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Fourteen Logansport, Indiana, Tuesday Evening, December 31, 1957. A Want Ad A Day Makes All Business Pay Dial 4141 COMBINATION CLASSIFIED RATES SAMPLE ADS THIS is a sample ad containing ten average size words. An ad the above size can be run In kotb the Pharos-Tribune and Press at these low pricci: 10 words, 6 times *2.ZO It w»rds. 3 times THIS sample ad contains fifteen average size words. It performs big jobs at low cost. Yonr message can be brought to 80,000 Pharos-Tribune and Press readers in an ad the above size for these low prices: 15 words, C times 43.30 IS words, 3 times $2.40 10% discount for casb with order. II box number is desired add 25 cents to cost of ad. Cash must accompany all orders from outside Logansport unless credit has been previously established. All classified ads ran first in the Pharos-Tribune and then IB tbe Press on following morning. Ad copy must be in this office not later than 10:30 o'clock, Monday thru Friday, and 10:15 Saturday on date of first publication. In case of error advertiser must make correction before necond insertion. In /lemoriam and Card of Thanks figure 5 words to the line, heading counts as 2 lines. First line 1s charged at 30c per paper, each additional line at 25c per line per paper. Phone 4141 Ask for Want Ad Taker I. MERCHANTS WHO GIVE RED TRADING STAMPS H. WILER, Inc. House Furnishings Fourth and Market. Phone 3636 I. MERCHANTS WHO GIVE TOP VALUE STAMPS KROGER FOOD STORE Live Better . . For Less 215 E. Market & 801 E. Market 1. ANNOUNCEMENTS Rug cleaning. Moody's Magic Carpet Cleaners. Ph. 7716. Free pickup of rugs Mondays. OLD AND RELIABLE McKINLEY MONUMENTS WINAMAC, INDIANA RUG and UPHOLSTERY cleaning, rug dyeing, pickup. Rhoads Klever Rug Kleaners. Ph. 4530. VAPOR baths, tor appointment phone 3307. 1321 Riverside Drive. . . . They're getting real per- snikkety—won't touch a thing but 7. FARMER'S COLUMN MORIARTY Quality Farm and Industrial Pole Buildings. Wayne Johnson, 56301. MARTIN steel silos, corn cribs, dryer grain bins, and utility buildings. Dale Davidson, Metea Phone 56825. 2000 bales of hay, 65c a bale. Ph. 40959. POLE buildings. For quality and lowest prices. Free estimates. Smiley Lumber Co., Route 1, Denver, Ind. Ph. Denver 66-F-22. os-Tribune and Press Want 2. PROFESSIONAL SERVICE i. Plumbing & Heating Twelve Mile Ph. 2821. TOILET, new, complete with white seat, $30. ^4" O.D. copper tubing, 25c a ft. 54" cabinet sink $79.50. B & M SUPPLY COMPANY, 309 East Broadway. Phone 3790. a. Livestock PRIVATE DISPERSAL of high 3. AUTOMOTIVE b. Autos For Sola 1953 PLYMOUTH 4-door. Radio, heater, clean. Good condition, good tires. Must sell, make offer. Phone 21030. grade Holstein dairy herd, 2 to 6 years. Tested heifers from above cows 2 to 17 months. AH cattle are first, second and third generation artificial breeding. Bud Rouch—5 mile N.W. Fulton. Ph. Kewanna 2843. GET fast economical gains with a Duroc boar. We have the good ones, S50 up. Howard Mutchler, Kewanna. DEAD STOCK. REMU'V'ED STATION WAGON 1957 Chev. Will; Indiana Rendering Co., Logansport trade for 56 or older car. Ph.; Ph ones 4729 or 4730 4366. f956 CHEVROLET ^.^j^r/Eg. "-.g^ mileage, fully equipped. Phone ^ ^ ^ Centef ^ 3860, 217—20th St. 1954 DeSoto Firedome 8 4-door, power brakes, reasonable. Call 2818 or 4368 after 5:00. 1950 Champion Studebaker, radio, heater, overdrive, good tires, runs good. Call 52292. 