The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 19, 1965 · Page 5
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1 r Monday, April! 9,1965 THE TIPTON QAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 7 To Work CLASSIFIED RATES 1 Insertion _____ 4c per word 2 Insertions 7c per word 3 Insertions - 9c per word 4 Insertions 11c per word 5 Insertions —_ 13c per word 6 Insertions 14c per word Minimum Rate— 51 .00 Charges are at a reduced cash rate and apply if the ad 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 once as no allowance can be made after the first incorrect insertion. BLACK FACE LOCAL— 15c per line. MEMORIAM—10c per line. CARD OF THANKS—$1.25 Call OS 5-2115 before 10:00 e.m- for insertion same day, ixcept Saturday—call before »r00 a.m. CANCELLATION — UNTIL 10.00 A.M. DEADLINE. DISPLAY RATE Class, per col. inch 90c 1 inch per rr>o. daily—$18.00 Each additional inch ..$11.00 (Rates Quoted Are Local) REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR SALE— i pedroom modern home, just completed. Gas heat, Youngstown kitchen cabinets, marlite in bath, hardwood floors. Tipton Lumber Co., OS 5-4882. C-tf HOUSES, GABAGES, UTILITY BUILDINGS—Factory to you. No down payment. 3 bedroom house $4,450 only $39 per ssonth. Includes heating, plumbing, wiring cabinets. Carages as low as $395 only. $10 per month. Write to Upright Buildings, Inc., Route 2. Lafayette, Indiana. P-185 FOR SALE—4 acre tract. Has 5 room dwelling. Large chicken house for commercial egg production. Reasonable price for quick sale. Contact Eugene : Ritz, Ritz Agency, 115 N. Main Tipton, OS 5-7417. C-169 FOR SALE—In Kempton, 3 bedroom modern .house, garage, carport, on nice corner lot. iBuilding lots South of Kempton and on State Road 28. Sam Boyer Agency, Kempton, Indiana, phone 947-2583. C-169 FOR SALE—3; bedroom, 2 bath dwelling. Gas hot wateriheat. 2 blocks from town.. Immediate possession. Contact Eugene Ritz at Ritz Agency, 115 N. ..Iain, Tipton, phone OS 5-7417. C-169 FOR SALE Singer Four Months Old $36.08 Complete Balance Assume six payments of $6.01 monthly. Beautiful walnut cabinet included at no extra charge. This machine monograms, appliques, mends, darns, sews over pins, sews forward and backwards, equipped to zig-zag, warranty included. Call OS 5-2135. C-tf FOR SALE 1964 J. D. No. 110 Riding ' Mower. 1964 F-706 Tractor (380 hours) 1959 F-560 Tractor (Very " Good). 1959 Case 700D Tractor 1958 Case 411B Tractor w/Hyd. Bkt. Loader) 1958 A.C. D-17 Tractor (New Paint, A-l) 1954 Farmall SuH Tractor 1943 Farmall M W/P.S. Case 414 MTD. Plow IH No. 412 414 Plow IH No. 540 414 Plow IH No. 311 3l4 Plow IH, Kewannee & Cockshutt Wheel Discs 4 Row Rear-MTD. Case Cult. 4 Row IH Front & Rear MTD. Cult. 10' Fert. Distributor 40' Elevator (Re.al Good) 1953 Chev. TVi-f. Truck w/bed & hoist (low EQUIPMENT miles) 1953 Int. 1V.-T. w/bed & hoist (very good) ARMSTRONG FARM . Swayzee, Indiana Phone 922-7941 "Up to Four Crop Years To Pay" FOR SALE—Plywood paneling, 4' x 8' sheets from $2.95 to $5.95 per sheet. While it lasts. , lipton Lumber Co., OS 5-4882. . • ' C-tf JOHNSON MOTORS Starcraft and Johnson boats, Gator trailers and marine accessories. LEATHER'S BOAT HOUSE, 1823 No. A. FE2-5162. Elwoou. C-tf FuR SALE—Spinet organ, excellent condition. *easoaabl» OS s-626* C-tt GOOD THINGS TO EAT For sale, .Red and Golden Delicious apples. Smith Orchard, 1 mile North, V* mile East of Sharpsville. C-tf FOR SALE—1964 model Lawn- Boy lawn mowers at reduced 'prices. Wimer Sales and Service, Tipton, Ind. C-M-W-F-171 FOR SALE—Aluminum siding, awnings, storm windows and doors. A. J. Butz, phone OS 52646. C-tf FARM IMPLEMENTS FOR SALE—Tractor with Wagner double acting 5 foot bucket; A. C. 90 combine—worn out; John Deere 40 foot elevator and 12 A New - Idea spreader; E 411 chopper; 1V_ ton Dodge truck. Dan Mattingly, OS 5-6987. P-170 LIVESTOCK FOR SALE—Three nice Polled Hereford cows, calf in October. Barney Paul, Phone OS 5-6973. P-171 FOR SALE—Young Holstien bull, tested and ready for service. Phone OS 5-6519. C-169 USED CARS FOR SALE—For the best buy on a new Mercury or Comet or Safe Buy Used Car, see or CALL HAROLD MUNDY, OS 5-6471. Albright Auto Sales, 1501 South 10th, Noblesville, Indiana.