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Every Day the Profits Pay—Use Times Want Ads for RESULTS DRY AGENTS NIP ‘CO-OPERATIVE’ LIQUOR PLAN Community System Idea Is Spoiled. Say Sleuths After Arrest. Manufacture of liquo ron a com munity plan in a backwoods settle ment of Brown county, fifteen miles from any town or village, has gone awry because 'ederal agents got wise. And. “Neioghbor" Dave Petro. 60, tall and lanky suspect, who says “I never learned nuthin’ because I never went to school,” is held here pending investigation. Dave is alleged by agents to have worked for his neighbors “on the share,” as thety needed a supply, moving his apparatus frfom farm house to farm house In the White river valley. It was big Dave’s second visit to the capitol, when arrested and brought here Friday by Deputy Marshal Harry Gates. A two-galon jug of whisky, which is aleged to have been Petro's share from a “batch,” was confiscated from his wagon as he was returning home from “up the valley.” Faye Patrick, United States com missioner, will hear further evidence in the case Friday. Petro claims he is the subject of mistaken identity. AUTO CRASHES HURT 7 Indiana Bell Official Is Cut and Bruised in Accident, Cuts and bruises were incurred by seven persons in week-end auto mobile accidents. The injured were Albert R Henry, 28 East Sixteenth street, secretary and treasurer of the Indiana Beil Telephone Company; Glenn Stuck ey, 24, and Chairs Burkhart. 21, both of Seymour; S. C. Carl, 62, of 133 West Vermont street; Gilbert Williams, 27, of 912 Harlan street, a taxi driver, arrested on a drunken ness charge, and Mrs. Georgia La Follotte, 25, R. R. 4, Lebanon, Ind. LAWYER TO BE ENVOY David Ilennen Morris to Be Chosen Ambassador, Is Report. liii t infill Pres* WASHINGTON. March 20.—Re ports in authoritative circles today said that David Hennen Morris, New York attorney, would be named am bassador to Belgium by President Roosevelt. i Radio Dial Twisters f —6:15 P. M.— CTIS Buck Rogers. WENR iß7oi—Century of Progress talk. NBC Sketch to WEAF. NBC—Jesters to WJZ. —6:30 P. M.— CBS Martin's orchestra and quartet. NBC - El via Allman to WEAF. WON (720)—Kemp’s orches tra; Tom Dick and Harry. NBC Groucho and Chico Marx to WJZ. —6:15 P. M.— CBS —Boake Carter NBC The Goldbergs to WEAF. —7 P. M.— KYW 41020) —Talk; orches tra. CBS—Jack Smith. Humming Birds and orchestra. WBBM 17701—Westphal’s or chestra. NBC Soconvland Sketches to WEAF. NBC Clicquot Club to W.JZ WMAQ 10701 Poetry Magic. WSM (6501—Orchestra pro gram. —7:1.5 P. 31 CBS Singin' Sam. WBBM (770i Sport Review. —7:30 P. M.— KYW 1102(H Studio. CBS Fu Manchu mystery drama. WBBM (770i—Charlie Hamp NBC Dalv's orchestra to WEAF. NBC Carney’s Dog Chats to WJZ. —8 P. M. KYW (1020)—Mark Fisher’s orchestra CBS Ruth Etting and Hav ton's orchestra. WBBM 1770i-Jack Brook’s. songs; The Norsemen. NBC— Gvpsies to WEAF. WFBM (1230) Indianapolis (Indianapolis rower and Light Company) .MONDAY ' 5 30—Skippv (CBS). s:4s—Polkadots. 6 no—Bohemians. 6 30—Phil Porterfield, baritene (CBS'. 6 45—Revelers. 7.oo—Fireside Fantasies tCBSi. 7:ls—Singin - Sam (CBS'. 7 30—Fu„Manrhu (CBSi. 8 OO—Chesterfield program (CBS'. B.ls—Sam and Carlile. 8 30—Transcription. B:3s—Records. 8 45—High lights. 9 00 —Columbia Revue iCBS'. 9 30—Edwin C Hill (CBS I 9 45—Mvrt and Marge (CBS' 10 00—Columbia Symphony (CBS). 10 30—The Columnist. 10 43—Guv Lombardo and Roval Canad ians (CBS'. 11 00—Christian Men Builders. 11:30—Charles Barnett orchestra (CBS). 12:00—Mid.—Sign off. WKBF (1400) Indianapolis (IndianaDOiis Hrnadrastinc, Ino.) MONDAY r m. 4 00—Twilight Treasure hour. 4:3o—Tea Time Tunes. 4 45—News flashes. 5 00—Musical Menu. 5 15—Cecil and Sally. 5:30 Aunt Dcssa and Nncle Connie. 5 45 Dinner Melodies. 6 15—Harry Bason. 6 30 —Popular Recordings. 6 45—The Sportslight. 7.oo—Silent 8 00—The Old Pathfinder. 8 15 Harry Bason. 8 3<>—To he announced. 8 45—Art Gillham. 9 00—Happiness Parade 9 15—Hoosier Melodic Boys. 9 30—Connie's orchestra. 10:00—Sunshine Singer 10 15 Morrev Brennan's orchestra. 10 30—Radio Rangers 11 00—Morrev Brennan's orchestra. 11 30—Sign off WLW (700', Cincinnati MONDAY P M , 4 00—Becker-Greuter-Newman 4 15—Billie Oauscha and orchestra. 4 30— The Singing Ladv (NBC* 4 45—Little Orphan Annie (NBCt. TONIGHT# Jpck Frost Sugar ' Melody Moments* C'J —and every J 5 m MONDAY I■l evening at jmj 8:30 o'clock Central Standard Time, over this N. B. C. chain: WJZ, WBAL, WENR. WHAM. WGAR. KDKA, WJR. WLW. 2618 BRIDGE DEATH PROBED gK " -jjSL "'Wm fflfflßßL Von Donald Taylor Von Donald Taylor, 31, of 923 Leland avenue, former basketball and football player and amateur wrestler, died Sunday night at city hospital from injuries received in a mysterious manner following a bridge party Saturday night at his home. Story on Page One. Fishing the Air Singin' Sam v. ill eckncwlcdge many re quests for another number from his min strel renertoir 0 when he offers “I'm Goin'. Goodbye.’' during his nrogram over WFBM and the Columbia network at 7:15 Mon day. * Rill Childs seems not at all bothered as he sines “When You Ain't Got No Money,” for he goes immediately into a fiance enjoyed bv all listeners of the (treater Minstrels Monday, at 8 p. m. over WLW and an NBC network. HIGH SPOTS OF MONDAY NIGHTS PROGRAMS 6:3O—NBC (WJZ)—The Two Marx Brothers. 7 00 —Columbia Whispering Jack Smith; Humming Birds. 7:3O—NBC (WEAFI Richard Crooks. Columbia—Fu Manchu Mys tery stories. 8 OO— NBC (WJZl—Minstrel show. Columbia—Leonard Hayton's orchestra with Ruth Etting. 8 15—Columbia —Mills Brothers. 8 30— NBC (WEAFl—Paul White man and orchestra. 9:oo—Columbia —Columbia revue. 9:3O—NBC i WEAF)—Radio forum. 11:30—NBC (WEAF)-Hollywood on the Air I Can't Think of Anything But, You” will be Ruth Etting's salutation to the audience during her program over WFBM and the Columbia network Monday at 8 to 8:15 p. m. —MONDAY— —B P. M.— NBC—Wiener Minstrels to' f WJZ. —8:15 P. M.— KYW (1020)—Fashion Re view. CBS—Mills Brothers. 11 —8:30 P. M.— 0 !CBS —Mysteries in Paris, j WBBM (770i—Pageant; Ad . I ventures Club. , NBC—Paul Whiteman or _ chestra to WEAF. u NBC —Melody Moments to WJZ. —9 P. M.— „ KYW (10201— Globe Trotter. 0 CBS—Columbia Revue. NBC—The Sizzlers to WJZ. WMAQ (6701—" Theater of Romance." ' WRVA (1110)—El Tango Romantico. —9:15 P. M.