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Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, ApriM 5 J 965 THE UPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 5 To ' Work CLASSIFIED RATES 1 Insertion 4c per word 2 Insertions 7c per word 3 Insertions 9c per word 4 Insertions lie per word 5 Insertions 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. 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 LOCAL— 15c per line. ' MEMORIAM—10c per line. CARD OF THANKS—$1.25 Call OS 5-2115 before 10:00 a.m. for insertion same day, "txcept Saturday—call before *:O0 a.m. CANCELLATION — UNTIL 10:00 A.M. DEADLINE. Class. 1 inch DISPLAY RATE per col. inch 90c per mo. daily...$18.00 Each additional inch .$11.00 (Rates Quoted Are Local) REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR SALE—3 bedroom home, large living room carpeted, full basement, 2 car garage. Phone OS 5-6123 C-166 FOR SALE— i Dedroom modern home, just completed. Gas teat, Youngstown kitchen cabinets, marlite in bath, hard- vood floors. Tipton Lumber Co., OS 5-4882. C-tf HOUSES, GARAGES, UTILITY BUILDINGS—Factory to you. No down payment. 3 bedroom house $4,450 only $39 per sonth. Includes heating, ylumbing, wiring cabinets. Garages as low as $395 only $10 per month. Write to Upright Buildings, Inc., Route 2, Lafayette, Indiana. P-185 FOR SALE FOR SALE—Bait. Tomlinson Bait House. Opening Good Friday. 806 Oak. P-166 FOR SALE—Living, room furniture and Conn organ, excellent condition. Phone YU 43995. or 4-4225. P-166 Singer Four Months Old S3G.08 Complete Balance Assume six payments of $6.01 monthly. Beautiful walnut cabinet included at no extra charge This machine monograms, appliques, mends, darns, sews over pins, sews forward and backwards, equipped to zig-zag, warranty included. Call OS 5-2135. C-tf JOHNSON MOTORS Starcraftj and Johnson boats, Gator trailers and marine accessories. LEATHER'S BOAT HOUSE, 1823 No. A. FE2-5162. Elwood. C-tf f"uR SAjLE—Spinet organ, excellent condition. ^easonabl« OS *-626* C-ti FOR SALE — Awnings, storm windows and doors. Ornamen- ial ixoL A. J. Butz. Phone OS 5-2646. j ' C-tf FOR SALE—Plywood paneling, 4' x '8' sheets from $2.95 to $5.95 per sheet. While it lasts. Tipton Lumber Co., OS 5-4882. C-tf GOOD THINGS TO EAT For sale, Red and Golden Delicious apples. Smith Orchard, 1 mile North, V4 mile East of Sharpsville. ' C-tf FOR SALE—100 or more place settings of Silverware owned by Atlanta Alumni Association. Sell all or part. Contact Wilberta Baitz, .3 miles south, 1 mile west of Tipton, Route 2, Atlanta Phone Atlanta 2 on 138, ' P-167 FOR SALE--1964 model Wheel Horse mowers at reduced prices. Wimer Sales and Service, Tipton, Ind. C-Tu-Th-Sat-170 FOR SALE—10 windows 36" by 30"; 1 door 7 foot by 32 inches •wide 1 storm door including screen. Goldie Lawson, 126 N. Independence, OS 5-6181. P-167 FOR SALE—Order fresh country eggs. Saturday delivery. Phone OS 5-6995. C-167 FOR SALE—Driveway stone. • . LY 5-2484.. . C-tf PETS PETS FOR SALE—All A. K. C. registered toy and miniature poodles, any color. North of Kokomo on 35 to 1250, south of Galveston turn east 1st house. Oral Thompson. P-166 FOR SALE—Easter bunnies. Roy Shupperd, 803 Oak Street P-167 FOR; SALE—Easter bunnies. J. W. King, 416 S. Independence. P-168 FOR SALE—One pony four years old. $75.