The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 19, 1970 · Page 7
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 7

Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, November 19, 1970
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Till'USD AY. NOVEMBER 19, 19^0 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Page 7 CLASSIFIED RATES I Insertion 5? per word £ insertions 8? per word 3 insertions 10? per word 4 insertions 12? per word 5.Insertions 14? per word 6 insertions' 15? per word Minimum Char re $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 Serrice 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 tie 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 Classified advertising • Call 675-2115 before 3 p.m. for insertion'next day. Saturday, call before 9 a.m. Cancellation- ' Preceding day. FOR SALE — Michigan Red Delicious apples. Bring container. 122 Poplar. 675-6724. C-42 FOR SALE — A-l colored TV, " 2 years old. Coopers Home Furnishings. 119-121 N. Main TF FOR SALE — 2 snow tires and wheels. 750 x 14. Call after 5 fun. 292-2443.. C-41 FOR SALE— 7 piece chrome and formica breakfast set. 6756648. P-42 FOR SALE -- Aluminum siding. Storm windows-doors.' Kobl* Vent Awnings. A. J. Bute,' 675-2646. ' C-TF, Livestock 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 — 3bedroomhouse. References required. Call 675-4630. C-42 FOR RENT — 5 room modern house in country. Hot water heater. $75 a month. References required. P.O. Box D. C-41 FOR RENT — Two bedroom apartment Carpeted, adults only. Dial 675-6014 or 6756283. P-44 FOR RENT — Trailer space. KLM Trailer Court. Ph. 6754644. Must give reference. P-42 FOR SALE — Arriving now, 650 good,£$o 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 RENT -- 3 room upstairs furnished apartment. 6756812. TF Wanted To Rent WANTED TO RENT — Up to 300 acres, fifty-fifty or cash rent. Richard Fernung. 963-2215. P-41 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 — Boys - Girls. Earn money selling our candy. Ph. 675-6557. P-40 A4a/e Help Wanted DRIVERS NEEDED — We train you to be a semi-driver, local and city training now. available. Earn over $4.50 an hour after short training. For interview and application, call 317-636-5435, or write Sheridan Truck Lines, %Truck Line, Driver Training, 1310 S. West Street, Indianapolis, Indiana .46225. C-40 & 41 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Calssified per col. inch $1.00 1 inch daily per month $22.00 Each additional inch — $13.00 Rates Qnoted Are. Local FOR SALE — Model.303 combine with 13 ft. platform and 2 row cornhead. 675-4660. C-41 Wanted For Ren t FOR RENT — 2 room furnished apartment. 675-6047. C-44 CLASSIFIED: WORK FOR RENT — House trailer. Ph. 675-4984. P-44 ,u ANTED --Light hauling in Tipton area. Phone 675-6346 P-44 WANTED — Someone who lives in Sharpsville and works in Tipton to deliver newspaper bundle daily except Sunday. Tipton Tribune. TF FOR RENT — 3 room furnished WANTED - Painting and plast- apartment. 675-6812. TF ering. 292-2694, Atlanta. P-45 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, Stalls 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) RipKirby ® Por John Prentice & Fred Dickenson Brick Bradford ® By Paul Norris DRIVERS NEEDED — Train now to drive semi truck, local and over the road. Diesel or gas; experience helpful but not necessary. You can earn over $4.50 per hour after short training. For application and interview call 317/632-1461, or write Safety Dept., United Systems, Inc., r c Motor Freight . Terminal Bldg., 1905 S. Belmont Avenue* Indianapolis, Indiana 46221;C-40 &• 41,46-47 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 .Miscellaneous APPLES, CIDER, POPCORN '-. Pumpkins, Squash, Gourds, HAINLEN ORCHARD, 2 mi. E. of Greentown, follow signs north. . C-48 Wanted To Buy * WANTED TO BUY* WE NEED USED FURNITURE Top Dollar— Fast Pick-up 552-5315 EARLYWINE'S E. Edge, Tipton, Co. ..L-E-S HOME IMPROVEMENT Cn. building., guttering, roof- ins, rppio 'ieling. aluminum and vinyl siding. Owned by Lewis F. Schildmeier, Atlanta 292- 2C48. P-44 FRONT-END ALIGNMENT - n Smith Tire Sonl:\ 115 N. Indep. St. Phone 675-fil8b. . TF L P. Gas Service OR INSTALLATION No Equip. Charge (IN lb. WMIes) Prompt Service TenBrook Sales, .INCORPORATED Highway 2* Es»t • ' Tipton, Indian* SEPTIC TANK Cleaning.: Ray-* mond Tragesser. Call 552-' 7162 or 675-2163. C-TF Real Estate f For Sale Services 2 Acres on black top read. Prime building site. 3 bedroom modern well located. Good condition & priced to sell. JOE ROSS, Realtor Phone 675-6492 YOU saved and slaved for wall to wall carpet. Ktep it new with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer, $1. Carney's Drug Store. C-42 M ATHEWS BUILDING, INC. ' KKANK'FORT, rsu. KJ?.'