The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on September 29, 1964 · Page 5
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, September 29, 1964
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Tuesday, Sept. 29,1964 THETIPTON OAfLYTRlBUNE PAGE 5 S£lt TRADE MNfHIRl HELP 5^ ^^aW CLASSIFIED RATES 1 insertion 4c par word 2 insertions 7c per word 3 uivrtions 9c per word 4 insreil'wi* 11c per word 5 insertions 13c per word 6 insertions 14c per word Alinlmum rate — $1.00 Charges are at a reduced c«sh rate and apply if the nd is paid within 10 DAYS after the FIRST insertion. SERVICE CHARGE OF 25c WILL BE ADDED AFTER THE 10 DAY PERIOD. Advertisers should check their advertisements in the first issue they appear and report any error at ctnce as no allowance can be made lfter the first incorrect insertion. • BLACK FACE LOCAL — 15c per line. MEMORIAM — 10c pvr Tine. CARD OF THANKS — f 1J5 Cell OS 5-2115 before 10:00 A. M. for insertion same day, nxcepi Saturday—call before !>:00 A. M. CANCELLATION — UNTIL 10:K A. M. DEADLINE. DISPLAY RATE Cass, per col. inch 90e 1 inch per mo. daily $18.00 Each additional inch - $11.00 (RATE QUOTED ARE LOCAL) FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE SCHOOL OF REAL ESTATE BROKER- SALESMEN OUR 4th YEAR Classes for the November Real Estate Examination start October 12th. Write or call for complete information. EDWARD A. HECHT'S SCHOOL OF REAL ETATE 10th South 9th St., Noblesville. PR 3-3700 FOR SALE—10 room house. 2 apts. Completely furnished. House trailer on same lot. Shown by appointment only. OS 5-4210. C-312 FOR SALE—160 acre farm, Tipton County, well drained, house and two barns. Inquire Tipton Tribune Box No. P. C-Tu-Thur- Sat-310 IFOR SALE—Breakfast set excellent condition. 425* West Jefferson Street. C-312 LAYING HENS. $6.00 per dozen. Phagan Carmichael, OS 5-6995. P-311 FOR SALE—Newly decorated 2 bedroom home. Located on Green Street. First $9,000.00 offer buys this house. Call OS 5-7417. Ritz-Agency. C-310 FOR SALE tpR SALE—Spinet organ, ex- eelient condition. Reasonable. OS 5-6263. C-tf SINGER ZK3-ZAG $36.19 FULL PRICE Take up six payments of $6.03 monthly. Complete with a lovely walnut cabinet. Makes fancy fashion designs, button- Voles, sews on buttons, monograms, blind hems, and all other fancy work built into machine. Warranty included. Call OS 5-2135. C-tf Singer Five Months Old ?39.24 Full Price lovely walnut cabinet model. Assume six payments of $6.54 monthly. The machine monograms, appliques, darns, sews forward and reverse, equipped to zig-zag. Warranty included. Call OS 5-2i35, C-tf FUEL OIL WHITE GAS any amount at station WEBB OIL CO. 215 S. Main .Tipton FOR SALE — Apples—Cider- Popcorn. Hainlen Orchard, 2 miles east of Greentown, turn north and follow signs. C-42 MONON WHEAT. $1.75 per bushel. Phagan Carmichael, OS 53995. P-312 FOR SALE—Top quality feeder pigs. Phone 2 on 89, Atlanta. C-tf FOR SALE— Puppies, reasonable. OS 5-6985. C- FOR SALE—1956 Pontiac. Good condition. Low mileage. Call Mrs. Fred O. Smith, 963-5868. P-314 USED CARS FOR SALE—54 Chev. % ton pick-up truck. Good condition and reasonable. OS 5-6369. C-310 SINGER Five Months Old $38.06 Full Price Lovely walnut cabinet model. Assume six payments of $6.34 monthly. The machine monograms, appliques, darns, sews forward and reverse, equipped to zig-zag. Warranty included. Call OS 5-2135. C-tf FOR SALE—Used double door, 14-foot refrigerator. Like new, and conventional washers. Wiseman Sales and Service. C-310 FOR SALE—Apples and cider. Smith Orchard. 1 mile north, V* mile east of Sharpsville. C-tf FOR' SALE — Awnings, storm windows and doors. Ornamental iron. A. J. Butz. Phone OS 5-2646.' C-tf FOR SALE—Certified MONON and REED seed wheat. $2.50 per bushel recleaned, treated, and bagged. BYRON LEGG & SONS, Windfall. LY 5-3645 or LY 5-3573. C-311 THE EMBLEM OF QUALITY .20 5. West St. Ph. OS 5-W41 Tlptsu FOR SALE—Quality used cars. THKOGMARTTN AUTO SALES, 704 W. Jefferson St. FOR SALE—1961 Ford Convertible priced to sell. See at Briggs, Roads 28 and 31. P-311 LIVESTOCK 1250 CATTLE FOR SALE. 250 good and choice steers, 800 to 900 pounds. 