- Lewis Harper, Phone OS 5-6139. P-168 FOR SALE—Live bunnies for Easter. $1.50 to $2.00. Walter Martin, route 2, Tipton. OS 52754. C-168 USED CARS FOR SALE—1962 Falcon, 2 door wagon, straight shift, excellent condition, $695.00. See Lewis Harper at State Finance Company. C-168 FOR SALE—1954 IFord V-8 Station wagon, cheap. Call OS 56965. P-166-168-170 FOR SALE—1964 4 wheel drive Jeep pick-up truck with automatic transmission; 1964 Ford custom % ton truck; 1959 Ford M ton truck. Spidel Camper Sales, V* mile west, Atlanta, Indiana.. _ P-166 FOR SALE—Quality used cars. THROGMARTIN AUTO SALES, 704 W. Jefferson St. BAXTER MOTORS. CLEAN USED CARS. 120 S. INDEP. TIPTON C-tf FOR SALE—1957 Buick Road- master, 4 way power, OS 54433, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. C-167 TRUCKS—1961 and 1962 Chevies, C-65 2 T-2 S; 1359 Ford 2 T; 1957 and 1S55 Chev 2 T, 2 S; 1956 GMC 2 T-2 S; 1961 and 1959 Chev VA T; 1962 Ford 1 Ton; 1963 Chev^ 1 Ton; 1959 Chev 1 Ton grain and stock. Pickups: 1958, 1956, 1348 Chevies; 1955 Ford; 1958 Chev. Panel: 1960 Chev 1 Ton step van; 1958 Int. 3 A walk-in; 1956 Dodge utility. Boggess Trucks, Junction 28 and 29, 6 miles East of Frankfort. Phone 249-3037. P-167 DX GAS and oil, tires, batteries accessories, minor tune-up, lubrication, washing. Free pickup and delivery. Phifer's DX Service, Road 19 South land Hamilton County line. Russell G. Phifer, Owner. ! C-tf WANTED—Furniture upholstering and repair. Lawrence Pickerel! OS 5-4358. C-tf SPRING IS here—Clean Gutters —Caulk and odd jobs—Call evenings. OS 5-6358. C-167 FEMALE HELP WANTED HELP WANTED—Baby sitter by April 19 in Windfall, Monday thru Friday. Contact Marcia DeWitt, Apartment 4, Longview or call LY 5-2915 after 5. P-166 WANTED—Babysitter from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Phone OS 56013 between 7 and 9 p.m. ! : C-166 MALE HELP WANTED MAN WANTED — Opportunity for .process and .tooling engineer. Applicants in sheet metal, machine parts fabricating arid assembly will be considered.' This job offers a broad variety of work from departmental layout to. engineering shop liaison. Oakes Manufacturing Co., 516 Dearborn, Tipton, 'Indiana. Phone OS 5-2185 i C-169 OPPORTUNITY TIME TO RETIRE—89 year old Rawleigh Dealer wants to retire. Good business available in Tipton Co. Continue established service. Will help with customer list. Write Rawleigh Dept. IND-380-216, Freeport, 111. I C-160-163-166-172-175-178 WANTED — Fiberglass factory help. Gray Wooldridge, Sharpsville, Ind: 963-2603. C-167 WANTED For Your Car Needs See THE EMBLEM OF QUALITY 120 S. West St. Phone OS5-4941 Tipton GMC GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION TRUCKS FROM y« TO M TONS SERVICE MOTOR COMPANY INC. SERVICES WANTED—Electrical work, old and new wiring. Kenneth Harrell, Kempton, phone 947-3311 P-168 SAVE BIG! Do your own rug and upholstery cleaning with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampober,. $1.00. 1 Carney's Drug Store. C-168 L. P. Gds Service OR INSTALLATION No Equip. Charge (110 lb. botflM) Prprfipt Service TENBR00K SALES, INC. Phono .05 5-2054 114 So. M«ln St. ripton Indians KINGS SEPT TANK and Sewer 'Serviced * : -Licensed "and Bonded by Indiana State Board of Health. Windfall, Ind., Call LY 5-3385 P-167 WANTED—Ironings. OS 54286. P.