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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15,1957 THE LOGANSPORT PRESS,' LOGANSPORT. INDIANA PAGE ELEVEN 11. FOR SALE a. Household Goods GOOD used 20 cu. ft. Chest type freezer. A-l condition^ Vesh Bros. 316 E. Market. Phone 4415, USED Whirpool conventional washing machine. Good condition. Phone 20121 between 8 & 12 p.m. KENMORE washer. A-l condition. Phone 40789. SWEET TONED parlor organ. Reasonable. 423 Cole St. Ph. 53362, FUEL OIL' heater. Good condition. Used one season. % price. 911 Helm St. , $300 RCA' Electric range. 30 in. oven. Used 1 yr. $135. Phone 6523. FOR SALE—Hotpoint dryer. Good condition. Phone 4757. NORGE gas dryers, as low as $79.95. $10 down, $2.50 a week. Goodyear Service. Phone 2917. 6th and Broadway. CHEST OP DRAWERS—more than one. Dressers, gas stoves, wood and coal heating stoves, refrigerators, washing machines, complete line of used furniture. Boyd's, 1200 Erie Ave. ELECTROLUX, like new. Hoover tank, $9.95. Buy where you get service. Roy Blume, 919 Race TWO overstuffed chairs. Very reasonable. A. R. Bumpas. 1826 High. Phone 20099. 11. FOR SALE USED KERBY vacuum, waxer, buffer, etc. Also used flute. Marvin - Layman, Trailer Court, Route 2,.Onward. d. Poultry, Eggs, Baby Chix 125 HAMPSHIRE pullets starting • to lay. Mrs, Roy Lytle. % east 2 north of Royal Center. 250 WHITE ROCK hens. Edgar Hill, Lucerne, Indiana; LEGHORN Yearling Laying Hens Oct.-15, Hizer Hatchery, Grass .Creek. 2451. WHITE ROCK hens now. Leg. hen , Oct. 14, $1 ca. Hizer Hatchery, " Grass Creek. f. Wearing Apparel SPECIAL at the THRIFT SHOP Men & Women's FALL AND . WINTER COATS, 411 E. Market GIRLS'. 2-piece coat set. White leather jacket. Phon e 7091. BOY'S leather caps with fur lined muffs. 98c. Boy's & girl's mittens and gloves. 35c. Bargain Center, 322~3rd. h. Wanted to Buy 3 BEDROOM house, modern. Prefer Westside. Contract. Phone 8081. WANTED: 8 ft. Pram boat. State price. Write Box A-514 this news paper. UPHOLSTERED chair with slip cover, one 9x12 fibre rug. Ph 50713. KENMORE Portable Sewing Ma chine, like new, only $25.00. Dealer: Phone '63151. i§INGER Slant needle. Sewing Machine, like new. Originally cost $200.00. Balance due $79.80. Take over monthly payments of- $8.00 Dealer: Phone 6313. 26 IN. Speed Queen Ironer. Cabinet model. Good as new. W. M. Manning, Metea. ^ USED 17 in.'Crosley TV table model with turning table. Perfect condition. Phone 3314 Walton. MAPLE dinette set; 21" TV for sale. 905 State. APARTMENT sized oil heaters. Phone 53128. 36 FT. extension ladder. Boyd's, 1200 Erie Ave. CHINA'CLOSET with curve glass on both ends. 4 pair of pleated drapes. Call 3028. TAKE OVER payments on 1956 21" TV. Only $2.00 .per week. Phone 3922.' . . APPLES:. Red Delicious, Winesap, Bring containers; Harvey Winton. Dial 6948, 1957- 21" PfflLCO table' model. Only $5 down, $3 a week. Firestone Store, 3rd and Eel River Ave. USED living room furniture, dinette set, auto, washer and dryer electric range, refrigerator, • good condition.- 1514 E. Broadway, evenings, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. ORCHARD fresh fruits, cider, sorghum. Kozy Nook Orchard, & mile west Rochester on Road 14.- Open until 8 p.m. No Sunday sales. APPLES and cider. Jasper Flory & Son, High Street Road. MAYTAG WASHER & DRYER $389.95 and- old washer. General Supply Co., New Waverly. COAL OR'WOOD cream-colored cook stove, 2 gal. Safe-way pasteurizer, both in A-l condition. Albert Bonnell. Idayille. • QUALITY Red and Golden Deli' cious apples. Stayman Winesap- & cider. Dwight Smith north on 25. Airport Road. RAY-GLO space heater, practically new. City, or natural gas. Reasonable. 