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TV ESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 19,70 THEjfTIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Page 5 CLASSIFIED RATES 1 Insertion 5? per word' t Insertions 8? per word J insertions . 10? per word 4 insert!wis 12? per word 5 insertions 14? per word 6 Insertions- 15? per word Minimum Ctiarre ft.Z5 Charges are at a reduced cash rate and apply if the ad Is paid within 10 days after toe first Insertion. ISerrice charge of 25? will bemadded after the 10 day period. Advertisers should check their advertisements in the first issue in which they appear and report any error at ooce as no allowance can be made except for the first incorrect insertion. BLACK FACE LOCAL 20? per line LIGHT FACE LOCAL Memorian IS? per line Card of Thanks S2.Q0 Classified advertising - Call 675-2115 before 3 p.m. for insertion'next day. Saturday, call before 9 a.m. Cancellation- , Preceding day. FOR SALE — New 20 inch boy's bicycle. 675-2318. P-39 FOR SALE — Kempton Lions Club has used snow fence, 48 inch by 50 foot heavy duty 1/2 inch lath, $5 per roll. Call Kempton 947-2681 or pick up at Concord Woodwork Co. 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. week days only. C-38 FOR SALE— A-l colored TV, 2 years old. Coopers Home Furnishings. 119-121 N. Main TF FOR SALE — Aluminum siding. Storm windows-doors/ Kobl-Vent Awnings. A. J. Butz 675-2646. C-TF FOR RENT — 5 room modern house in country. Hot water ± heater. $75 a month. References required. P.O. Box D. C-41 FOR RENT — Two bedroom apartment. Carpeted, adults only. Dial.675-6014 or 6756283. P-44 FOR RENT — Trailer space. KLM Trailer Court. Ph. 6754644. Must, give reference. P-42 FOR SALE — Used cornpick- ers, two row mounted. Ready for the field. From $300 up. Pring Implement. C-38 Wanted To Buy FOR RENT — 3 room furnished apartment, 675-6812. TF FOR RENT— 3 room upstairs furnished apartment. 6756812. C-TF • WANTED TO BUY * WE NEED USED FURNITURE Top Dollar— Fast Pick-up 552-5315 EARLYWIHE'S E. Edge, Tipton, Co. • '• - Pets FOR SALE — Seal-point Siamese male and female cats. 6 kittens. 6 weeks old, $50. 206 hiinois St., Arcadia. P-39 Wanted Livestock WANTED -- Babysitting in my home, days.-675-6342. C-40 WANTED — Good used Spinet piano. Write P.O. Box H in care of Tribune. P-40 FOR SALE — Arriving now, 650 good to choice Herford and Angus calves. The run is almost over. Buy now while you still have a good selection. Thome Cattle Co., Marion. Pho. 662-7516. C-40 For Rent CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Calssified per col. inch $1.00 1 inch daily per month $22.00 Each additional inch — $13.00 Rates Qooted Are Local FOR RENT — Nice 4 room "modern house, new carpet and • furnished. InSharpsville. Prefer adult couple only. No pets. 963-5915. TF For Sale FOR SALE — One complete set used kitchen cabinets. 6756812. TF FOR SALE --Michigan Red Delicious apples. Bring container. 122 Poplar. 675-6724. C-42 FOR SALE — Dune Buggy. 6756530. C-38 I —r—. ; FOR RENT ~ One-half double. Dial 675-2458 after 6 p.m. C-TF FOR RENT — 3 bedroom house. References required. Call 675-4630. . C-42 FOR RENT — 3 room apartment. Partially furnished. 936 N. East St. 675-4022. TF FOR RENT — 3 room upstairs unfurnished apartment. . 234 ' 1/2 S. Main 675-6812. TF WANTED — Ironings. Mrs. . Franklin Wray. 292-2679. C-43 WANTED T - Trash hauling, two times a month. Will clean out attics and garages also. Call Jim Walker 675-2475 or 6757325. C-39 WANTED — Boys - Girls. Earn money selling our candy. Ph. 675-6557. P-40 WANTED — Housecleaning. by . day or week. 963-2386. C-39 Miscellaneous APPLES, CIDER, POPCORN Pumpkins, Squash, Gourds, HAINLEN . ORCHARD, 2 mi. E. of Greentown,'follow signs north. . C-48 Farmers Needs FQR.i;SALE;i;~-Two used .706 tractors, two used 350 tractors with loaders. Pring Implement. C-38 Business . Opportunity AN OHIO OIL CO. offers 6p- - portunity for high income PLUS regular cash, car and vacar tion bounses, abundant fringe' benefits to mature man in Tipton area. Regardless of experience, air mail A. K. Read, Pres., American Lubricants Co., Box, 696, Dayton, Ohio .45401. 