The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 5, 1962 · Page 7
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Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, April 5, 1962
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» 1 THURSDAY, APRIL 5,1962 • THfe TIPTON DAILY TBIBUNC- PAGI 7 BifV SBLTRADE RENT HIRE HELP 4 <M irl Classified Rates 1, tOMrtion . — 3c per ward 2 insertions •_• 5c per 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 Block Face Local __15c per line CARD OF THANKS — $1.00 • 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 added 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 SALE-REAL ESTATE FOR.SALE — One Gravely Model L tractor, 5 hp, air cooled, 4 cycle one cylinder engine, has the following attachments, sickle mower, rotary plow attachment, cultivating attachment and other attachments if desired. Can be secured Irom.tiie mfg. or distributor. If interested, see or call Jesse E. Mcintosh, 334 No. Independence, Tipton and call any time after 5:30 p.m. P-Thu.-Mon.-161 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR SALE — 13x24 and 10x28 tractor .tires. $15.00 each. 9635956. . C-160. HEAD LETTUCE PLANTS, now ready for planting. Other garden plants coming on at Tipton Greenhouse,. 119 Cleveland Street. Phone OS 5-4450. C-tf. LIVESTOCK FOR SALE — House and income, located in the 400 Block on Mill Street. First floor quarters consist -oi large living room, dining room, two bed rooms, bath, kitchen and gas floor furnace. Priced reasonable. Now vacant, move right in. R. A. Cardwell, Realtor, 410 E. Washington St., Phone OS 5-2527. P-160. FOR REAL ESTATE & RENTALS Consult JOE ROSS or JOHN B. BARRUM. C-tf FOR SALE in Arcadia—2 bedroom house, modern except heat. Very cheap down payment, n e a r school. YU 4-2034. C-160. SEE LEWIS D. HARPER for Real Estate- Sale and Listing. Insurance Loans. Phone OS 5-60G0 and OS 5-6139, 121 South Independence Or see Albert McCord. Ph. OS 5-4063. C-tf WE HAVEJS'OW 450 calves of all weights. Arriving April 6 and 7, we will have 325 more calves. These calves weigh from 300 to 550 pounds, and are the very best of quality. Thome Cattle Company, 1 mile north of t Marion on State Roads 9 and 37.' C-160. FOR SALE — Hampshire hoars. 1 mile west of Tipton. Emmert and Don Sandman. • P-163 FOR SALE — 3. Holstein heifers heavy springers. Ralph Wilburn. OS 5-6954. C-160. FOR SALE — 60 feeder pigs. Mort Nash. OS 5-6535. C-159 FOR SALE — Three pure bred Hamp. boars, ready for service. Thoma^s A. Duncan, Sharpsville, Ind. Phone 963-2551. P-159 CHICKS Day Old. On order only. Order weeks in advance. McDonald's Hatchery and Hardware, Sheridan, Ind. C-Th.nF-S-160 WANTED M & M Candy Route Spare or Full Time Good Income No Selling or Soliciting Responsible persons to own and operate new M&M dispenser business in this area. Limited distributorship available. We supply all locations 6 hour spare time. Car and minimum investment of $796 required. Write giving resume, references and phone number to General Manager P. O. Box 462 Haddonfield, N.J. FOR RENT — 5 room modern in country. Write Box "P" care of V Tribune. P-158. tfRVICES WRECKER SERVICE Day OS 5-4549 HOLIDAY} OS 5-6166 Service Motor Co. FOR RENT — 3 room apartment m Atlanta. Phone Atlanta. 175. ' P-158 FOR RENT — Modem 4 room upstairs apartment. OS 5-4409. Ctf FOR RENT — Unfurnished apartment. Close in. Call after 4:00. OS 5-6554. P-161 FOR RENT — 3 furnished rooms. 416 E. Jefferson. No pets. Call OS 5-4547. P-160. FOR RENT — Clean, inexpensive, • unfurnished apartment. OS 54283. V C-160. LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICE OF J-LBI.IC HEAKINti a Notice ia hereby given that the Ix>- crl Alcoholic Beverage Board of Tipton County, Indiana, will, at !