305-19th St. Phone 3764. SPEED QUEEN .washer,. (wringer type) $25. Excellent condition. Phone b. MiseeHaneou* 20 CUBIC FT. freezer. Like new. 1951 Kaiser. $75. Phone 40681. _ ii-~ ftNDERWOOD ,-Sunstrand 10 1 electric adding machine. Excellent condition. $100. G. R, P"™ er. Phone 788, Delphi, Ind. RESTAURANT equipment: Nation, al Cash Register, 30 gallon stainless steel soda fountain, 14 in globe meat slicer,- upright cool er. Phone.52007, FALSE, wagon endgates. Com. plete. Reasonable. Donald Got- shall. Walton 3457. ... FOR SALE: Tape recorder. Same as new. Phone 2882. l IN. BLOND General Electric TV Console. Reasonable. Phone 53472. LAYAWAY a new Schwinn bike for your boy or girl foi; Christmas, \ See them at. Mehaffies' North side Service Station now. _ I TWO wheel trailer, one 4-whee trailer. 215 Seybold. flbuSETRAILERS and accessories Buy, sell or trade. 2 ml N. W on U. S. 35. Maple Springs. "JEIGLER oil heater. Used 5 months. Call 7647 after 3 p.m. WOOD—Furnace, fireplace, stove Also slab wood. $5 delivered Phone 56568 or 40190. FOR SALE: Large Coca Cola box. Good condition. Phone 40075. §TEVENS rifle. 30-30 .bolt action Brand new. Phone 50061. Can see between 9-12 a.m., 5-9:30 p.m. FT. 1952 Elcar housetrailer G'ood shape, Stoney Pike Trailei Court. fcOUSETRAILERS NEW & USED Anoka- Trailer Court & Sales, 4 miles southeast of Logan .on 35 coal stove. 2 ton coal. $45 Phone 4438. FERREE & SMITH Mobile Horn; Sales, Akron, Ind., Ph. TW-3-328; or TW-3-2075. V« mi. S. Akron, c. Musical Instruments ALMOST NEW Selmer Bundy clar inet. Phone 2707. fPINETS — Guaranteed lowes prices. Terms. Ivers & Pond gg4 West Miami. HEATROLA or Heatrola type sofj coal stove. Phone 3653. WANT—2 housetrailers, $500.00 to $1400. P. 0. Box 803, Marion, Indiana. 12 GOOD THINGS TO EAT BARR'S RED DELICIOUS Golden Delicious, Jonathan Grimes and Cortland Apples on sale at your grocers and storage Vi, mile north of Lake Cicott Fresh cider. Barr's Orchard. b. Fruits and Vegetables PUMPKINS At your own price. Only two car loads left. Johnnies Motel. Dial 5986. APPLES, $2.00 bushel, you pick. Cider. 2 : miles west, %' mile south of 17 at Delong. Jim Calhoun Orchard.'RESH chilled sweet cider. Apples, potatoes, bananas. Open evenings. Sam Berkshire, 425 South Cicott Street. t and cider. Bert Rhoades, Rome, Jonathan. $1,00 to $2.00. High Street Road. 13. REAL ESTATE a. Houses EASTEND—Nice 3 bedroom home on corner, lot. Plenty of room and built-ins. Immediate possession. Cash or contract. Phone 2975 or 2638. Sputnik is really out of this world, but you''U have the same feeling by owning this nearly new. 4 bedr room ranch house—all brick and a wide yard. Hardwood floors, 1% baths, basement, garage. Suburban located among other fine homes. All Shook Up but owner is. leavins our city. .This better and cleaner type 2 .story, 4. bedroom nicely located between Daniel Webster .and High School. Hardwood floors up and down. $1,000 down will handle and move right in. Business has been good- We can use your listing, NOW! DaleW.McNutt . . YOUR REALTOR Office 2928 Eve. 2-1767—4886—2628 FOR SALE 715 E. Market, Contract. 4 bedroom 10th' Street. 8 room modern, High Street. , .7 room home'414 13th St., Contract. \ 4 bedroom home 110—lltb St. 3 bedroom ranch home 200' frpntagcs. Price $18,000! : 6 room modern, East. Gas heat Small down .town going restaurant. Money maker. Brick building right down town. Contract Lot Erie Ave. 54'xl82'. Modern lake "cottage, -Contract. % acre lots in Meadowview. , Cash or Contract. MAUDE O'LEARY- Office. 719 E. Market Phone 2282 before 1 p.m. 13. REAL ESTATE YOU DQNT HAVE TO BE -RICH To Buy Any One • Of These Houses. . MAY WE HELP YOU SELECT THE RIGHT ONE FOR YOU East End! 3 bedroom all modern brick home, hardwood floors down, full basement, new' auto, oil furnace, electric hot water- heater, water softener, 2-car garage, plenty shade, lot 220 x 178, highway 24. Early possession. West Side! . This 3 Bedroom home features a panelled dining room, patio, and a nice front yard 2-car garage and workshop. Early pos-. session. South Side! New 3 bedroom modern ranch and carport. Near new school and park. You could trade your older home here. Riiey-Franklin! 