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PAOC 30 ANDERSON SUNDAY HERALD SUNDAY, AUGUST 28, 19M STOCK MARKET WEEK New Harmony ]Park Opposed In Petition By MIKE DAL/i:I.L Thomson & iMcKinnon INDIANAPOLIS (UP1) - A petition objecting to treslion of Jj|a New Harmony State Hark presented lo (ho stale jtials in its component areas. • Thursday, but Governor Brani- 'Thus it is difficult to make gen-;gj n withheld comment, eral statements about the eon- The letter from landowners on an overa.l basi, For ex- ^ y "^%^ ?£* B?a- ditions and outlook of the field ample, women's sportswear has MARKET COMMENT The stock market sagged last week, with Wednesday's rally being the only encouraging point. Monetary pressure remains extreme, commercial banks are carrying high loan to deposit ratios and the traditional autumnal demand for j DEFINITION CORNER credit has not yet been as-i Dollar Cost Averaging: The .... serted. process of investing the same „ *. leller accompanying While this monetary tightness ! amount in .he same stock at.^ Th^^idSd continues, it would seem that regular intervals. This enables . dire ;. to - William A, ' the stock market will remain one to take the "guess- ° * lTe l °f ™ '*"' uneasy. Labor unions are cer-work" out of the market, since,„"" ^ J M,.!,,., nlcniir™ tainly aware of the results reinvestments are made in both; menl ."'.Natural Resources as A lelter the °" 0 the airline machinists strike rising (less shares) and falling, and will press for higher (more shares) markets. The in- stdle n °P cs to aequne. wages, particularly in view of high corporate profits and rising prices. Thus it appears wise ? and the to avoid industries with a high labor content in their cost structure. veslor profits if his ultimate Tire Elliott family recently selling price is higher than his presented the state with ™ average cost. „ K , , ni . '(Karen J. Perkins Further backing and filling! will be necessary in order ^lii; r mA/c U; n ]""*" broaden the base of any con SWIllS rcllOWSnlP |P' ope solidation phase. This, then,! . ,, ' would prove the momentum jAf Km I needed for more favorable i" ' UUII .. . markets in the weeks ahead. | MUNCIE _ Karell Jew ,j who are citizens and taxpayers INDUSTRY TRENDS i Pe S" d^ght/rfMr S 'IM?™!*, S$™!Z °l 700 acres of land which would be the nucleus of the new state park. Andrews said that the slate eventually hopes to acquire another 3,100 acres, in: eluding land between the Elliott irty and the town of New jHarmony. I "Enclosed you will find a 'petition signed by 733 persons In the general market decline Mrs. K.' R. Perkins, 1009 Dres-i ' | |Md whjch constilutes most of j of the past six months, apparel equities have been very noticeable casualties. Price-earnings multiples, often comparatively low to begin with, have 'dipped under 10 in many cases. The apparel industry is not particularly noted for its cyclicity since its products are generally viewed as necessities. Companies with well established brand names also tend to fare relatively Well during periods of economic softness. ser Drive, Anderson, has been named for graduate study in speech and hearing therapy area of your proposed :," the letter "The majority of people of OJIU Ilcmlllg L1IC1 (1I1T . t. r ., J .1 • • -, grant totals $11,200 and | New Harmony and its vicinity b . , , ., ~. . . Hrt nn( monf thin tificb ^nr! fnol do not want this park was made through the Division of Educational Personnel Training for the U. S. Department: of Health, Education and Wel-i the n } one j' . stf-re'sussij'LMi feel is being forced on them their will. We feel that would building ; grat receivtag B be used for schools federal Nfil'-ways. We feel these things 'should come before recreation and expensive indulgence in Among the factors that have speech and hearing was an contibuted lo the apparel | nounced jointly by Dr. Donald group's weakness are the general youth of the stocks as public vehicles and the fact that apptrel companies are usually smaller than manufacturing enterprises in other more mature industries. Certainly the tendency to STUDENT TEACHER think of the apparel indus'.ry as the industrial equivalent of Las Vegas has been no help. Never- experiencing excellent current results. The industry presents a complicated product mix with vastly different growth poten- The graduate fellowship in|«*L ri f a fS, gi ' an u>pph .anrl hcnrinu was an- historical nostalgia _ _____ "We feel that your historical Y~ Miller' head of the Depart- nostalgia for New Harmony has ment of Special Education at Ball State University, and Norman Beck, director of student financial aids. gone beyond the desires of its citizens," the petition said. "This area covers a vast oil field which can become a danger and hazard, to pleasure seekers as well as impede the Deborah Quear, daughter of:operation thereof to the eco- Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Quear, jnomic detriment of the entire 1623 Greemvay Dr.. is among community. We feel you have 175 Indiana University students been misled as to the merits theless, many companies are who have received teaching as- of the proposed area as a re- signments in Hoosier ele-1 creation site. mentary schools for the fall The petition said Hie donation semester. Miss Quear will teach of land was apparently a "tax- ESTES WINS CHIEF'S TROPHY - Def. Maj. Robert Esfes, left, of Ihe Anderson Polks Department, accepts the Chief's Trophy from Police Chief Doyle Wright offer shooting fwo perfect scores in a pistol match in Detective Division competition. Estes scored two perfect rounds of 100 with Ihe 2-inch revolver shown, which is considered outstanding. The normal service revolver issued lo detectives has a 4- inch barrel. (Herald Photo) Local Frosh Picked For Leadership Camp at Forest Hills School. Isaving gesture." Gregory L. Bright,. 1821 W. 10th St., freshman; Nancy A. Ravenscraft, 2909 Greenbrier and William G. Bobbins, 823 Silver St., both juniors, will attend the three-day Purdue University band leadership camp. Janet: Thurston. junior, of Alexandria and Terry D. Foust, freshman, Rt. 2, Elwood are also among the bandsman and majorettes attending the an- mual camp Sept. 8-10, immed- Some things work so well that nothing can take their place SHOE Possibly dating bock to the dawn of recorded history, the anvil was an essential tool in metal working when all metal articles Were fashioned by hand. With the lerent explosion in the horse popula- tion, the blacksmith and nis irreplaceable anvil are busier than ever before fashioning horse shoes. Like the anvil, the newspaper Want Ad dates far back into history and has never been matched fcr its functional use in providing an effective means of mass communication for the private individuals who have a message to deliver. Want Ads solve problems for millions of people every year. Why don t you use a Want Ad? A BULLETIN-mi O AD WILL mm m To place your ad, dial 643-5371 and ask for an Ad-Visor. lately preceding general orientation for all new students. Fall semester classes begin Sept. }4. Prof. Al G. Wright, director of Purdue bands, is in charge of the camp. The camp serves to prepare selected freshmen bandsmen for positions of leadership among the freshmen entering the band program at Purdue. Camp registration opens at 8 a.m. Monday, Sept. 8. Afternoon first - day itinerary includes sessions in bandsman- ship fundamentals, marching and playing auditions and checkout of uniforms and instruments. Films of Purdue band football shows, tours, and campus activities will be shown that evening, and bandsmen will hear an explanation of the counseling program of Kappa Kappa Psi, national honorary band fraternity. Morning and afternoon marching drills will be held Friday and Saturday, Sept. 910, with a fina! evaluation and summation Saturday evening. Several upperclass bandsmen also will be present to assist the training of freshmen. HEAVY HAUL FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) Strong burglars rifled a strongbox of $1,200 in nickels, dimes and quarters at the Press Box Tavern early today. The tavern is across the street from the j daily newspaper. i BEGIN SCHOOL SEPT. 2 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING THE PEOPLE'S MARKETPLACE Olflce Hom>: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 3 LIKES OB MORE: Weekly Rate—29o per litl« per d»y Three Days—33'.ic per 11. per day One-day Ad—42c per line per day TWO-LINE MINIMUM RATE Charge $1.110: Cash 80c MONTHLY RATE—$8,00 PER LINE Discount of 20 per cent la allowed for cash or for payment of advertising within seven days after billing date. The above rates cover the total cost of the ad in both The Herald and The Bulletin Classified, The Ads are set only in 6 point and 12 point light faced type: 12- polnt type is charged as two lines. White space may be used but each line of white space is charged as one line of 6-point type. No borders are used on Line Classified Ads. Ads Start in Morning Edition Anderson Newspapers, Inc. reserves the right to classify ads under proper headings and will NOT