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Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, October 6, 1977
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TbtPto •TAT! Or t*bl*.Ht) COUNTY Of CAM | Notice Of ADMINISTRATION Cause No P7MJB In we OH Circuit Court 1177 Term Notice Je neraby given irul Frank E. "f** 1 *"• O" *"> a *> "I Sepumoer. 1*77, appointed fleeutw oi in. Ejut* ol James H. 6ro»r>. Hmcutra Ml fniont ruvioj claims jgainai u , d eateta. »f>elh»r or no! now due rr>u»l tile We urn* in wo- noun »,min »v* U) mtmim from in* date ol me lirn puDlicetion ol inlj mule* of UM claims *ui M forever barred. Dated 11 Logvilpon. Inolana tnls 2«ih davofSee.lemoer.1i77 Randolph G. Lanning Clerk oMna Clrcu.I Court for Clwi County Indiana Miller, Toioerl, HirKriauer & Wlldman Dy: Frank E. Tolt«ri Anarney for Cauie Ji»FovnhSireei LogeMpon. Indiana etMr Pnone: 7U-3IH NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENTS THE STATE Of INDIANA. CASS COUNTY ss CASS CIRCUIT COJRT OF INDIANA 1977 T6RV NO.C77-MO THE LOOANSPOBT SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, Loginlpcn, Inolana vs. FBEDEWCK JAMES PETERS ino AUDREY JEAN PETERS BE IT KNOWN, ihn on inn 2tin diy of September in trie year 1977, the above named plaintiff Dy III Attorneys flirt In in» office ol me Clerk ol lh« CHI Circuit Court Hi complaint against trio defendants in the aftove entitled ciuM, together wltn in il- lldavll of j competent person ihit the detendanla hereinafter named are nol realdenu ol me Slate of'lndtana. |o»ll: Frederick James Pliers and Audrey Jean Petere. That a eompliinl has been fne(j against the above-named. Individual on i foreclosure ol c«niln notes and mortgages on th« followlnQ-described roil estate, town: Lot No. 83 In Woodllwn Addition to tho City of LOflartepOrt, CMS County, Indiana. Slid defendants are therefore hereby notified of (ne filing and pendency of Mid complain! against mam, ind thai unless thty ippMr and arrs«rer or demur thereto, •t the calling of Mid cause 11 the Court House In the City dl Loginspon. In Ciss County, In me Stile ol Indiana, on the 1st diy of December, 1B77, and said Compliinl ano the milters and things therein con- ulned >nd illeged, will be heard aid determined In their absence. WITNESS the Clerk and Sen of slid Court, (rils rein day ot September. 1077. RandolphG. Lannlng Clerk Ca»s Circuit Court Hanna. Small, Sabellnl & Becker Attorneys for Plaintiff 208 Fourth Street Loginiport. Indiana 4CM7 STATE Of INDIANA) M: COUNTY OF CAM ) Notice NOTICE TO ALL PERSONS IHTf «S«P IN THE ESTATE OF WAKD MILO STACKHOU8E In me Circuit Court ol Ceo County. 1177 Term Ctuie Number P»U In ine milter ol me Etiale of Ward Miio SucihouH. deceased Nolle* If nereoy olven tint Clifford Ekhe.ll «s Administrator ol the aDove named tttaie. nas presented and tiled nls Kcount In ftnil settlement of Slid eatite, and (nil the ume will come up tor the examination end Kllon 01 seid Circuit Court, on Ihe 21th day of October. 