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?AGE T4 ANDERSON DAILY IULLETIN FRIDAY, HOVIMIIR f, IM2 'Rotary Foundation' Observance Tuesday Anderson Rotarians will join with the more than half a million promote tmdcfslancluig and friend BoUrianc in 128 countries iiexl ly relation's between UK people, week for « special observance of of different nations. Its majoi '"Hie Rotary foundation Week," H wai announced today George Davis, president. activity is granting Rotary Foun St. Mary's PTA Meets Thursday TV Rev. Francis Kicnly explained (he grading norm at St. Mary's School Thursday night at flic November meeting of the St. Map-'s PTA. Sisteer Aloysia Marie reported thai Parent Teacher conferences have been completed. It was announced that season, tickets for the St. Mary's Highi,, ,„.„. School basketball games will be|" lc "' CA x " th an address by Tlie Rotary Foundation seeks to bj' daUon Fellwoships lo outstanding graduate students fur one year o study abroad as Rotary ambas sa'dors of good will. Since thifa program was established in 1917 1,594 youn men and women from 71 countries have received Hotarj Foundation Fellowships for stud} in 55 countries, with grants averaging about $2,6000. Tola grants by Tire Rotary Foundation for this activity now exceed $4.000,000. Local Itotarians will higliligh; their observance of the week n 1 their meeting Tuesday at noon al available through next week. DOWNTOWN IMPROVEMENT DESCRIBES THE NEW! PARKING AREA AT 14th < Jackson IN THE HEART OF TOWN 0. M. S\viliart. supcriiidendcnl ol Schools at Kokomo. Air. Swiharl is a -llotarian. past president ol the Richmond club and was soliool superintendent in that city before going to Kokomo. Extended Forecast NORTHERN INDIANA: Tern- peratures will average 4-7 degrees above normal high 45-52 normal low 28-34. Rising temperature trend Saturday and Sunday, then only minor day-to-day changes. Precipitation average one Lentil inch or less, with chance of showers Tuesday or Wednesday. SOUTHERN AN'D CENTRAL INDIANA: Temperatures wiU average about 5 degrees alwve normal high 52-57 normal low 33-37. Mild most of period with little or no precipitation. Chance of light rain east tonight and light showers toward middle of week. • Peprd. Beef, 4 01. 65c Corned Beef, 4 or. 65c KOSHER PICKLES i Salami, 4' or. 45c i Franks • Knackwurst COCKTAIL FRANKS Sandwiches to take out Simon's Delicatessen 707 W. 8th SI. Quotations On Stock Market NPW York Stock Exchange Noon Quotations Furnished Through Courtesy of Thomson and McKtnuna American Tel. Tel. _ ....... l Ark. & La. Gas 27 Alcoa SI' 1 22* j 30 28'.' 15 ; Chrysler _ _ 62 .... 54 221 Avc Bait. Gas & Etec IJrth. Steel flriuuu-ick ___ Duponl _ _ Kastman Kodak General Dynamics General Electric — General Motors 53Ti Goodyear 31 Inter. Harvester 46' Jdhns-ManvtJlc 4111 Minnesota Mining _ 4U MIT 12.68-1386 Montgomery Ward 27'.i National Gypsum 36 s National Tile . - 3-3! New York Central 1Z J Norfolk Western __ 95'. Olin Mathieson 2D7 Parke Davis ._ 21', Pennsylvania Ry „_ 11 Pfixer, Chas. __ 40", Radio Corp. of Am. 52', Rears Roebuck Southern Co Sperry Rand Standard Oil of If. J. - 4771 . 11 !a .'53U Standard Oil of Ind •42',a Swift & Co. _ 34 V-. Texaco 54 Texas Instruments 55' Uniim Carbide _-_ 93V U. S Steel 41',: Zenith ;. 50>i Services Listed At Perkinsville PRKINSVILLE — Church school at 9:30 a.m. and morning worship at 10:X a.m. will comprise Sunday's program at the Perkinsvillc Methodist Church. Church school at 9:30 a. r Methodist Youth Fellowship at (i p.m. and evening worship at 7:30 ).m. will be the schedule for the 3ealls Chapel Methodist Church. The Rev. Walter F. Ncal is pas- tur of both churches. Perkinsville and BealLs Chanel will have mid-week prayer serv- ces Wednesday evening. Nov. 14, at 7:30 at the Eealls Chapel Church. The United sarel in 1948. States recognized Open at 1:00—Show at SEE IT TODAY! The Biggest Action Show Ever To Come f Both In Color and New To Anderson ^a9^mmmmamar__ 'Samson" »t 3:00 • 6:40 - 9:45 • "Viking" al 1:15 - 4:50 • 8:30 The Echo's now playing at the Moose Club. Market Report (Quotations 'from Farm Bureau) No Market on Saturdays (Market closes at 1 o'clock) Local Grain •- New corn, 70-lbs. .