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Wednesdqy, MQY. !$J9$4 THE TIRTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 5 SKHHKJBIT HI? CLASSIFIED RATES I iiu«rtion 4c par word ^ insertions „_. 7c per word 3 <n»*rtions . 9c per word 4 insMrt <ons 11c per word 5 inserttcns . 13c per word 6 IrwertJons _ 14c per word Minimum rate — $1.00 Charges are al a reduced cash rate and apply if the ud 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 ifter the first incorrect insertion. : BLACK FACE LOCAL — 15c per line. MEMORIAM — lec p»r Fine. CARD OF THANKS — fl J5 Can OS 5-2115 before 10:00 A. M. for insertion same day, nxcept Saturday—call before 0:00 A.M. CANCELLATION — UNTIL 10:C3 A. M. DEADLINE. I DISPLAY RATE Cass, per cot. inch 90c 1 inch per mo. daily — $18.00 Each additional inch _ $11.00 (RATE QUOTED ARE LOCAL) FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE FOR SALE — Farm—10 acres, % mi east of East Union. Large 4 bedroom home, $25,000. Ferguson-Bergman Real Estate, Kokomo. GL 7-8716 or GL 9-4770.,3029 S. Lafountain St., Kokomo. P-42 FOR SALE—5 room house, full basement. 2 lots. New home. 817 N. East. Phone OS 5-6631. P-39 FOR SALE FOR SALE—Cider. Lester Illges OS 5-6795. C-37 FOR SALE—Water conditioners and water softeners. Russell's Dairy sales, R. R. 5, Tipton. Sharpsville phone 963-2550. C-tf FOR SALE — 36" Roper gas range, G. E. portable dishwasher." Both in excellent condition. Phone OS 5-6439 after 5 p.m. C-41 FEMALE HELP WANTED (FOR SALE — Beautiful Betsy Boss spinet piano, like new. Carl Aldridge. < C-41 FOR SALE — 2 cages 22x25x 36 high, suitable for Mina birds or small monkeys, $3.00 each. 461 N. Main. C-40 FOR SALE —.20,000 B.T.U. gas space heater $15.00. 2 mens top coats 36 or 38. OS 5-7276. C-40 FOR SALE-^Beauty equipment. Excellent condition. Phone FE 2-9302., Elwood after 4:00 p.m. P-41 LIVESTOCK Gilts all sold. We have extra good S.P.F. Hampshire boars. Bill Findling. Phone LY 5-3575. HELP WANTED FEMALE—age 20 to 45. Retail experience helpfuL Apply in person. Carney's Drug Store. C-39 OPPORTUNITY WANTED! MEN! WOMEN! To Truin For Income Tax Consultants A feu* clear thinking people will be He lec ted fijom this urea to enroll in new, low cost train* ing program prepared by CPA's. Earn lucrative fees. (Some tax consultants earn $5 and more per return). Excellent year 'round Income keepiuff client's tax records. Dignified life-long- profession! If you can study one hour daily at home, write today for free facts, free aptitude* t est. Southwestern Academy BOX D C/o Tipton Tribune FOR SALE — Registered bull and 9 Hereford heifers, fresh in April; 2 good cows fresh soon. 3rd house east of East Union. Phone PLeasant 8-5714. C-42 USED CARS FOR SALE — 1959 Olds 83 Holiday Sedan, one owner, good condition. 39 S. Harrison St., Cicero. P-42 FOR SALE—1958 Chevy Impala 6 cylinder. Good . condition. lFirst good offer accepted. 404 N. Main or OS 5-6289. P-41 For Your Car Needs See ^ THf '••"•'•>' ™ ""M.1TY ^ 120 S. West St. Phone OS 5-4941 Tipton FOR SALE—Apples. Turley U'inesap, Rome Beauty and others.. On State Road 28. One inile east of Kempton road. Mitzenberg Orchard. C-43 COR SALE—Spinel organ, excellent condition. Reasonable. OS 5-6263. C-tf TOR SALE — Apples—Cider- Popcorn. Hainien Orchard., 2 miles =e3t of Greentown, turn Ticrth and follow signs. C-42 FOR SALE-Applf^ and ciderf| Smith Orchard. 