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Thursday; Oct 15,1964 THE TIFTOK DAlLYiTRlBUNE'! CLASSIFIED RATES 1 insertion 4c per word 2 insertions 7c per word 3 mv»rtions 9c per word 4 insmt.ions lie per word 5 insertions 13c per word 6 insertions .... 14c per word Minimum rate — SI .00 Charges are at a reduced c«sh rate and apply if the ad is paid within 10 DAYS after the 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 once as no allowance can be made lfter the first incorrect insertion. BLACK FACE LOCAL — 15c per line. MEMORIAM _ 10c p%r fine. CARD OF THANKS — f 1.25 Cell OS 5-2115 before 10:00 A. M. for insertion same day. ftxeept Saturday—call before !>:00 A. Mi CANCELLATION — UNTIL »0:CS A. M. DEADLINE. DISPLAY RATE Cass, per col. inch .-• 50c 1 inch per mo. daily — 518.00 £cch additional inch - $15.00 (RATE QUOTED ARE LOCAL) FOR SME-REM ESTATE FOR SALE—New 3 bedroom bi- level. Has 2',2 baths, kitchen, living, dining, utility, oak panneled family room with fireplace, and two car garage finished with mahogany pan- elling. Would consider taking older home on trade or would possibly sell on contract. Bud Haley, OS 5-2652. P-12 Repossessed Furniture Take over payments of $2.75 weekly on 4 complete rooms of furniture. and appliance. Full balance only $244. No money down. Just:make the November" payment. Consisting of 2' piece living room suite, 3' matching tables and 2 decorator, lamps," 4 piece modern bedroom including Mr. and Mrs. double dresser with tilting mirror, full sire bedstead, and , master size chest on chest, 5 piece dinette set including 4 heavy padded chairs. Refrigerator- Freezer combination and range. Ask for group No. ID 463. FURNITURE CITY U. S. A. 2165 N. Sherman Drive, Indianapolis, Indiana. LI 5-5281. Delivery anywhere in Indiana. Open daily 9 to,9. Sunday 12 to 6. TRUCKS—Clean H. Duty 1961 Chev 2T; 1959 Chev IW I T flat 'bed; 1959 Ford V-8, 2T; 2-1957 Chevs 2T-2S,beds; 1954 and 1952 Chevs 2T-2S; 1953 GMC COE 2T-2S, flat bed; 1956 Chev tandem and bed; 2 1962 Fords, V-8 1 tons; I960 Chev 1 ton flat bed; 1954 Ford 1 ton; 1954 Int. 1 ton, bed; 1954 Chev %T, hoist, and bed; 1958 and 1955 Chev % pickups; 2-1953 Chev pickups; 1958 and 1957 Chevy panels; 1958 Ford 6 panel; 1953 Int. Dump; Others. Boggess Truck Sales. J.uhct 28 and 29, 6 miles East of Frankfort. Phone Michigantown 249-3037. P-10 FOR SALE — Large Glo - Boy heating stove. Good condition. Phone OS 5-6793. C-10 FOR SALE—AKC Beagle pup, male. OS 5-4532. P-10 FOR SALE—6._ room semi-modern house and lot in Sharpsville. In good condition. .Phone Kokomo GL 2-53?2. P-12 FOR SME rOR SALE—Spinet organ, excellent condition. Reasonable. OS 5-6263. C-tf FUEL OIL ) WHITE GAS any amount at station WEBB OIL CO, 215 S. Main Tiptcfn FOR SALE — Apples—Cider- Popcorn. Hainlen Orchard, 2 • miles east of Greentown, turn north and follow signs. C-42 IN STOCK, HOLLEY carburetor thermostat choke housing. All Ford and American Motors Numbers. This Bakelite and coil spring controls choke butterfly. Elevator Auto Parts, 538 North -Main Street. P-14 FOR SALE—One used coal and wood heater and one wood heater. Goldsmith Hardware. C-10 FOR SALE—Boy's topcoats size 4 and 5. Gray tweed. Mrs. Jim Gasho, Atlanta 1-68. P-10 FOR SALE—Our entire feeding equipment including hog houses, feeders and fountains. • • Harvey Michel, OS 5-6530. :" p-io FOR SALE—1964 Yahama motorcycle. $200.00. Hoyt Brewer, 216 S. Main, OS 5-2513. P-1Q FOR SALE—Apples and cider. Smith Orchard. 