Anderson Daily Bulletin from Anderson, Indiana on December 17, 1962 · Page 8
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Anderson Daily Bulletin from Anderson, Indiana · Page 8

Anderson, Indiana
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Monday, December 17, 1962
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PACK f ANDERSON DAILY IULLITIN MONDAY, DICtMIU 17, PAGI 9 Army Notes Enlistments Eighteen recent enlistments by men of the Anderson and M»di»on County urea h»ve b**n rc- iwrted by the local Ami}' re- Quirks In The News LONDON (UP1) - The U.S. Embassy got uneasy last week when people kept telephoning to nsk who was the American am- cruitcr, Set. Burkctt. 1 Class Herman bassador in Russia. Information desk kept replying Enlisting from Araterson were: Rdlph Ellingwood. 17. Tor three years, unassigned: John Michal* Gerry, 22, [or three years in the Arm}' Security Agency; diaries Russell Howard, in. for Uiree years, unassigncd; Thomas Gene Kirk. 19. for three years in the Army Combat Construction Engineers; Dewcy McLin, 18, for three Foy Kohler. Finally, «n embassy employe isked Uie next caller why .all the interest in the »mbafsador. "It's i question in a newspaper cross word puzzle," the caller replied. DENVER (UPI) — Officials arc not sure they have • case against vean' in Uie Army Security James Henderson, 31, scheduled Agency; James Darrell Keesling,'" ' 1 -~ l '"•" ( ~<"" '" """" to stand ' today for assault 17, for three years, unassigned; Stephen Vern Okcn, 20, for three years in the Military Police; Ronald Porter, Harry Sayres and William J. Wallace, for three years unassigncd, under, the Army' Buddy plan; Michael L. rtoland, for three years in Airborne: Ronald R. Rogers. Army Air Defense -Command, and Sgt. Ira Richardson, reenlisting in t he Army Air Defense Command. Thomas Heady, 20, and Elmon B. Ncese, 18, both of Elwopd, enlisted recently, Heady joining the Airborne and-Neest the regular Army, unassigned. Kay Edwin Cox, 22, Alexandria, enlisted for three years in the Army Security Agency, Carl Lefler, 17, Shirley, enlisted for three years in the Corps of Engineers. Larry Turner of DateviU* enlisted for Airborne training. Cunningham Pupils To Present Program ALEXANDRTA-Pupils of the Cunningham School will presen a Christmas program Tuesday night at 7:30 at the school. Mrs Thomas Thomas Jr. will be in charge of the event. The Cunningham Band, directed by Everett Rossow, will play several selections. to commit murder on Mrs. Rutl Haskctt, 32, last April 28. She charged Henderson shol her five times, dragged, her to he bathtub and tried to drown or, and, when she fought her •ay out. forced her into the bed oom where he tried to smother wr with a pillow. The couple was reported m«r ied in Wichita, Ktn., last week CHESTER. England (UPI)- iusinessman James Bottom, 50 nnmmced today he has changci is name, to Bottome which hymes with Rome. "It sounds better on the tele 'hone." he explained. YMCA SCHEDULE TUESDAY Luncheons 12:00 Rotary 12:00 Exchange Dinners 6:00 Chief Anderson Lions 6:00 Mounds Kiwanis 6:15 Philatliian Class 6:30 Mrs. Hartley , 7:00 Euchre Club Meeting! 