-172 WANTED—Ironings. OS 5-2261. I P-169 J WANTED TO BUY | USED PIANOS y Highest prices - paid. Phone Anderson '644-6495, collect'. ! P-189 SPARING TIME is scrap cleanup time, and your market in Tipton is Levi's (scrap yard). Buying complete cars—trucks y-farm tractors, heavy iron, cast stoves and furnaces, lead, copper, aluminum, zinc, brass etc. P-169 WANTED TO RENT WANTED—House furnished or unfurnished for single person. Phone OS 5-4839. P-168 WANTED TO RENT—2 or 3 bedroom modern home by working couple with 1 small child. Call after 5:00, OS 5-4892 I . C-168 FOR KENT IFOR RENT—Clean carpets and color brilliance' are the results of Hoover shampooing. Rent electric Hoover sham- pooer. Compton and Sons. I 3-H-C-171 FOR RENT—Mobile home 10 x 50, furnished, will furnish fuel oil, electricity, gas and water. Phone OS 5-6139. ' C-168 FOR RENT—Unfurnished apartment, 345 N. Conde. Inquire at Jim's Barber Shop, Atlanta. ; ! • ; ; c-tf YOU MAY! RENT, a "piano as low as $5i>er month. Mrs: Ted Sharp. OS' 5-6263. "Riddlck Piano Coi ' ""C-ti iFOR "B/ENT—-Second floor furnished apartment. $80 a month Phone-OS; 54276; C-166 SEPTIC - TANKS, toilet vaults vacuum \cleaned. Sewer and basement! drains cleaned with electric' citing knives! Phone Elwood BE 2-2684. David Sewer Qeanprs C-tf LEGAL NOTICE PORTABLE WELDING. Tony Hancock, 1 Kempton, phfln'e 947-3832. I ' .' P-176 FRONT E^TD AUNGMENT Wheel balancing. EBERT-Sinclair Service. Phone OS 57125. ... \ . ; C-tf i IN MEMORIAM •In. loving memory of my husband, Robert palmer, who passed away April'15th 1964. • j Mrs. Robert Palmer. PISTICCI, (Italy (UPD—Police searched today for two bee- stung banditis. tguseppe /Martind gave the alert after ( the prowlers acci- dehtly knocked down a Jbee-tuve, on. his farm} and fled followed by a swarm of angry bees. NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S ALLOWANCES The following miscellaneous claims .were allowed by Tiplon County Commissioners at a regular meeting April 5, 1865, 9:00 A.M. Tipton Telephone, Rt, Toll S 31.06 Tipton Util Serv Bd, Util 7S.00 Bolinger Bros, Repr 77.40 Moore Bros, Same 84.54 Premier Fastener, Same .. 124.20 Mason Motors, Same 144.84 International- Harvester, Same 28.35 International Harvester, Same 2.25 Elevator Auto Pts, Same.. 20.36 Bob's Auto Pts, Same 2.70 Poe Implement, Same .5S Tom Smith Tire Serv, Same 21.53 Kessler Auto Pts, Same .. 5.22 Ross Motor Sales, Same .. 26.25 Pring Implement, Same .. 6.96 Panke Machinery, Same . 166.87 Motor Fuel Tax Div, G, M, Pwr •. 19.80 Myers Welding Supply, Same 33.48 Sunray D X Oil, Same ... 847.33 Enneking & Phifer, Same 33.16 Ramsay Prt. Off Supp ... 5.00 Ind Wiping Cloth, Other Opr 46.91 Tipton Ready Mix, Same .. 30.00 Warsaw Chemical, Same . 9.20 Kenneth Snow, Same .... 5S.00 Certified Laboratories, Same 132.41 Marbaugh Engineering Supply, Same -.... 25.05 Stony Creek Stone, Stone . 123.1S Pipe Creek Stone, Same .. 11.34 Yeoman Stone, Same 1S02.00 Ryan, Gravel 153.48 Yeoman Material, Same . 2164.58 Ayera & McCarty, Same . 39.00 Goodler Gravel, Same 2138.33 Stello Products, Rd Sen .. 37.66 Paper Calmenson, Gr- Maint Bl 281.53 Lester Schwear, Rts 20.00 Tipton Co. Farm Bureau, Ht, Etc 189.20 Compton's, Equip, Etc ... 