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THI ANDERSON HERALD Party Slates For INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)-Here Iv the way the contests shape up for Indiana state offices on the November election ballot after nominations by Republicans and Democrats in convention this week: Secretary of state — John E. Mitchell, Flat Rock, Democrat, vs Edgar D. Whitcomb, Seymour, Republican. Sta'e auditor —Mark L. France, Fort Wayne, incumbent Democrat, vs John P. Gallagher. Munster, Republican. State treasurer-Jack L. New, Judge Denies March Plea JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — U.S. D'st Judge Dan Russell on Thursday denied a request from civil rii;h:s forces for a coi'rt order directing county and city officers to prelect racial demonstrators in Philadelphia, Miss. Russell turned down the civil rights group after a hearing in his chambers, but granted a hearing at 9 a.m. Monday on a preliminary injunction to order the local Jaw enforcement oifi- ccrs to end any discrimination and to furnish equal protection to Negro forces. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and others had sought a prc- imlnarv restraining order to protect Negroes taking part in a scheduled rally at Philadelphia on Friday. The defendants named were Neshoba County Sheriff Lawrence Rainey, Deputy Cecil Price, Philadelphia Police Chief Bruce Latimer and Philadelphia policemen Willie Windham and Curtis Tingle. LEGAl NOTICES NOTICE OK SPECIAL MfjJjllNG OF THE MADISON COUM1 COUNCIL A special meeting of the County Council of Madison County. Indiana, vill be held at ihc usual meeting P ace of said Council at 10:00 o'clock A M. on Ihc 5th day of July 1966 Al said meetinu the Council will consider and act on the request of the Board of Commissioners for additional emergency appropriations in the County Reyenue Fund and the Cumulative Bridge Fund >and consider and act on any other business that may legally be presented tc it. ' 'he additional appropriations requested arc as follows: COUNTY REVENUE FUND Amount Clerk Requested Equipment — Adding Sheriff Si rvey studv for Co. Sheriffs Merit Bd 300.00 Twp. Assessor Telephone --- - 325.00 C< mm. Properties Fcnce-Richiand Twp. Farm 100.00 Orphans 1 Home Kprav Material 100.00 CUMULATIVE BRIDGE FUND Preliminary plans on 8th St. Bridge - And. Citv 525.000 Bridge D-ao-Adams T\vp. St. Bridge - And. City S25.000.00 (Over Fallcreckt lAddilionall . 6,000.00 Bridge E-71 on Co. Rd. 1100 S. over Wm. Cook Ditch in Adams Twp. 1.40000 7'hc additional and emergency ap- proprjalions as finally made will he automatically referred to the Stfitc Board of Tax Commissioners, which u' 11 hold a further, meeting within fifteen days at the County Auditor's nfficc in Anderson, or such other Eace as may be designated at such earing. Taxpayers objecting to such additional appropriations ma_y be heard and interested taxpayers mav inquire of the County Auditor when and where such hearing will be held. Dated at Anderson Indiana this 24th day of June. 19S6. Joseph H. Armington. Auditor Madison County. C.3416 June 25. July 2 November Vof( Greenfield, incumbent Democrat, vs John K. Snyder, Washington, Republican. Superintendent of public instruction-William E. Wilson, Jef- ocrat, vs Richard Wells, Valparaiso, Republican. Claerk of Supreme and Appellate Courts— Mrs. Mabel Striker Decatur, Democrat, vs Kendal E. Mathews, Centerville, Republican. Supreme Court judge. 4th District— Merlon Stanley, Kokomo, Democrat, vs Donald H. Hunter, Anderson, Republican. Supreme Court judge, 5th District—Frederick E. Rakestraw, Rochester, incumbent Democrat vs Donald R. Mote, Wabash, Republican. Appellate Court judge, Isl District (two to be elected)— Paul Hirsch, Indianapolis, and Anthony Champa, Boggstown, Democrats, vs Joseph 0. Carson, North Vernon, incumbent, and James C. Cooper, Rushville, Republicans. Appellate Court judge, 2nd District (two to be elected) — Crisis Nears In Argentina BUENOS AIRES (UPl)-Thc chiefs of Argentina's army, navy and air force met Friday with Minister of Defense' Leopoldo Suarez amid reports a political crisis was brewing. The chiefs met earlier without prior announcement to "consider the present situation" after a meeting of military leaders with U. Gen. Pascual Pistarini, the army commander. The meeting was said to have "analyzed" a memorandum the joint chiefs of staff submitted to the government on national problems last week. The unannounced meeting coincided with disclosure two air force leaders, Brig. Gen. Ricardo Favre and Brig. Gen. Carlos Benavidez, had been sentenced to 25 days house arrest by the war secretary for recent criticism of Presiden Arturo U. Illia. Illia as president is commander-in-chiel of the armed forces. Other officers who attended the meeting at which Illia was criticized also were suspended from official duties, reports said. Their number was not disclosed. ELECTROCUTED IN HOME INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UPD- Robert Petterson, 34, Indianapolis, was electrocuted Friday afternoon when he tried to remove a metal door in an extension in his home with an electric drill while standing in wet cement. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT 1C779 Notice is hereby Riven thai Cnr- ro]J De Coim-av was nn the 22nd dav of June, lilfiti. appointed Executor of the Estate of Vern C. Con- u-av. deceased. All persons having claims afiainst said estate, whether or not now due, must file the same n said court within six months from the date nf the first publication of this notice or said claims will lie forever barred, -Said Estate is supposed to be solvent. Dated at Anderson, Ind. this 22nd day of June, 196G. Eugene Crengmile. Clerk of the Superior Court of Madison County. Indiana. Busby, Austin, Cooper & Farr, Atlornev. H-:H1Z. June 25. July 2-9. NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE The underpinned will sell at Public Auction the real estate described below. This sale is pursuant lo Cour Order in Kslatc No. 16545, the same being the real estate owned by the late Lettie Mao Hickcrson. Description of rral cslatr: Lo No. 275 in Womllinvn Addition to the City of Anderson, also known as 1915 Ilen- dricks Street. PLACE OF SALE: 1015 Hcndricks Street. Anderson, Indiana. TIME OF SALE: 1:00 P.M.. Saturday, July 9. 1906. TERMS OF SALE: Not less than two-thirds of appraised value and for cash. Stihjpot to the 1966 real estate laxes payable in 1967. One tenth of sale price lo he paid on day of sale, and balance on delivery of deed and abstract. EDWARD L. BROOKS Administrator of Estate of Lettie Mae Hickerson EI.BERT FRAZEE, Auctioneer JOHN R. WALSH, Atty. for Administrator C— 3408d, June 25. July 2-8 Notice Of Sale Of Real Estate (Lake Cottage) At Public Auction The undersigned Administratrix of the Estate of James B. Baysinger. deceased, herehy 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 puolic auction all of the interest of the drrrdent in and to the following described real estate located in Kosciusko County, Indiana, to-uit: Lots Nn. 11 and No. 15 in Krindlr's Subdivision on Lakr Srrlirist in ftnvrruntrut Lot Nn. !i in Ihr Northeast quartrr of Section 38, Township 33 North. Range 7 Easl. said sale will he made subject lo Hie approval of Ihc said court and for not less than two-thirds of the full appraised value thereof. A < eposit of :i()', of the sale price will he 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 1967 and subsequent thereto. Possession will be given on the day of sale. This property is a six room modern home except furnace, located at Barbec 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, back of the hardware store. The prrf>crty is posted for sale. Further information may be obtained by contacting the undersigned Administratrix or her attorneys. MARGIE BARNES, Administratrix Phone 643-0603 PECK & PECK. Allorncys-at-Law, 51)6 Anderson Hank Itldg., Anderson, Ind. Ph. K44-.lli;i8 EBGEKT IIOOI), Auctioneer. C— lOTfld June 18-25 > Given John J. Murrya, Knox, and Al. an Yergin, New Castle, Democrats, vs Charles W. Cook, Jr., Hamilton County, and John W. Pfaff, South Bend, Republicans. Balloonist Being Hunted CRAIG, Colo. (UPI) -Gas- bagging Tracy Barnes, lost two days while bobbing across country in a wicker basket slung under an onion-shaped balloon, was the objecl of an informal search Thursday in the rugged northwestern Colorado Rockies. An undersheriff called him a "knothead" for the coast-to- coast stunt. High winds whipped Barnes' 65-foot, red and white balloon past Craig Wednesday morning and the Chester, S.C., pilot has been missing since. Temperatures have dipped into the 40s the past two nights. His three-man crew that tags along in jeeps searched the mountains around Craig, but said they would ask for help if the 27-year-old Barnes is not found , by Friday. "I don't think anything is drastif'lv wrong." crew member John Proctor of San Diego, Calif., said. "It just may take awhile to find him." Alternate Microwave Relay Being Built INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)— Indiana Bell Telephone Co. announced Thursday it is building an alternate microwave radio relay system to transmit phone calls between Bloomington and Indianapolis. The system will cost $411,000 and be in operation for the opening of the fall semester at Indiana University, supplement- ng the existing microwave and cable circuits and providing 60 additional voice circuits between ;he cities. British Name New Viet Nam Ambassador SAIGON (UPI) -Peter A. Wilkinson, 52, has been named British ambassador to South Viet Nam to succeed Gordon Z. Smith who is scheduled to leave Saigon July 16 after three years in the post, the British embassy Australia, Bulgaria Sign Trade Treaty SOFIA (UPI) -Australia and Bulgaria have signed a "long term" trcde agreement, officials disclosed Thursday. Details of the pact were not disclosed. LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICE The Board of School Trustees of The School Citv of Anderson. Indiana, will accept sealed .bids until &.