SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1«, 1MB. *7. WANTID TO BUY BLOWER for furnace. John Trice, Rfc'l, Lucerne.: • USED spinet Phone 8983., 68. poos; OTHER PETS" REGISTERED Beagles.' A-l rabbit dogs. Pups. Ph. 53176. FOR SALE: Male Norwegian Klkhound, 2 yrs. old. 4335. COCKER Pups. Blonde. Phone 7142. THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPOR1 MESS, LOGANSPORT. INDIANA PAGE TWENTY-SEVHf 73. FARM COLUMN SMILEY Dole buildings, top a struction, tower prices. Deer Creek JB14. Royal Center Community Sal* Sale SUrta mt 1 o'clock : Every Thursday Phone J7S» Bring Cattle to'B« Twitd. by IT o'clock. Bridge & Garner, Aucta. CUTE Terrier-Beagle pups, $2.00 each. Walton Phone 3311. DOG BEDS, collars, leads, toys, cedar shavings. Buy them at Kasch's Pet & Lawn Supply 524 . E. Market. REGISTERED 3 months old Pug puppy. 1904 E. Broadway. : THOROUGHBRED Collie pups. Phone 40429. CANARIES, turtles, parakeets, mynah birds, pet supplies. ,Ph. 2268. TOY Manchester for sale. Phone 4673. 724 W. Melbourne. 69. POULTRY 225 White Rock pullets, starting "to lay. Robt. Powlen, Fulton UL-7-2592. 71. LIVESTOCK, FEED, ETC. HEREFORD bull .registered, 4 years. Carleton Cory, Middle T)n*A "I CERTIFIED LAPORTE SEED WHEAT — LESTER ELLIOTT Lucerne Phone 1-2221 LIME hauling, driveway stone, fertilizer. Ernest Homburg. Ph. McCULLOCH No. 35 gear driver, 22" chain saw, excellent.' Phone '40335. 74. FARM IMPLEMENTS FOR SALE New Idea 1 row- corn picker. Late model. Ph 12721. USED New Idea el»rtors. Scheetz Oliver Sales. Phone Lucerne 1-2535. FOR SALE: Quick-Way drag line on GMC 6 x 6. Monticello R. R. 4. George M. Marx. Road. RAMS — Hampshire, yearlings phone 56240. PUREBRED Guernsey heifer calves. Walter Hubenthal, Lucerne. PURBRED Hampshire boars. 8 months old, tested; 3'miles So. of Camden State Road 75. Isl house west on blacktop. Camden Phone 51N THE FALL RUN IS'ON AVAILABLE now, large selection of choice steer & heifer calves, all weights. Attractive prices. Harry Thorne, one mile north ol Marion on State Roads 9 & 37. MARTIN BROS. Seed Wheat Walton Phone 3854 LARGE 3 year old Conner Prairie boar with papers, $100. Burrows • 36 X or 36-C. CHOICE STOCKER AND FEEDER CALVES 500 Virginia special calves. 100 head of thin Texas Hoi- stein steers. 150 choice Hereford heifers, 350-460 Ibs. 150 choice Angus steer and heifer calves. LOGANSPORT LIVESTOCK YARDS East on 35 Phone 2937 2 Cheviot rams. Ph. 56738. Don Woodling. PUREBRED Landrace boars, cholera vaccinated, tested for Bangs and lepto. Also bred gilts. Special priced for October. Raymond Nicoll, Burnettsville. FOR SALE:: 50 nice feeder pigs. Phillip Hahn, % mile north, 1 mile west Mexico. LIVESTOCK Co. seeks/ affiliation with ambitious and! aggressive livestock man or swine producer who is bondable, financially sound-and has sales experience. Very profitable opportunity. State background in reply.. Write Box A-262, this newspaper. PUREBRED Hampshire Boars i Gilts meat type, all ages.. Paid 1 Dpversberger on Ladd farm midway between Peru and Kokomo on route 31. YEAGER & Sullivan, IDC. Guaranteed feeder pigs available at all times at Camden, Ind, TETRA-PEKTUS rye, J1.10' per bu. Phone 2508 Walton. PROFIT with feeder artfle. theuner Cattle Co., Camden BUY Hubbard's Sunshine feed, wholesale, 2-ton minimum order. Lester Elliott, wholesale distributor, Lucerne Ph. 1-2121. MARTIN steel sfloi, •com cribs, dtgtr grain bins, and utflitj ' buildings. Dale Davidson, Metet 56B5. SCt DAY BOG MARKET No yardage or commission Logansport Livestock Yards, Inc. Feeder Cattle Phone 1925 FEEDER pigs Call J D. Lesh. Deer Creek 15 or 2112. HEINOLD hog market, buying aD classes of hogs, Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. No yardage, no commission. Royal Center, Phone 3H5. 