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January 5, 1971

The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, January 5, 1971
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1971 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE DAILY CROSSWORD CLASSIFIED RATES 1 Insertion 5$ per word' 2 Insertions 8f per word 3 Insertions lOfper-word 4 insertions 12f per word 5. insertions • 14f per word 6 Insertions* 15f per word Ifmlmnm Cbarce JT.25 Charm are at a reduced cash ran. and apply If the ad Is paid within 10 days after the first insertion. for Sale. Livestock 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 nude except lor the first Incorrect insertion. BLACK FACE LOCAL 20$ per line LIGHT FACE LOCAL . Memorian .15 f 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. FOR SALE — Used 90,000 BTU Siegler oil heater. Goldsmith General Store. : C-79 FOR SALE — Used R.C.AJ color TV. New picture tube. Cooper's Home Furnishings, j TF .< , i FOR SALE --Heavy fryers, some layers. Phone 675-6703 • . - P-79 FOR SALE — Buick brake front, aluminum drums, Buick 57, rear axles and gears. LEVPS _ |-P-|79 ' FOR SALE — 4 pc, 'sectional gas dryer, 3 wicks. ; Phone 675-6398.. , , C-81 FOR SALE — Pure bred hamp. boars. Olan Cunningham. 9473471, Kempton. C-81 Real Estate For Sale FOR SALE — Nice 6 room bungalow in Arcadia. Bargain at $3500. Contract or cash. Gas beat, 2 bedrooms and large - garage. 984-3317. c-84 V "-I 'M FOR SALE -AHolton Trombone. Melvin Schulenburg. 675-7256 FOR SALE — Siamese kittens, $500 each. Free 1 English Shepherd pup. Phagan Car• michael 675-6995. j P-8 .' • '. ^~ i i » FOR SALE — Aluminum siding. Storm windows-doors. Vent Awnings. A. J. 675-2646. Kool' Butz, C-TF Used Cars Cancellation. Preceding day. FARMS FOR SALE — 58 acres: 7 room modern house, barn and storage buildings on 3 acres; 55 acres, rich black farm land,.recent yield 49 bushels soybeans per acre. Located 4 miles east of Tipton and 3/4 mile north of St. Road 28 on Tipton County Road 200 East. Bids now accepted. Contact H. R. Hoover, trustee (for Park W; Hoover), 303 Jackson St., Anderson, 46012. Phone 642-9045 or 643-1357. • •'. C-8 For Rent FOR RENT — 3 room apartment. 234 1/2 So. Main. 6756812. TF FOR RENT — Farm. Cash rent Normanda community. Flava Graham, 947-3884. P-82 FOR RENT — Very nice 3 bedroom house. Adults or small family. $115.00 per month. Damage deposit and references . required.. Call 675-6668 after 5:00. Available January 10. P-79 FOR RENT — 3 room upstairs'' apartment. Available now. No children or pets. 234 N. Madison. 675-2522. C-5 FOR RENT — 6 room house and bath. Immediate possession. 675-7269 after 4 p.m. C-5 FOR RENT — House, 3 bedroom. -522 Vine. 675-6473. P-5 FOR.RENT — 2 bedroom, fully carpeted, gas heat, paneled attached garage. Reference. Call after 6 p.m. 675-4322. C-8 FOR RENT 675-6735. 6 room house. P-79 Wanted FOR SALE — 1968 Dodge; co 500. A-l. 675-6062 FOR RENT — 3 room furnished p ^jj apartment. 675-4702: C-83 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY dMsified per col. inch $U« 1 inch dally per month $22.00 Each additional inch — $13.00 Rates Qaotgd Are' Local FOR SALE — 1960 Chevy, new tires, safety inspected.! 6752510. : P-84 FOR RENT — 2 bedroom apartment, heat and water furnished. 675-6812. ' TF WANTED -- Home for female Poodle-Terrier watch dog. Ph. 675-4390. ,-' • • ' P-79 HELP WANTED— Babysitter in my home or yours. Goodwages for the right woman. Call after* 5:30. 675-2822. P-79 FOR SALE — 1953 1 Chevrolet truck. New $150. 984-3317. j/2 ton F0R ? ENT " 5 room downstairs bnotor apartment; Gas heat. Call G-84 after 6 p.m. 675-6290. References required. C-TF Pets Blondie By Chic Young —f llllllllllllli, . " iliLH . imm -i—SW "Mill!