The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on March 24, 1962 · Page 5
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

Tipton, Indiana
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Saturday, March 24, 1962
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SAT., MARCH 24, 19G2 •THE TIPTON PAJLY TsUBQNB' BUy SELL TRADE RENT HIRE HELP Classified Rates 1 insertion . . 3c per ward 2 iiuertimx i 5c par word 3 insertions 6c per word 4 insertions 8c par word 5 insertions 9c per were 6 insertions 10c per wore' M»r.ioriem 10c per liiM Black Face Local ... 15c per lira CARD OF THANKS — 51.00 FOR CONSECUTIVE ' INSERTIONS Thes* charges are at a reduced cash rate and apply if th* ad is paid within 10 days aftet the final insertion. Special service charge of 25c •viit be added after the 10 day period. Call OSborne 5-2115 before 10:0? a .m. for insertion umi dai'.y. Cancelation until 10:00 icadlim. (RATES QUOTED day wcept Saturday 9 ARE LOCAL* a.m. a.m FOR SALE - REAL ESTATE *"OR SALE—Modern 6 room house with harawtad floors and gas neat. 216 South Conde. P-148 FOR REAL ESTATE & RENTALS Consult JOE ROSS or JOHN B. BARRUM. C-tf. 'EE LEWIS D. HARPER for Real Estate Sale and Listing. Insurance Loans. Phone OS 5-6060 and OS 5-6139, 121 South Indepen- derce or see Albert McCord, Ph. DS 5-4063. Ctf FuR SALE — Modern 2 bedroom home, hardwood floors, gas heat. Built-Ins, utility, fenced yi»rd. OS 5-6256. C-150 FOR SALE FOR SALE — Monarch electric range. Mrs. Chester Baird. Phone OS 5-7233. C-148 FOR SALE — 1960 Falcon 4^door ~tand. trans., like new. New tires. Bill Hubbard, OS 5-2726 after 6 p.m. P-148 1961 SINGER CABINET $43.26 total price. Beautiful walnut cabinet. Eight final payments of $5.41. Sews forward and reverse, darns, mends, appliques, quilts, round bobbin. Call OS 5-6062. C-tf. FOR SALE Old and antique bottles, dishes and numerous other articles. 515 N. Independence St. FOR SALE One owner — new car trade ins. Used can, convertibles, station •wagons, trucks. We alio trade down. Large selection to choose from. Don Ross Motors, 120 bo. West. Phone OS 5-4941. Uf Ltation Wagons, Used Cars, Baxter .Motor Sales. 120 South Independence. Ctf FOR SALE — Quality used cars. rHROGMARTIN . AUTO SALES, 704 IV. Jefferson St. Ctf ?DR iAT.K — Good, used recondu •;oned T-Vs. $29.50 and up. Tices. Cf FOR SAJJ£—Kool-Vent Awnings. Storm Doors and windows, Aluminum siding. A. J. Bute, 00 5-2C46. C-tf SPINET PIANO Tins is your golden opportunity to buy a piano at greatly reduced price. Small monthly payments. You must have A-l credit. Piano can be seen locally. Write: Credit Manager. Care L. K. Hamm Piano Company, 1023 Vincennes Street, New Albany, Indiana. C-152 FOR SALE — 1959 Oldsmobile all power. Ora Webb, Elwood, FE 2-7497. P-149 LIVESTOCK FOR SALE — Two Holstein heifers. Vi mile west of Curtisville. B. R. Rogers. C-150 FOR SALE—5 yearling Duroc boars. Phone Sharpsville, Robert ' Phares. C-tf. For Hy-Line day old chicks or. started pullets. Call: HY-LINE CHICKS, 201 North Main Street, Tipton, Indiana, OSborne 5-2141. | If Eggs are Your Business Make HY-LINE Your Chicks. HY-LINE CHICKS 201 North Main Street Tipton, Indiana Phone OS 5-2141 FOR SALE or LEASE — Nice selection of purebred open gilts for immediate lease! Will furnish boars. No cash outlay. All vaccinated. Send phone number or - direction to your house to Box "H," care of Tipton Tribune. P-149 