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PAGE 14 THE ANDERSON HERALD SATURDAY, JUNE 18, I9M Two Elephants CHICAGO (UPI) -Mrs. Lil- tiam Hildebrand, awakened by "a great commotion-like dragging chains or a bell"—tumbled out of bed. "I looked out the window and Create Chicago Area Havoc there" wasT an elephant in my rising commuters returned back yard," she said, my God,' I said to myself. I going crazy'?" Behind them were two tig za« swaths of destruction. Police handled 44 complaints of property — including one smashed garage—and said they expected more when early- 'Oh, home to crumpled fence 'am trampled petunia^ and A motorist breezing along northbound on River Road at 50 The first complainants found police busy but a bit blase. miles an hour did a doubteUkc Are you calling about those a flowerbed alongside her house and left a big, black leather bellyfaand snagged on the fence. Mrs. Beth Wojcik, who was having her first cup of coffee, said 'All of a sudden I heard a clanking. "I thought it was the dog next door but it kept getting louder and louder. Than I saw an elephant coming out of our . *» ' hboard driveway." Part "He walked all over my gar» u feet. He narrowly a ful sation asked Mrs - Hildebrand den. Just look at my tomatoes a full- ,. , md radlshes and beans" i]k ,. w , 'that lumberedlWore she across the street into the brush i«™. * ''' „ ^e^nSn" that upset! ^e visitor to Mrs. Hi.de- and radishes and beans" Footprints 8 inches in diameter and 4 inches deep blotted the soil. Nearby a youngster had put up a crude sign: trampled!elephant stepped here." "The ed areas. of Leyden township was a four-hour rampage by two female circus elephants. Barbara, 20, and Kay, 18, bolted to freedom when they were frightened by the roar of Airport. They eluded their handlers as they were being transferred to a van at a Franklin Park factory site where the Kelly- Miller Circus had given performances. Police launched a safari when an excited Franklin Park resident phoned and said, "two elephants are in my back yard." Five policemen, chuckl- disbelief. went to the merchant marine strike. He conferred separately with the two sides, appealed to them to negotiate a settlement for the good of the nation then left them in different rooms ing home. Barbara and Kav lumbered off—one headed north and one west. The pachyderms roamed on through busy streets and well-kept lawns into Northlake, Schiller Park and Stone Park. Sixty-five policemen, deputy sheriffs and few four handlers—including some from nearby Brookfield Zoo—joined Ihe hunt. Barbara was corralled in a forest preserve 1 1-2 miles north of the escape point. Kay was finally caught in an industrial parking lot in Stone Park, five miles from where she started her romp. Wilson Pushes Strike Talks LONDON (UPI) —Prime first face-to-face meeting since Minister Harold Wilson called i of the striking National the strike began May 16. NUS general secretary Wil- Union of Seamen (NUS) andjiam Hogarth said no decision the Shipping Federation to No. was taken today on whether to 10 Downing Street Friday in an continue the strike. His union effort to end the five-week held a strategy meeting before going to the Prime Minister's residence. "We do not intend to tell the Prime Minister anything," he "to said before the meeting. "We think over his pleas. Later hejhope he will have something to sent in sandwiches and beer. Wilson was reported trying get the two sides to hold the with the members giving the salute to the flag anTthe sing. ££ ing of America. Devotions were won u^ door given by Mrs. Uya Fair. LADYBIRD MEETS SUNNY — Mrs. Lyndon Johnson appears to have mixed feelings as she reaches to a pet donkey named "Sunny" at Boys Town, fjefa.., Thursday. Two residents of the famous haven for homeless boys, George Edwards, 14, left, and Carlo Ortega, 12, Strike Halts All Air France Flights PARIS (UPI) -All A France flights were cancel Friday by a 48-hour stri: called by crews of tl government airline. The crew are seeking restoration subsidies formerly paid to tho lying more than 84 hou monthly aboard Boeing 707 je liners. QUALITY TIRES NO MATTER WHAT YOU WANT TO PAY! p • Dayton Thorobreds • Dunlep Gold Seal • Super Sports 125 • Appearance Blemished Seconds • Fully Guaranteed Retreads Free Mounting and Balancing Be A Satisfied Customer Day tan TIRES CENTRAL TIRE _-"Your-Ttre-Super-Mart"__ 1010 Central Ave. Ph. 643-6665 Many See THE LARGEST SELECTION OF BEAUTIFUL ROSES In