1 mile north, Vi mile east of Sharpsville.' C-tf FOR SALE — Awnings, storm windows and doors. Ornamental iron. A. J. Butz. Phone OS 5-2646. C-tf FOR SALE—Apples — Grimes, Jonathan Turley Delicious. On State Road 28. One mile east of Kempton road. Mitzenberg Orchard. P-23 1964 NECCHI S41.1G FULL PRICE Only six months old. original price $139.50. Assume six payments of S6.86 monthly. Monograms, appliques, darns, mends, sews forward and reverse, equipped to zig-zag, and many other features on this fabulous Necchi. Guaranteed. Call OS 5-2135. ' C-tf •Full SALE—Used T V's, 1 por- . table. Wiseman Sales and Service, 108 Dearborn Street. ' C-19 FOR SALE—One Morning incinerator. New. Special price. Wiseman Sales and Service. C-13 FOR SALE—New Siegler LP. r gas heater. Floor heating, 'home heater — unbelievable ,'low price—Goldsmith Hardware. C-14, FOR SALE—Used GE 12 cubic foot refrigerator. Excellent condition. $75.00. Service Mb tor Co. Inc. OS 5-4549. tf ;FOR SALE—Used baby buggy in "excellent condition." OS 5-6942 .' ' C-ll FOR SALE—Apples and cider Lester Illges, OS 5-6795. P-15 IFOR SALE—Good used 'refrige rator. Phone Atlanta 2-120. ' P-12 FOR SALE—8 piece oak dining} >room-suite in good' condition.'! 'Guy Trimble, Windfall. P-12 FOR SALE—7 cu. ft. Frigidare. • Call after 6 p.m. OS 5-4070.' C-12 'OR^SALE—Auto ('.partial 4«tept ©ti, f;part 'payment,' TipTon* yFarm Bureau Cooperative ^patronage s t o c*/*£Wva'tor Uuto-Jeatte. 538 N.lteiR.SX._ P-14 FOR SALE—OCTOBER ONLY (any size) SNOW TIRES— Recaps — $25.00 pair, plus (any size) SNOW TIRES— taxes and good casings. ANTIFREEZE—Permanent type. Bulk carry out— bring container. $1.39 per gallon. FARMERS—Used 8 ply wagon tires. 650-16 — $12.50 each. Smith Tire Service, 115 North Independence Street, OS 5-6165. C-10 FOR SALE—Water conditioners and water softeners. Russell's Dairy sales, R. R. 5, Tipton. Sharpsville phone 963-2550. C-tf FOR SALE- Septic Tank. Call King, Windfall LY 5-3385. ' P-29 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.. C-21 LIVESTOCK S.P.F. Hampshire Boars—9 mo. old gilts t>y head or by, the pound. Bill Findling, Windfall, Ph. LY 5-3273. C-tf FOR SALE—Quality used cars. THROG MARTIN AUTO SALES, 704 W. Jefferson St. SERVICES IF carpets look dull and drear, remove the spots as they appear with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1. Carneys Drug Store. C-12 SEPTIC T A NKS , toilet vaults vacuuji cleaned. Sewer and basement drains' cleaned with electric cutting knives. Phone Elwood FE 2-2684. David Sewer Cleaners. C-tf TRUCKS FWO!* V» TO 60 TON* SERVICE MOTOR COMPANY IMC. WANTED — Furniture Uphol- steriag ax\C Repair. Lawrenw Picsrell. OS 5-4358. . C-tf PORTABLE WELDING SERVICE. Tony Hancock, Kempton. Phone 947-2210. Shop in Groomsville. P-7 FOR SALE—1 sow and 11 pigs. 8 gilts. 6 boars. All pure bred , Hamps, Thomas Duncan." 963• *2551.; P-12 FOR SALE—Nice SPF second litter sow. Pig after Nov. 3. 2 miles south, 1*4 east of Windfall. P-10 USED CARS For Your Car Needs See THE EMBIEM OF QUALITY ^ .2D S. Wert St. n4 "-'Pfe OS iM »4t INptel* FOR SALE—58 Chevy 2 ton 2 speed 15 foot grain bed. New rubber. John Freeman, Little New York. P-12 (FOR SALE—New 1965 GMC jick-up, 5 tires, 8.foot (.body Ivide side, 127 inch W^B, 6 4cyl.„ oil filter, air cleaner, fuel filter, air flow heater and-de • froster. $1,795. Service Motor Company, Inc.„. 123. S^Inde pendence, Tipton. C-tf L. P. Gas Service OR" INSTALLATION No Equip. Charge (100 lb bottles) Prompt Service TENBRCOK SALES, INC PhoiMfciiS 5-2054j A \ ' 114; So.' Main St.^i > (ioton Indian? WANTED TO R0il WANTED TO RENT—By yipung couple, 3 room furnished apartment by November 1st. OS 5-6486. C-14 LOST AND FOUND LOST—Dog, brown and white Collie. Answers to the name of Laddie. Reward. OS 5-2028. C-ll LEGAL NOTICE NOTICK ov rrisi-ic IIKARING The Zoning- Anneals Hoard of the City of Tipton. Tipton County. Indiana, will hold a public meeting in the City Court room on Tuesday, October 20, 1964, at S P.M. (CUT) to consider an application of A. •\Veber and J. Mens" for a variance to the minimum lot area p*.