-PR 3-2390. C-Mon-Wed-Fri-tf FOR SALE—Quality used cars. THROGMARTIN AUTO SALES, 704 W. Jefferson St. BAXTER MOTORS. CLEAN USED CARS. 120 S. INDEP. TIPTON C-tf BUY NOW for Spring and Summer pleasure. Select one of these convertibles: 1963 Spider, 1964 Chev. Super Sport, 1964 Olds. Cutlass, 1960 Karmen Ghia, like new and 1963 Pontiac LeMans. Service Motor Company., Inc., 123 So. Independence Street P-169 FOR SALE—1954 Ford V8 2 door hardtop. Phone OS 5-2272. C-169 NOW IS the time to Buy! 1964 ©Plymouth 'Fury, 1964 Bonn. 4 door hard top, 1963 Ford Gal- axie f. b., 1963 Electra, 4 door sedan, 1963 Plymouth Valiant, 1961 Chev. Impala 4 door, hard top, air. Service Motor Company, Inc., 123 South Independence Street. P-169 For Your Car Needs See • THE EMBLEM Or CUAIITV 120 S. West St. Phone OS5-4941 Tipton (•Ml GENEOAL MOTORS . coRPnRATion TRUCKS PROM V_ TO M TONS SERVICE MOTOR COMPANY INC. SERVICES DX GAS and oil, tires, batteries accessories, minor tune-up, lubrication, washing. Free pickup and delivery. Phifer's DX Service, Road 19 South and Hamilton . County line. Russell G. Phifer, Owner, C-tf WANTED—Furniture upholstering and repair. Lawrence Pickerel!. OS 5-4358. . C-t£ HANNAH'S husband Hector hates hard work so he cleans the rugs with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer, $1. Carney's Drug Store. C-174 MALE HELP WANTED BE INDEPENDENT. Seil Rawleigh products in City of Tipton. Steady good earnings year around. Write Rawleigh, Dept. IND-380-187, JTreeport, HL . P-157-169 MAN WANTED — Opportunity - for process and tooling engineer. Applicants in sheet metal, machine parts fabricating and assembly will be considered. This job offers a broad variety of work from departmental layout to engineering shop liaison. Oakes Manufacturing Co., 516 Dearborn, Tipton, Indiana. Phone OS 5-2185 •I ' C-169 j MEJJ QUALIFY l-OR HIG UPAYINO JOBS IN CONSTRUCTION -.earn to operate construction equipment _uch M- Bulldozers, Tnruapull-, Dr&cllnes, Back-toes and scrapers. Includes POWER SHIM EQUIPMENT. Actual training on the equipment of your choice. Send name, address, telephone and hours at home to: UNITED SCHOOLS 130 East SOlh Street Indianapolis, Indiana WANTED WANTED—Party who borrowed 36 and 24 inch pipe wrenches. Please return to Charles Grimes, 210 South East. C-169 WANTED—Ironings. OS 5-6286. P-172 WANTED—Ironings. OS 5-2261. P-169 WANTED TO BUY USED PIANOS Highest prices paid. Phone Anderson 644-6495, collect.. P-189 SPRING TIME is scrap cleanup time, and your market in Tipton is Levi's (scrap yard). Buying complete cars—trucks —farm tractors, heavy iron, cast stoves and furnaces, lead, copper, aluminum,'zinc, brass etc. P-169 FOR RENT •FOR RENT—Clean carpets and color brilliance are the results of Hoover shampooing. Rent electric Hoover sham- pooer. Compton and Sons. 3-H-C-171 FOR RENT—Mobile .home 10 x 50, furnished, will furnish fuel oil, electricity, gas and water. Phone OS 5-4721. C-169 HOLLYWOOD (UPI — Tom Weiner, 18, and Dennis Kepler, 17, rocked 75 hours each in the famed Hollywood Palladium as a highlight of a teen-age fair which ended Sunday night. "I'm just going to go home and lie down," said Weiner'af­ ter he and Kepler came to rest in their rocking chairs. The youths claimed they set a new rocking record. WASHINGTON (UPI)—About 4,000 Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) gathered