The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on March 30, 1962 · Page 5
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, March 30, 1962
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FRIDAY, JtfARCH 30,1962 -THETIPTON DAILY TBIBUNE" "FAGE S BOV SELL TRADE RENT HIRE HELP Classified Rates 1 insertion 3c per word 2 insertions 5c per word 3 insertions 6c per word 4 insertions 8c per word 5 insertions 9c per word 6 insertions 10c per word Memoriam _ 10c per line Black Face Local __15c per line 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 after the final insertion. Special service charge of 25c will be added after the 10 day period. Call OSborne 5-2115 before 10:00 a.m. for insertion same day, except Saturday 9 a.m., daily. Cancellation until 10:00 a.m. deadline. (RATES QUOTED ARE LOCAL) FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE FOR REAL ESTATE & RENTALS Consult JOE ROSS or JOHN B. BAR RUM. C-tf SEE 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. C-tf FOR SALE — Modern 2 bedroom nome, hardwood floors, gas heat. Built-Ins, utility, fenced yard. OS 5-6256. C-156 FOR SALE — Nice little 40 acres. Good barn, all modern house. 3 miles from town. Ollie Henry, WI 7-3152. Kemplon. P-155 FOR SALE FOR SALE -• Siegler oil space heater. Like new, ¥2 price. OS 52950. C-155 GLIDDEN PAINT SALE Spred Satin . . . $5.69 qal ; •'.eg. $6.69) Japalac Enamel $1.85 qt. (Reg. $2.85) Many Other Specials! TOLLE BROTHERS, INC TIPTON, IND. Ph. OS 5-4635 Tired of picking DOWN CORN? Plant Adler's disease resistant ' hybrids and get extra stalk rot and blight protection at no extra cost. Adler's Seeds, Sharpsville. Phone 963-2576. . C-155 Good Used Cars Better Quality Lower Prices Best Trades Buy oF The Week 1955 Chev. 2 Dr. H.T. C cyl. St! Stick R&H Just Overhauled $495.00 Throgmartin Auto Sales Quality Used Cars 704 W. Jefferson St. Phone OS 5-2720 FOR SALE — 1951 Minneapolis Moline tractor and four row cultivators; four-row corn planter; and two year old 4-14 John Deere breaking plow. Robert Achenbach, R 1, Atlanta. Phone 2-68. P-153 FOR SALE One owner — new car trade ins. Used ears, convertibles, station •wagons, trucks. We also trade down. Large selection to choose from. Don Ross Motors, 120 So. West. Phone OS 5^41. C-tf Station Wagons, Used Cars. Baxter Motor Sales, 120 South Independence. C-tf FOR SALE — Quality used cars. THROGMARTIN AUTO SALES, 704 W. Jefferson St. C-tf 'FOR SALE — 24 inch girls bicycle", hobby horse, large tricycle, diaper pail and sterilizer, 6 piece place setting gold dirlyje silverware. Call OS 5-4250. C-154 FOR SALE — '46 Ford truck, 513 Armstrong Street C-157 FOR SALE — Gas range $15.00. 126 Second St. C-155 FOR SALE Black Walnuts - English Walnuts. Any Tri Kappa Member or call OS 5-6948. FOR SALE — White Toy Poodle Puppy. OS 5-2443 after 5:00. C-155 FOR SALE — Good, used reconditioned T-Vs. $29.50 and up. Tice's C-tf. FOR SALE —Kool-Vent Awnings. Storm Doors and windows, Aluminum siding. A. J. Butz, OS 5-2646. C-tf. FOR SALE — Aluminum awning 6 x 22. OS 5-2634. C-155 FOR SALE — Hotpoint refrigerator. YU 4-2105. C-155 SPINET PIANO '— Reasonable. Mrs. Ted Sharp. OS 5-6263. C-156 FOR SALE, Small used articles. Open 9-5 Tues., Thurs., and Fri., 912 Sat. Laura Mullins LIVESTOCK AVAILABLE NOW — 475 caves of all wjeightis. 91 South Dakota steers weight 450-500 pounds. These calves are thin and the very best of quality. Thorne Cattle Co., .1 mile north of Marion on 9 and 37, Phone NOrth 2-7516. C-155 CHICKS Day Old. On order only. Order weeks in advance. McDonald's Hatchery and Hardware, Sheridan, Ind. C-Th.-<F-S-160 FOR SALE — 55 Chrysler Imperial 4 door. Excellent condition full power. Reasonable. Call OS 54247. C-Tue-Thur-iFri-153 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 Ynr Chicks. HY-LINE CHICKS 201 North Main Street Tipton, Indiana Phone OS 5-2141 MALE HELP WANTED WANTED — Farm Hand, married or single. Sharpsville 963-5876, Robert W. Cole. Tipton Route 1. P-154 HELP WANTED — Certified welders and heliarc. Modern plant. Steady employment, equal opportunity employer. Curtis Automotive Devices, Inc., Westfield, Indiana. C-155 HELP WANTED — Indianapolis Star Sunday motor route. $15.00 per week. Contact William Whitaker, OS 5-7351. C-154 SINGER