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Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, October 27, 1957
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PAGE'TWENTY-SK THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1WT 10. FOR RENT FOR RENT: Reasonable, farm home with garage, four bedrooms, modern, blacktop road past farm, 17 miles from Lo- .gansport. Also 1 farm home, 2 bedroom, electric. Reply Box ,241, DeMotte,. Ind. Give references and appointment can be .made to see rentals. FOR RENT — Small furnished •house for 2. Ph. 40593. MODERN home for rent, excellent location on High St., 8 rooms, 4 "bedrooms, automatic heat, immediate occupancy. Call 3195. %-of double, heat and water fur- nished. Call 7811 after 4:30. f. Rooms BEAUTIFUL, furnished, modern, heated room. 'Strictly private Lavatory in room for 1 or 2 .805 North. II. FOR SALE 1957 model upright Norge freezer, 15 cubic foot, take over payments, .A-l condition. Ph. 21286. ,12. GOOD THINGS TO EAT CLEAN oil burners the easy way with Burn-Rite. Soot and hard carbon distroyed. " Guranteed Only $1.49 " at Flannegin Ace Hardware. SPECIALS!! Kenmore console, excellent condition, M-W console $44.50 White portable $24.50 .All Reconditioned. and Fully Guaranteed. BARBER'S SEWING SUPPLIES 318 Bdwy. Ph. 4454 LARGE room for rent. Phone 608 after 5 p.m. CLEAN sleeping" rooms, close-in 514-E-.. Market. Ph. 20371. SLEEPING room, first floor, pri •vate entrance. 1318 High. VACANCY for one elderly lady '.CaU Royal Center 2892. h. Tool Rentals 2'-and 4 wheel trailers, pickup -trucks, furnace cleaners, all kind of tools. Ness Rental Service Phone 5911. !1. FOR SALE a. Household Goods USED G. E. automatic i washer Good working condition. $100 Phone 4269. USED Westinghouse electric rang- _es. $49.95 and up. Briggs Elec- : -lric, 205—5th. GEORGE PLEASE RETURN — "-You can sit in your favorite chair "now because I. discovered Lustr-Glo which always keeps it sparkling clean. At Flanegin Hardware. FOR SALE: Kenmore gas range, •like new. -Phone Grass Creek 2553. . Our Store -'is full of both- New & Used Furniture. It will pay you to see us before you buy. ' " SOLD ON EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS, We Accept Trade-ins! NEW LINOLEUM'S -in about 25 assorted patterns - Size 9x12 • ARMEY'S Furniture Co. 228 E. Market -MAYTAG. WASHER & DRYER .$389.95 and old washer. General Supply Co., New Waverly. MAPLE dinette, set, like new; 1956 21" Motorola TV, priced to sell. Ph. 21402. KITCHEN-MAE) natural birch kitchens, custom fit to your space. -On display at A. J. Schmidt Co., 415 Eighth. CLEARANCE' of Used Merchandise 1—Electric Range. A real buy— : $25.00 Odds and Ends of Cabinets • !/2 Price 15 cu. ft. Amana Freezer, floor model. Save -$270. > $289.95 1—Whirlpool Automatic Washer, working condition— $75.00 1—2-piece Living Room -Suite, excellent condition. Red mohair frieze—^ $44.00 1—2-piece Living Room Suite, • excellent condition. Brown mohair ..frieze— ! $27.00 . OLSEN'S Third Fio.or •> Furniture and . Appliances- NEW Hotpoint built-in stove unit with deep .well, automatic oven with rotisserie and- automatic grill. 216 W. Clinton after 4 p.m. APARTMENT gas stove, apartment refrigerator, -gas space heater, wood and coal heaters, complete line' of used furniture, low prices.' Boyd's, 1200 Erie Ave. QUALITY Red and Golden Deli cious apples. Stayman Winesap cider. Dwight Smith north on 25 Airport Road. b. Miscellaneous NEW 16 gauge shotgun. Ph. 21052. Sunday or evenings. ITHACA feather lite 12 gauge pump gun. Phone 56904. 