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i Thursday, October 1,1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 7 LASSIFIED WATES 1 insertion _____ 4c per word 2 ihMrtioru 7c par word 3 mitrtions 9c par word 4 insertions _-__ 11c par word 5 ins.rfiens ____ 13c par word ( Jmarfions 14c par word "'*" Minimum rata — Sl.PO Charges ara at a reduced c_sh rata and apply if tha _d if paid within 10 DAYS after Hie FIRST insertion. SERVICE CHARGE OF 25c WILL BE ADDED AFTER THE 10 DAY PERIOD. .Advertisers should check their -advertisements in the first issue they appear and report any error at one* as no allowance' can be .made iffer the first incorrect in- .tertion. BLACK FACE LOCAL — :15c per line. MEMORIAM — 10c p*r fine. CARD OF THANKS-fl__5 Call OS 5-2115 before 10:00 A. M. for insertion same day. Axcept "Saturday—call before !»:00 A.M. . CANCELLATION — UNTIL 10:05 A. M. DEADLINE. DISPLAY RATE Cass.: per col. inch ,90c \ inch per mo. daily _ $18.00 Each additional inch . $11.00 (RATE QUOTED ARE LOCAL) : FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE FOR SALE—10 room house. 2 . . apts. Completely furnished. ., House trailer on same lot. Shown by appointment only." OS 5-4210. ' C-312 FOR SALE—5 room modern house, garage, gas heat. Good location on Columbia Ave. 5 room modern house on S. East St. Large lot, 2 blocks from court house. 5 room house on .Ash St. Good condition, gas heat, city water, out of city limits.; Several nice building lots oh State road 2 miles from Tipton. E. G. Foster. Phone OS 5-2439. P-313 (FOR SALE—Modern 2 bedroom home, good location on North •Main Street. Call OS 5-4464. 1 P-314 FOR SALE TOR SALE—Spinet organ, excellent condition.' Reasonable. OS 5-6263. C-tf Singer Five Months Old $39.24 Full Price * lovely walnut cabinet model. Assume six payments of $6.54 monthly. The machine monograms,, appliques, 'darns, sews forward and reverse, equipped to zig-zag. Warranty" included. Call OS 5-2135. C-tf FUEL OIL WHITE GAS any amount at station WEBB OIL CO. 215 S. Main Tipton FOR SALE — Apples—Cider- Popcorn. Hainlen Orchard, 2 miles east of Greentown, turn north and follow signs. i C-42 SINGER Five Months Old $38.06 Full Price Lovely walnut cabinet model. Assume six payments of $6.34 monthly. The machine monograms, appliques, darns, sews forward and reverse, equipped to zig-zag. Warranty included. Call OS 5-2135. - .-C-tf FOR SALE—Apples and cider. Smith Orchard. 1 mile north, Vi mile east of Sharpsville. C-tf FOR SALE—Fireplace screen, new 7 rug",•with pad size 8.3. x 11.7; 5 :varnished ' :in.terior doors and.4 light fixtures. 222 'or 230 -Walnut Street i P-314 FOR SALE—2 Glow Boy, Globe coal stoves. A No. 1 Condition. Ready'to go. Phone Sharpsville, -Robert S. Wolford. C-314 FOR SALE—Apples. Jonathan, (Northern Spies and Grimes. Harry Clark, Sheridan. PL 8-5514. C-l FOR SALE—Apples and cider. Lester lllges, OS 5-6795. P-3 NOW IN BULK—Royster fertilizer from our new overhead .bins! No waiting in line! 4-ton spreaders available. For plow- down or wheat fertilizer call Adler's Seeds, Inc. 963-5397. i C-21 EXCELLENT, efficient and economical, that's Blue Lustre carpet and upholstering cleaner. Rent electric sham- pooer $1.00 Carney's" Drug Store. C-314 SEPTIC TANK Vacuum cleaned. All price ditching wi<J_ backhoe. Reasonable. Charles Anderson, Elwood, FE 2-9265. C-314 FRONT END ALIGNMENT — Wheel balancing, ESERT Sinclair Service. Phone OS 57125.^ C-fc! !FOR SALE—4 single and 2 double hog houses one 40 bushel round hog feeder. W. L. Vandiventer, Goldsmith, Ind. ! • • P-313 FOR SALE — Aw* '.ngs, storm windows and doors. Ornamental froiu A. J. Butz. Phone OS , 5-2646. - C-tf FOR SALE—Certified MONON and REED seed wheat. $2.50 per bushel recleaned, treated, and bagged. BYRON LEGG & SONS, Windfall. LY 5-3645 or LY 5-3573. , C-3 SINGER ZIG-ZAG $37.23 Full Price Take up seven payments of $5.32 monthly. Walnut-cabi- •net included. Makes buttonholes, fancy designs, sews" on buttons, monograms, a p p 1 i- ques; blind hems, etc., all built into this machine. Warranty included. Call OS 5-2135. C-tf FOR SALE—Pumpkins, Jack-O- Lantern type. Truck load Sat. and Sun. John Duckworth, Kempton, Ind. j C-314 FOR SALE—Breakfast set excellent condition. 