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If Your Apartment Is Vacant —Rent It With a Times Rental Ad —RI. 5551
VAST REVENUE j
FROM WHISKY
SALE FORESEEN
Federal Tax Income to
Swell 915 Millions a Year,
Is Prediction.
BY LEO R. SACK
Time* Stuff Writer
WASHINGTON, Nov. 30.—Fed
eral tax revenue of $915,00(3.000 a
year for the first four years follow
ing repeal of prohibition Is antic
ipated from whisky alone, if the
American thirst for hard liquor still
is as keen as it was in pre-prori
bition days.
This is based on estimated con
sumption of 150,000,000 gallons of
whisky annually, a supply which
will have to be furnished by foreign
nations until such time as American
distilleries can replenish their
empty warehouses.
Little Now on Hand
There now is less than 10,500,000
gallons of American rye and bour
bon In warehouses and in process of
manufacture.
These stocks can not be aug
mented until repeal Ls an accom
plished fact and before whisky can
be bonded for sale it must age at
least four years.
The import duty on whisky,
brandy and other spirits*is $5 a
gallon, which means a revenue pf
$750,000,000 annually oh import du
ties alone. This duty, however, may
be increased to reduce the federal
deficit further.
Champagne and other sparking
wines carry an import duty of $6 a
gallon. The import tax on still
wines is $1.25 a gallon.
Europe Wants Market
The tax on imported beer is $1
a gallon, but most Americans have
preferred made-in-American brands
which carried a $6 a barrel tax, ex
pected to produce $300,000,000 an
nually.
European wine, whisky and other
alcoholic beverage manufacturers
long barred from the American mar
ket, are watching developments w'ith
anxiety. Many already have es
tablished American agencies and
are preparing to make shipments.
There are indications, how'evere,
that congress will not admit unre
stricted foreign liquor imports with
out corresponding benefits for
American-made products. v
INTERESTING LIFE FOR
TWO TWINS, TOGETHER
Identical Careers Are Followed by
Pair of Detroit Men.
By United Press
DETROIT. Nov. 30— For forty
three years, William B. and Joseph
B. Sebastian, twins, have been do
ing interesting things together.
Born at Lynchburg, Tenn., they :
went to the same schools and en
listed in Company E. One hundred
nineteenth infantry, Thirtieth di-,
vision, in 1917.
They sailed for France on the J
same boat, were wounded in the
same battle and returned home on j
the same ship.
The war department decorated
them with the order of the Purple
heart for •‘military merit.” The
twins are automobile workers here.
RADIO CLUB OFFERS
CODE SCHOOL COURSE
Robert Caskey to Direct Amateur
Operators’ Instruction
Annual code school of the In
dianapolis Radio Club opens tonight
at the naval reserve headquarters
in the Cole building, 730 East Wash
ington street.
Robert Caskey will supervise in
struction in the International Morse
code and the fundamentals of radio
as applied to amateur operating
practices. The course is arranged
to provide sufficient instruction to
enable the student to pass the gov
ernment amateur operators’ and
station license requirements. Reg
istration and explanation of the
course will be given at tonight’s
meeting.
USE SHIP FOR FUEL
Unemployed to Burn Timber From
Stranded Schooner.
By United Press
NANTASKET BEACH, Mass.,
Nov. 30.—The huge, six-masted
schooner Nancy, beached here in a
blizzard six years ago, will keep
South Shore residents warm this
winter.
The American Legion Post of i
Quincy has agreed to wreck the j
stranded craft to provide firewood
for needy families.
FAST FIRE SERVICE
Fireman Whistles, Driver Stops;
Extinguisher Does Work.
By United Press
PACIFIC GROVE. Cal., Nov. 30.
Fireman Dan McAnaney whistled
at a fire as it rolled past the fire
station, grabbed a fire extinguisher
and had the blaze out before it
could do any damage. The fire was
burning the automobile driven by
Virgil McMillan, who stopped when
he heard McAnaney whistle.
CRACK SHOT ONE-EYED
Former Gob Wins First Vrize in
Skeet Shooting Contest.
By United Press
BOSTON, Nov. 30.—H. C. Carter,
who lost the sight of his j
right eye while in the navy, has
been awarded $3lB as first prize in
the Rational Sportsman skeet shoot •
ing championship, open to all Ca
nadian and American marksmen.
BROTHERS SHARPSHOOT
Three Are Members of Prize Team
of Coast Artillery Regiment.
By United Press
PROVIDENCE. R. 1., Nov. 30.
There are three brothers on the
sharpshooting team of Battery C of
the two hundred and forty-third,
coast artillery regiment, headquar
ters department. They are Cap
tain A. A. Moren, Sergeant George
Moren and Private Anthony ifcoren.
Radio Dial Twisters
—0:30 T. M
KYW (1020) Three string*.
Russo'* orchestra.
NBC—Jones and Hare to
WON 1720) —Tom. Dick and
Harry.
CBS-- The Norsemen to
WFBM.
—6:45 P. M.—
CBS -Angelo Patri.
NBC—The Goldbergs to
NBC Johnny Hart to WJZ.
ily. r
WSM (650 i— Pickard Family. I
—7 P. M.—
KYW (1020)—Lope* orches-l
tra; sketch.
CBS Jack Smith. Humming
Birds and orchestra.
NBC "Hie Shadow" to
WEAF
WJR i 750) Melody Lads.
NBC—Captain Diamond Ad
ventures to WJZ.
’•VMAQ 6701 —Mr. Twister;
news feature.
WSM (650) —Lasses and
Honey.
—7:15 P. M.—
CBS -Singin’ Sam
WBBM (770)—Band of Dis
tinction.
WLB 1870) —College In or
chestra.
WSM 1650) —Chandu; Vaga
bonds.
—7:80 P. M
KYW (1020) Melody Lane;
Chandu.
CBS—Kate Smith.
NBC—lrene Taylor, blues to
WEAF.
NBC—Gypsy program to
WJZ.
WMAQ (670)—Kassel’s or
chestra.
—7:45 P. M.—
CBS - Smith Brothers.
WBBM (770) —Funfest; Four
Norsemen.
WDAF (610)—Tarzan.
NBC—Jack Denny’s orches
tra; Evan Evans to WEAF
NBC—Charlie Hamp to WJZ.
—8 P. M—
CBS—Lombardo's orchestra;
Burns and Allen.
NBC—Symphony concert to!
WEAF. i
NBC —Sherlock Holmes to
WJZ.
WMAQ (670) —Lopez orches-i
tra; RKO Artists. 1
Fishing the
Air
The well-known comedy team of Willie
and Eugene Howard, again will join with
Ward Wilson to furnish patter during the
Royal Vagabonds program Wednesday, at
6:15 p. m.. over WENR and an NBC net
work.
A romantic song hit of three years or.
so ago will be featured on Singin’ Sam’s
WFBM and Columbia program at 7:15
p. m., Wednesday, when he sings "Sweet
heart of All My Dreams.”
Trade and Mark, the musical comedians
otherwise known as Scrappy Lambert and
Billy Hillpot, will mix comedy and senti
ment during their program to be broad
cast over WFBM and the Columbia chain
Wednesday, from 7:45 to 8 p. m.
