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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1969 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Page 7 ' SELL* RENT • SWAP • HIRE • BUY* SELL* RENT • SWAP • HIRE • BUY • SELL* RENT* SWAP * HIRE ©323 CMS5IHED AOS GET RESULTS • HIRE • BUY * SELL* RENT • SWAP • HIRE* BUY* SELL* RENT» SWAP • HI RE • BUY « SELL* RENT Education Today CLASSIFIED RATES 1 insertion 2 insertions 3 insertions 4 insertions 5 insertions 6 insertions 5f per word 8? per word 10? per word 12? per word 14? per word 15? per word Charges cash rate are at a reduced and apply if the ad is paid within 10 days after the first insertion. Service charges of 25? will be added after the. 10 day period. Advertisers should their -advertisements check in the first issue in which they appear and report anyj error at once as no allowance can be made except for the first incorrect insertion. BLACK FACE LOCAL! 20? per line LIGHT FACE LOCAL . Memoriam 15? Card of Thanks per line $2.00 Classified advertising - Call 675-2115 before 3 p.m. for insertion next day day, call before 9 a Cancellation- Preceding day. Satur- m. CLASSIFIED DISPLAjlf Classified per col. inch S1.00 1 inch daily per month $22.00 Each additional inch-'--SI3.0C Rates Quoted Are Local FOR RENT — Dec. 1st, 6 room house, 3 b.r., bath, gas heat, garage, ref.. reqd. Box #D, Tipton Tribune. C-TF FOR RE.NT — 2 bedroom apt. Stove, refrigerator and dryer furnished. Phone 675-6812. C-TF FOR RENT — 5 room modern house in Hobbs. See to appreciate. . Couple or with 1 child. 675-6017. .. TF FOR RENT — 2 bedroom, ground level apartment, 1 3/4 miles south on 19. 675-6659. C-357 FOR RENT — Modern 8 room house in Goldsmith. Call after 6:00 p.m. 963-5392. P-355 FOR RENT — Nice 3 room upstairs apartment. Unfurnished except for stove. Carpeted. Available Dec. 1, 1969 Phone 675-6480. P-357 Wanted WANTED — Do you need a girl Friday, or a temporary general office girl? I am experienced. Call 675-2802. C-360 WANTED — Raw furs of all kinds. Lee Purvis and Son, one of Ihdiana.'s oldest and largest fur dealers. Pho. 963. 2455. C-355 WANTED — Babysitting in .my home. Write to Mrs. Donna Johnson, R#5, Tipton, Ind. C-356 Fo Sale -FOR SALE — Used) furniture • and appliances. Contact James Walker, 603 N. • East 675-7325. Chris Spears, 675-' • 2415. t | C-TF FOR SALE — Aluminum siding, awnings, storm windows, and doors. A.J. Butz, phone 675- ' 2646. I ' C-TF . APPLES, Cider, popcorn, pumpkins. Hainlen Orchard 2 miles E. of Greentown, follow signs N. C-TF FOR SALE.— Garage door openers. Complete] door re- G°o. Morrisett. Phone WANTED — Babysitting for one- pre-school child in my home. Call 675-4981. C-355 Livestock FOR SALE — 38 Chester White feeder pigs. Call Camel, 846-1933. P-360 FOR SALE — Poland China boars L.M. Wiles & Sons, Kirklin. Pho. 758-4765. ' 11/21/69 Servt ces pair. 675-2096. TUNE UP electronic Diagnosis, Ebert Sinclair Service. Phone. 675-7125. Thurs., Fri., Sat. C-TF, C-TF FOR SALE — 24 Vplume 1968 .Compt.ons Encyclopedia. Terms for teacheri. Bargain. Ray Spcer, .75-4476. P-357 FOR .SALE — Regulation professional pool table 1 . Call 6756896 evenings. J P-358 FOR SALE — Philcl. refrigerator. Special features including top freezer condition. $55.00, Very good 675-6075 C-355 FOR SALE — Apt. size, gas stove, G.E. refrigerator, kitchen sink in metal cabinet, bathroom equipment, couch & a chair and dresser and chair.. Ken Shoupe, 5-4150. C-356 FOR SALE — Antiques, furniture, & general | line. Open Sundays, 1 to 5, at Hobbs, Ind. Across frpm elevator. C-355 FREE GIFT Eve^vy Wed. and Sat With $3 or More GasLj Purchase SAVE (J (J I WEBB STAMPS for PREMIUMS OR CASH "Save the Webb Way" Your cost will be less ;STP 69c with any gasf purchase Limit 2 Cans "Finest Pro ducts In Indiana" WEBB GAS . STATION 215 So. Main St. Jim Rush, Mgr. FOR SALE— Powjer plane and a band saw. Electric motors. Call 675-4024. C-357 Used Gars '.. i • • ..