. Ph. Area Code 317-208-2818 12 yrs, t'X|ierieiKe in farm,, (Miiiiniorcial lildi;. Loyal Workers Class of Hobbs Christian Church will have Market at Zehner Shoe Store Saturday, November 21. 9 a«ra C-40 & 41 Harvest Homej Dinner West Street Christian Church, 4-H Building, November 21, 1970. Serving 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. Adults $1 U 75, children fJ-12, 75C U preschoolers 35C C-41 END OF AN. ERA CHICAGO (UPI>- Edward A. Toppel, who gave his all for the miniskirt, says he is going back to stockbroking. When the midiskirt o first appeared, .Toppel, 29,-quit his job as a stockbroker and began selling: "Stop the Midi" buttons '• in eight cities across the nation. Toppel said Tuesday button sales are down lately, but claimed to have sold 75,000 at 50 cents each, clearing $5,000, "It is the end of an era," he said. "I think 4he campaign was a success. It gave men a chance to protest against fashions." • NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION (D Uw Circuit Court of Tiptoa Conor?, Indiana. Notice is hereby given that William Eeatty mis on the 16tn day of November, 1970, appointed: Administrator of toe estate of Millard McCorkle, deceased. All persons having claims against said real estate, whether or not oow dae, most file the same in said court within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice er said claims will be forever barred. Dated at Tipton, Indiana, this 16th day of November, 1970. Ross U. Hufford Cleric of the Circuit Court for Tipton County, Indiana E. R. Chance, Attorney L-60 P-40-I7-5J Public Auction Due to quiting farming, I the undersigned will-sell at Public Auction located 5 miles west of Arcadia on Arcadia Pike or 1 mile east of Hwy. 31 on SATURDAY, Nov. 21,1970 At 10:30 a.m. HOUSEHOLD—2 pc L.R. Suite, French end and coffee table, RCA Victor color TV, floor radio, base rocker, overstuffed chair, recliner, bookcase, 3 table lamps, 2 large flowers, 12x18 rug. 12x15 rug and pad, drum table, cherry seat front desk, Kenmore sweeper & attachments, Dominion fan w/stand, 3 pc. B.R. Suite, mattress & box springs, 4/6 iron bed. mattress & box springs, bedding, linens, 4/6 mattress & box springs, Frigid- aire doub. door frost • free refrigerator, Maytag gas range,. Maytag wringer washerd yr. old). Duo Therm oil heater w/blow- er, utility cabinet, utility cart, 2 kitchen tables, base cabinets, dishes, pots & pans. ANTIQUES—Oak round table & 5 chairs, round top trunk, side chair, 2 lamp tables, walnut blanket chest, secretary bookcase, pitcher & bowl, 2 refinisned wood barrels, Magnet #9 gas stove, wall mirror, iron kettle, 30 gal. copper kettle, spice cabinet, some dishes. FARM TOOLS—Farmall H 'runs good', 2 row cultivators; 814' John Deere wheel disc, 4 row JD corn planter, 2 row JD corn planter, 7' JD disc. 8' International disc, 8' Cultipacker, -3 bottom 14" International plow, 2 bottom 14" M. H. plow, 7\ International mower, weed sprayer, 2 wheel implement.trailer. Now Idea manure spreader, New Idea cornpicker (picked less than 200 acresi, J.D. gravity bed wagon. Case gravity bed wagon, 12' flat bed wagon -w'hoist, 40' Kewanee Elevator w/P.T.O., 30' Universal Cub elevator w/gas engine B&S, 2 water fountains, 3 feeders, hog troughs, creep feeders, herder gates, wheelbarrow, McCullouch chain saw, garden tools, chains and other misc. FEED—40 bales more or less of wheat straw. HOGS—90 head more or less of shoats. . TERMS: CASH. Not responsible for accidents. Mr. and Mrs. William White Owners Lewis E.Smith & Charles W. Chaudion, 'Licensed & Bonded Auctioneers - Appraisers - Liquidators Ph. 532-4895 or 532-4224 DOWN ?, Paper 1. Light color money 2. Raiment 12. Neces­ 3. Gambling sitous everything: 17. Fall colloq. behind (3wds.) 23. Lorcn's 4. Girl's name "three" 5. Region of 25. Seize Israel 27.Touch- 6. Seaman ing 7. : 29. Handle Wednesday 30. Eton's . 8. Gamble rival everything: 31. Also colloq. 