1 mile north, 41 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 — New Tilt Glide Rockers $35.00 each. Ph. OS 5-4056. C-39 FOR SALE—Freshman manure loader for a John Deere trac- l tor. 8 good hog houses. Mitch. ell Jackson, 3rd house east • of East Union. Ph. Pleasant 8-5714. C-42 Singer, Six Months Old 539.08 Full Price Walnut cabinet included. Assume seven payments of $5.58 monthly. Sews backward and forward, over pins, darns and mends, sews on zippers, monograms, appliques,, equipped to zig-zag, warranty included Call OS 5-2135. C-tf FOR SALE—Blond handmade violin an dgood case. Call FE 2-7721, Elwood. Reverse cahr- ges. P-40 ZLEANINGEST carpet cleaner you ever used, so easy too. Get Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer, $1.00 Carney's Drug Store. C-42 FOR SALE—Registered male collie pup. Atlanta 5 on 120. P-39 UUSIC IN YOUR HOME. Pia Bos — organs. Rental plans available. OS 5-6558. P-tf FOR SALE—White male toy fox terrier. OS 5-7260 after 5 p.m C-45 FOR SALE—Used washers and dryers. Wiseman Sales and Service, 108 Dearborn. C-47 FOR SALE—2 girls 20 inch bicycles and 1 large oil stove §5.00. Phone OS 5-2655. P-40 FOR SALE—Trio of "Millie" Bantams. Won 1st prize at Ohio State Fair last year. Would be fine for some 4-H boy or girL Phone OS 5-2583. P-42 FOR SALE — Girls fitted coat size 10. Excellent . condition. Ph. 963-5824. C-41 FOR SALE—New 1965 GMC pick-up, 5 tires, 8 foot body wide side, 127 inch W/B, 6 cyl., oil filter, air cleaner, fuel filter, air flow heater and defroster. $1,795. Service Motor Company, Inc., 123 S. Independence, Tipton. C-tf FOR SALE—Quality used cars. THROGMARTIN AUTO SALES, 704 W. Jefferson St. FOR RENT—House in country. Start all over again. People changed their mind. Ph. OS 5-6987. C-39 SERVICES YOU MAY RENT a piano as low as $5 per month. Mrs. Ted Sharp. OS 5-6263. Ri.ddick Piano Co. C -tf PERKINS ELECTRIC Service, Inc. now offering fast reliable service to Tipton area. Residential, commercial, industrial. Phone GL 7-4294, Kokomo after 5 or weekends GL 9-4808, collect. P-42 SEPTIC TANKS, toilet .vaults vacuum cleaned. Sewer and basement drains cleaned with electric cutting knives. Phone Elwood FE 2-2684. David Sewer Cleaners. C -tf Portable welding. Phone 947-2279 Tony Hancock. Shop in Groomsville. P -43 TRUCKS mOOA Y» TO «0 TONS SERVICE MOTOR COMPANY INC. 24 TOWING HR. SERVICE CALL BARNEY GOODNIGHT DAY: OS 5-4549 NITE: OS 5-6166 SERVICE MOTOR COMPANY INC. WANTED — Furniture Upholstering and Repair. Lawrence Piektell. OS 5-1358. C-tt FRONT END ALIGNMENT — , Wh«ei balancing, EBERT Sini clair Sartre. Phone OS 57125. C-tf HELP WANTED WANTED —. Skilled upholsterers and frame builders. Reply giving qualifications a n present earnings. We will arrange interview. Reply Box No. B c/o Tipton Tribune. P-39 Address .. Age... I'Jione .... RAWLEIGH PRODUCTS sell at practically every home. Start a" Rawleigh route in Tipton County or City of Tipton. No capital required. Write Rawleigh, Dept. IN K 380 885, Freeport, 111. P-25-37-49 WANTED WANTED—Raw furs„ 2 miles south, V2 mile west of Sharpsville. Vera Purvis and Sons. Phone 963-2697. • C-40 WANTED — Com picking and shelling with Gleanor Combine. Omer Brown. Phone Atlanta- 2 on 27 . P— WANTED—Live poultry. A. L. Shaw, Greentown, Indiana Phone 628-3875. C-42 WANTED—Home for Phone LY 5-4501.- puppy. P-tf WANTED—Ride to downtown Kokomo. Hours from 8 to 3:30 or 4. Sandy Steele, OS 5-6817. C-40 FOR RENT Goat Creates Pandemonium In School Yard INDIANAPOLIS (U P I) — "M.ary had a little lamb ..." Charles Henson, 9, Donald Shatteck, 10, and Danny Dobbs, 9, had a little goat. "Its fleece was white as snow ..." The billy goat wasn't quite as snowy white as Mary's lamb. It was kind of soiled from 10 days of hiding out in a dusty back lot as the secret pet of Charles, Donald and Danny. "And everywhere that Mary went..." Special precautions were taken to keep Billy corralled in a fenced lot so'he wouldn't get away. "That .lamb .was .sure -to 9° • The boys knew that if Billy got out and started following them around, they might get into trouble. "It followed her to school one day..." But Billy wanted to go out with the boys and he slipped away and followed Charles, Donald and Danny to School 68 today. "Which .was .against .the rule...". Principal Verna Craig couldn't put her finger on a specific rule against goats in school, but she was sure that a goat had no business cavorting