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LOCAL BUILDING SHOWS RISE OF NEARLYMILLION 1673 Permits Granted This Year Against 1057 in 1935. City building permits for the first three months of the current year total almost $1,000,000 more than for the corresponding period of 1935. figures released at the office of William F. Hurd, building com missioner, today, revealed. Permits for January. February and March total $1,413,573 as com pared with' $434,509 for the same months last year. The gain is $929,064. The number of permits granted so far this vear total3 1673 as against 1057 in 1935, for a gain of 616. Each month of the current year showed an increase over the corre sponding month of a year ago, with the greatest change taking place in February when a gain of $469,519 was made. January figures revealed an increase of $249,075, while the gain in March over the same month of last year was $210,470. Rigurcs for 1936 are: January Week Ending Permits. Valuation Jan. 4 89 18,357 Jan. 11 138 345.291 Jan. 18 154 41.754 Jan. 25 80 24,842 Total 461 $ 430,244 February Frb. 1 82 $ 423,873 Frb 8 103 37,380 Frb. 15 66 31,028 Fab. 92 69 29,518 Fab. 29 176 32,792 otal 496 t 564,581 Marrh March 7 172 $ 112,153 March 14 153 115.679 March 21 188 78.878 March 28 203 112.038 Total 716 * 418.748 Grand total 1673 *1,413,573 1933 January Weeking Ending Permits. Valuation. Jan. 5 33 t 107.004 Jan. 12 77 15,805 Jan. 19 60 19.635 Jan. 26 117 38,725 Total . 287 $ 181,169 February Feb. 2 71 $ 16.098 Feb. 9 60 13,930 Frb. 16 . 62 34.924 Frb.. 23 112 30.110 Total 305 * 95.062 Marrh March 2 129 * 54,094 March 9 75 23.900 March 16 76 16 715 March 23 97 60 319 March 30 88 53,250 Total 465 $ 208,278 Grand total 1057 $ 484,509 DISLIKES BEING NAMED ‘AUNTY,’ JUDGE TOLD Woman t Explains Case to Jurist When Haled to Court. Mrs. Martha J. Plunkett, 34, of 69th-st and Evanston-av, would like to find a judge who would prohibit her neighbor and long time friend, Mrs. Anna Jenkins, from calling her "aunty.” David M. Lewis, special Municipal Judge, told Mrs. Plunkett yesterday that while he couldn’t grant her wish he would withhold judgment of assault and battery charges against her. Mrs. Jenkins complained that Mrs. Plunkett stormed into her home at 6:30 one morning and that during the melee she was knocked down and her husband was slapped. Mrs. Plunkett recounted her story and then asked, ‘‘Judge, please don’t let her call me ‘aunty’ any more." PURDUE MAN TO TALK Shortridge Chemistry Club Will Hear Dr. Enders. The Shortridge High School Chemistry Club is to have as its guest speaker tomorrow Dr. Howard E. Enders of Purdue University. Dr. Enders is to speak on South Amer ica and is to demonstrate native blowguns. Dr. Enders is chairman of the committee on the Junior Academy of Science in Indiana. RULES ONJNCOME TAX Court Holds Tailors Must Pay One Per Cent Rate, Merchant tailors are required to continue paying gross income tax at the rate of 1 per cent under a decision of the St. Joseph County Superior Court, it was announced today by the Indiana Attorney Gen eral. City Man, T 9. Found Dead Because he failed to come over and borrow his newspaper, Arthur Hamilton, 2202 Eastern-av. went to 2619 Bloyd-av last night and found his friend. Robert Caster, 79. dead. The body was taken to Moore & Kirk Funeral Home. BACKACHES KIDNEY DISORDERS corrected by taking DIUREX Sold and Guaranteed HAAG’S Cut Price Drugs / RITE’S \ / GUARANTEED \ WATCH REPAIRS REGARDLESS of shape or size of your watch Rlte’a will clean or replace mainspring or balance staff, or jewel for 99c NINETY-NINE CENTS CRYSTALS FITTED WHILE YOU WAIT Round IP, Fancy Share DC Shape ■ 8. Illinois 8t State Deaths ! AMBIA Mri. Viola O Julian. 65 Sur vivor* Widower Samuel. brothers. ' Bloomer and Thoma* Blackburn. BLOOMINGTON Elisha S. May. 88. Survivor* Son ltoss: daughter*, Mrs. Flora Adam* Mrs. Ross Cowden. Mr*. Goldie Stines, Misses Lettle and Edna I May; brother. Oliver May. BMTFTON—Marcia Ann Wall. 12 Sur- Ivlvors: Parent*. Mr. and Mrs. John Wald: j grandparents. Mr. and Mra. Charles Roe j and Mr. and Mrs. James M. Wald. Mr*. William Metherell. Survivor*- I Widower; brothers. Frank and Osmond 1 Morrison. BRAZIL—Walter B Hugunln. 55 Sur vivors: Widow Ella; step-son. Cecil Gab bard: step-daughters. Mrs Anna Lefevre. Mrs. Edith Russell. Mrs. Opal Moore and Miss Vivian Gabbard ! Rov G Barclay. 33. Survivors: Widow. I Ruth; non. James: daughter. Ro&ella: i mother. Mrs. Grace Walker: step-father. Fred Walker. BRYANT —Mrs Flossie Helen Decker, 26 Survivors: Widower, Kenneth; son. Robert Bailey; parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Mack- I lin. CAMBRIDGE CITY—Mrs Gladys Marie Clark, 37, Survivors: Widower, Harry; son*. Charles, Robert and Jackie: daugh ter*. Esther and Marguerite: parent*. Mr. and Mrs. O.'ver Burke brothers. Bon. Don, Leon and Guy R. Burke; ulster, Mrs. Frank Walsh, COLUMBIA CITY—Mrs Edith Oliver. 74. Survivor*: Two sons and four daughters. COLUMBUS—Mrs. Josie M. Bruce, 55. Survivors; Daughter. Mrs. Albert F. Davis: brothers. Otis. Roy and Ed Bten barger. CRAWFORDRVILLE-Herbert H. Ram sey. 08 Survivors: Widow. Anna: son. N. K Ramsey; brother. R. C. Ramsey: sisters. Mrs. Roy Steel. Mrs. L. C. Hoiderman and Mrs. Harry Blue. CONNERSVILLE- Mrs Phoebe Vare. 73. Survivors: Sons, Raymond, Donald. Cor win and Vinton; daughter. Mrs. Ida Fort; half-brother. Omer Donleker; half-sisters, Mrs. Ben Copeland and Mrs. Anna Wal lace. DUGGER—FrIeI Burch. 74. farmer. Survivors: Sons. Harlev and M. A.; daugii- I ter. Mrs. Margaret Moodv. ELKHART—Mrs. Martha Rebman, 73. Survivors: Daughters, Mrs. Wilson Bisel and Mrs. E W. Garman; brothers. John and Willard Justus. F.LWOOD Mrs. Catherine Grav. Surviv ors; Sons. Charles. Walter and Chris Grav: daughters, Mrs. Mary Allen and Mrs Emma Baxter. EV'ERTON —Marion Francis Rees, 14 Survivors: Parents. Mr and Mrs Vern Rees, brothers. Gale and Lloyd Rees. FORT WAYNE—Mrs. Margaret Schilling. 61. Survivors: Sons, Clem and Alphonse; daughter. Mrs. Clem J. Phillipp: Sister, Mrs. Adam A. Rinehart; half-sisters, Mrs. Charles M Brink. Mrs. Ralph Urbine, Mrs. Edward G. Clemmer and Mrs. Labert Grim; half-brothers. John and Lawrence Heiny; stepmother. Mrs. Nicholas Heiny. David Major. 