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I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1967 Share Market Again Weakens NEW YORK (AP) - For thi third straight session, mon stocks fell than rose Friday and the stock market made i absolutely clear that it was correcting the big advance ol January. Trading was quite ac tfve. Volume was 8.54 million shares compared with 8.49 million Thursday. The Dow Jones industrial average lost .72 to 850.84. This was decidedly below the intra-day recovery peak of about 866 reached last week. The penetration into the resistance area between 860 and 900, however, met with road blocks in the form of stock for sale, as many analysts had expected. The background of news was uot calculated to launch a new buying wave. Industrial production and new orders for durable goods were down sharply. Of 1,446 issues traded, 521 rose and 684 fell. New highs for 1966-67 totaled 42 and there were three new lows. The New York Stock Exchange index was unchanged at $48.09. Eight of the 15 most active issues rose and six fell with Kroger unchanged at 24%. A block of 60,000 shares boosted Kroger into the most-active list. Universal Oil Products, second most active, was down .ocal Livestock Market Prices From Emge's HOGS STEADY Ibs. - -..18.75-19.50 2S>0-300 Ibs. 16.25-18.25 »<> ws — 16.25 down 'Oars ..13.15-14.15 CATTLE STEADY 'h. steers & heifers 22.50-24.50 Chicago Grain CHICAGO <UPI)-Cora and rye were fractionally higher, soybeans mixed, wheat fractionally lower and oaU Irregularly higher at the clow Friday on the Chicago Board of Trade. Cora was unchanged to up %; rye up ^n to 34; soybeans off •>& to up U; wheat unchanged to off % and oats up "i to m. Corn was higher most of the day. liquidation of March diminished Floor traders bought actively. Doxvnstate house Hit March and May. Export houses THE ANDERSON HERALD New York Stock Closings B MOST ACTIVE STOC'KH NEW YORK (UP!) - The 15 most ..._ active stocks trade on the New YorkGtAP UOa Grand U .60 OrantW 1.10 Stock Exchange Friday. Sperry Hand 'ows 1200-1400' Wheat W1 " nrnwr aficr slippinfi fwm j ~ J.U.UU-£U.UV .pod steers & heifers 21.00-23.50 LOCAL GRAIN MARKET The price will vary within le area due to freight rates: tat 1.49 eans 2.72 tielled corn, 56 Ibs 1.24 lar corn, 70 Ibs 1.19 lew oats _ 72 Soybeans weakened after atartinf high, or. Some commercials bought early tongs evened up. There was spreading IR. between March and May. ' Oats were higher. Trade was light. Klevaiors bought March. Some bought Muncie Livestock HOGS STEADY 00-230 Ibs. __________ 19.50-20.00 50-280 Ibs. . ......... 17.50-19.50 . 188.300 Unlv Oil Prod 134.900 122.000 118,200 Gen Develop 103.000 1.900 SCM Cor» „. 97.200 95,1500 91.700 89.600 87,300 83.900 Clou Chi. ie if Co* Anipe* Tex Gulf Sulph 6GH 21 li a 10 2414 73!'. 49 8 n J7',t 54 19ft 19W 19% ... MNorPip l GINorRwy 3 C i, U hlir m I.IIIIDUC i.p 77.400 7J.300 107!4 -2l» S!V« + % M.iy against July sales. Rye was quiet. The Range: Open Hl(b Low Close rrev. WHEAT Mar 1.66H 1.67 1.66 1 66li 1.661 May 1.701i UOli 1.69 1.691& 1.69V Jul 1.68 1.68 1.6Wi 1.66H 1.67', Sep 1.70 1 7011 1.69 1.691J.' 1.691i Dec 1.7514 117514 1.7414 1.7414 1.741, COR.N Mar 1.37M 1.3714 l.Sfii 1.36T, 1.3654 1.4014 1.40M 1 3WS 1.39'/. 1.39?i . . . . 1.4251 1.42ft 1 42V4 1.42>/t 1.421S Ibs 16.50-17.50 S y 00-350 Ibs 15.50-16.50! sep oughs 350 down _._.16.25-16.50 ~ oughs 350-450 Ibs. _. 15.75-16.00 May Jul Sep 1.4014 1.4014 1.39V, 1.39S 1.39T4 Dec 1.3314 1.33» 1.3254 1.33 1.32./, OATS .7014 .69« MA .6954 .7114 .7114 .71% .7 .7054 .7014 .70V4 Mar now JONES AVERAGES NKW YORK UIPD-Dow Jonei clMing .. i.eoa —ll-j I CreellGt .80 - ij Creyhd Cp 1 r.rumman 1 Gulf Mo 2.60 Gulf 011 2.20 HamPap .90 HeelaM 1.20 Here In 25b Hcrshy .90s HerlzCp 1 20 Hess Oil 30 Heublin 1.20 Hewitt P .20 HiltonHfltl 1 ... 148 3TO 33?t 33',] -. 20 37 ? 4 37 37' H— Ms 19 58K W t 5814— *H 185 13 64 49li 22 33 Kt 20! SUp Oil 1.40 Swift & Co 2 57 3H'« WK 311H 4ti 13-1 132', KIJi; . 26 51 50!i SOii- 48 13 Teledym > H Ill-mice '« Teva™ TexKTr 11 72 lntl 51 ranee of averages: Hoft Klectn Storks Open lll|b Low Clone Chj. I Homest JOg .Winds 851.84 850.35 815.81 850.B4-0.72 l Honj%vl 1.10 20 Rails 230.39 231.89 229.22 230.34—0 20]Hooker 1.40 15 Utils 138 52 139..38 137.53 138.13-0.51 HooverBB 1 65 Stock 306.68 308.46 304.71 30B.34-0.39'HousLtPw 1 Transactions in stocks used in averages Howinet 1 55?'* 71'.. 166 641', <3K —H II 2 341, 33»1 20 48'•> 47*4 48 47-% 471K 2 42 42 113 27>i 26?, 23 4414 44 33 571i 37'i 25 2(1 I9''i( 64 " 26U- '•' 42 — -\ 44 _ i ST'.if ' 'llVMnj.tr .