-.3Q P.M. Tuesday. July 5, 19GG. for Roofing Materials to be used at Washington Elementary School. Specifications may be obtained at the Business Office, 528 W. llth Street, Anderson. The Board of School Trustees reserves the right to reject any or all bids. G. E. Ebbertt. Superinltndent of Schools C-3387— June 18-25. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT 16772 Notice is hereby Riven that Ora Ed ens was on the 1-4 day of June. llliiii. appointed Administrator of the Estate of Addie Mae Edens dc- ceased. All persons having claims against said estate, whether o not now due. must file the same in said court within six months from the date -if the first nubli- t-ation of this notice or said claims \v 11 be forever barred. Said Estate 15 supposed to be solvent. Da led at Anderson, Ind. this 14 day of June. I'JQR. Eugene Crcagmite. Clerk nf lie Superior Court of Madison County. Indiana Kcllev. Arnold & Kelley. Attorney H-:)382--June 18-25. July 2. • NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT 16770 Notice is hereby given that Ken- nt'th L. Holtzleiter was on the 13 day of June. 1966. appointed Adminis! rator of the Estate of John Holtzleiter deceased. All persons having claims against said estate. whether or 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 c aims will be forever barred. Said Estate is supposed to he solvent Dated at Anderson. Ind. this 13 day of June, luuii. Kugene Creasmile. Clerk of the Superior Court of Madison County. Indiana William J. Norton Attorney H.;B81--June 18-25. July 2. Trinity Episcopal Groundbreaking Rites Set Sunday At the groundbreaking ceremonies Sunday morning of Trinity Episcopal Church for their new addition, to be constructed adjoining the present building, M. D. Curry, bursar of the Diocese, will read the lesson for the groundbreaking ceremonies. The Venerable Canon Frederic P. Williams, archdeacon, will present .a communication to the parish members from Bishop John P. Craine. The congregation will go in a procession after the 10 a.m. service to the groundbreaking rites, the Rev. David Barclay announced. The rites will be performed in an area marked off in the form of a cross south of the church lawn. Members of the parish who will participate in the sarvice include the building co-chairman, Joe Dunlap and Gene Barrett; Senior warden. Douglas H. Eraser; three layleaders, Jack B. Davis, Jack Nicholson, and Richard Palmquist. W. R. Dunkin and Son has been awarded the general contract for the new plant which is to be erected in three phases at an estimated total cost of $250,000. Construction will begin first phase. Sunday activities will begin at Trinity Church with the radio program at 7 a.m.; and a celebration of holy communion at 8 a.m.; sermon, morning prayer at 10 a.m.; followed by the groundbreaking rites. After the ceremonies on the site of the new construction, the annual parish picnic is scheduled at the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge, with a Ditch-in dinner at 1 p.m. The St. Joseph's Guild will be in charge of recreation. Hogs Lose Up To 59 Cents INDIANAPOLIS (AP) (USDA) — Hogs 2,875; slow; butchers 25-50 lower than Thursday's average; sows steady to 25 lower instances 50 lower; 1-2 190-225 Ib butchers 25.75-26.25; around 90 head 26.40; mixed 1-3 190-250 Ib 25.25-25.75; 2-3 240-270 Ib 24.00-24.75; 270-300 Ib 23.5024.00; 300-320 Ib 22.50-23.50; 320340 Ib 21.50-22.50; sows 1-3 300350 Ib 20.50-21.50; 350-400 Ib 19.50-20.50; 400-450 Ib 19.25-20.00; 2-3 450-500 Ib 18.50-19.25; 500-600 Ib 17.50-18.50. Cattle 100: calves none; not enough any class to test market; one load choice 1,075 Ib steers 25.00; a few utility cows 16.5018.00. Sheep 50; not enough to test market. Ribicoff fells Safety Needs DAYTON, Ohio (UPI) -Safer car design must only bo a part of a "broad, bal.iiced and comprehensive" traffic safety program for there to be a significant reduction in the nation's traffic toll." U. S. Sen. Abraham Ribicoff, D-Conn., said Friday. In a speech to the 60th annual meeting of the Ohio State Automobile Association, an organization ol Ohio AAA clubs, Ribicoff said that "hopefully we can reduce death and injuries by making cars more wash- worthy but accident prevention must continue to rely on traditional weapons." Among these he listed driver education, motor vehicle inspec- ;ion, improved highways^ better licensing procedures and law enforcement a_nd uniform traffic codes and highway signs. Ribicoff's speech was read to delegates by an aide, Philip Cook because the senator had an unexpected Senate floor debate on a bill which would require the setting of minimum safety standards for new cars. MUSIC PROGRAM The Stars of Faith recording artists will appear at the Triumph Church, Cedar at 20th St., Monday evening at 8 o'clock. The Rev. G. R. Redding invites the public to attend. AUCTION SALE OF REAL ESTATE and FURNITURE 238 E. Oak Street, Anderson, Indiana SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1:30 P.M. Thr undersigned Kxccutor of the Eslalc nf Mamie Rnslions. deceased, pursuant In an order of the .Madison Superior Courl. Anderson. Indiana, in Eslalc #16499. will offer for sale, for eas i. ai public aiiclion sale, on SATURDAY, JUNE 25. at J:30 P.M.. the following dc- scribcd real estate, lo-« r it: 30 feel off the Kast side of Lot #114 in Oakdale Addition to North Anderson, in the City of Anderson, Indiana. .ALSO Lot #115 EXCEPT 20 feel 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 he sold, for cash, for NOT LESS lhan 2/3rds of the full appraised value thereof, free and clear of all liens and encumbrances EXCEPT the 196S taxes due and payable in 1967. Purchaser shall deposit lOC'o 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; FriRidaire; silverware; cake stand; fruit bowl, vase, water pitcher. Miscellaneous other items of household furnishings. HARRY T. JONES. Kxcnitor Estate nf Mamie Hushong, deceased. HECK KIKK, AUCTIONEER JOHN D. STAGGKNItURG, ATTORNEY C— 3284d n— June 3, 10, 17, 24 II— June 4, 11, IB, 25 Local Livestock Market Prices From Emge'f HOGS 25c LOWER 190-240 Ibs ...25.15-25.50 240-300 Ibs. .22.75-24.55 Boars 15.00-16.00 CATTLE STEADY Ch. steers & Hellers 24.00-26.00 ICows 16.00-20.00 Bulls 18.00-22.00 Good steers & heif 22.00-25.00 LOCAL GRAIN MARKET The prices wfll vary within the area due to freight rates: New Wheat -_1.73 Beans -- -3.50 New Corn 1.25 Oats 60 Muncie Livestock HOGS STEADY 25c LOWER 200-240 Ibs 25.25-26.00 240-280 Ibs. 23.50-25.75 280-300 Ibs 22.50-23.50 300-350 Ibs. - - 21.50-22.50 Roughs 350 ibs. down 20.75-21.00 Roughs 350-450 Ibs. ..19.25-20.00 Roughs 450 Ibs. up ..18.50 down Boars -- 15.75-16.75 CATTLE STEADY Choice steers 24.00-25.00 Good & ch. steers .. 22.00-24.00 Std. & tow gd. steers 18.00-22.00 Utility ... 13.00-16.00 Choice heifers 22.50-24.00 Good & ch. heifers .. 19.50-22.50 Utility ----- 12.00-15.00 COWS STEADY Canners and cutters 15.00-18.00 Utility .15.50-18.50 Commercial 14.00-17.00 CALVES STEADY Choice & Prime Veal 28.00-31.00 Good Grade Veal ...23.00-27.00 Commercial 19.00-23.00 LAMBS STEADY Spring Lambs 85-105 Ibs. 22.00-24.00 Old Crop Lambs. 85 to 105 Ibs 10 00-16 00 SHEEP STEADY Slaughter Sheep .... 4.00- 7.00 MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW YORK (UPI! - Markels »t a lance at the close on Friday: Slocks — Mostly lower in moderately clive trading. Bonds-Lower. U.S. Government Bonds — Lower in uiet trading. American Stocks-Moslly lower. Midwest Stocks— Mostly lower. London Stocks— Mostly higher. Cotton Futures— Steady. Hog 25 cents lo Sl.OO lower, top $27.00. Cattle Sn cents lower, top S26.25. Sheep steady, top S25.50. PLEADS INNOCENT INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Michael L. Beddoe, 19, Seymour, pleaded innocent Friday in U.S. district Court to charges he violated the federal train wreck statute. He was charged in the March 10 burning of a Chicago, Milwaukee; St. Paul & Pacific lailroad trestle near Seymour. >Jo trial date was set. AUCTION SAKES Egg M. e Hood'. Auctioneer. V estate. Located 7U Nichol Ave. Anderson, Ind. H. u. ^" . Sat.^u l n 0 e n 2 e 5-l:00 P.M. Sharp Mrs. Homer Baker ^J^^"";,"! Joe S °Keilum, Auctioneers. defsonf H. D. Kirk.'