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Tipton, Indiana
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Wednesday, April 21, 1965
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r ~ Wednesday; April 21 /1965 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 5 1 M CLASSIFIED RATES 1 Insertion .._ 4c par word 2 Insertions 7c per word 3 Insertions 9c per word 4 Insertions 11c 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 aa 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 par line. CARD OF THANKS—51.25 Call OS 5-2115 before 10:00 a.m. for insertion same day, Txcept Saturday—call before J 00 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 ..$11.00 (Rates Quoted Are Local) REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR SALE— i Dedroom modern . Some, just ' completed. Gas heat, 1'oungstbwn kitchen cabinets, marlite in bath, hardwood floors. Tipton Lumber Co., OS 5-4882. C-tf FOR SALE—1964 model Lawn- Boy lawn mowers at reduced 'prices. Wimer Sales and Service, Tipton,! Ind. C-M-W-F-171 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 FOR SALE—Meat slicer, two wheel trailer with VJ ton bed, 12 x 15 rug. Antiques: base rocker, sofaj wall lamps with reflector, table, picture frames. Phone OS 5-4647. •i C-173 FOR SALE—Set 14" MT Rader Mag wheels—fits Ford or Chrysler product. Smith Tire behind Compton's Hardware. OS 5-6165. I C-173 FOR SALE—13-14-15 inch cheater and regular slicks for drags up to 7" width. Smith Tire, behind Compton's Hardware. OS 5-6165. i C-173 PETS FOR SALE—All A. K. C. registered toy and miniature poodles, any color. North of Kokomo on 35 to 1350, south cf Galveston turn east 1st house. Oral Thompson.. P-173 ALUMINUM DOORS, windows, siding. Carnahan Painting Service. ! C-182 FOR SALE—Three chairs; rocker, reclinerj straight. Phone OS 5-2245. ! C-173 IFOR SALE—Extra nice baled clover hay. OS 5-6504. C-174 BOUSES, GARAGES, UTILITY BUILDINGS—Factory to you. No down payment. 3 bedroom house $4,450 only $39 per asenth. Includes heating, plumbing, wiring cabinets. as low as $395 only *10 per month. Write to Upright Buildings, Inc., Route i Lafayette, Indiana. P-185 FOR SALE—Property of Albright E. U. B. Church in Atlanta. Good modern three bedroom, two lots., two driven wells, garage, plenty of shade. Price reasonable. Call or see Warren Yantis, Rural Route l, Atlanta. Phone Atlanta 3 on 112. P-172 FOR SALE Singer Four Months Old S36.08 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 FOR SALE 1964 J. D. No. 110 Riding Mower. 1964 F-706 Tractor (380 hours) 1959 F-560 Tractor (Very Good). 1959 Case 700D Tractor 1958 Case 411B Tractor w/Hyd. Bkt. Loader) 1958 AC. D-17 Tractor (New Paint, A-l) 1954 Farmall SuH Tractor 1943 Farmall M W/P.S. Case 414 MTD. Plow IH No. 412 414 Plow IH No. 540 414 Plow IH No. 311 314 Plow IH, Kewannee & Cockshutt Wheel Discs 4 Row Rear MTD. Case Cult. 4 Row IH Front & Rear MTD. Cult. 10' Fert. Distributor 40' Elevator (Real Good) 1953 Chev. VA-T. Truck w/bed & hoist (low EQUIPMENT miles) 1953 Int. lVi-T. w/bed & hoist (very good) ARMSTRONG FARM Sway zee, Indiana Phone 922-7941 "Up to Four Crop Years To" Pay" FARM IMPLEMENTS FOR SALE—Three nice Polled Hereford cows, calf in October. Barney Paul, Phone OS 5-6973. P-171 USED CARS FOR SALE—Quality used cars. THROG MARTIN AUTO SALES, 704 W. Jefferson St. BAXTER MOTORS. CLEAN USED CARS. 120 S. INDEP. TIPTON U-tf For Your Car Needs See THE EMBLEM. OF CVAIITV Phone OS5-4941 Tipton 120 S. West St. FOR SALE—For the best buy on a new Mercury or Comet k or Safe Buy Used Car, see or CALL HAROLD MUNDY, OS 5-647,1. Albright Auto Sales, 1501 South 10th, Noblesville, Indiana. PR 3-2390. C-Mon-Wfid-Fri-tf FOR SALE—1961 Buick LaSabre convertible, reasonable. Call OS 5-2178. C-175 SERVICES NO NEED to cough, sputter, fluttter. We'll clean, repair, paint your gutter. We work early, also late, but work is done at a reasonable rate. Also buildings and chimneys painted. OS 