- LWIUI. ^.^.-.v-- Brick Bradford By Paul Norrii I .AMP THEM... I SCEAT SCOTT.' A Lim—— 1 • ..." J* \ nA^n *Trt^r^rti—:r-» Male Help Wanted TEXAS OIL COMPANY has opening in Tipton area. No experience necessary. Age not important 'Good character a must We train. Air mail A. Q. Dicker son, Pres., Southwestern Petroleum Corp., Ft Worth. Tex. C--79 Female Help Wanted ' j f' HELP WANTED — Babysitter in- my home, days. Call after 4 p.m. Mrs. Rick Curnutt 675-6137. C-8 Wanted To Buy A * WANTED TO PUY 4 WE NEED USED FURNITURE Top Dollar— Fast Pick-up 552-5315 EARLYWINE'S E. Edge, Tipton. Co. ACROSS, - l.-Take 1 |: : ,." : exception 6. - ! Houston ; . 9. imbue ". with joy 10. Bind 13. Compare 14. Terra firma ' 15. Consumed 16. Lambkin's 'mama" ! 18. Click beetle . 19. Favorable vote ^ 20. State of hostility: 21. Spire {ornament 22. Not up yet 24.—— and bear it 25. Inquired 27. City in ! Montana 28. Talon : • 29. The two 30. On the I sick list . 3lJ Lamprev 3zJ Night before .Wire measurement ! Wildly gay ! ... - vivant, lJbin || I LCegislate "42 ?yentrilo- •!"'] quist, ' I Wences . 43. Heliacal 44. Cheerful 45. Cockney's ' "TV" DOWN 1. Procrastinate ; 2. Choice ;/ group 3. Does well on Wall St. (3wds.) ' 4. Colorado Indian ' 5. Kept the Subscription going 6. Guide 7. Macaw 8. Do great at bat: slang (3 wds.) 11. Layoff! : . (2 wds.) ' 12. Sanctuary 17. Thick . roll 23. canto 24. Destroy the Inside of 25. Enmity 26. Salty 27. Most daring 29. Miss Lillie 31.Coruh- . dum Yesterday** Aaawer • ''••{ 33. Oral j" 34. Vestibule 39. Come; —^head (2 wds.) 41. Variant ; of Noah 35. 36 37 38 1 2 . 3 A- 5 • m b X 8 1 9 10 ir- it 13 WM [« 15 l lb - n IB i; 19 i 20 Zi j.' _ n 23 m tr I • 25 2b m 27 il-- j 26 s 29 1 II - i 50 r. 3> • il: •33 35 H 3b - m w 36 • £ m •40' •r •«. HP 13 Hp ii 7 1*r | . CBYPTOQUOTE—Here's how to work it: AXYDL3AAXR. Is L O N O F E L LOW One letter simply stands) for anolher. In this 'sample A is Services tJRONt-END ALIGNMENT ! - ; • Smith tire Service 115 jN |.; Inaep. St Phone 675-6169" . TF « used for.the.three L's, X for the two O's, etc! apostrophes, the length and formation of.the hints. Each day the code letters are different. A Cryptogram quotation NLG JHJDNKUT AKEN.F UC Single letters. word3 are all K JIGKA HS IUZ- FREE - 6 week old Collie pups. 552-2794. - C-4 FRONT WHEEL ALIGNMENT j WHEEL BALANCE { . TUNE UP EBERT'S ARCO SERVICE! DIAL 675-7125 \| SINCLAIR IS ARCO I K V M JHVPGVUGVN IGKVC XIV Y M E tT V D C K V M WHS G C .j— C L K V G TGCTVG j i Yesterday'* Cryptoquote: HOW WONDERFUL HOLIDAYS WOULD BE IF THERE WASN'T THE DAY AFTER!—ANONYMOUS ". ..;; j. ' (O 1970. Kin* Features Syndicate. Inc.) ! FRONT WHEEL ALIGNMENT Wheel Balance, Tune Up. Ebert's Arco. Sinclair is Arco. ; '-I .• wl -Tf;,- RAY BROWN ROOFING -- 9843986 or 552-3238. P-84 JIM WALKER Trash Hauling service will be in Sharpsville Jan- ' . uafy 5 and 6 and thereafter each Wednesday: Resident $2150, Business $1.00 per 55 gal. can. Single person $1.50.675-2712, 675-7325, 675-2475." .' I' r \ -|T:"h C - 81 JIM WALKER Trash Haulingser- vice will be in Kempton every Monday. Pay bill at Kenny's Pizza. Dial 675-2712, 6757325, 675-2475. . C-81 LOFTY PILE, free from soil is the carpet cleaned with Blue Lustre. Rent electric sham- pooer, $1. Carneys Drugstore .