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r.»e»el.iirn Hurl 1 Dailv News, Thursday, Aug. 5.1965 PAGE? 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. €c word; additional words, 3c word—Minimum, $1.50. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY First insertion per inch $1.30 Second cons, insertion, inch....$1.25 Third consecutive and there after, per inch $1.20 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 In Memoriam IN MEMORY of William Clark Sr., who passed away one year ago today, August 5, 1964. Dad, has God ever told you. Why He called you so sudden that day? You didn't have time to tell us. That you were going away. Are you happy up there without us? You loved us so dearly \ve know. You would never have left us daddy. If God had not needed you so. We are so lonely here without you. Sometimes we can hardly stay; But we're coming to live with you daddy When God calls for us someday. Sadly missed by WIFE, CHILDREN AND GRANDCHILDREN. OPENING SPECIAL Wednesday through Saturday. '.$8.50 permanent for $6. Shampoo and set, $1'.50. ISABELLE'S BEAUTY SALON 523 West Main Phone 663-7442 TRAVEL relaxed via Miller Tours. Personally escorted. Inquire Decatur Insurance Agency, Decatur County National Bank Building. Business Services CLEANING — Pressing — Dyeing. Modern equipment. . . Expert service. We give every detail personal attention. Acra Cleaners. INTERIOR and exterior painting; paper hanging. We sell paper. Phone 663-5452 or see Harley Hadler. FOR YOUR local and long distance moving needs, call MADDUX. Free estimate. Agent for North American Van Lines. Phone 662-9464. WE CLEAN toilets, septic tanks and cesspools. Godbey Sanitary Service, R. R. 3; Greensburg. Phone 662-5574. WATER WELLS, 36" diameter, drilled and cased. Water systems installed. 12" concrete driveway tile. Rose Bros., Milan 654-3452 or Sunman 623-2466. Public Notices CARPENTER work and painting, interior or exterior. Free estimates. Work guaranteed Robert Bainbridge, phone 6635816. RUGS, CARPETS, upholstery expertly cleaned in your home. Hiles Cleaners, 116 South Franklin, phone 662-3041. McCULLOCH and Homelite chain saws, sales and service. Lecher Bros. Machine Shop, R. AUCTION, Saturday, August 7 R. 6. Phone 663-4929^ at 12:30. Household goods and' some antiques. Mary Brenner, Napoleon. Andy Huff, Auctioneer. THE TELEPHONE number of John D. Simmons, R. R. 8, has been changed to 663-3800. Please copy in directory. KINDERGARTEN, PRIVATE. August 30. Thursa Wasson Hargitt, 311 East Central. Phone 663-3872. 'ELECTRIC ROTO - ROOTER cleans clogged sewers, drains with electric knives, no digging. Free estimates. Work guaranteed. Phone 527-2744. CARPETS a fright? Make them a beautiful sight with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer, $1. Hook's Drug Store. TAPE RECORDERS, $19.95 up. Ker-Wood, South Side Square. FREEZER SALE — 12 cu. ft. to 22 cu. ft., including frost clear models. No payments 'till September. Moore's Store, phone 662-9655. GOOD used televisions, ivo money down, easy terms. Goodyear Service Store, phone 6626841. KNEEHOLE DESK, mahogany top, with chair, $25; Hamilton 60" professional drawing table with attached slide, $60; both like new. Phone 663-7523. CANNERS, ?2.29; toilet seats, $2.99; used sweepers, $20; used G. E. portable TV, $50; used Kenmore automatic washer, $60; used G. E. refrigerator, $30; used Bolen's garden tractor with attachments, $125. Pleak Hardware, 662-3181. GOOD 15 cu ft. freezer for sale. Phone 663-5643: TOMATOES by the pound, now 'till frost. Greiwes, 1 mile south on Harris City Road. BACON, Hygrade, 59c lb.; hon- eyloaf, 89c lb.; boiled ham, 99c lb.; Colonial King bread, 2 for 49c; Artie's twin-pack potato chips, 39c: Borden's milkshakes, 6 for 59c. Eddie's Market, North Lincoln. 12'xl5' RUG for sale; also tred- dle type sewing machine. Phone 663-6808. BEAUTIFUL Baldwin piano, priced right. Call 662-4351, rep- esentative " ----Company. SMOOTHER driving with proper wheel alignment. Everett s Brake Service, 315 West Third, 662-7593. REGISTERED appoloosa gelding (lots of spots), coming 2 years. $125. Other registered horses. Phone 663-3643. 