5-6358 or OS- 5-4302. C-176 Farm Machinery For Sale 1-3010 Gas 2-410 Diesels (Like New) 2- 720 Diesels 2-A's (Excellent) 1-UB Moline Gas 2-IHC M's 1- 400 Gas (Like New) 1- 450 Diesel Several others to choose from See us for your tractor and farming needs. We have Firestone tires for sale (at farmer 'prices). Several excellent used planters including 494A, 494, 490, and 290 John Deere; 41, 44 and 449 IHC planters. We have on hand also several good garden and lawn tractors, such as Cub Cadet BIO Allis Chalmers, 9 HP Mun- co Mower and Reo mowers (like new). Tipr on Tractor & Impl. Inc. Tipton R. R. 3 Phone OS 5-4626 HANNAH'S husband Hector hates hard work so he cleans the rugs with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer, $1. Carney's Drug Store. C-174 WANTED—Furniture upholstering and repair. Lawrence Pickerel!. OS 5-4358. C-tf DX GAS and oil, tires, 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 FEMALE HELP WANTED WANTED—Lady to stay fuU time with elderly woman ; Phone OS 5-4138. C-172 WANTED—Babysitler, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. OS 5-6765 after 4:30 p.m. C-174 WANTED WANTED—Ironings. OS 5-6286. P-172 JOHNSON MOTORS Starcraft and Johnson boats, Gator trailers and marine accessories. LEATHER'S BOAT HOUSE, 1823 No. A. FE2-5162. . Elwood. C-tf r-uR SALE—Spinet organ, excellent condition. 4easonabi» OS t -62fi3> - c-tr GOOD THINGS TO EAT For sale, Red and Golden Delicious apples. Smith Orchard, 1 mile North, Y* mile East of Sharpsville. ; C-tf FOR SALE—Aluminum siding, awnings, storm windows and ' doors. A. J. Butz, phone OS 5- 2S4fi. C-tf SEE US! For All Kinds Of FARM HYDRAULIC Fittings—Hoses CYLINDERS Also farm sprayer repairs, hose, fittings and pumps. F. RAY HULL & SON GOOD USED FARM MACHINERY 12 ft. Oliver, like new Field Culivator 2 Used Kewanee Discs 1 Used McCormick planter 4-14 Cockshutt pull-type plow TRACTORS Cockshutt 50, gas Oliver, Super 88 Diesel AC-WD45 outfit 51 8-N Ford 53 Ferguson 30 Set dual wheels for AC WD F.Ray Hull Court Street .Tipton LIVESTOCK HORSE AND pony sale, Friday, April 23, 7 p.m. One pajr pulling ponies, wagon and harness. Anderson Sale Barn. J '' C-172 FOR SALE—Purebred Hampshire boars. East of Tipton to 213—2Vi miles South, V* -East. William Ziegler, Atlanta phone.' * ' , P-172 JOB WANTED—House cleaning or house keeper 5 days a week.) Grace King," OS 5-4343: 1 C-173 WANTED TO BUY^ WANTED TO BUY—24 foot extension plank. Phone OS 52458. C-173 USED PIANOS Highest prices paid. Phone Anderson 644-6495, collect. P-189 RESOLUTION, APRIL 12, 1965 WHEREAS: On June 30ih f 1U64, and subsequent thereto, the Tipton Utility Service Board purchased certain lands in Section 2, Township 21 North, Kange 4 East, in Tipton County, Indiana, to be used for future expansion of its Electric - Utility, title thereto beta? held in the name of the City of Tipton, Indiana, and WHEREAS: A portion of said lands having been declared surplus by Tipton Utility Service Hoard, and an appraisal of lands having been made, by appraisers appointed by th« Tipton Circuit Court in Cause No. SS40, SS65, SU56, covering such surplus real estalo and in Cause No. U021 to include lands later acquired- from heirs of the Catherine V. Crail estate, BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED That the following' lands be sold to Steel Parts Corporation, namely: Part of the West half (&>.of the South West Quarter {>/•> of Section 2, Township 21 „ North, Range* 4 East, in Tipton County, Indiana, to wit: liofrinning at a point marked by a railroad spike, on tin* East line of said West half <-,-!