HIGH SPOTS OF WEDNESDAY
NIGHT'S TROGRAM
6:IS—NBC (WJZi—The Royal Vaga
bonds-Willie and Eugene
Howard.
7:4S—NBC (WEAFi—Whitman pro
gram-jack Denny’s orchestra.
8:00 —Columbia—Guy Lombardo and
orchestra-Burns and Allen.
NBC (WJZ)—Sherlock Holmes
Adventures.
NBC (WEAF)—Special sym
phonic concert director Erno
Rapee.
8:30 —Columbia—Crime Club drama
"The Cannon Kill.”
9:oo—Columbia—Shilkret’s orchestra
and Ruth Etting.
NBC (WEAF)—Corn Cob Pipe
Club of Virginia.
9:3O—NBC (WEAF) NBC-Artists
Service.
11:00—NBC (WJZ)—Cab Calloway
and orchestra.
The mystery-loving audience of the Ad
ventures of Sherlock Holmes will meet the
detective’s right hand "man.” the dog
Tony, during the broadcast Wednesday at
8 p. m., over WLW and an NBC network.
A race against time and the first
snowstorm of the year forms the climax
of the Friendship Town program
Wednesday at 8:30 p. m., over WLW and
an NBC network.
Ruth Etting will turn from her "blues”
to Stephen Foster’s humble American folk
tune. "Old Folks at Home.” when she ap
pears with Nat Shilkret's orchestra in the
broadcast of "Music That Satisfies,” over
WFBM and the Columbia network Wednes
day at 9 p. m.
One of the Tobacco Boys' best spirituals.
"Standin’ in the Need o’ Prayer.” will be
repeated during the Corn Cob Pipe Club
program Wednesday at 9 p. m., over WENR
and an NBC network.
Otis Skinner, veteran actor, will head
the all-star cast of players who will pay
tribute to the celebrated American au
thor and humorist, Mark Twain, on the
ninety-seventli anniversary of his birth,
Wednesday, at 9:30 p. m.. over WENR
and an NBC network.
A sharp contrast in English and Russian
folk tunes will be emphasized during the
concert by the Columbia symphony orches
tra. directed by Howard Barlow, to be
broadcast over WFBM and tho Columbia
chain Wednesday from 10 to 10:15 p. m.
In the Air
Weather conditions at 9 a. m.:
Southeast wind. 5 miles an hour;
temperature. 35; barometric pres
sure, 30.20 at sea level; ceiling,
clear, smoky, unlimited; visibility,
4 miles; field, good.
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WEDNESDAY
, —6:3* P. M.—
KYW (1020)—Carl Moore’s
orchestra.
CBS—Crime Club.
WBBM (770)—Gertrude Lutzl
and orchestra.
NBC—The Pridgets to WEAF
NBC —Friendship Town to
WJZ.
WSM (650i—WSM Players.
P. M
b B S—Ruth Ettlng & Shil
kret’s orchestra.
NBC Country Doctor to
WJZ.
iWSM (650) Dance orches
tra.
—9:15 P. M.—
KDKA (9801—Bridge School
"BB—Easy Aces.
jNßC—Andy Sannella to
WMAQ (6701—Feature.
—9:30 P. M.—
CBS—Jov C. Flippen-cies.
WBBM (770)—Russell's or
chestra. '
NBC—Artists Service to
WEAF
WGN i720) —Headlines.
NBC—Hill Billies to WJZ.
—9:45 P. M.—
KDKA (980)—Bradley Kin
caid.
KYW (1020)—Mark Fisher s
orchestra.
CBS—Colonel Stoopnagle and
Budd.
WGN (720i—Melody hour.
CBS—Myrt and Marge.
NBC —Mildred Bailey to
I WJZ.
—m p. m.—
KDKA (980)—Sports; news;
i songs.
iKYW (1020)—Sports; news;
I Don Pedro's orchestra.
(CBS—Barlow and Columbia
I symphony.
;NBC—Nellie Revell to WEAF
WGN (720)—Around the
! World; Dream Ship.
|NBC —Pickens Sisters to
t WJZ.
: W.JR (750) —"In Shadow
land/’
NBC—Amos ’n’ Andy to
I WMAQ. WENR.
—10:15 P. M.—
; NBC—Three Keys to WEAF.
NBC—Sodero and concert
orchestra to WJZ.
; WMAQ (670) —Dan and Syl
-1 via.
WFBM (1200) Indianapolis
(Indianapolis Power and Light Company)
WEDNESDAY
P. M.
s:3o—Skippy (CBS).
s:4s—Tarzan of the Apes.
6:00 —Hawaiian Melodies.
6:ls—Civic Speaker.
6:2o—Husk O'Hare orchestra (CBS).
6:3o—Santa Claus.
6:45—A1 Feeney sports talk.
7:00 —Fireside Fantasies (CBS).
7:ls—Singin’ Sam (CBS).
7:3o—Kate Smith (CBS).
7:4s—Smith Brothers (CBS).
B:oo—Guy Lombardo with Burns and
Allen (CBS).
B:3o—Funfest.
B:4s—Nut Farm.
9:oo—Music That Satisfies (CBS).
9:ls—Easy Aces (CBS).
9:3o—Jay C. Flippen-cies.
9:4s—Myrt and Marge (CBS).
10:00—Columbia symphony iCBSi.
10:15—Lyric ballroom orchestra.
10:30—The Columnist.
10:45—Isham Jones orchestra (CBS).
11:00—Atop the Indiana Roof, Morrey
Brennan's orchestra.
11:30—Harold Stern orchestra (CBS).
11:45 —Club Orientale orchestra.
12:00 Midnight—Sign off.
\ ————
WKBF (1400) Indianapolis
(Indianapolis Broadcasting. Inc.)
WEDNESDAY
P. M.
4:00—Ho-Po-Ne Club.
4:3o—Vesper organlogue.
4:4s—News flashes.
s:oo—Santa Claus.
s:ls—Jimmy Boyer.
s:3o—Uncle Connie and Aunt Dessa.
s:4s—Dinner melodies.
5:50 —Indianapolis Community Fund.
5:55 —Lost and Found by The Indianapo
lis Times.
6:oo—Dinner dances.
6:2s—Marion County T. B. Association,
6:3o—Variety hour.
6:4s—Sport’s Spotlight.
7:oo—Vaughn Cornish.'
7:15 —Harry Bason.
7:3o—Connie’s orchestra.
7:4s—Alice Arnold.
B:oo—Charles Frederick Lindsley.
B:ls—Marott orchestra.
8:30—Mood Indigo.
9:oo—Lunstic hour.
9:3o—Jennie Moore.
9:4s—Harry Bason.
10:00—C. H. Erickson.
10:30—Orchestra.
11:00—Sign off.
WLW (700) Cincinnati
—WEDNESDAY—
P. M.
4:oo—Mike and Herman.
4:ls—Desert drama.
4:3o—Children’s program (NBC).
4:4s—Beachcombers.
s:oo—Oklahoma Bob Albright.
5:15—01d Man Sunshine (Ford Rush).
