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Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, May 25, 1957
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Saturday Evening, May 25, 1957. Deaths and Funerals Cass Farm Families Entertain Visitors From Foreign Lands Three visitors from foreign countries, here for the international agriculture conference at Purdue university addressed Onward Grange members at a meeting Friday night. Each of the three men. two from Netherlands and the other from China, are staying in Cass county homes. TIMTTTVTAW J - S " Biesheuel, secretary of for- IKUIIMAN eign re i ations in the Netherlands, Funeral services for Leo Trutt- discusscd agr i cu itural policy and man. 69. were conducted Saturday ]alncd us p OSsib n ities for im . normng at St. Joseph s church migranls Biesheuel is visiting in v/ith the Kroeger mortuary in charge. Burial was made in Mt. Calvary cemetery. DONAHUE Funeral services for Paul J. Donahue, 64, were conducted Saturday morning at St Vincent's church with the McCloskey-Hamilton mortuary in charge. Burial was made in Mt. Calvary cemetery. the William Carney home. Frans Kriellaars, agricultural economist from Netherlands, de. scribed farming operations there, /ELI1 an( j jj e ^jj O j jjjg coun t r y' s nee( j Funeral services for Mrs. AU- , jrrnnrtin./ ni>-,Hv ill r-iui m-i *ch. 89, W ere^n™;[- -^'^-^^'J- -; gusta Saturday morning Miller chapel. Burial was made in Mt. Hopo cemetery. DAVIS Funeral services for Mrs. Emma M. Davis. 91, were conducted Saturday afternoon at the Chase-Miller chapel. Burial was made in the Davis cemetery. SELLEKS Final rites for Mrs. Nellie Kellers, 68, 220 W. Miami, will conducted at 1:30 p.m. Monday at| the McCloskey - Hamilton chapel 1 with the Rev. Harold King officiating. Burial will be made in Mt. Hope cemetery. Friends may call ul the chapel after 7 p.m. Saturday. Youth Who Killed Grandmother Wounds Policeman Critically ST. PAUL, Minn. (UP)—A West &.. Paul teen-ager was in Ramsey County jail today after critically wounding a police officer who attempted to arresl him for the strangulation .slaying of his U«year-old great-grandmother. Dennis Weiss, 17, admitted to authorities thai he had beaten and strangled his aged great-Brand- mother, Mrs. Ane I'edersen, when the discovered him trying to sneak a gun out of the house where they both lived. Wcss said he intended lo use the gun to shoot his father and in the George Hopper home. Dr. Tung, president of the National Chinese Farmers association told the group that China could be industriali'/.ed because of its enormous population. Dr. Tung is visiting in the Carl Wilson home. A question and answer period was held after the talks. Sevenly- six Grange members attended the meeting. Ronald Frantz, worthy master, j presided. A food shower was held for the William Baker family of | Walton. Pins were presented to !Morris Little and Don Barnard, graduates this year. Announcement was made that "Go-to-Church'' Sunday will be ob- iserved this coming Sunday at the Grange hall. There will be a basket dinner al 12:15 p.m. Several awards were presclited at the meeting, iiernice Ilelvic ceived a National Grange merit award from Harry Couk, Deacon Grange masler, for her achievement last year in home economics. Sewing conlest winners wore Chira Gray and Bonnie Franlx. A Mother's Day contest was won by Nancy Kunkle. Mrs. Gail Thompson, judge of the sewing conic-si, was given a gift. Dicky Grant led singing. Next meeting of the organization will bi! in the form of a bingo party on June ii. Nancy Kunkle and be in charge of Ida Beclidol the party. Rofreshmcnlfi commillee: and Mrs. Waller Kitutcbueh, and