The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 18, 1970 · Page 8
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 8

Tipton, Indiana
Issue Date:
Wednesday, November 18, 1970
Page 8
Start Free Trial

Page 8 article text (OCR)

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1970 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Page 7 CLASSIFIED RATES 1 Insertion 5? per word 1 2 insertions 8f per word 3 insertions M? per word 4 insertions 12f per word 5. insertions 14? per word 6 insertion*- 15? per word Minimum Char'ce $1.25 Charges are at a reduced cash rate and apply if the ad is paid within 10 days after the first insertion. For Sale f-or Rent Wanted Service charge of 25? will be added after the 10 day period. Advertisers should check their advertisements in the first issue in which they appear and report any error at once as no allowance can be made except for the first incorrect insertion. BLACK FACE LOCAL 20? per line LIGHT FACE LOCAL Memorian 15? per line Card of Thanks $2.00 J Classified advertising - Call 675-2115 before 3 p.m. for insertion "next day. Saturday, call before 9 a.m. Cancellation- Preceding day. 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 — New 20 inch boy's bicycle. 675-2318. P-39 FOR SALE — A-l colored TV, 2 years bid. Coopers Home Furnishings. 119-121 N. Main TF FOR SALE — 2 snow tires and f wheels. 750 x 14. 'Call af- ^ ter 5 p.m. 292-2443. C-41 FOR SALE — Aluminum siding* Storm windows-doors.' Kobl-* Vent Awnings. A. J. Bute/ 675-2646. C-TF: Pets FOR SALE — Seal-point Siamese male and female cats. 6 kittens. 6 weeks old, $50. 206 Illinois St., Arcadia. P-39 Livestock CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Calssifled per col. inch $1.00 1 inch daily per month $22.00 Each additional inch — $13.00 Rates Quoted Are Local CLASSIFIED: WORK 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. Thorne Cattle Co., Marion. Pho. 662-7516. C-40 Farmers Needs FOR SALE — Model 303 combine with 13 ft. platform and 2 row cornhead.- 675-4660. C-41 FOR RENT — 2 room furnished apartment. 675-6047. C-44 FOR RENT — House trailer. Ph. 675r4984. . - P-44 FOR RENT — Nice 4 room modern house, new carpet and furnished. InSharpsville. Prefer adult couple only. No pets. 963-5915. TF 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 upstairs ^ unfurnished apartment. 234 1/2 S. Main 675-6812. 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 RENT — 3 room furnished apartment 675-6812. TF Classifieds Work WANTED — Light hauling in Tipton- area. Phono 675-6346 P-44 WANTED — Someone.who lives in Sharpsville and works in Tipton to deliver newspaper bundle daily except Sunday. Tipton Tribune. TF 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 WANTED — Ironings. Mrs. Franklin Wray. 292-2679. C-43 WANTED — Trash hauling, two times a month. 'Will clean out attics and garages also. Call Jim Walker 675-2475 or 675- , 7325. 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-43 Wanted To Buy Male Help Wanted . •WANTED TO BUY * Wanted To Rent WE NEED USED FURNITURE Top Dollar— Fast Pick-up 552-5315 EARLYWINE'S E. Edge, Tipton, Co. WANTED TO RENT — Up to 300 acres, fifty-fifty or cash rent. Richard Fernung.• 963-2215. P-41 Rip Kirby By John Prentice & Fred Dickenson POPEYE ® By Bud Sagendorf WONOECFUL! THEM YOU'LL DATING ME A6AIW? Blondie ® By Chic Young Brick Bradford ® By Paul Norris ^ ^ r BSlC< PL.OP5 CM TOWACP THE &UILP- l\'G? OM THE PJSTAMT Hoeizosi.... z PiND CO\EC BRAPPOKP, AND PiNP IT PAST! THE C ELECTROMAGNETIC j\ L Pi61_P0F TH* SPACE- ^1 / SUIT MIGHT NOT STAND uP ASAIMST THElB. AENVAMENTS!' 