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Creemburg (lnd.l Daily News, Wednesday, Aug. 4,1965 PAGE 7 Classified Ads ... Written By The People ... Read By The People CLASSIFIED RATES 5 Cents a Word—First Insertion. Additional Insertions—3 Cents a Word. Minimum 1 Time $1.00 • Minimum 2 Times 1.30 Minimum 3 Times 1.65 MONTHLY CONTRACT Daily for a full month, only 60 cents per word. (Minimum ?9.00 for 15 words or less). ADS SET IN PARAGRAPH STYLE will be charged on the basis of 5 words per line. Ads set in larger type will be charged on a line basis. No bold face type used. CARDS OF THANKS. OBITU ARIES AND IN MEMORIAMS First 30 Words. 6c word; additional words, 3c word—Minimum, $1.50. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY First insertion per inch SI.30 Second cons, insertion, inch....$1.25 Third consecutive and there after, per inch SI.20 Deadline for placing classified ad on day of publication, 10:30 a. m. Saturday, 10 a. m. Classified Display ads one hour earlier. To Place Your Ads Phone 663-3113 MY OFFICE telephone number has been changed to 662-2895. D. R. Ford, Lawyer. PRIZES — derby through August until Labor Day. Joy Fishing Lakes, 4 miles southeast of New Point. Personals OPENING SPECIAL ' Wednesday through Saturday. $8.50 permanent for $6. Shampoo and set, SI.50. ISABELLE'S BEAUTY SALON 523 West Main Phone 663-7442 INTRODUCING Bantam Match Classics, featuring gold-tipped matches. Elegance that compels attention. Miniature boxes I"x2". Personalized napkins, book matches and favors. Meredith's, 209 East Washington. TRAVEL relaxed via Miller Tours. Personally escorted. Inquire Decatur Insurance Agency, Decatur County National Bank Building. Card of Thanks I WISH to thank my many Lost 1 and Found j LOST — Account book containing checks. Contact J. Cook. Salesman for E. W. Brockman KNEEHOLE DESK, mahogany top. with chair, $25; Hamilton , _ i !--..- , 60" professional drawing table beautiful cards, gifts and now- berry, phone Batesville 934-l w ith attached light; $60; both friends and neighbors for the I Company Batesville', 15 S. Mul- MONUMENTS, markers, and cemetery lettering. Smith Monument Works, North Broadway. Phone 662-4785. LET'S GO to Pleak's Laundromat — 20 washers and 6 big dryers ready to serve you, plus our big Super - Duper washer which holds 12 sheets. Free parking in rear. We appreciate your business. Pleak's, 213 East Main. LOWEST PRICE EVEK on double and triple track windows. 'Wingham Window Company, phone 663-3968. WE NOW DO expert mimeographing. No job too large, none too small. Pauline Wheeler, phone 662-5653 or 662-2022. YOUR Home Laundry — We do your washings — ironings. The Launderette, 115 North Anderson, phone 662-7202. SAW CHAIN sprockets for any make saw. Several used saws. Leslie Wilson, Napoleon. miles west For Sole SINGER ZIG-ZAG WALNUT CABINET Take up payments of $5-$ll monthly or pay full price of $35.77. All features built-in, needs no attachment to zig-zag, makes buttonholes, blind hem, or sew on buttons, plus fancy embroidery stitches. Guaranteed. Call 663-4635 or 662-5394. I STONE, LIME and fertilizer, 1 Also gravel products. Immediate delivery/ Virgil Haskamp, phone 6634388. NEW EQUIPMENT 42 ft. augers Elevators Harvest handlers 16,18 and 20 ft. augers j Self-propelled combines nnivr'T WI-VRRV with slueeish I Mix g rmde rs and mills DON i WOKKY Wltn SlUggiMi rpmrpcTnivT TH/TDT tr septic tank or slow basement drain. Get Klean-Em-All Sewer and Septic Tank Cleaner at Pulse Lumber. HOST Carpet Cleaning, recommended by carpet mills to clean modern carpets. Use our machine and clean 40 yards of carpet for $9.95. LEVENSTEIN'S CARPET .