Mrs. Harmon Wilson, Mr. and •was afraid that his great-grand-, Mrs. Norman Denny, Mr. and Mrs. mother would tell his mother thai I Oreri Garber, and Maurice Franl/,. he had Ihe weapon. The elderly woman's daughter. Mrs. James Opatrny, found h v. r mollior's body in the attic room where the youth slept. A bell was twisted around the dead women's neck, according to police. When it became evident llinl Train Kills 4 of Family I GAYLOIUJ, Mich. 11 W—.'Four ! members of a Gaylord family boy had disappeared a policejwere killed and a fifth was injured tiragnc-l was set up lo catch him j critically Friday night w.!ien Iheir jmd he was eventually brought Lolcar was struck by a train at a . j country crossing five miles north Roger John-|«r Ji«'i-. bay in a garage. ' A* Dc-puly Sheriff son, 'M, entered lo take the teenager captive, the youth .shot him four times. The officer was taken to a St. Paul hospital where he was said (to be in serious condilion. Oilier policemen then overpowered the youth and took him into tuslody. The youth admitted the slaying. IVO'I'KJM Nutli.'n lo lin li»iU-<l tjl* I .'i/Mi Hilly, Indl. ,i, ill' 'I'D JHIJIIKItH rHijr KlV.-n l,y 11,111 H. I III- Cll;i;l will !••; . 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Ill Allllllur, I .'linn 1IIII3 iron 'I'llh; <:0,\NTH I I'TIIIN AM) (Mlllll AM) Null i- In A II III AN. lvi-n Illict VVin-I.N f I.UMII Hf-ji nl Iiiu i.n linr,.|,y Iliniril nf I'lllilli: H.ifiilv tif llui cily J iiillmili, will ri-ri-lvi, nl vr Mm iIliTk-Trniiniirii <'lly. uiilll III., l;i,nr of |:liii I'.M., «M).H.T ..... i .Mny ^li, lli,',V, mi, ilu d MdM fur Ihu rni'iilnliliiB i,r IMII- 11'1'llllK Hull llllinr ful 1 111" rnll- •lll'llllll ..... if I'l'lllTlllii hllllllVllllJH mill I'linrrulH IMII h mid mn(...i' ( In till ri-nlrtiiiitlnl iiriinn wlihln Mm City l.hiillH of l.i.iiiinhimi I in-wlL: nut' Tltnuimml 11,0(111) l.lnniir li'iinl, l.'iini-nilc l.'iirb uliil ilul- l''iiiir 'rimiiMiind M.nltrt) Hijiliirn l-'t.i-l l-iini-rnlii Hlrlcwullt, til urii(iriliinri) v.'MIl Mm f,|mrl fli'n - tii'iiH Iliiiri-iir iinvv on fflii In tliii Offli'n or Ihu I'lol-li-'I'l-ijiiMllri-l- of M ..... lly In Mm Clly MnlldliiK 3.oKiinti|ini-l, liKltiinii. All lildn tifftn-H in- iirriiii.niilii for imy nml nil u!' nilnli work nlinll Im -., M- <'iitt-,| on tlm rorin.^ iit'i'HiTlliiid hy 1 1. 11 Him,, lionrd of A,-,-,,iini,, fur tin. .Slum of linllunii, niiillnit fill-Ill Mm lirli-n pill- niilllil'ii fniil for Nldiiwiillc find llni-itl fou rnrli unit (liiiiiir, mill nil nlliiir r«Miiirt« IMH lliti lawn (if Mm Htiilu lliKri'iilllii iiiTliihiliiK. . rurllfltiil rliimk i I,, Ilio (Jlly nr l.iiKiinniiiir hliall lie flluil will. 1n un amount nf n( (Iii'.!.} ni.r i-iinl nf liu rlKlu IH ri'Htirviul in •mil nil hi.IB, Iiiilnil nl I.iiKiiii"|i'ir «illH ll.lll liny ,,f Mliy. IIOAIIO Ol' 1 IMIMf.l AND MAPKTY OK ' OK t.OIIANHI'OHT, ITT li.'H'l' .• nlinll In iily wllh Indlitiiu, liond or ny.il, I,, n, Illlll, 111, I -"' h lilil |I>IIHI i ( ,n I, hi. 'I'll.. l' WOIIKH 'I'lll'! I'l'I'V INDIANA KAI.I'H (I. H.MITII, C.I <l»l UC -T RI'l A.H 1 1 III') n. IB-Eli True Life Adventures WAR IN THE AIR BN THE UIF=E OR DEACTH ^L-ASHSS THAT OiSCUR HI<3H IN THE AIR EETWEEM HAWKS ANC" HERONS , THE SI-RATES'-/. IS': <SET ABOVE '-/OLJFZ OPP'OMENT. MANEUVEKABUH THE HAXWK <SENEKAL-U.i-/ WINS. r,,,,.,.. 