425 West Jefferson Street. > C-312 MONON WHEAT. $1.75 per bushel. Phagan Carmichael, OS 5-6995. ": ' ' ' i ' P-312 FOR SALE—1956 Pontiac. Good condition. Low mileage. Call Mrs. Fred O. Smith, 963-5868. i P-314 USED CARS SERVICES—For plumbing and heating call O'Dell and Rose 06 5-4545. 518 E. Jefferson. C-tf FARM DITCHING, bulldozing, back hoe work, pan work. Black top dirt, 7 yds. $14.00 Phone J & W excavating. Tipton OS 5-6381, Alexandria 7242104. C-tt WANTED — Furniture Upholstering and Repair. Lawrence Pic-Xe_L OS 5-4358. C-tf WANTED TO BUY—3 bedroom 'modern home in Thpton. Send full particulars to iBox T c/o Tipton Tribune. P-314 FEMALE HELP WANTED •HELP WANTED—Lady part time store clerk. Apply Willy's Stationery Shop. C-312 MALE HELP WANTED WANTED—Man 21-40- years old for truck driver and delivery. Apply in person from 9 to 4. Town and Country Food, Tipton. C-l HELP WANTED FULLER BRUSH territory open in your county. Full or part time. For more information write to 2417 Pinefiurst Lane, Kokomo, Indiana. C-3 FOR RENT FOR RENT —Country house,, Immediate possession. OS 56959. • C-314 , FOR.SALE rr 1957 Chrysler, $250. 20 shotgun, bolt action^ OS 56229. ' P-3 For Your Car Needs See r THE EMBLEM OF QUALITY .20 S. West St. Ph. .05 5-W41 . Tipton FOR SALE—Quality used cars. THROGMARTTN A U T O SALES, 704 -W. Jefferson St. 1960 T J BIRD for sale, j P., S., P. B., radio and heater.. Will sell or trade for older, model car or truck. Phone Atlanta 192. ' C -Z LIVESTOCK CERTIFIED Hampshire: /boars, ready for heavy service. Good selection of gilts,', registered or commercial. Phone Atlanta 25. J. W..Ralph'Bishopj,'R. R- 4. Tipton, Indiana C-2 FOR SALE—Nice feeder pigs. May be seen after 5 p.m. Salome Henderson, R.l 1, Atlanta. . . ! C-314 1250 CATTLE FOR SALE. 250 good and choice ; steers, 800 to 900 pounds. 550' choice calves, 300 to 600 pounds, 150 Holstein steers. 200 medium steers and heifers (cheap price) CATTLE PUT OUT ON' A GAIN BASIS. W. V. PALMER. Phone 873-2921, Mexico,' Indiana. ; C-314 FOR RENT—3 room furnished apartment for rent upstairs. OS 5-2348. C-l 2S5.17 612.00 3,529.53 29.19 79.22 10S.00 2,132.46 S.753.3S 285.00 3,117.50 G4.50 19.95 689.05 15.16 260.58 32.23 29.81 9.50 4.00 16.00 191.43 43.41 17.61 ; 72.50 55.00 33.00 175.00 297.50 700.00 450.00 7.49 35.00 100.00 100.00 FO". RENT—3 room furnished apartment, all utilities,, redecorated O 5-4922 after 4. C-tf FOR RENTr-3 room apartment unfurnished gas hea.t, .downstairs front. 117 Second St. Phone "Frankfort 654-5946. C-tf LEGAL NOTICE INDIANA ALCOHOLIC RKVKKAUE COMMISSION" 9JI State Office Ituildlng Infliunapollti, Indiana J.KG.II. NOTICK OF I'L'BI.IC HEARING Xotice is hereby given tiiat the Local Alcoholic Beverage Board of Tipton County, Indiana, will, at 1 p.m. on the 16th day of. October, 1964 at the Commissioners Room, Court House in the City of Tipton, Indiana in said' County, begin investigation of the application of the following named person, - requesting the issue to the applicant, at the .location hereinafter set but, of the Alcoholic Beverage Permit, of the class hereinafter designated and will, at said time and place, receive information concerning the fitness of said applicant, and the propriety of issuing the permit applied for to such applicant at the premises named: Olive R. Richards. (Restaurant) Beer, Liquor and Wine Retailors, 211 E. Jefferson. Tipton, Indiana, Said investigation will be open to the public, and public participation is requested. Indiana Alcoholic Beverage Commission By W. F. COrCDOX Executive Secretary JOB A. HARRIS Chairman C-3.06 SERVICES PORTABLE WELDING SERVICE. Tony Hancock, Kempton. Phone 947-2210. Shop in Groorasville. i P-7 FOR SALE—Auto and truck • springs, main, leaves, extra leaves for buUdhig'up, center bolfs, and overload angles. -Elevator Auto Parts, : 538 N. Main Street. ''' • P-313 (FOR SALE—Gray silk suit, 2 ; ! lace dresses size 18V-, 2 blou- i j ses size 38. Phone OS 5-2417 • , Cleo McCullough. C-314 IFOR SALE—Large size Mono,' gram oil stove plus 270 gaL ! ,tank. Williarri Kendall, 2 mi. • J south, 2 mi. east, 1 on 118, At- I lsnta. P-312 r FOR SALE—Puppies, reason? ! able. OS 5-6985. C- . J MEN'S CI^THING for sale, ; shirts-size 18V_.