•) (being also the center line of a public hjghway known :is Crail Road or Berry man Pike) which is South 2 degrees IS minutes East 1323.55 feut from the Northeast corner of said West half <»£) (and North 2 degrees IS minutes West 12S4.7 feet from the Southeast corner of said West half and being the intersection of the East line of said West half O^) and flit . center line of Rose Road, an East-West county road C6 feet wide) ; thence South S7 degrees OS minutes West on the center line of ROPC Road 754.33 feet to an iron pipe; thence SoutJi 2 degrees IS minutes East SIf..40 feet to an iron pipe; thence North ST degrees SS minutes East 133.54 feet to an iron pipe; (hence Southeasterly on a curve to the left with a radius of 402.2S feet, an arc distance Of 4 1S.75 feet, the chord of said curve being South 31 degrees 2S minutes East 400.10 I feet, to an iron pipe on the j North right-of-way line of the former Lake Erie & Western Railroad; thence North s'.i degrees 07 minutes East on said right-of-way line 222.00 feet ; to an iron pipe; thence North 2 degrees 30 minutes West 3ii3.10 feet to an iron pipe; thence North SS degrees 14 minutes East 20 feet to an iron pipe; thence North 5 degrees 02 minutes West 51 1 feet to an iron pipe; thence North SS degrees 14 minutes East 20S.70 feet to a bolt in the East line of said WesL half I ',£) (being aiso the center line of Miid Berryman Pike) ; thence North 2 degrees IS injjiuie.-) West on said East line of said West half (>•'.) 304.65 feet to the place of beginning, containing 14.77 acres more or less, and subject {o any easements or righls-ol way of record. That the full price of said lands shall be *i» 000.00, and upon payment ot such amount by Steel 1'ait-: Corporation to the **i;y oi Tipton, Indiana, a warranty deed shall be executed by the [Mayor and Clerk-Treasurer to Mieh purchaser,' and the monies so derived from the sab: of said real estate shall be returned to the I »epreciation Account of the Electric L'tility from which source funds were expended in the initial acquisition of the lands heretofore Set out. PASSK1* AND ADOPTED BY the Common Council of the Citj of Tipton, Tipton County. Indiana at its regular meeting • held April 12, 19<;ii, 4 Councilmen being present anil all voting aye. J:.\V RHNCH, }!ayi>r ATTEST: CAROL LORD, Clerk-Treasurer 105-171 Windfall Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Willougby and daughters, of Anderson were Sunday dinner guests of her parents. Sir. and Mrs. Gene Hiatt and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Cunningham, of Anderson were Sunday dinner guests of her mother, Mrs. 'Mary Hendericks. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wilburn, of near Tipton; Mr. and. Mrs. Larry Beach and famiiy, of Winamac; Miss Annie Crouch, of Hobbs and Mrs. Thelma Trimble were Sunday afternoon guests of Mrs. Lily Wilburn, southeast of Windfall. GOLDSMITH Mr. and Mrs. Charles Park and family, of LaGrange were weekend guests in Goldsmith with friends and relatives. Mr. ar.d Mrs. Gene Gielow, of Michigan City were guests during the Easter vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Phares. Dr. W. L. Hughes who spent several days at 'St. Joseph's hospital, Kokomo following eye surgery has been returned to his house in Goldsmith. ! Mr. and Mrs. Robert Parrott, of Washington Courthouse, Ohio spent the weekend with their daughter, Rev. and Mrs. Paul Zimmerman and family. Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Smith spent Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Mary Kirlin and son Max near Franklin. BUSY BEE CLUB Mrs. Hubert Grishaw. route 3 will entertain members of Busy Bee club in her home on Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. / WANTED TO 'BUY—2 acres West of Tipton. Write c/o Box H, Tipton Tribune. C-172 FOR RENT FOR RENT—65 mobile home. Call after 5:00. Phone OS 52844. ; C-174 FOR RENT—Clean carpets and color 1 brilliance are the results of Hoover shampooing. Rent I electric Hoover shampooer: Compton and Sons. 3-H-C-171 YOU MAY RENT a piano as low as $5 per month. Mrs. Ted Sharp. OS 5-6263. Riddick Piano Co. C-U FOR RENT—Modern house in country, 3 miles South of Elwood] Call after 6:00 p.m., Elwood jIFE 2-5944 or !FE 2-7523. .1 P-172 WANTED TO RENT WANTED TO RENT—Hay field. OS 5-7215. ' C-172 MISCELLANEOUS 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 PORTABLE WELDING. Tony Hancock, Kempton, phone 947-3832. P-176 FRONT END AL1NGMENT — Wheel balancing. EBERT Sinclair' Service.. 