57. Survivors: Widow, Elizabeth; stepson, W. L. Snitzler; step daughter. Mrs. Anna Dolan; sisters. Mrs. Roxena Hathaway and Mrs. Vera Rosselot. FRANKFORT—Miss Ada Petty. Sur vivors: Sister. Mrs Ida Wolfe; brothers. Fred and Bird Petty. FRANKTON—Mrs. Oelo Witmer, 85. Survivors: Sons. Howard and Warren: daughter. Miss Vivian Witmer: sister. GARY Major John McFadden. 73 Sur vivors: Widow. Sarah: sisters, Mrs. Marv Lowry. Mrs Harry A. Kane and Miss Cora McFadden: brother. Evarett R. GOODLAND—Mrs. Sarah Ellen Mead 64 Survivors: Widower. Garret: son James: daughters, Mrs. George F Sam mons and Miss Sarah Mae Mead: sisters Joh K n P thu lie . Yid Mvs. John Simons, brothers. William and Edward Roninson. HAMMOND—Lynvill* W. Bliss, 33. Sur- Widow. Inez: daughters, Roberta and Wanda: son. Lynville Jr.: father Rudolph Bliss; sister. Mrs. Lincoln Fraser! 66 HA^nvi? RD Cl J Y 7u Danip l v - Daugherty. 66 Survivors: Brother E. e. Daughertv half-brothers L. W.. John, and J. j' Daugherty; half-sister. Mrs. Lizzie Flem- KlßKLlN—Andrew Jackson Whicker. 85 Survivors: Daughters, Mrs. Lewis King „ M ".- Sa i7 Stowers: brother. John; sister. Mrs. Elizabeth Murdock. LAFAYETTE—CIinton Hilt.. 77 sur- Emma; sons. Raymond and William, sister Mrs. Anna Earl: broth eis. Warren and Scott. !e Dv,^r. inei 3‘, 92 - Survivors: Sons. Jo and Charles; daughter. Mrs. Ma>-v Klinker. Mrs. Sophia Besenfelder. 74 Survivors' Son. Richard: sister. Miss Amelia Retd- Mrs. Lillian Bes- LINCOLNDALE—EII Engle. 82. farmer. Survivor Daughter. Mrs. George. Wolf. LINTON—Seth Edwin Morgan. 42. Sur yivors: Widow. Mona; son. Robert: daugh- Malv Susan Morgan: sister. Miss Ethel Morgan; parents. Mr. and Mrs. John ii. Morgan. Joseph HafTely. 84. Survivors: Sons. Pat Joe and James: daughters. Mrs. Frank Cooprider. Mrs. Earl Newman. Mrs. Everett Kingery and Mrs. Andrew Williams. .L YONS ™ Harley Skilkett. 38. Survivors: Widow. Flossie: sons. Dovle and Dallas: daughter. Miss Imoeene Skilkett; brothers. E.mer. Roy and Frank Skilkett: sister. Mrs. Curtis Brown. MARTINSVILLE—James H. Clifton, 84. Survivors: Sons. Ernest and Louis; daugh. ters, Mrs. Chaunccy Downey and Mrs. Marion Apple. MELLOTT —Dr. Robert Wilson Clavnool, 78. Survivors: Son. Rex; brother. Fred erick; sisters. Miss Mabel Claypool and Mrs. Jessie Taylor. MISHAWAKA—Mrs. Milo W. Stark 72 Survivors: Widower: daughters. Mrs. Ralph J, Vance and Misses Marie and Mavme Stark; sister. Mrs. Rose Burkhart. „. NA £ PANEE— Eugene Morris Howenstein. 78. Survivors: Daughters. Mrs. Mabel E. Orn and Mrs. Lelia Orn; son, Warren brother. Frederick C. Howenstein. NEWCASTLE—James N. Mitten, 68. Sur vivors: Widow; daughters. Mrs. Amos Sourbrine and Mrs. Charles Raymond Burgholder: four brothers and sister. George Byron Davis. 2€. Survivors: Widow- daughter, Elaine; mother, Mrs. Ada Collins. NEW HAVEN—Arthur L. Stark. 74. Sur vivors: Widow. Alfretta: sons. Josenh. Ar thur and Eugeen: daughters, Mrs. William Bentz, Mrs. Ray Ashton. Mrs. Flovd Ash ton ai }d Mrs. John Knopp: sisters. Mrs. Alice Albro. Mrs. Christine Fitch, Mrs. E. G. Reed and Mrs. Lueila Nlnde. NEW PARlS—Henrv Juiilard. 82. Sur vivors. Daughters. Mrs. Pearl Bruggner and Mrs. Lois Albright NINE MILE—Mrs. Lculsa A. Rilev. 68. Survivors: Widower. Theodora: sons. Rev. Leo and E. D Riley; daughters. Mrs! Claude Martindale, Mrs. Otis Bartlev and Mrs. Chester ■ Park. NOBLESVILLE—Mrs. Guy White 77 Survivors: Widower; daughter, Mrs. Stella Newby and Mrs. Adelaide Castor; sisters, Nellie Bryant. Mrs. W. R. Lyon and Mrs Saoie Cornelius. PLY’MOUTH—Lewis Unger, 77. Survivors widow. Jane: sons, Clyde. Harold and George Unger: daughters. Mrs. Margaret Woolfarth and Mrs. Hazel Morgan. PRAIRIE CENTER—Mrs. Nancy Eliza beth Maxwell, 87. Survivors: Sons. Rov and Clinton: daughters, Mrs. Ida Lee. Mrs. Emma Thompson and Mrs. Jake Mil ler: sister, Mrs. Amanda Harris. QUINCY—Morton L. Acord. 71, Surviv ors Sisters, Miss Enola Acord. Mrs. Cora Taylor and Mrs. Lucy Callahan; brother A. G. Acord. RICHMOND—Mrs. Esther Snow. 39. Sur vivors: Widower. Chauncev: sisters Mrs John Griffin. Mrs. Duncan McDougal, Mrs. Loren Miller, Misses Anna and Fave Dur nail; brothers. John. Ernest and William Durnall. Mrs. Phoebe Leona Breshrr. 68. Sur vivors: Sister. Mrs. Clara Wright- three nieces and eight nephews. Albert Sanders. 71. Survivors: Half sister* Mrs. Louise Veregge and Mrs. Virvil Fulton. Frank Joseph Engelbert. 78. Survivors: Widow. Mary; sister. Mrs. Henry Bow man. . RUSHVU.LE—Henry Pugh McGuire, 84. Survivors; Son. William C. McGuire. Joseph Alfred Carr. 58. farmer. Sur vivors: Daughters. Mrs. Alice Clevenger. M rs - Eva. Sexton. Mrs. Frank Fehn and Mrs. Everett Cowan; step-son, Flovd Jonses; brothers. Dote and Henry Carr.' ST. JOHN—Mrs. Caroline Dewes, 70. Survivors. Daughters. Mrs. Frank Herman. Mrs. George Herman, Mrs. Jack Fox. Mrs. Olive Overhage. Mrs. Marie Fritz. Sister ; M Aloysius and Miss Helen Dewes: sons. A ;rt. John. Eberhart. George and Henry: s ers. Mrs. John Overhage. Mrs. John avert and Mrs. John Benz; brothers An thony. John. Frank and Henry Rietman. SEYMOUR—Herman Jackson. 20. Sur vivors. Parents. Mr and Mrs. Paul o*ck son: brothers. William and Frederick Jackson. SHELBYVILLE—SamueI Perrv. 84 Sur vivors: Sons Otis and Frank Peir,; three daughters. SPRINGPORT-David Haynes. 86. Sur- I vivors: Sons. Homer and Adolph Haynes; I daughters. Mrs. Pearl Lowery and Mrs. ; Jess Nash. WARRSN—Mrs. Bertha Metherell. Sur vivpru: Widower, William; brothers, Frank and Osmond Morrison. WHlTlNG—Hamilton Greig. 47, Sur ylvors Widow. Lura: son, James; daugh *"• brothers, Neil and James; sis ters Mrs Charles McDonald. Mrs. Be 'e Hurley and Mrs. Joseph Glover. /JIV// AMAZING % • I I*9l * ,#w P r ' c ®S on Onr Complete UNREDEEMED • Musical Instruments • Typewriters • Machinist Tools • Drafting Instruments • Diamonds—Watches • Men’s Overcoats • Electric Sweepers • Radios GET OUR LOW PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY? | CHICAGO JEWELRY CO. I—l COLUMBUS WELFARE BOARD CHIEF NAMED Elmer W. Cole Elected by Bartholomew Body. Timet Special COLUMBUS, Ind., April I.