be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion. Classified Line Ads will be accepted until 5 p.m. of the day prior to publication. Credit is extended to persons who have telephones, Phone 643-5371 Bulletin - Herald Classified Ads sell everything 2—In Memoriam MRS ADA HAYES, who left us Aug. 29th, 19G5. The love you gave us many years Will never from us depart. Though You have gone beyond our reach, You are always In our hearts. Mr. Russel Hayes, Husband Mrs. Lucille EUlngwood, Sister Mrs. Betty Robertson, Niece Mrs. Norma McConnel, Niece in loving memory of Ethel Young who passed away Aug. 29, I960. Gone dear Mother gone forever, How we miss your smiling face. But you left us to remember, None on earth can take your place. Sadly missed by children and grandchildren 3—Personals . .309 E. 35TH. MON. THRU THURS. Wives - Mothers earn tailored suits, irousers, sport coats, for husband's or son's Christmas present — it's easy. Call 644-1182. Mon,. Tues., Thurs., Fri. 1-3 P.M. We have Constant Crease cords for men and boys in the new fall shade; FAMILY SHOE CENTER Chesterfield Shopping Center Open 9-8 Daily except Sunday PILE "is soft and lofty . . . colors retain brilliance in carpets cleaned with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1. Hook Drugs^. Shoes ready for the school test? fast serv. Reas. prices. Hughes Shoe Repair 27 W. 12 ACROSS FROM YMCA R'EMEMBER A FRIEND Greeting 2ards for every occasion. THE SHOWPLACE 1120 MERIDIAN ^ you walk into a house full of leas after vacation? BAXTER EXTERMINATING kills them all $15. 04^-7905. MONDAYS .1 PANTS —J100 . RELIABLE CLEANERS ALTERATIONS 12 W. 13TH am no longer responsible for any debts contracted by anyone other han myself. Fredrick Hartley. 1325 W. 6th St. am no longer responsible for any debts contracted by anyone other han myself. William L. Markham, fr., 4105 S. Madison Avc. ^ no longer responsible for any debts contracted" by anyone other han myself. McEldery Estcll, 1509 W. 19th. WoukfTike to lease restaurant, state ocation. seating capacity & terms. Write B&H 3468. Earl's Watch Repair MARKLEVILLE - The Mar- §,,& %f TccKH ° S I CLOC^RE^ kleville and Fall Creek Heights REP. 'ON ALL ELEC. SHAVERS schools will open Friday, Sept. 2, from 8:05 until 11:15 a.m. The first full day of school will be Tuesday. Sept. 6. AUCTION SALES H'cd.. Alls. 31—10:00. A.M. Frank and Mary Haaff public auction of complete inventory of their gift shop also some household eoods. Located 4 mi. west of Greenfield on U.S. fid. 40 in Philadelphia. Indiana. Joe Kelluin and Jim Bradley Auctioneers. Sal.. Srpl. 3—1:00 P.M. Anderson Bank Acini. Hood. Auctioneer.. Sat., .Sept. 3—1:00 P.M. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wiley public ;,ale of household goods. I.o- rated 410 North Meridian St. (NW1 Shirley. Indiana. Joe Kef. him & Jim isradley. Auctioneers Sat , Sept. 3—lf):30 A.M. William Morin public sale of household goods. Located at Kishersbure on SI Kd. 32 across from Pass\vater's Restaurant. E. H. Whelchel & W. Pheanis. Auctioneers. ^ NEW FALL KITS AND BOOKS. Now Available. Bernie's Knit Shop 16 W. 5th Ph. 643-4634 Payday cash Loans as low as 525 Or contract financing for $3000 And monthly terms 10 three years. patronize a locul company that operates only for local people Bryce Watkins Ph. 644-2523 Empire Finance On 109 By-Pass 4-Special Notices Back in law offices Jerrald 0. Finney 8-lnitruction PIANO LESSONS JANET STUCK W4-5M8 WANTED — MEN — WOMEN — To prepare for U. S. Civil Serv Ice examinations for job openings Most positions start at high as $440. 000 per month with security and op portunity for advaircsr.ient. No spe cial education or experience needed for most positions. Free, informa tion on jobs and salaries — write today. Tri-State Training Service Inc.. P. O. Box 295, Lima, Ohio If on rural route give directions lo your home." _______________ MOTEL MANAGEMENT MEN — WOMEN - COUPLES Learn Motel Operation with our short . course at home followed by two weeks Resident Training in a motel operated by us. Age no barrier. Free nationwide placement as sistance upon .completion. Easy terms available. For personal interview write; Executive Training Division AMBASSADOR MOTELS INCORPORATED Dept. A-2 1565 Allison Street Denver, Colorado 80215 MEN-WOMEN I B M TRAINEES URGENTLY NEEDED PRESTIGE JOBS, HIGH PAY. DAY, EVENING OR HOME STUDY CLASSES AVAILABLE. REPLY TO B & H BOX M 3471 NAME ... ADDRESS — TOWN AGE PHONE Excellent dark top soil, crushed stone and gravel, ph. 643-9824. Stone Gravel & Sand PHONE 378-3351 10-Beauty and Barber Shops ~B'ACK~TO~SCH<jbL SPECIAL~ PERMANENT WAVE $7.50 CATAL1NA BEAUTY SALON 829 Marine Dr {So. Brown St. T) Open till 9 p.m. Ph. 642-3055 OPERATORS Mary Wickens Judy Johnson GOOD used beauty equipment. Reasonable. Ph. 552-7121. Elwood. H—Funeral Directors You can depend on Brown & Butz Funeral Home for considerate, competent service. Finest facilities at a price you can afford. BROWN & BUTZ PH. 644-6658 WHEN CONSIDERATION COUNTS MOST You can depend on Brown & Butz Funeral Home. Since 1929 we have established a reputation for con. siderate, competent service, the finest facilities and the convenience of a central location with adequate parking provisions. BROWN & BUTZ PH. 644-6658 Classifieds Bring Fast Results 11 A—Cemetery Lots For Sole GRAVE LOTS IN ANDERSON MEMORIAL PARK. PH. 644-6954. Ihoose your cemetery lot now and . ay for it in sm. monthly instaU- -nents. It's the sensible, thoughtful thing to do. Call 642-3714. 643-6129 or 642-7136. MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY 12—Business Services, Gen. WEED MOWING & YARD GRADING. PH. 642-2824. Aluminum — Siding, storm doors, vindows & awnings. Free estimate. J42-4860. Also General repair & shut- ers. Bowen & Cox, Contractor & loofing. !HIMNEY'S REPAIRED OR REBUILT. Patch plastering, cement •epair, cer. tile. Free est. 643-4845. KEY'S YARD FINISHING, 'ULVERIZING, SEEDING. 644-8196 lumbing, Rooting. Siding, & Gutter vork. Ph. 642-8480 or 724-2986. LAND SURVEYING HAROLD E. SMITH REG. ENGINEER & SURVEYOR 810 Main St. Ph. 642-7254 13—Appliance Service Call us to discuss your problems. Blowing fuses, new serv.. remodel- ng, maintenance & repairs, correct circuits, overloading. Newsom Elec. 2203 Madison. 644-5335. So need to send Sunbeam appliances ,o factory — We repair them here. Provence Electric 1005 Main Phone 642-7670 ANY MAKE SEWING MACHIN SERVICED IN HOME Reg S6.99 New only $3.75 Singer Sewing Center WE SERVICE most makes and models of MAJOE APPLIANCES. ROBY's 4 E. Main, Chesterfield 378-7485 14-Buildlng Contractors ROOM ADDITIONS - GARAGES ALUM. SIDING - REMODELING FREE ESTIMATES NO MONEY DOWN UP TO 5 YEARS TO PAY Petersen Lumber Co. 1710 OHIO AVE. PH. 844-8891 REMODEL NOW! Complete home Improvements. C<ui furnish financing. Call 643-3337 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. after hours Call 042.1105. 16—Cement and Masonry Cement work, large or small. P h. 643-3718 anytime. CEMENT WORK, all kinds, fully insured. K. Perkins. Ph. 642-3169. Patios, driveways, walks, steps, walls, porches. Fully Ins. 643-2748. 16A—Gravel, Sand, Stone CRUSHED STONE, BLACK~OR BROWN TOP SOIL, PEAT MOSS, fill dirt, sand 1 gravel. 644-2384. _ fop dirt7~7ill. bank run gravel. 643-9279 — 642-9554. FILL DIRT, CRUSHED STONE, SAND & GRAVEL. PH. 643-2051. Crushed stone for sale and fill dire. Ph. 644-5218. Backhoe work, sept. Inks., footings, crawl spcs. & grading. Bank run gravel, fill dirt, grading, driveways cut 643-6802. Crushed Stone, Gravel. Sand & Peat Moss. Ph. 644-2246. GRAVEL—STONE-DIRT GRADING A. B. KELLY PH. 643-5314 Special extra rich top dirt; fill gravel; stone; 542-9057. Driveway Gravel CRUSHED GRAVEL MYERS SAND & GRAVEL CORP. Alexandria Pike phone 644-8819 17—Hauling and Moving 22-Help Wanted, Malt Furnace initaller and helper wanted. Apply 1023 Broadway. Steady barber or (cod apprentice. 2226 Main St. Wanted—full time link wagon salesman for major oil company, located in Anderson, Address all correspondence, P. 0. Box 1066, Ande> son. HAULING AND PAINTING PH. 642-7957. LIGHT HAULING PH. 643-0195 GENERAL HAULING LAHGE TRUCK 2 MEN 642-6169 Dozer work, loading and hauling Phone 643-4281 or G44-0847. Hauling, all kinds. Basement, garage cleaning. 644-5971 or 642-9486, LIGHT & MEDIUM HAULING & DELIVERY. FOX. 643-2681. HAULING OF ALL KINDS. PH. 643-0319. YOU CALL — WE HAUL PHONE 643-7378 Light hauling, yard cleaning, peat moss Hi yds. ?10. Ph. 643-8566. Ddd jobs, mowing weeds, grading, top dirt, haul, apply peat moss; flower beds. Ph. 643-0686. jOCal hauling, moving, bsmt. clean- ng, large trk. two men. Quick Serv, Reasonable. Ph. 644-6115 or 644-2054 Light hauling, garage & yard clean ng & mowing. Ph. 643-1936. JIM'S LIGHT HAULING AND.DE- LIVERY. REAS. PH. --• — 18—Painting, Paperhanging INTERIOR & Exterior Painting. Bernard Zirkleback. Ph. 642-5682. House neecPpainting? Call 642-4860 or free estimate, interior or exter- or, also general, repair. Bowen & Cox, Contractor S: Roofing. fainting, roof repair, gutters cleaned & repaired. Free estimate, d. 643-7203. .'aul J. HlBh. 644-9170 Eves, j'aper langing, steaming, patch plaster. Samples shown in your home. The Weather is Right. We have the men and .equipment. Time To Paint Now. CARL NEEL ENTERPRISES 'REE EST. PHONE 643-9131 BOYS, MAKE MONEY WITH A HERALD ROUTE! Applications are needed for boys to deliver the morning paper, "The Anderson Herald" in the central and south central part of Anderson. You can make good money with a morning route. Call in person at the Circulation Dept.. 12th and Jackson between 8 and 5 to fill out an application or call 643-5371 between 8:00 to 9:00 A.M. ANDERSON NEWSPAPERS, INC. Experienced plumber with tools. No other need apply. No drinkers. Roby's Plumbing. 