The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 9, 1964 · Page 7
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1 Wednesday Dec. 9,1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 7 CLASSIFIED RATES 1 fn*»rtiwri 1 Ac par word 2 ifvvrtions 7c par word 3 m*»rtions 9c per word 4 ins«i-ikm» He p«r word 5 insertions 13c par word i Jiuertions . 14c per word Minimum rate — $1.00 Ctiarges are at a reduced c.sh rate and apply if the fad is paid within 10 DAYS after t*4 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 par line. MEMOR1AM — lie p*r r ine. CARD OF THANKS —1145 Call OS 5-2115 before 10:00 A.. M. for insertion seme day, itxcept Saturday—call before 11 :00 A. M. CANCELLATION — UNTIL 10:K A. M. DEADLINE. DISPLAY RATE C'ass. per col. Inch 90s 1 inch per mo. daily „ $18.00 €ach additional inch - $11.00 (RATE QUOTED ARE LOCAL) FOR SALE—Line design belt FOR RENT— Vz double—1 bed- vibrator. 'Frank Recobs.' OS 5-644S. ' ; p-eo 'FOR SALE — Beautiful' Betsy Ross spinet piano. Like new. Carl Aldridge. . C-59 room, gas iurnace. Phone OS 5-6130. C-*f LIVESTOCK FOR SALE—7 milk cows. 9 on 107, Atlanta, R.R. 1. Perry Miller. P-58 FOR Sale—95 head of feeder pigs. Average weight 60 lbs. PL 8-4775, Sheridan. C-38 HORSE AND PONY CONSIGNMENT SALE. — Registered Stallion, load of Texas horses. Good broke local ponies, plenty of equipment. Anderson Sale -Barn. Thursday night, Dec. 10—7:00 p.m. C-57 USED CARS FOR SALE—1955 Buick, $95.00. 1950 Dodge panel truck, $50.00. 1008 North Main or phone OS 5-6565. C-57 FOR SALE—1957 4 door Ford, runs good, good body, very good tires. OS 5-6168. Make offers. C-61 FOR SALE—1951 DeSoto Custom 4-door, 6 cylinder. Runs good, good tires and body. Make offer. Call OS 5-2052 after 5:00 p.m. C-57 FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE ACCEPTING OFFERS on sale of cement block building formerly used by Omar F. Brewer on South 1st Street in Tipton. To close estate. Robert E. Brewer, P. O. Box 6, Bremen, Indiana, or phone Bremen, 546-8441. P-57 FOR SALE—Quality used cars. THROGMARTIN AUTO SALES. 704 W. Jefferson St FOR SALE FOR SALE—Used gas space heater with fan and controls. Used televisions, $20.00 up. Used gas and electric clothes dryers. Wiseman Sales and Service, 108 Dearborn. C-58 rOR SALE—Spinel organ, excellent condition. Reasonable. OS 5-6263. C-tf POODLE CLIPPING. Also Poodle puppies for sale. Elwood. FE 2-2679. C-60 FOR SALE—Signature automatic oil heater with thermostat. 65,000. OS 5-2979.« ~- —P-57 FOR SALE — Awnings, storm windows and doors. Ornamental iron. A. J. Butz. Phone OS 3-2546. C-tf MUSIC IN YOUR HOME. Pianos — organs. Rental plans available. OS 5-6558. P-tf XMAS TREES—Get your tree early this year! Our own Scotch Pines. At Harold and . Berniece Lee's, mi West of Road 31 on Road 28, South side. Phone 963-5335. C-tf FOR SALE—Farm. 10 acres, Vis mile east of East Union. Large 4 bedroom home, $25,000.00 Ferguson-Bergman Real Estate, Kokomo. GL 7-8816 or GL 9-4770. 3029 South Lafountain Street, Kokomo. P-60 CHRISTMAS TREES Ronnie and Judy Sottong. 120 West Jackson. C-tf FOR SALE—Bicycle, girls 24 inch S.chwinn, excellent condition. Call OS 5-2713 after 4. C-tf Xmas trees sheared scotch pine. R. Griffy, N. Main Street. C-67 1964 SINGER CABINET $36.08 FULL BALANCE Beautiful walnut cabinet. Assume six payments of $6.01 monthly. Monograms, appli­ ques, • darns, sews forward and reverse, equipped to zig-zag, warranty included. Call OS 52135. . tf FOR SALE—Transistor control Genie garage door operators. Sales and Service. George ' Morrisett, 437 N. Main. OS 52096. - P66 FREE PUPPIES for Christmas 1 female, 5 males. 