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Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, May 27, 1957
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Monday Evening, May 27, 1957, 11. FOR SALE BABY CHICKS FARM BUREAU chicks are bred for top egg production and increased livability. Ask about tha Dew Hi-Lay 1042 Cross. FARM BUREAU Phone 3141 Logansport LEGHORN PULLETS • 14 weeks old — debeaked — vaccinated — will deliver These birds will be laying in another six weeks. Order now! LOGAN HATCHERY 824 Michigan Ave. Ph. 4202 13. REAL ESTATE 4 ROOM country home. 2 acres immediate possession.. John Patton, V& miles north. % wes Idaville. •. Seeds, Plants ORTHO dnd Acrne Insecticides anc Fungicides. Also Rosefood and Fertilizers. King's Hatchery, Sixth and North. Phone 3718. SWEET potatoes and garden plants. McClain's at Mexico, Indiana. f. Wearing Apparel LADIES' black or red summer leather pumps, $1.95 pair. Bargain Center, 322 Third. CHUBBY DRESS size 14. Baseball shoes 714. Phone 3334. BEAT THE HEAT IN OUR COTTONS AT The Thrift Shop, 411 E. Market h. Wanted to buy WILL pay cash for small used upright or Spinet pianos. Phone 3397. WE buy men's good used clothing, shoes and hats. Perfect Cleaners, 324 • 4tb. Phone 3610. 12 GOOD THINGS TO EAT b. Fruits, Vegetables SEED and eating potatoes, apples, bananas. Sam Berkshire, 425 Cicott. Open evenings. 13. REAL ESTATE a. Houses Duplex on north side. Good investment. 4 bedrm. home on E. Bdwy. Extra good. 6 rm. mod. home. Gas furnace, incinerator, full basement, large living rm., fireplace, den, carport, garage. Shown by appointment, 6 rm. cottage and garage. East. 5 rm. mod. garage, full basement. Southside. 7 rm. eastend. Will sell on low down contract. Modern home on east Bdwy. with apt. up. Priced for quick sale. New In '55 Unfinished home. Owner lives in it. Unable to finish. Buy this and do your own work. 4. apt. brick downtown location. Building lota on 25 north. 200x100 lot on High at. rd. DOUGLAS or ROSCOE MARTIN, Realtors 202—4th Phono 4567 19th St (New Listing) All modern two bedroom cottage type, single story, built 1948—near Tower Park — garage, corner lot. Nicely decorated. Ideal for older couple or small family. High St. Lot This highly desirable extra large lot, 100' frontage and over 250' in depth, beautifully located East on High St. Road. A choice lot in a choice spot! We will "build" for you! To buy or Sell Please tell— DaleW.McNutr YOUR REALTOR Office 2928 Eve. 2-1767 BY OWNER: 4 room all modern cottage, full basement, large yard, chicken lot, garden, elec trie stove,, Venetian blinds, 2-car garage. Located Vi way between Logansport and Peru, 1 mile of U. S. 24. Priced $9500. 'Call 40636 evenings. FOR SALE:'7 room semi-modern house on 3 full lots. In Burrows on State Road 25. Contact Lizzy Daughtery, Phone 15-W Burrows, HOMES (3 Bedrooms) GARAGES NO DOWN PAYMENT You furnish ground. Got my prices first and let me show you how to save 50% on your future home. FINISHED HOUSES BUILT TO YOUR SPECIFICATIONS DICK MILLER Phono 21400 1622 East Broadway VA acres wilh 4 bedroom modern house. Lots of fruit. Barn set up for raising chickens. Immediate possession. 30 acres all in grass with 3 bedrooms ^and bald. Clo.so in. Immediate possession. $12,000. Fred Smith, Realtor 511 Tanguy St. Ph. 2804 or 2014 NEW 3-bcdroom housu, attached garage. Ph. 21(151. SAVE $1000 on 3-bcdroom homo In Rochester, now addition, F. H. A. approved. Owner leaving town. Rochester CA-35991 Foil SALE:'Beautiful 3 bedroom now hiimu. Shown by appointment. Call before 1 p. m.. Phono 50425. FOR SALE Corner lot, 5 room home. 3 bedrooms or 2 and a den. Living rm., dinette, tiled bath. Kitchen with lots of cabinets, built-in oven, stove, washer dryor & garbage disposal. Priced to soil by •wnor. 3511 Stadium Dr. or Ph. •0560. 