19.44 Motorola C & E, Same 625.25 Ind Equip. Bis, Etc 92.93 Mack Machine, Repr Etc.. 1076.2S Frankfort Automotive Same 1S2.2S Tipton Lumber, Cement Etc 23.17 George Compton, Jail Med 77.00 Sanco Products, Jail Supp 31.06 Sanco Products, Same . . 8S.74 Everett Graham, Jail Mat & Lbr \.. 6.14 Ralph Wilburn, Post 5.00 Ronald Anderson, Tax Ref 17.10 Ramsay. Prt., CI Off Supp 101.61 Ramsay Prt, Surv Off Supp 3.40 Ramsay Prt, Rec Oft Supp 1.55 Ramsay Prt., Aud Off Supp 49.55 Ramsay Pj-t, Treas Off Supp 19.35 Ramsay Prt. Assr Off Supp 16.95 Ramsay Prt, Cir Ct Off Supp 229.00 Burford Prt, Aud Off Supp 156.00 Verl Grimme, Pr Meals .. 222.6U Maude Welsh. Mile 30.00 Guidance Center of Howard Co, Mar, Apr Serv Chg 550.00 Richard Regnler, Post Pros Atty 15.00 M W Clouser, Post Prob Off 5.00 Motorola C & E, Civ Def ' 11.00 Recordak Corp, Microfilm 30.00 Young-Nichols Funeral ' Home, Sold Bur 100.00 Young-Xiehols Funeral Home, Same 100.00 Interstate Alrcredit, Assr Off Supp 2.00 Bobbs-Merrill, Aud L a w Bks S6.00 Orville Click. Aud Post .. 27.35 RoT>ert Painter, Gov't Jlks 24.00 David Yundt, Cattle - Test 03.45 David Yundt, Same 1S.10 Muscatatuck St. S c h o o 1. Cloth 23.02 Irene Byron Hosp, . Inm Medical 503.50 Ind Boy's School, Maint Inm 768.24 Ruth Wimer, Mile .-. 15.33 David Troyer, Same IS."6 W M Clarv, Same 43.19 Phil Hoke. Fox Bty 0.00 Francis Carlile. Same .... S4.00 Max Retherford. Same .. 3.00 Steve Molden, Same 15.00 Robert Grishaw, Same 3.00 Andy Bushman, Same .... • 3.00 Robert Boyd. Same 3.00 X^arrell HeathCoate, Same 3.00 A H Williams, Same 3.00 Tipton Produce, lnf Fd . 40.S7 Dietzen's, Same 16.19 Tipton Produce, Same .... 2S.44 Dean Milk, Same 52.31 Dean Milk, Same 40.32 Ind St Industries. Inf Furn 406.80 Blue Front Drug, Inf Med 25.7-2 Carney's, Same . 17.00 Everett Graham, lnf Mat, Lbr 26.80 Marbaugh Engineering, Inf Maps 46.S5 Servco. lnf Fuel 40.6S Penney's, Inf Cloth l.'.'S Danner's, Inf Supp 74.39 Early Elev, Feb, Mar Crthse Serv C0.00 A J Butz, Crthse Mat, Repr 4.26 Ruth Wimer, Exp, Off Supp 5.47 W M Clary, Exp, Off Supp 66.06 B D C, Recordak 3.20 Noel Todd, Ditch Tile 7.50 Ideal Cement Wks, Ditch Mat 12.21 Motorola C & E. Civ Def .. 11.00 Fred Temple, Crthse Mop CI 16-00 Everett Graham, Crthse Repr 3.00 Airkem Serv, Crthse Supp S6.55 F Rav Hull, Same S.1G Olen- Miller; Crthse Lbr, Mat 20S.72 John Pearson, Same 2i.00 Moelierlng Supply, Jail Supp 13-40 Official Mobil Home Mkt Rpt, Assr Off Supp 35.00 Elmer Letsinger, Ditch Repr 169.50 Butler, Fairman & Seufert, Br Replace 151.05 Tebco Fertilizer Serv, Inf 100.81 Kinder Coal, Crthse, Inf Fuel 571.15 Compton's. Crthse, Inf, Jail Supp •. 295.53 Tolle Bros. Inf, Jail, Crthse Supp 144.80 Ramsay Prt, Sher Off Supp 3.09 Enhekinc - Phifer Sunoco, Sher Car Serv 270.09 Ross Motor Sales, Same .. 11.00 Ross'Motor Sales. Same .. 27.90 R. L. Polk, Co., Sher Supp 20.00 Carroll'a Men's Store, Sher Cloth =7-00 Jack's Uniforms, Same .. 14-30 Tipton Telephone, Rt, Toll. 282.58 MonaHaskett, Mile 20.80 Viola Moren, Same 7.00 Carolyn Perry, Same ... 