141 Market Road. OS 5-4259. C-61 ELEVATOR AUTO PARTS, 538 N. Main Street offers water and fuel pumps, new and rebuilt carburetors, starter solenoids, voltage regulators., plus hundreds of used parts. Open Monday thru Saturday to 5:00, Sunday to 12:00 noon. OS 5-4781. P-61 FOR SALE—Buzz saw for IFord tractor. Phone OS 5-2695, Tipton. P-58 FOR SALE—Underwood porta- • ble typewriter, transistor tape recorder. Reasonable. Call pS 5-4532 after 4:00 pjn. . C-59 FOR SALE^Scotch ]*ipe>jphrilfi mas trees, $2.99 a_ftd uo. Get, tickets for color TV oi?Christ- r mas trees. Cartels "^8upfi$ market. C-60 FOR SALE—Used stoker. Levi's (scrap yard) OS 5-47J31 .1 P -59 THE «••»»•'••«* ""AUTY 120 S. West St. Phone OS 5-4941 Tipton SERVICES LOST AND FOUND IiOST—Boys blue and white school jacket. Rondal L. Montgomery, 614 N. Independence. OS 5-2019. Rewards C-57 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION In the Circuit Court of Tipton County, Indiana. • Notice is hereby given 'that Citizens National Bank was on the I'Jth day of November, l'J64, appointed: Administrator of the estate of Oris K. Smith, deceased. All persons having claims against said real estate, whether or not now due, must file the same In said court within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will" be forever barred. Dated at Tipton, Indiana this 20th dav of November, I9G4. KOSS M. KUFPORD Clerk of the Circuit Court for Tipton County, Indiana Horace C. Holmes, Attorney 45^1-5' SEPTIC TANK and sewer cleaning. Call King, Windfall, LY 5-3385. P-81 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 FRONT END ALIGNMENT — Wheel balancing, EBERT Sinclair Service. Phone OS 5-. 7125. C-tf •WANTED — Furniture Upholstering and Repair. Lawrence Pickren. 06 5-1358. C-tt ill -G;E^ERAL,,tfrpT©RS /• : ", CORPORATION ' TRUCKS PROCM V. TO «0 TONS SERVICE MOTOR COMPANY INC! FEMALE HELP WANTED EARNINGS OF S55-S75 weeklj possible preparing mail - lists for advertisers in your home Choose own hours. For infor mation write: Departmen Council-20, Box 1763, S.S.S Springfield, Missouri 65805. , • P-5-, WANTED FREE XMAS MONEY —Jul bring in your scrap impli ments, complete cars, truck or farm tractors, junk battel ies, copper, brass, aluminun and lead. Scrap prices arc high at LEVI'S (scrap yard Tipton. P-5 WANTED—You—to see the dy namic film "God's Country' at 1st Baptist' Church Thurs day at 7:30 p.m. with TON} FONTANE in person. C-51 WANTED—Used ping-pong table in good condition. Call Of 5-6847. 'C-5£, FOR RENT FOR RENT—2 bedroom apartment. 236Vfc South Main. New remodeled and redecorated. Heat, water' and sewage furnished. Phone OS 5-6812. C-tf FOR RENT— Vi .of double. 3 bedroom completely remodeled. 114 W. North Street. C-tf YOU MAY RENT a piano as low as $5 per month. Mrs. Ted Sharp. OS 5-6263. Biddick Piano Co, . ' C-tf FOR -RENT— 3 room furnished apartment,- ^upstairs. Adults only. Phone OS 5-2348. C-57 FORiBENfirt-Upper apartment, ' adiflts oiay; 216V4 S. Main, *' OS3S2513.'- - " ' ' P-59 FOR f RENT-*rNtee, unfurnished ^upsta'trjt apartment. Close 4n, gas heat; Phone OS 5-2916. C-tf CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our deep {appreciation for the floral tri- mtes, cards and many acts of indness shown at the death o: jour beloved mother Lola Whis- Jer. We also wish to thank Mr. land Mrs. John A. Hartley of •the Shaffer - Crowmer Funeral Home for their kindness and understanding which they extended to us. Also Rev. Lee Mangold for his comforting words. Mrs. Don Hope and.Mrs. Ruth Hartley for their beautiful music and the ladies of the Arcadia Christian Church for the dinner. These acts of kindness will never be forgotten. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Quear, and family Mr, and Mrs. Harry Whisler, and family Hits Jackpot LONDON (UPI) —Lawrence Freedman, whose 70-cent bet in a football pool brought him a record $844,869, plans to invest the money "in the best and safest way I can." Freedman, 54, director of a trading stamp company here, accepted his check Tuesday night after bracing himself with three scotches. "This is' the biggest deal I have ever pulled off," he observed. "I am going home for a good night's sleep." iFreedman, married and the father of one,._won the—fortune by correctly forecasting the football results last weekend. Asked what he would do with the money, Freedman replied: "I shan't buy a new car, I've just got one. I am going to invest it in the best and safest svay I can." He said he had no "system" of picking winners and last week had "filled in my coupon as I always do every Thursday." 