4 E. Main St., Chesterfield. ___ _ Janitors, experienced preferred or will train. Day shift. 40 hour week. Excellent benefit program. An equal opportunity employer Call 643-3391. ext. 71 tor Interview. Need experienced floor covering mechanic. Finer floors. 124 W. 8th. Pendleton. Ph. 778-2195. 19—Plumbing and Heating 'lastic sewer pipe, plmg. supplies, >ipe Threading Open. Sun. 8-2 Pendleton Ave. Hdwe. 020 Pendleton Ave. Ph. 044-9043 20-Sewet Cleaning -"ield's Roto-Rooter — Sewer drain leaning. 2011 Morion. Ph. 644-6270. septic tanks & sewers cleaned. 15 ,-rs. cxp. Danny Stanley 643-7103. 22-Help Wanted, Male More WEAR. COMFORT, Sale. Ln. FACTION with shoes from PI..CC. EPS yVickens shoes & Scrv. logers Electric Co. Inc. Ph. o-M--!440 Electrical contracting and repair washers, dryers, refrigeration. Also expert small appliance repair. Night emergency call ti-H-4449 SATIS-! Reconditioned TVs and appliances. Complete TV and appliance service. Save 50 per cent on TV picture Jubes. Appliance Warehouse. 1407 23RD & COLUMBUS AVE. ! Main. Ph. 643-5996 till 9 p.m. Wan! to buy sheets, blankets, bed- srjreads. rugs, drapes i curtains, pay reasonable price. 642-4435. 14—Building Contractors ~ALt5oHoIics~ArjNONVMous~ (We specialize in siding on nnvT^s imt AMn .1?R ,. . „. , !& guttering, roofing and P.O. BOXES 1013 AND 326 PHONE 642-009? Sal., sepl. 10—2:00 P.M. lrr\ F.. Bull. Exec. Sale. Located|? lid 8TH M.lrk'lcville. EBB : MAIN Hood. Auctioneer. ; 6—Transportation Silt.. Srjil. 10—10:00 A..M. ',, , , D .. , J.CVI Carey public auction o(.«a'" ride to H.<-.*.. household conds. shop tools. I Indianapolis (1:30 antioues. Located 24ns Ohio St.,i shift Ph. 644-5.104. Now Castle. Ind. James C. . . Rr.idlcv A; Joe Keliimi. Auc- 10 IO:.IO A..M. Carpet Linoleum Tile 'general home repair. 20 LARGE SELECTION, LOW PRICES' T „ n rpp ,,DURGAN'S ! yrs ' exp ' Lee Breece IHome Imp. Ph, 642-2929, We specialize in gutter- ling down spouting. Roofing new and repair. Gilreath Sheet Metal. 643-0575. A.r Michifian ~sT A.M. to 3 P.M. iTra ^ ride. Sunday. Weather per- 1 and Found nittnifi. '., mile east of Empnria. """ CHARTEH A BEECHCKAFT : ,; ,;;«hHd»^odrr ^^ ™ NZAKORYOT) mi;jS£,. (iiiipri'iv. l/icaled -1 inilfj west • — - •- »f Peridletnn. then U niilc.s .soutli. 7 i _ ef Klhert M. WUclclicl. Auctioneer. /~ L O ST _ , srpi. H\_iO;:tft A. M. jLost— 2 Walker Fox hounds lost small "vnmodclinR y>b SpecialiTl", i;.s Mrlhdii public s.ilc of farm in vie. Roy Scout Camp, No. of p^ (j-n-'S!? or 612'2-tB'l niat'hinery. (rucks A- car. l.n- Anderson. Reward. 642-8690 or j—>,.,„.,..,, -,.„ ,. 1V ci.*'t T TTTA— r iied 1 mi so of Delco-I.emv'i-n -«[-,•< I ChRAMK. 111,1'- INSIALLED .ii Si. Rd 'llifl'nr 1 nih no. of'• { ' H -' JO '*- . ' KREF. ESTIMATES >" on Si, Rd. 101). Wayne Phca- Reward for return of pictures that | Richardson Tilo Sci'V HIP. iniciioncer. were hi luggaflc. missinfi Irom hack! "i»-»«i«»"» »- 11 ^ ^^*>- PHARMACISTS SUPER-X's continued expansion in Indiana creates excellent opportunities in: ANDERSON FT. WAYNE R. Ph. Assistant Managers enjoy-. TOP PAY UNIQUE BENEFITS UNEQUALED GROWTH OPPORTUNITY CHECK YOUR FUTURE Write in confidence to: SUPER-X DRUGS B & H BOX M3474 An Equal Opportunity Employer nilll.DINfi & REPAIRS, CARPEN, TRY. PAINTING AND MASONARY PH. {H2*2f>24. Wort., Srpl. 11—10:30 A. Si. porch Monroe Millnirn ptihlic sale ofievcmnR iMltlc. tools, household siKids L'K'aled 1 till. Wl'St of Sulphu 1019 W. fith, Thursday i Please, place them in mail! PM 64:1-441(1 box or nn back porch. "or T v im"'c-iM ''^ ^'ptis^ctiurch^n'a.'fiSoSii.jroom additions, general Rd. -100W. tlj'cn Lost: lOlia Madison Ht.s. Class ring. lmi-n^ rf.rn ir fi49 9Q9Q D. Kirk. Auc- 'Reward .Ph. 378-53,1-1. j 1101716 rCpail . D4Z-ZJZJ. . , rt ftd » M !lx>st White Miniature Poodle, needs ™f?cld iiibhc sale of lrimmln «- in vic " °J %°' catllo, tools and houscholclI Koods!| Answcrs *° "• ime of P( Lncnicd 2 ml. north of Lapel | wnrtl - W4-8056. _ on St. Rd. 13, H, U. Kirk Auc- -"--.-' -" — 8~lnstruction of Muldleow S :n , mi. n ' Guttering, r o o'f i n g cAttl, NEEL ENTERPRISES W. 1st. ROOFING AND REMODELING R«-lFREE EST. PHONE 6«.»UI tloneer. sat., sept, n—HOG P.M. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hcaj -satr funilturi*. Located 2 of Shirley Ind., on Co rd IL'fln K. Joe KHIli Jim Hr,idlry. Aiirlmneers. S.U.. Sfpl 17—10:110 A.M. Diillii.s ^clinnfirld nnhlic ;ni of rallln. tixil.s, hoi/.-lmUt g trd '2 mi X .'f l..,nfl ni on public ipment 8t mi. north U. S. CIVIL SERVICK TESTS I Men—women IB and over. Secure Room additions Rernndellnif of all kinds. Free csl. A financing. A. HOOTS CONTRACTOR __.— _ _— We"*sppciailM In RemodeltnRI Free MANAGERIAL TRAINEES Training program in the financial field to prepare (or man. agcrial position in an office. Rapid company pmivlh, advancement offered for men who are ambitious and wim'nR lo accept responsibility. Experience not required. Must be a hich school grad and have pood record with previous employers. Cumpctilive slarting salary and company benefits. An t-qu.'tl ojiportLiniiy for all to qualify ECONOMY FINANCE COUP. 12,10 JACKSON STREET ANDERSON. INDIANA Good man to manage Pressing Dept. in Dry Cleaning Plant, either as laborer or Manager of entira iilant. Earnings can be in 5 Bracket [igure. Ph. 644-4891 eves. • VAN LANINGHAM EMPL. SERV. Would you believe that we work with all the lop firms throughout the state? That we can save you time and money in finding the right career posiUon for you? That many of our listings are fea paid? That we offer confidential, personalized service? Come ill and register and see! (No charge of course, for registering). SALES MANAGER Top co. dealing with blue chip accounts. Will take high caliber, ex- nerietwed person iti administrative sales work. SALARY $15,000 plus for the right one. MANAGEMENT TRAINEE Will start in Purchasing or Customer Service Dept. Any degree will be acceptable. Potential unlimited. Sajary to $7,000, start. WAREHOUSEMAN Some exp. in warehouse and soma farm exp. would be good. High r a ted company in their field* Earnings in $7,000 yr. bracket. IBM :f you have the background you will qualify here for excellent supervisory position. Excellent security and salary is negotiable. Several very fine openings for engineers of. all types in saJary range* of $8.000 - $25,000. Call us today for details on out openings or come in. No appoint* ment necessary. VAN LANINGHAM EMPL. SERV. 316 And. Bk. Bldg. 643-K653 Licensed^Employment •Agency loute drivers wanted. Seven Up Bottling Co. 1010 W. 29th. Openings for full time day help. Apply in. person. No phone calls. Burger Chef, 109 By-Pass. Need experienced man in heating and air conditioning full time employment. High pay with paid vacation and fringe benefits. Must furnish reference. Call House Of Service 778-3838, Pendleton, for appt. Porter: Apply in person. Burger Chef, 109 By-Pass. SUPER MARKET SALESMAN Will train young married man, high school grad in full line selling & merchandising. Car furnished, salary, bonuses, all benefits, 5 day week, home every night. Write to B&H M-34G4 giving your qualifications. This is a permanent local coverage with unlimited potential. THE BEST SERVICE STATION JOBS IN ANDERSON We arc accepting application! for the follov ig positions: Mechanic: High weekly salary Plus weekly Bonus. Driveway Salesman: High weekly sajary Plus weekly Bonus. Trainee: Married Age; 20 to 65 Starting Salary , will be based on your previous experience. General starting range — $100.00 to $120.00 per week plus weekly Bonus for experienced men. * Paid Vacations * Paid Hospitalization Insurance * Paid Life Insurance * Paid Weekly Indemnity Insurance * Paid Retirement Program Phone 6VJ-9525 for an appointment or come to our office at 1000 Fletcher Street and ask lor Arnold Jones. EVERYBODY'S OIC CORPORATION 23-Help Wanted, Female Part time baby sitter afternoons, P.M. to -1 P.M. Call Mornings. 'ives - Mothers earn tailored suits, •ouscrs. .sport coats for husband's r son's Christmas present — it's asy. Call 644-1182. Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri. i-3 P.M. Wanted: 2 operators. Eastgala Beauty Salon. 642-8031 or 378-5m U or 1ft MI villr :.i Flrl l H. n. Kirk, (.'Mon oods. i Rd>MPR. mi. Estimates' Room Additions, O jobs, llich starting pay. Short!rages. Custom Cabinets. Hullt-m \n- hours. Advancement. Preparatory nllances. von nnme tt! Financed lrainin(t as long ns rorjiiircd. Thou-lorai'- nothing down, small montli-j snnds r>f jobs open. Experience usu.,ly pavmnnls. Call the LUMBFIRI ally unnecessary, Grnnunar school Nu^'MKR 644-6B.1l. j f± c .SSiit nys &»!: n r5, E «iS: Madison Co. Lumber : monls. Wriln TODAY Rivlnc name AKn Pamirs Available nnvt — Day and ;if1drrs.