around the schoolyard. She called the police. "And made the children laugh and play ..." Miss Craig found it difficult to bring order when time came for classes to start. She found it difficult to be dignified herself since, she confided, "it was one of the funniest things I have seen." "To see a lamb in school." Enter Patrolman Bernard Smith. Smith got a rope around Billy's horns and spent a hectic five minutes tying the other end to a utility pole while Billy demonstrated his irritation by, butting the officer repeatedly and chewing on the rope. Normalcy eventually was restored, and when lunchtime arrived, Charles, Donald and Danny led Billy back to his lot and shut the gate tightly. FOR RENT—H oover Rug shampooer - polisher. Safe, easy to use. Professional results. $1.00 per day. Compton and Son. Across from Postoffice. C-49 FOR RENT—2 bedroom ranch style home with gas heat and garage. No pets. Phone OS 5-4928 for information. C-40 FOR RENT—3 room furnished apartment. 460 N. West. OS 5-4544. C-40 FOR RENT—Modern 3 bedroom home, 2 baths, family room, well located. Phone Atlanta 10 on 13. P-40 FOR RENT—3 room unfurnished apartment,. gas heat. Adults only. OS 5-6612. C-40 LEGAL NOTICE OHDIXAXft NO. 2.1G AX OUDIXAXCE ACTIIOUIZIXG THE 1XSTAU.ATJOX OK ADDITIONAL STOP SIUXS IX THE crry OF TIPTON. INDIANA, AND PUBSOIUHIXG PE.VALTIKS FOR FAILURE TO COMPLY BIO IT OKDA1XED liy the Common Council of the City of Tipton, Tipton County, Indiana, that: 1. Stop signs shall be erected at the locations as set out hereafter, and it shall be unlawful for anyi person, firm, or corporation to operate a vehicle on the streets of Tipton, Indiana, and fail to come to a complete stop at such stop sisiis when traveling in. the direction as set out herein: a. Hill and Ash Streets. Kast- hound traffic required to stop. 1). Hill and Poplar Streets. North and South traffic required ttt stop. c. Hill and llaple Streets. North and South traffic -required "to stop. d. Hill and Oak Streets. North and South traffic required to stop. e. Hill and MM Streets. East and West traffic required to stop. f. dreen and North Streets. North, South,. East, West traffic required to stop. p. Slain and Dearborn Streets. West, North, and South traffic required to stop. 2. Any person, firm, or corporation violating the provisions of this ordinance shall lie subject to a fine of not less than £1.00 nor more than S23.00. 3. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and. publication as required by law. PASSED AND ADOPTED hy the Common Council of the City of Tipton, Tipton County, Indiana, this 9th dav of November, 1964. MAY BENCH, May»r ATTEST: CAROL LORD, Clerk-Treasurer C-J3-39 ASPCA SHOW Teachers at t h e American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals treat underprivileged children to a peek at the world of animals. The teachers visit schools, camps, settlement houses, churches and Y's with a menagerie of animals, including a chi­ huahua named Ginger, a Siamese cat named Saki and a snake named Kaa. The society estimates 4 ,000 children get s.uch a treat in a month. OCELOT from head to toe Is Linda Christian as she visits Kim Novak on film set in London. Kim is 18th century- clad for "The Amorous Adventures of Moll Flanders." SETS EARNINGS RECORD NEW YORK (UPI) — Stanley Dancer of New Egypt, N.J., today became the first $l-million driver in harness racing history when his earnings reached $1,035,527. The highest figure before this year was the $816,659 earned by Bill Haughton in 1958. BOWL CONSIDERATIONS HOUSTON, Tex. (UPI) — The Bluebonnet Bowl Committee today said that teams being considered for its 1964 game include Tulsa, Texas Tech, Oklahoma, Florida, Florida State, Mississippi and Georgia Tech. FOREIGN NEWS COMMENTARY (Greece and Bulgaria there existed no road, air, rail, tele- j graph or other means of communication. I Today, new tourist agreements link Bulgaria