'Phone OS 57125. • C-tf THURSDAY-MEETING Tipton County Christian- Sister and Brotherhood will meet MI'l'ICK TO TAXl'AVEKS CITY Ol-' TIl'TOX, INDIANA The laxiiuyt-rs of the City of Tipton are hereby notified that :t petition has been filed hy. fifty or more owners of taxable real opiate located In said City requestim: the Common Council of said City 1 to authorize the issuance of boiuis of the City in an amount not exceeding the sum of $100,UOO.UO. for the purpose of procuring funds to be applied on the cost of acquirinii' fire fighting equipment, repairinK hniMiiiKs and equipment at the* City J'ark, and additions to streets and sewers, and the incidental expenses in connection therewith and on account of the issuance of bonds therefor. Itemonstrances against the issuance of said bonds may be filed with the Common Council "by owners of taxable real estate in LIIC manner and within the time provided by Sec. 61-1'.'10 Uurn.s Statutes, iUCl Jtcplacement. Taxpayers of said City are further notified that the Common Council did, on the Uth day of .April, 1565, adopt an ordinance determining to issue the bonds of the City in the amount of $100,- U00.0O, for the purpose of procuring funds to be used as above stated, including incidental expenses in connection therewith.. Said bonds will mature over a period of approximately ten years from date of issuance, and will, hear interest at a rate to be determined by biddlnp. Objections to the issuance of said honds may be made by ten or. more taxpayers filing a petition in the office of the Auditor of Tipton County within the time and in the manner provided hy statute, which petition, if any, will he heard and considered by the State Hoard of Tax Commissioners, as provided by See. 04-KU3 Burns Statutes, 1D61 Keplacement. The net assessed valuation of taxable property in the City or Tipton, as shown by the last final and complete assessment made for state and county taxes, Is $3,751,600.00, and the outstanding indebtedness of the City, exclusive of the above mentioned bonds, is $0.00. A public hearing on the question of appropriatwx; the proceeds ot the- above mentioned bonds for the purposes hereinbefore set forth will be held by the Common Council tit a mcetlnK on April 26, 1065, at the hour of 7:30 P.M., at which time all taxpayers Interested may appear and be heard. The additional ajiproprlntlon. If finally made, will be automatically referred to the State. Hoard of Tax Commissioners, which Board will hold a further hearing within fifteen days at the office of the Auditor of Tipton County, or at such other place as may be designated. At such further hearing taxpayers objecting to said additional appropriations may be heard.* and Interested taxpayers may inquire of the County Auditor when and where such further hearing will be" held- Dated this 12th day of April, 1963. CITY OV TITTON, INDIANA By Carol Lord, Clerk-Treasurer 163-171 Club Calendar WEDNESDAY Hobbs WSCS — 7 'p.m.. Mrs. George Stroup, 313 \V e s t Adams street. Verus Cordis sorority — 7:30 p. m., Mrs. Wilbur Phifer, 522 East Washington street. Circle 'VIII — 8 p, m., Mrs. Charles Clerget, |437. Green street. THURSDAY Ash Street Pike clti'i — 1:30 p. m.. Mrs. Omcr Sloan, route 3. Rebekah Lodge 502 — 7:30 p. m., the hall. Tiptou County Christian Sister and Brotherhood — 7:30 p.m., ' Lions club house. North East street. Dorcas Club — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Dale Morehead, 222 North Conde street. Welcome Wagon club — 8 p. m.. .Mrs. James ! Chouning. Route 2. FRIDAY: Veterans WWI and Auxiliary — ,7:30 p.m., American Legion home. ; Psi Jota Xi sorority — reservations due for Spring Party. MONDAY Delphian Club—2:15'p.m.. Mrs. Mary Walker,. 