550 choice calves, 300 to 600 pounds, 150 Holstein steers. 200 medium steers and heifers (cheap price) CATTLE PUT OUT ON A GAIN BASIS. W. V. PALMER. Phone 873-2921, Mexico, Indiana. C-314 LIVE STOCK FOR SALE Horse and Pony Sale Thurs.. October 1st at 1 p.m. Anderson Sale Barn SERVICES PORTABLE WELDING SERVICE. Tony Hancock, Kemp. ton. Phone 947-2210. Shop in Groomsville. P-7 FRONT-END ALIGNMENT — Wheel balancing. EBERT Sinclair Service. Phone OS 57125. C-tf - GEN ERAL' MOTORS '. ; CORPORATION ' TRUCKS moo* y» TO «o TONS SERVICE MOTOR COMPANY INC. SERVICES^-For plumbing and heating call O'Dell and Rose OS 5-4545. 518 E. Jefferson. C-tf LEGAiNOTla FARM DITCHING, bulldozing, back hoe work, pan work; Black top dirt, 7 yds. $14.00 Phone J & W excavating. Tip; ton OS 5-6381, Alexandria 7242104. C-tf WANTED — Furniture Upholstering and Repair. Lawrence Piccrell, OS M3S8. C-tt FEMALE HELP WANTED SEE IBM AD ON ENTERTAINMENT PAGE. P-310 HELP WANTED HELP WANTED—P art time store clerk. Apply Willy's Stationery Shop. C-312 U. S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTS! Men-women, 18-52. Start high as $102.00 a week. Preparatory training until appointed. Thousands of jobs open. Experience usually unnecessary. FREE information on jobs, salaries, requirement. Write TODAY giving name, address and phone. Lincoln Service, Box E, C/o Tribune, Tipton, Ind. MALE HELP WANTED SEE IBM AD ON ENTERTAINMENT PAGE. P-310 MEN WANTED EARN BIG MONEY—$7,000 to $15,000 per year as a Concrete Form Setter or as a Professional Diesel Semi Driver (over the road). No experience necessary — those who qualify will be trained in four short weeks. For free information cut out this ad and check career desired. Mail today to: DIESEL, 2805 East Washington Ave., Madison 4, Wis. No obligation of course. Diesel ( ) Form Setter ( ) Name —. Address Phone — — Age INSTRUCTIONS SMALL APPLIANCE REPAIR SERVICE — Irons, Toasters, Space Heaters, Vac. Cleaners, Hair Dryers, etc. $1.50 Plus Parts. Free pickup and return. OS 5-4186. P-314 LOOKING FOR SECURE JOB? Train for U. &. Civil Service tests. See our ad under INSTRUCTION classification. Lincoln Service. Established 1948. WANTED WANTED TO BUY—Heavy scrap iron, farm implements, furnaces, radiators, complete cars, trucks and farm tractors. Also batteries, radiators, copper, brass and aluminum. Scrap prices are high. Now is the time to sell to Levi's (scrap yard) 3 blocks west NKP Depot. P-310 FOR RENT SEPTIC TANK Vacuum cleaned. All price ditching with ba'ckhoe.' Reasonable. Charles Anderson, Elwood, FE 2-9265. C-314 SERVICE CALL: BARNEY GOODNIGHT DAY: OS 5-4549 NI'IE: OS 3-6166 SERVICE MOTOR COMPANY INC. FOR RENT—Modern 2 bedroom bungalow. 8th house east of Park entranre on High School road. OS 5-2476. C-tf FOR RENT—3 room furnished apartment for rent upstairs. OS 5-2348. C-l FOR RENT—3 room furnished apartment, all utilities, redecorated O 5-4922 after 4 C-tf NOTICE TO GROCERS Pursuant to. an order of the Board of Commissioners for Tipton County, Indiana, notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received (at the office of the Auditor of said county at 9:00 a.m. (D.L.T.) October 5, 1964 for the burchase of the three months order of food for the County Home Specifications for the above are on file at the Auditor's office. Each bid must be on form as prescribed by the State Board of Accounts and must be accompanied by a statutory, non-collusion affidavit and a certified check or bond for 10 per cent of the amount of the bid as a guarantee that Buch bidder, if successful, •will enter into proper bond and contract subject to the approval of the board. Bids must be submitted on all items listed. The board reserves the right to reject any and all bids suomitted.. ORVILLE T. CLICK Auditor Tipton County 304-310 320.00 33S.40 350.40 3SS.08 337.C0 396.00 305.60 336.00 336.S0 321.60 327.20 328.80 Union Leaders Raising Funds For Johnson (EDITORS' NOTE: The extent and vigor of organized labor's political support for President Johnson is without precedent. UP I labor writer William J. Eaton analyses the reasons for labor's stand in the following dispatch.) XOTICK OF COMMISSIONERS' CLAIMS The following payroll claims will be considered by the Tipton County Commissioners at a' special meeting October 1, 1964, 9 :00. Bernard Smith, Hghwy Supt 8350.00 Edith A. Johnson, Hghwy Seer 250.00 Lester Amsbury, Hghwy Lbr 32S.80 Ralph Bogue, Same 362.40 Andrew Bushman, Same •Wilbur Collins, Same ... AVilbur Fishback, Same . Meredith Grimme, Same Ralph Gross, Same P. C. Hussey, Same ... Harry Quear, Same ..... Audra Richey, Same ... Lawrence Shook, Same . Basil Shupperd, Same .. Byron Sinclair, Same ... James Slaton. Same Fav Smith, Same 314.40 Everett Stout, Same 329.60 Maurice Tolle. Same 323.20 Jerry Wood. Same 292.80 Homer Yeary, Same 336.SO Ernest Moulder, Same 310.40 Garry Bogue, Hghwy Ext Lbr 337.60 Ronald Jackson, Same 201.60 Ross Hufford, CI 45S.33 Marcia Thompson, Pep CI .. 275.00 Dorothv Lcavell, CI CI ... 250.00 Virginia Hoover, CI Ext Lbr 5S.50 Orville Click, Aud 45S.33 Mary E. Kemper, Dep Aud 275.00 Martha Purvis, Aud CI 250.00 Paul Jones. Treas 458.33 Waneta Devault, Dep Treas 275.00 Virginia Hoover. Tr Ext Lbr 104.00 Xiha Aldridgc, Rec 416.66 Ciotelle Shirley, Dep Rec .. 275.00 Verle Grimme, Slier 458.33 Robert McFarland. Pep Slier 370.00 Lowell Kinder, Same . 199.4; Everett Graham, Same 99.72 Phvllis Grimme, Jail Mat . 100.00 Max Bowlby. Surv 458.38 Lean Lane, Surv Help 275.00 Clyde Burris. Same 250 00 Eric Eaton, Same 30.00 W. M. Clary, Ag Agt ..... 200.0(f Ruth IVimer, Hem Agt 158.00 David Troyer, Asst Agt 141.50 Nancy Cole, Ag Sec 275.00 Patricia Schmidt, Ag Ext Lbr 154.50 Philip Nichols, Co Cor 83.33 J. Carl Graf, Assr 416.116 Ruth Maines, Dep Assr 250.00 Emmert Sandman, Ci Twp Assr 625.00 Oliver Wheatley. Judge 200.00 Laura Law, Ct Rep 350.00 Velma Strong, Ct Blf 170.00 McAdoo Clouser., Prob Off 333.33 Fred Temple. Crthse Cust 250.00 Lola Webb, Same 50.00 Ruby Neal, Same 50.00 Lester Dodd, lnf Supt 150.00 Olive Dodd, lnf Mat 100.00 Hester Roler, lnf Help ... 100.00 Anna Hughes, Same 100.00 BJanche Cook, Same Mark Lewis, Same Robert Stoops, Co Comm .. .Veal Johnson, Same George Hartley, Same .... Horace Holmes, Co Att .... Arthur Barr. Co. Council .. John Barruni, Kami- George C'ompton, Same .... Garrett Gossard, Same .... James Harlow, Same .... Arthur Muggier, Same .... Edgar Weismilier, Same .. Frank Suite. Tax Adj lid . Harrison Sniilhson, Same .. P. .1. Scliinith, Same Harold Huffman, Same ... Koral Dark. Vet Off Mildred Brunk, Same Seer Maude Welsh, Co Nurse .. Tressa Coy, Nurse CI Ralph Wilburn, Plan Comm 250.00 Mildred Brunk. Same Seer 100.00 Joe Watson, PI Comm Atty . 300.00 Robert Heron, Civ.Pef 250.00 Sedora Clark. Wei Dlr .... 410.00 Mona Haskett, Wei Vis 261.38 Carolyn Perry, Same 307.50 Linda Hudson. Wei CI 2B0.00 Marjorie Kunkle, Same ... 250.00 Evelyn Bolinger, Same 250.00 Stanley Herbert, Wei Legal 50.00 Respectfullv submitted ORVILLE T. CLICK Auditor Tipton County 100.00 50.00 191.66 191.66 191.66 112.50 75.00 75.00 75.00 75.00 75.00 75.00 75.00 15.00 15.00 15.00 15.00 258.00 92.00 286.66 83.33 MEMORIAM Mr. Chase Harm an who passed away 5 years ago the 29th. They say time heals all sorrows and helps us to forget But time so far has only proved how much we miss you yet . God gave us strength to face it, and courage to bear the blow. But what it meant to lose you no one will ever know Sadly missed by, but not forgotten. Mrs. Chase Harmon and Children C-310, CARD OF THANKS . I wish to sincerely thank my relatives, neighbors, and friends; also the doctors and nurses of the Tipton hospital for their kindness to me while in the hospital and after returning home. Also for the blood donors, the flowers, cards and calls made. Oliver Baitz MEMORIAM In loving memory of our darling daughter and sister, Mrs. I Martha Ellen (Maxfield) Crouch, who passed away Sept. 30, 1939. Remembrance is a golden chain, Death