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) Real Estate For Sale 2 Acres on black top road. Prime building site. 3 bedroom modern well located. Good condition & priced to sell. JOE ROSS, Realtor Phone 675-6492 Services 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 L-E-S HOME IMPROVEMENT Co. "building, guttering, roofing, remodeling, aluminum and vinyl siding. Owned by Lewis E.-Schildmeier, Atlanta 2922648. P-44 FRONT-END ALIGNMENT "-Smith Tire Servioj, 115 N. Indep. St. Phone 675-6165. . TF SEPTIC TANK'Cleaning.-Ray­ mond Tragesser. „ Call 552-' 7162 or 675-21631 C-TF' r WELCOME TO THE 10 HOUR WORK WEEK! If you. would like to work 10 hours j» week at your own pace,' in your own car, and build your own business.. If y.u would like to invest as liu> as S60O to $1500 in spare- cash lo start d business that can give yuu a - nice re turn per year, then we'd better have a fittle talk! We'll show you how to n ; ak your spare time pav handsome dividends with UII Snack Shops. A proven business opportunity in a .growing $5 billion market where 80r t of the business is done by the small independent operator No experience necessary* No personal sales calls nect­ ary' We will train V'»i. iuun- t-1 >ou, ii l cur»; your l-tuuUons. All you need is your car, a small investment, and be willing to work hard to become a su«- c ess Your conscientious effort wilt determine . your incorr.e. . e Arc you ready to start improving your income 5 Then" write. Please include references and] your telephone number. Usirry tn-iu \trirt, /n< LJ I Dallas, TKXH\-?-J 47 TELL Business Opportunity AN OHIO OIL CO. offers opportunity for high income PLUS regular cash, car and vacation bounses, abundant fringe benefits to mature man in Tipton area. Regardless of experience, air mail A. K. Read, Pres., American Lubricants Co., Box 696, Dayton, Ohio 45401. P-40 13 "BUND AS A BAT* A CORRECT STATEMENT 2 Nc MOST BBT$ c&E. VERV V^LL m BRIGHT IA6HT I HO>rVTM\CK 15 "THE . . OUTER CRU5T OFTKE EAR t H' TABOUT ZO MILES! 9UT THE CRUST 15 EKTSEMELV THIM BELOW THE OCEANS i *WrART Vb fl PfflMRRV PURPOSE OF VJEWHER SATELUTES? wnii"'"^ V /£F>THgR SATELLITES ORBlTlHg) ftBCNE VtfWTCH UURR\CMJES BEING] BORN ftMD TRBCK TrlElR MCNEMEViTSf HOVJ \<b MRPLE SUGAR _ MRDE FROM THE TREE SAP 2 " ISP >AP FROM THE TREE IS ABOUT WtyWHreRb COWSTAWT BOIUMS REDUCES ST TO MRPLE^?, SVr*UP~/M?W££ BOILING CQHrXpA VEPTS mo MRPLE SU&)R f<®*2/ SCIENCE TODAY By AL ROSSITER Jr. UPI. Space Writer CAPE KENNEDY (UPI) — A stargazing satellite orbited two years ago has produced "clinching" evidence that comets whizzing around the solar system are dirty balls of ice. Reports from the Orbiting Astronomical Observator (OAO) 2 also indicate that interstellar dust from which stars are born is not simply ice, as once thought, but may be made up primarily of flakes of carbon. To add to man's knowledge of the universe, the space agency plans to launch an improved version of the two-ton OAO next Monday night. It carried a larger telescope and astronomers expect it will be able to view objects eight times fainter than those seen by OAO 2. OAO 2 began its observations of comets last January when its instruments gazed at the comet Tago-Sato-Kosaka and discovered it was surrounded by a huge glowing cloud of hydrogen. Such a cloud had never before been seen because it emits light in ultraviolet wave lengths which cannot'be seen from the ground. Larger Than Sun Data showed that the cloud surrounding. the head of the . comet was one million miles in diameter, larger than the sun. Four. months later, OAO 2 found an 8-raillion-mile diameter cloud