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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23, 19ML THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPOHT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE TWENTY-TOTES 56. PIANOS, MUSICAL 1NSTS 71. tlVISTOCIt HBO, KC. USED ORGANS :. Wurlitzer, : Hammond & Lowery all two manual in good condition. Small • down payment—balance like rent. RAMSEYER PIANO COMPANY 320 West Taylor Street Kokomo, .Indiana..'•', Three used Spinet-Pianos ."' Only J25.00 down RAMSEYER PIANO-;COMPANY 320 West Taylor Street •Kokomo, Indiana Two—Used Hammond Chord Organs One—Used Hammond Church' Model Organ with Tone Cabinet. Buy now and save. RAMSEYER PIANO COMPANY 320 West Taylor Street Kokomo, Indiana WURLITZER pianos and organs. MYGRANT House of Music 528 E. Broadway,, Logansport CASH for pianos, any type or .condition. Berkshire's, Ph. 3197, ORGANS — 40 chords — Special $129.50. Gallo's Accordion Head quarters, Phone 3073. New and Used Pianos Thompson's Piano Store 834 W. Miami WANTED: Good.used upright piano. Write Box A-243, this newspaper. ^_^^ CASH for your used piano. Phone PIANOS AND ORGANS Sales and Rental Strange Music House, 500 North NEW and Used pianos .and organs. Hammond organs and Story ft Clark Pianos. Ram seyer Piano Company, 320 W Taylor Street, Kokomo, Indiana 57. SPORTING GOODS KORTHSIDE Gun Repair. All work guaranteed. Guns rebuili and refinished; Obsolete am foreign parts, custom made. We buy and sell used guns. 1808 Clifton Avenue. FOR SALE: 6 shot 410 shotgun Leslie Kleckner, Camden. Our Guns AIM to Satisfy LESLIE'S GUN SHOP Authorized Dealer, Browning, Ithaca, Colt, H & R and others. Finance or Layaway Plan We Buy Sell and Trade 122 So. 6th St. Ph. 268S Open Until 9 p.m., Thursday,. Friday, Saturday evenings. 59. AUCTION SALES EUDD - SHEPHERD, Winamac, Ph. 124. Auction Co. Ph. 1872 60. PHOTOGRAPHY DON'T throw away your used flashbulbs, save them. They will be worth Ic each when traded in on new ones, beginning Oct. 17 thru Oct. 29. Quick Film Service, 524 E. Broadway. 61. BIDG. MATERIAL FLAT outside house paint while it lasts, $4.49 per gallon. Hyman's Store, 530 N. Cicott. Phone 4423. 66. FLOWERS, PLANTS QUALITY coals, fuel oil. Schmidt Coal & Oil Co. Ph. 4402-47W. 67. WANTED TO BUY USED PIANOS, any type. Write John Frawley, 1325 E. 7th Street, Muncie, Ind., giving price and directions. WANTED: Girl's 2-piece snowsuit, size 4. Ph. S814. USED spinet. Phone 8983. 68. DOGS, OTHER PETS 3 TOY Manchester females. .2 years and 3 months. Broke. Royal Center 2022. REGISTERED black Dachshund puppies. Will keep for Christmas. Ph. 40964. FOR SALE: Toy-Manchester puppies. Phone 20570. GRAY'S Kingsized German Shepherd pups. We want to tell you we have them but our dogs will speak for themselves. Phone Twin Oaks, 2-5751 Argos. FOR SALE;.Fox Terriers, Collies, broke coon dogs and pup:. Will give trail here. Call mornings, evenings. Phone 40170. 'Herbert Hardy, • . ' FREE, 7 puppies. West 24. Carter's Sand ft Gravel Plant. COLLIE puppies, $10. Phone 20730 Lucerne 1-2707. PEKINGESE puppies, also will sell or trade proven male. Ph. Star City LY-5-6311. TOY Manchester .male pup. Deer Creek Phone 1430. . SIAMESE kittens for sale. Phone 6228- or 1530 Morgan St. CANARIES, turtles, parakeets, mynah birds, pet supplies; Ph. 2268. 71. LIVESTOCK, FEED, ETC. 500 STOCKER Steer and heifer calves from North Dakota and Virginia. 100 head Holstein steers, 350-550 Ibs. Logansport Livestock Yards. E. on 35. Phone 2937. REGISTERED 2-year-old Holstein .Bull. Out of Meeker herd. 3 miles South Royal Center: Keith Nies. PUREBRED Poland China Boars. Robert Williamson. Ph. 401524300. 