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Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, November 3, 1957
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PAGE'TWENTY-SK THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 193T 11. FOR SALE GOOD used space heaters, all sizes and prices. Ph. 40070. USED televisions, all in excellent condition. Ph. 40070. . ZIG ZAG sewing machine, like new, balance due, $89.49. Take over payments of $9 per month. Dealer, Phone 6313. SINGER portable electric sewing machine, in good condition, only $25. Dealer, Phone 6313. OIL heater, used 2 months. Phone 3925 between 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. G. E. automatic washer,'$75.00; 12'xl8' brown rug, $45.00. Ph. 7392. 11. FOR SALE Singer portable, reverse stitch $27.50 White portable 24.50 Kenmore Console, reverse stitch attachments, including buttonholer 49.50 Several more to chose from. BARBER'S SEWING SUPPLIES 318 E. Bdwy. Ph. 4454 APARTMENT gas stove; electric refrigerator and two oil stoves. J. E. Evans ; Walton. Ph. 3092^ WOOD band saw, -god - condition reasonable. Phone Burlington 161. ANTIQUES, cherry, walnut, ash chest, 2 rockers, drop-leaf table Florence heater. 1427 High St. b. Miscellaneous 12-GAUGE Winchester shotgun. Phone 7024. GERMAN Retina J camera, also new Sunbeam electric iron. Phone 20790. USED coal furnace. Oil Conversion Burner, Oil water .heater, electric janitor for coal furnace. Riley's Heating Air Conditioning 1957 Pacemaker 37-ft. trailer, 2 bedrooms, like new, must sacrifice. Inquire Bonnie's Trailer Court. AUTOMATIC suds saver washer. $40.00. Phone 21001. WOOD and coal stoves, living room suites, bookcase and desk, combination, odd chairs, nice. Brown tapestry couch, nice. Credenza, metal beds. Bob Hayden's Westside Furniture Store, 706 Washington Street. . TRADE-IN CLEARANCE 1—FRIGIDAIRE 7 cu. ft. Refrigerator. Excellent condition. Sealed unit. $74.95 2—WRINGER washers. Working condition. $25 each 1—WHIRLPOOL Automatic Washer. Good condition. $86.00 1—Living Room Suite. Good condition. Blue Frieze. $25.00 Wall Cabinets 1/2 Price OLSEN'S Third Floor Furniture & Appliances BABY beds, twin tubs, refrigerators, gas stoves, marble top dresser, natural finish, vanities, metal garage door. Bob Hayden's Westside Furniture Shop, 706 Washington St. GIRLS' BICYCLE,. $17. Movie camera, with meter, $25. Rollaway bed, rocker, cot, washer, $2 each. 422 First. FOR SALE: Housetrailer, 26 ft. $595. Anoka Trailer 'Court and Sales, 4 miles Southeast on 35. MORTON Sugar Cure. Kasch's, 524 E. Market. SPECIAL at the THRIFT SHOP Men & Women's FALL AND WINTER COATS, 411 E. Market HOUSETRAILERS and accessories Bjiy, sell or trade. 2 mi. N. W. on U. S. 3S. Maple Springs. SHOWER caolnet, large glass door cupboard, metal wardrobe, utility cabinets, chest of drawers, wood and chrome dinettes. Bob Hayden's Westside P'urniture Shop, 706 Washington St. STEVENS rifle, 30-30 bolt action. Brand new.. Phone 50061. Can see between 9-12 a.m., 5-9:30 p.m. HOUSETRAILERS NEW & USED A^oka Trailer Court & Sales. 4 miles southeast of Logan on 35. FERREE & SMITH Mobile Home Sales, Akron, Ind,, Ph. TW-3-3285 or, TW-3-2075, -Mi mi. S. Akron. c. Musical Instruments WANTED: Set of drums in good condition.. Phone 53352. SPINETS — Guaranteed lowest prices. Terms. Ivers & Pond, 884 West Miami. jA. Poultry, Eggs, Baby Chix FEED newly house pullets Red Comb Egg Mash, 20%. Hizer Hatchery, Grass Creek. Hi, Mothers! George Sez: "Don't Be Misled by Fancy Name Shoes" WARD'S SHOES HAVE THE WEARING QUALITY Your Kiddies Need. ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR! Prices? " BEST IN TOWN FOR VALUE RECEIVED MONTGOMERY WARD 412 E. Broadway Phone 4193 h. Wanted to Buy 60 ACRE or more farm, cash or contract, reasonable distance from Logansport. Write Box A- 33, this newspaper. WINCHESTER 32 special rifle. Ph, 52367. 13 REAL ESTATE 12 GOOD THINGS TO EAT APPLES and cider. Jasper Flory & Son, High Street Road. BARR'S RED DELICIOUS Golden Delicious, Jonathan, Grimes and Cortland Apples on sale at your grocers and storage, % mile north of Lake Cic'ott. Fresh cider. 1 Barr's Orchard. b. Fruits, Vegetables APPLES, red and yellow Delicious, Grimes and Greenings. Milo Smith's Orchard, S. on 29, Phone 40429; Will deliver. FOR SALE—Very nice cabbage. Phone 40884. TURKEYS. Alive, dressed or Smoked. Ph. 56071. Mrs. Robert Thompson. FRESH chilled sweet cider. Apples, potatoes, bananas. Open evenings. Sam Berkshire, 425 South Cicott Street. ORCHARD fresh fruits, cider, sorghum. Kozy Nook Orchard, % mile west Rochester on Road 14. .Open until 8 p.m. No Sunday sales. APPLES-^-You pick, $1.50 bushel, at Jim Calhoiufs Orchard,. 2 miles west. % mile south of 17 at Belong. 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, APPLES and cider, Grimes Golden and Delicious, $2. Bert Rhoades, High Street Road. APPLES, red and yellow delicious, Grimes, and greenings. Milo Smith's orchard, S. on 29. Phone 40429. Will deliver. 13. REALfiSTATE a- Houses 6-ROOM, 1 story modern home, oil, hot water heat, 2 car garage. 3130 N. Pennsylvania Ave.* Ph. 2489. Four bedroom modern home on Ninth St. in Logansport. A good investment property or a nice home. Close to school, church, and a short walk to town. Possession soon. Shown by appointment. 3 bedroom home, modern, large lot and garage in Walton. Contract, $500 down. PAUL M. SPERRY AGENCY R. E. BUTZ, Sales Rep. Ph. 2035 or 2554, Walton FOR SALE OR TRADE: What have you? 3 bedroom suburban home, 3 baths, ranch type. Built in '56. Large lot, 200' front, strictly modern. Call for appointment. John Smith, 4229. f. Wearing Apparel ONE spraying of BERLOU stops moth damage for 5 years or Eerlou pays the damage. Protect your clothes, furniture, rugs, \voolens with BERLOTJ. Golden Rule's Notion Dept., First Floor. LADIES. Tweed Coat and brown fur stole. Phone 6788. HOMES (3 Bedrooms) GARAGES' NO DOWN PAYMENT You furnish ground. Get my prices first and let me show you how to .save 5,0% on your future home. FINISHED HOUSES BUILT TO YOUR SPECIFICATIONS DICK MILLER Phone 21466 1622 East Broadway 3-BEDROOM, gas furnace, good •location. Westside, $7500. Write' Box A-42, this newspaper. ROOM- semi-modern house. $5500. 608 South. Center St., Flora. LONG TIME Farm Loans at rea sonable rate o£ interest, write or call Bricker Insurance Agency, 65 W. Canal Street, Wabash, .Indiana. Phones 715 Office and] ; 37M Residence. . November, Buys Three bedroom extra nice, South Side, 1%, baths, oil heat. Lovely kitchen. Duplex, gas heat, 4 .up, 4 down, $1,000 down may handle. New 3 bedroom, Franklin St. Hardwood floors, full basement. Ready soon to occupy. Six rooms, West Linden, oil heat, $1,000 down. Lots located just off Highway 29 South, plan for future building. Ninth St. Close in, square type. A-l condition, bu'ilt-ins. Oil heat, garage. Sizeable lot, Hilbert Addition. Buy on terms. Suburban 4 bedrooms, brick ranch type, basement, nicely landscaped, a better home! . Square type, all modern, well located, Spear St., 4 bedrooms, Mtg. available. Three room, not modern, Minor St. |350 down to handle. Large 8 room all modern except heat in Walton. Terms.. 19th St. Better. 