- • FOR SALE --1969/Z/28Cam- ero. Dial 675-6150. P-358 FOR SALE —' «6l! Falcon, '64 289 Eng. 3 speejl floor shift. New tires, brakes and battery. 963-2904. P-355 For Rent FOR RENT — 3 rloms and bath unfurnished upstairs apt. at 127 1/2 E. Washington St. Call 552-5909 after ' • .SALIS - SICKVICK Sfrvhf fi.r All Brands. Ken Nighienhelser . ".w-ssio USED T-V APPLIANCE BARGAINS 23." Zenith B/W Stereo, AM' FM combination home entertainment center. 2 yr. old, like new. " $199.95 RCA 21" Color TV Walnut Cabinet, A-l. 30 day warranty. $225.00 1-G.E. 21" Color TV. Early American Cabinet. 30 day warranty. A-l. $275.00 1-Philco 21" Color TV Italian Cabinet, A-l. 30 day warranty $250.00 1-21" Silvertone Color TV. A-l. Beautiful Walnut Cabinet 30 day warranty I $250.00 These sets are all checked through our shop and are in A-l shape. Westinghouse Electric Range 20" A-l. $49.95 6-Used Refrigerators from $19.95 40" Eyelevel Gas Tappan Range. Sold new for $689, Like New. $150.00 Small Size I.H. Ref. A-l. $69.95 14 cu. ft. upright Freezer A-l. $125.00 Frigidaire Washer Auto. - • $35.00 Westinghouse Dryer Elec. A-l $35.00 BUY NEW RCA Color TV » Sterio - Black & White, Portable At Lowest Prices And Good Factory Servicel 1-21 in. RCA color Table model. A-l condition. $150.00 1 - New 1969 RCA Early American Color TV. $499.95 W.T. 23" RCA Color TV A.F.T, $539.95 14" RCA Color TV. $289.95 16" RCA Color TV. $349.95 2 - RCAStereo'sfrom $349.95 -i 3 - Black & white. Console T.V.'s from . $35.00 WHIRLPOOL APPLIANCE SALE! Whirlpool Washer & Dryer Both for only $339.95 Whirlpool 2 Door Ref. Frost Free. $299.95 W.T. All TV's & Appliances are warrantees by Kenny's. Kenny's T. V. APPLIANCE 102 W. Madison. Tipton Phone 675-2995 MATHEWS BUILDING, INC.- FRANKFORT, IND. R.R.I. Ph. Area Code 317-258- 12 yr'. experience in fat jn, industrial, commercial bldg. ENGLAND ' FURNITURE STORE New & Used Furniture • SharpsvUle, Ind. - Pho. 963-2383 Store hours 10 till 6 except Thursday 10 till 7. PORTABLE WELDING SERVICE —' Anywhere-Anytime. Tony .Hancock, 947-3832. C-TF 5 p .m. C-356 FOR RENT — I Trailer,'. 1050 North Main Street. Adults only and no pets. C-356 RENT TO OWN piano. $5.00 675-6263. a new Baldwi. month. Phone C-TF IN TIPTON- Sapitone. Certified MaslerDrj/cleaner IS BURKHART'5 501 N. Main Pho. 675-4605 WANTED PART TIME WORK f APPOINTMENTS NOW BEING ACCEPTED Parties House Calls call. Joe O'Banion after 5 p.ra. phone 675-6558 HANKINS USED CARS 445 Sweetland Ave. Late model cars & trucks CLEANEST IN TOWN see Red Davis or Lew Hankins CEPTIC TANK Cleaning. Raymond Tragesser. Call 5527162 or 675-2163. TF ?""™ "bryant™ 1 I HEATING & COOLING I • SHEET METAL WORK S 24-hour Service • I Phone 675-4559 I ^Gene Henry & Sonsj Hankins Body Shop : 445 Sweetland Ave. AUTO GLASS SPECIALIST for your car or truck. Distributors for L.O.F^ Car- lite and Pittsburg Safety glass. Complete radiator and" heater repair. ASK ABOUT OUR Lincoln^Mercury DAILY RENTAL SYSTEM We have rental service available by day or. by the weekl DON ROSS MOTOR SALES INC, State Rpad 28 East TIPTON, .INDIANA Real Estate For Sale Train Derailed PLYMOUTH, Ind. (UPI)- . Twenty-one flatcars carrying 40 semi-trailer trucks piggyback derailed today on the Norfolk & Western Railroad in Tippecanoe, a"small town southeast of here. Authorities said all the trucks were damaged and the loss might run into the hundreds of thousands of .dollars. •!'' The derailment, blamed by trainmen on a broken journal, blocked Indiana 331. Nobody was hurt. Loose Inches!! See the Slim Jim as advertised on TV. For FREE home demonstration on this unique home exerciser Dial 963-2763 . C-358 LOVE THAT OLD DILAPIDATED iriQiiniiH ChaIrOTSoto We can make it like new again BARKER UPHOLSTERY. Phone 675-4939-f 220 E. Madison . INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)- The road to obtaining a high school diploma by a'dults and veterans will become a little less difficult .'OTICE TO BIDDERS On De&CTlwr 8. 