The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 23, 1964 · Page 5
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Wednesday, Dec. 23,1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 5 CLASSIFIED RATES 1 iiVMrtien 4c per word 2 it»s«rtion$ 7c par word 3 mMrtions 9c per word 4 insertions llcperword 5 inventions - 13c per word 6 in*»rtlon* J. 14c per word Minimum rate — $1.00 . Charges are at a reduced c«sh rate and apply if the ud is paid within 10 DAYS titer 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 tfter the first incorrect insertion. . BLACK FACE LOCAL — 15c per line. MEMORIAM — lie p*r Tine. CARD Of THANKS — $145 Can OS 5-2115 before 10:00 A. M. for insertion same day, except Saturday—call before 9:00 A. M. CANCELLATION — UNTIL IO:COA. M. DEADLINE. DISPLAY RATE O.ass. per col. Jnch' Wt \ inch per mo. daily $18.00 Each additional inch _ $11.00 (RATE QUOTED ARE LOCAL) SEPTIC TANK and sewer cleaning. Call King, Windfall, LY 5 -3385. P-81 FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE FRONT END ALIGNMENT — Wheel balancing, EBERT Sinclair Service. Phone OS 57125. Ctt WANTED — Furniture Upholstering and Repair. Lawrence PictreH. CS 5-4356. C-tt WANTED—Riders to Delco Radio 7:00 to 3:30. FE 2-9588. C-70 WANTED—Ironings, OS 5-6286. P-75 FOR RENT FOR RENT—V4 double—1 bedroom,, gas furnace. Phone OS 5-6130. C-*f LEGAL NOTICE YOU MAY RENT a piano as low as $5 per month. Mrs. Ted Sharp. OS 5-6263. Riddick Piano Co. C-tf FOR RENT—2 'bedroom apartment. 236V5 South Main. New remodeled and redecorated. Heat, water and sewage furnished. Phone OS 5-6812. C-tf FOR RENT—V4 of double. 3 bedroom completely remodeled. 114 W. North Street. C-tf LOST AND FOUND LOST—Watch with black leather band on or around East Jefferson Street. Reward. Call OS 5-6353. P-tf FOR SALE—6 rooms and bath. Will sell on contract. Guy Bauchert, Atlanta. Phone 150. P-69 fOR SALE SINGER ZIG-ZAG S3S.23 FULL BALANCE A-l condition with warranty. Beautiful walnut cabinet. Assume six payments' of 56.37 monthly. Makes fancy fashion designs, buttonholes, sews on buttons, monograms, blind hems, and all other fancy -work built into machine. Call OS 5-2135. if FOR SALE—Save—Save on all T.V. at wholesale price. Wiseman, 108 Dearborn. C-70 COR SALE-^SpInet organ, ex- «uient condition. 'Reasonable, ua 5 -6263. C-tf FO 1 ! SALE — Awnings, storm windows and doors. Ornamental iron. A. J. Butz. Phone OS S-2S46. C-tf MISCELLANEOUS WILL THE PARTY who picked up the Fiesta Ware Plates, cups, etc by mistake at the Altherr sale Saturday afternoon please call OS 5-4323 after 4:00. C-70 IN MEMORIAM In memory of our son, Danny- Lee Davis, who passed away 18 years ago December 24, 1946. He had a smile for everyone, A heart as pure as gold. To those who knew and loved him, His memory will never grow old. Sadly missed by Mr. and Mrs. Erwon Davis and brother Junior, sister Mrs. Lou Miller and family. MUSIC IN YOUR HOME. Pia- Bos — organs. Rental plans available. OS 5-6558. P-tf JLMAS TREES—Get your tree early this year! Our own Scotch Pines. At Harold and Berniece Lee's, Vi mi West of Boad 31 on Road 28, South side. Phone 963-5335. C-tf USED CARS FOR SALE—10 foot meat cooler ease w i t h compresser in operating order, S35.00. To be used for fruit stand, egg cooler, etc. Tipton Produce Co. C-70 •FOR SALE—1953 Buick., One owner. A-l throughout. Phone OS 5-2652. C-69 FOR SALE—Quality used cars. THROGMARTTN AUTO SALES, 704 W. Jefferson St.. FOR SALE—1960 Dodge Pheonix, hard top, extra clean. OS 5-4354. C-69 THr ••••»•«,» o"<VLiTY 1» S. West St. Phone OS 5-4941 Tipton SERVICES GERT'S A GAY GIRL—ready for a whirl, after cleaning carpets with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1.00. Carney's Drug Store. C-72 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 GMC GENERAL rtfOTQRS •. CORPORATION" rwexav. TO,«O TON* SERVICE MOTOR COMPANY INC. IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Cleon Stafford,, who passed away 22 years ago Christmas day. Sunshine passes, shadows fall, Loves remembrance outlasts all, And though the years be many, or few, They are filled with remembrances of you. Brothers and Sisters CARD OF THANKS _ The wife and relatives of the late Lloyd Beaver wish to gratefully acknowledge the . many floral offerings, messages and ether expressions of sympathy during our recent bereavement. Also to the ministers, singers, pallbearers, funeral director and others who assisted in any way, we extend our heartfelt gratitude. Ethel Beaver CARD OF THANKS I would like to thank my friends, neighbors arid relatives for their thoughtful visits, cards and flowers during my recent stay at the hospital. I also would like td thank the hospital personnel and doctors and Rev. Greene for his comforting visit and prayers. Lula Day LEGAL NOTICE SII 1 TF'S S.