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Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, September 21, 1949
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Logansport Pharos-Tribunt RADIO COLUMN AU «ltlon» win be titled on Cen- WGJI—MatMl, TStt KC. Iral Dijilsht Savines Tim* until BcpKmber i» 194S. (PI—rail H«» fwrngrmm. 4H»—flail h»a» procraM* WMM—ColBMhla 7S» ke, WIA— Anti-Iran, aae ice. V.MAQ—SBMOUI arc fee. WEUNEMUAJ- EVENING C»ST i:00—W BBM—Beulah W.MACj—Jimmy Blale WGN—Hurleigh. .\ews WLS—Lewis News XVSAL.— Wi,rl<l New* i <:15—WL.S—.Livestock WMAQ—Beatty. News WGX—Xurmjer Please WSAL—Void's of Army WBBM—Jack Smith Show • :30 — WLS—Lono Hanger <il; WUN—Gabriel Heatter WMAQ—Six-Thirty Special WSAL—Ka^le rfhow WBBM—Club Fifteen «:43—WGX—Behind The -Story WBB.M—Murrow, News WMAQ—Kaltenborn, News WSAL—Candlelight and Siiver 1:00—WLS—Stars In The Night WGN—Ca:i You Top This? WiiAQ—This Is Your Life -WBtSAi—itr. Cnair.eleon WSAL—The Ktar= Sing T:15—WSAL—Hammond Aires 7:30—WMAQ—Great Gildersleeve WBBM—Dr. Christian W"L.S—To Be Armoxmced WGN—.International Airport WSAL.—Songs cJ Yesterday 7:5D—WGN—Bill Henry. News »:00— WGN—Fulton Lewis, Jr. WLS—lieihie's Band "WBBM—Escape WMAQ—Henry Morgan »:15—WG.N—This la 1'h» Story *:30—WGN—Family Theatre WBBM—Bins Crosby •WLS—To Be Announced Wil**^ Mr. Uist-rini Al^orney »:00—"WLS—Lawrence "Welk Show WGN—Comedy playhouse "WBBM—Burns Ana Allen WMAQ—Bis Story WSAir—Variety Club . »:SO—WGN—Hollywood Thcatr*. ' Wll-iQ—Curtain Timo WLS—On Trial WBBM—Capitol Cloak Room Screen Star Richard Dix Dies of Heart Ailment Find Man's Body in Lake HOLLYWOOD (UP) — Square- jawed Richard Dix, w'hose virile screen performances thrilled movie fans for a quarter of a century, died yesterday at the age of 54 from a chronic heart ailment. At his bedside in Hollywood Preshyterian hospital when he died HOLLAND, Michigan (UP) — was- his second wife, Virginia The badly-decomposed body of a Webster Dix. The noted actor had man was found in Lake Michigan been hospitalized since Aug. 10 yesterday and authorities believed when he-suffered a heart attack j le might have been a member of hile on a train between New York | an m-fated Chicago sailing party. nd Chicago. Until he suffered his first attack f the heart ailment a year ago, ix had remained active in pic- ures. Despite his age, he opular with movie fans who lonth in and month out sent him in mail and followed his career. The rugged actor's real name as Ernest Carleton Brimmer. He »:4o -TVSAL,—World News THVHSOAY WOJt.M-NO • :00—WBBM—Harrluijton, news \VGN-Hurleish. news •AQ—Your Neighbor «U) S—Breakfast Club iF) Lr— World News ' t-lS—WBBM—Gold Coast WGN—Two Ton Baker WSAL—Morning Melodies • :JO—WBBJl—Pickup. Time WGN—Telephone Quiz • WMAQ—Music tliai Sines • :*5—WBBM—Shoppi'jsr •' WGN"—Today's The Day WMAQ—Norman Berry. New* »:W—WBBM—Bine Crosby WLS—True Story (HJ "WMAQ—Welcome Travelers WGN—Spenocr Allen, New* WSAlj—ilornlnE Devotion* • :15—WGN—Harflinsr Sing's ' WBBM—Robert Q. Lewl» WSAL—Organ Reveries »:«—WLS—Betty Crocker t:30-^WBBM—Kibert Q. Lewis WGN—Virginia Gale WAIAQ—Marriage For Two ' WSAL-—Tune Time •:<(—WGN—Spots of Music WBBM—Robert Q. Lewis WMAQ—Thanks For Tomor- WLS—Kari And Harty .. .WSAL-^i!elody. Hour. 10:00—WBBM—Robert Q. Lewis WGN—Siegrist. News WMAQ—The Doctor's Office '' WLS^Capfjifn ' Stiibtty WSAL—What's Your Answer !•:!»