^Auctioneer. ^Ma/stinsorTpuMc'sale of Farm Tools .Household goods, nlack- smith shop Equipment car truck misc. Located 4 miles north of Fortville. Whelchel & Pheanis Auctioneers. Mun.. June 27-6:30 P. M. Robt. L. Bowman. Adm. sale of household furniture. Located at 1M5 E. Main St.. Muncie. Ind. iana. Tom Bartlett. Auctioneer. Tucs., June 28—6:30 I'. M. American Nafl Bank ic Trust Co. Exec sale of auto, power tools and household goods. Located at 1518 W. 7th St.. Muncie. Indiana Tom Bartlett, Auctioneer. Vcd., June 29—12:00 Vireie Johnson Public Sale of Household goods & Antiques. Located at 303 N. 16th St.. New Castle. Indiana. Joseph Kellum & Jim Bradley, Auctioneers. Thiirs., June 30—6:30 P. M. Merchants Nafl Bank of Muncie, Trustee sale of antique furniture. Corner of Walnut and Washington Sts.. Muncie. Indiana Tom Bartlett, Auctioneer. Sat July 2—12:30 P.M. Pearl Harvey Public Sale of Household coods & misc. Located at 204 Main St. in Shirley. Ind. Moil 'jane 27— wbo A.M. Norman Hunt Public Sale of Store Fixtures & equipment. Located in Noblesville. Ind. Poland & Lewis. Auctioneers. Sat. June 25—1:30 P.M. Ruth McGuire Public Sale of household goods 3; misc Located at 1508 Nichol Ave.. Anderson. Ind. Warden Flatford. Auctioneer. Sal. Julv 2—1:00 P.M. , Russ Hudson & Carl Bracken Public sale of Ponies & Perkinsville Methodist Church benefit auction. Located 3 miles south of Frankton on Scout Camp Rd. or R 1 ,- miles Northwest of Anderson on Russ Hudson Farm. Auctioneer Wavne Pheanis. Sat. Julv 3—12:00 Noon Mrs. 'Ixivi Crull Public Sale o household goods, antiques and shnn mots. I/icated 'j-mi. S. nf Pendleton on St nd. 0. Jim Hrndlov & Joe Kellum. And Sat. Julv fl— 10:30 A.M. Ml-. and Mrs. Dcivey Hrgar. Public Sale of farm equip, truck. & household goods Located 1 mi. North of Wilkinson nn St. Rd. 234. Joe Kellum & Jim Bradlev. Auctioneers. Tiles. Julv 12—5:30 P.M. Ethel M. Orrell. Executrix sale of real estate. Located in Alfont, Indiana. EgR M. Hood. Auctioneer. . Tuesday July 12—2:00 P.M. Clarence O. Davisson. Executor sale of real estate. Located in Mndison County. F.PR. M. Hood. Auctioneer. Wed. Julv 13-^:30 P.M. Ab Hoskins Public Sale of station equipment. Located at 12:6 W. 4th St., Anderson. Ind. Wardcll Flatford. Auctioneer. Sat. July 9—2:30 P.M. Margie Barnes, Administratrix public sale of real t.state. Located in Kosciusko Co., Ind. Ege. M. Hood, Auctioneer. Sal., July 16—1:00 P. M. J. Bayne Burton Ex. Sale of Real Estate. Located at 1420 Ohio Ove.. Anderson, Ind. Egbert Hood. Auct. Get Your Fodder's Air conditioner at FRANK KRALL'S AH sizes - from 4000 to 20,000 BTU. Ph. 642-4542 3025 E. Lynn St. Shares React inconclusively NEW YORK (AP)-The stock market went through another jittery session Friday, ending inconclusively with more losers than gainers but with some av erages making small gains. Trading was fairly active Volume totaled 7.14 mill ion shares comparad with 7.94 mil lion Thursday. The Dow Jones industrial average emerged with a gain ol .73 at 897.16-a change so small as to be meaningless. There were published reports to the effect that the Johnson administration may intensify the bombing of North Viet Nam to include oil storage depots in the area of the port city of Haiphong. The news was not confirmed during the session. The resull was a situation in which fears and hopes about international consequences mingled conius- mgly, providing little solid ground for an investment approach. Among the glamor stocks there were more wide losses than gains. Steels, however, put on one of their better performances of recent weeks, but autos, chemicals, oils and rails were very spotty. Of 1,376 issues traded. 663 fell and 476 rose. Highs for the year totaled 11 and lows 85. The Associated Press average of 60 stocks closed unchanged at 320.9 with industrials off .2, rails off .1 and utilities up l Nine of the 15 most-active stocks declined, 4 advanced and 2 were unchanged. Sperry Rand again was the most-active stock, making another new high and rising % to 27 on 287,300 shares. Douglas Aircraft, however, was battered in heavy selling Mowing news that its second- quartei loss was about $3.5 million. On Thureday it plummeted 8% points as most-active stock. Friday it was second most active. Elsewhere in the list Teledyne dropped 3'/ s , F?.irchild Camera 6, Xerox 2%, IBM 1 and Du Pont 2%. Helping to buck the downtrend, U.S. Steel advanced 1% and Americon Telephone 1% Admiral rose 3, Zenith 2% and Losers outnumbered gainers on the American Stock Exchange. Corporate bonds were mixed. Chicago Grain CHICAGO (UPI) -Soybeans and corn were mixed, wheat lower, rv c irregularly lower, and oats fractinoally lower at the close Friday on the Chicago Board of Trade. Wheat was off y 4 to I 3 /*; corn up H o off %; oats off 1/4 to VAt rye off a,l to 2V* ; and soybeans up W* to off V t . Soybean priws moved (o new season highs as buying continued late in the session. Active commission house buying uncovered stoploss rders as peak prices were approached. Old crop o fferings were limited and caused a sharp price upturn. Wheat prices declined sharply as longs sold. A late rally was caused by short covering and mill buying. Corn prices receded early and rallied again later with buying of new cromonths. There was considerable short covering. Increased government sales and the wheat downutrn affected the market early. Oats were uneven with early commission house and elevator selling. Cash houses bought July and sold September. There was light trade in rye with prices following wheat. Commission houses were on both sisde. Cash interests bought September and sold December. The Range: Open Hfrh Low Clone Prev. WHEAT - Jul 1.88 1.88 1.84 1.85*4 1.871- Sep 1.90'^ 1.901 a 1.87Vz 1.8ff>i 1.90'^ Dec 1.94^ 1.95W 1.921/4 1.94 1.95 Mar 1.99 1.99 1.9514 1.9534 1.98 May 1.951/1 1.9514 1.91ft 1 93i.ii l 95 CORN Jul 1.335'i 1.34 1.32ft 1.33 1.3331 Sep 1.35 1.35 1.33ft 1.343i IMft Dec 1.35ft 1.36 I.33'H 1.35% 1.35 Mar 1.3SU 1.40 Ufl 1.39SR 1.93V- May 1.40 !.42 1.39',-. 1.41'i lAlft OATS Jul .14 .74 .72',* .731.3 .74=U SeP -74 .74 .7214 .73»i .74 Dec ,76*i .7fflt .75 76 7fi3i Mar .78 .7S .7(tti .77Ti 751* May .78-H .78?i .~&ft .773* 731-. R7E Jul 1.32',i 132's 1.29ft UlHi '.s.as'Hi Sep 1.35^ l.Wt 1.32-li 1.34 1.35% Dec 1.40</i 1.40'i 1.38 1.39'i 1.40>-i Mar 1.44 1.4-1 14 1.41% 1.42H 1.43"May 1.45 1.45 1.43 1.43^ IMft SOYBEANS Jul 3,50V* 3.57 3.47'i 3.53',a 3.50V* AUK 3.43 3.49 3.40-14 3.46V4 3.43W Sep 3.17"* 3.20<>i 3.15V4 3.1H 3.17% Nov 2.99 3.WM 2.97V* 2.99 2.9S'/. Jan 3.02V* 3.W 3.01 3.02 3.02«t Mar 3.05 3.06^4 3.04 3.05 3.05 3 4 May 3Mft 3,08}* 3.06 3.07% 3.07W SOYBEAN OIL Jul 11.50 11.54 11.41 11.42 11.48 Aug 11.57 11.61 11.45 11.47 11.57 Sep 11.56 11.60 11.42 11.45 11.58 Oct 11.28 11.28 11.16 11.17 11.28 Dec 11.03 11.04 10 90 1090 11.02 Jan 10.90 10.94 10.80 10.80 10.90 Mar 10.82 10.87 10.71 10 76 10 80 Mav 10.72 . 10.80 10.65 10.63B 10.72 SOYBEAN MEAL Jul 9150 93.75 92.35 92.75 92.SSO Aug 91.00 91.75 W.OO 90.-10 91.10 Sep 86,90 88.00 86.20 86.50B 87.00 Oti 78.30 78.80 77.50 77.90 78.40 Dec 75.50 76.25 74.60 75.00 75.20 Jan 74.40 75.50 74.30 74.50 74.25 B Mar 74.35 76,00 74.35 74.50B 74.40 May 74.15 76.00 74.10 74.60B 74.10 B-Bid. Chicago Hogs Dip Sharply CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA) Hogs 5,000; butchers 25 lo 1.00 lower; 1-2 190-220 Ib 26.25-26.75, 172 head at 27.00; mixed 1-3 190230 Ibs 25.75-26.50; 2-3 250-270 Ibs 24.00-25.00; mixed 1-3 350-400 Ib sows 20.00-20.75; few 300-350 Ibs 20.75-21.75. Cattle 5,000; calves none; slaughter steers steady to 50 lower; 10 loads prime 1,200-1,- S75 Ib 26.25; high choice and prime 1,150-1,400 Ibs 25.50-26.00; choice 900-1,400 Ibs 24.75-25.50; several loads high choice and heifers 25.00-25.25; choice 900-1,100 Ibs 24.25-25.00. Sheep 200; small supply spring slaughter lambs and shorn slaughter ewes; choice and prime 850-100 Ib spring slaughter lambs 25.00-25.50. NEW YORK STOCK SAI.ES Appro* linn! tntnl 7.140.000 PrnUotn ilay 7.!Wo.oon UVek ncn . . _. . . fi.Ml.lTO Month act) . .. 4.70(1.790 Yrnr .IEI> . S.7S7.IUO Two year* ftKn 4.4.|f>.7ln J«n. 1 lo (!«(• 1.011.101.21. IMS 10 d«lf . . . MB 779.744 1964 to rial* fi21.917.lfi. NYSE DOW JONE NEW YORK (UP ranie ol averages: Stocks Opci U Winds 896.82 » 20 Rail* 231.78 2. 115 Utlls 4 132.48 1 65 Stock* 313.55 3 Transaction! In iti today: Induitrialt 70.500; Utilities 99 Banff •( prices Hfsh Low . Bonds: | 40 Bonds 110 1st Rail* !lO!mi Rails lOUtils 10 Indus Dow Jones Comr (1924-26 average e 139.93. WHAT THE STO By United Pr< Fr New Highx, New Lows Advances Declines £ Unchanged Totals 1 New York Stock En 7,140,000 New York Stock E 'today— $9,810,000 15 MOST A NEW YORK (UP active itocks trade Stock Exchange Fri Sperry Rand Douglas Airc SCM Corp East Air L Am TeliTel Control Data Pan Am WA TWA Texas Instr United Air L Am Motors _ .... Braniff Airw ... NEW YORK (UP the New York Stock Salcs(hds) A AbexCp .60 11 AcmeMk 2g 4 Adresso 1.40 77 Admiral l 347 Admiral wi 147 Air Prod .20 41 Air Red 2.50 15 AlcanAl .90 131 AllegCp .10d 8 AlLudSt 2.20 24 AllegPr 1.14 35 AlldCh 1.90« 115 Allied Sirs 3 7 AllisChl .75 138 A coa 1.60 30 Amerad 2.80 214 AmAirln IVt 272 A Brest 1.60 33 Am Can 2.20 31 AmConsu la 2x AmCyan IVi 65 AmElec 1.32 82 Am Exp Co 33 AForP 1.16 3 AHom 1.80* 46 Americar NEW YORK (UPI the American Stock Aerojet .50a 15 AHdCont .44 8 Am Pet .20d 3 ArkLa G 1ft 8 Asso OiliG 761 Brazil Tr 1 122 BritPet .27d 4 Chief ConM 10 Clary Corp 30 ContlTel Aft 67 Creole 2.60a 32 DayMn .20b 165 Dixilyn Cp 30 Equity .05e 66 Fargo Oib 10 FcdResr .10 1% FelmtO .15b 7 Firth St -10b 18 Fly Tiger 5k 245 Ford Can 5 z220 FrontierA 51 27 GnBattry 5k 116 Husky OilC 1 Kaiser Ind 257 Kirby Pt .35 11 MeadJns .48 54 Mohwk 2Vii 121 Molybdn Cp 95 Nt Video .60 968 New ParkM C4 OgdenCp .60 33 Ookiep 4.88d z!50 PacNwT .96 10 Peri Photo 102 RyanCn Pet 44 SeabdW Air 744 ShattDn .20 49 S gnalOilA 1 63 Sonotone Cp 8 StdMeial .20 26 Sttaham In 7 Syntex .40 1000 Syntex .40 1000 TechniCQ .75 80 Tri Contwt " Utahl S .60a 12 All sales in him except for those d are traded in 10-sha in full. DIVIDENDS: iaid last year; (c) ated dividends; (d) far this year, no re plus stock; (g) ann dividend; (h) capital cent in stock; (k) p last year; (x) ex-di (O indicates follow! n 32nds; (j) indica s fraclion in 64ths; ing figure is fract nriirates following f 256ths; (t) indicates fraction in 16lhs. Mutual New York (UPI) — National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc. Friday Bid Asked Adv Fd 8.65 9.50 Affil Fd 8.80 9.51 Broad St 15. 