-. 92 New Beans 2.27 Wheat l.M .61 Local Livestock (Quotations from Cmge'f .Packing C*., Inc.) Steady. 190 to 240 pounds $10.75-17.00 2-10 to 300 pounds 1C.OO-16. Sows 15. Cows 16. Calves 30. Bulls 20. Choice steers t heifers. 27.00-30. Good steers & heifers 23.00-27. Indianapolis Livestock INDIANAPOLIS (AP) (USD, •Hogs 4.000: moderately acth closing slow: bulk 25 higher; 10- lighcr on 190-240 Ib; closing mo ly steady: sows steady lo 25 hig er; 1-2 1M-225 ib !m!S 17.25-! irnund 300 head 2flO-22fl Ib 17.6 '5; mixed 1-3 130-2.10 Ib 17.1 7.25; 2-3 230-270 Ib 16.25-17.00: : 270-310 II) 10.00-16.50: 1-3 300400 sows 14.75-15.75: 2-3 400-600 4.00-14.75. Cattle <125: calves 25; n enough steers, vealers or hcife o test market; cows a c t i v steady to weak; bought-lo-arriv .wo loads choice ajid prime 12 b steers 31.00; low choice 1075 30.50; one load high good to mos y choice 11!)7 Ib 29.25; one loa iyh choice to prime 915 Ib hcife 29.00 regular trade cows 13.5 5.25. Sheep 100: not enough to te market; good and choice fa ambs 16.00-18.00; ewes 4.00-6.00 'Buddy Flight' Leaves Nov. 2, iJEIT CHANDLER An Air Force "Buddy Flight vill leave Anderson Nov. 23 t .akc basic training at Lacklan Air Force !?asc, Tex., together T. Sgt. Larry McCullough, 1 :al Air Force recruiter, said h vas hoping to enlist 20 men fo he flight. This will he the firs ill-Anderson "Buddy Flight." S; ilcCullough said. More information about th light is available at the Air Fore ecruiting office, 23'A E. 9th S Forty centuries before Chris people lived in mud-brick village and tilled the soil of the relative! fertile northern Ncgev. Black Label was electee a fine beer. Plus! Color Cartoon! And Chapter 8 of "Captain Kiild" "M^HMlMMHHMr HURRY! Tickets Will Be Scarce in a Few Days Avoid Standing in Line at Box Office ORDER YOUR TICKETS NOW! ON STAGE 5:40 , HanJ 9:15 , H . THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29TH Paramount Theater, Anderson •f HRFccnr wpwoiwfli MIW/GU/" • •- : .!•' -£D WlltVSH JEANNIE LARSON JOHN VAN DREELEN | IN RODDERS^ HAMMERSTEIN s THE SOUND OF MUSIC »»f(b/V -'.i. LINDSAY* CPSE ; DIRECT FROM THIRD SMASH ^MH ON B'WAY' . "OPUI£NT, JUNIWI, JAUNT lADtN," "BESTPICTUREI Winner of 1O Academy Award*! SEE IT TODAY ol 1:15—4:00-6:50-9:40 PRICES —^— I Adulli Ennlnj and All Day Sun. -.$1.25 J Wt«k Day Malint.i Jl.oo I Chlldr.n, ol all lim.i $ .50 II THE GREATEST THRILL CLASSIC OF AH TIKE! Officers Are ElectedBy Presbyterian! Officers were elected by the congregation of the First Prcs byterian Church Wednesday eve nins at a special Congresationa Meeting at which Dr. George S Taggart, senior minister, presided Sid M. Cleveland, clerk of UK Session, served as clerk. Th Rev. Frederick W. Lanaii, min ister of education, opened UK meeting with prayer. Elected were: Elders Wright C. Cotton, A. 0. Davis son, E. R. McKinley, Paul F Myers. George II. Surbaugh, and Kenneth Young for Uirce year terms each and Mark Matthew to fill a one-year term of elder who had resigned. Trus tees — Robert A. Austin. Job D. Baker, Howard II. Ilugbel and William P. Moroncy, Jr. wen elected for three year term: each. Deacons — Philip A. Byers Wilbur C. Crim, Richard Davis son. K. Lee. llandley. Dr. Davii McClure, Edward J. Newill, ant Richard Sears were elected fo three-year terms each. Keith H Cochran and Dr. A. E. Nealt were elected to fill out two-yeai terms each for two deacons wh< have moved away from the city C. Robert Taylor was electe< treasurer for 10G3, and J. B Martin was elected assistant treas urer for the same period. Frank H. Allis and Judy H Bolles were elected to the church nominating committee for three-year terms each, and Mrs T. C. McClintick was elected to fill out an itnexpired term of one year on the nominating commit tee. The elders and deacons-elec will be installed at the worship services on Dec. 30. The trustees and treasurers will assume of fice on Jan. ]. Robert S. Fitzgerald, chairman of the finance committee, present ed the proposed budget developed by the officers of the church The basic budget as presentee for 1963 was adopted. The Every Member Canvass will be conducted at the worship services on Sunday, Dec. 2. Some 125 men of the church undei the direction of Frank K. ZoU wil: serve in Uie Every Member Can. vass. It was announced that the Annual Congregational Meeting will be held on Jan. 9, 1963. EXPERT IS DEAD HOUSTON (UPI) — George J, icy, 67, an internationally mown handwriting expert, diet lere Thursday. Lacy, prcsiden I the American Society of Qucs- ionable Documents, was credited vith solving swindle attempts in- 'olving $100 million. 