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Wednesday, Oct. 28,1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 5 CLASS IF! ED RATES 1 insertion 4c per word 2 ihsertions 7c par word 3 m**rtions 9c per word 4 instu-T.<ons 11c per word 5 insertions 13c per word 6 Insertions 14c per word Minimum rate — $1.00 Charges are al a reduced c«sh rate and apply if the bd is paid within 10 DAYS after the FIRST insertion. SERVICE CHARGE OF 25c WILL BE ADDED AFTER THE 10 DAY PERIOD. Advertisers should check rhetr advertisements in the First issue they appear and report any error at once as no- allowance can be made ifter the first incorrect insertion. BLACK LOCAL — FACE 15c per line. MEMORIAM — fine. CARD OF THANKS —*1J5 We p»r Call OS 5-2115 before 10:00 A. M. for insertion same day, nxcept Saturday—call before 9:00-A. M. CANCELLATION — UNTIL 10:03 A. M. DEADLINE. DISPLAY RATE Cass, per col. Inch 50c '< inch per mo. daily-— $18.00 Each additional inch _ $11.00 (RATE QUOTED ARE LOCAL) FOR SALE FOR SALE—8 x 36 2 bedroom house trailer, reasonable. Call OS- 5-2768 after 4. C-24 Worsted for Sale City, t .Tm and business properties. We have good buyers *cr fair priced properties. Call" or see Eugene Ritz at 0 RiTZ AGENCY 124 N. Main — OS 5-4813 Repossessed Furniture Take over payments of $2.75 weekly on 4 complete rooms of furniture and appliance. Full balance only $246. No money down. Just make the November payment. Consisting of 2 piece living room suite, 3 matching tables and 2 decorator lamps,. 4 piece modern bedroom including Mr. and Mrs. double dresser with tilting mirror, full size bedstead, and master size chest on chest, 5 piece dinette set including 4 heavy padded chairs. Refrigerator- Freezer combination and range. Ask for group No. ID 463. FURNITURE CJTY U. S. A. 2165 N. Sherman Drive, Indianapolis, Indiana. LI 5-5281. Delivery anywhere in Indiana. Open daily 9 to 9. Sunday 12 to 6. •FOR SALE—2 metal utility cabinets,, one antique love seat, one marble top chest and other small artides. Phone OS 56373 or 521 Walnut. C-22 FOR SALE—Good coats arid dresses size 10-12 and new shoes 7V->B. Boy's Navy blue suit size 12. New hand crocheted bedspread. OS 5-2022. P-21 FOR SALE—2 end tables and coffee table to match. Two matching lamps. OS 5-4277., P-21 FOR SALE—All types greeting cards—Special Christmas, 21 for $1.00 and up. Phone or come. 963-2451, Goldsmith. C-21 FOR SALE—A.K.C. registered Toy IFox Terrier puppies. Leon •Brandenberg, Sheridan PL 8-5924. P-21 FOR SALE—Duncan Phyfe mahogany dining room suite. Table, leaves, pad., 8 chairs and credenza. Phone OS 5-2922. C-21 rOR SALE—Spinet organ, excellent condition. Reasonable. US 5-6263. " C-tf SPINET ORGAN may be had by assuming small monthly payments. See it locally. Write Credit Dept., Box 172, Elkhart, Indiana. P-25 FOR SALE — Apples—Cider- Popcorn. Raiaien Orchard,, 2 miles *23t of Glreentown, turn -jcrth and follow signsl C-42 FOR SALE—Applet, - and cider. Smith Orchard, 1 mile north, J4 mile east of Sharpsville: C-tf IFOR SALE—Oxford rams, pure-.| bred. Reasonable. Gerald Fos-' ter. P-2i FOR SALE — Awnings, storm windows and doors. Ornamental iron. A. J. Butz. Phone OS 5-2646. C-tf FOR SALE—1,600 feeder cattle, 250 choice yearling steers weighing 600 to 750, 200 good holsteins, 1,150 calves weighing 300 to 550 lbs. These cattle are real good values. W. V. Palmer, Phone 873-2921, Mexico, Indiana. C-22 FOR SALE—Apples — Grimes, Jonathan Turley Delicious. On State Road 28. One mile east of Kempton road. -Mitzenberg Orchard. P-23 FOR SALE—1 sow and 11 pigs, 8 gilts, 6 boars all pure bred Hamps. Thomas Duncan. Ph. 963-2551. P-24 Singer Six Months Old $39.23 Full Price •\Talnut cabinet included. Make six payments of $6.54 monthly. Sews backward and forward, over pins, darns and mends, sews on zippers, monograms, appliques, equipped to zig-zag, warranty included. Call OS 52135. C-tf