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No Football CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (UPI) — What appeared to be an extra edition of the Harvart University "Crimson" presented waking students with the unhappy "news" that the school was discontinuing football. But the whole thing turned out to be a hoax perpetrated by the staff of the "Dartmouth," the campus newspaper of Harvard's rival Ivy League school. It seems they were avenging a hoax edition of their paper which Harvard students put out 19 years ago. DRIVER CITED Scheduled to appear in City Court here Saturday for arraignment on a charge of driving without an operator's license in the 100 block of West Main Friday evening is Giltner Wingham. 63, R. R. 7. THEY'RE HERE: Come in and look them over. .. NEW 1966 • BUICKS • OLDS • PONTIACS The cars chosen as "THE PICK OF THE FIELD" McCoy & Douglas, Inc. 228 E. Main St. Greensburg, Ind. Cards Top Giants In Flag Football In a pair of YMCA flag football games Saturday the Cardinals whitewashed the Giants 31-0 and the Bears and Hopsiers played to a 0-0 standoff. In the first contest the Cardinals' Joe Brunson turned in a sparkling offensive performance by carrying the ball for four of the five victors' touchdowns. On the second play of the game Brunson romped into the end- zone on a 51-yard run and then scored on a 21-yard run before Mike Wilson intercepted a Giant pass to chalk up the winners' third touchdown. Just before the first half ended Brunson scored his third touchdown on a fourth down play that saw him carry it over the goal line on a 56-yard run. Late in the second half Brunson tallied the last touchdown on a 25-yard carry. The second contest was strictly a defensive affair as neither team was able to penetrate deeper than the opposition's 40 yard line. Don Branson Wins 100-Mile Auto Race SACRAMENTO, Calif. (UPI) —Don Branson, a 45-year-old grandfather from Champaign, IU., won his third major auto race of the year Sunday, the Golden State 100-miler, the next- to-last championship event of the season on the USAC schedule. Branson averaged a slow 86.72 miles per hour for the distance as four accidents marred the race. None of the drivers was hurt, however. Four-time national driving champion A. J. Foyt was second and Mario Andretti, who previously clinched the driving title, was third. PHONE NETWORKS NEW YORK — More than four- fifths of the telephones in the U. S. are operated by the Bell system but the smaller independents serve two-thirds the U. S. area. Public Sale Five miles northwest of Milroy, and 5% miles southwest of Rushville, on SATURDAY, OCT. 30 Commencing at 10:30 a.-m. FARM EQUIPMENT—John Deere B tractor and 2 John Deere A tractors, all equipped with starters; good John Deere mower; good rubber tired wagon with power lift; 2 other good wagons; side delivery hay rake; New Idea No. 6A 2-row pull-type corn picker in good condition; Allis Chalmers combine in good condition; John Deere 2-14" plow; IHC 2-14" plow; John Deere 2-row corn planter on rubber; iron kettles; wheel barrow; tractor sprayer and drums; endgate seeder; double shovel plow; corn cribbing; cultipacker; steel roller; 35-ft. corn elevator with motor; 3 drags for corn wagons; Clipper fan mill with motor; manure spreader; tractor disc; 13-hole wheat drill. MISCELLANEOUS—12x10 brooder house; 8x10 brooder house; 6 single hog houses; hog fountains; water tank; 3 corn cribs; hog ringing box: power saw with big motor; new lumber of different kinds; some harness; feed grinders; milkers and stanchions; shop tools of all kinds; logs chains; large tarpaulin; air compressor; locust fence posts; one roll new field fence; lots of other items too numerous to mention. TRUCK—Ford pickup truck with good racks. HENS—300 Leghorn laying hens in production. TERMS-CASH. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED WAYNE ALFORD Ed King, auctioneer. Don McCarty, clerk Holstein Dispersal Sale The undersigned will sell the following cattle, located southwest of Aurora on Highway 56 or Rising Sun Road, on Wednesday, October 27 12 NOON 87 HOLSTEIN CATTLE—21 cows from 2 to 3 years old, good flow; 4 cows from 2 to 3 years old, milking; cow 2 years old, due in December; cow, 4 years old, pasture bred; 12 cows from 5 to 6 years old, good flow; 6 cows 5 to 6 years old, milking; cow 5 years old, due in November; 3 cows, 5 and 6 years old, due in October and November; cow 6 years old, due in January; 7 cows, 7 and 8 years old, good flow; 2 cows 7 years old, milking; cow 7 years old, due in November; cow 7 years old, due in January; cow 8 years old, due in November; cow 9 years old, good flow: 2 heifers, pasture bred; 15 heifers, yearlings to 2 years old; heifer 7 months old; 7 yearling Holstein steers. This is a very good producing herd. Foundation cows from Kelly Herd, Danville, Kentucky and Brand Herd, Columbus, Indiana. These cows have been raised on this farm. All the cows and many of the heifers are calfhood vaccinated. Cows have size and quality with good udder conformation. Herd test up to 3.95 September production. 64,675 Ibs. of milk with approximately 50 Ibs. average per cow. Cows TB and Bangs tested. AT PRIVATE SALE —DeLaval 625-gallon bulk tank and DeLaval 4-unit pipeline milker. Sale will be inside and lunch will be served. TERMS—CASH. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS. HARRY F. THUERMER AURORA, PHONE 1016 Beesley and Seely, auctioneers. 50 Entries In Final Horse Show Approximately 50 horses were entered in the Tree City Cqw- boys' final horse show of the season Sunday at the Decatur County Fairgrounds. Results were: , Junior Halter—Ralph Bogue, Shelbyville, first; Bill Shrader, Clarksburg, second; Joan Barhart, Shelbyville, third; and Max Branam, Rushville, fourth. ' Senior Halter—Beth Branam, Rushville, first; and Bill Shrader, second.- Juvenile Pleasure—Marie Carter, Seymour, first; Terry Hawkins, Bedford, second; Roxanna Phelps, Greensburg, third; Beth Branam, Rushville, fourth; and Jo Ellen" Wooten,, Cambridge City, fifth. . Speed and Action—Bob Moore, Columbus, first; Donny Busse, Jeffersonville, second; Jack McCory, Brownstown, third; Ben Gabbard, Sunman, fourth; and Pete Levi, Greensburg, fifth. Junior Pleasure—Marie Carter, first; Bill Shrader, second; Robert Phelps, Greensburg, third; Bobby Sullivan of Kentucky, fourth; and Roxanna Phelps, fifth. Barren Kace—Henry Copple, Scottsburg, first; Bob Moore, second; Paul DeBurger, Elizabethtown, third; Jack McCory, Brownstown, fourth; and Donny Busse, fifth. Senior Pleasure—John Sorrel, Shelbyville, first; Beth Branam, second; Marie Carter, third; Robbie Suratt, Greensburg, fourth; Ralph Bogue, fifth. Flag Race—Henry Copple, first; Jack McCory, second; Paul DeBurger, third; and Pete Levi, fourth. Women's Pleasure — JoAnn Barnhart, Shelbyville, first; Roxanna Phelps, second; Marie Carter, third; Robbie Suratt, fourth; hurst, first; Terry Hawkins, second; Ottis Otto, Seymour, third; Jim Monroe, Shelbyville, fourth; and Willis Shell, New Point, fifth. Pole Bending—Bob Moore, first; Don Busse, second; Henry Copple, third; Jack McCory, fourth; and John D wiggins, Greensburg, fifth. The pleasure trophy winner was Marie Carter and the gift certificate winner was Bill Shrader. The contest trophy went to. Bob Moore and the contest gift certificate went to Henry Copple. VicM -Schumacher, Batesvillfr, was the judge and Howard Goddard, Greensburg, ring steward. The trophies were provided by demons Hardware and Levenstein's Appliances and the gift certificates were donated by John and Margaret Hull of the Hitchin' Post. and Dorothy Otto, Seymour, fifth. Rescue Race—Jack McCory, first; Pete Levi, second; and John Hull, Greensburg, third. Non-Registered Pleasure—JoAnn Barnhart, first; Bill Shrader, second; Jim Carter, Sunman, third; C. S. Shelburn, Shelbyville, fourth; and Alice Anne Suratt, Greensburg, fifth. Dash for Cash—Bob Moore, first; Don Busse, second; Henry Copple, third; Jack McCory, fourth; and Ben Gabbard, fifth. Registered Quarter Horse- Louis Wienhurst, Seymour, first; Bill Shrader, second; Marie Carter, third; Roxanna Phelps, fourth; and John Sorrel, fifth. Keyhole Race—Bob Moore, first; Jim Henton, second; Henry Copple, third; Ben Gabbard, fourth; and Pete Levi, fifth. Men's Pleasure—Louis Wien- MINOR CRASH SHELBYVILLE, Ind. — A vehicle operated by Wilma J. Shuck, 28, R. R. 1, St. Paul, struck the rear of a car operated by Gregory M. Crouch, 19, R. R. 2, Shelbyville on E. Washington Street 150 feet east of Harrison at 3:15 