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Greensburg flnd.l Daily News, Tuesday. Aug. 17,1965 PAGES Your Classified Ad On This Page Goes Into 5,816 Homes-Phone 663-3113 •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, 5c 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 SI .20 Deadline for placing classified ad on day of publication, 10:30 a. m. Saturday, 10 a. m. Classified Display ads one tour earlier. To Place Your Ads Phone 663-3113 Card of Thanks OUR SINCERE thanks to our many friends for the calls, cards and gifts, to everyone who helped serve at the reception, and all others who helped in so many ways to make our golden wedding anniversary such a memorable occasion. MR. AND MRS. ROY SWANGO WE WISH to thank our friends, neighbors and relatives for the many acts of kindness, also for j the food, cards and floral tributes extended at the time of the passing of our husband and I father, Charles Murphy. We also | wish to thank Dr. E. A. Porter, | Dr. Dickson, Rev. Philbeck, Bass Funeral Home, the Missionary Circle of the Sardinia Baptist Church, the EUB Ladies Aid and the pallbearers. MRS. BONNIE MURPHY AND CHILDREN Public Notices MY OFFICE will be open as usual during vacation, August 16 through August 27, 9 a. m. 'til 2:30 p. m. For any quotes or information dial 662-8622 for direct line to Columbus. James Conwell UNCONDITIONALLY guaranteed clock ana watcti repair. C. L. LEWIS ST. PAUL WE CLEAN toilets, septic tanks and cesspools. Godbey Sanitary Service, R. R. 3; Greensburg. Phone 662-5574. CARD PARTY, Wednesday, August 18, 8 p. m., Knights of Columbus Hall. Sponsored by Democrat Men and Women's Club. Public invited. EVENING AUCTION — Household goods. Thursday, August 19, 4:30. Early American living rom suite; Early American color TV; Tell City hardrock maple dinette set; other excellent items. F. Edward Best, North Park Addition, Taylorsville. Lewis Beesley, Auctioneer. KINDERGARTEN, PRIVATE. August 30. Thursa Wasson Hargitt, 311 East Central. Phone '•63-3872. PRIZES — derby through August until Labor Day. Joy Fishing Lakes, 4 miles southeast of New Point. WATER WELLS, 36" diameter, drilled and cased. Water systems installed. 12" concrete driveway tile. Rose Bros., Milan 654-3452 or Sunman 623-2466. 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. R. 6. Phone 6634929. Personals BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIAL Permanents — For' regular hair. $5; for tinted or bleached hair, $8.50. Offer good through August. Isabelle's Beauty Salon 523 W. Main Ph. 663-7442 Lost and Found LOST or Strayed — Black Angus bull; Sunday; vicinity Sandcreek Baptist Church, Road 421 south. J. T. Shaw, 663-6674. Try Gildersleeve Single Cross Extra Profit Corn In 1966 Look over our demonstration plot on Road 3 just north of Int. 74 on east side of road. Order now before it is sold out. PAUL RICHARDS Phone 663-5739 Business Services _ WORLD~FAMOUS" SlrviceMalf- ter home care cleaning of carpets, furniture, walls and floors. For free estimate call Service- Master of Greensburg, 662-7435. FOR~YOURlocal andTong~dis- tance moving needs, call MADDUX. Free estimate. Agent for North American Van Lines. Phone 662-9464. INTERIOR and exterior painting; paper hanging. We sell paper. Phone 663-5452 or see Harley Hadler. STRASBURGER'S Cleaning Company invites you to try their new and improved cleaning process. ELECTRIC ROTO - ROOTER cleans clogged sewers, drains with electric knives, no digging. Free estimates. Work guaranteed. Phone 527-2744. BUILDING MATERIALS - 50% off all stock items — 33% off all tools. Oliger Lumber Com pany, 133 South Michigan. SWEET CORN, green beans, tomatoes, cabbage, cucumbers and melons. Charles H. Davis, one mile north of Westport on State Road 3, phone 591-2343. _ BEAUTIFUL Baldwin piano, priced right. Call 662-4351, representative of Riddick Piano Company. LOSE WEIGHT safely with Dex- A-Diet Tablets. Only 98c at your 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. 