1969. at 7:30 P.M. (EST). In the City Court. Room, the city of Tipton - will receive sealex! bids for the furnishing of the following, to be supplied during the year 1970: SUPPLIES 1. Gasoline . LEWIS HARPER Real Estate Sale —Farm - City - Commercial. Walter Fuller Associate, Morris ,Dolan. Sales Representative. Fri. Sat. TF (a) Regular (92 octane or better) (b) Premium I ' Lubricating oils (a) - Regular I (b) Premium 4. Tires and Tubes, tor. <a> Cars I <t» Trucks I (c) Rqulwnent 5. Antl-Preeze | (a) Permanent TKW 5. Oattertes MATERIALS 2. Ail grades ol HQuld asphalts, emulsions, and tar, per pallor.; (a) To be Wmished and apolied at tn> stta In Tipton, 2. Ctushed atone or mineral a^c^tte. all sizes. Class|A or It, per ton* (*) To be fumlsfied and loaded by reniar at his yah! or plant. (b) To be fU-T!«;r.ed. '"-liver.-:!, and tZll- ?-aed at jary site In 71;tor. . (c) To be fiffntshed. «f-ll*jri<*. spread n-*cbanlcal atTcad-f, and rolled at tiy iV* In Tlo*on. 3. Ftftualnccs Coated AniTerate. por ton: (a> TP h** ruroisned Lnd loidcd by ven'tor at j.ij yvi or plant, using either No. rr To.jl2 acctfeat*. ibt To be furnished nnu laid, includln? roltiti'*,, and cotT,plo;jlj ILilsned ot" - jnj slb-^in Tlrtcn. 4. 31t»Tanous Concrete *A"'> hinder t^ourse. per ten. ard[ : iltJ~inots Concrete (Al) _ surface zouree, type ^1 iind C. per ton; (a; To be ftrmished and loaded by vender at his rVf or plant. (b) To be aim^ned and laid. Including all prlmlnq. rolling, and completely flTJshedj at any site In Tipton. 5. R«ady-'«ix Concrete, all r-lxes, furnished and delivered at any site In Tipton. 5. Cenient. alljtypes. per 100 lb. or per bap. A deposit of 52 5.00 shall be required of all bidders, or ibid bond of such amount. All bids must be accompanied by a non-collusion affidavit. The City of Tipton reserves the - rlKht to reject any and all bids, and to waive any Irregularity jln the blddlnc. . CAKOL J. LOtO Clerk-Tteasuret . C'^ty o( Tlrton, Indiana L-H2- C-3-13-355 NOTICE OF STATIONERY j CONTRACT Notice is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners of Ttpton County, Indiana, will receive sealed proposals tor furnishing blanks, booVs and stationer? for the various County otft-ials pf said County on November 26, 19W, at 8:30 a;m. (DST) contract will, be for furnishing blanks, books and sta-' tionery fcr the year 1970. Specifications are on file in the office of tbe Auditor of said County. | ' Each bidder Till be required to file 2 bond or certified check with non-collusion affidavit as provided by law. Said bids covets at least 1 class as classified by law as lo 1,2,3.4 and 5 as tallows: Class 1 -Blank books, records and specially ruled blanks similar in all offices. Class Z - Blanks requiring two or more impressions of .press and similar materials for all offices. I •. ' Class 3-ijegalCap.Stationerytablets,pens, « inks, pencils and similar material for all offices. j Class 4 - Letter heads, envelopes, stationery and such blanks as can be printed and ruled at a single impression and similar materials for all offices. Class S - jLetter heads, envelope^, printed stationery and blanks printed on one aideoaly, both stock and special, all offices except- otherwise specified. • The Board reserves the right to