58816. 73. FARM COLUMN FRYING CHICKENS; 43 weaned pigs. Phone 2773 Twelve Mile. CURTISS FARMS Stud Service. Dudley D. Bridge.-Ph. Logins- port 3606, Royal Center XU5 Lucerne 1-MM. WE are headquarters for Pioneer and Hoir.elite chain saw sales and service. .Troutman's, Kewanna. BRADLEY wagon with bed, good; pull type Co-Op corn picker, good condition. Phone 40488. SEED WHEAT—Plant Osbom's Certified Seed Wheat for best results. See us or your local dealer. Osbom Seed Service, Culver, Ind. MORIAHfTY Pole Bufldings. New pillar beam construction. Wayot Johnson SOU. LAPORTE seed wheat, R-l, germination », test weight M. Fagan Brothers, Star City Ph. LY-5-6437. , . . GUTWEIN certified wheat of »U varieties. Elvin Sadler, Phone M150. BARGAIN New 6 ton wagon gear, short turn and hoist with 7-14 bed, 25" .sides; 2 row Oliver pull picker $2225, or cash. Other hoists, wagons, etc. Lundell Chopper $825. Deer Creek Equipment. Sales, road 29 so'uth 8 miles, east one. Phone Deer Creek 4921. WHEEL HORSE equipment, Penn's TV, Clymers. Phone Burrows 26X. FOR SALE: Just purchased brand new New Idea 2-row picker, changing occupation, do not need, nice discount. W. 0. Sheppard, Royal Center 3045. ONE 1PR pull type International picker, used 4 years. Price $275. Phone Kew,anna 653-3796. 7 1-row and 2-row New Idea pickers; also complete line of New Idea repairs. Ralph Yantis, 7 miles north on 25, % mile west. Phone 40498. Rochester 120 E. 8th Street Logoniport, 931 Whsatlond ALLXS CHALMERS Oliver Sales Service. Hoch Farm Supply, Winamac. I. L CASE, New Idea, Sales, Parts & Service. Winamac Sales Co. Ph. 38 Francesyffle LO , 7MJ1. FOR SALE: Used 34-ft. double chain elevator with 10-ft. drag. Phone 40104 or 56473. 77. MOMLE HOMES 1957 Commodore 8x42, excellent condition, winterized, 1 bedroom, washer, TV antenna, stor- ,age shed. Phone MUrdock 98907, Bunker Hill Air. Force Base. FOR SALE: 195frtrailer, 36x8, like new. Phone Walton 4251. FERREE & Smith Mobile home sales. Ph. TW-3-3J8S or TW 3- 517S. ti mi S. AkroG. HOUSETRAILEHS, accessories. Buy, sell or trade. J,mi. N. W. on U. S. 35. Maple Springs. ' SfrOP AND SHOP AT BAIRDS Biggest (election of new. and used mobile homes in this area'. OCTOBER SPECIALS , 1960 50x10 Great Lakes. 4825 1900 55x10 Detroiter .... 5175 USED 1953 40x8 Pontiae , 2290 1959 Winsor 54x10 3 Mr $5100 1952 32x8 Vagabond .....$1250 1954 32x8 Mayflower ....$1950 With good credit and as low as $95 down, a mobile home can be yours at Bairds.' If you have furniture or anything of value to trade, let Baird bid on it. BADJD'S MOBILE HOMES 1 miles south of Peru on U. S. 11 Phone GR-3-9808 79. AUTOS FOR SAIE CLEAN 1957 Ford Fairlane "560", reasonably priced. Phone 9846. UNCPLN-MHCURY-COMIT Hockman & Little, Inc., Ph. 308> Market at Eighth) Logansport HIGH QUALITY tOWER=PRICES »«W. Market Hi-Way. 24 Seventh and North 18th and Wood lawn HEAT YOUR ENTIRE HOME WITH Seethe New monoGRHii) Pure-0-Flaine GAS HEATERS Save op to 40% on Fuel Costs! • JAGOBY ON BRIDGE EVERYBODY CAN BID GRAND SLAM • .In 1931 the late_P.. Hal Sims organized a team known.as "The Four Horsemen." • The other Enjoy Total Area Comfort —whole house heating— with the newest gas heater. Completely' automatic, available for natural, manufactured and LP gas. Beautiful porcelain enamel finish ataya new looking for years and years. . • Ctwici ol wtomitk controls • A sin ttr ntrjr Iwitinf tut • Eicteiwt Mttirm Mmbntitit CllMlbM • EKknm 3-wi)r Imi werti- IJM «,000 B.T.I/. Completely installed with 500 gallon tank EASY iMONTHLY TERMS INDIAN A BOTTLED GAS Phone CA 3-5410 Phone 3851 Week-End Specials 1957 Studebaker President 4 AT, sedan, fully equipped, full pric;e $695. 