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:,IOX. ? FEBRUARY 5, 1962 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE "PAGE 5 ||H ^iT BN THE WANT ADS!" T•PERSO Classified Rates 1 insertion . 3c per ward 2 insertions .._ 5c per wore 1 3 insertions 6c per wore 4 insertions 6c per wore 5 insertions 9c per wore 6 insertions 10c per wore Memoriam 10c per lint Bleck Face Local 15c per HIM CARD OF THANKS — *1.00 *FOR CONSECUTIVE INSERTIONS These charges are at a reduced cash rate and apply if the ad is paid, within 10 days aftei ine final insertion. Special service cha/ge of 25c wili be addied after the 10 day period. Call OSborne 5-2115 before 10:Uf a.m. for insertion same day except Saturday 9 a .m "ally. Cancellation, until 10:00 a.m. deadline. (RATES QUOTED ARE LOtAL' FOR SALE - REAL ESTATE FOR SALE—All modern 7 room house. 728 .Maple. C-lll JTOK SALE—37la a. 5 rooms and bath, large utility room, good bani ana lence, some woods. lie- tveen- Cicero and 'Noblesvilie, west o£ 19. Tate Realty. PK 3-0811 or PH 3-3118, Noblesvilie. C-108 FOR SALE—Modern. 6 room house with haruwood iloors and gas beat, 216' South Conue. P-114 FOR REAL ESTATE — Consult JOE ROSS or JOHN B. BARRUM Clf SEE LEWIS D. HARPER for Real Jistatc Sale and Listing. Insurance Loans. Phone OS 5-6060 and Oi; 5-6.139,121 South Independence or see Albert McCord, Phone OS 5-40G3. Ctl FOR SALE—Terrior pups. Phone OS 5-2212. C-107 FOR SALE FOR SALE Oi.e owner — new car trade ins. i Used cars, convertibles, station wagons, t_-ucks. We also trade down. Large selection to choose, from. Don. Ross Motors, 120 So. I West. Phone OS. 5-4941. Ctf Station Wagons, Used Cars, Baxter Motor Sales, 120 South Indeoen- dwice. • ' Ctf FOR SALE — llusco storm doors i and windows. Aluminum siding. A! J. Butz. Phone OS 5-2G46 Clf FOR SALE — Qualitv used cars! I'HKOCi MARTIN AUTO SALES, W W. Jeiferson St. Ctf. SPINET PIANO This is your golden opportunity lo buy a piano at a greatly reduced price. Small monthly payments". You must have A-l credit. Piano can be seen locally. Write: Credit Manager, c./o L. K. Hamm Piano Company. 1023 Vincennes Street. New Albany, Indiana. C-107 .FOR SALE—Lovely Spinet Pianos and organs. New and used. All makes. Mrs. Ted Sharp. OS 5-G2.J3. C-108 FOR SALE— Good, used recondir tioned T-Vs. $29.50 and up. Tiees. Ctf. WHITE ZIG ZAG A.NSiime payments of $5.85 monthly on this White Zig Zag sewing machine. Monograms, appliques, sews on buttons, makes button holes and many fancy designs. Total balance $36.12. Call OS 5,0062. C-tf WANTED — Size 6. girls shoe skates. Call OS 5-4968. C-10 FOR SALE — 19G1 Olds-nobile 88, All white convertible, deluxe, blue interior, hydromatic, power brakes and steering, heater, radio, white wall tires, excellent condition. Charles Lewis, 458 No. Main, Phone OS 5-4968 after 6:00. C-M-T-114 FOR SALE—Good used Admiral refrigerator. $25. OS 5-6047. C-lll FOR SALE—Sixty head open gilts Extra good. Mark McKinney. Phone Kemp.ton WI 7-2244 P-108 FOR SALE—Used triple window 25 x 25 glass. Complete with Storm windows, Venetian blind. Several used sash and doors. Clyde Washington, 5 mile S.E., Tipton. Ctf LIVESTOCK FOR SALE—Hampshire boars. Em- mcrt and Don Sandman. 1 mile west of Tipton. P -109 HELP WANTED GENERATORS AND STARTERS rebuilt, complete brake service. Ebert Sinclair Service. Phone OS 5-7125. 720 East-Jefferson C-tf GENERATORS AND STARTERS rebuilt, complete brake service. Ebert Sinclair Service. Phone OS 5-7125. 720 East-Jefferson C-tf NATIONALLY KNOWN FOOD COMPANY Wants 5 men. Wages as low as $140 per week. You must be 2555 years of age and have a car. Mr. Sublett will interview personally. Call for appointment Kokomo GL. 7-7281. If you do not care to earn money for yourself try earning some for your family—if not for them—then earn some for me. GENERATORS AND STARTERS rebuilt, complete brake service. Ebert Sinclair Service. Phone OS 5-7125. 