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transport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Worm, Woolly, Theme Gifts for Your Male List There are many exciting new gift suggestions which should mak Dad, big brother, junior, uncle arc cousin pleased with what you giv< tnem — soft, woolen sports shirts longwearing wool socks, colorfu wool mufflers, wool knit gloves patterned ties, challis belts and bulky wool knit sweaters. For families who "chip" in and buy a big gift together, there are warm wool outer jackets, tweed sport coats, worsted flannel slacks and tropical wool-worsted dinner jackets. Wool emerges this Christmas in a Variety of welcomed gifts — styled in the spirit of today's functional fashions. Keyed to the taste and- needs of the American male, and. lad, too. wool gifts stand out in warmth, wearability and good tailoring. -And, wool apparel holds its shape. In sports shirts, the tweedy card- 'gan look is a new fashion. Worn jutside, it is a style endorsed by men accustomed tp the finest. Convertable collar shirt-sweaters 'milled of soft warm lamb's wojl, ire perfect gifts for Dads. They :ome in smaller sizes for lads, too. Since 1 many young boys like to ?mulate their lather's clothing pre- 'erences, a Dad and lad sweater set is certain to meet with approval. In woolen plaid shirts, black and red are the hottest color combo. In fact, you 11 see black and red strip. ed patterns too in wool knit pullover shirts. Smaller apparel gifts too, will make many a man or lad happy. There's no time better than Christmas to give a soft wool muffler. And wool knit gloves are favored by both sports car drivers and the "snowball throwing" set. Bulky wool knit sweaters—with turn up shawl collars— are the big news in sweaters this holiday, and if you give a wool knit sweater in gray and red, black and white or red and black, it'll be welcomed Minnesota Firm to Build $28Million Nuclear Plant WASHINGTON (UP) — The indeed. Atomic • j signed I Vnwl-Ur. Energy a contract Commission today with AREEST DESERTER EAST GARY (UP)-John Harry Manning, 23, East Gary, who was arrested Saturday as a Navy deserter of more than a year i!rew a flowing beard and mustache and let his hair grow bushy to avoid detectives, the FBI said today. PAPERS HIKE PRICES SYRACUSE, N.Y. (UP) — Both Syracuse newspapers today increased daily prices from 5 to 7 cents. The evening Syracuse Herald- Journal and the morning Syracuse I'ost-Standard announced that increased labor and newsprint costs are properties of S. I. Newhouse. Northern States Power Co. of Minneapolis, Minn., for construction of a 28-miilion-dolIar nuciear power plant. AEC Chairman Lewis L Strauss said Northern States Power would tral Utilities Atomic Power Associates which will share in the technical know-how gained .from the project in return for investing 83,650,000 towards its development, the AEC said. Contract plans call for completion of the advanced boiling water ' type reactor to be com- N. Bernard Gussett, president of build the 66,000 kilowatt plant at jpleted by June, 1962. The AEC said its own expense with the conimis-1 it will reserve issuance of an oper- sion contributing six million riol- ational license until all safety lars toward research and develop- standards have been met, ment. • -- - - The commission also will waive charges of up to one million dollars for the reactor's fuel of slightly enriched uranium. Northern States Power is considering erecting the plant near its present steam generating station at Sioux Falls, S.D., Strauss said in a statement. Ten other midwestern electric- utility companies along with Northern States have formed Cen- this year, the tentative site was set as "a short distance north of the Iowa-Minnesota Border " However, Allan S. King, president of the Northern States Power Co., said today, "several factors, including water supply even in drought periods, will finally determine the location of the plant." The