The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on January 6, 1971 · Page 9
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1971 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED RATES For Sale- livestock 1 insertion 5? per word t insertions' 8? per word 1 3 Insertions I0f per*word 4 insertions •' 12? per word S.insertions , j 14? per Word t Insertions I s 15? per wortf Minimum Charre S1 .2S 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 be added after the 10 jay '' 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 made except for the first incorrect insertion. BLACK FACE LOCAL 20? per line LIGHT FACE LOCAL Memorian J5? 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 — Holton Trombone. Melvin Schulenburg. 675-7256 FOR SALE— Siamese kittens, . ?5.00each. Free 1 English Shepherd pup. Phagan Carmichael 675-6995; P-8- FOR SALE « Portable Sylvahia black and white TV. 6752820. • . V C-13 FOR SALE — 4 pc. sectional gas dryer. 3 wigs. Phone 675-6398. | C-6 FORSALE —Aluminum siding. Storm windows-doors. Kool- • Vent Awnings. -A. J.'Butz, 675-2646. t C-TF 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 heat, 2 bedrooms and large garage. 984-3317. c-84 Pets Cancellation- Preceding day. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY dlssified per col. inch $U<0 1 inch daily per month $22.00 Each additional inch — $13.00 Rates Quoted Are Local FREE - 6 week old Collie pups. 552-2794. . ,j C-4 FOR SALE — AKC registered black female Dachshund. Call 675-6967. I C-7 Farmers Needs FOR SALE --. Hay and straw. Phone 947-2351.! P-9 Used Cars FOR SALE — 1960] Chevy, new tires, safety inspected. 6752510. j P-84 FOR SALE — 1953 1 1/2 ton. Chevrolet truck. [New motor. $150. 984-3317. C-84 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. 1 Located 4 miles east of Tipton and 3/4 mile north of St. Road 28 on Tipton County t Road 200 East. Bids now accepted. Contact H. R. Hoover, trustee (for Park VV. Hoover), 303 Jackson St., Anderson, 460J2;- Phone 642-9045 or 64341357. - C-8. For Rent FOR RENT— 3 room apartment. 234 1/2 So. Main. 6756812. TF FOR RENT — 3 room furnished apartment. 675-4702. C-83 •FOR RENT -.- 2 bedroom apartment, heat and water furnished. 675-6812. TF FOR RENT — 5 rSom downstairs apartment. Gas heat. Call after 6 p.m. 675-6290. References required. C-TF FOR RENT — Small furnished apartment. 222 Walnut. 6752922. C-9 FOR RENT Extra nice 2 bedroom apartment, upstairs. Adults. 199 1/2INI Independ-... ence. 675-2922. C-9 ; FOR RENT — Farm. Cash rent. Normanda community. Flava Graham, 947-3884. P-82 FOR RENT — 3 room upstairs, apartment. Available now. No children or pets. 234 W.Mad­ ison. 675-2522. : C-5 FOR RENT --6 room house and bath. Immediate possession. ? 675-7269 after 4 p.m. . C-5 v FOR RENT -- House, 3 bedroom. 522 Vine. 675-6473."•, v.. P-5 • FOR RENT — 2 bedroom, fully .' carpeted, gas heat, paneled attached garage. Reference. Call after 6 p.m. 675-4322. C-8 Wanted To Bay * WANTED TO BUY * WENEEDrjJSED FURNITURE Top Dollar— Fast Pick-up 552-5315 EARLYWIHES E. Edge, Tipton; Co. P^ge 9 t ELEViS ION SC H BD ULE WANTED ~ Babysitting in my home. 675-6854. | P-9 Female Help Wanted HELP WANTED — Babysitter in.my home, days. Call af- v ter 4 p.m. Mrs. Rick Curnutt." 675-6137. ! C-8 Services •lyRONT-END ALIGNMENT 3} Smith Tire Servln 115 N. Indep. St. Phone 675-6169: . TF: FRONT WHEEL ALIGNMENT WHEEL BALANCE ;j I • TUNE UP EBERT'S ARCO SERVICE | L DIAL 675-7125 i SINCLAIR IS ARCO SEPTIC TANK Cleaning. Raymond Tragesseri i Call 5527162 or 675-2163! C-TF ; Wanted WANTED — Typing to be done in my home. 675-2820. C-13 WANTED — Sewing and alterations. 675-6854. P-9 POST COMMERCIAL FARM BUILDINBS Call collect 317-985-2541 DAGWOOO- DAGWOOD- yip/ EVERY MORNING I HAVE TO THINK UP SOMETHING DIFFERENT TO SHOCK HIM, AWAKE >-_^- ^ i FRONT WHEEL ALIGNMENT Wheel Balance, Tune Up. | Ebert's Arco. Sinclair is Arco. ! • • !