4. DOGS, CATS, PETS REGISTERED Collie puppies, $35, wormed, distemper shot. Call Idaville 59. REGISTERED male Collie pups. 8 weeks old, S35. Mrs. Lowell Barnar. Monon 4149. FOR SALE: Purebred fox terrier pups, good pets and hunters. Herbert Hardy. Phone 40170. FREE PUPPIES, part English Collie, three miles west of Camden. Charles Dillman. YOU can make money with rabbits by feeding Napiana rabbit pellets. On sale at King's Hatchery and Feeds, Sixth and North Sts. 5 YEAR OLD Female German Shepherd, $25. Ph. 21387. Lucerne 2460. FOR SALE: Young Berkshire boars. L. Ernest Fiedler. Phone 40788. SOW and 9 pigs for sale. Call 8385. 18 month old Landrace boar, eligible to register. Ph. 20916. GET CASH YOU CAN when you use the Want Ads, : HERE'S HOW: 1. Rent that vacant apartment, house, or gara'ge. 2. Sell livestock you no. longer want. 3. Sell used, unneeded clothing. 4. Convert your old TV or piano into cash. 5. Used furniture is in big demand. 6. Old appliances are needed everywhere. 7. Your personal services are worth money. 8. Rent that vacant room. 9. Used bicycles or toys bring ready money. 10. Buy, sell, rent, trade, or swap for profit. JUST PHONE 4141 A courteous adtaker will be glad to help you word your fid for best results! 12 GOOD THINGS TO EAT APPLES Jasper Flory it Son, High Street Road APPLES, sweet cider, bananas and potatoes. Open evenings. Sam Berkshire, 425 S. Cicott. GALLON jug milk. 66c. Try our Deluxe Ice Cream, the finest. LENICK ICE CREAM, 141 Wheatland Ave. 13. REAL ESTATE 10 FOR RENT 5-ROOM apartment, heat, water, private entrance, adults. Phone 3005. YOU'RE paid off pretty through Classified Ads! To sell or rent, swap or hire, dial 4141. 2-ROOM furnished apartment, lower, private, utilities furnished. Phone 53363. l-ROOM modern kitchenette apartment, 131 E. Ottawa. Inquire 712 N. Pearl after 4:30. ROOMS, clean, nicely furnished apartment. 2C8 Eel River. 11. FOR SALE b. Miscellaneous FERREE & SMITH Mobile Home Sales, Akron, Ind., Ph. TW-3-3285 or TW-3-2075. Vt mi. S. Akron. 2 PIECE slip covered davenport suite. Good condition. Ph. 40510. WOOD. Furnace, fireplace, stove, $5.00 delivered. Also slab wood. Ph. 5C5G8 or 40190. TWO NEW 21 in. Hotpoint TV's. Fhor.e 727D. FREE $29.95 razor with the purchase of. G. E. $29.95 percolator. Limited supply. Lots of bargains. Wallar Electric, Burrows. NEW LOCATION after January i <2 MODERN apartments with gar- 1958 W V Palmer Stacker and i a § e . $ 28 and $ 30 nionouy. in-j FOR SALE: 1955—42 A. Grea Feeder'Cattle, 7 miles north of quire ^ 14 Hanna - ' ' "" ' -—•'--' T -< SPRING IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER Let us help you design your new HOME- SEVERAL CHOICE CITY LOTS in Eastend with all UTILITIES Large country lots in Davis St. Road .Development STEINBERGER CONST. CO. Phone 3546 or 53312 a. Houses FOR SALE: The attractive Murray home, one acre, Grass Creek complete bathroom. Appraised value $4500. Empty. Call Deam er & Deamer Realtors, Roches ter. Peru or 3 miles north of Mex- '• 5 LARGE rooms, partly furnished, ico on U. S. 31. i lower apartment, children wel- 70 CHOICE Hereford steer and' 1 come. Inquire upstairs 624 Race heifer, calves, weight 377. 