3 bedroom, "excellent condition, nice kitchen, basement,, corner lot, double garage. \ _^ ^^ Lovely new 2 bedroom George St. All electric kitchen, fireplace, basement, carport, carpeting included. Duplex. Pleasant Hill St. Live down, rent up, oil heat. Only $1,000 down, vacant. Real nice older type 2 bedroom, clean thruout, garage, only $8,000. South Side. Two bedroom, 19th St., corner lot. Single story. $8,500. Beautiful suburban' Bedford Stone large home, breezeway, double garage. Truly a finer home. Race St. 5 room cottage, all hardwood. $9,000. Clifton Ave., a better semi-modern, corner lot, real clean. Only ?5,800. We have others, So to buy or sell- It will pay to tell— DaleW.McNutt "Our Staff Is at Your Service" Office 2928 Eve. 2-1767-4886—2623 WE HAVE A BIG DEMAND FOR FARMS AND ' SUBURBAN PROPERTIES • TO SELL PLEASE CALL Otto Hilbert REALTOR Phone 2684 ADDRESS Price Dn. Mth. Pmt. Pmt. '220 W. Ottawa Two bdr. $ 7900 $2700 $50 706—Mth Two bdr. 4500 2000 25 1618 E. Bdwy. Four bdr. • 16500 6500 85 633 Burlington Two bdr. 11000 3300 65 1011 E. Market Four bdr. 14500 5000 85 601 Wheatland Duplex 6500 800 55 904 Burlington Three bdr. 7500 2800 55 1705 North Duplex 13500 4590 75 MERRILL WILSON, Realtor Mrs. Alma Hill, Sales Repr. 300 North St. Phone 3798 Eves. Sunday 7277 3 bedroom modern home. 2 baths, gas heat. Early possession. Wheatland Ave.- FRAN KT.. MORRIS AGENCY, Inc.- 125 Fourth St". Ph. 3063 SIDE GLANCES T.lif. Rig. U.S. fit. Off. <&n»S7 by NEA S.rv!M, Inc. n, n«g. \i,tf. rot* wil* 1957 by MEA S«rvlM, Inc. .._ "Into- your clothes, Jimmy, and off you go—tha thermometer says no Asiatic flu today! 1 ' 13. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE: 3 bedroom, strictly modern home, northside, by owner, $10,900. Phone 2908. 3 room suburban home, built in 1951. 4 bedroom modern home.- E. Bdwy. , • 3 bedroorn modern home, George St. v Duplex—Westside. Double—High Street. Building lots in city & country. Farms—Tell us size, we may •have it. Douglas & Roscoe Martin, Realtors 202 Fourth St. Phone 4567 FOR SALE by owner: Modern home, 2708 E. Broadway. Gas heat, incinerator, carpeted, dishwasher. Dining room, living room, music room, kitchen, bath. 2 bedrooms down, 3 bedrooms up. Possession February 1. Call 6460. Shown by appointment only. WANT A NEW HOME? If you want to move into a new deluxe three bedroom home tomorrow and have $2000 or $1000 or $500 to pay down and have a good job see me at once. MERRILL'WILSON, Realtor 300 North St. Phone 3798 c. Farms 157.83 ACRES Good buildings—fences. 4 miles east Rochester, Ind. on blacktop road. One of the better farms in Fulton County. Call RALPH D. STEPP, REALTOR DEAMER & DEAMER, 'REALTOR CA3-2902 or CA3-6239, Rochester, Ind. 160-ACRE farm, good buildings . mostly level land, $24,000. Jefferies Agency, 403 East 13th., Rochester. Dial CA-3-6111. 20 year farm loans, low rates, no commission. See FRED SMITH, 511 Tanguy. Phone 2804. 300 acre farm. Possession March 1. Lots of good buildings. Hog tight fences. Level and well drained. May be purchased on contract. FRANK T.MORRIS AGENCY, inc. 125 Fourth St. Ph. 3063 LOANS PLAIN NOTE-AUTO-OR OTHER PERSONAL SECURITY • CONSOLIDATE DHTS • CASH YOU NKD • MIDICAl SIUS • ANY GOOD PUKPOM TOWN FINANCE^CP. GROUND FLOOR OFFICE LOGANSPORT. INDIANA ' Ph. 2252 606, E. Broadwoyj 13. REAL ESTATE 18 ACRES, rich soil, 8 room house, modern,, nice kitchen,.new bath new barn. Cost approx. $4,000. Large shaded lawn, garden. Between Akron and Rochester. Owner moving - to Florida. Sell contract $2500 down. 865 ACRES, sale or trade. Level black soil, good sub-soil. Approx. 