2B 16.52 Bullock 15.04 16.49 Can Gen 9.36 10.23 Cent Shr 11.02 12,04 CIIANMNG FUNDS: Balan 13.75 15.03 Com St 2.19 2.39 Cnvth 17-77 19.42 Incom 855 9.34 In Grth 8.47 Spec! 3.14 3.43 Chase Fd 11.09 12.03 Chem Fd 17.11 1B.7D Cons Inv 9.75 10.12 Divid Sn 3.66 4.01 Dow Th 7.55 8.16 Dreyfus 26.77 29.22 Eatn Bal 11.94 12.97 Eatn Stk lfi.06 17.45 Fid Cap 16.22 17.63 Fid Fund 19.17 20.22 Fid Trnd 31.1633.87 Fid Mut 9.09 9.93 FRANKUN CirSTODIAN: Fnk Cm 7.51 JUS Fnk RP 2.70 2.fl7 Fnk \'l 7.23 7.97 Fnk In .1.18 3.30 otiorr six 1 : Arrosp 11. IB 12. :T> Coin ,St 14 28 15fi3 Fill Arl 9.99 10. 0-1 lam hda 5.54 fi.O.'. Itic Fd 13.05 14.27 Inc Bost 8.02 8.77 IncC Am 13,37 14.61 Inv Bos 12.65 13.83 SATURDAY, JUNf 25, WW_T • Wee B AVERAGES [)-Dgw Jmi« cioiini U ( k U. CImCkt 04.17 8M.I1 W7.164-0.71 !2.5« 229.S7 231.S6-0.32 13.75 131.57 132.W-0.15 5.72 310.87 313.52-0.05 Ddu uaed lo averlgea «7 400: Kallnuib 700: Total 657.600. kli rear: 30 SO 15 Intl. Rlllf Ullli 995.15 271.72 152.39 864.M 220.54 132.48 Clo»e Ch, 83.20 —0.03 77.01 —0.05 M.16 -0.05 82.SS 83.72 -0.0 nodity Futures Index uals 100) closed a CK MARKET DID si iDleruationa) d.j Ttiurid*; Wk A«o 11 37 22 as 54 7 476 459 513 £3 680 591 237 2)9 278 376 13B8 1385 change salea today— .xchange Bond tales DTIVE STOCKS I) — The 15 mosi 1 on the New York day. Sale* Close Cbf 267.300 27 + Va 211.100 76 — 234 I83.SOO 82 —2 132,100 110?4 — Va 103,500 314 + Vs 86,300 74W .... 81,300 55>/< +H4 79,900 37V& — 'A 78,500 76Vs — V» 74 300 96Vfc —1 63,500 117'A — 4=i 62,900 69 — 3« 62.000 60-H —1 H 60,800 11 :• '/a 59.200 89 )-Selected stocks on Exchange today. High Low Close Chg- A 32>1 3154 3H4-1W 45>A 45>i 45'A ... 68Vi 66>1 67'A-l 102 94 1 /* 100V8-f3 Sl',i 47?i 50<Si+ « 3Wi 36% 3714- Yf 63»i 63 6314 1 'A 3SI)i 3654 3711— 'A 1114 ll'A llli ... 49tt 49 49 — % 40 3914 3S» --'83'/« 83% 83ft— 14 3214 31% 32 + % 86% 86 86^+ Vi 7J5S 75% 77ViT V« 5416 54 " 54 16 15 7 /« 16 -!- '/B 3714 3614 363* --39% 39'/4 3946- 1'a 41 3954 39%-l% 18% 1B!4 1811— '/. 70 6914 6914-114 i Stocks —Selected stocks on Exchange today. li E h Low Close ChB. %$¥.>. Zftft 2tV»fj— ¥1 22V* 22 3 ii 22ft— ¥» 914 9V1 9W— Mi 4',fe 3W 3tt+ % 10 9^i 10 -J- '/s 6 * 5% 6 + % 34% MVfe 34^'s- % 15^4 15W 151-3+ Vi 4% 4Vi 4H --3 2115 3 4ft 3T« 4 ... 6Vi 6% evi-i- Vn 44 Wa 43 — '.a 140% 139 13W4+JW 9 2BH 28^5— % 8 a /4 7 T /< 8*6+ Vi 12V* 12V4 121/4— Mi ioqi io io%+ % 40% 38 38 —2V* 22% 21 2lVt~ Vt 52V* 50 50 — 2V's 82 75tt 82 -1-5% G^« 6tt 6tt ---> 24Mi 23^ 24 +Vi 140 a /4 139T4 13934 + 1 IBft 18% 1W* +^B 3V4 3W 3% ... 13V* 12pft 12%— Vt 28% 26% 27% 10% 10 VfcWi- % 32% 32V6 »Vfc— % 83/4 8U 8l&- Vi 43 41% 41%— 114 98 92% 93M.+ % 98 92% 93Vi+ V* 14% 13% 14V4+ '/« 38% 37 38'/k+ (54 dreds <oo omitted ") signaled <z) which re lots and carried (a) plus extra; (b) payment on acccmu- declared or paid so jular rate; (e) cash ual rate plus stock distribution; (i) per r cent in stock paid idend. FRACTIONS: E figure . is fraction ;es rollowing figure <r> indicates follow- on in 128ths; (s} gure is fraction in following figure is Funds INVEST GROUP: Mut I 1.51 12.52 Stock 20.&1 22.43 Select 9.87 10.62 Vnr Pay 8.68 9.43 KEYSTONE: Inv B-l 23.46 24.49 Med B-2 23.76 25.92 LPr B-3 17.5419.1 Dis B-4 10.67 11.64 Inc K-l 9.59 10.47 Gth K-2 7.16 7.82 IIGr S-l 24.29 26.44 Inc S-2 13.3814.60 App S-3 22.08 24 04 LPr S-4 G.9il 7 60 Inl 17.37 18.68 Lazard 16.62 16.8 Life Inv 6.99 6.63 Life Stk 5.19 5.G5 Miss Gr 11.34 12.34 Mass Tr 16.45 17.93 NAT SEC SR: Balan 11.38 12.44 Bond 6.39 6.98 Divid 4.96 5.42 Pf Stk 7.19 7.96 Incom 6.04 6 60 Slock 8.50 3.39 Grwth 10.18 11 13 Penn Sq 18.76 18.76 Price Tr 21.3021.30 Putnm Ifi.H 17.64 Put Gth 12.72 13.90 Scud SC 19.36 ISUfi Sol Am I2.4Q 1.1.'!2 StatO S( 47.72 4B.OO Sled SAG B.St 7.53 Tclcv El 10. HI], 37 HXITKD Ft'NDS A ecu 18.2-t 19.91 Incom 14.18 t.i.50 SciPii lO.flB 11.02 U.i F Cn 5.24 5,73 Varied In 5.FH fi.35 Well Fd 13.9035.15 WndHor 19.21 20.88 GRAIN MARKET INDIANAPOLIS (AP)-Nominal prices quoted to producers at country elevators in the Indianapolis market area (furnished by the Marketing Reporting committee of the Indianapolis Board of Trade); Wheat No 2 red 1.68. Corn No 2 yellow 1,19-1.21; No 2 white 1.23. Oats No 2 white, 36 pounds a bushel 64. Soybeans No l yel- a bushel 64. Soybeans No 1 yellow 3.40-3.42. Got Your Fodder's Air conditioner at FRANK KRALL'S All si/es - from 4000 io 20,000 BTU, Ph. 642-4542 3025 E. Lynn St. kly Stock AMichT .99 91 17 16% 16H- '/I AMetCI 1.90 31 3W 9114 51M— *1 Aracr Motor «08 lift 10% 11 + M ANcGi 1.80 37 41 4QVj 40*4+ 4< A Smelt 2.60 179 WVt 58% 59V>- T Am Stand 1 66 20V« 2W, 20U— '• A Sugar 1.49 34 2C^ KVt W.- V AmTftT 2.20 813 &5'i 54 MU UV AmTob 1.80 97 33% 33^ 33%+ .V A Zinc UOa 1 26% 2£% 26%- V Ampex Cp 182 22% 2114 22 - V Anuted 3.20 14 43H 43U 4314— Vi Anacndi 3a 116 87Mi 8SJ4 87 — K ArchDiJ 1.60 17 37Vi 37 37'/i— M ArizPSv .92 53 29 28K 28% Armco Stl 3 131 53% 53 53%+ 3 Armur 1.60x 57 38'/ 4 3731 3814 r % Arm Ck 1.20 40 53 52% 53 + Vi Ashlnd Oil 1 58 27% 26 s , 4 27 Atchwn 1.60 97 33% 33V* 33Vj— "4 Al! CslLn 33 i 72',i 72 72 -i 1 AtlRich 2.00 29 WVj 79*4 »V4- \ Atlas Corp 154 3% 3V ( 3H+ ', Avco Corp 1 136 27% 26% 27V*4 $ __B B Babcork Hi 215 3Bi 35% 36 4- V BaltGE 1.44 33 33',* 32% 33 Bait & Ohio 1 M& WA WA— ft Bangor Sug 24 26^ 25% 2Hi— V Basiclnc .80 41 % 414M 141ii Bath Ir 1.40 2 3»> 3914 39'/s— V Beat Fd Itt 23 48% 47Vi 47W— u Beaunit l'/a 37 51 50V* 50%—% Beech A .70 * 32 37% 36% 36%— V BeechL 1.30 10 56Va 55% 56V4 + H4 Bendix 2.40 18 75V* 73U 75 +1% Beth Stl Us 234 33'^ 32Wi 3314+ % BlawKx 1.40 9 31Vt 31ft 3U£ ... Bliss E W 1 16 18 17% 17% ... Boeing 1.20 863 75% 73V4 74M: Borden 1.20 130 34% 33V* 34%+ % BorfiWr 2.30 47 45U 44^ 45V* + % Bost Ed 1.76 20 37V* 37Ve 37%— Vi Kris My 1.20 29 99 97% 99 i- Vt Brunswick 264 9% 8% 9V* + V* BucyEr 1.60 88 31"^ 31 31V*— % Budd Co .80 49 17% 17^ 17>£— V« BullardC .60 14 2044 2M& 20%+ V 4 Burlington 1 125 40V* 40V* 40W+ % Burroughs ! 455 75% 70% 73%— 1% Calif Pack 1 15 27% 26T4 26 7 /a— V* CalfcHecIa 1 102 50' i 47^ 50V«-fl>/j CamphlSp 1 50 31ft 30% 31% ... CanDryCp 1 7 26?i 2fi'/i 26</4— '.i CnPac- 2.85d 48 61 63 K3"/«-r V* CaroPL 1.23 22 46',-. 45?fe 45%— '-'• CarolTcl .60 17 Wi 1714 18 - \'> Carrier 1 RO 42 80 79 79 — '/i CartrW 40a 52 lG*i 16V« IG'.-j Case(JI) Co 44 25 3425 25V B -<H CatcrTr 1.20 HI 43V4 42% 42^'*- !-l Cclancse 2 35 73 72% 72?R- % Cn Soya 1.40 37 65% 65 65»4+ »i Cerro 1.60* 47 47 46V* 46Vs— 1 Certain-t .BO 14 17% llto 17%— W Cessna 1.40 660 5V* 49W 50Vi— V* ChamP 1.30 39 36V4 35% 35%—% CrmSPI 2.20 7 42% 42V* 42%— V* Ches Ohio 4 17 71V4 7Hi 71V4 ... ChMSP&P 1 70 52'/4 50% 51%+ % Chi NoWst 4 25 120V4 118V* 119Vz— 1 Chi Rl&Pac 6 29 28¥« 29 — 'A ChrisCrft 5k 70 22% 2m 2Hi ... Chrysler 2 451 41W 40 40 — % Cin Gas 1.10 24 25% 25^ 25V« —V* CIT Fin 1.60 39 26V* 27% 28V*+ % ClticsSv 1.60 f9 45% 45 45 — Mi ClcvElI 1.56 3 39 39 39 Clevite 2.10 3 46 45% 45%- to CocaCol 1.90 89 76 75 75— Mi^i ColgateP .90 35 23% 2314 23^— K Collins R .60 402 63'« 65V 2 «%— 3 ColFucI .25d 114 16V 4 ISV* 16V4+ K Col IntG 1.40 26 31% 30% 30?i+ W CBS 1.20 135 59M- 58" 59V*+ % Col Gas 1 36 95 26 25% 26 ComCr 1.80 5B 27 W 26V* 27 +% ComSlv 1.20 2 725^5 52^i 54 — % ComwEdis 2 29 48V? 47% 48«+ Vi Com Sat CP 620 61% 58^ s 60%-l',t ConsEd 1.80 152 36 35% 35%— Vfc ConsFd 1.20 8 48^ 47Va 47Tfe— % ConsNG 2.70 65 5B14 SWt 58V* + % ;ons Coal 2 248 64% 63 T /4 64% -i- % Contan'r 1.20 17 30% 30% 30%+ Vs Cont Air .80 529 74% 70 71%— 2 ContBk 2.20 9 47 46% 46%— H ConCan 2.40 10 65% 64=4 65 . ContMot .40 5 17 IG'/a 17 — V, ContOl 2.40a Wi 63% G% 63^4— 14 CornPd 1 60 67 48 46% 4614— IVs rane 1 60 6 47Y* 47V« 47%— % CrownZel 2 52 45V* 44% 44=,i— V* Crucibl 1.50 86 28'.* 26Vt 28 +1 Cudahy Co 7 7% 7','s 7V* f Vs Corliss Wr 1 21 -20 19% 20 + Vt DanaCp 2.20 20 42^i 42'.7 4H44- % Dan R 1.20s H 3H4 31 31 — Vt DavcoCp .50 4 24>i 24% 24'.-i+ % DayFLt 1.24 21 2m 2814 2814— '1 Deere 1.60a 37 70Vi 69' s 69^4+ V* DclHud 1.40 3 33'A 33V* 33Vi— V* Dia Alfc 1.10 39 381,4 37",*i 38 — Vs Diners .50g 97 25Vi 24% 25Va+ '•/*, Distill Sea 1 15 32!4 31H 3J14+ % )rPeppr .M 37 32% 31'£ 32 + \h. DowChem 2 97 68^ 6714 68 — % Duek Pwr 1 2 39V H 38% 38%— VA DuPont 2&d 61 196V* 191 191%— 2% DuqncLt Itt 48 293i 29V* 2914— V* EE EastAir .30d . 