720 East-Jefferson C-tf NATIONALLY KNOWN FOOD COMPANY Wants 5 men. Wages as low as $140 per week. You must be 2555 years of age and have a car. Mr. Sublett will interview personally. Call for appointment Kokomo GL. 7-7281. If you do not care to earn money for yourself try earning some for your family—if not for them—then earn some for me. WATER PIPE FROZEN? FAST, safe service with electric thawing machine. O 'Dell and Rose. OS 5-4545. Ctf NATIONALLY KNOWN FOOD COMPANY Wants 5 men. Wages as low as $140 per week. You must be 2555 years of age and have a car. Mr. Sublett will interview personally. Call for appointment Kokomo GL. 7-7281. If you do not care to earn money for yourself try earning some for your family—if not for them—then earn some for me. F30NT END ALIGHMENT, Wheel talancing. EBERT Sinclair' Service. Phone 5-7125 C-M-Tu-W -Tf FOR RENT NATIONALLY KNOWN FOOD COMPANY Wants 5 men. Wages as low as $140 per week. You must be 2555 years of age and have a car. Mr. Sublett will interview personally. Call for appointment Kokomo GL. 7-7281. If you do not care to earn money for yourself try earning some for your family—if not for them—then earn some for me. FOR RENT —Four room modern house-5& miles southeast of Tipton. Oil furnace. $40. Write Box S, Care of Tipton Tribune. P112 FOR RENT —Four room modern house-5& miles southeast of Tipton. Oil furnace. $40. Write Box S, Care of Tipton Tribune. P112 Able Construction Workers Over-, seas. U. S. projects. All trades. Write Globe Application Service, Box 854, Baltimore 3, Maryland. • P-M-107 FOR RENT —Four room modern house-5& miles southeast of Tipton. Oil furnace. $40. Write Box S, Care of Tipton Tribune. P112 Able Construction Workers Over-, seas. U. S. projects. All trades. Write Globe Application Service, Box 854, Baltimore 3, Maryland. • P-M-107 Able Construction Workers Over-, seas. U. S. projects. All trades. Write Globe Application Service, Box 854, Baltimore 3, Maryland. • P-M-107 FOR RENT—Four room first floor apartment. Close in OS5-6283. P-112 OPENING ON ESTABLISHED ROUTE in city of Tipton. Full or part time. Experience, investment unnecessary. Weekly earnings of $75 and up possible. Household Products in demand. Write Watkins Products, Inc., D-58, Winona, Minnesota, P-M 125 FOR RENT—Modern 3 room apartments. Furnished or unfurnished Located upstairs corner of Jefferson and East Street. Write Box W C-o Tipton Tribune. tf OPENING ON ESTABLISHED ROUTE in city of Tipton. Full or part time. Experience, investment unnecessary. Weekly earnings of $75 and up possible. Household Products in demand. Write Watkins Products, Inc., D-58, Winona, Minnesota, P-M 125 FOR RENT — 3- room furnished apartment. OS 5 -4922 after 5:00. C-108 UNEXPECTED CHANGE makes available good Rawleigh business in Tipton county. Splendid business possibilities. Exceptional opportunity for right'man. Write Rawleigh Dept. INB 380-201, Freeport, Illinois C-Mon -119 FOR RENT—Three room upstairs furnished apartment 521 North East. OS 5-2348. C-112 UNEXPECTED CHANGE makes available good Rawleigh business in Tipton county. Splendid business possibilities. Exceptional opportunity for right'man. Write Rawleigh Dept. INB 380-201, Freeport, Illinois C-Mon -119 FOR RENT—5-room modern, utilities and garage, automatic heat, low rent, low taxes. Teters Store Hobbs, OS 5-4625.' Clll SALESMEN FOR RENT—Modern 3 room apartments. Furnished or unfurnished. Located upstairs sorrier of Jefferson and East Street. C. L, . O'Banion. Call OS 5-4549. tf. NATIONAL concern offers opportunity. Married man above 30 preferred. Must have good car. Knowledge of tractors and machinery helpfuL Sales experience not necessary, we train if hired. Drawing account when qualified. For personal interview write address and phone number to Lowell Johnson, Dept. 2A-4, P. O. Box 392, Dallas, Te.xas. P-105-107 FOR RENT—Modern 3 room apartments. Furnished or unfurnished. Located upstairs sorrier of Jefferson and East Street. C. L, . O'Banion. Call OS 5-4549. tf. NATIONAL concern offers opportunity. Married man above 30 preferred. Must have good car. Knowledge of tractors and machinery helpfuL Sales experience not necessary, we train if hired. Drawing account when qualified. For personal interview write address and phone number to Lowell Johnson, Dept. 2A-4, P. O. Box 392, Dallas, Te.xas. P-105-107 FOR RENT— Three room furnished apartment, as heat. OS 5-7243. C-tf NATIONAL concern offers