—WMAQ—Lov« and I.earn -• -WGN—Ywur Marriaeo - • . • WLS—Kitchen Club WUAL—Novelesnue »»:30—iVBBM—Grand Slam WGN—Against The Storm WMAQ—Jack Borch Show WLS—Musical Chore Boys WSAL—Strike Up The Itand 1»:4»—WBBM—Rose Mary WMAQ—Lor a Law ton WLS—Bob Lvle, News WSAL—Movio Time 10:53—WSAL—Souvenir Sons 11:00—WBBM—Wendy Warren WGN—Kat« Smith Hpeuku WMAQ—Here's Norman Ross WLS^-Listcn To This WSAL—Musical Memoir* 11:15—WBBM—Aunt Jenny WGN—Doubleflay Quiz 11:30—WGN—The Temp-Tonei WBBM—Helen Trent WLS—Martha And Helen 11:45—WBBM—Our Gal WGX—Nichols. News THURSDAY AKTERNOO?) CD»T li-.Oft—WBBM—Bis Sister WGN—Let's Have Fun •WMAQ—Sews WLS—Mid-Day Matinee WSAL—Farm Fair 15:03—WSAL—Farm Fair 12:15—WBBM—Ma Perkins WMAQ—Food Magician 1!:JO—WBBM—Bentley, News WGN—Farmer's Market WLS—Farm World Today WSAL^-World News 11:45—WBBM—Guiding Llsr'it WGN—Sp*ncer Allen. New* WMAQ—The Roens WSAL—4th & Broadway 1J:55—WLS—Weather Outlook 1:00—WGN—Queen For A Day WLS—Dinner Bell Timo . WMAQ—Double' or Nothing : WBBM—Mrs. Burton WSAL—Luncheon Muslo 1:15—WBBM—Perry Mason 1:SO—WSAL—Today In Basfiball 1:25—WSAL—Baseball ' 1:30—WGN—Marriage* Bureau WLS—Er-vin Lewis. News WBBM—Nora Drake WMAQ—Today's Children 1:45—WGN—Wo Three WMAQ—Light of the World WLS—Doc Barlingliam ; WBBM'—A B.-iehter Day WSAli—Baseball J:50i—WLS— Closing Livestock - t:0o—WMAQ—Life" Can Be Beautl fttl WON—Tun»!-Test WLS—To Be Announced WBBM—David Harum 1:13—WMAQ—Road Of Life WBBM—Hilltop House *:!»—WGN—Hurlclgh. News S:30—WMAQ—Pepper Youns WLS—Ladies Be Seated WBBM— 'Wilsona'.res WGN—Rentier's Mailbag »:45—WMAQ—Rlirht to Uapiiir.es WBBM—News WGX—Franklyn MacCormac: »:53—WLS—Ted Ulalone 1:00—WMAQ—Backstags Wife WGN—Radio Quiz WBBM—Rhyme Does Pay •\VLS-Gnlan Drake 1:15—WMAQ—Stella Dallas WBBM—Life Of The Party WGN—You Can't Lose WLS—To Bo Announced 1:30—WMAQ—Lorenzo Jones WGN—Linda's First Love WBBM—News WLS—Bride anfl Groom »:43—WMA<J—Youns Wldfler Bro\vr: WBBM—.Tv.lian Bentley. New WGN—Editor's Daughter \\-SAL—Musical Scoreboard 4:00—WMAQ—A Girl Marries WGN—Nichols. News WBB1I—Paul Gibson •WLS—Variety llxtsic WSAL—Teen Time 4:15—WMAQ—Portia Faces Life WLS—Singing Strings WGN—Marshall Kent Show 4:30—WBBM—Lon Saxon Show WMAQ—Just Plain Bi!l WGN—Baker's Spotlight WLS—Lewis News 4:S5^WBBM—Lon Saxon Show 4:45—WMAQ—Front Pase Farrell : ... WGN—Sinking Story WBBM—Gold Co!>st S:00—WLS—To Be Announced WBBM—News WMAQ—Stone. News WGN—Straight Arrow J:15—WBBM—Harringrton, News - WMAQ—Dave Carrowav Shov (H) WSAL—Sacred Heart 5:30—WLS—Sky King WBBM—Curl Masse.v Tin)* WGN—Captain Midnlcht WSAL—Echoes oi Hawaii • :43—WBBM—Lowell Thomas WMAQ—Jimmy Blade WilAQ—Holunan. New* as horn July 18, 1895 in St. Paul, "inn. Dix was proud of his ancestry, e was a direct descendent of. ohn Brimmer and Elizabeth Man-' aester who crossed the Atlantic, n tho Mayflower to settle at Ply- j mouth colony. , I Dix attended grammar and high chools in St. Paul and then spent. few terms at the University ot linnesota and Northwestern uni- ersity before he decided to be- ome an actor. After appearing with stock com- anies in Illinois and New York, e was brought,.to Hollywood by liver Morosco to play in stock ere and in 1921 landed liis first ieture role in "Not Guilty." In a few years he rose to star- cm and among his successes were The Vanishing American,' '"The luarterback," "Womanhandled," Paradise for Two" and "The Red- kin." Perhaps liis greatest perfonn- nce was opposite Irene Dunne in Cimmaron." Dix led a'conservative existence .way from the studio and did not quander his earnings as a star. lo was rated a millionnaire and vhen not appearing in pictures he pent all his time on a large ranch 10 owned near Hollywood. Officials said the body, clad in bathing trunks and a sailor's jacket, had been in the water "about two weeks." It was spotted by was Tug Owner Keith Chambers. The four Chicagoans left on a trip to Michigan City, Ind., Sept. 4. The half-dressed body of Mrs. Laura Neitzel, 22, was found two later, lashed to the rigging of Construction Worker Killed Near Winamac Benjamin Cook, Laketon, Electrocuted While Clearing Timbers on Walters Bridge WIXAMAC, Ind.