'East End Hero we have a roomy home that includes living, dining and fireplace in TV room. Closed-in east and screened-in west porches. Beautiful kitchen .and breakfast nook. Shower and powder room down, 3 bedrooms and full bath up. Plenty of cabinets and closets. Nice hobby shop in basement. All this on a nice shaded corner lot. Priced for quick sale at only $15,000. Want To Relax! and let me show you this darling of a home? Small lot but nicely landscaped with a treed patio. Hccesscd lighting in paneled living room, 2 bedrooms, ample room in kitchen and bath. Brand new oil furnace, shower in basement. Close-in, east side location. This home is complete and you can have immediate possession. Tower Park Largo 4-bcdroom home. This one has automatic gas heat, 2 baths, waJWo-wall carpeting throughout and Is well cared for. Additional extra income of $(iO a month. You will like this properly and the price is rignt. Expecting? We are expecting you to fall in lovu with this all modern home, conventional built, oak floors, 2 bedrooms, 4 closets down. 1 large bedroom, 3 closets up. Au- tomnlic gas furnace, full basement, solid concrete foundation. Nice 70' lot. Track Your town house for this brand new 2 bedroom all modern suburban ranch. Save yourself time and money. You can sec it ail completed and financed, ready to move into. L. P. gas system. Good 4-inch well, 2-car garage and full basement. Nice lot. Rocking ChaiH' If you're old fashioned enough and like to use one, hore is your opportunity. Hero we Iwvc 3 porches to do your rocking in. Nicoly landscaped lol and bar- bcciue pit loo. Of course, wo havo a dwelling to go with it that is really spic and span,. All- modern 3 bedrooms, carpet and -drapes, steel cablnots, nulo. oil furnace, shower in basement, nnd attached garage. Priced for a quick sale with financing available. Otto Hilbert REALTOR 1436 Clifton Avo. Phone 2684 3. REAL ESTATE 10USE for sale. To be torn down and moved. Clsiude Roller, R. R, 1, Walton. Walton 2023. NEW 3-bedroom U. S. Steel Homes available on V. A, loans at 2% down. 'Dial 2397. HERE'S a buy for someone with "Do It Yourself Fever." 3 bedroom, den, living room, dinette, kitchen, utility room, 2 baths. Automatic oil heat. One block to park and pool. Close to school^, markets and transportation. Ph. 50128 for appointment. North Street All modern larger square type home in excellent condition. Well located on corner lot in Longfellow school district, kitchen built-ins, 2 fireplaces, l'/4 baths, full basement with gas hot water heating system. Desirable neighborhood, close to bus, schools and shopping.' This property is priced right! Appointment only. DaleW.McNutt YOUR REALTOR Office 2928 Eve. 2-1767 Hawkins Stockyards Meat fypo Above Quotations 190 to 210 18.35 210 to 230 18.10 230 to 250 17.75 250 to 270 17.40 ,270 to 300 17.15 Sows 16.00 down Boars 10.00 down Stags 10.00 down b. Lots RESTRICTED building lots. 1 mile from city. South on Highway 29, Phone 5-6590. LARGE lots, reasonable. 21851 or 56010. Phone BUILDING sites, any size, electricity, gas. Casb or contract. 7393. c. Farms. 80 ACRE farm near Grass Creek. $20,000. Lloyd Jefferies, Realtor, 403 East 13th. Rochester, Dial CA-36111. AT Nyona Lake. Large modern home, barn, 2A., fish, hunt on place. Ehrhardt, Macy, H. 1, Ind. Vacant. Honor Roll Announced ROYAL CENTER — Principal [/ester M. Parker has announced Royal Center high school honor rolls for second semester. High honor roll—Marilyn House, grade 12; Sherrill Kraning, grade J2; Doris Fry, Joyce Grafton, 11; Sharon Hicks, Marjorie Lind, 9. Honor roll - Sandra Galloway, Latest Market Reports NEWSPAPER ADS SUP Late Etwtw blam«d for drop in first-quarter '57 .Hnag*. Advertising [n N«wspap«n FHWT QUARTIH Of'lACH YIAM urns 25; standards 28; current receipts 27. INDIANAPOLIS f-IVESTOCK INDIANAPOIilS CUP) — Livestock: Hogs 10,500; steady to strong to 25 higher; 180-250 Ib 18.50-19.00; some to 19.35; 250-290; Ib .17.7518.50; '120-160 It) 15.50-17.00, few 17.25; 160-185 lt> 17.25-18.25. Cattle 4,200; calves 200; mostly steady to 50 lower; ' good and choice steers 20.50-23.00; some to 24.00; good and choice heifers ^0.00-22.50, few 23.00; vealers gen- jerally steady; good and choice J22.00-25.00; prime to 26.00. Sheep 200; steady; . good and choice, spring lambs 20.00-23.50. Veal 19.00 fopejoy Dressing Plant Leghorn Hens 11 Heavy Hens ;. .13 Third Street Market Veals 18 Lambs .16 Veal Hides .12 Beef hides .04'A Eggs. .35 Wayne's Produce Leghorn Hens^ .,11 Heavy Hens . u .13 Producers Stockyards 190 to 230 No. 1 M.K 190 to 210 18.65 210 to 230 18.30 230 to 250 17.90 250 to 270 , 17.65 270 to 300 17.40 Sows 16.25 down Boars „ 7.00-10.00 Stags 7.00-10.00. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK Hogs 7,500; uneven fully 25 higher, instances 25 higher; No. 2-3 mixed grades 190-225 Ibs 1B.75- 19.00; several lots No. 1-3 mostly 1-2 $19.15-19.35; fow No. 1, 199 Ibs. 19.40; No. 2-3, 230-250 Ibs 18.2518.76; few No. 1-2, 230 Ibs as high as 19.00; No. 2-3, 260-280 Ibs 17.7518.25. Cattle 25,000, calves 200. fed steers steady to 50 lower; heifers steady to 25 lower; vealcrs classes Darlene Lesher, Karen Million, |;f* d £ J™ 1 * , oho ! ce tcd steers Daniel Nice, 12; Gene Barr, Verarf- b . 0vM ' l)u ' m oucra e n Rihlo •*„„;,.«, Lucas, 11; Joni cholce and low prime Ph v iiijfow loads low to averuge prime 2C.OO-2(>.7(>; good to low choice steers mainly 20,00 - 22.50; high Bible, Kenneth Larry Leach, 10; Nice, Dick Sheppard, ». Honorable mention—.lames Benion, Lloyd Hardy, Dale Baker, 12; 3ill Newcomb, Dnrrell Pufahl, Merle Nice, 11; Patricia Bochme, Leonard Gray, Shirley Miller, Dar- eno 'Pufahl, Sharon Risley, Barbara Ross, Helen Straw, Mary Wade, 10; Carolyn Bird, Kay Eilc- clborner, llonnio Miller, Karen Soward, 9. BIG JOB VJ9MJIA, Calif.—0. L. Kblch of Pasadena asked Tulare County Sheriff Sandy Robinson to find a missing 'house. His three-room house at Allonsworlh disappeared from its foundations. To supplement sunshine and food, babies and young children usually need to take a special vitamin D preparation or one of ;he fish-liver oils regularly. Those oils from halibut, shark and cod are the richest natural sources of vitumln D known. Remodeling and Cement Work Phone 6929 or 8325 RENT an IRONRITE AUTOMATIC IRONER For oi Unit « free horn* PER WEEK Instruction Watch "Frontier" WPBM, 2:30-3.00 Sunday Iron rile good and choice heifers 21.00-23.50; moderate num'ber good heifers in.50-20.50; good and choice veal- ers 20.00-2(1,00. Sheep 1,000; shorn lamb's weak to 50 lower; good and choice shorn lambs mostly good, 20.50-20.75; good to prime spring lambs 22.0024.50. NEW YORK PWODUOE NEW -YORK (UP) — Butter steady; receipts 515,000 Ibs; wholesale selling prices; AA (93 score) M'A-OO'A; A (02 score) 59%-60%; B (90 -score) HH4-5IJ%; C (89 score 5(i-5(J'A. Eggs steady to firm; receipts 20,300 cases; wholesale selling prices: Minimum 10 per cent AA quality, include nonrbys: Larffe 'WMt- 50 Ibs: While 31'A-33'/.>; brown 38- 34'A. Medium: While 25'/i-26; brown 27-27'A. Extras minimum 05 per cent A e(Liality includes Midwestern: Large 4fl«t-50 Ibs: White 32-33; brown 32-33; mixed colors 31-l!2'/4. Mediums minimum 60 per cent A: White 25'/i-26; mixed color 26&-2fl. Extras minimum 55 per cent A: Large 40-48 Ibs: White 30V4-82; mixed' colors 30-31. Jury Hearing Estate Claim Trial of a disputed claim for $4,131.50 against the estate of the late Fred Balrer of east of Logansport opened Monday morning in the Cass circuit court before a jury of eleven men and one Woman. The claimants are Emory J. Meyer and his wife, Agnes, who is a stepdaughter of the deceased. They are asking compensation for room and board, transportation and care for the deceased at various times from 1947 until Baker's death in 1956. The jury which was seated to heart the evidence consists'of Carl Champ, John Small, Wayne Packard, Otto Kenn«ll, C, E. Emerick, Ruth Erbaugh, Robert. L. Hedde, Jr., Earl D. Nicholas, Harold Remley, Ralph Beckley, John W. Layman, and William Hardy. Layman and Hardy are extra jurors who took the places of Emma Amthauer and Claude Bair, members o£ the regular jury panel who were excused from service by Judge Clifford Wild. The first witness, son of the claimants, was on the stand when the trial was recessed for lunch. Classmated CHICAGO PRODUCT Live poultry steady; 59,000 Ibs. USDA prices: ' Heavy hens M40 light hons 12-1'J'A. Cheese steady; single daisies and longhorns 3>f!