& DRAPERY East City Limits, Road 46 Wanted WANT to rent nice, modern hom-e with garage in the country. Phone 663-4155. THURSTON IMPLEMENT & SUPPLY 421 Northwest Phone 663-5191 LIMESTONE, crushed stone, sand and gravel for sale. Redelman Bros., R. R. 7, Greensburg. Phone 663-6001. Animals, Poultry BASSET HOUND puppies, ARC. Robert Connerly, Rushville, phone 932-2719. REGISTERED GERMAN Shepherd female pups; top quality prices cut, ?25-$30. Phone Arlington, Indiana 663-2541. WANT TO BUY used furniture, complete home or odd pieces. Phone Waldron 525-6155. REGISTERED appoloosa gelding (lots of spots), coming 2 years. $125. Other registered horses. Phone 663-3643. ers me while I was in the ] 3205" Greensburg and New Castle hospitals. My special thanks to the nurses, Philathea Class. Rebec-1 with end off ri M ear phone cas and to Rev. King and Rev. | ggi _726i. like new. Phone 663-7523. CANNERS, $2.29; toilet seats. _ ill j *. i J \^r^i\± \ i-j J.ILJ. y^..ij.j, iuu\.b o^tiL-j, Large black and tan hound $2 99; used sweepers , $20; used Pavy for their prayers. MRS. MARIE JACKSON Business Services MY SINCERE thanks to rela- INTERIOR and exterior pain- tives and friends for their vis- ">g: paper hanging. We sell its prayers, cards and beautiful! Paper. Phone 663-5452 or see Har- flowers during my recent stay at j 'e\ Hadiei. Memorial Hospital. Especially I FOR YOUR local and long dis- wish to thank Father Rieben- thaler, Father Laugel. Dr. Dickson, Dr.- Overpeck. nurses and tance moving needs, call MADDUX. Free estimate. Agent for North American Van Lines. nurses' aides. May God bless you , Phone 662-9464. aU - ' : WE CLEAN toilets, septic tanks MRS._URBAN_CORD j and cesspoo ls. Godbey Sani- TV, $50; Kenmore automatic washer, §60; used G. E. refrigerator, $30; used Bolen's garden tractor with attachments, $125. Pleak Hardware, 662-3181. FEATHERSEDS wanted, duck and goose. Also antiques and miscellaneous. Write Milton O'Neal, Route 4, Box 212, Rushville- Give location, will call. Automotive 1955 CHEVROLET for sale, good condition. Call 663-4872 or 6633770^ 195T REGISTERED miniature Poodles, miniature Dachs hunds; Toy Fox Terriers; Chihuahuas; Cocker Spaniels. Hilltop Kennels, 6 miles.south Versailles, State Road 129. Phone 667-3308. 20' HOUSETRAILER, clean, modern, $875. 14' Sports trailer, $600. Phone 663-6849. 1965 HOUSETRAILER, 10' wide. 2 bedrooms; |200 down, take over small monthly payments. Call Batesville. 934-3682. For Rent 5 ROOM duplex with % garage; $10 week. Phone 663-7414. UPSTAIRS 3-room apartment with complete bath. Adults. All Utilities 'furnished. Phone 663•3922. I 35' HOUSETRAILER for rent. Jack Petty, St. Omer. MODERN, unfurnished apartment, 3 large rooms and bath; private entrances; ground floor. Phone 663-6510. NEW THREE-BEDROOM stone home with family room. $100 per month. Phone 663-3643. Financial FARM FINANCING or refinancing, long term mortgage. Contact Raymond Clapp, R. R. 1, phone 6634849. FOR FEDERAL Land Bank Loans, William F. Smith, Room 3, Murphy Building, Tue& day A. M., Thursday P. M., phone 662-5791. Public Sale Dates SATURDAY, August 7 — Public sale of farm equipment and miscellaneous items, 10 miles northwest of Greensburg by Harry McKee. WEDNESDAY, August 11 — Sale of household goods and real estate. Leona Hamilton, corner of Mulberry and Range Street in Westport. FRIDAY, August 13, Holstein Dispersal Sale and dairy equip- rn „„„»„ r ment, located 13 miles northeast SLEEPING ROOM for rent; men i f Greensbur g ; by wmiam L o- only. Mrs. C. W. Shalienberg,' & ' 182 North Michigan, phone 6621681. MODERN apartments and rooms, furnished or unfurnished. Swem Block, 115% East Main (South Side Square). Phone 663-3294. Real Est. For Sale J^vf nr truck tor 3-BEDROOM home in Fairview Addition; 1 year old. Built-in kitchen, family room, 2-car ga- GOOD 15 cu ft. freezer for sale. Phone 663-5643. I sale; also '60 Viking with fee-, rag large lot price j, for quick tory gram bed and hoist; 19631 sa]e phone 6634900 . Chevrolet pickup with long step-! _ bed. Phone Westport 5912848. TOMATOES by the pound, now 'till frost. Greiwes, 1 mile south I '56 CHEVROLET V-8, automatic, on Harris City Road. 2-door; $200. Phone 591-2141. THE FAMILY of Melvin F. Cox tary Service. R. R. 3, Greens- wishes to thank friends, neigh- j bu£g. Phone 662-5574. bors and relatives for the beau- j \VATER WELLS, 36" diameter. tiful flowers, food and other acts drilled and cased. Water sys-1 Lincoln. BACON, Hygrade, 59c lb.; hon- eyloaf, 89c lb.; boiled ham, 99c lb.; Colonial King bread, 2 for LUBRICATION jobs our specialty. Phillips Bros. Mobil Service, Charles and James,. 