—A freak "accident at the site of the newly-constructed. Walters bridge near AVina- mac caused a bridge construction •worker to be electrocuted at 10:45 o£ the 20-foot boat eight miles from the entrance to the Chicago harbor. Xo trace was discovered o£ the three others—Neitzel, 29; and a Mr. and Mrs. McQuession. Cass Rural Youth Attend Tour Reunion A number of tour -members from Jass county attended the Indiana tural Youth All-Tour, reunion held Sunday, Sept. 18, at the Purdue rlarott Agricultural Center In In- lianapolis. Those attending from Casa coivn- y -were Marjorie Morgan, Dick Dickensheets, Charlcnc Greasor, J aul Seward, Daisy Beckley, Joan Maugans, Lowell Morgan, and Her- iert "Wilson \ On the following day, Marjorie Morgan, state Rural Youth treas- irer, and Lowell Morgan, district resident, attended the state Rural fouth board meeting also at Indianapolis. Former Fulton Man Dies After Operation In Long Beach, Calif. ROCHESTER. Ind. — Word has been received here that Frank E. Peterson, 6Z, former resident of j Fulton county, died in a hospital at Long Beach, .Calit., Monday night following an operation performed a week ago. Mt. Peterson had lived -in Long Beach for the past 26 years where he was engaged in the lumber business. His wife is the former Dola Miller of Newcastle township. Born April 25, 'lSS6 in, Wayne township near Marshtown, he was the son of Charles J. and Kittie Mickey Peterson. Survivors include his wife and one son. Deverl. Long Beach; his father, five brothers, Boyd. Ransford, Joe, Clarence and Walter; and two sisters, all of Rochester. Three brothers, Ransford, Boyd, and Clarence, and their father will fly to Long Beach today for funeral services and burial to be held there Thursday. Tuesday morning. Benjamin Cook, about 43, Laketon, Ind.. was killed almost instantly when he fell against a chain that was in contact with a heavily- charged electric wire. At the time of the accident. Cook, an employe of the Scutt Construction company, was helping load timbers used in building the Walters bridge over Tippecanoe river four and a half miles south ot Winamac on highway 119. While lifting one of, the heavy planks onto a truck, Cook stumbled. To keep from falling he grabbed a chain hanging from a crane nearby. At the same time the crane accidentally swung against the highline charging the chain. The electric voltage was so strong that Cook's fellow workers endangering their own lives trying to pull him free. One of the laborers himself suffered hand and foot burns from touching Cook's body. Dr. George McCasky of Winamac was called but Cook was dead before he arrived. Death was due to electrocution. The Kennedy tunera! home received the body and returned it yesterday to Laketou. King George Recovering LONDON" (UP) — Informed palace sources said yesterday that King George has recovered "remarkably" from his recent illness, eliminating any necessity for him to delegate more strenuous official duties either to the queen Princess Elizabeth. They