1 P-40 Male Help , Wanted TOOL & DIE MAKERS Opportunities are now available for experienced Tool & Die Makers with emphasis on building and repairing compound and progressive dies. EXCELLENT BENEFITS INCLUDING: Profit Sharing Retirement Insurance - Including Life & Major Medical Apply in person or send confidential resume to MALLORY. CONTROLS COMPANY, State Road #28 West, Frankfort;' Indiana 46041. Employment office open 8:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. Monday through Friday*.' (AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER) J* If the answer is death, what is the question? Some people have begun to question whether many drugs and narcotics are really harmful. Do they actually cause psychological and physical damage? What is the answer? On the highway, the answer is death. Death for the innocent as well as the guilty. And month by month the casualty list grows longer. As more and more pill-poppers, speed freaks and junkies get behind the wheel. For a short ride. * We believe it is time for answers in the form of action. Not questions. Parents should join civicgroupsconcerned with the narcotics problem. They must get the no-nonsense facts about drugs to discuss with their teenagers. They should urge their local school boards to introduce classes on drug abuse. And they should press their elected representatives for new legislation to help our police in their efforts to halt the drug traffic-on and off the-highways. These are the kind of answers we need. Now, what was the question? National Automobile Dealers Association Official mr§ Bniiation mt Amwttca't !i*n£»la*d n*w w an*J I'uck dealers • Wathtftglon. DC, Real Estate For Sale Want to sell or buy? Then give "MR. ED" a try! ED MEL0CHE Real Estate 675-4993 675-6810 Services PORTABLE WELDING SERVICE Anywhere, anytime. Phone 947-3832. Tony Hancock. C-TF YOU saved and slaved for wall to wall carpet. Keep it new . with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer, $1. Carney's Drug Store. C-42 FRONT-END ALIGNMENT Smith Tire Servioj. 115 N. Indep. St. Phone 675-6165. TF .SEPTIC TANK Cleaning. "Raymond Tragesser. Call 5527162 or 675-2163. C-TF Persona/ CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our gratitude and appreciation to the relatives, neighbors and many friends, for their help and kindness extended during the illness and recent death of our beloved mother, Kate L. Hostetler. Our. special thanks go to the doctor, the nurses and aides on the third floor of Howard Community Hospital, Rev. Raymond Kays, members of Main St, Christian Church, the Jacobs Funeral Home, the pallbearers, the musicians and those who contributed floral offerings. •Her daughter^, Mrs. Doyle {Sarah) Rockey Mrs. Harttfd (Fern) Tyrier and Grandchildren Harvest Home Dinner West Street Christian Church, 4-H Building, November 2 V1970. Serving 5:00 - 7:00 p„m. Adults $U75, children 6-12, 75<2„ preschoolers 350 C-41 EXPRESSES SYMPATHY WASHINGTON (UPI) -President Nixon has sent a message to President Ayub Khan of Pakistan expressing sympathy for the massive loss of;lives suffered in last week's cyclone . and tidal wave. | Nixon said the United States was ready to help. He also said he had instructed U.S. iliplo- mats in the area to discuss ways such help might be provided. -The at 10 down COURT MEETS WASHINGTON (UPI) Supreme Court meets a.m. EST today to handj orders in pending cases and start the second week of arguments in the November sessions. : One in a scries presented by N.A.D.A., this newspaper, and the now car dealers ol bur community. flCOMEWAfr ^VviWv^' It's a World! And we are here to serve its. moving population. If you have just moved into a new home, • call the Welcome Wagon hostess. PHONE Dial: 675-4491; . NOTICE TO HEIHS, LEGATEES AND CREDITORS ESTATE OF Hand* B. Bolton, Deceased NO.S29 In Circuit Court, Calendar Term, 1970 notice is txnbj given that Herbert V.Mor­ ris as executor of said estate, has tiled his account and.nactters la floal