tries to break But all in vain; To have to love, And then to part Is the greatest sorrow of. one's heart. Sadly, missed by her mother, Brothers and Sisters. C-311 By WILLIAM J, EATON United Press International WASHINGTON (UPI)—Organized labor is doing more-than ever this year to raise money and get out the vote for President Johnson's election campaign. The union effort is both a tribute to the .political skills of the Texan in the White" House and a protest against the candidacy of Republican Sen. Barry M. Goldwater of Arizona. "I have never seen our local leadership so 1 aroused," said one labor veteran from a union without a tradition of deep involvement in politics. The sentiment is repeated time and again by officials of the AFL-CIO and unaffiliated unions who have thrown manpower and funds into the drive io keep Johnson in office, i They claim, that union leadership and the rank-and-file are convinced that Goldwater's election would mean destruction of the labor movement and perhaps an economic disaster. Other labor spokesmen insist that Johnson — while not winning the hearts of union members the way the late President John F. Kennedy did—has made a reputation as a "can-do" Chief Executive by his f legislative record. . -. Pet Labor Villain Goldwater was a pet labor villain even before he won the GOP nomination because of his stand against the union shop and a proposal for restrictions on industry-wide bargaining. His voting record is listed as "100 per cent wrong" by the AFL-CIO Committee on Political Education (COPE). Johnson, while voting against labor's recommendations about 15 to 20 per cent of the time while in the Senate, is now viewed as a true friend by George Meany, AFL-CIO president, and other top union leaders. They consider his achievements in getting his program through Congress this year as little short of a miracle. It con? tained many bills that the AFL- CIO had been trying in vain to push through the House and Senate in the Kennedy administration. In addition, Johnson has invited the AFL-CIO high command to the White House on at least a half dozen occasions. Once he had 50 top labor leaders and their wives. He danced with every one of the wives- starting with Mrs._'Meany. This combination of practical results and personal wooing has paid off for the President. Meany is now making a circuit of union conventions to urge an all-out push for a Johnson victory. Conduct Vote Drive The AFL-CIO also is conducting a $1 million register-and- vote drive that is supposedly non - partisan but actually is geared to increasing the total of Democratic votes this fall. The federation's executive council voted only last month to allocate $250,000 more to this effort on top of a $650,000 fund collected by nickel - a-member assessments on AFL - CIO unions. An additional $100,000 was put into the pot by the AFL- CIO Industrial Union Department. At AFL - CIO headquarters, there is no great ear of a backlash at the polls by white workers who allegedly resent Negro advances. The higher- than-expected vote for segregationist Alabama Gov. George Wallace in working - class districts of Milwaukee, Gary, Ind., and Baltimore has been cited as reflecting a backlash. "Wallace did us a favor," said one union official. "He alerted the trade unions to a problem and now we can com- EXCELLENT, efficient and economical, that's Blue Lustre carpet and upholstering cleaner. Rent electric sham• pooer • $1.00 Carney's 6rug Store. . C-314 SEPTIC TANKS, toilet vaults vacuujn cleaned. Sewer ! and basement drains cleaned with electric cutting knives. Phone Elwood FE 2-2684. David Sewer Cleaners." ^C-tf CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends, relatives and neighbors for the kindness, sympathy and beautiful floral tributes extended at the death of our beloved husband and father, Mr. Ora E. King. | We especially wish to thank Rev. Arthur Davis for his comforting message, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bayliff for the beautiful music, all who acted