1077, it which time all persons interested in said estate ire required to aep«ir in said coun ind Iho* cause, II any there be. why aim account should not be approved. And me nun of sakt decedenl end all others Interested ire also required to appear ind make proof of their Itetfafljp 1 or claim to any part of said estate, Randolph. Q. Lannftg Clan of the Circuit Court lor Can County, IndlirM Lynn O'Neill Attorney 220 Fourth Street Logansport, Indiana 49M7 STATE OF INDIANA) " '."" tSS: COUNTY Of CASS ) IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF CELIAKENNARO. DECEASED NOTICtOFSALEOf REAL ESTATE TO NON-BESIDENTS . ElUie No. P71-174 In the Cats Cllculi Conn, Term (117 BE IT KNOWN, thai on Ihll »na ttty ol Stplember. U75, the AUministralri,. e y her •norney, Lynn O'Neill. Wed In Ihe Cue Circuit Court, i Petition to Sell fix following described real eitete lo-wll: The North na|l ol Lot Number 1C In the f¥. H. Standley Addition 10 tne Clly of Logansport, Cess County, Indlane. more commonly known as «« airfield street. IC4ether wilh «n ilfiMylt inn the htlrs nerelnifter named are not residents of Ihe Stile of Indiana. l»-*ll: John Stewart vlgus Mrs. Doris Vljuj Jonn Rlcnard Vijus Jeekle WMle Jane Wilson Seld heirs ire therefore.hereby notified ol the filing and pendency ol said petition, end thit unless they ippeir ind inswer or demur thereto, it the cilllng ol Mid cause •1 Ihe Court House In the Clly of Logan, sport. Cisi County, Slate of Indiana, on IKe 31st day of October, 1977, Mid petition will ' be head and determined In well ibsence, WITNESS the Clerk and Seal ol Mid Coun. inn 3rd day ol October. H77. RanddlpftQ. Landing Clerk. Can circuit Couri Supt. Negley Wonts Scholastic Study Of Public School Students INDIANAPOLIS <UPI> State School Superintendent Harold Negley will ask the Indiana Board ol Education Oct. 20 to consider a plan for scholastic evaluation ol Hoosicr public school students, Negley said the Scholastic Aptitude Testi. In which Indiana ranks below national and Midwest averages, are not reflective of how well or how poorly Indiana student* are doing. Negley 'discussed the SAT results In an Interview Wednesday. The tests, administered by the College Entrance Examination Board, arc required of many college-bound students. National results were released previously and produced much controversy because they show a continuing decline. The Indiana breakdown of the SAT results from the 1973-76 tests shows Hoosler seniors were below the mldwestern sample as well as the national sample, The national average for the verbal scores was 431. For Indiana It was 415. The national mathematical average was 472, compared with Indiana's 460. Thus Indiana Is 1.4 percentlle points below the national sample and 4.4 points below the mtdweslern sample. Negley said the tests are not a measure of -scholastic achievement but merely designed to determine the likely Express Mail To Start success or high school seniors K they go to college. He gave two factors that contribute to the 1 o w CT -'t h a n - m c d i a n position. "One of the causes undoubtedly Is that the 25.000 applications to the four state universities had to be accompanied by SAT scores," Negley said. "Nearly 44 per cent of the seniors took the lest, a higher percentage than In most states.". "Expenditure of funds has something to do with It also."" Negley said. "Our per student average expenditure Is Sl.lt;:;. The rank of order for Ihe tcsl scores follows rather loosely the amount of money spent." Negley said he was not critical of the policies, of Indiana, Purdue. Ball State and Indiana State universities in requiring SAT tests .of