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

Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, October 5, 1964
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Monday, October 5, 1964 THE TlPTQK DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 5 - CLASSIFIED RATES 1 iivttrtion 4c ptr word 2 insertions 7c per word 3 mwrtions •_ 9c per word 4 insoit.vons 11c per word 5 insertion! 13c per word 6 insertions 14c per word Minimum rate — $1.00 Charges are at a reduced c«sh rate and apply if the ltd is paid within ID 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 once as no allowance can be made lfter the first incorrect insertion. ——^— BLACK FACE LOCAL — 15c per line. " MEMORIAM — 10c p*r fine. CARD OF THANKS — fl J5 Call OS 5-2115 before 10:00 A. M. for insertion same day, iwcept Saturdays-call before !i:00 A. M. CANCELLATION — UNTIL 10:12 A. M. DEADLINE. 1 DISPLAY RATE Cass, per col. inch 50c 1 inch per mo. daily $18.00 Each additional inch . $11.00 (RATE QUOTED ARE LOCAL) •FOR SALE-^Maternity dresses, Excellent condition, size 12-13 OS 5-4037. C-2 FOR SALE—3 used upright forced air gas furnaces, also one used upright oil furnace. Odell and Rose Plumbing and Heating Co. OS 5-4545. C-3 APPLES, $1 per bushel. Pick your own. Bring bushel basket. Smith Orchards, 1 mile North, Vi mile East of Sharpsville. C-6 FOR SALE—5-23" console General Electric televisions, ?200. up. Must move NOW. See us for best prices. Also 1965 models now in stock. J. A. Carter's Sons', Hillisburg. C-3 USED MACHINERY 1—101 Combine with Grain = and Corn Head, 1—80 Special M H Combine, 1—90 Special M H Combine, 1—1958 Oliver Super 88 Oliver Diesel Tractor, 1— JDA Tractor, 1—13-7 IH Drill, 2—2.M H Corn Pickers, 1— Woods Bros 1-row Picker, 1962-FC 170 Jeep Truck, 1— 1963 Ford V2. Ton Truck. Clean up Price on Cub Cadets at $489.50. All Machinery Repaired and Guaranteed. Liberal Terms. J. G. Romack & Sons, Sharpsville, Ind. C-l FOR SALE—Hamilton gas clothes dryer, excellent condition, electric.sweeper, various sizes storm windows. OS 5-6988. C-314 FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE FOR SALE—Septic Tank. Call King, Windfall LY 5-3385. P-29 FOR SALE—Modern 2 bedroom home, hard wood floors. 338 . Poplar, Phone YU 4-4786. P-3 FOR SALE—Apples. Jonathan, Northern Spies and Grimes. Harry Clark, Sheridan. PL 8-5514. C-l FOR SALE—.80 acre of land with 4 room house and bath. $6,000. West edge of Hobbs on State Road 28. See, call or write Ralph Leininger, 1022 East Hoffer Street, Kokomo, GLadstone 2-6839. P-6 FOR SALE—Apples and cider. Lester Illges, OS 5-6795. P-3 FOR SALE FOR SALE—Spinet organ, excellent condition. Reasonable. OS 5-6263. . C-tf NOW IN BULK—Royster fertilizer from our new overhead bins! No waiting in line! 4-ton spreaders available. For plow down or wheat fertilizer call Adler's Seeds, Inc. 963-5397 C-21 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 5-2135. 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 FOR SALE—Apples and cider Smith Orchard. 1 mile north Vi mile east of Sharpsville C-1 tf FOR SALE — Awnings, storm windows and doors. Ornamen tal 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-3 FOR SALE—Top quality feeder pigs. Phone 2 on 89, Atlanta. C-tf FOR SALE—Eggson Road 19." -1 mile south P-4 FOR SALE — Magic Chef table top range, good , condition $10.00; also Simmons single bed, complete. OS 5-4554, C-112 FOR SALE: Used Machine No. 50 John Deere Sheller No. 10 JD Corn Head Wagon Gear with heavy duty • hoist 2 ME IHC Corn picker J. A. Carter's Sons, Hillisburg. C-l FOR SALE: Speedy Corn Cribs Kill Bros gravity beds. J. A. Carter's Sons, Hillisburg, Ind. C-l FOR SALE: 1965 Portable General Electric TV's Enjoy the series with a new one. We Service General Electric Appliances. J. A. Carter's Sons Hillisburg. J C-l FOR SALE—Apples — Grimes Jonathan Turley Delicious. On State Road 28. One pile east of Kempton road. Mitzenberg Orchard. P-23 •FOR SALE—Mums. 5 miles So, i of 28 on 31, West of the East ; Union Church. 50c you dig. 65c we dig. Bring shovel and containers. 10 o'clock till dark Sunday 1 o'clock till dark. •".V: C-4 FOR SALE—Toy, terrior pups male, 1 female, White. OS 2212. C- USED CARS FOR SALE—1957 Chrysler, $250 20 shotgun, bolt action. OS 5 6229. P-3 For Your Car Needs See THE EMBLEM OF QUALITY .20 S. West Si. Ph OS M941 7ip*si> FOR SALE—Quality used cars. THKOGMARITN AUTO SALES, 704 W. Jefferson St. 1960 ' T-BIRD for sale. P. S.. P. B., radio and heater. Will sell or trade for older model car or truck. Phone Atlanta 192. C FOR SALE—'60 Chevy $775; '57 Chevy St. Wag. One $450, other $395; '55 Chevy $125; '57 Chevy. $325; '58 Ford $285; '59 Buick Con. '58 Buick $475; 1 Pickup Chevy truck. Floyd and Jim's U. S. C, 333 Sweetland. See after 4 P.M. P-4 :v24 IIP TOWING SERVICE CALL: BARNEY GOODNIGHT DAY: OS 5-4549 NITE: OS 3-6166" SERVICE MOTOR COMPANY INC. FRONT END ALIGNMENT — . Wheel balancing, EBERT Sinclair Servire. ^— "° * 7125. Phone OS 5- C-tf SERVICES—For plumbing and heating call O'Dell and Ro'.e OS 5-4545! 