—Al though still lacking a fifth member, the Bartholomew County Welfare Board today was ready to begin functioning with Elmer W. Cole,! formerly of South Bend, as County Welfare Director. Appointment of Mr. Cole, welfare worker, was announced by the board after a three-hour session late yes- ■ terday in which 18 candidates for the post were considered. Meanwhile Circuit Judge George W. Long, whose son resigned the directorship after state officials charged his appointment was illegal, indicated that he would be prepared soon to name a fifth board member. Mr. cole has been in charge of the Columbus Boys’ Club the last month. Before that he was a social service worker in the local FERA and WPA organizations. He is a graduate of Albion College, Mich igan. AURORA EDITOR DEAD Heart Attack Fatal to Robert B. Cass, Newspaper Publisher. Tiinr* Special AURORA, Ind., April I.—Robert B. Cass, 60, editor and publisher of the Aurora Bulletin, died suddenly of a heart attack at his home last night. Born in Ottawa, 0., Cass came here in 1909 and subsequently became editor of the paper and a leader in Democratic politics. His newspaper career started at Toledo, 0., where for six years he was part owner of the old Toledo Commercial. Vital Statistics __ Marriage Licenses (Incorrect addresses frequently are given to the Marriage License Bureau deliberate ly. The Times in printing the ofTicial list assumes no responsibility tor the accuracy of such addresses.) Lyman D. Stonecypher, 55. of 1328 N. Delaware-st, salesman and Lela Jean Jones. 22. of 5143 N. Carrollton-av. house keeper. Thomas C. Sacks. 21. Fishers, laborer, and Dorothy C. Morris. 21. of 4910 E. Michigan-st. factory employe. Perry Logsdon. 21. R. R. 2. Box 296, taxi driver, and Wavie Lee Winecoff. 18. of 1045 W. 29th-st, housekeeper. Births Boys James, Louise Monroe, 201 N. New Jer sey. Clide. Clara Welch, 1049 Oliver. Isaac. Ruby Roller, 1520 Fletcher. Orville, Beatrice Drake, 1645 Hoefgen. Waiter, Dorothy Munden, 55 N. Jeffer son. Frank. Agnes Cline, 623 N. Tacoma. Paul, Martha Ellis, 1635 Holliday. Girls Edward, Susie Mathews. 725 N. Senate. Warren, Butoun Westerfield, 1520 Shep ard. Robert, Thelma Tracy, 919 N. Traub. Walter. Lillian Belbey, 316 Douglas. Norman, Freda Stewart, 122 Minkner. Henry, Edwena Townsend, 1059 S. Hos brook. Deaths Merle Williams, 26, at 2817 E. 25th. acci dental. James Matlock, 50, at City Hospital, ac cidental. Martha E. Watson, 73, at 228 N. Rich land, arteriosclerosis. Louise Elizabeth Burkhart. 27, at 2160 N. Tacoma, pulmonary tuberculosis. Arilla Rutn Bell. 45, at Methodist Hos pital. toxic goiter. Elizabeth E. Babcock. 56, at 608 N. Dear born, broncho pneumonia. Sarah Grace Overman. 60, at 2746 N. Chester, lobar pneumonia. Francis Risley, 19, at City Hospital, gastric hemorrhage. Mary Ellen Truelock. 73. at 521 E. New York, cerebral hemorrhage. Georgia Quackenbush, 49; at Central Indiana Hospital, accidental. Herbert Woods, 10, at City Hospital, scarlet fever. Molly A. Cliffton, 64, at 906 W. 29th, mitral insufficiency. Mike Nicoloff, 52. at City Hospital, ac cidental. Zelma Cockrill, 28. at Central Indiana Hosiptal, pulmonary tuberculosis. Frank W. Moore. 54, at 617 N. Hamilton, acute heart failure. Maurice R. Wilkerson, 48. at 2007 N. Harding, acute dilatation of heart. Carrie J. Biunhofer, 63, at 1834 E. 10th, uremia. Henry E. Bole, 36, at Central Indiana Hospital, septicaemia. William Taylor. 56, at 1915 Sheldon, car cinoma. BUILDING PERMITS State Highway Department, State House annex. SIOO, Installing electric outlets and fixtures. > Perry Harper, 2449 Harper-av, $25, 'ln stalling electric range. Mrs. S. A. Robinshaw, 5622 Guilford av, $25, install electric range. Daisy Theater. 2544 W. Michigan-st, $lB6, install three electric services. Gregory Sc Appel, 5133 N. New Jersey st, SSO, install new wiring. Paul A. Lansinger. 1845 Tallman-av, $25, electric repairs, because of fire loss. Joseph A. Stitch. 1323 N. Keystone-av, $l5O, reside dwelling. . Hoosier Wrecking Cos., 1318 N. Capitol-av, S4O. wreck two-story dwelling. Chester L. Gray. 5940 Beechwood-av, S2OO, install coal stoker. E. C. Belzer, 3314 Kenwood-av, $l5O, alterations and repairs. / Announcements 7 ~ SS—FREDERICK—*S 1 Minute Wireless Wave NO ELECTRICITY—NO CHEMICAL HEAT Only Machine of the Kind in City Other Permanent Waves, $1 to $5 MARGUERITE BEAUTY SHOP 2 Cards of Thanks WE wish to thank all our relatives and friends for the beautiful flowers and spiritual bouquets, and for the sincere kindness and sympathy shown toward us alt at the passing of our dear hus band and father. WILLIAM JOHN FELD. MOTHER AND CHILDREN 3 Deaths—Funerals Indianapolis Times, Wed., April 1, 1936. BABCOCK —Elizabeth E., age 56. beloved wife of Charles B Babcock, daughter of William P. Roberts and sister of Mrs. George Dager. passed away at the resi dence, 608 N. Dearborn. Monday. Fu neral from Shirley Bros. Central Chapel. 946 N. Illtnois-st. Thursday 1:30 p. m. Friends invited. Burial Woodlawn cemetery. Greenfield, Ind. Friends may call at the chapel. BOTT —Henry, age 69, beloved husband of Ame ia Bott. father of Earle Wayne Bott. Brazil. Ind.. and Mrs. Vivian Lewis, passed away at his home, 1030 Hamil ton-av. Wednesday April 1. Services at the BERT S. GADD FUNERAL HOME. Churchman, at Prospect-st, Friday April 3. 2 p. m. Friends invited. Interment Crown Hill. Friends may call at the funeral home after 6 p. m. Wednesday. BURKHART—Louise Elizabeth. ct 2160 N. Tacoma-av. beloved wife 0..' Nelson i Dutch) Burkhart, daughter of Mrs. ’Hattie Bradley, sister of Mrs. Curg Devers. and Roy Bradley of Indianapolis. Mrs. Oscar Alexander of Brownstown, Irvin Bradley of Kokomo, and Ray Bradley of Frankfort, departed this life. Monday, age 27 Funeral Thursday. April 2, at the Oak Hill Tabernacle Church. 10 a. m. Burial Round Hill. Friends invited. Funeral under the direction of MOORE Sc KIRK. COOK —Johanna, wife of Henry W. Cook, passed away at. her home, two miles south of New Bethel Tuesday. March 31. Funeral service Friday. April 3. 