— - WBBM (770)—Jackie Heller. |WGN (7201—Big Leaguers. s j NBC—Vic and Sade to WJZ. , | —9:36 r. M.— : jKDKA (980) Bridge school; “ tenor. "KYW (10201-Studio. ICBS—Edwin C Hill. lITBC National Radio I Forum to WF.AF ■NBC—Arlene Jackson and | the Old Stager to WJZ. WMAQ 1670 ( Beach View I orchestra. vjWCM 1650i—Two pianos: | Southern Singers. ’ 0 —9:45 P. M.— jcßS—Myrt and Marge, o| WGN (720)—Minstrel show. —10:00 P. M.— KDKA (9801 —Sports review. siKYW (1020)—Fisher's or estra - ICBS—Barlow and Columbia I Symphony. 5. NBC—Weems’ orchestra to WEAF. INBC—Amos 'n' Andy. 5:00—To be announced. s:os—Jack and Jill. van - 81? Man Sunshine (Ford Rush). ? ob Newhall, sports commentator. 5 Lowell Thomas (NBCi 6:oo—Amos n' Andy (NBC). * ’5 —Gene and Glenn "Chandu." the Magician. 1 Old Farovite Melodies o ™ - X?' ce of Firestone (NBCt. o SS —Weiner Minstrels (NBC). ann —t?? 51 ') 311 Pasternack orchestra <NBC(. 9 00— L Eastman's orchestra ,n H! litr , and Professional Artists. 10:00—Rhythm Club. 10:30—Serenade. 11:00—Park Central Hotel dance orches tra (NBC. 11:30—Lew Breeze and his dance orches tra (NBC (. I 2 Mjd- —Old Apple trio. A. M. 1315—Jan Garber's dance orchestra. 12 55—Moon River. LOO—Sign off. ANNOUNCEMENTS l Death Notices BECK, lIARRY’ ll.—Age 55 years, beloved husoand of Mrs. Lillian Beck, passed away Sunday a. m. at residence, 2623 Ashland avenue. Private tuneral Tues ®, av - 2 P- m.. at the residence. Burial CTroxyn Hill. Friends may call any time noon. G. H. HERRMANN GKKK.V K\R|. -Age, 54 years, beloved brother of Mrs. aohn Lassen and Chris Green, passed away Sunday, 5 a. m. at residence of sister. 2117 South Meridian .•trees Funeral Tuesday, 10:15 a m at the G. H. HERRMANN FUNERAL HOME. Ijos South East Street. Friends __invitpcl. Burial Crown Hill. HI (ills, SARAH .1 \N) Beloved mother of John. Charles and Walter Hughs ol An derson. George Hughs of Atlanta. Ga James Hughs Mrs. Lvda Hughs Marlev of Indianapolis, sister of James Fink of Andrews, Ind ; Mrs. Mary Deetimore of Seward. Neb., passed awav at the home of her granddaughter. Mrs. Carl H. Irrgang of 2228 West Washington street Friends mav call at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Lvda Hughs Marlev. 1526 Roach* street, after 4 p m. Mondav Funeral Tuesday. 230 p m . at the Seventh Christian Church at Udell and Annette streets. Burial Washington Park cemetery. Friends invited. Funeral under direction of GEORGE M CARTY Fortville. MIDDLETON. MIISS BETTY GEAN Daughter of Mary F Middleton, sister of W H Middleton and Nellie G Middle ton of Indianapolis Robert C . Edward J. and Bruce A Middleton of Detroit, passed awav in Defroit Mor.dav. For information call FLANNER 5: BU CHANAN ROESENER. CHRISTIANA M - Wife of Charles F and mother of Elmer W passed awav Monday morning Services a’ THE FLANNER A- BUCHANAN MOR TUARY. Time later SMALIET* DORIS G.—Services were held at the residence. 3029 Park Ave Satur day. 3:50 p m Burial Tuesday. 10:30 a. m . Crown Hill, STORZ KATIIE YCNKER Mothc- Os Lena Bonnie and John, passed awav Saturday n:ght Services Tuesday. 2 P m . at the residence 538 S Tibbs Ave Friends invited __Burial Crown Hill. warren, RAYMOND—Beloved son of Marv Warren and brother. Lorm Warren (deceased', departed this life Fndav, March 17 Funeral Tuesday. March 21 at the residence. 2154 Avondale place. 2 P m Burial Gravel Lawn cemetery. Fortville ird. Friends invited Funeral under direction of Moore and Kirk. —10:15 P. M.— WGN (7201— Milligan and Mulligan. WMAQ (670)—Dan and Syl via. NBC—Welcome Lewis to WJZ. WSM (6501—8i1l and Bob; —10:3(1 P. M.— KYW (1020) —Dance orches tra. CBS—Lombardo and Roval Canadians. NBC—Denny's orchestra to WEAF. NBC —Brass band to WJZ. WMAQ (670(—Dance or chestra 12'2 hrs.l. WSM (6501.—Piano time; dance orchestra. —ll P. M.— 1 KSTP H46o)—Dance pro gram. KYW (1020)—Canton or chestra. CBS—Lyman's orchestra. NBC—St. Regis' orchestra to I WEAF. WGN 1720) Kemp's orches tra. NBC Lovvns orchestra to | WJZ. WSM (650i—Meet the Bov i Friend. KMOX 110901 —Dance pro gram. ; CBS -Nelson's orchestra. NBC—Dancing in the Twin Cit.es to WJZ |WGN (720)—Dance program. NBC Hollywood on The Air ; to WEAF. —l2 (midnight) KYW (1020) —Canton or "j chestra. WENR (8701 Dance or -1 chestra. WBBM 1770) —Around the 1 Town. j WDAF (6101 Nighthawks 1 Frolic. ANNOUNCEMENTS 1 Dath Notices ZINKAND. MARIA Age 71. wife of Wtl- ! ham. mother of Mr.- Jack Hendricks. John Zinkand and of the late Adeline \ Volmer. died March 16. at Hollywood. Fla Friend - , may call at THE GEORGE W USHER FUNERAL HOME. 2614 West Washington street, any time Funeral Tuesday. March 21, 8:30 a m . at the funeral home 9 a m. at St. Anthony's Church Burial Holy Cross cemetery. _Fr lends invited. * Cards In Memonams KLINGSTFHN We desire to thank our friends for their kindnesses, flowers and sincere words of svmpathv in out late j beravemrnt. the death of our beloved i wife and mother. Mrs. Otto H. Kling stein HUSBAND ALP CHILDREN 3 Funeral Directors, Florists W. T. BLASENGYM Main office. 2226 Shelby St. Branch office. 1634 W Morris. Dr 2570 ! FINN BROS. Funeral Home 1639 N Meridian St. TA-183S i GRINSTEINER’S 522 E. Market RI. 5374 HISEY & TITUS 957 N. Delaware LI. 3828 Johnson & Montgomery Funeral Home 1622 N Meridian. HA-1444 J. C. WILSON ■230 Prospect Dr 6321-9322 4 Lost and Found BAG—Lady's brown leather, containing money, glasses, keys, identification cards and personal effects at 38th and Illinois or 1200 N. Penn. Finder keep money, re turn other articles. Mrs. Bennett. LI -3361. BEAGLE—BIack and white female, ready to whelp, disappeared about Wednesday. Owner worried. Phone immediately. HE -1864. BOSTON BULL PUPPY—Brown and white. Name “Babe.” Child heartbroken. Re ward. IR-7277, _ BROOCH—White gold, rhinestones. C B H. in center. Keepsake. IR-0309. Re ward. DOG—Thin, medium size, black, tan feet. black harness. Reward. WA-0257. GLASSES—Man’s rimless, in Hoosier Op- tjcnljCo. case. Reward. CH-0545-W. SPlTZ—White female, cream ears, spot on right center. Reward. HU-4269. WILL FINDER of keys l Saturday i please call WA-5538. Reward. 5 Personals. DR. CHESTER MILLER—"The Children's Dentist.” 