reject any. and all bids tiled. These bids will be opened and read at 6:30. a.m. (DST). [ . Respectfully Submitted, ft'alter M. Hughes, Tipton County Auditor C-349-355 NOTICE TO DEALERS IN SUPPLIES FOR TIPTON COUNTY Pursuant) to an order ot the Board of Commissioners of -Tipton County, Indiana, notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received In tbe office.of tbe Auditor of said County until S:30 a.m. (DST) on the 26tb day of November, 1969, for tbe purchase of the following supplies for tbe County Highway Department and County supplies for the year -1370. I j Gasoline] oils and greases, diesel fuel & fuel 'oil, tires i tubs, drainage structures, roaln- italner t grader blades, bituminous materials,' ; gravel I crushed stone it lumber for the Coun- : ty Highway' Department. ; Coat for'the County Home. Specifications for the above are on file at Auditor's Office and. County Superintendent's Office In Tipton County. Each bid must be on form as prescribed by : the Stale Board of Accounts and must be ac- i companledby a statutory non-collusion affidavit and a certified check or bond for ten (10) per cent ot the amount of the bid as a guractee that such- bidder If successful will enter Into proper bond and coo tract subject to tbe approval of the Board. Bids will be submitted on any or all Items listed. The Board reserves [ the right reject any or all submitted. j The bids will be opened & examined in the- j order of the following: Fuel oil for Courthouse L County Higbwjy' Metal Pipe I Culvert, £ Steel Posts .Grader Blades—Repair Stone for ^Highway Gravel for Highway Bituminous Material Tires & Tubes Gasotioejoil 4 Crease Road Salt Si Chemicals Respectfully Submitted, . Walter M.Hughes, Auditor, Tipton County C-349-355 1 I BAKE SALE Nov! 22, 1969 10:00 In front of Zehner's Shoe Store Amicale SubpDeb. C-355 j yjiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiic JUNIOR'S "66" SERVICE I jTIRES & BATTERIES I * Tune-Up * Brake Services 1 * Washing * Lubrication * Wheel Balancing DIAL 675-2540 .{ I 213 E. Jefferson Tipton f- lllllllltmilllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllliillillli once two new regulations approved by the General Education Commission are' put into effect., One change would allow a high school to grant credit for work experience by adults, in' the areas of vocational education or industrial arts education. The other would lower from 1 21 to . 19 the minimum age by which a veteran- successfully, completing an achievement test would • earn a certificate com- . parable to a high school diploma. ,'• The changes await the approval of Governor Whitcomb and _ Atty. Gen. Theodore Sen- dak,' and must be filed with Secretary of State William N. Salin before going iato effect. : 1 The regulations for the veterans testingfor general educational development was approved by the commission after acknowledgingthat today's veterans may be in need of the diploma equivalent long'before they reach 21 years of age. ' The tests will be open "to any individual 19- or older "whose high school class has been graduated and whose last attendance as a regularly enrolled student in a full-time high school program of instruction has been=at least one year." : Either the state superintendent or the local high school principal may issue the achiege- ment test certificate The number and location of test centers will bedetermined by the commission- and the state school superintendent. A fee of $5 is- charged for taking the battery of'tests, and another $5 is. charged for tlfeV certificate awarded to the successful-applicant. . In addition, the commission also approved a revision of secondary art program courses^ It is also subject to final approval. DAILY CROSSWORD - ACROSS States 6. Unit of *. illumination 10. City of • .Turkey 11. —^-Keeler 12. Explosion 13. Citrus fruit 14..Male sheep ,15.Kin£ • Solomon's 5. California • cityiabbr.t 6. Forewarn 7. Over the 8. Ancient coin(Gr.) = 9. Newcastle's river • 12. More -' • courageous 13. Old Testament book {y - labor.) - • ". 