40 GAL. Rheem electric hot water heater. • Excellent condition. $60. Phone 9114. / 200 FEET Picket Fence. 16 Steel Posts. 8 Wood Posts. 2 Wood Gates. Phone 8174. 27 FT. 1956 Ritz Craft trailer house. Phone 42M, Camden. LOOM CRAFT "Wear a Year' Women's slips, $1.49 & $1.25 Open 7 days a week. 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Come in and browse Bargain Center, 322 Third. 1 SHALLOW Well water system complete. C. L. Jenkins, Peru Indiana, Phone GR 3-5816. WOVEN rugs for sale. Custom weaving. Gertie Giffin. Phone 40416. ONE shielded soft coal heater; one Kenmore circulating oil heater; one 3-room oil heater; one 4-bur ner gas cook stove'; one 20th Century electric washer; 2 toilet stools with tanks; one lavatory bowl, all in A-l condition. Phone 7011 or write Box 414,. Logans port. 1 GAS space heater. 1—30 gal. automatic gas water heater, 1 cash register. Call after 5:30 1217 Smead St. HOUSETRAILERS and accessories Buy, sell or trade. 2 mi. N. W on £• S. 3S. Maple Springs. STEVENS rifle. 3.0-30 bolt action Brand new. Phone 50061. Can see between 942 a.m., 5-9:30 p.m. HOUSETRAILERS NEW & USED Anoka Trailer Court & Sales, 4 miles southeast of Logan on 35 35 FT. 6 IN. galvanized pipe. 10 ft. 10 in. pipe. New. Phone 20125. DOUBLE wash tubs, apartment size washer, baby buggy. Ph 21710. •ERREE & SMITH, Mobile Home Sales, Akron, Ind., Ph. TW-3-3285 or TW-3-2075. V4 mi. S. Akron. REMINGTON pump, deluxe model 760, 30-06, sling, scope mount: 8785. ILEARANCE! New 1957 21" console televisions, $100 trade-in allowance, regardless of condition of your set. $5 down, • $3 a week. Firestone Store, Third and Eel River Ave. -INCH'bench saw with %-h.p. motor, mounted on steel bench. Ph. 6505. 2-PIECE living room suite, deep 'rose, excellent condition. Mad den.* Ph. Young America 2577. NEW and used furniture, appli- . ances and hardware. Open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily except Sun> day. Bershire's 810 N. Third ''•St. ' ' CLEARANCE! •",40" Hotpoint electric range. ."-Beg. price $289.95. Now $199.95. Vfi down delivers. Goodyear -iervice, Sixth and Broadway. "Phone 2917. L cu. ft. commercial upright freezer, like new. Sports golf car, gasoline operated, seats 2. P 2568. USED Schwin bicycle,' $16; tape recorder, $45; movie camera, $25; Estey organ, $45; Thor washer, $10; coke cooler, $4; coffee table; day bed; rocker. 422 First. MODERN housetrailer for rent. 911 Helm. c. Musical Instruments NEW SPINETS, $495 Others at great value from world's largest piano factory. STRANGE MUSIC HOUSE At -Marocco's, 521 E. Broadway SPINETS — Guaranteed lowest prices. Terms. Ivers & Pond, 834"West Miami. d. Poultry, Eggs, Baby Chix BIGGER poultry profits the Na- piana way.. Feed Napiana egg feeds ifpr better results. Krum bles or pellets. King's Hatchery & Feed. Sixth and North Sts. FEED newly house" pullets Red Comb Egg Mash, 20%^ Hizer Hatchory, Grass Creek. f. Wearing Apparel PROTECT your clothes, furniture and woolen's from moth damage for 5 years. One spraying of BERLOU does it or BERLOU pays for the damage. It's '"odorless, stainless and dry cleaning does not remove it. Notions Dept., First Floor,. GOLDEN RULE: SPECIAL at the THRIFT SHOP Men & Women's FALL AND WINTER COATS, 411 E. Market h. Wanted to Buy WILL B'LJY defective table model radios. Price must be cheap. Phone 50891. '• 'GOOD la.te model automatic washer and gas dryer. Phone-6041. WANT: .Modern housetrailer, kindly write P. 0. Box 803, Marion, Ind. 12 GOOD THINGS TO EAT APPLES and cider. Jasper Flory & Son, High Street Road. • BARR'S RED DELICIOUS