<- Lincoln Servlefl, B ft hmft call *)U-fiii;ll, '-vfiiinRs CALL H Rn\ M.;i43A ri4.t-T20:i Montgomery Ward DEPARTMENT MANAGERS Sporting goods manager— Warehouse Manager Excellent opportunity for men 23 to 50. Wo can offer; Salary leady -r- ECt set — ajid GO on to that Octier position. Let us assist you in finding the job YOU want and fits your needs. No charge for registering, of course. SECRETARY Exp. in office procedures, good typing and shld. will win you this one. Salary is oj>cn for negotiation. You will cnjny this interest* ing and diversified job. BOOKKEEPER ARC open and exp, can be lilc. They \vill train ynti tn their methods. 5 day ivk., full benefits and sal* a.ry io $70 wk. start. CLEHK-TYPIST Larpc iii flu si rial firm — work In their purchasing dept., — prnvo yourself and jou can advance from there. 5 day wk, and salavy S?i) up depending on exit, DIKKCTOlt OF NUItSING Fully jtccrcdditfd hosDMnl wilh plans lo,- expaiis'cn 1 ol;ing fof U.N. with inininHiin of 2 yrs. exo. in supcrvisinfj. Musi luive K.S. in Science in Nursing. Salary lo S750 mo. to start and fee is ncK"ti»ble. A rciU opportunity! Many Other Openings — Come In And Register Todny. VAN LANINGHAM EMPU SRRV. .116 And. Rk. Hlllg.. 043.M53 Licensed ICmpTnyint'nt FLORAL, AKHANGURS Group Insurance SnvtnKs Plan nctinneiH hencdtn Must have flnnil Paid Vacation I No sclllni! exp nri-es S iiv> Ton Company Discount l ])"rlunil\ trt in;iii;tK^ drp: I'; 11 ; K yon are looklnc for employtnc-nl in exce.llenl slnrc'i s.,l,n^ n 1 '!with a future, contact personnel '((• er Income opiiorlunilics. VVrll" ,'II-P. Mrs Wamscfill. Montgomery|me telei>hnnr iiiimbr'i : M.-VH Waid, Moiinfls Mall. PH. liM-ilmi. |3»i2. SUNDAY, AUGUST 28, 19(6 ANDERSON .SUNDAY HERALD PAGE 31 13-Htlp Wontad, F*mol« 26-SituaHttnt Wanted BUSINESS CAREER An outstanding opportunity for a mature woman to own her own bust- ness in a successful chain. Can be operated out of home or In conjunction with another business. Prefer personnel and • or office experience. Company provides all ma> tcrials and training. No cash in< vestment required. Our reputation Is one of stature and prestige. Send complete background information. All replies confidential. Write B&H Box M3463. Ironings wanted. 1 day service. Victory Gardens. Ph. 842-1712. Upholstery — low price, satisfaction guaranteed. Ph, 642-5172, "EASIEST $175 I EVER EARNED" says Alabama homemaker. You make $50 t» $250 with SOUTHERN'S newest Christmas Cards; personalized, religious. Write for FREE Pearl Pendant Offer; Sample Outfit on trial. Southern Greetings. 478 N. Hollywood. Dept. 213, Memphis, Tenn. 38112. Send will care for children In my home. " M-Brook Sch. area. 642-3736. _ Christian mother will give TLC to your small child, in my home. 215 W. Slli n :_y _ __ _ Will care for children in my home, 5 days wk. $15. Ph. 643-0364. Would like t<T babysit" girlT or 3 yr. old, company for my girl. Homewood Add. Ph. 644-2247. A-l NY MAID JOBS. Top pay. Best homes. Fare sent. Write Gem Agency, 35 Lincoln, Roslyn Hts, NY TOY DEMONSTRATORS Earn 52000.00 SPARE TIME, now to Christmas, selling Name Brand TOYS, GIFTS, and NOVELTIES thru Party Plan. Select samples from over 300 catalogued items. No experience necessary. For catalog and details write, giving phone number. "SANDRA PARTIES' 20216 John R., Detroit, Michigan 48203, or call Upland WY 82411 THE COMPANY THAT LETS YOUR CUSTOMERS CHANGE THEIH MINDS Nobility of Newark has introduced a unique sales plan that allows the customer to change their minds within a period of ten years. If you have 20 hours or more a week available, write Box M.3470, c-o Newspaper. Car necessary. Babysitter for 2 children, 1 — school. Lindberg School Dist. Prefer own transportation. 649-1600. 29-M!«t«llantoui For Sal* PAINTING. INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR. PH. 642-7884. FALL SEWING. DRESSMAKING Al\TD ALTERATIONS. PH. 643-0618. GRAVELY TRACTOR SALES & SERVICE Anderson. R.B. 5. Lapel 534-3iej 25TH ST. 8: HAMILTON RD. THEN y t MI. W. JIM NEWBY 27-Child Cora NEW submersible sump pump arid 00-ft., I)'," plastic pipe. Ph. 642-7524 before 4:30 P.M. One barber chair & shop equipment, cheap. 702 Ruddle Ave. 6lL-Ffr(ED, "hoMva'ter boiier.~Wiii heat 6 rooms. Ph. 643-2507. The time to get those bargain lawn nowers, tractors & accessories. K. W. GEETIN'G SALES 3601 E. 10th Ph. 644-4722 Babysitting in my home. Close to 5 schools. Ph. 643-9258. Child care wanted in my home at 610 Stoner Dr. Fall Creek Hgts. Sub-division. Ph. 643-9052. J arr"ard™88-4~turn tableT" 20~ Wa ft amplifier and University 312 speaker and enclosure. Ph. 642-9443. Republic gas conversion unit. Excellent condition. Phone 643-2515 after 5. 28—Business Opportunities 'VA^LANINGHAM BUS. BROKERS Nine offices throughout the state to help you buy or sell. TAVERN 3-way license, also includes 2 houses. In busy intersection that is future shopping center area and this block is pretty well tied up with these three properties. Tavern alone grosses $75,000 and net ?15,000-$20,000. Can get $250 yrs'. ASKING PRICE '$85,000 inc. all R.E. and inventory. $15,000 down with bal. on liberal con* r VAN LANINGHAM BUS. BROKERS 13" Beagle, large trailer frame. 48 Packard, tape recorder. 2709 Morton. Breakfast nook seats; G.E. washer & dryer; 60 sq. yd. grey Mohawk carpet, good cond. 10 Willow Hd. Ph. G42-0153. NORGE auto, washer, 3-yr. old, $55. 414 Wheeler Ave. or Ph. 642-5802, after 5:30 P.M. Stroll-o chair, makes into 12 items, go-cart without engine. D. L. Webb. Ph. 533-4524 after 4 P.M. Cash registers; wall scales, 2, 6-ft x 31" Wd. freezers; 1, fi-ft. Reach-in cooler. Ph. 643-2450. 57 Chevy, excellent cond., S600.. hide-a-bed, 10 mo. old $200, Zenith TV, good cond., cabinet model ?45, 3 brand new traverse rods $22. Ph. 643-5113 before 3 P.M. 643-6653 Needed: food preparation manager for small restaurant. Excellent hours, 9 A.M. to 4 P.M. No Sunday work. Nice job for woman with children in school. Ph, 644-1249 for interview. 316_And._Bk. Bldg._ MOTEL. 3 acres on U.S. 40, liv. qtrs. 10 units. Asking §12.500 cash. Also hotel and apt. business bldg. priced reasonable. Contact mgr. and make offer. ! LINDSAY MANOR HOTEL [Ph. 345-9270 or 345-2008 Knightstown, Ind. White House Paint Paint thinner $1.99 gal. .69 gal. White Latex House paint $3.88 gal. FRISCO PAINTS 15 WEST 19TH Wanted: Experienced grocery cashier. Apply in person: HOOSIER MARKET 710 Jackson Young or retiree — lifetime opportunity in small town. Good general store with home and gas station. No competition. Showing good gross. Owner will cooperate or sacrifice to right party to keep business going. 30 min. drive from Anderson. For details call 643-1148. WANTED AVON REPRESENTATIVES Avon Cosmetics offers immediate opportunity to 3 women in this area. Call 643-5313 or write Mrs. Ruth Teeter, 804 North St., Chesterfield. Choose your own hours. We need beauty consultants in all areas of Madison Co., to represent a unique and exciting cosmetic line. Ph. Chesterfield 378-3826 or write Box 176. Chesterfield. Babysitter, days. 1 child, S. Anderson. Own transportation. Ph. 6437827 after 6 P.M. Swim pool dealers wanted—In ground-~$595.00 & up. Contact FOX POOLS. INC. 1895 Whiteford Hoad, York, Pa. Ph. (717) 755-8324. Lady to live in, light housework, good wages. Write B & H Box 3467. WAITRESS. 11 P.M.— 1 A.M. MOK THRU FBI. NO SAT.-SUN.-HOLIDAYS. APPLY IN PERSON ONLY. TBENNY'S FINE FOODS, 14 W. 11TH. MOORE'S STREAMLINE HOUSE ILayaway PAINT. WHILE THEY LAST, $4.49|ready *or Paneling $2.95 Pre-Finished. Natural grain. Line's Plywood 2103 BROADWAY 644-9 OFFICE SPACE Available by Oct. 1st, small offices suitable for insurance, real estate, attorney or other professional services. Parking, heat, light, air conditioning, carpeting, all brand new, starting at $50.00 per month. Call 6444453 or 6424603. Coin operated music, bowlers, shuffle alleys, amusement games. Phone 644-9764, 642-3768. ACE BROKERS JIM MANLEY TAVEHN FOR SALE Located on the main street in Alexandria. 3 Way license. This tavern is making money. Owner has other interests Call -^,^-,™7,TiS^S (Pendleton D. J. COPELAND REALTOR Lady to live in, with convalescent widow. Ph. 643-8270. Openings for full time day help. Apply in person. No phone calls. Burger Chef, 109 By-Pass. EXPERIENCED waitresses. Apply: 709 E. 8th. J & M STEAK HOUSE. No phone calls, please. VAN LANINGHAM BUSINESS BROKERS Want to SELL your business? List with us. We feel hav most unusual business brokerage service offering more than any other broker. We have NINE offices in (NINE Indiana cities and advertise [YOUR business in each city. No Waitresses and grill cook, 12 P.M. h istln g fee , no charge unless your ' 1 A.M. One day waitress 1 A.M. (business is sold. The service of to 4 P.M. Ph. 644-3178 or 644-9851. White babysitter, live in, must be over 21. Ph. 643-4837. . Babysitter to live in, more for home than wages. No age limit required. Call 354-4571 after 4 P.M. NINE offices for the asking. VAN LANINGHAM BUSINESS BROKERS 316 And. Bk. Bldg. 643-6653 Neat appearing ladies, 25 to 35, for counter work. Apply in person, GRAYDON COLLIER. For Sale: Model 18 Vermeer Stump remover. Ph. 378-7982. 