their freshman applicants. "1 believe they are trying to couple open admission with some attention to quality,"he said. "Our standards - are improving in relation to the national standards." he said. "The differences In the states between those states ranked near the top — the New Yorks and Californias and the Min- nesotas — and in the middle is very tiny." On a scale with 50 the median. Indiana Is 44 on Ihe verbal scale and 46 on the mathematics scale, Indiana was a little ahead of the national trend in that the points in this slate dropped less than nationally. Over an eight- year period, Indiana droppc'd 28 points on the .verbal scale while the national sample dropped 33 polnis. On the math scale It was ' a drop of 20 for Indiana and 21 nationally. The 1968-69 Indiana verbal test points were 440 and the national 462, The Indiana math score was 478 that same year and the national 491. AlmMI MW, tptcloua.. 7 Dextroorn lownhouM apeYtmoflt. MM. 7JS- 3MSV- ' - .iv* ffsMnffel Wf MwT 2 bMroom hon*) in country. »nv> flood nHtr«nt«« . MUM' D»wn, Hippy Wrthdiy. W»l0v«you. Mommy. tWfly, Kelly ANNOUNCEMENTS 1 bedroom furnltiwd (tout*. MpoM r«qulfex).7a.JI12arfle)re'pm.- 3 bedroom houw on W. Linden. $160 p»r month plus ulllrtHI. No pMi. Oejpoill. 7M-1775. 4 bedroom hooM. RWerencM end deposit Inquire M Eel River Art. For rani: Modem country home. Furrujca), IniutoMd. W7-3S27. OO0 beofoofTi, lour roo Carpeted Mieden, bretMid nook, birch ciblnele. Older couple 1 preferred. No petf, no enddren, reference*. 7SJ4771. «. J>edel Notice, Sale Calendar Ocf. 8—Flo E, Dodt Carl Johnson Oct. 8—George & Irene? Zartmon leedy Oct. 8—Eusbioi J. & Lavine Ha Is* ma Vogel Oct. 8—Bagwell Auction Room W«nd«ll Kuhn Oct. 8—Luther Helvie Angle X Aaron Oct. 8—Heodlee General Auction Nult Oct. 12—Gordon S Helen Brown...,!., Angle 8 Aaron Oct. 13—lourence & Gladys Rude Angle £ Aaron Oct. 1 5 —Claude Earl Hendee Est Jerry Weese Ocf. 15—Wm. B. Wilson VanLue ft Crew Oct. 15—Grover Rhinebarger Est...,,.. Angle & Aaron Oct. 18—Alta Wilson Angle & Aaron Oct. 20—Old Sawmill Auction Col. Paul Couch PUBLIC AUCTION As we have sold our home and will be moving to an apartment, we will sell the following at our home. Directions: 2nd house North of Stapleton Auto Sales on Old 31, Mexico, Indiana on: Saturday, Oct. 8 at 10:30 A.M. ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES: Oak dining table w, 6 chairs; oak buffet: Handy Helper kitchen cabinet; storage cupboard; 3 straight back chairs; maple child's rocker; 5 plank bottom chairs; child's high chair; lamp table w, glass ball feet: oak sewing machine; ornate oak lamp table; oak mirror; washstand w/o towel bar; 2 kerosene lamps; flat Irons; copper boiler; very ornate leaded lamp shade; Shirley Temple mug; 2 pc. carnival glass; 2 pc. opalesence; green and pink depression; 2 Germany cream and sugar set; 4 deep bowls; porcelain opaque celery dish; alphabet plate; 1904 Worlds Fair cup; Misc. Japan and Germany pieces too numerous to mention. GARDEN, LAWN, SHOP EQUIPMENT: Like new Sears 10 HP Garden Tractor w. a speed trans; garden tractor equipment Inc. breaking plow, cultivator, harrow, disc, snow plow; 6 HP roto tiller (used one summer); 6HP leaf shredder; Bolen 3 HP Huskl garden tractor w. 8 in. breaking plow, mower, sclcle; nice Bolen 2 HP garden tractor; 6 ft. 2 