3 bedroom modern roomy hous^e on a large lot. Breakfast nook, utility room, auto, oil furnace. Life time siding. Quick possession. Cash or land contract. North Street! 2 story home. Nice deal for .income or as single for large family. 2 baths, new stoker, close-in location. Priced at only, $8,500. Possible Terms. Spear Street! Near churches. Square type 4 bedroom modern home. Has fireplace, powder room down, new full bath up. Hot water heating system, full basement, finished attic and new garage. •Priced reasonable. • WestMiami! 4 bedroom modern home, 1% baths. Auto, oil steam heated, all painted interior, aluminum siding. 2-car garage. Possession 30 days. A good buy at $9,000. Cash CT land contract. •High Street! — '"-• . p 2100 A very large home, oak floors and trim. Study, living and dining room down, 4 .bedrooms, big bath. up. This home is too large for present owners.' We might consider smaller one in trade! Otto Hilbert- REALTOR , Phone 2684 INCOME PROPERTY consisting of duplex-with 4 rms. up and dn. & 3 rm. garage apt. 1500 North. FOUR BEDROOM modern, bsmt,. den, fireplace,. jalousie porch, gas furnace, garage,, well located. FIVE ROOM bungalow located 6 mi. northeast on 30: acre's. TWO BEDROOM one story very well located on North'St.", gas heat. MERRILL WILSON, Realtor Mrs. Alma Hill, Sales'Repr. 300 North St., Phone 3798 Eves. Phone 7277 IN WALTON 2 bedroom modern, basement, oil furnace, wall to wall carpet, large corner lot and garage.' 3 bedroom, modern except furnace, large lot and garage;-: On contract. PAUL M. SPERRY AGENT R. E. Butz, Sales Rep;. Phone -2035—2554 Walton . Aircraft And Missile Shares Continue Rise NEW ' YORK ffi-Aircraft and missile shares 'continued, to. rise while steels and other industrials railed late .in. the session- Monday to gave the stock market its best advance in nearly two weeks. imbernataonial oils, dampened arly in- the session by. news, of Egyptian troops 'arriving in Syria, took heart later and replaced most of their losses- with gains. . The market rise : recouped an "estimated 1 1-3 billion dolars of tlhe approximate 10 biKoai dollar loss sustained last week : based on the averaige fall of quoted values, on the New York Stock Exchange. ' No less ten 8 gainers of the IS most." active stocks wer e atir- orafts or-, missile-related stocks, giving a ctoe to Wall Street's state j )f mdnd. The consensus was that| mncreased spending foe such de :emse items was now inevitable in view of Russian progress. .- • News that the State Department knew -about the Egyptian troop movements since September and estimates feat fiheir number was not large was said by brokers to have improved £he mood toward o® shares, leading to their recov ery. in wMdi the market was higher, Jius breaking the succession of 'blueVMondays." The Associated Press average of 60 stocks rose $1.10 bo $160.50 with tlbe industrials up $2,00, the rails up 40 cemts, and the utilities up 30, cents. were 166 new lows for the year and one new hogih, Penick & Ford. Prices on the- American Stock Exchange were mixed. Volume totaled 840,000 shares compared with 1,660,000 on Friday. ' FOR SALE: 5 room modern home Gas heat. W. Miami. Phonet7277 SEMI modern house in^Fulton Two bedroom,, nice'location, ex tra lot. Barker Realtor, .Fulton', 13. REAL ESTATE c. Farms 90% ACRES farm..5 room modern house, m mile north of Royal Center. Gale Skinner. Phone 3012. 