-r family for a irrouphoiisp on Lot 1. Block 3D. of the Original Town, said property being in **D" residential zone. LAXPIS P1KL.DS, SR., Sec. Zoning' Appeals Board City of Tipton. C-4-10. Presidential Outlook (EDITOR'S NOTE; This is another in; a series . of dis>- patches by United Press (it- ternational reporters on political trends" around the nation) IN MEMORIAM In' loving memory of James Pyle who passed away 9 years ago today. Sadly missed 'by children and grandchildren. CARD OF THANKS We sincerely thank all our friends for their many kindnesses and prayers in the illness and loss of our sister, wife, mother, grandmother and great- grandmother. The Gbldie E. Glass family CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends, neighbors and the various organizations for the kindness and sympathy extended at the deaijj of our beloved husband and fat h e r. Mr. Thomas Harvey Mitchell. Airs. Thomas Harvey Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Mitchell and family Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Mitchell and family. KING SEPTIC TANKS and Sewer Cleaning at a fair price. Licensed and Bonded by Ind. Board of Health. Windfall, LY- 5-3385. P-29 RECOMMENDS DISMISSAL , WASHINGTON (UPI) — A Federal Trade Commission (FTC) examiner Tuesday recommended dismissal of government charges that the Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) and its subscription record club engaged in unfair practices. Examiner Donald R. Moore ruled that the "evidence fails to support the allegations." The action is not a final decision of the FTC. It may still be reviewed by the full commission. In. 4962, the FTC charged that CBS and an affiliate, Columbia Record Club, had engaged in monopolistic and unfair prac- tires which led to reduced com. petition in the record industry. Outlook '64—The Sooth By AL KUETTNER .United Press international ATLANTA (UPI) — Negro voter registration in the South topped the two-million mark for the first time this year. Most of those.voting are expected to go for Lyndon B. Johnson. • The Negro turnout in Dixie on Nov. 3 could be a decisive factor in whether the region goes for Johnson or Republican Sen. Barry Gold water. Goldwater is in critical need of Southern electoral votes and he has strong support in the white South. He has almost none that has shown itself on the surface among Negroes of the "region. The Republicans took four southern states — Florida, Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia— in the Kennedy-Nixon battle of I960. Goldwater wants those 43 electoral votes, plus some others. At this point in the campaign, the experts view most of the South as a nip and tuck battle ground. Big Push Seldom has there been such a presidential campaign as this one, matching the big government liberalism of Johnson against the conservatism of Goldwater. For the South — a political mixture of white backlash, emerging independence among Negroes and stubborn party loyalties — both sides of the color line are taking 1964 seriously. 'For months, scores of Negro organizations have been push numbers at hotel fund-raising banquets and •• are invited to Democratic strategy meetings. Three of the biggest civil rights organizations in the South—National Association for Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), Southern Christian, Leadership Conference (SCLC) and Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)—all are concentrating on sending the biggest number of Negroes to the polls in American history. Demonstrations Deferred Their concentration on politics brought a temporary end to civil rights campaigns and contributed to a summer and autumn of relative racial peace in the South. Dr. Martin Luthern King, Jr., head of SCLC, helped bring about a moratorium on major racial demonstrations until after the election. He has come out 'publicly against "Gold- waterism." "There are six million registered Negroes in the country and two million in the South," King says. "Their vote can well determine which way this election will go. "If all the Negroes vote the same way, Goldwater would lose every Southern state but Mississippi and Alabama. "Even the Good Lord could not win there." A8 2nd