Golden Delicious, Jonathan Grjmes and Cortland Apples o sale at your grocers and storage % mile north of Lake Cicoti Fresh cider. Barr's Orchard b. Fruits, Vegetables APPLES, red and yellow delicious Grimes and greenings. Mil Smith's orchard, S. on 29. Phon 40429. Will deliver. FRESH chilled sweet ^cidef. Ap pies, potatoes, bananas. Ope evenings. Sam Berkshire, 42 South Cicott Street. , ORCHARD fresh fruits, cider, sor ghum. Kozy Nook Orchard, . mile west Rochester on Road 14 Open.until 8 p.m. No sales. APPLES-You pick, $1.50 bushel at Jim Calhoun's Orchard, : miles west, % mile south of I at Delong. 13. REAL ESTATE k ACRES, 943 ft. highway front age. $375 an acre. Phone 56843. WILL , TRADE mpdern 7 room house. 2 car garage for farm Phone 9811 Logansport. a- Houses WE HAVE A BIG DEMAND TO SELL, FOR FARMS AND SUBURBAN PROPERTIES PLEASE CALL, Otto Hilbert REALTOR Phone 2684 TO .BUY OR SELL-PLEASE TELL DALE W. McNUTT YOUR REALTOR Phone 2928 5 ROOMS, tile bath, full basement, double garage. Write Box A-28 this newspaper. 3 BEDROOM MODERN 2, story home on Wheatland Avenue. Toilet, lavatory and shower first floor, full bath up. Nice kitchen, gas ~ furnace, storm windows, insulated. Clean and neat. Very reasonably" 1 priced. FRANK T. MORRIS AGENCY, Inc.' 125 Fourth St. Phone 3063 CONTRACT sale or trade. 6% -acres near Clymers 1 . 2 bedroom, modern home with barn, garage. CaU 20711. HOMES (3 Bedrooms) GARAGES NO DOWN PAYMENT You furnish ground.' Get my prices first and let me show you how to save 50% on your future home. FINISHED HOUSES BUI HI-TO; YOUR SPECIFICATIONS DICK MILLER Phone 21466 1622 East Broadway 1210 E. Broadway, two^ story, four bedroom with basement and oil furnace,, priced at only $9,000 with, $2,000 down and balance as rent. Merrill WDson, Realtor, 300 North St. Phone 3798. FOR SALE The home of John Paige, deceased, in Walton. Dwelling with • 3 rooms and kitchenette, toilet and shower. Enclosed back porch and cement front porch. Shop and poultry house on large lot 132x171 ft. Fenced and lots of fruit trees. Located on the wests side of North Walnut street, first house .north oL State Road 218. This property may be seen by contacting— Frank T. Morris Executor 125 Fourth, Logansport WANTED TO BUY from owner: 5 rpom : house, or older hoifte in need of repair. Eastend. Write Box A-18 this newspaper:' i-ROOM, 1 story-modern home, oil, hot water -heat, 2 car garage. 3130 .N. Pennsylvania Ave. Ph. 2489. • •:-'-'-- SIDE GLANCES fO-28- . U.S. P.tOff.. g) l»7 by NEA faryfa*. hi". "I simply have to relax, George! I know—I'll go down today and buy a hat and dressl" 13 REAL ESTATE a. Houses i-ROOM modern home with gar age, furnace and bath, Westside Write Box A-25, this newspaper 222 Wheatland 5 rm. mod. $7500 521 W. Market, duplex $1000 dn. 1503 Spear, duplex, $12,500. 901 19th St., 7 rm mod. $7,500. 1427 Lobelia, new mod. $900 dn. 1401 Lobelia 3 bdr mod $500 dn. 230 W. Miami, 7 rm mod $4,250. 1312 W. Melbourn, 3 b mo $4500 Royal Center 5'bd mod to trade. 165x165 lot. South, $1500. 150x150 lot. East. $1700. 100x176 lot. North. $950. H. ERVIN EARNER, Realtor 538 Bates St. ..- Ph. 4716 BEDROOM new home. Ful basement. Beautiful hardwood floors, tile bath. Beautiful built- ins'. Storm doors and windows Snack bar. 10 acres. Small stream. This is an ideal home Gas heat, close to town on blacktop. Private owner. Cal 4229 or 40665. "TO BUY, JO SELL, . JO TRADE, jo BUILD: "SeeOtt" IF YOU DON'T KNOW OTTO, YOU OUGHT TO. Otto Hilbert REALTOR PHONE 2684 MODERN 2 bedroom 'home. East- West-North. Modern 3 bedroom. Full basement.; Cottage. East. Modern 4 bedroom. Full'base- ment. 2 story. East. 