1107 Odd Fellow bldg. EVENING DINNER TREAT. ~ BRUCE'S TEA ROOM. Announces to its patrons a musical din ner program—a rare treat while enjoying our popular complete course. Dinners popularily priced at 35c —40c and 50c. Tasty T-Bone Steak Specials, 50c. Con venient parking, St. Clair St. and Penn. St., opposite Library. RI-0746. PHILLIPS—GOLD MEDAL—PATHFINDER and other contestants; over 1,000 au thenic. 3-letter w'ords. 25c postpaid. “CONTEST HELPER,” 3015 N. Penn.. Indianapolis Indiana. RENT A MAYTAG $1 per week Call Rl 9441 Extension 37". L S AYRES & Cos The Mid-West Detectives Announce their new location at 746-48 Consolidated Bldg. Geo, L. Winkler. LI-5484. Harry Bendel. WANT to communicate with June ex pectant mother about adopting child. Rcliab'e party address Times Box K, 43. WILL locate anyone for anyone. 702 In land Bldg. 8 Transportation I Travel by Bus 3N| 1,-t Low rates, fast, safe. r X. schedules, porter service e en route. Chicago $3.00 Jacks'ville ..$14.00 Louisville ... 2.50 Tampa 20.00 Nashville .... 5.00 Mnaml 22.00 Let us plan vour trip. Call or write COLONIAL TOUR BUREAU LI-2386. 141 S. Illinois MODERN TRAVELERS BUREAU Brevort Hotel. RI-2188. Cut-rate bus tickets to N. Y., Phla., Wash.. Pitts., Col.. Day., St. Louis, Tulsa and west. Dependable service daily. ~ BUSINESS SERVICE 7 Business Services BAND and orchestra Instruments repairing; expert guar. work. PEARSON PIANO CO. 128 N Penn LI-5513 Bowers <fc Weddle Service Station General Auto Repairing. 52d and College, WA-5157. BUILDINGS repaired, reroofed, additions and garages built. E. Z. payments. IR -4297. CARBURETORS adjusted free. Body fen der. gen. repairs DOLL & MEHRING, 2109 N. 111, st. TA-5691. CHAIRS made new by rebottoming in cane hickory or reed. BOARD OF INDUB - AID FOR BLIND HA-0583. FLOORS SANDED—Refinished. cleaned, waxed, shellacked, lowest rates. BREW STER, BE-3491 R-2. HOUSE CLEANING, window washing. 9x12 rug cleaned $1: repairing: work guaran teed. INDIANAPOLIS CARE TAKERS. RI-2184. LAUNDRY WORK—Any kind. Curtains, rugs, blankets. 25-lb. rough dry. wearing apparel, starch, flat work finished, $1.25. Call, deliver. HE-548C. REFINISH your floors; rent our dustless electric floor sander; average cost $1 room up. RISK'S. 30th St. Hardware. CH-4239. TREE SURGERY. Gorman spraying, land scaping. Fertilizer for sale. Phone BE -3525-R. Mr. McCree. 7-a Moving;, Transfer, Storage ALLlSON'S—Experienced white men. Move cheaper FREE estimates. LI-4105. CADWELL WILL MOVE YOU FOR YOUR DISCARDED FURNITURE. CH-3227. EXTRA CAREFUL—Movers', large covered trucks; reasonable prices. P. O. RHOADES. TA-6347, FIREPROOF STORAGE Store now pay six months later, free nyuling to storage. Moving *4 cer load ar.d up ; Call Rl 7750 419 E. Market St MOVING HAULING Rent anew truck U-DRIVE JT 39 Kentucky Ave Rl-7438 MOVING. $2 UP—Local, overland, equip covrd. trucks; white men. Pete's J CH-2878 SPECIAL" RATES now on local, long distance moving. J. H. TAYLOR. RI -4265; DR-3071. STORAGE—LocaI, long distance hauling, return loads wanted. Part loads serv ice. OTTO J. SUESZ. RI-3628. RI -6561 CH-0599-W. 7-b Paperhantting and Painting 1 A-l PAPER CLEANING. 75c room: best I reference. J. A OWENS. HE-4494, i EXPERT paper cleaning: wall washing; ! estimates free. CLY-RONEY’. LI-4238^ ;EXPERT WALL PAPER CLEANERS— -1 Prompt service. Reasonable rates. DR -5262, LAVON Cleaners. DR-5262. PAlNTlNG—lnterior and exterior. Years i of experience. Call for estimates. HA ! 2444-W. WALL PAPER cleaning. 50c. SI room: wall j washing. Satisfaction guaranteed. W. 1 H Cox & Son. LI-4180. 7-d Cleaners and Dyers IDEAL RUG CLEANERS 9x12, cleaned and guaranteed. $1.00; one small rug free, CH-2973. MARCH SPECIAL—9xI2 rue. cleaned and sized. $2: 1 small free: fluff and chenille, made to order. ACTIVE RUG CLEAN ERS HA-3636 Ten per cent discount on all Cash Want Ads placed at Times Want Ad Head _quarters, 214 W Maryland St. The Times Was the Only Indianapolis new-naper to gain in Want Ad lineage in 1932. INST RUCTIONS 10 Schools, Colleges Tutoring OVER 100 STUDENTS NOW ENROLLED. FTvPP Ground Course, flying instruc -1 ugl. t)on Tarkington Aviation Cos Municipal Airport, BE-4400. WANTED—Names men. women! 18750, wishing steady post-depression govern ment lobs. Start $lO5-$175 month. Com mon education usually sufficient. Full particulars with sample coachipg-FREE. Apply today Time-., Box 1050-N. HELP WANTED 13 Help Wanted—Male FOUR representatives for well establfehed dry cleaning plant, experience unneces sary Apply 4-6 p. m.. Mr. Berkett. 2209 N 111, st. MEN wanted for Rawleigh routes of 800 consumers in cities of Indianapolis. Brownsburg. Zionsvtlle. Franklin. Re , liable hustler can start earning $25.00 weekly and increase every month. Write immediately. RAWLEIGH CO. Freeport. HI.. Dejp. IN-C-38-S. THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES HELP WANTED 13 Mr- p Wanted—Male SALARY AND COMMISSION No Investment. Rm. 418. 38 N. Penn, WANTED—Young man. .high school grad uate. who can ride bicycle and help around office Applv_9oo Test Bldg YOUNG MEN 1 18 to 22 years. Must be high school graduates, neat appearing and free to travel. Men aualifving will be trained in i our work, paid salary and bonuses. See ; MR. GINDER. 335 Lemcke Bide.. Mon.. I Tues., Wed., after 5 p. m. 14 Help Wanted—Female EDUGATED, UNENCUM BERED BUSINESS LADY, WHO UNDERSTANDS COS METICS AND WOULD LIKE TO DEVOTE TIME TO THEIR ADVANCEMENT. SEE MANAGER, 316 K. OF P. BLDG. GIRL to work for tuition at modern busi ness school. RI-9072 WOMEN to train for demonstration work. No cash reauired. Apply to Miss Walk er. 620 Peoples Bk. Bldg. 15 Wanted—Male or Female TEN salespeople; attractive personality, neat appearance. Will Interview 10 crew managers with cars. Mr. Walden. 215 Castle Hall Bldg. 16 Situations Wanted MIDDLE-AGE lady desires to keep house for old person. 1145 Church. YOUNG woman, experienced in store and clerical work, desires position that does not require shorthand or typewriting. Address Times. K-54. R ENTALS 17 Furnished Rooms ALABAMA. N., 121 Vi —Steam heated rooms. $1.50 wk. and up; walking distance. RI-2905. | BROADWAY. 3334—Lovely room, one or J two. private family, instant hot water, j garage, reasonable. TA-1138. BROADWAY, 2217—Large room, 3 win dows, for 2 employed, quiet home, garage. Phone. COLLEGE. 