24-Help Male-Female COLLECTION CLEKK: 30 up PRODUCTION WORKER: 40 plus. MEN'S WEAR SALES- extra RECEIVING CLERK: 20 up, HS WAREHOUSE MGR.: exp. MEAT CUTTER: exp. ORDERLY: pt days HARDWARE SALES: will tr. DRIVER SALES: 21 up "COOK- days or nites STOCK CLERK; will train UPHOLSTERER- 25 up, will tr. TILE SETTER; will train GRILL COOK PAINTERS CARPENTERS TRUCK DRIVER; 21-35. HS SERVICE PARTS DRIVER COMBINATION WELDER SERVICE STATION ATTENDANTS CONSTRUCTION WORKERS: Elwood area ASSEMBLERS; Eiwood area STENOGRAPHER- 20 up TELEPHONE SOLICITOR FOUNTAIN MANAGER- 25 up BOOKKEEPER; with typing CANNING FACTORY LABORERS; 18 up Indiana State Employment Service 1214 Jackson Street NO FEES CHARGED for 29—Miscellaneous For Sale Take over payments! 2—GE Console Stereo •adios $2.00 week 1—1965 G.E. combination freezer-refrigerator no defrost _- $7.00 w 1—21 inch G.E. portable T-V. on stand, practically new SI.90 Week Some Items Have New Warranty GOODYEAR Ph. 643-3359 Ask for Charlie Used Typewriters All Reconditioned New Machine Warranty Free typing course with purchase. Remington, Royal, Underwood, R.C Allen . $35.00 to S90.00 Check protectors $20.00 up Therniofax $150.OC Remington Electrics, reconditioned .$275.00 SEE THE '66 MODEL REMINGTON STANDARD YELTON'S INC. WANTED: Man or woman profitable Rawleigh business in s, &. W. Madison Co. or dist. in Anderson. Experience unnecessary. Real opportunity. Write Rawleigh, <.„ F . Dept._INH-402-lI9 Freeport. 111. . F !gLg S -L on Serv - OPPOR~TUNITY~r~ I 0il ' anks ' LADIES OR MEN. CAN YOU USE< mt : nt _ <* underground. 10 $30 TO $50 A WEEK EXTRA? jgat. lau M4-3B2.I. ^ If you have 15-20 spare hours, neat p prn Annlianrp ParU in appearance, good car, phone. * eco Appliance fHl IS 1137 MAIN _ 642-8062 and used, for base- to 10,000 FIREPLACE WOOD. PH. 644-7532. NOW IS Discontinued Colors 29A-Sport«, toots, Motors 13.FT. runabout, 25 H.P. Johnson. Ph. 642.7324 before 4:30 P.M., Blonde Oak 4 PC. bedroom suite, 2 PC. broiyn soc-tional. Ph. 643-2344. 1965 TRAVEL TRAILER. 18 • It, self-contained, like new. Sleeps 4-5 persons. Comfortable year-around. 721 Maplewood. •63 VW Camper. 4 mos. old. 5000 mi. 8 Pass. Table, beds, ice box, luggage rack, screens, roll out windows, tent, R & H. Like new, Must sell. Tajte over payments. Save $700. Ph. 642-0963. NEW ARROW 10 FT. TRUCK CAMPER $1.295 " USED SPECIALS " 1964, 20 ft. ELCOK'A. Refrijt. Shower. Sleeps <j...$1695 1865 18 ft. LAYTON. Shower, Water heater. Like new.. J1995 1965, I'l ft. STARDUST. Sleeps 6. Shower, refrigerator . $1795 19G4. 16 ft. SHASTA. Sleeps 5. Excellent condition $1295 NEW HOLIDAY RAMBLER TRAVEL TRAILERS ARRIVING DAILY MANY MODELS NOW IN STOCK Open until 9 Monday thru Saturday. GENERAL CMC TRUCK SALES ! 2 mi. north of Muncie on Hwy. 67 PH. MUNCIE 288-5578 Montgomery Ward Carpet sample clearance; Aorllan In assorted colors to accent your rooms, sine 27" x 54" • Regular price $5.95 — Sale $4.95 100 per cent Wool Tweeds, assorted colors, size 27" x 51" Regular price $4.95 - Sale $3.95 Wool Axmmister, variety of colors to choose from, si?.e 27" x 54" Regular price $7.95 — Sale $5.95 Also many large size remanents reduced prices 14 ft. Thompson boat. 35 H.P. motor, trailer, $325. 642-1826. HARTLE'S CAMPERS SALES £ RENTALS 2615 Broadway. Open Sun. 644-1195 CAMPING TRAILERS FOR RENT Maiden's Gulf. 23rd & Columbus BOAT, MOTOR & TRAILER. PH. 724-2046 OR 724-2516. Hi-Lo camper.", sale o & ice box, $45 per 642-5242. rent, stove week. Ph. 32-HeuMheld Ooodt 23 In. cabinet model TV. Bonded picture tube, non-glare. Looks and performs like new. Only $79.95 W.T. 909 Halble Avc. jTln~TV, First $30. Ph. M4-1818. 1714 Louis^ Don't buy a colored TV set until you see the one we're giving away. NORBURY HOMES INC. Ph. 644-7747 ; Center" , "Mounds Mall Snopptll Ph. «4.3011 SINGER ZIG-ZAG WALNUT CABINET SEWING MACHINE IN BEAUTIFUL WALNUT CONSOLE. EXCELLENT CONDITION. ALL FEA- TORES BUILT - IN. NO ATTACHMENTS NEEDED TO ZIG-ZAG. MAKES BUTTONHOLES. BLIND HEMS. SEWS ON BUTTONS. PLUS DOZENS OF FANCY EMBROIDERY STITCHES. AVAILABLE TO RESPONSIBLE PARTY FOR 7 PAYMENTS OF S5.18 PER MONTH. CALL 642-0617. 35— Musical Instruments piano Lessons. Mrs. Kitchhatt. Phone 644-3714. 2 Saxophones. E-flat Alto, band approved; C-Melody. i)07 W. 5th. Bundy Fiute, used 1 year, A-l conil. Cost S195", sell best offer over 575. 044-8773. _ _ _ Alto saxophone. $100. good Ph. 643-I234after530. _ cond., __ __ _ ~c~able" upright Piano $75. Telephone J12-17GO : _ __ __ _ UKEfNEW JANSSEN" PIANO PH. 642-1791. VACUUM CLEANERS FULL PRICE $12.50 EACH 1963 Clearance. Call today. All attachment. Paper throw away bags. Terms available. Call 642-0611. Smart housewives shop for good used furniture from SOBEL FURNITURE 1730 MERIDIAN 612-6718 "us'ElTsWEiaPER BARGAINS^ FURNITURE WAREHOUSE SALES 1520 MERIDIAN STREET Poland's 1229 Mer. MIDWAY GUN AND SWAP SHOP Corner 23rd & Meridian 642-2( Buy, sell, trade or anything. NAVACO AWNINGS Ven. blind cleaning., Strm. Window; JONES MFG. 917 Madison 644-8933 BOAT INSURANCE: Full coverage. 53; $25 ded., $2; 550 ded, 51.60 per $100. 643-4762. 203 Cit. Bk. Bldg. BOB HODSON GUNS NEW & USED, MOST ALL KINDS. WEATHERBY & BROWNING IN STOCK. BUY. SELL OR TRADE. LAYAWAY NOW FOR HUNTING SEASON. TERMS. GENE & BROWNIE 627 MER. ST. PHONE 644-6008 DUNN'S TRAILER SALES Stamper, Puma, Sales & Rental. 1605 W. 8th 642-1043 or 643-1840 . BARGAINS Elec. appj. close out 15<J off New Radios close out _--.15f» off Used tires - .-.—• ?3.75 & up Transistor radio - S12.31 Repo. TV S92.50 FIRESTONE STORE 14th & Meridian ... Ph. 643-5329 FLAT WALL PAINT WHITE St COLORS - 51.99 GAL. Army Surplus Outlet 625 Meridian OPP. COURTHOUSE CASH AND CARRY 2x4. PRE - CUT STUDS, 93%' ECONOMY GRADE 42c EACH. ?35 LB. BARRETT ROOFING. S7.65 Per Sq. now and be ig season. boots here. 1'4-Ft. Kelvinator refrig, A-l, $75, Arthur Collier, 1009 Ranike Dr. 644*4307. ,Baby bed and chest, 2.1" console ;TV, bed spreads, drapes and rugs. "•h. 644-2119. East 38th. Ph. 642-338G. ..ike new. pair twin beds with mat- Mahoga :resses. Ph. 354-2778. Call A.M. MAGIC~CHEF GAS~RANGE. AL~ MOST NEW. PH. 642-0075. 14 cu. ft. G.E. refrig., no defrost vith top freezer. A-l cond. Ph. 179-4540. !1 in. Hotpoint TV, 2 blonde step ables, blonde cocktail table, 2 table amps. 043-6034. WE — BUY - GUNS. GUN BARN Moss I. Rd Air conditioner, portable sewing m achine, clothes dryer, gas stove electric stove, electric skillet, Spinet Lowery organ. 3 rugs, lounge chair. Ph. 643-9884. 30—Auction Sales WANTED TO BUY Used Furniture — Appliances. One piece or houseful. MUDD's Ph. 644-1433 WE BUY AND SELL Quality Used Furniture PETTY'S AUCTION '901 W. 24th. Ph. 644-7066 or 642-9463 3-Room Group, Complete. $188.00 Nothing Down—$7.50 month. Instant Credit! CARRICO FURNITURE OPEN NIGHTS OPEN SUNDAY 30A—Antiques For Sale Braden's Antiques 440 Linden Lane, Chesterfield All greeting cards & gift wrap, up to 25c value 5c, each. Bosworth House Across from Mounds Mall Don't call it Used Furniture, CALL IT EDUCATED Take desks, for instance. Ours have seen lots of studying and important work. They're ready to help your young student do his work expertly, and save you lot of money. It's true of all our wide selection of "educated" furniture. Come in and save at SOBEL FURNITURE 1730 Meridian Ph. 642-6711 GRAND OPENING Braden's Antiques — Gifts 440 Linden Lane, Chesterfield Ph. 378-5441. PH. 644-8891 Big anniversary sale! Everything goes at discounts of 10-50'^ off. An' iues — New gifts — Misc. Ron's, S. No. 36, Mechanfcsburg. Hot water Baseboard Heating Modern Home Equip. 3H EAST 21ST. PH. 644-9151 26 in. Huffy. $32.50 Boy's Dragster $3B up. Haynes Bicycle 308 W. 22nd. Back yard sale. Teeter-babe, car seat, tables, grill, children's clothing & misc. Tues. & Wed. 9 A.M.- 6 P.M. 4833 Main. SALE ON DAILY BRATTAIN PAINT Free Green Stamps Parking W. 14th & Brown "WE SERVICE AND CLEAN~ ALL MAKES OF FURNACES AND CONVERSION BURNERS. 24 HOURS SERVICE. WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK. NO RESULTS - NO PAY! All Type Heating ALL WELCOME, 3212 Sherman Court. Wide selection, all types of clothes. Many unusual & useful Household items. Tues. thru Sat. !)-4. Large rummage sale, all kinds and sizes of clothing plus beautiful new hand crochet pieces. All this week. 613 West Monroe. Alex. Dyer's Garage Door Operators SALES AND SERVICE 642-5174 or 644-5843 54" UPHOLSTERY FABRICS SI.00 TO $5-00 YD. Drapery & Slipcover Parker's Antiques 413 SOUTH WOODWARD. LAPEL 31—Rummage Sales Mon. thru Fri., refrigerator, dinette set. picnic table, baby clothes, misc. everyone welcome. 1519 Jeffrey Dr. W. on St. Rd. 33 (Edgewood Village) Mon. Tues. Wed. all welcome. 1215 Lennox • across from Panorama Center. Misc. rummage Mon. thru Wed. — 9 to 5 315 Longwood (Grandview) 33-TV-Radio Sale*, Service USED PING PONO TABLE, In good condition. Ph. 643-2725. 