The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 23, 1970 · Page 7
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Page 7 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED RATES for Sale 1 Insertion 1 Insertions 5 Insertions 4 insertions 5. insertions 6 insertiowr 5? per word 1 8f per word 10? per word 12? per word 14? per word 15? per word Minimum Charre $1.25 . Charges are at a reduced cash rate and apply if the ad is paid within 10 days after the first Insertion. FORRENT — Two bedroom apartment Carpeted, adults only. Dial 675-6014 or 6756283, • ' P-44 Female Help Wanted FOR SALE - A-l colored TV, 2 years old. Coopers ,Home F0R RENT „ 3 room upstairs Furnishings. 119-121 N. Main furnished apartment. 675- TF 6812. TF Service charge of 25? will be added after the lOJay . Rerlod. 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 Memorlan 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 sum. FOR SALE -Barbieclothes for Christmas. 675-6933. Priced right. P-46 FOR SALE — Two used garage door openers, Geo. Morrisett. 675-2096. C-43 FOR SALE — Perfect Christmas gift garage door opener by "GENIE". Geo. Morrisett. 675-2096. C-52 FOR SALE — 1970 Admiral repossessed colored TV. Save $300. Cooper Home Furnishings. TF FOR RENT -- Nice 4 room ' modern house, new carpet and furnished. InSharpsville. Prefer adult couple only. No pets.. 963-5915. TF Miscellaneous APPLES, CIDER, POPCORN Pumpkins, Squash, Gourds, HAINLEN ORCHARD, 2 mi. E. of Greentown, follow signs north. C-48 FOR SALE — Late model travel trailer, 25 foot tandem. Fully self contained, sacrifice. Private owned. Parkview Trailer Court. P-43 Wan fed WORK IN YOUR HOME PART-TIME Taking calls when a person sees an ad in this paper that they want to see, and getting their name and address, and the time they wish to see the machine. We pay fifty cents for each call whether we sell the customer or not. You will receive between ten and' twenty calls per week. If you are interested please drop a card with your name and telephone number, and we will call and explain more thoroughly. Select Sewing Service, 29 Kentucky Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana 46204 Cancellation- Preceding day. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Calssified per col. inch $1.00 1 inch daily per month $22.00 Each additional inch — $13.00 Rates Quoted Are. Local 1 1^: FOR SALE -- Aluminum Riding; Storm windows-doors.' Kobl-j Vent Awnings. A. J. Bute,' 675-2646. C-TFJ For Rent FOR RENT — 3 room semi- modern house. Columbia Ave. Deposit and reference required. Phone 984-3978. C-43 FOR RENT— 2 room furnish• ed apartment. 675-6047. C-44 FOR RENT — House trailer. Ph. 675-4984. P-44 FOR RENT — One-half double. Dial 675-2458 after 6 p.m. C-TF FOR RENT — 3 room furnished apartment 675-6812. TF WANTED -- 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 t •• ' WANTED — Ironings. Mrs. FranklinWray. 292-2679. C-43 WANTED — Painting and plastering. 292-2694, Atlanta. P-45 WANTED — Interior painting. Call 675-4991. P-52 WANTED — To help you drive ^to Florida after Nov. 26th. 984-3986, collect. P-45 Need carriers for route openings now and near future. Age 11 years or over. Tipton Tribune FEMALE HELP WANTED ~ " Salesgirl wanted for rapid growing cosmetic company. Convenient hours and high pay. Ph. 947-3183. P-43 Male Help Wanted 1 ' Feed Salesman Need District Manager to handle our Livestock Yeast Culture Premixes and Non Pollutant Organic Soil Fertilizers thru Farmer Dealers this territory. Write or call Sales Dept. Box 146, Van Wert, Ohio —Tel-Area-419-363-2881. P T 45 MALE HELP WANTED — V you are not making over $100P ' a month, WHY? 947-3183. . P-43 Classifieds Work Rip Kirby ® Por John Prentice & Fred Dickenson JAMEISON KILLED HIM, SELF, PAWV... FOR A POT I OF SOLP AT THE END OF AN EVIL . RAINBOW By Chic Young Brick Bradford <§>. By Paul Norris 7W£ SHIP LANPS AMP SOICK 15 SulOBC IhlTO A SMAU- eUJIt-exHG.... f TM suge KALEEFi WHAT CO vve W I'LL. LET YOU PeOP6—H6 HA.VB HERE/ ft TELL? A FANCIFUL. STORVl " - — ~ se / Business Opportunity BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY — How much are you worth? We have openings in this area for anyone with desire to earn BIG MONEY with small investment. Phone 947-3183. . ; P-43 Wanted To Buy * WANTED TO BUY ii~ - WE NEED USED' FURNITURE "Top Dollar— Fast Pick-up 552-S315 EARlYWINfS E. Edge, Tipton, Co. Services •••••••••'••^^ • REDUCE safe & fast with GoBese Tablets & E-Vap "water pills" Blue Front Drug Store. Monday P-43-49-55 FOR "a job well, done feeling" clean carpets with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1. Carney Drug Store. C-48 L-E-S HOME IMPROVEMENT Co. building, guttering, roofing, remodeling, aluminum and" vinyl siding. Owned by Lewis E. Schildmeier, Atlanta 2922648. P-44 SEPTIC TANK. Cleaning. ~ Ray- 1 ) mond Tragesser. 'Call 55-2._ 7162 o-- .Wi-2163. C_-TF. TRONT-END ALIGNMENT -\ Smith Tire Servka.. U5 N. Indep. St. Phone 675-6165. TF: On the Farm Front By LEONARD CURRY WASHINGTON (UPI)- Agriculture Secretary Clifford M. Hardin is remaining calm in a storm of speculation that he will soon resign. Published and broadcast reports have listed Hardin along with Treasury Secretary David M. Kennedy and interior Secretary Walter J.