FOR SALE- Septic Tank. Call King, Windfall LY 5-3385'. P-29 FOR SALE—Water conditioners and water softeners. Russell's Dairy sales, R. R. 5, Tipton. Sharpsville phone 963-2550. C-tf FOR SALE—Apples " and cider Lester Illges, OS 5-6795. P-27 SPECIAL PRICE on all new por table television sets as long as present stock lasts. Wiseman Sales and Service, 108 Dearborn. •" C-26 FOR SALE— Pure apple cider 80c gallon. Jonathan, Red De licious, Northern Spies, Black Twig, all $2.50 ibushel. Harry Clark, Phone Sheridan PL 85514. Tues. Wed. Thurs. C-22 FUEL OIL WHITE GAS any amount at station' WEBB OIL CO. 215 S. Mam Tipton NuW IN BULK—Royster ferti lizer 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 FOR SALE—-Used electric dryer like new. Wiseman's Sales and Service, 108 Dearborn. C -21 MUSIC IN YOUR HOME. Pia nos — organs. Rental plans available. OS 5-6558., . s P-tf FOR SALE—One female Chihuo hua A.K.C registered.^ Other Chihuohua puppies, pure bred $15! 00 Phone 947-3204. P-22 LIVESTOCK KING SEPTIC TANKS and Sewer Cleaning at a fair price. Licensed and Bonded by Ind. ' Board of Health. Windfall, LY- 5-3385. P-29 FRONT END ALIGNMENT — Wheei balancing, RBERT Sinclair Seryire. Phone OS 57125. - C4f WANTED — Furniture Upholstering and Repair. Lawrence Picarrell. OS 5-1368. C-tf Portable welding. Phone 947-2279 Tony Hancock. Shop in Groomsville. P -43 - - GEN ERAL. MOT©RS CORPORATION ' . TRUCKS r*oa* V» TO «o TONS SERVICE MOTOR COMPANY INC. SERVICE CALL: BARNEY GOODNIGHT DAY: NITE: OS 5-4549 OS 5-6166 SERVICE MOTOR COMPANY INC. FEMALE HELP WANTED MAN WANTED, aged 25 to 40, married. $100. a week starting salary. Excellent chance for advancement. Call GL 7-8391 8 to 9 p.m. GL 2-1970 8 to 9 p.m. P-22 HELP WANTED HELP WANTED FEMALE— Cook, 5 days a week, experience not necessary. Apply in person. Higgins Nursing WANTED—Ride t o Chrysler 6:48 a.m. - 3:18 p.m. Robert Butcher. OS 5-4255. - C-22 WANTED—Live poultry. A. L. Show, Greentown, Indiana. Phone 628-3875. C-40 HORSE AND PONY SALE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 7:00 P.M. ANDERSON SALE BARN. C-21 Gilts all sold. We have extra good S.P.F. Hampshire boars. Bill Findling. Phone LY 5-3575. C-tf YOU MAY RENT a piano as low as $5 per month. Mrs. Ted Sharp. OS 5-6263. RAddick Piano Co. C-tf USED CARS FOR SALE—£ood '55 Chevy, 6 cylinder, automatic. Phone OS 5-4464 or contact Steve, Letsinger. P-23 FOR SALE—19G2 Mercury Comet, good running order, extras, good tires. Price $600. Phone OS 5-6599. Parke Hoover. C-tf For- tour Car Need* See THE EMBUM OF OUAUTY ^ ,2B 5. Wert St. Ph. OS 5-4941 Tipton FOR SALE—New 1965 GMC pick-up, 5 tires, 8 foot body wide side, 127 inch W/B, cyl.j oil filter, air'cleaner, fuel filter, air flow heater and de froster. $1,795. Service Motor Company, Inc., 123 S. Independence, Tipton. C-tf FOR SALE—Quality used cars THROGMARTTN AUTO SALES, 704 w. Jefferson St. SERVICES TYPING Anything from letters to laundry lists typed accurately on good quality bond. Reason able rates. Call OS 5-6947 after 4 p.m. P-24 MILLIONS of .rugs have been ' cleaned with Blue Eustre. It's America's finest. Rent electric shampooer, $1. Carney's Drug Store. C-24 SEPTIC; TANKS, toilet vaults vacuum: cleaned. Sewer and basement drains cleaned with electric cutting knives. Phone Elwood PE 2-2684. David Sew er Cleaners. C-tf Home C-21 WANTED FOR RENT FOR RENT — Upstairs apart .ment unfurnished. Gas, water and garage. 