The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on March 8, 1962 · Page 5
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THURS., MARCH 8, 19G2 -THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE" Classified Rates 1 insertion . . 3c per 2 insertions 5c par word 3 insertions 6c par wort 4 insertions 8c par word 5 insertions 9c per wore 6 insertions 10c per word Memoriam 10c per lint Black Face Local ... 15c per lino CARD OF THANKS — $1.00 FOR CONSECUTIVE INSERTIONS Thesb charges are at a reduced cash rate and app'y if th« ad is paid within 10 days aftei \ae final insertion. . Special service charge of 25c will be added after the 10 day period. Call OSborne 5-2115 before 10:0P" a.m. for insertion same daily. Cancellation until 10:00 a.m. deadline. (RATES QUOTED . day except Saturday 9 a.m ARE LOCAL' NECCHI AUTOMATIC Competety automatic for just $48.16 baalnce due. Eight payments of $6.02 monthly. Everything built right into this fantastic Necchi au tomatic machine. Call OS 5-6062. C-tf FOR SALE — Used housetrailer, 40 x 8. Good condition, with new furnace. Call OS 5-4476. P-136 FOR SALE - REAL ESTATE "OK "SALE 4 bedroom home, VA belli, with garage attached. Will sell on contract. Easy terms. Phone OS 5-G778. P-134 "Stewart's Hampshire Hog Sale. Monday Mar. 19th 1 p.m. 60 Boars and 200 open ilts. Feed conversion, carcass measurements and backf at probe .on each litter. One of the very top offerings to be sold this spring. Catalog on request." L. L. AND MANFORD STEWART R. R. 4 Frankfort, Ind. FOR SALE—Modern 6 room house with hardwood floors and gas heat. 216 South Conde. P-148 rOR REAL ESTATE — Consult JOL ROSS or JOHN E BARRUM Cti 'EE LEWIS D. HARPER for Real Estate Sale and Listing. Insurance Loans. Phone OS 5-6060 and OS 5-6139, 121 South Independence or see Albert McCord, Ph. OS 5-4063. Ctf FOR SALE ORDER — Check-R-Chicks. Anderson Hatchery. Noblesviile PR 8-22S4. We halLh them. C-143 FOR SALE One owner — new car trade ins. Used cars, convertibles, station wagons, trucks. We also trade down. Large selection to choose from. Don Ross Motors, 120 io West. Phone OS 5-4941. Uf Station Wagons, Used Cars, Baxter Motor Sales. 120 South Independence. Ctf FOR SALE — Quality used cars. THROG.MARTIN AUTO SALES, 704 W. Jefferson St. Ctf TOR SALE — Good, used reconditioned T-Vs. $29.50 and up. Tices. Of FOR SALE—Kool-Vent Awnings' Slornv Doors and windows, Aluminum siding. A. J. Butz, Oli 5-2646. C-tf Good Used Cars Better Quality Lower Prices Best Trades Buy of The Week ~959Fo7d2Dr. Stick Shift R & H 27,000 Miles - Local Owned $1095.00 Throgmartin Auto Sales Quality Used Cars 704 W. Jefferson St. Phone OS 5-2720 FOR. SALE — 300 bales mixed • brome clover; and alfalfa-"hay. - No rain. OS 5-6012. Frank Letsinger. . P-135 FOR SALE — Maytag wringer- type washer. Excellent condition. Phone OS 5-4927. Price $20.00. P-135 Hy-Line 934 H makes outstanding records in -combined summary of U-S-D.A. reports on all Random Sample Tests completed in 1961. Income over feed and chick cost S3.12 per bird Eggs per hen housed _ 244 Livability in growing period 97.4-: A Livazility in laying period 93.7^ Pounds of feed per dozen eggs t . 4.07 pounds Compare these with your present flock. If eggs are your business, make Hy- Line your chick. ^ Hy - Line Chicks 201 North Main Street Tipton, Indiana Phone OS 5-2141 FOR SALE or TRADE — 1957 Buick, good condition, new paint. Ernest Purvis. P-143 FOR SALE — 1955 Dodge Coronet automatic transmission, $300. 