ZIG-ZAG Full price $38.16. Responsible party to take over payments of $6.34 monthly. Guaranteed. Mekes buttonhole*, 5*nd 5 «8tctfeB, 'appli­ ques, inalcei-.' l bPtojtfi '3 designs,' sews oa butynns, etc., WiU aecepr| trade or di&biim for cash. Call OS 5-6062, •Mre.'Yeary. C-tf. WANTED SALESMEN OVER 40— Opening for 2 men In this area to join a large sales organization. Present men earning $10,000 per year. Opportunity for advancement. Write Tipton Tribune Box "K" stating personal history and experience. All replies confidential. C-153 WANTED — Farm hand expert-, enced in handling all farm equipment, raising and feeding hogs and cattle. Write 'Box "M," care Tribune. C-157 MAN NEEDED TO HELP with house cleaning. Call OS 5-4590. FEMALE HELP WANTED CONTACT Avon Manager if. you want work but can't give full time'. We have what you want. Write Ruth Teter, P.O. Box 53, Chesterfield, Irfflaoa!c-154 WANTED *4 Lady to babysit for t^.'Small children in my home, , 8 io 4:30 Monday - Friday. Mrs. Trudy Begnier, OS 5-2921. C-157. HELP WANTED — Young lady for bookkeeping and general office work. Give age and experience. Write Box "M," care Tribune. C-153 WANTED TO RENT WANTED TO RENT — Garage, vicinity of North West, North St., Conde and Walnut. OS 5-6929. P-153 WANTED TO BUY WANTED — To buy fea'her beds. Send name and directions to Box F. care Tipton Tribune. P-168 WANTED TO BUY FOR CASH— Bldg. lot preferably in Jeff School District. Lot with dwelling which might 'be razed OK if reasonable. Address reply Box "I", care Tipton Tribune, stating price desired and location. P-154 WANTED MIMEOGRAPHING — Marjean Haley. OS 5-2443 or OS 5-4052. C-178 WANTED — Paper cleaning. Wall washing. Mason. Phone OS 52369. » P -154 WANTED^Fencing. Experienced. Charles Mornsett. 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. Carl Miller, 731 North Independence. Phone OS 54616. Ctf WANTED - Used pianos. Please give name, address and telephone number. Write P.O. Box 1142. Muncie, Ind. C-154 WANTED—Fence building. Experienced. Call Tucker Maxey, OS 5-6308. C-155 SERVICES WRECKER SERVICE ' Day OS 5-4549 NIGHT \ — _ _ HOLIDAY j OS 5 -61 00 Service Motor Co. FOR RENT — South side of modern double, 228 So. West St Three rooms—newly decorated- gas heat llayme Reed, Phone OS 5-2115. —tL FOR RENT — 3 room apartment in Atlanta. Phone Atlanta 175. - P-158 'FOR RENT — 3 room apartment, heat and utilities furnished. Hardwood floors, 216 North Main. Ph OS 5-2546. C-155 FOR RENT — Modern 4 room upstairs apartment OS 5-4419. Ctf LOST AND FOUND LOST — Anyone who found or picked up 6 short strips of floral design draperies, please return to 323V4 W. Madison St. in trailer, OS 5-7355. P-153 MISCELLANEOUS $25 REWARD if you can show us a broadcoverage auto policy with a premium lower than ours. Tipton County Business Service. OS 5-4696, 125 North Main. C-tf. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE TO HEIRS. LEGATEES AND CKED1TOKS . Estate of Omer B. Murray, Debased, In Tipton Circuit Court, January Trim. 1062, No. .2447-. Notice is hereby given that JIaycel I. Cunningham as administratrix With \Vill Annexed of said estate, has filed her account and vouchers in final settlement of said estate, and her peti tinn prayine 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 Cdirt on the 13th day of April, 1962, »: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 vouchers should not be allowed, and distribution of the estate be made as prayed for insaid petition; and all the htirs, 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. PAUL H. JONES, Clerk Circuit Court. Tipton, Indiana. WILSON WHEATLEY, Attorney. 147-153 KEYS MADE, head lights adjust- 1 ed. Ebert Sinclair Service. Phone i 5-7125. . C-Thurs.-'Fri.-Sat.-tf 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 SERVICE • Tony Hancock, RR 3, Tipton. Phone Kempton WI 7-2210. P-175 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 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 —. One floor, two-bedroom modern double. Mrs. Floyd Ramsay. • C-157 <FOR RENT — Four room semi- modern house, ZYi miles south of Windfall. $55.00 mo. LY 5-3443. C-156 i : FOR RENT — 2 bedroom double, gas heat. Stove and refrigerator furnished. 