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SELECTED STOCKS Market quotations on selected stocks at 11:30 a. m. were: Company Price Amer. T & T 67.3 At. & Pac. Tea 35.6 Arvin Ind. 33.2 Cum. Engine 44.1 Crwn Zellerbach 49.2 Deere, John 43.0 Fed. Mogul 38.0 Gen. Dynam. 46.5 Gen. Elec. 115.6 Gen. Motors 109.6 Gulf Oil • 58.7 Masco Corp. 30.0 Nat'l Tea 16.2 Pub. Srv. Ind. Sears Roeb. 63.7 St. Oil Ind. 49.1 Textron 74.7 US Steel 50.7 Univ. Amer. 8.7 (All decimals indicate eighth) NAME CHANGE TEHRAN—Iran was Persia more than 2,500 years. The new name came in 1935. School (Continued from Page One). bus contracts expire at the close of the 1966-67 school year the new contracts would likely be let at less expense to the taxpayers on a four-year basis for that portion of the routes serving the north school than it would be if it were necessary to award one or two-year contracts because of a delay in the entire school district. He said the board also recognizes the fact that bonds are selling on a favorable market at this time and hopes that a new holding corporation may proceed with financing the erection of the new north school without further delay. George Crosby, Denby Israel and Roy Menefee, and others, plaintiffs in the complaint for injunction to halt construction of the proposed schools are now perfecting an appeal of the judgment rendered against them in Decatur Circuit Court to the Appellate Court of Indiana. PUBLIC SALE Having sold farm, the undersigned will sell at public auction, the following personal property located 3 miles southeast of Buena Vista on Davidson Road. Follow arrows on Stipp Hill Road to Davidson Road, on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26 AT 12:30 P. M. FARM EQUIPMENT—FarmaU-H Tractor in A-l condition, on good rubber; IHC model 250 cultivator; IHC mounted 2-row planter, like new; IHC 7' mower, like new; IHC 7' disc; IHC 2-14" plow; New Idea 12 A manure spreader, -like new; Ferguson rubber tired wagon and grain bed; Case hammermill, good condition; single shovel plow; clipper fanmill; IHC mounted buzz saw. Some small articles. This is a good offering of farm equipment. TERMS—CASH. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS. THEARN PETERSON Beesley and Owens, auctioneers. Maddux Auction OF KUHSERY-STQCIC, r r Monday Evening, Oct. 18 7 P. M.—Corner West and West Walnut Streets Now is the time to beautify your home with the fall planting of nursery stock. The Hillside Nursery is holding its annual fall auction of evergreens, shrubs and shade trees . . . consisting of Colorado Blue Spruce, Norway Spruce, Yews of all varieties, Pyramidals, Junipers, blue and green; Globe Arbor Vitaes, also 10 varieties of Pyramidal Arbor. Vitaes, Holly Bushes, Magnolias, Red and Green Barberry, Flowering Shrubs of all kinds, White and Pink Dogwood, Red Bud, Shade Trees. This sale consists mostly of Evergreens. This nursery stock is some of the finest in the state .It is freshly dug and state inspected. Many people find this is a very convenient and conservative way to buy. So come early and inspect our stock. All stock will be on he floor for in-, spection from 4:30 p. m. until sale. All stock is grown by the Hillside Nursery, located at Dublin, Indiana. Mr. Darter, owner of the nursery, will be here to answer all questions and help with your landscape problems. MARLIN MADDUX AUCTIONEER BUARL McGUIRE, Manager. JUST THE THING TO WEAR AROUND THE HOUSE A State Farm Homeowners policy. It's the low-Cost package policy that protects your home and the things in it against almost every risk you can think of. It protects you in case of lawsuits, too. And surprisingly, this complete package of protection is yours at a rate that's 15% to 25% lower than the same coverages would cost under separate policies. Sound like the same good deal as our car insurance? You bet! Call me today. YOUR LOCAL AGENTS Tom J. Simmermeyer MURPHY BLDG. Robert K. Hail PHONE 662-1521 State Farm, Fire & Casualty Co. Home Office, Bloomington, Illinois Rites Set for Aubrey Coy, 69 RUSHVILLE, Ind. — Funeral services for Aubrey D. Coy, 69, RicWand