PAGE e • TOE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Magic Mirror Beauty Salon, 323 W. Madjson St. Phone OS 5-6038 Betty Atchley and Toots Delph. C-T-W-Th-170 Easter Lilly Spetial 2 to 10 Blooms 75c per Bloom Arcadia Florist & Greenhouse YU*l-2455 Early Corsage Orders will be cppreciated. Spring garden and bedding plants , flowers for all occasions. By Keith and Mary Stafford. for banking time? SOMETHING TO CRAB -ABOUT— Ma P Indicates the SheUkof Strait between Kodiak Island and mainland Alaska, where a Japanese fishing vessel was seized. Gov. William A. Egan (above) insists the waters are U.S. inland waters.. It isn't the herring fishing he minds; but the crab fishing. Alaskan fishermen scooped up 27,000,000 pounds of crab meat in 1961, and he doesn't want the Japanese fishermen to get the idea it's a free-for-all bonanza. ELLIOTT TO RETIRE LONDON (UPI) — The London "Daily Mail" today .reported^is- a copyright story that Australia's wonder miler, Herb Elliott, is ready to retire from international competition. The national daily newspaper's Terry O'Connor quoted 24-year-old Elliott as saying he cannot train properly and concentrate on his studies at Cambridge niversity at the same time. The newspaper further reported that Elliott will therefore not run. in ovember's Commomveath Games at Perth, Australia.. f>0 LATE FOR CLASSIFIED' FOR SALE — 19G1 AC 4 bottom^ plow and I960 AC 1216 ft. disc. Beryl Harlow, Russiaviile. Phone TU 3-5293. P-170. ft,- _ Use our Drive- in- teller ! In a' rush to do your banking? Bank"from the wheel of your automobile... use our "Drive- In" service! It's easy and fas! . . . no parking delays ... no need to dress up! Enjoy this "express" banking ANYTIME ; ELK'S , MEETING AND INITIATION Wed., April 18th 8:00 P.M. STEAK SUPPER 6:30 P.M. LIVESTOCK INDIANAPOLIS OUPI) — Livestock: Hogs 4,500; strong to mostly 25 higher; uniform 190-225 lb 16.50- 1G.75; 82 head 16.85-17.00; bulk 180240 lb 15.75-16.50; 240-270 lb 15.5016.00, several uniform lots to 16.25, 270-300 lb 15.00-15.50; 300-330 lb 14.50-15.00; 150-170 lb 14.0Q-16.00; sows steady to 25 higher; 30-400 lb 13.75-14.50, few 14.75; 400-600 lb 13.00-13.85; 575-650 lb 12.75. Cattle 1,650; calves 75; steers and heifers fully -steady; choice steers 27.00; good and few good with end choice 23.50-25.50; standard and low good 20.00-23.00; good pma -jmixed good and choice heifers £3.00-25.00; standard and low good ^20.00-22.50; cows about steady; utility and commercial 14.50-17.00; cancers and cutters 13.00-15.50; bulls steady; utility and commercial 18.00-20.50; veal- ers about steady; good and a few choice 29.00-34.00; standard and low good 22.00-29.00. SERVICES WEDNESDAY SOUND BEND, Ind. (UPI)-Funeral services for Michael R. Koken, former halfback on the Notre Dame football team, will be held here Wednesday. Koken, 53, died Sunday following a heart attack. Transfers Of Real Estate Recorded Here The Tipton county recorder's office has recorded the following real estate transfers recently: Fred W. Sellers .to Arthur Low Hanchell et ux, part of the NW'/i, Section 31, Township 23, Range 4, .574 acres. Dosie Orr to Jane B. Morris, SE V4, S 21, T 22, R3, 160 acres. "Noble A. Young et ux to J. W. Mendenhall et ux, jnlot 2, Noble Young's addition, SWYA, S 12, T21, R4. George A. WooldrJdge et ux to Howard J. Gall et ux, part NWV4, NTO, S 32, T 23, R 4. one half acre. • ' George A. Wooldridge et ux to Robinson W. Gall et ux, part NW V*, NW V*, S 32, T 23, R 4, one half acre. Earl Jr. Phifer et ux to Tipton Building and Loan, part W VS, SW/4, S 2, T 21, R. 4. James H. Adams et al to James O. McCorkle et ux, W VS, NW V*, W side E 'A, NW W, S 31, T. 21, R 6, 117 acres. • Alton A. Brown et ux to Ralph Colbert et ux, part of outlot 