270 N. 49c; Artie's twin-pack potato Michigan. 662-5173. chips. 39c; Borden's milkshakes, 6 for 59c. Eddie's Market, North of kindness extended during his i tems i ns i a ji ec j. 12" concrete illness and at the time of his; driveway tile. Rose Bros.. Milan passing. Especial thanks to Rev. 654-3452 "or Sunman 623-2466. W. E. Foster. Rev. 0. M. Rayburn, Rev. E. Denton. Dr. Morrison, Dr. Dickson and J. H. Porter & Sons Funeral Home. i estimates. CARPENTER work and paint- 12'xl5' RUG for sale; also tred- dle type sewing machine. Phone 663-6808. In Memoriam interior or exterior. Free W o r k guaranteed i resentative S Robert Bainbridge, phone 663-j Company. I 5816. BEAUTIFUL Baldwin piano, priced right. Call 662-4351, rep- of Riddick Piano FRONT wheel alignment costs • little, means safer driving. Everett's Brake Service, 315 West Third, 662-7593. 1S64 HONDA Scrambler for sale, 250 CC, like new, ?650. Phone 662-4533. GOOD USED TIRES. Goodyear Service Store, West Side Square, phone 662-684L NEW REBUILT generators and IN MEMORY of our mother Eli- i RUGS. CARPETS, upholstery zabeth Wright, who passed) expertly cleaned in your away two--years--ago. and-ourj home. Hilcs Cleancrs.-116 South father, John E. Wright, who' Franklin, phone 662-3041. passed away _thir_teen years_ago. : McCULLOCH and Homelite chain saws, sales and service. Lecher Bros. Machine Shop, R. _ | BATTERIES, for tractors or starterS; 6 and 12 V olt. Stand- rv cars, $7.95 exchange; small | ard transmissions.- Ora Owens, used refrigerator, $35; freezer, ^ Eas t Washington. quart 12c. Moore's Store. truck. Good mechanically. THE CHILDREN Public Notices R 6 phone 663 _ 4929 . AUCTION, Saturday. August ? ; ELECTRIC ~"ROTO~ BUILDING MATERIALS — 50% i phone 591-2973 after 4 p. m. off all stock items — 33% off SEAT CO VERS, $15.95 and up. all tools. Oliger Lumber Com- at 12:30. Household goods and, deans c]o g ged sew ers, drains some antiques. Mary Brenner,; with e ] ec{l .j c knives, no jigging. Napoleon. Andy Huff, Auction-. Free est j mates . Work guaran- pany. 133 South Michigan^ ROOTER | CASH REGISTER for Free installation. C & A Rambler Town. 1407 North Lincoln, sale. I Phone 662-3773. eer. ! teed. Phone 527-2744. Phone 663-4665. RUG and pad. 12'xl3'; Kroehler davenport, good condition; an- 50% OFF list price on new tires; guaranteed new treads, $9.95 exchange. Buy on easy payment tique solid walnut bedstead;! plan. Five Points Tire Company, •""'-- • • • - - ! 119 - S o u t h Michigan, phone THE TELEPHONE number of: STRASBURGER'S Cleaning; si ],g er sewing machine. Mrs. John D. Simmons. R. R. 8.: Company invites you to try I Charles Young, 801 N. Broadway, has been changed to 663-3800. their new and improved clean- Please copy in directory. ' j n g process. KINDERGARTEN, PRIVATE., ODORLESS Dry Cleaning — August 30. Thursa Wasson Ear- j Stains removed completely, gitt, 311 East Central. Phone i We give your .garments very 663-3872. I careful attention. Acra Clean- YOUR NEW Filter Queen ' No phone calls, please. dealer here in Greensburg is , DANCE auto air conditioning.; Donna Edmondson. 