wheel trailer; wheelbarrow; lawn roller; hand tools; lawn & garden tools; 6 oil barrels; wood extension ladders; misc. too numerous to mention. HOUSEHOLD AND MISC.: .Very clean 13'. ft. Whirlpool no frost refrig.; 15.8 cu. ft. Whirlpool upright freezer; 3 pc, mahogny table set; 40 in. electric range, 2 yrs.; 3 pc. brown sectional sofa; rocker; iron skillets; twin bed; mixer; Kenmore elec. hand sweeper; chenille bedspreads; table linens, misc. TERMS: Cash Not Responsible for Accidents GEORGE AND IRENE ZARTMAN Auctioneer: HowardLeedy Clerk; HaroldLeedy 317-985-2313 Lunch will be served 219-223-4895 WASHINGTON IL'PI) -For the first time since airmail was Introduced In 1918. a major new type of postal service — express mail — will start officially Sunday. Express mail will provide guaranteed same-day or next- day delivery, depending on whether the sender lakes the mall to a post office or an airport. Pickup and delivery Is also offered at extra cost, Parcels can weigh up lo 70 pounds. The expedited mail service, available in most big-city. areas, will cost extra. Bui the Postal Service will refund the postage If a delivery is late — except for delays caused by strikes or flight cancellations, In tryouts under wav since COUNTYOfCASS.) Nonce NOTICE TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF HOWARD W. VERNON. DECEASED In the Circuit Court ol Caaj County. 1*77 Term Cauae Number P4M In me metier ol the tllate ol Howard W. vernon. deceased Notice la Hereby given mat The Farmsri ana Merchant* Stile Bank Loganipptt, Indians, M adminlilrilor ol Ifte above named eslale. tiai presented «no Illetf Its account In final Mtilafoent of Hid aside, and ihit Ihe seme will come up lor Ihe elimination anil action of laid Clrcull Court, on iht 2lih diy of October, tin, al wMch time ill persons mtereded In eakt elllle are required to appear in laid court end irtov cai/ae. If any Mere M, why laid account atrauld not be approved. And the: heirs of «id dendem ana ill others Interested ire alia required lo ippesr and mike proof ot their nelriMlp or claim to any pan ol said estate. Randolph 0. Lannlng Clerk oime Circuit Court . for Gala County, Indians Smith JWdlan. Attorneys 1970, 95 per cent of all shipments, were delivered on time and over 99 per cent were delivered within 24 hours. the .Postal Service said. The network, now covering 400 cities, is being expanded to 900. Next-day service means express mall taken to a post office by 5 p.m. will be available at the destination post office at 10 a.m. the next day. It will be delivered to the addressee by 3 p.m. at extra cost. For same-day, service, the sender takes the mail to an airport, where It will-be placed on the next available flight. There are various combinations of pickup and delivery service. A pickup or delivery costs $5.25 per trip, regardless of the number of pieces. A one-pound Item can-'be express-mailed for next-day delivery from New York to Washington for 15.40, New York to Chicago S5.S5, and New York to Los Angeles $5.90. As a bonus, merchandise is Insured up to $500 at no extra cost and document reconstruction insurance up lo$50,ooo Is also provided at no extra cost. EH Fall Event Set At Camden Oct. 12 Your fresn fceepsefce (lowers can be preietved in cleir »olid pintle tn GuyRnyl,«31R«eeSl. 7S3-S719. 