1958 Mercury Hardtop, R & H, new rubber, automatic transmission, extra nice car. Was J15B5 Now $1095 Violet Ray Auto Safes Rochester, Indiana Ph. Capital 3-5418 Does the Front End of your car WOBBLE and SHAKE?? Bring It In For A Pr«-Winter Checkup Front- end alignment Front wheel bearing! cleaned and repacked Front wheel balance ALL FOR ONLY $10.95 for alliFordi and most other cart. AtWAYS Johnson Ford Sales 25th A'Market Phone 5100 tfOR SALE: .No down payment, 1956 Ford 2 door. Call 5103. Willie Newberry. 1955 Pontiac 4dr. clean, $595 1952 Chevrolet Mr, Power Glide ............'... $115 1M9 Chevrolet Panel truck $75 420 Montgomery Street M. AUTO REPAIRS, GARAGIS EXHAUST PIPES, ten pipes and guaranteed mufflers. Free installation while you wait. Joe Uhl Phone 1810. 405 Front St.'"' ... ' .. M6TORT AlflMOmAD NIW CAR MAI!** B & R RAMBLER MOTORS 801 E. Main, Logansport . DODCI DAt> Dodge, Darts, Dodge Truck* Thomas & Everman, 517 North St NMoV-MieON , Johnson Ford Sales—Ph. SUB 25th at E. Market St., Logansport Winamac Motor Co.—Ph. 214 Monticello St., Winamac, Ind. FRAZEE FORD SALES Flora. Indima Ph. IK. BlltCK. WSE Buick-Cbevrolet—Ph. 41S5 ted at Broadway, Logangport cmvKOUT MANN CHEVROLET Flora, Ind. Phone 1M Dfflnun Cherrolet-Ph. 44131 St R4 U, dynwrt, Ind. Gny Urbin Anto Co._Ph. Jin Chevrolet Salet-Kewarma. Ind. CHRYSLER - rLYMOUTH - VAUAHT Hendriekaon Motor Sales, Inc. 417 Third St , Ph, fin PONTIAC WASSON—BUICK-PONTIAC Delphi, Ind. Phone* LO-MMO or LCM-MU SINGER NORTH ' 17 AAQ1064 . . VA2 . , * KIO 5 3 ' + K2 WEST EAST 4972 * 8 5 3 VQJ1065 ' ¥9843 • 9 8 487 + 10 83 * J » 6 5 SOUTH CD) *KJ VK7 + AQJ4Z + AQ74 No one vulnerable South Wot North Xa>t 1 «• Pass 2 A ?«s 3 * Pass 3 » Pass 4 N.T. Pass 5 V -Pass 5 N.T. Pass 6 T Pass 7 N.T. Puss Pass Pass Opening lead—V.Q . members were the late Willard Karn, David Bruce and myself. Sims laid down one hard and fast rule. We were never to bid a grand slam. In that early .day, bidding just was not good enough to warrant the grand slam gamble. Today, anyone can and should bid a t grand slam when his cards call for it, but still our grand slam bidding can stand improvement. When today's hand was played in the Shreveport regional everyone reached a grand slam contract and practically everyone played for the maximum in no- trump. While there are any number of ways to bid these hands to seven, the method shown in the box is elegant and simple. North responds two spades to show his 16 high card points, good, five card suit and fine diamond support. South marks time with his three club bid and then after North shows his diamond support South is ready to go into the Blackwood routine. Once North shows two aces and two kings South is able to count 12 sure tricks, but North needs something more for his two spade bid. That_ something more has to be the queen of spades and now South is able to count 13 tricks, plus, and sees that- he has his grand slam safe against any accident. Soybeans And Wheat Gain CHICAGO (AP) - All soybean and some wheat contracts made further gains in the futures market this week, but the feed grains and rye suffered new setbacks. Strength in soybean futures stemmed mainly from a widespread belief among grainmen that a tight situation is likely to develop in beans later in the season as a result