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^Tl» Pharos-Tribune. Ind. Around Town Hospital Notes Memorial Admitted: Angela A. Landis, fit, 6; Mrs. Mary Conrad. 1800 Woodlawn Ave.; Mrs. Anna Pearl Hayden, 222 Humphrey: Mrs. Mildred FouU, 28 Cleveland:- Mrs. Ada Schoenradt,- 103 W. Colfax: Debra Adair, 1126-2lstSt.: Mrs. Helen Clements, Flora; Benjamin 'F. Crousore, County Home; Mrs. Pamela Hetsko"; Bringhurst: Dennis Turnpaueh Rt. 1. ' Dismissed: Mrs. Phillip Frye and son, Fulton; Gene C Dyson, Akron; Fidelia J. Ruger. 2436 Usher St.; Mrs. Edith E. Shanks, Twelve Mile. Monticello Dismissed: Barbara Thomas. Monon; Barbara Anderson Patrick Pool, Lorraine Carver and Mrs. James Wert and son allofMontlcetlo. Rochester Admitted: Otto Cessna, Rt. 2 John Sprecher, Delong: Mrs. Ervin Bair, 520 W. Third St. Dismissed: Jim Bick, 1229 Pontiac St.: Raymond James, transferred to Canterbury Manor; Mrs. Richard Ducen- bery. Akron; Duane Nicklaus Macy; David Hoagland Mentone. Police Blotter Report Joe T. Smith, 19, of 123 Northern Ave., was arrested for resisting arrest and public intoxication Saturday at 1:05 p.m. 'by Sgt. Richard Jackson after Jackson went to investigate reports that a man was running out in front of vehicles on North Third Street. Smith will answer the charges in Logansporl City Court. Sgt. Thomas Steel assisted in the arrest. T + + D. C. Mills. 1000 West St., told Patrolman Clyde Smith that sometime around 10 p.m. Saturday a hit-and-run vehicle damaged his mailbox and post. Police are looking for a blue Pontiac or Oldsmobile in connection with the damage. Pulaski Board Meets Tonight John Carlson Baptist Speaker John Carlson, Sunday school superintendent, delivered the sermon at the annual Laymen's Sunday service at the Baptist Temple Sunday morning. Larry Danely led the men's choir. Michael Williams gave the invocation; Dean Davis, the prayer of dedication; Zane Hanna, the Scripture reading; Don Freehafer, the morning prayer; and Ron Howard, the benediction. Gary Ramcr was the organist. Cars Derail At Clymers CLYMERS - For the third lime this year Conrail freight cars derailed. Three cars and a cabin of a CK II freight train derailed around 5 p.m. Saturday from the siding passing. According to Trainmaster Don Wilkins, the accident was due to a defect in the tracks. The train was en route to Indianapolis. The cars derailed upright and there were no.injuries. Although railroad workers are at the scene, there was no disruption in service. The freight train with the remaining cars continued on to Indianapolis. Earlier, seven cars of a freight train derailed in September and one car derailed from a train in January, Boat Trailer Is Stolen MONTICELLO - A boat trailer was reported stolen in White County Sunday. Raymond Hynds, Kokomo, owner of the trailer, said he had last seen it Oct.,2. He reported the theft at 3:50 p.m. Sunday, WINAMAC - The Eastern Pulaski school board will hear an audio-visual department report tonight. THe meeting will be at 7:30 p.m. at the administrative office here. \ Mrs. Betty Hughes of the A-V department will give the report on a new program funded under Title IV. The board will also consider changing the date for the annual kindergarten-parent conference. It was originally intended to be conducted at the end of this semester. Magicians To Convene Here 2 Days The Midwest Magic Jubilee Convention and Competition will be held Oct. 28 and 29 in McHale Auditorium. Plans for the affair were announced by Jim Franks, Bunker Hill',, convention chairman and' performing magician, to members of the International Brotherhood of Magicians and the Society of American Magicians. "Logansport was chosen for the convention, primarily because in McHale Auditorium there exists one of the finest facilities in the area for our purpose," Franks said. "We are pleased with the initial response and fully expect over 100 performing magicians to attend the two-day event with several hundred amateur magicians to enjoy the convention booths, close-up demonstrations, lectures and magic competition, "he added. Jay Marshall, Chicago. 