The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 2, 1970 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 2, 1970 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Page 5 CLASSIFIED RATES 1 insertion 5? per word 2 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 Charre $1.25 Charges are at a reduced bash rate and apply if the ad is paid within 10 days after the first insertion. For Sale Service charge of 25? will be added after the 10 day pjeriod. 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 Classified advertising - Call 675-2115 before 3 p.m. for insertion'next day. Saturday, call before 9 a.m. Cancellation- Preceding day. FOR SALE ~ Regulation pool table. 675-2815 after 4 p.m. C-54 FOR.SALE — 82" Early American gold tweed sofa, good condition, $100.00. Phone 6756613. P-52 FOR SALE — Chrome table and J chairs. Dirilyte butter spreaders. Navajo rug. Christmas decorations. Phone 675-4647. Mrs. Paul Grishaw. C-53 FOR SALE — 11/2 horse power deep-well pump. $45. Call 675-2113. C-55 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Classified per col. inch $1.10 1 inclTdaily per month $22.00 Each additional inch — $13.00 Rates Quoted Are Local GREEN CHRISTMAS TREES Flocked Trees Frosted Trees Available in PINK, BLUE, RED, and GREEN Place Your Order Early! SMITH TIRE SERVICE 115 North Independence Street Phone 675-6165 OPEN 8a.m. to 7p.m. SUNDAYS 1 to 7p.m, FOR iALts — rtrfect Christmas gift garage door opener by "GENIE". . Geo.. Morri. sett. 675-2096. C-52 FOR SALE — 18 feeding shoats, see at 336 Sweetland Ave. P-53 FOR SALE -- 6 ft. Stainless Aluminum Christmas Tree. Color wheel, stand - 49 - red glass balls. Call 675-4960. P-51 "ANTIQUE furniture and glassware of all kinds, including Greentown, Jenkins, cut glass and R.S. Prussia." 900 East Gerhart St., Kokomo. P-55 FOR SALE -- Aluminum.sidings Storm windows-doors. J Kobl- Vent Awnings. A. J. Butz, 675-2646. C-TF MAKE US AN OFFER — Willys Van-Station Wagon. 1961. Needs motor block. Call 6754677 after 5:00 p.m. P-56 For Rent Pets FOR SALE — AKC registered St. Bernard puppies, males. Kokomo. 452-8687. P-56 FREE — Puppies, part Collie. 675-4720. C-56 Used Cars FOR SALE — 1970 Mach I Mustang. 675-4467; C-54 FOR SALE — 1965 Pontiac, 4 door Catalina. One owner. Stanley Obrecht, $550. Kokomo 459-8648. P-53 Classifieds Work FOR SALE — 1964 Mercury FOR SALE ~ Michigan Red De- Comet, 4 door, auto, trans., licious Apples, $3.50. Bring power steering, air condition, containers. 123 Poplar. 675- Call 675-4256 after 4:30 p.m. 6724. P-53 C-52 FOR RENT — 2 bedroom house, fully carpeted, garage attached. Call after 6 p.m. G75- 4322. TF FOR RENT — 3 room unfurnished downstairs apartment with garage. 302 S. West St. C-53 FOR RENT — 5 room house. 123 Columbia Ave. 675-2682. • TF FOR RENT. -- Large apartment fully carpeted, upstairs. All utilities except electricity. References required. Mature adults. 675-6021 after 4. TF FOR RENT — Upstairs apartment, 2 blocks from town. 3 rooms and bath. Heat and water furnished. One or two adults. Immediate possession. Write Post Office Box 311. . Tipton. P-53 FOR RENT -- Four rooms and bath, small enclosed back - porch. Downstairs. Vacant. Phone 675-4478. P-52 FOR RENT — 5 room modern at 137 W. North St. Call 6752555. C-51 FOR RENT — Nice 4 room modern house, new carpet and furnished. InSharpsville. Prefer adult couple only. No pets. 963-5915. TF FOR RENT— 3 room furnished apartment. Inquire 409 Oak St. TF POPEYE ® By Bud Sagendorf Rip Kirby ® By John Prentice & Fred Dickenson THESE MAS TO BE A FIRST TIME FO» EVEBVTHlNS, I , DOESN'T ,' I THERE? Brick Bradford ® By Paul Norris FOR RENT apartment. • 3 room furnished 675-6812. TF FOP. RENT — 3 room upstairs unfurnished apartment. 234 1/2 S. Main. 675-6812. Tj" — . FOR RENT — 2 doubles and an upstairs aiartment, also upstairs furnished apartment. Call 675-2458 after 6. TF Real Estate For Sale 131 Acres Improved. Tipton County. Reasonable. 