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Wednesday. Dec.,1 964 THE TIPTON DAJIY TRIBUNE PAGE 7 Cl^ltviD RATES 1 fo^rtim'4c ptr word 2 iMwrtibfn ^ " 7c p«r w*rd 3 mMi -Hons ...I'-i: :f e word 4 in*«rt<on» II.- 11c p«r word 5 inMrtioni 13clp«r word t Jmortions —11 He p«r word MMmumVirit- S1.00,.: Charges «1 • ro*«»d each rat* and apply if HM Md it paid within 10 DAYS •«• Ur tho FIRST toMrtbn. SERVICE CHARGE OF 25c WILL BE ADDED AFTER THE 10 DAY PERIOD. AdvertiMra dwyW chock Hwir advortiMinonts in Iho flrat issu* ihey appoar and report any orror at one* a* no allowahco can bo madt iftor ;tho ifjrst biMrroct to- wrHon." " BLACK FACE LOCAL — \Se par lino. MEMORIAM — lie p*. ru*i' V«i v ;>- ; -' CARD Or> THANKS -- *U5 Call OS 5.2115 f»lbr *3«:M A. M .jfcr insertion carntTday," ftxeapt Saturday—call boforo 9:00 A. M. CANCELLATION —UNTIL 10:09 A. M. DEADLINE. : DISPLAY RATE GJas(». per col. Inch 1 inch par mo. dairy i. $18.00 Each additional inch . $1140 (RATE QUOTED ARE LOCAL) : sheared' scotch f FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE FOR SALE4-Cicero.property; .6 rooms,- bath, {basement^ ready for immediate occupancy; must sell to settle estate. James McCune administrator, 1940 : Maple Avenue, 'Nobles- villei Indiana, or call' PRos-, pect 3-0881. C-66 (FOR SALE—Go-cart, less en- •gine/xheap. Phone WI:7-3613, KembionV:V:; - ' "P-64 IFOR "S^Aji&iiElectric Hawaiian guitar .jrah^mplifier, -£good condition^^I;?561. FOR SALEi-$250.00 worth of Lionel' train, reasonable* Can be seen at 404 N. Main'after 5 o'clock. OS 5-2435. C-67 FOR ^ SAIiES^- ; Metal storage boxes 30 i-^SO x 17. Available approximately January"-"1." $1.00 each! Tipton Produce Co. OS 5-45841 .! . C-64 FOR SALE—Sanarys and cages. Call OS 5-2674. C-63 FEMALE HELP WANTED WANTED r-.'Baby sittej:, for 3 preschool; aged ichildrtajl,- 5V6 days -a week", prefer in my home. Mrs. Robert Graham, OS 5-63491 ; C-65 USED CARS FOR SALE—-Used BUDD 6 1 hole I- wheels,Vfit Uate Model Chevro: lpt f vford.^and GMC ^trucks. Use tires 8.25-9.00 x 20~ Re- plape lubele^ wheeb atievi's. Elevator Auto Parts', 538 North Main Street. P-64 FOR SALE—Quality used cars. THROGMARTTN AUTO SALES, 704 W. Jeffersoa-St. For. Your Car Needs Sea FOR SALE — Three bedroom modern home, Vh baths, hot air furnace, in Carmel. Call or . contact OS 5-2904, First Federal. Savings and Loan^ • -i C-64 fOR SALE Scotch Pine Christmas Trees $2.99 & (ft Get tickets for color TV * on Christmas trees. BARTER'S SUPER MARKET IFOR RENT—3 bedroom -hotim 8 Vmonth. ' ? • • r \ C-63 FOJR,'RENT—5: rooin semi-mo- deiri in country. OS 5-6827. P-63 FOR RENT—3 room furnished apartment. See Joe Ross) '120 South West. C-63 YOU MAY RENT a pianoVj— Iow-as $5 per month. Mrs JTed . Sharp. OS 5-6253. Rjddick Piano Co. . - • ;^V<3%F FOR . RENT^. double—1 k bed \-roonv gas "iiirnace. Phone OS 5-6130. C-*f LIVESTOCK FOR SALE Four good Polled Hereford Steer Calves, eight months• old. Gerald Dellinger, 2Vfe •miles south, of 28 on 213.. - ' P-65 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICK State Of Indiana County Of'Tipton SS: ' . • In The. Tipton! Circuit Court Septemfcer Terrny 196< ". ,V Cause';i)ioi t t,895i ' . ' Ralph McMuiran and Carolyn. - E. ilcMullan., . ... Husband and Wife,' Plaintiffs • vs. I THF »«>•'» ^r-oi-ALrnf : ,1» S. Wast St. > Phone OS 5-4941 Tipton SERVICES TAKE SOIL "AWAY- the'Blue Lustre way from carpets and upholstery. .Ren£ e,l e c t r i-c shampooer,"' $i.0(L rCarney's. Drugstore. . '• C-66 SEPTIC TANK and sewer cleaning. Call King, .Windfall, LY 5-3385. -i.'C : } v.^-81 SEPTIC TANKS, toilet - vaujt*) vacuum cleaned. Sewer^aiiu 1 basement drains cleaned with electric cutting knives. Phone Elwood FE 2-2884. David Sew 1 er Cloaners. I-, C-tf FRONT.END ALIGNMENT — Wheel balancing, EBERT Sinclair Sarin.- Phone OS 5- FOR SALE — New Kitchen Aid Electric Coffee mill. Selling price SSg.OS^yill.take $25.00. Phone OS'5-2088". C-65 FOR SALE—Gun racks, wall cabinets, tables. Nemo Hancock, 836 N.