«> •ITesl'l. .3*1 iTeMHil 1.41 ijTexIrnn 1.30 ; <iThiok(il .inb Tidi'OI l.lob Tiiukeii I.HO TraneCo s Tninsilr.nn t '71% 71 May .74^4 .7 1.19 uw i.i8y4 i lay. i.n 1.23 1.23V4 1.225S i 2256 1.1 1.25V4 1.25!4 1.2514 1.25(4 1.2 1.28(4 1.281,4 1.28 1.2854 1 2 1.3H4 1.32(5 1.3154 1.32(4 1'3 oughs 450 Ibs. up ..15.25 down Boars 14.25-15.25 sip CATTLE STEADY "MYBEANS Choice steers 23.75-25.00 M ar 2.8814 2.88% 2.87 2.87« 2.87 2.87 2.87 2.85% 2 8614 2.86 2.84?} 2.84T4 2.841i 28414 2.84 2.8114 2.81VJ 2.8] 2.7751 2.7714 271 2.76 2.76 2'7! 2.791-; 2.7913 2.79 -------- .. Good&ch. steers -..22.75-23.50 1 Std. & low gd. steers 21.75-22.50 !A« Utility steers ... ...... 14.50-17.50 ' *» Choice heifers ________ 22. 25-24. 00 jj Good & choice heifers 20.75-22.00 Utility heifers .. 13.50-16.50 COWS STEADY lanners and cutters -15.00-18.00 at 66%. The lion's share of its volume was produced by a single block of 115,000 shares. National Biscuit was up 1 and Colgate-Palmolive rose FA following news they had agreed on a merger in principle. Despite the drab news about the auto industry, the stocks involved did not do badly. General Motors actually rose % while Ford lost % and Chrysler %. American Motors gained %. U.S. Rubber declined 1, International Harvester l'/i, Douglas Aircraft 1, American Smelting 1%, Anaconda IVs, IBM 1% and Owens-Illinois Glass 2Vt. Schering rose 2, Lorillard 1, Polaroid 2%, Raytheon 1, United Aircraft 3%. Prices were mixed on the American Stock Exchange. Volume was 3.32 million shares compared with 3.33 million Thursday. Jan Utility 15.00-18.50. oct Commercial 14.00-17.00 ? cc Bulls 17.00-22.00 CALVES STEADY Choice 4 Prime Veal 31.00-34.00 Good Grade Veal 25.50-29.50 Commercial 19.50-24 LAMBS STEADY Good to Choice Lambs 85-105 Ibs. __ 19.00-21, Yearlings 2.82 2.7614 2.76'is an 2.BO 2.80 SOYBEAN" OIL Mar 10.00 10 02 May 10.0.1 ' • 10.04 10.01 !).94 9.7S 9.69 9.74 Jill Sep 10.04 10.05 10.00 9.94 9.76 9.70 9.74 SOYBEAN MEAL 9.S5 9.96 9.96 9.94 9.88 9.76 9.EB 9.65 9 96 997 9.99 9.96 9.83 Hogs Sell Mostly Steady CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) Hogs 5,000; mostly steady, closing slow, steady to weak; most 1-2 200-220 !b butchers 20.5021.0;; near 100 head at 21.00 and 46 head at 21.25; mixed 1-3 190-230 Ibs 19.75-20.05; 230-250 Ibs 19.50-20.00; 2-3 230-260 Ibs " 19.00-19.50; .260-280 Ibs 18.2519.00; 280-300 Ibs 17.50-18.25; mixed 1-3 350-400 Ib sows 17.00; 2-3 50MOO Ibs 14.50-15.75. Cattle 4,500; calves none: prime 1,150-1,350 Ib slaughter steers 25.50-26.00; high choice and prime 1,150-1,400 Ibs 25.0025.50; choice 24.25-25.25; high choice and prime 900-1,050 Ib slaughter heifers 24.50-25.00; mixed good and choice 23.0023.75; utility and commercial bulls 20.00-23.00. Shee.j 600; steady; choice and prime 90-105 Ib wooled slaughter lambs 21.00-21.50; choice 90-110 Ibs 20.00-21.00; good and choice 19.50-20.25. UPI MARKET INDICATOR Clsine net price change of all NYSE stocks traded, computed by Quotron Service, was off 9.11 (IMOOths per cent) from previous day's close. Usinc April I. 1966 prices as a It™ base, the Indicator closed Friday at 99.96. Issues Share volume Advances 521 3,900,000 Inclines 684 3.730.000 Unchanged 241 900.000 . T °'al 1.446 8,530.000 i to 105 Ib. 8.00-12. SHEEP STEADY Slaughter Sheep 4.00- 6. Chicago Hogs Sell Steady INDIANAPOLIS (AP) (USDA) - Hogs 4,300: butche moderately active; steady to 2 higher; most advance on 1-2 20 225 Ib; sows fairly active strong to 25 higher instances 5 higher; 1-2 200-225 Ib butcher 20.00 - 20.50; 100 head 20.75 mixed 1-3 190-230 Ib 19.50-20.25 230-250 Ib 19.25-19.75; 2-3 230-251 Ib 19.00-19.50; 25-270 Ib 18.7 19.25; 270-290 Ib 18.25-18.75 sows 1-3 300-400 Ib 16.25-17.25 400-500 Ib 15.75-16.50; 2-3 500-60 Ib 15.25-16.00. Cattle 100; calves none; mos ly cows, these mostly steady steers small lot utility 1170 1 21.50; utility and commercia cows 15.50-18.50; few high yiel( ing 19.00. Sheep 200; not enough for ade Quate price test; few small lo choice wooled Iambs 95-102 1 21.00-21.50; shorn lambs doubl deck mostly choice 98 Ib wit No. 1 pelts 19.00. MARKETS AT A GLAXCE NEW YORK (UPI) — Markets at glance at the close on Friday: Stocks — Easier in fairly active trad inn. Bonds—Mostly lower. U.S Government Bonds—Mostly stead in quiet trading. American Stocks—Lower. Mideast Slocks—Easier. London Stocks—Lower. Cotton Futures—Steady. Grains in Chicago—Wheat closed changed to Vi cent lower; corn U l i cents higher; oats % to 1 cen ligher; rye % to Vt cents higher; soy leans V 4 higher to ^ cent lower pe lushel. Hogs steady to 50 cents lower, to| 21 25. Cattle 25 cents lower, to 75 cent ligher, top $26.00. Sheep steady, top 21.50. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT 17078 ' T, N 2 l ,'f e ls tereby given that Frank E Gilkison. Jr. was on the 31st day of Jan.. 1967, appointed Executor of the Estate of Minnie B. Baldwin 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 dale of the first publication of this notice or said claims wiU be forever barred. Said Estate Is supposed to be solvent. Dated at Anderson Ind. this 31st day of Jan., 1967. Alpha E. Byrum Clerk of the Superior Court of Madison County, Ind. Chamfiers, Byer & Gaus Attorney H-^256 Feb. 4-11-18 NYSE INDEXES CIO! Common Index Utilities Finance Chanf •18.09-j-0 01 48.01 52.23-0,14 47.434-0.07 48.815-f 0.06 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT 17077 Notice is hereby given that Caroline J. Cleveland was on the .list day of Jan.. 1967, appointed Executrix of the Estate of Mantle Lcc Jones 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 claims will be forever barred. Said Estate is supposed to be solvent. Dated at Anderson, Ind. this 3Ist day of Jan., 1067. Alpha E. Byrum Clerk of the Superior Court of Madison County, Ind. Sid M, Cleveland Attorney H-4255 Feb. 4-11-18 NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNTING TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Helen Beaver ESTATE NO. 16803 Notice is hereby given that a final report and account has been filed by Russell G. Beaver the Administrator herein, with a petition for authority to distribute the assets thereof. The same will come up for approval by the Superior Court of Wed., Feb. 18—11:00 A.M. James Levi Adm. Sale of Real Estate. Located at 413 Alexandria Pike, Anderson. Ind. Egg. M. Hood. Auct. Sat, Feb. 25—10:30 A.M. Mrs. Roger Woodward Admin. Public Sale of Household Goods and Farm Tools. Located W. of Lapel on St. Rd. 32 to Hickory Trailer Court, turn S. to first cross rd., turn W. to first House. E. Whelchel & W. Pheanis. Auctioneers. Sat., Feb. 25—10:30 A.M. Mrs. Kate House public sale of household goods. Located 210 E. State Street. Pendleton, Indiana. Jim Bradley, Auctioneer, Sat., Feb. 25—1:30 P.M. Anderson Bank Co-Executor of Maud K. Starr Estate, Public Sale of Household Goods. Located at 1027 W. 8th St, H. D. Kirk, Auctioneer. Sat., Feb. 25—12:30 P.M. Lowell B. Bennett Sale of Household goods, appliances, and tools. Located 2nd. house S. of West 251 h St. School on Moore Road, Anderson. Ind, Tom Bartlett Co., Auctioneers. Mon., Feb. 27—10:30 A.M. Emma E. Steele, Admsix. Public Sale of a full line of farming equip., hay and 300 gal. Dari- Kool bulk tank and antique furniture. Located l',i mi. N, of Gaston then 1 mi. W. H. D.: Kirk, Auctioneer. Feb. 25—11:00 A.M. Charles W. & Edna Acker, public auction of real estate. Located 2 mi. east & 1 mi. south of Sulphur Springs or 1 mi. west & 1 mi. south of Ml. Summit at the S.W. corner of Rds. 125 W. & -100 N. Ralph H. Shivelv, Auctioneer. Tues., Feb. 28 — 12:30 P.M. Harold Shaw Public Sale of Farm Equip. & Household goods. Located 8 mi. W. of Hew Castle. Madison County, on the 1st day of Tucs., Feb. 28—10:30 A.M. March, 1967. unless persons Interested Jn said, estate appear, on or before .said date, and show cause, if any thercbe, why such accounting should not be approved. unless such person make proof of Sat. March 4 — 1:30 P.M. helrship, and claim any part of such estate, not shown by such report. Therefore, unless any person Interested in this estate, has some objection to the. final accounting as filed, or claim, your presence is not required In court, on the date here- Inabove set out. Alpha E. Byrum Clerk. Superior Court of Mntiiaon County. Indiana Busby, Austin, Cooper & Fair Attorney for Estate , 11-18 < Mar May Jul Aug Sep Oct Dec Jan B-Bwl. 74.75 73.70 73.95 73.75 72.50 72.00 VJ.75 71.75 75.00 74.35 73.90 73.25 73.95 73.40 73.75 73.30 72.50 72.10 72.00 71.65 71.80 71.70 72.00 71.70 9.95 9.98 9.98 9 96 9 90 9.78B 9.78 9 66 9.67 965B 9.67 74.40 74.45 73.30 73 45 73.40 73"50 73.35 73.50 72 10B 72.20 71'85 71.65 71'.80B 71.65 71.75B n 59 American Stocks NEW YORK (UPI)-Selected stocks t the American Stock Exchange today. Sales(hds) High Low Last Chi Aerojet .50a AlldCont 44 Am Pet .40d Anelex Corp ArkLaG 1 60 !\sso Oil&'G BrarJUPw I BritPet .55d Chief Con M Clary Cnrp Creole 2.60a DayMn ,35d Dixilyn Cp Equit Cp 5ft Fargo Oils FedResr .JO Felmont OU Firth St -15d .10 Ford Can 5 'rontAirl 5k len Battery GrccrHy .50 luskyO .15d Caiser Ind Lee Katl Cp MeadJns .48 llohwk 2',ik Molybdn Cp Nt Video .60 Sew ParkM Ookiep 4.90b 42 37% 3614 3614— 33 3514 34% 10 16ft . 