160-ACRE'"-farm, good buildings mostly level land, $24,000. Jefferies Agency, 403 East. 13th., -'Rochester. Dial CA-3-6111; Stocks Advance In Monday FIVE YOUTHS DEAD -r- The bodies of three of five teen-agers who were killed in an auto crash lie pinned in the twisted wreckage of their car. The auto, traveling at a high rate of speed, failed to make a curve and crashed into a pole off the highway. The dead are; Harry Brown, 17; James Kelly, 16; Allen Jacobson, 17; Daniel Ottilihger, 17 and Kenneth Curylo, 16. Another youth was injured in the crash. They are all from Chicago. (NEA Telephoto) Hogs Down In Seasonal Slump Heavy Marketing Of Spring - Farrowed Hogs Develops CHICAGO m~ Hogs readied the lowest price since March 11 at $1(7.50 Mtomday, movilug 25 to 50 cents lower in a seasonal slump likely to continue as heavy marketing of spring-farrowed'hogs develops. Trade was fairly active, with ;No. 1 and 2 buifschers tff 190-230 pounds selling' mostly for $17,12335, and about 300 sorted for weight •and grade going for the $1/7.50 market hop. ^, Wi ( Cattle were steady to 25 higher, Of 1,183 issue straded, advances jwiitlh bu%_strong % wieijreceipts isni totaled 558 amd declines 393.-There "" ~~ L ' The advance on average made Ms <tlhe fiinst Monday out df twelve Soybeans Jump Up Three Cents Unrest In Middle East Affects Grains CHIiCA<H> UP) — Soiyibeans advanced more than, three cents a bushel on the Chicago Board' of Trade Monday as gains pervaded the entire grain futures market. Demand for soybeans was spur- 0d by the government's down-, ward revision of its cotton crop estimate, combined with comtonu.- mg <3ismclinatiom of growers to rush their newly harvested, crop to --market' at 'pcevaffioig country the nation's twelve major .markets generally light. The top for prime steers was $26.25. Vealers, iln good 'demand' were up. as mudi as one dollar, to $26. Sheep sold 50 cents lower on dfuli/trade, tflie'builk of good and choice slaughter 'lambs bringing $20.00,to $22.00. waices. The possibility that shooting w «, might start .in the.-eastern Mediterranean area, where, oobtt U .S emd Russia have mat stake caused varied „„««, dosed -m to 2% c«its a bushel Mgher, .new style Pe : «*-«^«*.«»*3 J ji t ; Deoeiruber 1<±IS 7B i-"" •*•'" —o * .68V 4 -%; rye 3 to,3%, .December higher, December $l;20y 4 -%, oats VB to. 1% higher; % to 3% higher, November $2.31% -% and lard 16-25 cents per hundred- There was October $11.7o. export buyamg .wbeab against sales of 700,000 mffllion-tJusfaeJs to Pctod, tot. the bread grain responded mostly to the co3d war nervousness in the of such bearish feobqrs rain-toiproved conditions m winter 'wheat growing area ' as and w an unexpectedly small 'enrollment of. winter wheat acreage fa the seal ba:nk, ... . ., Soybean pressure,, traders said, partly the result of- expectations that export demaral wE piok up and oil prices wall increase —. this despite estimates Peters Testifies To Purchase Of Unneeded Yards Disappearance Of Lawyer From Hospital Delays Hearing IMDMNiAiPCOS iff) — A seardh for a missing hospital patient in- terr/iipted the' higffiway, scandal trial Monday after Highway Commission Chairman John Peters testified about backyard deals. Special Judge Walter Pritchard recessed the trial until Tuesday morning because David M. Lewis, a defense lawyer, was aiding .the search for Ws law partner, Henry' 0. Goett, 57, a> former Superior Court judge. Goetf disappeared Sundiay from Methodist Hospital, where he had been under observation for a suspected diabetic condition; Peters said the;-state bought bacikyards over a two^bfock area along the right of way .of the Madison. A/venue Expressway on the south side of Indianapolis. Two such:deals are : Che basis'for the embezzlement .consipfcaicy 'charges a-gai-nst four defendants, -including three former highway officials. . Peters said -tine' backyard deals were justified on grounds that,, the expressway was to have limited aiccess. He testified he couldn't .remember whether the. limited access designation was applied before or alter the questioned land deals. He promised to bring back official records of the State Hi-gh- way.Commission' to pin. down that Court Notes Complaint for support under the Reciprocal Support Act was entered in Cass circuit. court Monday by Mrs. Cora Rittenbsrry, of Carthage, Tennessee, against