little $0.00 ~ PER WEEK Includes free home instruction Watch "Frontier" WFBM, 2:30-3:00 Sunday LOANS up to$ 500 318 Fourth Street Phone 45M discovered. L O A N S PLAIN NOTE—AUTO—OR OTHER PERSONAL SECURITY • CONSOLIDATE DIDTS • CASH YOU NIED • MEDICAL BILLS • ANT GOOD PURPOSE TOWN FINANCE CO. OVER BAILEY'S MARKET IOGANSPORT, INDIANA Ph. 2252 410ViE. Broadway CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO (UP) — Produce: Live poultry steady; 86,000 Ibs. USDA price changes: Broilers or fryers Plymouth Rocks 23%-24; White Rocks 24-24V4. Cheese steady; single daisies and longhorns 38%-39; processed loaf 36-37; Swiss Grade A 41-43; B 39-41; C 35-38. Butter steady; 1,409,000 Ibs; 93 and 92 score 59; 90 score 56 V4; 89 score 55. Eggs steady; 9,800 cases; white large and mixed large extras 31; mediums 27; standards 28; current receipts 26%. OWNER transfeired, must sell duplex, 3 bedrooms oach, renting W5 a month. Take over contract. Phone 2351, FOR SALE House to be torn down and removed from lot. Reasonable. STRECKER-BROWN AGENCY Phone 4303 FOR SALE 5-room house with oil heal and built-ins. 515 17th St. Price $6,COO. Immediate possession, II. Tuberly, Ally. Phones 4749 or 3631. FOR SALE—Nice house, no bath, large lot, 858 Garlield. Price $4.200. Also modern small home on contract. Ph. 50425 before 1 p.m. TRADE, BUY OR SELL Come .see what we have! 2 new homes. 1 Meadow View, 1 Pleasant Grove addition. Both 3 bedroom. 1 full basement. You call for appointment. We can finance. We have lots of other lower priced homes. 1 extra good farm south of town. Come list your real estate. We sell 'em. John Smith at Tidrick Agency, South Fourth St. Ph. 4524 or 422U. FOR SALE: Attractive all modern 2 slory home, 5 bedrooms, many closets, good built-in cabinets, hardwood floors, oil heat, good decorations, large 89'0"xlG5'0' lot; also has a good tile building, size 30'0"x5fi'a": this property has many possibilities, and can easily be converted into an income property. Located west of Main street across from now Riddle school, reasonably priced for quick sale. Fansler Really Co., 915 E, Ninth St., Rochester, Ind. Phone CA-3-2219; Ralph Stepp, res. CA-3-6239. BOAT MOTOR and TRAILER COMBINATION OFFER New Home Included In Building Permits One new house was included in the .scries of building permits issued Wednesday by Commissioner Robert Buck. Dolphus Nelson, of Ml West Main street, plans to erect a $22,000 home on lot 17 in the Meadowview section 'of Clay township. Others included: Carl H. Gregory, 410 Riverview, walks for $30; Radio & TV distributors, 206 Fourth s'-reet, $4,000 remodeling; Mel Rilcy, $95 for steps and patio at 1314 Broadway; Don Umbargcr, $500 for window and wa'.lcs at 518 Hanna street; Richard Bailey, $1,880 garage at 3035 Broadway. Here's what you get. . . 19.57 ELGIN 7'/z H.P. MOTOR • Forward—Neutral Clutch • Easy operation Reg. $189.50 ELGIN 14 FT. ALUMINUM BOAT • Sturdy construction • Styrofoam Flotation under seats. Reg. $285.00 ELGtN 750 LB. CAPACITY TRAILER • Torsion bar suspension • Sturdy frame. Reg. $134.50 BUY The Whole Combination For Just '50°° <j\t d down NOW ONLY *488 .00 Here's what you gel. . . I9S7 ELGIN 12 H. P. MOTOR • F-N-R Gearshift • 6 Gal. Fuel Tank Reg. $289.50 ELGIN 14 FT. ALUMINUM BOAT • Deep and wide beamed • Maximum performance Reg. $345.00 ELGIN 750 LB. CAPACITY TKAfLER • Torsion Bar Suspension • Sturdy frame. Reg. $134.50 BUY The Whole Combination For Just 70 down NOW ONLY $ 688°° Make Sears Your Boating Headquarters "Youll Find A Better Selection" 5th and Broadway Phone 4103 -JKHtt *u>Kjy jaat" Mel Parnell Decides To Hang Up Glove BOSTON (UP) — Mel ParneU, who win more games lihan , any other southpaw pitcher in the history of the Boston Red Sox, has announced his retirement from baseball, Parnell, troubled by a bad pitching arm, told geperal manager Joe Cronin Tuesday that his Now Orleans physician advised him not lo pitch during the rest of the season. The Boston southpaw, who hasn't pitched an inning this year, asked to be kept on the Red Sox roster until July 11 when he will become a 10-yenr veteran and eligible for voluntary retirement. Cronin granted the request. JOBLESS CLAIMS STEADY INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Unemployment insurance claims last week totaled 35,450, about the same as tho week before, the Indiana Employment Security Division said today. None of the agency's 30 offices noted significant changes during the week. Claims included 4,400 from newly- unemployed persons. Ira Bastow Passes Away ROCHESTER — Ira Albert Baslow, 87, former realtor, auctioneer and farmer, passed away at 5:30 a.m. Wednesday a; Woodlawn hospital, where he had been a patient since May 8. His residence was 3303 Madison street. Born in Oakton, Va. on January 20, 1870, he was the son of John and Arabelle Bastow. The deceas-1 C___.,_IK, i_j. j ~t ed resided in this vicinity for the lhorma "y Introduced past 70 years. To Public in Russia His first