of a pronounced uptrend in soybean exports. Corn was under pressure most of the week with prices of all contracts dipping to new lows for the season or equaling previous lows. The weather recently has been ex-, cellent for maturing the corn crop' and harvesting is expected to extend over a broad area next week. At the close of trading Friday, wheat, was % higher to % lower compared with Friday a week ago. Corn finished Yt to % lower, oats % to. % lower, rye % to 1 cent lower and soybeans were up 1 to cents a bushel. Stocks Push Recovery To Second Week NEW YORK (AP)-The stock market this week extended its recovery into the 'second straight week as news and opinion regarding the economy improved somewhat. 'Trading was cut down considerably by the distraction of World Series baseball and 'also by the semi-holiday conditions prevailing on Columbus Day, Wednesday. Volume dipped to 10,966;610 shares from 12,208,820 the week before. It was the lowest total since the week ended Sept. 10 when turnover was 10,852,200 shares. Gains in auto output, rail car- loadings and personal income accompanied a reversal to the upside which came pretty strongly on Thursday after a lacklustre performance . on the first /three trading days. Published predic- dictions of an upturn in steel production then came from the heads of U.S. Steel and Republic Steel. This inspired the shares to go ahead on Friday and resulted in another fairly sharp advance. These two days of rally more than compensated for a moderate decline on Wednesday and a do- nothing performance on Monday. .The Tuesday market was an irregular affair with the popular averages up slightly. The Dow Jones industrial aver age rose 10.06 to 596.48, bringing this indicator once more close to the significant 600 level whose penetration some weeks ago led to much wailing and gnashing of teeth on Wall Street. It is now regarded as a technical barrier to further advance on the upside. Analysts believe that a decided switch in sentiment, perhaps aided by some bullish news, will be needed to hurdle this level. The Associated Press average of 60 stocks advanced 2.70 to '210.70, making the largest gain for this barometer since the week ended Aug. 27 when the net rise was 3.00. Of the 1,434 issues traded this week, 721 advanced and 552 declined. Because of the comparatively low level of the list as a whole, new lows for 1960 outnumbered new highs by 118 to 29. The most active issue this week on the American Stock Exchange was Cinerama, up % at 6% on 130,100 shares. U.S. government bonds retreated again this week while corporate prices inched sideways. The treasury market slide, extending through a third week, was not nearly as severe as the previous week when losses were the worst in seven months. Most issues closed Friday unchanged to off % point. Among corporate industrials posted a minimum gain on the AP index to equal a 1960 weekly high set in August. Utilities also had the ^smallest possible advance. Volume dipped to $21.45 million par value on the New York Stock Exchange from $22.17 million the previous week. SALE of Trade-In Machines Tradie-iwt«ep pouring in with \ the sale* of our new machine*. I .. . To dear our stock, we're I offering a group of these used I machinei at a 50% reduction I in price! All are in top work- • \ ing order and thoroughly re- f conditioned. : I Look «tMfne of theie typical I value* . . . fint-cooM, fint- I •erved. / Indonesia Wants Own Film Beauties TOKYO (AP) — "Marilyn Monroe' exit! Make away with Elizabeth Tayl'pr! Beware of cultural imperialism." That's the