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T Wednesday/April 7, 1965 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 5 CLASSIFIED RATES 1 Insertion 4c p«r Word 2 Insertions 7c per word 3 Insertions 9c per word 4 Insertions 11c per word 5 Insertions J 13c per word 6 Insertions 14c per word Minimum Rate—$1.00 Charges are at a reduced cash rate and apply if the ad is paid within 10 DAYS after the FIRST insertion. i • 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 after | the first incorrect insertion. BLACK FACE LOCAI 15c per line. MEMORIAM—10c per line. CARD OF THANKS—SI.25 Call OS 5-2115 before 10:00 a.m. for insertion same day, txcept Saturday—call before *-Q0 a.m. CANCELLATION — UNTIL 10:00 A.M. DEADLINE. DISPLAY RATE Class, per col. inch 90c 1 inch per mo. daily $18.00 Each additional inch.-S11.00 (Rates Quoted Are Local) USED CARS FOR SALE—Used gas ranges. See at Indiana Gas Co. - C-159 FOR SALE—Quality used cars. THROG MARTIN AUTO SALES, 704 W. Jefferson St BAXTER MOTORS. CLEAN USED CARS. 120 S. INDEP. TIPTON C-tf FOR SALE—For the best buy on a new Mercury or Comet or Safe Buy Used Car, see or CALL HAROLD MUNDY, OS 5-6471. Albright Auto Sales, 1501 South 10th, Noblesville, Indiana. PR 3-2390. C-Mon-Wed-Fri-tf For Your Car Needs See 43© THE EMBLEM OF CUAUIY 120 S. West St. Phone OS5-4941 Tipton FARM IMPLEMENTS FOR SALE-^John ^Deere 490 Corn planter with sprayer. Large metal hog feeder and water fountain, 3 single and 2 double hog coops. Phone 947- 3M7 P-160 FOR SALE—Used Roto-Tiller. OS 5-4641. P-164 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR SALE—3 bedroom home, large living room carpeted, full basement, 2 car garage. Phone OS 5-6123. C-163 FOR SALE—Seven room semi- modern house in Tipton.- $4300. Phone OS 5-6985.' C-160 FOR SALE— i Dedroom modern home, just completed. Gas heat, Youngstowh Jdtchen cabinets, marlite in bath, hardwood floors. Tipton Lumber Co., OS 5-4882. C-tf FOR SALE—Allis Chalmers tractor size W.C. cultivator breaking plow; Oliver 4 row corn planter, etc. Priced to sell. Basil Shupperd, Atlanta 2 on 13. C-160 FARM PRODUCTS FOR SALE—Certified Goodfield seed oats. $1.50 bushel, re- cleaned, treated and bagged. Harosey 63 and Clark 63 soybean seed $4.00 bushel, cleaned and bagged. BYRON LEGG & SONS, Windfall, LY 5-3645 or LY 5 3933. C-162 LIVESTOCK FOR SALE—(Milk cows. Eugene Powell. Phone OS 5-6675. P-161 HOUSES, GARAGES, UTILITY BUILDINGS—Factory to you. No down payment. 3 bedroom house $4,450 only $39 per HORSE AND PONY SALE — month. Includes heating,.' FRIDAY, APRIL 9TH, 7:00 plumbing, wiring cabinets.' Garages as low as $395 only $10 per month. Write to Upright Buildings, Inc., Route 2, Lafayette, Indiana. P-185 FOR SALE INVESTMENT PROPERTY separate entrances and utilities. Priced to sejl. JOE ROSS 120 S. West Street FOR SALE Maple Syrup for sale, \h. mUe south of Prairie school. Phone 9G3-5624. C-161 USED PIANOS Highest prices paid. Phone Anderson 644-6495, collect. P-188 JOHNSON MOTORS Starcraft and Johnson boats, Gator trailers and marine accessories. LEATHER'S BOAT . HOUSE, 1823 No. A. FE2-5162. Elwood. C-tf P.M. ANDERSON SALE BARN. C-160 FOR SALE—10 Poland fall boars. 35 open gilts. Kessler Farms. Phones: New Ross 793. Ladoga WH 2-2504. P-160 SERVICES THE amazing Blue Lustre will leave your upholstery beautifully soft and clean. Rent electric shampooer $1.00 Carney's Drug Store. / C-162 HELP WANTED—Factory workers. High' school education, Oaks Manufacturing Company. ;'" ' ' C-O60 FEMALE HELP WANTED FEMALE HELP WANTED — Above school age, good working conditions, inside work, fountain and grill,"hours to fit your home schedule, apply in person, -iA&W Jim Dandy Drive-In, 112 S. West Street. '• ' ij C-162 WANTED to care for 2 patients in my home. Sonny McGuire, Tetersburg 963-2713. C-160 WANTED*—'Ironings. OS 5-2281. . P-169 WANTED^Gardens to plow. Walt Voss, OS 5-4866. C-164 WANTED—Home for Chow dog. ."LY : 5-2989. P-161 WANTED—Scrap iron, lead, auto radiators, batteries, f strong lard, copper and brass. Scrap prices are high and its Spring clean up time. Sell it to Levi's (scrap yard). P-161 WANTED TO BUY WANTED—A jeweled Phi Beta psi sorority pin. Call OS 52742 days or' OS 5-4667 evenings. x C-163 FOR RENT IFOR RENT—3 room unfurnished apartment, utilities furnished. 