3BT's+ J 3% . l2Yt 12!J4— V 3% 315 316 + tl Wt 5=4— «« 8% . tcp Foil .40 RyanCn Pet hatDenn 5i ignalOilA 1 notone .20 dHIetal 20 tatham Ins yntox .40 'cchnlco .40 'ri Contwt ItahlaS .60 VsNuclr 20 aloCorp .68 17 16% 56 39 290 3V, 191 S'-i 2 954 18 454 26 5% .14 37 14 13 40 14 151 3 T /8 179 316 114 sn 18 ST, 29 7 «1 6314 6014 63V<+2» Z60 116 116 116 15 3014 29V. 29! 53 714 7 7' 5 13*4 1314 13%+ '/ 1 12% 1254 Iffl ._ 345 II %m& !!'/« .. 14 2614 26» 26% + 76 27% 2714 2714— Y 97 1814 17% 17%— V 181 67 6314 64% + 1 322 40% 39 39—5 66 5% Si4 5!i .. Z500 147}, 14614 14614—11 Ji33 Z014 20 201J+ 21 23 2214 22-li— V 178 1154 1054 11%- i 32 2814 27% 27ft- 368 9 TO 9 +21' 92 7% 7? B ra+ y 37 29 28% 29 ... 1B7 86 VtiSVt 85M— <!! 76 1214 1154 12?i+ Y. S tWt 40 4014— % A 1274 12% 12W + 141 20-% 18% 20%+2!4 4 24?i 2414 2414— Vl All sales in hundreds (00) omitted ex- ept for those designated (z) which are radeti in 10 share lots and carried in ull. DIVIDENDS: (a) plus extra; (b) :clared or paid so far this year, egular rate; (c) payment on accumu- atud dividends; <d) paid last year; (e) ash plus stock, (g) annual rate plus ock dividend; (h) capital distribution; ) per cent in stock paid last year; k) per cent in stock; (x) ex-dividend. RACTIONS: (f) indicates following fig- is fraction in 32nds; (j> indicates Mowing figure is fraction in 64ths; (r) ulicates following figure is fraction in :8ths; (s) indicates following figure is action In 256ths; (t) indicates following gure is Fraction in 16ths. High t Low for the year column I) new high for year; <L new low for Mutual Funds New York (UPI] — National Associ- ion of Securities ealers. Inc. rid ay. Bid Asked dv Fd 8.17 8.97 ffil Td 8.56 9.26 road St 14.83 16.03 illock 14.7516.17 an Gen 9.54 10.J3 cnt Shr 11.3212.37 MANNING UNTJS: Balan :om St Jnvth ncom ipecl 32.93 14 13 1.90 16.36 17.88 fl.G3 9.43 2.73 2.98 hase Fd 10 22 11 17 icm Fd 17.0618.1 ins Inv 11.75 12.00 vid Sh 3.60 .1 95 ow Th 7.12 7.70 rcyfus 13.50 14.73 itn Hal 11.93 12.96 cl Cap 13.67 M.I d Fund 17 581901 (1 Trnd 2fi."29 30.73 d Mut 8.84 9.64 HANK LIN ;S1Y)D!A 'nk Cm 7.16 7 87 'nk BP 2.64 2.! ""nk IH 7.63 8.38 ik In 3.05 3.3o 10 UP SEC: orosp 10.36 11.33 oni St 13.7115.01 9.5fi 10 47 5.22 5.71 13.01 14.22 8 07 '8.82 TEST GROUP: 11.33 12.31.1 ul Ad tm hda c Fd c Bost Stock 20.49 22.27 Select 9.8510.59 Var Pay 8.28 9 00 KEYSTONE: Inv B-l 23.4224.44 Med B-2 230725.17 Dis B-4 10.30 11.25 Inc K-l 9.04 9 87 Gth K-2 6.42 7.QZ HGr S-l 21.58 23.54 Inc S-2 10.34 11.28 ApP S.3 9.35 10.20 LPr S-4 6.27 6.85 Intl 12 01 12.99 Lazard 15.7516.00 Life Inv x7.11 7.77 Life Slk 5.19 5 ._ Mass Gr 11.57 12.64 Mass Tr 16.26 17.77 NAT SEC SEE: Balan Bond DIvid Pf Slk Stock Gnvth Penn 11.33 12.38 6.18 . 4.90 5.36 7.07 7.73 fi 20 6.7S 8.88 9.70 10.78 II 78 17.88 17.88 Friday: Industrials 547.200; Railroads M,300; Utilities 92,000: Total 723,500. Range of prlcei this year: 3» 20 Inch. Ralli High 1966-67 .... 995 15 271.72 Low 1966-67 744.32 184.34 Bonds CICBe 0 Bonds 83.27 10 1st Ralsl 75.05 102nd Rails 84.10 lODtils M.81 10 Indus 89.13 -0.15 Dow Jones Commodity Futures Index (1924-26 average equals 100) closed at 13515. NEW YORK (UPIJ-Selecled stocks OD the New York Stock Exchange today. Salcs(hds) High Low Last Chg. Hupp Cp 4k Idaho P 1.40 Ideal Cem 1 1<B „ . 118.96 imperial CP Ing Hand 2 Price TR 22.11 22.11 Putnam 16.1617.66 Put Grth 12.06 13. Scd Cm 11.80 11.1 Sel Am State -SI 48.03 48 87 Sted S&G 6.44 7.03 Telev El 9.6110.49 UNITED FUNDS: 17.18 18.78 DowChei 11.66 14.93 9.03 9.87 Incom Scfen Un F Cn 5.1! Varied In 545 5.92 Well Fd 13.75 14.9.) 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Weekly Hate—29o t*r line per day Three Dare-33!ic per 11. per day One-day Ad—42c per line per day MONTHLY RATE-S6.00 PEIl LINE TWO-LINE MINIMUM HATE Charge $1.00: Cash 80o Discount of 20 per cent Is aN lowed 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 Heraid and The Bulletin Classified. The Ads are set only in 6 point and 12 point tight faced typo; 12- point type Is ch.irRod as two lines. White space, may be used but each line of white space is charged as one line of *i-po[nt type. No borders are used on Line Classified Ads. Adij Start In Morning Edition j Anderson Newspapers, inc. reserves the rteht to classify nds 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. 