5:30—80b Newhall.
s:4s—Lowell Thomas (NBC).
6:oo—Amos ’n’ Andy (NBC).
6:ls—Gene & Glenn.
6:3o—"Chandu,” the Magician.
6:4s—Detectives Black and Blue.
7:00 —Sunsweet Melodies.
7:ls—Dance orchestra.
7:3o—Lloyd Shaffer's orchestra.
7:4s—Smilin' Ed McConnell.
B:oo—Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
(NBC).
B:3o—Alice Remsen and orchestra.
B:4s—Gaslite Gems.
9:oo—Zero Hour.
9:30 —Rhythm Club with ‘Fats’ Waller.
10:00—WLW Fanfares.
10:30—Henry Thies dance orchestra.
11:00—Moon River.
11:30—Gus Arnheim’s dance orchestra.
12:00—Sign off.
4NHOU6CEMENTS
1 Death Notices
K 5J ,rP ' C.—Age 88 years, father of
Charles Kruno, grandfather of Cecelia
Zenaro. Ruth and Josephine Krupp. and
Ada Geenough. Passed away at the resi
dence 1127 Fairfield Ave., Nov. 30.
Funeral Friday. Dec. 2nd. from FINN
BROS. FUNERAL HOME. 1639 N. Me
ridian at. 8:15 A. M. Services at St
Joan of Arc. 9A. M. Burial St. Joseph's
cemetery. Friends invited.
MAHONEY, DANIEL H.—Beloved husbann
of Mrs. Minnie White Mahonev father
of Mrs. Ethel Lechner. Mrs. Ruth Al
bert. the late Mrs. Gertrude Bums. Wil
liam J. Mahoney, brother of M. M. Ma
honey and the late John H. Mahoney,
died at the residence. 930 N. Ritter Ave..
Tuesday. Funeral Friday. 8:30, at h.s
home. 9 a. m. Our Lady of Lourdes
church. Burial Holv Cross cemeterv.
Friends invited, KIRBY-PINN SERVICE.
POHL. BETTY—Age 9 years. Monday. 5
p. m., daughter of Florian Pohl. Funeral
from home of uncle and aunt. Mr. and
Mrs. George Cheezum, 1302 Finley Ave.,
Thursday. 8:30 a. m.; St. Catharine's
church. 9a. m. Burial St. Joseph ceme
tery.
RESENER. CAROLINE (Carrie Louise)—
Beloved sister of Mrs. Emma Griffith
of Scotch Plains. New Jersey. Passed
away Tuesday. Funeral Thursday. 2
D. m. at KIRBY-DINN MORTUARY. 1901
N. Meridian. Friends invited.
SCOTT. MARION L.—Beloved husband of
Mildred Scott and father of Mrs. Marie
Ingle, denarted this life Monday. Nov
28. age 62 years. Friends may call at the
residence. 2635 Station St., until noon
Thursday. Funeral Thursday. Dec. 1 at
the Masonic temple. Roosevelt and
Adams Sts.. 2 p. m. Burial Crown Hili
cemeterv. Friends invited. Funeral un
der direction of MOORE & KIRK. (Ko
komo (Ind.) and Cincinnati papers please
conv.l
SNAPP. MELVINA H.—Passed awav Novem
ber 30th. Funeral notice later. For
further information. Friends mav call
LITTIE A- SONS. HA-2222
WEMMER. CARRIE—Age 64. beloved
mother of Mrs. Lillian Harrington.
George Jacob and Theodore Wemmer.
sister of Mrs. Phellenbeana Schepper.
Mrs. Lena Miller. Jacob and John
Schmidt, passed awav Tuesday noon
Funeral Friday. 2 p. m. at residence of
daughter. 2237 S. Meridian St. Burial
Crown Hill. Friends invited. Friends
mav call after 2 p. m Wednesday. G.
H. HERRMANN IN CHARGE.
3 Funeral Directors, Florists
W. D. BEANBLOSSOM
1321 W. Ray
BE. 1588
W. T. BLASENGYM
Main office. 2226 Bhelbv St.
Branch office. 1634 W Morris.
Dr. 2570.
GRINSTEINER’S
522 E. Market
RI. 5374
HISEY & TITUS
957 N. Delaware
LI. 3828
J. C. WILSON
1280 Prospect Dr 6321 -0322
~Funeral Home
Johnson & Montgomery
1622 N. Meridian. HA-1444.
—16:15 P. M.—
WSM (650i—Sports.
WTMJ (620)—Dance pro
gram.
—10:3(1 P. M.—
KDKA (980i—Joy’s orches
tra.
KYW (1020)—Canton or
chestra.
jCßS—lsham Jones and or
j chestra.
WDAF 1610) —Dance pro
! gram.
WGN (720)—Wayne King’s
orchestra.
WMAQ )670)—Dance pro
gram.
—10:50 P. M
WGN 17201—Cummin's or
chestra.
—II P. M.—
KDKA (980) —Salt and Pea
nuts.
KYW Uo2o)—Carl Moore's
orchestra.
CBS— Redman's orchestra.
NBC Dream Singer to
WEAF.
WJR (750)-tGraystone or
chestra.
NBC—Calloway's orchestra
to WJZ
—11:05 P. M.—
NBC—Kahn's orchestra to
WEAF.
—11:10 P. M.
WGN (720)—Wayne King's
orchestra.
—11:15 P. M.—
KYW 110201—Don Pedro's
orchestra.
—11:20 P. M.—
WGN (7201—McCoy’s and
Kemps' orchestra.
—11:30 P. M.—
iCßS—Belasco’s orchestra.
NBC—Fisher's orchestra to
j WEAF.
NBC—Ted Weem's orchestra
I to WJZ.
—l2 P. M.—
| KYW (1020)—Canton or
chestra.
WBBM (770)—Around the
j Town.
! WENR (870) —Hines’ orches-
I tra.
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ANNOUNCEMENTS
4 Lost and Found
LOST AND FOUND ADS a**eariwg
here cash day are broadcast at 6 p.
m. over station WKBF at no additional
charge to the advertiser. Tune In on
WKBF at 6 eaeb evening and listen to
lost and found announcements.
BEAGLE HOUND—SmaII, white, male:
black, brown; vicinity Raymond and
White river. Missing since November
22nd. Reward. DR-1318-R.
BOSTON—Cotton tail bull, female; an
swers name "Patty Lou;" lost Thanks
givirgs day. Mass. Ave. and North St.
Liberal reward. RI-5776 _
GLASSES—BIack case: Saturday p. m.. be
tween Indiana theater and Senate Ave.
Reward. HU-6288.
GLASSES—ChiId's shell rim: November
28th: 46th St. or College. Reward, HU
... 5453.
HORSESHOE PlN—Containing numerous
small diamonds, set in gold. Tuesday
near Propvlaeum or 2902 N. Meridian.
Reward. HA-2848.
HOUND —White and tan female. Reward.
640 Parker AVe.. or CH-0214.
HOUND—Little brown. 3 white feet, white ,
breast, strayed from Speedway City. Call ,
BE-3447, or RI-6006. Reward. 1
POLICE DOG—Young brown male, name
Major," from 1635 Leonard. DR-1315.