•! TF . ! • II RAY BROWN ROOFING 5 — 9843986 or 552-3238. jP-84 •• ' ' • . ' - „ ' i " - t I • JIM WALKER Trash Haulingser- vice will be inSharpsville January 5 and 6 and thereafter each Wednesday! Resident $2.50, Business $1.00 per 55 gal. can. Single person $1.50675-2712, 675-7325, 675-2475.. ' " '! C-81 Rip Kirby By John Prentice & Fred Dickenson TIM WALKER Trash Hauling ser, vice will be in Kempton every Monday. Pay bill at Kenny's Pizza. Dial 675-2712, 6757325,-675-2475. j C-81 ; . - " . j i -i • LOFTY PILE, free from soil is the carpet cleaned with Blue Lustre. Rent electric sham- pooer, $1. Carneys Drugstore C-7 Personal In IN MEMORIAM POPEYE By Bud Sagendorf HEKE COM&b THE FAT?MST2 WHATOWKJS THl«5 'FlELt).' loving memory of our beloved husband, son and brother, Jimmie Allen Delph, who passed away one year ago this day! January 6, 1970. . • I'". Peacefully we look behind us, on joys and saddness past, J We know that all is mercy now, And there shall be rest at last; Even tho you've gone away M Your memories and love we share each day; i •! •" ;i. We know you'll be safe in heaven so dear, j Until we can be together again up there. .:' .;•) 6:00 Q (B) Dick Van Dyka O Early Report" O Bi 9 Nawa E Eyewitness Newt . v 8S Whot's New • '! 6:30 ' O Do"'*' Boone An elderly ; gunsmith proves he is '•>ot too old to be productive. O Early Report (Cont'd) O Bis New* (Cont'd) SB ABC News' Hj) Misteroger* ! ' 7:00 O Daniel Boone (Cont'd) O NBC New* O CBS New* . CD Beat the Clock £Q (B) Folk Guitar .. » 7:30 • O Petticoat Junction A comedian threatens to alienate all of Hooterville when he makes fun of the local characters. Q -Men from Shilok • Col. Mackenzie becomes attracted to a pretty 'businesswoman' whose brother is involved-in the slaying of o Shiloh employee. O Cinderella Musical version of the fairy tale. with Lesley Ann Warren, Walter Pidgeon and Ginger Rogers. (Repeat).' fB Hdla'a fattir Torn discovers that his beautiful : boss. Cissy Drumrnond-Rartdolph,. wants to marry hirrc • • •.. E3 Kukla, Fran).and Mia '" 8:00 O Troth ar Coataqaencai . O Shileh (Confcb' O Cinderella '(Cont'd)' ; fD Danny TB**MS > ''• >• Milton Berle guests oi Freddy Fuller, a free loader with charismo as well as "chutzpah." ED The French Chef Crumbled. Bombay Duck and a puffed-up Poppadum make on exotic Indian curry. 8:30 O What's My Una . O Shiloh (Cont'd) I O Cinderella (Cont'd) . ID Room-222 Pete t ond Liz try to help^ on honest student, wba needs high' grades for college, when another student gets him in trouble during an exam. . ' S3 American Dream A ' variety series examining life today Jn the United States. (Premiere). *•''.'•• 9:00 O David Frbtt Yehudi Menuhin Jeremy Menu-' hin. Doc and Merle Watson and. Ray Price join David. O Music Hall "On Stage Miss America" starring Bert Parks as host and Phyllis George, Miss America of 1971. O Medical Cantor A student nurse learns she has to postpone her wedding because she has a social disease and. fears -tetlfng her doctor fiance the true reason. ' 0 Johnny Cash Derek and the. Doniinos With Eric Clapton, Eric 'Anderson, rHomer and Jethro and Connie Smith Join Johnny. 83 Droom (Cont'd) 9:30 O Frat> (Cont'd) Q Music HaO (Cont'd) ' O Medical Caatar (Cont'd) (D Johnny Cash (Cont'd) Q3j Nader Reports 10:00 O Fret? (Cont'd) O Four In One Stories of : the bizarre and the occuit. . .."' . O Hawaii Fivo-O McGorrett and his Eive-O unit . prepare to deal with the prison escape of a convict and his suspected . linkup with a , old-time '.mobster. *• .:. '*; | •,. f CD Don August A youthful millionaire is a prime suspect in August's investigation of the! murder of a small town singer. • .. i • j GO Hontawood The royal family of the Spanish guitar, "The Romeros" perform. I 10:30 O Local News) Q. Four-One (Cont'd) Q Hawaii (Cont'd) ' CD Don Augurt (Cont'd) • 83 Homawood (Cont'd) 11:00 O (B). Perry,Mason O Final Report O Local.News {Q Eyewitness