FOR SALE NOW — GOO good and choice thin calves, wt. 350 to 550 : lbs. and 200 yearlings and Hol; steins, W. V. Palmer, Peru, Ini diana. C-152 TOR SALE — 4 sows, will farrow within week, 1 sow with 9 pigs. Jack Smith, 1 mile south of Tetersburg. C-148 HELP WANTED HELP WANTED — Certified welders, arc and heliarc, modern plant. Steady employment, equal opportunity employer. Curtis Automotive Devises, Inc. Westfield, Indiana. C-148 WANTED TO BUY WANTED — To buy fea'her beds> Send name and directions to Box F. care Tipton Tribune. P-168 WANTED WANTED — Good used 7 ft. disc. George Clark, Contact Prod. Credit Office, Tipton. P-150 WANTED — Paper cleaning. Wall washing. Mason. Phone OS 52369. P-154 WANTED—Fencing. Experienced. Charles Morrisett. OS 5-2348. C-154 WANTED TO BUY — Used pianos any type. Phone OS 5-4927 or write Arthur Frawley, 714 N. East St., Tipton, Ind. P-160 WANTED — Upholstering. Caxl Miller, 731 North Independence. Phone OS 5-4616. Ctf WANTED - Used pianos. Please give name, address and tele-: phone number. Write P.O. Box 1142. Muncie, Ind. C-154 WRECKER SERVICE Day OS 5-4549 NIGHT \ - c _ ,,,, iOLIDAY f OS 5 -0100 Service Motor Co. FOR RENT — Modem 4 room upstairs apartment OS 54419. Ctf FOR RENT — Viirf double house, 5 rooms, bath and utility room, fenced in backyard, gas heat OS 5-7243. C-tt. FOR RENT — 3 room, apartment, newly decorated, gas heat, water furnished. OS 5-4011. Call after 5:00. P-149 MISCELLANEOUS |35 REWARD if yon can show us a broadcoverage auto policy with a premium lower than ours. Tipton County Business Service. OS 5-4696, 125 North Main. C-tt. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE TO Il£lBS, LEGATEES AND CREDITORS Estate of Waller M. Seely, Deceased. No. 2412 in Tipton Circuit Court, January Term, 19(j2. Notice is hereby given that Gladys Blanche Seely as administratrix of said estate, has filed her account and vouchers in final settlement of said estate, and her petition praying the Court to allow said account and order distribution of said estate, and that the same will come up for hearing and action In said Court on the 12th day of April, 1962 at 9:00 A.M. in the court house in Tipton, Indiana, at which time all heirs, legatees and creditors of said estate are required to appear and show cause, if any there be, why said account and voucher.- should not be allowed, and distribution of the estate be made as prayed for in said petition; and all the heirs, devisees - and legatees of said decedent and said estate, and all others interested, are hereby required to appear at said time and place and make proof of their heirship or claim to any part of said estate. BAUL H. JONES, .Clerk Circuit Court, Tipton, Indiana. WILSON WHEATLEY, Attorney. 1-42-148 CARD OF THANKS . We wish to thank our friends, relatives and neighbors for the kindness, sympathy and beautiful floral tributes extended during the illness and at the death of our beloved husband and father, Mr. Ernest O. Richardson. We especially wish to thank Rev. Norval Lyon for his comforting services, Mrs. Carl Aldridge for" the beautiful music, all who acted as casket and flower bearers, The Windfall Masonic Lodge, The Doctors and nurses at the Hospital, and the Leatherman-Morris Funeral .Home for their kind and helpful services. Mrs. Mary Richardson.' Mr. and Mrs. Dale Richardson. Mr. and Mrs: Lloyd Bowers y Mr. and Mrs. -Milton Hughe*"** Mr. and