1955 CHEVROLET for sale, goodj R ea | £ s ^ p or condition. Call 663-4872 or 6635770. 1959 CHEVROLET truck for 256 ACRE FARM, north of Millhousen. Modern house, 2 barns sale; also '60 Viking with fac- ' , and tool sheds. Phone 663-4473. tory grain bed arid hoist; 1963 Chevrolet pickup with long step- side bed. Phone Westport 5912848. '56 CHEVROLET V-8, automatic, 2-door: $200. Phone 591-214L_ 1964 HONDA Scrambler for sale, 250 CC, like new, $650. Plione 6624533. semi-modern house for sale; would make 2 nice apartments. Also 1962 Saratoga house- trailer, 10'x56'. Located in Sardinia. Phone 591-3696 or 591-3690. 7-ROOM modern home, 618 North Broadway. Basement, garage. Priced right. Vacant soon. Bennett, 662-8273. .,123 ACRE FARM with 5-room NEW REBUILT generators and j modern house and outbuild- starters, 6 and .12 volt. Standard transmissioLS. Ora Owens, 824 East Washington. '53 FORD F-100 %-ton pickup truck. Good mechanically. ings; 104 acres tillable. Bennett, 662-8273. 3-BEDROOM home in Fairview Addition; 1 year old. Built-in kitchen, family room, 2-car ga- Phone 591-2973 after 4 p. m. I rage; large lot. Priced for quick SEAT COVERS, $15.95 and up.jl 3 ^. Free installation. C & A Rambler Town. 1407 North Lincoln, Phone 662-3773. 50% OFF list price on new tires; guaranteed new treads, $9.95 exchange. Buy on easy payment plan. Five Points Tire Company, 119 S o li t h Michigan, phone 662-1835. IN HILLCREST — 3-bedroom, yellow brick, central air conditioner. Phone 663-3687.. NEW all brick house in Hillcrest Second Addition—3 bedrooms; 24'xl2' family room; \Vz baths; 2-car garage: John Black, 663-4777 Farm Column USED TRACTORS Ready to go, $195-83500 Special Farmall M, $500 Used forage harvesters. $350 to $1050 USED TRUCKS '64 IHC 4-cylinder pickup '63 IHC CO 1700, air brakes '63 IHC 1-ton . NEW HOMES in Hillcrest Addition. Open for your inspection. Turn north at BCA plant. For more information phone 662-8974 or see William Black. NEW THREE-BEDROOM stone home with family room. $100 per month. Phone 663-3643. SLEEPING ROOM for rent; men only. Mrs. C. W. Shallenberg, 182 North Michigan, phone 6621681. MODERN apartments and rooms, furnished or unfurnished. Swem Block, 115% East Main (South Side Square). Phone 663-3294'. 2-ROOM office suite in Murphy Building. Wheeler, Realtor, phone 662-2022. WEDNESDAY, August 18 —Public Sale of personal property and farm equipment. Harry L. Baker, 6 miles west Greensburg on Highway 46 to Road 550W, first crossroad west of Dance Service Station, then 2 miles north, follow arrows. 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 6634849. TO BUY or sell real estate, call Earl Anders, Salesman for Shel Smith, Realtor, 663-6882. LISTINGS NEEDED of 2 and 3-bedroom homes. WHEELER, REALTOR PHONE 662-2022 Help Wanted STRASBURGER'S Cleaning Company invites you to try their new and improved cleaning process. DANCE auto air conditioning. Drive cool — arrive cool — with MARK IV auto air condi- Franklin Street, phone 6624301 or 663-3496. YOUR NEW Filter Queen j tionin g — as low as $269. Repair dealer here in Greensburg is' a11 makes and models, 390 South —- __ ° Tj'»'I-l>"l1'1-1*1 C4- \tf\n4- -nlon-n.-. /?/?O (tOill Donna Edmondson, 1006 North Carver, phone 663-6548. MY OFFICE telephone number has been changed to 662-2895. D. R. Ford, Lawyer. PRIZES — derby lthrough~A£ J BULLDOZING of all kinds at gust until Labor Day. Joy Fish- reasonable prices. Walter UNCONDITIONALLY guaranteed clock ana watcn repair. C. L. LEWIS ST. PAUL ing Lakes, 4 miles southeast of New Point. Personals 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. JOIN THE FUN AT LAKE McCOY • Swimming • Boating • Cabins • Fishing • Playground Area • Picnicking • Picnic Hall—Ideal For Reunions, Church Picnics, Social Gatherings • Trailer Space Available 4 Miles East of Greensburg on