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   Logansport Press (Newspaper) - October 19, 1961, Logansport, Indiana                                THURSDAY OCTOBER THE LOGANSPORT PRESS LOGANSPORT INDIANA PAGE TWENTYTHREE for Sale CLOSE out sale of all seat covers Mehaffies 221 13th SPECIAL I960 Chevrolet VS automatic radio white tires exceptional ly clean PERCYS AUTO SALES Junction 24 and 35 Stocks Carve Out Advances NEW YORK of the specially situated oil issues were bought heavily Wednesday as the stock market carved out an irreg ular advance in moderately active CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE High Low Close Chng Wheat Dec 20314 unch Mi 209V2 208 up Vs My 212 up Jul 213 212 up Sep 21614 215 216 up trading Aside Corn from the favored oil Dec Mr My Jul 64 Trucks for Sale 1948 Ford panel good condition new tires Phone 2672 stocks traders were drawn to an assortment of issues which madejpec wide gains but the overall ket performance was spotty tors were mixed The leading j ju steels were mostly lower crafts and airlines declined An estimated billion was ep Rye 109 109 up up Vi Vs 121 unch up s 69 687s6834 off 72 73Vs73 off Vi i 754 74 75 off 7414 74 74 oft 75 75 75 unch 54 Chevrolet step van cys Auto Sales Junction 24 and SIOCK 35 added to the quoted value of stocks listed on the New York 65 61 Cushman Eagle scooter miles like new Percys Auto Sales Junction 24 and 35 FACTORTAUTHORIZED NEW CAR DEALERS CHEVROLET MANN CHEVROLET Flora Ind Phone 156 Dfflman 40123 St Rd 25 Clymeis Ind Headrickson Motor Sales Inc 417 Third St Ph 5151 WSE BuickChevroletPh 4135 2nd at Broadway Logansport rONTUC WASSONBUICKPONTIAC Delphi Ind Phone LO43040 or LO42415 RAMBLER R H RAMBLER MOTORS 801 E Main Logansport DODGE DART Thomas Everman 517 North St Dodge Darts Dodge Trucks FORDFALCON Johnson Ford 5103 25th at E Market Logansporl Winamac Motor 54 214 Monticello Winamac Ind Egg Market INDIANAPOLIS fryers 14 cents roasters 1318 Esgs A large 3637 A medium 2647 A small 1516 B large 2627 Exchange based on the rise in The Associated Press av erage The Dow Jones industrial aver age rose to The AP 60stock average ad vanced to with indus up 1437s up 2 My 143 up Jul 136 134 up 1 Soybeans j Nov 242 Up 1 Jan 246 243 24516246 up 1 Mr 249 247 up 1 Mv 253 up Chokes On Sandwich Carroll Native Djes At Frankfort Home DELPHI Final rites for Mrs Francis P 33 of Frank fort native of Cutler will be at this afternoon in the Goodj Report On The Servicemen Charles F Hardt son of Mr and Mrs Charles D Hardt of 111 llth Logansport completed recruit training Oct 6 at the win funeral home Frankfort Naval Training Center Great Burial will be in Whiteman cemeLakes 111 tery Deputy Coroner Dr Paul Van Kirk of Clinton county said death was due to strangulation Mrs Benge choked to death Tuesday morning while Military ceremonies marked the end of nine weeks of boot camp and included a full dress COUmy Sdm ucaui r iphyxiation due toparade and review before high H 3 ranking officials and civilian dig nitaries Jul 254 253 trials up rails up 20 utilities up SO 246 Of issues traced 588 adj vanced and 458 declined New up up up highs for the year totaled 40 and new lows 23 Volume rose to million Nov Dec Jan Mi Mv shares from million Tuesday Nine of the 15 most active advanced 4 declined and 2 were unchanged Prices on the American Stock Exchange also advanced Volume j was million shares compared with million Tuesday j Corporate bonds were government bonds were un up 10 up 02 off 03 off 02 off 03 utcherHogs Are 15c Higher changed to slightly higher Corporate volume on th finished steady to 15 cents higher I Wednesday after a steady to low BOMB ON NEW YORKAccordingto a New York Mirror survey if the Empire State RmM ing cross were the target of Khrushchevs bomb Manhattan island would be split in half and waters of the Hudson and East Rivers would fill the area between Eleventh and Fiftyseventh streets DPI Telcphoto eating a sandwich in her home A Frankfort emergency squad from the fire department adminis tered oxygen Survivors are her husband Richard two daughters Sandra Kay and Kathy Ann at home her mother Mrs Martha Wagon er Delphi a sister Mrs Don Clingenpeel Flora two brothers Thomas Herron Bringhurst Frank Herron Delphi Judge Norman Kiesling has or dered the jury commissioners and Royal Center Fertilizer Business Incorporated The Royal Chemical company filed articles of incorporation Wed