opportunity. Married man above 30 preferred. Must have good car. Knowledge of tractors and machinery helpfuL Sales experience not necessary, we train if hired. Drawing account when qualified. For personal interview write address and phone number to Lowell Johnson, Dept. 2A-4, P. O. Box 392, Dallas, Te.xas. P-105-107 FOR RENT — Modern 4 room upstairs apartment. OS 5-4419. Ctf NATIONAL concern offers opportunity. Married man above 30 preferred. Must have good car. Knowledge of tractors and machinery helpfuL Sales experience not necessary, we train if hired. Drawing account when qualified. For personal interview write address and phone number to Lowell Johnson, Dept. 2A-4, P. O. Box 392, Dallas, Te.xas. P-105-107 FOR RENT — Modern upstairs three room apartment. Will furnish and deccate for married couple. Reasonable rent to right parties. Address Box W, Tribune <md give reference. Ptf. FOR RENT — Modern upstairs three room apartment. Will furnish and deccate for married couple. Reasonable rent to right parties. Address Box W, Tribune <md give reference. Ptf. Men and "Women Wanted TO TRAIN FOR CIVIL SERVICE EXAMS! We prepare men and women. Ages 18-55. Secure jobs. High pay. Short hours. Advancement. Grammar school education usually sufficient. Send name, home address, phone number and time home. Write Lincoln Service, Pekin 90, Illinois. FOR RENT — Modern upstairs three room apartment. Will furnish and deccate for married couple. Reasonable rent to right parties. Address Box W, Tribune <md give reference. Ptf. Men and "Women Wanted TO TRAIN FOR CIVIL SERVICE EXAMS! We prepare men and women. Ages 18-55. Secure jobs. High pay. Short hours. Advancement. Grammar school education usually sufficient. Send name, home address, phone number and time home. Write Lincoln Service, Pekin 90, Illinois. FOR RENT—Two room furnished apartment with kitchenette for one person, newly decorated, Perfect location, no pets. Phone OS 5-2556 C -108 Men and "Women Wanted TO TRAIN FOR CIVIL SERVICE EXAMS! We prepare men and women. Ages 18-55. Secure jobs. High pay. Short hours. Advancement. Grammar school education usually sufficient. Send name, home address, phone number and time home. Write Lincoln Service, Pekin 90, Illinois. FOR RENT—Downstairs front apartment, furnished. Gas heat. $6 .00 a week. 468 North Conde. C-108 Men and "Women Wanted TO TRAIN FOR CIVIL SERVICE EXAMS! We prepare men and women. Ages 18-55. Secure jobs. High pay. Short hours. Advancement. Grammar school education usually sufficient. Send name, home address, phone number and time home. Write Lincoln Service, Pekin 90, Illinois. FOR RENT—Semi-modern 6 room close to Tipton. Write Box % care Tribune. Ip-tf. Men and "Women Wanted TO TRAIN FOR CIVIL SERVICE EXAMS! We prepare men and women. Ages 18-55. Secure jobs. High pay. Short hours. Advancement. Grammar school education usually sufficient. Send name, home address, phone number and time home. Write Lincoln Service, Pekin 90, Illinois. FOR RENT — South side of modern double, 228 So. West St. Three rooms—newly decorated— gas i heat. Mayme Reed, Phone OS 5-2115. —tf. FOR RENT — South side of modern double, 228 So. West St. Three rooms—newly decorated— gas i heat. Mayme Reed, Phone OS 5-2115. —tf. INSTRUCTIONS FOR RENT — South side of modern double, 228 So. West St. Three rooms—newly decorated— gas i heat. Mayme Reed, Phone OS 5-2115. —tf. INSTRUCTIONS MISCELLANEOUS MOTEL MANAGEMENT — Men, women and couples to train for motel management and operation. Only matured .will be considered. Age over 25. Write — National Motel Training, Inc., Box "R" C-o, Tipton Tribune. P -109 MISCELLANEOUS MOTEL MANAGEMENT — Men, women and couples to train for motel management and operation. Only matured .will be considered. Age over 25. Write — National Motel Training, Inc., Box "R" C-o, Tipton Tribune. P -109 $25 REWARD if you can show us a broadcoverage auto policy with a premium, lower than ours. Tipton County Business Service. OS 5-M96, 125 North Main. C -tf. MOTEL MANAGEMENT — Men, women and couples to train for motel management and operation. Only matured .will be considered. Age over 25. Write — National Motel Training, Inc., Box "R" C-o, Tipton Tribune. P -109 NOTIt'K OV ADXIMSTKATIUN In.the Circuit Court of Tipton County, Indiana. Notice is hereby given that Chester .Mitchell was on the 20th day of January 1H62, appointed: Administrator of the estate of Lura SI. McKay, deceased. 