7-Lost and Found lyist: Last Friday nltfl Ktrls' Prescription glasses; vicinity of Central Jr. High or H. S. Gymnasium, Iwdly needed. Ph. 643-4022. PAGE M 22-H«lp Wanted, Mel> Management Trainee^ Opportunity for bright draft-exempt person with ambition to understudy successful manager of art office. Must be able to learn all Found: Stn. black kitten with collar & bell. S. Edgewood. 643 Lost: small black male Poodle. Re- helpful, but not required. ward. Ph. (iH-:wil. ' f-'or further Information call *<::<l' White Per if 27lh & Monr nan cat in vicinity >e. Ph. 642-8127. 9—Income Tax Service Federal and State Tax Returns "Prepared for S3 up" 17 YltS. EXPKIUKNCI-: Sarah Boyd Agency Ph. 644-4453 For Appt. 7421. An equal opportunity offered fof all to qualify. Economy Finance Corp. 1230 JACKSON ST. ANDERSON. IND. 2 BOYS NEEDED AT ONCE FOR HERALD ROUTES IM KOl'THEAST ANDERSON. APPLY TO CIRCULATION DEPT., ANDERSON NEWSPAPERS. 11 -13' ! :i 35 35 101 ar.'i :>i!<4 .'2 1 ii— 39 37"s 37'4 :i77«t- 16 lOli 1K76 19U . 25 37= i 37 37 39 45'a 45 45 — 22 3916 3814 39 — 17 32 3154 3176 + 52 2154 2114 2156- —xvz— 120 2435i 24114 2425i— • 42 315» 31 3114 181 5914 57 5914 + 11 Footnotes— New York Stoclc Exchangi All sales In hundreds (00) omitted ex cept for those designated {z> which ar traded in 10 share lots and carried i full. DIVIDENDS: (a) plus extra; (b declared or paid -so far tins year, n regular rate: (c) payment on accumulat ed dividends; (d) paid last year; ( cash plus stock; (g> annual rate pli stock dividend; (h) capital distribution (i) per cent in stock paid last year tk) per cent in stock; (x> ex-tlividcnt Fit ACTION'S: (f) indicates foilowjn figure is fraction in 32nds. High & Low for the year colum: (H) new high for year; (L) new Io\ for year. - 4 Entertainment Added For AC Smorgasbord With scores of community res idents expected to attend, th< international smorgasbord a Anderson College Saturdaj evening also will have musii with international flavor. Mrs. Trudi Hoffman Fulda 'endleton, program chairman said three different musica Croups have been arranged, oni o be performed by Miss Svelyne Accad, Beirut, Leban on, an AC senior. She has been on campus for two years ant tas become a favorite singer who accompanies herself on the iuitar. Also on the 5:30 p.m. program in Olt Student Center ponspred by the Internationa Delations Club, will be Milan avin, Yugoslavian - Canadian ccordionist from Butler Uni- •ersity. Directed by Prof. F. Dale Bengtson. the Anderson College ingers also will appear during ie evening. Tickets are on sale at the MIege, Star China Shoo and nderson Travel. Proceeds go to special scholarship awarded senior with an interest in in- ernati.onal relations. Begun here about 20 years go, the smorgasbord annually iatures foods from many coun- ries and has become a campusi Classifications Card o; Thanks 1 In Memoriam 2 Personals 3 Special Notices .__" 4 Where to Eat 5 Transportation . ....6 Lost and Found 7 instruction 8 BUSINESS SERVICES Income Tax Service 9 Beauty & Barber Shops ___10 Funeral Directors 11 Cemetery Lots for Rale HA Business Service General .__12 Appliance Service Ki Btiilclmf! Contractors 14 Carpentry 15 Cement and Masonry 16 Gravel. Sand. Stone ISA | Hauling and Moving 17 Painting, Paperhanging 18 Plumbing and Heating 19 Sewer ^leanine 30 Laundry and Cleaning 21 EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted, Male 22 Help Wanted, Female 23 Help Wanted. Male.Femal* .24 Agents and Salesmen .......25 Situations Wanted 26 Child Care —„ 27 Business Opportunities 28 MERCHANDISE Miscellaneous for Sale 29 Sports. Boats. Motors 29A Auction Sales 30 Rummage Sales 31 Clothing, Sheer 31A Household Goods 32 Cift Suggestions —32A TV-Radio. Saies. Service —33 Musical Instruments 35 Tools and Machinery 36 Building Materials 37 Fuel. Coal. Oil 38 Flowers and Plants 39 Fruit and Vegetables 40 Farm Supplies 41 Wanted to Buy 42 LIVESTOCK Livestock for Sale ._._.....43 Poultry and Supplies 44 Pets _ 45 RENTALS Apartments, Furnished .„_., 46 TAXKS FII.KII KPNlfK M. STAXSOM 24 K. School SI. Ph. (i4:t-G28l r.-ivrs filed ;it your home or mine. 251(1 .Main St.. Rhroud & Anderson aroa^Ph. 552-22 ;a. Er!gar .Spearman. TAX HETUHNS FILED Ph. 61:M171> f,,r j. our jjjpi Our 14th ve.