Road 46—Phone 663-5257. FIRST TIME OFFERED ESTABLISHED BUSINESS Variety store in growing community. No competition. Fresh saleable stock. A limited investment can assure you of a good yeor '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. Schoettmer and Sons, phone 542-2353 or 663-5115. MONUMENTS, markers, and cemetery lettering. Smith Monument Works, North Broadway. Phone 6624785. LOWEST PRICE EVER on double and triple track windows. Wingham Window Company, phone 663-3968. BUILDING MATERIALS - 50% off all stock items — 33% off all tools. Oliger Lumber Company, 133 South Michigan. CASH REGISTER for sale. Phone 6634665. BE GENTLE, be kind, to that expensive carpet . . . Clean it with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer, $1. Batterton's West Side Drugs. SPINET PIANO, with bench, payments $13.39 per month. Can be seen at our booth at the Greensburg Fair. Gary Davis' Music Makers Store ^L^rugs^ _ '59 Ford 250 pickup '57 IHC UF 190 tandem tractor '57 Chevrolet tandem '57 Studebaker, 12 ft. bed, hoist '57 IHC Travelall '56 Jeep truck '55 IHC pickup '50 Chevrolet pickup '49 Dodge 3 4 ton '58 Plymouth station wagon SHIRK'S TREE CITY SUPPLY. INC. 926 N. Lincoln Phone 662-5565 ' ertv - For further information contact Ronald Beard, Attorney, INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK By United Press International Hogs 4,500; barrows and gilts steady to strong, instances 25 higher; 1 and 2, 200 to 230 lb. 24.75-25.00; 39 head 25.10; 1 to 3, 190-265 lb. 24.25-24.75; 2 and 3, 240-275 lb. 24.00-24.35; sows steady to 25 higher; 1 to 3, 280350 lb. 22.25-23.25; 350450 lb. 21.25- 22.50; 2 and 3 400-600 lb. 20.25-21.75. Cattle 800; calves 50; steers and heifers ;steady; choice steers 25.25-26.00; 2 loads choice 26.25; high good and low choice 24.50-25.25; good 23.00-25.00; standard and low good 20.00- FOR SALE to settle estate — 20 terested please write Box B, c/o h e jf e ' rs 23 00-24 00- good 21 00- acres in Marion Township, east Herald Tribune, Batesville, In- 23 00; standard' and low good of Millhousen Road and south of "' — Cobbs Fork. Charles Maple prop- Reduced $1,000 IF SOLD AT ONCE! . 3-bedroom brick and aluminum 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; 1% baths; unusual amount cabinet space. All rooms are large, beautifully decorated and carpeted. 2-car garage. WHEELER, REALTOR PHONE 662-2022 WANT A CHALLENGING CAREER? We have an immediate opening in this area selling Wynn's Friction Proofing Products. Over 200 active accounts. Send resume to Hart Distributing Co., Inc., 3801 East 32nd Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. YOUNG MEN wanted, 16 or over, to help take down carnival rides. Apply Saturday night at fairgrounds. WEDNESDAY, August 18 — Sale of household goods and personal property of Walter Scheiv- ley, 1131 North Broadway, Greensburg. FRIDAY, August 20 — Public Sale of farm equipment and household goods. F. Wayne Pleak', 8 miles south of Greensburg. Markets Thursday, Aug. 5 No. 2 Wheat—Delivered $1.34 bu. No. 2 New Ear Corn- Delivered 98 bu. No. 2 New Shelled Corn- Delivered 1.03 bu. No. 2 Old Ear Corn- Delivered 1.12 bu. No. 2 Old Shelled Corn- Delivered .1.17 bu. No. 2 New Oats- Delivered 80 bu. No. 1 New Soybeans- Delivered 2.29 bu. FULL TIME help for housework . I and child care, live in. If in- VETERINARY Serums, vaccines, medications and instru- 662-4401. 2438 Central Avenue Columbus, Indiana ments ' of highest character * GARAGES, lake cottages, homes available at Batterton's West ' ~ No money down. Bank financing. Call Earl Anders, 6636882. Free estimates. SWEET CORN green beans, to- HURRY! HURRY! HURRY! j Your Decatur County Co-op | feed departments are celebrating Fair by a drastic reduc- - matoes, cabbage, cucumbers ! tion in the price of Purina Hog - and melons. Charles H. Davis, one mile north of Westport on diana. 