MONDAY. DECEMBER 21, 1970 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Page 7 For Sale- FOR SALE — Good used portable TV's. Kenny's Used Furniture. 675-4542. C-67 FOR SALE — 1 new guitar with amplifier, 1 set ladies golf clubs, all weather coat size 14, 2 sport jackets size 14. Call €75-4520 after 5 p.m. C-67 FOR SALE « New Sears 10 speed 24 inch boys bicycle. Phone 5-2529. P-67 FOR SALE — Brand new Early American Lane cedar chest. Lvrd. front, felt lined silver drawer. Mrs. Ivan E.~ Wilson. Telephone 675-4198. C-70 Livestock FOR SALE — 7 white-face heifer calves. 292-2238. C-70 Business Opportunity FOR SALE ~ Fireplace wood. Phone 675-6776. P-68 CLASSIFIED RATES 1 insertion 5f per word 1 1 insertions 8? per word 3 insertions 10? per word 4 Insertions 12? per word 5. insertions 14? per word 6 Insertions- 15? per wort Minimum Charke $1.25 . Charges are at a reduced cash rate and apply if the ad Is paid within 10 days after the first Insertion. Service charge of 25? will to added after the 10 day period. Advertisers should check their advertisements In the first issue in which they appear and report any error at one* as no allowance can to 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 — Fireplace wood. Bob Walsh. 675-4688. P-71 FOR SALE -- Aluminum siding. Storm, windows-doors. Kool- Vent Awnings. A. J.' Butz, 675-2646. C-TF Used Cars FOR SALE — 1953 1 1/2 ton Chevrolet truck. New motor, $150. 984-3317. P-68 For Rent CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Classified per col. inch $UO 1 inch daily per month $22.00 Each additional inch — $13.00 Rates Quoted Are Local FOR RENT — 2 bedroom apartment, heat and water furn- . ished. 675-6812. TF FOR RENT — 3 room apartment with garage. 424 So. Independence. 675-6812. TF FOR RENT — Extra nice 1 bedroom apartment. Newly remodeled, ground floor, private entrance. Close to town. 6757276. C-TF FOR RENT — 5 room downstairs apartment. Gas heat. Call after 6 p.m. 675-6290. References required. C-TF FOR RENT — Upstairs apartment. 675-2734. P-69 FOR RENT — Nice furnished 3 room apartment. 675-4580. C-70 Need carriers for route openings now and near future„ Age 11 years or over. Tipton Tribune Female Help Wanted HELP WANTED — L.P.N.5days 7 to 3, alternate weekends. Starting salary, $3 per hour. Lakeview Guest Nursing Home. CarmeL 846-3880, hours between 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. C-TF Lost & Found LOST — Large black long-haired cat, answers to"Cinder".Call • 675.-6323, Edith Haley. P-67 LOST — Little brown and white female Beagle. Reward. Call 675-2261. P-67 Wanted To Buy • WANTED TO BUY * WE NEED USED FURNITURE Top Dollar— Fast Pick-up 552-5315 EARLYWINE'S E. Edge, Tipton, Co^ PECANS Beech Grove 4-H Club. 675-4792 or 675-7296. C-67 H HARD WICK Glv * A las,in 9 Christmas Gift J 30" CHALET* GAS RANGE GENERAL CHROME FRAMED GLASS BACKPANEL — inagnfflcantly massive ... the local point of any kitchen. ELECTRIC CLOCK — a "must" for modem kitchens. Timer slgnala and of preset cooking Intervals. H.OUHESCENT-LIGHTED BACK- PANEL—lights the way to llnar cooking. BUILT-IN STYUNQ — for snug fit between cabinets, against walls. Gleaming chrome end-panel trim emphasizes bullt-ln took. CONCEALED VENTS — add to clean-line appearance. FORCE-. LAIN ENAMEL FINISH —for easy cleaning . . • lifetime beauty. LUXURY DOOR HANDLES — easy to look at . . . easy to clean . . . cool to the touch. ECONOMICAL — to buy ... to use ... to own. WARMING SHELF Convenience a'plenryl Use the bullt-ln temperature-controlled -warming shelf to keep meals hot and taaty.