1:45 p. m . at the home. 2:30 p. m.. at Fenton Evangelical Church. Burial Acton Ceme tery. COSTER-*- Robert H. of 3619 Bloyd-av. de parted this life Tuesday, age 78 vears. Funeral Friday. April 3. at the MOOKZ & KIRK FUNERAL HOME. 2530 Station s'. 2 p. m. Burial Mt. Jackson Cemetery. Friends invited. DOBSON—Mary E.. of 2306 Barrett-av. mother of Clarence and William Dobson. Mrs. Elizabeth Pickering and Mrs. Blanche Steele, sister of Riley. James and Archie Sanders and Mrs. Julian Lazzell of Columbus. Ind.. passed away March 30. 1936, age 65 years. Services Friday 2 p. m. at the above address. Burial Floral Park. Friends invited. BEANBLOSSOM SERVICE. HUMPHREY—FIetcher E., son of Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher L. Humphrey, passed away Tuesday afternoon. Services will be at THE FLANNER & BUCHANAN MORT UARY Thursday at 4 p m. Friends in vited. Burial Crown Hill. LEE—Oscar, beloved husband of Maude and father of Dudley Parker Lee. passed away at his home. 4302 College-ay. Wednesday. April* L Funeral notice * t . ' : J THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES 3 Deaths—Funerals Indianapolis Times. Wed.. April 1, 13. LYKE —Jennie, age 78. wife of Thomas J. Lyke and mother of Gordon. Herschel and Forrest Lyke. passed away Murch 31 at 4 p. m. Funeral from the home of her son Herschel Lvke. 1037 W. 18th *L Frtday April 3. 2 p. m. Friends in vited. Burial in Floral Park Cemetery. Friends may call after noon Thursday. I Columbus i Ind. i papers please copy.] E. E. GROSS FUNERAL SERVICE MYERB—Minnie (Ochiltreei, age 57. wife of Charles, mother of Virgil Ochiltree. Mrs. Hazel Parker and Mrs. William B. Addington. Funeral Friday 2 p. m. at 1434 Finley-av. Friends may call at the above address after noon Thursday. FARLEY FUNERAL SERVICE. PICKARD—EIIa, passed iway Tuesday, age 78 years. Friends may call at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. John McFali. 1048 S Pershing-av. until noon Thursday. Funeral services Thursday 2 R m. at the Hope (Ind.) Baptist Church. Friends invited. Burial at Hope. (CONKLE SERVICE. SWAN—Charles A., age 68, beloved husband of Carrie M Swar, and father of Lee H. Swan and Vera Wilbur. Asa D. and Mrs. Fay McLaughlin, at the late home. 4402 Caroline-av, Tuesday 10:15 p. m. Fu neral from the SHIRLEY BROS. CEN TRAL CHAPEL. 946 N. Illinois-st. Fridav. 10 a. m. Friends invited. Burial Crown Hill. Friends may call at the residence from 6 p. m. Wednesday until 5 p. m. Thursday, and at the chapel until time of service. THOMPSON—Robert M.. age 61 years husband of Mary Reed Thompson, father of Mildred. Stanley. Marion, Robert and Reed Thompson, passed away Tuesday. Services at Meridian Heights Presby terian Church Thursday. 4 p. m. Friends invited. Friends may call at TYNER'S MORTUARY from 7 p. m. Wednesday until nqon Thursday. Body will lie in state at church from 2 to 4 p. m. Thursday. W'ATSON—Martha, of 226 N. Richland av, beloved mother of Mrs. Susie Powell, Mrs. Amy Rader, Steve and John Watson of Indianapolis, Mrs. Sarah Belle Smock and Ira Watson of Dayton, O.; Mrs. Mary Stanley and Jim Watson of Fairmount, Ind . departed this life Monday, age 74 years. Funeral Thursday. April 2. at the residence. 226 N. Richland-av. 2 p. m. Burial Floral Park. Friends in vited. Funeral under the direction of MOORE &, KIRK. 5 Funeral Directors WM. D. BEANBLOSSOM 1321-23 W. RAY-ST. BE-1588 J. J. BLACKWELL AND SONS FUNERAL HOME 928 N. Capitol-Av. Phon# LI-7115 PERSONAL SERVICE W. T. BLASENGYM MAIN OFFICE 2226 SHELBY-ST. _ DR-2570 CONKLE FUNERAL HOME 1934 W. MICH.-ST. BE-1934 PAUL E. DORSEY 3925 E. NEW YORK-ST. IR-1173 FINN BROS. Funeral Home 1639 N. Merldian-st. TA-1835 FLANNER & BUCHANAN 25 W. Fall Creek Drive T A-4400 BERT S. GADD 2130 Prospect-st. DR-5307 GRINSTEINER'S 522 E. Market R,I-5374_ G. H. HERRMANN 1505 8. EAST-ST. DR-4477 HISEY & TITUS 951 N. Delaware LI-3828 LAUCK FUNERAL HOME 1458 S. Meridian. DR-2140; DR-3210 “Where better funerals cost leas” GEORGE McCARTY FORTVTLLE INDIANA MOORE & KIRK 2530 Statlon-st. CH-1806-7 TA-6056—8 ROYSTER & ASKIN 1902 N. Merldian-st. TA-0299 2501 E. 10th—2522 W. Wash. SHIRLEY BROS. CO ~ 346 N. nilnols-st. LI-5409 GEO. W. USHER FUNERAL HOMES 2614 W. WASH.-ST. BE-0148 1719 N. CAPITOL-AV. TA-1719 J. C. WILSON DR-0321. 1230 Prospect-st. DR-0322 8 Monuments MONUM ETNTS7 !m.ARKERS7~ MAS OLEUMS In granite and marble. Extensive stock, highest quality workmanship. Original designs. Auto service to showroom or cemetery without obligation. RHOADS MEMORIAL STUDIO. CH-4390. 21st and Adams. (Brightwood) 9 Lost and Found, LOST—Fraternity pin (Sigma Chii. initials “J. O. H.’’ Reward. HA-2489-M. LOST Diamond Wrist Watch with Initials on back. Liberal reward. TA-0451. LOST—Small poodle dog, white, male; _ name “Dodo.” Reward. LI-3269. LOST—Cane engraved “A. M. Sweeney”; reward. Phone RI-3043. LOST—Black purse in Freund’s Drugstore or Red Cab. Keep money, return purse. _ 806 Highland-av. ; LOST—Alpha Zeta Beta Sorority pin. yellow gold, jeweled with A-T. jeweled guard. Reward. 740 Laurel. DR-4840. SAVE on your want ad cost use Times Economy Want Ads. Just phone—Rl-5551—and say adtaker W Notices FRANK DOUGHERTY’3 Billiard Parlor. “A good time so. ill." 134 1 2 N. Penn sylvania. LI-0223. // Personals i g Neuritis or Muscular Lumbago g are quickly relieved with g| Keene’s Wintergreen Tablets jj I§ Absolute money-back guarantee. g m See your druggist or write direct n U THE KEENE DRUG CO.. INDPLS. g lill!llllllllllllllllll!lllllllllll!llll!lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliro Q ENTRAL GIVES FREE MARCELS TL International np I Beauty School. FREE hair cut, I I Iv Ishampoo. wave, 342 E. Wash. FREE! STOMACH “uLCERS7 GAS PAINS. Indigestion relieved auick. Get free sample doctor’s nrescription. Udga. at Hook Drug Stores. 13 Business Services ALTERATION SPECIALISTS ALTERATIONS—Ladies’, men’s garments. Cleaning, pressing, relining, repairing. Reasonable. MEYER O. JACOBS. 