7:30 Highlanders 7:30 Tri Gamma Physical Schedule t;00 College Men's Advanced Swim 4:00 Boys' Skill Action Class 5:00 Boys' Open Dip 5:30 Volleyball 7:00 Father-Son Gym and Swim Men's Open Swim 9:00-3:00 5:30-8:00 Basketball Schedule 7:00 GMI vs. Anaconda 8:00 Chesterfield Merchants vs Galbraith's 1:00 Emge's vs. Lynch We buy guns. Gun Barn TRY OUR NEW MIRACLE SERVICE TODAY Coin Dry Cleaning In our Coin Laundry 70% Fister! (It tekei only 20 mlnutei) Enter t* aw thu u •utomaUc washer Experienced counselor on duty to assist Wear everything immediately Especially economical on drapes and slip coveri GXAYDON COWER ilonor Roll For MJHS Announcer Madison Heights Junior Higl School Principal Butler Crawfon has announced special mention and honor roll students for the second six weeks of the first sem ester, as follows: 9th Gradt Special mention — Mike Coy ner, Tommie Delaplane, Lisa Die zen, Nancy Hollar, Steve Hull Kathy McVicker, Vickie Perkux and Ron Thornburg. Honor Roll — Linda Allen, Bon nie Anderson, Nita Anderson, Scot -y Bahler, Tom Baqner, .lane Beasley, David Bronnenberg, De cna Chambers, Minot Cleveland Cleveland, Charles Crouse, Gayl Dailey, Jack Daley, Dave Darling on, Tomas Dixon, Jean Doenges Susan Dowman, Elaine Edens jandel Ellis, Leesa Farwick, Vic tie Fee, Mike French, Marci Green, Jim Grimes, Mary An •um, LaJayne Hackney, Die larruff, Steve Hayden, and Rut riitchcock. Susan Hufler, Jeanie Hull, Nan cy Hunt, Sherry Jackson, Die larrett, Mike Jarvis, Dougla Johnson, RuUi Johnson, Cheo Jones, Judy Jones, Chuck Kituey Jeff Kuhn, Steve Lortz, Chad Ma nis, Ilona Marquand, Jill Ma thews. Vicki Maupin, Mike Me Fall. Alex Mclntire, Melinda Me Mahan, Carol Meggs, Barbar Miller, Maretta Miller, Roge Moore, Linda Pettigrew, Joyc Porter, Lonnie Nichols, KaL Pursley, Linda Ray, Debbie Re dick, Linda Renner, Linda Hitch hart, Mailyn Hitter, Jim Roberta Roger Salstrom, Alma Seal, Qiris ty Sharp and Steve Shoemaker Sue Space, David Stone, Jac Taylor, Karen Thomas, Jan Wa ker, Ken Webb, Linda Wertz, Die Wohlberg, Melanie Wright, Rob bie Yates, Steve Winkel, an Linda Willingham. 71h Grade Special Mention — Anne Brew ster, Fred Donaldson, Tom Fitz simmons, Linda Fox, Karen Ge' hart, Karelsue Hull. Edith Ricl ardson, John Ritehison, Su* An Sheppard, Terry Smith, Jaequ ine Taylor, Kathleen Wagne Beth Weddell and Mary Wininge Honor Roll — Ronald Anc: lurly Bee Berry, Carlene Bovi' Richard Bowers, Paul Bowma Micky Bowman. Dan Branijza left Brock, Steve Burgan, Fre 3uller, Connie Byrne. Candy Cai Larry Carr, Eddie Catcs, D a I Colliver, Shelly Conrad, Lind Darlington, Dean Donnelson, Co nie Douglas, Mike Dulin, Brui Edgeman, Tim Forbes, Cinday Glazer, Dave Grimes, John Hartley, Patty Harvey, Dal* Hostel- Jer, Charles Humphries, Maraha Humphrey, Teresa Hymer, Karin Jone», Walter Keith, Tom Kingery, Deborah Lacey, Martin Larch, Kay Larson, Shery Lew- chanfa and Marlene Luther. Shirley Meggs, Maria McCoy, Myra Mitchell, Ken Morgan, Jefl Morse, Roger Noland, Nancy Oliver, Diana Penry, Judy Records Jim Regenold, Lana Richardson Jim Savage, Sheryl Scheppers Steve Short, Scott Smith, Jim Sparks, Trent Stephenson, Mike Swain, Robert Swede, Elizabeth Taylor, Curtis Thacker, Miki Wheat, Cathy White, Anne Wil merman and Linda Willingham liams. Barbara Young, David Zim MORE BEAUTIFUL LONG-NEEDLE SCOTCH PINE CHRISTMAS TREES Your Choice - None Higher BONUS BUY SNOW FLAKE SNOW Spray Can 1.49 