216 Mill Street. C-161 FOR RENT—Modern two bedroom house, near high school. Address. 1 Box E, c/o Tipton Tribune.!; P-161 FOR RENT — 4 room upstairs apartment with ample closet space, kitchen partly furnished, j ' garage available. Write Box D c/o Tribune. C-tf FOR RENT — Large country modern home near Kempton on State Road 28. Reasonable to right!party. 644-5385, Anderson. •! P-159 Chamber Asks Information On Federal Activity WASHINGTON (UPI) — The U.S. Chamber of Commerce told Congress today that except for matters affecting the national security or information covered by specific laws, "all business of • government should be fully disclosed to the public." Tn addition, a chamber spokesman said in a prepared statement the burden of proof should rest with the government in every instance to justify withholding any information" bill. ' Also scheduled to'testify were Creed Black, managing editor of the Chicago Daily News, representing the American Society of Newspaper Editors; Julius Frandsen, Washington manager of United Press International; and Clark Mollenhoff, Cowles Publications, representing Sigma Delta Chi. The legislation would open most records of the federal government to "any person who asks to see them. Exempt- ed'from-the. coverage would be eight categories of information touching on such areas as na tional defense, commercial trade secrets and personnel files of government employes. The administration, in stating its opposition to the bill, claimed there are situations in /which it is in the public's interest to withhold information. Deciding what information should and should not be released, a spokesman testified, is best left to the judgment of the govern, ment rather than to a set of rules permanently written. into law. The. Senate passed a similar bill last year but it was never taken up in the House. • New Senate hearings arc expected to begin later in the spring. FOR RENT—3 room unfurnished apartment OS 5-4864. C-159 FOR RENT — Apt. OS 5-6136. ! " •• C-160 FOR RENT—Hoover shampooing not only rids carpets of soil tout j leaves pile soft and lofty. Rent Hoover electric shampooer, $1.00. Compton & Son. .1. 1-H-C-tf FOR RENT—Unfurnished apart-' ment, 345 N. Conde. Inquire at ! Jim's Barber Shop, Atlanta. C-tf KINGS SEPT TANK and Sewer Service. Licensed and - iBondud by Indiana State 'Board of Health. Windfall, Ind., Call LY 5-3385 P-167 FOR SALE—Tappan gas range. Phone LY 5-4501. P-tf FOR SALE—Driveway stone. LY 5-2184. C-tf FOR SALE — Awnings, storm yrmiows and doors. Ornamental iro», A. J. Butz. Phone OS 5-2646. C-tf f"uR SALE—Spinet organ, excellent condition. ^easonab)« OS «-62«, ' C-n GOOD THINGS TO EAT For sale, Red and Golden Delicious apples. Smith' Orchard, 1 mile North, Vi mile East of Sharpsville. C-tf SINGER ZIG-ZAG §39.46 FULL PRICE Nice walnut cabinet. Take up seven payments of $5.64 per month. Makes beautiful designs, makes 'buttonholes, 'sews on buttons, blind hems, monograms, appliques, does all fancy zig-zag stitching ibuilt into machine, no attachments necessary. Guaranteed. Call OS 5-2135. C-tf FOR SALE—Plywood paneling, i' x 8' sheets' from $2.95 to $5.95 per sheet! While it lasts; Tipton Lumber; Co., OS 5-4882. C-tf FOR SALE—Aluminum awnings 21-foot long, roll up type. Could be ;cut * into 5j 6 or 10 foot lengthsi-.nailed to wood frame and made into patio fence, see at Levi's Elevator Auto Parts, 538 N. Main Sti P-161 GMC GENERAL I.'OTORS CfJRPOHATH'.'N' TRUCKS FROM yi TO M TON* SERVICE MOTOR COMPANY INC. PORTABLE WELDING. Tony Hancock, Kempton, phone 947-3832. '. . P-176 WANTED—Alterations and re- weaving. Mrs. Mary Jones, 458 Maple. OS .5-4076. C-i60, FRONT END AL1NGMENT — Wheel balancing. EBERT Sinclair Service. Phone OS 5: 7125. SEPTIC TANKS, toilet vsulte vacuum cleaned. Sewer and basement drains cleaned with electric cutting knives. Phone Elwood FE 2-2684. David $ewer Cleaners. C-tf YOU MAY KENT a piano as low as $5 per month. Mrs. Ted Sharp. OS 5-6263. Riddick Piano Co. C-tf MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE—74 Barley Davidson motor cycle. 