2, Windfall, Lindsay's addition, part SW V*, SW V*, S 10, T22, R 5. Nannie M.' Grisso to Ralph Colbert et ux, same description as immediately above, one half acre. Leroy H. Johnson et al to John W. Turner et ux, part NE V*, NE Y4, S 5, T 22, R 4. Harold L. Ericson et ux to June S. Mitchell, part SE V*, R 4, T 22, R 5, 7.75 acres. June S Mitchell et vir to Harold . Ericson, part SEVi, S 4, T 22, R 5, 7.708 acres. Bessie Roe to Judith Roe, Goldsmith, part SE V*, SE V4, S 2, T 21, R 3, .69 acre. Henry Lester Hensley et ux to Raymond E. Holderman et ux, part of outlot 48, Tipton. Fred W. Sellers to Central Indiana Homes, Inc., part of the NW %', S 31, T 23, R. 4. Fred W. Sellers to Connie G. Higgins et ux, part of .the NW V4, S 31, T 23,-R 4. . • Easter bulletin . . . the bunny's right around the corner . . . . don't forget to get your Miss Andrea Barrum, Tipton High School's Representative on Block's Fashion Board will be in our store Thurs., Fri., Sat., to Help You With Your Selection boys' and girls 1 A: GIRLS' PATENT SABOT STRAP, smart pearl-like button on tide. B: BOYS,' MOCOXFORD with Unimold soles that outlast uppers. Need no breaking in. BLACK or. BROWN. C: GIRLS' GALAX IE LOAFER in glove leather with bronzed buckle trim. BLACK. D: BOYS' LOAFER with hidden gore and braid trim across the vamp. BLACK. E: BOYS' OXFORD, with Plain Toe - No Seams HOME TRADE SHOES Tipton '- Indiana Communion, Good Friday Services Planned at Hobbs The Christian 'Builders class of Hobbs Christian church will spon-. sor a candlelight communion service at the church at 7:45 p.m. Thursday. On (Friday evening, the congregation will be host to the Hobbs Methodist church for Good Friday services at 7:45 p.m. Rev. David Baker, minister of .the Methodist church, will be the speaker.- Easter Sunday sunrise services will foe conducted at the iMethodist church at 6 a.m., with Rev. Joe Stump, of the Christian church, in charge. Breakfast will be served in the church social rooms following the service. Regular Sunday school and worship services wUI follow at each church. Hospital Notes ADMISSIONS: Debra Schultz, Tipton; Tamera Plake, Tipton; Charlotte Duncan, Tipton; Michael Titus, Kokomo; Tena Lewis, Tipton; Dena Cox, Tipton,; Karen Rich, Tipton; Christine Fecher, Tipton; Peggy Harrison, Kokomo; Margaret Daniels, Russiaviile; Susan Eller, Atlanta; Jeffrey Scharff, Tipton; Thomas Rice, Tipton; Bernard J. Andrews, Tipton.DISMISSALS: Thomas Rice, Tipton; Lola Webb, Keropton; Leroy Henderson, Kirklin; Doris Johnson, Kempton; Dorothy Harkness, Tipton; Robert Kerfoot) Noblesville; Flave Brown, Tipfon; Esther Bookout,. Kokomo; Norma Miller, Kokomo; Wilford Yohe, Windfall; Willard Burton, Tipton;! Jjianita Bowen, Kokomo. ;._ ! BIRTHS: Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Rich, Tipton, boy, 2:25 p.m., April 16; Mr. and Mrs. Dick Beerbower, Muncie, girl, 1:36 a.m., April 17. GOLF'S MONEY WINNERS DUNEDIN, Fla. (.UPI)—Greensboro Open winner Billy Casper occupied second place on pro golf's money winning list. today on the strength of his second tournament victory of 1962. Casper, of Apple Valley, Calif,, won first prize money of $5,300 in last weekend's Greensboro, N.C., Open to jump from third place into the runner-up spot behind Arnold Palmer with $22,608.44. Palmer of Latrobe, Pa., who collected $1,600 as. a fifth • place finisher in the Greensboro, leads with a total of $37,008.33. Gene Littler dropped to third with.earn ings of $21,431.66. The rest of the top 10 includes: Phil Rodgers, $16,255; Gary Player, the 1961 money champion, $15,380.00; Dow Finsterwald, $14,094.08; Mike Souchak, $12,485.80; Bob Goaiby, $11,004.77; Bob Rosburg, $10,972.50, and Jack Nicklaus, $10,873.96.. Double-Barrelled Brainstorm Hits Inventive Scribe The man that puts one and one together was. musing philosophically when the! first lines of a. news release smote his eyes;, .