advice, says, an Indonesian news agency dispatch, that Prof. Prijono gave high school students at Jogjakarta this week, adding: "Why not compile pictures on our own Indonesia movie stars instead of Hollywoo kings and queens?" Lonesome In Their 50s Are Not Overlooked Here BY MARIE DAERR "I'm 50. I can't join a golden-age club until I'm W. Why aren't there organizatiosn for people my age" This is a common complaint in big cities. Recently I visited a golden-age center which believes that people in their 50s, as well as those over 60, need such a center. This is Little House in Menlo Park, near San Francisco, recently shown fiff proudly to experts on aging from all over the world. The group was in'San Francisco to attend the Fifth International Congress of Gerontology. "We believe in easing our people into the 60s," I was told. "Arid those members over 60 enjoy having the younger people with them."." Little house .is far more than an activities center. It is also i", clearing house on housing and on jobs. „If one of the members of Little House wants to find someone to.'. share an apartment, he lets Little House know. If a resident of the. area needs a part-time gardener or a practical nurse, Little House- is notified. - : ' Little House is the project of the Peninsula Volunteers, » group of welfare-minded women of San Mateo County. The women raiseH funds to build the project and continue to support it. Now they have a new project. They have acquired land -for i low-rental housing project near Little House. It will have 30 single and double apartments. • : Little House has no dues. But members drop contributions into a slit in the wall. , :, And already Little House members are working busily at articles they will sell at a fall bazaar that will raise funds for the center,^ Little House members can study German, French and Spanish at-' the center. There are classes in wearing, bridge and oil painting.'' There is a busy lending library. There are suppers and lively' dances. • . •• "Here we don't feel we are growing old," one member-told me. "We're having such a good time." ' * * * Q-My husband is 67 and I will be 65 in 1961. My husband doesn't plan to retire for a year or two. Will he lose any Social Security by- delaying his retirement?—Mrs. B. W. " " ' A—Whether he would get a smaller Social Security benefit if be" delayed retirement depends on what his earnings and on other factors in his particular case. He should get in touch with his" local Social Security office to find out the advantages and disadvantages of delaying his retirement. i * • •• Dear reader: Marie Daerr is unable to answer questions except: through the column. She appreciates your comments and questions but the volume of her mail makes personal replies impossible. Chain Saw repair, sharpening, and sales. Saws from $89.50 up. Dealer for Homelite Saws. MAPLE GROVE SALES Galveston Phone 15055 All-stall bar rn'eih BEHLEN CORN CRIBS Sl**f *aef Lmnf Uf« Indian S.pvle. AraiMh Wayne Myers Phone 3162 Sea Lions Are Just Glorified SealsWithEars By JOHN MORGANTHALER SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP)Sea lions are seals with ears, beady eyes and whiskers. They lie on rocks off the California coast and honk. , They are divided into bulls, cows and pups. They eat fish and squid. Sometimes they gobble sncho- yies, perch, white croakers and stingrays, then regurgigate them. Sometimes they don't eat a thing for six months. _Sea lions are crosses between schooms and schmoes. Alive, they amuse tourists and make children laugh in zoos and circuses. Dead, they're