2—In Memoriam n memory of Ilnlcie Gray who tassed away 1 year ago, November . 1!J6J. Mfssf-d by those who loved icr. Son Juck Luttrell & family. J—Personal! Vant to borrow $.'1000 at 8 per cenl itcrcst. Write B & U Box 1224. untlciiian would like to meet lady, lo 35. Bill Box 1215. . Ivcry Thursday IK Baxter's Bug lay In Ehvood. We schedule ul ;ast 1 truck to Elwood every Thursay to completely rid homes ol oachcs. waterbufis. ants nr mice or only $15. All work guaranteed o your satisfaction. Call collect 14-7005. Baxter Exterminating Co. crying Madison County 25 year*. 'V tubes checked In 'your home, charge. Max Johnson. 643-7518. 4-Special Noticn ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS P. O. BOXES 1013 AND 325 PHONE 642-0002 OR 043-5313 PHANTOM OF IHE OPERA [,.-,,„»,: COLOR r otlce. New hours. 11:30 to 8 p. m. Closed Snt. Johnson's Barber Shop. 1011 E. Zftth. Cliff's Barhrr Shop, 2731 Delaware: Open 11 a.m. to in p.m. Mon. thru | Fri. Sat. B lo 5. Reg, haircuts $1. l| Chatty Cathy doll clothes, Barbie 1 weddliiK dresses, S1.5U & up Pb. 044-9340. HERBERT LOM\S HEATHER SEARS wo ™««THORLEY WALTERS STMRIK MICHAEL GOUGH HIT NO. 1 AT 3:14-6:22-9:30 PLUS HIT NO. 2 AT 1:53-5:01-8:09 "BLACK CASTLE" STARRING RICHARD GREENE & BORIS KARLOFF TICKETS (Specify Performance) )50 Prompt attention given to MAIl ORDERS. Pitas* enclose stamped, self-addressed envelope. TICKET OFFICE, J2th and Meridian Sis., Anderson OPEN 2 p.m. 'til 9 p.m. DAILY BROADWAY THEATRE LEAGUE P.O. tox 113, Andenon Phen* 643-9524 or 643-9676 LIMITED ENGAGEMENT MASTER OF VERSATILITY IMPROVIZES! SATIRIZES! ! VOLCAL1ZES! PLAYS PIANO! COMEDY! ! SPENCER 10% off on most foundation garments thru Nov. 15. Also, have lien's Sc women's elastic hose. Ph. 'or appointment 6.12-8708 or 643-8875. Children's kitchen cabinets. Ordei now for Christmas. 2733 Apache Dr. 4—Special Notices Wanted—The afied. Make my hume, vour home Treated as one of the family. Best of reference. Ph. 6439807. See the elaborate operating model 4 lane Scal- extric race track layout. Largest of its kind in the midwest. At RINKER'S 222S Columbus Ph. (43.6667 Will care for sick and elderly in my home. Good care & reasonable rales. 820 Nlchol Ave. Ph. 643-9797 PLASTIC WAlX TmLK GOOD QUALITY 2o per cent OFF. ASPHALT TILE 6c. VINYL ASBESTOS lie. nURGAN'S 8th and Main Phone 644-7290 7—Lost and Found EDCEWOOD PUZA SHOPPING CENTER Lost, brown and white Walker Fox lioimd in Ricliland Twp. Ph. 642.8690. Lost — large carton of Boiler jacket & small carton of imok* stack. Re- •ard. Ph. 643-6903. Lost — Gold earrings, initials "BJK". Reward. WriU B&H Box M-1216. 8-Inttruction KEYSTONE REAL ESTATE School 724 So. Keystone. Indianapolis. nigh passing percentage! 4 Qualified instructors. S60 cash or terms. Day or nf£ht classes. Enroll now! I.earn to drive & park In dual control car. Former Driver Examiner. Ph. 644-4970. 644-9108. PRIVATE ORGAN ft PIANO LESSONS. Edna G. Kelly. 1309 Locust. 10—Beauty, Barber Shops EZJCYUl will like our Haircuts. f! ft 51.25, Hrs. 9-7: Closed Mon. Tin Ken-Bok Shop 1410 Brown St. Fashion Beauty Salon MONDAY ONLY » PERMANENT COMPLEX* DIAL 644-5716 CECELIA'S BEAUTY SHOP Call about our BEAUTY BUDGET DAYS. 449 Cltl/cn Bk. Bldg. Ph. 643-3754 NO APPqiNyMENT_NECESSARY Model Beauty Shop Permanent.? $5.50 to $15.00 complete ALL WORK GUARANTEED Corner 23th A Jackson Ph. 642-6710 rent, lease or sale—a barber - Imp In an old established location. All newly decorated, new cqufp- npnt. You can't miss, thf business theref The former Bill ~" 10-kMiuty, Donild'i Beauty School, Inc. MO Local office of nationwide conce need* 6 men for permanent poi tlon. Special requirements — ties nvss and honesly. For Interview phone (14-7191. 