Full Bloom Priced At 1 75 and Up A SUGGESTION FROM GAAR'S "Don't forget to water your flowers" Sale! 1 Gallon Makes 120 Gal. of Ferliliier Save $ 4 97 First Gallon $4 98 2nd Gal. for Ic The ORTHO GRO Liquid 12-6-6 is a well rounded fertilizer that you may apply to anything and everything . . . then Hep back and admirel GAAR'S GARDEN SHOP - NURSERIES Hours: Mon. thru Sat. 7:30 A.M. to 5 P.M. Phone 378-3333 CLOSED SUNDAY tell us. We are willing to meet the shipowners but not just on any terms." have the animal in tow. Both boys ore from Laredo, Texas. (AP Wirephoto) Indianapolis Police Solve Burglary Before Discovery INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - A supermarket burglary was solved before it was discover near here Thursday. Police became suspicious of a Summer Science; Math Classes Report Progress day morning and captured two men when they attempted to flee on foot after wrecking the car in the police chase. Gilbert Hall, 40 and Johnny Colquitt, 39, both of Int&anapol- s, were arrested and several Jiousand dollars worth of meat, cigarettes and groceries were recovered. The loot found in the car and ;n a north side home was taken 'rom an A & P supermarket in southern Marion County, pol- ce said. Officers recovered enough grocieries to fill a truck. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF APPOINTMEN1 16770 Notice is hereby given that Ken leth L. Holtzleiter was on the 13 _lay of June 1966, appointed Ad' ministrator of the Estate oE Johr Holtrleiter deceased. All persons having claims against said estate, whether or not now due. must file the same in said court within si* months from the date of the firs' publication of this notice or sale claims will be: forever barred, SaiC Estate is supposed to be solvent. Dated at Anderson. Jnd. this 13 lay of June. 1966. Eugene Creapmile. Clerk of the Superior Court of Madison County. Indiana ViUiam J. Norton. Attorney H-3381—June 18-25. July 2 AUCTION SALE 706 West Broadway, Alexandria 10:30. Sat.. June 18. Sale of louse hold Furniture & Equipment, .lost Items like new. Heck Kirk, Auctioneer. C-3334 H—June 17 & 18. B—16 & 17 SHERIFF'S SALE By virtue of a certified copy of judgement and decree to me di- ected by the Clerk of the Circuit -ourt of Madison County, in a case vherein Anderson Loan Association Plaintiff and Ethel Groce (formerly Ethel Wilson Brown) Defendant, re- airing me to make the sum of Thousand Nine Hundred Two Dollars and Fifty Nine Cents, with merest on said Decree and costs. I •ill expose and offer at Public Sale 0 the hiRhest bidder, on Friday, the 9th day of July. 1966, at 10 o'clock \.ML, at the door of the Court House 1 Anderson, Madison County, In- iana. or so much thereof as may e necessary to satisfy the plain- ff's judgement, interest and costs. he following described real estate n the County of Madison and State f Indiana; to-wit: Lot Numbered 35 in Hodson's First Addition to the City of An- Said real estate will he sold with- ut relief from valuation and an- raisemont laws, and in all things suant to and as provided by the : of the General Assembly of the late of Indiana (Acts of 1!>57. oajje 76). Immediately after the sale of aid real estate T will execute and Oliver to the purchaser a deed of onveyance therefor, which shall he alid and effectual to convey all of he right, tide and interest held or laimed by each and all nf the de- endants and of all persons claiming rom. through or under them. Mary L. Ravage. Sheriff Madison County, Indiana Sansberry & Dickmann. Attorneys for plaintiff 6/2/66. H-3.118—June 4-IM8. ELWOOD—Tuesday will begin the third week of private summer classes in laboratory science and modern math al Edgewood school. Chemistry was studied the first two weeks. Planned for the coming weeks are experiments in electricity, weather, machines, and space. Included in the study of space will be the use of the new telescope of Edgewood school some the planetarium ersity. Bach unit or week's work is complete, and a new unit is started the following Tuesday. Due to the class being small there is still room for a few more fourth, fifth or sixth grade students. The classes in laboratory science are taught on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday by Cleland Phelps. On Friday morning modern math is taught by Carl Renner, Edgewood principal. Anyone interested in any part of the program may contact Renner at LEGAL NOTICES "NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT Notice is hereby given that Oral Edens was on the 14 day of June 1966 appointed Administrator of the Estate of Addle Mae Edens deceased. All persons having claims against said estate, • whether oi not now due, must file . the same in said court within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Said Estate is supposed to be solvent. Dated at Anderson, Ind. this 14 day ol June, 1066. Eugene CreaRmUe, Clerk of he Superior Court of Madison County, Indiana Kelley. Arnold & KeUey, Attorney H-3382—June 1H-Z5. July 2. SHERIFF'S SALE By virtue of a certified copy of a udgement and decree to me directed by the Clerk of the Circuit Court of "Madison County, in a case .