4235—CHEERFUL ROOM; PRI- | VATE HOME; GENTLEMAN PRE FERRED. HU-8346. ILLINOIS. N„ 1907—Desirable room; prviate entrance, lavatory, constant hot water. Gentleman; garage. ILLINOIS, N., 2354—Large attractive room, large closets; 4 boys. No other roomers. TA-0725. MASSACHUSETTS. 540—Steam heat; mod ern, outside rooms; Simmons beds; run ning water; $3 up. MERIDIAN” N.. 520, Apt. 24.—Attractive room; facing plaza; gentleman preferred. Reasonable. NEW JERSEY N.. 226 Warm sleeping rooms: $2 week. 35c a night; steam heat. NEW JERSEY. N„ 418—2 sleeping rooms; modern; steam heat; $1.50 and $2. RI -2098. NEW JERSEY. N.. 2048—2 lovely rooms in widow's home; reasonable. TA-0850. NEW JERSEY. N., 517—Strictly modern room; newly decorated; walking distance. LI-9750. NORTH OF 38TH ST.—Beautiful large living room, bedroom, private, 1 or 2; Radio. Wa-3033-W. PARK. 1964. APT. 2—Large rooms, steam heat, hot water, $1.50 and $2. ST. CLAIR, E., 418 —Sleeping rooms. Walk- ing distance. Board optional. LI-0685. 24TH. E., 515—Large front room; twin beds; widow's home; $2 each. HE-1494. 36TH ST.—Near Meridian; pleasant room; private home; 1 or 2 gentlemen; reason able. TA-6176. 17-A Hotels, Resorts, Inns. Colonial Hotel p E Sg COl Wst r Ul to appreciate. $4 up. 236 N. Illinois. CLINTON HOTEL—29 Virginia— Down town; large front room, 2 beds, $3; modern. THE DEARBORN Sv^s. A Homelike Hotel. 3208 E. Mich. CH-7550. Nice Clean Beds; Steam Heat: 25c Night. NEW PALACE HOTEL. TOURIST INN—Double and single • rooms 50c. Quiet for day sleepers. Morning calls. Friendly service. Open all night. Clean beds, 25c. 359 W. Washington. CORONADO HOTELS t b i° c o * bus terminal, heat, running water In rooms —7sc up. weekly $3 up. 156(2 N. Illinois. HOTEL ANTLERS Offers all comforts. Ultra modern hotel service. As low as $2 a day; $lO week 750 N. Meridian. LI-2351. SEMTNOLE Alabama. 920. n„* OLuiVlllX WKiLj SINGLE ROOMS. HOTEL 53.50—54—54.50. nuruu FOLLOW THE CROWD for clean attractive mod, rms. LI-1496 PTTPTT AN Clean, modern, fireproof. rumiAiti CUy heat Quiet Rooms HOTET, with hot and cold water $3 week and up. Free tub or shower baths. Low daily rates Market and New Jersey Sts. EASTGATE HOTEL We invite comparison In rates, appoint ments and service; beautifully furnished rooms radios, luxurious lobby and social rooms. Most convenient location. Wash ington and New Jersey Sts, Wants Ads Accepted Till 10 p. m. 18 Housekeeping Rooms $5: WOODLAWN. 1046—2 Modern, fur nished housekeeping rooms; private bath; utilities paid. DR-3626. $6: BEVILLE, 829 N.—Attractive 2 front rooms, next, bath; porch; adiuts. ARROW. 193?—3 rooms nicely furnished, front, rear, private entrance; utilities. $6 wk. CH-4409, BROADWAY, 1403—2-room apartment; Ist floor; redecorated, sink, phone, over stuffed; eiUra.nr.o; $5, $6. BROADWAY. 2136—1 room, kitchenette, modern; everything furnished, near Cen tral and College car line. HE-3759. COTTAGE. 1721—2 or 3 rooms, furnished or unfurnished: utilities; next bath; rea sonable. DR-1647-R. EUCLID AVK., N.. 109—121 apartments’, overstuffed, private entrance, utilities. accomodate 4. $4 up, IR-0392. HIGHLAND AVE., N.. 21—2 MODERN HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS; EVERY - THING FURNISHED: ADULTS. $5. ILLINOIS. N.. 2339—3-rooin apartment, 2 bedrooms; suitatfie for 4. $5.50. HA -4928-M. ILLINOIS. N.. 2019—2 rooms, furnished: sun parlor, private lavatory; private entrance: $5. rA-5042. NEW JERSEY. 1449 N —3 connecting light housekeeping rooms; private entrance; reasonable. R!-3619 : ! NEW JERSEY, N.. 1112—One-room and kitchenette, private bath: everything furnished; modern; reasonable. PROSPECT. 2008— 2 rooms, extra nice, clean, modern, front apartment; private entrance: reasonable. TALBOT. N. 2525—2 room small cozy im maculate in-a-door, sink, porch. Private entrance. 29TH. wT 1020—56: 3 nicelv furnished rooms: private bath and entrance. Porch, garage. TA-5660. 19 Rooms with Board DELAWARE, N.. 3157—Country-like home, well furnished; modern; garage: 20-min. from Circle. HA-4705-J. WASHINGTON. E., 3323—Lovely room, real home. No objection to child. Reason abie, CH-4603-W, 32D. E.. 603—Lovely front room; steam heat, meals, optional. Home privileges. TA-2818. NONE BETTER--Twin beds: shower; home atmosphere. 2062 N. New Jersey. TA-6916. 21 Unfurnished Apartments S2O: 42 W. 11TH—Nicely decorated, kitch | enette apartment, heat. gas. water, ice furnished. Call Apt, 1. The Grant. ! S2S—ASHLAND. 1214—4 rooms, hardwood floors, light and airy, garage. $35; DELAWARE. N . 2149—6 rooms, hard wood floors: steam heat; reduced from $65. ' NOBLE. 133'j N.—3 rooms; semi-modern; water paid; near school: $lO mo. LI-9134. MERIDIAN. N.. 911—THE FITCH: 6 splendid rooms; very low rent. TA-0641 _ 3720 N. Pennsylvania $45-SSO | 2035 N. Meridian 40- 60 ! WASHINGTON ST.. 5124 E —Attractive bedroom apartment. Owner leaving city. 17TH. 412 E—s-room mod. duplex; good | heat; cross ventilation; large porch. j INDIANAPOLIS RENTAL AGENCY 1 We furnish free transportation to In spect furnished and unfurnished ants., day lor night. No obligation LI-5452. Eve.. ‘ or Sun.. TA-1064 nr WA-0433. 22 Unfurnished Houses ; sl2—kenning:ON ’.425—4-room cottage: furnace, toilet, sink; A-I DR-0293. $12.50: STATE. 1609 S— 4 rooms, semi modern. garage, yard, water paid. DR -3353-M. ” sl3 1203 S. RANDOLFH—4 rooms, double, semi-modern, garage, water paid. DR -5630 sls: BELLEFONT VINE. 1943—5 rooms: semi-modern; gaiage: yard. RI-1772. $25: CONGRESS. 364—Corner bungalow, 6 rooms side drive, water paid. TA-6095, $25: LA SALLE. N. 2601—Attractive bungalow. 5 rooms modern, bath, show er. laundry, basement, garage. TA-6415. $32 50; OAKLAND. N.. 1135—6 rooms; floors refinished; laundry: awnings; gar age, CH-6517-M. Beech Grove 1816 Albany, six-room modern house. LI -7491. GREGORY & APPEL, INC. RENTALS 22 Unfurnished Houses BRADLEY. 101 S— 5-room modern bunga iow; garage: S2.Y IR-2808 CALHOUN. 1317—Clean 4-room double. garage. sl2. water paid. DR-1709. CAPITOL *& 11TH ST.—9 rooms modern. A-l throughout; ideal roomers; S2O. WA -2635. COLLEGE. 1619—5 rooms, modern, hard wood floors throughout. A-l furnace. water paid, garage. S2O. DRAPER. 1531—5 rooms semi-modern, water paid. gas. electricity. A-l conai d.tion; sl4. HU-4368. DR-3564-R. GRANT. 1417 N.