9 to It noon. W. 12th. Permanent* 'w.95 up Shampoo A Mt 11.00, 11.50. 644-9491. U—ButiiiMt StrvicM, C«n. I'HEE ESTIMATES ON GUTTER V.'OHK PH. 64I-U294 or 6CJ-KJI2 Tree removing, topping, ft trlr ing. Insured. Phone 642-3336. SURVEYING PH. 6U-7254 Custom Slaughtering Sanitary conditions. State inspected Cut, wrapped and frozen (or you free/er. Sugar curlnf ind Hlclcor: smoking. HHINV'S LOCKER BKKVICE 1213 £. 23RD. PH. 643-183 Fireplace wood for sale. Tree trim rning & cutting. Ph. 641-1318. RAM FI..ATFORD Septic tanks & sewers cleaned, $21 a tank. Ditching, back-fillinjj, insta laterals. All work guaranteed. 1714 East nth Phone 644*7281 LOT SURVEYING MARTIN MILLING. EXGR. 1101 Delaware Ph. 644-9987 CUSTOMER PARKING Ceramic tile tub enclosures $fi! labor and material. Ph. 643-3778. 13—Appliance Service No need to send Sunbeam appliance to factory — \Vc repair them here Provence Electric 1005 Main Phone 6«-787 Reconditioned TV's and appliances Complete TV and appliance service Save 50 per cent on TV pictur tubes. Appliance Warehouse. 1401 Main. Ph. 643-5996 till 9 p.iru 14—Building Contractor* Remodeling, nil kinds. Terms. dHay. Ph. 642-0010. Aluminum sid Ing, ceiling tile. S26.50 s(\. Free estimates on basement rooms room additions, built - ins. atti rooms, carports, garages, remodel Inc of any kind. Financed locally nothing down up to $10.000. We d all jobs large or small. CaU th lumber number now 644-6631. Madison County Lumber 1421 Jackson. Open Wed^Aftgrnoon* REPAIRING OR REMODELING carpentry, masonry, plumbing painting and roofing. Hour or job Ph. 642-2524. REMODEL NOW! 1 MILLION TO LOAN MATTHEW LUMBER Corner 8th John Ph. 644-667 Garages, room additions, attics and basements finished. Fully insurec ixpert workmanship. Priced richl Call 643-3337, 7 to 5 p.m. After Era 643-2712. Ceramic Tile Installed PHONE 643.4410 ROOM ADDITIONS - GARAGES. ALUM. SIDING — REMODELING FREE ESTIMATES NO MONEY DOWN IIP TO 5 YEARS TO PAY Peterson Lumber Co. 1710 OHIO AVE. PH. 844-889 WANTED; (No job too small) He modeling, cement work. KaraRe call for free estimate. Dial G44-4305 eral remodeling k home 1m provrments. Call 643-3337. 7 t p.m. After hrs. 642-1105. 15—Carpentry Repairing, remodeling & concret work. Satisfaction uuar. 644-4142. Carpentry, remodeling & concret work. Satisfaction guar. 644-2390. lemoriclinp. & Repairing—Reference Reasonable. 30 yr. cxp. 644-6347 eve 16A—Crave), Sand, Ston* BLACK TOP DIRT S7.50. 5 yd. Id. WHITE LIMESTONE J:).25 TON, FILL & GRAVEL. 043-9074. driveway stone & gravel, top dirt, ill dirt, grading. Ph. 613-68112. Stone, gravel and sand. Phone 378-3351 BANK RUN i GRAVEL TOP 4 FILL DIRT Moss Island Gravel PH. 843-D824 Gravel—Dirt—Stone Phone 643-7461 SCREAMIN' BEEMAN Driveway Gravel LIMESTONE MYERS GRAVEL AND SAND CO. .lexandrla Pike Phone 644-Ml» Gravel—dirt—grading A. 11. KELLEY — PHONE 843-5314 17—Hauling and Moving rREE SURGERY & ODD JOBS 3 PI. 043-6102. HAULING ALL KINDS & TREE SERVICE. INS. PH. 642-0168. lauling, all kinds. Anytimt, any- vhere. Ph. 644-5971. 18—Pointing, Poperhanging nsldc & outside painting, paper lunging. Cleaning A: painting rut ers. 642-8345. W. H. Campbell. 'alnlins. paper hanging, carpenter vork. cabinets. Invisible platter matching. Fireplaces. Free estimates. Ph. 643-0226 or 642-4541. 'AUL J. HIGH 643-0921 nr 644-9170 'aper hanging, patch plutcr, itcim- ng, wall paper samples. 19—Plumbing, Heating NEW OIL STOVES !i PRICE PIPE THREADING Pendleton Ave. Hdwe. 020 Pendleton Ave. Ph.644-9043 ->-".. nil makes. 24 hr. serv., work guar. Ph. 642-3319, 5 p.m. to 8 a.m., 2 noon to i p.m. PLASTIC SEWER PIPE VERXOX'5 5TH 4 MAIN 20—Sewer Cleaning Field's Roto.Rooter—Sewer i drain cleaning. 2011 Morton. Ph. 644-6270. burdock & Bertram septic tank leaning &- sewer line service. Pep- tc tanks installed. All work guaranteed. 