^Termites already are swarming in Indiana." .An individual given to occasional theoretical invention, our subject interrupted his reverie to conce- trate upon the problem posed by this stalling announcement. ' Recollecting his random readings on the fabulous fauna of the world, and their several proclivities, he called up the imental image of Pro- teles. Cristata. The talent of Pro- teles Cristata is without question: he is a termitophagous creature if there ever was one. Thus the bold solution presented itself. Import iProteles to consume our termites, and promote American-African commerce at the same time. P. C. the aard-wolf, just dotes on termites. He'd rather have a tongueful of termites than the nectar in all the blooms'from Sip- pus to Bagaimoyo. "- ,3ut let lis return to the news release. ' How To Tell Them Purdue University > entomologists tell us you can distinguish termites from othdr ants by their cloudy, opaque wings of equal length. The wings of other ants are 1 clear, transparent, and of unequal lengths Another sign of termites' is. the mud-like shelter tubes they build over foundation walls and wood to find their food supply. These are up to one-fourth inch wide and crumble easily. Termite-infested wood may show little or no evidence on the surface. These insects eat the soft inside grain of .the 1 wood.' You can- test vour house for soundness with an •ice pick. Start with wooden basement window frames,- wooden supports in contact with soil, and the plate on'top of the foundation wall, especially one adjacent to a filled porch. If you haVe termites, secure the services of a; pest control operator who will chemically treat the building and insulate it against further attack. Choose an established firm rather than an itinerant peddler. 30 Injured School Plan Continued from page 1) ~ school bus route toe greater the cost of transportation for the consolidated school district. 6. The tax rate " in . Jefferson Township and the tax rate in Madison Township will Ibe increased if the type of educational program, which, puts the welfare of boys and girls'first' is established in the proposed district. may be holding a WINNER! Don't lose out!... Bring in your number on the PERFECTION PAINT Color Card you received in the mail.- If it matches any of , the displayed numbers you'lf receive one of those famous 6 TRANSISTOR PORTABLE RADIOS FREE! No purchase necessary. : RCA DELUXE COLOR T.V. to be givep away by PERFECTION iilii Your PERFECTION PAINT cou- • Materials | ' m »* n ^ lt [ r L 'u' now, before expiration date, to . - Jor building ij save on PERFECTION PAINTS V ', , Hit! you need now and for the future.! !' •Best values . . .Redeem Your Perfection Paint Coupons.Now! Best values • Individual attention TIPTON LUMBER COMPANY 324 E. Jefferson OS 5-48H Now Thru Wed. 2 Shows at 7 & 9 PJ«. Those "Pillow Talk" Playmates are Back in A New Comedy that Tops Everything' •±±2** • • • • «——mum tMwnATmAt—'»m»Mit»»tmt *• «»• t• * » ROCK HUDSON^DQJUS DrVfl ^fVwimi COLOK;^.EWE ADAMS-JACK DANE-JACK KRUSCHEN Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. -2 Color Hits "The Magic Sword" & "The Racers" Continued from page 1) County sheriffs-office said 15 per-! sons had been killed, but al> of-| the supposed, victims eventually were found alive. , Warren L. Kibler, 22, Branden burg, a gauge' operator, was standing on top of a 60-foot spherical gasoline tank about,230 yards from the first blast. "I heard a loud hissing sound," he said. "I thought something was wrong. Then the glycol tank went up. 1 felt the heat and impact, like something from a science fiction movie. One big ball of flame, and smoke went up several hundred feet.