1 block from town. 2 private entrances. Contact Jim Francis. P-153 FOR RENT — Unfurnished apartment. Close in. Call after 4:00. OS 5-6554. C-155 FOR RENT — $30.00 first floor 2 bedroom. OS 5-6283. P-154 FOR RENT — Unfurnished apartment good location, new decoration, gas furnace, kitchen cabinets. Phone OS 5-4110. Ctf. FOR RENT—Modem 4 room apartment. Heat furnished. 223 Ash ; St. OS 5-412T. • C-tf. $*OR RENT— Semi ^modern 6 room close to Tipton. Write Box W, care Tribune. Pit CONVENIENCE — Among the designs for convenience highlighting the Texas Fashion .Creators- Association spring showing in Dallas Is this one-piece sheath dress featuring permanent pleats that can be shortened with a snip of the-scissors and no hem-, ming. John Jennings, president of Brogan and Jennings, creators of the dress, demonstrates. The dress is made . of a woven synthetic crepe which "absolutely will not ravel when cut." SUSPECT QUESTIONED WABASH, Ind. (UPD—Author­ ities planned today to further question Dickie L. Martin, 21, LaFontaine, in connection with a $50,000 lumberyard fire at LaFontaine last Thursday night. Martin took a voluntary lie detector test Wednesday at Indianapolis but Bernard Sweeny, chief investigator for the state fire marshal, said the test was "inconclusive." ' Sweeny said Martin had admitted setting the fire accidentally while stealing ; gasoline from a truck. He said the -fire started when he lighted a cigarette. Martin denied any knowledge of other major fires in the LaFontaine area. A malicious trespass charge was filed against Martin earlier this week in Wabash Circuit Court. Sweeny said he and' Wabash County Prosecutor Robert Bostwick plan further questioning of Martin. ' SUBWAY SPECIAL' NEW YORK(iUPI)-New York Harbor's welcome fanfare—usually reserved' for new ocean liners and visiting dignitaries—today will herald.the arrival of 10 new subway- cars. Boat whistles and water-spout*: ing craft will salute the barge- borne cars on their voyage from Hoboken, NJ. to the Bronx. STOPS TO REST—Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy Is all smues and weariness as she goes into home of her sister and brother- in-law in London for a few days of rest following her India tour. That bobby looks a bit over-awed. - IRadiophoto) Religion In America By LOUIS CASSELS United Press International It currently is fashionable in some circles to say that we live in a /'post-Christian era." The phrase is intended to suggest that Christianity has become a waning influence in the modern world. Pessimists within the church, and skeptics outside it, can point to a good deal of evidence to support that thesis. One-third of the human race has fallen under the rule of atheistic communism. Islam and the Oriental religions, are resurgent in Africa and Asia. In the ancient Christian nations of Western Eu, rope, only. 10 to 15 per cent of the population attends church. Even in America, where church membership is at an all-time high, a widespread collapse -of moral standards indicates that genuine Christian commitment is the exception rather than the rule. These are sobering facts. But they aren't the whole picture, according to Prof. Kenneth Scott Latourette of Yale University. Dr. Latourette is widely regarded as the greatest living church historian. He is convinced that to call this a post-Christian era is to be "blind to history." "Just the opposite is true," he says. "If mankind is viewed as a whole, never has Christ been as great a force in the human scene as He is today." Writes In Magazine In an article published by the magazine, Christianity Today, Dr. Latourette points out that "there has never been a Christian era" in the sense of a time when a majority of mankind lived in conformity to the Christian faith. The Roman Empire and medieval Europe, he says, were never more than "superficially Christian." And they represented, of course, only a small fraction of the' world. Over vast areas of Asia and Africa, Christianity's foothold was ' infinitesimal until the' present century. Although Christians still constitute less than a ' third of the world's population, Dr. Latourette says,. "never has the Christian faith been as widely accepted as it is today." "Indeed, no other- religion has ever had as extensive a geographic spread as has Christianity in the 20th