Garland Rope Bundles of Greenery OPEN TIL 8 P.I. CHRISTMAS EVE CLOSED CHRISTMAS DAY OPEN WEDNESDAY, DEC. 26TH, 8A.M. Hi AT CHRISTMAS LIGHTS •s YAMS Sweet Potatoes HERE'S A GIFT THAT'S SURE TO PLEASE ANY WOMAN ON YOUR GIFT LIST CORNING WARE Guaranteed not to crock from quick Ismpera- tur» chang». TaV*> from frttttr to rangt, to tobU for ftittlv* tntertainlng. We Carry Corning Wort'i CompUt* lint Any Pi«c*>, Lid, Hancftt, «te. Scld Separatt-ly Priced From $^95 up u PARK hi Ntw Ut Juit J ll«clc South STAR iSCHINA CO. 9th and Main Phone 644-7122 CALIFORNIA, NAVAL SEEDLESS ORANGES JONATHON APPLES SHOPPING IS FCiyAT PAY LESS.. Fun, you soy? Look at it this way - isn't it always fun when you're getting more for your money? Well, here's a big, friendly super market overflowing with all sorts of goodies that are priced so low, you'll wonder why you hadn't shopped here before. What a satisfaction it can be to feed your family the best-and yet keep well within your budget. Ybu'll discover nationally advertised brands on every shelf-in every department. And what a wide variety of merchandise-everything imaginable not only for your festive Christmas Dinner -but for all those other meals you prepare the other 364 days of every year. Make the Pay Less test - see how you can save! STKAND INDOOR LAMPS BURN INDEPENDINTLY A PAY LESS VALUI QUALITY BLUE RIBBON Babee Doll Vinyl, Unbreakable Movable Legs and Arms Large 20 In. Tall A REAL PAY LESS VALUE AT CHECK AND COMPARED HOW YOU SAVE! Nibleti Corn All Purpoi* Shortening Swift'ning Scot Beautiful Blooming POINSETTIAS 2 Blooms . 3 Blooms . 4 Blooms . Paper Towels Reynold!, htavy duty Alum. Wrap Nettle's (2c off) Choc. Morsels 17 01. 3lb. can larg* rail 25 ft. roll 6 01. pkg. Potted Mums $2. £O OO ?Z.7O $3.98 $1.98 Cyclamens and Gloxinias Yuban Instant COFFEE YUBAN _£,/ torn:?, J Gtyf&e* 5 Oz. Jar 69 YUBAN Coffee ±67* U.S. EXTRA FANCY WASHINGTON STATE i List With PACKS U.S. FANCY MICHIGAN APPLES 72 Siz* 88 Size Box 100 Siz* 4 California Naval Seedless Orang DftV *r 1 48 Larg* Siz*-56 AC Size-72 Siz* 113 Siz* 4.98 -Domino Powd.r.d or Brown Sugar None Such, Mince Meat Sunihin* Yellow Hawaiian Pch Dromedary Fruits & Peels Betty Cracker Pie Crust Mix Argo Corn Starch Blue Label Karo Syrup Kraft, Miniature Marshmalows Budlong, Sweet Mixed Pickles Ib. box pkg. 9 oz. pkg. 46 oz. I oz. glau 10 os. P'- btl. Ib. 16 oz. jar Special Case Prices On All Florida and California Citrus Fresh Fruit Baskets $2.98 and Up D.I Mont*, >li. or halvn Peaches 114 16* 59* 27* 67* 19* 13* 27* 31* 35* 18* 14* 22* 29* 32* 27* Del Mont* Catsup Kraft Mac. Dinner Sec; led Tomato Juice Scot Lad Applesauce Htrthey Choc. Syrup h whipi Milnot Campbell's Pork & Beans Stokely Sli. Beets D.I Mont* Limas D*l Mont*, M. Wash.' Asparagus Gre.n Giant Peas Taylor Sw. Potatoes Del Mont* Pumpkin v-» Veq. Juice Jif, Peter Pan, Skippy P'nut Butter kottl* Pkg. M-Ox. Can 303 Can 16-Oz. Can Tall Can 16-Oz. Can 303 Can 103 Can 300 Can 303 Can No. 2 Can Can 46-Oz. Can 12-0z. tmt 13* 19* 10* 13* 13* 20* 37* 19* 22* 16* 33* Op*n Pit Bar-B-Q Sauce Smuck*n Strawberry Pr. Picture Brand, Stuffed Olives T*nd*rl*af Tea Bags Kraft Fr Dressing Hdlman Mayonnaise Luncheon Siz* Scotkins 18 01. btl. reg. jar Gtrbtr, Strained Baby Food Hunt't whol* unp**l*d Apricots Oc*an Spray Cranberry Sauce Hunt's Fr Cocktail 35* 35* 33* 21* 23* 35* 15* 3/25* -27* 20* 12 01. jar 5 01. |ar 16'f 8 oz. jar f", |ar 50 ct. Hygrade's Original Deluxe West Virginia, Brand Harm WHOLE OR EITHER HALF LB. EMGE HICKORY SMOKED • • Whol«, 14 !