••]• . :.C-7. SEPTIC TANK Cleaning. Kaymond Tragesser. Call 5527162 or 675-2163. C-TF Soviet Court Of Soviet H With Planned Hijacking Persona/ IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of my husband, Harry Jeffers, who passed away January 5, 1967. f "Though his smile is gone forever • And his hand I cannot touch, I will never lose sweet memories Of the one I loved so much." Sadly missed by wife, Opal Jeffers j N CARD OF THANKS |. We wish to express.our sincere appreciation for the cards, flowers, visits and. calls from all •• [ r our friends, relatives and neigh- , bors. For all the food which friends, and neighbors brought in, for the luncheon which was furnished by the Legion Auzil- ary and the Ladies of the Moose. t We especially wish to'thank ! Rev. Larry Anderson for his j comforting message, Mr. and j Mrs. Carl Aldridge for the beau- | tiful music, and the Leatherman- 1 Morris Funeral Home for! their ! kind and helpful services. > j i i The J.W. Coleman Family i | •fin IQMAKKCriA?^ ; Foreign News Commentary * ..By^HIL^gWSbM^ ; UPI Foreign News Analyst j When a Soviet court recently .tried and convicted nine Jews and two others in connection with a planned airplane hijacking, one of those passing information along to newsmen banned from the hearing was the man known as the father of 'the Soviet H-bbmb. 1 He is Andrei Sakharov, who at 32! became one of the youngest members of the Soviet Academy of Sciences which is among the most prestigious in the Soviet Union. Freedom Fighter. At the risk of wrecking bis own career, he is using his position to battle for the cause of human freedoms. As such," he joins in the defense of Jews who have informed the United Nations they wish to emigrate to Israel, of Soviet citizens demanding freedom of worship as guaranteed in the Soviet constitution, and of .others demanding enforcement of similar guarantees covering freedom, of speech! the press and of assembly. •; And as such he joins a very special minority. For example, within the last year scores of Soviet Jews have demanded through* every avenue available to them, including the VJS. Embassy in Moscow ; and the United Nations, that they be permitted to migrate 1 to Israel. Among the Soviet Uninn's estimated three million Jews Soviet constitution. , Great Risk And to obtain it they risk everything,}!for it is within the power of the government not only to. execute them for.the treason of criticism but what is worse to sentence them to slow death by depriving them of a means of liyUhood. •_' . Sakharov j] fights ,not only a way of government but public aparhy as welL Nonetheless, while Soviet dissidents [generally do not prosper, they are persistent and the numbers of influential artists anjd scientists among them are increasing. '•' ' ' 'I- : '• •' '" ' Unfortunately, the actions of many are better known outside the Soviet Union than within. Writer AieksandrL Solzhenit? syn's enforced absence fro the Nobel award ceremonies in Stockhilm in December received almost as much publicity as thejj awards themselves, but was known to a comparative few in the Soviet Union. ; * Page 5 SPECS, Program For Blindness Science Today By ELDON BARRETT SEATTLE. Wash. (UPI)-A pen that doesn't write but "sees" has been developed at the University of Washington as part of a research project that may eventually revolutionize efforts, to overcome the handicap of blindness. The project appropriately is entitled SPECS, an acronym for "sequentially patterned electro^ cutaneous stimulation." Dr. Sain Sparks, an instructor at the school's center for bioengineering, has developed a reading pen which uses a photoelectric cell to enable the user to actually he2r and feel the shape of a letter by scanning a printed page. When the pen passes over a letter, a,. beam of light is broken. This causes a buzzing sound ana? vibration. By continued scanning, the. shape of the letter Is recognized. Sparks has trained two women students, both blind since birth, to use the pen with an amazing degree of skill. Pen is Stepping Stone But Sparks says the pen is • merely a stepping stone in the development of a~ pair of glasses which would' transform into electrical impulses light