-1 was lucky." Street estimated that at least 30 employes were injured. Some were .given first aid and sent home. The plant employs 500 persons, about 60 of them on the night shift:.It was built in 1951, making a small "boom town".out of this previously quiet little village on the banks of the Ohio River below Louisville. The first explosion damaged the first aid building.adjacent to the administration building so heavily that it could not be used to handle the injured. Street said the damage could not be estimated closely but "|t will run into millions." Fire departments from half a dozen small communities in the area aided in fighting the blaze. TUESDAY, APRIL 17,1962 Then Largest Ship By United Press International -The Titanic, built more than 50 years- ago, -was exceeded in' size by only five -of today's modern ocean liners. She was 882.5 feet long and grossed 46,328 tons. The ships surpassing her in both tonnage and size: Queen Elizabeth (British): 83,673 tons, 1,031 feet. Queen Mary (British): 81,237 tons, 1,019 feet. •France (French): 66,000 tons, 1,035 feet nited States - (American): 51,988 tons, 990 feet. . Liberie (French): 51,838 tons, 936 feet. The Titanic was bigger than such well-known modern liners as the America, Mauretania, Constitution, Independence and Caronia. $2,000 Damage Continued.from page 1) building in order to accomplish all of .their looting.,Unless there were definite suspects,. tbey indicated, the finger-printing would he of, little help for few teen-agers have had their finger prints taken. -. ; The sheriff s office indicated however that there mighit he several -possible' 'suspects to -be interviewed -and this work would be accqm- pllished with the assistance of tte state police. • RENAMED CAPTAIN LONDON (UPI)i-Mrs. Beatrice Walter has been renamed captain of the British Wigbtman Cup lawn tennis team which wiir ^m'eet the nited States at Wimbledon, June 15-16. Bowling (Continued From Page 4) Elks No. 3—Ramsay 502. Friend 495, Planalp 441, Weber 496, Gathman 535, Total 2814; No. 1—Painter' .427, Walker 496, Prather 461, Allen 545, Hamblen 551, Total 2939. . RALPH UATHEJUMAN About this question: I stumbled and fell on my new $150 camera. You can guess what ifs. worth now. I know there'is camera insurance to cover a lost or stolen camera'. Does it also cover damage of any. kind? MAURICE L. MENDENHALL Candidate for JOINT ST^tE SENATOR FROM HAMILTON - BOONE - TIPTON COUNTIES Subject to Republican Primary Pre - Legislative Experience * Former Prosecuting Attorney * First Security Commissioner of Indiana * Since 1927 have been a mem- , ber of a bi-partisan Indiana ' Corp. Survey Commission. * Former Town Attorney LEGAL QUALIFICATIONS * LLB degree in Law * Admitted to practice before the Supreme Court and oHieV federal courts. * Admitted to practice before the Treasury Dept. ' * Admitted to practice before the Indiana Supreme Court and other e'eurt*- ^Admitted to practice before the Illinois Supreme Court ing period of active law practice held A. V. rating. AFFILIATIONS * Methodist Church . Veterans of World War I \ * The American Legion • Bar. Association * Rotary club r Columbia club • .. . * Masonic Lodge . Shrine IMPORTANCE OF EXPERIENCE The coming session of the Indiana Legislature will be the rnest Important legislative »ae«ien in 40 years. The United States and Indiana are at the crossroads. Your, tax dollars are involved, and' your solvency is at stake. I am a Conservative and you knew where I stand on all issues. I run on my legislative record. VOTE FOR THE CANDIDATE WHO WOULD AND COULD DO MOST FOR TIPTON COUNTY, i VOTE IN PRIMARY MAY 8, 1962 v Member f. 0 I C.
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