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PAGE 10 THI ANDHSON HIRALD Compromise On Housing Action Sought WASHINGTON (UP!) -John- for time in an effort to work schools and [ son administration stalwarts on the House Judiciary Committee appeared Friday to be playing MOCKING BIRD HILL PARK 3 Mi. So. of Anderson, Ind. PRESENTS IN PERSON Sunday, June 19th BUCK OWENS end IHE BUCKAROOS DICK CURLESS TOMMY COLUNS MERIE HAGGARD BONNIE OWENS KAY ADAMS SHOW TIMES 1-3:30-6 P.M. Adm.: Adults $2.50 Children Under 10 $1.00 Rain or Shine on the effort to work schools and public facilities, of compromise and strengthen federal laws President's hotely: against racial violence. contorversial fair housing proposal. The other sections of the bill considered in good shape The measure, would prohibit i for eventual passage by Con- thc" lt owner~of a home orjgress. It is fair housing-and iapartmcnt from refusing to sell!the pressures the proposal^ or rent it on grounds of race,;placcd Sesquicentennial Meeting Tuesday A meeting of the Sesquicentennial Committee of Madison County will be held Tuesday, June 21, at 7:30 p.m. YMCA. Francis Oleksy, chairman, will preside. on many northern color, religion or origin. It is part of an over-all Civil Hights Bill that would also eliminate discrimination in the national i Democrats and Kcpublicans— selection juries. of state and federal to be the the House J rights subcommittee finished work on the bill. that has proved stumbling block. On Thursday, judiciary speed desegregation ofjlt sent the measure to the full - — - committee and recommended favorable action on four of the five parts. But it made no recommendation on fair housing, leaving it up to the parent group to make the decision. Sources said that chairman Central Indiana's fineit Driv«-l5 NOBLESVILLE DRIVE-IN THEATRE Juit 20 Minutel Wosl on Road 32 • NOW thru TUES. • 1 TERRIFIC COIORJIII5!_ No. I DEAN MARTIN in •THE SILENCERS" -Plus- CORNEl WIIDE in "THE NAKED PREY" _ ACTION AND COMEDY FANS WILl ENJOY THIS PROGRAM! Ooen 7:30 P.M.-Show DusH_ Indiana's 150th birthday anniversary will be advanced. Emanuel Celler, D-ft.Y. pressed to get the bill out of -•"-- quickly—decided as a means of „ = to work out a compromise that would stand a better chance of house approva' than the administration plan. subcommittee on the step getting time Stronger Hog Prices Paid INDIANAPOLIS AP i(USDA) — Hogs 4,000; active; 'butchers steady to mostly 25 higher; sows 25-50 higher; 1-2 190-225 Ib butchers 25.50-26.00; around 60 head 26.10; mixed 1-3 Thursday 190-240 Ib 25.00-25.50: 2-3 240-270 "•>•- "- $]50 • Mon. thru Sun. DINNER SPECIAL Beef Tend. Steak Hash Browns, Snlad and Drink PRIME Roast Beef pl h ,r d Salad, Homemade Bread Your ChOICe ''I COMPIETE PARTY FACILITIES IMORGASBORD SUNDAY 11-3 P.M. All You Can Eat $l.t Your Choice HOUSE SPECIALTY SWISS STEAK or Baked Virginia HAM DINNER $135 Young Tender TOM TURKEY Wilh All the Trimming. Old South'! Original Retipe, a new loile thrill. Southern Fried CHICKEN Served Family Style $125 All You Con Eat ' SADDLE 'N SIRLOIN RESTAURANT JCT. 9 and 109 BY-PASS - 3405 ST. RD. 9 NORTH TONITE-6:45 P.M. THE MONEY TRAP TONITE-8:23 P.M. "A THOUSAND lb 24.00; 300-330 !b 22.00-22.00; sows lb 19.25-20.25; 400-500 lb 18 19.25; 500-600 lb 18.00-18.50. Cattle 100; calves 10; cows slow steady to weak; not enough and commercial cows 18.001950' a few good and choice vealers 27.00-32.00. Sheep 25; not enough to test market. GRAIN MARKET INDIANAPOLIS (API - (Indianapolis Board of Trade) — [• Nominal prices quoted to producers at country elevators in Indianapolis area: Wheat white '1.20-1.22. , bushel 61. Soybeans No 1 yellow OPEN 7:00 COLOR CARTOON AT DUSK FREE PIAYGROUND FOR KIDDIES ': TECHNICOLOR ftcuNiscopE' THE IPCRESS FILE' IS A TAUT, TINGLING FILM!" -McCAUS TECHNICOLOR" TECHNISCOPC NOW-FINAL TUES. Feotur.1-1:15-5:10-9 P.M. MOVIE INFO.-642-1070 PARONT PICTURES IS PROUDTO UNHOUHCETHE REIWtH OF INTACT! UNCUT CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCES AT POPULAR PRICES! HEY GANG! WIN A PAIR OF GLADIATOR SANDALS REGISTER AT THEATRE OR REOAL SHOES-MOUNDS MAIL You've Probably Read My Story. I'd Like To Invite You To See It, Now Bigger Than Life at The . . . 7reof Father To An Aclvenfure In Good Eating FATHER'S DAY SMORGASBORD REGULAR SMORGASBORD Thursday — Friday — Saturday Shares Turn : Down Mildly jr, NEW YORK (AP)-The stock ie market Friday declined mildly . in moderate trading. '. * Prices were mixed in early dealings and the list seemed to '- have some potential for a rise )f following the Thursday selloff i. Whatever potential there was for a rally, however, seemed to be cut short by news of statement from Secretary of the Treasury Henry Fowler that a tax increase is still an open question. Aerospace issues remained ahead much of the day even while the over-all list was declining. Much of their gain was pared away before the close. • It was a dull session and trad- jj ng was the lightest of the week. 2 Volume was 6.59 million shares • compared with 6.88 million ** Tnursusy. ' The Dow Jones industrial av- >- erage declined 2.90 to 894.26. s The Associated Press average >- of 60 stocks dipped .3 to 322.1 with industrials off .1, rails un- s changed and utilities off .7 to ti a new low for the year. l- Of 1,385 issues traded 594 de- e dined and 513 advanced. Highs for the year totaled 22 and lows i 71- Among the 15 most-active stocks there was an even split of 7 losers and 7 gainers, with Commonwelath Oil unchanged. " Sperry Rand was the most-ac- live stock, up % at 2% on 177,• 700 shares. i Anionfi sctivfily trfldcd 23in- l ers, Boeing rose 1%, Teledyne "J4%, Chicago Pneumatic Tube • 2%, Bunker Hill 2 and Pacific a Southwest Airlines 3V 4 . ' Active loser included Burroughs, down 1% and Magnavox off %. Some of the drugs showed strength. Merck rose 1;» and Schering V/4. General Motors closed unchanged at 80'A while Ford, Chrysler and American Motors all took fractional losses. Most of the top steelmakers were fractional losers. A few more stocks rose than fell on the American Stock Exchange. The Associated Press average of corporate bonds was mixed. Local Livestock Market Prices From Emge's HOGS 15c HIGHER 190-240 Ibs. 24.60-24.90 240-300 Ibs. 22 15-23 90 Sows - .— . 19.75 down Boars 15.00-16.00 CATTLE STEADY Ch. steers & heifers 24.oo-26.00 Cows 16.00-20.00 Bulls 18.00-22.00 [ Good steers & heif 22.00-25.00 LOCAL GRAIN MARKET The prices win vary within the area due to freight rates: New Wheat 1.67 Beans - - 3.25 Corn 1.21 | Oats _ 70 Muncie Livestock HOGS STEADY TO 50c LOWER 200-240 Ibs 24.60-25.35 240-280 Ibs. 22.60-24.60 280-300 Ibs. 21.60-22.60 300-350 Ibs. 20.60-21.66 Roughs S50 Ibs. down 20.00-20.25 America! NEW YORK <UPI the Amertcto Stock UkttMil Aerojet .»• 6 AUdCoct .U » Am Pet .20d 9 ArkUG IVi S Auo OIltfcG 107 Brazil Tr 1 71 BrltPet .27d fi Chief CooH 21 Clary Corp 24 :ontlT*t .40 62 Creole 2.60* 13 DayMn .20b 122 Dixilyn Cp 37 Equity .05* 36 Fargo Oils 99 Fedllesr .10 973 i>lmtO -15b 10 <~ly Tiger 5k 160 'ronllerA 51 28 lusky OilC 12 Calser Ind 76 Clrby Pt .35 2 Lee Natlonl 2 MeadJns .48 49 Mohwk 2Vvi « Molyhdn Cp 4 ft Video .GO 230 New ParkM 299 tgdenCp .60 71 Ooktep 4.8Sd Z600 PacNwT .