14-64 Tipton Tribune, Welf Off Supp ,hl°. Tipton Tribune, Adv .... l -o.J* Tipton Util Bd. Util 3a7.91 Respectfully Submitted ORVILLE T. CLICK Auditor, Tipton County NOTHING BUT TIME SACRAMENTO, Calif. UPI) The state prison system, which manufactures all of California's 10 million auto license plates, may have an extra job next year. Under proposed .legislation, all', plates would carry reflectors—a .measure aimed at reducing the number of rear end collisions. A state prison official said adding the reflectors to the plates might take a little longer. "But,", he added, "w.e have time at our disposal." NOTICE OF COMMISSIONERS' ALLOWANCES The following payroll claims were; allowed by the Tipton County Com-j missioners at the special meeting, April 1. 1965. -; Bernard Smith, Hghwy Supt '.. ?375.00 Edith Johnson, Hghwy ' Seer 275.00 Lester Amsbury, Hghwy i Lbr 237.60; g onald Barr, Same 136.00 ary Bogue, Same 395.25 Ralph Bogue, Same 302.60 Andrew Bushman, Same .. 248.20 Wilbur Collins, Same 401.20 Wilbur Fishback, Same 408.00. Meredith Grimme, Same .. 486.00 Ralph Gross, Same 385.90 Jack Lee. Same , 283.90 Harry Quear, Same 2S0.00 Audra Richey, Same 357.00 Lawrence Shook, Same 369.75 Basil Shupperd , Same ... 385.90 Byron Sinclair, Same 360.40 James Slaton, Same 387.60 Everett Stout, Same 362.10 Maurice Tolle, Same 339.15 Jerry.Wood, Same 323.00 Homer Yeary, Same 363.80 Fay Smith, Same 13.60 Don Amsbury, Hghwy Ext 4 Lbr 89.60 Henry Dane. Same 27.20 Phillip Grishaw, Same 25.60 C. W. Henry, Same 27.20 Cecil Jones, Same 5.60 Nolan Johnson, Same —. 13.60 Elmer Kinder, Same 305.60 Jack Newman, Same SS.00 Edward Quear, Same 83.20 Robert Russell, Same ..... 32.00 Billy Lee Shupperd, Same . 56.00 Wayne Smith, Same 32.80 Earl McNew, Same 10.40; Ross HuHord, CI ... 458.33 Marcia Thompson, Dep CI.'. 300.00 Dorothy Leavell, CI CI 275.00 Edythe Cochran. CI Ext Lbr 180.00 Orviile Click, Aud 458.33 Mary E. Kemper, Aud Dep 300.00 Martha Purvis, Aud CI 275.00 Paul Jones, Treas 458.33 Waneta Devault, Dep Treas 300.00 Evelyn Cage, Treas Ext I Lbr 123.75; Virginia Hoover, Same ; 17S.75 Bonnie Llneback, Rec 416.66 Betty Bunch, Dep Rec 300.00! Verle Grimme, Sher 45S.331 Robert McFarland, Dep I Sher .. .• 374.00 Lou-ell Kinder, Same 303.16 Everett Graham, Same 100.00, Phyllis Grimme, Jail Mat . 100.00, Lorene Neal, Jail Ext Lbr .. 100.00 W. M. Clary, Ag Agt 225.00; Ruth Wimer, Dem Agt 183.33! David Troyer, Asst Agt .. 166.67 s Nancy Cole. Ag Seer 300.00, Patricia Schmidt, Ag Ext Lbr. 9.50 Chester Mitchell, Co Cor .. S3.33] J. Carl Graf. Assr 446.G6' Ruth Maines, Dep Assr .... 275.00; James Weismiller, Ci Twp , ! Assr Dep 240.00 William lllges, Same 240.00 Arza Jones, Same 240.00 Ernest Weismiller, Same .. 240.00 Ella Sandman. Same 60.00 Emmert Sandman, Ci Twp Assr 625.00 Oliver Wheatley, Judge ... 200.01' Laura Law, Ct Rep 375.00 Frank Recobs, Ct Blf 170.00 McAdoo Clouser, Prob Off 166.67 Fred Temple, Crthse Cust.. 300.00 Lola Webb. Same 100.00 Charles Reynolds. Same .. 40.25 Ruby Neal, Same 17.50 Lester Dodd, In; Sunt 150.00 Olive Dodd, Inf Mat 100.00 Hester Roler, Inf Help 100.00 Anna Hushes, Same lOC.e" Blanche Cook, Same 70.00 Mark Lewis, Same 50.00 Robert Stoops, Co Comro .. 191.66 Neal Johnson, Same 191.66 George Hartley, Same 191.66 Horace Holmes, Co Att 112.50 Arthur Barr, Co. Council .. 25.00 John Barrum, Same 25.00 George Compton, Same 25.00 Garrett Gossard, Same 25.00 James Harlow, Same 25.00 Arthur Huggler, Same 25.00 Edgar Weismiller, Same .. 25.00 Koral Dark, Vet Off 260.00 Mildred Brunk, Same Seer 92.00 Maude Welsh. Co Nurse .. 