111., performing magician, will be the master of ceremonies for the competition. First prize at the magic competition will be the famous illusion "Girl from the Light" as performed by Doug Henning. Tickets will be available at McHale Auditorium and selected merchants. Monday. October 10. an Two Men Injured In Local Accidents Emotion An arm around his wife's shoulder, Yankee catcher Thurman Munson bows his head to hide his emotion early Monday after the Yanks arrived at Newark Airport from Kansas City . with the American League pennant. (UPI) r Two Retired Military Mloml Coont v . _ Resident Dies Officers Back Treaty WASHINGTON (UPI) - As one member proposed an pn*he- spot study by the entire Senate Foreign Relations Committee in Panama, two highranking retired military officers today were prepared to support the controversial canal treaties. Adm. Elmo Zumwalt, chief of naval operations from 1970 to 1974, and Gen. Maxwell Taylor, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff between 1962 and 1964, Monticello Woman Dies Local Auto Stolen From Parking Place Logansport police are looking for a 1964 Mercury that was stolen sometime Monday, Laura Beth Buck, 205-litnSt., told First Sgt. Larry Baker that her car was stolen from outside her apartment building School Bids Being Taken WALTON - Bids for Ihe new elementary building and additions to the Galveston and Lewis Cass buildings will be opened Tuesday. The Bid opening to be held in the Lewis Cass Auditorium at 4 p.m. will be the only item of business In a joint meeting of the Southeastern School Board and the Southeastern School Building Corporation Board. sometime between Sunday midnight and 7:45 a.m. Monday. First Sgt. Baker said the blue 1964 auto did not have the keys with it at the time of the theft. Sometime prior to 8:45 p.m. Saturday, license plate 9A 6900 was either lost or stolen off the 1966 auto of Jeff Roller, Rt. 4, Peru, while in Logansport, and Sandra Saltsman, 216 W. Clinton St., reported that sometime prior to 3:30 p.m. September 30 thieves stole her Schwinn Stingray from the bike rack at Fairview School, 840 S. CicottSt. The Salesman bike is valued between $30 and $50. Logansport Police reported that sometime between October 2 and Monday thieves siphoned gasoline from the Emmanuel Baptist Church bus while parked at the 3529 High Street Road church. MONTICELLO - Mrs. Faye Headdy, 78, 210 W. Washington, Monticello, died at 9:35 p.m. Sunday at White County Memorial Hospital, Born March 4, 1899, In Chalmers, she was the daughter of Wallace and Stella Hileman Nance. She was marrjed Oct. 25, 1922 to Roy Headdy, who died Sept! 8,1964. A white County resident all of , her life, she was a member of the First Baptist Church. The American Legion Auxilary, Redman Lodge; Eastern.Star, World War 1 Barracks, and the Home Demonstration Club. She worked as a Chalmers school cook and at the White County Hospital, Also, she had operated a restaurant. She moved from Chalmers to Monticello in 1960. Surviving are two sons, Howard and Dale,' 'both of Monticello: one daughter, Medlbertta Clerget, Chalmers; one sister, Margarette Zoot- man, Monticello; 11 grandchildren and eight great- grandchildren. One son and one sister . preceded her in death. Funeral services will be at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the First Baptist Church, Burial will be in the Chalmers Cemetery. Friends may call at the Miller-Voorhls Funeral Home, Monticello, from 4 to 9 p.m. Tuesday., ' were set to testify the treaties would not endanger U.S. national security. But they'll be crossing swords with Adm. Thomas Moorer, another (ormerchairman of the joint chiefs, who opposes the treaties and also was scheduled k> testify. > Sen. Frank Church, D-Idaho, a ranking member of the Senate panel, proposed the full Foreign Relations Committee travel to Panama to clear up some concerns about the treaties. Church proposed the trip during a television Interview (CBS-TV's Face the Nation) in . which he was asked if it would be a good idea for the chief Panamanian negotiator to testify about differing interpretations of some treaty provisions. ;. ; ' Carroll Board To Open Bids On Buses Tonight Mrs. Martin Expires At 86 Mrs. Josephine L. Martin. 86. 