24 hr. service. Pli 643-9819 CHESTY'S Septic service. Rebuilt and pumped. Seasonable. Ph. 643-I48R. 22-Help Wanted, Male DISPATCHER TRAINEE Large trucking company has open- Ing for young man wanting n career in trucking. Start In Northeast Indiana, but must be willing to re-locate at end of training. Beginning salary of 5450 with fine potential. Good company, (many openings) VAN LANINGH.VM EMPL. SERV. 16 And. Bk. Bids. 643-6653 Licensed Employment Agency SALESMAN 'ermanent. local, career sales po- Ition. J100. per week to start. Prp. er H.S grad.. married, aces 25-40 3 honc Mr. Raclford. 643-6663. 0—6 '.M. AJtcr5ph.642.S822. M-H«lp WANTED First Class die makers Floyd Pcnrod & Sons Tool & Engineering Corp. • 1208 W. 2nd St. Muncie, Ind. Apply In Person DARBER WANTED. BELVIDF.RE BARBER 'SHOP OVERTIME Desijjnfjrs Trim Die Diccast Die Plastic Mold Product Design Dctailcrs Long term program. Contact Herman R. Martin. Wanted YOUNG .MAN FOR INVESTIGATOR Rapid advancement for right ma in on-job train in K program. See Mr. Rex C. Pope. BENEFICIAL FINANCE 123! Meridian Wanted — Experience Chef. Part-time or ful time. The White Spot St. Rd. 9 & 28, Alex. Part time salesman. Should hav retail experience. Inquire Cuaran tee Auto. JSdgcwood Plaza. High school graduates, part tim or full time, dny or evenings. Wor in pleasant enjoyable surroundings meeting the public. Inquire in per son at McDonald's Drive In, 132' Jackson St. for interview, Thtirs day or Friday of this week. Experience truck tire changer ; well as passenger. Rollinger Gei eral Tire Inc., 619 West 14th St. Steady barber. Apply to Stan Booz Marshall's Barber Shop. 724 Main 23-Help Wanted, Female TYPIST — one girl downtown office*. 5 days. 9-5. (and others of course) VAN LAN INCH AM EMPL. SERV. 310 And. Bk. Bldfi 643-665,1 (licensed employmen agency BOOKKEEPING MACHINE OP- ERATOIl. If you have had bookkeeping machine experience or training, let us discuss this opening with you. VAN LANINGIIAM EMPL. SKKV. (licensed employ- rnent agency), 316 And. Bk. Bldg, 643<6653. Wanted—middleagcd white Jady t stay nights with invalid lady. Als work Saturday. Preferably West side. B & H Box M 1225, Physician's aid, befiinning Jatia 15, 1963. Mature woman of plcasan manner and appearance. Typing nd previous office e-xperlenuc nee cssary. medical experience desira >le. Give full details of expcrioni:< and enclose small photo. Please Write B & H Box 1213. . . ably to small children. Call 378-5181 but wee G and y::to A.M. Baby sitter. 7:45 a. m. to 5:15 p. m Ph. G43-Q134 after 8 p. in. Woman to be trained lor sales re Ji-esentative in full time t ravelin iob. No solicitation. No experienci icressnry. Good starting salary. 1 own car used, liberal car nllownncc Playland Studio. Paramount FlItlR Ph. 643-0755 for appointment wit jersonnel Manager, between 8 a.m o^5 p.m. After 5 p.m. Ph. 644-2107 iVomnn to care for children. Moi for home than wages. Call 643-Bi: after 2:30 p.m. iVaitrcss wanted. Pizza Queen Restaurant. 1717 Meridian 3cauty operator with Pay COT* commission. 1553 after 7 p. in. following Call &12 need extra money? Christas Is near. Be Santa's helper and help pay the bills. Ph. 642-7000. TUPPERWARE SPELLS OPPORTUNITY! For full or part time employment call Ken-Venience Sales. 6-14-1919 Eves. 644-1021. 24—Help, Male—Female Excellent opportunity for part time work. This job requires an aggres^ sive person with drive and perseverance and, can be very reward- ng financially for the right person. Tor information write P. O. Bo: 1027. Ajiderson. Indiana. Salad lady; also meat cutter for steam table Experienced only neec apply. Farris Cafeteria, 12th & Jackson. 25-Agents, Salesmen IM MED1AT E~OPENiNG Excellent opportunity for marriei men with sales background. Agu Anderson Home Maint. ALL TYPES IIEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING |flfl & oil furnaces. We service & This is n high type sales position vith national concern. Only men who ire sincere, honest & have a desire o achieve success need apply, De ails discussed in personal interview inly. Ph. 643-B089. BEECHNUT FOODS lave opening for man 25 to 32, o call on supermarkets in Anderon and vicinity. Car furnished or ;ar allowance. Salary, expense, re irement. insurance. At home every night. Reply to E. V. Ruth. P.O. Box 20152, Indianapolis, give age. ducaiion and grocery experience. WANT TO TALK to a married man who is presently employed &. making less than $5000 per year 'ho is limited in earning Jt ad- ancemcnl. Ph. 644-4712 for persona] ntorview. "EXAS CHEMICAL CO. needs ma o take over Anderson territory. Up o $16,000 in a year, plus startin onus of $1,000 for right man. Writ onfidential letter to President. Box 373. Fort Worth 1. Texas. Salesman wanted, B&J Seating & Home Improvement Co., 1023 N. Broadway. FOOD SERVICE MANAGERS aga Food Service has openings or outstanding young men. Experience desirable but not noccs- ary. Many opportunities for ad- ancoment. Very dcslrablt work- LAST AD. 