% 5 •erf Photo 472 EyanCn Pet 39 SeabdW Air 426 ShattDn .20 78 SlgnalOllA 1 96 Soiwtone Cp 7 tJMetal .20 40 iyntex .40 303 T*chnico .75 51 Tri Cont wt 3 UtahlS -5Ua 4 All lalei in hum xcept for those de re traded in 10-sha D full. DIVIDENDS: ated dividends; <d> ar this year, no re{ plus stock; (e> arm ividend; (h) capital ent in stock; (k) pe ast year; <x> ex-dh f) indicates followin n 32nds; (j) indlca s fraction in 64ths; ng figure is frtcl ndicates following f 256ths; <t) indicates faction in 16th s. Mi id i-J M If 1m 1 IUIUUI New York (UPI) — National Associ- fcalers, Inc. Friday. Bid Asked Adv Fd 8.62 9.46 Affil Fd 8.87 9.59 Broad St 15.3116.55 Bullock 14 99 16.43 Can Gen 9.31 10.17 Cent Shr 11.2212.26 3HANNING FUNDS: Balan 13.82 15.10 Com St 2.20 2.40 Grwlh 17.90 19.56 Incom 1.55 9.34 In Grth 8.45 -. . Spec! 3.14 3.43 Chase Fd 11.00 12.01 Ctiem Fd 17.1218.72 Cons Inv 9.62 10.00 Di id Sh 3.66 4.01 Dow Th 7.60 8.22 Dreyfus 26.86 29.32 Eatn Bll 11.93 12.96 Eatn Stk 16.16 17.96 Kid Cap 16.41 17.84 Fid Fund 19.2320.79 Fid Trnd 31.6234.37 Fid Mul 9.05 ».89 FRANKLIN CUSTODIAN: Fnk Cm 7.67 8.32 Fnk BP 2.71 2.98 Fnk Ut 7 28 8.00 Fnk In 3.20 3.52 GROUP SEC: Aersp 11 28 12.35 Com St 14.3o 15.71 Fill Ad 10.05 11.01 Ham hda 5.55 6.07 Inc Fd 13.00 14.21 nc Bost 3.05 8.80 InvC Am 13.4414.69 Butcher f ii i i i L A M \M/\ jc we ^Wl 1 f 1 W CHICAGO (AP lo^s 5,000 1 but 25 higher; 1-22 25.75; mixed 1 4.75-25.50; 2-3 2 4.25; mixed 1 sows 19.75-20.50; bs 21.00-21.25. Cattle 3,500; laughter steers ligher; prime SATUKDAY. JUNi .», 1966 ' . IAW CUst Ckf 29H 13V, &K+ Vi ZKn 23in i » » . 43» 43H 43»4 ... 4Vi 4 4 — U 71 IWt l«i KM .. IOH l«)k .. 514 Sli 514 261'j 27 34H ML. . 14V. 14H+ V Sli 9V4+ V 41, 414 4H . . 3 3-11 K 3tt 3>.i It 81i si, ft; .. 4314 4314- i 21 Itti 2Ki »'.IT ', m TO* vi 1!'! + A 4114 41 24" 26 . S3 1 ,, Wn- H 15,500; Utilities 8D.200: Total 613,300. 10V« 41 — '/t 2414 26—14 7614 7BS-1 Bl 6?4l Stock Exchange Friday. Sales Ii Sperry Rand 177,700 ' Control Data 147,400 132,500 118,100 96,900 89,600 14 - % SCM .Corp 33» 3254 33 -1 6 544 6 -f 1 7ft 714 754 . 3714 3I5H- 1 ... .... 9314 9314- 14 51 13% 12!i 12!i ... 35V. 35ft 3S'/s ... 13H 13H ... (00 omitted) ted (z) which is and carr (a) plus extra: following figure indicates follow, in 128ths: (s) figure is fraction in INVEST GROUP: 11.52 11.5 20.65 22.45 Select 9.8710.61 Var Pay 8.65 9.40 TTSIONE: B-l 23.2724.29 Med B-2 23.7825.94 LPr B.3 17.521S.11 Dis B4 10.6711.64 Inc K-l 9.5810.46 Gth K-2 7.21 7.87 HGr S-l 24.3326.64 Inc S-2 13.3914.61 APP S-3 22.04 24.05 LPr S4 6.98 7.53 Mass Gr 11.38 12.44 Mass Tr 16.46 17.99 NAT SEC SER: Balan 11.3712.43 €.39 6.98 Divid Pf Stk Incom Stock Grwth 4.9» 5.4' 7.16 7.82 6.07 6.63 8.59 9.39 10.12 11.06 Penn Sq 18.5118.51 Price TR 21.32 21.32 Putnm 16.1717.67 Put Gth 12.77 13.96 nd SC 19.2819.28 Am 12.5113.53 Ie St 47.86 Sled S&G 6.83 7.46 Telev El 10.5011.4 UNITED ^USDS: Accu 18.2119.9 Incom 14.2015.5 Scien 10.1111.0 f Cn 5.22 5.70 Varied In 5.84 6.35 NYSE Weekly Stock Soles DOW JONEI AVEKAOES NEW YORK (UPl)-Dow JOOM cl«ll| A IK !.<•• ranic of averuei: BUcb Klndui 20 Rail! 13 Dim 65 Stocks OKI Hirt uw . KS.K M0.5S JW.7S W.»-J.» ._ 232.79 233.» 230.U Dl.%-0.37 ArcoDn 1.60 »l.n 135.21 131.87 1M.03-O.W 314.29 316.07 311.94 313.67-0.7 Transactions ID stocks used la avcrsfes today: Industrials (39.600; Railroads . Baafa tl prices this year: HUH Uw lit: 40 Bonds 10 1st Rails . 102nd Rails 10 Ulils .999.15 . 861.14 a Balls 271.72 220.54 Ctose . 83.23 . J7.» . 84.22 .83.06 lOInbus M.54 -0.05 Dow Jones Commodity Futures Index 1924-26 average equals 100) closed a 137.66. IS MOST ACTIVE STOCKS NEW YORK (UPI)-Th 15 most active stocks traded on the New York Clote Ck 24V.J + 37!'. + 254 - Chic Pneumatic _. Pac SOW Air! ... 85% 88.000 12414 77,400 4014 72.000 64,600 64,500 64,400 58.500 52,400 51,800 9614 45% 5414 2014 5354 75» - »i - V. - V4 + 2 WH.tr TIIE STOCK MARKET DID By United Press International Frdlaj Tbarsday Wk A(0 !w hishs 22 17 :\v lows 71 75 Ivances 513 511 Declines 594 61S langed 278 230 ..lals 1385 136S New York Stock Exchange sales today— 1,000 York Stock Exchange Bond sales oday-S9 510,000 NEW YORK (UPIl-Selected stocks on he New York Stock Exchange today. SileslMsl High Low Close Of. -—A A ArmCk 1.20 A.hlndOll 1 Aesolnv 1.40 Atchisn l.GO AllCstLn 3a AtlRlch 2.60 Atlas Corp Avco Corp 1 Bath Ir 1.40 Beat Fd 1H Bcaunit I'.-j BlanKx 1.40 Ullss E W 1 Boeing 1.20 Borden 1.20 BorgWr 2.20 BostEd 1.76 BucyEr 1.60 Budd Co .80 . Arlington 1 burroughs 1 Calif Pack 1 Cal&Hecla 1 CampblSp l CanDryCp l CnPac 2.85d CaropL 1.28 CarolTel .60 Tier 1.60 CartrW .40a Case(Jl) Co CaterTr 1.20 Celanese 2 CnSoya 1.40 Cerro 1.60E .hexCp 1.60 tcmeMk 2g Adresso 1.10 admiral l Admiral vvi Air Prod .20 Mr Red 2.50 Mean A] .90 MIegCp .10d MLudSt 2.20 illcgPr 1.14 JldCh 1.90C .Iliec] Sirs .1 Ills Chi .75 138 703i 67^i 333 105V, 105 159 549s 523i 15 36^1 36!i 3(f!8-f 20 63% 63'/s 633i+ 61 40 39?4 39H— B 11% 1114 im-r V* 15 49'/n 49 49!a + 33 25V« 24«S 25V. 4105 40 3931 39-14— V. 4 81% 81V. ' 8114- Ii 307 30V, 29 2914- i :essna 1.40 Cham P 1.30 CbmSPI 2.20 Ches Ohio 4 CnMSPSP 1 ^hi NoWst 4 Chi RItPac ChrinCrft 5k Chrysler 2 Cm Gas 1.10 CIT Fin 1.60 CiticsSv 1.60 ClevElI 1.56 Clevlte 2.10 CocaCol 1.90 Ucoa 1.60 27 881s 8714 8714- 14 \merad 2.80 99 87 85}4 86 -lit AmAirln IV. 319 80-14 78V4 7MH « A Brest 1.60 30 82V. 8114 82V.-T »4 Am Can 2.20 56 5454 S35i 5414-14 MnConsu la 5 1614 15Vs 1614+ V, AraCyan lli 109 37V. 36 36%-'/. AmElec 1.32 45 39% 3954 39T.+ 14 ,m Exp Co 41 43V. 4214 425'. ... 1 18* 18% 18% ... 37 7314 7114 7M-2 91 17 ley. 1«- 14 26 5254 52 52—56 88 954 914 95462 4iy. 4114 41y«+ 14 66 62 61V. " 43 21V. 2114 50 2C1S. 26<s 457 53V« 53V. 53V«—14 Chicago CHICAGO (UPI) — Hye was higher, oybeans mixed, and wheat, corn and ats fractionally higher at the close 'riday on the Chicago Board of Trade. Wheat was up 14 to 114; corn up ^ to 14; oats unchanged to up 34; rye up W to 2; and soybeans off M to up 6s. There was continued heavy trading in oybean futures. Much of the activity ocused on July. Longs took profits on uly and August. There was smaller olumc buying on old crop Wheat futures were indcrtone of firmness. iths dth Longs sold on Unices. Small commission house buying ontinued on recessions. Trade was con- iderable. Commercial houses bought. Corn trade was active. Prices rose ith December reaching a new season igh. Commission houses bought. The oats market was quiet and tin- ettled. Ther was some selling by longs. Commission houses bought rye futures. Elevators sold on bulges. The Range; Open «I» U>» Clou Pret. u! ~ to'Dec . - - 1.89W 1.85W 1.87% I.86Vi . 190-240 Ibs CORN calves steady to 25 See 1,200-1.375 lb JI'J. Roughs 350-450 Ibs. -W.St-W.K^^^"^ \b*rry^ i-?™ Roughs 450 Ibs. up ._ IS-Mdownj^oice goo-1,400 Ibs 25'.00-25'.75'; £ lIBoars lo.75-16.7a high choice R , a nrjme 900 ., , no i, ar CATTLE STEADY i'bs slaughter heifers 25.25-25.75; ; M SOTBI Choice steers _ 24.00-25.00! c hoice 800-1.075 Ibs 24.00-25.25. ;.iui_ Good & ch. steers .. 22.00-24.00| Sheep 300; small supply """ Std. & low gd. steers 18.00-22.00! spring _slaughter lambs and . . . 