> A.M. on the latn day of'April, 1M62 at the Coijimissloners Room, Court House, in the City of Tipton, Indiana in. said Counts*, begin investigation of the application of the following named person, requesting the issue to the applicant at the location hereinafter set ou't, of the Alcoholic Beverage Permit of the class hereinafter designated and will, at said time and place, receive information concerning-the fitness of said applicant, and the propriety of issuing the permit applied for to such applicant at the premises flamed: Doris A. Swieringa (Package Store) Beer, Liquor & Wine Dealers, 111 W. Jefferson St., Tipton, Indiana. SAID INVESTIGATION WILL,. B13 OP13N TO THE PUBLIC AND PUBLIC ' PARTICIPATION IS KEQUEST- jlNLMANA ALCOHOLIC BEVER- AXiS^fOM.MICSION. By \V. F. Condon, Executive Secretary ; Joe A. Harris, Chairman. C-152 •'•'•• C-158 FOR SALE — Lots 120 x 125 on State Kd. 31. Kempton Wl 7-2224. P-168. FOR SALE — 5 room modern corner lot, gara-je, spacious rooms, in good repair. Phone OS 5-4805 .between C and 7 p.m. P-1G0 FOR SALE GLIDDEN PAINT SALE Spred Satin f. . $5.69 gal. ;•'eg. $6.69) Japalac Enamel $1.85 qt(Reg. $2.85) Many Other Specials! TOLLE BROTHERS, INC TtPTON, IND. Ph. OS 5-4635 1 PUPPIES - 54.00 EACH WANTED: Litter mate PUPPIES 3 to 6 months old; 2 or more to the litter; 'weighing at least 10 pounds each, or over. Must be healthy. State number and age of puppies when writing lor delivery date. PITMAN-MOORE COMPANY Biological Laboratories, Zionsville, Indiana. C-Mon-tf. WANTED — Ironings.-Reasonable price. OS 5-6727. C-164 C-164. WANTED.— Ironings and baby sitting in my home, by day or week. Phone OS 5-6731. • C-160 WANTED — 2 or 3 bedroom house. OS 5-6857. C-tf. WANTED — Someone to care for elderly lady in your home. Write Box "Q" care Tipton Tribune. P-158. FOR SALE One owner — new car trade ins. Used cars, convertibles,. station wagons, trucks. We also trade down. Largt selection to choose from. Don Ross Motors, 120 So. West. Phone OS 5-4941. G-tf Station Wagons, Used Cars. Baxter Motor Sales, 120 South Indepeh- •i dence. C-tf (FOR SALE — Quality used cars. T1IROGMARTIN AUTO SALES, 704, W: Jefferson St. - C-tf FOR.' SALE —Kool-Ven't Awnings. Storm Doors and windows, Alu- mihuffl sidir\g. ' A." J. T3uTz, OS 5-2646^. C-tf. FOR^rSALE — Siegler oil space hefter: 'Like 'flew: T? price.' OS 5- 293D. '• ; C-160 FOR,- SALE — Aluminum awning, 6 % 22. OS 5-2634. -••^ "P-161 FOR- SALE — Philco Refrigerator, several other articles. Trella Coppock, 429 North'Main.' " P-160." 1961 ZfG-ZAG CABINET Repossessed, $38.42 Complete Beautiful cabinet " model "ZTg-Zag sewing machine. No attachments t neaded. Sews en burtons, makes j buttonholes, monograms, appli- ques, makes many beautiful die- signs, and is ' guaranteed. Full-] balance due $38.42. Take over I payments of $5.24 monthly. Call OS 5-6042. C-tf. FOR SALE — Good, used recondi- tiosed T-Vs. $29.50 and up. Tice's \ " ;•-.' • "t-tf, ANYj BOY'bR- -GIRL in Tipton County, interested in 4-H ponies see! Oscar "HtfoVer "at "Hpdver'ir 1 Hoosier 'Pi&iy iFarm. Registered and gifade" Will finance without intercs.t^nyj.after.4-H fair. Purchase pr^ce;. guaranteed if sold at 4-H fair 'sale. C-T-Th.-S-154 i FOR.SALE — 3 good used painted I doors, standard size, 4 small windows, Cheap. Call OS 5-4181. 4 MIMEOGRAPHING — Marjean Haley. OS 5-2443 or- OS 5-4053. C-178 WANTED —. Upholstering. Carl Miller, 731 North Independence. Phone OS 5-4616. Ctf PORTABLE WELDING SERVICE Tony Hancock, RR 3, Tipton. Phone Kempton YVI 7-2210. P-175 KEYS MADE.-head lights adjusted. Ebert Sinclair Service. Phone 5-7125. C-ThurSj-Fri.-Sat.-tf WANTED TO. BUY — Used pianos any type. Phone OS 5-4927 or write Arthur Frawley, 714 N. East St.j Tipton, Ind. P-160 / : ASPHALT PAVING — Drives, parking lots, basketball courts, Carter Construction and Asphalt Co. Reverse charges FE 2-5809, Elwood. C-tf. WANTED TO BUY WANTED — To buy fea*her beds. Send name and directions to Box F. care Tipton Tribune. P-168 WANTED—Fence building. Experienced. Call Tucker i.Maxey, OS 5-6208. ' • '•• • P-163 MALE HELP WANTED WANTED — Male clerk, Railroad ; office, typing required. OS 5-2520 or OS 5-4079 after 6 p.m. P-160. FEMALE HELP WANTED ENJOY USING AVON? Others do too! Become their representa.tive. Write: Ruth Teter, P.O. Box. 53, Chesterfield, Indiana. C-160. SALESMEN ATTENTION MEN: Serve consumers with Rawleigh Products in Tipton' Co. or City of Tipton. Musi iiave desire ,to earn $100 per week and up. Write Rawleigh Dept. rND-360-27, Freeport, tlli- , nois. , P-Thur .