- East. . . P-65 SINGER ZIG-ZAG I $38.23 FULL BALANCE A-l condition with warranty. Beautiful walnut cabinet. Assume six payments of ?6.37 monthly. Makes fancy fashion designs, buttonholes, sews on buttons, monograms, blind hems, and all other fancy work built into machine. Call OS 5-2135: - " - tf USED 8 MM Bell. & Howell movie camera w/zoom lens. A-l shape- , Original S169.98 Now §50,00. Smith Tire .Service. 115 N.-' independence St." OS 5-6165. ~ f [ l C-63" FOR SALE-^Save—Save ..on all T.V. at wholesale price. Wiseman, 108 Dearborn. C-70 . FOR SAfifi^fbtorola Dahlberg hearing aid, fits ^in glasses. Cost $825.fl8.-BBi , gain. Dempsey^Goodnight Phono- ps .56264. P-64 lOB SALE—Spinel organ, ex- oeilent condiUon. Reasonable. OS 5^6263. C -tf FO<| SALE — Awnlngg/ etpjrm windows'and doors. Ornamen-' tal iron.'A.'J. Butz/Phone OS S-2 «6. C-tf flUSIC IN YOUR.HOME. Pia- BOs — organs. Rental plans •variable. OS 5-6558. P-tf • m • XMAS TREES—Get your tree early "this,.'year! Our .own Scotch Pines. At Harold and Berniece Lee's, 44 mi West of Road 31 on Road 28, South aide. Phone 963-5335. ^ C-tf. CHRISTMAS TREES Ronnie and Judy Softong. 1M Wast Jackson. •' f C tf Si_4i FOR SALE—Transii Genie garage doo: Sales and Service. George Morrisett, 437 N. Main. -OS i< 2096. WANTED — iFurntture Upholstering and Repair. Lawrence PickreB. OS 5-43S8. CM GENERAL ,VrOT©RS CORPORATION ' rwm V. TO «o TONS SERVICE MOTOR WANTED — Home for Terrier pups. OS 5-7296. C-64 WORK WANTED Jolly old man with whi skert dressed in red- suit, trimmed with' fur Wishes seasonal, part time employment. Specializes in good wishes. For details call 1 • OS 5-6558 Appointments accepted FOR RENT FOR RENT^-ii'3 room downstairs furn. apt.,' gas heat. CaU at 4iS Oak St. . , C-tf F.OR RENT — * House Trailer, ' KLM Trailercourt, Tipton— Call OS-5-2541;. Charles H. BaHer. C-65 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES . BUSINESS iFORSAUl Tavejfn'f or'^afe < in Tipton bounty. If :intejested write in. c/o * Tribune "Box H . C-65 FOR BENt ^3 tedrpoin apart- m l n hf?J* ^ ML™ v remodet^ttV aw redecflra Heat, water rat sewage , nish^l. Pfa^ie.'Q3 5-6812. IFOR '3ENTtt%' of douljle. 3 ;-rfNice ; , unfurnished payment.' Close ftn, .^feone 03 5-2916.-C-tf David Kemp William Hodton William Hooten George H. Redd Phebe C. Redd Phoebe C. Redd Phebe C. Heed. Onher Williams" Lillie Slaughter Albert H. Glenn William Glenn AJbbie Glerih". Edward:' Glenn " Esther"' Plorauce - Partlow Ermal Thomas 1 Virpir Heiney. : s Edna Heln«>v T ; L*e Thomas J; -. / Harvey -Tbjomaa Jeremiah "C .McJIullan Lulu SI. llcvullan Xant-y Williams The children, decendants and hglrs, the unknown husband or wife, - of each of the persons last above named who may be liv ing, " the w i d o w or widower, as the case may be, the credi tors, .administrators of the estate, the legatees, devisees, trustees 4nd executors of the last will and testament of any of the above 'named defendants who are dead, and all .of the women once -known by any of the names above stated who may have changed their names and: who are.now known by some other-names, , the names of whom ,aro-.unknown-..to the. plaintiffs, and all .other.^p^rsons or corporations rt)r any .other entity who assert or who'might assert any title, claim of interest in, or lien upon the r^al estate described herein.' the names' of all of whom itre unknown to the plaintiffs. DEFENDANTS' XOTIOK IX ACTION TO Ql'IET , TITLE TO REAC ESTATE .' BE IT' KXOtt'X, That on the 14th day of Decemher, 1964, the above-named plaintiff- by -thrir attorney, filed in the Office of the Clerk of the Tipton Circuit Court, their complalht 'against—the-nbwe named defendants, and said plaintiffs having also filed in said Clerk's < office the affidavit of a competent person showing that the named defendants, the children, defendants and heirs, the unknbwn husband or wife of each of the persons last above named, who may be living, the widow or widower, as the-case may be, the creditors, administrators, trustees and executors of 'the last will and testament of -any of the above named defendants who is dead, and all of the women once'known by any