-ir of eervuv C. BOO.NE. _ fM E. !5th INDIVIDUAL STATE 8: FEDERAL TAX returns figured here Id onable rate CKULL REALTY 5225 Columbus Ave. 6i3-72G9! Fed & Slate~$5 Up II & R BLOCK, INC. Amnric.Vs Largest T.ix Service •M Jackson St. W> Meridian St. PHONK: (5W-775R NO APPOINTMENT N1^CK3.S\RY Wkclnys 9 AM-g PM, Sat. & Sun 9-5 ~INDIVIDUAL'TAX SERVICE"" :fli yrs. experience JOHN S. HARRIS & SOX i Mericlinii *t 22ncl : SUito & Feticr;,] Taxes ' -1 Vtiir^ Experience. ] Onoi: "> P.M. to !l P M Daily ! Open :i A.M ii, ;i P.M. S;it. ft Sun K. ,1. Mooro. -2;K-\ Pitt. (M3-9H67 THE BEST SERVICE STATION JOBS IN ANDERSON We are accepting applicatloni for the following positions: Mechanic Salesman Trainee Starting Salary will be based on your previous experience. General Salary range — S100.00 to S120.00 per week plus weekly Bonus for experienced men. You must be married and within th» 2(1 to 65 age range. • Paid •Paid Vacations Hospitalization 11—Funeral Directors You can depend on Brown & But?. Funeral Home for considerate, competent service. Finest facilities at price you can afford 11KOWN & IIUT7. pj,. 644-6658 12—Business Services, Gen. BROOKS SECRETARY SERVICE MIMEO-PHOTO STATS— TYPING 919_IUABI.NE_DR. __ PH. 644-6373 LIGHT HAULING AND GARAGE CLEANING. PH. 644-0377. Custom Upholstering ^649.1675 after 4 — all day Sat. , .„_., Apartments, Unfurnished «. Houses for Rent . 48 Business Locations 49 Rooms with Board 50 Rooms without Board 51 Miscellaneous for Rent 52 Wanted to Rent 53 REAL ESTATE Kea! Estate for Sale 54 Mobile Homes 54A Lots for Sale .. 55 Farm and Acreage aaA Heal Estate Wanted 57 Summer Resort . .. 5E FINANCIAL Insuranct 58 Loans —59 AUTOMOTIVE, Autos for Kale 6u Motorcycles For Sale 60A Trucks ana Trailers 61 Tires and Accessories 62 Autsi Service 63 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY *U Classifications 54 —Personal • Paid Life Insurance • Paid Weekly Indemnity Insurance • Paid Retirement Program Phone B4;i-!t525 for an appointment or come to our office at 1000 Fletcher Street and ask for Arnold .Tones. Everybody's Oil Corporation WYANT_SHOE REPAIR_131_n_Mer. LANO SURVEYING"" HAROLD E. SMITH REG. ENGINEER & SURVEYOR 810 Main St. Ph. 642-7254 SALES TRAINEE, to learn homa remodeling business. Salary and expenses plus commission. Transportation furnished. Ph. 643-1941 for appt. between 9 & 11 A.M. and a.fter 4 P.M. Maintenance Supersv. $150 WK. NO TEB I Snelling & Snelling Anderson Bank Blrig. 649-1261. lie. Experienced farm hand. Top salary for qualified m<in. Good house. Call after 7 P.M. 643-9354. 13-AppIiance Service House WIRING, service 220, range plug. etc. Newborn Elcc. (j4-l-5:i:i5. Rogers Elertric Co. Inc. Ph. G4-1-4449 Electrical contracting anc! repai: \vashcrs. dryers, refrigeration Also expert small appliance repair. Night_cmergcncy call 044-4449 WE SERVICE"~most m~a"k~cs~ai models of MAJOR APPLIANCES. ROBY'S 4 E. Main, Chesterfield 378-33 ANY MAKE SEWING MACHIN SERVICED IN HOME Reg. $6.99 Now only $3.75 Singer Sewing Center 130 Meridian Ph. 642-029 14—Building Contractors Remodeling of all kinds. Paneling Ceiling tile, roofs, porches & etc Free est. Ph. 643-2385 Fully ins. ~WILL~BUILD~OR REMODEL"" LUTHER BILHREY 64:i-84:!2 SIDING—HOOFING—GARAGES. FOR COMPLETE HOME & COMMERCIAL MAINTENANCE OR REMODELING — CALL Vernpn Hamlin REMODELING CONTRACTOR 2430 W. 8th PH. 644-0122 Due to a death in the family, we are Closed 'he Ginger Blue Room!!; Open again Mon. Feb. 20 CANDIES FRESH, TASTY, GOOD! THE SHOWPLACE 1120 MERIDIAN ROOM ADDITIONS — GARAGES ALUM. SIDING — REMODELING FREE ESTIMATES NO MONEY DOWN UP TO 5 YEARS TO PAY Petersen Lumber C"j. 710 OHIO AVE. PH. 644-8891 Joe Kelium Aucts. & Jim Bradley, Harriett Loveless Admsix. Public Sale of n full line of good farming equip. Located 4 mi. E. of Alexandria on Bethel Rd. — ',2 ml N., H. D. Kirk. Auctioneer. Anderson Banking Company Ex. of Estate of Mary A. Woolen, Public Sale oC Real Estate. Located 1515 Madison Ave. Anderson. Ind. E. Whclchel i W. Pheanis, Aucts. Sal.. March 4-2:30 P.M. Gencvieve F. While Admix, for the K.stato of Glenn H. While. Public Sale of shop lools. Furniture and Housctrailcr. Located at 2433 Noble St., Anderson Ind. W. PHeanls 4 E. Whcichcl, Attc- Uonccra. ST90XPAKD & POOR'S INDEXES IEAV YORK (UPD-Standnrd & Poor's irly indexes for Friday. 1911-43 equals lfl> 42A-lnd 20-RR5 a,m 93.79 -lti,.1fi in 93.78 46.18 >.ni 93.81 83.94 p.m 93.S12 Close ... 93.% Prcv Close „ 93.90 . •M.41 45.41 46 39 46.41 S Uill 5 70.fi3 70.fi! 70.KO 70.C,6 70.63 70.53 70.68 I) Stks B7.76 87.75 DOW.JONFS STOCK AVEUAGES By United Press International 30.1nd 20-HR ir-tllHi;VSlk5 11 a.m. 850.-IS 230 59 138.48 .lOfi.-W Noon „ 851.22 2M.59 138.61 306.08 1 p m. B50.fi7 2^.44 13B.58 30fi,50 2 p.'m. 851.39 2.10.fV7 13S.52 30B 71 3 p.m. . . . 850 84 2.10.(M 138.4S .IWiiCO Onas 850.84 230.