-herein Anderson Loan Association _'laintiff and Grace B. DeArmond, administratrix of the estate of rtyrtle Adams Miller, deceased. Lt Al Defendant, requiring me to make the sum of three thousand nine hundred sixty eight Dollars and sixty-two Cents, with interest on said Decree and costs. I will expose and offer at Public Sale to the liEhest bidder, on Monday, the 2oth day of July, 1966, at 10 o'clock A.M., at the door of the Court House n Anderson. Madison County. Indiana, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the plain- iff's judgement, interest and costs, he following described real estate n the County of Madison and State if Indiana; to-wit: Lot Numbered 18 in the Continuation of J. D. Hodecap's First Addition to North Anderson, in the City of Anderson. Said real estate will be sold with- 3ut relief from valuation and appraisement laws, and in all things mrsuant to and as provided by the Act of the General Assembly of the State of Indiana (Acts of 1357, page VTfii. Immediately after the sale of aid real estate I will execute and deliver to the purchaser thereof a leed of conveyance therefor, which shall be valid and effectual to con- -ey all of the right, title and in- erest held or claimed by each and all of the defendants and of all persons claiming from, through or under them. Mary L. Ravage, Sheriff Madison County, Indiana Sansberry & Dickmann, Attorneys for plaintiff June 2. 1966. H-3317—June 4-IM8. LEGAL NOTICE The Board of School Trustees of The School City of Anderson. Indiana, will accept sealed bids Until &;30 P.M. Tuesday. July 5. 1966. for Hoofine Materials to be used at Washington Elementary School. Specifications may be obtained at Uw Business Office, 528 W. 11U1 Street, Anderson. The Board of School Trustees reserves the right to reject any or all bids. G. E. Ebbertt, Superintendent o[ Schools C-3387—June 18-25^ Carry Out Available al Both Localiont 14 St. Ph. 643-7154 - Open 9 A.M. le 1 P.M. St. Rd. 67 Ph. 644-3850-Open 9 A.M. to 10:00 P.M. CHICKEN BOX PoTatou, Gravy, Slaw, Roll) Box of 3 fci $1.J5 Box of i P<> _ $1.6J BUCKET OF CHICKEN 15 Pet. Chic kin, 1 Pint Gravy, 10 Rolls $375 THE DINNER SPECIAL STSO Thi Buclnt— Plui Pololon, Onin Btoni, Coll Slaw, bill. CHICKEN AND NOODLES 1.00 Maihsd Polatatl, Gravy, Slaw, Rolli. 8" APPLE OR CHERRY PIE ... EA. 39c I FRESH STRAWBERRY PIE „„. $UJ »1 M I EVERYTHING ON OUR MENU PACKAGED TO GO f Edgewood for more information. Playground Construction Work is being rapidly completed on the leveling, fertilizing and planting of grass for the playground area at the new Elwood Community Park act- ajacent to Elwood Heights. Tri Kappa sorority donated $600 for playground equipment and the Rotary Club has pledged to complete the project. Rotarians are having a chick- Elwood Trio Attend Nurses Conference ELWOOD — Mrs. Chauncey Parker Jr., high school counselor, Mrs. Robert Wesseler, school nurse, Mrs. Blair Sullivan, high school nurse and counselor, attended the conference on "The Adolescent of Today." at the Ft. Wayne Indiana- Purdue Regional Campus on June 8 and 9. The conference was sponsored by the Indiana League for Nursing, Indiana State Board of Health Foundation, Indiana Hospital Association, Indiana Academy of Pediatrics, and the Indiana State Medical Scoiety Nurse Graduates Miss Karen Hampton, daughter oi Mrs. Ethel Johnson of 318 North 18th St., graduated from Indiana University School of Nursing, in the 13Wi commencement exercises of the school. Miss Hampton received a Bachelor of Science degree. en barbecue at the Callaway Park June 25, with the proceeds going to the playground jrojeot. ' 4 5 Area Teachers In BSU Workshop MUNCIE.Ind.