Mrs. Dwlght Richardson SERVICES CARD OF THANKS The Board of Trustees of Tipton County Memorial Hospital wish to thank the donors, doctors, nurses, aides, office ^taff, maintenance crew, laundry workers, and any or all who have helped in giving the hospital a successful opera^ tion. Board of Trustees, Ralph Mc- 'Mullan, chairman. SEPTIC - TANKS, toilet vaults vac- cum cleaned. Sewer and basement drains cleaned with electric cu'ting knives. PhoneElwood FE 2-2684. David Sewer Cleaners. C-tf KEYS MADE, head lights adjusted. Ebert Sinclair Service. Phone 5-7125. C-Thurs.-iFri.-Sat.-tf PORTABLE WELDING SERVICE Tony Hancock, RR 3, Tipton. Phone Kempton WI 7-2210. P-175 WANTOD — Television and radio repairing, service calls. Antenna installation and repair. Parts and service guaranteed. Ralph £. 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 WANTED TO REM WANTED to rent 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 — Unfurnished apartment good location, new decoration, gas furnace, kitchen cabinets. Phone OS 5-4110. C-tf. FOR RENT —4 room apartment, gas heat. OS 5-2458^ • C-tf. FOR RENT — Unfurnished apartment. Close in. Call after 4:00. OS 54554. C-148 FOR RENT — One floor, 2 bedroom modern double. Conde St. Mrs. Floyd Ramsay. C-148 FOR RENT—Modem 4 room apartment. Heat furnished. 223 Ash St. OS 54127. C-tf. FOR RENT—Semi-modern 6 room close to Tipton. Write Box W, care Tribune. Ptf FOR RENT — South side of modern double, 228 So. West '"St ' Three rooms—newly deoorated— / gar heat Itajrme TtMdTPhoUe . 055:2115. -4L MRS. JUDKINS IN HOSPITAL Mrs. Mickie .(Landseadel) Judkins, of Indianapolis, has entered Tipton county hospital for observation and treatment. She is in room 217. CLUB TO BE ENTERTAINED Busy Bee club members will be entertained in the home of Mrs. George Cline at 2:30 p. m. Tuesday. EAST UNION CWF TO ELECT OFFICERS TUESDAY Officers, will be elected Tuesday when the general meeting of the Christian Women's Fellowship of East Union Christian church meets at the church at 7:30 p.m. THE ALMANAC By United Press International Today is Saturday,. March 24, Lthe 83rd day of the year with 282 to follow in 1962. The moon is approaching its last quarter. The morning star is Saturn. The evening star is Venus. On this day in history: In 1603, the crowns of England and .Scotland were joined under James VI of Scotland who began the new reign as James 1. In 1882, Prof. Robert Koch announced in Berlin his discofery of tuberculosis germs. In 1934, the United State's granted the Philippine Islands independence, effective July 4, 1946. In 1953, the dowager' Queen' Mary, 86-year-old grandmother of Queen (Elizabeth H,,died in[London. . Motor Tune-up Cole's Service General Auto Repair Day Phone OS 5-4075 Night Phone OS 5-4025 24 Hour Wrecjter T-Y PROGRAMS WISH-TV IS) Saturday, March 24, 1962 , 4:00 Aquanauts 5:00 Wrestling 6:00 yfedk. in sports .6:15 News-Weather 6:30 Two Faces West 7:00 Death Valley Pays » 7:30 Perry Mason 8:30 In Samarkand 9:00 Have Gun Will Travel 10:00 Gunsmoke 11:00 News-Weather 12:00 Late Show 11:15 Late Show Sunday, March 25,1962 9:00 Sacred Heart 9:15 Davy & Goliath 9:30 TV Church 10:00 Lamp Unto 10:30 LookUp 11:00 Camera 3 11:30 Brush Strokes 12:00 Scope 1:00 Rep. Bruce 1:15 Movie 2:30 Sports Spectaular 4:00 White House Tour 5:30 Ask Your Doctor 5:30 CoL Bowl 6:00 20th Century 6:30 Mr. Ed • • . 