• 1* Ib. avg. M •• Hams B 45 FOREST BROOK SLICED BACON TOM TURKEYS 18 Lbs. and Up ICECREAM W Fresh Oysters Capons Hens- Ducks SEALTEST, All Flavors ICE CREAM tut ineM Mirror Trend Toward Leasing Apt To Increase During 1963 By SAM DAWSON AP Butlneu Newi Analysl NEW YORK (AP)-Tlie dock: larket break and the profit: queeze were among tbt things! hi* yew that boosted the trend ,ow«rd leasing rather Uuui own- ig production and office equipment. And the new depreciation ules and the more optimistic bus- ress feeling should further its rowth in 19*3. That's the view of leader? in re leasing business, us you might \pect. when they assess the langes in their rapidly growing arm of financing. One chang* is .he lengthening of the term of eases *nd another is lower rates ji many instances. Leasing is done either by the manufacturers themselves who •ent out their products rather sell them, or by outside rms specializing in this form of nancing. They estimate that American ompanies this year leased $900 million of production and office iquipment, for a gain of 25 per «nt over 1961. This doesn't in- lude the renting instead of owning of plants, stores, hotels, com mercial buildings and other real estate. The financing firms estimate ic total for production and office quipment should top $1 billion in 1963. And the trend toward onger terms should continue. Ex- ension of the life of loans marked ither lending institutions this year ,nd last. The big leasing companies estimate that this year up o 90 per cent of their business Hospital Dismissals ST. JOHN'S Mrs. Gladys Taylor, 2620 Dewy St. Hark Harvey. 2233 W. 8th. Jolin Shoemaker Sr., Middle- own. Mrs. Mary Chance, 32H Me \rthur Blvd. Arthur Shivcly, 4408 St. Charles Gordon Marcum, G17 E. 29th Dr. Thomas Costcllo, 232 W, 'Hi. Mrs. Mae Chamberlain ant ion. 2215 Forkner. Mrs. Angle Pool, 1426 Dewey it. Roscoc Smith. Midrilelown. Mrs. Eleanor Ncwby, 915 Mor .on St. Mrs. Ethyl Kemerly, Rt. Mrs. A:'a Tharp, 3028 East Lynn. Mrs. Floyd Polter 252.1 E. 5th Mrs. Margarita Clevenger Chesterfield. Mrs. JIaxine Mitchell, 214 E 37ih. Mrs. Margurelle Wilkcrson 1305 W. I3th. Noland Slaughter, Marklevjlle Jerry Williams, 2031 Morto St. Mrs. Elma Schuyler, Markle ville. Miss Lillian Owen, 1825 Wa nut St. Glen Brown, 2016 Poplar St. Mrs. Marty McCartney, dies tcrfield. Mrs. Janic* Wright, Alexan dria. Mrs. Violet Morris, 112 W. SOU St. Dennis Jackson, 4536 Souther Ave. Lloyd Knight, 708 Hampton Rd William L. Beck, 3910 Eas Lynn St. Mrs. Golda Hedge, 1741 E. 181 SI COMMUNITY Mrs. Norta Weston, 947 Hazlcl St. Miss Cnlhy L. Glenn, 17,12 W nth SI. Mrs. Gloria J. Mellon an daughter. 