as casket and flower bearers, and the Leatherman-Morris Funeral Holhe for their kind and helpful services. Mrs.; Grace King Mr. and Mrs. Robert King WORK FOR NOBLESVILLE WASHINGTON (UPI) — Firestone Tire & Rubber Co., Akron, Ohio, has been awarded a $2,218,839 contract for work including $87,044 tank rubber track shoe assemblies at the firm's plant at Noblesville, Ind. The contract was made by the Cleveland Procurement District of the Army. BUTTER SPREADS . Butter kept in the special butter conditioner of a new electric refrigerator-freezer stays at spreading softness. bat it" As a' result, the federation has distributed- thousands of circulars and pamphlets telling union members they need not worry about losing their jobs to Negroes because of the civil rights law. Cites Other Issues Issues involving control of nuclear weapons, social welfare and extremism will carry more weight than racial problems in the typical unionist's decision on how to vote, the official said. What is most surprising to old-timers in the labor movement is the number of life-long Republicans among top union officials who are defecting to the Democratic banner this year. . Maurice A. Hutcheson, president of the 850,000-member carpenters' union, is a leading example. Hutcheson never endorsed a Democrat • for president in his life until he came out for Johnson. What's more, he is using his union's magazine to denounce Goldwaterism and has started a drive to obtain voluntary donations of up to 2 per cent of annual salary from high officials of the carpenters. This is expected to raise $35,000 to aid Johnson and friendly congressional candidates from both parties. Foreign News Commentary By PHIL NEWSOM UPI 'Foreign News Analyst LONDON (UPI) — As both United States and British politicians come down to the wire in their national election campaigns, each provides evidence of how the world has turned. Here there is little talk of South Viet.Nam, nuclear weapons control, or whether the government attitude toward communism has been soft or hard. Instead, both Laborites and Conservatives tacitly agree that the issue will be decided on the basis ' of domestic problems — rents, housing, cost of living and social advances. It emphasizes the relatively new position of the United States in assuming responsibility for world affairs and the changed position of Britain, an island which still must trade to live but which no longer is the heartbeat of an empire upon which the sun never set. Thoughts Turn Inward In a sense it means that British thoughts have turned inward. "You must remember," remarked one thoughtful Briton', "that this country has gone through a series of shocks which might have turned another nation to extremes—either toward communism on the left or fascism on the right. It emerged successful from World War II only to see its empire disappear. It turned hopefully toward hopefully toward economic and political union with Western Europe only to be rebuffed by French President De Gaulle. But it did survive these shocks and today is riding a crest of prosperity which includes high employment and expanding production and which permits the London cab driver and his wife to spend their vacation at Ostend in Belgium. This is to the advantage of the conservatives of Prime Minister Sir Alec Douglas - Home who have been in power since 1951 and hope to remain there after Oct. 15. Seeks Middle Class Vote Labor seeks the vote of a newly prosperous middle class by promising action against soaring land prices and rents with all the vigor of a wartime operation. It seeks support of pensioners and fixed- income groups with promises of better social security benefits. It frankly espouses central planning by government. Upon this program the Conservatives hope to pin an "extremist" tag and they accuse the Laborites of attempting to turn Britain into a wholly Socialist state. But the truth of the matter is that both support a certain amount of central planning. 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