2325 High St...died at. 6 a.m. Sunday at Memorial Hospital. Born Jan, 10, 1891, in Carroll County, she was the daughter of Marion and Elizabeth Mentzer Leslie, She was married to Elmer E. Scott, who died in 1927, and Charles E. Martin, who died in 1973. ., She retired from the H. W. Gossard Company in 1957. She was a member of the Baptist Temple, Surviving are one daughter, Marjorie Frushour, 903 High St.; one stepson, John Martin, 618 Fulton; one. stepdaughter, Jeannette Meinzer, Rt. 3; one sister Nellie Leslie, West Palm Beach, Fla.; several nieces and nephews; four grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Funeral, services will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the "Fisher Funeral Home with the Rev. E. Clyde Mayfleld officiating. Burial will be in Ml. Hope Cemetery! Friends may .call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday. PERU-Roberl E. Smith. 54, Rt. 3, Peru, died at 12:23 a.m. Sunday at the Indiana University Medical Center, Indianapolis, following a one week illness. Born Aug. 25, 1923. in On-, ward, he was the son of Cecil E. and Ruby Shank Smith. His mother survives. He was married in 1950' to Nbrma Gattoli, who survives, He was an assistant engineer on the state highway commission. He had been retired from the Peru police department after 26 years ol service. He was-a member of Phi Delta Kappa, Moose Lodge, the American Legion and the Fraternal Order of Police. A veteran with the Marines in World War II, he was the Past Exalted Ruler of the Elks Lodge. Surviving with the mother and the wife are two daughters Nancy Thomson, Rt. 1, Denver; and Sheryl Smith,. Peru; one brother, Keith, Peru; and one sister, Odetta Christmann, Jackson, Fla. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at thelFlowers- Leedy Funeral Home, Peru, with. Reys. .John Sinner and Michael • Loyner officiating. Burial will be in Ml. Hope Cemetery, Peru. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Monday. . : The Elks will conduct services at 8 p.m! Monday. Auto Crash Victim's Rites Set Tuesday , WINAMAC - Funeral services for Stephen Daniel Murray, 21, of 1020 N. Agnew St., Winamac, will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at St. Peter's Catholic Church. , He was killed in an auto accident near here at 3:45 p.m. Saturday. "• Born Feb. 11. 1956, at Ch- ciago, 111., he was, the son of Malachi and Man' Gallagher Murray, both of whom survive at Winamac. He was married Oct. 22, 1974, at Winamac; to Khristine Lawrence, who also survives. An employe: of the Braun Corporation here. Murray attended Catholic Church and had been a resident of Winamac since 1972, coming here from Chicago. Surviving with the wife and parents are a daughter, Margaret Mary, at home, and a brother. Peter, Chicago. Father Paul Wohlwend will officiate at the services, Burial will be in St. Peter's Cemetery. Friends may call after noon Monday at the Frain Mortuary, where a prayer service will be conducted at 7 p.m. Monday. Two young men have been hospitalized with injuries sustained in local accidents Sunday. Dennis L. Turnpaugh, 23. Rt. 1, 'Is in fair .condition at Memorial Hospital with multiple head lacerations sustained when his auto skidded out of control in the'lOO block of Eel River Avenue and struck a tr«eal2:23a.rn: Turnpaugh was. en route south on Eel River Avenue when his. vehicle;went.into.the,. 186 foot "skid: according; to Patrolman Norman Conneli: Officer Conneli said the Turnpaugh, vehicle, went over the curbing, on the west side of the road, then came back on the pavement,, and finally skidded over the curb on the east side and struck a tree in the yard of Dora A. Spencer, 107 Eel River Ave. Joseph E. Krathwohl. 22, of 1930 Smead St.. is in fair condition at Memorial Hospital with injuries sustained Sunday at 2:10 a.m. when his car struck a utility pole in the Eastgate Shopping Plaza parking lot. U.S.24E. Patrolman Ri Richard Wells said Krathwohl was'bleeding from the mouth when he arrived at the scene. Wells said Krathwohl had been en route southwest in the parking lot W.Trlbbett Expires At 91 CAMDEfJ - Walter Blalne Tribbett, 91. a resident of Chase Center, Logansport, died at 4:35 a.m. Sunday at Logansport Memorial Hospital. He had been a patient at the hospital a week. Born Oct. 30, 1885, in Carroll County, he was the son of George Washington and Plumea M. Perry Tribbett. He was married in Delphi in 1908 to Goldie Campbell, who died May 29,1953. He was then married to Ruby Jones who survives. A retired laborer, Tribbett was a