5. ••nonolt 3 bedroom home. 1150 per month. D*m*ge depoali required, references. Tit State Street. Call W8-830J after 5PM. 6 rm. Rancher, 2 bdrmi., kitchen with refrigerator, ptua 2 car garage. S2K.OO a mo. plus depoalt. Contact Gil Thomaa at TSWill Houaa tor rent. Canon School OHIhcl. Phone SS7-3SSS. Control hunger and lose weight with New Shape Diet Plan and Hydrex Water Plll» at KesllngOrugt. CAMDEN - The Fall Event and Craft Workshop will be held at the Camden community building Oct. 12. The event will begin at 1 p.m. with a l'» hour break scheduled at 5 p.m. Evening activities start at 6-.30 p.m. All members of Jackson Township and Aim Hi EH Clubs are urged to attend this event. meeting will be Wednesday, Oct. 12, at 7:30 p.m. .at the Camden Community Building. This meeting is open to all residents of Camden. * '+ + + The U.M.W. of the Methodist Church will meet Thursday, Oct. 13, at the church at 7:30 p.m. Fraternal Order ol BuHoloes Notice: Irlna bagpiper, te Un» 0-4 at U-STOi-UM (Next to Cms Plo«a) for pressure check and squeal adjustment. They con olio b* stored there until the Minneapolis Convention. | LOANS. Farm», homes, business and personal. All inquiries strictly confidential 317-742-17*2. 6. fnt.rtalnmenl.Dlnlnj In Walton: 2 bedroom 12«M mobile home. One child mteofne. No pets. 14. Trtjlart-left 2 or 3 bedroom mobile homes lor rent. Logan Mobile Homes, U.S. 24 Wtst, or call 7S3-25M. 19. W«M»dT««ent Wanted: Farm ground for ftTS. Lake Cicott-Burnatttville area. Paul Scott. 826-4130. Now Appearing •Holiday Inn PAVILION |7.UitondFoimd The O.E.S. will meet Monday. Oct. -10, at 7:30 p.m. at the Masonic Hal), The Carroll County Jackson EH Club No. 1 will meet Wednesday, Oct. 12, at 1:30 p.m. at the Firemen 's Lounge. Mary Cohee and Bertha Judy will be 'the hostesses and devotions will be given by Helen Wise. The L.C.W. of the Luthern Church will meet Thursday. Oct. 13, at the church.at 7:30 p.m. Joyce Sanderson and Barbara. Jones are the hostesses. Devotions- will be given by Ruth Myers and the program on "A Matter of Choices" will be given by Alia Dohannon, Lost: white female cat with collar. In area of West Wabash Aye. Reward. Lost: Grey cat with blue collar In \teinlly olMyars Lane. 73MOW, TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice la hereby given thai on October K »77, st 11:01 A.M. s public sale will be held el arable Chevrolet Twelve Mile. Indiana lo •all lor cash the collateral, lo wit: Wl Cnsnojst Mid collateral being held to secure an obligation arising under s retail Instalment security agreement new by General Motors Acceptance Corporation as .secured psny, Saw : puttie ufe n to t» conducted according n the laura ol Ihe Blate of Indians. General Motors Ac- ctptance Corporation retervei the right 10 bw at Ihli MIS. The collateral la preMnlly stored and may be lean at Oracle Chevrolet. Twelve Mile, Indiana. > General Motor i Acceptance Corp, The- Camden Town Board The Women's Missionary Society of the Baptist Church will meet Thursday, Oct. "13, at the home of Thelma Jones. *aVI2fcere to date All real estate advertised In the Pharos-Tribune Is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act ol 1MB which makes It Illegal to advertise any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex or national origin or an intention to make such