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Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, June 28, 1957
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Friday Evening, June 28, 1957. 10 FOR RENT a. Apartments 3-ROOM modern furnished apartment. 1300 North Third St. Ph. 6051. MODERN 5 room furnished apartment, close-in. Phone 4717 or 50033. 2-BEDROOM furnished apartment 317% 13th. Apply 1228 East Market. KEEP cool, downstairs apartment, children welcome. Water street at Lobelia. MODERN 7 4 room furnished apartment. Inquire 236 Wheatland Ave. after 5:00. 3-ROOM, newly decorated, tile bath, shower, automatic heat, soft water, unfurnished apart ment, no children available July 1. Call apartment 1, 912 Market. NICE clean one-roorn furnished apartment. 208 Eel River. Phone 2367. FURNISHED apartments. Inquire small house 12 East Miami. 4- room mod. apt. Fine condition. Adults. Ph. 6734. FOR RENT: 4-room unfurnished downtown apartment. Ph. 4365. DOWNSTAIRS apartment, 3 large rooms and bath, furnished, all modern, electric garbage disposal unit and TV outlet. Ph. 3824 or 3924. 4-ROOM unfurnished upper apartment, newly decorated. Phone 3659. NEWLY decorated 2 room furnished apartments. Phone 21588 or 4976. 3-ROOM modern unfurnished up per, heat and water furnished. 815 17th after 5 or phone 8416 anytime. e. Cottages COTTAGE LAKE Tippecanoe. Private bathing beach, in front. Pier and boat. Judd Matthews. Phone 40706. IT. FOR SALE CHINA cupboard, bookcases, wall cabinets, kitchen cabinet. Boyd's, 1200 Erie Ave. BATHROOM sets, apartment gas stove, porch gliders, washing machines. Boyd's, 1200 -Erie Ave. JVING room suite, chest of drawers, bed and springs, dressers. Boyd's, 1200 Erie Ave. KITCHEN-MAID natural birch kitchens, custom fit to your space. On display at A. J. Schmidt Co., 415 Eighth. WHOLESALE Refrigerators, ranges, air conditioners and televisions. Phone 40001. b. Miscellaneous NEW 2957 housetrailer for rent, for young couple, child accepted. Write A-336, this newspaper. 95-FT. metal lawn fence and 5 cedar posts, $20. Ph. 20125. MARTIN 75 outboard motor, V& horsepower, in very good condition, $75. Ph. 8438. IS YOUR BASEMENT FLOODED? Buy a Ward's SUMP PUMP Regular $59.95 Rainy Day Special $55.95 See Dick or Ike in the Basement MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. 412 E. Broadway MODERN cottage, Lake Bruce, sleeps seven, good boat. William Kurz, route 1, Kewanna. 3930. e. Houses & Duplexes 4-ROOM, country home, semi-modern. 3 miles north of Young America. George llyman, Deer Creek 41-31. 7-ROOM house, located in Camdcn. Phone 3006, Walton. FOR RENT: 5 rooms. 101 W. Ottawa. Call Kewanna 2712. FOR SALE: Boodle-Buggy Witt pad, excellent condition. Cal 78(19. BABY buggy and stroller. Ph. 813G SPECIALS on the finest in new or used appliances, we take trade ins. Boats, ponies, trailers. Wallar's, Burrows. UNDERWOOD standard typewrit er, excellent; double Hollywooc bed, innerspring mattresses. 21177. 1-ROOM house, unfurnished. Ph. 8252. f. Rooms PLP^ASANT front Bleeping room, private entrance. 900 East Broadway. NICK large sleeping room, girls preferred. 200 Eel River. Phone 23C7. r, vvith or without private baths, parking. 719 K. Market. Light housekeeping room, turn. 22 West Ottawa. PLEASANT room, man, private 1 home. 515 King .St. Phone 20808. CLEAN, comfortable siceping rooms, steam heat, close in. Ph. 20371. DOUBLE sleeping room, 2 employed girls. Phone 21116. 