settlement of said estate, aod bis petition praying toe Court to allow said account and order distribution of said estate, and that the same will come up for bearing and action In said Court on toe 4 daj of December, 1970 In the courthouse in Tipton, Indiana, at which time all baits, legatees and creditors of said estate are required to appear and show cause, if any there be, why., said, account and vouchers should be oat allowed and distribution of the estate be made as prayed for in said petition; and all the heirs, devisees and legatees of said decedent and said estate, and all others interested, are hereby required to appear at said time and place and make proof of their heirship or claims to any part of said estate, Ross If. Hufford Clerk Circuit Court Tipton, Indiana Horace C. Holmes, Attorney L-52 C-32-M CARRIED AWAY LONDON (UPI)— Baker Len Delia Fuente said today he just got carried away in baking a giant cake for his son Tony's wedding this weekend. In the form of a cathedral, the cake is three |eet long and two feet tall and weighs 66 pounds. Not only j would any attempt to move it risk destruction, but the doorways of Len's house are too narrow to carry it out. "Maybe Tony and his bride will have to eat it here after all," Len said. UVESTOClT P est ssi est •• ess Be ssi es, INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — Livestock: Hogs 8,100; barrows and gilts unevenly 50-1.50 lower; largest receipts since late January, 1968; 1 and 2, 195-230 lb!6.2517.00; 105 head 195-215 lb 17.2517.35;1 to 3, 190-240 lb 15.7516.50; 2 and 3, 230-270 lb 15.0016.00; 2 to 4, 230-250 lb 15.2515.75; 3 and 4, 250-280 lb 14.5015.25; 280-300 lb 14.00-14.50; few 4. 300-340 lb 13.00-14.00; sow 25-75, mostly 50 lower; 1 to 3, 300-500 lb 12.00-12.50; few 12.75; 2 and 3, 450-600 lb 11.50-12.25; boars 10.50-11.50. Cattle 1,600; calves 75; steers and heifers weak to 25 lower; cows steady to weak; bulls steady; vealers scarce; choice steers 28.00-28.75; good and choice 27.00-28.00; good 26.0027.00; standard and low good- 24.50-26.25; choice heifers 26.00-. 27.25; good and choice 25.2526.00; good 25.00-25.50; standard and low good 24.00-25.00; utility and commercial cows 17.0018.50; few high dressing utility 18.75-19.00; cutter 16.00-18.0 canner 14.00-16.00; utility and commercial bulls 22.00-25.00 few cutter and commercial 20.00-22.00;few good and choice vealers 31.00-35.00; standard . and good 25.00-31.00. Sheep 300; strong to 1.00 higher; choice and prime wool- ed lambs 24.00-25.00; good and choice 22.00-24.00; ewes steady at 5.00-7.50. US DA Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service The fact that meat-eating is on the increase worldwide is an important fact for feed grain producers, according-to Carl Retherford, Chairman, of the Tipton County Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation (ASC) Committee. He cited a summary in the October issue of "Agricultural Situation," published by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, discussing the world feed grain outlook during the 1970's. The world is changing its diet. The view is for 138,1 million metric tons of meat to be consumed worldwide in 1980 — 58 percent more than in 1965. The spreading taste for meat could mean a nearly two-thirds increase in livestock feed by the end of this, decade. Experts project that some 515 million tons of grain may be fed to livestock by 1980. Retherford pointed out that although any grain can be fed to livestock,...corn, grain sorghum, barley and oats make up the bulk of the world's harvested livestock feed grain. The United States is by far the world's leading producer, user, and exporter of feed grains, and is likely to continue to be so through 1980. Feed grains play an important role in Tipton County Agriculture. In 1964-66, the United States produced nearly 30 percent and consumed about 25 percent of the world total of feed grains. "Feed grains .are one of om­ nia jor agricultural exports," Retherford said. . The European Community and Japan are the " leading importers of feed grains. ' If