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January 12, 1971

The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, January 12, 1971
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1971 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE mm J CLASSIFIED RATES insertion insertions insertions insertions insertions insertions 5f per word 8( per word 10? per word 12? per word 14? per word 15? per word Minimum Charge 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 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 made except for the'first incorrect Insertion. BLACK FACE LOCAL 20? per line LIGHT FACE LOCAL Memoriam 15? per line. Card of Thanks $2.00 Classified advertising - Call 675-2115 before 3 p.m. for insertion next .day. Satur day, call before 9 ajn. CANCELLATION- Preceding day CLASSIFIED DBPLAY- Classified per col. inch $1.10 1 inch daily per month $22.00 Each additional inch —$13.00 Rates Quoted Are Local Mobile Homes FOR SALE — Owner occupied nicely furnished 12 x 60 mobile home, 10 x 20 patto* coyer. TV antenna. On a 521/2 x 145 ft. lot. Two-car white cement, gas heated garagej 2 floor drains. 25 x 25 ft. park, ingarea. Sidewalks and shurb- bery.. -Located at 710 Poplar St. Tipton, tod.: P-10 Wanted To Bay \ WANTED TO BUY — Aluminum . 2 wheeled, trash cart Call 675-2115. Ask for Mrs. Smith * WANTED TO BUY * WE NEED USED FURNITURE top Dollar— Fast Pick-up 552-5315 EARLYWINFS E. Edge,.Tipton, Co. Wanted WANTED — Typing to be done in my home. 675-2820. Cjl3 WANTED. -] ations. • Sewing and alter- 675-6854. P-9 For Sale POSITION WANTED—Nan Hoke college student, wants full time employment second semester starting February'1. Contact Phil Hoke at 675-4071. P-9 WANTED -- Babysitting in jmy . home. 675-6854. P-9 FOR SALE — Trash BarreL. WANTED—Lighthaulmg.Wash- Will deUver. Dial 675-6916. er repair. Call 675-6123. P-10 ' .- • .. . '. C-12 FOR SALE — New Admiral color TV. 3 year pix tube warranty. Was $959.95. Save $400.Coop- •• ers Home Furnishings.; TF FOR SALE —2 - 700 x 20 tires, tread fair, the pair $25.00. Some 8:25 and 9:00 x 20*S, 1 smooth. LEVTS P-115 WANTED — Crib corn shelling. Phone A. Wanner, J675-4264 or R. Dell, 675-4019) P-ll -- ! ~1 WANTED. — Babysitting in my home. 675-4582. C-18 'Services FOR SALE — Complete CB CITI S EPTIC TANK Cleaning.' Ray- Fone 23 Base Station. Call mond Tragesser. Call 5526^5-6647. P-18 7162'or 675-2163. ! c|-TF FOR SALE — Hay Phone" 947-2351. and straw. P-9 FOR SALE — Like new G.E. washer and dryer. Nice 12 x 12 carpet and pad. Call 675-7241 after 5:30. C-14. FOR SALE — Electric dryer. Call after 4 p.m. 5-6174. C-U FOR SALE — New G.E. hair setter. Christmas gift, half price. Mrs. Carl Aldridge C-li FOR SALE — Aluminum siding. . Storm windows-doors." Kool- Vent Awnings. A. J. Bute, 675-2646. C=IE. FRONT WHEEL ALIGNMENT WHEEL BALANCE TUNE UP EBERT'S ARCO SERVICE l DIAL 675-7125 SINCLAIR IS ARCO FRONT-END . ALIGNMENT .— Smith Tire Service, 115 N. 6165. TF Indep. St Phone 675- For Rent HANNAH'S husband Hector bates bard work so he cleans the rugs with Blue Lustre. | Rent electric shampooer $1. Carney's Drug Store. FOR RENT — Extra nice 2 bedroom apartment, upstairs. Adults. 199 1/2 N, Independence. , 675-2922. ' C-9 FOR RENT — 5 room downstairs =, apartment Gas beat Call after 6 p.m. 675-6290. References required. C-TF FOR RENT 2 bedroom a», partment, heat and water furnished. 675-6812. TF FOR RENT --Upstairs furnished apartment 537 1/2 k N. Independence. 5-4488. P-10 FOR RENT — Nice upstairs 2 bedrooms apartment - Pnone 675-6639. P-10 FOR RENT — Half of double. Call 675-2458 after 6 p.m. TF FOR RENT — Modern one bedroom apartment on street level; unfurnished. 415WestMad- ison Street Phone 675-6142. ' ;• C-14 FOR RENT — 2 bedroom apartment carpeted,' modern kitchen./ Mature adults. 404 North Main. Upstairs. 6756014 or 675-6283. C-19 FOR RENT — Modern 3 bedroom home, carpeted. $80 damage deposit $110.00 per month. 804 Poplar, Tipton. Pnone 453-5930, Kokomo. P-U IF YOU want efficient and est tax work come to Louise C. Jones, 410 No! Sti, Tipton. 