43-livestock For Sale Northern Ind. Shorthorn Breeders' Assoc. CLUB CALF SALE. Salur- day, September 10, 12:30 P.M. Heirs Park. Huntington, Indiana— 00 Steers — 20 Keg. Heifers — 10 Bred Yearling Heifers. For Catalog write: John Scranage, R.R. l, Ash-! near ley, Indiana. MODKItN 3 rooms, suitable for I.' 1 & 2 bedrooms \vnppliances ulili- 100 Coo,, to choice Uereford ™,|« J^-j^Sgve. jej^^* $?,»„ .&^ m ^^ recces* ;es. wt. juo to S50 Ibb. cnce )jk ,. lse ph U42.79J7 'Call 6«-iu«. : ^ -- -- frm modern bath DaseVnent eas ULTRA MOD. 2 BDRM. APT. n « .1 nn. modern, bain, Dasenieiu gas ,,„.„ cnn-i'i-rcii-ic" am . rw^ A,«u Angus Calve: THORNE CATTLE Ind. Ph. 622-7516. Yrl. res. Angus bull, (or trade blood lines) No. 21 Nl mtd. picker. Ph. 378-7400. USED ORGAN SALE Wurl Church Organ. $2495: Ham- moJid B3. W-spk.. $1995; Baldwin. $1095; Wurl.. $995; Hammond, $695 and $395. Johnson Organ & Piano Sales. 2800 Broadway. 644-6077. Used spinet organ, reasonable. Ph. 642-9582. heat & hot water furnished, single^-jc HKAT it WATER. ADULTS, For sale. 35 nice feeder pigs. "$2oi wo '" an Preferred. 307 VI. 14th. Inq.iNO PETS Edgar Leach, \'y mi. N. of,'" 1 Rent a Piano Choice of any model or finish only $10 mo., with option to buy. JOE'S RECORD and MUSIC SHOP 1240 MERIDIAN PHONE 613-7456 EVENINGS OR SUNDAYS CALL Larry Mechem 643-8481 Dan Eutsler 644.3055 PIANO LESSONS Wilma Benefiel AUGUST PIANO Warehouse Clearance Savings $200 to $300 "lOOB Cambridge Walnut piano $1525 ?429 spinet Continental y finish $650 42-Wonted To Buy Pianos, Any Type. Phone 642-3581 PH. 6-13-0522. 47—Apartmenti—Unfurnithed Large 3 bedroom lower. Ph. 643-0368. EDGEWOOD PLAZA APAIiTM'TS 2725 West I6th St. Three spacious floor plans, which include one. two or three bedr'ms, 12 Noon to 7 p.m. Daily Ph. 644.00SH Modern upper 3 room and bath. 47—Aportrmnh—Unfurnished 3~ bdrmT~apt, heat * water furn.' Ph. 643-2867. !i'BRICK D"OUBLE 2 BEDHOOM. GAS HEAT. . AIR COND. APPLIANCES. GARAGE. SOFT WATER—PATIO SOUTH. PH. 643-2213. Large, 4-room apartment. Close to moaeni upper o iwiu aim uain. " ',, ; ,' j /— , Steam heat, cold, hot water fur- ">»'"• He at. water and «» furnish, nished. Columbus Ave. On bus line.l ed - Adults only. Phone 842-9943 or Ph. 642-9122._ 643-606J). | 3-Houm ;ili utfis., stove.Vefr. fiirn'! Low " :l rooln and l>Illh - Hardwood Adults only. 1831 W. 9th. _ l'_!™ rs -. MS ' 43 ™_ a ? e . r _U 1 l 1 ?.' 3i'l-niTlower mocCheat.'wati-i- furiij 3 Kaom apt. on the East side. Ph. it. John's llosp. Ph. C4J.6015. 1 "- 1 -™''- . CO., Marion. 3 nn. modern, bath, basement. 8as."£'"" »'«?.; '«r'iio " furnace, garage. ?40 mo. 1715 John.;NEAR SOUIHSJDE .AIR son Ave. Ph. 6W-3926. 'R^JL' °, VE ?;.'i?5 AJ l!J ,0-AnAGE . . COND., , CERAMIC BATH. AMPLE STORAGE. 3 rm. newly decorated with garage. !$120 PEH MO. INCLUDES HYDRO- r .109 W. 14lh BltODEKICK.BAHItKTT rooms & balb. Private entrance LIVESTOCK FOR SALE?".MORTON' u l'l >er Ills 21C Delaware. McSHUKLEY. Licensed_ & bonded'Nice clean three rooms, bath, stop PH, li-U-llTO OH 613-B59S HOLLON'S MKlliTAGE H 0 U S E livestock dealer. Mech. 779-4494. . lower. Ph. C4-1-9375. The Mlddletown Sale Birn operates ? '™' , U|> l )t ' r1 "S at & , w , a , 1 » cl w fl i>1! : every Friday at 7 P.M. Wt special.: 18 ' froiujwrch. No pels. 418 W.^n. ize in feeder pigs and calves direct 'EXTRA NICE. :f ROOMS & BATH, j Range from the farm. Ph. 354-2393 or.NEWLY DEC. ALL UTILS. FURN.,i"els. Mech. 779-4494 for a truck or buyer ' Fairnhfld & Pope. 45-Pets For sale, purebred seal point Siamese kittens. Ph. 378-7654. J. & J. AQUARIUM Tropical fish & plants AKC Poodle pups, mixed puppies. Baby Parakeets. Cockatiels POODLE GROOMING 1010 WEST 6TH ST. PH. 644-6584 , Guide Lamp, these brand new du-:62-4090. Heat, stove, ref. furn. plexes are just finishing up. Two " Reg. Plott Coonhound. 1 yr7 old. Mgh^pedigree. Inq. 2303 Fairview. Siamese female cat, good for breed- REAS. INQ. 2406 FLETCHER. "EXTRA NICE" AI.IIAMBRA. Completely conditioned. 2 BR, J'j Cer. Baihs, ,6 large closets, carpet & drapes, furn.,Complete Built-m Kitchen. Rei. & °' 1(l ' 'F r e e 2 e i. Disposal. Dishwasher, i Hood. All Formica Cab- Ratio & Intercom. Private Patio. Large Hi by 26 Garage with Automatic Door. Laundry Facilities. Adults only. Chas. Hollon 614-1618 or 614-8851. On tamper Lane, Just Private south of;"' Ikini ___ lower 3 rms., ulil furn., distance of Remys. Ph. MUSUII Apartments bedrooms, lovely living rooms and kitchens, tile baths, air conditioning, garages. Many other extras. Two-bedroom deluxe apt. Appll- They are absolutely private each ances, air-conditioning storage and one with its own Ironl and bach i garage. No children and no pets. door. Call JS125 a month^JPh. 644-8502 _ Three rooms and bath. Stove, re- . , Sarah Boyd AfienCV fngerator, heat and hot water furn- 0 ' lis'ied. Kopp Building. Ph. 642-2470. PH. 644-4453 ng. Doberman Pinscher puppies. E 1 i-iwater. stove and gible for registration. Colonel i isheti. Phone 644-6071. Hull. Slimmitville 536-2391. | - - -- Jeg^KC>l>pis.'Boston terriers; i^S^ afterT' ""' _!choice 'Mod" V Big Rms Closets bath. HeatJBath Adults All b'til Ref Exch -lifrigeralor furn-.Ideal 921 \\' 8th Clean. Refrigerator, stnve and ;U1 utilities furnished Adults only, no animals. 1213 E. 2,-ird. Ph. 64H-4756. Ph. Cambridge Continental Walnut piano ?699 ?«9 3 Westbrook spinets French Provin.. Early Amer. Continental walnut ?A59 Each Wurlitzer spinets __?485 4 up Lowry organ $450 'H. 643-8864. leg. German Shepherd, female, 234 \V. Menden Ave., Ingalls. Ph. 4854190. AKC wire haired terriers. 8 wks., beautiful white hair, ideal house Used Hammond Organ $995 ^,° eposit wlU hold - Ph ' Munc " Wurlitzer console pianos $585 & up BgAGLE PUPPIES, 7 WKS. OLD Wurlitzer Electronic Apt. size piano ?399 Used Tom-Thumb Apt. size piano ?250 Upright piano ?175 Upright piano ?150 JOE'S RECORD and MTJSIC SHOP 1240 MEHIDIAN PHONE 643-7456 EVENINGS OR SUNDAYS CALL Larry Mechem 643.8481 GAS RANGE, S25. PHONE 644-1533. Super flame gas space heater, 70. 000 BTU, fully automatic, 1 yr, old, ;everal gas cook stoves. Ph. 643-6024 Lg. Comb, refrigerator - freezer, like new. Lamp tables S: Coffee table to match. G. E. Cannister sweeper. Call 644-7416 days or Inq. 1027 Fletcher evenings. Mr. and Mrs. Chairs and Ottoman Special price $149.95 LUTZ FURNITURE 638-639 Meridian Phone 642-6569 Parking on no-th side o£ store SINGER ZIG-ZAG $36.23 Full Price Need responsible party to make six payments of SO.04 per month. Good condition. Beautilul walnut cabinet, s machine makes fancy designs sews on buttons, makes buttonholes, blind hems sku-ts, : osrams, appliques, darns, satin, 1000 pi etc ], er g t . stitches, all without attachments. Call 643.6334. Pekingese Poodles and Chihuahuas! -"-acolurnbus Ave. J209* W. 6th - upstairs, adults only; NEWL y DECORATED APART. I Beautfful AKC'Sibefian Huskies Chi 4j-oom & bath .642.5117. MENT IN EBERHARDT APT. bloodlines. Reds, blacks and erays'7 RM APT LOCATED 1527 MER- OVER FIRESTONE. APPLY APT. available. 378-5111. _ ilDIAN. HEAS. 642-4218. __ 204 1412 MERIDIAN. " 3VnTsV.~air"utils.r ht.,"stove jTrefrlgJa bedroom — carpet, stove & ref.. furn. upstairs. 926 W. 5th St. An-iceramic bath, carport, all utilities AKC Silver Poodle pups, excellent quality. Ph. 643-0910. Dalmatian, puppies, pure bred. Mechanicsburg 779-4655. OBEDIENCE TRAIN YODR DOG. All breeds 642-4462 or 378-3900. Raje tropical fish, also fancy Guppies. 25c & up. 1821 Charles St., off 109 By-Pass. AKC reg. Toy Pekingese pups and stud service. Ph. 643-9183. White toy poodle stud service. Good pedigree. Ph. 643-0137. PIANO TUNING, 14 YEARS EX PERIENCE. PH. 378-5786. New piano, full 88 note, 5495. Free bench included. JOHNSON ORGAN & PIANO SALES. 2600 Broadway. 37—Building Materials PLANNING ON REMODELING? LET US HELP YOU PLAN. BUILD AND FINANCE. Sailing Lumber Co. 215 Jackson Ph. 643-3337 38-Fuel, Coal, Oil Pure Heating Oil. Roy Willis, Dist. 1720 PEARL PH. 644-6689 ELECTRIC GAS & OIL HEATING AND AIR- CONDITIONING WE BUY & SELL USED FURN, APPLIANCES — ANTIQUES Mudd's Used Furniture 1434 Main St. Ph. 644-1433 MUST SELL 1965 SINGER IN BEAUTIFUL WALNUT CABINET. FULLY Dishes: antiques: misc.: clothing. including large size dresses and uni-, "--rjp--„„- TT> " 7IG-ZAG forms; also baby clothes. 2203; ggJ^f^Sl A KE MANY FAN- Broadway. j CY DESIGNS. USED VERY Rummage daily tiU Sat. Sept. 3. Be- j LITTLE. FOR WICK. hind N. Anderson Drive In Theater. I S35.00 OR 9 PAYMENTS OF IEACH PHONfcj fa4i"Uol i. Nice clothes & misc. Mon. ""-* ^ 8-5. 1G17 S. Edgewood Dr. EVERYBODY'S OIL 39—Flowers and Plants 1967 riding lawn mowers, now, get free snow plow. Siamese Kittens — 6 wks. old. Ph. 643-8109. derson. Ph. 378-7840. after 9 A.M. 3-ROOM, utils. furn. Adults. 2106 Noble. Ph. 643-1398. 2 — 3 rm. & bath apts. 1 — upper, util. furn., range & refrig. furn. 1 — Garage apt., kitchen furn., also gas & water. Adults only. No pets. 2229 Chase or Ph. 642-4597. SIAMESE KITTENS .New shipment trop double, 4 rms. & bath, nicely dec., yard. Sm. family. 642-7927. BILBREY APTS. 2 bdrm. all electric apartment. Swimming and recreation facilities avajl. 