with .Greece, Turkey and Yugoslavia. exists Bulgaria By PHIL NEWSOM UPI Foreign- News Analyst SOFIA, Bulgaria—Two stony- faced Bulgarian militiamen stand guard outside the double doors of the United States lega -j..... . tion at No. 1 Alexander Stam J * standby . *Svce™nt boliiski Boulevard in Sofia. ! wth R° mama - Tours run be- Tommy guns are tucked in the crook of their arms. Their presence sets the tone of U.S. - Bulgarian relations which in recent months have ranged from cooly correct to frigid. Bulgaria, to a degree , . , , . , matched only by Communist velopment of an iron and steel East Germany, remains the na- ; f lnplex ' a Petro-chemical ration within the East European du ^ tr y. th 5 development of oil Communist bloc most closely j a , nd gas fields just discovered tween Sofia and Athens and the Black Sea coast and Istanbul. Bulgarian loyalty to Moscow comes high. High Soviet Credits Within the past year Soviet credits have totalled nearly' a half billion dollars for the de- tied to Moscow. And this tiny nation of eight million population tucked in a mountainous corner of the Balkans along the Black Sea remains among the last to aban- close to Romania, and for machinery and consumer goods. But of the latter, the average Bulgarian will see comparatively little. .; In the first place, his average don Stalinism in the cold war monthly income of 80 leva (ap thaw between East and West, proximately $40 at the U.S. Jail awaits the Bulgarian who tourist rate) does not encourage dares to criticize or joke about | free spending. the regime of Prime Minister and First Party Secretary Todor Zhikov. Tough On Bulgarians Hours of questioning by secret police is the reward of a Secondly, most of the consumer goods, textiles, electric appliances and household items, will go to Russia. And third, he would have difficulty keeping his electric ap- Bulgarian who dares to seek en-P Uances in use - Bulgaria sultry to the U.S. legation'without , fers a c hroiuc electric shortage a permit either from the For-| and m the montns of earl y fal1 eign or Interior ministries. l no home aPPuances may be Over thick Turkish coffee and 'j*? ed between 7 and 9 p.m. Russian brandy, a Foreign of- |Tnrough November and Decem- fice spokesman dismisses as petty an incident of last December. With the frozen-faced guards mysteriously absent, , a spent an hour hurling paving stones through legation windows and overturning automobiles owned by U. S. diplomats. Ostensibly it was a spontaneous outburst, brought on by conviction of a member of Bulgaria's United Nations delegation on charges of spying for the United States. It could, the spokesman insisted, have happened anywhere. ber the ban is extended to 6 to 10 p.m. But neither shortages of money nor goods prevent the Bul- mob !garian f rom ! Dem S an enthusiastic window shopper. Theatre Is No Babysitter Says Widow Owner VENTURA, Calif. (UPI) —A „ . .. , , TT „ „ . 50-year-old widow who owns But it plunged US.-Buganan and operates . this city , s two relations to their lowest level since the 1960 renewal of diplo matic contacts. movie theaters has served notice on parents that they will Tr „ , . , . . have t o look elsewhere for a .^•?™?!5 ! y .f!f ,T ,Jf g ?™ t ,babysitter. In recent newspaper ads, Mrs. Gertrude Clark announced that henceforth children under 12 years of age would no long- ccom- Bulgaria were settled in July, 1963, amounting to- about $3.5 million. But economic - relations between the two amount to little'" r /H ^.T" , ... , . ,„„„ er be admitted unless a or nothing, and from 1961 „.,„• A ... „„ „ .