46072. Personal CARD OF THANKS C-13 non- Mrs. (West P-ll .1 We wish to express our sincere gratitude and appreciation to all our friends and neighbors for all the kind expressions of sympathy and consolation at f the recent passing of our loved one, Norman Pyke. Special | words of thanks to our doctor, the nurses and nurses' aides for the care given .him during his extended Illness. To all those who sent beautiful floral offerings, and for. the food brought Into the home, toLeatherman--Marrls. Funeral Home, to Rev] Ralph Karstedt and Rev. LarryJ Anderson for their comforting and consoling words of faith and peace; to the organist, Mrs.Carl. Aldridge; and duet, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stewart for the fine music. -/ :. Mrs. Norman Pyke i I Mr. and Mrs.' Robert Thacker and family n Rev., and Mrs. Geo. Pyke and family .: i i Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Pyke . and family ' ... i--'h\ . By LUSTER L OOUCft^AN, BCD. "Drink to Me Only with.." M.AMLA (UPI)-The native uoodcarving industry in. the mountain province of lfugao fairs a big basic problem:, lack: of trees. lfugao officials have a?kcd forestry authorities for help in saving the dollar-earning industry. ' ARK THERE' any reliable way* to prevent intoxication and a hangover - through the use of drugs or certain foods? - Mr. J. D.. NJ. Dear Mr. D.:. There seem to be endless myths attached .to the sophistication of alcohol drinking. Every drinker has created h i s own "scien- r tific" observa- Uon. Some insist that lining their' stomachs w 1th olive oil will prevent intoxication and a hangover. Dr.Coleman Others are sure orange Juice in between drinks can do the same thing. • Ask any drinker and he will give you his special advice. This advice, you can be sure, will exclude the most important suggestion, that is, to drink sensibly and to know your own limitations. Drinking is not a competitive sport The rate with which alcohol disappears from the body depends on the Individual's metabolism. How soon he sobers up varies with each person. It must be added that there is great. danger in mixing alcohol with any kind of drug. This sad combination, coupled with a multi-horsepower 8- cyllnder. engine, is one of. man's great threats to his own existence. We are a high-income family.- Our children., go to excellent schools. Our 11-year old hoy, the of our three children, has begun to. steal unimportant things from our neighbors' homes. We are ashamed, and don't know how to handle this problem. Mr. and Mrs. S. N., Nev. Dear Mr. and Mrs. N.: The very first thing you must do. is get over your shame, and come face to face with the fact that the problem exists'.' Tou cannot close your eyes to the reality of it, and hope that it will disappear. It may, but it is hardly worth the chance -you take in waiting. Obviously ^jguu- son, coming from a privileged home, has no real need for the" things he steals. There must, therefore, be some hidden psychological' reason that. compels him to steal. ' ; This problem must: be treated by you with sympathetic understanding rather than with harsh punishment It is imperative that you seek the special guidance of a psychiatrist or a psychologist With special teste, he can uncover hidden emotional processes responsible for such a social behavior. Does a chronic . cigarette, cough add any special strain on the heart? Mr. S. G.. Mo. Dear Mr. G.: Cigarette smoke acta as an irritant The lungs explosively try to get rid of the irritation. This constant, hacking most certainly can put extra pressure oh the heart. -, :. : SPEAKING OF TOUR HEALTH: It is a mistake to permit young children to taste wines and beers. : Dr. Lester Coleman baa prepared a> special booklet for readers of the column entitled, "Pay Attention to Your Heart". For your copy, send 25 cents In coin and a large, •elf-addressed 6-cent stamped envelope to Lester I* Coleman, MJ), P.O.: Box 8170, Grand Central Station, New York, N. T. 10017. Please meatten the booklet by title. (O IRl Kins Features Syndicate, foe.) FARM AUCTION As I am quitting farming I will sell the following described property at the farm located as. 8 mile west of Frankfort, Indiana on St Rd. #28 to Fickle then north 2 1/2 mile on Rd. 900W then 1/2 mile east on; Rd. 80N on: Saturday, January 16, 1971 11:00 a.m. TRACTORS—PICKER SHELLER: 2 1965 John Deere 4020 Diesel tractors w/metal cabs, good tires and in top