-158-170 MISCELLANEOUS TRI KAPPA RUMMAGE sale. Easter parade headquarters, April 5-7. Tarns. East Jefferson. C-157 $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. LP. Gas Service OR INSTALLATION No Equip. Charge (100 lb. bottles) Prompt Service #>hone OS 5-2054 TEN BROOK SALES, INC. 114 So. Mair. S). Tipton Indiana SEPTIC TANKS, toilet vaults vacuum cleaned. Sewer and basement drains cleaned with electric cutting knives. Phone Elw.ood FE 2-2684. David Sewer Cleaners. C-tf WANTED — Television and radio repairing, service calls. Antenna installation and repair. Parts and service guaranteed. Ralph R. Beck. Phone OS 5-6782. C-tf GENERATORS AND STARTERS rebuilt, complete brake service. Ebert Sinclair Service. Phone OS 5-7125. 720 East Jefferson. Ctf WANTED TO RENT WANTED- to rent or buy. Modern house in country. Prefer it not to be over 3 miles out. Write 3ox "C" care Tipton Tribune. P-tf FOR RENT FOR RENT — 2 room furnished apartment with kitchenette. Perfect location,- newly decorated. Simpson, 304 South Main. C-160. FOR RENT — Unfurnished apartment good location, new decoration, gas furnace, kitchen cabinets Phone OS 5-4110. C-tf. FOR RENT—Modern 4 room apartment. Heat furnished. 223 Ash St. OS 5-4127. C-tf. FOR RENT—Semi-modern 6 room close to Tipton. Write. Box W, care i Tribune. . . Ptf FOR RENT—Three! room apart- meat, furnished tor unfurnished? Utilities paid. Call••• Swap- -'and CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank the nurses, nurses aids, my doctor for their services, my neighbors and friends who looked after my home while I was away, the Jefferson Township fire department for the flowers, all who sent cards and called to see me ai the Tipton County Hospital. All were greatly appreciated. —Mrs. Cora Jones. PRETTY SHOOK UP MUSKEGO, Wis. (UPI)—Tavern keeper Charles McGuire and 10 patrons dived for cover Tuesday when a wheel . from Jonathan Lemke's car smashed through his plate glass window. Nobody was injured ibut McGuire said "the house had to buy several rounds—some of the people were pretty shook up." _ ..... jir.-...... Tackle. Rail Problems f ARM NEWS .,, i|y GAYLORD P. GODWIN United Press International WASHINGTON (UPI)—The Agriculture Department today estimated the cotton carryover on Aug. 1 at 7.7 million bales, up a half million bales from the carryover a year earlier. In a review of the cotton situation, the department said the cotton supply for the 1961-62 crop year includes a crop of about 14.3 million bales, a beginning" carryover of 7.2 million bales, and imports, plus city crop of around 200,000 /bales. Consumption for the current .marketing year was estimated at 14 million bales. This included domestic mill consumption- of 9 million bales and exports of 5 million ibales. Estimated domestic consumption at about 9 million bales compares with 8.3 million bales consumed, last season. Per capita mill consumption of cotton for calendar year 1961 was about 22.3 pounds, doO/n about 3.9 per cent from 1960. Except for 1958, this was the lowest since 1935. • Mill consumption of man-made fiber per capita for calendar year 1961 was about 10.9 pounds, up 4.8 per cent from 1960. The Agriculture Department has warned livestock .producers in the Southwest that warm weather is creating ideal conditions for the spread of screwworms,. a pernicious livestock pest. The agency said screwworm flies, no longer confined to southern 'areas by cold weather, can be expected to head north, west, .and east, seeking' wounded animals in which to lay their eggs. Ford* Service Specialists STEW HAINES GARAGE Stew Haines • Phil Burk Complete Auto Service On All Makes . Front End Alignment j ; » Wheel Balance Phone OS 5-4500 ' : New Modern Shop 614 E. North •., /, .-• Tipton; (EDITOR'S HOTE: Representatives of the nation's roil, roads and of five union* of, ;o» train railroad employes opened negotiations in Chicago this week. A key issue in the talks ' is 'a | presidential - commission's recommendation on how to solve some of me problems which! have plagued railroads for years. The following dispatch examines the background of some of the problems afflicting the industry.) By WILLIAM P. GRUBER United Press International CHICAGO (UPI) — When rail and union officials began talks in Chicago Monday on work rule changes, they took sides on one of the many problems that,have afflicted the nation's railroads for years. The industry is rapidly nearing the point where its very survival under private ownership depends on a quick solution of these ills, rail men say. Since the .turn of the