1006 North 1 DHv( ' c ' on] — arnve c ° o1 — p FOR FINEST color film processing let Beeson's Rexall Drug Store send direct to Eastman. OUTDOOR FURNITURE—Folding chairs, rockers, chaises, all metal chairs, foam 662-1835. __ Form Column SHIRK'S "TREE " CITY" SUPPLY welcomes you to the Decatur County Fair. See our display of new trucks and tractors there. INSPECT OUR tillage and harvesting machines, etc. on our chairs and chaises, j new lot across from the store. yellow brick, central air conditioner. Phone 663-3687. NEW all brick house in Hillcrest Second Addition—3 bedrooms; 24'xl2' family room; 1% baths; 2-car garage. John Black, 6634777 2-ROOM office suite in Murphy Building. Wheeler, Realtor, phone 662-2022. Real Estate Service SEE SHEL—If you have property to sell. Smith Real Estate, 662-3655 or 662-5921. LAMBERT ABSTRACT CO., established 1870. Efficient service. Pauline Wheeler, Mgr., Murphy Bldg. Phone 662-5653. LISTINGS NEEDED — Farms and small acreages, Raymond Clapp, Realtor, R. R. 1, phone ' 663-4849. NEW HOMES in Hillcrest Addition. Open for your inspection. Turn north at BCA plant. For more information phone 662-8974 or see William Black. gan and Claude Dale. SATURDAY, August 14 — Elmer Jackson, general farm sale, 4 miles south of Greensburg to Road 400S, then one mile east. WEDNESDAY, August 18 — Sale of household goods and personal property of Walter Scheiv- ley, 1131 North Broadway Greensburg. Markets Wednesday, Aug. 4 No. 2 Wheat—Delivered $1.34 bu. No. 2 New Ear Corn- Delivered 98 bu No. 2 New' Shelled Corn- Delivered No. 2 Old Ear Corn— 1.03 bu Delivered 1.12 bu No. 2 Old Shelled Corn- Delivered TO BUY or sell real estate, call j 1.17 bu .80 bu, Shel Smith, Realtor, 663-6882. .Reduced $1,000 IF SOLD AT ONCE! 3-bedroom brick and aluminum j ranch type home in Fairview Addition, less than 2 years old. Extra large well shrubbed lot. Nice family room with fireplace; built-in stove and oven; LISTINGS NEEDED of 2 and 3-bedroom homes. WHEELER, REALTOR PHONE 662-2022 No. 1 New Soybeans- Delivered 2.30 bu INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)— Live- Worst Fire In Century At St. ST. LOUIS, Mo. (UPI) —St. Louis' most destructive fire in nearly a century demolished four buildings and damaged iwo others in a downtown ware- 'iouse district today. Flames raged out of control for more than four hours in a :wo-block area. Minor damage was inflicted on th-3 city's half finished new iowntown sports arena, the sprawling six-story Shapleigh annex building was leveled. Its 10-story smokestack -oppled into the flaming rubble •md two catwalks leading from ;he structure collapsed in flames onto the tracks of the Terminal Railroad. The glow in the night sky could be seen 18 miles from the city. Brisk southerly winds for i time tossed firebrands into "he air, threatening, neighboring buildings. One fireman was overcome by smoke, but not seriously injured, and no major injuries were reported. Most of the buildings in the area were vacant. Officials said it was the worst fire since 1877, when 390 persons perished in a blaze at the old Southern Hotel. The worst fire in the city was believed to have happened in 1849 when 400 buildings and 27 steamboats went up in flames. Assistant Fire Chief Robert Olsen Jr., said the blare apparently started in a building that was being demolished. He said flames leaped to a neighboring vacant warehouse and then to the, Shapleigh building. He said .the blaza was contained within three hours after it broke out. Only minor injuries were reported. stock: Hogs 4,800; barrows and gilts ! steady to strong: closing steady; (200-230 lb 24.75-25.00; 82 head 2515- 1 to 3, 190-250 lb 24.25 . _ : 4<, JL i-v/ v, *«« -n*v -~ Help Wonted j 24.75; 2 and 3, 230-280 lb 23.75- and child care, live in. If mmt-in siove ana oven; i'/2 ""--"-- . —•- — D ~ . baths; unusual amount cabinet teresed please write Box B, c/o ?r, a ™ All morris arp large, beau- Herald Tribune, Batesville, In. All rooms are large, beau tifully decorated and carpeted. 2-car garage. WHEELER, REALTOR PHONE 662-2022 FOR SALE to settle estate — 20 acres in Marion Township, east of Millhousen Road and south of Cobbs Fork. Charles Maple property. For further information contact Ronald Beard, Attorney, 662-4401. 4 ROOM semi-modern with breakfast nook; attached garage; North Broadway. See Sallee, First Federal Building, phones 662-4341, 662-3131. 