here today ' for the society's diamond jubilee Continental Congress, dedicated this year to "American values — past and present." During their five-day meeting, the ladies planned to elect new national officers, consider new policy statements, hear speeches and a message from' President Johnson, and conclude with a grand ball. ' ALMANAC By United Press International I . - | Today is Monday, April 19, the 109th day of 1965 with 256 to follow. The moon is approaching its last quarter. - ! The morning star is Saturn. The evening, stars are Mars and Jupiter. Glenn Seaborg,; the American nuclear chemist, was born bn this day in 1912. ; On this day in history: , In 1775, the American Revolutionary War began. I • In 1933, the United States abandoned the gold standard. In 1951, General. Douglas MacArthur made his much quoted comment that "old soldiers never die; they just fade away." He was closing his military career by addressing a joint ses sion of Congress after being recalled from Korea by President Truman. In 1956, movie star Grace Kelly married Prince Rainerjof Monaco. I A thought for the day: The Greek fable writer Aesop _said "it is not only fine feathers that make fine birds." Foreign News Commentary EDITORS: UPI foreign news analyst Phil Newsom is traveling. In his absence the foreign news commentary will be written by various UPI staff members. Foreign News Commentary By WALTER LOGAN United Press International Notes from the foreign news cables New Angli-American alliance: British military sources are suggesting that if a Viet Nam peace settlement proves impossible it might become necessary to form an Anglo-American military alliance for the whole o£ Southeast Asia. While the United States is pre-occupied with Viet Nam, British forces are tied down in Malaysia to guard against threatening Indonesian aggression. Coordination of the effort—beyond the mere political alignment — is considered necessary if the conflict continues with no end in sight. FOR RENT—Unfurnished apartment, 345 N. Conde. Inquire at Jim's Barber Shop, Atlanta. C-tf YOU M'AY RENT a piano as low as $5 per month. Mrs. Ted Sharp. OS 5-6263. Riddick Piano Co. C-U MISCELLANEOUS SEPTIC TANKS, toilet vaults vacuum cleaned. Sewer and basement drains cleaned w$h • electric cutting knives. Phone Elwood FE 2-2684. David Sewer Cleaners C-tf PORTABLE WELDING. Tony Hancock, Kempton, phone 947-3832. P-176 FRONT END ALINGMENT — Wheel balancing. EBERT Sinclair Service. Phone OS 57125. C-tf In Re Estate of Peter C. Altherr, Eugene Altherr, executor. Proof of mailing notices filed. Publisher's affidavit of final notices filed. Submitted on executor's final report. No objections having been filed, evidence heard. Final report approved, all as per order.- iln Re Estate of Lewis F. Miller, Ruby Cloe Skelton, executrix. Inventory and' appraisement filed. Petition to rent house and operate farm business, filed, submitted and granted as per order. Petition to sell personal property filed, submitted and granted as per order. !One man was arrested and five others had court proceedings begun against them in Circuit Court, last weekend. Police arrested Paul George, 19, Taft street, Friday evening for reckless driving, driving without an operator's license and ho-registration. I Three youths who are_ charged with assault and battery and assault with intent to rape, had bonds of $1,000 each for each count set in court action Thursday. The trio included Michael Bess, Eugene-Richards and Glen Rhoades. , . \ ' j Roger Hefner and Ray Capshaw had a pauper attorney appointed for them in Friday court action. The pair are charged with burglary and theft of property under $100 value. They \yere arrested March 10, for breaking into the home of-Samuel E. Miller, RR 1, Atlanta, and making away