11. FOR SALE a. Hoi sohold Goods TAKE over payments on Motpolnl automatic washer, $5 clown, $1.35 a week. Goodyear Service. Ph. 2917. Sixth and Broadway. USKD appliances, Frlgldaire refrigerator, Wu.sllnKhuu.se electric range, Dowaglac oil water healer, wringer type washer. Marshall Chevrolet, "Your Electric Appliance Denier." Royal Center, Ind. Phone 22115. USl';D~TIlADK-iNS-Anti(|ue platform rfltker, $15; anUciue aufa with down pillows, $35; 2-picce living room unite, 520; 5-plcce chrome dinette nut, $20; full sl'/.u metal hud and. coil iiprinKK, $15. Bennett Furniture Co., 313-315 K. Broadway. »-FT." CnmIey~Hhe1vador, $41). Inquire 77 Illlli St. WKSTINGIl O US '/"refrigerator,' large frew-er; apartment ni/e refrigerator; aparmtenl td/.c KIIK Hlove. Boyd'.s, 1200 Krie Avu. KOir~SALI<ir~l/Hed Wc3tlnghou.se Laundromat, reconditioned, 1 yr. warranty, $00.IW anil nld wisher. Bi'iKKH Electric Co., 203-20!; r'lflh. SEE THESE BEAUTIFUL IOWIDES at BAIRD MOBILE HOMES * 45-ft. Anderson * 40-ft. 1'acemaker * 42-ft. Champion * 50-ft. Dctroiler * 42-ft, Schult * 45-ft. Groat Lakes * 48-ft. Skyline * 47-fl. Clear 8-ft. Wide Priced from $1,3115 and up One, two and three hcdc'ooms with over 40 new and used mobile homes. WE TRADE FOtt USED TRAILERS AND FURNITURE Before Buying, See BAIRD'S 2 miles south of Peru on US 31 I'hone 1'eiu GKidlcy 3-U808 11. FOR SALE d. Poultry, Eggs, Baby Chix BABY ducks, goslings and chicki. Some started chicks. Kfng's Hatchery, 6th and North. 370 3-week Hi-Line 'pullets. Hizer Hatchery, Grass Creek. f. Wearing Apparel SPECIAL SUMMER BARGAINS See our 5c and lOc rack. THRIFT SHOP, 411 E. Market . Looking Ahead to Fall? WARD'S HAVE THRI-LLING NEW COLLECTIONS OF 1957 COAT FASHIONS $1 YES, MAM! $1 DOWN RESERVES YOUR SELECTION UNTIL NOVEMBER 1st. WHY DON'T YOU VISIT WARDS FASHION DEPARTMENT TODAY! YOU'LL SEE THE NEW STRIPED ORLON - DYNEL COAT THAT SOLD LAST YEAR 'EVERYWHERE FOR ?98 TO $110. Now at Wards for Only $69.88 Montgomery Ward 412 E. Broadway Phone 4183 13. REAL ESTATE 2-BEDROOM modern home, possession soon. Ph. 4439. BOY'S boxer longies, 89c; guaranteed men's triple seamed bib overalls, $2.98. Batgain Center, 322 Third. h. Wanted to buy WE buy men's good used clothing, shoes and hats. Perfect Cleaners. 324 • 4th. Phono 3G10. 12. GOOD THINGS TO EAT a. D rested Fowls, Meats WHITE Rock friers. Ph. Lucerne 2208. b. Fruits, Vegetables RASPBERRIES. Russell Bcving- lon Farm, 3 miles cast, 1'A miles south, Walton. FRESH home grown country peas. Also fresh load of watermelons, 75c to $1.25. Rock Valley Market. 12 miles west of Logansport on highway 25. RASPBERRIES, CHERRIES AND CURRANTS GARRISON ORCHARDS East Sycamore Road Kolcomo, Indiana Phone GL-WI7U2 ICE cold watermelon, wholesale or retail; seed potatoes; bananas and berries. Sam Berkshire, 425 Clcolt. Open evenings. 13. REAL ESTATE HOUSCTRAILKRS This is no special, but everyday prices. $500 to $1500 off on all new trailers. Anoka Trailer Sales, •1 miles S. E. of Logansport on 35. 'OR SALE: lined refrigerators $3f up." General Supply Co. Phono 4(1001. SHAFER LAKE HOME FOR KALE—Now 2' bedroom, living room with dining area, kitchen and batli with shower, awnings, boat, furnished; BOX 100 lot on point in new addition. $7,000, R. C. McCOUMICK, 1104 West Main Street, Cruwfordsvillc, Indiana. Phone 3272-W. a. Houjei' • •i-ROOM house for sale. 1107 S. Cicott. Phone 7028. PLAY SAND, 151ack Dirt. Phone 40173. f'EKREE"ft"SMI'ITf. Mobilo" Home Kales, Akron, Ind., Ph. TW-3-32Uf or TW-3-2075. 'A mi. S. Akron. UOUSETRAILERS -and accessories Buy, sell or trade. 