*q,17, pants . 40-29. "i jacket and' cost size ; 42. Ladies white __ort coat ! size 16. 838 Oak... P-312 FOR SALJS-=Top quality feeder pigs. Phone 2 ofl 89, Atlanta. ... C-tf NOTICK OF PUBLIC HEARING The Zoning Appeals Board of the City of Tipton, Tipton County, Indiana, will hold a public meeting in the City Court room on Tuesday, October 6, 1964, at 8 p.m. (CDT) to consider an application of A. AVeber and J. Ming for a variance to the minimum lot area per family for a group house on the rear part of Lot 1, .Block 19. of the Original Town, said property being in "B" residential zone. * LAXDIS FIELDS SR. Sec. Zoning- Appeals Board City of Tipton c _ 3 . 6 _ 3i2 PflOMTbTCVeMfONS f SERVICE MOTOF? COMPANY I^G. SMALL APPLIANCE .REPAIR SERVICE — Irons, Toa'steFS| Space Heaters, Vac. Cleaners^ Hair Dryers, .etc. $1.50 Plu| Parts. Free pickup and return;. OS £4186. P -314 NOTICK TO IIKIKS. I.KOATKKS AND CKKIUTOKS Ko. 2633 In T-ipton Circuit Court, September Term, 1964 Estate of Francis V. Dane, deceased Notice is hereby . given that Frances T. Dane as executrix of said estate, has filed her account and vouchers in final settlement of said estate, and her petition praying the Court to ailow said account and order distribution of said estate, and that the same will come up for hearing and action In said Court on the 15th day of October, 9:00 a.m., 1964 In the courthouse in Tipton, Indiana, at which time all heirs, legatees and creditors of said estate are required -to appear and show cause, if any there be, Why said account and, vouchers should not he allowed, and distribution of the estate be made as prayed for In said petition; and -1) the heirs, devisees and legatees of said decedent and said 'estate, and all others Interested, are hereby required to appear at said time and place and make proof of their heir­ ship or claim to any part of said estate. •''.."'.-• • ROBS M. HUPFORD, Clerk Circuit Court. Tinton. Indiana • • Wilson Wheatley, Attorney 312-4 - NOTICE OF COMMISSIONERS . CLAIMS The following Miscellaneous Claims will be considered by the Tipton County Commissioners at regular meeting October 5, 1964. 9:00 a.m. Tipton Telephone Co. Rt & Toll S 34.87 Tipton Utll Ser Bd, Util 54.39 Ind. Equipment, Repr ... 34.86 The Burch Corp, Same .. 90.68 Kessler Auto Pts, Same . 11.7 Ross Mtr Sales, Same ... 50.25 W. Hare & Son, Same .. 14.21 Bill's O.K. Tire Shop. Same 30.0! V. Smith Sales & Serv, Same 21.95 Poe Implement, Same .. 39.08 Ross & Doggett, Same .. 7.25 Moore Bros, Same .. 56.70 Pring Implement, Same'. ' 2.14 Bolinger Bros, Same .. 46.10 Enneking & Phifer, Gar Etc . 411.84 Sunray D X Oil, Same .. 947.44 Myers Welding, Same -.. 18.70 Motor Fuel Tax Div, Same 12.60 Stony Creek Stone, Same 2.7 Mechanic Laundry, Other Opr 2.70 Adlers Seed, Same 10.50 Warsaw Chemical, Same 19.35 Webb Oil, Same • 2.52 Motorola C & E. Same .. 3S.50 Teoman Stone. Stone ... 11,606.79 Stony Creek, Same ... 