said the 53-year-old sovereign, now vacationing in Scotland, has been fit enough in recent weeks to - dance eightsome reels and climb hills in pursuit • of grouse. Court doctors were said to be highly pleased at the effects of the St. John Commandery No. 24 Degree. Thur. Eve., 7:30 J. C. Updegraff, E. C. Malta p.m. recent operation to improve the o£ flow of blood in the king's right leg. The illness came to light only last November when Buckingham palace announced the royal visit to Australia, set for this year, had been postponed indefinitely cause o£ the seriousness of king's health. Card of Thanks We wish to express our heartfelt thanks to our many friends or and neighbors for their kind assistance and, sincere sympathy during the death o£ our dear husband, father, grandfather and brother, Mason R. Griffin, to the pastors, the Reverends Nixon and Rea, organist, Mrs. Guy Wilson, singer, Mrs. Norma, Bandelier, pall bearers, flower giris. and funeral director, Manford Wolf, also for the many lovely floral offerings and sympathy cards. Their kindness and sympathy will always be remembered. Mrs. Nina Griffin, children, grandchildren, and sisters. Coiling All Senior Girls! Just arrived! Yellow piuwale Corduroy Skirts. The Golden Rule be- the WSAL—Snorts Edition. THUHSUA* t;VK.M.\G ;DST 6:00—WBB.M—Beulah WLS—l-.o-.vts, News \VUN—Hurlelgii. News WSAU—C O'clock Edition 6:13—-WGN—Number Please WLS—Prairie Farn.er WMAQ—Morgan Beatty WBBM—Jack Smith Show WSALi—Marino Stor.v 8:25—WLS—Edwin C. Hill S:30—Wl.S—Counter Spy WBBM—Club Fifteen WMAQ—Six-Thirty Special WGN—Gabriel Heattcr WSAL,—Candlelleht And Silver 6:45—WBBM—Murroiv, News WGX—Behind The Story WMAQ—Harkness, New» 7:00—WBBM—FBI In Peace And War WON—Air Force Show WMAQ—Meredith Wilson Show WLS—The Eye WSAL—The Stars Sing 7:15—WSAL—The Grid-Gucsser 7:30—WBBM—Dr. Keen (H) WGX—Fishins & Hunting WMAQ—Father Knows Best WLS—Bond Program WSAli—Songs of i'esterday 7:45—WLS—U. S. Navy Band 7:55—WGN—Bill Henry. 'News S:00—WBBM—Suspense \VGN—Fulton Lewis, Jr. WMAQ—Kraft Music Hall WJ.S—Amateur Hour WSAL—Evening Serenade 8:15—WON—This Is The Story S:30—-WGX—To Be Announced. WBBM—Crime Photographer (H) AVMAQ—America's Song's S:45—WLS—Name A Movie S :55—WGX—News WGIx'—News 9:00—WBBM—Hallmark Playhouse WGX—This Is Paris \V.L,sj—Personal Autograph WMAQ—Supper Club WSAL—Variety Club 0:15—WLS—Personality Portrait 0:30—WBBM—First Kig-hter WMAQ—Fred Warinpr Show "\Y!L3—Someone You Know WGN—Meet Your Match 9.--15—WSAL—World Neivs WLS—The Harmonaires Heart Attack Fatal To Burlington Lady A heart attack was fatal yesterday to Mrs. Lettie Luella Tow, 72, of Burlington, who died at the home ot her daughter; Mrs. Myrtle Perkings following a week's illness. She was the widow of Ed Mrs. Tow was horn in Carroll county, April-5, 1877, daughter of William and JIalinda (Kingery) Kelley. In 1900 she was married to Ed Tow who died in 1933. She was i member of the Burlington Meth)dist church. Surviving hesides the daughter nentioned are two adopted daugh- ers, Mrs. Ruth Turner of Kokomo ,nd Mrs. Fay Chesmit of Lincoln, 11., and seven grandchildren. One daughter, Mary, died in 1905. ow. The body will be returned from he Carter funeral home at Flora o the Perkins home "Wednesday at p.m. Final rites will "be held Thursday at 2 p.m. DST in the Methodist church at Burlington. EBEN1MIEN saijs "Each family—your family—is part of America. The identity of your name should be made permanent in your community in order that the influence of its character shall continue to te helpful to those in this and of succeeding generations." Logansport Monument Co. HolHs C. Cover, Mgr. ! 