-rolls or other hot breads at butter melting dellclousnesa, and to warm plates or serving dishes. A delayed dinner no longer means a ruined meal. Now. just place everything on the ahelf, flip on the switch and dinner it kept at perfect table temperature, without overcooking. TOP-OF-THE-RANGE COOKING LIFT-UP/LIFT-OFF COOKTOP — for easy cleaning . . . assy access to burners, pilots, DRIP-PROOF TOP — eliminates spillover cares. EXCLUSIVE TRI-TEMP* BURNERS—.'click' Into "full-on." "simmer" and "keep-warm" settings . with 1,001 in-between ttests. REMOVABLE BURNERS—for quick sudsing at the alnk ... in the dishwasher. CHROME BURNERS—focus heat on utensils . . . stay showroom-new for a lifetime. OVEN LARGE CAPACITY OVEN — will accommodate a whole meal or the largest roast. PORCELAIN OVEN INTERIOR, CHROME RACKS, CHROME HINGES—for easy cleaning . . . lifetime newness. HEAVY INSULATION —keeps heat in oven where it belongs, and out of your kitchen. EquaTemp* BURNER — engineered for even heat distribution throughout entire oven. NON-SAG RACKS — keep baking 'on the level.' OVEN RACK STOPS — keep racks from pulling all the way out and spilling contents. REMOVABLE OVEN BOTTOM —for easy cleaning .* . . easy access to burner, pilot INSULATED OVEN BOTTOM — for ireater oven capacity. No hot epota ... no cold corners . " . tnywhtnl FOUR RACK POSITIONS — ordinary ovens have lust three. BROILER CLOSED-DOOR BROILER — this one's • "norwmoker" . . . It's clean, odorless, 100* EFFECTIVE BROILING AREA— to accommodate the largest stasia. EquaTamp* BURNER — for last broiling... flame-kissed flavor. HINGED BROILER DOOR —allows easy eccess to broiler pan. COMPLETELY REMOVABLE BROILER ASSEMBLY—for easy cleaning at the sink. GENERAL MASSIVE CHROME-FRAMED CLASS iAOCPANEl—the foci! point of any kitchen. tLlCTRIC CLOCK — a "must" lor modem kitchens. Timer signals end of preset cooking intervals. APPLIANCE OUTLET — convenient for toaster, miser and other small appliances. FLUORESCENT l/CHTEO BACKRAfJEL — li(ha the . way >o finer cooking. BUILT-IN STYLING — for snug lit between ' cabinets, against walls.- CONCEALED VENTS — add to clean-line' appearance. PORCELAIN tENAMEL CONSTRUCTION —for easy cleaning... lifetime beauty. LUXURY DOOR HANDLES—easy . to look at..; easy to clean... cool to the touch. ECONOMICAL — to buy... to use ... to own. TOP-OF-THE-RANGE COOKING LIFT-UP/LIFT-OFF COOKTOP —for easy cleaning, easy maintenance. DRIP-PROOF TOP—eliminates spillover cares. FOUR GIANT BURNERS — for fastest cooking imaginable, with high, low and 1.001 m-between heats. CHROME B.URNERS—locus heat on utensils... stay thowroom-new lor a Lifetime. COMBINATION BAKE/BROIL OVEN DouMe fixe, wptr cjp*city, "Bw A MIW" W W H kvi htnOtr+ . EQUAFIO "LIVE FLAME" MOIL BURNER — New, advanced design, superior to »ny typ« of gai burner for meal" cooking. Provides true cruf-gr.II flavor, plus filter, dear**, cooler cooking. The brail burner is placed in the top of the oven to provide , convenient waist-level broiling...it's kmokdess, too, even broiling with-the door closed. SUPER SIZE CAPACITY—groil 24 quarter pound hamburgers at one time... enough for everyone, cooked and ready to eat all at one time. DOUBLE BROILER ~~ TRAY CONVENIENCE —Use both broiler pans for big quantity cooking, one pan for smaller amounts. If some like ram meat and others like it wed done, use one pan for each and slide out the "rare*" first. ItXP/t effective broiling area over full 24" wide compartment. fQUATEMffc BAKE- BURNER — Engineered for even heat distribution throughout every corner of the oven. 140" LO-TEMP CONTROL—thaws frozen foods quickly... holds meals table ready... warms serving dishes. IT'S NATURAL TO USE GAS Coopers Home Furnishings Opening Evenings vntil 8.30 P.M. 1J9-I20 Norrfi Main I', Real Estate For Sale Services FOR SALE — Nice 6 room bungalow in Arcadia. Bargain at $4000. Contract or cash. Gas heat, 2 bedrooms and large garage. 