800 acres tillable. Ample bldgs. Good drainage. Crops this year. 600 acres corn, about 90 bu. per acre,' wheat approx. 62 bu., beans 50 bu. Sell on contract • or take smaller farm, income property grain elevators as part payment. A real money maker, se e this before it is sold. Approx. 50 mile • South of Chicago. 500 ACRES, level dark productive soil, well fenced, tiled. Approx. 485 tillable. About $100,000 in bldgs. Ideal cattle feeding or fJairy farm. Ample room for 200 cows. On paved road, edge of town, grad^ and high school, Protestant and Catholic church. $280-per acre, 29% down. 560 ACRES, Lake County, about 50 mile south of Chicago, one of the very best farms in Indiana. Level black heavy soil, approx. 550 acres tillable. Extra well improved, 2 lovely homes, plenty of out bldgs., well fenced. One of the best, sell contract, $50,000 down. ELMER LITTON, Realtor 1020. Jefferson St., Rochester, Ind. REALGAS HIGH QUALITY LOWER PRICES 818 W. Market Hl-Way 24' 18tb and Woodlawn Seventh and North John Deere Machinery 50 ft. 18%" Portable elevator New & Used Rubber-tire Wagons. 2 yr. 101 Side-mount picker Used 1 & 2-row pickers $75 up '49 B Tractor A-l THOMAS HDWE, Grass Creelt Ohio Convicts "Guinea Pigs In Battle Against Disease COLUMBUS, Ohio (UP) — Convicts at Ohio Penitentiary are helping America stremig&en its defense agaiimst germ warfare. . Army oM-cials say vaccine tests now being condiiictied at tfce prison are of "vital importance." Inmate, "•guinea pigs" haw. vol- iunteered to expose themselves to f naibb'it" oir "dear-fly fever,"- medically known as Tuloremia. The disease is caused by %iy. bacteria and occurs among rabbits, .squirrels and oNher rodents. It is. trans-. •mibted by the bites of As, ticks lice. White '4 is a disease foond mostly among hunters, 'Maj. Gen. Wiliam M. Creasy, -chief of the Army Chemical Corps, says that during wartime, • "Tulaneimda . • is cue of the many diseases which •could be used against us by the enemy." • . In imam,, the disease is marked by (headaches, chills, fever, vommit- intg, lass o'f weight and enlargement of tihie lyimipJi glands. If um- treated, it can be fatal'. :TJ.S. pubic 'health service reports show the disease is most prevalent in Arkansas, Tennessee, 'Illinois, Texas, Kansas and Kentucky. Tests Half Completed The tests ait Ohio Penitentiary are only halif completed. When they began more Item a year ago, 30. inmates were injected wi'Hh the disease and watched around the •clock. for their reaction. Being evaluated was the Fosihay TuliareimBa vaccine, described by the Anmiy as orae of the best possible defenses against -Rabbit Fever •genrn warfare. • A mew series of- testjs wit begin late this fa! or eady winter, when volunteers step imibo a mobile 'laboratory, don special masks and fereaffiifi in Tularania genmis. Timed Exposures By timing exposures, scaentasts hope to find out exaotly tow few of the germs' it 'tabes to infect a toman. "We hope that when we finish all plfoaises of this work, we can tumn over to the medical world information whSdi wffi assist doctors 'everywhere in oonitroiliing a disease which hats taken many laves," Gen. Creasy said. He said the 'Conwicts "May contribute not only to society as a r«,i™, Kopanw nfi at Marlboro ''College. Audrey Alley Gorton because of ^ . ^ ^^ put itf tte a cookbook she has written L Bique form of her book "grew The Venison Book," published backwards ji ke a detective story." in September (The Stephen Greene Press, Brattleboro, Vt.) begins in the forest with chapters on how to shoot a deer and how t<j dress it in the woods. It ends