4 Acres - Jackson Twp. Hamilton County. House, barn & on Blacktop road ' 1 Acre — North of Kempton with 8 room modern home and attached 1-1/2 car garage. Everything in tip-top condition We have others! JOE ROSS, Realtor 221 S. Main St. Phone 675-6492 Business Opportunity LOCAL Career Opportunity in sales & service of life insurance. Starting salary, $550. per month. Full fringe benefits. No experience required. Call before noon Kokomo 4534044 or nights 453T3348 or write Kokomo, Box 2185. P-53 Wanted To Buy * WANTED TO BUY 4 WE NEED USED FURNITURE Top DolUr— Fast Pick-up 552-5315 EARLYWINrS E. Edge, Tipton, Co. Wanted WANTED — Interior painting. Call 675-4991. P-52 Services BUILDING or REMODELING, . Carpentry, Concrete, Garages. Twenty-five years experience. CaU 675-4001. TF BLUE Lustre not only rids carpets of soil but leaves pile soft and lofty. Rent electric sham. pooer, $1. Carney's Drug Store. C-54 'SEPTIC TANK Cleaning. - Raymond Tragesser. Call 5527162 or 675-2163. C-TF .FRONT-END ALIGNMENT -1 Smith Tire Sorvki. 115 N. Indep. St. Phone 675-6165. TF WASHINGTON WINDOW . By Eugene V. RISHER WASHINGTON (UPI) — Backstairs ut the White House: The dominant feeling here about the recently conducted U.S. raid on a prisoner of war camp near Hanoi. is one of puzzlement rather than passion. Even the harshest critics of President Nixon's Vietnam policies do not seriously question the propriety of such daring and potentially escalatc- ry actions as the helicopter- borne commando raid Nov. 21 on Son Tay — if they are effective in relieving the misery of the American prisoners and their families. Nor do they have anything but admiration for the courage and competence of the 50-odd commandos who carried ouh the attack on the fringes of North Vietnam's capital. But the fact that the well conceived and executed plan failed because the prisoners had been moved indicates something awry with America's intelligence operations. Defense Secretary Mslvin R. Laird's refusal to concede that the raid was anything but successful, or that any intelligence gap existed, has fueled the puzzlement. White House officials explain that President Nixon knew in . advance there was a chance that the prisoners would not be there when the raiders arrived, but agreed to the operation anyway on the theory that it would dramatically demonstrate to both the prisoners themselves and their wives and families in the United States that they have not been forgotten. The President, the officials say, also saw the raid as a means of focusing world attention on the plight of the prisoners in hopes of forcing Hanoi to threat them more humanely. Apl of this should not obscure the central fact that more than 50 men risked their lives in an operation whoss only justification lay in its success. And it was unsuccessful because no body knew that the prisoners, had been moved several days — perhaps weeks —before the raid took place. In his testimony before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Laird said the United States had no inteUigence agents on the ground in North Vietnam and complained that cameras have not yet been devised to see through the tops of buildings and into cellblocks. Assuming that Laird did not misspeak himself, the implication of this is that electronic devices are the only means the United States has forgathering intelligence in North Vietnam. And despite the sophistication of these gadgets, they fall far short of trained human beings in assessing the capability, intentions and operations of the enemy. DAILY CROSSWORD Persona/ FOR SALE: Stone suburban home, 6 years- old on beautifully landscaped lot with plenty of shade. Three bedrooms, bath and half carpeted living room and hallways. Carpeted panelled family room, dinette. Attached panelled 2 car garage. Extras such as patio, garbage disposal, intercom radio system, water softener, drapes, curtains, washer, dryer. Barn on back of lot. Natural gas heat. Dial 675-4782 for appointment Need carriers for route openings now and near future., Age 11 years or over. Tipton Tribune CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our gratitude and appreciation to the relatives, neighbors and many friends for their many acts of kindness bestowed on us during the loss of "our loved one, Mrs. Audrey Cunningham. The Children and Grandchildren ^USTCO^M at Your Friendly Bank FARMERS LOAN : & TRUST COMPANY 110 E.Jeff. St. I Tipton, Indiana ACROSS DOWN" 18. Actross l.Pain 1. Immedi­ 5. Gather ately ' Martin- 10. Proceed - (2 wds. i elli briskly. 