with firearms valued at $7£. Stanley Herbert was appointed as their attorney. Russian Mind Changing: Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei A. Gromyko apparently is willing after all to discuss the Viet Nam conflict when he comes to Paris April 25 for talks with French leaders. Originally the Russians made it known they wanted this left out. Now they say Gromyko is willing to discuss "all important world problems." He expects to spend four days and will meet with President Charles de Gaulle and Premier Georges Pompidou as well |as Foreign Minister Maurice Couve de Murville. Unwanted Malaysia: Indonesian hosts to the tenth anniversary celebrations of the first Afro-Asian conference ! at Bandung will be doing a lot of lobbying this week to exclude Malaysia from the forthcoming second Afro-Asia parley in Algiers next June. The Indonesians have the support of Peking, Hanoi and Pyongyang and probably will focus on Middle East and African delegates to spread the view their Southeast Asian neighbor is still under the British lion's paw. One • invidious Indonesian comparison: Use of British • Gurkha troops in Borneo vs. employment of white mercenaries in the Congo. | Standing Room Only: Look for a warm welcome for ties. Thus far the Viet Nam sit uation which has put a shadow across Soviet-American relations hasn't touched the cultural front. But at the end of ; the expected to loose new blasts against the United States. Spring Third Worst In Natures History (EDITOR'S NOTE: A cruel winter set the stage for the Midwest's worst flooding in this century and, in a devastating whim of nature, the Midlands also were buffeted last week by the third worst tornadoes in this nation's history. The following dispatch discusses the causes and effects of nature's one-two punch.) By WESLEY G. PIPPERT United Press International The long, hard winter. That; simply, is the reason for the century's worst floods in the Mississippi Valley. The water spilled indiscrimi- nantly over the lowlands. Where there were buildings, the, basements filled and the structures were flooded.' Where there were dikes and levees, water crawled up. their, sides. • From 'Minnesota's Twin Cities to the. Hotel Mark Twain in Hannibal, Mo., thousands were driven from their homes. More thousands toiled around the clock with sandbags and rescue operations. It was the hand of fate —and the whim of nature- thai some of the century's worst j tornadoes hit about the same time. • 37 Tornadoes The cyclonic band curled around the southern edge of Lake Michigan a week ago Sunday. Thirty-seven times, from Wisconsin to Ohio, funnel clouds dipped out of sultry skies and left behind death and destruction. The floods and the tornadoes combined to give the nation one of the worst weeks in its history from the standpoint of natural disaster. More than 250 persons died, most of them in the tornadoes. More than half died in Indiana alone in the state's worst tragedy ever. Thousands . of other persons were injured throughout the Midwest, chiefly from the twisters. i The cost of the tornadoes and the floods probably is inestimable. Astronomical Figures A figure of a quarter of a billion dollars was arrived at for the tornadoes, with "Indiana Gov. Roger Branigin placing damage in the Hoosier state at minimum of 100 million. Minne sola Gov. Karl Rolvaag said "very preliminary estimates" from the flood damage in his state amounted to $38 million. The worst tornadoes on record in the nation occurred in 1925 in Missouri, Illinois and Indiana, with 689 dead. The next worst took place in Alabama in 1932, with 268 dead. Last week's were the third worst. Then the floods came. The mighty Mississipppi rose to record heights in. Minneapolis and St. Paul, surpassing even the flood levels of 1952. Up and down