new site, which is being studied by engineers, is located along the Big Sioux River. PRISON CELEBRITY INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—An inmate of the Marion County jail has been returned after a prize- winning jciurney outside prison walls. Pete, a- gray and black the Iowa. Power and Light Co., j striped cat, won $2 Saturday in I the household pet class of the said the tentative site had been! shifted from near Mankato, Minn., to near Sioux Falls because drought studies showed there was a possibility of inadequate water at times at the Minnesota site. The final determination of the plant site will have to be approved by the AEC. When the plan to construct the atomic plant was announced early POLISH BOXER FLEES . LONDON (UP) — Polish amateur heavyweight boxing champion R. Manka disappeared shortly before he was to return home today, and there was speculation he may have chosen freedom in the West rather than return to his Communist-run homeland. Wednesday Evening, November 27, 195T. 50 YEARS A NUN—Sister Jcsuina, 71, marks her Golden JubUc. at a mass in Los Angeles. She is in the Sacred Heart order. Asked to reflect back on her 50 years as a nun, she said, "Working with children is my life," (Internation Join Our Christmas Club for 1958 Treat yourself and your family to a prepaid Christmas next year. Smcill Weekly Deposits Will Do It JOIN NEXT PAYDAY THE FARMERS & MERCHANTS STATE BANK sj Low Down ifj Payment • $1.25 Weekly For Him. . . . !4 Inch Utility BUCK & DECKER HEX KEY CHUCK $13.99 5 Handsome electric drill. > Trigger switch locks in "on" position. Handy tool. U.L. GOODYEAR SERVICE 6th and Broadway Phone 2917 GRAND IDEAS for GRAND GIVING FOR SURE-TO-BE-WBLCOME GIFTS FOR EVERYONE FROM INFANTS TO SENIOR CITIZENS, DEPEND ON THE GJFT-SPOTTER This handy popular Gift Directory quickly tells you the What-And-Where of Good Gift-Picking. FINE ITEMS EVERY TIME! GIFTS FOR DAD GIFTS FOR MOTHER GIFTS FOR BROTHER GIFTS FOR SISTER GIFTS FOR ? CHILDREN QioJii foi a GIFTS FOR THE HOME GIFTS FOR THE HOME Over TOO tables to choose from. — Corner, end, lamp and cocktail tables At about Vi the price you usually pay. ALSO . . . 9x12 LINOLEUM $4.9$ ARMEY'S FURNITURE 228 East Market SANTA SPECIAL! Combination SANDWICH TOASTER & WAFFLE IRON R*g. 19.95 99 • R*v«rsibl. grid* • 176 sq. in. cooking ore* CONVENIB4T TERMS AVAIUUULI BF. Goodrich [FIRST IN RUBBER- FIRST IN TUBEUSS ] Our large selection of fine w i n e s» liquors, brandies, etc. _ . W^-M will make it easy to te*4 give an appreciated *9^ gift . . . Also, you'll want a supply for the holidays ahead Regal Liquor Store Phone 2954 FOR YOUR HOLIDAY FRUIT CAKE KRESGE'S has everything Fancy Fruit Ib. 79c Nots of off kinds . . . Cherries; Red and Green Pineapple KRESGE'S 422 Broadway Logansport, Ind. CHRISTMAS GIFTS?? Gifts for the Home are Practical and Permanent See our wide selection of MANTIi, BUFFET, WALL AND DOOR MIRRORS All mirrors delivered Free in the Logan sport area. Bet-R-Way Gloss Prod., Inc. 1428 Michigan Ave. Ph. 2456 New Orthophonic Hi-Fi Victrola 4 speed record changer, 3 speaker system, 4 finishes BARMJT BARGAIN BARN 416 South Third Phone 2821 WE SUGGEST A GENUINE FRIGIDAIRE Combination Food freezer—Refrigerator (She'll Love It) NOW ONLY $279.95 With Trad* (Reg. $369.95} For Limited Time JACKSON -KITCHEL 510 High Street Phone 3085 Santa Suggests... For That Special Lady in your life $2.98 White, Pink, Blue TERRY SCUFFS 407 E. Broadway Phone 4637 OUTSTANDING VALUES FOR CHRISTMAS HYING $4.95 Special 1 large Salad Bowl; 2 PC. Fork and Spam*; 4 Individual Mod Bowl*; 1 SoH, ) Pepp.r to match. 320 Broadway Phone 4287 Reduced to • 96" x 48" table with folding steel legs •• Can be used for picnics, luncheons of two card tables • Complete with four paddles, net and clamps, two balls, rule book and plastic accessory holder 3.00 Down 1.25 a Week Ttrc$tone Stores 3rd and Eel River Phont 3922

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