'All persons hnviiiR 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 barred. Dated at Tipton, Indiana, this 20th day of Januarv, 1H62. PAUL H. JONES, Clerk of the Circuit Court for Tipton County, Indiana KM. CHANCE; Attorney 101-107-113 WANTED NOTIt'K OV ADXIMSTKATIUN In.the Circuit Court of Tipton County, Indiana. Notice is hereby given that Chester .Mitchell was on the 20th day of January 1H62, appointed: Administrator of the estate of Lura SI. McKay, deceased. 'All persons hnviiiR 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 barred. Dated at Tipton, Indiana, this 20th day of Januarv, 1H62. PAUL H. JONES, Clerk of the Circuit Court for Tipton County, Indiana KM. CHANCE; Attorney 101-107-113 WANTED—Riders to Kokomo. 84:30 or 5:00. Call OS 5-4765. C -108 NOTIt'K OV ADXIMSTKATIUN In.the Circuit Court of Tipton County, Indiana. Notice is hereby given that Chester .Mitchell was on the 20th day of January 1H62, appointed: Administrator of the estate of Lura SI. McKay, deceased. 'All persons hnviiiR 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 barred. Dated at Tipton, Indiana, this 20th day of Januarv, 1H62. PAUL H. JONES, Clerk of the Circuit Court for Tipton County, Indiana KM. CHANCE; Attorney 101-107-113 PUPPIES - $4.00 EACH WANTED: Litter mate PUPPIES 3 to 6 months old; 2 or more to the litter; weighing at least 10 pounds each, or over. Must be healthy. State number and age of puppies when writing for delivery date. PITMAN-MOORE COV PANY Biological Laboratories. Zionsvile, Indiana. C-Mon-tf. NOTIt'K OV ADXIMSTKATIUN In.the Circuit Court of Tipton County, Indiana. Notice is hereby given that Chester .Mitchell was on the 20th day of January 1H62, appointed: Administrator of the estate of Lura SI. McKay, deceased. 'All persons hnviiiR 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 barred. Dated at Tipton, Indiana, this 20th day of Januarv, 1H62. PAUL H. JONES, Clerk of the Circuit Court for Tipton County, Indiana KM. CHANCE; Attorney 101-107-113 PUPPIES - $4.00 EACH WANTED: Litter mate PUPPIES 3 to 6 months old; 2 or more to the litter; weighing at least 10 pounds each, or over. Must be healthy. State number and age of puppies when writing for delivery date. PITMAN-MOORE COV PANY Biological Laboratories. Zionsvile, Indiana. C-Mon-tf. NOTICE OV ADMINISTRATION In the Circuit Court of Tipton County, Indiana. Notice is hereby given that Hary U. Inman was on tile 20, dav of January 1!|C2, appointed: Kxecutrix of the will of Elva W. TJlrich, deceased. All 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 barred. Dated at Tipton,. Indiana, this 20 day of January 1962. PAUL H. JONES. Clerk of the Circuit Court for Tipton County, Indiana HUTTO & P.EGNIER. Attorney 101-107-113 WANTED — Television and radio repairing, service calls. Antenna installation and repair. Parts -and service guaranteed. Ralph R. Beck, Phone OS 5-6782. • C-tf NOTICE OV ADMINISTRATION In the Circuit Court of Tipton County, Indiana. Notice is hereby given that Hary U. Inman was on tile 20, dav of January 1!|C2, appointed: Kxecutrix of the will of Elva W. TJlrich, deceased. All 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 barred. Dated at Tipton,. Indiana, this 20 day of January 1962. PAUL H. JONES. Clerk of the Circuit Court for Tipton County, Indiana HUTTO & P.EGNIER. Attorney 101-107-113 WANTED — Good country home for friendly male dog. Call OS 5 -2715 after 5:00. C103' NOTICE OV ADMINISTRATION In the Circuit Court of Tipton County, Indiana. Notice is hereby given that Hary U. Inman was on tile 20, dav of January 1!|C2, appointed: Kxecutrix of the will of Elva W. TJlrich, deceased. All 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 barred. Dated at Tipton,. Indiana, this 20 day of January 1962. PAUL H. JONES. Clerk of the Circuit Court for Tipton County, Indiana HUTTO & P.EGNIER. Attorney 101-107-113 WANTED — Sewing machine repair. We service all makes. Ph. or write Singer Sewing Center, i22 W. Walnut, Kokomo, Ind. C109 NOTICE OV ADMINISTRATION In the Circuit Court of Tipton County, Indiana. Notice is hereby given that Hary U. Inman was on tile 20, dav of January 1!