2 mi. N. W on U. S. 36. Maple Springs. c. Musical Instruments ' USED APPLIANCES Pliilco refrigerator with full freezer— $99.50 Kelvinnlor Refrigerator— < $74.50 Frlgiduirc KefriKuriilor— ' $59.95 Bandix Washer, very nico— $74.50' Kenmore Washer, semiautomatic— $-19.95 * Terms Available Jackson-Kkchel "Your International HarvcHtar Dealer" 510 HiRh Strcot Phono 301)5 USEDWURLITZER SPINET ORGAN Like new. $10,00 down, balance- on low monthly payments. RAMSEYIiR PIANO COMPANY 320 West Taylor Strcot Kokomn, Indiana N'KW and imcd pianos of nil types l ( 'of the most for your money, se< C. ,1. Irwln Piano Tuning Service 2111) llacn St., Rochester, Ind. ~~""uSKi)~Sl'lNKT PIANOS Three used Spinels to choose from, all in excellent condition. A.ssurno stnull monthly payments. Strange Music House at Marocco'.s, Ml K. liroudwuy. USED SPINET PIANOS Very good condition, $10 down, balance in small monthly payments. RAMSEYER PIANO COMPANY 320 West Taylor Street Koknmo, Indiana FOR SALE: Good buy in duplex. Phone 50425 before 1 p.m. FOR SALE EIGHT ROOM houBO, 5 down, 3 up. Good income property. $135 per month, 723 Wheatland Ave. May be Inspected. Price $10,500. FOUR BEDROOM house with full bath down, oil heat, (107 W. Hroadwuy. May bu inspected. Price $10,000, Nice lot Lo hulUi on. Norllwlde, Southwest corner of Treen and Norero.HH streets. Size 75'xlli!>'. Price $1)00.00. Lot on WcsUido on Canter street. Between Linden and Wheatland. Size 3ll'xM2'. Nice to build on or use for parking lot. Price $700. Veronica Kroeger Estate Harold J. Tuberty, AHy. Phones <I7<ID or 31131. $500 down will buy this semi-modern 3 bedroom east side house.. A little rough, asking $5,000. $800 down will buy this semi-modern double on Wheatland Ave. Full price, $5,000. $1,000 down will buy this darling 2 bedroom home. All newly remodeled, large L shaped living room. Small but nicely landscaped lot. $1,000 down will buy this 0 year old north side home. Cute and all modern 2 bedroom. Full price, $8,000. ipoo down will buy this B',4 A. baby farm in city limits. Semi-modern cottage, outbldgs. Corn crop to go. All for $8,000. $1,400 down will buy this west side all modern 3 bedroom home. New gas furnace, new bath. Owner transferred, will sacrifice at $9,000. $1,500 cash to mortgage will buy this 3 unit Income in Young America. Really a bargain at the total price of only $li,500. $1,500 down will buy this south side all modern 3 bedroom home. Gas furnace, full basement, ideal for recreation room. Wo can give early possession. $2,000 down may buy this cast side 2 bedroom ranch type all modern, extra insulation, full basement, garage. Beautiful yard. 30 day possession. $2,000 down will buy this cast side duplex. All modern, garage, corner lot. Let the rent help you pay for it. Otto H'lbert REALTOR l<13fi Clifton Av«. Phone 2084 13. REAL ESTATE 4-ROOM house, sun porch and back porch; also 5% acres, running spring and good well water. Sel or trade for larger place. Ph. 40583. - Owner Will Sacrifice Price — and Terms — for quick sale on this neat and unusually nice two bedroom conventional built in Rolling Ridge Add'n. Only 1 year old. Ideal for small family. Sizeable living room and' kitchen with dinette. Hardwood floors, garage, pretty landscaped yard. This ' property is among good neighbors and better homes in a rapidly growing restricted area. Quick possession. This is a rare chance to buy right and small down payment. Roselawn Add'n. Are you looking for a quality home in a choice location? We have four such homes, beautifully located in this area. See us for confidential information. DaleW.McNutt YOUR REALTOR Ph. 2928 Eve. 4886—2623—2-1767 13. REAL ESTATE a. Houses 3 BEDROOM house. Year old. Cor . nor lot. 2601 Stadium Drive. OWNER -leaving for Florida will sell 7 room modern home furn ished. Can be used as duplex Phone 50425 before 1 p.m. FOR SALE SIX ROOM Semi-modern house, '4 down, 2 up. 3 bedrooms, bath and enclosed back porch. Asbestos shingle siding. % basement. LOT approximately 33'/jxl65'. GARAGE for one car and workshop nt rear. TERMS: Not less than the appraised value to highest bidder. $500.00 cash deposit with bid. HARRY H: SIMPSON ESTATE Earl R. Palmer, Arty. Phones 4520 or 2-1450 HANNA ST. extra well kept 2 bdr. modern, Ig lot, bsmt, gar, oil furn. Contract terms. S. BURLINGTON, spacious 3 bdr. Ig. lot, 2 baths, extra nice kit, for quick sale, $8000. 