232 Poplar St, OS 5-4484. Call after 4:00 p.m. C-163 LEGAL NOTICE KOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION In tie Circuit Court o£ Tipton County. Indiana. Xotice is hereby -given that Carl Sloan was on the 19th -lay it March, 1965, appointed: Executor' of the will or Omcr Sloan, deceased. AU 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 barbed. Dated at Tipton, Indiana, this 19th day of March. 1965. ROSS M. HUFFORD Clerk; of the Circuit Court for Tipton County, Indiana Wilson Wheatley, Attorney . 146-152-158 President May Get School Aid Bill at Easter WASHINGTON (UPI)—Senate Democratic leaders were making plans today to present President Johnson with a legislative Easter present — his $1.3 billion school aid bill. rTheir strategy timetable would put the big education bill on the President's desk well before the holiday—and in just the form he. has requested. The planning began to take shape Thursday when the Senate education subcommittee approved the House-passed bill without change. Subcommittee Chairman Wayne L. Morse, D- Ore., said he would attempt to get the Senate also to approve it without amendment, thus avoiding a time-consuming | House-Senate conference on the differences. Chairman Lister Hill, D-Ala., scheduled a meeting Tuesday of the full Senate Labor and Public Welfare Committee to consider the measure. Committee IN HOLLYWOOD By VERNON SCOTT United Press International HOLLYWOOD (UPI)—If you like the beach but live in Kansas, you can save the expense of a trip to Miami or Malibu by bucketing down to the .Bijou and taking in' a Frankie Avalon picture. So far Frankie's starred in "Beach Party", "Muscle Beach Party", "Bikini Beach" and "Beach Blanket Bingo". The kid's almost become a beach bum. His newest film is titled "Ski Party", which at first blush might be considered a reprieve from past efforts. But by golly, American - International, to whom Frankie' is under contract, has slipped in a scene at the beach. Pots Foot Down Now young Mr. Avalon (age 24) has put his sandy foot down and refused to play a male beach beauty again. , ' "I was getting typed," he said with admirable restraint. "People are beginning to think of me as the beach party kid." . Frankie got into the business in the beginning as a teen-age singing idol, running off seven hit recordings in a row. But along came the guys with the long hair caterwauling tuneless ditties and all of a sudden our boy was a back number. At 24 he is considered middle- aged by teeners.' | "When I first started singing back in 1957 I couldn't do anything wrong," he signed. "Then I took lessons, and learned how to sing and the kids didn't dig the new sound. "It's been three or four years since I've had a hit record. But I figure I'll record another hit even if it takes several years. Look at what happened to Tony Bennett and Dean Martin. They couldn't do anything for a while but now they're back up in the charts." j Still "Dig" Him If youngsters' don't dig Frankie's singing voice, he does appeal to them' decked out in beach togs. His pictures are patented money makers. Avalon already has 14 pictures to his credit and a long- term contract with his studio. The fact that he's married and the father of two youngsters has changed his career considerably;. "I enjoy working right here in Hollywood and going home to my family every night," he said. "I'm grateful I don't have to go out on a tour playing one- nighters and riding buses and trains and planes every day. I. put in five years doing just that." On The Lighter Side United Press International WASHINGTON (UPI) — During the past few years, some' of the best brains in this country have grappled with the problem of automation!' But thus far no - clear-cut solution has emerged. Possibly the thorniest part of the problem is the displacement of human workmen by new electronic and