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 BULLDOZING of ail kinds at reasonable prices. Walter Schoettmer and Sons, phone 542-2353 or 663-5115. MONUMENTS, markers, and cemetery lettering. Smith Monument Works, North Broadway. Phone 662-4785. LOWEST PRICE EVER on double and triple track windows. Wingham Window Company, phone 663-3968. Wonted WANT to rent 3-bedroom modern home. Phone Columbus 3727271, extension 398. WANT to rent 5 or 6-room house in or near Greensburg; reasonable. Phone 663-4821 or 6634406. WE NOW DO expert mimeographing. No job too large, none too small. Pauline Wheeler, phone 662-5653 or 662-2022. USED PIANOS wanted. Write directions to: 404 Kessling, Muncie, Indiana or call collect 282-1108. YOUR Home Laundry — We do your washings — ironings. The Launderette, 115 North Anderson, phone 662-7202. Employes Wanted Production Mechanical Maintenance Electrical Maintenance Steady Employment; Good Pay, Benefits, Opportunity and Work Conditions. Applications confidentially considered. Employment Office Open 8 a. m. to 4:30 p. m. Each Monday Through Friday Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co., Works 50 Elizabeth St., Shelbyville, Ind. An Equal Opportunity Employer CLEARANCE SALE ON ALL, JOHNSON OUTBOARD MOTORS AND STARCRAFT BOATS IN STOCK MEEK'S MARINE LAKE SANTEE Open 3 p. m. to 7 p. m. SAW CHAIN sprockets for any make saw. Several used saws. Leslie Wilson, 1% miles west Napoleon. ODORLESS Dry Cleaning — Stains removed completely. We give your garments very careful attention. Acra Cleaners. For Sale WANT TO BUY used iurniture, complete home or odd pieces. Phone Waldron 525-6155. 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. ATTENTION HOG FEEDERS Do you need a complete hog ration delivered to your farm? Your Co-op feed department can formulate a hog ration of any protein level from No. 2 corn and Farm Bureau Co-op hog supplement. The price per ton will surprise you. Contact your CO-OP FEED DEPARTMENTS Greensburg—Clarksburg—Letts 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 . 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 Animols, Poultry HAMPSHIRE boars and gilts. Kenwood Farms, mile'west on 46 after St. Leon Interchange on Interstate 74. GELDING PONY for sale. Phone 527-2711 or 527-2471. GOOD selection of Poland China boars, ready for service. John and Wray Fox, 4 miles north of Shelbyville on Airport Road. FEATHEREEDS wanted, duck Phone Ex 8 . 9960 and goose. Also antiques and .. Tr , TTO ,^,, lr , -^—; T~ miscellaneous. Write Milton 2 ANGUS COWS wito calves for 6-ROOM semi-modern house for sale, large lot. Call Napoleon UL 2-4524 after 5 p. m. WE HAVE 2 fine, well located homes on large, beautiful lots, whose owners are leaving town and want to get relocated before school starts. REALISTICALLY PRICED! WHEELER, REALTOR PHONE 662-2022 IN HILLCREST — 3-bedroom, yellow brick, central air conditioner. Phone 663-3687. NEW all brick house In Hffl- crest Second Addition—3 bedrooms; 24'xl2' family room; 1% baths; 2-car garage; John Black, 663-1777 , ing, 6634703. Situations Wanted EXPERIENCED married farm) ¥};_;• F7/*/•/>!• hand wanted. Ralph Schwer- UIXIC f WVl ma Kf&AIPR ^ _ "Retiring" Next Month CENTRAL Business College graduate desires a secretarial position in the Greensburg area. Phone 542-2224. WANT baby sitting or housekeeping. Good references. Have own transportation. Write Box 0, c/o Daily News. Bus. Opportunities GOOD BUSINESS for sale located on busy highway into Greensburg. Call Shel Smith, 662-3655 or 662-5921. NEW HOMES in Hillcrest Addition. Open for your inspection. Turn north at BCA plant. For more information phone 662-8974 or see William Black. insurance FOR SALE to settle estate — 20 acres hi Marion Township, east of Millhousen Road and south of Cobbs Fork. Charles Maple property. For further information contact Ronald Beard, Attorney, 662-4401. GARAGES, lake cottages, homes — No money down. Bank financing. Call Earl Anders, 6636882. Free estimates. 