925 SPEAR, exceptional mod. 3 bdr., bath and half, fireplace, bsmt, gar, DR Ig. kit. 1527 NORTH, outstanding value in 4 bdr; mod, completely redecorated, bsmt, bltins'. 523 WHEATLAND, 4 bdr. mod, gar, bsmt, $7500 with complete furnishings optional, investigate this at once for a real buy. MERRILL WILSON, Realtor Mrs. Alma Hill, Sales Hepr. 300 North St. Phone 3798 Eves. Phone 7277 or 9124 c. Farmt 80 ACRE farm near Grass Creek. $20,000. Lloyd Jefferies, Realtor, 403 East 13th. Rochester, Dial CA-3G111. 310-ACRE modern farm. Edmund Meyer, Sheldon, Wis. REPORT— nightfall, where it will join with Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribun* Fifte* Award Local Man $7,500 George Ruschkofski. of this city, was awarded $7,500 damages by a Fulton county jury Thursday iiight in his $75,000 suit against the Marson Construction company of Cambridge City and a Marson em- ploye, Lewis Simmons, also o[ Logansport, for injuries he sustained when a local electric utility pale fell on his car. . The jury of eleven men and one woman returned their verdict to Circuit Judge Frederick Rakestraw at 9:30 p.m. after almost six and a half hours deliberation. The pole fell on Ruschkofski's car in front of a residence on Wheatland avenue on March 22, 1954, while the Marson firm was engaged in replacing local utility poles and electric light lines under contract with the city of Logansport. Ruschkofski asserted he suffered a permanent spinal injury as a result. Arguments and final instructions were heard by the jurors Thursday afternoon after the defense had called Dr. Russell Eckert of Logansport, Ralph Hulsman, line foreman for the Marson company, and Dr. Paul Wilson to the stand. another storm center pushing The plaintiff and his wife then across the Plains. 'were recalled to the stand for re- The Plains states storm poured! buttal evidence, up to five inches of water in cen- The trial of the case opened Mon- James Chase Named To College Faculty As Art Professor James Keller Chase, 30, son of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Chase, 829 North street, has been named assistant professor of art at Western Michigan university, Kalamazoo, Mich. Chase has his B. S. degree in art and business and his Master's degree from Ball State Teachers college, Muncie. He previously attended Indiana university a year and Highland university, New Mexico, a year. During the past three years he has taught art in high school at Sturgis, Midi. His brother, Dudley Chase, 34, is teaching Spanish in high school at Albuquerque, N. Mex. He is * graduate of Indiana university. Their father 'is former county surveyor and their mother is the Eel township assessor. tnal Kansas, posing threats of new floods in the state. Hundreds o£ acres of farmland in Kansas already were under water, and a flash flood at MePJienson forced several families to evacuate their homes.' Showers also swept Iowa, Minnesota, Uie Da-kotos, portions of the Norlhenst and parts of. the South Atlantic Coast states. Producers Stockyards 190 to 230 No. 1 19.75 day in the circuit court at Rochester. Deaths and Funerals IAJEBBEKT Funeral services [or Eric Carl Luebbcrt, nine-day-old