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PAGETWENTY-SIX THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 11. FOR SALE CASH for your used spinet; console, studio piano. Call 8983. WANTED: Used wood lath. Phone 3.388. 12. GOOD THINGS TO EAT APPLES and cider. Jasper Flory & Son, High Street Road. BARK'S RED DELICIOUS Golden Delicious, Jonathan, Grimes, Turley and Stayman Winesap apples on sale at your grocers and storage, % mile north of Lake Cicott. Barr's Orchard. 13. REAl ESTATE FOR SALE: 5 room all modern cottage, gas'heat, Westside. Ph. 7277 or 3798. 20 year farm loans, low rates, no commission. See FRED SMITH, 511 Tanguy. Phone 2804. a. Dressed Fowls, Meats PHEASANTS, domesticated, alive or dressed, while the supply lasts. Mrs. Richard Henderson, Fletchers Lake Fulton UL-7-3124. b. Fruits, Vegetables APPLES and cider. Rome Beauty and Turley Winesap. Bert Rhoades, High Street Road. QUALITY Red & Golden Delicious apples, Stayman, Winesaps & cider. Dwight Smith, north on 25, Airport Road. FRESH chilled sweet cider. Apples, potatoes, bananas. Open evenings. Sam Berkshire, 425 South Cicott Street. QUALITY Red and Golden Delicious apples, Stayman Winesap and cider. Orchard clean-up, you pick, ?2.00. Drops, $1.00. Dwight Smith, north on 25, Airport Road. ORCHARD fresh fruits, cider, sorghum. Kozy Nook Orchard, % mile west Rochester on Road 14. Open until 8 p.m. No Sunday sales. FOR SALE: 8 acres 6 miles from Camden, 18 miles from Logansport. 5 room house, inside plumbing, electric lights, big barn, chicken brooder, other bldgs. Rustic setting with steam running thru corner. Good opportunity for man with ideas. Ready to occupy. Price $6950. Clifford Wallace, Phone 46-J, Gamden. 31 ACRE truck farm on U.S. 35, 2 houses, irrigation, implements, trucks, fish pond, see celery, cauliflower, etc. growing. $12,000, easy terms. Winamac. Dr. Overiiolser, K of C Order To Induct 6 New Members Mon. Six new members will be inducted into the Knights of Columbus order at a meeting Monday evening. ELKINS choice broad breasted turkeys. Oven ready, delivered. Phone 40712. The newly-initiated members will become part of a class of about 80 candidates who will receive the order's first and second degree at Kokomo's new K. of C. home on .Sunday, Nov. 24. _ Monday's group wiU receive the first degree of work. Francis Perrone, past grand knight, will be Grain And Beans Lose CHICAGO Itn — Grain and soybean futures lost ground this week with soybeans . leading the downturn and corn declining to new lows - for the season on two consecutive days. Trading .sessions on the Board of Trade were rather quiet affairs except for spurts stemming from renewed tension in the cold war between Turkey and Syria, more talk about the possible resignation of Secretary of Agriculture Benson and some government moves that were regarded as inflationary. At the close of trading Friday wheat was 1% to 1% lower, corn Va, to 1% down, oats were unchanged to 1 cent off, rye was 1 to VA lower, soybeans were off 2Vs to 3% cents and .lard losses ranged from 40 to 43 cents a hundred pounds. Trading incentives considered inflationary by grainmen included reports that President Eisenhower planned to ask Congress to boost the national debt limit and his proposal to increase defense spending substantially to neutralize Russia's satellites. Another government move with inflationary aspects came late "in the week when the Federal Reserve Board announced a cut in its discount rate to federal reserve banks in the East, South and Midwest. The government's monthly re-1-' port on corn and soybean production came out Tuesday but contained no surprises since it was Virginia Gibson Gets A Break in "Hit Parade" drink with the onion in it) now has that opportunity. "And it'* marvelous," she said, "already on 'Hit Parade,' I've played a prim school teacher, a hillbilly and a social worker in a prison. One week I had a chance to play a witch. Believe me, it was just wonderful being a nasty old witch for a change." NEW YORK (UP) — Virginia Gibson is a sweet. young thing,' but she wishes everybody would forget it for a while. "It's one of the reasons I'm so happy about being part of 'Hit Parade,'" said Miss Gibson-as she strawed up a chocolate milkshake. "All of my career, I've been a sweet, young thing _ on the stage in the movies, on TV. 