15. Street. Lakes house trailer. Terms. Jeffries Agency, 403 East 13th St. Rochester. Dial CA 3-6111. yearling heifers. Roy Wolf. Ph. i 2-BEDROOM upper apartment, hardwood floors, automatic oil 40819. HOG FARMERS. New bog market heat . buying Monday thru Friday, 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. No commissions or yardage. HEINOLD'S, Royal Center Hog Market. Call us for further details. Phone 3295. Located at the Royal Center Sale Barn. , kitchen. Ph. 6030. d. Farms and Acreages KASCO complete dog food. It's "Dog-licious!" in 5-10-25-50-lb. bags. King's Hatchery & Feeds, Sixth and North St. BOXER puppies, registered. Bonnie's Trailer Park, East 24. WHAT a day, had time to play, after cleaning my carpets with Blue Lustre. Flanegin Ace Hardware. a. Lost and Found LOST—Beagle hound, brown and white. 224 Cole St. Ph, 9940. FOR SALE: Pair black and tan coon hounds. Dial 40130. REGISTERED .Bluetick coon hound, 2t4 years old, well started. Inquire 2009 Spear St. LOST: 22 Winchester rifle, 1 mile south of Burnettsville. Gordon Landis, Burnettsville. LOST: Bunch of keys, Sunday, front of Ninth Street Christian church. Please leave at police station. LOST" German Shepherd black and tan male. Ph. 7678 or 20357. b. Personal Notices TURKEY dinners served every Saturday Pemvell's Cafe, Fifth and North Street. Closed Sunday. 2. PROFESSIONAL SERVICE SEWER TROUBLE? Call Bixler Roto Service Phone 2206 Laird & Conklin Sewers cleaned electrically. SEWER SERVICE Septic tanks cleaned. Work guaranteed. Phone 40415 or 2280 LOGANSPORT "SANITARY Sewer Service—Cleaners of septic tanks, cesspools, toilets. basement drains. Sewer cleaned with electric cutting machine. Free estimates. All work guaranteed. Prompt service Phone 9664. b. Help Wanted—Male USHERS. Apply State Theatre. WANTED: Barber, good working conditions, 5-day week work, $90 guarantee to start, must be neat appearing and interested in staying. Contact 1900 S. Union, Kokomo. Will be at home New Year's Day. YOU always stop or start with Suburbanite Snow Retreads. Quick service on all sizes including the "new" 14-inch tires, at Logan Tire Service. See Don or Doug Norzinskay at 229 W. Market. Dial 3475. HAVING furnace or stoker trouble? Call MfUott Heating, 9882. EVERY BUSINESSMAN: You can advertise your business here everyday on a yearly contract basis for only 16c a line per day Phone 4141 for further details. EAVE TROUGHS, carpenter work and dry walls Free estimate. Call 21810. Roy Randolph. PIANO TUNING SERVICE ot pnven ability 35 years experience. Free estimates. Dial 2811 Claude H Conrad TERMITE CONTROL, 25 years experience, Reliable Exterminators, 323 Pearl. Phone 4664. c. Moving, Hauling MOVING LOCAL & LONG DISTANCE LICENSED & INSURED CARRIERS BECK'S TRANSFER PHONE 3539 f. Roofers, Tinners BOOKING, siding, eave troughs, new and repair work. Robert (Bob) Scbodrof, Av*. Phone 9755. 921 Garfield 5 EDUCATION a. Instructions ACME SCHOOL OF TOOL & DIE DESIGN, 312% Fifth St. Complete training in Mathematics, Drafting, Tool Design, Die Design. Mon.. Wed., Thurs., 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. Veteran Approved. 6. EMPLOYMENT b Implements 7x12 grain bed and stock combination. Chevrolet 2-speed axle. Lime bed. 3'A miles west of Royal Center and "A mile north.. H, Zeider, Jr. e. Houses & Duplexes 5 ROOM Modern, garage. Inquire 16 W. Linden. 9. FINANCIAL Car payments too nigh? See AMERICAN SECURITY CO. 314 FiK», Logansport, Dial 3216 10. FOR RENT a. Apartments 4 ROOM, bath, modern apartment. Heat hot water. Phone 7583. 4-ROOM apartment for rent, unfurnished, heat furnished. Ph. 9162. 2-ROOM furnished upper apartment, located Northside. Phone 9017.' 2 APARTMENTS, 1 four and 1 five room, hardwood floors, TV antennas, hot water heat, plenty of parking space. Ph. 50846. 