228 South Main. P-134 FOR SALE — 1000 bales mixed 2 year old hay. 60 lb. siring bale. OS 5-6788. C-135 BEAUTTFUL NEW AND USED Spinet pianos and organ for sale. Mrs. Ted Sharp. Phone OS 5-6263 P-139 SEWING MACHINE Responsible party to take over 7 final payments of $5.16 each on 1961 zig zag cabinet model. Makes buttonholes, sews on buttons, blind hems. Guaranteed. Call OS 5-6062. C-tf FOR SALE — 1355 International truck. Phone OS 5-4098. P-136 FOR SALE — 8 piece dining room suite, China cabinet, separate or with suite. Howard Hobbs, 330 Columbia Avenue, Tipton. C-134. FOR SALE — 3 speed massage lounge, Electrux floor polisher, one lot windows and storm sash. Reasonable. A. J. Bear, 225 Mill Street. P-136 BUY A NEW CONSOLE SEWING MACHINE at this special low, low price of only 579.50. $7.50 down and $5.13 per montti. It darns, mends; monograms, sews over pins, forward and reverse stitch, yes, all at this low price $79.50. Free home demonstration. SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. 122 W. Walnut St. Kokomo, Ind. GL9-41M HaP WANTED HELP WANTED—Part time. Sun. day motor route. Indianapolis Newspapers, Ins. Contact William R. Whitaker. 232 South West, OS 5-7351. P-134 FOR SALE — 1948 Chevrolet coupe. Tony Corlew. Allen Shell. P -138 SALESMEN LIVESTOCK FOR SALE — Registered Wesex saddleback boars. Vaccinated, tested and service age.'' Pnone 963-5955 or see Joe Adams, RR 3, Tipton. C-137 FOR SALE — Black Angus bull, Yearling. Rea Sinimonds. Phone BE YOUR OWN BOSS. Earn more selling Rawleigtt Products —evxeybody knows and likes •them. Work part time at start See for yourself. Vacancy in Tipton. Write Rawleigh, Dept. INC- 380-16, Freeport, Illinois. P-Thure. i2Wi0-;52 <USE -YOUR SPARE TIME TO'IN- crease your weekly earnings $25 •$50 or more in Tipton. No investment but car needed. For information write Rawleigh, Dept. INC-380-326, Freeport, Illinois. WANTED WANTED — Upholstering. Cud Miller, 7S1 North Jndepe&dence. Phone OS '5-4616. ; Ctf WANTED - Used pianos, Please give name, address and . telephone number. Write P.O. Box 1142. Muncie, Ind. C-154 LOST AND FOUND LOST— Gruen ladies wrist watch in or near Marsh's. OS 5-4041. C-135 BACKSTATRS^TO THE MISCELLANEOUS WANTED — Nice home for indooi house cat. Nice pet. OS 5-4320. P-136. M3VICES KEYS MADE, head lights adjusted. Ebert. Sinclair Service. Phone 5-7125. C-Thurs.-iFri.-Sat.-tf Special Offer Service on any make sewing machine, in your home for only $1.95. Phone or write GL 9-4184. SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. 122 W. Walnut St. Kokomo, Ind. $35 REWARD if you can show us a broadcoverage auto policy with a premium lower ithan ours. Tipton County Business Service. OS 5-4696, 125-North Main. C-tf. LEGAL NOTICES WANTED _ Television and radio repairing, service calls. Antenna installation and repair. Parts and service guaranteed. Ralph R Beck, Phone OS 5-6782. C-tf GENERATORS AND STARTERS rebuilt, complete brake service. Ebert Sinclair Service. Phone OS 5-7125. 720 East Jefferson. Ctf SEPTIC - TANKS, toilet vaults vac- cum cleaned. Sewer and basement drains cleaned with electric cutting knives. Phone Elwood FE 2-2684. David Sewer Cleaners. C-tf MIMEOGRAPHING. — Marjean Haley. OS 5-2443 or OS 5-4052. C-146 WANTED TO RENT WANTED to ten* or buy. Modern house in country. Prefer it not to be over 3 miles out. Write Box "C" care Tipton Tribune. ' . P-tf FOR RENT FOR RENT — Clean unfurnished apartment. OS 5-6283. C-136 FOR RENT — Unfurnished apart- ent. Close in. Call after 4:00 OS 5-6554. 