308.33 Tressa Cov, Nurse CI 100.00 Ralph Wilburn, Pi Coram . 275.00 Mildred Brunk, Same Seer 100.00 Joe Watson, Pi Comm Atty 100.00 Robert Heron; Civ Def .. 250.00 Sedora Clark, Wei Dlr .... 435.00 Mona Ilaskett. Wei Vis .. 333.00- Viola Moren, Same .: Carolyn Perry, Same ..... 333.00 Marjorie Kunkle, Wei CI .. 265.00 Evelyn Bolinger, Same 260.00 Stanley Herbert, Wei Legal 50.00 Respactfully submitted ORVILLE T. CLTCK Auditor, Tipton County Wall Street Chatter NEW YORK (UPI) — Tessel, Paturick Inc., says it is looking forward to an extremely bullish spring rally and strongly recommends an aggressive accumulation of selected equities at current equities. The firm says that during the next several weeks it appears likely there will be. widespread participation by most groups in what may be one of the most dynamic upward thrusts of this bull market. Bache & Co. says in view.of the recent upward surge a tern porary pause appears necessary to digest recent gains. Thomson & McKinnon says that investor confidence appears to have returned to the market place and that, barring adverse foreign developments, further near - term progress should be made. MEATS FOR GROUND BEEF During 1964, 2.7 b i 11 i o n pounds of ground beef were consumed in this country alone. This comes to almost 15 pounds per person. What cuts of meat does the retailer use in making ground beef? He has several available to him, usually less-tender cuts like chuck, brisket, short plate, shank, flank and round are used for grinding. Grinding cuts the fibers and thus makes ground beef tender enough for broiling, panbroiling, frying or roasting (baking) as meat loaf. Send Hallmark E a s t.e r Cards. WUIy's Stationery. C-166 STEW HAINES GARAGE FOR AUTO REPAIRS FRONT END ALIGNMENT WHEEL' BALANCE MECHANICS Stew Haines — Joe Crume Sarvlet on all makt» oH E. North OS 5-4500 On The Lighter Side By DICK WEST WASHINGTON (UPI)—Street crimes, along with traffic jams, air pollution and modern architecture, have become a major problem in many American cities. In some neighborhoods, police dogs are being used as a deterrent to muggings, yokings and other forms of sidewalk skulduggery. It was this situation that prompted a civic-minded colleague of mine to send me the following note: "Not long ago," .he wrote, "you mentioned in your column a new robbery prevention system invented by a couple of members of the National Press Club. "Their plan was to have one- of the club bores buttonhole would-be robbers and bend their ears for a half-hour or so, at which point they would beg to be turned over to the police. "Bore Corps" "It occurred to me that such a scheme also would be effective in combatting- street crimes. In addition to the 'canine corps* that the police are now using, they could organize a 'bore corps.' "Private citizens with a flair for tedious monologue would be urged to volunteer for evening strolls. Each time that they encountered a suspicious character, they would go over and strike up a conversation. "After a few nights of this, no footpad or purse-snatcher in his right mind would dare venture forth." "I think my colleague may have something there. In fact, I can already picture hGW the "bore corps" would work. The scene is a dimly lit street in an unsavory neighborhood. As a lone