preference, .limitation or discrimination. The Pharos-Tribune will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which Is in violation of the law. Our readera are Hereby Informed that all dwellings advertised In this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. REAL ESTATE 22. HDUIM f W $•)« Specious <t bedroom family home. Fine older home In perfect condition. Large shaded lot. East Broadway. Daniel Webster district. Phone 753-4378 tot appointment. GfllNOLEiWAOE Realtors «12E. Market 722-3M1 You'll do well whey you BUY OR SELL through BOB AYERS Realtor. Phone 783-4326. til.soo. Terrillc double-wide. New, furnished, akfrted, set-up, in Loganland'a New Mobile Home Park—Anoka Acres. 35 South, 722- 3M6. RENTALS PUBLIC AUCTION (Back Acrea) Slate Road 24 East - £ mile east of Logansport Mall on: Wednesday Oct. 12,1977 at 10:00 A.M. ANTIQUES AND COLLECTABLES. Many Original Paintings and original Limited Accents; Hair Floral Design In Shadow Box Frame; Several Pieces of Roseville Including Creamer and Tea Pot; Few Pieces Solid Pewter; Oval Stand; Drawing v Tables; Lots of Frames; Easel and Mat Board; Morse Collars 7 * Assorted Leather Working Tools; Jugs, Bottles, and Jars; Small ' Walnut Desk; Iron Garden Bench; Cut Glass Salt and Pepper, silver top; Caned Straight Chair; Walnut Wash Stand or Cabinet; 4x6 Linen Shag Rug; 6x9 Flokatl Rug; 25 years of House Beautiful Magazines; Lots of Pottery including Boonc, bybee, Frankoma Pitcher and 2 glasses, some Raymore, no longer made; Several PCS. of Crystal, 4 Foslorla Sherbets, ; Center Piece and Candle Holders; Other Pieces, Kerosene Pottery Lantern; Old Adding Machine; Barber Pole; Glass Top Jars, Pts. and Qts ; School Desk; Old 3 stack Bookcase, less glass; Oak Deacon Bench: 72 pieces .of Apple Pattern Fran- , ; clscan. Including many serving pieces that are no longer made; Uiurs sale corn ch FURNITURE AND MISC.: 7 Pc. Bedroom Suite (Franklin) including Bookcase Headboard with side by tide twin beds complete, 3 drawer Night Stand, double dresser with Mirror, Bookcase, vanity and stool; Pedestal Kitchen Table, 4 Upholstered Chrome Chairs; Pink Marble Top Mahogany End Table, Beautiful; Pale Turquoise Velvet 84!' Sofa; 3 Pc. Matching Wlllet End Tables and Long Coffee Table; 1 Leather Insert Coffee Table; Pr. Large Bras* and Wood Table -Lamps; High Back Fireside Chair; Arm Chair: Spring Rocker; Bentwood Rocker; Zinn Maple Wall Cabinet; Imported Twin Btd Spreads; Bates Spread; Other Bedding; Redwood Settee with - Cushions; Modern Bookcase; Baskets; Macrame; Chlids Wicker Settee-Assorted Lamps; Extenso). man. paintedr Portable Singer Sewing Machine; Pedestal Restaurant Type Table; Card Table And Chairs; Plate and Cup Wall Shelf; Mar). Window Bench: Pr. Twin Beds on Roller Frame*-; Westlnghouse Heavy Duty Automatic Washer and Electric Dryer, Avacoda; •Lots of Unusual Items. ' -BARN BEAMS AND MISC.: Hand Hewn Barn Beams; 4 Burner drop In Electric stove: t Anderson Casement Gilder Screens,' .New, 21x72; Heavy Duty Sanlway Sweeper; Roof Exhaust fan; ' flood Lights and Splicer for Movie Camera; Scott Seeder; Dog House; Jacobson Snow Blower; Snapper 11" Mower; Many Other Items. Mrs. Brown Is a well known Local and Indian* Artist This Auction includes above average Furniture «od c iiiany.!iM*ua)ltwTU.LuMh will to served: - • • : "TERMS: Cash Not I PUBLIC AUCTION Headlee general auction located in downtown Headlee. Ind. on highway 119. Sat. NightOct. 