15. Brownish color e .17. Bean . plant 18; Spawn 20. Source of energy 22. Half . ems 23. Troublemaker. 24. Purify 26. Owns" . 28. Foot soldier's woe 30. Female' - fowl • 32. Apply heat 33. Iris . Javer' Vesterduy*. Aoiwer 34. Five-dollar bills (si. 1 . 35. ApproaclwU 37. State . (abbr. i • 38. Forbid" . 40. Like 16. Close to 17. Well done'. 19. Sight • faculty ' 21. Close to 25. Harden "'. 26. Bend ' • 27. Tear •28. Mountain mass (geol! i 29. 'Be still! 31. Asiatic trre 32. PolishedJ as silver 35. Container 36. Par - (Fr. 1 37. Subside 39. Card game 40. Texas landmark 41. Compass point .42. More rational "DOWN 1. Ther HiU 2. First man 3. Dance step • 4. Busy insect DAILY CRYPTOQl'OTE — Here's !io« to work it: . A X Y D L B A A X K is L O N G F E L L O \\ ".One letter dimply ..-t;in<.ls foe iinoth-r In :h:s siiir.f.'..' ,\ is used for the three L's -X lur. the two' t_>'s. eti- .Smtr'.e-lettera. - apostrophes, the length .tad funuation uf lh-- words ar>- ail- Hints'. Each day.-thi! ('Mile letters .ire different. • ' • • ' A .t'r)pti>£rum Quotation ' N E B T B 1 O P IBB Q .V V X W M V Y D E .V A V A. Ml O E Z M V X B I G N E. H yz V . GBL'V V B EY B E .W G B E ; Yesterday's C'ryptoquote:'THERE IS NO RESTING PLACE F6K AN ENTERPRISE IN A COMPETITIVE ECONOMY. ALFRED SLOAN • (C I9S9. king Features Syndicate, Inc.) I 2. 5 •»'• 7 iQ. - i) 12 - Id \b e. •\. r-t JO 2% i- '•0:',. • 1 •' i 5.1- H n i ' 1 i. • V. 1 !- 1 ! • 1 _, i 'i 4 1 i i. '. i 1- If Lodge Resigns Ambassadorship By GEORGE SIBERA. PARE, (UPI>- Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge resigned 11-20 as chief negotiator at the. Paris peace talks because of •Rommunist failure to negotiate. Both the Viet Cong, and the North Vietnamese indicated his STATE BOARD OF TAX COMMISSIONERS '. 201 State Office Building to'lianapilis 46204 ' November 5, 1063 ' - ' LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby giveo the officials ijod taxpayers ol all municipalities located iu Tipton County.. Indiana, that the budgets for the year 1970 and the tax levies and rates collectible in the year 1970 of said municipalities fill be considered at a public bearing, to be conducted by the State Board of J.-u Commissioners or a representative of said . Board, to be held in the County Court House in said county as follows: I Beginning at 8:30 a.m.,' Friday. November 28, 1963 j . County-Unit • ! •* Cicero Township ' Jefferson Township . Liberty Township ( • • Madison Township j . Prairie Township i ! Wildcat Township ] ' . ]. Northern Community Schools I Beginning at 1:00 p.m.; Friday, November ts, 1969 • | Tipton Community School Co'rporation . Kempton Civil Town .' Sharpsville Civil Town Windfall Civil Town , j Tipton Civil City ;' . • I Tipton Public Library • J ^ny appeal filed by taxpayers with the State ]i * Commissioners from the action ot uJ. unty Board of Tax Adjustment or 'an appropriating body.oranyappealfiledby the ^proper officers of any municipal corporation ' ; : from the-action of the County Board of Tax Adjustment, will also be considered at said jtime in conjunction with the hearing on the jbudgets, levies and rates of the municipality l( on which such appeal was filed, ij At such hearing, officials and taxpayers :| will be permitted to present any evidence that 'may give information on items in the budgets , that, in their opinion, should be changed or ; reduced, or any