1322 114% 108% HOT'a— Vs EastSSU .90 11 16V4 16 16',4— % Eaton V 2& 34 59% 59Vs 59%-f % EiPasoNG 1 70 19 18Vi 19 + Vi EltraCp 1.60 37 49% 49V^ 45% — End Johnsn 12 27 26$i 2C^i „_ Erie Lackw 58 10 9-% ^— V* EssexWire 1 48 4(31 45W 46%+ % Ex Cell 02 26 49Vi 48^i 49W+ V& F F Fair C! .Mb 562 183 173W 175V«— 6 FairHlr .15d 106 18% 17Vi 17%— Vi Fa rmont 1 37 17V< 16=54 163 4 — % Fedftlog l.BO 58 33% 33 33%+ V« FerroC 1.20 24 29% 29 29-%^ 'ircstn 1.30 55 45 44V* 44^— Va FirstNSt 2a 43 36 35 V« 35^i— Va FlintkoteC 1 18 18Ms 18V* 18% ... FMC Cp .75 38 36 353i 35T4+ Vs FdFairS .90 35 17% 17% 17%+ Vt Ford M 2.40 293 46'/s 453* 45'/s— Ife ForemD .50 137 23 22$fc 223i . FreeptSul 1 53 3M4 Mil 39% -r % Fruehuf 1.70 7.1 32>,i 32% 321*+ V* GnAccp 1.20 1 21*1 21>i 21 3 i ... GcnATr 1.45 19 37 TJ37 37VJ— a s GnAnilF .40 189 25Tii 24^1 25'--:- ^ Gen Baking 8 18'k 18% 18*^— V» GDvnamic 1 1.18 56 5 fe 54% 56>~:+ If, GnKlec 2.BO 93 114'i 112^ 113% -rl% GnFood 2.20 K7 69' a 68',^ 68%— Is GcnMill 1.40 13 60V* 60 60 -i- Vs C.nMot 2.20d 440 81 S(R» 80-% - GProcn 1.20 153 55% 53V* 55 + Vj G PubU 1.40 45 3fs 31V» 31 Vs— '-i Gen Stl 1.20 12 23" s 23 s B 23'jl -•• '-s Gen Tel 1.12 169 44^s 44?K 44*fi4 - V* Gen Tire .RO 218 36' i 35' k 35" '» .. Gcnesc 1.80 4 46% 46 Vt 4(iVi— Is Ga Pacific 1 97 41'^ 40',i 41';+ '-i Gillcttp 1.20 117 37-^i 37 37'<4 'J. Glen AW .70 27 12 11% 12 + V* GliddenCo 1 11 23' » 23 23'* r ',(. Goodrh 2.20 24 «% «% 64%+ % Goodyr 1.25 64 52T' B 52 52 — Vi GraceW 1.30 53 47!'n 45^; 47%-fl-U Grnd U .60R 28 IMS 19% Wi+ % GrantW 1.10 31 3M4 29V* 29V4— 1 Gt AP 1.20g 71 31% 30% 31M— V4 GtNorPap 1 41 43Va 41=!i 42 — Vt GtNorRwy 3 15 Sfffe 56% 56V4— % Greyhnd .90 57 18% 18V4 18% ... Gulf Mo 2 20 1 68% G8H IIWi— ' i Gulf Oil 2 79 5Wi 50% 50'-.+ *6 II II lam Paper 13 23'i, 28':, 281 k— ^ lecla.M .55(1 58 52 i i 51', '• 52'«— : !» lerc In .40d 204 38 37': 38 -i- Vt lerstiev .90 9 27% 27 '.-i 27«h— % iCUblein 1 IH 34Ts 34V* 3-1-H— Id lewlltP .20 56 46«i 44*8 4S'.s— IVi Hiltonlntl 5i 19 30 29^8 29'i— U Homesl 1.60 17 48>-j 47% 47f:fi— *i loiiywl 1.10 43 87!* 86% 87r 4 + l Hooker 1.30 12 42"-s 42U 42H— % HooverRB 1 4 33V* .13 33',i— 'i HousI.tPw 1 79 455* 441,4 44*s~ *s lowmet .fiO 97 SR'i 37 38^ -f Pi JuppCorp 3i 34 fi 5'k 6 i H IdahoP 1,30 ?. 1,1 13 31 Ideal Com 1 BO 17'7 17'» 17'.- 3 n IllConln 2.w 2,1 7<v, Wi 70'*: i, III Pur l.*0 27 13V.- IS 3Ri-: - -i« Inc Rand 2 21 11" •. 42' K 12' > • 1 « Inland Stl 2 45 Tfi* 37 37 J « • 1 InsCopper 1 .1 35 Vi.15',, 3V».-- '«! 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DIVIDENDS: (n) plus extra; (h> lifid last year; (c) payment nn aminiu- liilcd diUdrnds; dl> drdarrd or paid no tar thi* vonr no regular rale; Itt cash pHu Ktrx-k; (R* annual ralr plu^ slnck (Ilvtt1r>nu; 'h) rapllnl dlntrlhtillon: (1) prr cent In Rlnck; (k) per rent In Mork paid lfl*l year: lx) cx-dlvlrtfnd. FRACTIONS: (Ik ImUratcfl Inllowlne (tmire 1* frnctloi* in .12nrin. i SATURDAY/ JUNE 25, IMC 'Appeals Court Hears Ruby Retrial Plea AUSTIN Tex. (UPI) — Defense lawyers argued before the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals Friday that Jack Ruby was condemned to the electric chair on perjured testimony for murdering assassin Lee Harvey Oswald, and should get a new trial. "We cannot murder Ruby judicially in the same manner he gunned down Oswald " attorney Charles Kunstler o: New York, summing up for Ruby's five lawyers, said. "We don't justify that act here. Bu It is the act of a sick man.' Court Recesses The court recessed for summer vacation after the Ruby hearing ended at (5:40 p.m. EDT). The court will either reject Ruby's appeal or grant him a new trial when it reconvenes in October, kunsfler and attorney J. H Tonahill of Jasper, Tex. contended perjured testimony came from Dallas Police Sgt Patrick T. Dean, in charge o security in the basement o: police headquarters when Ruby 55, killed Oswald Nov. 24, 1963 Dean testified that Ruby tol< him and Secret Service Agen Forrest Sorrels he did it to spare Jacqueline Kennedy the agony of coming back to Dallas for a trial, and to show the world "Jews have guts." Dean had said Ruby told him he had been thinking since Nov 22 of killing Oswald. Dean thus established for Dist. Atty Henry Wade of Dallas both motive and premeditation. Turns Away As Tonahill argued, Ruby' redhaired sister, Eva Grant turned her head away. A crowd filled the modernis tic courtroom to two-third capacity. It was hot, but the spectators were quiet. Many were University of Texas law students. The lawyers stood a a small lighted lectern for their arguments, standing in fron center of the courtroom, facing the court's three judges am two commissioners directly. Although Ruby fired him after a recent sanity hearing Tonahill argued at the invita lion of the court. When Ruby was tried for the Oswald killmi in February and , March 1964 Tonahill was his No. 2 defense lawyer. Cite Reversals Five lawyers approved by Huby cited U.S. Supreme Cour reversals in the convictions o Dr. Sam Sheppard of Clevelam and Billie Sol Estes, the wes Texas farm promoter, because of heavy publicity. Publicity in the Ruby trial was even worse they said— it had 350 newsme present. Asst. Dist. Atty. Bill Alexan der of Dallas County said th prosecution does not "feel i necessary lo answer Mr Tonahill." As for the Sheppard case, Alexander said, the jury was allowed to go home a night where it could read papers and watch television. In the Ruby trial, Alexande said, .the jury was kept isolated. Besides establishing a motive, Dean's testimony als showed premeditation, essentia to a death sentence. Dea testified Ruby, after killin Oswald Sunday, Nov. 24. 1963 told him he had been thinkin about doing it since Ih previous Friday, Nov. 22, th day Oswald killed Presiden Kennedy. Dean swears every word h told the jury was true and h has been deeply hurt by th charges. * — Farmers Union Meet Scheduled Tonight The Madison County Farmer Union meeting Saturday evening at 7:30 at the shelterhouse in Beulah Park, Alexandria will be featured by a display of cakes, with prizes to be awarded for best white cake best dark and best decorated Following the meeting and pre gram, and cakes will.be served along with ice cream. Auditor Calls Meet To Act On Bills Madison County Auditor Joe Armington has issued a call fo a special meeting of the County Council on Tuesday, July 5, a the courthouse to act on appro priations. Included in the agen da in a request for $1,200 fo current expenses. YWCA Calendar Sunday 9:15 a.m. Redeemer Presby terian Church 2:30 p.m. Eastern Star 7:00 p.m. Silly Circle Monday 1:00 p.m. Publicity Commit^ tee 6:30 p.m. TOPS Club 7:30 p.m. Madison County Historical Society Tuesday 6:30 p.m. Board of Directors 8:00 p.m. Sweet Adelines Wednesday 1:30 p.m. Bible Class 7:30 p.m. D & K Distributing Thursday 9:00 a.m. TOPS For KOPS Friday 8:00 a.m. Pendleton High School Pool 7:30 p.m. Y-Teen Room Open (1:00 p.m. Round Dance. Snlunliiy 7:30 p.m. Friendship Hour Nursery Available Wednesday 9a.m. to 12 noon. ^^RP*<^^H •s. «k% f' * * *• *• '• i '"fc •> \^,}\ : i^ * ^ K'\OA/ ^f ' ' •fifl E t f 'f sflinniK •^H|^^^9B|HH^fl f l ^Nnflo ils^BHii pJT^; *?••;•; v^^^P^^^^^^B^jH : ..'" ; ' ^"'^•i'i'i^i!!!i;:i!;' 1 •^;^^llj!i;y!!^liHl LIONS AID CAMP WINDIGO - The Anderson Lions Club pre the Wapehani Girl Scout Council lost week. Shown during right, Jesse Hunfzinger, club president; Mrs. Ruth (Robert) Home Show chairman. The money wi/( be used fo further th Windigo, funds were raised for the donation through the Doctor Strike Closes Clinics In New York NEW YORK (UPI) —New York City's 142 public health clinics were closed to all but emergency cases Friday when 1,500 city doctors ' walked off thejr jobs for higher wages. The doctors, members of the Doctors Association, called the strike an "emergency meeting," and said it would continue from day to day if necessary. Negotiations with the City Health Department broke down Thursday. A new round of talks got under way Friday morning. The doctors are demanding an increase to $43.50 for each half day worked from the current $23, a guaranteed number of working days a year, and tenure. Dr. Howard J. Brown, city health administrator, said the doctors had agreed "as all gooc doctors should" that all emergencies should be treated. He said no doctor would "let a child suffer during this period." Most of the clinics were manned by public health nurses, who treated less severe emergency cases and senl difficult cases to hospital clinics and emergency rooms. Sk of eight doctors at the Rikers Island Prison hospital, which receives the sick from all jails and prisons, did not report to work and the prisoners were • sent to other hospitals. Business Office Request Fails At Plan Session A petition to rezone property at 422 W. 9th St. from residential to business use in order to have an office in a residence, failed to receive the approval of the City Plan Commission. Meeting Thursday In City Hall, the commission voted unanimously to recommend the petition submitted by local realtor John M. Rock, to the City Council for denial at the council's July 14 meeting. Rock, who requested that the property be rezoned from R-4 residential to B-l local bsuiness, told the commission he wished the property be correctly zoned for an office he has there presently a non - conforming use. However, members of the planning body indicated they did not desire to change the present zoning and that Rock is entitled to continue using the office as a lawful non - conforming use as provided by city ordinance. A request to rezone property on the south side of Ind. 67 east of Columbus Ave., for the Alibi Restaurant was approved by the Plan Commission last night. The petition, submitted by Elmo T. Flatt, Magnus Mathis, and Amos Leakey, seeks to have the property rezoned from R-2 residential to B-l local business. The Plan body voted unanimously to recommend the petition to the City Council for approval at its July meeting. Flatl told the group he intends to provide parking for 100 cars at the restaurant and that the parking lot would be paved as soon as possible. Railroad Crossing Signal