p. m. Friday. Damage to the Shuck car was set at $72 with no damage reported to the other vehicle. WtLHUI- CHICAGO (UPI) — Leo Durocher signed today for a three? year term as manager of the Chicago Cubs "with complete authority." Durocher promptly announced that he would retain only Rube Walker of last year's Cub coaching staff and would add Whitey Lockman and. Fred Fitzsimmons as his other coaches. Durocher, 59, in his previous managerial jobs, won three National League pennants, one with the Brooklyn Dodgers and two with the New York Giants. Bands to Perform At Game Tuesday The Greensburg Marching Pirates and the Jerman Junior High "Prancing Colts" will feature a 220-strong band performance during halftime at the final game of the 1965 Greensburg High School football season Tuesday night,, when the Pirates met the BatesviUe Bull-Dogs, it was announced today by William 0. .Marvin, high school band director, and William G. Marvin, junior high school band director. Miss Sharon Wells, senior baton captain, will present a solo baton twirling performances. Flag swingers and baton twirlers from both schools will present their programs in one of the largest band performances yet at any of the local football games. Ken Schoenke, high school drums major, and Brenda Combs, junior high drum major, will be directing the assembly. Four Football Fans Die of Heart Attacks Death from heart attacks struck four times among Indiana football fans during the weekend. • Col. Burrett B. Bouton, 61, superintendent of Howe Military School the last 31 years, and Prof. Roy Aaron, 56, a mathematics instructor at the University of Notre Dame since 1942, died of heart seizures suffered while attending the Notre Dame- Southern California game at South Bend Saturday afternoon. Joseph L. Rosner, 68, Indianapolis, died in the stands just after his grandson kicked an extra point which gave Indianapolis Brebeuf a 14-13 victory over Indianapolis Chartrand High School Friday night. En route to the same game, James W. Shirley, 52, whose son is a senior at -Brebeuf,- collapsed- and- died in an automobile. Women Bowlers to Meet Wednesday The Greensburg Women's Bowling Association will hold a meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. in the basement of the Union Trust Motor Bank. Delegates to the state and national conventions will be elected and the governing rules and date for the city tournament will be set. All sanctioned women bowlers have been asked to attend. _ _ CONTINENTAL INVESTMENT NOTES • com 7.05J INTEREST A YEAR GUARANTEED RATE Available In multiplei of $100 Cumulative Type 7. . a year compounded twice yearly, earni and accumulates fnterett on Interest. YOUR MONEY DOUBLES IN 10 YEARS. Income Type 7, %?£•£. Iy al guaranteed raft ol 7.053%. Co// for full Information ME 8-3547 ME 9-3334 or write CONTINENTAL CREDIT CORPORATION 2019 W. Morris St. 3159 E. 10th St INDIANAPOLIS This is not an offer to sell. Offer can be made by prospectus only. Administrator's Sale of Real Estate The undersigned Administrator of the estate of Lillie Mae Elliott, deceased, hereby gives notice that by virtue of an order of the Decatur Circuit Court, he will ,at 9 a. m. NOVEMBER 8, 1965 at the office of D. R. Ford, Greensburg, Indiana, and from day to day thereafter until sold, offer at private sale, the la'te residence property of said decedent, situated on the south side of State Roads 3 and 46 about 1% miles southwest of Greensburg, across the road from what is known as the old Goddard School House. Said sale will be made subject to the approval of the Decatur Circuit Court for not less than the full appraised value of said real estate. Make bids to the undersigned, D. R. FORD 113% North Broadway, Greensburg, Indiana Creeniburg (Ind.) Dajfr News, Monday, Pit. 25,1965 PACE 3 Services Held For William Holtel, 72 BATESVILLE, Ind. — Funeral services were held Monday morning at the Holy •Family Church in Oldenburg for William Holtel, 72, Oldenburg, who died Saturday at the Margaret Mary Hospital. Survivors include: The widow. Mrs. Carrie Holtel; four sons, Harold Holtel, BatesviUe, Jerome Holtel, Indianapolis. Mark Holtel, Cincinnati, and Father Melvin Holtel, 0. F. M., oi San Angeib, Tex.; four daughters, Miss Berniece Holtel, Oldenburg, Mrs. Irene