patterns falling on the glasses. Shapes and shades would vary they intensity of the impulses which the warer would feel through tiny electrodes in the bows of the spectacles. The ultimate aim of the project is to oveccome the three basic ' handicaps of the blind: Mobility, recognizing objects at a distance and reading printed material. Dr. Sparks stressed that the . devices would not be designed to reproduce the visual sense, but rather to substitute the sense of feeling for vision. If the glasses are developed, a / blind person . would read jthout the aid of Braille and itild move about without assistance. He "expected it might take as • long as five years to develop the glasses.' The project is Jieing financed by the Northwest Foundation for the Blind, other foundations and individuals as well as the university. The National Institute of Health also has been asked to obtain funds for further research. ' ^ > Dr. Sparks'Aides Aiding Dr. Sparks are Suzanne Anderson and Sandra Ruconich, both seniors from ° Seattle. They can read specially prepared block printing. Their first step was to learn the printed alphabet. Before they no use for this knowledge. The two blind students and Sparks" research assistant. Dale Hendricks, are attempting to develop a method for teaching the blind to use the new devices.. • Hendricks is afflicted with failing eyesight and this gives him a.distinctive rapport with the blind and enables him to cope with many of- their problems more efficiently than another instructor might. 'Dr. Sprks is a physiologist and sensory communications systems specialist they place freed: unquestionably are a minobry, but a minority with a to go if they ever are, Sakharov's is, a special minority since it has no wic to leave the Soviet Union, nor even to change the system, demanding simply that the leadership live up to those ideals already embodied in the NOTICE OF ADUINETRATION ID Iht Circuit Court of Tipton County, bdlau. IT Noun li txrai? (ttuthit Donald E. Uttlr and Tbtlua A. Castor vt« on tut * day of Astnut. iWl, appolBtad.- Co-itdmlnUtratora otttetataaiof Barllit Unly, dtonu«L . All ptriou barlnf clalma aialatt tald ml. •stata, vb«thtr or not as* doa, most (Ua taa aama In aald court aitbla ala nootaa Iron tin data of Inn Brat paMlcauoa of tola notlca or aald clatma «ul ba fbrawr barred. Datad at Tipton, Indiana, thli 4Uidayof Jan- aary.'int. Paul H. Jonas Clark of taa Circuit Court tor Tipton Cnaty, Indiana Horace C. Holmaa, Attornty L-t Commissioner's Sale of Real Estate Notice is hereby given that Walter Dietzen, Commissioner appointed by the Superior court of Madison County No. 2, of / Madison County, Indiana, for the purpose of selling the real estate hereinafter set out, that by virtue of an order of said court he will, at the hour of 10:00 a.m. on the 12th day of January, 1971, and day to day thereafter, offer for. sale at the office of Stanley M. Herbert, attorney at law, 130 East [Jefferson Street, Tipton, Indiana, at private sale to the highest bidder, the following described real estate, • situated, in Liberty Township, Tipton County, Indiana, to-wit: The SW Quarter of^Section 32. Township 23 North. Range 4 East^ Except 5 acres in a square in the Northwest corner thereof,containing 155 acres more or less] Said sail; will be made subject to the approval of said /Court, and sold for not less than the full appraised value ; thereof, for cash in hand at the time of the sale; said property 1 will be sold free and clear of all liens and encumbrances,- except the taxes for 1970, due.and payable in 197i; WALTER DIETZEN, COMMISSIONER Stanley M. Herbert John Grimes _LJ. ; •' ' " Attorneys for Commissioner P-S-9-15

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