marriage on April 7, 1891 was to Viola N. Gottschalk, who died on June 22, 1951. He married Marie Ewer on March 1G, 1952. Bastow was a member of the Chase-Miller chapel'with the Rov. M. L. Robinson officiating, Burial will be made in Rock Creek cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel. POWERS Final rites for John F. (Dick) Powers, 73, 1317 Smead, will be conducted at 9 a.m. Saturday at St. Vincent's church with Msgr. j John P. Schall officiating. Burial j will be made in St. Vincent's cemetery. The body is at the Kroeger funeral home where friends may call after noon Thursday. The Eagles will conduct rites there at 7:15 p.m. Friday and Ihe Rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. Rochester First Baptist church and the Lions club. Survivors include: the wife; a son, Francis, of Skokie, III.; two daughters, Mrs. Edna Marshman, of Mishawaka and Mrs. Ho Ahlstrom, of Rochester; four grandchildren and five great grandchildren; a brother. Charles, Erie, Pa.; and a sister, Mrs. Hattie Bell, of Oakton, Pa. Funeral'services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Friday at the Zimmerman funeral home with the Rev. Richard Mitchell in charge. Burial will be made in the Rochester cemetery. Friends may call at the mortuary after nesday. 7 p.m. Wed- Installment Buying MOSCOW (UP) — Russians scon will experience the delights—and the worry—of buying on the installment plan. ' The introduction <if what is an entirely novel financing system in the Soviet has been announced by of Internal Trade D.V. called in Russian and foreign correspondents to make the announcement. He said credit buyJ ^j Qm j p armer Dies After Long Illness Minister Pavlov. - Pavlov Hot Weather Threatening New Assault Hoosiers' Respite From Torrid Temperatures May Be Short-lived Says Weather Bureau By UNITED PRESS Cooler air with less humidify in it washed Indiana with a welcome wave today, breaking the seasons first hot spell. But the relief may be short- lived. The five-day outlook to the period Thursday through next Monday called for temperatures averaging 3 to 7 degrees above normal, with a warm-up coming Thursday and staying around the rest of the period. Meanwhile, however, temperatures dropped into the 50s early this morning and high readings ranging from 7G in the north to 84 in the south were due to replace temperatures in the 9Qs in the daytime and the 70s at night. TJie cool-off came on the heels of more damaging thunderstorms and windstorms which dumped moderate to heavy rain on many Indiana midseclion areas late Tuesday, including 1.35 inches at Greencastle, 1.15 at Danville, 1.08 at Kokomo, .84 at Indianapolis. The far south and the far north had precipitation but generally somewhat less than half an inch. Temperatures ranged from highs of 83 at South Bend to 91 at Evans- villo Tuesday. They dropped to lows from 55 at Lafayette to 64 at Evansville during the night. Highs Thursday will range from 83 to 86 as the warm-up takes hold. They probably will go even Jiigher toward the weekend, probably into the 90s, to fulfill predictions of above-normal averages, since the normal highs are 80 to 89 and the normal lows 59 to 70. There may be more showers in the north portion Thursday night. But for the entire area the periods precipitation will consist only oJ showers about Sunday, averaging less than one-fourth of an inch. Storms caused extensive damage at Mishawaka and in Lagrange County Tuesday night. Wind laslied the northeast section of Lngrange County, causing an estimated $50,000 damage. Trees were uprooted and extensive damage caused to power and telephone lir.es. A metal tool shed on the G-eralcI G-oclienauer farm was blown apart and debris strewn over the barn- lot. The front of a house on the Marion IWiodes farm also was damaged. Harrison 4-H Boys See Demonstrations Harrison Hustlers Boys 4-H club met Tuesday at the Lucerne school at which time a heallh and safety j crowd invariably gathers when one demonstration on posture was giv- ing would be introduced in retail trade "vary shortly. It has not beon announced how much and which goods can be bought now and paid for later. But it will not include houses or automobiles. Pavlov had another surprise for the Russians. Two hundred thousand automatic vending machines will be installed soon in stores and snack bars throughout the coun- trys big cities. By dropping in their kopeks, Russians will get sandwiches, coffee, cosmetics and, perhaps, even cigarettes. A low siKh machines already have appeared in Moscow stores. They are such u novelty Uial a en by Leon Shafcr. Hick Burroughs gave a demonstration on wiring a plug for an extension cord. Art Newell presented a demonstration on forestry. A report on the 4-H round-up at Purdue University was presented by Carl Newell. Gene Swank reported on the junior leaders conference. Livestock vaccination for is ujivciled. Some of the first did not work well and there was Wie familiar sight of a man banging