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TUESDAY, MAY 15, 1962 ' THE TIPTON DAILY TRD3UNF- PAGE 5 Classified Rates 1 insertion ' 3c p*r word 2 insertions 5c par 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 — 51.00 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 acVed 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 5AIE - REAL ESTATE FOR SALE — Singer Featherweight portable, complete with attachments including buttonhole attachment for only §5.00 per month. Singer Sewing Center, .122 W. Walnut, Kokomo, Ind. GI> 94184. : C-192 FOR SALE — Repossessed Singer, vacuum cleaner, like new, balance due only $36.70. Payments . only $5,60 per month. Singer Sewing Center, 122 W. Walnut, Kokomo, Ind. GL 9-4184 C-192 FOR SALE — Lard, OS 5-6795. Lester Hlges. P-192. FOR SALE — Certified soybean seed, Lindarin & Shelby $3.35 per bushel, recieaned and bagged. Byron Legg & Son. Windfall LY 5-3645 and LY 5-3573. C-196. PLANTS — All kind of vegetable. Our .own grown including sweet potatoes, also packaged seeds & onion sets. Flowering plants coming on. Tipton Greenhouse, 119 Cleveland. C-tf. FOR SALE - tioned T-Vs. • Good, used recondi- $29.50 and up. Tice's C-tf. FOR REAL ESTATE & RENTALS Consult JOE ROSS, JOHN B. BARRUM or RAY PAUL. C-tf. SEE 1 .EWIS HARPER for Real Estate Sale snd Listing. Insurance Loans. Phone OS 5-6060 and OS 5-6139, 121 South Independence or iee Albert McCord, Ph. OS 5-4063. . . C-tL Garages - Cottages Pole Buildings Room Additions Reed's Const. Co. 1517 So. P St., Elwood Ph. FE 2-3779 IFOR SALE FOR SALE — Wallpaper. Call C.E. Fitch. 630 North Main. 1962 Patterns. Phone OS 5-4746. P-192 FOR SALE — Kool-Vcnt Awnings, Siv.rm Doors and windows, Aluminum siding. A. J. Butz, OS o-2646. C-tf. FOR SALE — Vegetable and flower plants. Dova Bitner. - Goldsmith P-193 PIONEER HYBRIDS SHELL OUT MORE High shelling percent of grain with small cobs from big ripe Pioneer ears make for higher yield and more profit. Your local salesman has high quality seed for delivery now, or call at the PIONEER PLANT west edge of Tipton Station Wagons, Used Cars, Baxter Motor Sales, 120 South Jndepen-. dence. . . C-tf. LIVESTOCK WRECKER SERVICE Day OS 5-4549 NIGHT \ A- _ HOLIDAY J OS D-OlOO r Service Motor Co. SEPTIC TANKS, toilet vaults vacuum cleaned. Sewer and base-, ment drains cleaned with electric cutting knives. [ Phone Elwood FE 2-2684. David Sewer Cleaners. •C-tf FOR RENT FOR RENT — 3 room house furnished, Phone OS 5-2348. C-196 FOR RENT—Semi-modern 6 room close to Tipton. Write Box' W, care Tribune. Ptf FOR SALE — 2 young Wesex boars. Ready for heavy service. Barney Paul. OS 5-6973. P-193 FOR SALE —150 head of nice feeding shoats 85-90 lbs. Joe Day, Arcadia. Phone YU 4-3868.- C-195 FOR SALE — Two purebred Wessex Saddleback sows with 23 cross-bred pigs. William Stainbrook, 2 miles west, Vi north of Windfall.. P-194 FOR SALE — Shoats. 40-50 pounds. • Arthur Gross, 963-5663, Goldsmith. . C-Tue.-Thurs.-Sat.-196 WANTED WANTED — Babysitting. OS 5-6947. P-202 WANTED — Upholstering. Carl Miller, 731 North Independence. Phone OS 5-4616. C-tf. ASPHALT PAVING — Drives, parking lots, basketoall courts, Carter Construction and Asphalt Co. Reverse charges FE 2-5809, Elwood. C-tf. V'ANTED — Used pianos. Please give, name, address, and telephone number. Write P.O. Box 1142, Munde, Indiana. C-203. WANTED — Lawns to mow. Call for appointments and schedules. OS 5-6558. P-tf. FOR RENT — 2 bedroom apartment. Heat furnished. 