mechanical devices. The concern there is how to keep progress from undermining employment. An indication of the complexities involved can be seen in a recent hearing by a .House appropriations subcommittee regarding the'automation of congressional elevators. • It will help you to know that many of the jobs around the. Capitol are handled on a . patronage basis, and'that patronage is one of the nicest things that can happen to a congressman. Question Architect The subcommittee had before it J. George Stewart, architect of the Capitol, who has charge of the elevators. The interrogation went something like this: Q. Have you just recently — in the last few days—put operators on the west elevators going to the subway entrance? A.' Yes, sir; in the past week Q. Those elevators, as you. know, are automatic. Do they operate more flexibly and more quickly respond by having operators aboard? A. They can be operated efficiently either way, so far as mechanical performance is concerned. Q. Do you plan to keep these automatic elevators manned all the time? A. Generally they will be manned during the daytime shifts. That has been the practice for some time now and I have no authority to change the practice. It is up to the Patronage Committee and House leadership as to whether they want to staff them or not. Operators Needed Q. How many new, automatically operable elevators are in the Capitol"and in the Rayburn Building? A. There are 30 in the Rayburn Building, as I recall. With these 3, that would make total of 33 . Q. To man 33 elevators, how many people will be needed? The answer was G8. Stewart said he had "notified the Patronage Committee that these elevators are now ready for operation and operator positions are now available for them to fill." In other words, Congress appears to have created 68 new jobs with one'hand while automating itself with .the other. I'm not suggesting „that it has found the magic formula, but it doe's seem to. have hit up a new philosophic approach to the problem. When automation is inevitable, relax and enjoy it. approval is all but certain and would send the bill to the Sen ate almost immediately. Democratic-Leader Mike Mansfield Mont., has it listed for floor debate, beginning Wednesday. Mansfield has estimated that three or four days of debate should, be enough to push the bill to Senate passage. If Morse succeeds in turning back any proposed amendments, Senate approval would send the measure directly to the White House. The bill would provide $1.06 billion in aid to elementary and secondary schools in low- income school districts; $100 million for school books; $100 million for special "shared time" educational facilities, and $70 million for educational research and allied fields. DX GAS and oil, .Ores, batteries accessories, minor tune-up, lubrication, washing. Free pickup and delivery. Phifer's DX Service, Road 19 South and Hamilton County line. Russell G. Phifer, 'Owner. '•'• C-tf CARD OF THANKS To my family, relatives and friends. Your letters, cards; calls, flowers, your prayers, your ; concern, and your many kindly deeds are all deeply api predated and have been more 1 helpful than you' can know. I sincerely thank you, one and all., : I" • I want to express my gratitude to our. minister, my. doctors and. surgeons,' the • nurses and nurses aides and everyone who in any way contributed to hiy comfort and my. recovery. You were all most kind and thoughtful and I shallnot forget. . Ruth'Pumphrey WANTED--d?urniture upholstering and repair. Lawrence PickerelL OS 5-4358. C-tf HELP WANTED BE INDEPENDENT. Sell Rawleigh products in City of Tip. ton.; Steady good earnings • year Around. Write Rawleigh, , Dept. : rND '-39(M37, iFrccpor{, -ill. ' P-157-169 DIET ADVICE WASHINGTON .