son of Carl .... „ and Sylvia Luebbcrt. were con- 190 to 210 -19.251 ducted Friday afternoon at the 210 to 230 18.75JKroeger chapel wilh Fr. Maurice 230 to 2\>0 : 18.25 250 to 270 17.75 270 to 300 17.00 Sows 16.00 down Sows to 300 15.50 down Boars 7.00-10.00 Stags 7.00-10.00 Hawkins Stockyards Meat Typo Above Quotations mo to 210 ., moo ia.75 , 111,35 FOR SALE—Nice house, no bath, large lot. «5II Garfield. Price $4,200. Also modern small home on contract. Phone 50425 before ] p.m. VEAR ROUND cozy little modern cottage- on south Mud Lake. Good boat and good fishing. Price $4,000. Phone 50425. NEW homes and garages, FHA terms. Walton 31)15. MODERN house, 5 rooms down, 3 rooms Furnished apurtmont up, $1)500. IBM Wright SI. NEW 3-bedroom 0. S. Steel Homos available on V. A. loans at 2% down. Dial 23D7. [•'Oil help buying or selling homes ace Ted I'erarinetlc, associated with Jou Herd Inuurunce Agency [0 other instrument can ec|unl tho WimHTZKR. Eloctronlc Piano for amazing versatility. It carrion like a suitcase. Sec it al Mygrnnl HOUHO of Music, 628 East Broadway. MODERN 3 BEDRM Liv, den, din, kit, bulltlns, down 3 rms, bath up. Glasscd-ln front porch, full bnHomonl, laundry and shower, new oil furnace and walur healer. Full lot fenc- ,ed, garage. Conveniently local- 'ctl to Franklin, Rlloy and St. Bridget schools. Exceptionally good buy nt $H500. BOB AYERS, Realtor Phono 4320 18 W. Lindon Ave. FOR SALE: 4-room seml-modorn house, garage, largo lot. Phono 65-C. Cumdori, Ind. Trade Do you own a Wcstslde homo? We have: a 3 bedroom ranch In now addition, east. The owners of this nearly new home would cmwlclar an oxclifinfte, Hurt Is an opportunity for someone. Trade 2 year old miburbun home for house in town. We have an all modern 2 bedroom wllh full buxomcnl, attached garage. One mile north im blacktop road. What linvo you? Trade We want a small farm to ox- elinnKu for our 3 bedroom home. All modern ranch type with attached garage, large lot. Real roomy and In excellent condition. Trade All modern 3 bedroom rambler home In Walton for similar nr larger older home in Logansport. Otto HUbert KEALTOtt 143B Clifton Ave, Phono 20B4 Royal Cunlcr, cor. Grunt and South Sis. S bedrrn. mod. 4 Ig. lots. LK. rms, bath, good coul furnace. Lg porch area. We'll take Logansport property In trade. 2 mi. E. of Delphi on Deer Creek. 3 bedrm., mod., except furnace. Over 6 acres with spring and creek water. $0,500. II. KHVIN HARNI3U, Realtor GDI! Hales St. Ph. 471G 210 to 230 230 lo 250 250 to 270 270 lo 300 Miller officiating. Burial was made in Alt. Mope cemetery HALL Funeral services for Elmer Hall, 71, were conducted Friday afternoon al the McCloiikcy-IIar.iiHon chapel. Burial was made in Mt. Hope cemetery. Sows ................ 16.50 down Boars .................. 10.00 down Slags .................. 10.00 down Voal .................... ... 19.00 LEWIS Graveside riles for Mrs. Nellie B. Lewis, BO, Washington, 15. C., will bu conducted at 2 p.m. Satur- J^'J; day at ML Hope cumeLery with the Rev. Kenneth Brady official ing 17.50 Wayne's Produce- Leghorn Ileus Ucuvy Hens Popojoy Drafting Plant Heavy Hens Leghorn Hens .11 .13 Third Stroot Market Veals Id Lambs 10 Veal Hides la tlncf hides 04'A Eggs .. 23 B-ROOM house, West Broadway new basement and foundation good condition, lly owner. Ph, •1«8» or 5(X((M. «2lt Front St. (! rm. mod. Llv., din., kit., buclrm, bath down, 2 Ijedrmu. up. Almost new eoal furnace. New gas water heater. On umiil! lot. $!>,SOO. 727 Iflth St. 4 bedrm. mod. 114 baths. Garage. $7,250. <I2S Whanllaml. 