|C2, appointed: Kxecutrix of the will of Elva W. TJlrich, deceased. All 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 barred. Dated at Tipton,. Indiana, this 20 day of January 1962. PAUL H. JONES. Clerk of the Circuit Court for Tipton County, Indiana HUTTO & P.EGNIER. Attorney 101-107-113 WANTED — Sewing machine repair. We service all makes. Ph. or write Singer Sewing Center, i22 W. Walnut, Kokomo, Ind. C109 NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION In the Circuit Court of Tipton County, Indiana. Notice is hereby Riven that Frank Recobs was on the 25th day of January, 1&62, appointed Administrator with the will anncxtd of the estate of Bertha A. Campbell, deceased. ' All persons having claims against paid real estate, whether or not now due, must file the sumo in said court within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Dated at Tipton, Indiana, this 26th day of January, 1S62. BOLTON, HOLMES & WATSON, Attorney. • . ' PAUL H. JONES, Clerk of tho Circuit Court for Tipton County,. Indiana. • . 101-107-113 WANTED — Upholstering. Carl Miller, 731 North Independence. Phone OS 5-4616. Ctf NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION In the Circuit Court of Tipton County, Indiana. Notice is hereby Riven that Frank Recobs was on the 25th day of January, 1&62, appointed Administrator with the will anncxtd of the estate of Bertha A. Campbell, deceased. ' All persons having claims against paid real estate, whether or not now due, must file the sumo in said court within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Dated at Tipton, Indiana, this 26th day of January, 1S62. BOLTON, HOLMES & WATSON, Attorney. • . ' PAUL H. JONES, Clerk of tho Circuit Court for Tipton County,. Indiana. • . 101-107-113 WANTED — Used pianos. Please give name, address and telephone number. Write. P.O. Box 1142, Muncie, Ind. C126 NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION In the Circuit Court of Tipton County, Indiana. Notice is hereby Riven that Frank Recobs was on the 25th day of January, 1&62, appointed Administrator with the will anncxtd of the estate of Bertha A. Campbell, deceased. ' All persons having claims against paid real estate, whether or not now due, must file the sumo in said court within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Dated at Tipton, Indiana, this 26th day of January, 1S62. BOLTON, HOLMES & WATSON, Attorney. • . ' PAUL H. JONES, Clerk of tho Circuit Court for Tipton County,. Indiana. • . 101-107-113 WANTED — Baby sitting, dn my home. 223 Fourth St. $10.00 week. J»-U0 NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION In the Circuit Court of Tipton County, Indiana. Notice is hereby Riven that Frank Recobs was on the 25th day of January, 1&62, appointed Administrator with the will anncxtd of the estate of Bertha A. Campbell, deceased. ' All persons having claims against paid real estate, whether or not now due, must file the sumo in said court within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Dated at Tipton, Indiana, this 26th day of January, 1S62. BOLTON, HOLMES & WATSON, Attorney. • . ' PAUL H. JONES, Clerk of tho Circuit Court for Tipton County,. Indiana. • . 101-107-113 WANTED—Sewing to do in home. Call 50 Atlanta. Pat Wilson. C107 NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION In the Circuit Court of Tipton County, Indiana. Notice is hereby Riven that Frank Recobs was on the 25th day of January, 1&62, appointed Administrator with the will anncxtd of the estate of Bertha A. Campbell, deceased. ' All persons having claims against paid real estate, whether or not now due, must file the sumo in said court within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Dated at Tipton, Indiana, this 26th day of January, 1S62. BOLTON, HOLMES & WATSON, Attorney. • . ' PAUL H. JONES, Clerk of tho Circuit Court for Tipton County,. Indiana. • . 