1 C-137 FOR RENT or SALE on CONTRACT, in Atlanta, 2 bedroom modern,' Venetian blinds, drapes and carpets, large garage. Ph. 154, Atlanta. C-134 i. FOR RENT — 2 room downstairs furnished apartment. Lora Bozell, 136 North Conde. C-136 FOR RENT — Five room house. Phone OS 5-6553 after 5 p.m. C-134 FOR RENT — 2 bedroom modern duplex. Stove and refrigerator furnished. Gas heat, 2 private entrances. Phone OS 5-2613. P-134 FOR RENT — Downstairs apartment, corner of Main and North. Well finished. Convenient. Phone OS 5-4110. • C -tf FOR RENT — Modern 4 room upstairs apartment. OS 5-4419. Ctf FOR RENT—Semi-modern 6 room close to Tipton. Write Box W, care Tribune. Ptf FOR RENT — South side of modern double, 22S So. West St * Three rooms—newly decorated- gas heat. Mayme Reed, Phone OS 5-2115. —tf. FOR RENT — 4 rooms and bath. ' Close in, back porch, heat furnished, 223 Ash Street. OS 54127. Ctf. . . rNOTICK, TO lilDUEKS Rotitfe Is hereby given thai at 7:30 P.M. < K.S.T.J oa \iarcii iz, 1H62, in tliu City Court Koom in Tipton, Indiana, the Common Council will receive bias for and on behalf of the Tipton Utility Service Board for the mrnishine of the following equipment xoTje used by the electric utility: l^i-NE CONSTRUCTION TRUCK — U.V.W. 23000 Libe. JMitsine VS. SOU cu. in. (minimum); Tilt Cab; Wheelbase 145" or 1SS"; Otu-Axie dim. IIS" or 126"; 30 Ballon Baa. tank; frame mounted; 2 Western Mirrors;"- power steering; Turn Signals on truck, only, wicn switch in cau; Deluxe fresh air heater and defroster system; oil pressure and ampmeter gauges on dash; 60 amp alternator type generator; 70 amp. hr. battery; reinforced truck i.-ajne - double frame; heavy duty front and rear springs ; 7000 lbs. front axle, 16000 lbs rear axle; 5 speed transmission, 5th direct; Z speed rear axle; tires ' J :00 x 20 - 10 ply - rear -tires mud and snow. LINE TRUCK BODY uelphi Storage King Electric Line Construction Body, Print No. 1342 (or equal) complete specifications for body and additional equipment available from the Clerk-Treasurer or Utility Engineer. ±i VD«AUL,1C DERRICK, DIGGER, AND WINCH R.M-300 Tcl-E-Lect Model (or equal) Willi mast mounted S000 lb. winch, dual hydraulic system for. derrick, out- riKger, auxiliary power, tools, winch and digger, complete ttpeclficatfons available from Clerk-Treasurer or Utility Engineer. All bids must be accompanied by a non-collusion affidavit and bid bond or certified check in'an amount equal to 10% of the bid. The City "of Tipton reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Vary A. Ramsay, Clerk-Treasurer. City of Tipton, Indiana. 128-134 LEU A I, NOTICE OF l 'L'ULIC IIEAK1XII Public Service Commission of Indiana Docket No. 20520. In the matter of the petition of the Slonrovia Telephone Corporation for authority to (1) Borrow the aggregate sum of $526,000 (2) Issue *52(i,000 aggregate principal amount or mortgage notes to evidence such borrowing (3) Mortgage, substantially all of its assets to secure such borrowing •(•I) Render extended area service be-, tween Its Monrovia Exchange area and the Mooresville and Martinsville Exchange areas (5) Issue and sell 220 shares of its common capital stock and (fi) Increase its rates and charts upon the establishment of the proposed extended area service. Notice Is hereby given that the Public Service Commission of Indiana will conduct public .hearing In tills cause in the Rooms of the Commission, 90? State Office Building. Indianapolis, Ind., af 9:00 A.M. CST, which is Id:«0 A.M., EST, on Tuesday, April 17. 1062. Public participation is requested. PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF INDIANA, By Allan Rachles. Secretary. Indianapolis, Indiana, March 5, 1962. C-134 IN MEMORIAM In loving remembrance of Dee Cole, who passed away 4 years ago today, March 8, 1958. Sadly missed by his wife and family. TOO MANY TICKETS ST.. MARY'S, Ont. (UPD-Po- lice Chief John Western has been fired for handing out too. many parking tickets. The Town Council fired the" chief Tuesday because they decided his ticket writing prowess was driving too many shoppers to other communities, BEST DEFENSE KNOWLLE, Term. (UPI)—An armed man fled empty-handed and in panic from the Bank of KnoxvHlc Tuesday when Mrs. Carol Clowers and another woman teller began screaming at his holdup