of the names above stated who may have changed their names and who are now known hy some -'other names, the names of whom are unknown to the plaintiffs, and all persons and corporations who as sert, or who might assert any. title, claim or interest in, or lien upon the real estate described herein have been made parties to the said proceedings-, and that the names of all of ..whom are' unknown to the "plaintiffs, and an affidavit of a competent person was filed in said Clerk's Office showing that nil per sons whomsoever as disclosed by the public records affecting the title to -the said real estate have been joined as, defendants: said affidavit - also showing that the names of all of whom are unknown to the plaintiffs, and are not residents of the State of Indiana, or that the residence of each of. the defendants, after diiligent inquiry and^searchi lis. unknown, and that said cause of action is to fjuiet title to the following described real estate In Tipton County, Indiana, to-wit: The Xorth Half of Lots N'o. B and 0 in Block 1 In David Kemp's Xorth Addition to the Town of Kempton, Tipton County, Indiana. ' That said action] is instituted ami prosecuted by said plaintiffs for the-purpose of—«ruietinR title-to the above described real estate as against all deferidants,. claims and claimants, whatsoever and whomsoever, and as against the .world.: And. whereas said plaintiffs, have* hy endorsement on^said complaint, required said defendants to' appear in said Court and answer-or demur thereto on the 15th day of February, Hi Co. Xow, therefore, said defendants last above-named are hereby notified of the filimr and pendency of said complaint against them, iand" that unless they :appear and answer or demur at .the calling of said cause on the 15th day of Fe'u-u ary, 1965, the same being the 3lst judicial day of a term- of .said Court begun and held at the Court House in the City of Titpon, Tipton day -.in January, 1965, said com plaint and the matters and thlncs therein contained flnd alleged will be heard and', determined In their absence. ROSS JJ>HUFFOnn Clerk-jTlpton Circuit Court •C-63-G9-76-S1 By JESSE BOGUE NEW YORK (UPI)—One of the cloudy .areas in the future (•finterj ^tJbnaV business is the lack >; oi' ctfidfidetiee in the" British pound sterling, - and- fears are ojjenly expressed "that it may eventually be devalued, despite Britain's assurances. ;.^This Concern has b 'e come more Denounced, since the Labor,: goyietnnient's recent-moves •|mposine ;o ;,a 15 .;p*er cent sur jhargejlbn imports of • certain gbbds, '"and -a - '1.5 per centre^ bate on exports, followed by its incr ^Jefjtothe'bank r,aj£'|rom 5 to ^'jr pergcent. r ;i ;:. Britain's £hief customers i on fee ppropeaa'-cdn^ent'arVir- rita^d' ^ajij ;|the, r import surcharge, iraw may retaliate in- some fashion against British goods. X^.j. because. it was a highly ; uitt-Sjorable. trade bai- ancef -oyer; many (months 'which helped put •'Britam in "its present predicament, British business and iHfhistry < ; are forced to redouble their sales efforts abroad^' 1 . :.-! . v .; - The' past 'year, London dispatches note, British exports to Cuba hit the -highest levels since Castro came to power in 1959; 10. months • figures show sales of more than $19.6 million, compared with $5.6 million in the same periods of 1963 and 1962, and $11.2 million in 1961. But, the dispatches continue, there is doubt whether this volume of . sales can continue; Cuba, too, has a shaky financial base for its foreign trade. Some major English firms also remain reluctant to trade with Cuba lest their actions prejudice progress in their |main markets in' the United States. U.S. imports from the United Kingdom, in 1963 were $1,079,239,000, the highest figure, for any nation in the European trade area. .Hence the British, already active .in the U.S. markets, can be expected to redouble their sales efforts here in any field where they think they can make progress — from heavy machinery to consumer goods hot any .kind. AH p$ MORIAM ilri loving 'memory of Roy Phillips who passed away four years ago December 16,-1960. . Wife Mary " ,: l '' ' Brothers and Sister. , ATTEND SERVICES ..... WASHINGTON* (UPI) —President and Mrs. Johnson Sunday •attended 11-a.m. services 'it the Episcopal church of St. ..