(UPI) — Eating a bird size . breakfast or skipping the whole meal is .a poor 1 way i to keep your weight under control, says the U. S. Department of Agriculture. Plan instead to eat a good breakfast i and learn e n ou g h calorie arithmetic to spread a day's calorie quota over the three meals. ' If s here! The amazing new HEARING AID a/most anyone con wear.' Tim fMLITY F-606 "_"cfTC '*I»>otuiixid'' * 91—tE to nothing show! _ PDirc you " for ° y ™ rllliiK pennies a day SO TINY... it hides completely inside your ear SO POWERFUL just slip it in and hear again instantly A scientific breakthrough in ft EC I CM no cords, tubes, * UtHUN weighs W ounce • FACY riV «!<"?!• fi'"inBr - EfU 1 Ell no earmold FOR FULL FACTS — ATTEND FREE HEARING COUNCIL Friday, April 9,11 A.M.-5 P.M. RHODES JEWELRY SPONSORED BY AUDIO-PHONE COMPANY OF INDIANA H. R. PUTENNEY, Hearing Aid Specialist in Chirge- FREE CHECKUP ON ALL HEARING AIDS. FOR APPOINTMENT IN YQJJR IJOME, CALL OS 5-24^5 WASHINGTON (UPI)—Pound for pound, diminutive Haile Selassie carries more title than any other practicing monarch. Currently, he's listed as "Conquering Lion of the Tribe of Judah, Elect of God, -Emperor of Ethiopia." At the Pentagon, I presume, he is known as "CLTJEGEE." The Pentagon's penchang for reducing fancy titles to alphabet hash reached an apogee of sorts a few days ago when Lt. Gen! -Bruce K.' Holloway appeared before the House Foreign Affairs committee. Holloway identified himself as "Deputy USCINCMEAFSA." I'invite, you .to pause at this point and see if you can figure out what "USCINCMEAFSA" stands for. No peeking, please. Give up? All right, I'll tell you the answer. In its full majesty, Holloway's title is "Deputy United States Commander^ in-Chief of the Middle East, Africa South of the Sahara, and South Asia." Far Flung Title If USCINCMEAFSA is not the longest military title currently active, it is certainly one of the most far i lung. It embraces all of Africa and the' Malagasy Republic except for 'Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria and Libya; the countries of the Middle East except for Turkey; the countries .of South Asia from Ceylon to the India-Burma border r plus the waters of the Red Sea and Persian Gulf. ' What-got me on this subject was a chat-1 had with Sir Charles Moses, former head of the Australian .Broadcasting Commission, who came here to speak at a radio-television wards dinner. I .made a date to interview Sir Charles upon learning that he once held the intriguing- title of "Federal Controller of Talks." The title led me to assume that.it was his-job to regulate the length of after-dinner speeches in Australia. If so, I wanted to find out more about it , Misleading Title I had in mind starting up a lobby for the creation of a similar post in _ this country; It turned out, nowever, that' the title was somewhat misleading. Sir. Charles explained that "talks" referred to broadcasting. He had charge of programs of an oral nature, as opposed to those featuring music. Nevertheless, the interview was not a total loss, for it gave me an idea of how we might solve a problem that is even more acute than the length of after-dinner speeches. What this country needs is an agency to regulate governmental abbreviations, beginning with USCINCMEAFSA. We can call it the Federal Controller of Initials. Or, if you prefer, the FCI. - ' SPECIAL Extra Transmitter ' with each Garage Door Operator sold during April George Morrisett OS 5-209G -.. Rummage sale, Thurs.- Fri.-Sat., April 1-2-3-8-9-10 in former Discount Center room. C. W. F. of West St. Christian churcji. C-Tu-W-Th—160 bvLEAOX Great beauty, distinction; shell-pink bordsc rim, and rope design in 24-kt gold, i pfl place setting... $23.95 ieweier PHiLCO, CONSOLE TV 's 23" REG. PRICE $429.95 _ w.t. ______ $295.00 ___________ w.t „_ $289.95 __________ w.t. $389.95 ___________ w.t. __—-. $389.95 ___________ w.t. —-—-COLOR T-V CONSOLES A WIDE VARIETY TO CHOOSE FROM! SALE PRICE .— $239.00 — $198.00 — $198.00 .— $239.00 — $229.00 REG. PRICE $695.00 W.T. SALE PRICE $459.00 REFRIGERATORS REG. PRICE 12-14-16 cu. ft. SALE PRICE $32400 $250.00 $35|,95 $389.95 - w.t. — ._ w.t. _. ._ w.t. _. _______ $211.00 _______ $145.00 $229.00 _______ $247.00 STOVES REG. PRICE vmM ——~-- w.t..-. 30 in. SALE PRICE ________ $19900 TIPTtyN. N'S West Side of Courthouse

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