5 ,,,i,.,,, 5-25 MOKE FLJVEK , Hold Program For Mothers Mothers were honored at the last meeting of Pomona Grange No. 50, of Cass and Carroll counties, held in Ihe Tipwa Grange hall with 35 persons attending. Flowers were presented to Mrs. [Year, spoke to the group. Indiana's Mother Of Year Addresses Washington HD Club Washington township home demonstration club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Triva Leffert with 26 members and one guest .attending. Mrs. Elizabeth Blizard, Indiana's Mother of the Hazel Plank,, the youngest mother; Mrs. Mary Wilson, who had the most grandchilden; and Mrs. Hazel Maugans, who had the least number of grandchildren. Dwight Plank, worthy master, was in charge and reports were given by Calvin Alber on legislation and Mrs. Roscoe Quick, home ec chairman, on community work. Subordinate grange reports were made by Calvin Alber, on Onward; Lloyd Zook, Welcome Inn; Opal Wise, Tipwa; Veronica Plank, Deacon; Esther Dillman, Star of West; and Mrs. Hazel Plank, Juvenile Grange. The Mother's Day program included a song by Helen WoH', readings by Euncio Zook, Jessie Wise and Dwight Plank, a poem by Raymond Dillmsn, and cornet Re- Iho Lester Foger, Peru Resident, Dies At Robert Long Hospital PERU — Lester Pager. 40, of 122 East Sixth street, died al: fi a.m. Saturday at the Robert Long hospital, Indianapolis, following a two- month illness. Born in North Grove on July 28, 19J4, he was the son of Jerry and Letta Grandstaff Fager. His marriage; in I»3li was to Martha Bounc. The deceased, employed at the Delco Radio company in Kokomo, was a member of the St. James KUIJ church and the Masonic lodge of Walkcrton. Survivors are: Hie wife; the parents, of New Santa Fee; a son, Larry, of Fort Wayne; two brothers, Orville, of Marion and Merlin, of I/aT'ounlaine; two sisters, Mrs, Mildred Colo, of Kairmounl; and Mrs. Eleanor Shrock, of Osceola. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Monday at the church with the llev. 12. M. Cornelius in charge. Burial will be made In l.hci Mrmnl Hope ccmo'.ory, Friends may call after 'i p.m. Sunday. Prepare Contracts For Sidewalk Repair In Downtown Sector Printed agreomonlH for .sidewalk repair in the downtown soctlon of Logmisporl un: being prepared by Ihe city for distribution In property owners. Wayne Dormi, city enulnucr, said Hie contracts probably will he Hunt out noxl wool; and -thnt work l.o ru- connl.ruct Hit! district '1'lic viclims were Hlrni'sl I), trander, ail, u sawmill worker wife, Lor; id, !i, and I'alriria, 7. Only survivor was another oliild, Michael Ivrnesl (Mrander, S. He! u |., u w ||| have additional expunau of was liaspiliiliiMid here in critical | m(jvin( , , )0[ilK um | m(; |.erH. condition. 0:<- svalks will begin as soon as the ar- liis:rangemenLs are coinplcLed, Iheir children, Uav- unijer Ihe proposal, the city will bciir iinu-thlrd of Ihe cost nnd the tjiroperly iiwner Lwo-thlrds. The city 1,618 Students Sign For Summer Reading Jiy noon Saturday, 1,111(1 students hnd registered for tin: Minmier rcadiiiH program being conducted by UK; city library, librarian Mary llobiic.s reported. The l.r.OOlh .student. to register WilS ItllSSell Yolllltihlooll, Jefferson first tirade; Hie I.HOOIh was Kill Crispen, Daniel Wutwlur Ililldcl'Harlcll. CliitiMc.s scheduled In eiinill Mon- are Wa.slilaglun fifth by Mis. .limn Knhle, and Washington fourth ijradc, I might by Mrs. Frances Burnett. ANSWKK I'lKM <-'AI,l, Klreniiin answered a call ut the Hubert K. Smith home, !>(W .I'Vank- lin, at li:5!l a.m. Sunday. An oil healer had become ovurheaUid. Kiruiiicn r<i|>orled no ilamagu. Mrrii.'ii: dii 1 Ai>iit\i,H'i M'l'A'I'M ill' 1 INDIANA I'lll.'N'I'V I HI' I'AUK IM Tl I I'l I'AHH I 'I U.' ' A I'lll I, TKH.VI, Niilli-ii h. hiTiiiiy |.:n N.iMiilinI Iliilill uf l.i.MininJMii I mi I In' ^-llh ilny ul' Aluy, Illfi7 |,Illlll,'.I! |.|>,,,|.||I,M' ,:f (h,, a ml Ti'ttl iiiiiii«ht nl' 'I'liu Imr, ili'iMtiiHiiif. All IMTMI.IIt. lIKIllll.-l Mllll I IJenn MiittKttlrnan, roiitu J, Kansport, was awarded the tract by the board of works. l.o- More Rains Is Prospect solos by Johnny Gingrich. 