the 'Mississippi and its tributaries, the story was the same. Record crests. And the end was not in sight today. Johnson Toured Area President Johnson made a flying visit to the Midwest disaster areas in midweek and promised "maximum assistance" from the federal government. At the end of the week, he said youth involved in his war against poverty would be available to help. . Nearly every governor in the Midwest proclaimed states of emergency in the wake of floods or tornadoes. Last winter, was one of record cold and snow in the upper Plains. Nearly all of the nation had one of the most ferocious winters in memory. | The cold added to the potential treachery of the snow.iThe ground froze so deep and solidly that, long after spring finally came, It was unthawed and unable to absorb moisture. The water ran off over frozen ground. What might have served to replenish exhausted subsurface moisture supplies instead added! to! the already swollen streams. "GHOST PATROL" PROTESTS—State Police officer Hank Henderson examines an old fashioned gun belonging to Dennis Hoggarth (left) In Sacramento. Calif., at a hearing on a bill to ban training of private guerrilla-type "armies." I Hoggarth. of Garden Grove, la commanding officer of the "Ghost Patrol." and with him Is Nick Utt, quartermaster. The "Ghost Patrol." based at Knotts Berry Farm. Buena Park, protests the bill. Conference Next Step Towards Viet Nam Peace By DONALD R.SHANOR United Press International UNITED NATIONS, N. Y. (UPI) — An international conference on Cambodia appeared today to be the next major step in a negotiated settlement. of the Vietnamese war. Secretary General Thant suggested Thursday that the meeting sought by Cambodia to guarantee its neutrality would be a good place to discuss a settlement in neighboring Viet Nam. The subject was discussed in Washington during British Prime Minister Harold Wilson's one day of talks Thursday with President Johnson. The possibility of such a "back door" approach to Viet Nam talks remained open, though fraught with difficulties. Wilson has suggested that a long - proposed international conference on Cambodia might be used as a vehicle for discussing the Vietnamese war at the same time. He met with Thant at the U.N. on Wednesday. Talking with newsmen,. Wil­ son strongly supported Johnson's Viet Nam policy but said Britain could not take part in the war ibecause of her own heavy military commitments in Malaysia. ' At the U.N., Thant made it clear that! Communist China's present opposition to any U.N. role in Viet Nam ruled out either a U. N. arranged cease­ fire in Viet Nam or a peace mission on his part to Hanoi and Peking. But Communist China already has approved the Cambodia conference, as has the Soviet Union and France. Washington has not yet indicated its feeling on the matter. Despite Peking's opposition, Thant said, "I shall continue my efforts to find a peaceful solution of the Viet Nam problem." ; And, he said in a talk to*the U.N. Correspondents' Association, "I feel that my usefulness has not ended. If ever I believe that my usefulness has ended, I will not hestitate to request the Security Council to recommend to the General Assembly a new man to take my place." A U.N. spokesman said thu referred to "the performance of his functions as secretary general as a whole," not just his role as a Viet Nam mediator. The Tribune Advertise In NOTICE All lot owners in Fairview Cemetery wishing to save their winter wreaths and grave blankets remove them at once. We arc going to clean all lots starting April 22nd,. CEMETERY BOARD M0N-TUES-V Sunshine Farm BUTTER VED SPECIALS IGA 2% MILK «_ 49* Buyer's Special BREAD ! J LOAVES Manor House . .• COFFEE . _> $ D9 DuPont PAINT *4" Yacht Club ! 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