'oil will ever have to answer. If ou have the desire and willingness o work 8 hours per day and are JUE TO RECENT EXPANSION •e need married man with high "**ool education, over 21, for one the top paying route jobs in the Anderson area. Wages and benefits discussed at personal interview. Write B&H Box M-11D7 16-Situat!oni Wanted Retiree In Rood health want* part time job. Call 643-0715. Wanted—Children to car* for. Pre. ferto live In. 2527 Halford. Wishing, ironino & mending. Ph. S4J-6875. CLEANING, BY THE DAY HEP- 'Okini-foVT'perTnanent position" K "™CES. WHITE. PH. !.".?.'- K?V?,.?" r . A 1 " 1 . 1 " . al >'?. 1". start Will keep house for widowed mid. stand. 907 Pendleton. Inqulrt at furnished. Come to 2H04 Ethel Ave Muncie H A.M. to 5 P.M WANTED— One .young man for full time work, also two men for part time A wrfkcnris. 1820 Jackson. Wanted, top notch^fadicTVTV^ser vice m.in, good pay. steady job. Only experienced need apply Write B * H Box M 1222. Service man wanted, ixptrtenre necessary. Inquire frunrinte* Ante, Edjewood Pla/a, in country. Ph. (43-2128! MILLER H1I.I.S. PH. 378-7C62. WANTED TO DO IRONINGS. PH. 643-8793. Yard work, light )t heavy hauling. I'h 64.1.0688 Ironlngt «.J3 Washing A Ironing, 14. Exp. & rel. Ph. 643-1593. Sewin* ft aUeralions, reasonable prices. 1814 Jackson. Ph. 644-1652. ?7-Ch!ld Cmn Want children to keep In my horn Reference. 1418 B. 31st. Ph. «42 1381). ___ Children to care for in my homi anytime. Experienced & ref. Gun antced loving care. H'h. 643-7640. 2t-Buiin«» Opportunity* LIQUOR STORE Package neighborhood store-owne has excellent reason lor sellln this profitable operation. Let . 316 And. Bk. .Bids. 643-665 Coin-op, laundry store lor undc $8,000.00. Easy payments. A rea urliinily. Write B&H .Box M-181 Mnjor oil company has service »t. tion for lease.' Paid training program and financial assistance availab fur right party. Call 642-3212 for ap poinlment. After 5 P.M. Call Pendl ton 778-3255 Qollrct. MOTELS FOR SALE 10 to 100 units 48 State Coverage Phillip E. Mill.cr Member of Motel Brokers Association of America 231 Citizens Bank Bldg. Ph. 642.21 29—Miscellaneous For Sal* ELECTRIC-MOTOR REPAIRING ACME SUPPLY CO. 1518 OHIO AVE. PH. 644-506 WeslinKhouse electric dryer, fui guaranteed. No ' money down, on. $58. Anderson Appliance. 1404 Mcr dtan. Ph. 044-4121. Bcndix f>as dryer, fullv guarantee No money down, only S48. Anderso Appliance, 1404 Meridian. Ph. 64 4121. v 10 wooden storm windows & screens 1. 2 pc. modern, brown, nylon couch 2 blond end tables: 1 blond coffc able: 1 blond corner table: 2 lamp Ph. 643-3116. Nice desk with fold in typewrite space; apt. size gas stove, refrig swivel rocker. Ph. 643-0387. MOTOR SALE Blower motors—Jet pump motors Compressor motors, etc. These are new motors and they ar not competitive grade motors. 1-3. \'- 2 , 3i and J H.P. Your Chance to get a good moto at dealer prices. ACSIK SUPPLY CO. 1518 OHIO AVE. Save fuel by paneling. Furring strips 2c ft. Line's, 2H Broadway. Ph. 644-9805^ Boy's shoe skates, size 6; Boy Scou uniform, size 12. Ph. G42-77G1. 30 gal. G.E, electric water heater Quick recovery. Reasonable. 642 0678. General line of antiques Shop now open. 1421 Highway 67 West. Lump coal, $14.50 delivered. He; galore, no clinkers. Ph. 642-9435. TWO 6' SHOWCASES. PH. 370-5181 LAYAWAY NOW FOR CHRISTMA Hlarc. Mattel's talking horse, reg S47.B5 now $29.95; also electric roa race, reg. $29.95 now $22.95. We ca order any item for you that Is in our store. Special price on shoes, limited sup ply. KILEY'S VARIETY STORK 2525 E. 3rd. Open til B 1 Church furniture, AJtaa 1 , cho: rails, communion tables, May seen at Park Plstcn Methodis Church. 