member,of the Logansport Eagles Lodge, Surviving are two sons, Cloyd H , Glendora, "Mich., and Gerald H., Rt. 4. Logansport; two daughters, Jean F. Pearson, Coldwater, Mich., and Donna Mossi Rt: 3, Delphi; 11 grandchildren and 28 great- grandchildren. Two sons, one daughter, one granddaughter, two great- grandchildren, two brothers and three sisters preceded him In death. Services will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Sullivan Funeral 'Home, the Rev. Ray French officiating. Burial will be in Delphi IOOF Cemetery. Friends may call after 4 p.m. Tuesday. Edith Adams Succumbs Mrs. Landis' Brother Dies for 69, WABASH - Services Herman Sundheimer, brother of Mrs. Mildred Landis of Burenttsville, will be at 2 p.m. ; Tuesday at the Eddingfield mortuary here. Burial will be in Fall* cemetery. . A World War II veteran, he died Sunday in the Wabash County Hospital. Surviving are the wife, two brothers and two sisters, Friends may call at the mortuary. Wires, Heated Motors Cause Local Fire Calls Logansport firemen were called out four times Saturday and Friday. Fire units were called to the residence of Gale Mann and Bill Wilson, ISM High St., at 10:35 p.m. Saturday when they detected smoke. Investigation showed that electrical wires were rubbing against tree limbs, causing the smoke smell. Assistant Chief Bill Cox related. A furnace motor overheated at the residence of Ton! Swbher: 27 ScMete Rd.. at 10:29 p.m. Saturday. The fire was out. on arrival and units cleared the tcene at 1,0:45 j>.m., according to Capt. Donald Drake. ' Firemen were called to-the Logansport Mobile Homes Park, U.S. 24 W., at 9:51 pm. Friday when an. overheated furnace motor triggered 'a smoke detector device at the' residence ol Harry Conrad. Fireman D. D. Kurilz said there was smoke damage, but no fire developed. . Also Friday, firemen were called to 18th and Jefferson Streets at 3:20 p.m. when the carburetor on an auto back- FLORA - The Carroll school board tonight will accept bids on two new school buses. The meeting is slated to start at 7:30 p.m. in the administration office here. Besides accepting the bus bids/the board will also discuss quotes on strobe lights for school buses. • Professional staff considerations Include a maternity leave request from Mrs: Jeanne Sagcr; a music, teacher resignation, employment of Sandra Bell as half-time Kin-, dergarlen teacher at Burlington, transfer of a halftime kindergarten teacher-at Burlington to Flora, and contract adjustment for a guidance counselor. four professional meeting requests will be considered." Approval of the hiring of Mrs. Carolyn Gilbert as a guidance counselor and administrative aid at the high school will be sought. WINAMAC—The proposed county tax rate for Pulaski County was cut from $ 1.279 to 91 cents by representatives of the State Tax Board. This reduction brings the county tax levy down to within the frozen levy. However: an .appeal has been made by the county council to the State Board of ,Tax Commissioners to allow some expenses outside the freeze. If the appeal is •granted, the county rate would then be increased. County Auditor Sheryl Passmore .explained that the operating balance was cut on each fund included in the county •tax rate, except th&hond fund. This means that advance draws will probably be used to operate until the .tax funds are available, which usually occurs In late May. ... The field examiners also made reductions in the proposed tax rates for both school, districts.'The Eastern PulatW School Corporation rate WM reduced from w.03 to K.n, An extracurricular assign- „_.„__. „„„_..„„„„. fired. No fireoccurred and unit*- men! will be discussed and the and West Central from B M to returned to the station In eight board and administration .will » 88 E*chtow«hto rate WM minutes, according to Capt.