Township farmer, will be held at 1:30 p.' m. Saturday in Moster & Sons Mortuary at Rushville. The Rev. Howard Jaquess will officiate. Burial will be in Rest Haven Cemetery at Edinburg" The body is at the mortuary for visitation. M. Coy died at 1:45 p. m. Wednesday in Rushville Memorial Hospital. He had moved to his home a mile south of Richland on R. R. 1, Rushville, 24 years ago from the old Camp Atterbury area in Bartholomew County. He was born in Shelby County on July 9, 1896, the son of Samuel W. and Emma E. Barnhill Coy, and was married on Feb. 7, 1917 to Mildred Miller, who survives. Mr. Coy was a member of the New Salem Methodist Church, the New Salem Lions Club and the Edinburg I. 0. 0. F. Lodge. Surviving with the widow are three sons, Delorse Coy of Akron, 0., Wayne Coy of Columbus and Donald Coy of Rushville; one daughter, Mrs. Lowell (Louise) Angle, R. R. 1, Rushville; one brother, Dallas F. Coy of Whiteland; one sister, Mrs. Reba Boll near Columbus, and eight grandchildren. One brother and one sister preceded him in death. School Bus Is Rammed; 13 Injured WESTFIELD, Ind. (UPI)—A rear-end collision of a semi- truck and a Hamilton Heights school bus Thursday seriously injured two youngsters and hurt 10 other children and the bus driver less seriously. Authorities said the bus, driven by Ernest Berg, 49, Arcadia, had stopped on U.S. 31 just north of Westfield to discharge passengers when it was rammed from behind by the truck, driven by Duane Melvin Brewer, Chicago. Police, said^Jean^Ann Ldtteral, R.lrtT f,~CTcero, was "taken to Hospital at Kokomo in serious condition, suffering from a fractured pelvis, fractured ankles and cuts about the legs and feet. Marcia Sturdivant, 5, R. R. 1, Arcadia, also was injured seriously in the crash and taken to Riley Hospital in Indianapolis. The girl reportedly suffered a fractured skull in the wreck. Police' said the truck slammed into the rear of the bus with such force that it knocked the vehicle off its chassis and overturned it along the roadway. The bus had been in operation just three days. Also injured, but not hospitalized, were: Jennifer Williams, 13, R.R. 1, Arcadia; Cynthia Ramsey,- 11, R.R. 1, Cicero; Jennifer Ramsey, 9, /R.R. 1, Cecero; Stephen Ramsey 6, R.R. 1, Cicero; Phil Hilderbrand, 6, R.R. 1, Arcadia; Mike Quear, 7, R.R. L Cicero; Doug Quear, 5, R.R. 1 Cicero; Donald Sturdivant 8, R.R. 1, Arcadia, and the bus driver. Steal Key BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (UPI) — The city fathers of Bakersfield had better keep an eye on the official doors. Nanett Thomas, Miss Bakersfield of 1965, reported that someone broke into her apartment and stole the key to the city, which she received when she was crowned. For Society — 663-3111. Guard Greensburg (Ind.) Daily News, Friday, Oct. IS, 1965 (Continued Itom Page One) 38th Aviation Battalion, Indianapolis. 38th Signal Battalion, headquartered at Anderson; units also at Tipton, Elwood, Alexandria, and Indianapolis. 113th Engineer Battalion, head- quartered'at Gary; units also at Hammond and LaPorte. 1st Squadron, 238th Cavalry, headquartered at 'Marion; units at Hartford City, and Huntington. Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 38th Division Artillery: headquarters at Indianapolis and Noblesville. 1st Battalion, 150th Artillery, headquartered at Kokomo; units at South Bend, Elkhart, Kempton and Lebanon. 2nd Battalion, 150th Artillery, headquartered at Bloomington; units at Vincenries, Mount Vernon and Evansville. 3rd Battalion, 139th Artillery, headquartered at Crawfordsville; units at Darlington and Spencer. 38th Division Support Command: Headquarters and Headquarters Company and Band, Indianapolis. 113th Medica Battalion: Headquarters at Lafayette, units at Boswell and Remington. 38th Administration Company, Indianapolis. 738th Maintenance Battalion: Headquarters at Indianapolis units at Bedford and Evansville 38th Supply and Transportation: headquartered at Terre Haute, units at Brazil, Rockville and Greencastle. 1st Brigade: headquartered at Camp Atterbury. 