Requested INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - A group of Perry Twp. Marion County, residents Wednesday aetitioned the Indiana Public Service Commission for an order requiring automatic signals at a Pennsylvania Railroad crossing heavily used by school nupils and faculties. The petition asks that the railroad and the Marion County Commissioners be required to install the signals at Banta Rd. DR Manager To Speak Perry House, general manager of Delco-Remy Division, win be the guest speaker Monday at the weekly luncheon of the Anderson Kiwanis Club at the YMCA. He will speak on "What Is in the Future," as seen by progress of Delco Remy Division. He is a member of the Kiwanis Club. Freedom Bells To Ring Here At 1 P.M. July 4 Bells, fire sirens, and factory whistles will sound locally at 1 p.m. July 4th, rather than 2 p.m. as listed in Friday's Heiiald. Youth Fellowship Groups, Mayor Frank Allis and he city administration and many other groups are promoting the commemoration of the singning of the Declaration of Independence at approximately that hour (2 p.m. Philadephia time) 10 years ago. Anderson College European Study Group Departs Anderson College's third Europe-Athens study tour group left by air for Europe Friday under the leadership of Prof. F. Dale Bengston, of the music faculty. According to Dr. Thomas N. Pappas, AC's director of foreign study, the tour will include extended visits to Berlin, Leipzig, East Germany, Czechoslovakia, Austria, Yugoslavia, Greece, Italy and France. Although the tour is sponsored by Anderson College, Dr. Pappas said, it also includes university students from other parts of the country. The study tour is completed in early August with Prof. Bengston immediately taking the Anderson College Choir on a cross-country tour climaxed with appearances at the biennial International Youth Convention of the Church of God in San Diego, California. AC Represented At London Seminar Representing Anderson College this summer in a seminar being conducted in London is Miss Debra Creason, Middletown. A junior on the local campus, according to AC'S director of foreign studies, Dr. Thomas N. Pappas, Miss Creason is participating in the London seminar under direction of Indiana University. She is doing research in the characterization of selected Shakespearian plays as well as visiting Shakesperian country. She left New York for London last week with the tour-seminar to continue all summer. Miss Creason is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Creason. Rt. 1, Middletow'n, and a graduate of high school Ihere., She also has studied at Indiana University. She is a psychology major at Anderson College. Ireland Water System Sought INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) Ireland Utilities, of Ireland, has asked the Indiana Public Service Commission for authority to establish a water system serving it and surrounding rural areas. The petition said that the utility would borrow $178,750 from the federal government to finance the construction and would buy its water from Jasper. The minimum rate would be $175 monthly. CORK PRODUCTION World annual cork production is about 3,10,000 tons. JH^^H ~^^^B sented a check for $1000 to the presentation are /eft to Broswe//; and Paul Magers, e building program at Camp annual Lions' Home Show. (Herald Photo) De Gaulle, Russia Reach Agreements NOVOSIBIRSK, Siberia (UPI) —President Charles de Gaulle and top Soviet officials have reached agreement on many points in their talks on bilateral and international problems, Soviet President Nikola V. Podgorny said Friday. "We have every reason t say we are following the right road," he added. De Gaulle did not commen directly on Podgorny's state ment following a lunch honor ing the visiting French Pres ident. In his reply, he said th future outlook for France ani the Soviet Union is "friendship cooperation and working togeth er . . ." De Gaulle was warml applauded by the 125 guests almost all of them 1 o c a Communist party officials. Podgorny took part in th opening phases of the Franco- Soviet talks in Moscow earlie this week. He is accompanyin De Gaulle on the first part o the latter's 5,000-mile tour o the Soviet Union. De Gaulle and Podgorny continued the talks informally for four hours during the 1,800- mile flight from Moscow to this sprawling "Pittsburgh" of Siberia on Thursday. They also have been talking at intervals during their sightseeing tour in and around Novosibirsk. When De Gaulle reached Leningrad Saturday after an expected detour to see the Soviet Union's top-secret space launching center at Baikonur in Central Asia, Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin is scheduled to take over from Podgorny and continue the informal conversations. The final official meeting will take pface after De Gaulle returns to Moscow on June 29. Communist party chairman Leonid Brezhnev will again head the Soviet delegation. Caltech Graduates Anderson Student tor of philosophy degree has been conferred on Richard R. Williams of Anderson, by President L. A. DuBridge of the Institute of Technology at the annual Caltech commencement. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard K. Williams, 2420 W. 12th St., he has majored in aeronautics at Caltech and was graduated from Purdue University, B. S., 1961, and M. S., Caltech, 1962. IN FLIGHT SEMINAR John W. Foraum, Rt. 6, was among 84 Midwestern high school students attending a Purdue University seminar on the aviation and aerospace industries. The five-day event was held last week. The high school conferees also took an inspection flight in an Air Force C-123 to Bunker Hill AFB. 2— In Memoriam n lovinR memory of Wlllard T (Bud) Hunter who passed away one year ago on June 25, 1965. The wailing time of the day for us It's the time of day when we listen and wail For the sound of your key in the door. It's the time of day When we make believe That soon you'H be home with Then our world will be lovely and bright again The way that it used to be. We will feel the touch of your hand once more And in your nearness we will find The remembered warmth that we always found The cioseness of spirit and mind We'll think of your smile and hear your voice As plainly as if you were here And all the sorrow and Rricf we've known Will magically disappear. Please God let us RO on pre tending For this is the only w.iy We CMM boar the silnico arnund us Al Ihc waiting tune of the day Sadly nu.sscd by wife Joycn and THE ANDERSON HERALD l-PMTMMb »ldow would like to meet wldowtr. K« M to W. B ft H Box M3363. am no longer reipoiulble for any lebta contracted by anyone other lan myself. Arnold L. Print. S3M lit St. Earl's Watch Repair a W. 12, ACROSS FROM YMCA OMP. WATCH * CLOCK REP. SEP. ON ALL ELEC. SHAVERS he finest fashions In Swim Wear THE GINGER BLUE ROOM (Anderson Trailer Sales Bldg.) {ids. get your P.F. Flyers and free whistle. Just say "Charge It". FAMILY SHOE CENTER Chesterfield Shopping Center Open 9-8 Daily except Sunday, PEEDY: Wedding InvitaUons. Inv irinted napkins, forks, malches. VHP GHAWPI APE* 1120 MERIDIAN LEAN rugs, like new. so easy to hampooer $1. Hook Drugs. Knitting bags and accessories Bernie's Knit Shop 80S W. 5th. "IN DEBT" SEE DICK GRANT Anderson's "Debt Doctor" ANDEKSON Budget Service 5 East 12th St. Ph. 642-9901 Any shoe can be a golf (hoe. Neo- fte goLf soles, molded inserts. Hughes Shoe Repair 7 W, 12 ACROSS FROM YMCA Payday cash Loans as low as $25 Or contract financing for $30Qi And monthly terms to three years. 'alronize a local company tha operates only for local people Bryce Watkins Empire Finance Ph, 644-2523 On 109 By-Pass DON'T PANIC Maybe they are ants, not swarm ing termites. Play it safe. Call Bax tor Exterminating Co., 644-1905 Serving Madison Co. since 1936. 4— Special Notices VEEK JUNE 18TH TO 25TH. Wickens Shoes & Serv 23HD & COLUMBUS AVE. To all my patrons — Ruth Dukes ormerly of Dema's, is now will Mary's Beauty Salon, 616 E. 8th St ?h. 642-4710. CONVERT YOUR GARAGE TO A SUMMER FAMILY ROOM, WITH AN INEXPENSIVE "ZIP - ROLL' SCREEN. TREE INSTALLATION DURING JUNE. PH. 643-1681. P.O. BOXES 1013 AND 326 PHONE 642-0092 PARTS FOR ALL ELECTRIC SHAVERS B & B JEWELRY 9TH 4 MERIDIAN Carpet Linoleum Tile LARGE SELECTION. LOW PRICE DURGAN'S 8TH »: MAIN PH. 644-7290 THE CLASSIFIED SECTION This quick, easy, inexpensiv method that links, those who hav and those who have not makes lif easier for all. Yes, there are prof opportunities a-plenty awaiting you through Classified Ads. Classified Ads are the only form o mass advertising within the mean, of everyone and anyone. Here, th people are constantly buying, sell ing hiring, renting, swapping, an( filling countless other needs. The Classified Ads are The People' Market Place. They arc, of, by. an for you: your next - door neighbor your friend across town and th stranger in our city. Yes, it's yours to read and use joth for profits and results — belongs to YOU. the people! It's in The People's Market Place, thou sajids are made to order for million uses I If you've yet to learn by personal experience how much easier Class fied Ads make it to get what yo want, don't wait any longer. IT'S EASY TO PLACE A CLASSIFIED AD An experienced "Ad-Taker" is a near as your telephone. You ma charge your want ads. Jus PHONE. BULLETIN-HERALD CLASSIFIED 643-5371 6— Transportation Ride to Ft. Harrison from Wes part of town. 8 to 4:30 shift. Ph 642-1641. to 11:15 shift. Chesterfield Sc Dale ville area. Ph. 643-4809. FLY YOUR PERSONNEL OR CAR GO BY BEECHCRAFT Bonanza o an open schedule. Ph. 643-0621. 