518 E. Jefferson. C-tf FARM DITCHING, bulldozing, back hoe work, pan work, Black top dirt, 7 yds. $14.00 Phone J & W excavating. Tipton OS 5-6381, Alexandria 7242104. C-tf KING SEPTIC TANKS and Sewer Cleaning at a fair price Licensed and Bonded by Ind Board of Health. Windfall, LY 5-3385. P-29 FOR. RENT—3 room furnished apartment, all utilities, redecorated OS 5-4922 after 4. C-tf Gossip TV CAMEOS: Dennis Weaver How the Deputy Busted Out of Jail WANTED KITTENS-CATS — $3.00 EACH WANTED—Litter mate Kittens 3 to-6 months old; 3 or more to the litter. Cats, 7 months to 3 years old, weighing at least 3 pounds each. Must be healthy. State number and age of animals .when writing for delivery date. Pitman-Moore Division of the Dow Chemical Company, Zionsville, Indiana. PUPPIES — $4.00 EACH WANTED—Litter mate puppies 3 to 6 months old, 4 or more to the litter, weighing at least 10 pounds each. Must be healthy. State number and age of puppies when writing for delivery date. Pitman-Moore, Division of the Dow Chemical Company, Zionsville, Indiana. MALE HELP WANTED WANTED—Man 21-40 years old for truck driver and delivery, Apply in person from 9 to 4. Town and Country Food, Tipton. C-l By JESSE BOGUE UPI Financial Editor NEW YORK (UPI) — Civic officials, firemen, and insurance company executives join'forces during the current seven-day period of October in observance of what could be called [stop-loss week. . * Lest this be I confused with something named for a stock market operation, it is more properly and widely known as fire prevention week. The groups named above would welcome everyone's help in reducing by the end of 1964 the dollar* total which went up in smoke, as compared with last |year. In 1963, according to an estimate made earlier to the National Board of Fire Underwriters, the nation's losses were $1,405,558,000. A C 0 r p oration .with assets that large would |have ranked 100th of all the business concerns in the United States last year. It was the highest dollar amount in history |for loss from this cause. Through August in 1964—and this figure was compiled before totals were in on the recent disastrous fires in California— fire losses were $931,662,000, about 5.9 per cent below the lev- |el for the first eight months of 1963. The objective of the current week is to call attention of business, industry, the home - owner, apartment dweller, to the staggering extent of fire costs, and how to guard against destruction. To properly evaluate effects of fire prevention campaigns, insurance men note, the loss figure covers damage only to buildings and to contents. In .the past few years there have I been more buildings constructed, housing'more goods; there .has been a rise in value of |buildings and their contents as a result of decreasing dollar values. The NBGU says that the loss of property burned' each I year, in relation to the total quantity of goods subject to burning, has declined. And there have been some [advances in built-in safeguards against fires in industry and in homes, and against their spread once ignited. HELP WANTED FULLER BRUSH territory open in your county. Full or part time. For more information write to 2417 Pinehurst'Lane, Kokomo, Indiana. C-3 LIVESTOCK CERTIFIED Hampshire boars, ready for heavy service. Good selection of gilts, registered or commercial. Phone Atlanta 25. J. W. Ralph Bishop, R. R. 4, Tipton, Indiana C-2 FOR SALE—Hampshire Boars. Ray Webb, 3 miles east of Arcadia. ' P-4 SERVICES PORTABLE WELDING SERVICE. Tony Hancock, Kempton. Phone 947-2210. Shop in Groomsville. P-7 FROM wall to wall, no soil,at all, on carpets cleaned with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer, $1. Carney's Drug Store. C-6 Pfttf »7 »TO«OTON» SERVICE MOTOR COMPANY INC. SEPTIC- T A HKS, toilet vaults vacuiun, cleaned. Sewer'and basement drains cleaned with electric cutting knivej. Phone Elwood FE 2-2684. David Sew er Cleaners. .C-tf WANTEDFqriitture ,JI|M1- sfettng 'aaCEepair. Lawrence PicxnB, OS 5-4388. C-tf Real-Estate Wanted Client wants 3 bedroom modern—Pay $1,000 down, $75 monthly—East or West of 31 as far as Tipton but North of 28. Price range $10,000 to $11,000. Call or write Edward A. Hect, Realtor, 10 Sooth ijth Street, Noblesville, Phone PR 3-3700. FOR RENT 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 FOR