212 E. 16th, TA-6667. ' AUTO SERVICE ED JETT. 517 J*. Talbott—Complete motor rebuilding, done bv expert mechanics. _ LI-0972. BASEMENTS REBUILT BASEMENTS BUILT and made dry” UNIVERSAL WATERPROFING CO. CH -6397 4330 E. 16th-st. BOWLING ALLEYS HOTEL ANTLERS ALLEYS LORENZ WEISMAN. Prop, and Mgr.. 950 N. Me ridian. LI-2351. CINDERS AND CRUSHED STONE FIX up vour driveways; cinders, crushed stone: estimates. CEDAR COAL CO. DR CLEANERS ALERT DRY CLEANERS—Garment*, fur niture. rugs, draperies. We deliver. 4618 E, Michigan. IR-3030. CONTRACTING A. D. CHAPPEUL—Interior, exterior. Mv _ aim is U> .Please. E Z Payments. BE-0343 REROOF, repair, remodel, screens a spe cialty. Fee estimates. Work guaran teed. SIENER. DR-3959 DOUGHTY. CH-6662.—Cement paving con struction. general contractor; brick work a specialty. DODGE ~ WEISS MAN MOTORS 2210 E. Wash. Phone*--Dav CH-5825: nlte. IJR-5117 FLOOR REFINISHING HARDWOOD FLOORS LAID, OLD FLOORS REFINISHED. ESTIMATES FREE. LI -3119 _ HARDWOOD floors, stairways refinfshedf; 25 years* experience; work guaranteed. __ FRANTZREB. DR-1593. FURNACE SERVICE LARSH BHEET METAL WORKS^s3s”Mas sachusetts. Service parU. All furnaces. Guaranteed. RI-8808. FURNITURE REPAIR CHAIRS made new by rebottoming In cane, hickory or reed. BOARD Or INDUS TRIAL AID FOR BUND, HA-0583. ' GENERAL HAULING YARD CLEANING, rubbish and ashes hauled; reasonable; whit# driver*. HE * 13 Business Services MACHINISTS GEO. J. EGENOLF—Machinists specializing in printing and special machinery. 181 j _W. South. LI-6212! MATTRESSES, MADE OVER MA l'i KESSE3 renovated: also made into Innerspring by expert*. Rl-2347. MATTREBBES renovated; innersprings made; we also upholster, clean Uving room suites. DR-5088. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS EXPERT repairs on all musical instru ment*. CARLIN MUSIC. 211 Maas.-av. BAND and orchestra Instruments repaired, expert, guar. work. PEARSON PIANO CO.. 128 N. Penn. M-5513 PAPER CLEANING PAPHTt CLEANING, painting; general cleaning; yard work. Free estimates. CH PAPER CLEANING— 50c per room: 14 years experience; for immediate service _ call LANNAN iWhite). BE-4728; Paper Cleaning Painting BARRETT BROS. Experts. Work guar anteed. _DR-3317. PAPERHANGING, PAINTING”" A. D. CHAPPELL—Interior, exterior. Mv aim is to please. E Z Payments. BE-0343. PAPERHANGING, painting, steam remov ing; interior decorating. Work guaran teed. CARL C. ADCOCK. DR-3824-M. m Paper hanging—paper removed by st%am. RI. 4131; DR. 1789-J: WA. 2066. PAINTING AND PAPERHANGING. FIRST CLASS WORK. C. E. SHAUMAN. CH -3763jM. PAPERHANGING, steaming, general con tracting. painting. Reasonable. Free estimates, reference. WILSON & BARKER. CH-4835. _ PISTON RING SERVICE SURETY Piston Rings. Speciaf”trial offer.' See us for complete piston service. RIVERSIDE AUTO PARTS. TA-2814, 1305 W. 29th-st. plastering HOLLAND & SULLIVAN, plastering con tractors, new, repair, guaranteed. CH -1037-W. PRINTING FOR quality printing, prompt service, rea sonablc SHOEMAKER PRESS. 603 Print Craft. RI-8863. RUG CLEANING RUGS. $1.80: 3-pc. furniture. $6.50; work guar. JULIAN RUG CLEANERS. LI-9384. W. O. JONES. INC. —Rugs, carpet cleaning Specialists. 4440 N. Keystone. HU-1366 W. N. FLY RUG CO. Specialists In rug and furniture clean ing, 28 years. It costs no more. Com RELIABLE rug cleaners; 9x12 domestic! $1.75. Furniture cleaning. Work guar- anteed. Ch-3532. SEWERCLEANING HAVE your sewers cleaned the Electric Roto Rooter way. Save money and time. SEWER CLEANING SERVICE. TA-3366. TINNING ROOFING TINNING. ROOFINGrT“Sheet metal work. Estimates free. HARRY MILEY & SON, BE-0436-J, ■ . TRUCK RENTALS MOVE yourself or rent anew pleasure car. Low rates. DRIVE IT YOURSELF. INC.. WALL PAPER REMOVED WALL PAPER removed by steam. UNITED CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR CO. RI-6441. 14 Schools, Instruction GUARANTEED! If we train you, we guarantee you a permanent position. Courses in short hand, accounting, comp., dictaphone, typ '"cONSOLIDATED BUSINESS COLLEGE 3rd Floor Roosevelt Bldg. RI-9535 20 Help Wanted , Female 5 LADIES to work with mgr. sal. SB.OO guar. 47 S. Penn. Rm. 614. MARRIED COUPLE, experienced livestock, grain farming; expenses. W. SINGLE TON, R. No. 3. Brazil. Ind. WANTED unincumbered lady capable to manage business from her home. Call LI-9982, aiter 2 p. m. SHOULD YOU FAIL to find the position you want in this column, may we sug gest you use an Inexpensive ad of your own under “Situations Wanted”—4 days cost as little as 65c. and in most cases results In connections. Call MISS PAGE at Riley 5551 or come In to The Times. Want Ad Headquartters. 21 Help Wanted , Male EXPERIENCED SHOE SALESMAN WANT ED. APPLY 27 W. WASHINGTON-ST. NEW FIRM can use 2 neat-f-ppearing men. Pay discussed at interview. Apply 214 Kresge Building. REGISTERED drug clerk, outside Indian apolis. Give age. experience, salary ex- pecfed,_references. Box 514, % Times. TEN experienced shoe minimum salary guaranteed; for part time work. G. R. KINNEY. 138 E. Washington. SALESMAN calling on drug trade with na tional products side line. Commission _ basis. 637 Architect Bldg. WANTED—Young man. 21 to 25 years of age. Must have high schooi education and good past employment record. Po sition nays salary and is with large re liable firm. State complete application injetter. Write Box 511, % Times. 23 Situations , Female DAY or week wont for ladies; common la bor for men. Day or week. General House Cleaning. UNITY CHRISTIAN CHURCH CENTER. INC.. LI-5860 IF YOU DON’T FIND tne position you're looking for here, try an inexpensive Times “Situation Wanted” ad —four days cost ae little as 65c—and may find lust the connection you want. Call MISS Page. Riley 5551. The Times. Want Ad Headquarters. 24 Situations , Male ORCHESTRA guitar player, experienced amplifying instrument. Box 513, Times. THE paper with the most Economical Want' Ads. THE TIMES. RI-5551. 30 Rooms for Rent $2 —24 W. lfJTH—Between Illinois. Meridi an; light, clean, modern room; good transportation. CENTRAL, north of 38th; attractive front; private home; garage; breakfast. Gen tleman, HU-5481. CENTRAL AND 24TH E.. 519—Clean, cozy room; private family; girls pre ferred. HE-4780. CENTRAL, 2017. APT. 2—Attractive room, adjoining bath; inner-spring mattress; private family. HE-1910. ILLINOIS, 1907 N.