not worth a thing. There was a time, before electricity, when they could be melted down into oil for. lamps. Sea lions are hard to kill, During World War U, soldiers shot cannons at the off-coast rocks for artillery practice, but it didn't reduce the sea lion population at all. In fact in 50 years, the number of sea lions off California's coast hasn't changed much. Sea lions are smarter than they look. Fishermenr—who try to shoot them because they foul up their nets—say the critters seem able to move just out of range. Some fisherman groups have demanded that the state kill off the sea lions on grounds that they are eating salmon and other commercially valuable fish. Deputy Director Harry Anderson of the State Fish and Game Department says there's no evidence that sea lions eat salmon. Furthermore he says the cost of killing the beasts is prohibitive. He reports that past efforts to eliminate the sea lions have failed. Machine guns wound many but kill few. Depth charges miss the sea lions, but kill the fish. Anderson is afraid to try chemical, biological or radiological warfare, or mining the rookeries with fragmentation explosives. Anderson's conclusion about what should be done with the sea lions: Nothing. Symington ln : Indiana Talk By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Sen. Stuart Symington look up 'the Democratic war-cry against Republican administration farm policies in an Indianapolis speech Saturday, claiming that a GOP victory Nov. 8 would mean "four more years of the Benson farm program." The Missouri Democrat, who unsuccessfully sought the party's presidential nomination, was the main speaker at a statewide Democratic farm rally at the State Fairgrounds. Matthew E. Welsh, the party's nominee for governor, also assailed the Republicans on the farm issue at the'.rally, while his Republican opponent, Lt. Gov. Crawford F. Parker, told a New- Albany audience Welsh is distorting the facts on state issues. Meanwhile, Democratic slate, headquarters announced that Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt will address a party luncheon Oct. 27 at the- Indiana Roof Ballroom in Indianapolis. Parker leveled one of his heaviest attacks of the campaign against Welsh in his evening 1 speech at New Albany. Queen Elizabeth To Get Ivory Portrait SINGAPORE (AP) - Queen, Elizabeth II is getting a portrait in ivory, carved by Malay-Chinese sculptor Wong Lo-feng. Prime Minister Tengu Abdul Rahman ot Malaya planned to hand the 8-by- 4-inch art work to the queen in London on a stopover en route IjO the United States. Sale Calendar ^ Oct. 19—Ethel M. Downey Roy L. Crume Oct. 21—Howard Mutchler Rinehardt: Oct. 21—Executive Suite, Inc Bridge & Ttnier Oct. 22—Berkshires Keith Berkshire Oct. 26—St. Hosp. Surplus Cattle Bridge Oct. 29—Cora Eisele Estate Keith Berkshire. Oct. 29—U. P. Chambers, Esf Murden Nov. 5—William L. & Helen Eherhardt Monesmith DOMESTIC 'PORTABLE . $39.50 WHITE CONSOLE MODEL ...... $59.50 SINGER MODEL 1591 PORTABLE .. $99.50 CONSOLE MODEL 6*18 ........ $109.50 NEW HOME DESK MODEL $99.50 ADMIRAL CONSOLE MODEL $69.50 WHITE ROTARY Portofal* Electric . . $19.95 AUTOMATIC ZIG ZAG PORTABLE $139.50 ROUND BOBBIN TREADLES $14.95 10NO BOBBIN TREADLES ....$9.95 iow DOWN MrMMir • ion of TIM* TO Mr SINGER SEWING CENTER UM * *M M*k Mhr w«tr SI MU SOWN MOM « eWtMJH 311-4th Street CK TOP Driveways, Playgrounds, Parking tots and Feed Lois Now is the time to get rid of winter mud. Bonk Terms Central Paving Company, Inc, CAW. E. BOHM PHONf 4727 or 35o« MYRON O.
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