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. Mobile Homes 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 WEDNESDAY, August 18 — Sale of household goods and personal property of Walter Scheiv- ley, 1131 North Broadway, Greensburg. 1964 48'xl6' MOBILE HOME, 3 bedrooms, large carpeted living room. Alexander's Trailer Court. Phone 662-6764. For Rent O'Neal, Route 4, Box 212, Rushville. Give location, will call. Automotive COMBINATION Admiral color TV, AM-FM radio, 4-speed hi- fi; regular $995, now $749. Eversole Radio & TV, 662-1252. '50 FORD Tudor, straight stick, $60. Roy Caplinger, R. R. 2, Greensburg, phone 663-4744. WE FILL witrTa~wffl! Phillips Bros. Mobil Service, Charles and James, 270 North Michigan, 662-5173. sale. Phone 663-3877. FURNISHED apartment for rent, 3 rooms, bath, large j storage room. Very nice furni- ' ture. Suitable for 3. Call at 528 North Carver Street. 100 WHITEFACE western breeding ewes; also registered ram; spotted saddle mare. Phone 6633135. 9 ANGUS cows calves. J. B. and 7 Angus Bartholomew, 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. ATLANTA (UPI) — The Dixie Flyer, one of the nation's first long - distance, crack passenger trains, makes its last run from Atlanta to Evansvffle, Ind., on Sept. 21, officials announced. The Flyer is succumbing to "very substantial losses" in revenue, according to the Louisville & Nashville Railroad. The Dixie was established in 1885 when Atlanta was one of the major railroad capitals of the world and carried passengers in luxury and comfort on its regular 750-mile, 20-hour run between the Dixie city and EvansvUle. During World War II, the Flyer's big yellow jacket steam engines p u lied some of the longest and heaviest military trains of the period. Officials said that declining business had forced it to cut back on the tram's service since the war. Mail was transferred to other trains and fewer runs were scheduled. Fi from OUT LES FRIDAY, August 20 — Public Sale of farm equipment and^ household goods. F. Wayne] Pleak, 8 miles south of Greensburg. second crossroad south Sardinia on Road 3. 37 MIXED weanling pigs ior sale. Willard Einhaus, R. R. NICE 2 ROOM HOUSE FOR SALE This almost new 12'xl2' house, is ready to occupy, when moved. Has aluminum siding; aluminum storm door; finished plywood paneling on walls; rubber tiled floor; new lavatory and commode; water heater; built-in cabinet; electric hot plate; electric clock. Fully insulated. Plumbing and electric circuit ready to hook up; $1.000 buys it. as is. May be inspected any time. WRITE BOX N, C/O DAILY NEWS YOU SAVE 25 C CLASSIFIED AD SPECIAL On Classified Ads Placed Thursday, Friday and Saturday, August 19, 20 and 21 ANY AD OF 15 WORDS OR LESS, ON USED SCHOOL BOOKS OR USED CLOTHING 3 DAYS, ONLY To Place Your Ad, Call Marie At 663-3113 BOY'S like new 26" Schwinn bi- GOOD USED TIRES. Goodyear cycle; also boy's extra nice! Service Store, West Side clothes, sizes 10 and 12. Phone! Square, phone 662-6841. 663 ' 3494 - ' 1965 SEARS~Allstate motorcycle^ 250cc engine, 3 months old. Take over payments. Save $100. Phone Napoleon UL 2-4318. SHELL-OUT BEANS for sale, $2 bushel. Delorse Tempest, phone 591-2503. WHEEL alignment adds miles to] L Westport, phone 591-2967. the life of tires. Everett's' 'Brake Service, 315 West Third, ' 662-7593. GOOD young cow with month old calf for sale. Phone 6633945. 1,000 GALLON butane gas tank; '53 FORD F-100 %-ton pickup Siegler 88 gas heater; 3 gas | truck. Good mechanically. space heaters. Phone 591- 2532. 