2 HOMES in Burney, 1 in Milford. See Sallee, First Federal Building, phone 662-4341 or 6623131. Carver, phone 663-6548. SALESMAN WANTED Salary plus commission and fringe benefits. See Mr. E. E. Hooper, . INDIANA GAS .. & WATER CO. ,221 East Main, Greensburg I with MARK IV auto air condi- — i tioning — as low as $269. Repair "i all makes and models, 390 South Franklin Street, phone 662-4301 or 663-3496. Gamble storE!; West side square. SHIRK'S TREE CITY SUPPLY ALLERDEC CAPSULES — It's new! For hay fever and pollen allergy relief; 50 capsules for $1.39, exclusive at HUNTER UNCONDITIONALLY euaran-1 PHARMACY, teed clock ana watcn repair. C. L. LEWIS ST. PAUL FIRST TIME OFFERED ESTABLISHED BUSINESS Variety store in growing community. No competition. Fresh saleable stock. A limited investment can assure you of a good year 'round income. Reason for selling, other interests. Don't miss this chance to become your own boss. Ideal husband and wife operation. Good lease available in number one location. Priced for quick sale. Immediate possession. Write Box G, c/o Daily News. BULLDOZING of all kinds at reasonable prices. Walter Schoettmer and Sons, phone 542-2353 or 663-5115. CARPETS, furniture, walls, floors professionally cleaned to meet your satisfaction and budget. For free estimate call Servicemaster 662-7435. of Greensburg, Greensburg Spotlite Civic Theatre Presents "COME BLOW YOUR HORN" SATURDAY — SUNDAY August 7 and 8 At The K-P Theatre Tickets on sale at all drug stores. Advanced sale price Sl.OO. Get your ticket now. SALESLADY WANTED FULL TIME Age—25 to 50 EXPERIENCE NOT NECESSARY Apply In Person The Fashion Shop South Side Square BE GENTLE, be kind, to that expensive carpet . . . Clean it with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer, $1. Batterton's West Side Drugs. 26" BOY'S bicycle and a set of golf clubs. Phone 663-4679. GOOD used televisions. Ker- Wood, South Side Square. SPINET PIANO, with bench, payments $13.39 per month. Can be seen at our booth at the Greensburg Fair. 926 North Lincoln WANTED — Farm families unhappy about earning 5% on investments, nothing for labor, to visit N. F. 0. Fair Tent. 10 ACRES of good, clean alfalfa hay, ready to cut. Phone 6635052 or between 6 and 7 p. m. call 591-2588. HURRY! HURRY! HURRY! Your Decatur County Co-op feed departments are celebrating the 4-H Fair by a drastic reduction in the price of Purina Hog Chows. This is an off the car price for one ton or more during fair week. Contact the Co-op feed departments at Greensburg, Clarksburg or Letts, or see them Gary Davis' Music Makers Store a t the big Co-op tent at the fair. 2438 Central Avenue Columbus, Indiana HURRY! HURRY! HURRY! SWEET CORN, green beans, tomatoes, cabbage, cucumbers and melons. Charles H. Davis, one mile' north of Westport on State Road 3, phone 591-2343. TREAT rugs right, they'll be a delight if cleaned with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer, $1. Hook's Drug Store. GREEN BEANS, pick your own for a dollar a bushel. Charles H. Davis, one mile north of Westport on State Road 3, phone 5912343. WEDDING invitations and napkins, quick service. Autographic registers, printed forms and other office supplies. Advertising book matches. Meredith's, 209 East Washington. PEACH SPECIAL, for canning. % bushel, 52.49. LaBarbara's Fruit Market, North Lincoln Street. COLOR TV, AM-FM racno, record player combination at cost. EVERSOLE RADIO & TV, 812 East Main. PREVENT hog cholera with TRUE-VAC featuring the safety serum balancer. No feed changes, setbacks or breaks with this safe, low cost method of hog cholera protection. Available at Batterton's West. Side Drugs. FAIR SPECIALS New Farmall cub and mower New 504 Farmall IHC 175 bushel spreader SHIRK'S TREE CITY SUPPLY, INC. 926 N. Lincoln Phone 662-5565 USED EQUIPMENT Super M diesel M diesel 880 Oliver diesel 77 Oliver 720 John Deere diesel Tractor mowers 2 MH corn picker Letz feed grinder WESTPORT IMPLEMENT Your IHC Dealer Joe Harpring Paul McCreary SIX TRUCKS for sale or trade tandems and straight trucks, grain beds and hoists. Phone Westport 591-2848, GARAGES, lake cottages, homes — No money down. Bank financing. Call Earl Anders, 66332. Free estimates. 