add x x issues. . Republican speakers report their best issues are those questioning Johnson's integrity as they attempt to link him to Bobby Baker and picture him as hungry for power. They get applause when they attack .Humphrey as a "radical", and deplore Johnson's fiscal policies and handling of Cuba and Viet Nam. Democrats count heavily upon register-to-vote campaigns.'getting the.Negro vote. Newspaper polls show Johnson will FRONT END ALIGNMENT — Wheel balancing, EBERT Sinclair Service. Phone OS 57125. C-tf FARM DITCHING, bulldozing, back hoe work, pan work. Black top dirt, 7 yds. $14.00 Phone J & W excavating. Tipton 03 5-6381, Alexandria 7242104. C-tf INSTRUCTIONS —MEN— GET A MAN'S JOB ! ! Operating bulldozers^ ifrudcrs. driif*-Hiii-N, lKU*klioi-s sine! MTU|>- iTh. ICarn top w:igf AVt- will train ytui on our «M}iiipim*iit. A'A nppruvfd for full ri*siiU*nt trittti- liiR. Write: ASSOCIATED IIKAVY KQril 'MKXT SCHOOLS IOC \V. Monro** South IScml. Indiana WANTED WANTED TO BUY—Used up right: piann. Call OS 5-4538 immediately. C-12 Man or Woman living in Sharpsville—working in Tipton .... to take bundle daily to Sharpsville. Call Mr. Maney—OS 5-2115. rf ACtil TIPTON TRIBUNE WANTED—Live poultry. A. L. Show, Greentown, Indiana. Phone 628-3875. C-40 In the matter of Dick Ticen vs. Richard Betlge, Norman Dickerson and Prank Ticen: Answer - of the defendant Frank Ticen filed. Motion for examination of the plaintiff filed toy Jtichard iBettge 'and Norman Dickerson.-. In the matter of the estate of Rose Fraizer; Citizens National Bank, "executor: Report of inheritance tax appraiser filed. In the matter of the estate of Paul Schulenburg: Schedule and affidavit for inheritance tax purposes filed and referred to the Tipton County Assessor, as Inheritance Tax Appraiser, for report. • • In the matter of Henry Warner, etal.," vs. . Ruth Keel, Treasurer, Tipton County, etal.: Complaint for - permanent injunction. By agreement of parties, this matter continued until further order of the court. Authur' H. Noble, etal., vs. Ruth .Keel, Treasurer, Tipton permanent injunction. By agreement of parties,.this matter continued until further order of the court. In the matter of the estate of Rose Frazier; Citizens National Bank, executor: Executor's final account, petition to settle and allow account and petition for authority to distribute estate filed. Hearing set for 9 a.m., November 9. In the matter of the estate of Wilson Everett Johnson; John >F- Samuels administrator: Administrator's final account and petition to make distribution approved. Supplemental report of distribution and petition for discharge filed and approved. Affidavit of death of Susanj. M. Altherr filed. Last will" and Now that most of the registration books have closed, the drive has changed to get-out-the-vote. The Voter Education Project, a foundation - financed agency direct'ng .much of the Negro voter registration program, estimates that as of Sept. 1 there were 2,013,500 Negroes registered in 11 Southern states. That's Ian increase of almost 528,000 'over i960. A vigorous segment of the Negro vote total has been loyally Republican up to this year. In the days when it was "the solid South" meaning the region was in the bag for the Democrats, many Negroes found their political dignity in the ranks of the GOP. They were given delegate posts and other offices ind often found completeMnte- gration long before the word was a' political issue. Turning Point • Then came San Francisco and the nomination of Goldwater. Most Southern Negroes regard his nomination as the event that turned the GOP info the "white man's party." This year, it's the Democrats who are offering the Negroes full participation in presidential politics. Those "Johnson Girls" who don straw hats and yell for LBJ are now integrated, even in the Deep South. Negroes are turning out in testament admitted to probate. Lawrence Altherr appointed