7:00 Lassie 7:30 Dennis the Menace . y 8:00 Sullivan 9:00 Theater 9:30 Jack Benny 10:00 Candid Camera 10:30 My Line 11:00 Sun. New/ 11:15 Late Show WFBM-TV (6) Saturday, March 24, 1962 4:00 Sports Showcase 4:30 Comedy Capers v 5:00 Francis Farmer 6:45 News 7:00 Keyhole (s) 7:30 Wells Fargo <c) 8:30 Tall Man 9:00 Saturday At the Movies 10:00 News; Weather 10:30 Best of Hollywood Sunday, March 25, 1962 7:00 Ind. University . 7:30 Answer 8:00 Country Show 5:00 A 9:00 Church of Christ 9:15^ America at Work ( 9:30 This is Life 10 00 We Believe 10:30 Faith Today 11:00 Pix on Six 11:30 House Defective 12:30 Abundant Life 1:00 Insight 1:30 Women's Bowling 3:00 NBC Opera 5:00 Town Hall 6:00 Wthr., News 6:15 Special Report- 6:30 Whiplash 7:00 Bullwinkle , 7:30 W. Disney . 8:30 Car 54 9:00 Real West (c) 10:00 White Paper 11:00 Final Report . 11:15 ' Movie WLW-TV03) Saturday, March 24, 1962 4:00 The Deputy 4:30 Pro Bowling (s) 6:00 Expedition 6:30 Hayride <c) 7:00 Funday Funnies 7:30 Calvin-Colonel 8:00 Room One More 8:30 Leave it to Beaver 9:00 Lawrence Welk 10:00 Fight of Week 11:00 News; Weather , 11:15 Scoreboard 11:30 By George Sunday, March 25, 1962 8:15 Five Min. 8:20 News-Wthr. 8:30 Christophers 9:00 Tabernacle 9:30 I. U. Show 10:00 Our World 10:30 Great Plains 11:00 Faith 11:30 Comment ' 12:00 Cross Exam 12:30 Telesports -1:00 -Behind .Your Policy 1:15 Intercity Bowling 2:30 Meet Prof. 3:00 Directions '62. 3:30 Editor's Choice 4:30 Champ Bridge 5:00 Wide World — Sports 6:30 40th Anniversary 7:30 Follow SUA 8:30 Lawman 9:00 Bus Stop THE LIGHTER SIDE By DICK WEST United Press International WASHINGTON (UPI)—A stimulating new development in our ever changing cultural life is the entry of supermarkets into the literary' field. I term this stimulating because in times past food stores have never been particularly noted for catering to our intellectual appetites. Drug: stores, of course,' have long been identified with the world of belles-lettres as purveyors of paperback books. But supermarkets generally have confined themselves to less esthetic items, such as corn Hakes. In recent months, however, a number of food stores in this area, and presumably in other places, have installed book counters somewhere between the detergents and the dried apricots. Disturbing Trend These make it possible for grocery shoppers to enrich their market baskets with copies of the latest best-sellers in hardback 10:00 Adventures in Paradise 11:00 News ' 11:15 Hong Kong 12:15 Cross Exam, 12:45 News WTTV-TV (4) Saturday, March 24, 1962 4:00 Social Security 4:15 Senators Report 4:30 iRamar 5:00 Overland Trail 6:00 Country Show 6:30 Wrestling 7:30 Vikings 8:00 Riverboat 9:00 T3.A. 10:00 Open End Sunday, March 25, 1962 12:00 Oral Roberts 12:30 Crossfire 1:30 People's Choice 2:00 Movie 4:00 Wire Serivce 5:00 Globel Zobel 5:30 Baptists • 6:00 Sea Hunt 6:30 Circus Boy. 7:00 Hot QuarfeV-MUe)^» 7 "" 7:30 Sheen • " ';. ' 8:00 Play of Week 10:00 Curtain Call 10:30 People's Choice 11:00 News Perspct. . 