attempt. "That's the best defense you can have," said bank executive vice president Frank Venable. NOTICE Shorty Howard's barber shop will fce open Thursday, March 8th. 423% W. Madison. P-135 Anniversary Special To help celebrate 20 years in Beauty Business, March 30th, we are offering FREE [ COLOR CREAM R4NSES CREAM RINSES FOR 2 FULL WEEKS -' Shampoo & Set $1.25 Hair Set $1.00 Permanent Wave: 20c a curl to $12.50 AU-Modern and Air Conditioned Dryers Call OS 5-7334 Now for; Appointment MARGIE'S BEAUTY SHOP 20 Years Licensed Operator • 1 Mile South & ltt ttties East By MIRRtMAN SMITH UPI Whit* Hoosa Reporter WASHINGTON (UFI) — Backstairs at the White House; When James J, Rowley, chief of the U.S. Secret Service, testified recently before the House Appropriations subcommittee, he took along' quite a shopping list for the upcoming fiscal year. Among' other things, Rowley asked for an increase of 58 agents and to put them into business, his shopping list included: SB revolvers at $58 each (a slight discount'for Uncle Sam). 58 badges at $10 each. 58 briefcases at $12 each. 58 pair handcuffs at $8 each. Thus we have the picture of the complete.detective; gun, badge, handcuffs—and briefcase. It is, not true, however, that Secret Service men carry then- briefcases when trailing suspected counterfeiters or protecting President Kennedy. The briefcases are for occasional sandwiches, spare shirts* and the voluminous reports a federal agent must prepare on his activities. -Rowley's-list neglected to mention the tiny little notebooks every agent has on his person at all times, particularly men assigned to protection of a President. They keep a detailed log of their activities as they relate to those of the Chief Executive. These logs figure in massive reports which are compiled and sent to Secret Service headquarters in the Treasury on every. ; movement made by a President. In fact, there's a sure-fire way of spotting an agent in a planeload-of people accompanying the President on a trip. At the instant of takeoff and landing, the agent .whips out his notebook and jots down the time. Aside from the new agents and their equipment, Rowley also asked Congress for other tools with ^hich to protect'the currency, the President and his family. His list included 41 new cars costing a total of $79,950 plus 23 short­ wave car radios, at $450 each; 10 dictaphones at $850 apiece; three lie detectors . at $1,500 each STARTER GENERATOR SERVICE Cole's Service General Auto Repair 24 Hr. Wrecker Day OS 5-4075 Night OS 5-4025 and 14 Polaroid cameras. There are currently three shifts of agents assigned : to." the White House for protection of the President, plus a smalTunit of men who divide their duties between protection of Mrs. Kennedy, Caroline and John, Jr. As the children grow older; and particularly when Caroline starts to school outside the White House, this will entail even more manpower. . Rowley would like to see a fourth shift added to the White House unit. These added men would be assigned primarily to advance work in connection with presidential trips and not the day- to-day schedule at the White House. V \ Currently this highly important advance inspection and planning must be done'by men already stationed in the field or by borrowing agents from the. three shifts on duty around the clock at the White House. GET PUBLIC ASSISTANCE WASHINGTON (UPlI) — Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare Abraham Ribicoff said Monday he has ordered that paroled mental patients be eligible for public. assistance. Ribicoff said it would help them to "live in normal or near normal surroundings, in a familiar neighborhood, close to family and friends." EDEN TO GET CHECKUP BOSTON (UPI)—Former British Prime Minister Anthony Eden was