984-3317. P-68 RAY BROWN ROOFING « 9843986 or 552-3238. P-84 SEPTIC TANK Cleaning. Raymond Tragesser. Call 5527162 or 675-2163. C-TF MAN tor career in insurance sales and service local area. Complete employee fringe benefit program up to $150 per week starting salary. Call Kokomo 453-4044 collect, 9 a.m. to 12 noon Monday thru Friday for appointment, or send resume to P.O. Box 2185, Kokomo, Indiana. P-68 ARE YOU WORTH $16,000 IN A YEAR? — Most of our men earn less but are pleasantly surprised with splendid Income they do enjoy. Need man. over 40 to take short auto trips in Tipton area. Air mail A.K. Dickerson,. Pres., Southwestern Petroleum Corp., Ft. Worth, Tex. C-67 FOR SALE 4 BR home in the country. 1 acre, attached garage, new paint and 2 baths. 975W- 330S. Cash or contract. Cozy 3 BR home in Tipton. A little work will make a swell home. $6,000 by cash or contract. Jeff Orbaugh Realty 963-2749 GOLDSMITH Persona/ Vv'anfec WANTED — Junk motor blocks, heads, radiators, copper, brass, aluminum. LEVI'S. P-68 HELP WANTED — Area manager trainee, $130.00 per week . to start, $150.00 in 4 weeks. High School graduate, car and phone necessary. . Sales experience helpful but not necessary. Call Mr. Grey 6421295 Anderson between 9 and 6. C-72 HELP WANTED — Full time, part time men or women to deliver Fuller Catalogues and pick up orders. Average $2-, .50 per hour and up. Phone Anderson 642-1295 between 9 and 6. C-72 HELP WANTED « Wanted im-' mediately, man or woman, to supply consumers in your area with Rawleigh Household Products. Can earn $75 weekly part time. $150 and up full time. Write or call giving phone and home directions. Burrell W. Sayer, 803 Shaw- ance Dr., Pendleton, Ind. 46064 C-67 CARD OF THANKS . The family of Howard H. Elliott wishes to express grateful appreciation to friends and neighbors for all the thoughtful courtesies extended during his illness and , at his death, with special thanks to the nurses and staff of Tipton Memorial Hospital, the doctor, and to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pritchard. Mrs. Doris O. Elliott Sons and Daughters • RECIPE SURGERY STAFFORD, England (UPI) — After the icing had been put on 12 large Christmas cakes, cooks at the Royal Air Force Base at Stafford remembered. they had forgotten to put in the brandy. Medical officers at the base came to the rescue. They used a hypodermic syringe to inject the brandy into the - cakes. CHILLY CUSTOM LE MANS, France (UPI) In a temperature of 34 degrees , Fahrenheit about 20 persons whose ages ranged. from 14 to 83 marked their annual tradition by diving into the waters of , the River Deme Sunday. The bathers were all members of the "frigodemes" club, founded v ll years ago by Fernand Pesson, mayor of nearby t. Beaumont sur Deme. en the lighter side By DICK WEST WASHINGTON (UPI) - "My dog Freckles got a Christmas card," an apprehensive citizen reports. The card was addressed to "Freckle Atkins" and bore the imprint of a kennel where the dog had once boarded. The message on the card