8 MILES EAST, close to 1-745 room house, garage and 7 lots. Thompson, 663-4473. NEW THREE-BEDROOM stone home, lot 90x200, 1 mile east of Greensburg on Brookville Road. Price $12,000. Phone 6633643. ONE-ACRE building lots, 2 miles east on blacktop. Oakley, 663-3415. GOLD MEDALLION 4-rjedroom 2-story home in Fairview Addition, 2,200 square feet living space, mahogany trim, carpeting, drapes, fireplace, electric heat, many extras. Offers invited, liberal financing available, phone 662-1352. IN FOREST HILL — 6 room house with bath, utility; good well. Phone 663-6117. WANT OFFER — Moving to new home, must sell 9 rooms. Extra large paneled kitchen-dining area, paneled study and game room, complete new bathroom, rugs and drapes included, phone 663-4685. LOTS $100 EACH — This tract is located on the Muscata : tuck River in Jennings County, 40 miles south of Greensburg. Good hunting, fishing and swimming. All lots are at least 50'xlOO' and easily accessible. Send name and full address to S & W Enterprise, Inc., P. 0. Box 315, Indianapolis, Ind. We will mail literature and direc- tjons_to property. Mobile Homes '54 SPORTSCRAFT mobile home, 35'x8". Phone 663-3989. 1964 MOBILE HOME for "sale, SOW, 3 bedrooms, many extras. Phone 662-6764. diana. FORGING hammer men and heat treaters wanted. Apply in person, North Vernon Forge, Inc., North Vernon, Indiana. INSTANT MONEY If you can give us 30 hours per week of your time, we can show 350 lb 22.25-23.25; 350-450 lb 21.0022.25;.-! .to 3,.400-600 lb 20.00- i 21.25. Cattle 1,100; calves 50; steers steady to strong, heifers steady; choice steers 25.25-26.50; load average choice 26.65; good and low choice 24.50-25.25; good 23.00-25.00; standard and low good 20.00-22.75; load average choice heifers 24.25; good 21.00- you how to earn $1,00 and up, 23.00; standard and low good selling the necessities of life. -""" 01 nn - -~-- -^-^ *•« The Almanac By United Press International Schedule your working time to your convenience. Age 25 and up. Car necessary. Contact Mr. Coonfield, 2 to 6 p. m., Wednesday, August 4 or 9 to 11 a. m., . , , 17.00-21.00; cows steady to mostly 50 lower; utility and commercial 13.00-15.25; canners and cutters 11.00-14.00; bulls 50 lower; utility and commercial 16.00-18.00; vealers steady; high Thursday, August 5, at the Holi-jgood and choice 22.00-25.00. day Inn in Columbus. No phone] sheep 700; steady to strong; choice and prime spring lambs 22.50-23.50; good and choice 20.00-22.50. calls, please. BABY SITTER wanted, approximately 34 hours week. Phone 663-7171; HOUSEKEEPER wanted, 2 in family. Give references. Phone 663-5902. BABY SITTER wanted, 3 p. m. to 12:30 a. m. Apply between 8 a. m. and 2 p. m., 320 West Third Street. OFFICE HELP wanted; could use beginner. Give age, qualifications and references in reply to Box S, c/o Daily News. APARTMENT manager, salary, handy, reliable couple, bondable. Write Box M, c/o Greensburg Daily News. Situations Wanted WANT baby sitting work near Burney or Milford. Phone 6637402. BABY SITTING or housekeeping wanted. Good, references. Have own transportation. Write Box H; c/o Daily News. WANT IRONINGS to do by the hour. Phone 662-6933. Bus. Opportunities BUSINESS with local' farmers will increase when farm income exceeds costs. Farm dollar spent locally changes hands seven times. Visit N. F. 0. fair tent for information. GOOD BUSINESS for sale located on busy highway into Greensburg. Call Shel Smith, 662-3655 or 662-5921. Instructions FOR LEASE — New, modern Shell station in Moores Hill. Fully equipped. Small, amount of capital needed. Phone-Aurora 472. insurance INSURANCE —Life, Mortgage, Hospitalization, Income, Group, Retirement. Lambert