2 COATS, girls', sizes 6 and 8, excellent condition; dresses, sizes 7 to 10. Mrs. David Ardery, 662-3993. Phone 591-2973 after 4 p. m. SEAT COVERS, $15.95 and up Free installation. C & A Rambler Town. 1407 North Lincoln, Phone 662-3773. OUTDOOR FURNITURE—Folding chairs, rockers, chaises, all metal chairs, foam filled pads for chairs and chaises. Gamble Store, West Side Square. TAKE soil away the Blue Lustre way from carpets and upholstery. Rent electric shampooer, $1. Batterton's West Side Drugs. RUBINSTEIN'S once a "year Beauty Sale — Save up to 44%.' Beeson's Rexall Drug Store. 50% OFF list price on new tires; guaranteed new treads, $9.95 exchange. Buy on easy payment plan. Five Points Tire Company, 119 South Michigan, phone 662-1835. NEW REBUILT generators and starters, 6 and 12 volt. Stand ard transmissions. Ora Owens, 824 East Washington. Farm Column FREIGHT DAMAGED — 16.1 cu. ft. frost-free 2-door refrigera-j tor. SAVE $135. Ker-Wood, South I Side Square. ALLERDEC CAPSULES — It's new! For hay fever and pollen allergy relief; 50 capsules for $1.39. exclusive at HUNTER PHARMACY. EXTRA GOOD John Deere 30 combine and two 1-thousand bushel wire cribs. John and Wray Fox, 4 miles north of Shelbyville on Airport Road. Phone EX 8-9960. 20" LASKO FANS, $17.88; 5- year guarantee. Pleak Hardware, 662-3181. SORRY SAL is now a merry! gal. She used Blue Lustre rugi and upholstery cleaner. Rent electric shampooer, $1. Hook's Drug Store. ATTENTION FARMERS Sell your old soybeans now. We will receive old soybeans Thursday and Friday, August 19 and 20. SARDINIA ELEVATOR Harvey Sharp and Sons Phone 591-7412 BORDEN'S milk, 69c gallon; Eckrich wieners, 59c pkg.; Hygrade bacon, 59c lb.; boiled ham, 99c lb.; Wonder buns, ham- 1 burger or hotdog, 2 packages for 49c. Eddie's Market, North Lincoln. KENTUCKY WONDER green beans for sale. Phone 663-3723. SEWING MACHINE '65 AUTOMATIC ZIG-ZAG In lovely walnut cabinet. Only 6 months old and in perfect condition. Take up payments of §5.65 monthly or pay full price of $36.98. Makes decorative designs, sews on buttons, makes buttonholes and fancy zig-zag work. Guaranteed. Call 663-4635 or 662-5394 (Dealer). NEW TRACTORS Be sure to come in and see IHC's latest models. The new 4-plow Farmall 656 and the new IHC 3-plow 424. Special — No finance charges until April 1, 1966 on new tractors or combines. CORN AND BEAN COMBINES Before you buy let us show you the latest in IHC combines and the 2890 Minneapolis Moline combine. Terms up to 4 years. No finance charges until April 1, 1966. SHIRK'S TREE CITY SUPPLY, INC. 926 N. Lincoln Phone 662-5565 2 MALE BEAGLE pups for sale, 3% months old; AKC registered; excellent stock. Phone Batesville 934-2566. 85 HENS for sale, 1 year old. Arnold Probst, R. R. 7, Greensburg, phone 663-6313. REGISTERED miniature Poodles, miniature Dachshunds; Toy Fox Terriers; Chihuahuas; Cocker Spaniels. Hilltop Kennels, 6 miles south Versailles, State Road 129. Phone 667-3308. Real Est. For Sale 3-BEDROOM modern in Edgewood Acres. Carpeted throughout; drapes; built-in range; refrigerator; dryer; full basement with 2-car garage. Immediate possession. Oakley, 663-3415. 300 ACRE Rush County dairy farm for rent; milk parlor,] pipeline bulk tank; automatic washer. January 1 possession. Phone Milroy 629-2693. SLEEPING ROOM for rent; men only. Mrs. C. W. Shallenberg, 182 North Michigan, phone 6621681. SATURDAY, August 21 — Hog Sale. Benton F. Judy, 1% miles north of Hope on Highway 9. MOD.ERN apartments and rooms, furnished or unfurnished. Swem Block, 115% East Main (South Side Square). Phone 663-3294. 