due here late today to undergo .what was described as a routine physical checkup. An tide to Dr. Richard B. Cattell, a surgeon who treated Eden in 1953 and operated on him in 1957, said he was returning from a vacation in the British West Indies and decided to have a checkup. * Ford Service Specialists STEW HAINES GARAGE Stew Haines - Phil Burk Complete Auto v Service On All Makes Front End Alignment. Wheel Balance Phone OS 5-4500 New Modern Shop 614 E. North Tipton By The Rev. William Workman Canon Precantor ^Washington.Cathedral. - Episcopal Written for UPI • "And he said unto them; come ye apart into a desert place, and rest awhile: For there were so many coming and going, and they had no leisure so much as to eat." (St. Mark 6.31) Obviously the pressures of life were as strong then as now. Too much of life is spent racing along super highways, with infrequent chances to meander along winding, slower, scenic roads. Yet what beauties and joys we miss through our speed! There is a soul's hunger for ' quiet clam and peaceful reflection. Jesus's invitation is our challenge for Lent. Only as we make the effort to come apart — to that extent will we know the peace' of resting in him alone. Pascal once wrote, "I have discovered that all the unhappiness of men arises from one single fact, that they cannot stay quietly in their chambers." Is but inner condition so poor, out resources so exhausted; that we cannot bear to be quietly — —PAGE * alone? Possibly much of .our .activity" is a screen to hide the emptiness we recognize in solitude. Yet, in the apartness of the .soul {Jod can speak to.our troubled hearts. It need not be a pietistic curtsy, or r an added burden, to 'Crowded calendars, or an effort to be briefly holy. It can be through faith the moment of renewal, the refreshing of the springs which feed life, the opportunity for purpose and direction to be given anew. " "'But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they small mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not to weary; and they shall walk; and not faint." (Isaiah 40.31) TO BECOME EDITOR PHILADELPHIA (UPI) — Curtiss Anderson, managing editor of the Ladies Home Journal will become editor of the magazine on April 31. He will succeed Bruce and Beatrice Gould who are resigning—White table covers in floral design, 40 inches by 300 feet $4.35. TIPTON TRIBUNE. P-tf in perfect taste The Young's memorial service, regardless of the amount spent, is conducted with simple dignity and complete respect, {strict attention is given to individual religious beliefs and personal wishes to assure a service of lasting comfort and consolation. FUNERAL f. HOME TIPTON • Dial OS 5-4780 Price, spice and everything nice! Who ever thought a car that saves like this could have so much sizzle? Chevrolet engineers, that's who! liveliness and luxury for a low, low price were exactly; what they had in mind to begin with. And they began from scratch with a whole carload of ingenious new ideas designed to.give you more for your money. That spunky 6 with gas-sipping stinginess is just one example. Another:-a new unitized,Body by Fisher that's fit for a full-size family inside, easy to park outside. Still another: tough but gentle one-piece Mono-Plate rear springs that outdo many a bigger car for quiet comfort. Any wonder Chevy II won Car Life/ magazine's 1962 Engineering Excellence award hands down? (The wonder would be if you settled for anything less—once you get your hands on one at your Chevrolet dealer'sQ GhevuE Nova The sporty Chevy II Nova Convertible and uprightly i-Door Sedan See the new Chevy II at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's * , . * MOORE BROS. INC, A-' PHONE OS 54143

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