4;3P to 7 p. m. Fri . Nov. 9 Indiana lump coal, 513 ton fo truck load Ph. 644-8653. Antique love scat & 4 pr. draperie Ph. 642-2338. Used doors and large sash, st& drums. Duo Therm stove, chca] Ph. 643-3476. Wanted. Used Republic pas con version burner. Ph. 642-9774 White Paint $1.99 Gal "909" BRAND BARGAIN LEADER 325 Meridian Opp. Courlhous Store your mower & outboard motor. Service on mowers, chain saws outboards, motors. Gibbs Small Engine Co 820 PARK AVE. PH. 642-5636 Blond baby bed $10. Lionel elcctri train with mounted track & acces sories $75. Ph. 643-4063. Sec the amazing Home Sanilatioi jnit that ends mopping, dusting Throw your brooms, mops, dus mops and sweepers away. For a free home demonstration with abso lutely no obligation, phone 64.1-5970 Zip • Zag sewing machine, new needs no attachments, $33. 280 Walton after 6 p.m. Use niilldin-llcrald Classifieds 1962 Model Automatic Zig Zag Sewing Machine Slightly Ysed, cannot be told fron nc\v. with guarantee. Makes fane, designs automatically with eilhe one or twp needles, plus sews o mttons, makes buttonholes and mor ograms. No attachments neeriec Pay balance due of S38.40 or assum payments of $6.40 per month. Cal -.43-6584. Desks AJl kinds and all prices, for offici or home. We do complete oifici ayouts. MILLER I1UGG1NS. INC. Right on Meridian at 1212 Business Machines fypfwrltcrs. adding machines, cal etilators, etc. We sell, service am ' MILLER HUOGINS. INC. RiEht on Meridian at 1212 Repossessed Sale S349.95 Comb. wash, dryer $297.88 S249.95 23" Blond TV $227.8 239.!)5 Automatic Washer $197.8n 20D.95 ELECTRIC Dryer $137.38 ;l59.n5 20" Electric: Range S127.B8 1 99.95 SEWING MACHINE S 87.88 i CP.95 SEWING CABINET S 47.88 i 9.95 Television Stand J 4.8 NO MONEY DOWN 36 Months To Pay Montgomery Ward —POWER TOOLS— See the New Delta tool specials low on bench saus, drill presses ointcrs, etc. EASY TERMS . R. W. GEETING SALES 60! E. 10TH ST. OPEN TILL 8 Lucite -. 81.99 Cal, Asphalt Alum. RCK. 4.05 gal43.D5 ioof Coatln; '" ' ' VALL PAINT " 5.77 gal . . $2.99-5 gal Roof Coating (fibre VALL PAINT Good house paint $3.95 for $2.95 gal FRISCO PAINTS 15 West I9th nerials, lead-in wire, tubes _ prices. Turner Radio-TV., 2019 herman. G.E. AUTOMATIC WASHER. FUL LY GUARANTEED. NO MONEY DOWN. ONLY $68. ANDERSON AP 'LIANCE, 1404 MERIDIAN. PH 44-4121. RENTAL SERVICE Air Compressor. Heaters. Sewer leaner. Coffee Makers, Auto Tools SAVE TIME 4 »$$ BETTER :ESULTS with good equipment . . . 'anderbur E. 5th—Nursery 6-13-874' 'OPAZ the November birthstone. 'ink. blue, white, golden. All Genine, & sizes .up to 165 cts- IN'DIANA LAPIDARY SUPPLIES 107 Meridian St. Ph. 643.9513 .oTB Ironer, sllg acrifice. Ph. 644-5038 illy used. Will DISCOUNT PAINT BARGAINS ON ALL PAINT Buy 1 Gallon Got 1 Gallon FREE OF KXTIIA TOST NO LIMIT Mary Carter Paints .- 2804 Nichol \vf. Phone &44-1344 644-1652.iNext to M«rah.Tam'«, St. RdTsi W.I, 2*-MiK*ll«n«ov* for Sal* Wcsttnghous* washer Jc dryer: IS ft. freeicr: oil harni-rt 5 ft. tandutn disc; grader blade It lllp. Ph. ftt* 9091 niter 5. New C-5 110MEL1TE CHAIN SAW Can be converted from direct tn gear drive In 9 minutes. MK1.V1N 1IK.NUEKWN SALKS St. Rd. 8 South Ph. 841-8177 ~ ANTIQUES — AND UNFINISHED FURNITURE LAY-AWAY NOW rOK XMAS POLAND'S 1229 Her. •Wtrm Morning" GAS HEATERj •AH Sizes—Low easy terms. OPEN EVENINGS TILLS ROGER'S Furniture 411 Pendleton Avt. Ph. 643.03W Across from Bert OwcM let Cre»ra Upholstery Fabrics END OF BOLTS. » k *3 YARD S:00 to 9 weekdays, 9:00 to 8 Sat. Ruth's Odds li Ends Shop Shirley, Ind. Alum, storm doors & windows. Manufactured in our shop. All type of glass & screen repairs. DONNELLY'S 4 Grand Ave. Ph. 643-6633 Room additions, roofing, garages, nlum. siding. Financing. Call 643* 3337, 7 lo 5 p.m. After hrs. 642-1105. PLUMBING SUPPLIES RAY SMITH SUPPLY COMPANY 1113 Madison Ave. e43-37SJ Lump coal, $14.50 delivered. Heat galore, no clinkers. Ph. 642.9435. INSULATION Be more comfortable in cummer and winter, reduce heatliix bills bj S n *lNSUL-FIBRE. BLOWN-1N, INSULATION. K—24 RATING JOHNS' ELECTRIC Ph. 644-1551 Licensed — Bonded — Insured Bring your TV tube testing to Housh TV Service 254 W. 37th. Get a 25% Discount on all tubes. GRAVELY TRACTORS AUTHORIZED DEALER Anderson RR 3 ' Ph. Lapel 877 251h St. & Hamil. Rds. 1st house W. INDIANA LUMBER Open All Day Saturday Chalk boards ind Bulletin boardi, 52.59 to $3.29. 