1st Battalion, 152nd Infantry headquartered at Jasper; units at Washington, Tell City and New Albany. 1st Battalion, 293rd Infantry headquartered at Fort Wayne units at Portland, Winchester Richmond, Rensselaer and Monticello. „ . 1st Battalion Airborne, 151st Infantry: headquartered at Muncie; units at Greenfield, Warsaw, Plymouth and Evansville. Reinforcing Units The 30 reinforcing reserve units manned at 50 per cent strength will be located as follows: 2nd Battalion, 293rd Infantry; headquartered at Frankfort; units, at Attica und Delphi. -2nd Battalion, 151st Infantry: headquartered at New Castle; unit at Fort Wayne. 1st Battalion, 138th Armor; headquartered at Bedford; units at Lintpn and North Vernon. 2nd Battalion, 138th Armor: headquartered at New Albany; units at Madison and North Vernon. 1st Battalion, 139th Artillery: headquartered at Evansville; units at Princeton and Bloomington. 2nd Battalion, 139th Artillery: headquartered at South Bend; units at Elkhart and Kokomo. 2nd Brigade: headquartered at Logansport. 3rd Brigade: Headquartered at Evansville. Armored Cavalry Units: Peru and Bluffton. Engineer Units: Valparaiso and Gary. Clara Matz Will Is Filed in Court Will of the late Clara B. Matz, made June 17, 1964 and witnessed by Raymond B. Rolfes and Opal Boicourt, has been admitted to probate in Decatur Circuit Court. The will bequeaths $300 to each son, Bernard S. DeLay and Willard H. DeLay; $100 to a tenant, Frank Hall; $100, in memory of her late husband, George DeLay, to the Marion Baptist Church in Ripley County; and residue of the estate to the grandchildren, George DeLay, Robert DeLay arid Richard DeLay. The Union Bank and Trust Company was appointed executor in accordance' with terms of the, will.' Holstein Dispersal Sale 2 1 A miles east of Edinburg, Indiana, on the County Line Road, on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23 AT 12:30 P. M. . 76 HOLSTEIN CATTLE—45 cows from 3 to 8 years old, full ftow. These cows were fresh the last of August through September and many of them are milking 'up to 80 pounds of milk per day. 4 heifers bred and .23 heifers open. This herd was established in 1948. Artificial breeding program has always been used. This is one of the top herds in Southern Indiana. If you need fall and winter production, don't miss this sale. Cattle TB and bangs tested. DAIRY EQUIPMENT—Girton 300 gallon bulk tank; Surge 3 unit milker, complete. TERMS—CASH. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS. JOHN PfcUITT Beesley and Owens, Auctioneers. - Dale Marshall, Glerjc. Lunch Will Be Served. • PACK 3 Driver Draws Fine, Loss of License Found guilty in City Court here Thursday on a charge of driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquor on West Main last April 24, George E. Blanford, 64, ShelbyviUe, was fined. $25 and costs, totaling $47.§5, and had his driving privileges in Indiana suspended for two months. Netvs (Continued from Page One) for a public health form on Friday night of the week and for publishing an editorial relating to the observance, The Greensburg Daily News published a series of articles on the theme, "Good Health Is Important To US. The articles were captioned: "Volunteer. Agencies Saluted by Medics," Dr. Robert P. Acher: "Must Exercise to Feel Really Alive," Dr. Charles F. Overpeck; "Mental Illness is Serious Problem," Dr. Dale D. Dickson; "Immunization is Thwarting Killers," Dr. William R. Shaffer; "Prenatal Care Aids'Both Mother and Baby," Dr. James C. Miller; and "Retirement Should Be New Beginning," Dr. Edward A. Porter. The series of articles was later published in pamphlet form. This also included an article, "Food Is Difference in Your Daily Life" by Dr. J. Trevor Morrison. The purpose of observance of Community Health Week was pointed out in the concluding paragraph of an editorial in this newspaper, as foUows: "Advancement of health forms an objective which all communities should seek. And, this begins with concern on the part of individuals as to their own health.'" Repeal of Medicare The Association wound up its convention by supporting a proposed repeal of Medicare. But the