• Mark on Capitol Hill. Afterward,'they joined) other members of {he congregation for coffee in the parish ^hall. The President snook hands^with a number of adults and children during 1 the* short time he "spent there.- : National Window ON THE FARM FRONT By GAYLORD P. GODWIN United Press International WASHINGTON (UPI) — The Agriculture Department pre diets the 1964 - 65 citrus output will be 18 per cent larger than a yea'r earlier with prospects ipr larger crops of oranges, grapefruit, - tangerines, and limes. Fewer lemons • and tangelos are expected. • The Crop Reporting Board's general,crop report on Dec. 1 said early November weather favored field work and most crops were harvested before the late November cold ' waves. Rain and snow at the end of the month partially relieved topsoil moisture shortages, but had little effect on subsoil reserves. The board said above normal November rainfall covered much of the southern Plains area. Winter grain growth was stimulated and greatly improved'"conditions were reported in Okjahoma,.-Texas and most of Kansas. 'Most of the rains missed an area spreading from eastern Colorado through northern Kansas over much of Nebraska' and "eastern South Dakota". - Soils^Temained .critically dry*;in-,ttii5.important breadbasket area! and winter precipitation will be essential, the board said. The"Dec'.' l'estimate for crops indicated. a ( 2 per cent increase ih' 'iostf winter vegetable output. Increases in winter productipn Were indicated for broccoli, celeryj »'and spinach.i but small decreases were forecast in ar- Counp;.''"indTana."' on the' "sn : a --jron ^|tichOtes ^[flcr' Tettuce.""A"n~ acre : age ; increase was indicjrted\for escarole, but small .decrfeasW were forecast, for', wteterJcabj bage and carrots,'. | ,"' i : •The winter pb'tato" crop is ex'- pected to be 2 per cent, smaller than a year earlier and 11 per cent below ayerage.. ^il^pjipdnction in,'.November Was, 2- fier^-cent more than a year earlier, and egg output was 1 per cent higher than in November, ..p>3. SPACE—PREDICTION •-• WASHINGTON (UPI) — A IKS. spbee scientist .predicts that the Russians soon'wiU attempt to put cosmbnatus ,in> or-*| bit for 10 to 15 days as a prelude to moon landings and interplanetary flights.' . T3r. Eugene B. Konecci of the National Aeronautics and Space Council made the forecast Tuesday in a talk to the National Space Club. , .'i:-3 Opinion By LYLE WILSON United Press international They - trouble with General Ike's plan for a two-man leadership of the Republican party to be divided between Ray Bliss of Ohio and Walter H. Judd of Minnesota is that the plan takes no account of political reality. ., Nobody ever claimed' that General Ike knew much about politics. Least of all did he claim such for himself. He was dragged into politics believing that itjvas a dirty business.: He served nearly four years in the White House before coming to realize* that it was a matter of importance whether the citizens elected,.Republican'.or Democratic, majorities to Congress; The. general now proposes Ray Bliss,'a real pro, for ctiair- man"6f the Republican National Committee 'with responsibility for party organization and housekeeping to the exclusion of-all else'. That is an excellent suggestion. It has beeri made' from time to time by in'bst Republican : party leader?."'., : .