5120 per mo., water included. Ph. 642-8677. , except elect. S125. Ph. 644-3281. "FURNISHED OR "UNFURNISHED" APTS. 1-2 BEDROOM. PH. 643-0022 OR 644-7974. Madison Ridge Apts. Located north side of Community Hospital. 1 & 2 bedroom, all utilities except electricity. Carpeted. air - conditioned, laundry facilities, ample parking, city bus service. Model open 11:31 A.M. lo 7:30 P.M. Rentals start at 199.50. 1801 N. Madison Ave. Ph. 644-3281 48—Houses For Rent 3 rms. & bath, heat, water, gas. 1643-5654. refrig. furn. 20 W. 22nd. S45. ~ 643- _[5 rooms. SOT W. 3rd. $60 per month. rig. f -6993. KINGSTON GREEN APARTMENTS \Z bdrm. brick house, attached garage. S80. 643-7866. POODLE STUD SERVICE DOG GROOMING—ANY BREED Westside Aquarium 2 bdrm. L.R. with carpet, drapes, fireplace, den, bsmt. 2-car gar. 2304 Highland Ave. $125 mo. 644-8066 Now available two bedroom apart-I !i double 3 rms. gas ht. 530'a ments; Wall to wall carpeting; Hot-! W<*xUa w " Dr. E, point kitchens; Central air condi- Lovely 5 rm. half of double. Carpel- tioning. FROM $112.50 Corner 10th!j rlRp drapes, stove, refrigerator " and Lennox St. Call 644-0404. 5pen 6 days 10-9 627 LOUISE Sunday 10-7 PH. 642-9557 room apt. Gas heated. In Parkl_ Place, on ground level. Near An- 5 rm. ?erman Shepherd stud service, If you want extra large puppies use Adolph for stud. 115 Ibs. 234 W. Menden Ave., Ingalls. 485-4190. derson College area. Tenant must provide good references and have steady employment. ,, L L ^ I yard Pendleton "School Dist. $120 3 room, second floor apt., with bath, ^o Ph 644-1480 in brick building. Near T-""e fal 1"" f 46-Apartments—Furnished Lower. 3 rooms, private bath and entrance. AH util. paid. Adults. 3190. 644- and kitchen. Large fenced-in back endleton 644-1480. Scho'ol" IV Rent 1 s 1 ,'"|i2.5'o"*weeiciy! Also|ror Lease: Like new ' 2-bedroont requires good references and steadyjhome on 32, near Lapel. On br.s employment. 'line. Gas-fired hot-water heat. Adults. No children under 12. Rcli- 5 room, second floor apt. tn brick able reference required. Ph. Lapel building. Renting lor $20 weekly. 1 534-4154. ________ 5 RM. APT., FURNISHED. 1718 MERIDIAN. i room garage apt., nicely furn tfater furn. $12 wk. Ph. &M-6421. bath, upper. Pvt, entr. , ?GO. Ph. 644-2384. Daloville. Upstairs, .1 rooms and bath, Utls. pd. $15 wk. No pets. Ph. 378-7972. Large 3 room apt. Newly decorated, Large walk-in closets. TV antenna. PH. 644-8598. 3 rm. lower apt., private enlr. nice front porch. 1928 Jackson. Ins. 2002 Meridian. Ph. 642-1687. Bachelor apt., everything furnished. Inq. 2303 Fairview. Small apt. Call G43-6368. 3 rms. & bath, nice and clean, mid' die aged couple desired. Utllitie; Order| rurn- 2602 ChasVst Garden Center, St. Rd.* 9 South. 40—Fruits and Vegetables 3 rms. lower, newly decorated, util. & garage furn. $22 wk. 424 W. llth St. Ph. 642-1766. posal. basement and garage. 929 W. 8th. Ph. 644-6366 after 5 P.M. basement. Inq. 2303 Fairview. all modern, gas furnace, 3 BEDROOMS, large living room Near E_ast boundary of business dis-.^ bedroom and possibly 3 for rent. s -'.'Northwest Ph. 642-6492 before 11 AM. trict. Good references employment. 3-BEDROOM HOUSE. PH. 643'9884. JOHN M. ROCK IfBJSJTHJT. W-JS^in'SvmrToo^'Lnd dining room. 3 rms. & batii. private entrance. ^2 car garage. Near school. Lease Couple only. Close to_bus line. lo-j$loo. (Rent $110). Call 6434174 : cated at 2009 George Si. Inquire at [ 2005^2 George St. after 5 P.M. 3 rm., heat, water furn. Lady or ULL,! j — — ---- T— ., , . r MON- Canning tomatoes — Pick your own, )g em preferred. $14 wk. 1016 E. 26th. Ib. Bring your own containers.! : ——-^— 1 mi. east of Fortvffle on 67 -i; o , rm .f.- , s r,, 1> i st ™^ Come to sign. . .--- P ' 'Are you using the laundromats? You can own SPECIAL Large freezer type sweet corn. Has $1.25 Yd. & U ^;R um mage sale at 1201 Louise St. wafihe"r"a"nd~dryer"for '$2.50 per week|fo""d"oz""6r~more. -------- ' L MARVIN'S DISCOUNT FABBICS Fri., Sat. & Mon First house north of Mitchell Motors on 109 Bypass. ~~~ Good Rummage to Z. 2118 Costello Dr. Ail we!. J'ULLER BRUSH CO., 642-2378 foi appointment. Mult! • million dollar expansion program has created immediate openings in production work at RCA in Marion, Ind, Excellent fringe benefits clude: Paid insurance Paid holidays Piiid vacations. Retirement program Apply at the RCA employment office, 3301 S. Adams, Marion, Ind. Interviewing hours, Monday thru Triday 8 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. Radio Corporation Of America An Equal Opportunity Employer, M&F 1325 E. 10TH ST. 20-FT. Upright Freezer, Like new Holds 650 Ibs. CHEAP. Open Daily 9 to 9 Ph. fii).R970 A. L. Brewster Plywood Jus! Arrived 2(100 sheets Birch pan- cling 54.95 2801 St. Rd. ON Open 8.8 pn. 644-11140 Copying Machines Copies anything that the eye can see. Free Demonstrations. MILLER I1UGGINS INC. Right on Meridian at 1212 25—Agents and Salesmen IMMEDIATE OPENINGS FOUR M) MEN THREE Cil WOMEN M.irrlcrl. or Knoel and slcady. and used to makinc nvcr.-ific Kcckl.y oarninfis. Chance for advancement. 1ml. not too much or too HOOII. Call FRANK KRALL'S Pre-Owned Bargains 23" SWIVEL BASE MOTOROLA. 2-YEARS OLD, WALNUT $139.95 W.T. FOR HOUSEWARES THAN STAR CHINA 9TH & MAIN everything tram iJS *££",£„ 3 Rooms and bath, private; or sleeping rms. Adults. 1618 W. 14th, _. - -.„„.«,.. ....... ..„ — — .NICE, 3-ROOM, kitchenette. HeaT RCA Whirlpool!been irrigated. Special prices onjutils. furn. Close in, private. Adults. „.„.. ._r $2.50 per week 10 doz. or more. If you are tired|p n . 642-8892. T & « SERVICE & SALES [of junk and hard corn.__try_ours.' " " " m. vwr VATfivi"' 2 RMS - PVT - BATH & E NTR. GEN- VtAj. fAKiVl ITLEMAN. PH.643-9884. Assume payments or pay balance, on small spinet piano, excellent con-: dition. Ph. 642-9582. PERFECTION~PAiNT HEADQUARTERS Guaranteed one-coat products Interior and Exterior Paint.-i From $3.-!!) to S7.0B Per Gal. WESTERN AUTO Chesterfield Shopping Center Moving away, household furniture &• rummage sale. Fri., Sat. & Sun. 3904 Elmway Dr., Meadowbrook, jAlmost new Teen age school dress- les. sizes 10-12- Almost new coats, d winter. Other articles too >us to mention. 2016 Fletcher, Lg. & sm. dresses, men's suits, shirts, pants & misc. 2002 Arrow. 31A-Cfothing, Shoes MEN'S WORK PANTS—49c MEN'S WORK SHIRTS—39c Army Surplus Outlet H2.T ^Meridian—Opp. Courthouse 32—Household Goods Carter Paints 2 gallons only $6.98 . Interior flat or house paint. Also value prices on complete line of interior • exterior enamel, varnish, brushes and accessories. Mary Carter Paints 2806 Nichol Ave. State Rd. 32 West Next to Marsh-Tarns PH. 844-1944 il 14' COLDSPOT REFRIGERATOR WITH ZERO DEGREE FREEZER $ 79.05 W.T. KRANK KRAI.I. APPLIANCES .'(0^5 East Lynn St. Ph. fi^-4542 "HELP" WANTED"! " T need customers lo buy our ox-, eel lent inventory of repossessed T.V.'s, Call Roil at H. K. GOODRICH 6<!4-nii21. TV"*Acrials.~$5."fl5;"L 1 Cad.iirwircr:)ri 2" thick. 42" wide, lengths. Bill Groen. 642-6522. WHEEL HORSE 'hone t OPPORTUNITY FOR GOOD SALESMAN rnlllniilrd income for qualified ].;!' •M'lan. Liberal commission pi'J.s ai 1 (i'l.itc drawing allowance. F o r l:ur,c ((cvclajicv and Imildev. H yuu fire satisfied with less than $10,000 per year, don't write a brief resume of experience to R&H Box 3461. All Inquiries confidential. 26-Situations Wanted Smihhinfi & cleaning. Kspecfally laundromats & offices. Write B&H »ox 3.172. __ _ miMP~TlfuCK' hauling. Kravcl," cllrl A iical, anylhiiiR. Ph. (M.1.0J77. ISONINOS WANTED." M-l.702'1 i AVAILABLE NOW •UNFINISHED PlfTUHK FRAMES FHOM 8" X 0" TO 24" X Jti" 'Poland's 1229 Mer. ~Go"C«irrPh7643-8i95r Oval hraided rue. 11x12; buggy; high chnlr; jumper; maternity clothes. Ph. 64.1.1000. Lady'o roller skates, size 5, $8. High chair $8. Baby bed $2!. Lame stereo tape recorder $100. 2 con ncctlno booths with tables $100. Call 6-14-7IM after 4 P.M._ TV~ tubes with caddy. Jackson tubo tester; test cquiumcnt uud misc. parts. 16,1!) W. 8th after 1 P.M. In ines Wanted Fast Srrvirp Ph. M2-H.179 prices. Just say "CHARGE IT". Implement Service K._ 10TH & RANGEL1NE_ RD. 29A-Sports, Boats, Motors" 1ft ft. Cri.scraft mhoard nmatjyul & trailer. SfiOO. 520 Vasbinder Di Chesterfield. JonNSO N "MOTORS* STAI1CRAKT I10ATS. CANOES. CASlPING TIIAILERS. SAIL BOATS. BOAT TRAILERS AND PHICE ON SOME MODELS. PIONEKH CH. SAWS. TERMS. GENE & BROWNIE fi27 Mcr. S!. Phone Ovll-(W(m IflfiG Stopover." used"onceriO^/t $593 Ph njo-Tn? Large refrigerator-freezer, like new. 2 walnut drum tables, coffee table, maple deacons bench. Ph. S4-)-74!(i weete days or Inq. 1927 Fletcher evenings. _ _ WE RENT SWEEPERS 50c A WEEK AND UP H. DUANE SWEEPER 13 West 8th St. Phone 6J3-8535 Kelley's New & Used Furniture 1225 Meridian SEE OUR NKW RUGS NICE COLORS & PATTERNS fl\12 Axniirihtcr. 1 ! & Twcnd^— S2H 05 — $19.9S Liiioxcd Il;ick fir Konm Pad attc'd. 12x12 — S'tA S5 — 12 x 15 - .151.9$ Linoleum RURS 9x12, 3x15. 12x12. 