11— Funeral Directors At Brown Sc Butz Funeral Horn our understanding, competent sta will handle .every detail regardles of the price you wish to pay. BROW.V & BUTZ PH. 644-665 11 A— Cemetery Lots For Sal 6 burial lots in Memorial Park Cem etary. Ph. 644-1071 after 6 p.m. Selecting a cemetery lot during time of sadness is an added burde on your loved ones. Select your lo now. 642-3714, 643-6129 or 642-7136. MAPLEH'OOD CEMETERY 12— Business Services, Gen. Wanted - — Lawn mowinc and pain inc. Ph. 644-3087 Orville Nipper. Anderson Industrial CLEANING CO. 715 Main St. 644-2531 Rug and Carpet Cleaning. Comple House Cleaning and Business Clean ing. By day or week. Work dou very thoroughly. Free Estimates. We Give S & H Green Stamps. WEED MOWING PHONE 642-0031. SERVICEMASTER ANDERSON rTouse cleaning problems? Why wo ry? We clean from attic lo bas mcnt or any part, which mee your needs. Free Estimates Office-ISO W. 8th St. 644-827 Lot Sc yard mowing, hedge trim ming, spraying. Free est. 378-387 Use Bulletin- Herald Classified Pages 2— ButlnM* ScrvlcM, Owl. ement work, til klndi. IS yn. m. Itrold (Mike) Summtri W04 C&- umbus, M4-103J alter 9 p.m. l?t yird fintahlnj. pulvertHnf * g. J. Huffman. (42-7M7. ARPENTHY. PAINTING. MASONY. FREE ESTIMATES. W2-2S24, ENERAL MOWING * PEAT MOSS. PH. 043-0229. ey's landscaping yards, pulverizing seeding finishing. 644-8196. oof repair 20 yrs. exp. Slate, tile and shingles. New roof applied. Work guar. Free est. Ph. Collect Mechanlcsburg 779-4369. DUKE'S ELECTRICAL SERVICE PHONE 642-4831 HAROLD E. SMITH RTG. ENGINEER & SURVEYOR 10 Main St Ph. 642.72M ave'a Lawn Malnt'n. Mowing, light rading, plowing, discing. 642-6137. 3— Appliance Service No need to send Sunbeam appliances o factory — We repair them here. Provence Electric 003 Main Phone 642-7670 ANY MAKE SEWING MACHINE ERVICED IN HOME Reg. $6.99 Now only $3.75 Singer Sewing Center 130 Meridian Ph. 642-0296 VE SERVICE most makes and models of MAJOR APPLIANCES. ROBY's E. Main. Chesterfield 378-7485 Rogers Electric Co. Inc. Ph. 644-4449 Electrical contracting and repair vashers. dryers, refrigeration. Also Xpert small appliance repair. Night emergency call 644-4449 House WIRING, services 220. range lug. etc. Newsom Elec. 644-5335. Reconditioned TVs and appliances. Complete TV and appliance service. Save 50 per cent on TV picture tubes. Appliance Warehouse. 1407 14— Building Contractors exp. insured. A. BOOTS CONTRACTOR SMALL JOB SPECIALIST 643-7850, after 5 P.M. Remodeling of all kinds ^ree estimates — no down paymen Bank Financing CLEO ROSEBERRY Ph. 644-5971, if no ans. 644-1133 Days or Evenings •OMPLETE REMODELING of a] kinds. Aluminum siding, garages, We specialize in Remodeling! Free Estimates! Room Additions, Garages. Custom Cabinets. Built-in Ap- )liances. you name It! Financed ocallv nothing down, small monthly payments. Call the LUMBER NUMBER 644-6631. Madison Co. Lumber 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 Ca] 642-1105. ROOM ADDITIONS — GARAGE ALUM. SIDING — REMODELING FREE ESTIMATES NO MONEY DOWN UP TO 5 YEARS TO PAY Petersen Lumber Co. 1710 OHIO AVE. PH. 644-389 16-Cement and Masonry CEMENT WORK, all kinds, ful insured. K Perkins. Ph. 642-3169. CONCRETE WORK. ALL KINDS. EXPERIENCED i: INSURED. Wm. V. STEPHENS 643-356 BLACK TOP PAVERS. Aspha driveways, parking areas. Frea es Call anytime. 724-4983. 16A-Gravel, Sand, Stone CRUSHED STONE. BLACK OR BROWN TOP SOIL, Peat Moss FILL DIRT, sand and gravel. Ph 644-2384 3 EAT MOSS, FILL DIRT GRAVEL PH. 643-2051. SHIPLEY & bOJN White flagstone, all kinds rubl stone veneers, sills • copin - hearths & mantels. Ph. 643-2960 Bank run gravel top, fill dirt, grad ing and driveway cut. Ph. 643-6802 GRAVEL— STONE— DIRT GRADING A. H. KELLY PH. 643-531 Special extra rich to dirt; fill gravel; stone 642-9057 or 642-7965. Stone Gravel & Sand PHONE 378-3351 Driveway Gravel CRUSHED GRAVEIi MYEBS SAND A GRAVEL CORP Alexandria Pike Phone 644-881 17— Hauling and Moving TRUCKING, LIGHT HAULING PH. 643-9297 Light hauling, bsmt.. Bar. cleining Peat moss. IV, yd. $10. 643-8566. LIGHT HAULING PH. 643.8524 GENERAL HAULING LARGE TRUCK. 2 MEN 642-67 Hauling, all kinds. Basement, g rage cleaning. 644-5971 or 642-94.8 MOVE YOUR SELF and save up to 75 per cent. Local-Distance afld 1-way hauls. No special license required. EXTRA NICE VANS E-Z RENT-A-TRTJCK 609 BROADWAY 643-860 UGHT Sc MEDIUM HAULING GERALD FOX. PH. 643-2681. Light hauling, garage, yard clean JIM'S~LIGHT~HAUL1NG - DEL & PEAT MOSS. PH. 643-4881. 18— Painting, Paperhanging Int & Est. dec. Painting is ou business. 25 yrs. cxp. Free es Ph. 643-2014. Painting. Alum, siding, storm door & windows. Free est. Bowen & Cox 642-48(iO. INTERIOR St Exterior Painting Bernard Zirkleback. Ph. 642-5682. Interior & Exterior painting, pape hanging. Men insured. Walter H Campbell. Ph. 642-8345. SPECIAL — OUTSIDE palntin only. Ph. 724-3200. Interior • exterior painting. Fre estimates. Price reasonable. Ph 644-6211. Ext. painting, cxp. fully Insured Free estimate. Ph. 643-2748. Painting is no side line. Gutter cleaned & painted, Roof repairing Frcp est. Insured. Ph. 643-7203. PAINTING INT. Ic F.XT. COM MEIiClAL RES. EXPERIENCED W. V. STEPHENS 643-35a D H SUMMERS Interior 4 Exlcrlor Painting. Fo further Information, please refer yellow pages. Ph. 642-3572. EnWIN.NEEL~ENTERPRlSES RcEidcntl.il and Commercial Int. & Ext. painting & papcrhangin .looting A Remodeling. Insured. FREE EST PHONE H43-91 Paul J~iHi:ll, 6144170 Evci. Pane hanging, steaming, patch plnste • •liimhlnn nnj HftfltlM p* nmadioc ^G^ mfMlty NO rendition Av*. ' Ph. W4-904S 0-$«w« Cleaning leU'm Roto . Rooter — sewer ttrwi eanlng. Mil Morton. Ph. M4-MTO. UMP AND REBUILD ANY TANK. hesty'« Septic Service. Ph. (43-1488 septic tanks cleaned & ^stalled, yrs. exp. Danny Stanley 4U-7103. 2-H«lp Wanted, Male anted. 5 men to work «:30 to «:30 vcs hall day Sat. Will interview elec applicant. 5 S. Washington Chesterfield or call 378-5602, Mr. Willis. Would you like to BE PAID FOR YOUR HOBBY? MONTGOMERY WARD needs a art-time cabinet and wood prep nan Repair of minor dents and cratches. Hourly rate based on ex- : AINSCOTT. Personnel Office, Mounds Mall. Phone 644-3611. MONTGOMERY WARD Big Ticket Salesmen Excellent opportunity for sales* men in the following departincuts: Floor Covering Furniture Appliances (Brown & White) Home Improvement If you are looking fori Group Insurance Savings Plan Retirement Benefits Paid Vacation Company Discount Paid Expensei Guarantee For interview: Call MRS. WAINSCOTT. Personnel Office, MONTOMGERY WARD PH. 644-3611 WANTED SERVICE STATiON MANAGER for Anderson area. Experience required. Starting pay $110.00 per week. Contact: HUMBLE OIL CO. COULD YOU SELL MOORMAN FEED? Jecause of greatly expanded line o products, we have an opening for ocal sales and service representa- ive. Full time work. Thorough on the job training and research backing. Excellent employer benefits. Home nights. Would prefer persoi who has been In business or farme< for self. All Inquiries held in strict confidence. Glad to arrange interviews for evenings or Saturdays. Contact Bill Sears. RR 2. Middle- GLASS MOLD MAKERS WANTED The Holophone Co., Inc.. Newark. Ohio, has openings for journeymai lass mold makers. Press mold work. Can use men for bench, machine or all around work. 2 hifts Excellent rate, conditions and mplcyees benefits. Staple employment. Call collect to Factory Supt.. HOLOPHANE CO. INC. PH. FAIRFAX 9-6341 Newark. Ohio. Radio and television technician with minimum of two years experience. Excellent starting salary, excellent opportunity for advancement, p i u s ward s fringe benefits. Apply service department. Montgomery Ward "THE MALL" ON 109 BY-PAS Year around work. Indianapolis am Tt. Wayne area. Top wages an )vertime. MECHANICAL TRADES CORP. 7050 E. 30th INDIANAPOLIS, IND. Equal Opportunities Employer Hotel derk, retired or semi-retire man preferred. No drunks, please Apply Central Hotel. 108 E. 9th be tween 9 A.M. and 3 P.M. Semi-driver, experience necessary Age 25 to 50. Steel hauler pre ferred. Cisco Steel. Inc., Wilkinson Indiana, Stilwell 5-6905. Steel haulers. Men with tractor with or without trailer to haul steel from Calumet area to points in Indiana C T.I. Steel Division, Inc. Stilwe 5-6905, mechanic. Good pay scale. Plent of work. -New shop. See Omer Aull Ault Ford Sales. Alexandria, n phone calls. men tool makeri. Penrod Corp 24th & Delaware. ATTENTION MECHANICS WITH ALIGNMENT EXPERIENCE Starting Salary will be based 01 your previous experience. Genera starting range — $100.00 to $120.00 per week plus weekly Bonus. • Paid Vacations * Paid Hospitallzatfon Insurance • Paid Life Insurance • Paid Weekly Indemnity Insurance • Paid Retirement Program Phone 643-9525 for an appointmen or come to our office at IOC Fletcher Street and ask for Am old Jones. EVERYBODY'S OIL CORPORATION to B & H Box 3357 giving name age & qualifications. EXPERIENCED MEAT CUTTER KENLEY'-S Super Market 1107 So. 10th St. Noblesville. Indiana 23 Help Wanted, Female Would like to hire telephone solic tor. Experienced. Salary. Call 378 5602. COMPTOMETER OPR or Adding Mach. Opr Experienced only, 1 week assignment in Anderson starting June 27. Call Collect, Mrs. Marshall. Indianapolis fl35'9501 or 357-2763. MONTGOMERY WARD needs e pcrienced phone girls. Apply In pe son (no phone calls, please): Cat log Desk; MONTGOMERY WARD Mounds Mall. Office assistant. Light record kec ing. Over 40. 