century." Also, he says, Christianity is "more deeply planted" in Asia and Africa now than it was during the fervent missionary era of the 19th century. "Until the last half-century, the churches among non-European peoples were , mostly dominated by Westerners. The anti-colonial surge of the past four decades might have been expected to have weakened these churches; but because of the inner vitality of the faith in land after land indigenous leadership has been emerging. Among some peoples, the faith continues to spread with little or no help from the churches of Europe and America." j Gives Other Reasons Dri Latourette lists three other reasons .for; his. conviction that '^Christ is having a wider effect upon mankind than ever before." 1. Communist persecution has failed to "erase" Christianity from a single. country. In Russia, churches are attracting young people Who have been indoctrinated with atheist propaganda since early childhood. Even in Red China, "the churches go. on, and baptisms of adults as well as children, are known to be taking place." 2. "New movements are appearing in the churches — proof of continuing vitality." He cites, for example, the liturgical movement in the Roman Catholic Church,' and the great upsurge of activity by laymen in Protestant communions. 3. Although still divided, Christians around the world are working and praying "as never before" for the . realization of Christ's prayer for unity among his. disciples. Dr. Latourette does not know when the world will enter a true "Christian era." But he is quite sure that the date lies not in the past, but sometime in the future. "Our faith is in God," he says. "He will not allow His word to fail in the mission to which He has sent it. In His own good time and His own way, not ours, He will accomplish the purpose which He has in Christ." GOP OPTIMISTIC WASHINGTON (UPI) — The Republican National Committee said Wednesday the GOP stands to "gain more than it will lose" from the Supreme Court's decision that voters, can sue for better representation. The <JOP publication, Battle- line, said that while the Republicans lost ground in many big cities in 1960, they carried many suburban areas which were the most under-represented in state legislatures. SEEK FAIR TRIALS WASHINGTON- (PI) — The Council of the Organization of American States (OAS) planned a special session today to consider a request that it seek to assure fair trials for invasion prisoners in Cuba. The request was made by Dominican (Foreign Minister Jose A. Bonilla Atiles..' He said - that' although the Castro regime had been ousted from the OAS, the BRAKE SERVICE Cole's Service General Auto Repair 24 Hour Wrecker Service ". : Day" 09 ^-4W5 ^ '•: NighTPS 5*025' :V T organization- should use its good offices to seek fair trials. DIPLOMAT SATISFIED WASHINGTON (PI)—An African diplomat who has been given a new assignment in (Prague said Wednesday he was satisfied that the United States was making progress against racial discrimination. Abdoulaye Maiga, Mali ambassador in Washington, said after a farewell call on President Kennedy that he found this country had "open mindedness and great frankness" about its problems. STRICTLY BUSINESS 1 man who needs no introduction — a man you all know — a man who ... who ... who's name is on the tip of my tongue!" A & W Drive In now open daily at 11 a.m. Try our quick service for lunch. C-160 By The Rt. Rev. C. AVER YMASON Episcopal Diocese of Dallas Written for UPI Each spring the period' of Lent and Easter reminds us of Christian hope. Lent is a time of purification, not only in the springtime of nature, . but in the hearts and minds of all people. Underneath the discipline of Lenten self-denial is the spirit of expectation and of hope. That expectation and that hope is fulfilled at Easter. Certainly the times in which we live call for the Christian spirit of hope. Despite the prophets of gloom and destruction - about us, despite the fact that they may be the end of our time-through the dropping of atomic bombs, Christians are still the messengers of hope. Our extinction on this earth will come quickly or gradually — really it doesn't matter, and death by bombs is no different than death through natural causes. One -may be more agonizing than