'Duplex. West and East 5 rm. 2 bedroom. Cottage. Lucerne. Vacant lots. City and country. Douglas v or Roscoe Martin Realtor. Phone 4567 or 4495. c. Farms FOR SALE 120 acres. New brick 3 bedroom home. Grade "A" dairy barn, new crib with inside elevator, large machine shed, good woven wire fencing, good drainage, high soil fertility, excellent buildings with high producing soD. One of the better farms, in Cass county. 160 acres, Indian Creek twp., 2 miles' west Thornhope v . 160 acres, Monroe twp., .good bldgs. 3 miles' west Winamac. 160 acres, Monroe twp., fair bldgs. Good soil. 80 acres, Monroe twp., 2 new houses, barn, poultry house. 80 acre's, Monroe twp., modern home. Qutbldgs.' $13,000. 40; acres, .Indian Creek twp., unimproved. 40 acres, Van Buren twp., unimproved. DILTS BROTHERS Insurance—Real Estate / Winamac, Ind. Phone ; 144 13. REAL ESTATE c. Farms 160-ACRE farm, good buildings mostly level land, $24,000. Jefferies Agency, 403 East 13th., Rochester. Dial CA-3-6111. LONG TIME Farm Loans at reasonable rate of interest, write or call Bricker_ Insurance Agency, 65 W. Canal Street, Wabash, Indiana: Phones 715 Office and 37!Vt Residence. 20 year farm loans, low rates, no commission. See FRED SMITH, 511 Tanguy. Phone 2804. \ . 90% ACRES farm. 5 room modern house. 1V4 mile north-of Royal Center. Gale Skinner. Phone 3012. Thinks Parent s Should Pay More Fees To Colleges NEW YORK (j?)—The chairman of President Eisenhowers Committee on Education Beyond the High School said Saturday that students and parents should pay a higher proportion of college'tui- tion than at present in order to maintain educational quality. The chairman, Devereux C. Josephs, told a news' conference. he favored 'an expanded loan program for students as a way of financing the higher' tuitions. One of the primary purposes of higher tuitions would.be to enable colleges and universities to ' pay their teachers more adequate salaries, he explained. Josephs' remarks were released along with an announcement by the President's committee that ill states have completed or scheduled studies of their higher education problems since the committee began its work early in 1956. A report last July contained'the committee's recommendations on problems of higher education in the nation. They included: income tax relief for parents of college students, an experimental federal student 'loan fund, more organized recruitment of'faculty, higher faculty salaries, better clerical • and secretarial facilities for faculties and improved retirement plans. The v President's committee has emphasized its belief from the outset that education is primarily a state responsibility. ACTRESS TOURING FLORENCE FLORENCE, ' Italy (IP) — Claudette Colbert is touring this north Italian city in ;an unaccustomed role—as a prospective large scale .buyer of jewelry, clothes and 'ashion accessories., Miss Colbert :ol<l newsmen she is considering idea of opening a shop in Hollywood. • Boom For New Cars In 1958 Also? By DAVID J. WILKIE A.P. Automotive ^Editor DETROIT (flMtfill thg -auto industry have a boom year .in 1958 or will,.its merchandising division have to battle for every new car sale and achieve a scant six million-unit deliveries? Industry' .analysts are asking that question as th e car makers near the start of another model year. The answers are far from definite. The industry is virtually ' certain of a six million-plus unii sales year in. calendar 1957. Bui it is far from certain about, what will happen in calendar 1958. Here are factors that must be considered in appraising the industry'. 