McNamara, Carmel, Sister Mary Bernadine. F. M. N., Karachi, West Pakistan, and Mrs. Carol Walke, Cincinnati; and a sister, Miss Bertha Holtel, Oldenburg. Space Shot (Continued from Page One) day endurance flight late this year. Robot Target The role of the' 26-foot, 7,000- pound Agena, launched by an Atlas booster, was to serve as a robot target for the Gemini 6. Officials considered it the most complicated space mission ever attempted. Similar meeting and mating maneuvers by spacecraft must be perfected before man can fly to and from the moon and supply and repair manned observatories of the future. In this trail-blazing flight the hope was to hook up the two craft after a space chase of 5 hours and 40 minutes. If the effort should fail, it would be months before another Agena with a special docking collar would be ready for a second try. At mid-morning, about three hours before scheduled Gemini lift off at 12:41 p. m. EOT, officials reported all pre-flighfr operations we're going smoothly. Three of the 19 tracking stations around the world reported they were having some troubles with electronic equipment. But they said they would be able to "support the mission." The weather was ideal at the launch site. Word came that a tropical storm was developing over the Bay of Bengal, and Schirra and Stafford were asked before entering then*, spacecraft to observe it if possible for the benefit of meterologists. For Coming Events — 663-3111. Hanoi (Continued from Page 'One) ment battalion killed 85 Viet Cong Sunday in heavy fighting. The government unit has been in the area since Oct. 12, protecting villagers harvesting the rice crop. A spokesman said said they had killed 162 Viet Cong since the operation began. .The effect of the shelling was to keep the Americans, Vieta- mese Rangers and Montagnard Irregulars awake and tense for another day. The outpost 215 miles northeast of Saigon has been under siege for six days. Communist losses are estimated in the hundreds. A multi-battlion relief column of government troops was reported only, a few miles from the camp. This contingent fought its way through three weekend ambushes, killing at least 100 Viet Cong. More than 200 guerrillas were known dead in earlier fighting at Plei Me and a U. S. military spokesman said the.toll probably was higher. Strategic Air Command B52 bombers from Guam today struck a Viet Cong area 30 miles northwest of Saigon. It was the 54th B52 attack of the war. A U. S. spokesman said the target was on the fringe of the "Iron Triangle" in Hau Ughia Province. The "Iron Triangle" is the Viet Cong sanctuary where elements 'of the U. S. 173rd Airborne Brigade have been operating in the past few weeks. REPORT THEFT Theft of four used batteries from equipment parked at the Vanderbur Implement Company on the west edge of Greensburg sometime over the weekend was reported to police this morning. LOTS Fall Close-Out Fufl Price. Each S89 This tract of land is located on the Muscatatuck River in Jennings County, 40 miles south of Greensburg. Good hunting, fishing and swimming. All lots are at least 50'xlOO' easily accessible. Send name and full address to S&W Enterprises, Inc. P. O. Box 315 Indianapolis, Indiana We will mail literature and directions to property i - CORN LOSS DES'MOINES—The European corn borer destroyed an estimated 35 million bushels of corn in the U. S. during 1951. POPULATION HUB QUITO — Three-fourths of the people of Ecuador live within the domain commonly known as the "central basins." A Date to Remember Wednesday, Oct. 27 SALAD LUNCHEON By Women's Organization of Adams Baptist Church in church annex, 12:30 p.m. Program to follow. Public invited. For News Items Here Call 663-1622, ask for Doris Vanderbur A FULL SERVICE BANK DAY TRIAL OFFER •& Drive a set of Goodyear Double Bagfe \ Tins for 10 days! If you're not nti*. J fied they ghw yon the safest, onootb- | est ride ever, we'll refund yo«r ; purchase price and remount you* «U }• tires without charge or obligatk*. ^M UP TO FULL PURCHASE PFUCBI ON YOUR TRADE-IN TIRES I ;1 , "'> GOOD/VEAR DOUBLE EAGLE Go in spite of blowouts, punctures, heat and wear with tills tire and its separate inner tire, thai LifeGuard Safety Spare. 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