1000 E. a. Help Wonted-Female Broadway. HOUSEKEEPER In motherless 3 ROOM, upper, modern, furnished country home, modern. Write 1 apt. East end, adults. Ph, 4760. Box A-104, this newspaper. \ 2 aooM- . {urnished apartments. Utilities furnished. $12.50 a week. Ph. 21588 or 4976. MIDDLE aged lady to stay-in for housework. Phone 7103. Apply. State 'ART-time cashier. Theatre. WANTED: One neat and personable man to service customer route in Cass county, $90 weekly to start. If you have a car and a lot of ambition, call Fuller Brush Co. Ph. 8329 for interview. 4-ROOM heated apartment, near school. Children welcome. Ph. 6122. 3-ROOM apartment, heat, water, private entrance. Ph. 9411. 3 ROOM unfurnished. Private bath. Downstairs. Nice. 21588 or 4976. 4-ROOM unfurnished, heated apartment, newly decorated. Ph 3659. 3 ROOMS modern, inquire at 1321 Riverside Drive. 3 ROOM apartments furnished. Inquire 800 North 3rd. Apartment 4. a. Situations Wonted-Female WANTED: Ironings, pickup and deliver. Mrs. Purtee. Phone 56074. WASHINGS and ironings, pickup and delivery, reasonable. Phone 8710. WOULD like receptionist or office work, experienced in typing, bookkeeping, accounting, and a little shorthand. Very good references. Write Box A-106 this newspaper. f. Situatic Wanted-Male PART-TIME work wanted. Married man. Evenings, SaJfurdays, Sundays. Phone 52847. 3-ROOM apartment for rent, heat, 7. FARMERS COLUMN CUSTOM SAWING on your farm, self-propelled sawmill. Phone LY 5-3218, Star City, Link Mobile Sawmill Equipment. 150 bales of alfalfa hay. Twelve Mile. Ph, 2774. LIME HAULING and fertilizer spreading. Also drive-way stone. Phone 56816. Ernest D. Homburg. Royal Center Community Sale Sale Starts at 1 o'clock Every Thursday Phone 3755 Bring Cattle to Be Tested by 12 o'clock. Bridge & Garner. Aucts. 2000 bales of clover and timothy hay; 4-can milk cooler. Keith Hook. Ph. Young America 2183. FOR RENT 2 room furnished apt. northwest side. 4 room house, 1217 Woodlawn 5 room upper apt. 85 ] /2 East Market, heat and water furnished. STRECKER-BROWN AGENCY. Phone 4303 UPPER, 4 rooms, bath, ideal location, close to town. 4546. DAIRY farm for rent. Len Haven Farms, Walton, 2759. MODERN 80 acre farm. Call Mrs. Hope, 3178 or 8765. SIX ROOM Modern house north on highway 25. Ph. 40488. MORTON'S Sugar Cure. Kasch's, 524 E. Market. LOWER half of duplex, unfurnished, modern, heat and water. 14th and Smead. Inquire 2207 Smead. >EMI-modern house in exchange for part time farm labor. Write Box A-105, this newspaper. 6-ROOM furnished house, automatic oil furnace. 28 E. Miami. 3 rooms and bath, carport; oil heat. 1012 N. Sixth. Cat at 1020 N. Sixth St. 5-ROOM cottage, 1 acre, water and electricity, oil heat. Inquire 16 West Linden. SEMI-modern 3 room home for rent. Inquire 1705 Johnson. SEMI-MODERN 3 rooms, attached garage, Westside. Ph. 40635. 5 ROOM semi-modern double, 419 —13th. 40678. 4 ROOM house in Royal Center. Mace Martin, Royal Center. DUPLEX, 3 rooms, bath, $30. 1428% Wright. Inquire 1114—19th. ALMOST new 2-bedroom modern house with refrigerator, stove, washer and dryer furnished, east end location. Write Box A-108, this newspaper. . 9-ROOM modern house with double garage. Ph. 56441. FOR RENT: 4-room' house, $50 a month. Ph. 6352, f. Rooms SLEEPING room, close-in, private entrance. 