1.90V4 1.92V* 1.89 1.91 188 1.90 1.B6V* 1.88V-i 1.88 1.31V* 1-32 1.3Hi 1.33V4 1.341<i 1.33^4 . .73 1.25?i 1.23',; 1.3'- 1.27 S ,4 l.M'-j 1.33 1.37VJ 1-3614 1.3814 1.37 1.341; 1.37 1 /* IJJ'.i . Utility 13.00-16.00 Choice heifers 22.50-24.00 Good & ch. heifers ._ 19.50-22.50 shorn slaughter ewes steady; choice and prime 85-105 lb spring slaughter lambs 26.00- OPEN AT 7:00 COLOR CARIOOH AT DUSK FREE KIDDIE PIAYSROUND NOW SHOWING-ENDS SATURDAY The Colorful Adventures of \!? THE BEATLES are more Colorful than ever...in COLOR! ,*{, EASTM ANCOLOR A UNITED ARTISTS oaetse A Real Shocker At 8:30 ISA WILLIAM CASTLE WARNS YOU:! STARRINS JOHN IRELAND • LEIF ERICKSON • A UNIVERSAL PICTURE v&fe The Funniest comedians » A REAL ENTERTAINING since the BONUS SHOW" THE WORLD OF ABBOTHCOSTRLO began Al ^.jo AUNIVCBSAIutttASC Utility ___ 12.00-15.00 26.50. COWS STEADY and cutters 15 00-19 25 MARKETS AT A GLANCE m-r-i «~'^« *>*' NEW YORK (Ul Utility 15.50-20.00 glance at the close on Friday: Stocks-Easier in moderate trading. Bonds—Mostly higher. Commercial 14.00-18.00 Bulls „._ 16.50-23.50 CALVES STEADY Choice & Prime Veal 29.00-33.00 Good Grade Veal ___ 23.00-28.00 Commercial 19.00-23.00 LAMBS STEADY Spring Lambs 85-105 Ibs 23.00-25.00 Old Crop Lambs. 85 io 105 Ibs. 14.00-15.00 SHEEP STEADY Slaughter Sheep ... 4.00-7.00 Use Bulletin-Herald Classifieds ' Jan Mar U.S. Government Bonds—Irregularly Jul higher in quiet trading. American Stocks—Mixed. Midwest Stocks—Easier. London Stocks—Firm. Cotton Futures—Mostly steady. Grains in Chicago—Wheat closed ?4 to !1 cent higher corn % to 1V< cent higher: oats unchanged to % cent higher: rye 1% to IT-i cent higher: soybeans % cent higher to IVi cent lower per hushel. Hogs 25 cents higher, top S25.75. Cattle 25 cents higher to 50 cents lower, top $26.75. Sheep steady, top $26.50. Storm Sash Repair Anderson Art Glass 3.34 3.35% 3 .28% 3.31% 3.31% 3.31% 3.32-% 3.25V-I 3.27% 3,29*4 304 3054 3.01'B 3.03 3.03'/4 289% 'M'.-i 2.88'-'- 2.894 2,B3% 2.V3V4 2.M'.4 2.92Vi 2.93 2.93 2.96 .. . 2.97V.! 2.95% 2.96 May 2.98% 2.99% 2.974 3.9814 : SOYBEAN OIL 10.97 11.03 10.93 10.99 11.05 10.95 11.00 11.03 10.96 10.80 10.81 10.78 10.65 10.65 10.61 10.57 10.60 10.54 10.52 10.56 10.50 10.50 10.53 10.50 10.97 11.03 11.01 10.91 10.91 10.90 SOYBEAN MEAL . . 10.65 10.55 10.54 10.50 10.51 10.50 10.51B 10.46 88.90 90.20 87.00 88-25 88.25 87 90 88 90 86.70 87.15 87.60 83.70 85.15 83.25 83.50 83.50 76.10 76.45 73.10 73.30 72.70 72.70 77.00 74.00 73.50 73.10 73.00 . 73.00 73.00 72.00 72.25 76.30B 76.00 73.25 73.00 73.00 73.15] 72.25B 72.60 72.15B 72.50 XF.W TORK STOCK SALES Approx final, total 6580,000 Previous day Week ago Month Yeai Two years ag Jan. 1 to date ]%5 to date 19&1 to date ago 6.870.000 8.329 595 6.439.490 378,431,213 656.930,294 606.014,146 ADMINISTRATOR'S PUBLIC SALE OF REAL ESTATE The undersigned Administrator of the Estate of Gertie E. Taylor DeShong, Estate No. 16597, Superior Court of Madison County, will, on the 25th day of June, 1966, at the hour of 11:00 A.M., offer at public sale the following described real estate: Lot numbered 1 in Hodson's First Addition to the City of Anderson, Madison County, Indiana. 719 NICHOL AVENUE, ANDERSON, INDIANA. The sale will be held on the premises and will be sold free and clear of all encumbrances except taxes for the year 1966, due and payable May and November, 1967, and thereafter. Terms of the sale—said real estate will be sold for not less than two- thirds of the full appraised value and the successful bidder shall pay iO% down upon day of sale and the balance in full upon the furnishing of an Administrator's deed and an abstract of title showing good and merchantable title in and to said real estate. Purchaser will be given a reasonable time to obtain title opinion. , VERL H. BROWN, ADMINISTRATOR of The Estate of Gertie E. Taylor DeShong, deceased. 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DIVIDENDS: (a) plus extra: (b) 58 62% 61% 61% . paid lust year; <c) payment on acciimu- 30 — % lated divldcndi; (d) declared or pntd no ar thin year, no regular rate: (c) rash iiui Block; (fit annual rate plus mock dividend; <h) capital distribution; 0} i-cr cent in stock; (k) per cent In stock pnld nut year; (x) ex-dlvldend. FRACTIONS: f> tndlratci (ollnwin n 32ndi, Hiuri U fraction SATURDAY, JUKI II, THI ANDERSON HCRALD II U.S. Believes Red Morale Groin WASHINGTON (AP) - Ad-mio stopped otf at Ottaw ministrtlion offleufc said FYi- Tliursday, and Canadian An day there in fail* signs of busador Charles S.A. Ritehi weakening Communist morale called on Secretary of Stat in Viet Nam — but no hints Dean Rusk Friday, from Hand that ft will move But press officer Robert J.Mt toward peace. cioskey said he knows of n This word was given to U.S. specific peacemaking etfoi educators at a Slate Depart- now. He said Harriman was ment foreign policy briefing Canada on North Atlantic Trea while WaAmgton watched thety Organization and East-Wel latest diplomatic feelers toward affairs. A Canadian Embass Nort Viet Nam. spokesman said Ritchie wa Canadian envoy Chester Ron- just making a farewell call IK ning is on his second visit to fore leaving Washington Hanoi this year U.S roving Ronning saw North Viet Nan ambassador W. Averell Ham- President Ho Chi Minn la. PUBLIC SALE OF REAL ESTATE Saturday, Jun* 25, 1966, at 2:00 P.M. The undersigned will offer for sale Lot 477, 478 and 479 in the Original Plat of North Anderson, in the City of Anderson, one of which contains a house, each lot beine StellB.. Located at 2420 Indiana Avenue in North A* derson in Lafayette Twp. Terms: 10% down upon day of sale and the .balance in full upon the furnishing of deed and abstract of title showing good and merchantable title of said Real Estate. JESSE CAPSHAW and BERT JODD, Owners Auctioneer: CHARLES LAWLER Not Responsible for Accidents Bull.— 6/22 Her.— 6/18-22 State of Indiana, County of Madison, is- In the Superior Court of Madison County April Term, 1966 Estate Docket No. 16706 In the Matter of the Estate of Roma E. Brookbank, deceased; William Byer, Administrator with will annexed NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION OF PERSONAL PROPERTY The undersigned Administrator with will annexed of the Estate of Homa E. Brookbank, deceased hereby gives notice that by virtue of an order of the Superior Court of Madison County, Indiana, he will, at the hour of 10 A.M., on the 25th day of June, 1966, on the premises at 457 E. State Street, Pendleton, Indiana, offer for sale at public auction the personal property of the decedent, consisting of the following: camera equipment; antique three-quarter bed; bed, bureau and mattress; living room furniture; chairs; tables; lamps; sofa; Stromberg-Carlson television console; record player; bathroom scale; dining room set,, six chairs; Maytag range; Kenmore washer; hand tools; TX equipment (2 large outdoor loudspeakers, microphones, 1 portable loudspeaker); riding lawn mower and equipment; electric saw; electric oven; bench lathe- bench grinder; frequency meter; ladders; other lawn tools; lawn furniture; and numerous other items. All sales will be for cash. Said Administrator will further offer for sale at private sale, on said date, and from day to day thereafter, until sold, a blue 1964 CADILLAC FLEETWOOD automobile (air