—Five Madison County teachers ere among 41 'ndiana teachers participating n a two-week summer workshop in "Early Childhood Education" being held at Ball State University June 13-24. Dr. Betty J. Pogue, director : the workshop, said participants are devoting study to needs .and interests of early •hildhood, pre - school, kinder- jarten and primary school children as a basis for a critical valuation of the present practices in this field. Participants from Anderson are Mrs. Beverly Y. Briles, 1910 7th, second grade teacher Forest Hills; Mrs. Martha Shively, Rt. 1, third grade eacher and Mrs. Wanda Winker, 2302 E. 40th .fourth grade eacher. Others were Mrs. Marilyn Thomas, Alexandria, first grade eacher in Alexandria and Miss lugenia Forst, Elwood, fifth a-ade teacher in the Hunting- on County Community School Corporation. LEGAL NOTICES SHERIFF'S SALE By virtue of a certified copy of a udgement and decree to me directed by the Clerk of the Superior Court of Madison County, in a case wherein The New York Bank For Savings Plaintiff and Dean Pickett and Lois E. Pickett Defendants, requiring me to make the sum of •Jine Thousand and Five Hundred Seventy Dollars and Seventy Six Cents, with interest on said Decree tnd costs, I will expose and offer at Public Sale to the highest bidder. Tuesday, the 26th day of July, ^j at 10 o'clock A.M.. at the door of the Court House in Anderson rtadison County, Indiana, or sc much thereof as may be necessary o satisfy the plaintiff's judgement, nterest and costs, the follow-in j: described real estate in the County of vladison and State of Indiana; to< vit: Lot Numbered 10 in the Replat of Arlington, a subdivision in the City of Anderson, as recorded in "Plat Book 4, Page 14. Records of Madison County, Indiana. Said real estate, will be sold with out relief from valuation and 3D' praisement laws, and in all things mrsuant to and as provided by the Act of the General Assembly of the State of Indiana (Acts of 1957, page 476). Immediately after the sale of said real estate I will execute and deliver to the purchaser thereof a deed of conveyance therefor, which shall be valid and effectual to convey all the right, title and interest held or claimed by each and all of the defendants and of all persons claiming from, through or under hem. Mary L. Ravage. Sheriff Madison County. Indiana Bagot. Free & Shearer, Attorneys for plaintiff 6/2/66. H-3320—June 4-11-18. SHERIFF'S SALE By virtue of a certified copy of _ judgement and decree to me directed by the Clerk of the Superior Court of Madison County, in a case therein Laymen Life Insurance Company Plaintiff and Grover Lee 3asey. Beverly Jane Basey, Robert F. Geetinc and Ruby F. Geetini defendants, requiring me to maki he sum of Nine Thousand Six Hun- ired Eich'y Five Dollars and Ninety Cents, with interest on said Decree and costs, I will expose and offer it Public Sale to the highest bidder; on Wednesday, the 2?th day of July. IflfiS. at 1ft o'clock A.M.', at he door of the Court House in An> derson, Madison County, Indiana, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the plaintiff's udgement, interest and costs, the following described real estate in :he County of Madison and State of [ndfana; to-wlt: Lot Numbered 23 in Wistaria Subdivision, a subdivision In the City of Anderson, as recorded in Plat Book 8, Page 2. Records of Madison County, Indiana. Said real estate will be sold without relief from valuation and ao- praisement laws, and in all things mrsuant to and as provided by the Act of the General Assembly of the "state of Indiana (Acts of 1957. page 176). Immediately after the sale of aid real estate I will execute and leliver to the purchaser thereof a deed of conveyance therefor, which hall be valid and effectual to convey all of the riRht, title and in- erest held or claimed by each and ill of the defendants and nf all per- ons claiming from, through or luv Icr them. Mnry L. Ravage. Sheriff Madison County, Indiana Joseph D. Kelner, Attorneys for plaintiff. fi/2/fifi. ' H-,i;ill) -Jun* MM Ft. Elwood Social Activities ELWOOD.