7 rm. mnd. A good home worth the money. $7,1500. ;!,')0 W. Miami, 7 rm. mod. Cheap for cash. $4500. S! new homes reasonable on i.oulh.slde. H. KRVIN HARNKR. Realtor MB IlulUH Si. Ph. 47 IB NKW 4-rnom house wllh gai fur nace. 51.1 13th Street. TWO YEAR OLD ;} bedroom home. Ample utor- iif[o. LarKc well landscaped corner lot. Flno quiet onsl. location. Clone to Daniel Webster school, 825 Parkway Drive. Ph. 214111. Lucerne WSCS McctlnK The '/.ton WSCS of Lucerne wil! meet at 1:30 Monday afternoon in !he church basement, wilh Mylu Clni-y serving as hostess. The meet- ln|{ dale was chunked from third to the first of July. the LOANS PLAIN NOTE—AUTO-OR OTHER PERSONAL SECURITY • CONSOLIDATE DI1T1 • CASH YOU NEID • MIDICAL BILLS • ANY GOOD PUR POM TOWN FINANCE CO. OVER DAZUY'S MARKET LOGANSPORT. INDIANA Ph. 1211 410". 6 Broadway RENT an IROHRITE AUTOMATIC IRONER JA.OO lNcluilff • £ ' rt * ' 1om * WEEK Instruction WATCH "FRONTIER" WFBM, 7,30-3:00 SUNDAY and tho Chase-Miller mortuary in charge. Two Houses Included In Series of Seven Building Permits Permits to erect two new residences were issued Friday by Robert Buck, building commissioner. Benjamin Norrls, of 1020 North Sixth street, plnns a new dwelling for $111,370 at 1025 Twentieth street. Robert Hcheclu'll will huild a new home on Hie north sido of High street road, just east of Twenty-sixth street. George Hopper will repair lire giirjigc foundation at 2130 Wright s-lrect for $50. William Weiaiid plans lo repair .he roof of his gnrnge nt MM Usher street at a cost of $1(X). The com'!, house remodi'hr.g pro- led. »f $15,935 by William Loner fc Sons also was filed. Tl. II. Hawkins will set in n $300 liorch nt Ill's home, 1121 Seven- .centli street. A $5(K) gnrnga is planned "by I'liiniMicr Dicklswi al j!2fl Wood- awn avenue. Will Award Swimming Certificates Saturday Final tests and presentation of certiflcnl.es fur registrants of the slimmer recreation swimming classes have been rescheduled for Saturday marning, according to Freil Kinder, co-director. Ruin postponed the Ki'a.'luation lercmonics, which were originally set for Friday morning. Dinner and Meeting Staged by Cub Pack Cub pack No. 312 enjoyed a weiner roast and carry-in dinner Thursday evening at Dykeman park. The roll was sounriod and games played. Larry Rogers received the Wolf badge; "Brick" Layman, the Wolf badge and a l<! and a silver arrow; Ricky Powlen got the Wolf badge; John Thomas the Bear badge and Tommy Kough, the Wolf badge and one gold and one silver arrow. Robert Kloefgan conducted the Webclo ceremony and was assisted by his two sons John, a Cub Seuut and Bob, a Scout. Webelo badges went to Mike Gibson, Mike ImJcr. Kenny Bas.«!er, and Marly Hath. The pack was presented a plaque on behalf of Webelo Den, (ho first of its kind received in !hi.s arc;). The next meeting will be a hike July 21. Members are asked lo meet nl MrKinley school at 2 p.m. Each member is asked to bring their lunch. , FURNITURE LOANS LINCOLN FINANCE COMPANY Maria Smi.it. Mgr. Phono 32M Three Divorces Granted by Judge Three divorces were granlod Friday morning in the Cuss circuit court by Jirdge Clifford 0. Wild. Mrs. Shirley Grafton was iiwanl- eel a divorce frum Donald Graft™. She fllwi was given custody of their two cliikiivn ;iml $10 per week support for each child. Tho plain- lift was represented by '.ho law firm of Landis an;l Michael. Mrs. Laura Barr was awarded a decree from William Barr. She w.'is fiivra cu.vlody <>f lln'i" !