the six EC countries continue to absorb only their present 13- million-ton annual imports, Western Europe will need at least 21 million tons of feed grains in 1980. But the EC countries are more likely to double usage by 1980. Largest single-nation importer of feed grains, Japan, also is likely to double its 1965 imports to over 10 million tons by 1980. And this could go to at least 13 million tons if the demand for meat in traditionally vegetarian Japan quickens. Even though the developing countries exported 5 million tons, etc, of feed grains in 1965, they seem destined to become importers. Their imports are projected to range from 5 to 18 million tons by 1980. Much of the heightened world demand appears slated to be met by traditional world granaries. Some of the world suppliers "will gain or lose grain trade , positions in the years ahead, according to the USDA report, while others will follow an already established trend. For instance, Canada's world trade in feed grains sagged deeply between 1951-53 and 1963-65. It dropped, regionally, from second place — supplying a fifth of world needs — to sixth place, with only a four percent share. Canada is cot projected to resume former prominence. On the' other hand, the EC increased its share of world trade in feed grains from a slim 1.3 percent to a significant 11.3 percent during the same period. Many developing countries, now limited grain exporters, could become net exporters. The United States, Retherford repeated, is expected to continue to hold first place in feed grain production, use, and exportation. DAILY CROSSWORD 5. Tooth substance 6. Jason's wife 7. Drooping 8. Antoinette, to pals .9. Fencing foil 10. Archiepis-. copate 16. Repeat 18. Subside 19. Pre­ varica­ tion 20. Siamese coin 21. Suffix for meteor 22. Wonder­ ment 23. Miss Lillie 24." Miser- ables" 25. Summer, in Paris 27. Had the leading role 30. Heavens 31. Big bundle 32. Mascagni opera ansa 3HH0EJ Satirday'a Aaawer 33. Accept 34. Trim 35. False god 36. Venetian resort 37. Mortgage 38. Proverb ACROSS 1. Summoned, as to court 6. Married pair 11. Habituate •' 12. Flee to wed 13. Begin (2 wds.) 14. Gift recipient 15. Slang term of endearment 17. Call • day (2 wds.) 18. "Lily Maid of Astolat" 22. Competent 26. Pleasant and unpleasant 28.—noire 29. Military phrase 30. Greek letter 31. A- -to swallow (2 wds.) 38. A Churchill 39. Line segments 40. Equally 41. Wear away • 42. German river 43. Actor Alain-; DOWN 1. Sound of disapproval 2. Over again 3. Stringed instrument 4. Iroquoi&n DAILY CBYPTOQUOTE—Here's how to work it: AXYDLBAAXR h LOHOFILtOW One letter simply stands for another. In this sample A is used for the three L's, X for the two O's, etc Single letters, apostrophes, the length and formation of the words art all hints. Each day the code letters are different A Cryptogram Quotation U AO AOBYU PT E SRTVMO: I AO L FDR UAPLH FDR'YO PL MDWO, FDB'YO Y O EMM F S R T V M O - J D R L Z . '—ELD LF3D R T Yesterday 's Cryptoquote: GOOD MUSIC PENETRATES THE EAR WITH FACILITY AND QUITS THE MEMORY WITH DIFFICULTY.—THOMAS BEECHAM (0 1970, Kinc Features Syndicate, Inc.) Ml EARLYWfNE'S SPECIALS 2 pleca Gold TRADITIONAL LIVINGROOM SUITE Now $189 SAVE s 50 2 piece modern, burnt orango LIVINGROOM SUITE Now $239 SAVE '90 3 pice* Spanish LIVINGROOM SUITE Sofa, Mr. & Mrs. Chain Now $349 SAVE '129 2 place Italian Provincial LIVINGROOM SUITE Now $259 SAVE '89 . LIVINGROOM SUITE 3 pc. French Provincial LIVINGROOM SUITE Sofa, Mr. & Mrs. Chairs Now 319 SAVE 124 Modern SOFA, CHAIR « matching RECLINER Now $199 SAVE 100 3 pc. French Provincial White BEDROOM SUITE (Canopy Bed) Now $239 SAVE '99 3 piece. Mediterranean BEDROOM SUITE Now $259 SAVE '200 DININGROOM SUITE Walnut, Table f chairs Breakfront . Now $499 SAVE '295 Queen size traditional HIDE • A • BED Now $289 SAVE 150 • • • Name Brand Furniture At Discount Prices NOBODY CAN SELL FOR LESS Hundreds Of Items Not Listed EARLYWINPS First A Main Ehvood 552-5315 Large selection of new A used furniture & Appliances.

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