conditioned) four-door. The same may be examined on the premises on the above date WILLIAM BYER, Administrator with will annexed Telephone 644-8835 CHAMBERS, BYER & GAL'S, Attorneys EGG M. HOOD, Auctioneer 644-7407 H— 3353d June 11-18 AUCTION SALE OF REAL ESTATE and FURNITURE 238 E. Oak Street, Andersen, Indiana SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1:30 P.M. The undersigned Executor of the Estate of Mamie Bushong, deceased, pursuant to an order of the Madison Superior Court, Anderson, Indiana, in Estate #16499, will offer for sale, for cash, at public auction sale, on SATUKDAY, JUNE 25, at 1:30 P.M., the following described real estate, to-wit: 30 feet off the East side of Lot #114 in Oakdale Addition to North Anderson, in the City of Anderson, Indiana. .ALSO Lot #115 EXCEPT 20 feet off the East side thereof, in Oakdale Addition to North Anderson, in the City of Anderson, Indiana. Also known as 238 E. Oak Street. The said real estate will be sold, for cash, for NOT LESS than 2/3rds of the full appraised value thereof, free and clear of all liens and encumbrances EXCEPT the 1966 taxes due and payable in 1967. Purchaser shall deposit 10% in cash, with the Executor, on the day of sale. Balance in full payable upon delivery of abstract and Executor's Deed, as approved by said Court. SALE IS SUBJECT TO THE APPROVAL OF THE MADISON SUPERIOR COURT. Possession to be given within 60 days after Executors Sale. Located on said real estate is a nice, modern brick veneer home, 2 bedrooms and -with a garage. Following the sale of the real estate the following items of household furniture will be sold at auction sale: 3-pc. bedroom suite; occasion chairs; lamps and clocks; cedar chest; 2 twin beds; Frigidaire; silverware; cake stand; fruit bowl, vase, water pitcher. Miscellaneous other items of household furnishings. HARRY T. JONES, Executor Estate of Mamie Bushong, deceased. HECK KIRK, AUCTIONEER JOHN D. STAGGENBURG, ATTORNEY C— 3284d B— June 3, 10, 17, 24 H-June 4, 11, 18, 25 Notice Of Sale Of Real Estate (Lake Cottage) At Public Auction The undersigned Administratrix of the Estate of James B. Baysinger, deceased, hereby gives notice that by virtue of an order of the Superior Court of Madison County, Indiana, she will AT THE HOUR OF 2:30 P.M. (E.S.T.) ON THE 9TH DAY OF JULY, 1966, ON THE PREMISES SOLD, offer for sale at public auction all of the interest of the decedent in and to the following described real estate located in Kosciusko County, Indiana, to-wit: Lots No. 14 and No. 15 in Brindle's Subdivision on Lake Sechrist in Government Lot No, 2 in the Northeast quarter of Section 28, Township 33 North, Range 7 East. said sale will be made subject to the approval of the said court and for not less than two-thirds of the full appraised value thereof. A deposit of 30% of the sale price will be required on the day the property is sold and the balance of the purchase price must be paid when the sale is approved by the court and deed delivered. Said real estate will be sold free and clear of all liens and encumbrances except taxes due and payable in 1987 and subsequent thereto. Possession will be given on the day of sale. This property is a six room modern home except furnace, located at Barbee Lake Resort. DIRECTIONS: Go two miles South of North Webster, Indiana, on State Road No. 13 to County Road No. 400 North. Go West one mile to County Road No. 700 East Go South to Barbee Lake Resort. Turn right to the second house on the left, hack of the hardware store. The prc/ierty is posted for sale. Further information may be obtained by contacting the undersigned Administratrix or her attorneys. MARGIE BARNES, Administratrix Phone 643-0606 PECK & PECK, Attorneys-at-L>w, 506 Anderson Bank Bldg., Andenon, Ind. Ph. 644-3658 EBGERT HOOD, Auctioneer. C— 3378d June 18-25 fs Weaker l March, obvicxaly with little sue- cess then. The Canadians have s been talking of the possibttittes e of the three-nation control commission for Souteast Asia as an . instrument to help end the war „ The commission is made up 01 t Canada, Poland and India and „ was set up under the Geneva . accords which ended the French . effort to retain Indochina. v Rusk; William P. Bundy, as- ; sistant secretary of state for ..Far Eastern affairs; and Richard I. Phillips, acting assistant . secretary for public affairs were among the listed speakers as the 1,230 educators from around the country concluded a two-day briefing and discussion of international affairs teaching. Under the rules of the conference, the principal speakers could not be quoted by name or their government agency identified. The teachers were told that morale is the key to how the military campaign, is going and there now are faint signs of a breakdown in the Reds' will to go on fighting. However, from North Viet Nam's capital there are no signs that the Ho regime is prepared to move in any way out of the war, either through peace negotiations or through a reduction in forces brought about without formal talks, it was stated. AOID STRUGGLE EXPECTED WASHINGTON (AP) — President Johnosn's foreign aid program was approved by House and Senate committees with only minor money cuts Thursday, but in such widely varying form as to assure a long struggle ahead. AUCTION SALES Mr. & Mis. Manlord Sunday. Public Sale ot Antiques. Located at 3705 Maple Lane. Muncie, Indiana. Tom Bartlett. Auctioneer. sat June 18 — 10:00 A.M. Mary Ringer 4 Ghas. Meeks Exec. Sale of Household goods (Bonnie Weeks Estate) Located 706 W. Broadway St. Alexandria, Ind. H. D. KirX, Auctioneer. Sat. June 1»— 10:30 A.M. John Achenbach Public. auction ol household goods. Located 3608 E. 38th St. ','« mi. east of St. Rd 67 Auctioneers W. Pheams & E. Whelchel. •VT JK' Ma'ric'V, Pubtic Auction of Furniture-Antiques- Diamonds & Jewelry. Located 3820 Madison Ave. ft mile north of Madison Heights High School. Egg Hood, Auctioneer. Sat, 3une IS— 1:00 P.M. Mr & Mrs. Mark Noel Public Auction of Furniture-Antiques- Diamonds & Jewelery. Located 3820 Madison Ave. »/a mile north of Madison Heights High School. Egg Hood, Auctioneer. Sat. June 25—11:00 A.M. Verl H. Brown Adm. sale of real estate. Located 719 Nichol Ave. Anderson, Ind. H. D. Kirk, Auctioneer. Sat.. June 25-1:00 P.M. Sharp Mrs. Homer Baker Public Sale ol household goods, antiques, and shop tools. Located-in Ovid, Indiana second house east o. Masonic Lodge. Jim Bradley & Joe KeHum, Auctioneers. Sat. June Z5— 1:30 P.M. Harry Jones Exec, sale of real estate & household (roods. Located 238 E. Oak St. (North Anderson) H. D. Kirk. Auctioneer. Sat July Z— 1:00 P.M. Russ Hudson it Carl Bracken Public sale of Ponies & Perk- insvllle Methodist Church benefit auction. Located 3 miles south of Frankton on Scout Camp Rd. or 8^3 miles Northwest of Anderson on Russ Hudson Farm. Auctioneer Wayne Pheanis. 