other information fsit will j assist this Board in finally determining the bud; get, levies and rate's of the above named muni- . clpalities. ... STATE BOARD OF TAX COMMISSIONERS Joseph D. Geeslin. Jr. Chairman ATTEST: Fred C.Wissman Executive Secretary L-534 C-355 move would not budge them from / their' hard bargaining position, At today's session-the Communists accused the United States of committing monstrous war. crimes in South Vietnam and again called, for total, withdrawal of American troops as the only means of ending the war. . • Spokesmen for the two Communist delegations said Lodge was merely"* following Washington's orders and that- they were looking for a change in Washington policies, not negotiators. The White House announced in Washingto that Lodge and his deputy, Lawrence E, Walsh, had resigned over the Communists refusal to negotiate, Religion In America By LOUIS CASSELS UPI Religion Writer- Ten months in the White House has made Richard Nixon a more4 prayerful man ?nd deepened his sense of- dependence on God. That's the word from the President's close fiiend and spiritual counselor, the Rev.; Dr.' Billy Graham. . Graham acknowledged. In an interview with UPI that NLxon is hot the world's most faithful churchgoer. Since becoming Lresident, he. has attended worship services—mostly in the East room of the. White .House, •—.oh an irregular schedule' which averages out to a ; little better than one Sunday a month, Is Not Criterion ' Although Graham would prefer a higher average, he' emphasized that'regularity of church . attendance is not an* infallible criterion of spiritual Health. "I don't think a man necessarily has to go to church every Sunday to be a genuinely religious person," the Baptist evangelist said, "I have knowjn Richard Nixon for more, than twenty years. Through many - >golf games, many visits in his home and in my home, we have discussed many -; subjects, including religion. . - "I can say without .qualification that, he' is a person of strong religious convictions. He has a deep faith in God, ' "But -you have to remember that he's a Quaker, And. Quakers don't :. believe; • in wearing • their religion on their shirt sleeves." Graham' said the lonely burden of the presidency is obviously having the same effect on Nixon that it has had oh other men, from Abraham Lincoln to Lyndon B. Johnson, who were not conspicuously religious before entering the White House. - "Nowhere Else To Co" "I believe Mr, Nixon has ' already learned what President Lincoln': meant when he said, 'Many times I've been driven to my knees by the realization that I had nowhere else to- go,' " Graham said, -He said he had talked about religion with five presidents- Nixon, Johnson, John F. Kennedy, Dwight D. Eisenhower and Harry S Truman, I NOTICE OF ADMINISTR.WION In the Circuit Court of Tipton County, Indiana Notice is hereby given that Rosemary Down; L Evefyn A; Russell were on the Hth day o • . November, 1969, appointed: Co-Admin'istra. trices ot the estate of Clara Warner, deceased. All persons having claims against said real • estate, whether or not now due, must file thi same in said court within six months from tbe date of the first publication of this notice'jr. said claims will be forover barred. Dated at Tipton, Indiana, this Hth day of ; November, 1969. : . ' Hutto X- Regnier, Attorney Ross if. Huffurd Clerk of the Circuit Court for Tipton County, Indiana L-549 P-355-361-367 ATTEND SCHOOL REGULARLY Open House By Appointment Only New house - 1 mi. East of Town Call Everett Walston . 675-6144. ... Wayne Stevens 675-4590 Tipton Lumber Co., Inc. 675-4882 Uatherman-Morris FUNERAL HOME 314 North Main St.

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