nesday with George W Cline Cass county recorder The business which will be located on some of the property formerly used by the Indiana Grain Futures In Late Rally CHICAGO futures Cooler Weather Is Seen hi State county clerk to draw the pros pective jurors for the November term of Cass circuit court at Ml In nine weeks of the raw recruit is developed into a Navy Bluejacket ready for duty with the fleet on Monday Oct 30 amj costSi names of 10 prospective grand Bv THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I Jurors and 100 prospective petit j jurors are to oe drawn Ine Seasonably cool weather was i September term of court is now in expected all the way across In 2 Motorists Fined In Justice Court Two motorists were fined Wed nesday by Justice of the Peace Don Freehafer Fined were Paul Gordon 39 of Kokomo arrested Sept 26 by Trooper Dick Keyes for not having an operators license and costs and Anna Emley 56 of Rockfield arrested Oct 13 by Trooper Glen Hosier for driving the wrong side of the road 1 rallied in the final hour of trading j djana by Thursday in a windy Wednesday to finish mostly highcnange fr0m summery warmth of er Earlier both grains and soythe first naif Of the week mnum u Si nimiu uai sUrt Thc top price of S17 fOT i val and James McKown va e fr0rS6S butche was lhe lowest tos far of Marion Directors include the value irom mmion iuesudy Packing company in Royal Cenjteans had declined reflecting Temperatures were forecast for ter will be devoted to the manu1 hedgeselling liquidation and faj Thursday in a range from the facture and sale of fertilizer tvorable crop news The are listed as Shortcovering and speculative Earl and Ada Campbell of Rol buying on the decline accounted j high 50s to the low 70s generally normal for the latter half of Oc tober The Weather Bureau saw Hawkins 205 to 225 225 to 240 240 to 260 260 to 280 280 to 300 Sows down Boars INDIANAPOLIS GRAIN INDIANAPOLIS by local mills for grain delivered by truck No 2 new red wheat No 2 new white shelled corn No 2 new yellow shelled corn 87 No 2 new white oats 36 Ib or more 56 No 1 new crop soy beans OctoberNovember delivery Third Strict Market Lambs 18 Beef Hides Veal Hides 12 Popejoy Dressing Plant Heavy 10 Wavnes Produce Heavy Hens Leghorns 06 Woods Poultry Burnettsville Heavy Leghorns this year Sows were steady Mixed 12 and 13 grade butch Campbells and Albert Campbell of Jonesboro ers 190240 pounds brought Earl Campbell was named in to Mixed 23 grades from 220 270 pounds sold from to Mixed grade sows scaling 300400 pounds ranged from to i Receipts totaled head j about average for a Wednesday j Steers and heifers sold steady to 25 cents up Cows sold steady to weak and bulls steady to the instrument as the resident agent and the paidin capital was listed as for the upturn in all grains except no signs of any appreciable vanning before early next The change of weather isnt ex oats Rye led the advance with fu tures up more than two cents a session bushel at Chicago and three cents at Winnipeg At the close wheat was peeled to be drastic enough to offer any frost threats Nighttime lows were forecast generally unithe 40s and low 50s m strong head Receipts totaled Top price for steers was paid for some prime types scal ing pounds Choice steers pounds sold from to Most choice and Suspended Prison Terms Given Couple On Bad Check Charges Melvin Johnson 53 and his wife Beulah 46 of Eaton Rap ids were given suspended sentences on forgery charges by Judge Norman Kiesling in Cass circuit court Wednesday Prosecutor Earl Palmer recom mended the suspensions changed to higher December Showers amounting to a quar corn unchanged to of an inch lo threequarters higher December oats j may fall VrA lower December j rye l25s higher December and soybeans Lester A j higher November Horses of the late Joseph E Wfdener won the Temple Gwath mey steeplechase handicap six straight years 192530 at Bel mont Park prime pound weights j Mrs Johnson was sentenced to brought to A load of the state womens prison far one prime heifers brought and to 10 years on a charge of pass bad check for at Producers Marketing Assn 190 to 220 No 1 190 to 220 No 2 No and several loads of mixed choice and prime 324 to Sheep were steady on all class cs Choice and prime 90100 pound j tenced to prison for one to five L ij J PIl rtiiHinn ing a the local municipal utilities of fice while her husband was sen Sows down Boars down