407 Hanna St. Phone 3653 | For Information Fill in Your Norn* Addreu Card of Thanks WE wish to thank Mr. Getreu, Ills workmen and the other companies for their wonderful work on our new home located SOO Kloeime St. Mr. and Sirs. Michael Tocco. For Your Roofing, Siding and Sheet Metal Needs Wolf Roofing Logansport Call & Sheet 3910 Metal Co. Indiana NOTICE Inventor of Lie detector Dies STURGEON BAY. Wis. (UP) Dr. Leonardo Keeler, 46, credited vith a large share in the development of the modern lie detector, died yesterday in a hospital. Keeler, who also waged a long :ight ior acceptance oi lie detector .csts as corroborating evidence in courts, succumbed after suffering a stroke earlier in the mouth. His lorae was in Chicago. The principal of the lie detector was discovered in 1895. but Keeler was credited with refinement of Frank McCarler Dies Suddenly In Rochester Prominent Rochester Resident Suffers Fatal Heart Attack At Home ROCHESTER, Ind. — Frank R. McCarter, 77, prominent Rochester resident, died suddenly at 5:50 p. m. yesterday at his home, 325 West Seventh street. He was stricken with a heart attack while reading a newspaper. Born in Fulton county, February 16, 1S72, he was the son of William R. and Catherine Haimbaugh McCarter. His entire life had been spent in the Rochester vicinity. On October 5, 1S93, he was married to Annie Gregson. For many years Mr. McCarter was associated with the First National Bank of Rochester'of which he was still vice-president .and director. He had retired from active work in January, 1946. Active in many civic affairs, he was a member of the Masonic lodge, the nights of Pythias, the Oddfellows, Mt. Hored Encampment and the Rochester Lions club. Surviving are his wife;, one daughter, Mrs. Burdell Leiter, Rochester; and two grandchildren. The body was removed to the Zimmerman Brothers funeral home. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. All owners and drivers o£ septic tank pumping trucks and others engaged in cleaning septic tanks and vaults in Cass County must report to the Cass County Health Commissioner. Dr. H. M. Shultz at his office. 412 4th St., Logansport, Indiana as soon as possible with their trucks for registration and instructions. Must report evenings EXCEPT Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday nights. Signed: Dr. H. M. Shultz, Cass County Health Commissioner, Logansport, Indiana. Calling All Senior Girls! Just arrived' Yellow pinwale Corduroy Skirts. The Golden Rule Sl'AMSH HOI 1 DOG Take a sackftil home. lOc BAKER'S RE SI A CHANTS 5th A Itdwj. 413 Market St. 71.Y Burlington Are. Doak Denham Fine Watch, Clock nnd Jewelry Repairing, Diamond Setting nnil Ensuring. SI Eighteenth Street tlie instrument and and acceptance. its wide use Wife Granted Divorce On Amended Complaint Mrs. Caroline Royer was granted a divorce from Martin P. Royer hy Judge Clifford 0. Wild in the Cass circuit court Tuesday on her amended complaint. In the original complaint filed June 20 she had asked a limited divorce. Charles Anderson was the attorney for the plaintiff. SKATERS, ATTENTION! Meet your Skating friends of the past years at the SKATERS REUNION Spencer Park Skating Rink Thursday Nite, Sept. 22 7:30 to 10:30 P.M. Renew Old Acquaintances—Make New Friends NOW! TON! HOME PERMANENT TWICE AS EASY-TWICE AS FAST New Ton! Refill Kil. New Photo Method Directions show how Toni now waves hair in as little as 30 minutes Sl.oo New Toni SPIN Curler*. No more rubber bands—all plastic — all-in-one ! Grips ... spins ... locks with a flick of the finger. Regular Value SJ.oo *3 M VALUE City Mail le Ui • roan re vi • SEUCT « CERimR? 