association agreed to abide by the law. The House of Delegates of the ISMA adopted a resolution from the legislative committee, which, in effect, leaves participation in the controversial program up to the individual physicians throughout the Hoosier state. the resolution points out that the association's ethical code permits individual physicians to select the patients they wish to treat. Ihe code also requires doctors to treat emergencies and not to neglect patients after accepting cases. By resolution the delegates directed the association's officers to "oppose actively and forcefully this and any future attempts by HEW (Health, Education and Welfare) or any other federal agency to impose con ditions and pledges upon the medical profession." Med School Expansion Delegates in the ISMA House also approved support for the expansion of medical training facilities in Indiana. Currently Indiana University's school of medicine is the only training school in the state. There are moves under way at Evansville, South Bend and Muncie to establish medical schools in those cities. The resolution also called for strength- e.ning the IU school. Dr. Eugene Rifner, of Van Buren, was elected president for 1966-67 and will succeed Dr. Kenneth Neumann, of Lafayette, who has just taken over as president. Dr. Elvis Stahr, as IU president, was honored for his efforts "to develop an outstanding medical institution." Weather (Continued from Page One) Highs today will range from around 70 to the upper 70s, lows tonight from 47 to the low 60s, and highs Saturday from around 60 to the lower 80s. The five-day outlook indicated temperatures will average 6 to 9 degrees above normal highs of 63 to 72 and normal lows of 41 to- 49, "Mild throughout the period with only minor day-to-day changes," the outlook said. Precipitation recorded during the 24 hours ending at 7 a.m. today included Fort Wayne .09, Evansville .03, Louisville .05 and Lafayette, Indianapolis and Chicago a trace. Heavy Downpours Heavy downpours brought the threat of flash flooding to communities in central Missouri early today. Thunderstorms continued to dump rain on Florida and tropical storm Elena, far out in the Atlantic, was becoming better organized. Nearly 4 inches of rain hit Windsor, Mo., in the south Missouri Ozarks, where the weather toureau said flooding could occur. Two-inch rains were common over the entire area. Miami, Fla., recorded 5.66 inches of rain Thursday and'it continued to fall. The storm system was expected to continue through southern and central Florida during the day. Thunderstorms dumped ban in the Kansas City area Thursday and nearly an inch of rain at Marquette, Mich. The weather bureau said tropical storm Elena was located about 1,450 miles east of Miami and 600 miles southeast of Bermuda. Its highest winds were estimated at 50 miles an hour, but the storm appeared to be .getting better organized. By United Press International Today, is Friday, Oct. 15, the 28?th day of 1965 with 77 to fol- ow - ,.The moon is approaching its ast quarter. The morning star is Jupiter. The evening .stars, are Mars, Venus, and Saturn. On this day in history: In 1917, World War I's most famous' spy, Gertrude ZeUe, known as Mata Hari, was exe- :uted outside Paris. In 1945, Pierre Laval, a former French premier, was executed for betraying his country to Nazi Germany during World War n. . In 1964, Soviet Premier Khrushchev was ousted by Kremlin leaders. He was replaced by new Premier Alexei Kosygin and party chief Leonid Brezhnev. In 1946, Reich's Marshall Herman Goering committed suicide by taking poison a day before he was scheduled to be executed. . . Killed (Continued from Page One) was hospitalized in serious condition. The older boy died two hours after the wreck hi Union Hospital, and Burns died in the same hospital early today. Student Victim At Indianapolis, Susan Baber, 15, 'a popular student at Ben Davis High School, was killed this morning when a car hi which she was enroute to school skidded off a road on the Indianapolis west side, crashed through a chain link fence and collided