21 GIRLS DROWNED RAU.MA, Finland (UPI) — Singing happily as they were being taken by ferry to a military dance, 35 teen-age girls were suddenly pitched into the icy waters of Fauma Harbor Tuesday night when the vessel •vas struck by a tugboat. Today, police said at least 21 if the girls drowned, along with he three military crewmen of he motor launch, which sank iter being struck amidships by he tug in an icy rain. The teen-agers • were being aken to the weekly dance spon- ored by the Finnish coastal rtillery when the accident hap- ened about 200 yards offshore f this northern coastal town. On The Lighter Side By DICK WEST United Press International WASHINGTON (UPI) — Good restaurant chefs often have tremendous creative forces seething within them. Many great chefs are frustrated artists. For that matter, I suppose that many great artists are frustrated cooks. Which may explain why so many paintings look like something that was thrown out by the kitchen. Anyway, the Epicurean Club of Washington recognizes that chefs need an outlet for their artistic talents. It recenly sponsored what was billed' as a salon of culinary art." It invited the Rembrandts of the range to create works of art, such as paintings and sculpture, and exhibit them at the salon. Must Bed Edible They were allowed to express themselves as they saw fit, but with one restriction: the objet d'art had to be edible. I'll admit right of fthat I'm no judge of such things. AH I know about art is what I had for supper last night. But l\ thought the exhibit reached a high cultural level. . There was an abstract-impressionist suckling p i g that would have done credit to Picasso. There was a cakefrosting landscape like Grandma Moses used to make. A turkey created from lobster tails had a smile that reminded me of the Mona Lisa. A chaud froid de cote de pore en bellevue had a lot of the charm of Whistler's mother. Carves Semi-Nude But the masterwork that I found most impressive was a piece of sculpture by Pierre Fort, executive chef of the Sheraton Park Hotel. He carved an almost lifesize, semi-nude statue of Napoleon Bonaparte's sister out of lamb fat. Entitled^ "Pauline," it shows her reclining, bare .from the waist up, on a sort of chaise lounge. I asked Fort, former head chef for the French Lines, how he:had managed to achieve such subtle textures and poetic lines with anything so prosaic as lamb fat. He said it was because he used only the fat from the kid ney. At least, that's what I think he said. Fort's English isn't too good. And neither, for that matter, is mine. Fort didn't know how many lamb kidneys it took to supply enough fat for the 120-pound statue, but he said he had been saving the stuff for a year. It took him about a month to carve it, using spatulas, spoons and other kitchen utensils for tools. He estimated it would last a year or two at room temperature. For also said he had never had an art lesson in his life. Which figures. I doubt that Michelangelo ever attended cooking school. Wall Street Chatter NEW YORK (UPI)—Thomson & McKinnon points out that the most important determinant of stock prices is he general and specific. economic oulook. The firm believes that right now this still points toward a higher market. Oppenheimer, Newbdrg & Neu says that although December tax selling may delay the recovery of some depressed stocks and groups such as steel, it believes purchases of these shares in large and sound enterprises are still advisable, especially those which have prospects, for increased earnings in 1965.. Bache & Co. says that while the market may need some additional time to adjust to recent fast moving develop- MISSILE TEST VANDENBERG AFB, Calif. (UPI)—A Titan I intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) was launched Tuesday by an Air Force Strategic Air Command (SAC) crew as part of a test exercise. Titan I gradually .is being phased out as a SAC operational missile. The cutoff date is June 30, 1965. . EXTENSION ILLEGAL BONN (UPI)—West German Justice Minister Ewald> Bucher Tuesday claimed an extension of the statute of limitations on Nazi war crimes was illegal even if it were found that a number of Nazi killers still were unpunished. Bucher said it is up to district attorneys to file charges prior to May 8, 1965, by which time the 20-year statute of limitations on prosecuting the mass murderers expires. ments, it believes that th'e underlying favorable rend continues intact. • *" RINGO TO BE RELEASED LONDON (UPI)—Having recovered from his tonsillectomy, Beatle Ringo Starr will be released Thursday from