101-107-113 WANTED—Sewing to do in home. Call 50 Atlanta. Pat Wilson. C107 IN MEMORIAM In memory.of Addle,Long, who passed away, : Feb.vs, 1958. Years have passed since that sad day, ••' •. , When our loving Mother was called away, Gqd took her home, it was His. • .w2L r".- '•" Witto ^>ur bearte she uveth still. Sadly .missed by , •. Cbjldren and Grandchildren WANTED—Power saw work. 521 North East. OS 5-2348. C-112 IN MEMORIAM In memory.of Addle,Long, who passed away, : Feb.vs, 1958. Years have passed since that sad day, ••' •. , When our loving Mother was called away, Gqd took her home, it was His. • .w2L r".- '•" Witto ^>ur bearte she uveth still. Sadly .missed by , •. Cbjldren and Grandchildren IttVICES IN MEMORIAM In memory.of Addle,Long, who passed away, : Feb.vs, 1958. Years have passed since that sad day, ••' •. , When our loving Mother was called away, Gqd took her home, it was His. • .w2L r".- '•" Witto ^>ur bearte she uveth still. Sadly .missed by , •. Cbjldren and Grandchildren SEPTIC - TANKS, toilet vaults vac­ cina, cleaned. Sewer and base> tnent drains cleaned with electric cutting knives. Phone Elwood FL 2-2684. David Sewer Cleaners. C-tf IN MEMORIAM In memory.of Addle,Long, who passed away, : Feb.vs, 1958. Years have passed since that sad day, ••' •. , When our loving Mother was called away, Gqd took her home, it was His. • .w2L r".- '•" Witto ^>ur bearte she uveth still. Sadly .missed by , •. Cbjldren and Grandchildren Public Discipline Breaking Down In Red China By HENRY KEYS United Press International WASHINGTON (UPI)—The old men are spitting in the streets of China again! ' This might not appear to mean much as an indication of hunger and nutritional starvation in Communist China. But to experts here in the Far East it is a significant indication of the breakdown in harsh public disciplines once imposed by China's Communist rulers. They attribute this breakdown to the regime's frank recognition that such iron discipline in large part has been responsible for Communist China's failure to. feed itself.- China's food situation is more desperate now than it has been in years. A U.S. agricultural mission has reported that China's millions are now down to an average daily diet of 1,950 calories— 350 calories below minimum needs. In Fourth Year This is China's fourth year of acute food shortages. What this has meant for the masses of China is difficult to convey. Each winter there have been reports of food deficiency and diseases.. Hungry peasants have been pictured as stripping the bark and leaves from, trees for food. Communist China at one time hoped to export farm produce to obtain capital for industrial expansion. The Peiping regime even depressed the standard of living of its people in its desperate efforts to succeed. The result, experts said, was tragedy on a massive scale, due entirely to mismanagement. The regime decided to-ignore ordinary economic laws, risking "everything on whipping up a great "forward movement" which would sweep aside all difficulties. Swept away were the collective farms. .They were welded into huge units, or communes, which were intended to'become social, military and industrial units. Realize Mistakes In 1959 — the second y e a r of the communes — the regime woke up to what was happening. China was . in serious trouble. Chinese leaders downgraded the statistics. In 1960 only one set of statistics was published — those relating to steel. The regime attributed the failure of China's crops to lack of good weather. But U.S. experts do not accept this. * In its 1961 year book,: the World Health Organization cited the Far East as the most encouraging area in the world agriculturally because production generally had risen. In Communist China, in the same general area, the crop fail­ ures'were enormous. Meantime, China's Communist leaders- began chipping away at the communes, until today they exist only on paper. They have gone back to the collective farm. The farmer is paid' largely in cash. Some of his land is being returned. He is encouraged to raise his own ducks and pigs, all forbidden under the commune system. With the relaxation of discipline in the communes has come a breakdown in disciplines that once governed public behavior generally. The old men spit in the streets as only Chinese peasants know how to cough and spit, unrepri- ••••••••• • Minnnni • r .