2— In Memoriam In memory of our son and brother, Morris Duane Leighton, who passed away 10 years ago today. June 18, 1956. The heart is a house of many rooms, where things are stored away. The treasures of remembered years. The pearls of yesterday. But there is a corner of the heart, a secret place where we cherish above all other things. Our son and brothers memory. Parents, Mr. & Mrs. Clifford Leighton Sister, Mrs. Judith Ratliff 3— Personals Lady would like to meet gentleman with car and income, 65 to 70. B & H Box M3356. I am no longer responsible for any debts contracted by anyone other than myself. Bessie Hoppes, 1527 Walnut St. THE GINGER BLUE ROOM Tor all your fine lingerie needs. Shop in air-conditioned comfort, Monday-Friday, 10-9, Saturday 10-6, Sunday 12-6. Anderson Trailer Sales Bldg. "IN DEBT" SEE DICK GRANT Anderson's "Debt Doctor" ANDERSON Budget Service 5 East 12th St. Ph. 642-9301 SEND THE FINEST send Gibson Father's Day cards. THE SHOWPLACE 1120 MERIDIAN We have a variety of fine gifts for Father's Day. Just say "CharEC it". FAMILY SHOE CENTER Chesterfeild Shopping Center Open 9-8 Daily except Sunday. Any shoe can be a golf shoe. Neo- lite golf soles, molded inserts. Hughes Shoe Repair 27 W. 12 ACROSS FROM YMCA BE gentle, be kind, to that expensive carpet, clean it with Blue Lus- re Rent electric shampooer $1. Hook Drugs. 3-PMMnoli Lonely widow would likt to me* K&tSffiSF'- "* " to " COMPLETE an. toft * crabe booki. New SUMMER YARNS. Bernie's Knit Shop toe w. sib. Payday eaih Loans w tow u n. Or contract financing for 13001 And monthly terms to threo run i Patronize a local company tfa operates only (or local people Brycc Watklns Empire Flute |Ph. M4-J513 On 10» By-P« 'Wanted to borrow 110,000. Will p • above average rate of Inters Write B & H Box 3350. DON'T PANIC > Maybe they we ants, not swarm ing termites. Play it §afe. C«U Ba ter Exterminating Co., 944-790 iServuif Madison Co. since 193(1, 4-Spccial Noticts formerly of Dems's, is now wl Mary's Beauty Salon. 616 £. 8th S Ph. 642-4710. FEET HURT? COME !N TODAY BE COMFORTABLE TOMORROW Wickens Shoe & Serv 23RD ft COLUMBUS AVE. CONVERT YOUR GARAGE TO SUMMER FAMILY ROOM, WIT AN INEXPENSIVE "ZIP-ROLI SCREEN. FREE INSTALLATIO DURING JUNE. PH. 643-1681. Earl's Watch Repair a W. It ACROSS FROM VMC COMP. WATCH It CLOCK RE REP. ON ALL ELEC. SHAVERS ALCOHOLICS ANNONYMOUS P.O. BOXES 1013 AND 3W PHONE 642-0092 PARTS FOR ALL ELECTRIC SHAVERS B & B JEWELRY 9TH It MERIDIAN Carpet Linoleum Tile LARGE SELECTION. LOW PRICE DURGAN'S 8TH & MAIN PH. 644-72SC 6— Transportation GO BY BEECHCRAFT Bonanza o an open schedule. Ph. 643-0621. 7-lo*t and Found Will anyone who found or boutfit male German Shepherd pup. approximately 1 month ago. pleas contact me at 811 E. 29Ul St. 0 call 644-3874. Reward. LOST: Elderly lady's purre Welicr'8 Ladies Room. Reward. P 378-7276 after 4:30 P.M. Lost: Bulova watch, vicinity Lindberg ichool. Reward. Ph. 64 5768. Lost: Billfold, black, imports cards. Lost in vicinity of Anderso If found, phone 378-3480. LOST: $500 in bills, mostly $10 rolled with rubber bands in fro of Rogers Jewelry on Meridia Sizeable reward. Ph. Norma Hibs Elwood FE 2-5381 Collect. LOST: June 10, 3-mo. old Beagl female, brown, black and whit Vicinity 40th & Brown Sts. Rewar Ph. 644-2324. 11— Funeral Directors Funeral Home for considerate, com petent service. Finest facilities at price you can afford. BROWN £ BU1Z PH. 644-66 11 A— Cemetery Lots For So Choose your cemetery lot now an pay for it in small installments It's the sensible thoughtful thing do. Call 642-37K 643-6129 or 642-713 MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY 12-Businet» Services, Gen. Harold (Mike} Summers 2304 C lumbus, 644-1037 after 5 p.m. ,, inj. Ph. 644-3087 Orville Nipper. MOSS. PH. 6434229. . . Landscaping, lot mowing, finishet grading, discing, complete yar work. Call Don Maddox, 643-1065 trucks. Repair service on all make Pfohl's Auto Service, 2704 Main Jay's yard finishing, pulverizing seeding. Also grading & weed mow ing. J. Huffman. 642-7S67. Lot Be yard mowing, hedge trim Anderson Industrial CLEANING CO. 715 Main St. 644-2531 Complete house or business clea ing. We offer the finest in clean ing. Honest employes. V e r thorough work done. Over 8 year business experience In the Ande son area. We Give S & H Green Stamps CARPENTRY. PAINTING. MASON RY. FREE ESTIMATES. 642-2524. Tree trim, top, remove. Ins. p 644-4021 or 642-0168. WEED MOWING PHONE 642-0031. SERVICEMASTER ANDERSON House cleaning problems? Why wo ry? We clean from attic to has ment or any part, which mee your needs. Free Estimates Office-130 W. 8th St. 644-82 seeding. 642-1308 after 4 P.M. Key's landscaping yards, pulveriz ing, seeding, finishing. 644-8196. Roof repair 20 yrs. exp. Slate, ti and shingles. New roof applied ,Vork suar. Free est. Ph. Collec Mechanicsburg 779-4569. DUKE'S ELECTRICAL SERVICE PHONE 642-4831 STUMP REMOVAL • PH. 642-3338 LAND SURVEYING HAROLD E. SMITH REG. ENGINEER 1 SURVEYOR 8JO Main St. Ph. 642-725 Dave's Lawn Maint'n. Mowing, ligh grading, plowing, discing. 642-6137. 13-App!ionce Service) House WIRING, services 220, rang plus, etc. Newsom Elec. 644-5335 ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY Notice is hereby given that the Commercial Bank and Trust Company, Administrator W.W.A. of the estate of Adrian J. Skees, being Estate No. 16758, by virtue of an order of the Superior Court of Madison County, Indiana, will, on the 18th day of June, 1966, at the hour of 1:00 P.M., offer for sale at public sale the personal property of the decedent inventoried in said estate consisting in part: riding mower, oil space heater, living room suite, two 3 piece bedroom suites, china closet, electric refrigerator, electric stove, air conditioner, miscellaneous hand tools, electric motors and miscellaneous articles of personal property. TERMS OF SALE: The property will be offered to the highest and best bidder for each item of personal, property for cash. LOCATION: The Adrian J. Skew farm located on the East side of Madison Avenue Road one-quarter mile North of Road 600. - COMMERCIAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, Administrator W.W.A. GEORGE MORGAN, Auctioneer Campbell & Jones, Atty. C— 3360d H-Junf 15-18, B— June 15-17 13 AffUmtu Unit* No need to send Sunbeam appliance! to factory — W* repair them btn. Provence Electric 1005 M*In Phone 642-76T, ANY MAXX SEWING MACHINE SERVICED IN HOME Reg S6.99 Now only $3.75 Singer Sewing Center 1190 Meridian Ph- M2-V2M Rogers Electric Co. Inc. Ph. 844-4449 Electrical contracting snd repair washers, dryers, refrigeration. Also expert .small appliance repair. Night emergency call 644-4449 WE SERVICE most makes and models of MAJOR APPLIANCES. ROBY's 4 E. Main, Chesterfield 37I-74U Reconditioned TVs and appliances. Complete TV and appliance sen-fee. Save 50 per cent on TV picture tubes. Appliance Warehouse. 1407 Main. Ph. 643-5996 till 9 p.m. 14— Building Contractors Fret est. 100% financinf. 20 yrs. exp. insured. A. BOOTS CONTRACTOR 644-8945 or 644-2663 SMALL JOB SPF.CIALIST Carpenter work. Hank Hudson. Ph. 643-7850, after 5 P.M. Anderson Home Service Remodeling of all kinds Free estimates — no down payment Bank Financing CLEO HOSEBERRY Ph. 644-5971. If no ans. 644-1131 Days or Evenings COMPLETE REMODELING of all kinds. Aluminum siding, garages, etc. JULIUS MOORE. 