and prime native lambs for Slaughter ewes brought to years and fined for cashing Dixie Conference Formed In South a check for They were placed on probation for two years The suspensions were on condition that they re deem all the checks pay the costs totaling remain on good behavior report to Probation Of ficer Raymond Skclton and waive CROTHERSVILLE Ind extradition NEW Up to 25 Brighter Picture NEW Beam Booster Circuit NEW Cool Chassis Outfront Speaker and Controls The Dixie Conference was formed here Tuesday night by six South eastern Indiana high schools Charter members of the new conference arc Crolhersville of Jackson County New Washington Henryvillc of Clark County jVernon of Jennings County Haus cr of Bartholomew Counly and Deputy of Jefferson County President of the new league is Herman E Miller principal at Henryvillc Coach Larry Dugal of Crolhersville is vice president and Don Bryan Hauscr principal is secretarytreasurer League action will begin in the spring with track events Baseball The Johnsons were represented by Attorney George Brubaker They were returned from Michi gan by Sheriff Bernard Leavitt last week Russell Gordon of White county has been appointed special judge to hear the suit of Ivan Nickels vs Louise Nickels upon the plain tiffs motion for a change of venue from the judge Ground Breaking Set Nov 28 For Dam Groundbreaking ceremony for the Upper WabashSalamonie res ervoir at Wabash on November 28 will be attended by Douglas Nash manager of the Logansport Area Chamber of Commerce and Hollis Johnston chairman of a Chamber committee Also expected to attend are Governor Matt Welsh Senators Homer Capehart and Vance Hart ke Brig Gen Jackson Graham of Cincinnati and Col James Lewis of Louisville They will partici for September was comj pate in the launching of the larg pared with for the correest water resources project in the spending period of last year 1 stales over the weekend BOND SALES Kave chairman the Cass County Savings Bonds Committee has received a report revealing that the coun tys Savings Bonds sales total INDIANA ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE COMMISSION 301 ILLINOIS BLDG INDIANAPOLIS LEGAL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given that the Local Alcoholic BveraBe Board of Cass County Indiana will at 10 A3I on the 6 day Novem ber 15B1 at the North Court Room Court House In the City of Lnpransport Indiana in Gain County begin investigation of the applications of the following named persons requesting the issue to the applicants at the looations hereinafter set out of the Alcnholic Beverace permits of the classes hereinafter desig nated and will at said time and place receive information concerning the fitness of said applicants and the propriety of issuing the permits applied for to such applicants at the premises named Joseph John Brenner Restaur ant Beer Linuor Wine Re tailer 1415 Erie Logans port Indiana Nicholas initica Restaurant Beer Liquor TVine Retailer 323 Twelfth Logansport Indiana Lillian Purcel Restaurant Beer Liquor Wine Retailer 331 W Linden Logans port Indiana SAID INVESTIGATION WILL BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC AND PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IS REQUESTED INDIANA ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE By E G Executive Secretary loe A Harris Chairman Purdues Campus Enrollment LAFAYETTE Ind AP A huge freshman class helped send j Purdue Universitys on campus j enrollment to a record this j fall i Nelson M Parkhurst registrar j said freshman enrollment jumped from a year ago to Engineering enrollment rose toj and cross country will be added and offcampus centers en next fall and possibly some bas rolled for an overall total kelball in the 196263 season of Sale Calendar NO EXTRA COST 90 DAY INHOME SERVICE New 90 day TOTAL GUARANTEE cov ers all inhome serv ice and parts Plus full year warranty Oft picture tube 23 overall di agonal measure sq in viewable area Swivel base self leveling feet Automatic Picture Pilot per fects the picture times a second Solid Copper Circuits Bonded Filter ARCHIES RADIO TV Oct Foust Booth Oct Luth St Peters churchRineharts Oct Hinkle Grume Oct E Crume Auct Oct Hurnburg Oct Auct Nov Heaton Crume Nov Miller Slabaugh Crume Nov PhersonBridge Bridge Aucts T5th Phone 2445j Tha livtrtutKtnt titHif offer la irtt nor loliciMioit of 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