1023 Broadway 0 to Registered Nurses Need 2 full time. One charge nurs 7 a.m. lo ?. p.m., one charge nurs 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. AMERICANA NURSING CENTER 134S N. Madison Ph. 644-28 HOUSEWIVES Pflrt time Indies. Earn addition Income, selling for Fuller Rrua Our ladlcn Average between $2 At an hour. Ph. 642-M7H. 23—tfelp Wonted, Ftmato AVON REPRESENTATIVES" Become an AVON Beprt»ent«thr« VKl b* a WANTED woman. Cua- omers art waiting for your calL 'or interview call 943-9313 or write is, Ruth Teeter. KM North St.. ant licensed beautician with fol- w!n». 183 W. 12th St. Ph. 644-S669. eat appearing ladles. 25 to 35. or counter work. Apply in per»on, Experienced waitress. Christy's Drive Inn Restaurant, Pendleton. hite lady to live ;n part baby ttinf part housework. Room, card, wages. Ph. 724-3064. rupperware Home Parties needs 4 emonstrators. 2 lull time. 2 part me. No investment. For interview 4-Help, Mole-Famal* IF YOU ARE NOW EMPLOYED IN A SUBORDINATE BOOKKEEPING KNOWLEDGE AND FEEL CAPABLE OF AS. SUMING RESPONSIBILITY. WRITE FOR INTERVIEW TO B & H BOX 3364. Multl - million dollar expansion program has created immediate openings in production work at RCA in Marion. Ind. Excellent fringe benefits Include: Paid insurance Paid holidays Paid vacations Retirement program Aoply at the RCA employment office, 3301 S. Adams, Marion, Ind Interviewing hours. Monday thru Friday 8 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. Radio Corporation Of America An Equal Opportunity Employer, M&F 5-Agents and Salesmen 17 000 PLUS NEW CAR AS BONUS or man over 40 in Anderson area, sc car for short trips to contact ustomers. Air mail D. H. Dickeron Pres., Southwestern Petroleum orp.. 534 N. Main St., Ft. Worth, 'exas. SALES it SERVICE Married man over 18 to service stablished route in local area. Ex- client earnings, no capital re- uired. Write B & H Box M3335. 4 SALESMEN ull or part time. ?120 I week. No oor to door. One week free train- ng. You must be bondable ant ave a car. Interview 2 to 5 p.m. FILTER QUEEN 1915 MERIDIAN Immediate Employment For men over 21, or mature ladies who want steady work. Phone 642-7442. 6— Situations Wanted Rooms painted, |10. Walls washed, louses, garages painted. Exc. ref. eas. prices. 643-5832. Home Nursing. Can give good ref. rences. 642-2874. Will care for aged and sick. Your ome. Ph. 644-4500. Middle aged lady wants children t care for in home. Ph. 643-9057. College Junior, Science Math Maio can type, file, good at figures. Ph Orestes 471-2406. H.S. Senior colored cirl would Ilk job after 11 A.M. Ph. 642-4435. Yards to finish grading. Raking & seeding. 642-1308 after 4 P.M. Sewing, dressmaking and alter lions. Phone 643-0618. Ironings $2.50. Washing & ironing 84.50. Pickup & deliver. 643-1593. PATCH PLASTERING — DRY WALL. "CHIC" LOTT 642-6468. Washings Sc ironings, exp. guar Picl up & del. Quick serv. 643-0823 Ironings. 12c article. Will care fo 1 child. 643-9258. 27-Child Care tesponsible mother will care fo children in her home, Meadowbrook Area. Ph. 643-6251. Child care in my home, nea Remy's. Nice yard. Ref. $10 wk Child care in my home. South side Fenced yard. 643-2737. 28— Business Opportunities SPARE-TIME MUNEV ! Requires only 3 to 4 hours pe week to service this route of ove 50 vending machines. Person wh can qualify will be given help wit servicing and purchasing of mer chandise. Car and investment re quired. All replies strictly conf lential. Apply: B & H Box 3358. GOOD grocery store in small town near New Castle and Knightstown No competition. Showing goo( gross. Buildings reasonable. W i i sell on contract or lease. Involc Block. Ph. 643-1143. MACHINE SHOP A going, prospering business Wit more orders than owner can handle GROSS of 575,000, NET SIS, 000. Ask ing Price is $75.000 which Include bOU VAN n LANINfHAM HOSTESS BROKERS 318 And. Bk. Bldg. 643-665 FOR LEASE Major Oil Company has 1. 2 or 3-bay Stations. Good rental structure, low Investment. Phone 644-8853 8 TO 5 P.M. x>cated on the main street in Alex andria. 3 Way license. This taver is making money. Owner has othc interests. Call D. J. COPELAND REALTOR Pendleton Ph. 778-380 29— Miscellaneous For Sale Double bed; chest; windows, scree and storm units included; vcnetia blinds, all sizes; 2 metal cabinets 6 ft. sink unit: 23 in. Zenith TV nnJv. FARMERS Notice! 21* freeze chest-type. 1920 McKinley. Beautiful 42 x 22 Mosaic; create as wall hanging or table top. Artis design for patio or home. 642-5785 Memorial Park. Ph. 6-12-3150. 30 in. gas stove. Conversion burne for furnace 1920 Van Buskirk Rd 8 A.M. - 4 P.M. AIR COND. SAVE $50. 10.300 BTl no special wiring, used 1-mon. PI 642-0534. Furnace kindling 603 Ruddle 1 Maple Storkline babybed. $30. Ne playpen, $8. 1 bicycle, trainer size Sail at 6920 Delaware, Fall Cree Ilgts., after 11 a.m. 20 in. portable fan mounted o stand, cheap. Ph. 642-2746. 30 vol. Encyclopedia Americana. 1 vol. Our Wonderful World, 10 vo Book of Popular Science, J965 E cyclopedia Americana Year Boo Never been out of shipping boxc Other misc. Items. 2219 Sheridan Ph. 642-5845. 4 V.W. all new. I pr. M. Wajd i,now tires. 6:00x15. Def. fan; cus torn chrome trailer hitch; rca speaker; set of repair books. All ', cost. Ph. 64,1-7558. after 5 P.M. Window air-conditioner RTU H.dffll like new. $100. Car cooler $20. 3 PC LuRKiiKc $15. Ph. 642-OOEJ2. _____ IRONRITE Inner — $85. Excellcn condition. Ph. M4..563O. PACiU .1 V Mtlf*lffl"*"" •AH f^^f ~' •cT'lifbsS ml fcc'WSiSJrt"' to MW. *<; dnM ttrm,_^Ju5iS5 " from 40 io toilu. «. tSna. 4 GRAVELY TRACTOR - SALES t SERVICE '•" Anderson, R.R. 3. Lull IS44MI,.': 25TH ST. ft HA1ULTOM RO. THEN >/ t MI. W. JIM NEWBV _ , ing for materlil. Inqulrt, COST-LOW COAL CO. ' PH. M4-74I6 or M4 91U 23 T-Eucket — (75. Mallory Dill. • —127.95 Racing Uniforms. TAG ALE ENG. k SPEED SHOP Ml letcher rear. rs. old. $25. Dress form, size It o 16; new round clothes line. Ph. Impllcity riding mower $300; Ma* !e corner desk »15.Ph.6«-5608. kates; 22 automatic rifle. Ph. 642* 533. baby chests. RCA-TV. PoltabU ylvama TV. 24x36 Marble top, elec, motors, radio speakers all Sizes. • 43-2954 alter 4:30. TWIN AUTO TRAVEL TRAYS -, ITS OVER BACK OF FRONT EAT TO SERVE BOTH FRONT! ND BACK. FOLDS FOR COJfc ACT STORAGE. $2.88. FURNITURE MABEHOUSB SALES 1520 MERIDIAN STREET and iawn mower; % bed size .. prings and mattress. Ph. 642-7231..., Peco Appliance Parts mall Appliance Repair. All Makes; : OPEN NIGHTLY — 9 TO 9. J25 East 10th St. Ph. 644-l87( I 26" Bicycles $29.95 up. Huffy Bicycles, $23.50 up. AYNES niCYCLE 308 W. J2n4 SPECIAL Riding Tractor. 6 H.P., 32** cut. ONLY $399.95 Complete. K. W. GEETING SALES 601 E. 10th Ph. 644-472$ • Rubber Stamps MADE TO ORDER Any kind, or size. Also, make you* own kits. MILLER HUGGINS, INC. Right on Meridian at 1212 EW SHIPMENT OF PANELUNd UST ARRIVED, FROM $2.50. A. L. BREWSTER PLYWOOD 801 S. R. 9 N. 644-1041 Root coating 5 gal. $2.99 Latex House Paint $3.88 gal. White fence paint $1.99 gal. Lucite $4.99 gal. FRISCO PAINTS 15 WEST 19th. Vedding dress, floor length, size 9f 35. Call 644-7307. before 4 P.M. 4 INCH BASKETBALD GOAL POSTS $26.95 GLAZER BROTHERS Ph. 644-7713 600 Broadway PANELS Beautiful, light $3.7.5 LINE'S PLYWOOD.-BROADWAV OFFICE MACHINE SALES SERV, Not just a. word but a buy word Yelton, Inc. Ph. 642-8062 Take over payments!! '. — 1J165 G.E. combination freezer-refrigerator nn defrost $7.00 weed 1 — 23 inch G.E. console T.V., mahogany cabinet $2.40 week 1 — 23 inch G.E. console T.V., walnut cabinet $3.2! week 1—21 inch G.E. portable T.V. on stand, practically new $1.90 wee* Some Items Have New Warranty Goodyear Service Stor* 23" Colored T.V. Sale WHY WAIT — BUY YOUR COLORED T.V. NOW. NO DOWN PAYMENT NECESSARY — AND NO MONTHLY PAYMENT UNTIL SEPTEMBER 15TH. B. F. GOODRICH 1409 Meridian . Phone 644-662^ WE HAVE SEVERAL USED OP. ; ERATORS. Dyer's Garage Door Operators 642-5174 or 644-5343 SEE THE NEW * Bolens Lawn Keeper 6 hp. 32" cut. Cuts ahead of front wheels. CenleJ livot stecrinc. VI & J Henderson, Inc, "KALES WITH SERVICE" (i mi. N. of Linder's on hlway ». Ph. 642-6177 WESTERN AUTO 3 aint headquarter! (or quality Pe*« fection products. Unlimited Colors Guaranteed one-coat products Interior and Exterior Paints From §3.49 to $7.98 Per Gal. CHESTERFIELD SHOPPING CENTER' Wringer washer — used -5 47.73 Tiller — discontinued $129.50 , Garden tools, close out 20% 9ff . Garden hose, close out 20% off ^ort. TV, floor sample 5129,88 FIRESTONE STORE International Heating Full 20 Yrs. Guarantea _ AND NOT PRO-RATED ' CAN ADD COOLING 5 YEAR GUARANTEE FREE ESTIMATES Anderson Home Maint'a Simkins Auto Parts 3121 OHIO Ave. 643-334J 4 chrome reversed wheels $73.95 Spec, prices on new & used parts* Re-inforcing Rod & Re-inforcing Mesh ! For Concrete J. F. PHILLIPS IRON & METAL Phone 644-6649 FLAT WALL PAINT, , . WHITE Jc COLORS — »1.99 GAL. i ' Army Surplus Outlet 825 Meridian OPP. COURTHOUSB Mary Carter Paints 2 gallons only $6.98 ; Interior flat or house paint. Also value prices on complete un« of interior • exterior enamel, van nish, brushes and accessories. Mary Carter Paints 2806 Nichol Ave. State Rd. 3J Wert Next to Marsh-Tarns PH. 644-1944 ? NOW OPEN , Marvin's Discount Fabrics First house north of Milchcl! 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