446 N. Main. P-21 Stamp Issued Saluting Role Of Homemakers LEGAL NOTICE AUVKKT1SE.MEXT i'OR HII1S Notice is herein given that the Board of Trustees of the Tipton County Memorial Hospital of Tipton County, Indiana will receive bids for supplying the hospital with one GAS ENC11NE DUIVKX PACKAGED WATER CHILI,EP, one CHILLED WATER PUMP, one COOLING TOWER, and one CENTRAL STATION AIR HANDLING UNIT. The specifications outlining this equipment are on file at the Hospital and may he reviewed by ail interested parlies. Bids will be received at tli« hospital not later than 7:00 p.m., EST, on the 9th day of November, 1904, at which time and place all bids will be publicly opened and read aloud as soon after the above named hour as possible. Bids received after this time will be returned unopened. Your bid proposals shall be properly and completely executed on Indiana State Form of Proposal No. 1*5 with non-collusion affidavit attached. A certified check in the amount of 5% of the amount hid is to accompany the bid.The checks will be returned immediately .to the unsuccessful bidders and Unsuccessful bidder will have his check- returned when the installation of the equipment is completed. The Board of Trustees reserves the ripht to reject any or all bids and to waive informalities or obvious errors in bidding.. BOARD OF TRUSTEES, TIPTON COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Hilton Hobbs-President Ralph McMulIan-Secretarv Carl Scudder Floyd Collins C-21-2fl IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of James E. Harris who- passed away 2 years ago today, October. 28, 1962. Today brings memories Of our loved one gone to rest He will never be forgotten By the ones who loved him best. Sadly missed by his wife Chloe >B. Harris., children, grandchildren. Foreign News Commentary By K. C. THALER = United Press International LONDON (UPI) — An East European diplomat, angered'by the unceremonious ouster of Nikita Khrushchev from supreme Soviet power, summed up his feelings in these words: Our friends in Moscow will have to practice more self-restraint, unless they want to convey the impression to the outside world that in the last 40 odd years of Soviet rule Russia has been run by traitors, maniacs, murderers and fools." He was referring to the debunking of Josef Stalin, the ouster of his immediate successor Georgi Malenkov, and the dismissal of Khrushchev. In each case the new regime in the Kremlin was out to destroy the reputation and belittle the achievements of its predecessor. Russia's allies are becoming increasingly sensitive to these practices and feel they reflect unfavorably on their own Communist regimes and leaders. Anniversary Approaching Next month Russia celebrates the 47th anniversary of her revolution. During this half century purge upon purge has decimated the ranks of Soviet leadership, down from the Kremlin to the army and low level officialdom. Stalin ousted -Leon Trotsky, the creator of the Red army, branding him an arch traitor. When Stalin—venerated as a god-like creature during his life-time — died in 1953, he was carried/to his burial place in the honored mausoleum in Moscow's Red Suare only to be thrown out of it in disgrace several years later by Nikita Khrushchev. The debunking of Stalin was accompanied by official disclos- NATIONAL WINDOW By LYLE WILSON United Press International The national security aspect of the personal tragedy that overwhelmed presidential assistant Walter W. Jenkins should remind Republican campaigners that they have been slow to follow up on alleged security lapses in the State Department. The story of these lapses is filed in U.S. newspaper offices under the name of Otto iF. Otepka. Otepka was chief of the evaluation division in the State Departments's Office of Security. Secretary of State Dean Rusk ordered Otepka fired in 19S3 for a variety of reasons but for a well-identified specific cause. The cause: — Otepka had leaked to the U.S. Senate Internal Security Subcommittee his fears that security precautions in the State Department were going to pot. Otepka believed the State Department was going to pot. Otepka believed the State Department was taking on persons for sensitive jobs without adequate or any security check. Tighten Security Checks Otepka believed there was evidence of derogatory information against some of these em­ ployes with access to sensitive areas . He wanted to tighten security checks. In the process of Otepka's rebellion against what he regarded as the lax security proceedings in the department as presided over by Rusk, Otepka passed information* to the Senate subcommittee. On one or more occasions Otepka prepared questions for the committee counsel to ask Otepka's immediate superior when the latter testified. Such conduct won Otepka enemies in the State Department. He was proving himself to be a difficult fellow. So the The Alpnac By United Press International Today is Wednesday, Oct. 28, the 302nd day of 1964 with 64 to follow. The moon is approaching its uation has gotten worse, been new phase, corrected or, whether it even J The morning stars are Jupi- has been noted at all by the de- ter, Mars and Venus, partment brass. This is a ques- 1 evening stars are Saturn er question is whether loyalty to country can overshadow loyalty to a job and warrant an employe in leaking department secrets to a congressional committee: ' > ' Another question is. whether State Department security procedures did go to pot, as Otep­ ka alleges, and whether the sit- tion in which American citizens. have the most urgent interest, i Dodd Defends Otepka The Republicans were hollering last summer about the Otepka case but it slipped away from them as did so many other issues. About a year ago Sen. Thomas J. Dodd, a Connecticut Democrat, defended Otepka simply because he had testified honestly before the Senate subcommittee. Dodd recounted the department's campaign to get Otepka. They began to restrict Otep­ ka's functions, Dodd said. They tapped his telephone and began to monitor his* waste paper basket. Finally they locked Otepka out of his office, denied him access to his own files. And Dodd added this barbed observation: "No one suspected of espio-. nage or disloyalty has to my, knowledge been subjected to such surveillance and humiliation. But Mr. Otepka was not suspected of disloyalty or espionage. He was suspected very simply of cooperating with the Senate subcommittee and of providing it with information that some of his superiors found embarrassing or objectionable." !sa VOTE Pa PARENTS OF DAUGHTER Mr. and Mrs. Elwyn Schulenburg are parents of a seven pound, 13 ounce daughter, Laura Ann, born October 13 at Mercy hospital, Elwood. She has a sister, iPam, two years old. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Tragesser, route 5. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Emory Schu- and Jupiter. On this day in history: In 1886, the Stature of Liberty was dedicated on Bedloe's . Island in New York City. In 1918, the Czechoslovakia National Committee in Prague proclaimed the ^independence of the Republic Czechoslovakia. In 1919, following the lead of the House, the Senate passed the Volstead Prohibition Enforcement Act over the veto of President Wilson. In 1958, the College of Cardinals elected Pope John XXIII to serve as the 202nd pontiff of the Catholic church. A thought for the day? At the opening of the second Ecumenical Council Pope John said: "Christ is ever resplendent as the center of his history and life." Otepka case is all snarled up lenburg, route 4. Paternal great in numerous questions. One of.|grandmothers are Mrs. Paul them is whether a department j Schulenburg, Tipton and Mrs. can function with employes who (August Winkel, Harbor Beach, a"re disloyal to the boss. Anoth- Mich. AMBULANCE SERVICE... anytime Day or Night Our Two Ambulances Are Fully Equipped With Oxygen *lJoung. - yjiclioii HOME FUNERAL 216 W. Jefferson OS 5-4780 A commemorative p o s t a ge stamp saluting the role of Homemakers has been issued in Honolulu , Hawaii as a part ures of his crimes and failings of the National Extension during his reign. The god-like Homemakers council m e e ting [creature was brandedd a crimi there. Approximately 75 Home