condition, 2270 & 2600 hours; 1958 Oliver 550 gas tractor w/good tires and good condition; 1967 Massey-Ferguson #510 combine w/13 ft grain head, cab, automatic header control and #422 4 row corn head, allin the best of condition. FARM EQUIPMENT: 1968 and 1965 John Deere F145 5-15 semi-mounted plows w/coverboards and 20" cutters; 1966 John Deere 494A 4 row corn planter v/insecrJcIde • attachment; 1968 and 1962 John Deere RWA 12 ft wheel discs; 1968 and 1963-John Deere RG4 rear mount 4 row cultivators; 1966 John Deere C10 12 1/2 ft field cultivators; John Deere #12 hitch for field cultivators; 1967 John Deere #14 4 row. rotary-hoe and cart; 2-14 Ford 3 point plow; 1966. Gandy 12 ft insecticide attachment; 1965 Freeman- #800 manure loader w/hyd. buckets; 1965 Kewanee 51 ft 6 In. grain auger w/8 ft wigon dump; 2 Midwest narrows for 5 bottom plows; 1967 BrlUion 14 ft cultl- packer; 14 ft. Jerra-Packer cultipacker; 1964 New Idea #205 manure spreader; 1969 Dietrich 300 bu. gravity flow wagon; 1969 John Deere wagon w/J * M 210 gravity flow bed w/10 ft hyd. grain auger; 1959 Oliver 7 ft tractor mower; Dunham 5 ft. 3 point hitch stalk chopper; rubber tired wagon w/grain bed and hoist; 1965 Bachtold fence row mower; 8 John Deere rolling cultivator shields; rubber tired wagon w/water tank; 1968 Larson 8 row weed sprayer . w/300 gal glass lined tank; Ford scraper blade; IHC grain drill on rubber; implement trailer w/stock rack; auger feed wagon; Ford 3 point dirt bucket; New Idea hay rake on steel; 2 side saddle tanks; portable air compressor; 3 point post bole digger; 3 point carry-all; Knipco portable beater; Tokheim gas pump w/barrel; harrow attachment for behind disc; 100 gal. portable fuel tank; oil barrels; float drag; 2 John Deere hyd. cylinders; 2 Massey hyd. cylinders; forks; shovels; buckets; and a few other small articles too numerous, to mention. • . '• 1 - » < , TRUCK—RIDING LAWN MOWER: 1957 Chevrolet 2 ton truck w/Knapheide grain bed and 12 ton hoist, in good condition; 1968 Massey-Ferguson #12 riding lawn mower w/ 38" mower, like new. HOG EQUIPMENT—STRAW:° 5 steel water tanks w/bog founts; Ranger hog catcher; 3 Johnson gas tank heaters; 1. oil tank beater; 5 metal creep feeders; 3 round hog feed-,, ers; 2 Thurmabllt bog feeders; 500 bale of good wire tied * • wheat straw. • Cash. Not responsible for accidents. Will be served. TERMS: LUNCH: AUCTIONEERS NOTE; A top line of good Farm Equipment/ showing the best of care. Don't miss this onelll Please be on time as their is not too many small articles to sell. KEITH C. DAVIS , CLERKS: VERTUE & CRUM AUCTIONEER: 7 . DON R.ST AN LEY i ?J. D.C A MP B E L L DAILY CROSSWORD is rami By ROBERT STRAND SAi\ FRANCISCO (UPI)Growing numbers of young people are getting so casual about childbirth tliat fathers stand in the delivery. room air -6. German article 7. Federal agents 8. 's Prayer ' 9. Great Lake 10. Requirement 14. Convened 17. Defraud (slang) 18.?AsYou tike •It" • forest : 19. Viva mats- dor! 20. Uncooked 21. Wonder­ ment 22. Sailor. 23. Do wrong 24. Oklahoma, city ' 25.1m- i movable 26. Epoch 28. Table scrap 31. Ecclesiastical vestment 32. Away • . with you! 33. Docile 34. Field •BOO nOQOQQ HOBO Einaaan aaa aau SHQ nraaa Hnoa ana aanaas ana aaa aa& annBHQ aaaa •nam rasrara Tc*t*rimr'« Aa»«r 35. Slender 38. : quanon 37. Cure 38. Compulsion 39. Row of. . seats 41. Mischievous child 42. Born (Fr.) A'. ACROSS 1. Smeared, u paint 7. Secluded valley" 11. NarcoUc 12.InaddiUon 13. French police, : • collectively 15. Brink 18. Terminated 17." BaUou" 19. Public speaker 23. Facilitate 27.1968 U.S. campaign issue' (3wds.) 4 29. Pitcher 30. Printing t errors 31. Social insect 32. Play for . time : 38: Close 40. Italian policemen 48. Prayer . entUng 44. Household 45. Shipbuilding wood 46. British "policeman" DOWN 1. Ruler of old Venice 2. Imitated 3. Harry Lillla Crosby 4. Invited 5. Greek letter DAILY CRYPIOQIJOTE—Here's how to work it: AXYDLBAAXR • I* LONGrELtOV One letter simply standi 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 NPP a BBEL GUFBWU PSTOQ SI DJBDBJQSBI . N:L ZBM YSIA PSTOQ Q O U W . — W B.J Q 8 W U J N A P U J Testerday'a Cryptoquote: OFFICE COMPUTERS ARE CALCULATING MACHINES INVENTED TO REPLACE CALCULATING FEMALES.