-14 13fl.l3 30R..14 Net chg. . . —0.72 -0 50 —0 51 -"0.39 Pet Chg. ... -fl-08 -0.08 -0.3G -0.12 NEW YORK STOCK SALES Approx final total 8,530,000 Previous day 8,490,000 Week a«o 8.856,600 Month a«o 9,Sl2,TOO Year ago 6.457,930 Two yennt ago , 5,557,421 Ian 1 to (late 252,8M,929 1!«W to date 4 70.51)2,210 19C5 to (tato 1DS,905,721 MARKKT lMH:Xi:t NVSio index 48.nfi up o.ni ASK Index Slfi.51 up 0,0,1 UPI Indlcntnr 99.0f»[ic off O.llpc )ow-Jones imi. nriO.st off o 72 S&P 500 StocKn 87.B9 Up Oi03 134 30% 30 1 /* 5 4234 105 157-M 15636 ISGVi- 31 31U 31% 31^__E E 136 93 91M 92 — l-j EaslSSt 1.90 15 ll^fi 16?i 16*i4- Vi EKodk 1.60a 93 13Ri/a 137'/4 ISRla— 's Katon S' 1U 58 28'^ 28 28 — li ElPasoNG I 115 2014 1W 20 + U EltraCp 1.60 46 48% 47% 48 s «-f- *'s\ End Johnsn 23 26Tk 26-YB 2&/s -t- Eric Larkw 92 9 83/i fls,i— EsscxW 1.20 52 55 34 Evrshp .50d 79 22Vi 21W 21^B— >/* Ex-Cell 220 13 54-y« 54Vt 54^-h _F.F 264 171% 166 I69'/«+2 FairHlr 30d 115 20'/« 19% 20 — Vt econd semester highlight. 32 24% 24V6 2451 61 2CVi 25^8 508 57 55'A 56%+ W 65 3-1% 34'/* 34^8-i- J a 160 27'/ii 26^4 27 — K 51 41% 41% 41 a B 41 63V8 62'/s G^/s + l^a 153 16% 15 a/ 4 i6^a+ i 8 35 7 /a 35'/8 SS^-i— >/ 69 61 GO 1 /^ 60^8— l 37 37% 37V4 3T/4— Vi 80^'s HO 1 /*— T 797 EANINGEST Carpet Cleaner you . 7 a.m. to 5 D-m. after hnurr Call ever used, so easy too. Get Blue, (Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1. (HookjDnigs. 16A-Gravel 7 Sand, Stone Ve specialize in Remodeling! Free Estimates! Room, Additions, Garages. Custom Cabinets. Built-in Appliances, you name it! Financed locally, nothing down, small monthly payments. Call the LUMBER NUMBER 644-6631. Madison Co. Lumber REMODEL NOW! RESPONDENTS FOR CHANNEL S IN INDIANAPOLIS. OWNERS OF 1G mm MOVIE CAMERAS. DAYLIGHT SPOOL LOADS. WHO. CAN SHOOT TV NEWSFILM IN YOUR AREA ON FREELANCE BASIS. PLEASE WRITE BILL AYLWARD. WISH-TV. 1950 NORTH MERIDIAN. INDIANAPOLIS OR CALL COLLECT 924.3580. MONTGOMERY WARD Excellent opportunity for Salesman '.n our floor covering department If you are looking for; Group Insurance Savings Plan Retirement Benefits Paid Vacation Company Discount Paid Expenses Gaurantee Call Mrs. Walnscott for interview, •"'•3G11. MONTGOMERY WARD Hounds Mall Immediate Opening AAA-l MANUFACTURER SALES REPRESENTATIVE The man we are looking for must be alert. low - pressure salesman. Draw against commission, also weekly, monthly and annual bonus. Prefer ma.n over -!0. or younger man with experience. This is selling repeat products to industrial and commercial accounts in protected territory. For interview, call MR. O'CONNER, 644-2581, anytime after !2:00 Noon, Monday, February 20. 23-Help Wanted, Female Experienced office girl, 5 l ,2 day wlc. lust type and some telephone so- .ciiing. Call 642-0229 for appoint- nent. Complete home improvements. Can!Babysitter ited, in my home. furnish- financing. Call K43-3337 dnys. Ph. 378-7180 after 4 P.M. 8 OUT OF 10 PEOPLE WHO READ I THIS AD NEED NEW HEELS [Driveways, footings, septic riUgllCS bllOG Kepair l space> bank run gravel. (j-i;i'-ti80^ 27_W.^2___ACnOSS FROM YMCA "KNI-TYOUR'SPRING OUTFIT!" Win-Lite, Paradise yarns New hits. Bernic's Knit Shot) 80G_W._5th Ph._643--IG,'!4 Payday cash Loans as low as $25 ;Wanted: lady to work relief in a Nursing home, age 35 to 4a. Writa B&H Box 3705. contract financing for ?:tOOO I And monthly terms to three years. .Patronize a local company that operates only for local people, j Stone Gravel b Sand PHONE :i78-3351 CRUSHED STONE & GRAVEL. PH. GW-205I. GRAVEL— STONE— DIRT GRADING tanks 'Baby sitter, days. 2 children, must cr -,,,-j have own transportation, vie. of " ' i Range Line Rd. Ph. 640-1600 a.fter 5. Babysitter, some light housekeeping. 2 or ;i days a week. Must have own transportation. Ph. 644-7602. Christian ladies for work in nursing home. Must have own transportation. Apply: 70fi Vasbinder Chesterfield. A. H. KELLY iryce Walkins Ph. G44-2i)2.' ) . pire Finance .... 109 By-Pass DUMP For your Favorite VALENTINE ?_ r;ivel Select the 'perfect gift at Tin-: FAMILY .SHOT: CENTER Chesterfield Shopping Center 17—Hauling and Moving HAULING A ODD JOBS PH. K4M187. TRfCK HAULING, dirt, PH G43-53H j Dependable white lady to shara 'home with elderly lady, more for home than wages. Write B&H Box Bail Ph <mo577 Cm ° ! ' tion ' F ' LlHer Brush HOUSEWIVES You can convert your leisure hours into cash, right in your own home. IIome Representative for The For iOpen 9-fi Daily Except Sunday ... ,. i BROKEW~LEGS lr " ck - Ph - « JIM'S LIGHT HAULING & DF.I.IVFRY. REAS. Pit lij:]-;H,11 as a result of falling down steps can be prevented with a sturdy ornamental railing. Mofab, Inc. 1415 • Fairview. ANTS ALL WINTER? T.isht hauling. Garage Ants hide under your house where cleaning. Ph. 64-}-6i!84. HOUSEWIVES join the thousands of other women like yourseH. Turn moving, quick scrv., Ig. spare hours into Cash. Several immediate openings. Write B&H Box 3701. 