Demonstration club members of Indiana are attending the annual meeting on. the Islands this week. They may be mail- nal who had used every maniac device to pervert honest and effective government. Malenkov Disgraced Malenkov who succeeded him ing back first day covers of!was dismissed from supreme the commemorative stamp with'power for incompetence and the issue date. This will be of reduced to the ranks, to run in interest to their relatives and total disgrace a power station friends, especially to those who,in the interior of Russia. collect stamps. In attendance at the national conference from Tipton county are Mesdames 'Frank Meister, county president; Joe Henderson , county treasurer, Hubert Henderson, Sherman Bolinger and Glenn Paul. The stamp is a tribute both to the Extension Homemakers groups and to the 50th anniversary of the passage of the Smith- Lever act. This legislation opened the way to improved home life throughout America by providing home economists to advise women in various phases of homemaking. The colorful five-cent stamp When Khrushchev took over and pushed through his policy of destalinisation'he was hailed in Russia as a liberator and the first man to allow a breath of fresh' air penetrate into the hermetically sealed- Soviet concentration camp. 'Having thus led the "new ] Russia" for more than a dec- lade, he was suddenly ousted this month on - the grounds of senility, hair - brained policies and mistaken strategy. These developments seem to bear out the East European diplomat's complaint that on its own admission the Kremlin has been led for many decades simulates the needlework of a'past by either maniacs or un- sampler. It depicts a farm j balanced, incompetent politi- scene in which husband, wife.eiaus. and small son. stand beside their home watching their cows 4,000 home demonstration graze peacefully. A deer and a agents. The National Extension pond of ducks complete the'Homemakers council meeting scene. • . will be held at Purdue Univer- The National E x t e n s i on sity on August 10 to 12. Tipton Homemakers council is made county members will join other up of approximately 700,000 members from over the state members, many of whom serve 'in making preparation for this as local leaders to assist some'event. FOR HERBERT OFF DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR COMMISSIONER SECOND DIST. Your Support Appreciated Election November 3,1964 Grandson of Jacob G. Off County Commissioner 18 Years Jacob Off was a PIONEER of Tipton County . . . serving <as Postmaster of Jackson while in Saw Mill business. He was a COUNTY SUPERVISOR and COUNTY COMMISSIONER for 18 years continuously. Jacob was president of the group when the courthouse was built. Herbert Off will give the same efficient, courteous service his grandfather gave before him. ELECT HERBERT OFF FOLLOW TRADITION! (I'ald rolltlcal AdvrrllNrmenl) ESTATE AUCTION 60 ACRES ALL OR PART By virtue of an order of the Hamilton Circuit Court in the State of Indiana,., the undersigned Co-Executors of the estate of Roland C. Foland, deceased, will at the farm, at R. R. 3, Noblesville, Indiana, at the hour .of 1:30 p.m. on the 11th day of November, 1964, sell at public auction, for not less than its full appraised value, certain real estate of said decedent, described as follows to wit: Beginning at a point l,317Vz feet east of the Southwest corner of the East Half of Section Twenty-nine (29), township ninteen (19) north, range five (5) east, running thence north 160 rods, east 60 rods; thence west to the place of beginning, containing 60 acres, more or less. Wednesday, November 11th, 1964 Vi mile N., 1 mile E. of Noblesville on old 32 blacktop. One of the best located 60's with frontage of 120 rods on front and back of land, suitable for development. Will offer improvements with 5 acres or more and also unimproved tracts and frontage. Land is all