40 head 130-pound native Hampshire hogs. Buffalo BR-8-3520. 100 head native Hampshire feeding pigs: also one 100-bu. feeder, new. Buffalo BR-8-3520. 125 northwest choice Hereford and Angus calves, 350-450 Ibs. Hoy .Wolf. 1 40819. ' . 4-H dub registered Hereford calves for sale. Ben Been, Burrows. PUREBRED Suffolk'-.ram's, $35 up. Alfred Hartke, Chalmers. TA-2-3758. , 7 HOLSTEIN :steers. William Hartzler, Fulton UL-7-2515: NICE tried Landrace male, hog. 653-2857 Kewanna. Eligible to register. HUBBABD'S Sunshine feeds. Les- ; ter Elliott, Wholesale Distributor. Lucerne Phone 1-2221;• PUREBRED Landrace boars, cholera vaccinated, tested 'for Bangs and lepto. Also bred gilts. Special priced for October. Raymond Nicoll, Burnettsville. TETRArPEKTUS rye, 'll.lO per bu. Phone 2506 Walton. PROFIT with feeder cattle. Wer- .theimer Cattle Co., Camden YEAGER & Sullivan, Inc., guaranteed feeder pigs available at all times at Camden, Indiana. FEEDER pu>.< Call ,1 D. Lesh Deer Creek 35 or Sltt. MARTIN steel aim, corn cribs, dryer grain bins, and utility buildings. Dale Davidson, Hetea 5MM. ' ' . SIX DAY BOG MARKET No yardage or commission ' Logansport Livestock Yards, Inc. Feeder Cattle Phone 1925 HEINOLD hog market, buying all classes of hogs, Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. No yardage, no commission. Royal Center, Phone 3295. 58816. ARRIVING October 20th thru 24th, 1500 Hereford and Angus calves, weight 300 to 500 Ibs. The selection and prices are the best of the year. Harry Thorne, 1 mile north of Marion on State Road 9 and 37. FOR SALE: 12 weaning pigs. % miles south Twelve Mile. Charles Runyon. 73. FARM COLUMN WHEAT straw, no rain, not clipped. John Simmermaker, Star City LY-5-6463. WANTED: 2nd cutting of alfalfa hay or next cutting no rain. Ester Black, Rt. 1, city. NOTICE FARMERS Grain and livestock hauling. Bill Heed, Phone UL-7-3138, Fulton, Indiana CURTISS FARMS Stud Service Dudley D. Bridge. Ph. Logansport MM, Royal Center 5185 Lucerne 1-24*0. LIME hauling, driveway stone, fertilizer. Ernest Hamburg. Ph. MORIARITY Pole Buildings. New pillar beam construction. Wayne Johnson 56301. SMILEY pole .baJMongs, top construction, lower price*. Deer Creek 3114. Royal Center Community Sale Sale Starts at 1 o'clock Every Thursday Phone 3715 Bring Cattle to Be Tested by 12 o'clock. Bridge & C inter, Aucta. GUTWEIN certified wheat of an varieties. Elvin Sadler, Phone 56150. 74. FARM IMPLEMENTS WHEEL HORSE equipment, Penn's TV, Clymers. Phone Burrows 26X. 1951 model 60 Allis Chalmers combine with Scour Kleen, good shape, $200. Phone BR-8-3011. Robert Redford, Winamac Rt. 2. CORN picker for sale. Phone 56031. 1951 model International mounted 2-M com picker. Phone Burlington .TO-6-3436. USED corn pickers and combines, all makes,-all models, $100' up. Travis Implement Store, Rochester, Phone .CA-32301. JOHN Deere 1-row corn picker, cheap. 1V4 west of Hoover. Truman Packard. FOR SALE New Idea 1 row corn picker; Late model. Phone Lucerne 12721. ONE 1PR pull type International picker, used 4 years. Price $275. Phone Kewanna 653-3796. ALLIS CHALMERS Oliver Sales Service. Hech • Farm Supply, Winamac. T. I. CASE, New Idea, Sales, Parts & Service. Winamac Sales Co. Ph. 39 . Francesville LO 79431. 77. MOBILE HOMES STOP AND SHOP AT BAIRDS Biggest selection of new and used mobile homes in this area. OCTOBER SPECIALS 1960 50x10 Great Lakes. 4825 19«0 55x10 Detroiter .... 5175 USED 1953 40x8 Pontiac 2290 1959 Winsor 54x10 3 bdr $5100 1952 32x8 Vagabond $1250 1954 32x8 Mayflower ....