University Hospital. Ringo 24, will return home and rest for about a week before joining his fellow Beatles in rehearsal for a Christmas show, a spokesman said. PUBLIC SALE In order to settle estate, the personal property of the late lollo Shockney will sell at public auction by the undersigned xecutor, located across street north of Windfall Methodist. Church r 1 square south of the stop sign on state road 213, in Windfall, ndiana, on . SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19th, 1964 AT 1:00 P.M., SHARP ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES AND FURNITURE: General ifectric 4 burner range in excellent condition; good Cold Spot efrigerator with freezer chest'across top used very little; 21 inch iilverfone television; desk -and chair; 3 nice upholstered swivel :hairs; davenport; twin Hollywood beds complete with springs and mattresses, about new; 5 drawer chests; floor and table amps; stand tables; Hoover electric sweeper and attachments; jed springs and mattress; win bedroom lamps; 3 drawer dress- ir; roll away bed; 1 lot bedding; drop head sewing machine;- 2 large oak cabinets; large walnut library table; clock radio; metal utility; cooking utensils and some dishes; Kenmore electric fan; Invalid walker; pictures; electric appliances; lawn chairs; telephone stand; pressure cooker; rocking chairs; 30 gallon alectirc wafer heater; slide projector all complete with screen and other articles. MISCELLANEOUS PROPERTY: Lot of \hand tools; power mower; hand grass seeder;, electric grinder; step ladder'; lawn tools; leg chains and other property. ANTIQUES: Nice large hanging lamp, excellent condition; Gone With The Wind lamp, A-Y; some old wood working tools and woods tools; dinner bell on stand; old fashioned chest with original wood pulls, partial marble top and mirror In excellent shape; pld istralght chairs and others antiques. TERMS: Cash «^ Not Responsible iFor Accident. " I AYNE SHOCKNEY, Sxecutor WILSON WHEATLEY, Attorney for estate CDDIEiNASH and O. B. SWINFORD, Auctioneers VERlI MYtiRS, Clerk AMBULANCE SERVICE anytime Day or Night Our Two Ambulances Are Fully Equipped With Oxygen FUNERAL HOME 216 W. Jefferson OS 5-4780 Read the Tribune Classified Page inq Out Sale We, the undersigned, will sell at public auction on the premises located 1 mile west from center of Elwood, then south 2Vi miles on County Line Road on Saturday, Dec. 12, 1964 at 11a.m. 32 CATTLE 32 17 head of Registered Angus cattle, 8 aged cows and 9 two and three year olds; 4 heifers eligible to reg.; 1 Reg. Hereford JUII, 3 yr. old; 10 feeder calves. Cattle testd.. FEED 1800 bu. of extra good corn; 600 bales of good mixed hay; 200 jales cf wheat straw. IMPLEMENTS . 2-M International tractors; WD '45 Allis-Chalmers tractor, these .-factors are in good condition; Allis-Chalmers 3-bottom mounted breaking plcw; Int. 3-bottom pull-type breaking plow; Int. 2-bot- tsm pull-type breaking plow; Allis-Chalmers 2-row cultivators; John Deere 8 ft. wheel disk; Dunham cultipacker, 10 ft. with transport wheels; Int. 3-row corn planter Model No. 449; Allis- Chalmers 4-rcw corn planter; John Deere 1064 wagon wide-tread vith grain bed and hoist; John Deere 1064 wagon wide-tread with flat bed; John Deere manure spreader; John Deere 7 ft. mower; John Deere 12 ft. spring. toothed harrow; rotary hoe; lohn Deere 10 ft. fertilizer spreader; 2 Int. wide front ends; heat houser for M tractor; 1956 Chev. station wagon; hog feeders and miscellaneous small tools. ' Lunch Served Terms: CASH Not Responsible for Accidents Mrs. Mary Ray & Sam R. Courtney, Owners Auctioneers: O. B. Swinford, Phone Elwood Fed. 2-6089 Eddie Nash, Phone Windfall LY 5-3503 Verl Myers, Clerk, Greentown, Indiana Clip This Ad As It Will Appear Only Once You don't need a to visit just tune to enjoy four great kinds of cars Fury The biggest, plushest Plymouth ever. * A :.-S,-...-:':*.>.:.---S'-?: Belvedere The big one in the medium-size range, Valiant The compact that hasn't forgotten why you buy a compact. Barracuda The fast-moving fastback at a spectacular low price AtrrHonmD PIYMOUTH MAIWI Pa CHRYSLER There's something for everyone at Plymouthland CLYDE OVERDORF MOTORS Inc. State Road 28 East TIPTON

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