executor. WANTED—Custom-picking .and shelling; Ed Ripberger. LY 5-3469. . P-10 WANTED—House, 2 to 4 bedroom, unfurnished. OS 5-6703. P-12 FOR RENT YOU MAY RENT a piano as low as $5 per month. Mrs. Ted Sharp. OS £6263. Riddick Piano Co. C-tf FOR RENT— Vi double; 4 roods\ and hath, gas heat, unfurnished. OS 5-4243. C-1S :*24 TOWING HR. SERVICE CAUL: BARNEY GOODNIGHT DA\ r : OS 5-4548 NITE: OS 3-616* SERVICE MOTOR • COMPANY INC. STRICTLY BUSINESS ; b y McF««.r, "Just why do you want to be assigned to another territory, Argyle?" THE ALMANAC By United Press International Today is Thursday, Oct. 15, the 289th day of 1964 with 77 to follow. The moon is approaching its full phase. The morning stars are Jupiter, Mars and -Venus. The evening "stars are Jupiter and Saturn. Irish poet and author Oscar Wilde was born on this day in 1856. On this day in history: In 1917 World War I's most famous spy, Gertrude Zelle — known as Mata Hari — was executed outside >P'aris.- . In 1945, Pierre Laval, a former French premier, was executed for betraying his country get 98 per cent of that group in to Nazi Germany during World Cleveland and about,that much War 11." In. other cities.- Polls also show In 19 4 6> Reichmarshal Herm- Democratic defections an the an Goering committed suicide Polish wards and in the work- Dy taking poison a day before ing class neighborhoods in the he was scheduled to be execut- industrial cities, over the civil. rights law may not be as great ' as the party once .feared. A thought for the day: The Shot In Arm Greek orator, -Demosthenes, Gov. James A. Rhodes gave g a i(j : «T 0 remind a man of the GOP a shot in the arm by g 00 d turns you have done him making it clear in a speech to j s very muc h like a reproach-" the Republican women's con- : . vention he expects Republicans RUSK TO SPEAK to vote for Goldwater and the entire- GOP ticket. He endorsed Goldwater when the senator WASHINGTON (UPI)—Secretary of State Dean Rusk will .. .. . , . . . speak at ceremonies aboard whistle stopped m Ohio two fte us guided missUe cruiser weeks ago in terms some felt claude V . Ricketts at Washing- only lukewarm. Tkis time he made it olear his. administration supported Goldwater. The Republicans rate as favorites in the two other statewide races. Both Republican Robert Taft Jr. and Democrat! Stephen M. Young are cam- ! paigning as if they were underdogs for Young's Senate seat.: The polls favor Taft. I The race for congressman at. large seat Taft is giving up is ; seen as somewhat closer but Republican Rep. Oliver P. Bol- j ton is rated a slight favorite j over Democrat Robert E.­ Sweeney. - Both are from, the Cleveland area. Sweeney has run in statewide races before and Bolton has not, but the GOP organization and the heavy newspaper editorial support Bolton has received makes him the favorite. ton Navy Yard next Tuesday. The 334-man crew aboard the vessel includes representatives of West Germany, Greece, Italy, Turkey,. The Netherlands and Britain. The purpose is to demonstrate the feasibility of mixed national crews for the proposed NATO multi-lateral Nuclear Force (MLF). .' REPORT ON WOMEN WASHINGTON (UP« — The White House describes 1964 as "the most important" year for U.S. women since they won the right to vote in 1920. The description came Tuesday as President Johnson received the first annual report of the Interdepartmental Committee and Citizens' Advisory Council on the Status of Women. The report said the advance for women comes from an "increased awareness of women's frequently unused potential and of women's needs, accompanied by expectations of greater accomplishment and contribution." INDIGNANT PROTEST LONDON (UPI)—The Guild of Lady Drivers issued an indignant protest aimed at long-haired young male operators, whose bad driving habits • re»». fleeted on women when thej£ weren't recognized as men. ^ u. BUY S. SAVINGS BONDS . WORREED? NERVOUS Over Change-of-Life? faic your