century, railroads have. seen nearly every phase of their operation deteriorate despite the spending of i billions of dollars to improve service and modernize facilities. ] iResolving the work rules dispute "would be a good start, but certainly' not a cure-all," Clair M. Roddewig, president of the Association of Western Railways (AtyR), said today. J, Ernest S. Marsh, president; of the Sante Fe Railway, added that government ownership might be inevitable unless remedies are found for such problems as over- regulation, unequal taxation and the inability to set competitive rates with other carriers. Not A Monopoly Another rail official said jthe government must stop treating railroads as if they were "a monopoly — which we haven't been for many years." j When the Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC>. .was. created iin 1887, railroads handled practically all of the nation's freight and passenger business. Trie ICC was set up .to protect the public from monopolistic abuses frequent in those days. Figures compiled by the ICC and the AWR indicate the railroads have slipped far from this position of supremacy. 'Last year, railroads hauled 44 per-cent of all inter-city freight traffic. As late as 1929, they •abjed 75 per cent. Passenger business was down to 27Vi per Cent from 77 per cent in 1929. Other transportation . media have, increased their share. Freight carried by trucks' jumped more than 3Vz times, since 1946. Tonnage on rivers and canals rose jfour' times. Air" travel by 1960 totaled nearly six times that of 1946 and travel by private auto rose 2Vi times Kail freight carloadings, often used by economists;, as a short- term business index*-totaled about 30 million tons in i960 against 53 million tons in 1926. Farther and Faster , The capacity of freight cars has increased since those days, however, and today's trains go longer distances at faster speeds. As a result, inter-city freight traffic rose from 607 billion ton-miles in 1926 to 1,320 billion in 1960. Roddewig believes the decline in carloadings is an alarming symptom of the rail industry's health. Carloadings have slid almost one million cars a year since World War II, he said, from 44.50i.000 in 1947 to 28,584,000 last year.' . "If that trend continues for another 15 years, we won't have o enough to keep going," • he said." "unless someone faces up to the situation, it's just a question of time." . As 'business declined,' railroads have tried to slash their expenses by cutting back facilities. Unprofitable passenger trains were removed and: others consolidated. Miles of operated- line track fell from 429,000 in 1929 to 217,000 in 1960. Total freight cars owned by railroads slipped from 2,305,000, to 1,660,000 and passenger cars from 53,216 to 25,800. The number of employes was cut from 1,664,000 to 780,000. -The industry's payroll, however, rose from $2.8 billion to $4.9 billion, although the 1960 -total was below the $5.4 billion paid out in 1951. Wartime Boom (Major exceptions to this downtrend occurred during the. World War II and Korean War years. Railroads carried 97 per cent of alt troop movements and. 90- per cent of all military freight traffic during World-War II when shortages of materials hampered other carriers. With the nation's rail plant cut drastically since then, many rail men had fears of what might happen if another' emergency arose. "A. key factor in winning World War H was the large surplus - of rail rolling stock unused during the depression," the Association of American Railroads' said recently. "This 'cushion' of extra equipment is not now available'to the nation." Labor officials are also worried. A study by "the Railway Labor Executives' Association concludes that further railroad mergers are not the answer to the industry's problems. Most of the pending merger proposals, "can only shrink railroad capacity and service, with great damage to the general public and the nation's revolving needs," said G. E. Lejghty, chairman of the group. 