16,326.12 Ted McKlnney & Son, Gr 503.18 Fred Goodier Gravel, Gr Ladoga Culvert, Tile Etc Mohr Construction, Bit Mat . Tolle Bros, Pt Hall Sign Post. Rd Signs Stello Products, Same .. Yeoman Stone. Rts Stony Creek, Rts Morris Trucking, Rts Mohr Construction, Rts . Tipton Co. Farm Bureau BIdg Str Tipton Lmbr, O Opr' Etc Mack Machine, Gar' Etc Compton's, Repr Etc Frankfort Auto m a t i c, Same Tipton Produce, Inf Fd .. Servco, Inf Fuel. .: Mcintosh Sons, Inf Supp Warsaw Chemical, Same Raymond Little, Inf Lbr Mat McGraws' Inf Fd Dean Milk, Same Diet-en's, Same ... Burford Prt, CI Off Supp Burford Prt, Same Burford Prt, Same .... Burford Prt, -Aud Off Sup Irene Byron Hosp, Inm Med ' Butler, Fairman & Seufert Br Replace Butler, Fairman & Seufert Same ..... Tipton Co. Farm Bureau, PI Comm 'Supp ' Thermo - Fax Sales CI Repr Equip Thermo - Fax Sales CI Equip ,... Thermo-Fax Sales, Same Ramsay Prt, CI Off Supp Leatherman-Morris Fun'l Home, Sold Bur Leatherman-Morris Fun'l. Same ... Copher & Fesler Fun'l Home,. Same 100.00 Verl Grimme, Pr Meals . .2S6.S0 Maude Welsh, Mile 33.20 Clyde Burris. Same , S.24 McAdoo Clouser, Same .. 11.70 Toll* Bros, Jail Supp ... 9.01 Moellering Supply, Same 3.S3 Ramsay Prt, Treas Off Supp-Repr Edgar Swingle. Fox Bty Robert Legg, Same .... Edward McKinney, Same Nora Cripe, • Same ^ Phil Hoke, Same George Graf, Same .... Ramsay Prt, Elect Supp Recordak Corp, Microf . Thomas ( Langan, •• Cthse • Ins i ;." Harlow Ins, Same Ind. Official, Publications Tolle Bros, Crthse Supp Airkem Serv., Same' Moellering Supply, Same W. E., Rogers. Crthse Pt Cont .... Fred Temple, Crthse Mop Wash Etc Early Elevator, Crthse Serv Ind Boys' School, Inm Maint Xew Castle St Hosp, Cloth Inm Ft. Wayne St. School, Same Muscatatuck St School, Same' •Ramsay Prt, CCiirse Off Supp Robert Smith, Ditch Repr Robert Russell. Same Ideal Cement Wks, Same Tile Robert Woolridge, Ditch Dirt, Repr ... Ramsay Prt, Aud Off Sup Tipton Lmbr, Surv Supp Frank Aiig Inc. Br Replace Mikes Radio Serv, Jail Serv Nina Aldridge, Rec Serv Waltcr Batts. Sher Cloth Ramsay Prt, Sher Off Supp Police Equipment . Sen', Same, Equip National Sheriff's Assoc. gher Supp Don Ross Mtr, Sher Car Sen- ••• Compton's, Jail. Agric, Crthse, Inf Lbr.. Supp Curtis Dyna. - Products, Sher Repr Continental Steel Corp, 4-H Fair Grds Supp .. Martin Ins. Agcy. Crthse Ins Garris Molden, Same Kemp Accy, Same Deford General Ins, • Wkman's Comp. .. Valley Forge Flag Co, dthse. Flag .: Sedora Clark, Tr Exp .. Carolyn Perry, Same Mona Hasket. Same Sandra Conklin, Same IT S Poit Office, Post \\ elf Ramsay Prt, Welf Off Supp • • — • VT. M. Clary, Mile Davjd Troyer. Same ... Ruth' Wlmer, Same W.'M. Clary. Off Supp . Ruth Wimen.'Exp ..... Maude' Welsh, Post ... Hiill-Rodecap.. Sher Supp Enneking & Phifer Sunoco. Sher Car Sen- Early Elevator Co, Crthse Serv-^Sept • • . . Guidance Center Howard . Co. Serv Chg • Tipton Utll Serv Bd. Util Tipton Tel 'Co., Rent & Toll ' • Tipton Tribune.'Adv .... Respectfully Submitted, OttVlLLE TT CLICK Auditor, Tipton County 20.05 3.00 3.00 6.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 213.00 37.50 30.0<! 59.70 65.00 274.25 30.00 9.SO 490.00 15.98 10.00 625.95 20.20 122.0S 10.35 5.00 25.00 304.00 70.70 7S.34 4.00 1.00 S.273.63 20.50 5.00 40.40_ 29.45 64.98 12.50 7S.98 S16.96 51.44 1,036.69 30.00 30.00 30.52 1.150.09 20.75 24.34 18.64 8.20 1.50 50.00 12.90 62.09 3I-..68 65.66 40.12 75.32 5.00 20.05 128.38 10.00 275.00 345.90 240.53 141.04 CARD OF THANKS ' We would like to. thank Margaret and David Hoitsclaw family and staff of the Hoitsclaw Nursing Home for the-wonderful loving and homelike care my mother received during the two (.years she was a patient there. It will always be remembered and appreciated. ' Jim and Thelma Robinson SEPTIC TANKS.' toUet vault* -vacuaa cleaned. >Sewer 'anq basement drains cleaned with, electric cutting knives; Phone Elwood FE 2-2684. David geqfij er Cleaner*.. . . C-£j ——-—— gests using any mino reactions NEW YORK (UPI) — Good- to accumulate positions in indi- boy & Co. says that profit-tak- vidua! situations which would ing and tax selling will proba- outperform the general market' bly start tp increase in the next' - LJalie M. Pollack of Reynolds three to six weeks, either in an- & po. says that while the rate ticlpation of the November, of advance in the general mar- election or immediately there-ket hag .lowed down, a positive after; •, , , |inve|tment policy .