mind. Gal v. 9/com* ttiiat with iptctal woman'! madlelnu ' Don't dread those years of misery, of sudden hot flushes, waves of weakness, irritability.. tf you ure going through the change, >ion't despair. Do as countless thousands of women do —take a special woman's medicine— Lydia E. Pinkhanr Vegetable Compound—developed by • woman— specially tj help women by relieving such func­ tionally caused female distress. In doctors' tests woman after woman found that PinkhamV Compound gave dramatic help without costly shots. Irritability is soothed, hot flashes subsided. So don't sit and brood and feel unable to help yourself. You can ftel better. Get Lydia E. P'nkham Vejc«t#b'» Compound today. fhm 0*nf/« modiclnm with ihm ficnfl* nam ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE The undersigned, as Administrator of the Estate of Olive .-ierzog Plumley, deceased, will offer for sale at private sale, for not less than the appraised value at 10:00 a.m., OCTOBER 17 # 1064 it the law offices of Hufto & Regnier, 124 North Main Street, Tip:on, Indiana, the following described jewlry: 1 Rose gold cultured, pearl pin. 1 Group of old rings. 1 Ladies Whittenaur yellow gold watch. 1 Ideal yellow gold watch. 1 Ladies Elgin yellow gold wrist watch. 1 Pair garnet earrings—solid gold backs. 1 Garnet pin. (Consisting of approximately 140 * -• .. stones) 1 Garnet pin. (Consisting of approximately 73 stones) 1 Ladies yellow gold ring. (Consisting of 8 diamonds having an approximate total weight of .67 ct.) 1 Ladies yellow gold ring. (Consisting of 2 diamonds ; having an approximate total weight of .80 ct.) This sale will be continued from day to day thereafter until all of said items are sold. For further information call OS 54857. COLEMAN F. REGNIER, Administrator w/w/a Olive Herzog Plumley, Estate HUTTO & REGNIER, Attorneys PUBLIC AUCTION 1 will sell at Public Auction at 307 Douglas Street, in Tipton Indiana, on Saturday, October 17,1964 at 1 P.M. 2 piece maroon living room suite; Magic Chef oil heater, 63,250 B.T.U.; occasional table; end table; table lamp; house plants, including several African Violets; 9, x 12'. rug and pad with 3 matching throw rugs; vanity lamps; curtains; 400 day small square clock;, metal flower stand; 4 piece bedroom suite; springs and mattress; 2 cedar chests; hassock; wardrobe; metal bed; bedding, blankets and linens; Remington portable typewriter; washstands; 4 piece beJroom suite; springs and mattress; Sun craft sun lamp; decorative balance scales imported from Italy; Christmas decora* tions; Bissell carpet sweeper; GE canister type sweeper with attachments; GE electric iron; six dining chairs; double wood utility; set of dishes, service for 8; 9' x 12' linoleum rugs; Singer drop* head treadle machine with attachments; medicine cabinet; Victory Monogram 100 coal heater; red and gray Formica topped table and 6 chairs; metal double utility; Tappan 30" gas range; Hotpoint refrigerator; Cosco step stool; cooking utensils; one mihuts washer; double tubs; kitchen cabinet; tin door cupboards; antique rocker; 2 folding porch chairs; 2 metal lawn chairs; porch swing; keg of "old-hen and chickens"; 22 gauge rifle; Hopkins Allen 22 gauge rifle; Savage 22 gauge rifle; double barrelled shot gun; 20. inch Lawn-Flite lawnmower; wheel barrow; lawn cart; long extension cord; Wizard nearly new 7 inch saw; Wizard nearly new 1/2 inch drill; 26 inch bicycle; shovels, rakes; anvil; basketball goal; sledgehammer; metal tool box; extension ladder; hog pans; rope; lots hand tools; 275 gallon oil tank with gauge; trash barrel.-' Many other Items. 1958 OLDSMOBILE 98. 2 door full power car. TERMS: CASH NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS. MARTHA LISTON-OWNER AUCTIONEERS: . CHARLES O. MULL INS, Phone OS 5-4805, Tipton, Indiana GEORGE M. ASKREN, Phone OS 5-2214, Tipton, Indiana THE FIZZLE FAMILY By H. T.ELMO

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