74 College Haven. Mrs. Jlanola Mumnia, Alexan dria. Lothar llcnning. Rt. 1. Misj Lenina Troycr, Chester 'icld. Barry L. Post, Dunn Hall, An derion College. Robert Redick, 1616 Arro\ Ave. Mrs. Virginia Rider, 243S W 15th St. Mrs. Karen Sue Eldredge an daughter, Alexandria. Mrs. Marilyn Crow and son Middletown. Mrs. £,ula Steams, 1704 E. 17t St. Michael Morris, Alexandria. Mrs. Dcanna Scribner an daughter, Alexandria. Mrs. Anna Clark, Pendlelon. Mrs. Phyllis Borton and daugh .er, 32114 W. 22nd St. Mrs. Catherine Norris, 2029 E 9th St. Mrs. Mary Jane Kay, Alexan dria. Frances Welch, Frankton. •as done on a five-year or longer uis. When leasing of equipment artcd some 10 years ago termj ciierally were for'only a year r two. Some half dozen leasing corpo- ations that operate on a national >asis have grown to tbt point •I>ere they now can obtain fund* i the money market at lower nterest than when they started small concerns^ This has al< owed them to bring lease rates own, an important sales point the increasingly competitive •orld of finance. "The profit squeeze in many in- ustries is helping our business," says Robert Sheridan, president '. Nationwide Leasing Company, Chicago, "because it cuts the ash flow and increases the need or other financing of new equipment wanted for cost cutting. "The stock market break also ed to more leasing by companies hat formerly turned to the publit or new long term capital. "The new depreciation rules for tax purposes, ai they spark increased capital spending, will ielp our business because we ar» allowed by the law to pass oo lie credit to our lessees." Big leasing corporations hav* urned to many specialized functions. One is financing merger! and acquisitions by buying th» assets of the smaller company and leasng them back to th* merged company.' Another is underwriting the growth of medium sized family-owned businesses. Leasing permits them to expand without diluting their equity or surrendering control of their irms. Other functions leasing corpora- ions stress in their sales talk if ,he converting of fixed assets into working capital by sale and lease- lack, and allowing companies in lighly competitive fields to ac- uire new equipment without [raining their current funds. 300 con JV4 Dol* or D.I Mont* Cr Pineapple D*l Mont* Mandarin Oranges 12-in-l Mix Bisquick ..No. 2 can 11 •!. can 60 *>. box AM PHILADELPHIA BRAND «A f £ CREAM CHEESE 25 SCOT LAD m § f > HOLSUM, OVEN READY ^ f MARGARINE 116' 1 BISCUITS * 7 25* S 59 T LA J? 57' Elwood Youth Places Second ELWOOD—William P. Cannon if Elwood placed second in tha 6th annual American Legion late oratorical contest held at tushvillc. Cannon, along with the jtlwr three finalists, received a our-year scholarship to Indiana University, a trophy and a cash prize. Each delivered a 10-min- ule talk and then was given five •ninutcs to prepare a speech ex- emporaneously on one of six topes furnished by the judges. Winner of first place was Mik» Valentine of Warsaw, third was Betty Carter of Mitchell and fourth Judy Kcltner, Union City. Use Bulletin-Herald Classified! Slop in at headquarter* (or Kodak camtrai and film Automatic Camera Battery power .'.. electric eye ... instant loading 'Movlt-making wai nivtr •aiEtrf No winding —camtra ii fa off try powtred. Na itttlngs —tlcctrie «y* adjuiti tht lini automatically. And no th ridding p rob It mi. film loads in a jiffy in th* ntw Kodak Du*x 8 CautHt... and you can load casseltei In ad- vanct. Yau'rt set to shoot in an inilant! Let ui thaw you. Easy Terms Odell Camera SALES t SERVICI Main t 19th Sts. Ph. 643-3170 or 642-4493 Man., Tue«., Wed., Dec. 17th, 18th, and 19lli. 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