\I.K ON I)KC'KKK * J-5y virtue of a certified copy of a judgement and decree, to me directed by the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Tipton County, Indiana, in a rase wherein Atlas Subsidiaries of Indiana, Inc. is the Plaintiff and Karl \\\ Cardwell. Carolyn J. Card well and the Tipton UuiUlinir and Loan Association of Tipton, Indiana are the Defendants, which said judgement and decree requires me to make the sum of S3.G49.25 for the Tipton JSuildinK and Loan Association of Tipton. Indiana, and the further sum of $2,!U6.7!» for the .Atlas Subsidiaries of Indiana, Inc.. with interest on said decree and costs, I will expose and offer at public sale to the highest bidder, on .Monday, the 25th day of 'January, at ten o'clock a.m.,' at the door of the Court House in Tipton, Tipton County, Indiana, all or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the above judgements, interests and costs, the following described real ostate in the County nt Tipton, in the State of Indiana, to wit: The South Half of T^ots R and (I in Block 1 in South Addition to the Town of Kempton, Tipton County. Indiana. Said real estate will be sold without relief from valuation and appraisement Jaws, and in all things pursuant to and as provided by Chapter J »0 of the Acts of the General Assembly of Indiana of lf»31 as ammeniled by Chapter 220 of the Acta of the General Assembly of 1957. Immediately after the sale of said real estate J wlli execute and deliver to the purchaser thereof a deed of conveyance therefore, ivhloli shall be valid and effectual to convey all-of the rteht. title and Interest held or" claimed by each and all of the Defendants herein named, and of, all persons claiming from, by. through, or under them, or. any of them. VERL GRIMMR .Sheriff of Tipton County, j Indiana i December ,1964 HORACE C. HOLMES Attorney for Tipton ButMinp and Loan Association of Tlptoru Indiana. • ... G-fifl-7r;-SI LEGAL NOTICE State Of Indiana County Of Tipton SS: In The Tipton Circuit Court September Terra, 1964 Cause No. SU54 Ralph McMuIlan and Carolyn E. McMuIlan, Husband and Wife, Plaintiffs vs. David Kemp William Hooton William Hooten George H. Redd Phehe C. Redd Phoebe C. Redd Phebe C. Reed Opher Williams Lillie Slaughter Albert H. Glenn William Glenn Abbie Glenn Kdward Glenn Esther Florence Partlow Ermal Thomas Virgil Heiney Edna Heiney Lee Thomas Harvey Thomas Jeremiah C McMuIlan Lulu M. McMuIlan Nancy Williams The children, decendants and heirs, the unknown husband or wife, of each of the persons - last above named who may be Irv ,ing, the * widow or widower, as the , case may be, the credi tors, administrators of the estate, the legatees, devisees, trustees and 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 are unknown to the plaintiffs, and ail other persons or corporations or any other entity who assert or wljo might assert any title, claim of interest in, or lien upon the real tate described herein, the names of all of whom are unknown to the plaintiffs. DEFENDANTS NOTICE IN ACTION TO QI'IIST T1TJ.K TO REAL ESTATE 1115 IT KNOWN. That on the 14th day of December, 1964, the above named plaintiffs, by their attorney, filed in the <Dffice of the Clerk of the Tipton Circuit Court, their complaint against the above 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, decendants and heirs, the unknown 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 by 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 ;i competent person was filed in said Clerk's Office showing that all 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 dllMfrent' inquiry and search Is unknown, and that said cause of action is to quiet title to the following described real estate in Tipton County, Indiana, to-wit: The North Half of Lots No. f. and d in Block 1 in David Kemp's North Addition to the Town of .Kempton, Tipton County. Indiana. That said action is instituted aim prosecuted by said plaintiffs for j the purpose of quieting title to the j above described real estate as against all defendants, claims and claimants, whatsoever and whomso- l ever, and as against the world. j And. whereas said plaintiffs, have by endorsement on said complaint, required said defendants to ap- \ pear in said Court and answer or demur thereto on the 15th day of February, J965. Now, therefore, said defendants last above named are hereby notified of the filing and pendency of said complaint against them, and that unless they appear and answer or demur at the calling of said cause on the 15th day of Kebru ary, l.*>65, the same being - the 31st, judicial day of a term of said Court "begun and held at the Court House in the City of Titpon, Tipton County, Indiana, on the 2nd Monday, in January, 1965, said complaint and the matters and thing.