- contlnueihelrbuildlngprogram "abn cot «§ we the library Joseph Casallni. discussions with the architect , rates, with the exception of the i Tax Rate Cut Montery-Tippecanoe library rate which,ramalns-the same/ The 'town rates of Winamac, Monterey and Medaryville were ' reduced, with Francesville remaining the same. Following are the; proposed total rates for each taxing unit for 197V following-the hearings by the field examiners, with the current rate In parenthesis for comparison. If the appeal before the tax contra) board is granted, the rates will go up. Beaver II, 17.01 ($5.58); Beaver, 16.52 ($6.67);, Cass, J6.55 ($6.70); Franklin, $7.05 ($5.66): Harrison, $7.08 ($5.64); Indian Creek, 16.98 ($$.57); Jefferson, $6.59 ($8.72); East Jefferson, $7.08 ($5,63); Monroe, $6.97 ($5.50) Salem. $6.63 ($6:70); Van Buren, $7.05 <».»);• White Post, $6.65 . ($6.W>; 'Fran- ceiville,; $7.63 ($7.94); Medaryville, 18.77 ($9.ll); Winamac. $8.64 ($6.33). The final determinaUons will be made by the State Tax Board In Indianapolis. ' • The total rates of North ,Cass,. • Rich* Grow,'•- Tlppctfiim ( And * Monterey: are not Available because they are wtthln other school districts: - Flora Moore Former Local Resident, Dies KOKOMO - Mrs Flora 0, Moore, 82, former Logansport resident, died at 4:30 a.m. Sunday at 'South Bend Memorial Hospital. Death followed an extended illness. Born Sept. 29. 1895, in 'Grant County, she was the daughter of Grant and Arnetta . Palmer Cook, She was. married in 1913 to Guy Pettay, who died In 1922, In 1933, she was married to Howard Moore, who died in 1953. :.... .Mrs.. Moore was, a charter, member pf the Forest Lawn Nazarene Church here and was also a member of the South Kokomo WCTU, Kokomo Rescue Mission and the Busy Bees social group. She was a long-time resident of 1518 .E. Market St., Logan-, sport, and attended Market Street United Methodist Church while a 'Logansport resident. She also lived in Galveston a /lumber of yean. Survivors include two -, daughters, Mrs. Helen Yater . and Mrs. Margaret Spane, both of Kokomo; two sons, Wayne, Kokomo, and C. E. (Gene). Rt. 1, Peru; 11 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren and one brother. Earl Cook, Sterling. III. Services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Ellers Chapel. Kokomo, the 'Rev. Marlin Moyer, officiating. Burial will be in Crown Point Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 p.m.,Tuesday. Eye* Services To Be Tuesday Funeral services for'Miami May Eyce, 82, 114 Eel River Ave., will be at, 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at .the 1 Marocco Funeral Chapel. She was born Feb. 17,1895. Surviving to one sister. Sarah Goodman. Lafayette. The Rev. Paul Grant will (Mettle; Burial will be in Mount Hope Cemetery. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Monday. ' \ . - PERU - Mrs. Edith M. Adams. 77, of 224 Adams, Peru, died at midnight Saturday at Dukes Hospital. Born Jan. 7, 1900, in Miami County, she was the daughter of Willie and Anna Young Johnson. She was married Sept. 22, 1923,; to Henry B. Adams, who survives. A member of Main Street United Methodist Church, Mrs. Adams is also survived by a brother, Leonard A. Johnson, Orlando, Fla., and two sisters, Mrs. Lewella Fisher, Peru, and Miss Viola Johnson, Los Angeles, Calif. One sister preceded her in death. Services will be at U a.m. Wednesday at the Eikenberry- Eddy Funeral Home, the Rev. John Siner officiating. Burial wiil be in Mt. Hope Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday. Death Claims E. D. Swisher ROYAL CENTER — Eugene D, Swisher, 56, of 108 Day St., Royal Center, was found dead at 8:45 a:m. Sunday at his home. The death was attributed to natural causes. Born May 3, 1921, in Royal Center, he was the son of Jesse E. and Henrietta J. Kisler Swisher. He was married June 15, 1946, at Monticello, to Georgians Rhody, who died AprU27,1977. A self-employed carpenter, Swisher was a World War II Army veteran and member of the Logansport VFW and American Legion. . Surviving are four sons, Thomas E:, Logansport; Michael, Hagerstown. Md.; and Charles and Mark, both at borne: one daughter. Mrs. Carol Hoffman. Logansport; one' brother, Richard E.. Rt l, Royal Center; two sisters, Mrs. Nellie Pherson, Anderson, and Mrs. Helen A. Robinson, Rt. 1, when his vehicle struck the utility pole. Two sports cars in the sales lot of Donate and Sons Motors. U.S. 24 W;, were damaged Sunday afternoon when a trailer came loose from the vehicle pulling it, and struck one of the two cars, pushing that car into -the other sports vehicle. . • Sgt.. Steve Thompson said Ronald M. Phillips. 