—6 rooms, bath, no furnace, 2-car garaage; sl6. CH-2116-W. GUILFORD. 5243—5-room modern bunga low. iovelv yard, garage. BE-1564-R, JEFFERSON. N . 33—'; modern double. good condition. S2O: water paid. RI-7875 LA SALLE N.. 554—6-room semi-modern. $lO 530 E Mich.. 6-room. $12.50. LA SALLE. N.. 2045—Semi-modern double: watr; garage: Heatrola gas range and linoleum. LI-5231. PARKER AYE . 402 5-room modern double; garage; water paid. Rent re duced. RITTER. S. 435-37- 4-room double, good condition: water paid. Reduced. RI-6618 RURAL. N.. 931—Near St. Philips: 6 rooms modern, garage; greatly reduced. HE-5846. ST. PETER, 1137—Bungalow: 5 rooms mod ern. long living room; 2-car garage; re duced. HU-3139. 11TH. ST., E.—6 rooms, bath. $14.50. 34th St. W., 5 rooms. sl2, WA-2820-J. 25TH. W.. 118—6-room modern, close to car line. Reasonable rent. HA-0678-J. 31ST ST.. W„ 823-25—4 & 5 rooms, good, modern, nice porches, yard, garage, near car. bus and school. 15 days rent free. Rent reduced. HA-1084-R. Rooming House 600 Northeast; 10 rooms, good shape, in side: low rent. LI-7491. GREGORY A- APPEL. INC. AFTER YOU HAVE SELECTED YOUR NEW HOME See Classification 7-A for a Reliable Mover. 23 Furnished Apts, and Houses $7.50 WEEK—Neatly furnished bungalow '2 square car line; garage; utilities. HA-0108. S3O—COLLEGE AVE., 2547—Attractively furnished, 2 rooms, bath, kitchenette. utilities furnished, garage. $35; BUNG. EAST —5 rms., iong living rm., fireplace, gar. For furn. houses call MR. MOTT. Penn. Hotel. RI-9476. BROADWAY, 5837—Attractive bedroom apartment: kitchen, breakfast room, porches, yard, garage, utilities; reason able. CENTRAL. 2131—55.50 wk.: 1 rm.. kitchen ette. priv. bath, tele, privileges. HE-4155. COLLEGE, 1409—3-4 rooms nicely fur- nished. utilities paid; reduced. RI-5976. LOCKERBIE. 614—4 cozy rooms; modem, private: reduced: see to appreciate. HOMES—APARTMENTS—BUNGALOWS! S3O to SSO furnished—Free service. White. IR-7956. APARTMENTS and houses: auto service. HOLTAM REALTY CO., 933 Mass, ave. FURNISHED homes and apartments; shown by appointment; service free. BOYD, HU-8352. 3 ATTRACTIVE ROOMS—LIVING. SLEEP ING ROOM; KITCHENETTE; REAS ONABLE. CH-4670. 24 Suburban and Farms MICHIGAN RD & 69TH ST.—6-room bun galow; acre of ground; $25. White. IR-7956. 5-ROOM bungalow, good chicken house; 7 miles northeast: sl4. IR-5853. 4 ROOMS—Pantry, garden, room for chickens, cow. 24 S. Dryer. BE-3777-M. SEMI-MODERN bungalow, shade, fruit, chicken shed, large garden. Churchman and Hobart. See Kleine. 26 Wanted to Rent WANTED—S-room house, must be modern, prefer one with yard and porch in good location. Not over S4O month. Address Times, Box A 101, REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 27 Houses For Sale PERSHING, N.. 202—8 rooms: hardwood floors; 1 square Washington High School, 2 squares grade. BE-0593-W. 28 Sale Suburban Property BEAUTIFUL suburban; modern home; lo cated on paved road. Call owner. New Augusta 920, SEVERAL small houses with 2 acres of ground. 5 acres partly wooded, i'/x miles east city limits. IR-2ißl-Ring 2.. MERCHANDISE 34 Miscellaneous For Sale BOTTLES Reduced prices. We deliver. WEST END BOTTLE CO.. 534 W. Pearl St. LI-8085. DESTROY MOTH—And their larvae; use Mothicide and moth preventive. Albert G. Maas Cos,. 31 Virginia Ave. RI-7125. r ELECTRIC motors, bought, sold, rewind ing. MOTOR EXCHANGE SERVICE. 1314 W, Washington St. INVALID CHAIRS Crutches for sale or rent; good chairs. $2.50 per month, delivered tree. Crutches 25c per mo. BAKER BROS 219 E. WASHINGTON New Wire Fencing FIELD POULTRY, FARM WIRE. PRICED TO SELL. SEE OSBORN. 209 SOUTH EASTERN AVE. OIL BURNER—Thermostat, tank. etc., good condition, suitable for small apartment building or large residence. Nicolai. RI-6412. PUMPS—Two. 350-gal. per hour, piston type, shallow well, electric with 15-gal. tanks; cheap. Meier Electric and Ma chine Cos.. 3525 E, Washington. IR-1151, RAINCOATS; Men's size. 36, $1.50; chil dren's raincoats, size 10, $1.50. Metal fold ing cotss. mattress and 3 pillows,s7.so each BIG FOUR UNCLAIMED FREIGHT STATION, corner Capitol and South St. SUDDEN DEATH—It never fails: destroys bedbugs and household vermin. Albert G Maas Cos,, 31 Virginia Ave. RI-7125. WE WILL furnish all framing material and sheeting for 18x20 garage for $19.49 Good lumber. SERVICE WRECKING CO, 320 N. West. St. LI-3069. 35 Household Goods AUCTION SALE Wednesday, March 22, 9:30 a. m., 1501-3 Madison Ave. Several complete homes of furniture. J. P. Oribben, auction, storage. DR-3328. BEDROOM SUITE, walnut: dining-room, oak: refectory table: living-room suite: rug; kitchen cabinet: breakfast set; at a great sacrifice. 3710 N. Meridian. CLOSING OUT sale of many high grades of Ice Boxes. Polar Ice and Fuel Cos.. 2000 Northwestern. TA-0639. ELECTRIC WASHERS, bought, sold, ex changed and repaired. Wringer rolls for all makes. Guaranteed. EDEN WASH ER. SHOP, 1921 West Washington St. BE-4825. GAS STOVE, white, $8.50; 3-piece over stuffed with loose pillow arm davenport. $35: chest of drawers, practically new, $4.25: 9x12 rug,' $6.50: small rugs, rea sonable. 318 N. Denny. RENT A MAYTAG $1 per week. Cal! RI. 9441. Extension 372. L. S. Ayres <fc Cos. WAFFLE SET—4 piece: Waffle iron, mix ing bowl, syrup pitcher and trav. Combination Chromium and decorated Royalite oven China. Special price $lB PEARSON PIANO CO., 128 North Penn sylvania St, LI-5513. Your old washer as initial payment on anew one. Pav BZfiruJJm balance in small weekly pav ments. ! 32 N. Del, Thor Shoo, LI-5336. 36 Radios, Musical Instruments DISTRIBUTOR Radio Service man, 14 years experience. All makes repaired. Work guaranteed. Call CH-4502-R day or night. 3606 N. LaSalle. GUITARS and VIOLINS free- to beginners. Indiana Music Cos. 143 E. Ohio: 2nd floor, rm. 228. PAUL H. RINNE. Mgr. : MAJESTIC 8-tube console, formerly sold I for $169. or Crosley 8-tube console; only Isl 9; terms. PAUL KERR MUSIC CO. ! CH-3036. 29 N, Temple. CH-3036. PHILCO. 8-tube, highboy *2V I Victor. 10-tube, lowboy $24.50 RADIO BARGAIN SHOP. 225 E Wash. St : PlANO—"Wegman. ' upright, good condU I tion; very reasonable. IR-1055. Radios $5 Up to sls. RADIO EXCHANGE 623 MaAve RADIO SERVICE—AII makes, estimates. F. I. EDDY. 302 E. Troy. DR-1839-R. RADIO SERVICE FP.EE ESTIMATES—CaIIs anywhere in citv. Eight years experience on all makes. Satisfaction guaranteed. CH-3136, SERVICE* PHILCO AND CROSLEY SPEC Don’t be without vour radio. If vour set has to be taken to our shop, we will loan vou one PAUL KERR MUSIC CO. CH-3036. 