119.00-21.00; cows steady; utility FORGING hammer men and and commercial 13.00-15.25; few heat treaters wanted. Apply in! 15.50; canners and cutters 11.00- person, North Vernon . Forge, j 14.00; bulls- weak; utility and Inc., North Vernon, Indiana. j commercial 16.00-17.25; vealers RARY STTTFR wanted annroxi i steady; high good and choice B Sly34*hou^ we'e'k^Ze 22.00-25.50; standard and good 663-7171. NEW THREE-BEDROOM stone home, lot 90x200, 1 mile east of Greensburg on Brookville Road. Price $12,000. Phone 663- ......... _______ o Chows. This' is an off the car ^643. ______ price for one ton or more during ONE-ACRE building lots, 2 f,, , T5 , <j , - o fA **-*- AV/1 W11V- LVil W UlUiC UUJ.Jllg V_*.L1 J_J-.iw4.t.LJ M uliUUJ £ 4V13, £t Mate Koad 3, phone 591-2343. j fair week contact the Co-op feed miles east on blacktop. Oakley, GREEN BEANS, pick your own for a dollar a bushel. Charles H. Davis, one mile north of Westport on State Road 3, phone 5912343. 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, IVz miles west Napoleon. For Sale ADJUSTABLE window screens; screen wire; screen door springs, hooks and hinges; also storm doors. Gamble Store, West Side Square. TRICOMIN ELIXIR - It's new. For hay fever and pollen allergy relief, $1.39, exclusively at HUNTER PHARMACY. FOR FAST RELIEF of bronchial asthma and hay fever, use Rexall Asma-kets A. H., 24 tablets $1.19. Beeson's Rexall Drug Store. 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, $2.49. LaBarbara's Fruit Market, North Lincoln Street. COLOR TV, AM-FM racno, record player combination at cost. EVERSOLE RADIO & TV, 812 East Main. departments at Greensburg, Clarksburg or Letts, or see them at the big Co-op tent at the fair. HURRY! HURRY! HURRY! 663-3415. USED EQUIPMENT Super M diesel M diesel 880 Oliver dissel 77' Oliver 720 John Deere diesel Tractor mowers 2 MH corn picker Letz feed grinder WESTPORT IMPLEMENT Your IHC Dealer Joe Harpring Paul McCreary GOLD MEDALLION 4-bedroom 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. SINGER ZIG-ZAU 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 6634635 or 662-5394. DON'T WORRY with sluggish septic tank or slow basement drain. Get Klean-Em-All Sewer and Septic Tank Cleaner at Pulse Lumber. Chicken Supper Saturday Evening 6:30 TO 9 P. M. $1 A PLATE DANCE 9:30 To 1. Music By Denzil JBogue Rhythm Makers. EAGLES HALL 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 $1.00. Get your ticket now. 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 SIX TRUCKS for sale or trade tandems and straight trucks, grain beds and hoists. Phone Westport 591-2848. STONE, LIME and fertilizer, Also gravel products. Immediate delivery. Virgil Haskamp, phone 663-4388. NEW EQUIPMENT 42 ft. augers Elevators Harvest handlers 16, 18 and 20 ft. augers Self-propelled combines Mix grinders and mills THURSTON IMPLEMENT & SUPPLY 421 Northwest Phone 663-5191 Wanted WANT to design and install hot water and warm air heating system in your home. Call Osgood 675-6001 for free estimate Phillips Petroleum Company, Osgood, Indiana. WANT to rent nice, modern home with garage in the country. Phone 6634155 WANT TO BUY used furniture, complete home or odd pieces Phone Waldron 525-6155. FEATHERHEDS" wantedTduck and goose. Also antiques and miscellaneous. Write Milton O'Neal, Route 4, Box 212, Rushville. Give location, will call. Automotive MOBIL TIRES and batteries Phillips Bros. Mobil Service, Charles and James, 270 North Michigan, 662-5173. LIMESTONE, crushed stone, sand and gravel for sale. Redelman Bros., R. R. 7, Greensburg. Phone 663-6001. 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 6634685. 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'xlOD' and easily accessible. Send name and full address to S & W Enterprise, Inc., P. 0. Box 315, Indianapolis, Ind. We will mail literature and directions to property. HOUSEKEEPER wanted, 2 in family. Give references. Phone 663-5902. 