823 E. Market. I have room and board for 2 elderly ladies. Nice country home, everything furnished, $60 per month. Write Box A-98, this newspaper. BEAUTIFUL furnished modern room, strictly private, close-in. 805 North St. SLEEPING room, downstairs. Call 52177 after 4:30. jj. Wanted To Rent WANTED TO RENT: 2-3-bedroom furnished house or apartment wanted in city or in nearby smaller town. Pharos-Tribune employee. Permanent. Write Box A-96, this newspaper. II. FOR SALE lights and water furnished, $50. Can be seen Saturday and'Sun. _ day afternoon or evenings be- 1 ADMIRAL COLOR TELEVISION a. Household Goods USED washing machine, good con dition. Inquire 1506 E. Broadway. DECEMBER SPECIAL SAVE $500 1958 47' 10' wide with washer $4995 1958 47' 10' wide $4795 1958 47' 8' wide $3995 Spartan new Sparcraft 45' $4400 43' to 51' 2 or 3 bedrooms 10' wide, price $4200 to $7300 18' to 47' 1 or 2 bedrooms, 8' wide, price $1200 to $6300 We give liberal trade-ins on trailers and furniture with best of financing. BAIRD MOBILE HOMES, Inc. 2 Miles South of Peru on U.S. 31 Ph, Peru GR-39808 Happy New Year to everyone! It. has been a real pleasure to have, served many, many of you nice folks during 1957. We are looking forward with great anticipation to filling the needs of many more of you people during the coming year. We have tried and will continue to try real hard to serve you honestly and efficiently. It will be our pleasure to place your name on our continually and rapidly growing list of satisfied and happy home buyers. Sincerely yours for a wonderfully successful New Year. Dale W. McNutt Your Realtor Ph. 2928 A. GLENN MILLER Sales Rep. ROY COX Eve. 4886—2623 Law Officials Guiding 'Prepnik' Launchings By UNITED PRESS Schoolboy scientists, firing homemade rockets over populated areas with explosive fuels, are getting a helpful but guiding hand from local law officials, reports indicated today. A flurry oC "prepnik" launchings and two misfirings were ra- Indiana, North Dakota and Michigan. Kansas State Fire Marshal Fred Bergman, in giving a qualified go- ahead to youthful scientists Monday, said "we don't want to do anything to help the Russians by prohibiting the advance of science in this state." Bergman said the high school rockets can be fired if "the firing is supervised by the science teacher and the time and place are chosen by the local fire chief." About the time Bergman made his announcement a "prepnik" exploded 500 feet above a wooded area on the south side of South Bend, 1'nd. The rocket was one of three fired by five South Bend high school students over the weekend. None of the five is a science major. Police Will Help South Bend police protested, but said they did not want to hamper scientific progress and vould help the youths get proper supervision and a safer launching site. The launching "pad" used by the youths was merely a mound of earth with wood poles holding the rocket in place. | Tom Brandley, 15, leader of the! group, said a rocket fired Saturday went out of sight and one launched Sunday was retrieved after it fell back to earth. Brandley said the two - stage rockets are patterned after the German V-2 and are powered by fuel based on a formula found in the Encyclopedia Brilannica. At Frankenmulh, Mich., a youth was injured Monday when his home-made rocket exploded as it "just sat and fizzled" on the (ground. Joel Heinrich, 18, a Bay City Junior Coilege freshman, said he'll build a heavier diaphram on a new rocket which he hopes to launch this week. Heinrich was struck in the leg by a piece of metal in the blowup. Farm Account Cooperators Meet Jan. 2 County farm account cooperators will close 1907 records and wjll set up plans for 1958 at a meeting Thursday in the Public Library music room. The