$1950 With good creclit 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. BAIRD'S MOBILE HOMES 2 miles south of Peru on U. S. 31 Phone GR-3-9808 TRAILER space, $10 may west ' side of air base. Call Walton 3601. WANT housetrailers, give cash price. Tudor, P. 0. Box 803, Marion, Ind. '.."..' FERREE fc Smith Mobilt home sales. Ph. TW-W2S5 or TW J- 5175 '4 mi S. Akron. BOUSETRAOER3, Buy, sell or trade.; accessories. tm.fi. W 77. MOBILE HOMES 1959 42x8 Stuart gardner 2 bedroom, sleeps 7, fully equipped, custom idcluxe. Will, sacrifice. Stony, Pike Trailer Court." 79. AUTOS FOR SALE 1953 DODGE V-8 sedan. Radio, heater, automatic! Good tires. Clean inside andout. Only-$275. 40» 15th St. 1948 CHEVROLET coupe: radio and heater. $75. Phone 7123. 1954 Plymouth, good motor, $225. Phone 4293. 1954 Chevrolet 4-tIoor, 48,000 actual miles, good condition, $400. Ph. 2688. 1956 Mercury 4 .door, automatic transmission, power steering and brakes, perfect condition, new nylon tires, reasonable. Ph. '-53287..,. 1958 Chevrolet Impala convertible power pak. Power Glide; P.S., P.B., new tires. Phone 40498. 1954 Chevrolet 2 door, good condition. Flora 928-J. FOR SALE: No down payment, 1956 Ford 2 door. Call 5103'. WiUie Newberry. 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air 2 door hardtop, good condition. Phone Flora 839-J. . " 84. AUTO REPAIRS, GARAGES ALEMITE wheel balancer. Phone 5103. Ask for Ernie Ray. EXHAUST PIPES, tan pipe* and guaranteed mufflers. Free installation while you wait Jo* Uhl, Phone 2810. SOS Front St CHEVROLET MANN CHEVROLET Flora, Ind. Phone 15« Dfflman Chevrolet—Ph. 4-0123 St Rd. 25, Clymers, Ind. Guy Urbin Auto Co.—Ph. 3121 Chevrolet Sales—Kewanna. Ind. CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH - VALIANT Hendrickson Motor Sales, be. 417 Third St. Ph. 5151 PONTIAC WASSON-BUICK-PONTIAC Delphi, fnd. Phones LO-4-3040 or LO-4-2415 II NCOLN-MIRCUItY—COMET Hockman & Little, Inc., Ph. 308* Market at Eighth, Logansport MMBU* R & R RAMBLER MOTORS 801 E. Main, Logansport DODGE DAW Dodge, Darts, Dodge Trucks Thomas & Everman, 517 North St FOKD—FAICON Johnson Ford Sales—Ph. 5103 25th at E. Market St., Logansport Winamac Motor Co.—Ph. 54 214 MontieeDo St., Winamac, Ind. MIICK WSE Buick-Chevrolet—Ph. 4135 2nd at Broadway, Logansport FURNITURE LOANS Lincoln Finance Company Mori. Smith, Mgr. Ptton. 3293 Chain Saw repair, sharpening,! and sales. Saws from $89.50 up.j Dealer for Homelite Saws, MAPLE GROVE SALES Galveston Phone 150551 REALGAS^ HIGH QUALITY LOWER PRICES 818 W. Market Hi-Way 24 Seventh and North ISth and Woodlawn All-steel bar mesh BEHLEN CORN CRIBS Sttip Ro«f Long LIf» Erection S*rvic« AvaHaiti* Wayne Myers Phone 3162 DECORATOR SPECIALS ALL TYPES FLOOR TILE AND WALL TILE • ' Ceramic-Plastic • Pur« Vinyl— • Vinyl Asbestos • • Asphalt • Expert JnsroHotion PHONE 346$ For Fr»» Estimate in C- on U. S. SS. Maple Spriofs. Dedicate Fairview On Tuesday The new Fairview Park junior high school will be dedicated Tuesday with William E. Wilson, state superintendent of public instruction, providing the principal address. , The ceremonies, which will begin at 7:30, will be followed by an open house approximately an hour later. Superintendent Carl Zimmerman, who made the announcement, stated the school will be open to guided tours. The school's band, under the.di- rection of William Marocco, will- provide' music for fifteen minutes before the ceremonies begin. School board ^president ; Don O'Neill will act as master of ceremonies. Posting of colors will h in charge of Boy Scout T .