16.00-21.00. Sheep 500; steady to 25 higher; good and choice spring lamb 22.50-23.75; few 24.00; other good land choice 20.00-22.50. Indiana Sales Tax Produces $145 Million INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)—Indiana's 2 per cent sales tax provided more than $145.4 million during the fiscal 1964-65, or $30.99 for each man, woman and child in the state. . State Revenue Commissioner William L. Fortune Wednesday announced a departmental report showing a total of ?558.6 million in revenue collected during the fiscal year, with the net revenue figure $87.2 million, or 18.5 per cent, more than a year ago. Fortune warned, however, that figure could be misleading, since the sales tax was in effect for only eight months of the 1963-64 fiscal year. Excluding the sales tax, the Jepartment collected $413.2 mil- ion in revenue during the last fiscal year compared with 5401.7 million the previous year. Of the total, the adjusted gross income tax provided ?247,531,479, compared with $246,483,083 in 1963-64, Fortune said, though Revenue Department figures will vary somewhat with Budget Department figures due to a different way of handling the tax. Income Tax "If is notable there was still a .43 of a per cent increase in income tax net collection for fiscal 1965 as the department refunded over $20 million under the sales tax credit which was done for the first time in 1965," Fortune said. The sales tax total of $145,423,595 compared with the eight-month .total in the previous year of 169,712.316. The $6 credit was allowed each person to compensate for the sales tax on food and drugs. Fortune said another $11 million was deducted for property tax relief to local communities. The legislature deducted the sum from corporation income tax collections for the relief Fortune said. Motor fuel taxes were the next highest source'of income, at $117.6 million, up from £112 4 million in 1964. BABY SITTER wanted, 3 p. m. to 12:30 a. m. Apply between 8 a. m. and 2 p. m., 320 West Third Street. APARTMENT manager, salary, Theft ^Continued from Page One) ities the electrical control wa Situations Wanted handy, reliable couple, bond- not working and he had never able. Write Box M, c/o Greens-1 been able to fi § ure out how *" burg Daily News. °P en li Authorities, after booking Johnson and Jackson, securec help to open the trunk where they said they found, among oth- ^r things: A tool box and tools WANT baby sitting work near which investigators said hac Burney or Milford. Phone 663- been identified as those taken 7402. ' WANT to care for children in my home. 467 South Monfort Street. [from a tool shed on the Wayne BABY SITTING or housekeep- Schlichter property three weeks ago; a chain hoist, which they said had been identified as the one stolen from the south side of the Sandusky school sometime after 1 a. m. Wednesday; and an , , electric saw, hand saw and ham- GOOD BUSINESS for sale lo-1 mer> which authorities said had ing wanted. Good references. Have own transportation. Write Box H, c/o Daily News. Bus. Opportunities cated 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 Mobile Homes ^Animals, Poultry TOY FOX TERRIER puppies, $15. Phone 527-2711. PUREBRED Corriedale ram for sale. Charles L. Lewis, St. Paul, phone Waldron 525-6050. SADDLE HORSES; new and used saddles; pony carts and harness. Forrest Garrett, Westport, phone 591-3661. REGISTERED miniature Poodles, miniature Dachshunds; Toy Fox Terriers; Chihuahuas; Cocker Spaniels. Hilltop Kennels, 6 miles south Versailles, State Road 129. Phone 667-3308. STARTED 'DEKALB Pullets, 20 weeks old August 16. Stanley Ertel, R. R. 3, Osgood, phone UL24417. BASSET HOUND puppies, AKC. Robert Connerly, Rushville, phone 932-2719. ,v REGISTERED GERMAN Shepherd female pups; top quality prices cut, $25-$30. Phone Arlington, Indiana 663-2541. '63 MOBILE HOME, 50'xlO', 2 bedrooms. Located at Alexander's Trailer Court. Phone 6635994. '54 SPORTSCRAFT mobile home, 35'x8". Phone 663-3989. 1964 MOBILE HOME for sale, 50'xl7', 3 bedrooms, many extras. Phone 662-6764. 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 PRIVATE, furnished, first floor, 3-room apartment; close in; nice. Call 662-5691. 