News. '. j ;• : 11:30 O (B) Perry Mason (Cont'd) O Tonight Show- . O Lote Show |, CD Dick Covert Thui 1 *S,e Jan. 7 6:30 O Today'In Indiana 0 Sunrise Semester CD Perspective 13 7:00 O (B) Panorama O Todoy O CBS News CD Agriscope I 7:30 O Kartoon Karnival Q Today (Cont'd) Q CBS News (Cont'd) CD Kindergarten College 8:00 O Karnival (Cont'd) O Today (Cont'd) O Captain Kangaroo 'CD College (Cont'd) &£0 O Karnival (Cont'd) O Today (Cont'd) O Capt. Kangaroo (Cont'd). CD TBA • 9:00 O (B) Topper |3 Virginia Graham O (B) Coffee Cup theater "Boomerang" (f947), with Dan 3 Andrews and Jane Wyatt. True story of a clergyman's murder. CD Foul Dixon Show 9:3P O Jock LaLonna O Graham (Cont'd) O (B) Theater (Cont'd) CD Paul Dixon (Cont'd) (Continued on page ten) DAILY CROSSWORD .2. Islands off Galway 3. The . Falstaff's haunt (2wds.) 4. Complete 5. Burn somewhat ' 6. Monopoly 7.-Consumed . 8J Was ahead 9. Quid • -—— quo Jl. Suffragette (2wds.( 17. Talk 19. College boys' caper (2wds.V 20. False god 21..Yield 22. Heroic narra- • tive 23. Treasury agents 27. Philippine , peas- i ant 30. Prickly herb 32. Threefold 36. Genuine' 38. "Rule Britannia" composer >stenlmy'» Annwrr 39. Sharp 40. One of Guido's notes 41. Slower (music) 42. Anecdotal collection !ACROSS 1. Wise 5.;Brave's J war prize 10. Algerian port 11. Kitchen | j appliance! 12. Move ; swiftly 13JCity in ^Texas 14. Opposed to . 15. Table scrap, 16.Thereforc 18. Heroic j 22.] Running L . •' i water 24. Take on j 'cargo 25.Friend(Fr.V 26^ Wager ; 28J Doze off . .29. Classy : . {^fellow* j . (slang) ! 31. Baby's toy . 33. Shake- i i speare's i " ! wife •!.:'' 341 Sensational 35. Jackie's j ' mate 37. Iran's ' ; neighbor, 40. Pencil top " 43. Cut off i 44. Hereditary 45. In—— ! of duty !' 46. In the least (2wds.) 47. British statesman DOWN 1. Scotch ;• companion DAILY CRVPTdQUOTE—Here's how to work it: AXYDLBAAXK : is X O N G' F U L L O W • i 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 : T. YQN RNW LW -RPGDYM CQN QEN- F WOK W F R O Q Y W , TEG CQN G U W JwUQOW UEARY NRPW.— G. VWC- CSWNFQT ! yesterday"* Cryptoqnote: THE COCKTAIL PARTY IS, A CHEAP AND CONVENIENT MEANS OF MIXING- DRINKS AND BORES.—SHANE LESUB . i ... ; (C 1970. King: Features Syndicate. Inc.) 1 2 5 4 w- S b 7 a * 10 m M 12 13 IS u lb 17 20 22 21 24 2S % 2b 21 m 30 5c - 32 • 34 n • We- n 35 17 38 39 40 41 • 42 m 43 A* f 45 47 :' Mrs. Paula Delph Mr. and Mrs. Dean Delph Mr. and Mrs. Don Sullivan: Mr. and. Mrs. Ernie Delph Jr. Brick Bradford ® By Paul Norris RADIOACTIVE MILK LIAS VEGAS (Wl)- Traces of radioactive iodine were in raw milk samples from five states following a leik of radioactive dust from underground nuclear tesL the TOWARD THE.HUM OF BLBCTRONIC EQUlPMSMT.... f :— SeNSOE^ INPlCATB •THAT THERE 15 A HUMAN INTRUPEJ2! REMAJM WHEB-E VOU AKE, HUfVWVM l 1 THISK. IT IS - I.N \PC5SlSue TO OUTWIT THE MASTER. . CCMPUTEC Environmental Protection Agency reported Wednesday, A spokesman for the agency's Southwest Radiological Laboratory said the levels were not dangerous and dissipated Quickly several days after the Dec. 18 incident. | The traces, all below [minimums set by Federal Radiation Commission guidelines, j were found in miik sampled in California, Nevada, Utah; Idaho and Wyoming.; PUBLIC AUCTION Friday Night January 8,1971 7:30 SHARP NEW and USED FURNITURE Appliances - Household Goods Hundreds of Items - Buy at your price. Select any new or used item fpr auction. Famous Name Brands - Unbelievable Savings Don't miss this Big Sale! • •.. That's Friday Nite 7:30 Plenty Seats Financing Available Livingraom - Bedroom- ben - kitchen - Famtlyroom "Central Indiana's Largest New & Used Furniture Dealer" EARLYWINES FURNITURE 1st & Main Elwood, Ind. Not Responsible for Accidents J. T. Earlywine - Auctioneer turn your used items into cash the fast way. Sales Ph. 552-5315 Open Daily for Retail Sales

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