101 Rite fnmuv momxiKfiT ONLY $229 BUSJAHN'S DRUG STORE 308 fourth Street Phone 3774 NOTICE Cree Insurance Ageacy Office will be closed Sept. 12 to 12fith —call Phone 3177 Miss Sharp she nil! take care of von. Amoss-Martin Agency Insurance & Bonds J. Richard M.artin !10 Fourth St. Dial 4234 HOT DONUTS WHOLESALE AM) HETAIX 7:15 P. 31. to 2:()lt A. M. Bolin's Donut Shop loth and Spear 1 You'll Want The Best SAND & GRAVEL For That Job CRUSHED STONE For your driveway or lane SCAGNOLI GRAVEL & STONE CO. 900 W. Linden Ph. 3311 NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY Special Oil | .95 Permanent • LOGANSPORT BEAUTY SHOP Over Bailey's - 5th and Bdwy. DODGE-PLYMOUTH SALES & SERVICE Complete Garage & Repair Service Wheel Aligning and Balancing TOWIHG SERVICE THOMA5-EYERMAN- MEYER CO. PHONE 4811 517-19 NORTH ST. O'tftttlN PAINTS Voorhees & Son 1100 N. Third Ph. 3147 COMPLETE, EXPERT SERVICE PLANNING TO BUILD? INSIST ON QUALITY CONSTRUCTION Prepare Now For Winter We Build and Repair • Sidewalks • Porches • Basements • Flues • Garages WERNER CONSTRUCTION CO. Phone 6947 or 20332 Potatoes . Size "B" grade and pick- outs, $1.75 100 Ibs. K1ESIOG IHtOS., IXC. .Wednesday Eve., Sept. 21, 19-19 i In Loving Memory of Robert Tweedie Where Crystal streams through endless years Flow over golden sands. And where the old grow young a- gaiu, I'll clasp your dear hands. Jeannette. Coo! Weather Cool, rainy weather makes Hie ruling quality of celery excellent. >"<w is the time to ask for Kicsling Bros; tclcry at your grocers. SIGN PAINTING OF ALL KINDS DRIVE-IN SERVICE For Truck Lettering DWIGHT SAUERS Dial 8591 913 Race St.- NOTICE ROSE'S SECOND-HAND STORE Has Moved in His Building At 1219 Erie Ave. STOVES FURNITURE LINOLEUM "Stop and Shop With Ros«" EVERYBODY WELCOME Lion's Annual Auction HELP SAVf SOME CHILD'S SIGHT/ DONATIONS WANTED! Anything that can be sold for The Lion's Club Annual Auction Sale Sept. 28th Afternoon & Evening The Norton Mattress Co. WE WILL PICK UP YOUR MERCHANDISE Just Phone: MR. MORTON, 3602 or MR. COPPOCK, 4945 [f you feel the value of your merchandise is too greal to do- hate all of it to the club, we will gladly sell it for 15%. Please call before Af on. Eve, Sept. 26 IT'S DIFFERENT AMAZING, NEW, BRUSH. With Electro- Static Bristles Most attractive, compact clothes brush yet. For Home,_ office, car end travel Bristles telescope into handle for storing in suitcase, purse, dresser or glove compartment Ivory. Red, Maroon, Black, Green or Gray case with black or gray plastic bristles Attractively Boxed — makes a perfect gill icr man or woman Regular and MUady'a puna size DAV $100 " ~~~1 each 516-518 E.'Broadway Fhor.2 3167 =_.^i? WHO'S NEXT? Why winter is next! Insulation from Charley Lowe can take care of winter just as it can take care of summer. It will keep the interior of your home snug and cozy ... last a house-time. It costs you nothing as you SAVE up to ONE THIRD of your fuel bill, each year. Drive in — or phone 3666 for a FREE estimate this week. ' / TERMS ARRANGED AS LOW AS $7.80 A MONTH! DRIVE CAREFULLY! CHILDREN ARE GOING BACK TO SCHOOL! KQOFING~Co. Roofina — Siding — insulation — Floor and Wail Tile 514 Brcaav.'ay rj; o ; 3666

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