of hydrogen around the Comet Bennett. "This appears to be characteristic of comets," Dr. James E. Kupperian, OAO project scientist, said. He said the presence of hydrogen verifies the • two- decade-o)d theory of Dr. Fred L. Whipple, director of the Smithsonian' Astrophysical Ob­ servator, that comets are made p primarily of frozen water, methane, ammonia and space dust; Harvest Home Dinner West Street Christian Church, 4-H Building, November 21, 1970. Serving 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. Adults $1,75, children 6-12, 750. preschoolers 350 C-41 He said the' ice is evaporated by heat from the sun and the water, is disassociated into hydrogen and hydroxide ions. The hydrogen moves slowly to the head of. the comet and envelopes it. ' Comets Occur Infr4quently Because of their inrequent occurrence, comets have not been observed from space until this year. Before space telescopes began returning data,, many astronomers believed the dust between distant stars also was icy. However, OAO 2's observations of ultraviolet light indi- Dcpt. 79380 D m MOVING? Be sure to get in touch with the Welcome Wagon hostess. She can help you get to know your new community as quickly as possible. Phone 675-4492 cate that the properties of this interstellar material are nof' typical of ices. Based on OAO 2's. reports, GAO . scientist Dr. Albert Boggess said the actual kind of material one would visualize for the interstellar dust are flakes of graphite. And he said it is possible to build theories as to how such graphite flakes could form in the atmospheres of stars and then be scattered about the universe. With OAO 3, he said, "I hope to be able, to pin down what this solid matter in interstellar dust is." DAILY CROSSWORD 'ACROSS 1. Pain 5. Jazz dance 10. Crucifix 11. Performed by many voices -• 12. Soprano, — Moffo 13. Revolve 14. Glowing coal bit 16. Grassland 17. Watchword 19. Imitated 21. Partial refund 23. Wading bird 27. Being- employed '(2wds.) 28. Rental contract 29. Carpus or talus 30. Roam 31. Ancient Syria 33.. Longing 34. Lambkin's cry 37. African antelope 39. Illusory 41. First-rate 44. Bobbysoxer's one and only 45. Drama 46. Lachrymal 47. Czech river DOWN 1. Macaw 2. Pro's partner 3. Song from "South Pacific" (2 wda.) 4. Dutch cheese •5. Singer Dinah 6. Tyke 7. Spoken 8. Companion 9. Entreaty 11. Dress fabric 15. Diminish 17. Nursery item 18. Italian river 20. Per 22. Cnii.s- ing 24. Girl's pajama, style (2 wds.) 25.- — of Man 26. Observed 28. Tibetan monk 30. Recover 32. Prepare 34. Statue M!A LIE'DI UPjEHE IT i ;N|D' E'ETI E •I I T'A| [EL All N ! E_ B'l jTiTE'R S B ! E TJE M A'T •Bler 'Al HB:I|T,T.E'R SA»AH|S A'L[I K'E B E' [W'E;SIE[RMD' P I |L L 'A'DU ' 'R'O D!E E'L ! O'N Yeiterdsy'a Answer 35. Poker stake 36. Region 38. Back of the neck 40. Attention 42. Seize 43. Orb 1 2. 3 <*• It 5 to- 7 9 10 II . \z 13 IS it lb IT. IS P » 20 21 25 24 25 2b 21 29 nt i • m, Jl m v» n 37 5B w AO Al 42 45 •44 m w< 4S 4b 47 DAILY CRYPTOQUOTE—Here's how to work it: AXYDLBAAXR la LONGFELLOW 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 are all hints. Each day the code letters are different. A Cryptogram Quotation R OEPVO VI R XRP DWG QPGDI KWU.JFVOU GHUAUFEKWVPN RPY KWU ARZCU GH PGKWVPN. --GIOKF D V Z Y U Yesterday's Cryptoquote: THE HEART IS A MUSCLE: WHEN YOU THINK YOU'RE IN LOVE YOU'RE REALLY MUSCLE-BOUND.—ANONYMOUS (C 1970. King Fe»tur« Syndicate. Inc.) WE NOW HAVE IN STOCK A COMPLETE LINE OF S-K TOOLS COMPLETE ASSORTMENTS OPEN STOCK Ideal Christmas Gifts For The Mechanic Kessler Auto Parts

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page