said: "Sincere good wishes for the holiday season and the new year." . "This is terribly disturbing," the dog's owner says. "Are we on the brink of another Christmas mail escalation? Will people soon be exchanging cards with animals? Will we start sending cards .to people we don't even know?" Those questions can be answered with a single word — yes. • But the repiy is ex post facto. One wonders where this dog owner has been that he doesn't know these things have already come to pass. .. If this is the first time his dog has received a Christmas card, Freckles must"be only a pup. Or extremely unpopular. Guilt Feelings I don't own any animals myself but I customarily receive cards for three or four dogs and. maybe a cat or two, plus a parakeet. Just this week a card brought • me "season's • greetings from Bob and Sue Cratchit and Rover." It has a picture of the three of them .in front of their fireplace. * Rover is the one in the Santa. Claus outfit. When I opened the card I said to my wife, "Did you send one of our cards to Rover this year?" .She snapped her fingers. "I knew I had forgotten'someone," she said. "And now it's too late. I just mailed our last two cards to Spot and Snowball." DAILY CROSSWORD 31 Here (Fr.) • 4. Placed gradually (2wds.) 5. Lingerie item 6. Allude 7. Boston Bruins' Bobby 8. Senor's "uncle" 9. Do a sewing job 13. Vietnamese holiday 15. A Charlton Heston portrayal 16. Choice 17. Enticed 18. Dec. 24, for one 20. Point of view 21. Comedian Myron •TL 22. Vestibule 24. Belgian commune 27. Out calling (2 wd3.) 28. de France 32. Slur over 33. Fabled bird 36. 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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 OAQGRNTER CGINR OYTZ GM SZEJ- NGIJV LQEUUGMCR. NAZ TYRN SZEJ- NG1JV YI EVV GR E AEUUfc IETGVK EVV LQEUUSX JU GM YMZ EMYNAZQ. EMYMKTYJR Saturday's Cryptoquote: THE PARTRIDGE LOVES PEARS, BUT NOT THOSE THAT GO WITH HER INTO THE POT. •—THOREAU i z 3 4 . 5 m fa 7 8 9 IO m II »r, 12 - n >P, 'S m if b u. •M. 15 IT IS m 19 20 2) 22 Zi 24 • 'fM/, 25 2b 27 26 29 Si m 30 J 31 32 33 H 34 • in 3S 3t> m 5T 40 •41 41 44 ii r 4t> A Card From Who? As for receiving cards from people you don't know, that is one of the oidest traditions in Christendom. A card arrives from "Bertie and Lulu Jane Fridgit." You say, "Who on earth are Bertie and Lulu Jane Fridgit?" Your wife says, "I haven't the foggiest. I assumed they were somebody you knew at the office." Rip Kirby ® By John Prentice & Fred Dickenson Services BE gentle, be kind, to that expensive carpet. Clean it with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1. Carney's Drug Store. C-72 PIANO tuning and minor repairs. Howard Hanscom. 963-5822. P-73 REVIVAL OF AM OLPIOVE SENPS p£SMO//p'ssm/rs '8V Ttf£ SfA. BYW£ J ^ SEA, By Tt/£ s <fi SEA.:. POPEYE ® By Bud Sagendorf POST COMMERCIAL FARM BUILDINGS Call collect 317-985-2541 TRONT-END ALIGNMENT Smith Tire Servi>:?. 115 N. Indep. St. Phone 675-6169. TF- CUT THIS AD OUT! Thit con b« th* most important odv«rtUtm«nt el rout III* — b* COUM It may chanqs youi »co- nomlc plctur* from "bl«ak" to "bright". Owntri who now Mrrtc« UII »#ndlnq machlnot a» 9 rowing lrom pori -Hm* 10 tull-tlmo opora- tort with ComponV 'i ftaancla<|. Ai Uttlt at 1600 to 11500 In- voiifnont In U!t profit producing vondinq machlnM can qrow. Tim* rtqulromtnt Is I to I hours ptr wosk along with a MrvlcoabU car. No porsonal •olti calls. Tho machinss do tho Mlliaq lor you. 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