—Attractive well venti lated; constant hot water: auiet home: gentleman; garage. MERIDIAN. N„ 3452—Delightful quiet room, adjoining bath; private home; gentleman. TA-6996. NEW JERSEY. N.. 2105—Cheerful room, splendid bed: breakfast optional; gen tleman. HA-3528-W. NEW JERSEY. N.. 2025—Large room; pri vate lavatory: meals optional. Private family. NORTH, e!. 230—Apt. 4: front room, ad joining bath. Good home for gentle man. Phone. STATE, 24 S.—Front, downstairs, sleeping room: overstuffed: private entrance. Reasonable. RI-2153. ' WASHINGTON-blvd., 3300—Nice; three windows, large closet. Private entrance. Gentleman. TA-7014. WASHINGTON BLVD., 2820—Nice, large! airy room; shower bath, garage optional. TA-3821. 11TH. E.. 416—51.60: large unfurnished room. Private entrance. Walking dis tance. 24TH. E.. 515—Lovely, large front room; widow's home; hot water HE-1494. 30th! 50 W.—Front, furnished, master bedroom, two closets; constant hot w a ter: Illinois c arh ne. TA-6662. 30TH., W.. 412-Nice large, sleeping rm.; innarsoring mattress; near bath. TA -2286. 31 Rooms with Board HAMILTON. N.“lo33—Room, board, laun dry: private entrance: two gentlemen; $7 each. CH-2616-R LEXINGTON, 917—Double room, modern: laundry; excellent meals; $lO double. $5.50 single. DR-3523-J. WASHNIGTON. 3145 B.j-Men or couple, down, next bath, 3r meals. $5. CH CHILD —Room, board; mother's care. Good home. Reasonable. 1601 N. New Jersey. HA-0326-M. 32 Housekeeping Rooms $3: 114 E. 2IST-ST—Front room, near bath; utilities; suitable for employed person. $3.75; 114 E. 21ST.—Large room; studio couch, also bedrm. apt., *7.50. _ ADAMS. 1947—Light, cheerful, airy 2-rm. apt.; suitable for couple. s2l BROADWAY. 1403—Front 2 rooms, kitch enette; two small apartments; employed CARROLLTON. 1804—Two connecting front rooms: in-a-door bed; private en trance. $5. HE-4406. DELAWARE, N.. 720—T’TO rooms, every thing furnished. Hot water. Phone. Walking distance. DELAWARE. N.. 323 Nice clean house keeping rooms; *3.50 up. Walking dis tance. EAST. S.. 2130—One room; everything fur nished: single person; very reasonable. DR-6132-R. ILLINOIS. N., 2020—Spacious front studio apt.; kitchenette, sink, linens, utilities. Private entrance; garage. MERIDIAN. N.. 1927 —Front one-room, kitchenette apartment; nicely furnished. Constant hot water. MICHIGAN. E. 1311—Two or three-room nicely furnished apartment. Utilities. Private entrance. Reasonable. NEW JERSBYr” 517 N.—Desireable room; private hme; walking distance. U -4.! - 32 Housekeeping Rooms NEW JERSEY. H. 1601—TwcTroom apart ment. furnished; $4 up. Also sleeping roam *3. OLNEY. 2617 N.—Three furnished, clean, cozv rooms down: utilities: private en trance; reasonable. PROSPECT. 719—Modern, well furnished, clean, private housekeeping apartment. _ Reasonable. Adults. TEMPLE. 20 B.—Furnished housekeeping _ or sleeping rooms. Modern. WOODRUFF. 766 West Drive—Two-room apt,, pm., bath., ent.; newly decorated, overstuffed. Ideal for adults. Phone. 33 Hotels HARBOUR HOTEL om N foS u CENTRAL HOTEL strictly modern outside rooms; transient and weekly rates. SEMINOLE HOTEL bath: running water all rooms. $3.50, $4 30 week. HOfEL lAKT6N Nice clean rooms. Fine location. Rea sonable rates. LI-5315. Delaware at Mich. 34 Apartments , Unfurn. CAPITOL. N., 1202, AptT No. 14—6-room mod.; heat. Janitor aervlce. $25. LI-5596. MICHIGAN, E.. 2238—Flve-rm. apt.; heat, water_furnished. *25. CH-2050. 34TH AT” MERIDIAN—The Kenilworth: real homes; five, six rooms, sunparlor. TA-5208. 4 ROOMS modern, home like: heat, water! Janitor, garage. Call at 15J0Va E. loth. GENERAL APTS.. INC. 22 W. Vermont. LI-2439. Indianapolis Renta! Agency F*urn. and unfurn. apts. Free service and transportation. LI-5452. • APARWieNT R(MfiL6UR€flO Apartments in all parts of the city; free transportation to inspect. Cali HE-1328. 35 Houses, Unfurnished 1527 ENGLISH-AVf sll—s-rm. semi-modern double; water paid. A. J HUEBER & CO. 144 N. Del. JACKSON. 2ill—(Near Washington Highi 5 rooms all modern, redecorated, garage. BE-0746. MICHIGAN. 1319 E.—s rooms, bath, no fur _nace; good shape: J>nly sl2. LI-8621. NEW JERSEY, 3235—Modern, six rooms; excellent condition; nice yard; $37.50. TA-5462. PARK, 3003; REDECORATED. 6 rooms, sunparlor, fireplace, hardwood floors garage._ HE-2722. UNION, 744—5 rms., mod., side of dbl.. close to schools and town. S2O; water _pd. J. S. CRUSE. INC. RI-6412. 25TH. E.. 3412—G00d 5-room modern sin gle; garage; large yard. $lB. C. C. GROVE. LI-7361. 44 Virginia-av. NEAR TECH 1104 N. Tacoma; 5 rooms, mod., except furnace: gar.. sls. CITY RENTALS. INC. RI-2368 FOR COLORED 2536 N. Temple. 5-rm. sngl., good con.. sll Call GREGORY & APPEL. INC. LI-7191 PHONE Riley 5551, THE TIMES, for low- est cost want ads. 36 Furn. Houses , Apts. $55: NORTH, 3500—Beau. 5-rm. home, piano, Frig., radio, washer. Others. TA -4633. CARROLLTON, 2353—Upper 4-room, pri vate apartment; very comfortable; ga- rage: reasonable; adults. COMPLETLY furn. 4-rm. upper; bath, strictly private. Adults. 118 N. Riley. 40 Wanted to Rent FAMILY of adults: six-roOm modern house: $22.50 month. Suburban considered. Mr. _ Best. LI-2660. YOUNG couple want 3 nice unfurnished rooms and bath; prefer north. Box 516, care Times. 45 Business Opportunities FOR yard. 360 W. 17th-st! Phone TA-0663. FOR SALE—Case, by owner. Sickliess! Take small down payment. 645 Mass-av. STORE with living rooms, strictly mod ern. and fixtures, for sale or rent. 1461 S. Meridian. FOUR APARTMENT BUILDING (NORTH i —5 rooms each, cost $1600; rent SI7OO a year; for quick sale S7OOO. MRS. DUN BAR, TA-5462. GOING RESTAURANT FOR SALE—2OO seating capacity: at Market and Penn sylvania; reasonable. Call WINTER, RI -803 L 47 Houses For Sale SALE or trade; 6-room double; must sell at once. Call 2235 W. Morris-st. REAL ESTATE RENTALS. INSURANCE. R. A. FRANKE RI-2800 E. KIRK_McKINNEY CO.. INC. SHERMAN-DR, 710 S.—s-room modern bungalow. Like new. Breakfast room, inclosed rear porch, garage, shrubbery: $3500,00, Terms. CH-0899. 48 Sale Suburban Farms BE SURE—Of your title. Demand an ab stract prepared by UNION TITLE CO.. 155 E. Market-st. Union Title Bldg. 5 ',2 ACRES. 6 miles southwest on old road 67. two fronts, price SBSO cash. HAR NESS & CLINE. 