'I have no objections to being thought of as young and sweet, but if I'm: ever going to become ': an actress, I figure I'll have to do something different. That's the wonderful thing about 'Hit Pa-j rade.' It may sound strange to say it about a musical show, but! it gives you a chance to develop j as an actress' by casting you in; all sorts of parts." f Miss Gibson, a slim, blonde ex-; Watts > who 4ieA Fridav evening port of St. Louis, is one of a' from self-inflicted gun wounds, will quartet of new singers recruited; be conducted at 2 p.m.- Monday at for "Your Hit Parade" this sea-it" 0 Goodland Baptist church with son Before her TV hitch, Miss- interment at the Goodland ceme- 1 wish you'd be more careful what you do, Pet—she's getting to the age again where s.he imitates!" 13. REAL ESTATE OWNER wishes to trade lovely mobile home for modern home in Logansport. Jefferies Agency, 403 East 13th St. .a- Houses MODERN home, 2708 East Broadway. Gas heat, incinerator, dish washer, carpeted. Phon e 6460. • Front! 3 bedr. all one floor, possession, contr. Hillside! 3 bedr. brand new ranch $15,000. Roselawn! 3 bedr. deluxe ranch home, Miami! 4 bedr. modern only $9,000. Contract. Biddle! 5 bedr. new ranch type, cash or trade. East End! 3 bedr. 2 baths, beautiful kitchen. Vacant. Otto Hilbert REALTOR Phone 2684 CONTRACT, Sell or Trade—6% acres near Clymefs. 2 Bedroom modern house. Oil heat. Combination barn, garage. Call 20711 HOMES (3 Bedrooms) GARAGES NO DOWN PAYMENT You turnish ground. Get my prices first and let me show you how to save 50% on your future home. FINISHED HOUSES BUILT TO YOUR SPECIFICATIONS DICK MILLER Phone 21466 1622 East Broadway charge of the initiating unit,: 3 ! 30 "' in Une witn tra . de expecta and Joseph L. Loner, grand knight' I tionSl will preside. '' ™" FURNITURE LOANS LINCOLN FINANCE COMPANY Marie Smuh, M|r. Phon. 31*3 REALGAS HIGH QUALITY LOWER PRICES 818 W. Market Hi-War 24 Seventh and North 18th and Woodlawn Increase Cut Spur Ta Stocks NEW YORK (»- The Federal Reserve Board's surprise ^action in lowering the discount rate res- The report forecast corn produc- cuec j the stock market from an- tion as 3,332,535,000 bushels,, up 281 other weekly decline this week million bushels from the agriculture department's month earlier. The soybean crop estimate a was esti- and pushed it to the upside. speech on "science and security." This week there was', indeed, a vigorous early rise on the morning after the President's speech, led by aircraft, missile and rocket shares; but prices could not hold their ground. Rail Loadings Off Other business news was not regarded as encouraging. Among the reports that day was one on rail carloadings which told of the sharpest drop for any nonholiday week in 1057. • This dragged the Associated Press average of- rails stocks to its third straight low for The credit easing move was j the year in as. many market ses- what the Wall Street community j sions. five million had been praying for, but rather the tone of by federal mated a* 491 million hnshplq a I""" " c °" ^ J -° Jr '" & ""' ""• I«"«-M The Friday market was a vigo- macea as *»i million ousnejs a hope i essly n view of the tone of: „,., nnp p^p,. _,..,„ thpir record production and up about re £ ent - fot „,.„ • K ,, «.,i,,,«,i rous one - " nces maa ?. t . Bel . r d I ... statements bushels compared authorities with the OSDA's earlier forecast. y a " nonues News that the discount BOOSTS SCIENCE COURSES INDIANAPOLIS UP) — Wilbur Young, state superintendent of public instruction, said Friday he will appoint a committee of educators and lay people to re-evaluate science offerings in elementary and secondary schools. Young disclosed the plan at the Council of Chief State School Officers at Williamsburg, Va. had been lowered to 3 per cent from 3% per cent in four districts came after the New York market close on Thursday. That day, stocks took a medium sized beating despite