5 ROOM duplex with % garage; $10 week. Phone 663-7414. UPSTAIRS 3-room apartment with complete bath. Adults. All utilities -furnished. Phone 6633922 35' HOUSETRAILER for .rent. Jack Petty, St. Omer. MODERN, unfurnished apartment, 3 large rooms and bath; private entrances; ground floor. Phone 663-6510. INSURANCE —Life, Mortgage, Hospitalization, Income, Group, Retirement. Lambert Dierckman, 105 S: Broadway, phone 663-3220. 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, Tuesday 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 equipment, located 13 miles northeast of Greensburg; by William Logan and Claude Dale. been identified as those stolen from the Brown farm. The gasoline cans, which led to the arrests, were also identified by Robert Dale Brown as those taken from his mother's farm. Deputy Tucker said there were milk cartons, similar to those reported taken a couple of weeks ago from a milk truck belonging to Rob-art Koehne of R. R. 6, in the weeds near the gasoline cans. Investigators said they also found in the trunk a roll of copper tubing, a transistor radio, another tool box an assortment of tools. Deputy Tucker said the investigation is continuing and that he was to confer this afterno.on with Charles S'cott, acting prosecutor in the absence of Prosecuting Attorney Karl Walker, who is attending Wayne. a meeting at Fort The investigating officers said the gasoline cans were found in a weed patch some 200 feet north of the abandoned house where Jackson formerly lived. SATURDAY, August 14 — Elmer Jackson, general farm sale, 4 miles south of Greensburg to Road 400S,.then one mile east. Reports Husband Missing 12 Days Mrs. William Wolf of Alert reported to the Sheriff's Department here Wednesday that her 57-year-old husband had been missing for 12 days. She explained she had not seen or heard from him since he went to Bloomington, where he was reportedly seen the afternoon of July 24. Mrs. Wolf described her husband as five feet, eight inches tall, weighing about 200 pounds, brown eyes and thin black hair. He was wearing a dark suit and white shirt. Cigarette taxes produced ?26,942,068 during the last fiscal year, compared to $23,258,891 '-he year before. The remainder of the total revenue collected in- ^uded $9.6 million from intangible taxes; ?9.5 million in in- neritance taxes; §1,810,206 in petroleum severance fees, and o.lOO in employment agency fees. Fort Wayne Policeman Kills Man FORT WAYNE, Ind. (UPI)_ Frank Murph, 34, Cincinnati was shot to death today when he resisted a policeman's efforts to arrest him. Patrolman Roger Ember said he fired a shot intending to wound Murph as Murph reached inside his shirt. Ember said he feared the man had a gun. Ember said he tried to arrest Murph for investigation of intoxication. But he said Murph resisted, broke away, kept clawing at his shirt as if trying to reach a hidden weapon. "Shoot me if you want to, I'm not going to stop," witnesses quoted Murph as saying as he ran from Ember. When the of- :icer caught him, Murph grabbed at Ember's gun, which discharged, the bullet narrowly mising the policeman. Murph broke lose again and ran, and Ember fired a warn- -ng shot before aiming at Murph with a shot which pierced his leart. Police said Murph had no gun but apparently was trying to protect a half-pint, bottle of whisky he carried under his shirt. Hoosier Woman Is Drowning Victim NEW ORLEANS (UPI) — Mrs. Jeanne Manzcur, 30, Anderson, nd., drowned in a yacht harbor here Wednesday, apparently after a fall from a boat Mrs. Manzcur was reported missing from the deck of a moored cabin cruiser just before she her 8-year-old daughter were o go for a cruise with friends. Authorities said Mrs. Manz- cur's cigarettes an dlighter were ound on the deck of an al- oining boat and police believed she probably tried to grab the next boat as she fell into the ivater. She could not swim, Divers •ecovered the body in 12 feet,of water.

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