642-9289. We specialize in Remodeling! Fre« Estimates! Room Additions, Garages, Custom Cabinets, Built-in AD- oliances. you name it! Financed ocatlv nothing down, small monthly payments. Call the LUMBER NUMBER 644-6631. Madison Co. Lumber Also Painters available now — Day time call 644-6631. evenings CALL 643-7203 REMODEL NOW! Complete home Improvements. Can furnish financing. Call 643-3337 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. after hours Call M2-110S. ROOM ADDITIONS _ GARAGES ALUM. SIDING — REMODELING FREE ESTIMATES NO MONEY DOWN DP TO S YEARS TO PAY Petersen Lumber Co. 1710 OHIO AVE. PH. tM-Ml 16— Cement and Masonry CONCRETE WORK. ALL KINDS. EXPERIENCED & INSURED. Wm. V STEPHENS 643-3569 Snuffy Cement Work, Walks, steps, driveways, patios, etc. Ph. 724-4560. BLACK TOP PAVERS. Asphal driveways, parking areas. Free est Call anytime. 724-4983. loA-Gravel, Sand, Stone PEAT MOSS. FM, DIRT CRUSHED STONE DRIVEWAY GRAVEL PH. 643-2051. SHIPLEY & SON White flagstone, all kinds ruble stone veneers. Limestone & sandstone veneers. sills • coping • hearths & mantels. Ph. 643-2960. 16A— Gravel, Sand, Stone Bank run gravel top, fill dirt, grad ng and driveway cut. Ph. 643*6802 Top soil is our business Excellen soil. For prices phone 643-9824. GRAVEL— STONE— DIRT GRADING A. H. KELLY PH. S43-531 Special extra rich top dirt; fill gravel; stone 642-9057 or 642-7965. Stone Gravel & Sand PHONE 378-3351 Driveway Gravel CRUSHED GRAVEL MYERS SAND ft GRAVEL CORP. Alexandria Pike Phone 644*819 17-Hauling and Moving PH. 643.8524 . GENERAL HAULING LARGE TRUCK. 2 MEN 642-6769 Hauling, all kinds. Basement, garage cleaning. 644-5971 or 642-94,86. MOVE YOUR SELF and save up to 75 per cent. Local-Distance arid 1-way hauls. No special license required. EXTRA NICE VANS E-Z RENT-A-TRUCK 609 BROADWAY 643-8606 LIGHT & MEDIUM HAULING GERALD FOX. PH. 643-2681. Light hauling, garage, yard clean- JIM'S LIGHT HAULING — DEL. & PEAT MOSS. PH. 643.4881. Light hauling, lawn mowing & Odd jobs, mowing weeds, grading, top dirt, haul, apply peat moss, Dower beds. 642-2090 or 643-0686. 18-Pointing, Paperhanging Ext. painting, exp. fully Insured. Free estimate. Ph. 643-2748. Painting is no side line. Gutters cleaned & painted. Roof repairing. PAINTING INT. & EXT. COM- W. V. STEPHENS 643-3569 D H. SUMMERS Interior & Exterior Painting. For urther information, please refer to yellow pages. Ph. 642-3572. ard Zirklebach. Ph. 642-5682. Interior - exterior painting. Free estimates. Price reasonable. Ph. 644-6211. ERWIN-NEEL ENTERPRISES Residential and Commercial Int. & Ext. painting & paperhanglne .looting & Remodeling. Insured. FREE EST. PHONE 643-9131 Paul i. High, 644-9170 Eves. i>aper langing, steaming, patch plaster, iamples shown in your home. INTERIOR — Exterior painting and 19-Plumbing and Heating Plastic sewer pipe, plmg. supoues. Pipe Threading Open Sunday PENDLETON AVE. HDWE 1020 Pendleton Ave. Ph. 644-0043 20— Sewer Cleaning PUMP AND REBUILD ANY TANK. Chesty's Septic Service. Ph. 643.1488 Septic tanks cleaned It Installed. 15 yrs. exp. Danny Stanley 643-7103. 22-Help Wanted, Mala MACHINISTS JOURNEYMEN Excellent opportunity for Journeymen machinists on steady work, in our machine shop, on maintenance and repair. Must be high school graduate and wll- llnir to work any shift. Top rate $3.564 per hour, plus shift differential. Liberal company paid fringe benefit program. WrlU B & H Box M3355 An Equal Opportunity Employer AGES 20-40 ceded to train as SEMI DRIVERS, ou can earn over $3.00 per hour, nil 1.S1.1-S93-9J8.1 or writa Al-WIn eml Division, 814 High Street, JJ-Help Wanted, Met* Muutr for Service Station. School. aMwWw?"* 11 "* AGENT— ANDERSON To asll tin famous White Cross Plan. For complete dttstts and intcrvltw. send resuraa to: P.O. Box 2546. Munclt, Ind. ATTENTION MECHANICS WITH ALIGNMENT EXPERIENCE Starting Salary will be besed on your previous experience. General starting ranfe - $100.00 to |120.00 per week plut weekly Bonus. * Paid Vacation i • Paid Hospitalizatton Insurance • Paid liife Insurance • Paid Weekly Indemnity Insurance • Paid Retirement Froffram Phone 643*6525 for an appointment or come to our office at 1000 Fletcher Street and ask for Arnold Jonea. EVERYBODY'S OIL CORPORATION EXPERIENCED MEAT CUTTER KENLEY'S Super Market 1107 So. loth St. Noblesville. Indiana Part time job openings for Journey, men tooi makers. Penrod Corp. 24tJ> & Delaware. PHILLIPS PETROLEUM CO. (PHILLIPS 66) Needs men in the Anderson area. Managers, Assistant managers and driveway salesman. Salary plus guaranteed commission. Opportunity for advancement. Additional benefits. Age 18 to 45. Good work. Send resume to W. E. TIMPERMAN 3920 CATAUNA CT. INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 4622« LINEMAN ELECTRIC DISTRIBUTION CONSTRUCTION Pendleton 77H611 23-Help Wanted, female HOUSEWIVES Part time ladles. Earn additional neome, selling for Fuller Brush. Our ladi«s average between $2 & $3 an hour. Ph. 642-2378. Exp. waitress. Morning shift. Christy's Restaurant, Pendleton. "WANTED AVON REPRESENTATIVES" STOP! LOOK! INVESTIGATE Avon's earning opportunity. For interview call 643-5313 or write Mrs. Ruth Teeter, 804 North St. Chesterfield. Be your own boss, start with our proven spare time enterprise. Work t Into a lucrative busmess. Write P. O. Box 2245. Anderson. Full or Spare Time Ladies! Earn more money than you aver dreamed possible, in a delight- :ul, dignified activity in cosmetics, advancement possible. Write Box 176, Chesterfield or ph. 378-3825. Wanted: Beauty operator part time. Phone 643-7187. Neat appearing ladies, 25 to 35, for counter work. Apply in person, GRAYDON COLLIER TEMPORARY COMPTOMETER OPERATORS 10 comptometer operators for tern- porary assignment in Anderson. Ex* perienced only. Victor Temporaries 301 Illinois Bldg. Ph. 635-9501 Indianapolis. EXPERIENCED TELEPHONE SOLICITORS. STEADY WORK. HOURS 9 TO 3 AND 3 TO 9. APPLY: 333 E. 13TH OR PH. 642-0229. Tupperware Home Parties needs 4 demonstrators. 2 full time, 2 part time. No investment. For interview in .your home, call 844-1919. 24-Holp, Male-Female SUMMITVILLE resident needed to gather, write home town news. Write, giving education, work ex- ?erience and general information Leader - Tribune, Marion. Multl • million dollar expansion program has created Immediate openings in production work at RCA in Marion, Ind, Excellent fringe benefits In* elude: Paid insurance Paid holidays Paid vacations Retirement program Aoply at the RCA employment office. 3301 S. Adarns, Marion, Ind. Interviewing hours, Monday thru Friday 8 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. \ Radio Corporation Of America An Equal Opportunity Employer, M4F 25— Agents and Salesmen 3 FULL TIME MEN Opportunity to earn $150.00 per week. Ladies over 30 considered. Phone 642-7442 SALES 1 SERVICE Married man over 18 to service cellent earnings, no capital required. Write B&H Box M3335. 26— Situations Wanted PH. 641-3409. Exp. fast service. 643-9303. TYPING — BOOKKEEPING TO DO N MY HOME. 643-7323. WASHINGS AND IRONINGS. PH. 643-8658 transportation. References. 644-0343 LAWNS TO MOW. FREE ESTIMATES 643-7859 Dump truck hauling. Gravel, dirt, peat, anything, odd Jobs. 643-0577. Vashings & ironings, exp. guar. ronings. 12c article. Will care for child 643-9258. School teacher wantt lawns to mow. ALTERATIONS PH. 644-1628. RESTYLE YOUR WARDROBE. PATCH PLASTERING _ DRV WALL. "CHIC" LOTT 642-6488. 