2S N Temple. _ CH-3036 SPEClAL—Service calls free: radio check free: tubes 49c up. RIVERSIDE RADIO i CO. TA-4373 37 Furs. Wearing Apparei MEN’S SUITS $4 Choose from 1.500 unredeemed and new SACKS BROS. LOAN CO. 308 Indiana Ave. RI-5994. MERCHANDISE 38 Typewriter. Store and Office Supplies Typewriter Rental Agency Only $2-50 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 Da,rea til K 9 I 4 N 7 c 0 3 39 Swaps SWAP Things You Have for Things You Want ■ TO ADVERTISER Each ad appearing in this column Is listed in The Times Swap Bureau Directory for sixty days free of charge. Your swap ad costs only 3c a word in The Times. Special multiple rates of seven davs for the price of five and four days for the cost of three. TO TRADERS If you can not find the leads that vou desire in the ads in this column call the Swap Counter. RI-5551. and we will attempt to arrange a trade for you from Swaps previously published. There is no charge for this service. AIR COMPRESSOR—IOO-lb. pressure, for 32x6 truck tires, or 1 2 ton Chevrolet Truck or cash. DR-5479, CASH for radios and parts. Radios $3 50 up. Hams attention. RADIO SWAP SHOP, 1811 South East St, CASH for used baby buggy. Not over $4. HE-3788. _ COMPLETE rabbitrv. excellent stock: part or all. What have von? HA-3701-M. DIAMOND RlNG—Lady’s, trade for “Easy” washing machine or what? BE-1674-M. EXCHANGE Legal Services for almost any thing. S. A. Bortz. Attv., 702 Inland bldg. FOR PEET'S SAKE—Two-wheel trailor for junk automobile. Pett's Tire Shop. 2609 Mass. ave. JIG SAW PUZZLES for trade or rent. HILO HAWAIIAN STUDIO. 2106 Roosevelt. Av, MOVING—WiII take discarded Furniture as pay or part. RI-2947. PAPER HANGING—By a responsible man. for what have vou? CH-2515-J. ROOM—Part or all for cleaning and press ing room on 50-50 basis. Business estab lished. Times. Box K-51. SWAP YOUR OLD WINDOW SHADES regardless of condition on NEW SHADES. KEITH SHADE CO.. RI-4995, 1348 N 111. TRADE new radio for set new 19x5.50 tires. 534 Mass. RI-6167. 40 Wanted To Buy SELL YOUR OLD GOLD Highest prices paid in state for old Gold, Watches, Jewelry, Dental Bridges, etc. SACKS EROS REFINING CO. 308 Indiana Ave. RI-5994. EDIPHONE. Dictator and Transcriber, re cent model preferred. state serial number. Address Box K 52. FURNITURE—Wanted! For better prices. HE-1547. ■JO D G EC: n WANTS FURNITURE MR, PIERCE _ PROMPT SERVICE PURE GOLD worth $20.67 an ounce. Less refining costs. Best prices for old jewelry Indiana Gold Refining Cos. LI-2706. 135 West Market St. WANT furniture. 4 to 6 rooms, also oda nieces highest nrlces HU-7274 WANTED—SmaII coke or gas oven for bake shop, WA-1140-2. WE BUY OLD GOLD SELL YOUR OLD GOLD DIRECT Gold refiner. Highest prices paid for ?:old teeth, bridges, crowns, discarded ewelery, watches. Cash paid. Bring to STANDARD GOLD REFINING CO 423 LEMCKE BUILDING. Cor. Pennsylvania Bpri Market Sts WILL PAY CASH for golf bails. 3121 N. Illinois, upstairs. 41 Cash Coal Mart Indianapolis Retail Yards. Kindling and No Wheel Charge It Pays to Buy Better Coal 25c Discount on 2-Ton Coal Orders W. Va. blk. cln. fkd. 54.75 W. Va. Egg shov. $4 fkd. $4.30 Isl. Crk. egg W. VA. fkd. 54.50 Isl. Crk. Ig. Ip W. Va. fkd. $5.00 W. Virginia M. R. .. .$3.75 Brazil Blk., egg fkd..54.00 White Ash blk. lg. fkd... 5 3.75 Best washed nut. cln. fkd.. n -jr special for cookstove or retort Hu. 10 Very good grades of Indiana. Union .Ice UoaiCd DR-4621. DR-4622. It will pav vou to visit our vard and see the difference in good coal. KINDLING WITH EACH TON LOWEST SPRING PRICES NO WHEEL CHARGE 1 TON. 'i TON. V* TON. W. VA. EGG ... S4.<H> $2.25 51.40 W. VA. Lp 4.40 2.45 1.50 W. VA. M. R U.ftO 2.20 1.35 E. KY. LP 4.75 2.65 1.60 I. C. F.GG 4.50 2.50 1.50 I. C. LP 4.75 2.65 1.60 POCA. NO. 3 I.P 6.00 3.25 1.00 POCA. NO. 3 M. R. 5.25 2.90 1.70 Economy Fuel Supply Cos. DR.-1220 DR-1221 "ECONOMIZE WITH ECONOMY” Cash Coal Sale for Today No wheel chg. Deliver and U tons. White Ash blk., c n fkd. 53.75 W. Virginia egg. shoveled $3.95 W. Virginia lp.. cln. fkd 4.50 W. Virginia m. r 3.75 Isl. Crk. W. Va.. lg. blk., fkd 4.70 White Ash Ind. washed nut. CO 70 cln. fkd., cook stove or retort' 1 w Cordwood. best grade $3.50 DR. 6767 Anywhere”? City, PERFECTION , P SC.OO OCAHONTAS U= NO. 3 RED ASH. SHOVELED Buster Brown Coal Cos. He. 1630. QUALITY COAL SIS Va : . fkd ; $4.50 Island Creek SS.QO W. Va —6 in. lp. fkd Coke —Citizens Egg. $7.75: nut. $7.25 FREDRICK COAL CO. DR-1792. No wheel charge. WA-5666 Island Creek Est W. Va. Furnace Egg Fkd. Island Creek. VV. Va. big lp. fkd Ss.no Pora. No. 3 Red Ash 7-in. lp.. shov $6.50 Citizens Coke ....$7.25 and $7.75 Indianapolis Ice & Fuel Cos. DR-2100 Four Yards DR-2101. ATTRACTIVE PRICES Federal Coal Cos. CH. 2291 Brazil Blk. nid. $4.25 Manley-O’Donnell Fuel Cos. HE. 1391 HE. 1392 WEAVER COAL AND ICE CO. DR-2201. No Wheel Charge. DR-2201. MERCHANDISE 41 Cash Coal Mart Indtananolt* Retail Tarda West Virginia r oc Smyrna Creek Big Lump—Shoy. *T A real bargain. Best vard prices. SCHNEIDERS—LI. 8900 Tiiestock 42 Oogs, Birds. Pets HEALTHY POLICE PUPPIES; BARGAIN PRICES 3124 BOULEVARD PLACE. TA-5065 Horses, Cattle, Poultry GOOD dapple grey mare, age 7 four weeks’ colt by side: rebred: mated pair black mules, white noses, coming four weli broke, weight 2.800 pounds. OSCAR j JESSUP. 65th and Emerson, one mile _ east of Road 31. FINANCIAL 44-a Securities PURCHASER wanted for three small first mortgages. SB,OOO to $15,000 on improved ' high grade apartment buildings. Which on current appraisal and earnings are worth four times the amount of mortgage. Funds to be used to pav off all delniquency by consent of bond-hold- 1 ers. Address Times Box K-53. WE BUY old accounts and notes. See us today. MAJESTIC FINANCE. INC.. 702 Inland Bide LI-4600 WILL SELL $677 Railroadmens at $66.00; SSOO Fletcher Avenue at $62.50; $2,000 Ind Savings at $54. 415 Lemcke Bldg. 45 Business Opportunities EXPERT auto repairs: reasonable Drices Penn-Ten Garage Penn, and 10th Sts. SHOOTING .GALLERY —Complete, with backwall and wings; 5 rows of figures; 4 bulls eyes, and twenty loading tubes; S6O. Times Box K-53. 