- The Ladies exchangestudent at toe Hngue, Auxiliary of the Elwood Fire Netherlands. Department wHl meet Monday night at the home of Mrs. Mary Wunder, 1007 Main St., »t 7:30. Bankers Life Insurance premiums will be due at this time as mails were served to 13 mem- there will be no meetings in bers and two guests, Mrs. Cecil July or August. The next meet- Bobbins, and Mrs. James Seling is scheduled for September. OES To Meet The Order oi Eastern Star will meet Wednesday, June 22, in the Masonic Temple with Worthy Matron, Delores Heath, and Worthy Patron Gerald Heath presiding. Initiation will held and Fathers Day will honored with a program at 7:30. War Mothers; The American War Mothers Jesus met this week in the Legion met for their regular meeting in the home of Mrs. Lizzie Fern Thursday. A carry dinner was served at noon. Following the dinner a business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs. Elsie Daugherty, which opened with all singing "Every Day With Home with Mrs. Agnes Welcher Games and contests were staged and prizes were award... _» — . . avcutm ojiu VIIACO nc*v antuvt- presiding. The meeting opened J^t,, Mre'Elsie Daugherty, Mrs. Dessie Nuding, Mrs. Mil- Reports were then given by various committees. Mrs. Syl- Guests of the dub were Miss Ethel Frazee, Misses Anna and Carrol Riley; Miss Annette via Sykora read "Remember Martin, Miss Mora Montgom- Me," the story of the American Flag. ery. Others present were Mrs. Viva Simmons, Mrs. Mildred L. Also a report on the Mothers Smith: Mrs. Edith Martin. Day gift shop was given. Gift shops were held in all four of held at the 'CaUaway Park on the Indiana Veterans Hospitals July which is an annual project of $150 postage. Elwood War Mothers had charge of the Marion VA Hospital, and 769 gifts were wrap>ed by the members for this lospital. Gifts were valued at $100. The next meeting will be July 6 at the Legion Post Home Ryufcyus- at 7 p.m. Members are to bring wrapped gifts for prizes and gifts for the carnival to be at .he Marion VA Hospital. Elks Dance Plans are complete for the Elks Dance which will be tonight at the Elks Club for the membership and their guests. Dancing will be from 9:30 to 12:30. Dress is to be casual. Music will be provided by the Vibrant Four of Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Myers are chairmen of the committee. Hosts Church Club Mrs. Charles Lamb was hostess to members of the Westminister Club of die First Presbyterian Church at her home with Mrs. May Salisbury as assistant hostess. Devotions were given by Miss Mabel Digel who used as her heme, "When Do We Need 3od," followed by prayer by Hiss Esther Koons. A letter was read from Mre. ¥. S. Bufe, a former member, informing the members her; daughter Bonnie Laura was an Cub Pack 209 Has Derby Race Cub Scout Pack 209 of Tenth Street School sponsored a pine wood derby at the school recently. Thirty - four boys entered cars in the race. The first place trophy went to Terry Lewis, with William Brim placing second, and Steve Pruit, third. Marvin Webber, assistant cub master, was in charge. nvv viui/ .UCTIS Tne next ma J° r ac ' ivit y tot Members of the RCC Club the Cute: willI be a.track.meet Following the meeting contests were conducted and won by Mrs. Wffl G. Evans and Mrs. James Saint Jr. Rciresh- bey. There will be no meetings during July and August. RCC Club Meets The next meeting will be with a hamburger fry. Japan Will Double To Okinawa ter Eisaku Sato said Friday Japan planned to double Its aid to Okinawa to $26.1 million a promote construction of Revision facilities in the at the Anderson College athletic field, July 28. All boys interested in entering must get heir applications in to Cubmas- ter Fred Copeland by July 14. —* Funeral Rites Today For Jessie Peters ALEXANDRIA - Final rites for Mrs. Jessie G. Peters, 80, of 808 W. Washington St., will be conducted this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Church of God >y the Rev. Dwight McCurdyr Interment will be in the Forestville Cemetery. Friends are being received at he Davis - Stricter - Noffze Mineral Home, and they may call at the church during the hour preceding the service. Elwood's Mercy Hospital Report ELWOOD-Admitted to Mercy Hospital were Cynthia Reynolds, Gary Mottweiler, Mrs. Donald )owler, air of Elwood; Angela TOKYO (UPI) —Prime Minis- Simmerman of Lapel; Mrs. Shielf of Hobbs. Dismissed: Sherry McCord, and Miss Carol Brenner of Al- during the 1967 fiscal year. Sato exandria; Howard Sowers of said efforts also would be made Frankton; Mrs. Joseph Bucci, ta. Marie Hksch, Miss Linda Carter, and Susan Waymire, all of Elwood. FATHER'S DAY LAST- MINUTE GIFT ITEMS WITH A PERSONAL TOUCH "JADE EAST" GIFT SET by Swank for DAD $ 5.50 A truly manly scent for your favorite man! 4-oz bottles of after-shave and men's cologns. The Man'i Shop, (Dept. 70), Moundi Moll. HANDSOME LEATHER BELTS by "HICKOK" FOR FATHER $ 3 to 7 50 Guaranteed to be a real gift success! 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