8,1977at7:OOPM Loads of merchandise of all kinds for this sale • new and used. Used furniture. Truck-load of produce DON'TMKSTHlSSALEt Not responsible for accidents Terms: Cash Auctioneer-Nulf FUBLIC AUCTION Located at 102 Pearl Street, Royal Center. Indiana, on: Saturday, Oct. 8, l»77 at 12:30 PM HOUSEHOLD GOODS: Sofa It chair; studio couch; 2 vinyl base rockers; vinyl recllner; occ. chair*; 2 swival rockers; 3 pcs. sectional w/2 tables; end tables; coffee table; maple corner shelf; portable B/W T.V.; console radio/record player; 3 DCS! blonde bedrm. suite; 2 bed-side tables; 2 chest of drawers; ft bed; metal closet; Hoover sweeper; .step stool; pictures; lamps; mirrors; clocks; commode; card table; 2 chrome breakfast tables w/chalrs; sm. elec. appliances; utility cab.;- refrlgerator; 30 gal. gas water heater; bedding; linens; lawn furniture: dishes; cooking utensils: and other misc. Items. AUTOMOBILE: 1967 Pontlac Catallna, a cyl,, 2 dr, H.T. w/alr cond. runs good, Terms: Cash Not responsible for accidents . or items after sold Property of the late FLOE.DODT CarlR. Jonnsonr'Auctloneer Galveston 69W756 PUBLIC AUCTION Its West Lliidan Avenu* In Logahiport, Ind, on: Saturday Oct. 8,1977at 12:00O'clock 2S" Phllco Color TV, }Uit«ervlced; Pr. Walnut Step Tables «nd 'Matching Coffee Table; 2 Pra of Umps, Other Lamps; 3 Pc., Older Sectional; Bookcase and Encyclopedias, Pr. End Tables; 3 pc, Bedroom Suite, modern BookcMle Headboard, dresser, lets mirror, cheat; 6x9 Area Rug; 4 Re. Browntone. Dinette Set, Nice; O.B. Refrigerator, freezer top;- Other Re/rtfierator; Imperial 30" Oas Stove, twe through oven, nice; 17 ft. Sears Chest Freezer; Maytag Automatic "Washer and Qas Dryer; Camel Back Trunk; Window Fan; new motor, other window fan; Commercial Vac; Several small wire cages; Other Mite. Items. TERMS-Cash Not Responsible for Accidents LUTHER L. HELVIE , -.. Gene Angle-Larry Aaron RoMnioneVKlngery Auctlorwers-ph.78S.rU«i ' .clerks PUBLIC AUCTION County Road 1SON, <5 miles N.E, of Logansport) or 3/10 mile West of Adamsboroon 1 ' Thursday, Oct. 13,1977 at 12:00 O'Gbek TBACTOB-TtlllCK; 1949-BN Ford Tractor, Runi Good; 1W9 i'4T. Chevrolet Truck: Tractor and Truck will aell aU2.30p.m. - MACHINIItY-MOWER-MISC.: Manure Spreader; 2 Wheel •Trailer, Title applied for: Running Gears tor,Wa*>n, u Mole Self feeder for Hogs; Hammer Mill; Stock Rack for older Pickup; 8 HP Riding Mower; Used Tires, Assi Sites, Good; Fence Stretchen; Electric Hedge Trimmers;-Self Propelled Mower; Push Mower; Several Foot of Chain; Several Welding Rods; Buck Saw; Used Wire Fena>; Small Tools; Other Misc. Items. H "••' j 2 Large Hand Painted Pictures In 10. Roomt for Ren) 3 bedrm. home «fl 1 «r« wWi nice view, sm. n*efc C awnt). clese *e town. I*, Dal. 2 twins, full* equip, ktt., full bsmt, «r|e with opener. 12x12 shet). Toteil elect. Cirpett throufhout. N* malm, flutters, down spouts t ewves. Plenty of storege tpete. Upper SM's.7*24IM. Neat 2 or S bedroom bungalow. Corner lot. gas heat, central air, vinyl siding, new roof, small oaraoe, cement patio, back deck, gas drill, Franklin stove. Near Falrvlew School. Inquire 518 Culbertson or phone 753-3753. Extra nice sleeping room. 712 E. Broadway. Sleeping room torrent. 