%-S9'A; processed loaf 3B-37; Swiss Grado A 42-40; 13 30-41; C 38-38. BulJcr steady; 1,510,001) Ibs; 93 mid 02 score 59; M score WH4j ft!) score K. . , Eggs steady; 22,380; white Igrao and mixed largo extras 21); modi- THAT PENSIVE look on faco o£ Mra. Rosalie Sperling, 18, In Lodl, Call!., was there before authorities changed their minds and decided not to bar her from her owu high school commencement because Hho in four months pregnant. At ilrat, tho school (superintendent said »he would bo required to receive her diploma privately. So her olnss- mato husband Jerry, 17, and 60 other graduating seniors in tho olaoR of 400 said they wouldn't attend either, If aho couldn't, (International) Congress to Study Danger From Fallout' Joint House-Senate Committee Summons Top Scientists to Investigation WASHINGTON (UP)—Congress opened an investigation today iaimed at clearing away some of the raging controversy over the clangers of radioative fallout. The Joint Senate-House Atomic Energy Committee summoned several of the nation's top scientists for hearings on the question which has split scientific opinion throughout the world. Subcommittee Chairman Chet Holifield (D-Calif.) said one purpose of the study is to lay a more factual basis for any future discussion of proposals to ban or limit nuclear weapons testing. The study will cover the entire fallout cycle from the time a nuclear weapon is exploded until the radioactive fallout drifts down and reaches human beings, animals and vegetation.. Other congressional news: Formosa A House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee began investigations today into the anti-American rioting last week on Formosa. Subcommittee Chairman Clement J. Zabbcfcl (D-Wis.) said his group will look into whether U.S. troops abroad are properly supervised. Zablocki's subcommittee, which deals with Far Eastern affairs, summoned State and Defense Department officials as leadoff witnesses. Defense: House Republican Leader • Joseph W. Martin called the House GOP Policy Committee into session to discuss a floor fight against some of the $2,587,000,000 cut from President Eisenhower's military budget. Martin said a growing number of congressmen (elt the reductions were ioo "severe." but Appropriations Committee Chairman Clarence Cannon said there is "no chance whatever" for restoring any of Hie cuts made by Ins group, Postal: Postmaster General Arthur E. Sumperfield has threatened to shut' down "hundreds if not thousands of small post offices' throughout the country" if 3o.>!gress doesn't provide an additional 140 million dollars to run ;iis department next year. He also said Saturday deliveries would be cut off and other postal services drastically cut back K the funds are not for.'.foeoming. He said he would present his demands to Congress "in a few days." 1JSIA: Joint House-Senate Conference committee met to decide how much money to give the U.S. Information Agency next year. The I'louso .cut the administration request from 144 million dollars to ]0(> million. The Senate went even further and knocked tills down to 00 million dollars. The funds arc included in an appropriations bill (for tho U&lA and State and Justice Departments. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Thirty-o»« Win, Fight for Life MRS. DOROTHY T. HULL, whose heart stopped functioning during surgery to close two holes In the wall separating the upper chambers, is congratulated by her mother, Mrs. Cornelia Ropp, in Los Angeles. Mrs, Hull had won her flght against death during a two-hour-and-15-minute operation. She is the wife of a Ventura, Calif., welder and mother of a nine-year-old boy.. Cohen Refuses Association With Apology LOS ANGELES (UP) — Mickey iohen, former gambler turned florist, refused today to be associated wilh a broadcast nationwide apology by the American Broadcasting Co. for remarks made on the Mike Wallace interview on May 19. j ABC, announced over its television network Sunday night, that it "retracts and withdraws in full all statements" made on the Mike Wallace program on May 19 concerning the Los Angeles cily government and several individuals in that city. Oliver Trey/;, vice president In chorfie of the TV network, read the retraction just before the si art of Wallace's program Sunday night. On the May 19 program Cohen, former West Const gambler, made derogatory remarks abimt Mic IMS Angeles city government, Police Chief William H. Parker, Capl. James Hamilton of the department Intelligence squad, former Mayor Fletcher Bowi-on and former Police Chief Clarence B. Hor- rnll. Cohen sent telegrams to local newspaper Sunday in which lie disassociated himself from