'MUZZLE UNLOADER'—Edwin , M. Walker, the former general who resigned over, a political activity, ruckus and , now is running for the Texas gubernatorial n o m i nation, strides along in Washington, where he went to "testify in • the Senate probe of "muz- . zling" of the military. MUSIC FOR SURGERY ST. LOUIS, Mo. (UPI) — Dr. Daniel D. Klaff announced Tuesday a "survery by stereo" program at Jewish Hospital where tape recorded music will be piped into operating rooms for patients under local or spinal anasthesia. Klaff said one teen-ager, has requested rock 'n' roll during his operation. • . . :•'!•' ' ' /' - ' r ' "' ' '.-'"'. Executor's Notice of Public Sale of Personal Property ] ( . k ...:. TIME: Saturday, April 7, IMS, at 1:00 P.M., EST PLACE: On the premises • 1411 North "C" Street, .1 in the City of Elwood, Madison County, Indiana ,' Riley M. Sharp, as executor of the Last WHI and Testament of Edna lone Miller, deceased, will effer at public auction all the interest of the decedent in and to the furniture, 2 diamonds - one of .• carat and one of .85 carat and 1951 Plymouth Tudor... Also at the same time and place, Riley M. Sharp, as executor of the Last Will.and Testament of Thomas L. Faust, deceased,' will.offer at public auction all the interest of the decedent jn and> to foh lowing described personal property, to-wit: .75 carat., diamond mounted in a man's ring; 23 jewel, sel^windtiiigtBv^ ova wrist watch; Elgin pocket watch; l4dios/wrlst : watf*.'>_ . : Said sales will be subject to the approval of the Superior Court of Madison County; Indiana. . TElfMS: CASH NOT RESRbMSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS ^Riley M. Sharp, Executor AUCTION EIRS: -JOHN WlRE^kVNXHV (NO. JOE ROSS, TIPTON, IND. HADLEY A SHARP : Attorneys for Estates STRICTLYvBUSINESS by McFeatters I . "It'll never work!" - Lenten Message By TITUS HAFFA Chairman, Webcor, Inc. and Trustee, People's Church Of Chicago Written for UPI , As I watched astronaut John Glenn begin his daring 'ascent into space,. I paused and reflected upon the significance of the event, in light of man's earth-bound years.>. • Since man's birth upon this planet, each son has witnessed human feats deemed impossible, by his father. Our'great cities; bur machine age, our deepening fund of. knowledge of the universe .around us- would be totally, unbelievable, to even the loftiest dreamer, of yesterday; And this we know: The deeper we delve into the mysterious unknown, the more abundant life becomes. As we unravel the threads of truth, we • provide a broader horizon for our children. Based on man's record of just the last .10 years, we, find, that we. cannot place a limit upon our imaginations. The most fantastic visions have become a reality. We are living amid an exciting, stockpile of raw-, products and energies waiting only for human creative progress. Yet, jn spite of this era of marvels- in which we live, let us observe this Lenten season- mindful of this proposition: That out progress in achieving knowledge and abundance is worthless without equal progress,in our own usefulness to fellow men and to God. It- seems only logical,: however, that minds' which can solve the problems, of outer space can also solve: those of inner-space — the spiritual domain of conscience and' faith. :And once these spiritual problems are surmounted, once we re-dedicate ourselves to love and generosity, we shall truly be on our way toward the fulfillment of God's great dream for man. STARTER GENERATOR SERVICE Cole's Service General Auto Repair 24 Hr. Wrecker Day OS 5-4075 Night OS 5.4025 . MIDWIFE STRIKE? NOTTINGHAM,: England (UPlV —Fifty midwives have threatened a paperwork strike because they are too busy •> delivering babies to fill out what they consider unnec- ces,sary forms. Spring Dance American Legion Saturday, April 1, 1962, LIVE DANCE BAND Guest Night -No Admission Charge COME VISIT the LEGION A More Beautiful You... the V-2 way! | "Best-Ever's" V-2. is th» I modern, sensible way to watch' your weight yet get all the wonderful milk nutrients you «st have for good health'. It's like a good, lean steak: alt the food value, without the fat. Available Exclusively IN TIPTON AT CARTER'S Supermarket ONE STOP THATKEEPS Y0UG0WG Oar tow car Comes to your" rescue '{' • . . . fast! When you can't come to us, we come to - you on the double-quick. Promptly our ! m . tow-car answers your call for help from • ^ anywhere at any hour, day or.night. 24 Hrs. WRECKER Day OS 54549 y OS 5-6166 SERVICE MOTOR CO. NIGHTS HOLIDAYS

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