„ lf through 19 S 63 actually declined pa ^i^ ™ from $1.8 million to $1.2 million. Clame U.S. Officially, the THREE FEET OF IT—Ifs car cleaning time in Kyburz, Calif, after a three-foot snowfall in the Sierras. OBJE1 D'ART— A work of art hung in a Fans museum appears to perplex a French spectator, at a snow, "Fifty Years of Abstract Art." al the Musee des Arts Decoratifs. The "painting" is by an American, Robert Rauschenberg, . who is among'20U artists represented at the show. Two or three times a week, we have to call the police to pick up some child whose par. . ents dropped him off when the , .. .. if"'sanans d opened at 6:45 p.m. and pace the blame on the United fajIed ^ ick him ' whenthe States, saying the U.S has re- shQW e J ed tat £ mjdni ht jected trade overtures The U.S. and a ,. she said Tuesd ° rejoinder is that the Bulgarians, bee ' n , ^ t heater attempt to mix trade with politics, and cite interference with visitors at the legation as an example of tactics totally unacceptable to cordial relations. ness here for 33 years, but late ly this situation seems to me to be getting worse. "I don't know whether the , T , . .charm of television is wearing Nonetheless changes are com-l off but there secm to be more IS 8 v, B .u sar v !f as .• y - a ? o£ them thetse da y s ." she con through other bloc nations visit- y nued ed by this correspondent in a swing through -Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania, Czechoslovakia and Poland. As a bloe, the nations of Eastern Europe may be considered such only through economic and political links with Moscow. Ancient feuds remain, and a year ago Bulgaria lay isolated from its neighbors, Communist and non-Communist. Between Western - oriented Co-op Battery SALE Thru month of Nov. FREE Battery carrier with purchase of car, truck or tractor battery during this sale at your FARM BUREAU CO-OP "Many are there only for the show, after which they are picked up and taken home. We have no quarrel with these. "The new policy is aimed at! parents -who abandon their kids here and aren't even home when the police try to reacli them at one o'clock in the morning. "It makes me particularly unhappy to find a'small child of preschool age asleep in the empty auditorium at a time when the child should be home in bed," she said. "Even awake they're a handful. They get hungry and cry, or bored and race up and down j the aisles. They're almost impossible to handle. "The teenagers can be bad enough," she sighed. "But when they're naughty,' we can make them sit in the lobby or call their parents." Mrs. Clark said she didn't know what effect the new edict would have - on the box office, but "Friday, carloads of people drove away after we" refused to admit children alone." WINTER SUN Court Action Judith Batcman vs. Melvin Bateman. Petition for Divorce. Hearing set for Nov. 30. In Re Estate of Susan M. AI- therr, Laurence Altherr, executor. Petition for authority to sell real estate filed, heard, and sale ordered. Deed offered and approved. Ordered delivered. In Re Estate of Dora B. Adams, Farmers Loan and Trust Co., Administrators. Administrator's final accounting. Petition to settle:-and allow account, petition to determine heirs and legatees and petition for authority to distribute estate all filed. Hearing set for December S. In Re Estate of Gladys Campbell, Ralph Parsons and Lola Burton.. Co-executors. Report of Inheritance j tax appraiser filed. Hearing set for December 10. pots for the winter months, you can help their indoor growth by While your begonia plants j moving them to a sunny win- can't move south in their clay dow, say home plant specialists. FUNERAL HOME OSborn* 5-2415 Tipton 4ak!aka S«nri» eat bet fe BAKING HENS 45c LB. HAMS hole lb. 49c Shank Half _ 45c Butt Half— 55c FRESH YOUNG TENDER DOUBLE BREASTED TOM TURKEYS 18 to 25 lb. Homo Chicken Fat Vi LB. For Only 39c HEN TURKEYS J^. lb. 45c Beltsville Turkeys ,t lb. 49c YOUNG DUKLINGS lb. 55c FRESH OYSTERS pt. only $1.09 SMOKED CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS lb. 69c MORRELL PRIDE SLICED FREE SMOKED PICNICS lb. 29c TIPTON MEAT MARKET 117 S. WEST ST., TIPTON IND. Phone OS 5-4410

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