-'HAMBURGERS BUNS MIRACLI WHIP :...AIVV0UNIIDFOX: :tlTTIR*UNW1CHIS; Viet Nam Is Question Mark By MERTON D. PERRY United Prest International SAIGON (UPI) — The United States has staked more than $2 billion on the belief that given time and patient help a militarily and economically strong South Viet Nam can become a democratic bulwark against advancing communism. It is a race against time for the shadowy Communist Viet Cong rebels operate almost at the outskirts of Saigon, the capital, and admittedly control a score of other areas inside the country, from the Mekong Delta in the south to the mountains bordering Cambodia and Laos in the: north. j And, aided by overland supply routes stretching back to Communist China, their numbers are growing. i In South Viet Nam, the United States is supporting chain - smoking President Ngo Dinh Diem. Diem rules with an iron hand and has been described as a man who hates Communists, loves Viet Nam and thrives on power. j The loss of South Viet Nam would open the door to Communist take-over of the whole Indo- Chinese peninsula, including Laos and Cambodia and pose a serious threat to Thailand. j It would weaken Western -defenses for the whole of Asia, ranging from Korea, to Nationalist China and the Philippines. • This is the reason the United States has undertaken a vast, new crash program of increased aid to' Diem's hard-pressed regime. ' Every man, woman and child li"ing south Of the 175th parallel which divides this country from Communist North Viet Nam will be affected by the new measures. Village - level administrations, faral health and education' programs and village communications systems will be improved. manded where once they would have been lectured by officious Communist youths. Beggars are abroad once more. Thieving is again rife. I New toads, an expansion of the agricultural credit system, pest and insect control, public works projects and increased industrial development are also provided for In the grass roots plan. Coupled with this is a vastly greater military buildup aimed at assuring the success of the economic measures. American military hardware and personnel can now be seen in every facet. of Diem's defense structure. Troop carrying U.S. helicopters, piloted by American G.I.'s, are hying missions almost every day. They transport Vietnamese rangers and paratroopers into battles against the' ghostly Communist terrorists, known here as the "Viet Cong." J Guerrilla warfare experts and Technicians are working- w i t h Diem's troops in all phases of counter insurgency. 1 One such American, SP-4 James T. Davis, Livingston, Tenn., was killed Dec. 2j3, when Viet Cong - guerrillas blew up a truck in which he was aiding. Air power is being strengthened ind coupled with this, air bases re being . modernized and enlarged. One contract albne t which ill call for, work on at jeast three air strips and two power stations will cost the American government $36 million., The number of U.S. military personnel in South Viet Nam at present is estimated to be 3,000. "'his will be increased isubstantial- y, although the U.S. plam still loesn't call for the commitment f actual combat troops. 1 ; The key question at the moment is whether the new U.S. assist- Jance program. will do what it's designed to do, provide a higher standard of living and security for the people so they'll rally behind Diem in a common effort against.the Viet Cong. I Diem, 61, has thus far had little success in enlisting popular support. But the U.S. ambassador, Frederick E. Nolting Jr., now has Diem's assurance that he will allow the United States to help him improve the organizational efficiency of the government. Diem has came in. for. .much personal criticism, both official and unofficial, ranging from- accusations that he's undemocratic to charges of incompetence. But the alternatives the United States has South Viet Nam are somewhat limited. As one high-ranking American put it: ,'• '"; VWe. can't remake this place". Diem himself realizes the shortcomings of