pedestrian passes by, a sinister figure emerges from the shadows and grabs him by', the arm. More Than A Match "Got a match, buddy?" "I'm glad you asked that question'. I quit smoking myself.. Been off the weed about nine months now." I had this hacking cough that was bothering me. A lot of times I'd wake tip in the middle of the night with a coughing spell. My wife used to say it was like trying to sleep in the same room with a seal: I went to see a doctor a couple of times, but the stuff he gave me didn't seem to do any good fo finally I decided to cut dawn on cigarettes. It nearly drove me crazy. I was down to a half-pack for about a week, just smoking after meals' and at night, but the first thing I knew I was back up to a pack again and still nervous as all get-out, so I figured I'd either have to quit entirely or forget about the whole thing. Like I said, that was nine months ago and I still miss them, especially when I'm working jigsaw puzzles. That's my hobby, you know. I ... hey, where are you going?" Another job, well done, by your bore corpsman in action.. STRICTLY BUSINESS b y MC^H*. POTTLEBY & CO. NET PROFIT* "Why don't you ask the government to start the War on Poverty right here?" Riit They Wore... b y PHYLUSJOYCE THE MODERN KILT OWES MUCH TO THE SCOTTISH ARW AND VICTORIAN ' MODESTY THE LATTER DEMANPEDTHE NUMEROUS PLEATS; THE M1L1TAR/ . .. COMPROMISED BV PU5HIN6THE • UNPOPULAR PLEATS AROUND TO THE BACK AND MABN& THEM OEDEELY AND RE &ULA 2 THE LINK BETWEEN THE FASHIONS OF ALL CLASSES IN I7TH CENTURV SCOTLAND WAS THE PLAID (KIND OF A SHAWL), WHIC-H WAS MADE OF SILK, OF WOOL LINEP WITH SILK, OR MERELV OF WOOL,PEPENDIN& UPON THE SOCIAL POSITION OF THE WEARER THE RENOWNED ORIGINAL TARTAN PLAIDS (THEY NUMBER 96) WERE FIRST ADOPTED AS A CLAN DRESS AS FAR BACK AS THE IOTH CENTURY TODAY... WHEN BUWIS WOMEN'S OR CHILDREN5 APPAREL LOOK FOR THIS LABEL-THE SYMBOL OF DECENCY, FAIR LABOR STANDARDS AND THE AMERICAN WAY OF LIFE ADVERTISE IN THE TRIBUNE CHANGE-OF-LIFE... does it fill you with terror...frighten you? Read how countless women have found the way to overcome change-of-life fears Have you reached that time of life when one minute you feel suffocating hot flushes and the next are clammy, cold, nervous, irritable? Are you in an agony of fear? ' Don't just suffer these miserable symptoms of change- of-life! Find relief the way The gentle 'medicine with the gentle name LYDIA E. PINKHAM countless women have, with gentle Lydia E. Pinkham Tablets. In doctor's tests 3 out of 4 women who took them reported effective relief without expensive "shots."* Don't brood.. Don't worry yourself sick. Get Lydia E. Pinkham Tablets today. TENBROOKS HEATING IN OCTOBER YOH can have clean, economical, filter cd warm air. . • * 100,000 BTU Designed L.P. Gas Furnace * All New Duct Work * Filtered Clean Air * 6 Warm Air Runs * 2 Return Air ^uns » 500 Gallon Storage System * 24 Hour Service On Equipment We Install * You Can Pay In October, 1965, No Extra Charge * You Can Have Easy Monthly Payments * 400 GAL. READY FLAME GAS (FREE IN APRIL DON'T WAIT BUY NOW! all for $495 TENBROOK SALES INC. Tipton 117 N. Main 4 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU Sheridan — Logansport Kokomo 700 Berkley Rd.

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