2240 Broadway Phone 643-5481 Automatic Garage Door Operators. S135. or SI 65. Installed. Ph. 644-4137 FUEL OIL WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS Modern Home Equip. 314 EAST 21ST. PH. e44-»130 Trade for new Huffey J24.95 up IIAYNES BICYCLE SHOP 108_W._22ND - OPEN EVENINGS 1" ALUM. STORM DOORS $19.95 WELDED WINDOWS $12.95 SCREENS MADE TO ORDER. JONES_ MFG. CO. Ph. 644-8S31 Fix your old TV up. No down pay. mont. Max Johnson. 643-7518. "GLASS REPAIRS On aluminum door and window Inserts. MODERN FABRICATING SKRVICE 2-lth & Madison Ave. Ph. 643-8794 29A-Sports, Boats, Motori '62 CAMPER. PH. 443-8130. Johnson Sea Horse MOTORS — IDfi! MODELS AUTHORIZED DEALER DORSETT BOATS. MOUNDS MARINE Now located on the point bctwceit old 32 & new 32. Chesterfield. Phones 378-50G6 or 378-7361. Like new Iflfll Thompson 22 ft. Cruiser. 70 H.P., Mercury motor, Gator trailer. Ph. (342-3001). WHY WAIT? THE FAMILY WILL THRILL TO THE SPARKLING BEAUTY. SNAPPY PERFORMANCE AND MINIMUM CAHE OF OUH SCOTT BOATS AND MOTORS. Clay's Sporting Goods 217 E. Cross St. Dial 044-4823 Guns, automatic, pump Runs, single barrels. 16. 12 &. 410. Ph. 043-50M. Johnson Sea Horse Authorized Dealers BOATS— Tn AIDERS— HITCHES MAKING SUPPLIES "Where good service It not a sideline" Service on outboards, power mow ers & small engines, GENE & BROWNIE'S 627 Meridian Ph. 844-600J 30-Auetion Sales STEWART AUCTION SALE SAT. NIGHTS—7 P.M. Furniture Retail Weekdays Ph. 6-12-9758 4415 51. Rd. 67 E, WE BUY AND SELL Quality Used Furniture PETTY'S AUCTION 1001 W. 24th Ph. 644-7M6 or 642-0581 31— Rummage Soles 3nhy, children & adults, formnls, nlsc. Fri. thru Sun. 1612 Catherin* Dr. Ph. 642-6257. Alj_welcome. Jood used clothing. Fur coat, dishea !t misc. Fri. & Sat. 8 to 6. 1629 Brown. Antique iron bed; electric sewing nachine: decanter bottles; new cab- net hardware 1 ; new cabinet doors: Coleman Innlern * misc. All dav Snt-^OS W. Bin. :iothinjt & niisL-. Also, baked goods A la hie of nearly new items. Sat. 1 In -1 .it VWCA. M4 W. llth iummage sale Fri. & Sat !J a in • •i P. m. Clocks, high rhairs, cloth- UK «: misc. 2306 K. 5th. in base-lent. (uinmnge Nov. 16 & 17. Adult & children's clothing, lots of misc. A ew antiques. 22141,3 W. 9th. Vomen's, men's, children's, clothing t misc. 1512 Lincoln. Fri. 5 P.M to 0 P.M.. Sat. 9 A.M. to 5 P.M.. Sun. Jifrxmns." P ' M - a " WClCOme - ° P(m ioroptimist rummage sale Fri A Snt. fl lo 5. 1628 Fairvicw. Jood clothinfj & misc. Thurs Fri i Sat. 9 to 5. At OKI Crescnt Dr. off of W. .18th St. Used article sale. Also Bean Sun- ler. Park Place Methodist Church. :30 to 7 p. m. Fri.. Nov. 0. Big rummage sale. ;i02T?airvicw. lasement. Tliurs.. Fri. A Sal 8-31) o 4:30. Good merchandise, tovs Inthing. & lots of misc. Everyone velcome. Rummage sale. 2IOG E. 7lh. Thurs., Fri. S: Sat. shoe skates, toys, misc.' HG And. vcr Rd. Ph. 643-4787. Meadow, irook REDUCTION SALE Costume jewelry, cashmere sweat- rs and skirts, coats, blouses, cock- ail dresses, Handmacher suits all arand names and sizes. Men's hirts 16 and 16'i, small boys cloth* ng. infants to size 8. 3.114 Columbus .ve.. Thursday. Friday and Satur- ay. 8:30 a ITL to 8 p. m. •lothcs misc. & toys! Metal work cnches. 2203 Broadway. Everyone 'clcomc. dult and children's clothing Toyi nd misc. All welcome. Thursday nd Friday 9 to 5. 710 W. 34th St •hurch benefit rummage of women's & children's lothes & miscellaneous. Everyone vclcome. Basement, 135 East h"n. North Anderson. umm.icc at 326 W. 41h formerlr JJ35 W. I Ith. Rest of week rices slashed at 302,1 Mounds Hd. -ols of clothing, dishes, misc. All olcoine. lA-Clothing, Shots full length Mouton coat, like nru ;e 12. Ph. 643-6720. ... coat, si?e 18. in fair condition. ». Call al 719 Prospect. mM top coit7 ladies dreirrs. c'fSi «!•?;. ^ r>> '*' •*'"»«!, lizc S-1J.

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