12x15. M.0!» up One used e!ec. range. Uaeil dryers -r gas or elec. Used wringer washers. One color television — repo. One demo, black & white TV. HOOSIER MAYTAG 100 By-Pass. Next to Don's 644-1210J" Wanted to buy — Rood clean furniture and appliances. COX FURNITURE 810 Pendleton Ave. Ph. 6-12.2233 3 COMPLETE ROOMS OF FURNITURE S366.00 ROGERS FINE FURNITURE 411 Pendleton Ave. 643-03 NORTH ON 9 TO 128, EAST ON, 2 BEDROOM APT 2 — GENTLE- 128 FIVE MILES. OR NORTH ON: MEN PH 643-9884 1-69 TO FRANKTON EXIT. THEN — . i ™rt c- WTTST Ipendleton apt. 3 Ig. rooms with 5 l_MU.t_Wi.slL , walk , n clos( , lSi UU1 [urn ph 17B _ Spanish onions, yellow or \vhite,'2749 any amount. $15c 11). 4704 Main or 4824 Main St. I Plush 2 bedroom mobile home, carport and utility storage. All utilities turn. Adults preferred. S35 per week. Ph. 'M8-215B Pend. or 641- HOME GROWN Tomatoes—Corn. ^ Green Beans-Peppers '^^'^ r ~ iroa ,-^ t ^- f ^ Cucumbers WHERE THE BUYS ARE! 3 BIG FLOORS OF EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME ASHTON VEG. FARM nets. Completely furn. Adults only. 525 wk. or S1IIO mo. 64M497 Three iRe. room. 1 :, bath, private en- Irance. Ph. ti-54-9ri7!i T rmp. upper with ba'h. nicely furn., I-on TO >RANKTON EXIT, THEN <" s n(!at & , w " ter '"!'"•• sir-cond.. 1 MILE WEST ifenceri m back yard, fiarace, at 11412'a Arrow Ave. Would penult 1 sm. child. Ref. req. Ph. 64.1.9W1. CLOSSER ORCHARDS ' Furn , she led apt. at Vicker's Apt. 5135 Apples, corn, tomatoes & squash. Pf£_ month. 2003_E j _ 7th. 644-6084. N. of Cross St. Rd. on Hamilton Rd.j] Deck's" free "rent ff you" can qiinl- -___ ----- „ ; jf y _ ;j room s a n d bath, .'l room s 41— Farm Supplies [down anri rt rooms up, with bath. — ---- ..... ---- _- Xjcc location and neighbors. Near Smiley Post building is designed, Guide. See Clyde Rohbin.s. 270;i HIGH QUALITY EASY TERMS OR 120 DAYS SAME AS CASK FURNITURE WAREHOUSE SALES 1520 MERIDIAN FREE PARKING: PH. 64V6564 ; . Oncn evenings til tj—Mon. Fri. til D. \ r Iplanned and engineered to your .spe LOW PRICES' C '^' C ncef l fi . Smiley Post Buildings. TOWER APTS. iise sectional couch. B o o ri exlra Rood cond. $85. Ph. li!9-lSffii. ; hiRli sides LEMON'S ' " " 1J " P. O. Box :iS9, Peru. Indiana. Phone «MOfl3. —^ uewlv furnished and unfurnished 2-28' x 48' Iloncqgcr sccnon type; , s • E]cvalm - service. All utilities poultry houses with HI' x 1-T feed ])ak |. Call: II. T. Gcismccr. 643-2527 rooms atth. Would make (me far. c ,, „ & j., ckscm rowinR houses or machine -vheds. -- -— One 41' VikinR* elevator wnh tt HP AUraclive, newly riccoraleri, clean iWisconsin motor, used 2 yrs, like ^ all pi'ivalc. Near Reiny. Adults 1 McCurdy corn dnic wilh only. Ph. 612-65S9. Clinlon motor in excellent cond ' .* I Hat bod ivacon. lic hoists S- urn- are painleri red NF.W SUPPLY ^Cabinet Bases — Wall cabts. — [Sletal Kitchen Cabinets . ' Wardrobes, all sizes Si lypcs . .... S12.!I5 up New cnh it Mallress, l ieai Arro , comp $'.!2.!)5 Used Klectric or Gas ! Ranges, Good cor.dmon New Oiesls. Walnut or Maple $31.05 Used DlneMcs - - SM.9. r > up New Hcdrootn Suites $99.95 up NEW k USED r'CllXlTIIRE BUY. SELL it TRADE I8TH i ARROW AVE. 014-0631 ( WE"B'UY—SELI^OR'TRADE ~ ; USED FURNITURF ....... Wllltcy SllOW FllrnitUrC !biirBj hydra Beds - - - Nrwcll C M.iraarl. 2 mi. S.E. o( 2-ROOM Efficiency. Utils furn. 300 Lapel. Ph. 5n-|.:«i7- __ ."lock w. i2ih. Ph. fii:i.772«. BALBOA liYlv .2 ROOMS & BATH, Cl.OSK JN CALL . r >:u-l. r i7-l . 'ADULTS ONLY. PM. 61.1-7170 "hole 'John Dccrc~vheat -'-Hooni mod , furn.. clean. Idea d conil. Ph. Mechanics- location. Adulls. ;n2(l .Meridian " " STOP IN AND SEE THE FABULOUS "TOWNHOUSE" APARTMENTS MODEL OPEN Sat. Aug. 27— 2-7 p.m. Sun., Aug. 28— 2-7 p.m. $100. -. Ijedroom brick. Nice built-ins. Carpeted living room. dble. garage. . Ph. 643-7_119. 2 rm. furnished house nice and clean, utilities furn., no children, nets or drunks. References required 2133 E. 4th. Call 643-9634 after ( 4 P.M. i FOR LEASE: 3-Bedroom, living Iroom. large kitchen with built-in 'oven 2 baths, double garage and a nice, large lot. $150 Per month. 617 Hillside Drive. HOLLIS BLAIR REAL ESTATE & BLDG. Ph. 643-0330 3 rm house, 'close to Emge. Accept :hild. Ph. 642-0474. per New carpet. Reference [required. Call 642-0961. Mon, Aug 29—6-8 p.m. ;l cM.^L^!:"™ Furnished house for rent, S Weekly Hours 9-5 ' ' ~ TTATTnV T nTTMl- A T •'» days free rent in the finest hotels JCjlNJUX LjlVirs'J Al ]n lhe wor ) d p iu s expenses. Visit m -BI^CT n TT T3i mlr " [flMS in Greenbriar ParX and -bUjol. U U riilearn how yon can have this un- HEATED SWIM- UiuaI NTOi! I K2 y iioMEs INC. MING POOL IS T_. „. T ^ T ^ T Tr-.T-»r-i TTtrilv modern and private. On bus line. BEING USED B YJAdults only. _2527 Brmvn. ________ _ TT-TT7 1 UAT3DV TTTTVT ! Tor l easc or s "- le °" ™" tract by lillli rlArri lUiLx- owne r nice 2 bedroom home. we.n. ANTS OF HILLTOPlSjrtiih'Vc'S." i&T*&,i bl r£ " TO WNHOUSES. " i :Ssn t naS" P monSy pS £['*& Ion bus line Call for appointment _ . . . | after -1 P.M. B«-15«l- _ __ Enjoy the sun deck, . padpERT^MANAGBiENT? Local or out-of-tnwn owners. Let us handle your commercial or residential properly on a professional basis. Call. I'.U.l, ALAT/A I'll. fil.v.>:M3 more too \vnen you ; - -'— - -- : ----------- -— — — ' the ref resiling elect r waters. AH this and move lo 'H i 1 1 t o p ''Townshouse Apartments." FEATURES 4-acres. on Hi^lnvay 67. 2 HI foot frontafic. fi50 feet deep. Across from Hod Brick Inn. Large enough for any business. ROGERS FINE FURNITURE 411 Pendleton Ave. 643-0:128 1. Luxurious \Vall-ToAVall Carpeting 2. Large Bedrooms 3. I 1 . Baths •1. G. E. AppHant-cs Rcfrigerator Hangp Automatic Dihhwashcr S. His and Her rlnsris fi. ronnniinity RuildinR B. Off Slicct P;irkm« P. I,;nmit!-y Km-ililics In. Sound Conflilitmrd • Excellent land for business develop" ment. Zrweri B-2 with all public : utilities available. From 3 acres to ' BO acrop, located North, south, we^t or 'inwiitown. Also, \vill build to suit 1 tenant. I1AKTKR URBAN REAL ESTATR 1037 Meridian PO Box 1153 1 Ph. 64.1*7454 Xonprt ":;fiv4r>" hioL-k birfc "12" M. ccti- itiL-> L'n- hc;u r\f'-nont rflpair. Price $7. r )iK) Ph tU.|-74flS MERRILL MILLS 50-Rooms With Board n..;ird "A l«»"!i fru rlrirrly _(-rn!lr : hli'irrly people Ph. CAMPER — FITS n FT. BED. PH. 643-3780, Apt.-Kl/.e cas stove. roiich, loots, yard . Kriplrlairc, tools. Priced teas, 2,1 IT) Cryslal. Ph. M,'{-52,'{9. Ta Chcv. <l-Rpd. Irans., fits mosl K'hpvios and mosl Pontlnrs 721-itRO !|7 ft. Clppcr Craft ski bout, . Mercury motor lilc top, many 724-.1180. "CAMPKn. SLKK.PR" -i OFK : GHOUND. $150. PH. (t-12-RnOR. j IS ft. Travel trailer. Alt mebit, new tiros, new paint, $-150. Ph. 6M*.'tt77. , ifi~Fr~ificn-nfly"tiijpr(ii«.ss \ m: \i wiihj 75 H.P. Johnson Klct-lrninalic miv lor, in Willow ncl. Ph. (MZ.ftliK. Used Chairs — Jleclincrs, Rockers, LOUUKC. Oc- ciismnnl or TV New Davenport &t Chair Nylon covers ... . $ 3.9S Up $169.% motor convertl-ivisit our user! depnrtinent for bar- other aeccssoriCbJff.-iin.s in all types of furniture, also [look over our liettcr used sofas ft lliles -- some like new. KREE DELIVERY KELLEY'S BUDGET STORE UEOC( washers, dryers, refrigerators — Completely reconditioned. Ph. 6M-485SJ . RYE FOR SALE $1.75 bn. Hoi) Guam 770- eds only. Cloan n college. Call alter rm.a]il. ettle IVn („','• Hilltop is reaily the better livnin yo imm I.a Heady J. D, Rich Appliance 22nd SEED WHEAT All" iiils.~'pri.~~I.oc. ?V 2n:i . Inq. 316 W. fliti. Lady or Most varieties still available. Order 55- i> borirooir. mr.hile home lor rent. WK BUY, SEL Used furniture and Antiques MA YES USED FU11N1TI1KE 2305 Cedar. Fcmllcton Avc. 642-3600 CLOSED MONDAYS 33-TV-Radio Solos, Service WAYNE - A.-1'IIEASIS-AUCTIliN. KEIt k FARM EQUII'MI'.NT DKAI.ER. new Short Line RCA "Low" Boy color TV, l,»l<;! pnl ' lt °" lodot. Rnod color. Original price .. dealer. 1 mile North of KlllhucH IK'.it & wat. turn. Ph. Lapel 534-3625 \""2,~3~ltobM ~APTS.""AI,lI~UTiLT TIES. 87 UP. r, EAST 13TH. W II E R E ft;;"^, S'tKi. Now only S150 W.T. Don Raihlc AVC - ... 21 in. Cloud S.12.511 c U 1 m oriel TV nn I HIT Siicrifico . »:,!>, Avr. /KNITM. 2.1" TV. Line Hoad. 642.5200. 47-Aporlmontj-Unfurnished Ivi-ry (icsirahle upper :i room apart-' Itnent. ion. 1 ) Urondwiiy. | Write' r i . . HID 11 ' i a ' l irnlr(". ^ILW lion'i's'' ii'siiil*. I sml - '""• end hack porch, KaraRC. Ice. yard vcr dental cold, diamonds. ll.iriHn ade DI- small hah. 1 .'. have, k IMIsrr. Inr. ,i:t E. llth SI. references. SH.V I'll (ij^MR? > 42-Wanted To Buy Main St.. Anticr Art r,,.-,,; S . Fred Klein. LIVE "LIFE" BEGINS THE DAY YOU MOVE IN. STERLING DEVELOPMENT INC. Kenneth Lewis Realtor Leasing Agenls. Phone ()44-(ifilB li-IL'-KM. lly people. • 51-Rooms Without Board tranc< ,nly. 1M5 W Htli. Slecpinp im Inr in.lii. !'>•(. Mill'.. h,,l!i Nc.1l Plant 10. IM3-3023. SlrcpiiT room in lt(-aiitifiil privaiu luitr.c. ilUMiiCkS man, .12!) W. lllh. Fxtra nic'c rnotn U Ith radio, maid service, pv't. cnlr. IS! W. 9lh. Weekly"* Monthly rales sil and $:I7 f.0 up. Steam heat, elevator, color TV in the l»l>li.v CKNTRAI. HOTKI.. Kill K. 9lh. SI.KKrlNf! HOOM. .121 W, I1TII. 52-Miseellancous For Rent Km icnl 1 c.iliiK'-!. ill llth 1 flr-t.

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