«tjll appears" Tessel, Paturick &. Co, mg- to be indicated at'this .time. ? Presidential Outlook Th* South By JACK WALSH . United Pre** International NASHVHJ-E, Tenn.'fUPI) — Dan Kuykendall is a conservative-, a Republican, a candidate for the" U.S. Senate and he agree? with" Barry Goldwater on practically everything but the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA). Goldwater has proposed that the -federal government turn over several TVA functions to private enterprise and in Tennessee this is comparable to sticking your arm into a hornet's nest Kuykendall has stated that regardless of what anyone says —Republican, Democrat or independent — he favors, leaving the TVA alone. A former soap company executive, Kuykendall is one of several Republicans running hard in-Tennessee—a state that has gone for the GOP in the Jast three presidential elections. < Potential Big Upheaval • In fact Tennessee's GOP has generated campaigns that carry the potential of a major upheaval in the state's congressional representation. At stake are two U.S. Senate seats and six of Tennessee's nine congressional seats. The Republicans could emerge with ,a majority, but the paradox is that as of today President Johnson holds the edge in the state — apparently mainly • due to Gohiwater's statements on TVA. Republicans are favored to retain three congressional jeats. Two are in mountainous east Gennessee districts which have voted Republican more than a century. They could win two more seats, and possibly as many as four. Face .Some Opposition The state's two U.S. Senate seats are among the four in which Republicans have mounted more than token opposition. Democrats have held both since Tennessee's senators were first elected by popular vote in 1916. Albert Gore, the state's senior senator, has conceded that he faces a serious threat in his bid for a third term against Kuykendall. Kuykendall has called • the silver-haired senator a "flaming liberal." He said Gore's recent votes against civil rights and the federal \ta x cu t were politically motivated to build a conservative image. Gore had little to say about Kuykendall. Instead, he attacks Goldwater. Ross Bass, a Democratic congressman, is opposed - by Howard Baker Jr., son of vallate Republican congressman,-.,in.| Tennessee's other Senate race. Bass is favored largely because of his decisive primary victory in August over Gov. .Frank Clement, the "golden boy" of Tennessee politics. ! Kefauver's Seat The Senate seat was held by Estes Kefauver who died in August, 1963. Sen. Herbert S. Walters, appointed shortly after the. death, is not seeking election.' The general election winner will be able to take office when results, are certified and gain seniority on other freshman senators. The term expires in January, 1966. The congressional race in which Republicans feel they are most likely to gain representation is for the seat of Rep. Clifford Davis, a congressional veteran of 24 years who was defeated in the recent Democratic primary by George Grider. Qrider, .a county' official, is opposed by Republican Robert James who lost to Davis by less than 1,300 votes in the 1962 general, election. Republicans feel James is much stronger now in the populous Memphis- area district, bordered by Mississippi and Arkansas. The GOP is also hopeful of unseating. Rep. Richard H. Fulton, a Democrat from the metropolitan Jfashville area., Fulton, seeking a second term, is opposed by Republican Bill Wills. '"'."' Fulton Favorite . tacks on Fulton and describes his opponent as "one of the most liberal members of Congress." The races In Tennessee are the only competitive U. S. Senate campaigns in the South this year but at least one other — in Virginia — has attracted attention because it involves Harry F. Byrd, 77-years-old and a U.S. senator since 1933. Byrd has /been the major domo of v Vkginia politics, since the 1920s. In this election year, Byrd is a silent Democrat whose 1 silence is golden for the Republican cause. Byrd has Republican opposition but the GOP candidacy almost