with what Mrs. Gorton at first thought would be the beginning and end of it, recipes for cooking deer meat and foods to serve with it. Since the book is based, as she says in the text, "on the results of personal experience," many of her readers assume that Audrey; 5 Fined In City Court Five persons were fined in city court Saturday morning by Judge Harold Tuberty, and trial was set for a sixth who pleaded not guilty to a-traffic charge. Morris C. Watts, route 6, was fined $10 and $14.75 costs for speeding. F,ined $1 and $14.75 costs were Joseph B. Casalini, 713 West Broadway, for failure to signal for a left turn, and Harry M. Holmes, route 3, for running a red light. Clair Woodruff, 8% .West Miami avenue, was fined $1 and costs and .given a suspended 60-day state'farm sentence for assault and battery. The .affidavit was signed by his wife, Lorene. Helen Richardson, Barnett Hotel, was fined $1 ah'd $13 costs for disorderly conduct. Ralph James, route 6, pleaded not guilty to improper passing and his trial was set for Dec. 7. ^ by providiing us with new knowledge. . .but to this country's ability bo resist its ememies," Treatment of the latest group of prisoner .volunteers will begin as soon as any symptoms appear, said Dr. Samuel Saslaw, director of the tests from the Ohio. State University Colege.of Medicine. Assistants wiB be ivitih the inmates night and day. Doctors wil linear condition two or three times every 24 'hours, Voiunibeers for the tests will have .to be in tip-top-physical condition, 1 which .meamis coly half of those who step forward can be used. Their rewards? Besides special living conditions, the volunteers will be aMowed to 'watch Saturday ftabbal games over television iic- a speicial hospital ward. Venison Book" Tasty Audrey Gorton "By VIVIAN SANDE United Press Staff Correspondent NEW YORK (UP) — Audrey Alley Gorton is getting used to receiving mail addressed to Mr. how to prepare it. She decided to •incorporate .that information into the book, and did, with the • help of her friend, Frederick J. Turner, hunter and professor of forestry Stocks Do New Dip In Post Week By ED MORSE NEW YORK W)—The stock mar~",—. ~ vnffTt-ar ., ttnmrmetiket took another loss this Gorton is a hunter, a gourmet and a man. • |nar During s a visit to New York, v Mrs. Gorton who is an attractive and very feminine-looking teacher European literature and mod- age of 1,991,656 shares, less than ern languages at ivianuwu voi- *- • - - . — lea-e in Vermont, said her interest! The October loss in quoted val- in" venison grew out of neither an ues was roughly $8,600,000,000, interest in hunting nor gourmet based on the decline in the aver.. Coking i age. This brought the quoted val- Purse, Tummy Empty , ff <* stocks listed on the New "It began in 1948 with an empty l$i&.a> during the week, freezer, an- empty tummy and an | The improvement in key stocks empty purs'e," she said. 'i na d put the average up to a two"I don't hunt for sport. Only wee k high at the .close on Thurs- fche thought of that succulent meat day _ gelling pressure on Friday makes'it possible for me to shoot' sen t m any blue chips' down to a deer." • .'fairly sharp losses and dragged Shg also favors the-, economical, down the average to its steepest advantages of shooting your own! decline • since the memorable Oct. deer and eating it. "Nowadays when you cam store meat in a home freezer or in 21 sell-off. Two factors dominated the Friday loss. One was /-unmistakable ,111^/tAij i** i* **w A*- — —— —- —-• - \LciY it/OO» WJ'C r* CO * »***""**" ut —»»— «•-••• rented locker space there is