11:30 Sign Off editions at discount prices. The trend/ needless to say, is disturbing to book shop operators, who fear they may have to add a line of canned -peas in order to meet the competition. I got to thinking about the situation Tuesday as a Senae subcommittee renewed its-hearings on deceptive packaging and labeling practices in the food industry. - - . It occurred to me that books sold in supermarkets also might fall - within the "subcommittee's purview and that this could have a tremendous impact on the publishing business. Books as you know, are packaged in dust jackets, which are labeled, not only with the title and author's name but with finely honed blurbs extolling the contents. Might Examine Books The subcommittee, it seems to me, might want to examine some of these jackets to see whether they accurately reflect what's between the covers. Suppose, for example, that a new biography of 'Franklin Pierce were labeled as "compelling drama. . .subtle, enthralling, exciting." Would that, not be as misleading as, say, a caviar'label on a sardine can? RA1PH LEATHEBMAN About this question: "A dormitory fire at the college destroyed our ion's clothing,: .bookt/rtypewriter,- camera and 'sporting goods .'; .about $1000 worth. Does Our Residence and Contents fire policy cover his personal belongings away from, home?" Regular book stare patrons probably .recognize blurbs for what they are and are not likely to be fooled by overwrought adjectives. But the supermarket customers, whom the subcommittee is interested in protecting, may not be so knowledgeable. To argue that books are not subject to the food and drug law is to quibble over technicalities. Turgid prose can be harder to digest than stale bagles. Want Ads Pay -— ,—PAGE I SOUGHT IN SHOOTING JEFFERSONVILLE, Ind. (UPI) Patsy Yeager, 28, Clarksviile, was. sought today in connection with the love triangle shooting of a man police identified as her common- law husband. A warrant was issued here Thursday charging the woman with assault and battery with intent, to do bodily harm. Alfred Watson, 42, Jeffersonville, was reported in fair condition with wounds suffered in the Thursday morning shooting. Police said the shooting occurred when Miss Yeager saw Watson in a car with another woman. FALVEY'S FIRST DRAWING NEW SUIT CLUB MARCH 24th REGISTER NOW FALVEY'S PUBLIC SALE By virtue of -an order of the Tipton County Circuit .Court, the undersigned. Administrator of the Estate of Bertha A. Campbell, deceased, will sell at public auction the following personal property located at 215. E. Madison St./ Tipton, Indiana, on , Saturday, March 31,1962 BEGINNING AT 1:00 P.M. Town * Country Magic Mark upright deep freeze; 17" GE portable television; good 2 pc. living room suite; chrome breakfast table; rocking chair; coffee table; 2 pedestals; vanity bench; Admiral table radio; 3 tapestries; table lamps; desk & matching chair; overstuffed rocker; davenport bed; 2 dressing tables & bench;. 2 end tables; rollaway bed with mattress; wall mirror; single bed with box springs 4 mattress; 2 chest drawers; dressing table with chairs; hand carpet sweeper; chorme stool; kitchen cabinet; 2 piano stools; 2 electric fans; chest mixed silver; 2 old radios; 4 ft. step ladder; ironing board; 3 steamer trunks; suit case; old trunk; 3 lawn chairs; 2 willow rockers; rubber. mat; garden tools; chaise lounge; cooking utensils; dishes; and other articles. ANTIQUES: Drop leaf table with two drawers; rocking chair and some old books. TERMS: CASH. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS Frank Recobs, Administrator 223 AUCTIONEERS: JOE ROSS, Phone OS 5-6492, Tipton JOHN WIRE, Phone FE 2-5985, Elwood BOLTON, HOLMES & WATSON, Attorneys for Estate THIMBLE THEATER By ALEX RAYMOND RIP K1RBY BLONDIE by CHICK YOUNG

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