12816 E. Jefferson. OS 5-1507. C-tf. FOR RENT — 4 rodm newly decorated, ground floor apartment, garage, well located. Phone OS 5-4110. C-tf. FOR RENT — Modern 4 room upstairs apartmeo*. OS 5-4419. Ctf 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 WANTED — Riders or a ride to Delco Remy, Anderson. Shift 4:30- to 1:00. Phone OS 5-4733. C-192 .NOTIfK TO IIKIKS. I.l:»;,\TKKS AMI CKKUITOHS- Kstutt- of Opal Warner, -D^cf-ased. In Tipton Circuit Court, April Term ll'S;. Ku. 2421. Nutire is hereby KUCU that Lelan'd Smith as administrator of said estate, h.-is filed his account and vouchers in final settlement of said estate, and IKS petition x'rayins the Court to allow said account and order distribution of said estate, and that the s;!ine will come up for hearing and action in said Court on the 25th day of -May, 1962, at 0:00 A.M. in the c-mrt house in Tipton, Indiana, - at v/hich time all heirs, legatees- and creditors of said estate are required to appear and show cause, if any there V.e, why said account and vouchers .should not he 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 T interested, are hereby required to appear at said time and place and make proof of their heirship or claim to anv part of said estate. PALL H. JONES. Clerk Circuit Court, Tipton. Indiana. Wavne O. Wimer, Attorney. 1S6-1S2 COMMISSIONERS' CLAIMS The Tipton County Commissioners will consider the following -. election ci-Ums at a special meeting on Friday, May IS, 1962, 9:00 A.M. Mel burn Booher, de. el. booths 100.00 John T. Florey, Sr., elect. ' bd. & canv bd 115.00 Clarence Jarvis, same 115.00 Kargaret Resrnier, canv bd cl 18.00 Ruth Maines, same 18.00 Mary Jacobs, same 18.00 Mudlson 1 Lee Hobbs, inspector 24.00 Joe Miller, judge : 12.50 Walter Castor, same 12.50 Mary Dickover, Clerk ; .. 12.50 Kuth Miller, same :. 12.50 Kcderick Hobbs, elect sher .. 8:00 William Ziegler, same ' 8.00 l'uth Miller, room rent 17.50 Harriet Ginn, 14 meals 21.00 MadlKoii 2 Mary Heron, inspector 24.00 Opal Stewart, judge 12.50 Annabelle Kemper, same .... 12.50 Kulh Legg, clerk 12.50 Franke Swinford, same .' 12.50 Alice Julius, elec sher ...... 8.00 Omer Salsbery, same ...... 8.00 Mrs. Harry Achenbach, 14 meals 21.00 MutllNon 3 Harry Burkett, inspector . Floy Delong, judge ........ Mabel Gillam, same. Alice Simmons, clerk F.lcanor' McCorkle, same ,.. Kmmett Simmons, elect sher Mark Breitwieser, same ... Alice Simmons, meals Muriixiiii 4 Jesse l)eVault, inspector ... Louise Lewis, judge Louise Ktchison, same Mildred Lilly, clerk r *erneice Jung, same ITiirle Hawkins, elect sher . Audra Heflin, same ....... New Lancaster FT A, meals. ' Ci«:er« 1 Carl • Foster, inspector Graydon Harrison, judge ... Sam Groves, same Heien Kench, clerk Ivathlyn Stockwell, same . .. Eloise CalJacob: .ast clerk . Mary Pickrell, same ........ Lawrence Shook, elect slier . Ira Baden, same Delbert Cherry, room rent . Chloe Shuppard, IS meals ... Cicero £ Frances Burton, inspector . Gertrude Bolton, judge ... Jane Tudor, same Lillian Arkehau, clerk ..... Margaret Addison, same ... Karbara Cox, asst cl Violetta liarr, same ltaymond Little, elect, sher . C. E. Fitch, same 7elma Simmons Clouse, room rt 17.50 Zeima Simmons Clouse, meals 33.75 Cicero Harry S: Quear, inspectivr Koral Park, judge ........ George Graf, same ........ KHzabeth Peters,. clerk .... Jean Kelley, same Laverne Porter, asst cl .... Limine :Lambert, same .... Itobert Kceler, elect shel- :. Harrv Moone, same Health & Welfare Center, - room rent ..: .Health. &- Welfare Center, meals, 33.75 Cicero 4 Libert Allison, inspector Maryanne Guilkey, judge .... George Ogdeti, same ,. Iluth Worsham, clerk Bertha Pearson, same Evelyn Cage, asst cl Mar}* Mae Goodnight, same .. Laurence Sanders, elect sher Pearl Shupperd, meals 26.25 Cicero 7 | Harvey Michel,' inspector 24.00 Joe Alley, [judge 12.50 Albert Michel, same 12.50 Martha. Schemlaub, clerk .. 12.50 N;ina Jarrett, same 12.50 James Smith, elct sher • 8.00 Floyd Bay, same 8.00 Tipton Co. Farm Bureau, room rent ...!.... 17.50 Mrs. Ward VanBibber, meals 21.00 Cicero S .] - . James WeismiUer, Inspector. Mary Burkett, judge Sam Weber J same -. Dorothy Trimble, clerk Marie Johannes, same Edna Amsbury, elect sher .... John' Funke, same ..... Mrs. James WeismiUer, room FOR SALE — White gasoline for power mowers, oul-'board motors, chain saws, garden tractors. In your can. Webb Oil Co.. 215 South Main Street. C-206 FOR SALE — 1955 Ford. Good condition. $350.00. See Wayne at Ford Garage or call OS 5-4571. P-193 FOR SALE — Frigidaire refrigerator. 513 Armstrong St. C-196. WANTED TO TRADE — $400 air conditioner for 1955 or 1956 car, in good condition. OS 5-4120. P-194 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR SALE — Chrome dinette set. 513 Armstrong St. C-195 FOR SALE — 1961 2 door Falcon, radio & heater, * low mileage, clean, phone Sharpsville 963-5378 after 6:00. P-192 FOR SALE — New and used Spinet pianos and organs. Mrs. Ted Sharp. OS 5-6263. C-192 FOR SALE — Two garden tractors with attachments. Otto VanDoren, Windfall R2. LY 5-6276. P-192 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 So. West. Phone OS 5-4941. C-tf. FOR SALE — Quality used cars. THROGMARTW AUTO SALES, 704 W. Jefferson St C-tf. 1962 ZIG ZAG CABINET Repossessed $37.23 complete. Beautiful Zig Zag cabinet model sewing machine. No attachments .needed. Sews on button.s makes buttonholes, monograms, appli­ ques, makes many beautiful de, signs and is guaranteed. Full balance $37.23. Take over payments of $6.13 month. Call OS 5-6062. C-tf. FOR SALE — 1955 Chevrolet, 6 cylinder. S. S. excellent condition. One owner, 301N. Olive. Arcadia. Phone YU 4-2034. P-194 FOR SALE — Rug 12x18 with pad; International 4 row corn planter, two 18x20 chicken houses. Hilton Hobbs, 3 jniles south ¥t east of Hobbs. FE 2-703L, C-194 Man or woman from this area, service and collect from automatic dispensers. No experience • needed. We establish accounts for you. Car, references desirable. $450 to $1350 cash necessary. 4 to 8 hours weekly required. Can net excellent monthly income; full time more. For local interview give phone, etc. Write . P.O. Box 6383, Richfield, Minnesota. C-193 MALE HELP WANTED WANTED — Three motor route drivers for Indianapolis Sunday Star. Sunday delivery only. Earn $12.00 to $15.00 per Sunday. Also need one man to train carriers in Tipton. 