«'<> children and nn allowance of $10 'ier week for ftncb chM. She was •presented by the law firm (if N'eill am! O'Neill. Mrs. Elk-en Maiwfiold was j'l'ant- •d n divorce from Hichnnl Maiik- field. Sho was jjivon custody of their dmitihliT and $7.M) JUT week for the rhild'.s .support. She w;is repro.senlcci by (he law firm of O'Neill and O'Neill. Driver Slated After Two-Car Collision Nonrmn C. ttrndy, 23, of Columbia, Ky., emphtyi'd at tin 1 sta!» hn.spilii!, was aiTe.slod :il (i:-10 a.m. Friday after a Iwo-cnr nilliMon at Cicnlt .siren, and Cliff drivr. The defendant will be an-ai^ned in city conr! Saturday on a ohariy of failure lo yield I In 1 riglil <i( way. Police reportis] Unit Gr:idy. westbound on Cliff rtrlvi 1 . failed ID .sinp at I IIP Cicott. .street inU'r.seclion and his car collided wilh an auto, driven by Itirlmrd C. Tardy, of K)!l Kmmelt drive. The complete front end of Tardy's 1031 .«;dan was damaged, while the n'glil side of I ho Grady 1948 model was dmnuged. Funeral Saturday For William Barlow A1UJOS, Ind, — Funeral riles or William Harlow, 83, of Arnns, who died Thursday, will IIP hi-hl ;it 2 p.m. Saturday at the (Iross- nian funeral home. Ilurinl will IIB n Maplp drove cemetery. Survivors arc two daughters, two SOILS, Jil grandchildren, Ilirra Brent-grandchildren and n broUii-r. I'he huily is al. the funeral homo, where Mends may call. FLASH FLOOD— "lOCAl"-ize YOUR BILLS FOR SALE or Trado. All modern, .114 story, .') bedroom home; Inrgo closets; full basement, unclosed front and 'rear porches, extra nice bathroom and kitchen with garage and tool shed. Living room rug and drapes to no with sale. Immediate' posse.snlon. Miicy, Indiana, Funnier Realty Co., »15 .13. nth St., Rochester, ' Ind. Phono CA 3-2211); Ralph Stopp, Ros., CA ;i-fl2,'iO, FOIl SALE: 3 bedroom house, oil furnnco enclosed front and back porch, lltlffl Smead St. b. Loti LOT In Iloyul Center 80xl5« ft., Hunts, water and now newer, $1,000. Ph. iiWM 13UILD1NG sites, any si/e electricity, gas. Cash or contract, 739H. LOTS for-sale, cash or contract. 2217 Otto. Ph. D02D, c. Farmf BO acres near country club, all tillable. Barker Realtor, Fulton. CHICKEN BAR-B-Q V& CHICKEN 'SSSV.'S Prepared by professional chof S lo 8 p. m, Saturday, Juno 29rfi AT 12 MILE COMMUNITY BUtLOING Sponsored By 12 MILE 4-H FAIR BOARD Vnurvatloni acc»pUd—Phon* 40876 or 40381 Proce»d> for 4-H Premiums SALE CALENDAR Juno 20—Fred Allen Estate Rinchart & Sons June 29—Stoney Pike Roller Rink '... .Waldron July 10—Mr. Mcdford Flora Ralph Rlnchnrt & Sons July 13—Rosa Myers Est Waldron cxiendud .jiilhwk Sal-unlay Uiuony.h nexl Wednesday called for an ail- jltional an<! lu two inches of precipitation, locally "up to four or five inches" In the southeast, Many olhcr wcalhw «tation,s re- iiorlixl 2.5 laches of rain or belter, im-ong Ihi'in Mnrlinsvillc, Win- die.sto, Hoclm.iter. Also heavily .'.ached were Spencer, Coving- Ion, Ixigaiispnrl, Spencer, Itusli- ville, Seymour, Shelbyvlllc, and Vloaticello. hree rtnyfi of xlo-ndy rains po:.|- I>un<.'d Hit big parade and crowning of tho Mwnmid Festival Queen ill North W-obsUT from lonif.lil lo Sunday nf tar noon, orficinls had cx4>oclud 100.(X>0 |M>i'.wnis for I ho various events this week. The five-day forocast called for l(impi!ri«Uiix'8 averaging 3-S de- gre<« below normal innxlmunvi <>? UO-H7 north and IW-DO soulli n.'id mlnlmums of ISO-OS north to (M-71 Koath, "Only minor lcm)x*rj»l-uro flu<!- ilioiM during Uio next five dnys." Uu- forrti'iuit said. "SliowiM'ji : ilkc'ly Sunilay or Monday and again nl>oiil Wednesday." Tcmpnr.-iturcx Friday were ox- c.l«<l to riwigc from lite mlil-'/ox. north lii tilxMit BO In HIP wullicrn portion. The nvcrcury tonight will IMJ in t.lw M)n. viuvjvillo reported n high of 117 Thursday. The overnight low hit 03 al Lafayette. The flood posed potcnUaliy turl- oua henHh

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