</. Invocation will be given D> Aev. John Parks'of the Main Street Methodist church. Principal Norbert Kniesly will give the welcome, and Zimmerman will introduce the following personalities: School board members O'Neill, R. E.'Harris, Donald Speitel, Ronald Barnes and Howard .Timler; architects Thomas Medland and John Bowman; Contractors Construction Associates, Quillen Electric, Shambaugh and Son; School PTA , president Mrs. Donald Speitel; and Mayor Otto Neumann. Medland will officially turn the school over to the board of trustees, with Speitel accepting. This will be followed by Wilson's talk. Benediction will be offered by Rev. Raymond E. Belcher, of the West Broadway Presbyterian church. Zimmerman said that the open house following the dedication is open to the general public. Bob Gain of Willoughby, Ohio, is 260 pounds and the heaviest member of the. Cleveland Browns. The former' Kentucky -tackle is 31 years old. Nab Lay ton In Far West INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Three Marion County sheriff's deputies will leave for San Diego, Calif., Monday to pick up an Indianapolis youth sought in the holdup slaying of a service station attendant. Michael W; Layton, 21, ,wa s surprised by FBI agents Saturday in a downtown San Diego motel. Also arrested was his 19-year-old wife, the former Nancy Elaine Fordyce of Indianapolis. . Federal agents said Layton had a .32 caliber revolver in his possession but was seized before he had a chance to use it. He was placed in the San Diego County jail to await a hearing before a U.S. commissioner on charges..of fleeing Indiana to escape prosecution. Layton is accused by Indianapolis police of shooting Orvil Lee Gambrell, 23-year-old service station attendant, in a holdup here Sept. 22. Layton and his wife had been the objects-of a nationwide search since the slaying, which police said apparently stemmed from a fear that the attendant might identify the robber. Layton. also is wanted for questioning in several other holdups in the Indianapolis area. Maj. Robert Shields said one of the three deputies being sent to San Diego is a woman, who will be charged with returning Layton's wife. She is .charged as an accessory after the.fact. FBI agents said they found at the motel a 1957 car listed as stolen Sept. 27 at Bloomfield. C.C. Clinic At Kokomo Oct. 26 A pre-legislative clinic previewing 1961 state and local governmental issues will be held at 4:45 p.m. October 26, at the YMCA in Kokomo, according to Cled Lloyd-Jones, executive vice- president of the Logansport Area Chamber of Commerce, a co- Sale Calendar Oct. 26—St. Hosp. Surplus Cattle .Bridge Oct. 29—Cora Eisele Estate Keith Berkshire Oct. 29—U. P. Chambers, Est, Murden Oct. 29—Berkshire Auct. Room ......Keith Berkshire Nov. 3rd—Anna Hunter Estate .Keith Berkshire, Auct. Nov. 29—Berkshire's .Keith Berkshire, Auct. Nov. 5—D. H. Parsons : Murphy Nov. 5—William L. & Helen Eherhardt... .Monesmith WHY PAY RENT? Beautiful 3 Bedroom Home... $6,895 By factory Direct—No Middleman Profit EH ECTED ON YOUR .LOT JN STATE OF INDIANA NO DOWN PAYMENT-sNO CLOSING COST NO ABSTRACT FEES-NO CONSTRUCTION :COST Included In Thii Price Heui* vrcetsd an concrete block foundation with hardwood floors, S-in. Redwood siding, large picture window, 2-ft. overhang, front and roar, boxed gable end«, wiring installed m-w«lli, oK dry- woH initalled, trim and doon inilalled 3-,piece both furniined, medicmo cabinet initalled, water heater, gai or ejecfric; furnace oil or eaj; maple cabinets ,base and wall with formica tap and sink. Three model houits will be »ld ( in Can County e>l this price. Write to MID-WAY CONSTRUCTION CO. 2727 English Avenue, Indianapolis, Ind, Name ....'