512 West Jefferson street. i TUESDAY Busy Bee Club — 2:30 p.m., Mrs. Hubert Grishaw, route 3. AAUW — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. F. K. Surber, 205 Green street. Little New York Mr. and Mrs. Jim Small, of Frankfort, visited in the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Small. They were enroute home from Kentucky, where they had visited Bill - Winslow, who is stationed at Fort Knox. Mrs. and Mrs. Tom Winslow, of Kempton, accompanied them to Kentucky. Mrs. Marjorie, Rector spent a few days with iher daughter, Mrs. Donna Jarvis, who has been ill for three weeks with strep throat, at her home in Whitestown. ' - Chris Archley, of near Hillis-' burg, was an overnight guest recently with Miss P 4 m e 1 a Atchley. Mr. and Mrs. John Friend and Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Jones attended the. home show- in Frankfort. Mrs. .Frank Smith is visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Smith. On The Lighter Side Mrs. Geneva Early^ of near Carmel, visited recently friends in^ the community. Mrs. Eugene Kirby The Fellowship class of Hills Baptist church will meet Thursday, at 7:30 p. m. in the church basement for the April class party. The* entertainment will be in charge of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Jones. Members are to • bring a covered .dish and table service. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Coy, of Frankfort, arc parents of an adopted daughter, born Monday, March 23. She weighed seven pounds and one ounce and has been named Donna Marie. Mrs. Coy is the' former Miss Mildred Jones, daughter cf Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Jones, of near Little New York. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Coy, of Frankfort, are paternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Oliver and daughter, Gladys, were recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Fall and sons, near Thorntown. Mr. ar.d Mrs. Eugine Kirby and son, David, visited recently in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hunter, in Noblesville. Mrs. Clarence V/alker, o f Frankfort, spent a night recently with .Mrs. Emma Thompson. COMMITMENT SUNDAY Commitment Sunday is' April 25 at Sharpsville Methodist church. A pledge is to be,made by members of the church for the church budget for next year. A tornado offering will also be taken. CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank everyone for the cards, flowers and messages I received while a' patient in Robert Long Hospital. I am especially grateful to the blood denors and to Rev. Lyon for his visits and encouragement. Frank Fritch, Jr. EAST UNION Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stewart ecening with Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Rode and family. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Whisler and family and Mrs. Ronald Jones were Sunday evening supper guests of .Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dill and family, of Lebanon. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Xorris Partlow were Mr. and Mrs. John Stewart and family, of Mooresville; Mr. and Mrs. James Partlow and family, of Arcadia; Miss Esther 1 Spurgeon and Mrs. Alta DcVaney. Fashionettes Boldly new in design: a group of gold pins, each a departure from the classic pin shapes such as flowers, circles and leaves. These finely-etched'gold pins have swooping lines in which space is as important in the design as the movement of the gold itself. Large enough to be an accessory that makes the whole costume, each pin has pearls in shapes that are chosen to emphasize the pin's moving lines. . • . IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Robert G. Jordan who passed away April 21; 19G0. ' Though God has you in His keeping, , You are always inj our hearts. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Henderson and family NOTICE I will not be responsible for any debts other than those I contract. David L. Webster P-172 A new all-cotton-stretch knit is practically shrink-proof, according to the. manufacturer. In addition to being easy-care, the new knit has a silky look and feel which puts it in the class of fashion fabric. By DICK WEST United . Press International WASHINGTON. (UPI) — Do you find that your dinner guests no longer seem to notice that original picasso hanging over your mantle? Have those authentic bullfight posters that you picked up in Spain begun to lose their charm? In short, are' you looking for something new and different in the cultural line with which you impress your avant garde friends^ and provide a conversation piece for your home? Well, fellow sophisticates, what-you need is a "pop art portrait." For only $3.98, you can be the first in your neighborhood to own a full-length, four-foot reproduction of Flash Gordon. Or, to be really "in" you can become a pop art portrait collector by adding the likenesses 'of Mandrake the Magician, the Phantom and Prince "Valiant. Art Shows Rebellion As all of us connoisseurs are aware, pop art is a rebellion against traditional art forms. Pop artists create their masterpieces from common 'everyday items, such as bicycle pumps. Although pop art has been moving, tip fast as a status symbol, the market was, until last month, virtually untapped. .M • :t t -foplc were buying Beatie Tae iilDa of bringing pop art lo i':i: masses originated, as might expected, on Madison Avenue, that eternal ivellspring of acstiit tic enrichment. A New York adman named Ernie fladell,- and some of his associates, conceived a plan of putting enlarged drawings of comic strip heroes on posters and making them available to the art hungry public. Each pop art portrait is en- scribed with an inspirational message. One shows Flash Gordon in red cape and blue stretch pants leaping over a caption which explains that he is setting out on "a daring, one- man rescue expedition against fearful odds.". Nationwide Distribution .Mandrake the magician is caught in a similar pose. His caption reads: "Hold on, Lothar, I'm coming!" The posters were introduced in New York, last month with smashing results. More than 4,- 0W) were sold in'the first three weeks. It was one of the biggest things to hit the art world since French postcards. ; Acting on the theory that people in other parts of the 'country also will embrace pop art if given the chance, the portrait producers are now gearing up for national distribution. If pop art really catches on in America, 1 intend to take advantage of it. I plan to commission a pop artist to turn out a heroic portrait of President Franklin Pierce. Against that kind of competition Flash Gordon wouldn't stand a chance. Wall Street Chatter NEW YORK (UPI) — Purcell, Graham & Co. says it expects a rotating market during the next few weeks rather than a runaway market. Bache & Co. says it believes the market's ability to with stand the unfavorable news of the past few. months points to its innate strength. The firm says a market which refuses to go down eventually works significantly higher. Tessel, • Paturick Inc. . says that by all indications the market is entering another intermediate advance, which promises to be as vigorous as any other enjoyed in the bull market. UNIVERSITY WOMEN TO MEET TUESDAY Election of officers is scheduled for the April 27 meeting .of American Association of University Women at the home of Mrs. F. K. Surber, 206 Green street, at .7:30 p. m. "Reading and Delving in Depth," with Miss Ruth' Coble, Mrs. R. S. Martin, Mrs.