1'reshments were served by men. Named to prepare a float for the stale fair parade were Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Quick, Mr. and Mrs. John Gingrich, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dillman and Mr. A weekend o£ rain threatened | and Mrs. Dwight Plank, to send new torrents of water- Mothers will entertain the fathers at the next mooting, at the Star of West Grange, and the plunging into overflowing Indiana trearos today. Flood crests from rainfall of more than this eight week inches rolled program commitlec includes Opal slate's southwest, s action, and in somei vvis0| Mrs- Hnlle i Maugans, Mrs. Esther Dillman, Mrs. Hazel Plank and Mrs. Ilaral WoH'. into the rivers spread over thousands of acre of cropland. ' Weathermen forecast new; KAor\\rr\\ rounds ot scattered sliowers nncll thunderstorms today, tonight and 1 Sunday. Whot effect they will have on the flood .situation, if they ma Assistants Hold State Meeting The First state meeting nf Ihe Indiana Association of Medical L C l':"!!' / ' L :^.. t .l" pC ."- C l?.!' 0 "^.." l \ l J,'!"!Assist:iiils will ix- Held today and heavy they are and where they fall over the .wide area making up till! watersheds of Uic White and Wabash Rivers. The throat of new precipitation came after a full 2<l hours without any rain and a Ill-hour period with very litlle. None of the wea'Jier .stations represented in the dnily roundup reported rain Sunday at the Mnrott Hotel in ipnlls with Miss Jeanne .serving as chairman. Attending from here and active in llin forming of a stale organi- sation arc Mrs. Kvelyn Wolf, Mrs. Dorothy Morgan, Mrs. JSdnn lOshclman, Judy Trnax, Mrs. Dorothy Lockharl, Mrs. ('lorry and will ident oilier bo Dr. of the The fools had 'been kepi. In two clients In Hie barn. The chests are missing nlong with Ihe contents. State Detective Sgt. Kenneth Wines was called to assist In the investigation. City School Board Wil.l Convene Monday Logansporl. city school board members will meet in special session In Hie Administration building at 7 p.m. Monday. School Superintendent Churl on Sharp said Ihn agenda includes teacher salary differential, inipple- rnenl.ai'y pay for coachon, principals, etc., Umeher eiinfraets, and contracts for fuel. Sharp met Snlurday morning with a represent alive of the stale tax board concerning plans for the proposed special education hulking. Struck By Truck; Knox Man Killed KNOX (fit 1 ) — A pedoslrlnn identified ji.s Sum Miinii, 21, ICnox, wns killed today when he rnn Into Ihe path of a truck at. Llii! JiiiiulJon of U.S. Ill) iirnl U.S. ;tfj north of hen*. Slale f'ollee Mild Miinn rnn fr<im behind a moving car and was Hinii'k by a truck driven by CharloH Ohio. K. llnlhhurn, 12, Oiiyton, . "p- I.II HI Wll nn.-i I.. (.'i.n- vl nfi Variety of Reports On Police Blotter A variety of reports Including vandalism, petit larceny and hit- and-run appeared on the police blotter Saturday. Mrs. Lloyd Swope, of Illlll North t'einwylvanln avenue, told police n gnng of hoys trampled her flower bed, Ofl'Icoi'H later liroko up n gang of 25 to III) youngsters in the neighborhood, A hub-cnp was taken of I an au- lonmbllo owned toy Sylvln llonlor, of route 5, J.OKHiiHporl and parkiiii on Tlilrteonlh street, A' hit-and-run driver .struck mid damaged 1111 unto ownod by flnlph Kngle, of route II, l.ognnnpnrl, and juirkud In the Logan Machine lot. Read the Classified Ads PUBLIC AUCTION On account of my wife's denth, i will sell nil my household goods nl. 1'iililic Aucllon, al my lioniu (former Dr. Jvny residunco) In lloyal Cenlor, on WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1957 