meeting will begin at 1:30 p.m. A. M. Nichter, of the Purdue University extension department, will conduct the session. The account cooperators keep detailed records of their farm operations for use by Purdue L'ni- in compiling statistics on farm management practices. In turn, Purdue specialisUs work with the farmers to help thorn keep accurate accounts of their operations. Cass county farmers taking part are George Hooper, Fred Benncr, M. W. House, Robert 0. Justice, George Hubenlhal. Charles llubcn- Ihal, Kenneth .Miller, Robert A. Newell, Elmer Schmaltz. Ker.neth Hines, Ed Newburn, Bill Cree, Robert Scnlegelmilch and Don Elliott. Tell of Successful Firings Red Skelton In Serious Condition SANTA MONICA, Calif. (UP)-C median Red Skelton was in serious condition at St. John's Hospital today after taking what was described as "nine steps toward death." The 43-year-old funnyman suffered a "cardiac-asthmatic" attack Monday night at his Bel-Air home while reading a script. He was rushed unconscious to the hospital and placed under an oxygen tent. Skelton was discovered groaning and gasping for breath by his 10- year-old' daughter, Valentia. She called her mother, who summoned aid for her stricken husband. "Suppose there are 10 steps to death, Skelton had taker; nine of OJ-IA- .„.„<, them," said Dr. Garth Graham in County"and"clvn'"de'fen'seTofH- a hypothetical example describing cials cleared rocket launching;the comedian's condition when he plans of a group of Muskegon> as discovered. Heights, Mich., high school stu-| OWNER wishes to trade lovely mobile home for modern ,home in Logansport. Jefferies Agency 403 East 13th St., Rochester. HOUSETRAILERS and accessories Buy, sell or trade. 2 mi. N. W. CD U. S. 3S. Maple Springs. AFTER-CHRISTMAS CLEARANCE Folding ping pong tables complete with paddles and net, $24.88. $3.00 down, $1.25 per week. Firestone Store, Third and Eel River Ave. Ph. 3922. 17" Emerson console, very good condition, $35. Ph. 9964. Northside TV Service. Don Ashby. c. Musical Instruments CHUTE & Butler piano, good condition. Mrs. William Poorman, Fulton Ph. UL-72691. ,958 Spinets, proven craftsmanship, lowest prices for 100 miles around. Terms. Thompson's, 834 West Miami. d. Poultry, Eggs, Baby Chix METAL 10-hole nest sections, $11.95. Feeders and founts. Hizer Hatchery, Grass Creek. EARLY HATCHED CHICKS are profitable producers. Hatching DeKalb, White Rock, Rhode Island Red, Leghorn. Order chicks now. Jan. 7 Sold Jan. 10 Sold Jan. 14 Sold Jan. 21 Sold Jan. 24 Sold Jan. 28 Avail. Jan. 31 Sold Feb. 4 Avail. Feb. 7 Avoil, Feb. 11 Avail. Feb. 14 Avail. Feb. 18 Avail. Feb. 21 Avail. Feb. 25 Avail. Feb. 28 Avail. Start Chicks Fast Wayne Starter Grower LOGAN HATCHERY, Ph. 4202 BOB AYERS, Realtor Phone 4326 16 W. Linden Ave. SUBURBAN, Wash. Twp. 5 rm modern, built in 1950, Ig liv and din, 2 Ig bedrms, bath, kit, hardwood floors, coal furnace, full basement, Ig lot. Immediate possession. Priced to sell. NEW ATRACTIVE MODERN 4 rms, with Ig liv, kit, builtins, 2 bedrms, bath, Ig utility rm, gas heat, attach garage, corner lot 83x165. Good location. dents. The students, members of the Muskcgon Heights Future Engineers Club, fired a rocket three- quarters of a mile into the sky Monday. They said the 38-inch rocket, named TY-1, remained in flight 30.6 seconds before it plunged to earth and buried itself in sand. Two teen-age scientists from Devils Lake, N.D., Monday revealed they had fired two rockets successfully, one allegedly soaring more