^ Leader Without Troops' ' " Then the general proposes that- former Rep. Walter H. Judd be named Republican policy spokesman. Named Republican • policy spokesman by whom? that is the 'question.. Another is: From ' whence would come the disciplined political militia, commandos, enforcers and recruiters to validate Judd policies as party gospel? If there is any elected, legitimate, enforceable leadership in the Republican party as of now it consists of Ev and Charley, the Republican leaders respectively of the U.S. Senate and the House.'They are leaders in fact of what remains of the Republican forces and they are policy makers to boot. No one who knows Rep. Charles A. Halleck, R-Ind., and Sen. Everett M. Dirksen, R-Ill., would expect either happily or long to accept an outsider as spokesman on party policy. Co- spokesman, maybe. But, head man? No! Now, all of this is a great pii§r because Walter Judd is an able man. Moreover, he is a certified conservative with prestige among the moderates and even the lefties of the Republican party. The Goldwater forces surely could accept Judd. It is likely that most other party elements would take him too. But what about the congressional Republica"ns> who are the real elected spokesmen of their party.. General Ike overlooked the congressional leadership.. Judd Rates High Judd's conservative . certificate comes from Americans &r Constitutional Action (ACA), a well adjusted organization headed by Adm. Ben Moreell retired".' The late Herbert Hoover, was-a member of the founding group. Felix, Morely of Maryland, Charles Edison of New Jersey are board, members. Aca is responsible and respectable. . On the record of service to-! 1961, ACA rated all members of Congress some years ago. The standard of judgment was votes cast on issues which in the opinion of ACA had a significant bearing on. preservation of the principles and spirit of the Constitution. Here are some scores: Goldwater 38 per cent, Rep. William E. Miller, R-N.Y., 90 per cent. Sen. Lyndon B. Johnson, D-Tex., ,10 per cent. Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey 1 per cent. •'• ACA scored Judd at 80 per cent, a solid conservative certification. The Republicans need Judd. Perhaps they could form a National' Policy Committee with Congress represented but Judd as chairman and Wall Street Chatter •NEW-.YORK {UPI) — Bache Sc Co. says that buying interest should revive in the stock market as "many fundamentally attractive issues reach bargain levels!" ... The brokerage. .house . adds that it .looks for the "negative tone'.'.in-recent business "news to~ change beginning with final quarter corporate financial statements. "Thus," it adds, "we continue to advocate a policy of selective accumulation with an eye toward capital appreciation in the' m x» n t h s ahead." Tessel, Patrick, Inc. says the "current oversold" state of the market offers many more buying opportunities than at any other time in the past two months. The brokerage house says it favors selective purchases in overly-denressed bullish stocks and >a weeding out of relatively weak performers which have unlikely prospects. * Philips, Appel & Walden say it believes the time has ar­ rived for "aggressive accumulation" to participate in the next, all out offensive by the bullish element of the market. authorized spokesman. If Halleck and Dirksen would suggest something like that - a great many'j>arly problems would begin to shrink but fast. Adv for Wednesday pms, dec 16 HOUSE FOR SALE GREEN STREET 7 Rooms — 1% Bath —Utility Room — One Floor.— Hardwood Floors — Gas Heat — Garage — Patio. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT OS 5-2113 JOHN CARNEY 8 DAYS OF SHOPPING LEFT'TILL CHRISTMAS Cooper's Home Furnishings OPEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY UNTIL 8:30 P.M. OPEN 8 TO 5 MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY WE TAKE EVENING APPOINTMENTS ESPECIALLY FOR )THE MEN ON YOUR GIFT LIST STORE NAME Presents THE PERFECT GIFT WATCHBAND ?4' 95 _ $]_2- 95 . nwST-O-fUEY TRADEMARK*. AQUARIUS Stainless Steel for - v Waterproof Watches. $^S5 \ yy custom \ \A' * Series J^fn Stainless Steel. $g95 (No : Tax) In handsome i'OKt. *9 95 Gold Filled f-j-.i. Antique Gold Luxury. Quality 10 Kt. : yi$£ Gold Filled;/ F.T.I. 10 Kt. Gold Filled" F.T.I. ler leiuel BLQNDIE Sy Chick Yo »n£ BE SORE TO MAKE MV HAMBURGER UEAN SAC ^J>-^.I7:-Ib THIMBLE THEATRE bv ALEX RAYMOND I'M FIXIN' UP A BREW TO RETURN WlMPVTO HIS NORMAL- RIP KIRBY BRICK BRADFORD Bv Cldranc* Giro*

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