2 hrs. per day, 4 days per week. Write Glenn White, Box 391, Lapel, Ind. C-193 MALE HELP WANTED — Honest man with pen, suit of clothes and a willingness to work. Learn how to put these to use. Call Kokomo. GL 7-7282 for appointment for interview.- C-192 VOTICK OF AUMIXISTKATIOX In the Circuit Court ol Tipton County, Indiana, Notice is hereby given that John M. Peai-ock was on the- 26th day of April, 11*62, appointed Administrator 'with the ivljl annexed of the estate of Frank I. W'idner, deceased. All .persons -bavins claims against sc.iti real estate, -whether or not now due. muxt file the same jn said court Vithin six months from the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred.- }>atfd at Tipton, Indiana, this 26th dov of April, 11162. i-Al'L It JD.VKS, Clerk of the Circuit Court for Tipton County, Indiana-, DO.N'ALD J. BOUNCER, Attoruey ./l lS0-lS6-102/f ATHLETE'S FOOT GERM HOW TO KILL IT. IN 3 DAYS, 24.00 12:50 12.50 12.50 12.50 S.00 8.00 26.25 24.00 12.50 12.50 12.50 12.50 S.00 S.00 26.25 • 24.00 12.50 12.50 12,50 12.50 12.50 12.50- S.00 8.00 17.50 27.00 24.00 12.50 12.50 12.50 12.50 12.50 12.50 8.00 8.00 24.00 12 50 12.50 12.50 12.50 12.50 12.50 8.00 " 8.00 17.5C 24.00 12.50 12.50 12.50 12.50 12.50 12.30 8.00 Gpal .Robinson, same : S.00 Tipton Armory Board, room rent • . 10.00 Hoosier Cafe, meals 32.7 David McCullough, room rent 7.50 Cleer«- 5 Kuth Pumphrey, inspector .. 24.00 Beatrice Carter, judse ...... 12.50 Margaret Walsh, same 12:50 Dorothy Brewer, clerk 12.50 Kdna Painter, same 12.50 Maxine Comer, ass.t cl ...... 12.50 Cordelia Basey, same 12.50 Bill FisrhvoKt, elect'sher ... 8.00 Luren Alyerly, same 8.00 Hoosier Cafe, meals 33.75 Cirrrn 6 ' Atha Ray, inspector , 24.00 Mabel Hobbs, judge 12.50 Maricrace Peters, same .... 12.50 Marie Hornback, clerk 12.50 Mary Walker, same 12.50 Robert Krazee, elect sher .. S.00 Joseph Phifer, same S.00 Pearl Shupperd, room rent .. 17.50 If not pleased with strong. in»tant- dr>lnc T -4 -I-. your i»r. hack at any driir „tore. Watch Infected »kln »lou K h «,ff. Watch healthy nkiii 1Kb and burning are gone. 1UWAS ut Carney's Drug Store. evicts FRONT END ALIGNMENT, Wheel balancing. EBERT Sinclair Service. Phone 5-7125. C-M-Tu-W-tf. POWER LAWN MOWER repair. Evenings and Saturdays. David McNeal, 450 North Main. P-196 GENERATORS AND STARTERS rebuilt, complete brake service. Bbert Sinclair Service. Phone OS 5-7125. 720 East Jefferson. C-tf. COOKSEY SEWER Service and Septic tank cleaning. Free est. and trip. Kokomo GL 2-4504. P-201 WANTED — Television and radio repairing, service calls. Antenna installation and repair. Pants and, service guaranteed. Ralph R.' Beck. Phone OS 5-6782. C-tt. GENERATORS, STARTERS carburetors, general overMuL Free pickup aod delivery. OS 5-4948. . -CO. The Almanac By United Press International Today is Tuesday, May 15, the 135th day of the year with 230 to follow in 1962. The moon is approaching its full phase. The morning stars are Jupiter, Mars and Saturn. The evening stars are Venus and Mercury. On this day in history. In 1765, Parliament, enacted a statute making it mandatory for American colonists to s u p p ! 