38, Peru, .was headed west on U.S. 24 W. .in a truck, pulling a trailer, at "I2:50p.m. , • • When the Phillips vehicle crossed the railroad tracks on U.S. 24, just east of the car dealership, the trailer came loose and traveled off the north side of the highway for some 460 feet before striking a TR 7 Triumph. The first Triumph was pushed into a second Triumph upon impact, police said. Damage to the two sports cars was estimated at $3,000. and Thompson arrested Phillips for towing without chains. Gilbert W. Theriault, 49, Rt. 1, Lucerne, was arrested for failure of duty upon striking an unattended vehicle and driving under the influence Saturday at 2:30 a.m.. by Sgt. Steve Thompson. • Thompson said he stopped the Theriault vehicle at Cliff Drive and Burlington Avenue in Logansport Theriault is charged with striking the 1972 auto of Mark D. Comerford, 23, Peru, in Walton earlier Saturday .morning, and then leaving the scene. William E. Hickman, 68. Royal Center, was arrested for driving under the influence after his car allegedly struck the' parked car of Harry L. Johnston,-Rt. 1. Rochester, in a parking lot at 416 High St.. Saturday at 2:02 p.m. Patrolman Phillip Nolle said Hickman was .headed north in the parking lot and was parking his car when. he struck the Johnston car. Pearl Mayhill Succumbs At 83 • Funeral services for Pearl G. Mayhill. 83, 531'* W. Linden Ave., will be at 2 p.m.' Tuesday , at Fisher Funeral Home. She died at 10:35 p.m. ' Saturday at Chase Center. Born Jan. 5. 1894, in Logansport, she was the daughter of George and Martha Updegraf Atwood. She was married to Fred Mayhill, who died Nov. 23, I960. A me'mber of the -North Third Street United Methodist Church, she retired as a cook from Memorial Hospital. Surviving are three sons, Lowell, 18 Center St.; Roland, 1800 Clifton Ave.: and Persing, Monticello; two daughters, Beverly Hetiinger, 1920 Spear St.; and Imogene Spopner. Richmond, Calif.; one sister, Pauline Menke, Mansfield, Ohio: 22 grandchildren; and 22 great-grandchildren. Two brothers, four sisters and one son preceded her in death. The Rev. Bill Ctitshaw will officiate. Burial will be in Mt. Hope Cemetery. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Monday. Today's Markets INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) Livestock: Hogs 2,000; barrows and gilts weak to SO lower, No 1-3 JOO-240 Ib 41.00-11.50, 2-3 240-270 Ib 40.SM1.00; sows steady to 50 lower. No 1-3 300-550 Ib 34.5037.50, tew 31,005. Cattle l,W>; slaughter steers and heffcn steady, Instances so higher --on choice heiers; cows 1.00-1.50. Instances 2.00, lower; bulls steady to strong; choice Steers 42.tM3.Ot, mixed good and choice 41.00-42.SO, good 39.0Ml.St, standard and low good 35.St-3t.dO; slaughter heifers choice 3t.0Mt.00, one load 41.50, mixed good and choice 3t.tO-3t.SO. good 35.tt-3t.00, standard and low good 32:5035.00; cows utility 24.tO-8.tt. a lew high dressing 2S.Ot-K.Ot, cutter 22,00-24,00, canner 30.0022.00: bulls yield grade l 30.5033.00, high dressing individual 34.00. Sheep" to,- slaughter lambs steady, instances 50 Winer; •wes scare*; wooled slaughter lamb* few choice 4f.OMt.Ot; (laughter ew*» lew cull to good 10.00, Indiana Direct Hogs " By United Press International A range of prices at 70 Indiana rural markets: Demand moderate to good: barrows and gilts steady to 25 lower, instances 50 lower. No i- 2 200-230 Ib 40.00-40.75, some 41.00 at selected country points. No 1-3 200-240 Ib 39.75-40.25, No 2-3 240-2(0 Ib 3» 00-40.00: sows uneven. mostly steady, instances 50 higher. No 1-3 30t-COO Ib 34.00-W.50. " CHICAGO (UPI) - Wheat and soybeans were Irregularly higher, con) mlwd and oats fractionally higher, at the opcfrinc todiy oo UK Qitciy> BMTdofTnde. Wheat was unchanged to up cents; com off oats up * to H; • up 3<A to 4!*. ' The prices: Wheat Dee to up 1; soybeans 1H; Mar U; May Royal Center; and five grand- JJJunS? «W1*B»- '_. . . Cern Dec 2.M-2.13V unen to Services will be at 1 p.m. «p * : m, 2124-123 up••« to Wednesday at the Harrison •*;Hay ••u?%-tsnt 19 4. Garden Chapel, Royal Center, Otto nte 2,S4* sp i* ; uu the Rev. Howard Western officiating. Burial with military '*r Oate "me UH& i*> V May ia>) Sorbeaos Nov 5J*-5J7 graveside rite* will be in toe KlitlerCemetery. Friends may call after 1 p.m. Tuesday. "•> -.-••-. ^:. ; . Mar J.72-S.7S up 3 10 4. The otttUe markets |» 4;

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