- Robert Baumgartner and Mrs- Harold Planck is scheduled for the program. Members are ', asked to bring 19G5-CG dues: i RETURN FROM CALIFORNIA Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Gossard, Kempton. returned to t h c i r home Sunday evening from California. They have been .visiting since February with Mrs. (Jossard's father, Lloyd L. Webb, of 29 Palms, Calif. or stripes'on a ; small man gives the impression he's touting the third race at Santa Anita. Super Sleuths Put the Bite On Tough Bugs •FRESNO, Calif. (UPI — Why do some mosquitos refuse to curl up and die when doused with lethal doses" of insecticides? After three years of research the scientists have came to the conclusion that certain strains of mosquitos are able to shrug off the effects of insecticides by disposing of an oxygen - byproduct produced by the insecticide. The research was conducted by Donald Mengle, Larry Lewallen. Patricia Gillies and William Wilder of the California State Department of Public Health's insect control station , in Fresno. They reported their findings at the annual meeting of the Entomological Society of America. Using radioactive substances, the researchers investigated the effects of parathion, a phosphate insecticide widely used in mosquito abatement ivorfc. They concluded that parathion in itself probably does not kill the insect. "Actually, when a mosquito ingests some of the poison, its body mechanism manufactures a substance called paraoxon," Mengle said. "The paraoxon kills the mosquito."' The scientist said' paraoxon, an oxygen by-product, is even more-toxic than parathion. But some mosquitos are able to dispose of it before its lethal effects begin. The researchers studied strains of Aedes mosquitos called Nigromaeulis. They found two which were resistant-to the phosphate insecticides. The rescach was conducted by feeding radioactive insecticides to Nigromaeulis larvae. After a time, the larvae were ground up and the parathion ar.d paroxon contents were analyzed. The sleuths found par­ aoxon in the ones which died but none in those which lived.. They now are searching for . ways to bock the body metabolism of the resistant strains and make them susceptible to the insecticides. The Wool Bureau says gabardine is a very loose term covering everything from true gabs to tric'otines, .satin weave' gabs, honeycomb weaves with smooth gab surfaces and cov erts. ' ! Hours — 9:00 'till 5:00 907 N. Washington Street ! Kokomo, Indiana Phone GL 2-7710 Patterns and designs in suit­ ings and jackets for men must always' be in scale with the anatomy, comments Ron Postal, director of the National Council of Men's Fashions. They should, be bold for. tall or large men, but a large check at .the Lions club house on Thursday at 7:30 p. m. New applications Will bo accepted. BIG AUCTION SPORTING GOODS In Noblesville, North side of Square, 7:00 P.M., Thursday, April 22nd thru Saturday May 1st. Closing out complete stock: boat- motors; guns; pistols; fishing equipment^ archery; athletic equipment; hunting clothes, boots; ammunition; camping equipment; tents; bicycles; thousands of dollars of property not mentioned. Scott's Sporting Store, Owner FOLAND & LEWIS; Auctioneers ^ Party & Banquet Supplies i| •FCiUiiains ! 'A Portable Bar; jj L'ec.'.-tti Player-& Radio. Combination Games i Card Tables r Poker Tables! Chairs Banquet Tables China Table Service 8" Crystal Serving Plates Silverware—Dirilyte Service Coffee Urns & Coffee Makers Punch Bowls, Cups, Ladles Complete Line of Cocktail, Wine Glasses, etc. Chaffing Dishes Buffet Servers Snack Sets—Milkglass & •• | Crystal Candelabra ; Coffee Tenders or Igloos Silver Tea & Coffee Service Wearcver Serving Bowls Grills French Friers Hot Trays—Electric CoMc Ware, Kettles, Pans, etc. ; ' Portable P. A.. System Hospital & Invalid Equipment | Hospital Beds & Mattresses | Wheel Chairs 1 Commodes I- Invalid Lifts ! Over Bed Tables ! Trapeze for Beds t I Walkers ! Crutches I Canes I Adjustable Walkers " Folding Wheel Chairs | Stationary Bicycle i Magic Massage Belt RollaWay. Beds ' Back Rests Select-A-Rest Springs Folding Screens Safety,. Side Rails E-iby Equipment Service Strollers ! Baby Beds, Complete ,. 'Baby Play Pens ] Baby Scales Baby Jumpers High Chairs - ( Porta Crib KOKOMO RENTAL & SALES, INC. |

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