1 ; proects: This year's sales volume—Probably third highest in' industry history—will have been achieved by rugged competition at the dealer level." It was stimulated by factory-promoted _ contests wi l .h bonuses for volume. It may have borrowed,"** something : from .the over-all 1958 market. Borrowed Previously Sales pressure exerted in Hie cleanup drives on outgoing 1955 and 1956 model -cars certainly borrowed 'something from the Future demand. The borrowing was reflected hi failure of the traditional spring upsurge to appear in 1956 and 1957. It could happen in the spring of 1958. The cleanup of outgoing 1957 model ,car s apparently will be more nearly complete than- those of the preceding two years. This will give the car makers and retailers a good start on the new model -year. But—excepting in a few instances—price tags are going to be higher. Car buyers have;come to expect this with each new model introduction. Many have sought to circumvent price hikes by hunting bargains in outgoing models. " Much Price Cutting Moreover' factory output through most of the- year ran much higher than retail sales and new car buyers.have been getting high tradein allowances and price concessions. Price cutting at the retail level has been going on for several years. All this does not mean the outlook for the year ahead is much different than it was a year ago when new model cars came to the market. It does mean that the new model cars with all their attractive features like greater eye-appeal improved windshields, better lighting systems, greatly enhanced fuel economy, self-adjusting brakes, more • efficient engines and optional air suspension, will not sell merely on sight. The car dealers'- job for 1958 undoubtedly will be just as rugged as- it was fchis year. It has been estimated the industry spent around ,-!%• billion- dollars getting 1958 model cars to market. The huge outlay reflects increased tooling costs and extensive engineering changes. Mainly, aowever, it results from the, intensified competitive battle among e'neral Motors, Ford and Chrysler. "FUSION TICKET" A "fusion ticket" is a temporary coalition of two or more partial '-.o oppose major parties, especially n judiciary and municipal eleo tions. 'FURNITURE LOANS LINCOLN FINANCE COMPANY Marie Smi.h, Mflf. Phone 3295 •Dairy men attend our sey cleaning Dem. of Bulk tank, pipeline milker Tue., Oct. 29, 9:30 A.M. at J. M. Wagoner, 1 mi. N, 1 E. -of Fultoih 1 Pm Roy Jones 4 W Grass Creek. THOMAS HDWE. Grass Creek REALGAS HIGH QUALITY LOWER PRICES 818 W. Market Hi-Way .24 IStb and Woodlawn Seventh and North Stock Market Had Depressing Effect On Grain Prices CHICAGO; W— International developments 'and the stock' market figured .largely in the downturn of grain futures this week. ; Board of Trade commodities ended lower most of the trading sessions, -reflecting easing of the Syrian crisis'and a sharp break in securities early in the week. At midweek the securities .market staged ' an historic : recovery and' grains .reacted favorably, closing higher Wednesday. By. Thursday the Middle; : East situation had lost its -potency as an immediate market factor and the still rising stock market ''had only a minor •" effect on the trade". As a result, most futures again declined. At the end of the trading week, the stock market was lower again but had little or no : effect on grains.. Except for corn, .grains •and soybeans finished steady' to firm Friday. As a result, wheat futures ended the •. week 1%" to'. 