SETTER DOG —Black and white, lost; one
black ear and ere. Liberal reward. 520
Sutherland Apt. 3. HE-3898
STRAYED from 59th and College Sunday
Red. Irish terrier. Rust red .bristlv coat.
White spot on breast. Tail clipped.
Answers name “Rue," Reward. HU-8803.
5 Personals
FALSE TEETH—Broken plates repaired.
Teeth replaced. Called, deliv. free. Save
money. Carpenter Dental Lab.. 417 Vir
ginia. DR-5967.
LEAGUE for Blind wants in touch with !
young man who was night watchman at I
14th and Meridian and Fountain So. in
summer of 1927. No others apply. MOR
_ RIS FIELD. LI-2995.
NURSE—4 years experience: very reason
able, HA-0519. '
6 Transportation
INSURED AND BONDED BUS TRANS.
Nashville, $6: Chattanooga,
$8; Atlanta. $10; Jackson
aville. sls; Miami,' $25:
Tampa. s2l. Lower week
end return trip rates. Wal
ton-Travel Bureau. 439 In-
diana Ave. RI-4000. United
Bus Depot, 217 S. Illinois St.
NEW YORK or Philadelphia. sl2; Wash
ington or Baltimore. $10.50; Pittsburg, $6;
St. Louis. $3.60. Buses dailv.
MODERN TRAVELER’S BUREAU
Brevort Hotel. RI-2188_
v BUSINESS SERVICE
7 Business Services
BAND and orchestra Instrument repairing:
expert, euar. work. PEARSON PIANO
CO 128 N Penn. LI 5513
BUSINESS CARDS—SOO: 75c. Other print
ting reasonable. 213 W. Vermont St.
CHAIRS made new by rebottoming In cane,
hickory or reed. Call Board of Industrial
Aid for Blind. HA-0583.
DOLL & MEHRING—Motor specialists:
brake experts, fender, body, repairing.
/ 2409 N. Illinois St. TA-5691.
HOUSE CLEANERS-Maids, all kinds of
domestic assistance. Flanner House. RI
-7504.
OIL BURNER SERVICE—SI per call.
Services all makes, 24-hour service, 10
years, experience. WA-3065.
REPAIR! your typewriter. Any make! New
ribbon, new cylinder oil and minor ad-
Justments, $2.95. JUDD, 142 N. Mer,
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FIREPROOF STORAGE
Store now. pay six months iater, free
ht.ullng to storage. Moving $4 per load
ar.d up.
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FURNITURE- TRUCK PADS
Special sale on all sizes, at lowest prices.
Liberal discount on quantities.
Hoosier Tarpaulin Cos.
LOCAL, overland hauling, packing, ship
olng. RI-6561 -3628: eves.. CH-0699-W.
MOVING IS CHEAPER THAN EVER BE
FORE. EXPERIENCED CARE FU L.
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MOVING $2 UP. LOCAL. OVERLAND,
EQUIP. COVERED TRUCKS; WHITE
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10 Schools, Colleges, Tutoring
SHORT METHOD—Banjo, guitar by Keith
vaudeville and radio artist: instruments.
229 N. Penn, over WFBM. LI-7888.
SPECIAL OFFER OF TEN piano lessons
at 50c a lesson. Experienced instructors.
IR-0956.
WANTED—Names men-women. 18-50. wish
ing steady post-depression government
jobs. Start $lO5-$l5B month. Common
education sufficient. Full particulars
and sample coaching—FßEE. Apply to
day sure. Times. Box 1053-H.
3 HELP WANTED
13 Help Wanted—Male
COUPON SALESMAN—3I W. Ohio. Suite
201.
DAIRY HAND—Experienced, single, white.
S2O month. Board room. i mile east of
old Augusta. GEORGE WRIGHT.
MEN and boys to hunt and trap furs. Mr.
Free will buy them every day at Em-
Roe's. 209 W. Wash. St.
MEN wanted to establish and conduct
Rawleigh city business in and near
cities of Indianapolis, Franklin. Dan
ville and Lebanon. Reliable hustler can
start earning $35 weekly and increase
rapidly Write immediately. RAWLEIGH
CO.. Dept. IN-38-V, Freeport. Illinois.
SALESMAN WANTED—One who is now
calling on retail grocery trade and in
position to add another line. Commis
sion basis. Must have own car. Address
Box 244, GThe Times.
15 Wanted—Male or Female
EXCEPTIONAL opportunity for man or
woman who can invest SSOO to SI,OOO in
business which will return investment
immediately. Do not mistake this for
a fly by night proposition You handle
your own money. Investigate this iron
clad offer. Will stand strictest investi
gation. Box A-237 Times.
16 Situations Wanted
GENTLEMAN—Refiined. educated, agree
able. companion, would work lor his
board. Times Box A 245.
RELIABLE housekeeper; reasonable wages.
Good references. 836 River Ave.
RENTALS
17 Furnished Rooms
$2; 917 ERDISON—CIean, modern, meals
optional: close in. College car. RI-8994.
$2. *3 for 2. 527 E. 12th; Central car,
pleasant, modern, private, hot water.
RI-7108.
$4.50 FOR 2; LOVELY LARGE FRONT:
WIN BEDS: STEAM HEAT; WIDOW'S
HOME. HE-1494,
ALABAMA, N., 920
Seminole hotel, large rooms, modern
comforts. $3.50: $4.50 week, single. Spa
cious lobby. LI-1496.
BROADWAY. 1415—WARM FRONT ROOM;
1 OR 2 PEOPLE; REASONABLE
CENTRAL. 1960—Nice, cheerful, room, good
heat, modern. $3.50 single. $4 double. HA
-3513-M.
CENTRAL COURT—Lovely room in private
home; meals optional: gentleman pre
ferred. WA-1098.
ILLINOIS. N.. 1726—Large, front, splendid
heat. Beauty Rest mattress, nicely fur
nished. Private. ;
NEW JERSEY N. 1244—Desirable, light,
front room; near bath, city heat, priv
ileges.
NEW JERSEY, 617 N.. APT. I—Private
family; no other roomers, gentleman
preferred. LI-1992.
OHIO. E.. 405—Close in. good, clean beds.
Isc a night; tub, showers.
ORIENTAL. N„ 20—Nice clean rooms,
everything furnished: good heat; priv
ate entrance: reasonable.
PARK. 2228 —Nicely furnished front room,
adjoining bath, all conveniences; $3.
HE-5004,
PARK. 2066—Choice warm front room";
adjoins bath; real home for 2, HE-5483.
PENNSYLVANIA. N.. 1347—Nice warm
room: beautifully furnished; suitable for
2; pleasant home. LI-8857.
RUCKLE. 3151—Cozy steam heated room,
shower, private home, garage, reason
able. HA-1688-M.
NICE clean beds; steam heat, 25c night.
NEW PALACE HOTEL. 4 N. New Jejgey,
ROOMS—2Sc-50c dav. weekly $1.50 to $2.50:
steam, shower. CRAIG HOTEL. 328 E.
Washington St.
Colonial Hotpl Every con., free
to appreciate. $4 up. 236 N. Illinois.