46 Personal Property Loans We have plenty of CASH for you! You can borrow SIOO more from us right away! Repay in I, 2, 3, 6, IO or more monthly payments. Come in, write or ’phone! Prompt service. Personal Finance Cos. 34 S. PENN. Rl-nO.U s Century Bldg., Ground Floor ■s■s■s■s■s■ PERSONAL FINANCE CO. 34 S. Penn. RI-5034, FURNITURE—DIAMOND LOANS. Rate 2 r o\ Lowest in City. INDPLS. PUBLIC WELFARE LOAN 330 Occidental Bldg. RI-3587, 48 Automobile Loans CASH TO LOAN — on SI! AUTOMOBILES Don’t lose your auto. Re finance at lower pay ments. Our new office assures privacy and quick, courteous service. ; SACKS EROS I AUTO IO AN CO J 302 N. Capitol Ave. _.i. 5998 |p AUTO LOANS RIDE WHILE VOU PAY LINCOLN AUTO LOAN CO. 8 S. Capitol Ave. RI-1321 Auto Loans LOWEST RATES CASH AT ONCE CHICAGO JEWELRY CO. 203 E. Wash. St. LI. 8603 nnpos(te Courthouse Est 4ft Yeara CASH Auto Loans Or we will buy your car. Meridian Motor Sales 820 N. Meridian. RI-4931 AUTOMOTIVE 50 Autos For Sale CHEVROLET—Buy vour next used car from Indiana’s largest Chevrolet dealer. Johnson Chevrolet Cos. Meridian at llth. LI-5361, CHEVROLET. 1930 Sedan: perfect finish; new tires: winter front: 5215. WEISS MAN MOTOR SALES. 2215 E. Washing ton. CH-5828. Essex 1932 Terraplane Special sedan: brand new; no title: never been driven A big saving. LOSEY MOTORS. 1133 N Meridian. A FINE selection of hlghgrade exchanged cars. Broad ranee in prices. $25 to $1,095. CENTRAL BUICR CO -120 W North St LI-1999 SEE OUR STOCK of real bargains in 1933 transportation. Abels-Fink Auto Cos. 535 N. Capitol Ave. LT-1112 Willys and Auburn Distributors The Schott Auto Cos. 2004 N. Meridian. TA-3700. FOR used cars at real bargain prices "Make Tracks for Sacks” Sacks Bros. Auto Loan Cos. 3C9 N. Capitoh RI-5994 Look Over Our list of used cars ihen buy. “Indi ana's Best Chevrolet Dealer." Coburn Chevrolet Cos., Inc. 550 S. Meridian. LI-6388 Open Evenings and Sunday, 51 Trucks, Tractors, Trailers INTERNATIONAL I’.-ion six. cab: $175. INTERNATIONAL HARV. CO., 1188 KY Ave. LI-4809. Special Indiana 1931 tractor on 825x20 tires compound transmission, double line. B. K booster brakes. Many others. Trucks—Tractors—Trailers GENERAL MOTORS USED TRUCK DEPT 31 W. 13T1I ST. H. SANDYS, LI-7467 REPOSSESSED tractor: worth the money Also semi-trailer. MACKS TRUCKS. 7SO E. Wash. St, New Semi-Trailers from manufacturer to consumer. $398. IN DIANAPOLIS TRUCK AND TRAILER CO. 1125 E Georgia St DR-3300 53 Accessories, Tires. Parts USED TIRES <£ 1 Guaranteed 2 000 Miles. ' Taken In trade on Generals. Others guaranteed up to 8 000 miles at slightly higher prices. The General Tire Cos. 838 N. Delaware St. U-5533 55 Aetos Wanted Will pav cash for your car or equity. I. WOLF AUTO CO. Also a wide selection of Used Cars. LI-4516. 561 North CapitoL 3IARCH 20, 1933 AUTOMOTIVE 55 Autos Wanted WILL pav cash for good used ears. Best prices in town EVANS MOTORS llth at Meridian. RI-30SL LEGALS 56 Legal Notices NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the tax pavers of Marion Countv Indiana, that the Marion County Comm!ssion<rs and the Marion County Council of said Cos i ty at their regular meeting places in he Courthouse Indianapolis. Indiana, on the 23rd dav of March, 1933. will consider the following additional appropriations for 1933 Cos School Supt 200 Operating Expenses $ 984 Colored Orphans Home 200 Operating Expenses 10.68 Asylum for Insane 200 Operating Expenses 54 44 Free Grave! Roads 100 Services Personal .. 118 80 400 Current Charges 12 in Taxpayers appearing shall have the right to be heard thereon After said additional appropriations have been determined, ten or more tax pavers feeling themselves aggrieved bv such adidtiona! appropriations may appeal to the State Board of Tax Commissioners for further and final action thereon bv filing a petition therefor with the Countv- Auditor not later than ten davs after said additional appropriations have been made, and the State Board of Tax Commission ers v ill fix a date for a hearing in thi* county. CHARLES A GROSSART. Auditor Marion Countv. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN the tax pavers of Marion County, Indiana, that, the Marion County Commissioners and the Marion Countv Council of said Countv at their regular meeting places in the Court house Indianapolis, Indiana, on the 23rd dav of March. 1933. will consider the fol lowing appropriations for 1932. Cos. Treasurer 200 Operating Expenses $ 1 25 Colored Orphans' Home - 200 Operating Expenses 13 20 Detention Home -200 Operating Expenses 5 45 : Asylum for Poor 200 Operating Expenses 975 ! Guardians' Home ! 200 Operating Expenses 630 | Cos. Commissioners -200 Operating Expenses 15.94 T. B. Hospital - 200 Operating Expenses 13 92 Free Gravel Roads 100 Services Personal 74 50 200 Operating Expenses a OO Taxpayers appearing shall have the right, to be heard thereon. After said re-appropriations have been determined, ten or more taxpayers feel ing themselves aggrieved bv such appropri ations may appeal to the State Board of Tax Commissioners for further and final action thereon by filing a petition there for with the County Auditor not later than ten days after said re-appropriations have been made, and the State Board of Tax Commissioners will fix a date for a hearing in this countv CHARLES A. GROSSART. Auditor Manon Countv. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, the tax payers of Maxion County. Inrlia-na. that, the Marion County Commissioners and the Marion County Council of said county at their regular meeting places in the Courthouse. Indianapolis, Indiana, on the 23rd day of March. 1933. will consider tii*> ’Rowing additional appropriations for Center Twp Assessor — 100 Services Personal $ 5 17R 52 Municipal Court No. 3 400 Current Charges 5 00 Superior Court No. 4 200 Operating Expenses 25 40 600 Properties 62.50 Weights and Measures Dept.— 100 Services Personal 425 25 Guardians' Home -100 Services Personal 1.650 00 200 Operating Expenses 4 295 00 400 Current Charges 180 00 Free Gravel Roads 100 Services Personal 5.554 3o 200 Operating Expenses 3 958 85 300 Materials 12,669.20 400 Current Charges . 