1 - 205 -' «' HAULING. 7 DAYS A WEEK PHONE 643.1377. YOU CALL — WE HAUL PH. 643.71178 ; Hauling. Are You The Person? I am looking for a person who has - 'a desire to get into cosmetic sales. basement!one \vho feels they have the ability _ _'for sales, but has not had the op- k-iMls. BasemenY. 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An Avon Manager will be happy to :iiscu:,s out- earning opportunity'v.ith Call H-i:t-5,'!l;> or write Mrs. nly SIS. ~EarrT"WaTcirRcpaii r Hauling, moving, Deliv. 6-14.5123 or 6!-l-n207 Schcrinfi 1 Sclilum 1.20 59 4 4.1 42 14 35 34 358 .IffSft 37 : 41 57>,i 55',l 57!i-i-2 46 51H 53li 51 !- Vt 1011 74'/, 71 73'/il-21i 197 29!i 2814 2814- Vt 71 481i 4811. 48lfc— '/, 193 5211 Sll'j 515i- Yt 18 35* StVt 35 -f Vt 79 X't 3811 73 ei',i 67H 6714- 'A 2 21 21 21 — Vt 85 mi 131', 13'/<5 29}i 29V, 29?'j+ V4 62 C9 68 68 -1 108 54 1 /, 535t 5»— % 33 40Vj 40V, 40V,- SoillhCo 1.02 152 29% 201* 29H— Vt 17 32 31% 31%-I- % 183 33% 32% 33M.+ V« 18 49 4814 4«i*80 1.1% Wt 23% h 1883 32% 31'A 32%-l- 'A 121 22V, 21Vrt 108 3GH 34-T, M —Hi 112 IM14 ti2 M%— >/B 65 MH 5311 5-1 -I- V4 6V6 ti2T« 6211* 6211- % Sinclair 2.40 SmKlln 1.80 Sou Pac lli Sthn Ity 2.80 Sparllnu .40 Sperry Hml SquarcD .60 Slllrndii 1.30 11 1.11 77 71 67(11 la 7.1 6,1'i, ll»l 44V> 36 WK 44'if li S3!«- '.» StanWnr \\i SlfllDrn .90 Slmllikr ,23d SnlnirnG 68 SnryDX 1.40 82 J(l'< 29!i 30 NURSE RECRUITER - Copf. Patricia L- Esfes, United States Air Force Nurse Corps, has been assignee/ to the Air force Recruiting Service as Nurse Se/acfion Officer for the State of Indiana. Her duties include counseling and processing applicants for the Air Force Nurse Corps and interviewing and advising interested nurse trainees. Sho is available upon request to address civic, educational or nursing groups. She is assigned to the USAF Recruiting Office, Indianapolis, and may be contacted through the local Recruiting Office, 16 f. Wth St., T. Sgt. Ed Pasc/ia/, recruiter. REP.; 18—Painting, Paperhanging . . —-: Ruth Teeter. HIM North St.. Chester- 29 W. 12. ACHOSS FitOM YMCA. REP ON AI.l. F.LKC. SHAVKRS COMP. WATCH_ &_CI. READER V ADVISOR'mte,ior"&'" Ex-tenor Paintmg. >a,> f;; 1 *.,? 1 "". ^'S,."^ c crhanging & Walls cleaned. Free lt " «• '"I. ™- M-l-2191. 7 days a week by appt. fi-H-82^ C sl. Ph. 0-13-2:185. Fully ins. _ Need exp. waitresses. Alsc I ""INTERIOR & Exterior Painlinc nvashcr. No phone calls. J Bernard Xirkelbach Ph. (>42.5HS2 Steak House. 709 E. 8th. 4—Special Notices fJdMING SOONrwe tt"ilT"nonor"your Interior S.- Exterior paintine. paper Midwest CHARGE CARDS. ihanfiinc. Men (nsureri. WALTKR H. Wickcns Shoes &, Serv.,^" 1 !'" 1 - 1 ^-?" M ™^- o -_ 2.'IRn & COLUMBUS AVE. hanging, 1I s?eami'np ! " 7l | 1 ).lfcn e '' : Blaster We're not lost — we .just moved'.' Sami)les_shown .n your home^ 19—Plumbing and Keating dish"& M Colonial KtliUinu Slioppe 715 East_8lli Phone_64.t-o:!(12 Carpet Linoleum Tile LARGE SELECTION. LOW PRICES DUBGAN'S 8TH & MAIN PH. 64-1-7291) ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS P.O. BOXES 1013 AND 320 PHONE 042-0032 6—Transportation Man wanls rltlc to R.C.A. (Miirioi Jiid sliifl. Ph. lM'1-O^ti). iVjinl: ridfrn In R.C.A. 2mt .shi Plastic sewer pipe, plniff. supplies. Pipe Thrcadinp, Open. Sim. 9-2 Pencllcton Ave. Ilchve. 103) Pendleton Ave. Ph. 044-91)43 20—Sewer Cleaning r'ield's Itoto-Rootrr — Sewer drain cleaninc. 2011 Morton. Ph. 0-14-6270. Septic tanks & sewer Cleaned. Danny Stanley, 61:1.7103 Ali'xnndrin. Ph. W:;tl) A.M. (IK'A in (ill-o;i!l2 after Wanted, Male itOII'l'KMAN , ly (jolontinl. \\Stll Max Wiint ride in Indpls. Ctmimunity Hos|)ll,'il, Mon. thru Fri. 7 A.M.— [Man rxpericnccil with horses. Cnll ;(:;«) P.M. shift. Ph. iii;i-f)r)iii. Inner r> P.M. H7ii.:.2ori. 24-Help Mate-Female MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR EXPANSION PROGRAM has created immediate openings in production work at R.C.A. in Marion, Indiana Excellent fringe benefits includ- ill},'; • Paid lnsur,inc« • Paid holidays • Paul vacations • Retirement program Apply at the R.C.A. employment office, 3301 South Adams Marlon, Indiana. MONDAY-FRIDAY 8 A.M. TO 4:30 P.M. RADIO CORPORATION OF AMERICA (An equal opportunity employer M-F)

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