than a mile and a half into the heavens. Lyle Nelson, 17, and David Thompson, 16, students at Devils Lake high school, said they began the project last 'summer to qualify for a science research scholarship contest. Sunday, a group of boys at Austin, Minn., under the direction of a Roman Catholic nun sought to fire a "mousenik" rocket and a "test" missile, but both attempts failed. Culver The Wide-Awake class of the Methodist church met Thursday evening at the Fellowship Hall. Hostesses were Mrs. J. I. Rich, Mrs. 0. T. Smith, and Mrs. Ratchel Thessin. Members of the Ace of Clubs were entertained at the home of Mrs. Gordon Cultice on Monday evening. The Zior, 1 Neighbors met Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Harry Leopold. The Green Township Homemaker's club met at the "home of Mrs. Gwen Smith. Twenty-four members were present. The Culver Military Academy pre-holiday athletic schedule closed Tuesday afternoon. The Culver - Union Township Home Economics club met Friday afternoon at the Methodist Church Fellowship Hall. Hostesses were Mrs. Wayne Kline. Mrs. Harry Leffert. Mrs. Ora Overmyer and Mrs. Fred Masten. Mrs. Ruth Simpson returned Saturday from San Diego, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Cartwright are the parents of a girl born at 3130 N. Pennsylvania ' Ph. will p.m. Wednesday at the Forrest G. oiUiot water heat, 2 car garage. Hay funera , home in Soutl) Bon<J ; He was 36. He died Saturday at a 2489. f. Wearing Apparel MEN'S coats and vests, $$1.00 each. Men's all wool pants, $7.95, 2 for $15.00. Men's work pants, $3.00. Perfect Cleaners. tween 3:30 and 5:00. Phone 3879. STRICTLY modern 3 room, unfurnished, upper apartment. Heat and hot water furnished. Ill West Linden. Call Lucerne 2138, Reverse charges. UNFURNISHED, modern 3-room apartment, private. 2130 Spear after 5:00. SMALL apartment, private entrance, adults. 200 Wheatland. FURNISHED 1-room kitchenette apartment, utilities furnished. Ph. 21558. NEWLY decorated, 3 rooms, private bath, unfurnished, first floor apartment, automatic heat, soft water, no children. Ph. 4744. GENERAL SUPPLY CO. FRED ANGLE—PHONE 40001 USED apartment size gas' range, good. Briggs Electric, 205 Fifth. USED furniture, 4-piece bedroom suite, includes vanity, bench, chestrobe and bed, $50, choice of dresser or panel bed, $15. Choice of 2 studio coucties, $15. Bennett Furniture Company, 313-315 E. Broadway. WATER heater, laundry stove with hot water tank. 1825 Spear. CONVENTIONAL type washer for sale. Ph. 21266. LARGE automatic Quaker oil heater; also small Siegler ofl heater. Call 6228 after S. HOLIDAY GREETINGS from the Thrift Shop. Closed until the 2nd of January. THRIFT SHOP, 411 E. Market h. Wanted to Buy CASS County Fair Association stock. Donald Witmyer, route 4, Box 200. Ph, 4995. CASH for vour small upright, spinet or console. Phone 8983. HOT water radiator, 24 inches long, 19 inches high. Phone 40153.. 12. GOOD THINGS TO EAT APPLES—Dwight Smith, on 25, Airport Road. north BARR'S RED DELICIOUS Golden Delicious, Rome, Turley and Stayman Winesap apples on sale at your grocers and storage, % mile north of Lake Cicott. Barr'» Orchard. FOR SALE Small residence property at Kewanna, Ind., located first house south of Standard Oil Filling Station on State Road 17, south o£ town, $700.00 Trust Department, The National Bank of Logansport, Logansport, Ind.. Commissioner. Rites at South Bend For Rochester Native ROCHESTER—Funeral services for Harold LaVon Kaley, a Fulton ., „ . native who moved to South Bend'" 1 ?, C . ul , ve . r ,. , ....... , Cadets left for their holiday furlough Friday morning and will return Jan. 55. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Listenberger spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Listenberger and children in Hammond on Sunday. They were all in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mikesell have left for Florida. Mrs. Oliver Baker returned home from Kokomo where she visited Carleton Baker and family. Louis Listenberger has left for Detroit, Mich., for the holidays. Mrs. Myrtle Crabb has gone to New Orleans to spend several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Donie Overmeyer and Vickie of Ft. Wayne, were re- Jean, at'homVfourTrotllwsVvir" ccnt guesls of Mrs - Earnest Over ' Chicago hospital. Rev. E. Richard Haley of the Epworth Memorial Methodist church at South Bend will officiate. Burial will be in Mount Hope ceremony near Athens where graveside rites will be held at 3 p.m. Mr. Kaley was born on Sept. II, 1921, to Mr. and Mrs. Johr; Kaley who now live in Logansport. On Sept. 18, 1943, he was married to Eileen Bryant in Bowling Green Ky. gil and Phillip of Logansport; Robert, of Lake Cicott; and Kenneth, LaPorte; and two sisters, Mrs. I Ernest McQuestion, Logansport; and Mrs. Eileen Hizer, Indianapolis. meyer. Mrs. Clara Currens returned Mr. and Mrs. LOVELY 4-bedroom home, gas heat, recreation room, attached garage, close to parochial school and high school. Ph. 7277. c. Farms 250-acre farm, Washington township, equipped with modern radiant heated farrowing house for 18 sows. Over 1100 pigs farrowed and raised this past year. 6-room dwelling, furnace and bath, barn, crib and other out buildings. March l possession. FRANK T. MORRIS AGENCY, -Inc. 125 Fourth Phone 3063 Arrested As Deserter • INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Marlin Wilson Todd, 19, Poland, was arrested Monday as a deserter from the Navy. Russ Claim Progress In Harnessing H-Bomb LONDON (UP) Moscow Radio claimed today that Russia made "the first substantial progress" toward harnessing the H- bomb reaction for peaceful use during 1957. The claim was made in a yearend broadcast on i:>57's achievements by Alexander Terpigorev of the Soviet Academy of Sciences. "The Soviet physicists, for the first time in the world," he said, "obtained a temperature of over one million degrees." Accidental Shooting INDIANAPOLIS (U!P)—Tommy Smith, 12, Indianapolis, was • reported in critical condition today from a bullet fired accidentally by a friend showing off his father's police pistol. Henry Bryant and family at LaPorte. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Benedick will spend the holiday at Norfolk, Va. The Poplar Grove WSCS met with Mrs. Harry Dinsmore on Wednesday. A potluck dinner was served. Mrs. Hattie McKinney was in Plymouth on Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Speyer of South Bend were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Robinson. Mrs. Roy Listenberger and Mrs. Lenora Hawkins were in Plymouth Tuesday. FUGITIVE CAPTURED MIAMI (UP) - Wayne Carpenter, 21, wanted on murder and kidnaping charges in Washington, was picked up as a vagrant Monday night in West Palm Beach. The partncr-in-crime of Henry Clay Overton, 44, who was killed Sunday in a flaming head-on collision in Georgia while trying to escape police, meekly identified himself after his arrest.

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