John B. Rittenberry, Rt. -5, city. The plaintiff "seeks payment of $36 per week for support of their four children. . .Complaint on promissory note, asking judgment of $200, was entered in Cass circuit court yesterday -by Glenora E. Hunter against Gayle' Williams. The action was filed through the. law firm of O'Neill and O'Neill. * * Upon motion by the plaintiff, the complaint for possession of real estate and damage action of H. and R. Properties, Inc., .against Loins B. Pancini and others, was dismissed in Cass circuit .court yesterday. The damage action of Lester J. Powlen against Transit-Mixed Concrete Corporation was set for trial by the court on December 10 in Cass circuit court yesterday after the defendant withdrew a request for a jury trial. Jury Is Chosen For Reynolds Damage Case In Philadelphia Court Two Motorists Lose Licenses Both Involved In Traffic Accidents • A pair of area motorists, who were involved in separate county accidents, were fined during the weekend in justice court ,and both had their operator licenses suspended. Ray Luse, 22, of route 2, Monticello, was fined $25 and costs and his right to drive was'sus- pended for one year. He was charged with driving under the influence. Luse was also fined another $25 and costs and right to drive suspended for six months charged with reckless driving. He was involved in an accident in which five persons were injured Saturday on US 24, west of Logansport. William Turner, 44, of 830 Hathaway street, Winamac, was assessed $20 and costs and his operator's ' license . was suspended for six months, charged with leaving the scene of a property damage accident. He was also "fined $10 and costs charged with improper . registration. He was arrested by Roy King deputy sheriff, after an accident Saturday on US 35, two miles north of Royal Center, in which two Conservation Of Sol! Also A Safety Program, H Appears ROCHESTER — Joe Kroft with arm in a sling, says: "I will have no gullies on my farm"; they are dangerous." He should know. Kroft: vas thrown from a load of baled lay while helping on, a neighbor- ng farm. The load was driven over 'a gully about a foot deep.' The wagon and seventy bales of- jay were upset and Kroft was' hrown to the ground. He landed on his right shoulder. Carl D. Shafer/soil conservation- st, can verify that Kroft will, not tolerate erosion. Shafer reports hat Kroft is one of Fulton Coun- y's most outstanding cooperaters with the Soil. Conservation District. Kroft, who has served as a supervisor of the Fulton County Soil Jonservation District, has applied such practices as crop rotation, seeding permanent pasture, reforestation, wildlife, area improve, ment, contour farming, sod waterways, diversion terraces, multi- flora rose wildlife -fence, concrete drop box structures, open ditches, tile, and fertilization by soil type and test. Kroft says that he can not tu> derstand how any Fulton County 'armer can afford not to use the services of the Soil Conservation District. He says that, the ease and safety with which he crosses lis waterways alone have been worth the time he has spent wiik Shafer planning the farm opera;ion. (Release from Fulton Co. Conservation office.) (a- Allie Rey nolds, former New York Yankee pitcher, sat in Federal District Court Monday as a jury was chosen for trial "of -his civil suit for $235,000. damages against the Philadelphia. Transportation Co. Reynolds, of Oklahoma City, Okla,, -filed -the damage suit for injuries allegedly sustained in a bus accident on July;7,1953. Reynolds and • his Yankee teair mates were riding in, a chartered PTC bus that crashed into a metal elevated .structure. The New York club was en route to Connie Mack Stadium to play the Fhiladelphii Athletics. . The- top of bhe bus was torn ofi in the mishap -and -Reynolds, said he was thrown: to the -aisle, injuring his back, which resulted in his eventual /retirement, from baseball Reynolds retired in 1055, after eight years with New York. In his 18-year • major-league career he recorded two no-hit g-ames, 182 wins and 107 losses^ date. No U. S. Approval INDIANAPOLIS. UP) — Bids by local mills tor .grain'd^Klvered by tauick: No. 2 new red wheat 2.00; No. 2,white shelled eoni 1.08; No. 2 .yellow.sMted conn.,98; No. 2 new wMte oats' (®2jb or more) .64; Ndi. 1- yellow' 'soybeans (13 per cent moistare) 2.01. bu that tfee- year's. wffll. total 500 shels. . " ' Cora, with a heavy- crop sn harvest stages 'and an.