2. Least 19. Cotton 11. Islands refined State south of 3. Whet­ labbr.i Sicily stones 21. Secular 12. Moonshine 4. Girl's name 23." (2 wds.l 5. Bardot's Got 14. Make "friend" Six­ beloved 6. Homo pence" 15. First sapiens 25. Of St. mate 7. Toothed- Peter 16. "Easy leaved 27. Iran's ." tree ruler old radio 8. Eydie's 29. Grew show husband taste­ 17. Ap­ 9. Cut, as less proached wood 30. Bridge 20. French 12. Repast charge article 13. Italian 31. Accu­ 21. Lie river mulate around 22. Spanish aunt 24. Weaken 26. Passport endorsement 28. "C Magnlfi- que" 31. Conversation 34. Preminger 35. Levy 36. Stellar 38. In one's decline: colloq. (3 wds.) .41. Type of street show 42. Frenchman's name 43. Penetrate 44. Allen Ynterdiy's Aaiw«r 32. Actress Marisa. 33. Bring to bear 34. Additional 37. Bondman 39. Caddoan Indian 40. Thrice I comb, form) -AS:. 1 Z 3 III! 5 7 a 9 • 10 Hi 11 12 13 fr* It n IS lb 17 >a «» 20 2> \ / \" If m 22 23 2* 2S •/,.,: \% ' m it 2k 21 i '• 29 30 33 H 3* 35 • y/y/' 3b 31 58 -to M fete *2 43 it V m \ DAILY CRYPTOQUOTE—Here's how, to work it: AXYDLBAA Xg/ to LONGFELL O W One letter simply stands for another. In this sample A ta 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 M S D W J G G T M S N M K N A F V M S D AGQBDVM GT NBB EJDNMLJDV FV MSN M A G G M S D J EIDNMLJD S N V D P D J H D A F D H F M . - X . E . B F E S - MDAQ D J X Yesterday'* Cryptoquote: MY MOTHER HAD A GREAT DEAL OF* TROUBLE WITH ME BUT I THINK SHE ENJOYED IT.- MARK TWAIN (C 1970. Kins Fcmturu Syndicate. Inc.) TODAY'S ALMANAC By United Press International - Today is Wednesday, Dec. 2 . the 336th day of 1970. The moon is between its new phase and first quarter. The morning stars are Venus, Mars and Jupiter. The evening shars are Mercury and Suturn. Those born on this date are under hhe sign of Sagittarius. On this day in history; In 1804 Napoleon Bonaparte crowned himself emperor of France at ceremonies in Paris. In 1851 Napoleon's nephew, _ Louis Napo'eon, overthrew the French Republic and proclaimed himsslf Emperor"Napoleon III. In 1942 the atomic age was born when scientists working under a football stadium at the University of Chicago demonstrated a self-sustaining nuclear reaction. In 1964 an estimated 2'/ 2 million persons greeted Pope Paul as he visited Bombay, India. A thought for today: George Bsrnard Shaw suid, "There are no secrets better keph than the secrets that everybody vues- ses." Jackson Community Club Christmas Bazaar Saturday, December 5. Ill W. Jefferson. 9 A.M. until sold. Gifts, candy and decorations. C-53 TRUCK CLEARANCE- CLEAN SWEEP SALE 1967 Chevrolet 1965 IHC 1965 Willy's 4-wheel drive 1964 IHC 1961 Ford Omaha bed and rack 1960 IHC, pick up real clean runs good 1955 Chev. 2-ton with grain bed . 1952 IHC $99 runs good 1964 Tempest Convt. 1965 Ford 4-door sedan PRING IMPLEMENT 131 No. Main ANTIQUE AND FURNITURE AUCTION Located 2 miles north of Windfall, Indiana, on State Road 213 SATURDAY. DECEMBER 5. 1970 at 1:00 P.M. FURNITURE: Solid Cherry 6 piece bedroom suite complete with hanging mirror; large round solid Cherry coffee table; solid Cherry deck end tables; 2 piece living room suite; Cherry" dining room suite; knee hole desk; couch and occasional chair; 5 piece breakfast set; occasional chair; . base rocker; larger floor fan; console black and white T.V. set; magazine rack; Hoover electric sweeper; electrolux sweeper; lot of porch and lawn furniture; 2 burner hot plate; kitchen electrical appliances; food grinders; nice rocker; metal ironing board; throw rugs; garden hose and equipment; 2 canners; bedding and linens; many utensils and dishes, also other property. ANTIQUES: • 2 Gone-With-The Wind lamps both good; dishes including set for 6 gold band Havaland set; 3 other sets of dishes; stemmed compotes; lot of nice deep dishes; several cake stands; figurines; Car naval ware; milk glass; hand painted vases; table lamps; coffee grinder; cut glass and pressed glass; McGuffey readers - 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th grades; other old books;' old trunk; refinished tin door pie safe; glass door cupboard; 2 large stone vases; stone jars and crocks; fruit jars; and much more. Auctioneers note - this sale has nice antiques so please plan your afternoon with us. TRUCK: 1962 Ford 1/2 ton pickup in good repair. Terms: Cash or equivalent. Not responsible for accident or goods after sold. FLORA WRIGHT: Owner Eddie Nash, Auctioner, Windfall phone 595-3503 O.B. Swinford, Auctioneer, Elwood phone 552-6089 Verl Myers, Clerk, Greentown phone 628-7844 A

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