HOTEL ANTLERS
Id Housekeeping Rooms
$4 UP-NINTH E.. 616—1. 2 or "3 rooms
completely furnished; kitchenette; bath,
large closets. LI-2788.
ASHLAND. 1558—1 room, kitchen and bath!
everything furnished modern, private
entrance. Reasonable.
BEVILLE. N.. 829—1-ROOM FURNISHED
FOR HOUSEKEEPING. SINK. NEXT TO
BATH. CH-0313-R.
BEVILLE. N., 433—2 modern rooms: splen
did heat; everything furnished; near
car line. CH-0314.
COLLEGE.* 1336—2 front rooms, everything
furnished; sink, hot water; private en
trance, LI-8013.
DICKSON. 115 —2 rooms, modern. tlO
month; 2 furnished rooms. sl2 month.
ILLINOIS. N.. 2019—2-room apartment; ev
erything furnished sink, $4 week. Private
entrance. TA-5042.
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RENTALS
18 Housekeeping Rooms
ILLINOIS, N., 3471—3 furnished rooms;
private bath and entrance; good heat; $7
week, TA-5853.
MARKET, e". 1536—3 attractive rooms,
completely furnished; hardwood floors, $5
week. RI-2895.
OHIO. E.. 540—2 large rooms, sink, one
single room. Cheap rent.
ST. JOE. E., 227—Clean, warm, rooms,
reasonable for desirable people; park-
Ing; close in.
SOUTHEASTERN. 1523—2-room modern
apartment; downstairs; beautifully fur
nished; steam heat; private entrance;
laundry; phone: garage; reduced.
WASHINGTON. E.. 1133—Unfurnished or
furnished: modern, sink, running water.
Private entrance.
WOODRUFF, 892 M. DR.—2 connecting
rooms, completely furnished, sink, in-
a-door bed; close bath. CH-4249.
10TH, W. 3736—2 large clean rooms, up or
down; furnished. private entrance,
southern exposure; reasonable; garage.
31ST, W., 1051 —Housekeeping or sleeping
rooms, near car or bus line.
19 Rooms with Board
$4.50 EACH for 2; good meals: nice room.
near bath; prlvate home. HA-2324-J.
MICHIGAN. E.. 2437—Nicely furnished
rooms, board optional, modern. CH
-7740-J
NEW JERSEY. N.. 2217—Attractive, warm,
front room; all conveniences; hot water;
good meals; Central car. TA-4706.
OXFORD. N., 540—Warm, next bath; mod
ern, private, good meals, gentleman; ga
rage. OH-3966.
PARK. 833—Real home, walking distance;
choice rooms. 3 good meals. $5. RI-9930.
TALBOT, N„ 2144—Board, room, for 2;
steam heat, hardwood floors, company
privileges. HA-3908-J.
13TH. E.. 317—Lovely front room, private;
suitable for two. RI-8102.
21 Unfurnished Apartments
DELAWARE, N. 811—4 rooms, bath,
strictly modern, reduced $25. LI-1800.
MADISON 1025—Best eauinped apartment
south, domestic science kitchen; Frigid
aire.
MICHIGAN. E.. 2238—5 rooms, bath, heat
and water furnished; $25. CH-2050.
RUCKLE. 3055—5-room modern, heat, water
furnished; i*o. JOHN R. WELCH, LI
-3423. .
WASH.. E., 5018—5 rooms, year around,
modern apartment, good heat and garage
free.
11TH, W. 42—Nicely decorated kitchenette
apartment; water, gas. heat and ice fur
nished; $22. Call Apt. No. 1. THE GRANT
Downtown
2,4, 5-room apartments, newly deco
rated. every modern convenience. 522 N.
New Jersey. RI-7933.
S2S—DOWNTOWN—S4S
2, 4. 5-room apartments, newly deco
rated .every modern convenience. 522 N.
New Jersey. RI-7934.
Indianapolis Rental Agency
We furnish free transportation to in
spect furnished and unfurnished apts..
day or nite. No obligations. LI-5452.
Evenings or Sunday. TA-1064 or WA-0433
22 Unfurnished Houses
West Side Bargains
814 Goodlet, 4 rm. dbl... $8
3116 W. St. Clair, 4 rms. .$8
712 S. West, 2 rms $6
728 W. 27th, 4 rms $5
924 N. Lynn, 4 rms $5
Call us for complete list.
LI. 7491.
Gregory & Appel, Inc.
$10 —COFFEY, 812—5 rooms; inside toilet:
redecorated; water paid, RI-7966.
$14 —EWING, 1123—4 rooms good paper
easily heated, garage. CH-7097.
$15 —RUCKLE, 1921; 5-room single; semi
modern; good condition; garage.
sls; SMALL semi-modern double; garage,
water, gas range, heatrola and inside
toilet. 2051 N. La Salle. LI-5231.
sl6; 26TH. W.. 1273—5-room modern dou
ble. garage, water paid. WA-2444.
$18 —HIGH ST., 1022—8 rooms modern,
garage; water paid. TA-1128.
SIB—CHARLES ST.. 1448—E. of S. Merid
ian; 5-room modern double; water paid.
IR-6207.
$20 —Whittier PI., 58, Irvington; 5 rooms,
modern; garage; water paid. RI-1533.
S2O—BROOKVILLE. N., 64—Modern, 4
rooms, water paid, garage. IR-1088
RI-6040.
S2O.SO—LA SALLE, N.. 915—Modern, 5
rooms, good furnace, garage, water paid.
HU-7659,
$22.50 —LINWOOD, 713—4-room modern
double, garage, water paid, adults. CH
-0088.
$23.50 —GRACELAND, 3012—5 rooms, mod
ern; garage; water paid; month free. LI
-8121.
ADAMS ST.. 2859—New bungalow, 5 rooms,
modern, garage; $25. RI-1533.
BYRAM AVE.. 4014—4-room double bunga
low; $25; water paid. Owner. HU-5550.
COLLEGGE AVE.. 1226—-5-room modern
cottage, priced right. DR-0116. 1234
Cottage Ave. *
COLORADO, S.> 22—6 rooms, furnished,
breakfast nook. G. E. refrigerator;
garagft, $35, IR-2767.
COTTAGE, 1535—5 rooms, semi-modern;
water paid; gas. electricity; A-l condi
tion. Reduced. HU-4368. DR-3564-R.
JEFFERSON. N.. 1529—4 rooms, modern
bungalow double, new hardwood linoleum,
sun parlor, garage. Reduced rent. CH
-0116-M.
MICHIGAN. W.. 3507—4-room modern, bun
galow. easily heated, garage. WA-2543-rt
NEW JERSEY, N., 610—Very desirable 7-
room modern; newly decorated; reduced
to $lB. Key at 609 Ogden. TA-4675.
OAKLAND. N.. 820 —5-room modern dou
ble. $25; water paid. Owner. HU-5550
oCIYE. 945—4-room bungalow, bath.
garage. A-l condition: sl2. DR-5674-J ._
PENNSYLVANIA. S.. 2272—5 rooms, bath;
no furnace; garage; water paid; $lB.
DR-6329-M.