lleginnlng at. I. o'clock p.m. The following articled: One new lOloetrlc range; new porch wilder; newly upholstered living ninni lurnltiiro, (holler than you can buy new); lar«e I'YIgldali'i!, with extra fronting compurLinent; 2 bedroom fiirnilurt), beds and budding; broakfiiNl set; atiinds; aluminum cooking iisllH; silvorwnre, dlnbea, glassware; 2 vacuum sweepers; oil cook .stove; kitchen cabinet; watihing mncliini', aland and tubs; sowing machine; desk. Many other valuable artlcln.s too numerous in mention. Tei'inn: Cntih ' Not responsible for uccldonlH JOHN A. WATSON Royal Center ] lurry Hridgo, Auctioneer FASHION BEAUTY SHOP ONLY $4.95 OTHERS TO 4,25 PlillMANENTS with 10(1 rlnol.li INCLUDES CUTTINB 5TYLINO CHEAM SHAMPOO 1 Til 6 Helena Curtis Slyl.il Slid llrllllioici, I'brltiniiuiit $10.00 NO FUZZ OH FRIZZ 314Vi PociH St. Ph. 20111 SPECIAL PRICES Limited Quantity SO HOUR?/ Wnggencr, exe- of Hie Indiana fall Friday and early Saturday. Henrick, Kvelyn Simimcrs and Mrs. Ruth llowell of Delphi. "T"l • ( C" A. I Speaker at the Saturday evening I nlGT irGQIS ban(|»cl will be Dr. Clcon Nafe, $500 in Tools Tunis valued at. mora Lhan ?500 were stolen from Itoseoe Thompson's barn, three and a half miles east of Walton, Friday nliihl alter 7 o'clock, Thompson reported Saturday morning to Sherlif 0. R. Carson, Thompson said the most valuable articles taken were a surveyor's Lranx.ll and level. Also missing were an electric (jrun.su gun and a full set of mechanic's parficlpating guests James Leffel, prcsi- Indiannpolis Medlcnl Society; James entive secretary Medical Assoeiallnn; Joseph mcr, executive secretary of Indianapolis Medical Society; Albert; Stump, legal council of the Indiana Medical Association. The Sunday luncheon will lie co- Hpnnsnrwl by the I'lll I,Illy company al which Townur, of the cal Assocliillon office in Chicago, "The Mrs. Mrs. Thelma Raderstorf, president, opened the meeting and led Dledges to the flag. Miss Mery Donohue offered devotions, Virtues of Mothers," and Ethel Miller read the history of the song of the month. "My Mother's Hobby" was given in answer to roll call preceding-the secretary - Ireasurer reports by Mrs. Theresa Walls and Mrs. Margaret Jones. Mrs. Euna Fiedler, safety chairman, gave a report. Mrs. Prudence Campbell, Mrs. Olive Hildebrand and Mrs. Maude Gangloff were repotied improved. Reports were given on the recent meeting at Memorial home featuring a menu from around the world. Mrs. Elizabeth Blizard submitted a petition to members a- gainsl the use of Court Park as a parking lol. Mrs, Raderslorf was voted delegate to the summer conference at Purdue. Mrs. Raderstorf and Mrs. Leffc-rt reported on candy-making, one of the lessons given at the recent handicraft school. Mrs. Florence Dcl-Iaven gave a summary of Ihe honors beslowed on Mrs. Blizard, recently named Indiana's Mother of Hie Year. Mrs. Blizard then spoke on her trip lo New York and her experiences there. • Carol Chuinncy sang a tribute lo mothers after which Mrs. Grace Nlcodcnius presented a plant to Mrs. Blizard and bouquets lo Mrs. Edna Groves, Miss Donohue, Becky Miller and Eue.u Fiedler. Refreshments were served with Mrs. Blizard presiding at the silver Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Fiva 'CHINA GATE" NEXT AT LOGAN coffee Mrs. service. Co-hostesses were Scene from "China Gate" with Gene Barry, Anisle Dickinson, nml Nat King Cole. Runs thru Wednesday. "River's Edge" opens Thursday. Chnrlolle Niciidemiis, Mrs. Kobersnn, Klhol Bur Delphi Donna Calvin, chairman of the decorating commit leu for the Gamma Gamma Nu Sorority, has announced the Iheinc for the June dance lo be held at the Delphi Country Club as "Moon Glow". In the case of the Stale of Indiana vs. Edward U. Edwards which was venued from J. P. Court lo Carroll Circuit court the defendant by counsel asked lo withdraw his plea of guiily of drunken driving heretofore enlered. The court granted Ihe motion. Kvurelt M. Little has filed suit for damages of $ir>7.in in Carroll Circuit court against Ralph Suoe- berger. Attorneys for the plaintiff were Ilanna & llanna and Wat- Sports Car Leaves Road; Driver Killed SEYMOUR (UP)— Kyl e Mount.'