- Hickel as likely to have new successors. Informed sources in Washington believe President Nixon is concerned over election defeats in the farm belt where Democrats made eight of their nine gains in the House of Representatives. Tony T. Dechant, president of the National Farmers Union, and other farm leaders have been claiming since the results of the Nov. 3 election were in that it was a "farm revolt." Hardin, who in the past has indicated he would leave amicably if asked by Nixon, said through a spokesman Thursday that he has not submitted his resignation. . "He (Hardin) intends to stay in his job as long as the President wishes him to, and there is every indication that the President wants him to stay," 33. At that point 35. Moslem ruler 36: Obstinate person DAILY CROSSWORD ACROSS DOWN 1. Water 1. Small pitcher whirlpool 5. Obfuscate 2. Had on 10. Peace 3. Uniform symbol 4. Matter 11. Laundress, (law) for 5. Two-footed example animal 13. Military 6. Quod formation demon- (2wds.) strandum 15. Longing 7. Click beetle 16. All up 8. Indolent 17. "El " ». Interposed (Heston 12. Blush movie) 14. Sterne's 18. Ungentle- "Tristram manly " guy 19. South African town 20. Dawn 22. Grudge 23. Wandered 24. Assembly of 13 witches 25. The opposition • 26. Regretted 27. Solicitude 28. Obtain 29. Written letter 30. Bikini part 31. Obese 34. Gain an advantage (3wds.) 37. Beset 38. Withered 39. Packing case 40. Observed . DAILY CRYPTOQUOTE—Here's how to work it: AXYDLBAAXB, ia 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 VJ A 2 M A J K A V S S W G J E HK V EVZ LALGSEHWJ FNHSN VDDWFK V MAT- KWJ EWKMAJL UWTA WJ DGZG- THAK ENVJ WJ JASAKK H EHAK.— VJWJOUWGK Saturday's Cryptoquote: SELF-MADE MEN ARB MOST ALWAYS APT TO BE A LITTLE TOO PROUD OF THE JOB.—JOSH BILLINGS NEW IN TOWN? LET US PUT OUT, THE MM gCQME WASfc ni n«i rjam t»ut • at »rt • FhOM. 675-4492 at Your Friendly Bank FARMERS LOAN & TRUST COMPANY 110 E. Jeff. St. Tipton, Indiana MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1970 business today By LeROY POPE UPI Business Writer NEW YORK (UPI)-Are backseat drivers really good judges of the motorists they criticize? If they are, their opinions of the spouses or other drivers they habitually ride with obviously are important from a safety standpoint. Industrial psychologist Harold Henderson believes the opinions of backseat drivers are valuable. So, under the sponsorship of Pirelli Tire Corp., he quizzed 5,000 persons at the International Automobile Show in New York last winter in a survey called "the driver I know best." Dr. Henderson finally has come up with the results of the survey, and they contain some surprises. . Oen Are Most Critical Who are the more critidal backseat drivers, men or women? Men by a substantial margin, the answers showed. What kind of persons are the spokesman said. And there is support for that position too, partly in the passage of the farm bill Thursday by a 48-35 vote in the Senate. Trie bill, which will be signed. by Nixon shortly, is the administration's answer to critics contending farm income is falling under the Republicans. Hardin has faith'in the experimental "set aside" program to. make planted acreage and price, supports more flexible to compete with fluctuations of the market. But the architect of the "set aside" program needs time to implement it. Hardin says the three - year program beginning in 1971 will be the one that helps farmers begin to compete more equally with other segments of the economy. The question that will be answered within the next six weeks is whether the midterm election results carried enough weight to knock out Hardin before the ' championship event gets under way. . regarded as the best drivers by persons who ride with them habitually? The technically oriented—Xray technicians, dental technicians and such— rated best. Who got the worst ratings from their habitual passengers? Soldiers, sailors and airmen. Laborers, professional people and business men were in between, in that order. Experience apparently didn't influence the backseaters. They rated almost 75 per cent of the; drivers with less than seven' years experience as above average. Most Parents Are Proud Brothers and sisters were consistently more critical of each other as. drivers than persons in other relationships. The siblings accused each other more frequently of taking unnecessary risks. Sons and daughters were inclined to be critical of their parents' driving. Parents tended to insist their offspring were marvelous drivers and "had the best control of their temper while . driving?' Henderson refused comment on the validity of such parental judgement. Other opinions by the backseat drivers were: — Motorists who learn from a professional instructor are better drivers than those taught by, friends or relatives. Few attached much importance to the use of seat.beits as a measure of safety consciousness. But drivers who are fussy about checking tires, brakes and lights generally got high ratings from the constant passenger. City Drivers Rated Tops Persons who take a drink before driving drew poor ratings in general but 10 per cent were rated as "excellent". On the other hand none of the non-drinking drivers was rated as poor. The number of accidents on a driver's record didn't seem to count for too much in the opinion of the back seaters. About 30 per cent of those with two or more accidents were declared above average. There's a little more to AMMO<PHOS fertilizers an just There's a little calcium oxide, magnesium, iron oxide, manganese, boron, copper, molybednum, zinc, and more than just a little suiter in every bag or ton of AMMO-PHOS Fertilizers. We go to this trouble because we have pride in our products and their quality. They are sold by a special kind of dealer, too. A rare type who believes service just naturally goes along with a fertilizer as good as Ammo-Phos. He's your Olin Agent. ADLER'S SEEDS UJS. 31 at Sharpsvilla Road

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