2035 N. PENNSYLVANIA ST S4O-*62 50
111 E. 16th St S4O-847. jQ
RAWLES. 6029—4-room semi-modern single.
full basement, furnace. sls. IR-3501.
RURAL. N.. 621—6 rooms, modern, re
decorated. good furnace, garage. St.
Philips. IR-6641.
SHELBY, 1402—Single. 7 rooms, semi-mod
ern. Fountain Souare: $lB. DR-5674-J.
SINGLETON. 2109—4-rooms, bath, clean,
sl6: water paid. DR-3509-M.
WASHINGTON. E 4120—5-room modern.
A-l. garage. $25. water paid. IR-5220.
RI-7236,
WASHINGTON BLVD.. 2828—5 rooms.
easily heated garage. HA-1240-R.
12TH. E.. 2036—5 rooms, bath, furnace.
garage, water paid: s2l.
MOVE NOW START RENT DEC. 10TH
3838 Fletcher. 6 rms.. mod., except
furnace. 0n1v(H17.50. HOOSIER FCND
ING CORP. LI-7890, HP-6124.
COLORED—Lexington. 2124; 5 rooms, nice
fireplace, sink, toilet, water paid; sl2,
23 Furnished Apts, and Houses
SB—TACOMA. N.. 11—3 rooms, private
bath, porches, overstuffed; heat; adults.
Cherry 6605.
BYRAM. 3834—Cozily furnished apartment
or 4-room unfurnished double. WA
-1206.
DE QUINCY ST.. 427—First floor. 3-room
private apartment, utilities. Reasonable.
IR-3243.
NEW YORK, 1003 W.—s rms., gar., *4.50
wk. New York. W„ 1626 —5 rms.. over
stuffed gar.: $5 wk : wa. pd. 1310 Belle
taine; 5 rms.: pri. bath.; util. RI-7725.
VILLA AVE.. 333—Attractive cottage: A
rooms and bath: garage: <2l, DR-5145.
24 Suburban and Farms
♦ 100 S. NEAR MADISON AVE—4-room
houae: electricity, gaa; >lO. DR-2217.
25 Business, Office and Desk Space
RELIABLE party share office space down
town location; rental reasonable. RI-2555
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE^
27-a Real Ettate Auctions
TOM VINNEDGE. Indiana’s leading Real
- Estntf Auctioneer. 2048 Central, TA-2992.
29 Lots, Farms and Acreage
NEAR WESTPORT—7O acres; 20 good
timber. 50 tillable; good 6-room house,
coop for 400 chickens; several large
fruit trees; good fences; stone pike;
mail route: school and high school bus.
Price $1,500, SSOO cash: balance E-Z,
terms. Bert Wilhelm, 2106 S. Emerson
IR-4297,
32 Wanted to Sell or Rent
FOR SALE OR RENT
BEAUTY SHOP—IMt. Jackson) Good
business. BE-3019.
MERCHANDISE
34 Miscellaneous For Sale
BOTTLES —Reduced prices, we deliver.
West End Bottle Cos., 534 W. Pearl St.
_JLI-8085.
DAY BED. oil stove, piano, rockers, chairs,
typewriter, check protector, elect, motor.
806 Virginia.
ELECTRIC TRAlN—Lionel! cost S6O- good
condition, make offer. 5242 College.
ELECTRIC deep well pump and equipment.
BE-0810.
(TT USED 625 feet. (1) 1.800 feet Ideal
steam boilers. New and used radiators,
various *5-izes: new and used plumbing
fixtures. 810 N. 111. St. LI-8888.
POOL TABLE—Like new fully equipped,
private home, 2710 Allen Ave. ’
WATER-PROOF TRUCK COVERS
And all sizes of canvas covering in stock.
No waiting. Lowest prices.
Hoosier Tarpaulin Cos.
34-A Farm, Garden, Plants, Flowers
AUCTION
The following merchandise will be sold
at public auction by the C. C. C. & St. L.
R. R. (N. Y. C. R. R. Lessee) in their
Freight Claim Warehouse, corner Capitol
Avenue & South street. Indianapolis, Ind
Friday Dec. 2, 1932 at 9:30 a. m.
Gas & Coal heating stoves; roof cement;
paints & oils, furniture, sinks, linoleum,
animal <fc poultry feed, air separators &
filters, candy, auto parts, enameled kitchen
ware, calcium arsenate, borax. Gelatine
Sauer Kraut, rugs and many other ar
ticles too numerous to mention. INSPEC
TION ALL DAY THURSDAY DEC. 1, 1932
8 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
J. K. VANCE. F. C. A.
35 Household Goods
GOOD USED FURNITURE
• STOVES. RUGS
AT GIVE-AWAY PRICES
3-Pc. Bedrin. Suite, Wa1.,.#17.75
Chifforobe 558.75
9x12 Rugs .84.95
Small Rugs 394*
Mattresses *1.25 I
High Chair 98C
Smoking Stand 69^
Floor and Bridge Lamps !)5C
Utility Cabinets *2.95
S-Pc. Dining Room Suite, *11.75
Day Bed and Pad *7.25
Gas Range *5.95
Gateleg Table *5.95
Household Warehouse
440-4 SO S. Illinois St.
A REAL BARGAIN
Four piece bedroom suit. Genuine wal
nut veneered. Dust proof interiors, bed,
vanity, chest and bench. Worth $79.50.
Our special price $39.50; terms. Hub
Furniture Cos., 414-418 E. Wash.
BARGAINS in preowned washers! Maytag
$25; Paramount. $49.50; A. M. C., $59.50;
Special Terms. Ayres, seventh floor.
CHEST—Dav bed: bed. spring, mattress,
bridge lamp, mirror, etc. Must sell to
dav. HE-1642.
CLOSING OUT sale ot many high-grades
of Ice Boxes. POLAR ICE AND FUEL.
2000 Northwestern. TA-0689.
ELECTRIC? RANGE—Electric table ~stove!
electric beater; buffet, library table.
CH-5174-R,
FURNITURE—Stoves, rugs, refrigerators,
new, used, cash, credit. Barret. 868 Va.
HEATROLA—New; 45 inches high; only
sls. 1624 Yandes St.
„ x INVALID CHAIRS
Crutches for sale or rent: good chairs.
$2.50 per month, delivered free. Crutches.
25c per mo.
BAKER BROS. 219 E WASHINGTON.
LIVING-ROOM SUlTE—Beautiful taupe!
$18.50: (3) 9x12 velvet rugs, $5, $6, SB.
HA-3958-J.
SUlTE—Breakfast, $5: overstuffed. S2O; 7-
tube Atwater Kent $17.50: bed and
springs $2; Gas stove $2.50; Set of dishes
$2.50; 318 N. Denny.
TABLE—Long Mahogany $5 (cost *109)
Victrola. records SS—HU-2830.
WASHERS—Electric, modern types, $12.50
up. Dealer 3021 N. New Jersey.
New Washers. $29.95 and un.
Used Washers. $lO and up.
Service on all machines.