ripped the party apparatus apart. Virginia's GOP state convention refused to rock the boat by nominating a Republican to run-against Byrd. A silent Byrd who does nothing to support the national Democratic party and whose political philosophy is so closely identified with the Goldwater movement, was good enough for the Virginia Republicans. But not- for Richard A. May, a cattle raiser and Republican who decided to oppose the patriarch. His opposition against Byrd is considered token. In Florida, veteran incum- cumbent Sen. Spessard Holland is opposed by Republican Claude Kirk, Kirk is running a vigorous race but his opposition is token.' As an unknown conservative Republican, Kirk finds-himself "face-to-face with Holland, a well-known conservative Democrat. Sen. John C. Stennis, D-Miss., is seeking his fourth term and has no opposition. Two- men tried, and failed, to get on the general election ballot. Both men, including a civil rights Negro leader, were declared-ineligible. STRICTLY BUSINESS by McFeaHer. "Yes sir, and what comes after. 'Boin-n-n-g'?' ON*THE FARM FRONT By BERNARD BRENNER United Press International WASHINGTON (UPI) — The American Farm Bureau Federation says Sen. Barry M. Goldwater has agreed with its policies in Senate votes more consistently than President Johnson. A statement comparing the Senate voting records of the two presidential candidates is carried in this .week's edition of the Farm Bureau's Newsletter. A Farm Bureau, spokesman in Washington says the. organization has not taken any stand on the 'presidential race. The spokesmari'says the article carried in the Newsletter was not an endorsement of either^ candidate. Leaders of another major farm group, the National Farmers Union, have thrown their full weight into support of Johnson. A third farm organization, the National Grange, has remained silent on the campaign. The Agriculture Department's losses on farm- support programs rose to about $3.2 billion for the year ending last June 30, an increase of nearly $600 million over the previous year. The report covers total realized losses for the department's Commodity Credit Corp. This includes losses suffered when surplus farm commodities are sold for less than cost. It also includes charges for storage and handling of surplus commodities, export subsidies, .and direct payments to farmers for price support; or acreage diversion." At the same. time, however, the Agriculture Department reports that the government's investment, in surplus farm commodities on June 30 was down slightly from a year earlier. - The investment on June _ 30 was nearly "$7.1 billion. A year earlier it was more than $7.2 billion. The increase in losses reported for the 1963-64 year was due primarily to new direct government payments to farmers and to the , cotton trade. The new Fulton is regarded a favorite 'payments to farmers were sup- in the race and has conducted : lementary 'price support bene- only a low-key canpaign. Wills fits to producers of feed grains has launched several vejbal at-land wheat. PUBLIC AUTO AUCTION Over 250 cars to be auctioned '54 thru'64 will be sold EVERYONE WELCOME 'On the spot financing Starts 11 a.m. Saturday, October 3, 1964 ZINTSMASTER CHEVROLET, !nc .2722 South Washington Avenue Kokomo, Indiiha fhone G\> 2-5475 RELIGION IN AMERICA By LOUIS CASS ELS United Press International Christian theology has always asserted- that Jesus Christ accomplished a "reconciliation" between God and man. This is the heart of the Gospel. But what exactly does it mean? To many people, it means something like this: "God was angry with men because of their sins. But Jesus became humanity's champion. On the cross, He suffered in our stead, accepting the punishment we deserved. God was placated by Jesus' sacrifice, and now is prepared to love any human being who appears before His throne of judgment pleading the name of Jesus." The Doctrine of Atonement, so formulated, has become one of the greatest stumbling