-,.abundant suppOiy-of feeder found crotkuurag commercial buying ; and assurance firom-'ijhe government that CCC stocks .wwld not be pressed •into nJormaT trade channels during- tfae immediate post'-, harvest season. •• *'•- ' Other conitira-ots lartgely. followed tile' day's" trend in firmness. Find Masterpieces Under Lafer Painl MQCOW W>"— -.'.-Magnfficent paintings, estimated to be; of -the 16th centary, have been uncovered beneaifih .-layers- of mor e , (modern paint' by artists working on the •waBs .of- St.. • Basil's.;, 'Cathedral; Many •'Bible : ". subjects •'• are de-, Peters; testified, over defense ob.. jections, that the. two questioned pi; soy-.[ backyard purchases had not been WANTED TO BY by owner: 2 or 3 bedroom bungalow,, eastend: Write Box A-507 this newspaper, stating location, price and details. piteted. One - painting, is of 'a- win 1 dow, so weli executed it appears you could put your head out- and see the' Kremlin on the other side] of Red Square. - b. Lett FOR SALE —Excellent building lots. Dial 2776. 140x300 LOT for sale. J For details, call 56501 after 4 p.m. federal road ofificials.' He also denied that-a limited 1 access, expressway would pave the backyard . land without any street entrances. -...-•.. .Prosecutor Jota G. Tinder, won- a "battfe to 'exclude defense" evidence, that some Marion County courts have awarded, higher .prices for rigiht olf way for. a new Ind. 37 route near'..Indi'ainapoMs''than, the amounts.set by state appraisers. Witfaoiut ;exipladiatlan, Tinder, : an : OTflced • that he would call Cad \oge3igesaing, "chief engineer, for the State Higlhiway'Comimission as his nextwitness, ahead of, diaries Daiwson, present director of the rigjht-.of way divisaorh .."Charged with conspiracy in ttie land deads are Vingil- M. (Red) 'Smith,-:'of:-Milan,', former Highway "Commission chairman; Nile Tev- enbaugh of Monroe • City,: his, right of. way.'director; Harry Doggsett of Greensburg, .who was Teveribawgh, • and Robert A. Peak, a 'Milan' business , associate of Smith.'; DpLAVAL DAIRY EQUIPMENT Milk Parlor Equipment & Plans Pipeline' milker-mechanical washer I'Mag.-Sterling & Suspendud .milker* Bulk tank & water heaters Sue us for service and parts THOMAS HPWE., Grots Cr««k Hawkins Stockya rd$ 200 .to 230 : 16'.85 230 to 250 ...;...... 16.75 250 to 270 16.60 270; to 300 ....................16.50 Sows 16.50 down Boars. 10:00 down Stag's 10.00 down Veal ..... ..'...... ' 19.00 Gram Bids British Racer, Ronald Sear!es r (rash Victim hogs were killed Lytle farm. on the Omer Frances Fernbaugh, 17, of 3223 Broadway, who was -charged on Oct. 10 for speeding in a 30-mile zone by Dick Keyes, state trooper was fined $1 and costs yesterday in justice court. Phillip Carmichael, 17, of route 2, city, who was charged by Deputy King with reckless driving after his car Tan into -the" middle of a freight train near Longcliff or Oct. 9, was fined $5 and costs. , Robert Calvin, Youngstown, 0. arrested by State Trooper Sam Burch for speeding, was fined ^ and costs. SHOW OLD 999 NEW YORK W-Tfae New Yen* Central loconiotiivie 990, tihe first steam engine to go faster than 100 miles an hour back in 1893, goes on display Monday at Granc Central Terminal. NOTICE STATE OF INDIANA COUNTY OP CASS ) SS: ) NOTICE TO AUL, PERSONS W- NOTKJlE T«J AUJ-i J^Jlii±«)UlNe> JUW- ATTfrTJ TBE.ESTED IN THE -ESTATE OF ^n^^ W ANTHONY F. McCAFFRJBT,, de- H ' J) ceased. In the Circuit Court of Cass; Coun ty, Septem-ber Term, 1957. ' Cause Number 14681. In the matter of the Estate of SS: STATE OF INDIANA COUNTY'OF CASS' IN THE CASS CIRCUIT COURT SEPTEMBER TERM, 1957. NOTICE. OF ADMINISTRATION Notice Is hereby given that DORIS ULERICK .was, on 26 day of September, 1957, appointed Ad- ministratrix .of 'the estate of Jos&phfne . F. Watkins, deceased. -All persons having claims against said estate,- -whether or not now due, must file- the same in said court within six 1 (6) months from the date • of the first publication of this.' notice .or :sald claims will, be forever barred. Dated at Loeanaport, • Indiana, this 28-day of September, 1957. •ELIZABETH BIEKER • Clerk -of the Circuit Court for ' Cass County, Indiana O'NEILL & O'NEILL' Attorney lor Estate time a persons n '1-8-15 * F-cey sm tratrlx of the above named estate, ?"« e °ai seUlement has presented and filed her ac- in f Inal settl eme^t count in final "ttlement of sMd estate, and that the same will come up for the examination and action time all Interested In sad 68 a Kathryn F. McCaffrey Personal. Representative Robert S.. Justice Attorney MONZA, Italy British racing car powerful sumersaulted off the Monza track at top speed Monday night and burst into flames, killing British driver Ronald Searles. Searles was one of a team of three drivers attempting to set a new 24-ihour speed record on the famous Italian track with the green Cooper I^IOO-CC. class automobile. They began their attempt eaply this morning. reason for flhe accident wai not imimediatefly known. Several Building Permits Approved A string of building applications was approved yesterday by the building commissioner. Included, were: Gladys French, 506 Huber, $100, porch; H. L. Smith, $70, move garage at- 611 Helm; Robert Doyle, porch work at-2202 Jefferson; Dr. Paul Wilson building,- 422, tyorth, $1,500, remodeling; Raymond DeFord, $600, remodel at 618 Helm; Dean Zellers, $100, walk at 421 Humphrey; Cecil Marler, $85, repairs at 1616 Woodlawn. Pictures Reversed In Sunday's Paner Pictures of two service men carried in Sunday's Pharos- Tribune & Logansport Press, were transposed by mistake. Charles R.-Black, 1305 Balsam street, has completed his basic training-at Fort Gordon, Ga., 'and Wayne Eugena Knight, route 1 Royal Center, is going to the army. The pictures of. the two boys were reversed. _ Apologies of this newspaper to both families. NOTICE STATE OF INDIANA ) ) SS: COUNTY OF CASS ) NOTICE TO ALL, PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF • — — • —• — DECEAS- In the Circuit Court of Cass County, September Term, 1957. Cause 'Number 14864 In the matter of the Estate of H. Eastlund, deceased. that herby«rvena F-VcSfey fsTdm of t ab ove 'named estate has said estate, al « la acton o Court on the 30th day -which time are Elizabeth. Bleker '-„,„./ Clerk of the Circuit Court for. Cass County, Indiana . Miller, Babcock'&.Tolbert Attorney _ SALT CALENDAR Oct. 15-David Lucy ... ...... ^' i "-'" Oct. 16-Eldo Wagoner ........ . ........ • f r Oct. 17-Maurice E.. Thomas ..... -..».. Bucdette Garner Oct. 18-Frank L. Jones Est. ............ Scteader Bros Oct. 19-^essie Stamm ................ Btodette Garner, Oct. 19— Charles William Sheets'- .Rinehart & Sons Aucts. Oct. 23— Max & Carolyn Eshelman ...... . Roy Crume & Harry Bridge, Aucts. Oct. 30— Lavy & Garber ...... ...... ...... J. A. MiUer NEW GUERDON SPARCAST BUDDY CHAMPION COZY NEW NEW MOON SPARTAN PACEMAKER LECAR C ADMLAC NEW HALLMARK GREAT lAKfiS TRAVBLO ANDERSON DCTROtTER We will . tiful Mobile .pocketbook. i liberal trade-in for yoyr. trailer or furniture-on one of the beau- Homes. We have a Mobile Home to fit every family and families BAIRD MOBILE HOMES, INC. 2 ml. south of Peru on U. S. 31 Phoiw Peru Oridley 39808

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