Easy
32 N. Dela. Thor Shop. LI-5356
SELL. RENT OR BUY REAL ESTATE
through classified ads in The Times
Phone ‘'ad-taker” Ri. 6551 during busi
ness hours
36 Radios, Musical Instruments
ANNIVERSARY SALE
New Epiohone Banjos and ]/, OAF
guitars. Exactly /2 v - ,u
C. F. Martin Guitars. Special ®O7
purchase. S4O guitars, now... < -w
Leedv Green Pearl drum set. $75? ’of)
Regular $137.50. Now °‘ oyj
128 N. PENNSYLVANIA
ALWAYS dependable. North Side Radio
Service. Tone controls installed. H£-
4609.
50c per call for radio repair. Lightning
Radio Service. 201 N. Temple. CH-7210.
FREE—Radio service calls, estimate if rep
needed. LANES. 2828 E. 10th CH-0218
LONG and short wave Stewart Warner
radio, SSO. NU KAN PROD. CO.. 16th at
Capitol. RI-8942,
Metropolitan *15.00
Crosley Show Box 12 00
Radiola Lowboy 25.00
Atwater Kent table model 14.50
RADIO BARGAIN SHOP.
PHILCO RADIOS
LOWEST PRICE IN CITY. ALL MOD
ELS. NO INTEREST OR FINANCE
CHARGE. SMALL DOWN PAYMENT.
4101 E. MICHIGAN. IR-0020.
RADIO SERVICE—FREE TESTING. WORK
GUARANTEED. DR-6015-W.
RADIO—BEAUTIFUL 10-TUBE; REAL
CHEAP. HU-6538.
RADIO SERVICE—You pay for the service
on your own radio. You do not pay for
the -free calls at NU KAN PRODUCTS
CO., 16th and Capitol Ave RI-8942.
SAXOPHONES. TRUMPETB. TROMBONE3
Lowest terms. H. H Kinne. MUSICAL
INSTRUMENTS. 229 N. Penn, 4th floor.
WFBM entracne.
SERVICE. PHILCO AND CROSLEY SPEC.
Don't be without your radio. If your
set has to be taken to our shop, we will
loan you one.
PAUL KERR MUSIC CO.
CB-3036. 29 N. Temple. CH-5036
TRY TIMES WANT ADS FOR BUSINESS!
37 Furs, Wearing Apparel
OOAT—Lady's fine raccoon coat; good
condition: size 18. LI-8135,
OOATS—Black, brown. 7ur-trlmmed. satin
lined: 14-18; *5 and *3.50, HA-2132-R.
COATS—Children’s wool coats with tarns
afad scarfs to match. *5 each Men’s and
children's rain coflts. *2 each.
BIG 4 UNCLAIMED FREIGHT STATION.
Corner Capitol Ave. and South St.
merchandise'
38 Typewriter, Store and
Office Supplies
Typewriter
Rental Agency
Only $9-50 Per Month
or $ .00 for 3 Months
Any make of machine. Expert
repair service on all typewriters.
Woodstock
TYPEWRITER CO.
317 N. Penn. LI. 4712
TYPEWRITERS
Rented, repaired sold and exchanged.
AMERICAN WRITING MACHINE CO.
137 N. Mer. (Est. 1880' LI-6822.
TYPEWRITERS & p>lred „ K ff
39 Cash Coal Mart
Tip Top W. Va. CC OC
No. 5. 6-in. blk., fkd.
POCAHONTAS Qa AO
M. R. No. 3 red ash. tpD.UU
NO WHEEL CHARGE.
CITIZENS COKE. $7.25 AND $7.75.
INDPLS ICE FUEL £?
OPERATORS OF POUR YARDS
DR. 2400 f A \ DR. 2401
Attractive Prices
Federal Coal Cos. Ch. 2291
CIRCLE FUEL CO.
DR-2695. DR-2695.
FREE WHEELING—West Virginia clean,
large lump $5. Save this ad.. DR-SBSO-W.
KINDLING —Special big load, delivered,
$1.50. IR-5076. day or night.
NO WHEEL CHARGE
Golden Flame. Ind. No. 5, 6-in., fkd. .$4.50
Tip-Top (W.Va.), No. 5. G-in. blk. fkd. 5.25
E. Ky„ No. 6. e-in. Ip., fkd T 5.25
FREDRICK COAL CO.
DR-1792. WA-5666.
NO WHEEL CHARGE.
Sexson Bros. Coal Cos.
DR. 7479
Robinson Ice & Coal Cos.
552 W. 25th St. TA-28C3
SPECIAL
BRAZIL BLOCK va n~
Ind. 6-in. slab
NO WHEEL CHARGE.
Manly-O’Donnell Fuel Cos.
HE-1391. HE-1391.
UNION ICE & COAL CO.
DR. 4621. DR_4622
WE give gold bond discount stamps with
all coal purchases. Save money. Buy at
Hoosier Coal & Oil Cos.
We Satisfy Free Wheeling
Indiana No. 5 $4 95
Furnace egg. Bx 2 fkd. *** *
Bennett Coal Cos. Dr. 4252
~ “WEAVER COAL AND ICEF"Co!
DR-2201. No Wheel Charge. DR-2201.
40 Wanted to Trade
BIRD DOG —Will trade for Beagle hound,
rabbit dog, 1717 Laurel.
OAK—2x4’s 10 and 12 ft. lengths, sale or
trade. 1717 Laurel.
REFRIGERATOR—7S lbs., good condition,
trade for ' 2 ton coal. 237 Leeds Ave.
SWEEPER—Universal, dresser, bevel plate
mirror; for what have you? RI-3902.
TRADE —$2,500 equity in 5-bedroom home
near Tech school for small suburban;
west preferred. 207 N. Beville.
41 Wanted to Bny
Hall furniture
CALL MR. PIERCE. RI. *ol#
WHEN YOU ARE READY TO
SELL YOUR GOODS.
We are the largest buyers and teilen
oi used merchandise in the state.
WE PAY THE BEST PRICES ~~~
HIGHEST CASH PRICES
For
Shotguns. Rifles, Old Gold and Silver.
Lincoln Jewelry & Loan Cos.
201 West Washington St.
RAILROADMEN'S BANK BOOKS bought
for cash. RI-0364. MR. LOGAN.
SELL YOUR OLD GOLD
and old watches and dental bridges direct
to a gold buyer.
SACKS BROS. LOAN CO.
308 Indiana Ave. RI-5994.
V/ANT FURNITURE—4 to 6 rooms, also odd
Pieces. Highest prices HU-7274.
WE BUY OLD GOLD ~
SELL YOUR OLD GOLD DIRECT
Gold refiner. Highest prices paid for
gold teeth, bridges, crowns, discarded
jewlery, watches. Cash paid. Bring to
STANDARD GOLD REFINING CO.
423 LEMCKE BUILDING.
Cor. Pennsylvania and Market St.s.
nJvisTocif
-42 Dogs, Birds, Pets
EXTRA MONEY for Xmas. Let me sell
vour dogs on commission. IR-2238.
PERSIAN KI’TTENS—Cheap for quick sale.