blocks for modern seekers after faith. They just can't work up much enthusiasm or the kind of God it describes—a vindictive God whose wrath could be appeased by the sacrifice of an innocent life. New Book Helpful Those who are • repelied by the notion that Jesus was a sort of scapegoat for human misdeeds may find it helpful to read a new book, entitled "The Man for' Others," published this week by Oxford University Press (paperback, $i:50). The author is Rev. Erik R'outley, a British theologian who formerly taught at Ox£>rd and is now a. congregationalist pastor. This remarkable little (107- page) book is every bit as modern, courageous and open- minded as Bishop John Robinson's "Honest To God." And it is considerably less muddled in its theology than that, sensational best-seller. In fact, it is a much-needed sequel which ought to be read by anyone who was stimulated, anr noyed or just plain confused by "Honest To God." ' Dr. Routley feels that it is nothing short of blasphemy to suggest that what Jesus did for mankind was "to. placate a tyrant God who was waiting to punish His people with death." ( Actually, he says, Christ's mission was exactly the opposite. He came to reassure men that God is not hostile toward them. Think God Unfriendly . Man has a natural tendency, Dr. Routley says, to think of God as being - unfriendly and unfair. Everything that goes wrong in life becomes another justification for nursing a "grievance" against God. This "settled attitude of grievant-e" is what the Bible means by sin. It is the antithesis of. faith, and the ultimate source of a particular sins. • • To liberate man from this attitude, God sent Jesus into the world. Jesus was a fully {iu- man person who bore "the stamp of God's very being." His mission was not to recon- -cile God to man, but rather'to reconcile man to God: That [is, to help men transfer their relationship to God from one'of grievance to one of reciprocal confidence. i "Jesus Christ did not corjie to stand up for us against God, to vindicate mankind against a God who disbelieved in man's worthiness to be saved," says Dr. Routley. "The office [of Jesus was not to represent men to God but to BE God among men. Where men were saying that 'God must be caused to love the world,' Jesus said, 'God is love' — meaning 'God loves the world and has always loved it." PRETTIEST INDIAN - Winner of the American . 'Indian beauty contest at the Pendleton Roundup. Pendleton, Ore., is Geraldine Piotras. 15. She's a Klamath Indian who Uvea m Portland, Ore. Buy U. S. Bonds PUBLIC AUCTION We will sell at Public Auction at 903 North Independence Street, in Tipton, Indiana on SATURDAY. OCTOBER 3, 1964 AT 1:00 P.M. 2 pc. green living room suite; 2 pc. pillow arm green living room suite; upholstered rocker; chrome folding wheel chair; maple chair; oval coffee table; lamp table; radio-phonograph comb.; swivel desk chair; typewriter desk; chrome and plastic office settee and-2 chairs; shelves; portable phonograph; open bookcase; coffee table; wicker tables; folding screen; studio ceuch; lamps; 4 poster bed room suite with innerspring mattress; featherbed; window fan; three Clopay doors and tracks ,40"; two dinette sets; chairs; round oak tableland chairs; gas Ironrite Ironer; General Electric, refrigerator; Sellers cabinet; new pressure cooker; two other cabinets; splash back sink; cooking utensils; iron bench; electric range; Handy-Andy Microscope set; rubber °*floor runners; picture window; inside doors; Rural mailbox on post; car top carrier; piekett fencing for flower beds; books; two electric irons; daybed; cupboard; winter bouquets in pots; one lot used lumber and garage door; and a fence stretcher. SIX ANTIQUE DOLLS; other items, including a 36" chain saw. TERMS—CASH NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS DR. & MRS. J. W. ClARKSON-Owners CHARLES O. MULLINS — Auctioneer Phone Osborne 5-4305, Tipton, Indiana

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