- therein contained and alleged will be heard and determined in their; absence ! ROSS M. HUFFORD Clerk, Tipton Circuit Court C-G3-G9-75-S1 i Wall Street^ Chatter NEW YORK (UPI)—Standard ard Poor's says favorable business fundamentals and seasonal influences may enable the market to extend its current recovery somewhat. However, the advisory service says the continued uncertainties prompted by Britain's recent monetary crisis warrant a cautious attitude and it would continue to defer investment of new funds. Bergman, Cummings & Co. believes that with a near 5 per cent correction in the Dow-Jones average past and the popular state of mind more pessimistic than the realities, there is little reason to expect a further significant downtrend over the immediate future. Bache & Co. says that while it does not rule out the possibility of further day to day corrections it believes the market will work higher in the coming weeks. Investors Research Co. says if the current rally should carry through with daily market breadth that would assure, a general advance to new highs, positions can always be reinstated, but until then investment accounts should eliminate margin positions. u. BUY S. SAVINGS BONDS The Lighter Side By DICK WEST WASHINGTON (UPI) — The other night I caught my wife in the act of pouring beer on her head. My beer! Whereupon I threatened to call lny lawyer and institute divorce proceedings. "Cool it, little daddy," my wife said. "A lot of women put beer in their hair. It gives it body. Besides that, pouring your husband's beer on your head is not gronuds for divorce in this country." "Not even if it's the last bottle in the house?" I cried. * My wife said that in every case that had come to cour the wife had been given custory of the beer. That started me to thinking. If beer is good for a woman's hair, I thought, why wouldn't it be good for a man's hair? Intoxicated Hair For the past few days, I. have been dousing my hair with beer every morning in place of the usual creams, oils, tonics and unguents. If I do say so myself; I have never looked so well groomed. Men, if you are still using that non-intoxicating kid stuff on your head, you should try the head of a beer. One word of caution, however. It is important to use the right amount. Otherwise, yu're in trouble. The first time I put beer on my head, the hair on the back of my neck got into an argument with my sideburns over who won the 1923 World Series. The next thing I knew, they were fighting among themselves. All that day, my hair looked like, it had been in a tavern brawl. In any of the better places, it would have been arrested for disorderly conduct. The next day I put so much beer on my .head, my hair passed out. Which was great All that da3\ it just lay there on my scalp, completely inert This is the ideal condition for hair to be in. Develops Hangover But when I got out of bed the next morning, I discovered that my hair had a hangover. Believe me, it's tough to make yourself look presentable when you've got sick hair. Through trial and error, I ii- nally hit upon the quantity of beer that would make my hair feel good without making a fool of itself. I also discovered that my hair does better with draft beer than with beer from the can or bottle. There is still one major drawback, however. In the last day or so I have noticed that my hair seems to be gaining weight. Which simply has got to stop. The last thing I want is fat hair. I would rather be bald. I mentioned this to my wife and she said I could counteract the extra calories' in the beer by giving my hair more exercise. But I don't know about that. My hair is getting a little old for pushups. What I- think I'll do instead is lay of fthe beer for awhile and try grooming my hair with metrecal. FOREIGN NEWS COMMENTARY By PHIL NEWSOM UP I Foreign News Analyst Standing on bare, swollen feet in Jakarta, Indonesian President Sukarno pledged to lead the Indonesian people "until my last hour." Notably absent was the boast of the past of Sukarno's indes- WATCHES CAR RUINED MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (UPI)—Alexander Campbell, 33, found himself sitting in his car Monday night on the railroad tracks, a freight train bearing down, and unable to drive forward or backward because he was caught in a line of traffic that wouldn't move. So he did the only logical thing—stepped out and watched the train demolish his car. DANGLES ALL NIGHT SACRAMENTO, Calif. (UPI) —Transient Bill Salazar, 51, hoped to spend the night in a hollow space under the sidewalk near an excavation site in the downtown area. But he put his foot in a cable loop accidentally, lost his balance, and tumbled into the excavation head-first. For eight hours, he dangled hanging by_ his ankle through the cold, wet night. His cries for help were finally heard by a passer-by Tuesday morning. TAX RETURNS WASHINGTON (UPI) —The Justice Department reports that its tax division turned over $156.6 million to the Treasury during "1964. The report, issued Tuesday, said the division's contribution this year was 23 per