...... Address City .....,,. Phone No Own lot: yes .... n Time Directions LET US MAKE YOUR CAR LIKE NEW AT A PRICE THAT'S FAIR TO YOU Quality Workmanship FAIR PRICES No Cash Needed I Low Monthly Payment! \ ••• your frictndly j FORD DKAUKM FREE ESTIMATES Courtwy—Service Always Johnson Ford Sales 25th ft Market f hem 3101 States' Rights Answer,to Previous ACROSS 1 New- S.Weitera state J-—Harbor 12 Ireland 13 Nevada city HH.il! IS Police dogs . 17 Place 18 Bailiff. 19 Hunting dogs 21ComIort 23 States' "Uncle" 21 Cover . 27 Ago 29 Sports group 32 Large cat 34 New Jersey city • ' 36 Distant 37 Pullman attendant 38 Let (all 39 Hurried 41 Watch . 42 Beverage 44 War god 48 Dried grapes ; 49 Bizarre 53 Since ; 54 Contented . 56 Decimal unit 57 Christmas carol -, 58 State's standard 59 Worm 60 Essential being 81 Withered DOWN 1 Time measure 2 Heraldic band 1 Get up 4 Rascal 5 Swiis canton 6 Pesters 7 Girl's name (Entertainers 9 Cellars 10 Asseverate 11 Soaks flax IS Beverage container 20 Mongol 22 Cloys 24 Nobleman 25 Kefrigerator 26 Seductions in rank 30 Awry 31 Simple 33 Horses' gaits 35 Western events 40 Adhesive substances 28 Heavy drinker 43 French river 45 Suffixes (ab.) 46 Grade 47 Eras 48 Inner temple 50 Ceramic piece M Raise 52Rim 55 French island SEWSPAFJBK EKTEKPHI.1E A9SJC. sponsor of the meeting. This session will be one of 24 district clinics to be held throughout the state, arranged by the local chambers of commerce in cooperation with the Indiana State Chamber of Commerce. Staff specialists will review issues which will come before the Indiana General Assembly when it convenes next Jan. 5. Other co-sponsors of the clinic, with the Kokomo Chamber as host, include Peru and Tipton. Purpose of the meeting is to acquaint as many persons as possible with the coming issues to permit 'informed discussion of them prior to and during the 1961 session of the State Legislature, Lloyd-Jones said. Mem bers of the Legislature and legislative candidates, as well as chamber members, are invited to attend the meeting. Issues to be discussed during the clinic include: Taxation, Public schools and colleges, Personnel and Labor Relations and Transportation. RRST STEP TO SPR»NG FLOWERS PLANT DUTCH BULBS NOW! King's Hatchery «th st North Indiana Bottled Gas Co. A COMPUTE IOTTLID CAS SERVICE IS AVAItAiLI AT YOUR PURI-O-flLAM! DEAILERS Logansport Ml Wheatland Phone 3851 Rochester 1201. Mi St. . Phone CA-3-5410 THE PERFECT FUEL RADIO EQUIPPED TRUCKS Sidelights On Parade "We hope that after today Lo- ginsport will be known ai the 'Hospitality City',"' Forrest Spencer, general chairman of "Operation Hospitality", told a group of visiting servicemen at the barbeque Saturday afternoon. While Secretary of the Air Force Dudley C. Sharp was delivering his address, a pop was heard behind the reviewing stand. Several of the persons on the speakers platform turned around at the sound, which apparently was caused by a firecracker or someone breaking a paper bag.- As the Great Lakes Navy choir was concluding its rendition of the Battle Hymn of the Republic,' National Guard jet aircraft from Bacr field, Ft. Wayne, began their fly-over. Many spectators did not notice the planes until the sound was heard, by which time the aircraft were well beyond the zenith. During the parade several small planes flew low over the city apparently attracted by the huge throng of spectators. One circled the area of the reviewing' stand several times before flying ~fl. Most stores in the downtown area closed during the parade, and the employes joined the spec-' tators lining the street. A number of persons climbed