tillable, highly productive, improved with 7 room, 2 story, \ bedroom house, full bath, built-ins in kitchen, original walnut Hnish, new roof, aluminum siding and storms, basement with oil furnace, 4" well with submerged pump, water to fields and barn, wrap-around enclosed back porch, front porch, 60 x 40' barn with cattle racks, large metal implement shed with concrete floor, large poultry house has been used for handy-man quarters, larage with workshop, brooder house, land has been in soil bank with idle fields in clover and permanent pasture. Ideal for subdivision now or in the future as farm fronts on old 32 and Field Drive at the back. Absolutely sells to settle estate. Loan companies =ager to loan on this one. Terms: S2.000 down if sold as a whole, balance on or before March 1st 1965. $500 down on each tract if sold separately. At the same place beginning 12:00 Noon will sell Household Goods, Hand Tools, Some Miscellaneous Farm Equip-, ment. Lumber, Pony and.Saddle, Dinner Bell.and Miscellaneous Property. Lunch will be served. Not Responsible for accidents. Clip for reference. Only runs once. ALETHA BECK AND CEDRIC FOLAND, Co-Executors of ROLAND C. FOUND Estate Campbell, Malan, Kyle and Proffit, Attorneys. Foland and Lewis Realty and Auction Service, Inc. Auctioneers PUBLIC AUCTION NEW PHILCO TV'S and APPLIANCES As we are closing out our "TV Town" sales room, we will sell the following, located in the old airport hangar.at 3701 South Lafountain (across from Leath's) Kokomo, on FRIDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 30 at 7:00 P.M. New Philco 1965<and 1964 model TV's in both 21 #/ color and 23" black and white? all kinds of cabinets and styles; portable 19" TV's; Stereo's with and without AM and FM radios; table model- radios; conventional wringer washer with double tubs; conventional washers; automatic washers and dryers; small transistor radios; 12, 14 and 16 cubic foot refrigerators with large freezer compartments;"30" electric range; 13 and 15 cubic foot upright deepfreeze; 19 cubic foot chest type deepfreeze; all of the above are new Philco products; electric knives; new scatter rugs; 4 used TV's and 1 used refrigerator. AUCTIONEERS NOTE: This is a 'wonderful opportunity to get a new color or regular TV or other Philco appliance. TERMS: CASH OR ON THE SPOT FINANCING WITH NOTHING DOWN IF YOU HAVE APPROVED CREDIT. NOT RESPONSIBLE IN CASE OF ACCIDENTS. May be inspected from noon Friday to time of sale. . WAREHOUSE SALES, Owner Roy L. Crumt, Auctioneer Kokomo Phone GL 74238 (Please clip this ad as it will not ippoar again) 1 FALL CLEARANCE SALE October 28 thru November 4 Was Sale S2.515 Sl,795 1,290 895 875 3,325 5,200 4,395 4,050 2,850 2,150 1,095 895 1,275 NEW MACHINES Int. Cub Lo-Boy tractor w/hyd bucket loader Int. No. 21 40' elevator w/12'8" rec. conveyor Int. No. 70 Cub Cadet w/mower Int. 2MH corn picker USED TRACTORS 1964 1-606 utility w/314 mtd. plow (60 hours) 1963 I-460D utility (800 hours) 1959 F-560D 1958 J.D. No. 620 w/314 mtd. plow 1956 F-400O 1952 A-C WD w/loacer 1950 Ford 8N w/hyd. Bucket loader 1943 Farmall M w/P.S. and loader USED COMBINES 1956 MH. No. 60 10' S.P. 1.850 1956 MH No. 80 12' S.P. w/chopper 2,350 1949 MH No. 26 10' S.P. 995 . I.H. No. 64, I.H. No. 76, A.C. No. 66, and MH NO 50 pull types 250 PLOWS AND DISCS I.H. No. 512 semi-mtd. 850 I.H. No. 412 414 semi-mtd. 700 I.H. No. 311 314 F. H. semi mtd. 465 I.H. No. 8 314 pull type (very nice) 165 I.H, No. 35A 10'6" wheel disc 475 I.H. No. 35A 10'6" wheel disc 375 MISCELLANEOUS MACHINES AX. chopper aneTblower w/hay •and corn head 850 I.H. Mower; F.H. 300 Case PTO manure spreader .400 695 2,595 4,690 3,990 3.495 2,195 1,695 645 715 1,095 1,395 395 95 .625 ~M5 390 125 390 285 495 215 215 ARMSTRONG FARM EQUIPMENT SWAYZEE, INDIANA ' Phone 921-4341 ! 1 UP TO FOUR CROP YEARS TO PAY

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