—ANONYMOUS (O lib King Features Syndicate.. lac.). -V . snapping color pic hires. •' One yoiing reporter recently was not only" in the delivery room but,! by prior plan, de : liyere'd the f baby. i The couple wanted to have their first child in their home, but'no doctor would oblige. Margaret - Poy ton, j wife of a University of California graduate student- said she wasn't bothered by her husband s con- on photography as birth' without anes- centrahon she gave the tics to! "I was she .says, beautiful, when- tlie up. hi; t ached a nine-pound hoy- ^ too ;busy [pushing,' "The pictures were especially! the one baby was [first held umbilical cord still at- But my inotlier didn't want. tos«e it." | 'At Alia Bates.Community Hospital, 'which has^. tlie only obstetrics ward in [Berkeley, husbands iii August j were present in the delivery' room in 56 per cent of the cases. Popular methods ; 'This lijigh percentage results partly from the local popu-' larity of! various method* of natural birth, all of | which encourage liusbanils' attendance. Dr. Albert Long, San Francisco- obstetrician, believes • husband^ inow are witnesses -to about one-quarter of all births in the area., -:' ' "'More voting people look on havirig. babies as a family . affair".", says Dr. Roger ' W. .'Hbae,. obstetrics chief at Aha Bates. "Ceftainly the baby had its conception a* a family affair, and young folks think itjsliqtiJd continue to be I/age a family affair." ..Dr. Allan Moss, San ITUII- cisco, says the presence nf fathers is no problem for the doctor. He. says on ran; occasions, fathers become "liglil- headed" but it's usually because: of fatigue: They leave the room briefly and return. At both Aita Bates and Dr. ' Moss' French hospital, camera . bug fathers arc now commonplace. Occasionally the fathers also turn up with tape recorders. All this apparent casualness, and the popularity of natural ' birth, Dr. Sloss says, is a reflection of a growing attitude • of the young that tlie body and its processes are good, and to be trusted. "These young people want to do tilings for themselves," he says. "They created the baby without any help, and they want together to get the baby out of the body and into the worid." Highway study SAN M.\TKtU'-alif.(liPl)-. An economic and engineering .slink is tinder way to determine llie cffcctivcnos .irf ihe pn 'poM -il' ))rlii\>iirr->l. I.;nv- • rctice .K\pres .-iua\ in helping economic growth in a iZt)t>- mile corridor of Mew ^i>rk Slate. The area under slmlv extends from tin - Itoute 17 e\- prc.~s\vii\ near the I'I-IIM.-N Ivauia Iionlc-r .tt'orlli lit llic Si. Lawrence IU \er Vallev. When oilier condition.- accessary for devrl- opnicnl arc presi'ttt. Iiigliwav's can scrvi- as cat:i1\sls for economic growth. Tin' new slmlv li\ I IKS Syslems t.'orp. of San \lalco will ilclermiiie if llic • Dclaware-SU Lawrence K\pre.->way- will lie such a calalvsl. Dependable Ambulance Service It isn't Math,Historyor But it's just as To earn a living, he needs the old fundamentals. To keep on living, he must learn the right way to drive. Yet only one out of three high school students takes a driver education course. Too bad. Automobile accidents are the number one killer of American teenagers. {". | How important is driver education? Well, it's important enough that trained drivers have 50% fewer accidents and traffic violations. Important enough that many insurance companies offer lower rates for teenagers Who have completed driver training. And important enough that hew car dealers across the nation loan 34,000 automobiles every year to our public schools for.driver training. |t's your responsibility to help make sure your teenager takes the proper subjects in school. So make sure driver education is one of them. Where it's hot available, we suggest that you consider a good private driving school. VVhen it comes to preparation for living, learning how to drive safely really IsU.'MlF is basic. ! ; ' National Automobile Dealers Association Olftiial organuitlon el America • ITMCMS *4 •»» Mr and tntek tftatort - WuMngto* O.C One «.*«r.*.r.' ' N.A.D.A., this newspaper, and the new car dealers of our community. sponsored by- 1 Tipton Daily Tribune

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