753-5798. BEN HUR MOTEl-DININGROOM ANDIOUNGE U.S. 24 East Phon* 7J3-3188 SERVING BREAKFAST-IUNCH-OINNER * UVE ENTERTAINMENT NITEIY -V 11. Fvmltlttd Apartmsfits (One bedroom. 1120 month deposit. Phong 739-1067. plus j 3 room apartment. Adults. Mo pets. 753-25D8. The Finest Homemade Italian Foods located of: •owlmor Lan«t U.S. 24 East 753-9853 I Partially furnished f and 2 bedroom apartments. Phone 753-3706 before 2:»pm. - .. I Modern" one bedroom furnished apartment. Total electric. 704 Lafayette Drive, Loganspon. Call 317-4M-4725 lor appointment. | Nice lower furnished 3 rooms. Adults. 21Z7 Broadway. 73M813. "Carry Out" PIZZA 753-2861 Pizza Submarines lasagne Ravioli Spaghetti I Small bachelor efficiency. Adult only. deposit, references, utilliios furnished. 7SM097-. I Clean efficiency for one. In country, no pels. 732-1933, | 3 room apartment. Alt utilities furnished except lights. References. 12, UiifvrnifM Apartmmti DECKARD'S Restaurant 71$ Burlington Ave. 753-8213 Homeslyle Cooking Steaks - Breokfosl Anytime Perch Friday 'All You Can Eat" PRICES 13 room-upper. UliliKaa. alove and I refrigerator furnished. Deposit. Adults; fto pels. 7S1-SM7. For Sale by Owner S room house tecMaxJ et 1(10 Speor St. Completoly remeslel ed. 2 beMlrooins, corawfejd. now furnace «nej roof, oortlol b*se> merit. Must ••• to eppraxlot*. llt.SOO. If oppolnfment, S bedroom hows* lacatwl •» 2422 Ceerfo Jt. 2 full fcertu. large let—107xl*V 24x11 hawMd gorege, new lumece, central «lr. On W usoa) « double »r single. Priced t* sell, gyeepelntment. IRI 4ios.cieefin. mfMthif«s. «r«|r Ironterg*. un*d for busl- netss. Ittul f*r usexl cor lot, camper sain, ertc. Canli or eon- •r»tt. FAr fnrorfitflffoft totttBtt Dtofl or MollndoeitJff./IJ-MM. Hopper Se»» Homes Faater. Lot ua draw irou how «eay it la! Can HOPPER REALTY at 7SHM. or atop by ft tU Yortnown Bead.- 11 room apartment 2 bedrooms, partly lurnlahed. 753-03M. _ Newly remodeled 5 rooms. Heat, water, cable furnished. Phone 7536624. .For Sal* By Owner 16+ acre*. 4 miles Weal of Peru, blacktop road. Newer 3 bedroom ranch style home. Insulated with lull, dry basement, utility room. Thermo-pane windows ttvuout.' Newer «OrtO pole barn with 20*30 cemented workshop. Many extras." 0 *. 1-317-47MOM. HI 00 DISHES-REASONABLE ENJOY OUR GOOD FOOD Wt Abo Hovt Ordtri To Tak« Out 3081. MARKET PHONE 722-9815 IARVEST HOUI COFFEE SHOP LOCANSPORTMAU. Antique Frames; i Framed Etching; Other Aseorted Pictures;, Wrought Iran Table and 4 Chali* 1»W top;,,Corebtoatif>n High Chair and potty Chair, hand mate; Kraut Cutter; Lard P*ess; Btd Mirror,- Crack Jug; Several Pieces of Royal EngUrt Por- celiln; Green Fottorta Stemware; Ant; Wooden Tables;. Gent An|le-Larry Aaron-Jerry Weese AiMlaasVn,f>nonei-t»7SMttl • Oeria Aaroit •maeMaasHlvV ftanaeivw ^ ^aiea%^i^Bj«|iy fsanaaanr^ MR. HAPPY BURGER "togantpert'i Home-Owned Fast Food Service" —2 LOCATIONS— t: EeitgottrPlaio—West: U.S. 24 W. KOKOMO FITZ'S LOUNGE 'KOKOMO'S FABULOUS NIGHT CLUB 200* So, Plote-J*., Kokomo, In, OPEN 3p.m. • 3 p.m. — 6 Nights o,W«*k HOME OF THE MONTH •14K55BAYVI.TW- HONEYMOONCOnAGf 2 i*dr»emi. Pull loth and Laundry Are*, 10rg» Living Room t Fully lqulpp«d Kit- eh»n with Island Bar. Completely fur* nlthod. Skirting, Tie). Down*/ Se>t-Up and. 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