1712 Rembrandt St. LI-8786.
TRY TIMES WANT ADS FOR BUSINESS.
finaTcTaT
46 Personal Property Loans
LOANS
IF A LOAN WILL HELP—Don’t pay
More- Than Public Welfare’s
LOWER RATES
It is to YOUR Interest
to Take Advantage of OUR RATES
2% •
LOWEST IN CITY
NO EXTRA CHARGES
Rates 2% whether SI.OO or *3OO
balance.
FURNITURE LOANS
Confidential—No Indorsers Needed.
An Indianapolis institution operated
for the purpose of loaning at the
lowest rate possible.
DIRECTORS
O. A. Efroymson Judge J. A Collins
Wm. J. Mooney Franklin Vonnegut
M. M. Dunbar Ralph Bamberger
Herman P. Lieber Henry Langsenkami
LOANS
ON
DIAMONDS
AT SAME LOW RATE
Indpls. Public Welfare Loan
330 OCCIDENTAL BLDG. RI-3587.
HAVING TROUBLE
Making Ends Meet?
A “PERSONAL” loan will solve your
problem quickly. You can arrange to
repay a email amount monthly in accord
ance with your income.
For quick service,
phone, write or come m.
IVERSON ALj
■#finance <o.
§| 34 S. Pennsylvania SL
" RI. 5054 I
48 Automobile Loans
Auto Loans
LOWEST RATES
CASH AT ONCE
CHICAGO JEWELRY CO.
203 E. Wash. St. LL 8603
Opposite Courthouse. Est. 40 Years
.NOV. 30, 1932
FINANCIAL
’4B Automobile Loans
fiilUiWMfE
WHY LOSE
YOUR CAR?
we”wni OU r e anance m vour Vr
payments lower, or give ,ou cash.
1/2 tw*
RATE V RATE
If paid when due; if not, regular
legal rate will prevail until maturity
LINCOLN
AUTO LOAN CO.
201 W. Wash. RI-1321.
DON'T LOSE YOUR AUTO, ■ v
OTHERS PAID OFF.
MORE MONEY ADVANCED. I
• We make loans on ALL
cars regardless of make x
or year. You can get pi
MORE money on your
car at ’' v !
308 INDIANA AVE. RI. 5994. ■
lAOilonvucar
Meridian Motor Sales
ifl2o M.MERIOIAN , C O. Phone R 1.4931
___Plgnty_of parking space in rear.
AUTOMOTIVE
50 Autos For Sale
LOOK! LOOK!
USED CARS
PRICES
SMASHED
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Pontiac Truck I
Reo Choice
Hupp i
Essex I $75
Studebaker Victoria
Terms
Robinson Thompson,
Inc.
1525 N. Meridian. RI. 3347
MONTH END BARGAINS
1929 Ford coupe sll9
1929 Chevrolet coach 169
1930 Ford Tudor 199
1930 Chevrolet sedan 219
1931 Willys roadster 269
1931 F.*rd Tudor 289
1930 Pontiac coach 289
1929 Olds sedan 289
1929 Marmon 78 sedan 299
1930 Buick sedan 399
Johnson Chevrolet Cos.
1040 ft. Meridian. LI-5361.
CHEVROLET, ’3l: 4-door sedan: low mile
age; $345. HARE CHEV. CO., 552 E.
Wash. RI-5325.
CHEVROLETT93I
De Luxe Sport Roadster. $275; exceptional
ly good shape throughout. LOSEY MO
TORS. Inc„ 1130 Me ridian. RI -9569.
CHEVROLET 30 Coach; new tires; $215!
HARE CHEV. CO.. 552 E Wash RI-5325.
CHEVROLET—I93I Do Luxe Sedan. 6 wire
wheels. From original owner. Only $345.
Abels-Fink Auto Cos.. 535 N. Capitol.
LI-1112.
CHEVROLET 28 coach: perfect shape;
slls. HARE CHEV. CO.. 552 E. Wash.
RI-5325.
CHEVROLET ’32 coach: used very littleT
$395. HARE CHEV. CO.. 552 E. Wash.
RI-5325.
CHEVROLET—’3I sport coupe; rumble
seat: $335. Hare Chev. Cos., 552 E. Wash.
CHEVROLET—’3I coupe: hot water heaTfr;
$315. Hare Chev. Cos., 552 E. Wash.
RI-5325.
FORD—I93I tudor in good condition; priv
ate owner; $235. 861 N. New, Jersey.
FORD MODEL A—Sport coupe; special buy.
only $95. Terms. Abels-Fink Auto Cos..
535 N. Capitol Ave._Ll-Hl2.
FORD. ’3O coupe: a pick up. $195! HARB
CHEV. CO.. 552 E. Wash. RI-5325.
FORD. ’3i Tudor; like new; $295. HARIS
CHEV. CO.. 552 E. Wash RI-5325
Marmon 1929 “68”
Light 8 cylinder car. For a small
amount of money; $195. Losey Motors.
Inc., 1133 N. Meridian. RI-9569.
PONTIAC COACH—I93I: here is a real
car to purchase for winter use. $345.
Abels-Fink Auto Cos.. 535 N. Capitol Are,
PONTIAC COACH. 1930—Unusuallv clean
throughout. $195. Abels-Fink Auto Cos.
535 N. Capitol. LI-1112
GOOD BUYS *
IN USED CARS.
Meridian Motor Sales
829 N. Meridian, RI-4931.
A FINE selection of exchanged
Broad range in prices. $25 to
51.095.
CENTRAL BUICK CO.
FOR winter transportation see our~com
plete stock of units of standard makes.
C. H. WALLERICII
950 N. Meridian St. RI-4574.
USED CARS
_ Make tracks for Sack’s.
backs Bros Auto Loan
309 N. Capitol Ave. RI-5994
FIND wnat vou are .oox
lng iOr ,n the want ads today, it may
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ad* daiit
51 Trucks. Tractors, Trailers
FORD. 1931—’ton panel, an excellent
value at $295.
FRANK HATFIELD CO.
623 N. Capitol. RI-9323.
REO. 1929—1‘2-ton stake body, dual.-.:
suitable for coal hauling Sell or trad*
equity for light delivery. Call LI-7192.
E.-0.-Y. SPECIAL
at l, llss TO than ll |2oc n *°° d rUnmn * condlUotU
MANY OTHERS
GENERAL MOTOR USED TRUCK DEPT.
31 W. 13TH ST.
H BANDYS. LI-7467.
REPOSSESSED tractor, worth the money.
Also seml-trailor. MACK TRUCKS. 730
E. Washington.
TRY TIMEB WANT AOS TOR BUSIXEB3!
53 Accessories, Tires, Parts
GOOD USED BALLOON TIREB
50c. 75c, $1 each. Also 200 truck tires.
Bargains.
... J° M ROGERS.
3117 W. Washington, BE-4300.
Used Truck Tire Bargains
All sizes Both High Pressure and balloon.
Some as low as $5.
GENERAL TIRE CO.
838 N Delaware. LI-5523.
55 Aotos Wanted
WE WILL PAY—Highest cash prices for
. £> um ber late model automobile.
EVANS MOTOR. Ilth and Meridian. Rl
#osl.
WUI pay cash for your car or equity.” -
I. WOLF AUTO CO.
101 North Capitol. .

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