to rooftops of downtown buildings to get •; better view. While the precision 101st Airborne drill team executed its maneuvers in front of the reviewing stand, one spectator said to a friend: "Do you think if you ever got mixed up that much, you'd be able to get out of it again?" Before the parade had started, one lost boy appeared at the Rotary information booth at Fourth and Broadway. An. her child was found by its parents at the booth later in the program. Secretary Sharp departed from his prepared text at the start of his speech to remark that the weather was somewhat chilly, but he added, "I am enjoying the fine fresh air of Logansport." ; Several brief delays occurred in the parade and some spectators each time thought it was all over and began to crowd into the street. Once one of the entries broke down east of the hill at Seventh. But there was still more. Although not authorized by the parade committee, .several political units appeared in the' parade. One, truck from which candy was thrown, was mobbed by children in front of the re^ viewing stand, requiring officiate on the stand to direct the children away to permit it to move on. Despite several delays, Air Force Maj. Gen. Stanley f. Wray remarked that the parade, considering its size, was one of the best-timed he had ever seen. " the New monoGRom GAS HEATERS HEAT YOUR ENTIRE HOME WITH Sovi up to 40% on Fire/ Costs! Enjoy Tout Area Comfort — lahclt haute heating— with the n«w«t ga« heater. Completely .automatic, available for natural, manufactured and LP fai. Beautiful porcelain enamel •niih atay» new lookinf for yean and yeara. • CNtitt ri MriMutk CMtnfi • A Tin (IT mnr hitlint iw* • Eidirtirt «t1 irw ewrttrrtiw ckmkw • ilSllSlN t-Mf 85,000 B.TU. Com P l «'* | y inHolUd with 300 gallon tank EASY MONTHLY TERMS INDIAN A BOTTLED GAS Rochester 120 E. »th Street looans**rt. Ml Wheat)*™* Phone CA 3-5410 Phone 3M1 Two Hurt In Car Wreck Two people were injured and a 1»55 sedan wis destroyed in •», one car accident at 10:30 p.m. Friday, on a country road four miles west and one and a quarter miles south of Royal Center. Described as in fair condition in Memorial hospital are Terry Lee Maloy, 18, of Royal Center and Karen Sue Marten, 17, of rural route 1, Burneltsville. Maloy, the driver of the car, suffered back injuries and his passenger sustained scalp lacerations and contusions on the left cheek and left elbow. The couple were taken (o the' hospital in the Harrison ambulance. According to State Trooper Glen Hosier and Deputy Sheriff Robert Riesling, Maloy was ufl- able to negotiate a turn at a T on a narrow gravel road.. Hosier said charges of reckless driving may be placed against Maloy after he is released from the hospital. Cir ToUl Lots One automobile was a total loss, another was damaged an estimated |400 and a motorist was charged with failure lo yield the right of way, the result of a two car accident at Eighteenth Street and U.S. 35, shortly before 8 a.m. Saturday. Mrs. Alyce Lavalle Gilbert, Jl, of 811 Erie Ave.,' was charged with the violation after she pulled onto 35 in the path of a 1956 sedan driven by Mrs. Teresa Marie Young, 10«. West Grace St., of Walton, according to investigating officers. Both the Young car and the G2- bert vehicle were driving toward Logansport There were no injuries accord-- ing to State Trooper Glen Hosier and Deputy Sheriff Rex Harrir who investigated. SUICIDE NO CRIME LONDON (AP)—A government committee has proposed British" criminal law revisions under.' which suicide no longer would bV considered a crime.

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