2% cents a bushel lower than Friday a week a'go. Corn was down % to 1 cent a .bushel, oats unchanged to IVs lower, Rye was off ;2W to 4%-. cents, soybean- declined;3%. to 37s cent's, and lard finished-'5 to 40 cents a hundred pounds lower. CROSSWORD PUZZLE Answer to Yesterday'! Purzlt ACROSS 1—Rent ' 6—Fun 11—Clergyman 12—Pertaining-to Ionia 14—Great bustard 15—Taut 17—Parent (collod.) IS—Music: as written 19—Mala duck 20—Chart 21—College degre* (abbr.) 22—Prophets 23—Wan 24—Man who drives dray 26—Country of British Isles 27—Intertwine 28—Vehicle 29—French painter 31—Grlddlecake 34—Land held in absolute independence 35—Temporary repair 36—Exists 37—Noise 3S—Value 39—Emmet 40—Four (Roman number) 41—Chief artery 42—Rise and fall of ocean 43—Enthusiast 45—Sex 47—Foray* 48—Go in DOWN 1—Second of two 2—Silkworm 27 JV y> •2$ 17 W 19 '22 ''A 76 US ft> 20 5? .» (MM IW-r, tratlBta. I". S—Beast of burden 4 —Conjunction 5—Appeal 6—Settles "7—Attitude S— Number i 9;—Japanese j measure 10—Mexican dish 11—Sat for portrait 13—Backs of neck* 16—Merit 19—Resign x 20—Island In Mediterranean 22—Chu rch-councii 23—Scorch 25—City in Ohio 26—Timepiece ' 28—Small houss 29—City in Spain • 30—Man's nam» 31—5!ale deer 32—More benevolent 23—Chemical compound 35—Harbors • 3 S—Forest ; 39—Military ! assistant 41—Mohammedan name 42—Exploslv* (abbr.) 44—Cooled lav* 46—Printer's SALE CALENDAR Oct. 30—Lavy & Garber ..._............... J. A. Miller Oct. 30—Edward M. Dingeldine Estate Auct. Teel Oct. 31—Fay Ross Harold Steiner Nov. 1—Joe's Auction Room Teel Nov. 2—R. W. Bray Rinehart & Sons Nov. 12—Guy Bryant Harold Steiner Nov. 16—Mrs. Perry Miller R. Rinehart & Sons HAVENS MOTORS, Inc. "Your Lincoln - Mercury Dealer" We Have Factory Trained Mechanics at your call,^by appointment, to perform desired servicing of all makes and models of cars. Suggested Services Include: •fa Complete Winterizing fa Complete seasonal motor tune-up fa Lubrication—oil change—oil filter ele fa Change fluid and adjust automatic transmission bands. fa Tire rotation—wheel balancing. . . •fa Front wheel alignment ^r. Brake inspection and adjustments •fa Clean and repack front wheel bearing fa .Inspect front and rear shock absorbers •fa Porcelainizing fa Undercoating. . PKONE 3089 or 3507 For Appointment PARTS - SBRVrCE Frank Dawson — Service Manager Plan Now To Attend Grimes Swissland Dispersal Tuesday, October 29, 12 Noon PERU, INDIANA-At the farm on U. S. Highway 24, six miles west of Peru; or 9 miles east of Logansport. 41 -jlead Brown Swiss -41 Records of over 500 Fat Top~Breedir Production Tested Gooc Health Record .Built on Good Bloodlines 4 Bulls -19 Cows -6 Bred Heifers 12 Open Heifers Every Animal selling traces to Jane Of Vernon A Herd built on Lee's Hill & Judd's Bridge Breeding Machinery Hinman Milkers — 2 single units, with 4 un?t compressor. % horse motor. 260 Gal. T-20 Bulk tank with Super Strainer with 2 HP air and water cooled motor. [Owner reserves right to accept or refuse all bids on this bulk tank.) Robert E. Grimes (Not responsible for accidents.) Lunch will be served. NEW GUERDON SPARCAST BUDDY CHAMPION COZY NEW , NEWMOON SPARTAN PACEMAKER LECAR CADILLAC NEW HALLMARK GREAT LAKES- TRAVELO ANDERSON DETROiTER We will give you a liberal trade-in for. your trailer or furniture on one of the beautiful Mobile Homes. We have a Mobile Home to fit'every family a/id families pocketbook. BAIRD MOBILE HOMES, INC. 2 mi. south of Peru on U. S. 31 Phona Peru Gridley 39808

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