the fact that President Eisenhower had made a speech the night before proposing more defense spending. This paralleled the market performance of the week before on the day after Eisenhower's advance since the historic re- WANT TO TRADE? Owner desire to trade duplex, $140 monthly income, for improved or unimproved small acreage near Logansport. Phone 3879. Free Bicycles Havens Motors With Each Late Model Used Car Sold FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY ONLY (Offer Good On 53-54155-56-57 Models) NO INCREASE IN CAR PRICES pen Evenings 'til 10:00 p. m. Sunday 12:00 to 5:00 p. m.) LOOK AT OUR MANY VALUES! bound of last Oct. 23 which was the best one-day jump in 28 years. Skipping that one in a backward look, however, the Friday rally was the best since March 15, 1933 when security exchanges reopened after the "bank holiday" at the start of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's administration. The five most active stocks this week on the New York Stock Exchange were: Standard Oil New Jersey, off 1% at 49%, on 250,500 shares; I Boeing, up 3% at 38%; Bethlehem Steel, ap IVz at 39Va; General Dynamics, up 3Vs at 59; and General Motors, up Vs at 36%. CALL FOR ZOO INDIANAPOLIS W — Selective service officials said the January draft quota will call for 290 Hoosiers, helping replace men due for discharge from the armed forces. Gun Victim Rites Set For Monday Funeral services for Marvin Gibson served a nine-month sentence with "Happy Hunting," a musical that starred Ethel Merman. Tired Of "Sweet Boles" Miss Gibson eyed the dregs of tery. The body was taken from ' the Chase-Miller funeral home to the Crane mortuary in Goodland, where friends may call after 2 ,p.m. Sunday.. . her milkshake and 'considered! An inq , lest is scheduled for 9 "Happy Hunting." •"! played Miss | a-m Wednesday morning in the Merman's daughter, a very sweet! courthouse office o{ Dr6 M Trniinrt fhmtf " cho CDIfl a tin QfCn : _. * young thing," she said, "and also on Broadway, there was 'Look, Ma, I'm Dancing' in which I played a sweet ingenue. "In Hollywood, it was the same sort of thing—sweet young girls, sweet girl friends, sweet wives, most of them musicals. I did get Stewart, county coroner. The furloughed Pennsy fireman passed away at 7:22 p.m. Friday at Memorial hospital about two and one-half hours after he was found shot in a bedroom at his Carroll county home, 5V4 miles to play a dramatic role with j southwest of here. He was 26. Joan Crawford in 'Goodbye My Fancy,'—as a sweet co-ed. "Then on TV, the same thing. I did a 'Lux Video Theatre' and played a sweet ingenue type," Miss Gibson recalled with some despair, "And in a 'Ford Theatre' I was somebody's sweet girl friend. And maybe you remember me as Johnny Carson's nice wife when he had his TV series." Spotted By Agency Miss Gibson landed her berth on "Your Hit Parade" after some executives from B.B.D.&O., an ad agency, spotted her in the Merman show. "They called me up last February and asked me to audition," Miss Gibson recalled, "and they told me they wanted me. Well, Miss Merman had a contract with the producer of 'Happy Hunting' that said all the members of the cast had to remain with the show for the run of the play. "But Miss Merman was very nice about it when I asked for my release. I told her the truth —that I felt I 'was marking time, | singing the same songs over and i over, that I wanted the opportu- jnity to dp something different." Miss Gibson Cher real name is Despondent Over Future Watts was apparently despondent over his future. His wife, Willa Jo, left him about a week ago and went to her parents ,at Monor: with the 2-year-old daughter. The victim also had received his last unemployment compensation check. Watts was furloughed from the railroad last May. He came here from Goodland about four years ago. Authorities found a note which Watts had left, stating that he .was unable to live without his wife, that life was too lonely without her. The message was addressed to Mrs. Watts. A previous attempt to take his life by carbon monoxide was reported. Watts had been living or: the Louis Rice farm where be had