with a car on Interstate 465 near the W. 10th St. inter- chunge. Driver of the car was Karl Sweazy, 18, Indianapolis. The other car was driven by Albert A. Morgan, 60, Indianapolis. Both were injured. . John Hinkel, Jr., 20, Hobart, died this morning hi a Gary hospital after his motorcycle crashed into the side of a big truck earlier in the day at an intersection just east of the Gary city limits. Police said Hinkel ran a stop sign. He was thrown high into the air by the impact of the light cycle against the heavy truck. Albert V. Diehl, 62, Elwood, died in an Elwood hospital Thursday afternoon about an hour after his car swerved off Indiana 13 north of Elwood and overturned. MEDICAL CHECKS ROME (UPI) — The Senate Thursday passed a government bill imposing medical checks on prostitutes and making soliciting and "scandalous behavior" a crime. The measure was opposec by the Communists and other opposition groups as an attack on personal liberty. Public Sole I the undersigned, will sell the household goods of the late Fannie Minor, located in the town of Burney, 8 miles west of Greensburg, 2 miles north of State Road 46, on SATURDAY, OCT. 16 Beginning At 12:30 P. M. HOUSEHOLD GOODS—General Electric range; Hot Point refrigerator; utility cart; 5 occasional chairs; swivel chair; nice, davenport; hide-a-bed, like new; 3-pc. bedroom suite; feather bed; lot of bedding, some new; springs and mattresses; 9x12 wool rug; beautiful desk and chair; console radio and record player- 9-pc dining room suite; gossip bench; 2 floor lamps; 4 table lamps; 3 vanity lamps; sectional corner bookcase; barrel chair- whatnot shelves; coffee table; lamp tables; 21" RCA television, good; 2 big mirrors; scenic pictures; Electrolux sweeper; drapes; lot of dishes and cooking utensils. BOOKS—20 volumes of "The World's Greatest Books"; 8 volumes of "The New People's Physician." ANTIQUES—Minnesota sewing machine; trunk; folding bed, 2 bedroom suites; library table; wicker chair and rocker; grand-. mother chair; wicker table and chair; set of Haviland dishes; silver gravy bowl; silver creamer and sugar; other small items too numerous to mention. This offering of household goods is of exceptionally fine quality. TERMS—CASH. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOE ACCIDENTS. WAYN|MIERS OWNER Randall Smith, Auctioneer. - Rex Smith, Clerk. Raymond Clapp, Cashier. ' The Almanac Copters (Continued from Page One) in heavy fighting underway since Wednesday. American officials were unable to confirm the figures. Two battalions of Viet Cong were known to have inflicted heavy casualties on a battalion of Vietnamese rangers late Wednesday night about 100 miles southwest of Saigon. A battalion consists' of about 100 men. U.S. spokesman Thursday night said Vietnamese troops had "moderate" casualties and the toll among their American advisers was listed as "light." Force Enlistments It was learned, meanwhile, that the Viet Cong have forced an estimated 30,000 to 40,000 men under arms in the past month in a frantic effort to match the U.S. military buildup in Viet Nam. The Communist recruiters encourage enlistments at the point of a bayonet, marching male villagers off to Viet Cong camps. Viet Cong strength, high ranking military sources disclosed, now stands at an estimated 220,000 full and part-time fighters. Last month, the figure by U.S. calculations stood at around 180,000. The changing season . . . Calls For A Visit To Huber's Sport Coots _ $22.50 to $32.50 Slacks $8.95 to $15.95 Sweaters $5.95 to $14.95 Suits $45 to $S5 Your Best Bet Is ...... HUBEfi'S A Date to Remember Saturday, Oct. 16 - CHURCH SUPPER, - In Fellowship Hall, First Church of God, 731 N. Ireland St. Chili, oyster stew, ham sandwiches, pie, cake. Public invited. v/ "Space Saucer X2000' Presented by Jerman Junior Hi Concert Choir, 8 p.m.,. high school, auditorium. Adults, 50c; Students, 25c. For News Items Here Call 663-4622, ask for Doris Vandcrbnr A ML SEtVKE BANK BLACK & DECKER POWER TOOLS U-230 7%" Deluxe Saw 39.88 U-336.6&" Prof. Saw 59.88 B/acks. 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