1 y housing and supplies for British troops. In 1930, the first stewardess was employed on a United Air Line flight from San Francisco to Cheyenne, Wyo. In 1942, gasoline rationing started in 17 eastern states. In 1948, Israel was attacked by Egyptian planes and invaded by troops from Lebanon and Trans Jordan. A thought for the day: Ameri can patriot Patrick Henry said: "I have but one lamp by which my feet are guided, and that is the lamp of experience. I know no way of judging of the future but by the past" Try The Classified STEW HAINES GARAGE Stew Haines - Phil Burk Complete Auto Service On AU Makes Front End Alignment Wheel Balance New Modern Shop 614 E. North Tipton Phone OS 5-4500 24.00 12.50 12.50 ; 12.50 12.50 S.00 8.00 rent . 17.50 meals 24.2^ Mrs. James WeismiUer, Cicero 8 j Virginia Hoover, inspector . Clarence Biitler, judge Clayton \V»tham, same Ucraldine Kendall, oler-v ... Dorothy Miller, same uth Jordan, elect sher ... Guy Forkner, same Virginia Hoover, room rent Plum Grove! H. Dem club, meals 26.25 Cicero 10 I . Ella Durham, inspector Lester Dodd, judge ..: Willie'Brannum, same Warren Baird, clerk ........ Josephine Paul, same ..... ^lark Kedmon, elect sher ... Herman Quade, same Mrs. Warren Yontis, meals .. Jefferson 1 j. .• Robert McFarland, inspector Jewel! Vandevender, judge Kuth ;Stowers, same ., Evelyn Huff, clerk Wilda C. Fishback, same .. Betty Duncan, elect, sher .. John Aldridge, same Tetersburg phristian church, meals • .1 Jefferuon S James Barnett, inspector Jtsse Clark,)judge Mary Kirkpatrick, same Mrs. Hugh Harlow, clerk Wilma Hawkins, same ..... Koss Reed, elect sheriff! Wesley Taylor, same . Kempton Ch. 'Church Ladies meals ' ... ^ Jefferson 3 I • William Hawkins, inspector .. Paula Stroup, judge Dorothy Dunham, same Mary Friend, clerk ....... — . Barbara Cunningham, same Ora Rayl, elect sher Kdith Johnson, same '. American Uegion, room rent Kempton Christian Ladies Aid . meals .';." — Jefferson 4 Fred Kode ; inspector Phil Smith, judge Matie Smith, same Thelma Sweet, clerk ........ P.uby Foster, same Harry-Boy er, elect sher ...... Hazel Cole, j same Mrs. Harry |Boyer, room rent Grace Mobley, meals l'ralrle 1 | J. Wm. Morris, inspector Kdna Freeman, judge .. Martha Hawkins, same Maxine Nash, clerk Esther 'CUne, same :.. Wayne Hinkle, elec sher Loren Maggart, same Muriel Stroup, room rent (-TreaJBr- i«dieij- A Wr-metils-. l'ralrle- 2 \' • | f larnet M «uldep r -lrispectDC. .. lazel Westj'judse 1 John Cardttjell, same Margaret Rose, clerk......... Bonnie Moulder, same Carl Malone, elect sher .... Doyle. Ramseyer, same Prairieville W.'F., meals l'ralrle 24.00 12.50 12.50 12.5'J 12.50 S.00 8.00 17.D0 24.00 12.50 12.50 12.50 12.50 8.00 8.00 21.00 24.00 12.50 12.50 12.50 12.50 S.00 8.00 2G.25 24.00 12.50 I 12.50 : 12.50 ' 12.50 • 1 S.00 8.00 Aid, 26.25 * 24.00 12.50 12.50 12.50 12.50 8.00 ' 8.00 17.50 26.25 24.00 12.50 12.50 12.50 12 8.00 8.00 17.50 26.25 24.00 12 12.50 12.50 12.50 8.00 8.00 17.50 .26,25 24 .i )0 12.50 12.50 12.50 12.50 8.00 S.00 26.25 W.S.C.3-. meals ... . • • • Llberrf 8 . Snarle Heath, inspector Linda> Amsbury, judge ..... Kmery Edwards, same ..... Grace Hughes, clerk Dorothea Quirk, same Jean Hetlln, elect sher ..... Mary Zauss, same Philip Heflin, room rent ... W.S.C.S., meals . Liberty 3 Eldon Smith, inspector — Everett Stout, judge Daisy Stout, same Sondra Rogers, clerk Minnie Vanosdal, same. 1... Jean Rogers, elect sher ... Charles DeWitt, same. ... Joe Henderson, room rent ,... Brethren Church, meals ... Wildcat 1 Wilbur Collins, inspector — Mary Downs, judge Noel Todd, same . Karleen Walker; clerk