27-Child Cora Child care in my home. 82S Marine Will care for children In my home day! a w!t. So Main St. e42-S>34. Will care for children in my home. 2790 Dewey. Ph. 642-OS42. Hilld care in my home. South aide. Fenced yard. 643-2737. Will care for children In my homt, Weit tide. Fenced yard. 843-0813. 18— Builnnt Opportunities FOR LEASE Major Oil Company has I. 2 or 3-bay Stations. GOD] rental structure, low Investment. Phone 644-8853 SS^ftVnilMM OPMfflMlriM FO1 RENT: Filling Stiffen. Oe> r«e ft Rtsuurut on U.I. N. St«: Ouilw Smtth at Import*. TAVERN FOR SALE touted oo tht mill itmtta Alt* ajwlrta. 1 Way UMOH. Thti uvern U miUnf many. Owner hu other Interests OU D. J. COPELAND BEALTOB Pendleton Ph. 171-3805 Beauty shop tor sale — latest equ,,. ment. full line of supplies Included. 4 operators. Owner Icavlni town. Cash or contract. Shown by ftp- pointment. Write B&H Box 3309. TRAILER PARK """ "™ One of the nicest we nave seen. Right on very heavily traveled tuper hlihway. All wooded with acreage yet to be developed. Paved streets, completely modern Asking $140.000 and will take cash down payment or TRADE. Can't beat this one. LIQUOR STORE In food sized community. Has been in bus. 32 yrs. end ready to re. tire. Everyth'ng goes at $25.000. Includes inventory. Excellent profit picture. VAN LANINOHAM BUSINESS BROKERS 316 And. Bk. Bldf. H43-6S5J 29-Miscclloneout For Sol* USED PIPE Panhandle Eastern Pipe Line Company offers for aale to the highest bidder Itl. "As is where is." the material de- icrlbed below: Approximately 18,000' of 18" O.D. x .281 wall 53.22 U>. Seam- leas Steel Used Line Pipe. This pipe in double random lengths is located at S e 1 m a, Indiana, on property leased by Panhandle Eastern for storage purposes north of Miller Street and west of Albany Street and adjacent to New York Central Raiload Right-of-way. The pipe will be sold on a pe- foot basis, by the lot or a portion (hereof. Tor further information contact Mr. H«y Mlnden, Bluffton, nidi- ana warehouse •uperintendent. or Mr. Fred Hawkins, Assistant Superintendent Phone 219-824. »io. The pipe may be. inspected between the hours ol «:00 «.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon Saturdays until June 30, 1966. No one going on the premises on which the pipe ii stored lor the purpose of inspecting the pipe prior to making a bid shall climb on or otherwise disturb said pipe, and all those going on said premises shall assume whatever risk may be incidental thereto. No warranty, express or Implied, is made with the sale of this pipe and Panhandle Eastern reserves the right to reject any and ail bids. Bids received In the Kansas City office after the close of business July 6, 1966, will not be considered. • The successful bidder will be notified by July 12, 1966. Bid forms may be , obtained from Mr. Minden or Mr. Haw- Hns at Panhandle's Bluffton Warehouse, Spring and Wayne Streets or at the Myers Lumber Company, Selma, Indiana. GRAVELY TRACTOR SALES & SERVICE Anderson. R.R. 3. Lapel 534-3763 25TH ST. t HAMILTON RD. THEN ''4 MI W JIM NEWBY Mens golf clubs, 3 woods, 8 irons, bag, used once. $75. Ph. 643.0943. Cement Mixer A-l condition »40. Ph. 643-5464. Like new. set of 13 inch mags with Singer sewing machine, electric drill, Bell-Tone hearing aid. Ph. 642-3017. Two-wheel utility trailer for sale. $25, 10 x 15 rug. $35. Ph. 354-4692. most new, full set of drums. |175. PANELS Beautiful, light $3.75 LINE'S PLYWOOD, BROADWAY New shoes and clothing, 2 rugs 12x15 and 9x12. Other miscellaneous terns. 2113 Hill St. North ol Coon Hunter Club off Cross St. Ph. 6443823. Complete Bryant gas furnace, A-l condition. Call before 6 P.M. at 2216 Delaware. ISLANDER MOWERS 32" CUT. 6 H.P. ALSO GARDEN ROTO-TILLERS ROTO-HOE SALES 4 SERVICE (Huntsville) 1 sq. W. of. St. Rd. 67 Nice clean: Washing machine. Steamer trunk, chest drawers, new bicycle, several ref., elec. range, gas range, gun rack, dbl. bed. stu- iques, rummage. 1521 Noble. DEHUMIDIFIEH, $25. 3607 BURTON PLACE 29"x7': 31U"x7'; 25>,'a"x7', and 24Va" S-300 Roto spreader. 4 cycle, B.&S. — $50. Ph. 643-7089. Good Walnut firewood by the rick. Ph. 533-4574. Wheel Horse S H.P. mower. 32" cut. 1 yr. old. A-l. Ph. 642-3015. Lionel elec. train mounted on plywood, new sump pump. 354-2806. Fidelity hearing aid, glasses type, $100. 26 in. bicycle, S12. Ph. 6423560. 2302 Morton St. Men's shoe skates, size U; women's stroller S5; hi-chair J5; maple crib $15; girl's 26" bike $10; dress form 12-14 $5. Ph. 643.0843. LUMBER 2"x6"xl6'— $1.60 2"x8 J '-2"xlO' J -2"xl2" LINE'S on Broadway Body and lender repair tools, girl's 24 inch bike, wringer washer, elec' ric fan,* ana misc. articles. Ph. 1 Davenports, 2 bed couches, 2 storm doors, boy's bicycle, drapes, TV, end tables, chad's pool table. 712 E. 32nd. lunk for Nimrod Camper, ice chest, Ilrl Scout and Leader uniforms, unlor clothes, rummage. 813 Milton Ave. . Girl's 20" Schwlnn. 1, Boy's 24" Schwlnn. 1 Boy's 26" bike, 1 Pr. girl's shoe skates, size 6, new. 4106 Helene Curtis hair dryer, adjustable-chair type. Real bargain. Excellent condition. Also 20", adjust* able window fan. Like new. Ph, BOAT, motor and trailer; break- ast set; A-fr&rne and winch; cut- ing torch. Reas. Ph. 378-5502. Underwood typewriter 150. dining able and \ chairs $23; Thor ironer 50; lamps (3 each; wood porch ilider iio; platform rocker $25; gal- vanlied twin tubs $5. Ph. 644-1544. Heathklt DX-100, transmitter 1ft good condition. $79. 944-70M after p.m. VE HAVE SEVERAL USED OPERATORS. Dyer's Garage Door Operators 042-5174 or 044-582.1 Repossessed Console TV Mapla tin- ah. As low as $2.00 Weekly. Goodyear Service Store •• Mt-.-M -— |L_- •-•<• iF**fffll^^MIB^^^MV fWf ^^^9 CLOTHESLINE POSTS 4 LINE— $10.75 PR. OLAIEB BROTHEU •00 BROADWAY PH. M4-77U SAFES Busiiuu and homt types. Flrct-i** •taunt boxei. to money chute. M1LLCB HUOGIN8. INC. KlfM on Meridian It 1213 WESTERN AUTO Flint headquarters for quality Perfection products. Unlimited Colors Guaranteed one-coat products Interior and Exterior Painta From W.49 to |7.98 p er Gal. CHESTERFIELD SHOPPING CENTER Hug Shampooer $1. per day Latex house paint $3.88 gal. Porch'deck paint S3.49 gal. Wall paint «.77 Gal. Dark Cre6sote $1.19 Gal FRISCO PAINTS 15 WEST 19th. Peco Appliance Parts Jk» new, apt. sfzt (as refrlgera- :ors for home and apt. use. 1329 East lOth St. Ph. H4-B970 DENTED & SCRATCHED 10 Ib tt'. Washer $109.95 — t 35 15 Ib A. Washer $239.95—1168 15 U E Dryer ... ..|169.95-$128 H cu. ft. Refrlg. 1349 95— $125 6000 B.T.U. Air cond. $139.95-} t» Call 644-3611 extension 68 Montgomery Ward & Co THE MALL" ON 109 BY-PASS A. L. Brewster Plywood 2801 St. Rd. 9 N. 644-1040 SEE THE NEW Bolens Lawn Keeper 6 hp. na" cut. Cuts ahca.d of front wheels. Cenler pivot steering. M & J Henderson, Inc. "SALES WITH SERVICE" % mi. N. of Linder's on hiway 9. Ph. 642-6177 Wringer washer — wed .