RENT—Modern downstairs 2 bedroom apartment. OS 52734 J C-2 YOU MAY RENT a piano as low as $5 per month. Mrs. Ted Sharp. OS' 5-6263. Riddick Piano Co. C-tf FOR RENT—Extra nice apartment, available Nov. 1st. 222 Walnut St. Shown by appointment. -H. A. Smithson. OS 52922. C-3 Foreign News Commentary By WILLIAM J. FOX United Press International Notes from the foreign news cables: ' Johnson-Khrushchev Meeting: The city of Strauss waltzes and gemuetlichkeit on the Danube-Vienna-is being discussed as the site for an anticipated meeting next year between President Johnson and Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev. Of course, any such session rests on whether or not Johnson is re-elected. If he is, European diplomats 'anticipate the two men will get together early in the new year, probably in the spring' of 1965. Vienna is the [place where the late President Kennedy met Khruschev in the spring of 1961. The atmosphere turned ugly when the S o v i e t leader I attempted to bully the newly - elected American Chief Executive. Khruschev failed then to browbeat Kennedy, and .he is expected to fail again if he tries any such tactic on Johnson—who has been in the political wars a much longer time than his predecessor. However, Johnson may have problems of a different sort if he goes to Paris later this year to address the NATO council and tries to squeeze in* a meeting with French President Charles de Gaulle. French officials say De Gaulle w_on't $tand still for any such play. If Johnson makes FOR RENT—Modern 2 bedroom Home. Tile floors, gas heat. 1& car garage. No small children. Call after 5 p.m. Richard Meeks, 723 Mill St. C-3 IN MEMORIAM George L. Wilburn who passed away. October 5, 1962. '' • For that house to be with Jesus, For that home so bright and fair, For that land that's filled with gladness, ' And we'll find no sorrows there Sadly missed by the families IN MEMORIAM Marianna Trimble Belding who passed away May 11th-1962. For that home to be with J-qsus, IFbr that home so bright and fair For that land that's filled with. 1 gladness, And we'll find" no sorioies there. Sadly missed by the families By ED MISUREU. 'TVE wanted to do my own show for a long time now," said soft-spoken Dennis Weaver. 'It's a' normal thing for an actor to want to do something different after playing the same role for nine years." The slender TV star, in New York to beat the drums for his new NBC-TV series, "Kentucky Jones," was referring to his long: - running: characterization as Chester in "Gunsmoke"—a part that has brought him fame and such material possesions as a $250,000 home on a $50,000 . hilltop overlooking the San Fernando Valley on the West Coast, and a. reported $1,000,000 for some of his residual rights in the oatburner series. «_ » • WEAVER WAS NOT complaining outwardly about Chester but it has long been rumored that he was dissatisfied with his."second fiddle" role as Matt Dillon's limping deputy. The tone in his voice when he mentioned the part conveyed ' more than his words. You got the impression that he was more than happy that it was behind him. As Norman Macdonnell, ex- produfeer of "Gunsmoke," said a while back, "Denny wants to be the top man—the star—of his own series, and he won't v be happy until he "finds out whether he can make it or not." Bearing out this observation were two occurrences in recent yaars when Weaver let it be known that he was leaving "Gunsmoke" for good—at one time to M.C. a Variety program called ,"TV Tonight," and a second time when he did a pilot called "The Giant Step." • * * ON BOTH OCCASIONS, after these shows failed to attract the required attention to get on the air, he made his way back to the Dodge City jailhouse and the Long- Branch saloon to chat with Miss Kitty and Doc. Then last August, according to Weaver, he took time off again from his "Gunsmoke" chores and made an NBC-produced pilot This led to his starring role in "Kentucky Jones" as a widowed horse trainer who 'adopts a nine-year-old Chinese orphan. The series debuted about two'weeks back." j .... "xhe thing that appealed to me- about the series," said Weaver, "was the caliber of the 'writing. It's top notch. Then, too, I've always liked horses Since he's a horse lover, there's an extra dividend for Dennis Weaver in his new series, "Kentucky Jones." He plays a trainer. since I was a kid on a farm. In fact, I own three race horses at present. That the series' happened to have horses in it is sort of like the cherry on top of the ice cream. "After having done 11 half- hour segments to date I feel that our show has dimension. Although it is basically comedy, we can go to melodrama or poignant material in