Fredora Riffe, same Owen Doggett, elect sher . Gean Lahre, same Mrs. Richard Davis, meals '. Wildcat S Howard Mickle, inspector ... Fred Meyncke, judge .» . Danny Kimbrough, same ... Loretta Pickering, clerk Francis Courtney, same ... Grace McfCorkle, elect sher Willard Frey, same American Legion, room rent . Velma Richards, meals Wildcat 3 Sidney Legg, inspector ..... Evelyn Bolinger, judtfe ...,: George Hamilton..same Jean Plummer, clerk F.dith Leavell, same Beryl Barrett, elect sher ... Marcia Patterson, same Cr. of Brethren W.F.. meals . Willi™t 4 Arnold Pickering, inspector Mary Land, judge Dudley Lacey, same Grace Pickering, clerk r .etty Bunch, same ....... •Leslie Graham, elect sher . Janis Dever. same .... Betty Brown, room rent . Mrs. Richard Davis, meals . Respectfully "submitted. •ORV1LLE T. CLICK, Auditor Tip ten County. Wilbur Hoback, inspector .. 24.00 Doyle Rockey; judge 12.50 W. R. OCT . sam« 12.5" Mrs. Don VanBibber, clerk... 12.50 Mrs. Max Simpson, same ..... 12.50 Bernard Smith, elect sher .. 8.00 Delta Shuck, 1 same 8.00 Mrs. Max Simpson, room rent .17.50 Hopewell Cr. WSCS, meals.. 26.25 Liberty 1 . ! Jesse Dye, inspector .-.." 24.00 James Meyer, judge 12.50 R. T. Reese,| same 12.50 Marjorie Hawkins; clerk .... tl',50 '^oramae Krupp, same , 12.50 Oscar Harper, elect sher .... 8.00 Stanley Herbert, same 8.1"' EfflKH *500 on just your own signature or security. Phone NO OS 5-2982 KemwHi Suit, Manager 111 X. Mala NEW OFFICE HOURS BEGINNING APRIL UTH Monday thru Thurs.'.— 9 to 5 Friday „1 .1 f «© 7 Saturday I 9 to 1 NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned Commissioner, appointed by the Tipton (fircuit Court in Cause No. 2456, will offer for sale at public auction, at the August Druck and Mary Druck residence located 3 miles south and ^Y4 miles west of Tipton, at 7:00 PM. on Thursday, the 7th day of June, 19*2 for not less.than two-thirds of the appraised value, the real estate described as follows: Tract I; Twenty-one (21) acres off of the north side of the northeast quarter of the northeast quarter ] of Section 33,. Township 21 north,'Range 4 east, except one (1) acre out of the northeast corner thereof, being H reds oast and west and 10 rods north and south. It has a five room house with commode and shower. Possession of house and lot upon full settlement and landlord's possession of crop land. Treet ||. The west half of the west half of the southwest quarter of Section 28, Township 21 norm. Rang* 4 east, con* tailing 40 acres, more or less. Landlord's possession upon full settlement. . Sale, subject to approval of Tipton Circuit Court. Purchaser to pay 10% down on day of sale and remainder within 30 days after abstract is furnished. Title Insurance wilt bo furnished. ' Subiect to 1N2 taxes, duo 19e3. /i James T. Robison, Commissioner Wilson Wbeatley, Hutto a\ Rogjnier, AltMttys. RalpK Df<kf, AucfieneiSr 26.25 24.00 12.50 12.50 12.50 12.50 S.00 S.00 17.50 2'6.25 24.00 .12.50 12.50 12.50 12.50 S.00 ' S.00 . 17.50 26.25 24.00 12:50 12.50 12.50 12.50 s.on . s.oo 26.25 24.00 ij.r.n 12.50 12.50 12.50 S.Oft S.OO 17.50 26.25 ' 24.00 12.50 12.50 12.50 12.50 S.OO s.oo. 2(T:25. 