the apology- "Any retractions made by persons in regard (o I ho television show I appeared on with Mike Wallace on (he ABC network do not g.o for me," Cohen said. To Arbitrate Suez Passage Willing to Consider Use of Canal By Israel At United Nations Hearing Israel received reports from th« United Nations today that Egypt is willing to submit the question of, Israeli passage through the Suez Canal to international arbitration. But the reports said Egypt would attach a number of conditions—including a promise that such actions would not amount to recognizing Israel and would not prejudice Egypt's position. The reports said the conditional acceptance of arbitration was given to U.N'. Secretary - General Dag Hammarskjold in New York by Egyptian delegate Omar Loufti. Israel has announced repeatedly it would send a ship to the canal •to test the Egyptian blockade and force a showdown in hope world opinion would force Egypt to open the canal to all nations. Israeli Ambassador Abba Eban disclosed Sunday in Washington the United States and Israel are now engaged in "most intimate talks" concerning steps to assure Israeli ships free passage. Eban aid if Egypt blocks Israeli ships the United States sliould exert "at least a stronger pressure" on that nation than it used on Israel to withdraw from tho Ga7a Strip and the. Gulf of Awaba. Eban made the statement in an interview with Rep. Kenneth B. Keating (R-N.Y.) for use over upstate New York stations . Israeli Premier David Bcn-Gur- ion meanwhile went before (lie Knesset (parliament) today to try to avert a political crisis that could semi the Israeli economy into a nosedive. The 71-year-old premier hoped to force the left wing rebels In his government coalition to abstain in Wednesday's vote on Israel's ac- ceplancc of, 'the Eisenhower Doctrine. Should the two labor parties, Mopam and Ahdut Avoda, vote against the government, llea-flur- ion would be forced to kick them out of the government. Such an action would bo certain to unleash a slorm of demands for wage increases, backed by strikes which many Israeli officials felt the nation could not afford. In Cairo, Egypt's scmi-officinl Middle ICnst News Agency reported that French shipping companies at Suez WC-PO arranging for about •10 French ships to transit the Suez Canal. Read the Classified Ads Skin Diving Outfit Used by Apple Grower AMiHETIfiT, Mass-JIowurd Atkins puts on a skin diver'a outfit before he enters his storage chamber to "wake up hi.s apples." Atkins" 5,000 - bushel - capacity storeroom here is kept with a high content of carbon dioxide which puts the apples "to sleep and keeps them in a "fresh and crisp" condition. Atkins said the controlled at- mospbere may be good for storing apples, but It's not tho best way to preserve human lungs. Hence, use of the skin diver's dg. HUD? RECITES AT gRAWATION CASH LOANS-RiriNANCINO • tOUt CAI • APPLIANCKS • PURNITUIU • HIIIONAL MOPIHTV TOWN FINANCE CO. OVER BAZUV 5 MARKET LOGANSPORT, INDIANA Ph. tltl llO'l'i E. Broadway APPLIANCE REPAIR E. R. "BUS" GRAUEL Formerly Senr* Service Man ALSO POWER MOWER REPAIR PHONE 7727 FRICKLI-FACID Htldy McCoy, 9, whole foster pnrcnti waged a »uo- j cwulul five year battle for her custody, executes a curtiy, juit before giving a welcoming speech at first grade graduating excrclias in ft j Miami Beach, Fla., school. A young classmate appears ready to'talc* < his turn at the mike. It was a great day for Hildy and for Mr. and ' Mrs, Melvln Ellis, who adopted Hlldy In Boston when she was 10 days old. Tho natural mother, a Catholic, claimed Inter that »he did not know the Elllses were Jewish and fought to lend Hlldy to a iartltutlon in MaMMhm«tta. (international CoundphotoJ j SALE CALENDAR May 29—John A. Watson Harry Bridges May 31—Joe's Auction Tcel June 1—Jasper Fouts John A. Case, Auct June 1—Mrs. Raymond Lnndis Rinehart & Sons, Auct. June 8—Walter C. Landis Estate... .Rinohart & Sons Auct. Furniture Won't Fit? New TV set overcrowding your living room? Can't squeeze everything into the place you've just moved into? For quick, profitable relief sell things you can do without. Dial 4141, the Want Ad number. "Cash In" Extra Items With Classified Ads

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