119‘g N. Ala. LI-9220. 49 Real Estate Exchange 4700 BLOCK W. WASH. 82 ft. corner with 5-room mod. bung, and gar., small mortgage; exchange for suburban or acreage. MR. BURGESS. Rl -9388. IR-6102. AMERICAN ESTATES CO.. REALTORS 52 Wanted Real Estate SMALL camp site; near woods or water. Lease or buy. Box 515, care Times. 53 Lots for Sale CLEAR LOT, 44x120; just north! of Le- Grande on Draper; appraised $300; sac rifice $l5O. HA-11-46-J. 35 Beer Equipment KING'S— / Prices—With Payments. \ / P ul I and an ything of wood or metal \ I *o at your room and finances. 1 Select from 225 pool tablea, Complete From SSO Up. t New chairs 850 / \ Tables—All Kinds—Low Prices. J \ Complete Line of China, Glass, / \ Silverware. Rentals for Parties. / \ Delivery Anywhere. / \ CHROME FURNITURE. \ 1617-31 Southeastern DR-3578 56 Wearing Apparel LADY’S red crepe dress, size 16-18, $4: Beige fur Jacket. $5. HU-8262. 57 Household Goods ONE rebuilt Maytag; square aluminum tub; 1-year too CQ service guarantee Terms $1 per week (small carrying charge). L. S. Ayres & Cos. RI-9441 Used MAYTAG Square aluminum tub washer. STEWART RADIO. 136 N. Penn. __ L^-5385. 100 USED *1 Ice Boxes 'P I f All Sizes, Styles. Makes. R k P. STORES. 225 E. Wash. Open Eve. RAD 103. sweepers, iceboxes. $1 week. RADIO Jc. ELEC. SHOP. 533 W. Wash. MAYTAG WASHER, excellent condition; sacrifice for $27.50. Hoosier sweeper. sls, 608 Mass. ORIENTAL ”RUGS—Anatolian. 15x10. $35; Hamadan. 10x3. $22. These rugs taken in trade. 2265 N. Meridian. SACRIFICING—Moving. new four-piece bedroom suite, love seat, chairs, tables. HU-7953. Singer Elec. Portable Sewing machine, like new. $27.50 cash. Singer Sewing-Machine Cos. 126 W. Wash. Carloads and Carloads of fine new suites and odd pieces to trade for your old furniture; generous allow ance. BAKER BROS.. 219 E. Wash-st. 6x12 Felt Base Linoleum Rugs—*3.9s. JORDAN BROS. CUT-RATE LINOLEUM. 207-W. Wash., from Statehouse. Singer Bargains i Singer, drop-head, treadle $lO cash Sintur electric portable, real buy *27.50 | Singer electric console, repossessed, small balance. I Singer Sewing Machine Cos.. 126 W Wash. 58 Miscellaneous for Sale DOOR and window screens made to order; fuaranteed. BROOKSIDE LUMBER. 1150 i Ix 6 Drop Sid. (hundred! *3.00 Ix 6 Car Siding *2.90 2x4. 2x6. 2xß *3 00 Roll roofing 98c INTER-STATE LUMBER CO. SHERMAN-DR. AT MASB. CH-6400. iOOO ODD SIZE used doors. 25c and 50c each. MILLION POPULATION WRECK ING CO., 310 N. Delaware-st, LI-6270. —w-TY Bicycles Fishing fjv fMfcJiKN $lO op Tackle llvv Repair* Cut Prices XSCT Hoffman's 2SI Ma*.-*v.F 205 E. Wash.at. 5x7 ICE BOX! coffee "mill, Toledo scales, le, sheiviaK, 1820 Hillside, CH-14,8, Classified Display APARTMENT HOUSE WEEK APRIL Ist TO Bth By Wm. P. Snethen, Executive Secretary Apartment Owners Association The Apartment Owners Association is sponsoring Apartment House Week because it wants you, who are not closely in touch with this great industry, to become better acquainted with the many beautiful apartment buildings in Indianapolis. A visit to one or more of these buildings will better demon strate just how “finished" they are in every particular. You will learn why so many families prefer this mode of dwelling; how work for the housewife is reduced to a mini mum; and how many, many facilities there are in the mod ern apartment which as a rule are found only in the more expensive type house. You will see how, during the past extremely cold spell, the apartment house dweller wa-s thoroughly comfortable, with the adequate heating arrangements of these structures and the hundred and one small details are properly cared for to insure pleasant living. Os course, such a visit may make you dissatisfied with any othsr type dwelling, and, should this be the result, may wa suggest that you promptly secure for yourself the best apart ment available NOW and keep it through the year. Insure for your family proper living quarters, for you will most probably be disappointed if you wait until Fall, For those who already live in apartments we suggest that you STAY IN YOUR Apartment—keep it the year ’round. It s really something to be comfortably housed all the time, with a negligible amount of householding worries. If you don't, then next Fall, you may find that that cozy apartment you liked so well this past winter has been taken by someone else and there won t be many, maybe not even one, available. 58 Miscellaneous for Sale WE CAN furnish all iraming and sheeting for 18x20 garage for $27.95. Good, clean material. SERVICE WRECKING CO., - 320 N. WesL LI-0228. STORE fixtures; bakerv equipment; spe cial equipment; buy-sell. 419 E. Ohlo._ FOR SALE—Number of used first-class waving machines. Realistic. Nestle, Eu gene and Helen Cuttis. Both croquignole and combination; for small down pay ment. Also used dryers and complete used shop equipment. H. F. REEDY SUPPLY CO. RI-8181. 35 W. Maryland. BUILDING MATERIAL MARION MATERIAL CO. New and Used Lumber $350 RECLINING electric bath cabinet; sacrifice SSO cash; good condition. RI -5037, 300 BUILDINGS WRECKED Good used lumber and building material of all kinds for sale cheap. CLEVELAND WRECKING CO. 1320 Kentucky-a Indianapolis. SUDDEN DEATH—It never fails. Destroys bedbugs and household vermin. ALBERT G. MAAS. 31 Va.-av. RI-3315. PURE maple svrup, $2 gallon. FRED RHOADES. 1723 N. WEDDING invitation?, highest quality. lowest prices. DUNLAP._33 Virginia-av. TYPEWRITER—SIO up. All makes: bought—exchanged—rented. M’COLLUM TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE. 233 N. Dela ware-st. RI-4926. LLOYD "reed baby buggy, tan, $lO. Ivory bassinet. $2.50. 6242 Park. HU-2401. ■ UNCLAIMED FREIGHT STATION Corner Capitol and South St. Special oil for washing machine motors, sewing machines, lawn mowers, qt. 20c; gal. 75c. Empty 5-gal. lard cans 5c each. 5-gal. roof coating $2. USED bicycles, A-L $3 up. “Balloon and high pressure tires. Terms arranged. WESTERN AUTO STORES, 301 E. Wash _ ington, 363 N. Illinois. Use The Times—Phone RI-5551 For Lowest Cost Want Ads 59 Radios, Musical Needs New 8 Bass rh 1 1 ET Accordions. TANARUS) I I ) Lessons included. S' 1 * PEARSON CO., Inc. 128 N. Penn. i2O Bass Accordion. ouu PEARSON CO., INC. 128 N. Penn. Olds Trombone; Gold Lacquer. PEARSON CO.. INC. 128 N. Penn. SPARTAN console. 