no evi( j ence j n ^all Street that the reason why the" whole deer you,Federal Reserve System is con- bag should not end up on your tinuing its policy of credit retable. You can have from 50 to s t ra int and tigjht money—despite 100 pounds of good meat for as' ea riier published reports that it little 'as' $2.50 for a hunting li-i was a bout to ease matters a bit. cense, and 10 cents for a shell," ^^^-^^ the latest .report on she said. rail cascadings, showing their Mrs. Gorton, a former editor gh t tu , mbk of the year be for the BBC and the Manchester 1 w . correspondin g i 956 levels. FURNITURE LOANS LINCOLN FINANCE COMPANY x Mart* Smi.h, Mgr. Phono 3295 •medi-atel^ and the fatb efore 'cooking-(compensating witih other fats during cooking) removes the gamey flavor some people object to and eliminates' the necessity for high seasoning according to Mrs. Gorton. At her college, Mrs. Gorton constantly was .asked by young hunters how to bag a deer and FRiGIDAIRE CLEARANCE OF 1957 MODELS SB's Are Coming - We Need Space PRICES REDUCED!! (Quantities limited) JACKSON-KITCHEL 510 High Street Phone 3085 GUERDON SPARCAST BUDDY CHAMPION COZY .NEW MOON SPARTAN PACEMAKER LECAR CADILLAC HALLMARK GREAT LAKES TRAVELO ANDERSON DETR01TER 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 and families pocketbook. • ' BAIRD MOBILE HOMES, INC 2 mi. south of Peru on U. S. 31 Phone Peru Gridley 39808 Mrs. Gorton, a former editor .or the BBC aj Guardian, provides recipes for steaks and chops, roasts, curry, mincemeat, tongue, liver, stew, stroganpff or sauerbraten of venison, among others. Venison Best Rare "You can treat venison- like beef, and a rare venison steak is best," she insists. Mrs. Gorton says she began to fi tty ^ rise ^ wee k. But collect recipes for her book be-j the technical factor—profit-taking cause she'could find so few in fo]1<wed tfae improvement-gave prices an extra kick to the downside. Copper issues fared better, helped, early in the 'week by re- r . cent drop from the like period a year ago was attributed by a railroad spokesman to a general falling-off in the level of business, especially in miscellaneous freight, which includes manufactured articles. These were enough to put the kibosh on what might have been the cookbooks she researched, and because in the course of the years she found herself disagreeing with some of the age-old traditions of venison cookery. Freezing, she believes, elimi , ports, of firming, .world copper JSrs ^^'^ *^ir^ £•£ (industry which has taken ; ; ing-around lately. Aircrafts and ' other defense stocks were helped early in the week by statements from President Eisenhower and Secretary of Defense McElroy to the affect that the S^billion-dollar ceiling on defense spending would have to be exceeded. __ SALE CALENDAR Nov 2—R. W. Bray Rinehart & Sons Nov 2—Mrs. Gladys Blackburn ....: George M. Plotner Nov. 2—Martha Rouch O. A. Monesmith Nov. 12—Guy Bryant '. Harold Sterner Nov. 13—Roy L. -Lytle Estate .' Bridge Auct. Nov. 16—Mrs. Perry Miller ...' R. Rinehart & Sons MID-SEASON PICKER SPECIALS! 1-1951 2-M Picker. A-l condition. $575.00 2—2-M Pickers. Your C-hoice. $425.00 1—2-M Picker. $275.00 1-^No. 24 2-row mounted Picker. Late model with improvement package. $275.00 2-No. 24 2-row mounted pickers. Your Choke. $175.00 JACKSON-KITCHEl 'TOUR FNT1RNATIONA1-HARVBSTOR DEAlBR" 510 High Street " Phone 3085 2,000 STOCK CATTLE Private Sale, Now thru Saturday WERTHEIMER'S NEW YARDS CAMDEN, INDIANA Montana and Canadian Calves and Yesf!mgi JOHN CASE, Mgr., Phone 40

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