Dierckman, 105 S. Broadway, phone 663-3220. Trucker Burns To Death in Crash By United Press International Indiana's 1965 traffic toll was at least 817 today, compared with 708 on this date a year ago. Authorities said Merle Tolbert, 47, near West Baden, apparently burned to death Tuesday evening when he lost control of his big tank truck on an Orange County road south of French Lick. They said the vehicle was loaded with gasoline when it rammed a tree and rolled over, bursting into flames. NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE Notice is hereby given that on August 17, 1965, at 9:45 A. M., a public sale, to be conducted pursuant to Indiana law, will be held at Chris Volz Motors, 38 S. Main, Milan, Indiana to sell for cash certain collateral, to wit: 1959 Chevrolet. 2D. Model No. 1837, Serial No. F59N201- 882, held to secure an obligation arising under a security agreement held by General Motors Acceptance Corporation as secured party. The collateral is stored for inspection at Chris Volz Motors, 38 S. Main, Milan, Indiana. Number 031-2205-34791. GENERAL MOTORS ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION D—Aug. 4 NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE Notice is hereby given that on August 17, 1965, at 10:00 A. M., a public sale, to be conducted pursuant to 'Indiana law, will be held at Chris Volz Motors, P. O. Box 68. Milan. Indiana, to sell for cash certain collateral, to wit: 1962 Chey. 2T Cab&CH, held to secure an obligation arising under a security agreement held by General Motors Acceptance Corpora- .tion as secured .party. The coUateral is stored for inspection at Chris Volz Motors, Milan. Indiana. Number 2205-43351. GENERAL MOTORS ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION D—Aug. 4 LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that GMAC wUl sell a 1957 Oldsmobile, Motor No. Serial No. 578M49251 at Sibiic""Auction on August 17. 1965 at 9:30 A. M. at Chris Volz Motors. Milan, Indiana. D—Aug. 4 Today i.s Wednesday, Aug. 4, the iibih day ot 1965 with 149 to follow. The moon is hi its first quarter. • ihe morning stars are Jupiter and Saturn. The evenings stars are Venus and Mars. / Those born today are under the sign of Leo. English poet Percy Shelley was born on this day in 17S2. On this day in history: In 1735, freedom of the press was established when John Zenger, publisher of a New York newspaper, was acquitted of libel. In 1914, England declared war on Germany and the U.S. announced its neutrality. In 1916, the U.S. bought the Virgin Islands from Denmark ior $25 million. In 1955, China released 11 U.S. Air Force fliers after they had been held for more than 2% years after being taken during the Korean conflict. ; A thought for the day—French Gen. Ferdinand Foch said: "My center is giving way. my right is pushed back, situation excellent, I am attacking." Lightning Kills Man on Launch Pad CAPE KENNEDY (UPI) — Lightning hit a crane working on a Saturn-5 moon rocket launch pad Tuesday killing one man and injuring five others. The dead man was identified as A. Trieb, 33. of Mitchell, S. D. One construction worker was hospitalized and four others were treated and released at a base medical center. A spokesman for the Army Corps of Engineers, overseer of the vast space construction underway here, said the men were pouring concrete on the 40-foot level of the launch complex when the lightning struck. The lightning traveled down the crane's cables to a bucket containing wet concrete. The workers were standing near the concrete and were burned and knocked down by the flash. EMERGENCY LANDING SEWARD AFB, Tenn. (UPI) —A .C130 Air Force troop transport plane made an emergency landing here Tuesday night with one of its four engines out of order. Seward AFB spokesmen said no one was injured. They declined to reveal how many passengers were on the plane.

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