85 00 600 Properties 52 95 Taxpayers appearing shall have the right to be heard thereon. After said appropriations have been de termined. ten or more taxpayers feeling themselves aggrieved bv such appropria tions may appeal to the State Board of Tax Commissioners for further and final action thereon by filing a petition therefor with the County Auditor not later than ten days after said appropriations have been made and the State Board of Tax Commissioners will fix a date for a hear ing in this county. CHARLES A. GROSSART, Auditor Marion County. STATE OF INDIANA. COUNTY OF MARION. SS. IN THE PROBATE COURT OF MARION COUNTY. NO. 90-31134. In the matter of the estate of James A. Diggle. deceased. NOTICE OF SALE The undersigned administrator de bonis non with the will annexed of the estate of James A. Diggle. deceased, hereby gives notice that bv virtue of an order of the Probate Court of Marion County he will at the hour of ten <loi o'clock, a. m.. on the 18th dav of April. 1933. and from dav to dav thereafter until sold, offer lor sale at private sale, on the premises at 2515 College avenue. Indianapolis. Marion Coun ty. Ind., all the interest of said decedent in and to the following described real estate, to-wit: Forty-five (45) feet off the entire north side of Lot three i3t in Block one (li in Nordvke and Hollow-ells Grand View Addition to the Citv of Indianapolis. Marion County. Indiana, as per plat thereof in Plat Book 10 at Page 53 in the Recorder s office of Marion Countv. Ind.. located at 2515 College ave,. Indianapolis. Ind. Said sale will be made subject, to the approval of the said court for not less than two-thirds of the full appraised value of said real estate and upbn the follow ing terms and conditions: At least one third of the Durchas-* money cash in hand, the balance in two renal installments, payable in not to exceed nine and eight een months, evidenced by notes of the purchaser, hearing six 161 tier cent inter est from date, waiving relief, providing for attorney’s fees, and secured bv mort gage on the real estate sold LEO M GARDNER. As Admiistrator De Bonis Non With the Will Annexed. Kfi NE. BLAIN & HOLLOWELL. Attorneys for Administrator. GENERAL ORDINANCE NO. 16. 1933. AN ORDINANCE establishing Southeast- Avenue, from Washington Street to the citv limits, as a preferential street, supplementing certain other preferential streets heretofore established bv General Ordinance No. 78-1932. providing that the operator of a vehicle shall come to a. full stop before entering upon said street, providing for the maintenance of appro priate Signs at the intersections with rro-.s streets, providing a penalty for violation thereof, and fixing a time when the same shall take effect. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF INDIAN APOLIS INDIANA SECTION I—That the following street in the Citv of Indianapolis is hereby de clared to constitute a through" or prefer ential street for the purpose of this ordinance, supplementing the streets and parts of streets heretofore constituted as "through" or preferential streets hereto fore established bv General Ordinance No. 73. 1932. to-wit: Southeastern Avenue from Washington Street to the citv limits. SECTION 2—The above named street is herebv dpelared to be a "through" or preferential street for the purpose of regulating traffic upon or crossing the same, and every operator of a vehicle, street ear or other con-evance traveling upon anv street or roadwav intersecting said "through" street above designated, shall bring the same to a full, complete stop at the place where said street meets the prolonga'ion of the nearest property line of "aid "through" street, subtect. how ever. to the direction of anv official traffic control sign or signal or the di rections of anv police officer at such intersection. The operator of anv vehicle who has come to a full stop s above re-mired, prop entering the "through" street, as well as operators of vehicles on said "through” street, shall he subtect to the usual right-of-wev rule prescribed bv state law governing the meeting of 'e hi-’-’s at street or Hoh wav Intersections. Th he->-d of rutbl'c safety is herebv authorised and r-muired to nlaee p"d eeir.*ain or cause to be placed and main tained O" ea-h and r-erv street tht-r ---—ctine sold “threu-rh" fr-at as d->- gn-ted e*>ove. o n d *>t or near the pro-e-t- ij-e rs said "tu-ough" *""et atnronna'e -inns u-nn the -*re"t cn-t - r me- n’cce 1 and ma'ntafn anv enprop-‘ate and V i~es rr ; m-rks in t K " ropdwav sueh sl>r>-r da. i vic°s or marks to v-- ft-- - ord "stop ;os the legend "STOP T t, RTT S’->EET " an.d to be 10-ated ( n ---v, w ,nj rl and *o h osovided with left-rs of a sire o t-n leo : h’e ?♦ lee't on- hundred nnn> f ß n. al'-o the s'reet intersecting said ..,1 SECTION 3_-T' 1 ' ordinance -ha" he 'n full fere' and effe-t from and aft-r tts o'ss’oe. annrn--ai t- th- mavor and oub tt-ntion aren-di-g to law STAT*" csf TVT)TT\ M.pros COUNTY CITY OF t NDIAVAPOHS SS' I Henr- O Go’tf c!e-k of the Citv of Tndtarapoli' Indiana do hrehv r-rt ’v ♦ hat th' a hove and fore-winr i* ? full, true and romnle* con- of csene—l rt~- dinance No tg 1933- that -aid ordinance "as na- S pd bv t*'" Common C* oU rieil nn tU" ?oth da v c' February 1033 and was -if—jed and aon-oved bv tUe Ma**or nn the "Sf- fijv p Fehna-n teas , nf ) now -p. PP-tn- r— "t ard nn rerord Jn n** rff i-• tinryvcs mV n'nd and tf)e r Ti,.i,] --ai th" Cit" o' rndian--a)i s Indiana this 9th dav of Marc 1 " HENRY O c.prTT Citv cinrlr. f.epal Auctions and Sale* LEGAL SALE Notice 1s herehv elvpn pursuant to the statutes of the S'ate nf Indiana that the •tnde-sigoed co-ducting a public storage hou-e wilt on Thursday March 23 1933 at 10 09 A M se] for acepied charges the I'nu.sehold goods and other "ood.s belong- Ira to Lue'la Rellarr No SP99 SHANK FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE GOODS stored jn the name nf M’ Anna Smjlev .1. p Stters M's Eva B-rnkne-. Alta We'-h. Robert A Woodard. Mammle Woods F S. Hubbard Harry Brown. Viola Blapeb. Guv and Mirnie Allvn and Houpnert Bros . or A T Rapp, will he sold for store™" charges Tuesday. March 29. 1933. at 9 30 a. m Goods having ben in storage the remitred !nth of time and charges unpaid BANNER STOR AGE CO., 328 E. Wabash St. RI-5030.