2-ROOM office suite in Mury Building. Wheeler, Realtor, WEDNESDAY, August 25—Public Sale of livestock, farm equipment and household goods. Claude Ponsler, 15 miles southwest of Greensburg. THURSDAY, August 26 — Public Sale of farm equipment of Sherman Fulton, 15 miles southwest of Greensburg. FRIDAY, August 27 — Public Sale of household goods and Real Estate Service LISTINGS NEEDED of 2 and 3-bedroom homes, farms and small acreages. Jack Bennett, 662-8273. Aug. 17, 1950 Mrs. L. J. Alexander, 34, former resident of Greensburg, died at Danville, HI. Remains were brought here for the funeral and burial. William Forkert, 80, expired at his home in the Smyrna community. Mr. and Mrs. 'Harve Carpenter of St. Paul returned from a trip to the Smoky Mountains. Announcement was made of the Aug. 12 marriage of Miss Virginia McConnaughey of Cincinnati and Charles Rex Hargitt of St. Paul at Wyoming, 0. Mrs. Carl Mitchell was in St. Vincent's Hospital, Indianapolis, for treatment. William J. Smith, 84, passed away at the I. 0. 0. F. Home. Remains were taken to Martinsville. Miss Elizabeth Thomson, 91, died at Memorial Hospital. The weather was: Maximum, 93; minimum, 67. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tatman of R. R. 8. About 80 boys and girls were the Decatur County Farm Bureau Co-op. SEE SHEL—If you have proper ty to sell. Smith Real Estate 662-3655 or 662-5921. LISTINGS NEEDED. Park H Snyder, 212 North Franklin Street, phone 662-8200. LAMBERT ABSTRACT CO., es tablished 1870. Efficient service. Pauline Wheeler, Mgr., Murphy Bldg. Phone 662-5653. NICE 4-room home in Alert; water under pressure; large lot; only $4,000. 20 acres in Clay Township well improved; south of Burney 80 acres with buildings, in Jennings County. 120 acres in Decatur County on Highway 3. Nice property in Letts; large lot; plenty of water. Also Westport properties. JESSUP REAL ESTATE Westport Phone 591-3653 APPROXIMATELY 4 acres for sale, 6 miles east on Highway 46. Excellent building site. 6635638. ASKING $10,000 — Must sell! Make me an offer. 3-bedroom ranch home; utility; fenced yard; 6 years old. Bennett, 6628273. 17 ACRES of second and third cutting alfalfa hay for sale. Phone 663-5957. FREEZER SALE — 12 cu. ft. to 22 cu. ft., including frost clear models. No payments 'till September. Moore's Store, phone 662-S655. LIMESTONE, crushea stone, sand and gravel for sale. Redelman Bros., R. R. 7, Greensburg. Phone 663-6001. STONE, LIME and fertilizer, Also gravel products. Immediate delivery. Virgil Haskamp, phone 663-4388. IN WESTPORT — 5-room mod ern with 25 acres tillable land. Hartford Sallee, phones 662-4341, 662-3131. $300 CASH and assume payments — 3-bedroom modern home. Call 662-7825. 4-BEDROOM 2-story home in Fairview Addition. Fireplace; electric heat; carpets; drapes; mahogany trim; many extras. 2,200 sq. ft. living space. 2-car garage. Quick possession. 6621352. 4-ROOM house with bath, utility room, kitchen cabinets, oil furnace; on 1 acre. Phone Batesville 934-2566. 3-BEDROOM home for sale by owner; Rosenmund school district. Phone 663-5638 after 5 p. m. 256 ACRE FARM, north of Millhousen. Modern house, 2 barns and tool sheds. Phone 663-4473. LISTINGS NEEDED — Farms and small acreages, Raymond Clapp, Realtor, R. R. 1, phone 663-4849. 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 WANT semi-retired farm worker to help with farm work; live in tenant house. Write Box T, c/o Daily News. WANT man or woman to care for elderly man in country home, 5 days week, live in. References required. Write Box P c/o Daily News. LADY for office work; must be good typist; bookkeeping experience helpful. Write Box I, c/o Daily News. BABY SITTER wanted for school age children, 3 to p. m. Call 663-6497. BABY SITTER wanted to care for 2 children, my home, 8 to 4, 5 days week. Must have references. Phone 663-5276 after 5 p. m. SALESLADY — Experience not necessary. Apply in person, The Fashion Shop, South Side Square. DAIRY farm hand wanted. Modern living conditions. Walter