33. Decrepit 1 3 wds. i 34. Taunted Yesterday's Aaswer ' 37. Actor Lloyd 43.Salt (Fr.) 45. Palestinian plain DAILY CROSSWORD ACROSS 1. Heathen 6. Spar 10. Expiate 11. Pale-faced 13. Cut to the quick 14. Swiss river 15. Stannum 16. - — Wallach 18. Lyric poem 19. Work unit 20. Type of truck -'.A Kennedy i'l. Departed 24.Singer Bobbie - 26. Table scrap 28. Joyous .shout 4 29. Menace 32. Outdo 35. John Brown's dog 36. Sine qua 38. Undersized 39. Go \\Tong 40. Cloying sentimentality 41. "Puppet - - String" . (2 wds.l 42. Ascended 44. Indian lemur 46. Indication 47. Part of the leg 48. Hit hard 49. Nuzzled DAILY CKYPTOQUOTE—Here's how to work it: AXYDLBAAXR is 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 GWDQMV QG W DHCB. IQMH XPQMV. H G R H U Q W K K B E P H M BLFC RWCHMXG PWDH TLMH QX ILC BLF. EQMGXLM ITPFCUPQKK Yesterday's Cryptoquotr: A CYNIC IS A MAN WHO KNOWS THE PRICE OF EVERYTHING AND THE VALUE OF NbTHING. OSCAR WILDE -, , l J 1970. King Feature.* Syndicate. Inc.) 1 Z i 5 w b 7 S 9 n 10 if 11 12 13 m 14 IS i i» n \ m IS 14 • 20 ft if 21- 2Z 23 1 Z* 25 2b 27 2» Ww P m 29 30 ii •:#%>, 31 13- IS P ib 37 39 11 40 i 41 •42 Ii •»•» 4S 4b M. •47 46 49 4 YOUR HEALTH.. By LESTER L. COLEMAN, M.D. Teacher Sounds The Alarm Dr. Coleman OUR 7-year-old boy is quiet and passive at home, but at school he is described as an absolute tyrant. •It is difficult for us to believe his teacher's-' complaints. We wonder if it is the fault of the school or us. What do you suggest?. Mr. and Mrs. T. W.. Delaware Dear Mr. arid Mrs. W.: It is good to know that yoir are not react- i ng to this problem as many other parents do. Far too often parents become angry and upset when teachers report behavior problems in class. It is highly possible that a child brought up in a rigid authoritarian .manner may break loose when he is away from home. Often these children become aggressive; even destructive. They can become unbearable to their teachers and tbvtheir classmates. To satisfy yourself, why don't you observe your child in school without his being aware of your presence and learn if his behavior there differs from his behavior at home. If it does, then it is imperative that your child be given the advantage of psy-' chological tests . to find out why he is emotionally upset. If necessary, a neurological examination and a brain-wave test may be suggested by his physician in an effort to rule out any fundamental physical disorder. It is astonishing how often the observant school teacher first points out the need for investigation of a child's behavior. Her astute and dedicated interest in her pupils should be commended rather than resented. .. i My daughter was injured while riding her bicycle. The bleeding from a deep wound was stopped by a policeman. Our doctor says that this . certainly saved her life. In one of your articles, you spoke of the contribution that the police and the fire department make for our safety. I want to add my thanks to them, and my confirmation of your feelings about them. Mrs. C. S., Penna. Dear Mrs. S.: In this age of "sophisticated" hostility for the policeman and fireman, it is gratifying to read a letter like yours. These courageous civil servants are .constantly helping their fellowman without regard for their own lives or safety. In my. many years of medical practice I have witnessed innumerable examples of their selfless devotion to the community they serve. How many of us stop to realize, when we hear a police or fire siren, the dangers that may lie ahead for these dedicated men? . * • • SPEAKING OF YOUR HEALTH: Neglect of a common cold invites uncommon complications. Dr. Lester Coleman has a sperla] eye-care booklet available for readers of this column called, "What You Should Know About Glaucoma and Cataracts." For your copy, send 25 cents in coin and a large, self - addressed 6 - cent stamped envelope to Lester L. Coleman, M.D., P.O. Box 5170, Grand Central Station, New York, N.Y. I0O17. Please mention the booklet by title. (C 1970, King Features Syndicate. Inc.) PUBLIC AUCTION Fri. Nite, Nov. 20 7:30 Sharp NEW & USED FURNITURE APPLIANCES & REPOSSESSIONS * gift items *Christmas items large selection hundreds of items * plenty of seats * financing available EARLYWINE'S FURNITURE SJR.28 W. Edge Elwood Ph. 552-5315

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