$ 47.75 Riding mower, demo $1K.50 Tiller — discontinued $129.50 Garden hose,' close 1 out 20% off ?ort. TV, floor sample »I29.8S Radios, new. close out 10% off FIRESTONE STORE I4th t Meridian ... Ph. (U3-5329 frlgerator. $4.00 weekly. Goodyear Service Store 16th & Meridian Phone 643-3359 International Heating Full 20 Yrs. Guarantee AND NOT PRO-RATED CAN ADD COOLING 5 YEAR GUARANTEE FREE ESTIMATES Anderson Home Maint'n PH. 64J-3319 CLEARANCE SALE ON MANY SMALL APPLIANCES. AS LOW AS 51.50 PER WEEK B. F. GOODRICH 1409 Meridian Ph 644-6621 200 A.M. P. port. Welder. $400 cash. 1204 Cincin. Ave. Anderson. Simkins Auto Parts 3121 OHIO Ave. <S43 3343 4 chrome reversed wheels $79.95 Spec, prices on new & used parts. Huffy Bicycles. $23.50 up Jr. Dragster, $29.95 HAYNES BICYCLE 308 W. 22nd Re-inforcing Rod & Re-inforcing Mesh For Concrete J. F. PHILLIPS IRON & METAL Phone 644-6649 FLAT WALL PAINT WHITE & COLORS - $1.99 GAL. Army Surplus Outlet 825 Meridian OPP. COURTHOUSE Lawn mower; sofa; record table & 3 record holders. Ph. 642-7231. Aerials, Color-BW $5.9! UHF S4.95 Tubes, wire cut prices. TURNER RADIO-TV, 2019 Sherman. Ven. blind cleaning. Strm. Windows JONES MFG. 917 Madison 644-8933 OFFICE SUPPLIES • EQUIPMENT Type 104 Thermofax Copy Paper YELTON'S INC. 1137 MAIN 642-8062 Mary Carter Paints 2 gallons only $6.98 Interior flat or house paint. Also value prices on complete line of Interior - exterior enamel, varnish, brushes and accessories. Mary Carter Paints 2806 Nichol Ave. State Rd. 32 West Next to Marsh-Tarns PH 644-1944 NOW OPEN Marvin's Discount Fabrics First house north of MitchcP Motors on 109 Bypass. Mill ends ot drapery, slipcover & upholstery fabrics. WHEEL HORSE Extra long trades, easv terms. See the best In qulaity at low, low prices. Just say "CHARGE IT". Implement Service E. 10TH & RAKGELINE RD. CASH AND CARRY 2 X 4. PRE • CUT STUDS. 9331' ECONOMY GRADE 42c EACH. •35 LB. BARRETT ROOFING. 87.65 Per Sq. PETERSEN LUMBER PH 644-8891 Hot water Baseboard Heating Modern Home Equip. 314 EAST 21ST. PH. 644-9150 Used Mowers — Tractors •Ve're loaded with trade-ins such as lorse,' Springfield, etc. R. W. GEETING SALES 3601 E. 10th Ph. 644-4722 As Low as $2.00 Weekly Goodyear Service Store 16th & Meridian Phone 643-3359 100 Amp. Arc welder S80 225 or 230 Amp. welders $93 compl. Smith's gas weldine equip. $00 up. Portable power plants, plus Arc welder $325. ALL YOUR WELDING NEEDS Laudig Supply & Rental St. Rd. 9 So. Pendleton 778-2602 DOORS — LOW COST MAHOGANY - BIRCH - OAK. INSTALLED IF YOU WISH LINE'S PLYWOOD-BROADWAY 29A-Sporti, Boats, Melon 8-H.P. SEA KING Outboard. Used once. S1VS. Ph. 643-7089. 1965 SUckerafl boat, 65 H.P. Mercury .motor '65 trailer, convertible top. Skiing equipment. Very reasonable. Ph. 644-3429 alter 4 Friday or anytime Saturday or Sunday. 8'4 Ft. Wilson Hydroplane Ph. 354-2806 12 Ft. Crestllner Sportsman alum. x>at. 30 H.P. Johnion outboard mo. tor. cover and tralltr. Mult sen to "tiS?%jS£*X5!£ " ^.^.EVjlHWBJIWim "££J^£v£? 18 n. Low Mir Chliiiiito bMb- double hull, flkn «Ht Wit Bite rude. P.S., ConwrtlbU top and' travtl eovtr, padded lamm mtft, deck, heavy duty MwraUat traattr with ipart UN, (ullr aaulpptd with accessories. Ilk* n*w. Ft. lapel SW-4415. > MIDWAY GUN AND : SWAP SHOP Corner 23rd * Meridian MMOU, Buy, sell, trade or anything. Special Clearance • 196«. 16 FT. YELLOWSTONE. COMPLETELY SELF- CONTAINED lint 15 FT. KENSKILL. SELF- * CONTAINED WITH DROP ' FRAME 117BI 16 FT. BLAZOR. SELF-CON- TRUCK CAMPER SPECIALS 1 FT. CAMPER COMPLETE WITH BUNKS. FROM . 1 JM TWINED WITH TOILET ...fl«M, WE HANDLE HOLIDAY . RAMBLER • FRANKLIN AND MANY OTHERS. GENERAL CMC TRUCK SALES ,2 Mi. north of Muncie on Hwy. 6T Pa MUNCIE 288-5578 Camping rig complete. H ton, 'M ruck. 10 ft. cab over camper & acks. Ph. 642-B173. PRICES REDUCED ON ALL BICYCLES. OVER 15 DIFFERENT MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM. AS LOW AS 51.50 PER WEEK. B. F. GOODRICH 409 Meridian Ptwne 644-6621 LARGK SCHOOL BUS CAMPER. PHONE 642-3970. U Mi. East of Rd. 9. on 1st Rd. North o) Drive-In. Ph. 642-9840. HARTLE'S CAMPERS SALES * RENTALS Trade Winds 2C1S Broadway Open Sun. 544.1165 contained trailer. Mult sell. Big avlngs. Call 643-3793. JOHNSON MOTORS STARCRAFT BOATS RUNABOUT, FISHING. SAFLINO. CANOES, MARINE SUPPLIES. BOAT TRAILERS. CAMPING TRAILERS TRAILER HITCHES. GET YOUR VARMINT RIFLE NOW, 224-22-250 IN STOCK. ALSO WEATHERBY, BROWNING GUNS. WE BUY, SELL AND TRADE. NO MONEY DOWN ON MOST ITEMS. BANK RATES. GENE & BROWNIE 627 MER. ST. PHONE 644.600* DUNN'S TRAILER SALES Skamper, Puma. Sales & RentaL 605 W. 6th 642-1043 or 643-1840 KEL1ART CAMPING TRAILERS HITCHES TO FIT MOST CARS Maiden's Trailer Sales & Rentals Pendleton Boat Sales MERCURY OUTBOAHDS LONE STAR BOATS — TRAILERS Complete line of accessories. Authorized Sales & Service. Big 4 Depot Bldg. Phone 178-2324 WE - BUY - GUNS. GUN BARN Moss I. Rd TRAVEL TRAILERS TOR REN 1 ! 1 PH. 642-5242 OR 644-9023 BOAT INSURANCE: Full coverage. S3: £25 ded.. S2; 850 ded.. H.60 per 5100. 643-4762. 203 Cit. Bk. Bldg- BOB HODSON 30-Aucfion Sain Spot cash for Merchandise, truck oad or box full. Andys Auction. Sat. nite 7:30. Fortville 485-5137. AUCTION CITY 12th & High. Middle town, Ind. Saturday, June 18, 7:30 P.M. Norman Kfnser and his Saddle Pals will entertain you before sale. Wa have a sale barn full of merchandise. Dealers wel. We buy and sell. 642-7611. WANTED TO BUY Used Furniture — Appliances. MUDD's Ph. 644-1433. WE BUY AND SELL Quality Used Furniture PETTY'S AUCTION 'SOI W. 24th. Ph. 644-7066 or 642-9463 30A-Antiques For Sal* 9 piece antique dining room suite. Lapel 534-3085. Parker's Antiques 413 SOUTH WOODWARD. LAPEL 31-Rummage Sales dishes, odds & ends. N. on 109 Dy- Pass to Lutheran Church. W. to 605 Rainbow Blvd. Ph. 644-4792. m£:. m il8 Haverhill, Meadowbrook. 2 sales: E. ot 67 on 38th to Valley Grove School, turn S. 6th house. Fri-Sat. 8 A.M. - ? Clothes line rummage sale. 323 E. Tools, Furniture Dishes, Antiques 1521 Noble Garage sale. Thurs. Fri. Sat. 9 to 3. Sweeper, tables, appl. furs. Toys, records, couch, clothing, baby itema 2316 Lake Dr. N-Wood Hills. Clothing and Misc. items all Welcome. Fri.. Sat.. Mon. 9-5. 2409 E. 5. Rummage Sale. Clothes, misc. items. Fri. & Sat., 622 Iroquois. 1202 Nichol Ave. Friday 9 to 5. Saturday 9 to 3. Adults' it chil' dren's things, misc. Everyone welcome. Clean, childrens' and adults' clothing and misc. Thursday. Friday and Saturday. 8 to 8. 2925 E. 8th. Alult & children's clothing. aiiances, mowers, toys & misc. All welcome. Thurs. & Fri. 9 to 4:30. Sat. 9 to 12. 1513 W. 3rd. RUMMAGE SALE Clothing it household goods. Friday & Saturday 9-5. 1815 Louise. Same people as 1913 E. 8th. ONLV COME TO 2833 Alexandria PiXe. Cross the Bv-Pass and follow Gale's Garden sign. Baby thru size 18. Some furniture. Friday k Saturday. mlsc'^SOS Fletcher, 9 to f .' CLOTHING «: misc. Thurs. * Fri. 8 to 4. 1525 Alexandria Pike. Friday. Saturday, 9 to 6. 2025 Drexel Dr. Buy, sell, dishes, clothing, lamps, etc. 2040 Broadway. 643-1063. day June 17th 9 to 6. Sat. 8 to 12. Elm Grove Church. Moving: all welcome to sale oJ clothing, toys, furniture, household & mlsc items. 2103 Bnntwood tr. Thurs.. rrl., Sat. 8-8 Rummage tale In garage M 33M Hamilton Place. Clothing & misc. Everyone welcome. Clothing and misc. itemi. sill Columbus Ave., garage. Clothing furniture 4 misc. Dally alt*. 12 Noon. 209 Moss Island Rd. The AttU Window - 1011 Main -St. Women I Aux. Christian Center. ' Adults ii Children's Clothing, reduced prices. 2002 Arrow Ave. Palmer's Junk Shop 1th * John Open 11-7 Ph. Mt-llU BUY AND SELL „

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