W. Huesman, R. R; 6, Shelbyville, phone EX 8-8082. GIRL wanted, 5 days a week; live in and do housework. Write Box C, c/o Herald Tribune, Batesville, Indiana. SATURDAY, August 28—Buell's Dairy Farm, Holstein Dispersal Sale, 1 mile north of North Vernon on State Road 3. SATURDAY, August 28 — Ralph Nugent, Westport, antiques and household goods. Markets Tuesday, Aug. 17 No. 2 Wheat—Delivered $1.36 bu. No. 2 New Ear Corn- Delivered .92 bu. No. 2 New SheUed Corn- Delivered No. 2 Old Ear Corn- Delivered No. 2 Old SheUed Corn- Delivered No. 2 New Oats- Delivered No. 1 New Soybeans- Delivered 1.00 bu. 1.07 bu. 1.12 bu. .83 bu. 2.28 bu. INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)—Livestock: Hogs 4,500; barrows and gilts steady to as much as 25 higher, mostly 10-15 higher; No 1-2 200-235 lb 25.65-25.75, 70 head 25.85-25.90; 1-3 190-260 lb 25.2525.75; 1-2 170-190 lb 24.00-25.25; sows fully steady; 1-3 300-350 lb 23.50-24.00; 350 - 500 lb 23.50; 2-3 450-600 lb 22.00-22.75. Cattle 1,800, calves 100; steers steady to 25 higher; heifers steady to weak; choice steers 25.50-26.90; few average to high choice 27.25; high good and low choice 24.75 - 25.50; good 23.00-25.25; standard and low good 20.00-23.00; choice heifers 23.25-24.00; good and low choice 21.00-23.50; standard and low good 19.00-21.00; cows steady; utility and commercial 13.0015.50; canners and cutters 11.0014.00; bulls steady; utility and commercial 16.00-18.50; vealers steady; high good and choice 22.00-25.50;' standard and good 17.00-21.00. Sheep 1,075; 25-50, instances 75 lower; choice and a few prime spring lambs 23.50-24,50. lowing the club diplomas which took place in the library auditorium. Columbus Facing Tax Rate of COLUMBUS, Ind. — Total tax rates ranging downward from $8.68 in Hartsville and $9 in Columbus were in prospect today for local property owners if proposed property tax levies survive the upcoming round of tax review sessions. Total proposed rates include a $1.78 county levy, up 10 cents; a 21-cent library levy, up 19 cents, and a 1-cent state levy, unchanged from this year, all levied in all townships and municipalities. The county and library budgets have not been published legally, but the proposed rates have been prepared. In addition, a $4.46 Bartholomew Consolidated School rate is proposed in all townships except Flat Rock and Hawcreek where a $4.86 school rate is proposed. Batesville License Bureau Chief Quits BATESVILLE, Ind. — A. J. 22.50- Huneke of R. R. 3, Batesvffle, has resigned as manager of the Batesville auto license branch, due to iU health of Mrs. Huneke. His successor, Dan Fc-ley of Batesville, will assume his duties as branch manager Sept. 1. LIKE A LION LONDON (UPI) — A young bandit frightened postmistress Doris Jones by screaming and roaring at her, then leaped over the counter and stole 700 pounds ?1,960. He fled—still yelling. NOTICE TO .NON-RESIDENT OF COMPLAINT FOR DIVORCE STATE OF INDIANA. COUNTY OF DECATUR. SS: IN THE DECATUR CIRCUIT COURT VACATION TERM. 1965 JOAN WILLS, Plaintiff vs. ROBERT WILLS, Defendant. CAUSE NO. 4328. The plaintiff in the above entitled cause, having filed her complaint for divorce therein, together with her affidavit that the defendant is a nonresident of the State of Indiana. Now, therefore, the said Robert Wills, defendant, is hereby notified that unless he be and appear in the Decatur Circuit Court on the 4th day of October, 1965, at the Court House in Greensburg, in said County and State, and answer or demur to said complaint, the same will be heard and determined in his absence. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I hereunto set my hand and affix the seal of said court the 6th day of August, 1965. AUDREY NAVARRA, Clerk, Decatur Circuit Court. D—Aug. 10-17-24

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