his- government, and he knows he needs U .S. support. He also knows that much of the money "the. United States has spent in South Viet Nam has not been used wisely. But. most important,- Diem knows that time is running out on him. -This war is about to enter its eighth year and the situation is rapidly deteriorating. . (From one end of the rich, green country to.the other, from the rice:-rich Mekong Delta to the wealth of the rubber plantations in the heavily - forested central plateau, Communist guerrillas are increasing their strength. Casualties on both sides are mounting at an alarming rate but especially on Diem's side, be.- cause his troops are becoming more aggressive. "You always lose more men when you're t on the offensive," a military observer said. "But that 's .the only damn way to win a. war." The self-defense (xjllage level) forces, which number 52,000, are currently taking the hardest beating. They have daily contact with the.Viet Cong. They are the weakest of Diem's forces. . Civil (national) guardsmen, about 68,000 of them,, suffer the next' highest casualties.' But they are -becoming tougher now and are better trained and equipped with 'better weapons, and can fight back more effectively. . Diem's regular army, numbering 170,000, is slowly being re. trained by American' military advisers. The army Is now at a I stage where it usually wins when it encounters the Viet Cong. But the trouble is getting the Communists to stand and fight. The whole pattern of Communist strategy is based on the hit- and-run, strike-by-night tactics of •North Viet Nam's army commander, Gen. Vo Nguyen Giap, the man who defeated the French army at Dien Bien Phu. iFrom that framework has grown the force now known as the Viet Cong. Present strength is estimated at 20,000 regular soldiers, plus as many as 10-30,000 more guerrillas who come under the heading of regional fighters. That at best is only an educated guess, according to military sources, but it is based on Communist units known to be operating in the South. The strength of every unit is not known.- A map in the psychological warfare "war room" shows that Viet Cong guerrillas control more than 20 different areas in South Viet Nam. The areas of Viet Cong control are scattered from the 17th parallel to the ' tip of • the peninsula, many of them along the Laos and Cambodian borders. The rugged, jungle trails -along those borders provide the Viet Cong transportation routes, and bases they have established provide them refuge. They can move, out, hit one' of Diem's outposts and dart ba"ck into one of their controlled areas where they are relatively safe. Giap and Ho Chi Minh, North Viet Nam's Communist ruler, organized the resistance army that defeated the French after 'eight costly years of fighting. When Viet Nam was partitioned at' the. 1954 Geneva conference; the. Communists moved north, above the 17th parallel. But they had no intention of settling for only half a country. • They left behind trained cadres and- guerrilla warfare specialists to indoctrinate and build an army which would ultimately take over the south; There should be signs of improvement, during the early' months of 1962, an American official told UPI. . "We hope the deterioration will tie halted and the tide will turn against the Communists, he said. What if the new U.S. program to support Diem fails? % "That's something that can't even be discussed," the official said. "That would- pose a vast new problem ' to' us (the United States) and it's something I shudder to think about." •For Diem, defeat would be the end. There is every reason to believe he would rather die than be conquered by the Communists. As a Roman Catholic, Diem is rigidly anti-Communist. He is' also highly nationalistic. There will be no standoff because the Communists won't allow it. Their goal, elaborately outlined in a recent "White Paper" issued by the United 'States government, is ultimate victory over the- non-Communist (southern) half of Viet Nam. HIGGINS HOME Licensed Nursing for the Aged, Invalid and. Convalescent Tipton. Indiana So. of Hospital ~y. Mile OS 5-4610

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