8-tube; pre-owned. $12.50. L. S. AYRES & CO., RADIO DEPT.. 7th floor. Accordions LOANED to beginners. PEARSON CO„ Inc. 128 N. Penn New’ Philco Auto Radio $29.95 Installed; guaranteed Radio Parts, Amplifiers—Tubes VAN SICKLE RADIO SHOP. 34 W. Ohio. CHICKERING GRAND, $275. Positively looks like new. WILKING MUSIC CO. 120 E. Ohio-st. Open evenings. 30 WATT public addressing system for rent. Radio Sales & Service. 211 Ind. LI-9383, PRE-OWNED Easy Washer; good condi tion; only $22.50—51 weekly. ECONOMY RADIO. 245 E. Wash. Open Eves. Guitars $2.50 up Alto Sax Reeds—soo —while they last. 10c $75 Boehm Clarinet, in case $22.50 Easiest Payment Plan in Town. LORENZ Music Store. 20 Pembroke Aixade UPRIGHT PIANO FOR SALE CHEAP. 1720 ASBURY, 60 Farm and Garden GOOD clean horse manure; will contract 6 months or one year. SCHROYER'S HORSE AUCTION. RI-5642. McLEAN garden tractor, new design, made in Indianapolis. UNIVERSAL MFG. CO.. 324 W. 10th. HIGH QUALITY lawn grass. Best Ken tucky blue grass. 2oc lb. MARION COUNTY COOPERATIVE FARM BU REAU. 610 Kentucky-av. LI-6339. 63 Poultry—Live Stock BROODER HOUSE, brooder stove, hog house: reasonable. W. Q. BELL. Hart- E. Washington. ALFALFA HAY, baled, first cutting; 2-gang breaking plow, incubator, Stew art truck: very cheap. BRIGHT Sc SON. RI-7815. H4-2403-M. 64 Swaps CLEAR LOT, 44x120; > 2 block north of Le- Grande car line on Draper; appraised __ $300: trade for automobile HA-1146-J. USED" BICYCLES—Buy and sell. BROAD RIPPLE SPORTING GOODS. 803 E. 63d, WA-1133. CASH for your used car. We pay more; come here. 411 N. Illinois. FIRST-CLASS painting for used car! - No Junk. LI-3150. WELL-ROTTED STABLE MANURE DR-0230. WILL trade large Premier vacuum cleaner for sewing machine. 458 N. Tibbs FEED STORE—Pa pec mixer, stock. ~ flx tures. truck. Sell or trade, all or part. 3222 W. Washington. BE-2257. INNERSPRING mattress for Icebox and rocking chair. DR-6842. DENTAL work for painting or paner hanging. 1107 Odd Fellow Bldg. RI -7281L FEW pieces of odd furniture” for 30-inch roll-top desk. Call 4-6 p. m. 1407 N. Oljriey. OIL range, high oven: swap for living room suite. 3913 E. 30th. _CH-2287-W. GAS STOVE. A-l. practically new for paperhanging or cash, 3707 N. Haw thorne Lane. CHEVROLET, 1930 Sport Sedan. Excellent. Equity for SSO cash. 3221 Blvd-pl. TO ADVERTISERS—Eacn ad appear ing in this column is listed in The Times Swap Bureau directory for sixty days free of charge. Your “Swap’' ad will receive a special rate of seven days for the price of five and four day* for the cost of three Call RI-5551 65 Wanted to Buy We Pay Highest Prices for old gold, watches, dental bridges jewelry, etc. SACKS BROS. 308 Indian*- av. Phone RI-5994. WANT AD RATES The Indianapolis Times WANT AD HEADQUARTERS LJ C D C Are the Most Economical I I La l\ La Want Ad Rates in Town REGULAR ROOMS, SITUATIONS CLASSIFICATION WANTED ADS Minimum, 12 Words. Minimum Charge, 12 Words. 12 words, one day 36c 12 words, one day 24c 12 words, four days SI.OB 12 words, four days 72c (you pay for only 3) I (you pay for only 3) 12 words, seven days SI.BO 12 words, seven days $1.20 (you pay for only 5) • (you pay for only 5) - A dSscount 107S ’ ,s Elven from the above amount* lor ea*h or If bill Is paid within *even day* from expiration of ad. These rate? apply only on ad? placed I ® c ® l b r- _ For out-of-town rates writ* or phone the Classified Advertising Dept, of The Times. Death Notices, In Memorlams, Cards of Thanks 18c Per Une Contract Rates on Application to the Business Office. Telephone Riley 5551 -APRIL 1, 1936 Classified Display 65 Wanted to Buy SMALL trailar concrete mixer, not "over $25 cash. Explain make, condition fully. Box 510. care Times HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR " MIXED IRON THE MILLER CO.. INC. 139 S. CALIFORNIA. RI-51.V). 66 Furniture Buyers ftWtßSiJfiS' WANTS GOOD FURNITURE MR. PIERCE PROMPT SERVICB BUY whole house or odd piece of furn. Dlanos. etc. MR. WERELEY HU-7274. ALL kinds furniture, from basement to attic; broken, damaged. CH-6826. CH -0976. Call Rl-0469 Eor an v furniture! Vzdii x '’ i rugs, stoves or clothing vou have for sale. Calls answered Dromntlv. i 1-9971 We pay more. EXCHANGS LI 74/1 PURN. CO., 304 E. Wash. WE BUY. WE SELL. WE TRAD*. HIGHEST cash prices paid. Household goods. If In a hurrv and want top prices call J. P. GRIDBEN FURNITURE Sc STORAGE, 1501 Madison. Phona DR-332* FOR RESULTS PHONE RI-5551. 67 Cash Coal Mart VWAtCH XOAtSifr Furnace Chunks Bright, shiny, clean j* . ■ sth vein shaft V 4 T k mined Indiana coal. sJ Yes—We Have Other Coals. *KH CO At CO “Rich Coal—Honest Service.” LI. 5344. 936 E. # Vt. St. SPECIAL SALE W. Virginia nut and slack ..*3,50 Indiana mine run 4.25 Indiana big lump ... $5.00 Indiana 2x4 $4.50 Indiana furnace chunks *4.75 Brazil block 5.25 Brazil, 3x6 5.00 Sun-Glo lump 6 00 West Virginia. 2x5 6 25 West Virginia, large lump 6.50 Island Creek, 2x5 6.50 Island Creek, large lump 6.75 Pocahontas big lump 8.25 Citizens Coke 9.25 We deliver % and V* tons. Economy Fuel Supply Cos. DR-1220. DR-1221. “Economize With Economy." COAL-COKE-KINDLING Best Linton. 3x6, clean fkd... *4 50 Best Linton, med. lp.. clean fkd. *4.75 Best Linton, big lp., clean fkd....*5.00 Gen. Big Brazil Block, cln. fkd...*5.25 West Virginia, big lp.. mine run .*5.50 Glendora, big lp.. fkd.. $6.25; egg.*6.oo West Virginia. 3x6. clean forked *8.25 W. Va., big lp.. clean fkd.. ...86.50 Pioneer Island Creek lump, fkd..*7.25 Deliver % tons. Ontoi Ice DR. 4621. DR. 4622. WeS+ - <FD 7 c Virginia (Nut and Slack) Sexson Bros. Coal Cos. DR-7479 DR-7479 Virgin iT $375 Nut and Slack Indianapolis Ice & Fuel Cos. DR-2400 5 Yards. DR-2401 WEST VIRGINIA It a C A Big lump forked vD-OU WEST VIRGINIA ee O' Medium lump forked MODEL COAL CO. DR. 2222. WA. 5667. 223 Caven-st. l 4001 Winthrop. Cash Coal Cos. CH-6250 We deliver 1/4 and 1/2 Tons FEDBICKCOEs DK. 1792 EST. WA. 560* SOI BEECHER. ISSS 1020 E. 40TH Quality Coal Polar Ice & Fuel Cos.