future shows. '.'I'm very well satisfied with our Saturday night time slot, 8:30 to 9 p.m. We're up against Lawrence Welk on one network and "Gilligan's Island," a new series, on another. I feel certain that we will do all right." • Doing all right has been part of Weaver's makeup for a good number of years now. Born in Joplin,- Mo., June 4, 1924, he showed himself to be a tough competitor in high school, where he set track and field records which still stand. After a year at Joplin Junior College he joined the naval reserve and went into service. He was discharged as an ensign in 1945. In 1946 Weaver enrolled at the University of Oklahoma, majoring in drama.' The six- foot, two-inch, athlete became a decathlon star. After his graduation in 1948 he tried out for the Olympic team at Bloomfield, N.J. He placed sixth among 36 entrants. Since Bloomfield was but a short hop to New York City, Weaver looked up an aetor friend he had known in college. This led to an understudy's job in "Come Back Little Sheba," which starred Shirley Booth. When the show went on tour, Dennis went along- with it in the role of Turk, a young - javelin thrower. Following . an appearance with Shelley Winters in "Streetcar Named Desire" he went into films and appeared in a number of movies. His role in one of these, "Seven Angry Men," led to his selection as Chester in "Gunsmoke." Looking over his luxurious home and his three sons—ages 15, 11, and 5 —: disporting in their own swimming pool and on their own tennis court, Weaver can now nod gratefully at the departing' Chester and smile happily in the direction of the oncoming- Kentucky Jones. Distributed by King Features Syndicate Wall Street Chatter NEW YORK (UPI)—Kenneth B. Smillen and Kennth Safian of Purcell, Graham & Co. be- live the 'market will behave during the next few months the same way it has over the past few months. They feel momentum of the bull market should continue to be carried by cyclical stocks alternately resting and rising and by a small group of growth stocks. Leslie M. Pollack of Reynolds & Co. feels the failure of the Low-Jones rail average to confirm the industrial "breakout has been balanced by renewed odd lot selling on balance. Pil- lack says this, plus other factors, has contributed to the present stalemate. Wright Investigators' service does not expect a major bear market to begin until sometime in 1965 and feels that switching into cyclical issuse should prove rewarding in;1970. Bache & Co. says that after the Dow-Jones stocks refresh themselves they could well lead the entire market higher. Tipton County Library open Monday-Wedncsday- Friday till 8:00 p.m. C-tf Want Ads Pay How to liven up a lunch box Meat—cheese—egg—almost any '<ind of sandwich tastes new and wonderful when you use Kraft Sandwich Spread. Now In a handy new wide-mouth jarl Sandwich Spread a' meeting with De Gaulle the main purpose of a visit to Paris,' the French president I will .gladly play host. But if' the |American President seeks a meeting with De Gaulle on the sidelines of a NATO appearance, it will be a major political blooper from the French viewpoint. Malaysian Confrontation: Indonesia's "confrontation" policy against Malaysia seems to have passed the high point .of belligerency for the time be- |ing. It reached its high water mark with last month's' air drop .of 100 paratroopers on the Malayan peninsula. 'Malaysian officials in Kuala Lumpur believe Indonesia's President Sukarno was all set then to announce I the establishment of a guerrilla base and the recognition of a puppet revolutionary government. But radio communication between the* paratroopers and Jakarta failed, and most of them were killed or captured by Malaysian security forces. . This crushed Indonesian hopes |for the time being. Since then, Sukarno and other leaders have gone abroad, Indonesian propaganda against Malaysia has been tonde down, and the military confrontation gambit has leased off — at least temporarily. It is expected to remain quiet while Sukarno remains ^abroad—where he is attending ,the' second summit meeting of unaligned nations which began today in Cairo. Keep Tipton at the Top! Give to the Tipton Com munity Fund! C-l DUROC HOG SALE At Tipton County Fairgrounds, one-half mile' south of Tipton, on State Road 19, on .. Saturday, October 11), 1964 SHOW 4:00 P.M. — SALE 7:30 P.M. Unrelated Boars and Gilts from Several Good Herds. A Real Good Place for Farmars To Buy. Indiana Diiroc Breeders Assn. LEO C. CRAIG, Delphi, Indiana, Sac'y With a $5.00 or More Order Preston Lean Meaty Neck Bones 19 5lb .MorrellCanned 6 Packs Solid Yellow SUPER MARKET

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