24.00 12.50 12.50 12.50 12.50 S.OO s.oo ••"17.50 211.25 Washington Window BRAKE SERVICE Cole's Service .General Auto Repair 24 Hour Wrecker Service Day OS 5-4075 Night OS 5-4025 By LYLE C. WILSON United' Press International WASHINGTON. (PI) — Texas Republicans probably -would be voting in their own longview interest if they helped the liberal New Frontier entry to be'selected, governor. . The new frontiersman is, Don Yarborough, 36, Houston. He ran second in last week's Democratic primary to. former Navy Secretary John B. Connally who is neither a liberal nor a new frontiersman. They, will contest for the nomination in a June 2 run-off. The Republicans have their own- gubernatorial nominee without a run-off. He is Jack Cox, Breckenridge businessman and legislator. It must be assumed, however, that the winner of the June Z : Democratic run - off will be elected governor in November. From the shores of -the Potomac it appears that the only big thing that could come about for Texas Republican wold be • for new"frontiersman Yarborough to win the' run-eff and go on to win ative Texas Democrats to move out of the Democratic party. Yarborough's election could jolt Texas toward a well balanced two-party system. In the Eisenhower elections and later there was ample evidence of the weakening of Democratic party ties in the state. The election of conservative Republican John Gjl Tower last year to the U.. S. Senate was an eye- popper of sorts but it did not mean that the two-pary system had arrived in Texas. Texas liberals were no represented on either ticket when Tower was elected. The election of Yarborough as governor would give the left wing of the Texas Democratic party a dominant position likely to be maintained for a long time. The other side'of the coin is that Connally's election prob ab 1 y would consolidate the Texas one- party system hr Texas for a long tiVne to come. . Connally is not a conservative ar all in the sense that John G. Tower is a conservative,' but he probably is sufficiently conserva- the 'November election. T h a t j tive toprevent a bolt of conserva- would' put ' the pressure on a • tives away from the Democratic great many more or less conserv- 1 party. " 2£ A]R£^^ LABILE DepeMdbtH You're going down a steep hill-yoiir brakes d§n 't work! THIS FREE BOOKLET SHOWS HOW YOU CAN LIVE THROUGH 10 COMMON DRIVING EMERGENCIES. Here's "must" reading for everyone who owns a car,* and for every parent whose child has a driving license. We know from experience that accidents can be avoided when motorists know the right things to do. That's why we say this booklet may save your life. For your FREE, copy of "Ten Common Driving Emergencies," just fill in and mail the coupon below. %v &R^tlKe EMERdEHCJES IP - "Illpiplil Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company-home off ice: Coliimbus, Ohio - ..m----------------- ——- — -1 I I NATIONWIDE INSURANCE J 2940 N. Pet I ttullanapolis,- tylvania Street Indiana' NATIONWIDE MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY (mail to Nationwide office listed at left) . Please send'me my free copy of "Ten Common Driving Emergencies" together with information on Nationwide Auto Insurance. NAME ADDRESS ctTT COUNTY I I EXPIRATION DATE OF PRESENT AUTO POLICY ARE YOU NOW A NATIONWIDE AUTO POLICYHOLDER?. , ii m im S mwJm Sa«l Wat'clvHoward K. Smith "News and Comment'* every Wednesday on ABC-TV (7:30 PM E.D.T.)

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