cent higher than in 1963. During the year, 447 persons were convicted,, of criminal tax r fraud — 24 more "than the preceding year. WHITE HOUSE INVITE— Andrea Cushman, 4, holds an • invitation In Glens Falls, N.Y., to go to the White House and watch President Johnson switch on the lights on the National-.Christmas Tree. A photo of Andrea placing an ornament on the tree at cutting ceremonies in Chester, N.Y., caught White House attention, resulting in the invitation. EAGLE CATCHER — William Blair, U.S. Fish and Wildlife refuge manager at Cassville, Wis., displays his "eagle catcher," a trap shaped like a fish. You anchor It and it floats on the surface. When a bird's claw touches It, it snaps shut on the claw. At this point Blair had only caught gulls, no eagles. tructibility. For the life-time president of Indonesia clearly was a sick man. The swollen feet, over which he could not put on his shoes, were the result of a kidney ailment. One kidney has been removed and he reportedly has been told he must undergo another operation to save the one remaining. In public, he obviously tired quickly. Speculation Mounts There was reason then for speculation about his successor. In" Paris, where NATO. ministers extended their defense discussions to include Southeast Asia, one name mentioned was that of Dr. Chaerul Saleh, who currently is Sukarno's third deputy premier and development minister. He is described as one who could be expected to press Su­ karno's campaign to "crush Malaysia." Whether there could be such a thing as orderly succession to Sukarno is open to considerable doubt Sukarno's one-man rule has not permitted the rise of any other popular figure, and since his ministers are personal appointments! they also • fail to provide " a measure of personal appeal. A further intangible would be the attitude ,ot the army whose commanders ( generally have been considered anti-Communist. But of the Communist party strength in Indonesia there can be no doubt. •Power Play Seen Its estimated membership of around three million makes it the largest outside of the Soviet Union and Red China. Its front groups control Indonesian labor and most agricultural workers. And certainly, with the passing of Sukarno, the Coipmu- nists would make their power play. , Of further aid,to the Communists would be the chaotic state of the Indonesian economy. Officially, the Indonesian ru- piah is pegged at 45 to the dollar. But on the free market it goes for 4,500 to 1. In the government, the pay of a bachelor clerk figures out to 10 cents a month. As for Sukarno's attempt to crush Malaysia, : it was not going much better than the economy. LOSES WALLET ' VERONA, N.J. (UPI)—An apparently distraught woman col : lapsed-in the arms of Funerai Director Michael Prout Tuesday as she told of the death of her mother. After the woman left, 'Prout discovered his wallet containing $20 also was gone. WASHINGTON (UPI)—Eastern and National Air Lines have offered, Northeast Airlines $15 million to drop its fight to retain its Florida route, it was learned today. Officials of the three airlines refused to comment on the report, which came from an industry source. But President Floyd Hall of Eastern scheduled a news conference late today in Houston, where many of the airline's top brass are meeting. The Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) on Dec. 1 reaffirmed an earlier decision ordering HOME FORM HOLIDAYS with ^ o Homeward-bound-from-college crew, Checked their car first, thru & thru: . The brakes, the tires, , And all the wires, 4*-.. Took it easy— so should you! • '• HOLIDAY TRIPS WOULD.BE FAR SAFER if students prepared themselves and their cars in advance: Schedule your trip after a good nightjs sleep, "make frequent; stops,- adjust your driving' habits to road and weather conditions. \Check your lights, tires, brakes,- heater and defroster. Replace streaking windshield- wipers.*jCarry tire chains for severe'.snbw-and ice conditions. (HE GIRLS By Franklin Folger '•Heaven forbid:" Northeast out of the Florida market. But Northeast President James Austin pledged a continued court fight to keep the airline in competition with Eastern and National on the lucrative route. CENSUS REPORT WASHINGTON (UPI) —..The Census Bureau estimates • that the U.S. population as of Nov. 1 was ,192,320,000, up 12,997,000 or 7.2 per cent from the last'cen­ sus on April 1, 1960. Including armed forces abroad the Nov: 1 estimate would be 193,038,000. TURKEY & OYSTER DRESSING THURSDAY LUNCH WE WILL CLOSE THURSDAY EVENING 4:00, OPEN SATURDAY MORNING 11:00 S^^fe^- CLiitmas ROADS 28 & 31 What kind of; a tiger do you want under your hooil ^xHaveyo^pricedatigferiatfeiy?) 1 Quick ,W «le-Tracki"^ere PontiacL6Marii8ieTO f] SttWNEW BON^lU. STAR .'{>) ! i SERVICE MOTOR CO; «!DNC. . . ._J23JouthJn.d,ep.„$j/ Tipton OS 5-4549 \

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