the other, but to be dead isto' be dead. The hope of the Christian is in been sold, by materialists, "a bill of goods," that this life is all there is. The hope of the Christian himself is founded, not on the theory, but the fact of Christ's resurrection. That hope is predicated on the promises of the resurrected Christ. Therefore, we rejoice in this age of discovery and revelation as we read each bit of news which magnifies the wonderful world which God has created. Atomic energy,' radio, television, jet flying, psychology; medicine, psychiatry, et cetera, all reveal the wonderful works of God. Yet beyond this world lies another world in the realm of the spirit. Into the mysteries of this unseen world of the spirit, we are projected by prayer and sacrament. Our confidence. Our. trust is in the lordship of the risen Christ over this world and the next, and the hope that we shall see Him face to face. Take courage, my brethern, prepare for the great advehture of your life ^beyond time and space. the world's life as a whole is affected by this faith. When applied to the national responsibilities which the United States is carrying, a robust faith will produce unity and power. We must accept our share of the world's suffering in fellowship and love. Unity will, grow out of such attitudes. Concern for others who suffer will thus bring strength, and eventual _ oneness to the human family. Paradoxically, 4he - Lenten lessons for the individual produce on his part a greater degree of sympathy for others and a greater awareness of suffering by others. As Emil Brunner put it. "Suffering that .is of destiny unites us." LONG-TIME PENSIONER WESTGATE-OX-SEA. England (UPI) — Mary Harding began drawing her retirement pension in 1907 when illness forced her out of her post office job. Today — almost 3,000 pension weeks later — Mis? Harding at the age of 100 is still drawing her pension. General post office director general Sir Ronald German sent his congratulations. KATE UNDERGOES SURGERY NEW YORK (UPI) — Singer Kate Smith has undergone minor surgery at Doctors Hospital and is reported recovering. Her longtime manager and associate, Ted Collins, said the surgery was performed Tuesday. Doctors reported they found no malignancy. However, the nature of Miss Smith's ailment was not disclosed. She entered the hospital last Saturday. Lenten Message By BROOKS HAYS Special Assistant to President Kennedy And former President, .Southern Baptist Convention Written For UPI The Easter season should bring joy and hopefulness, but in the Lenten period it is also appropriate for the believer to contemplate the significance of suffering and to interpret in adequate, terms this universal experience. * This is particularly true in times of tension and crisis. Certainly the extent of human suffering is such as to sensitize us to the need for greater. faith and faithfulness. The worldis in transition. The individual Christian must relate himself in one way. or another to the mighty forces that influence our times. His faith must be more than personal. It should reflect a consciousness that BURGLARIES ADMITTED RICHMOND. Ind. (UPD—Police here said Wednesday that two Ohio men being held in connection with a school burglary at Union, Mo., had admitted burglarizing schools here and at Liberty and Brdokville in recent weeks. . Officers identified the suspects as Clyde Isaacs. 22, and Paul Dryburg, 21. both Lebanon, Ohio. Isaacs is a former Richmond resident. Police said they were told the two were caught earlier this week while trying to rob a school at Union. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE 1957 Liberty House Trailer - 41 feet • Two bedrooms . excel, lent condition. Terms of sale • for cash, not lest than an' praised value -subject to approval of Tipton Circuit Court. Please contact Chester Mitchell • 233 South Main Street. Tipton. Telephone OS 5-4247. .. / Chester Mitchell Administrator of the. Estate ef Lura M. McKay, Deceased |. ^,C>ance Atterney far Administrator Ross & Doggett Body Shop PAINT. GLASS & BODY REPAIR, FRONT WHEEL ALIGNMENT 3)5 E. Adams, Phone 5^1» Please Report Engaged Young Ladies NEW BABIES end NEWCOMERS Mrs. Catherine" JNhehart Dial OSherae S-4JU 1

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