been serving as a farm hand. Rice told officers that be started taking care of the farm stock Thursday after Watts became ill; It was believed his sickness stemmed from the attempt to end his life from carbon monoxide fumes from his car engine. Rice went to the house at 5 p.m. Friday and found Watts in critical condition from the gun wounds to his head. Bernard Leavitt, state detective, and Larry Wagenknecbt, state trooper, who worked on the case several hours, confirmed the suicide theory. Uied .ZZ Automatic The shooting was ^with a .J2 automatic pistol which was lying by the victim. It was new-and apparently only recently purchased. The shot struck him in the right temple. Relatives were contacted and the victim's father, Raymond Watts, of Goodland, came here. Also arriving were his wife's father, Russell Abbott of Monon, and her brother, Gene Abbott, <of Monticeilo. Watts' driving license, issued a year ago, shows his address then a 708 High street in Logansport. 4 Living, 6 Dead In Plane Mishap ANCHORAGE, Alaska (IK—Four crewmen were found alive and six dead Saturday in the wreckage of an Air Force B29 that crashed into an Alaska mountainside during a snowstorm Friday night. The four survivors, all injured, were airlifted here from the crash scene in the Talkeetna range about 50 miles to the northeast. Their names and extent of their injuries were not available immediately. Nor were the names oE the dead,released. The shattered, four - engined plane was sighted before midday at the 6,900-foot level of the snow covered peak. Two helicopters and another search plane bad been out since daybreak looking for the missing bomber. INJURIES PROVE FATAL RICHMOND, Ind. 0>-James L. Brower, 19, Richmond, who was injured last Saturday in a collision of his car and a truck on U.S. 40 west of Richmond, died Thursday night. Richard S. Flanagan, 26, Centerville truck driver, was charged with failure to yield right-of-way. SALE CALENDAR ^ Nov. 20—Freeman Simms .". .Bridge Nov. 20—Fred Scifert Shigley & Vogel Nov. 20—Berkshire Auction House Waldron, Auct. Nov. 22—Hummel Estate Weddington Nov. 22—Vernice Working Murden Nov. 22—Joe's Auction .- - Tesl Nov. 23—Maple Grove Sales & Service Rinehart .,„„„ „.— „ ,, t ,„ Nov. 23—Cecil Shoemaker & Miller Heirs ..'..-. .Plotner Gorski—she was named after the'Nov. 23—Berkshire Auction House Waldron, Auct. COLLEGE HILL ADDITION New 3 bdr. modern homes at substantially reduced prices and down payments. Open Sunday, located top of College Hill at 3rd St. WE HAVE A LONG LIST OF LOGANSPORT RESI DENTS WHO WANT TO BUY HOMES IN ALL CLASSES. YOURS MAY BE THE ONE SOMEONE IS LOOKING FOR. LIST WITH US TODAY. MERRILL WILSON. REALTOR Mrs. Alma Hill, Sales Rep. 300 North St., Phone 3798 Eves. Phone 7277 '56 Lincoln Premiere hardtop '57 Mercury Monterey 4 door '56 Ford Station Wagon (4 Door 9 pass.) '56 Buick Station Wagon {4 Door 6 Pass.) '56 Mercury Custom 2 door '56 Mercury Montclair convertible. '56 Ford Ranch Wagon 2 door '55 Mercury Monterey hardtop '55 Lincoln Capri hardtop '55 Buick Riveria 4 door '54 Ford Custom 2 door V '55 Mercury Montclair Convertible '53 Lincoln Capri hardtop '53 Mercury Station Wagon (4 door 9 pass.) '53 Mercury Monterey hardtop '53 Chevrolet Vi ton pick-up 6 ROOM, 1 story modern home, oil, hot water heat, 2 car garage. 3130 N. Pennsylvania Ave. Ph. 2489. e. Farm* 18 ACRES, rich soil, 8 room house, modern, nice kitchen, new bath new barn. Cost approx. S4.000. Large shaded lawn, garden between Akron and Rochester. Owner moving to Florida. Sell contract $2500 down. ELMER LITTON, Realtor 1020 Jefferson St. Rochester, Ind. WE ALSO HAVE 4 FACTORY NEW 1957 MERCURYS $1,000.00 DISCOUNT OUR CARS AREN'T EXPENSIVE—THEY JUST LOOK THAT WAY! HAVENS MOTORS, inc. Market at 25th LINCOIN MERCURY Get Set St: KM TKe Gift-Spotter strttdits yow precKHM shopping hours. Suggests gifts for everyone that tarn you hearty thanks. Lets you plot a swift, confident «e*r*e that an tires aH on ; your list are well remembered. Be done with shopping sooner—and with heaps more satisfaction—by consulting The Gift Spotter

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