!, 51, Logan, \V. Va.. wns killed today when his Jaguar sports car plunged <> v c r an embankment alone U.S. 31 north of hen 1 , struck a tree and overturned on Police said witnesses saw Iho car weaving sharply from ri.^hL lo left a moment before tlie erash. Mounts died of n broken neck :ind mushed chest. Mrs. Pearl Jones and Mrs. Gangluff. Mrs. Donna Hicci was a gucsl. Mrs. | so|1 jvicCoriniek. In the case of Ndtia , Building Application Rejected Under Zoning Huilding Commissioner Robert Buck rejecled nil npplk'nlinn for building permit Friday afternoon because it violated the new zoning rugnlation.-i. Jack Gnmbill, Rluhurdvllli! slrcel, wanted to rebuild a garage. into a residence, but wns informed Iho area Is classified as industrial. '..line Mrs. American Autos Damaged in High Street Crash Automobiles driven by Harry C. Renlconberger, of Hlilll High street, and Uonnii Schreyer, 211, of l'll)l'/4 Spenr street, wero slightly damaged In a collision Friday night. This Kenkenberger car hud slowed down l.o innke n left lurn in!o Ihe driveway and I lie. Schreyer cm 1 . wll! be Ihe speaker. Election andialsn westbound on High street, was Installation of olfleers will elude Hie nieellag. File Petit Larceny Charges Against Trio Charges of petit larceny j filed Saturday Halserl Prosecutor (. Wl'l'll in eily court by o o r K e Habi-ock vs. Samuel Raiser, Louis Pearl-]against, .lames Muore, :W, uf Charman Jr. has eiiti-ri'd his appear- 1 K'ston, Wayne Tillimin. 27. eily: aaco for the defendant. jaiul Waller .Marshall, 2K. at ruiit.ii The court found for Ihe plaintiff Ij:i. U'haimn. in Ihe case of Morris Harvey vs.| The men, employes of the llcn- Kdward J. Underbill in the suit! kcls and McCoy company of Phila- for possession of real estate. Li'w-Uii'lphia, who have been repairinj; is N. Mullin represented the plaintiff. Lucille Itroadley bus been granted a divorce from Elvis (.'. llnind- iey in Carroll Circuil court. The plain!iff was granted the cuslody of Iwo minor childriMi and n settlement, made hohveen the parties was approved by Hit 1 court. David It. llnnin appeared for Ihe plaintiff and I'nisrculor Walsim McConnick appeared for llu> Slale of Indiana in Ihe uueunU'Med case. MKTKK.S NKT $1,218 Receipts from eily parking melers lor the week endini; Fri- l.:!lli, the city nrleil. Stree', meters accounted for $'.)Wi and the slreet meters for $1112. day amounted to con-ln:mhlc lo .ship in time to avoid the | accident. I Read the Classified Ads lines for Open Weilnrsiliiy Afti-rnimn 228 S. Thb'il St., 1.0K»ilspiil't 285S Myl Finiftut S Slyllngl MilMiig rul km lh« fiM luiigil I«mi7 . . . Dl Culllil Dtn't Oiluy . . C»m« In Irinyl 20" ... $36.93 AM««KAN.M*D[SCHWINN IIKIS AM IISTI 42' BICKELS 500 North St. Ph. 4382 LISTEN to tbo twin iiponkerii, il and niiitcliod World's Most Powerful TVI Imperial 4OO Chassisl 21-inch* Admiral Marquette ' Aluminizcd Pieturc Tul«5, Oplic Pillar mnke picture twice as bright with twice the contrast. i Lighted Dial, nlnntod upward so king-size, olmnnol numbers nro onuy. to roud without bonding over. . i Infinitely Vnrinble Tone Control for all shadow of sound. 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