a machine with his fist to gel his money back. Slate 2 Drivers on Traffic Violations Two drivers were slated by city police Wednesday morning for different traffic violations. the county fair was discussed and I Robert C. Michael, of 424 Cul- record books checked. The next bortson slreot, faces a charge of reckless driving for racing his PERU—Gordon Thomas Jones, 61, a farmer residing at route 5, Peru, died at fhe residence'of Bernard Loffel, 517 West Main street, at 6:20 a.m. Wednesday, after a three-month illness. He was born in North Grove on July 23. J8!)5, Ihe son of Claude and Melissa -Murphy .Tones. His marriage in 1945 was to Ruth Gladden. The deceased belonged to the Peru Elks lodge and the Converse Masonic lodge. Surviving in addition (o the wifo arc his father; a daughter. Vickie Lynn, at home; two sislers, Mrs. E. H. Ramsey and Mrs. Vcrnon Waltz, of North Grove. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday at th« Drake-Flowers funeral home with Ihe Rev. A. W. Milcy in charge. Graveside services at Mount Hope cemetery will be under the auspices of (lie -Masonic lodge. Friends may call at Ihe funeral home, where Ihe Elks will hold ritualistic riles at 8 p.m. Friday. meeting is July 10. POLIO TOTAL TO 19 INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—The first Indiana polio case recorded by the Slate Board of Health in several weeks was placed on the recordii last week. It was from Allen Coundy, first case from that county this year. The 1957 total now stands at 19, compared with 16 this' time last year. for racing motor, and traveling at a high rale of speed on Broadway, between Third and Fourth street, at 1:30 a.m. Officers arrested Reuben Jones, 54, of route (i, Logansporl, for disobeying a slop sign at Eel River avenue and East Market street at 8:45 a.m. Goes to Poland AUROKA DROPS EST PLAN AURORA (UP) -- The Aurora City Council has dropped plans to keep the city on Eastern Standard Time the year around. Mayor Courtney Dieken threatened to veto such a resolution, apparently because a 1957 state law requires the state to return to Centra! Standard Time during seven winter months. NAMED WHEAT WINNER LAFAYETTE (UP)—John Carter, Petersburg, was named Tuesday as winner of the 1957 Pocket Area five-acre wheat contest. Carter's field was judged best in a contest covering a nine-county area in Southwestern Indiana. Virgil Gerhardt, Chandler, was second. JACOB D. BEAM (above) Is President Elsenhower's nominee to succeed retiring Joseph E. Jacobs an ambausador to Poland. Beam, -49, a foreign uervice man since 1931, currently is deputy assistant secretary of state. (Internattaivil) Auto Crash Basis Of Suit for $500 Damages of $500 are asked by Ralph Loroy Reynolds and the General Exchange Insurance corporation in a suit filed in the Cass circuit court against Blanche and Sam Crusa as the result oi an accident on June 25, 1955, at Die intersection of state road 25 and the Ballard road. The plaintiff asserts there was $500 damage to his auto in Ihe collision when a truck driven by Blanche Cruca turned lefl in front of him as he was attempting to pass it. The suit was filed through the law firm of O'Neill and O'Neill. Sleeping Tablets Caused Dcatli MICHIGAN CITY (UP) — The death of Miss Marlenc Lubs, 22, secretary to a Michigan City physician, was caused by an overdose of sleeping pills, a coroner's report said today. Coroner Sterling R, Peak placed the cause as barbiturate poisoning after studying laboratory test results. However, he delayed an otticial verdict pending an inquest. • Miss Lubs was found dead in her employer's office June 9. Bethel Bible School Schedule to Close Closing exercises of the Vacation Church School of the Bethel church will bc'hcld Friday evening. There will be a carry-in supper at 6:30 p.m. Honored at the supper will be those who have birthdays in April, May, and June and all fathers. Following the supper there will bo a program presented by the boys and girls who have been attending the school. The theme of the school has been "Wider Relationships". Mrs. Rhoda Cook is the director of the school. U. F. Budget Group To Meet Thursday The .United Fund budget committee will meet in the first of a scries of budget sessions at 7:30 o'clock Thursday evening in fund headquarters located in the city building. Anniversary "Gift" Costly MUNC1E (UP)—Leslie Anderson, 37, Muncie, was fined $H ;md given a six-monUis suspended jail term Tuesday for blacking lii.s wife's eye on their anniversary. In Loving Memory of William H. (Bill) Shaw, who passed ;iway June 10, 1056: A year has passed, but in our hearts each day there is a sadness that you are gone. Sadly missed by wife and children. SALE CALENDAR Tune 21—Lillie Newer Estate Weddington June 22—Mrs. Rose Colvin Kinehart & Sons June 29—Fred Allen Estate Rinehart & Sous Farm Fresh Eggs Top Quality, Grade A Liirge and Extra Large Logan Hatchery 824 Michigan Ave.

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