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SATURDAY, JANUARY 16. 1971 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY- TRIBUNE; DAILY CROSSWORD CLASSIFIED RATES insertion insertions insertions 4 insertions insertions' insertions 5? per word 8( per word 10? per word -42? per word " 14? per word 15f per word Minimum Charge $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 be added after the 10 day period. Advertisers should ..check their advertisements 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 Memoriain 15? per line Card of Thanks $2.00 Classified advertising - Call 675-2115 before 3 p.m. for insertion next day. Satin- day, call before 9 a.m. CANCELLATION- Ereceding day . CLASSIFIED DEPLAY- Classified per col. inch $1.10 1 inch daily per month $22.00 Each additional inch —$13.00 Rates Quoted Are Local FOR SALE New Admiral color TV. 3 year pix tube warranty., Was $959.95. Save $400. Coopers 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, • smooth. LEVPS P-16 FARMS FOR SALE --Parke W. Hoover farm, Tipton Co., 58 acres above average farm land, bids accepted. H. R. Hoover, trustee, 303 Jackson Anderson, Ind. 642-9045 or M. D. Hoover, 643-1357. C-18 Wanted SEPTIC inond 7162 TANK Cleaning. Ray- Tragesser. Call 552-: or 675-2163. C-TF For Rent WANTED —Typing to be done 5n my home. 675-2820. C-13 WANTED « Babysitting in my home. 675-4582. C-18 FOR SALE -- Complete CB CITI Fone 23 Base Station. Call 675-6647. j P-18 FOR SALE -•- Like new G.E. washer and dryer. Nice 12 x 12 carpet and pad. Call 675-7241 after 5:30. C-14 Livestock For Sale FOR SALE — Hospital bed, good condition. $75. Phone 6752068 after 6 p.m. P-15 FOR SALE — Aluminum-siding. S^tornj windows-doors. Kool- Vent Awnings. A. J.'Butz, • 675-2646. C-TF. FOR SALE --,44 large year- : old bred gilts, half Hamp and York. Due to farrow last of February. I Phone j 984-3372, Arcadia. j C-16 Used Cars FOR SALE — 1969 Torino, 21,000 miles, $1700. Call 675^6402. P-15.. FOR SALE— 1968 Mercury. $1400.00. Phone 675-2769. C-15 Real Estate For Sale FOR SALE ~ 2 bedroom home on northeast side of town, 1 1/2 car garage, new cabinets with garbage disposal, new carpet in living room, low cost heating. Price $13,000. Available about August. Write Box • D, %Tipton.Tribune; P-18 FOR RENT ~ House incoun- . try. Adults or small family. Damage deposit and references. Call 947-3163. P-14 FOR RENT;« Four rooms with bath, downstairs. Vacant. 6754478. P-14 FOR RENT — Half of double; Call 675-2458 after 6 p.m. TF FOR! RENT — Modern one bedroom apartment on street levr el, {unfurnished. 415 West Madison Street. Phone 675-6142. C-14 FOR RENT — 3 room furnished apartment. Call 675-2415. TF Wanted To Boy • WANTED TO BUY * WE NEED USED FURNITURE Top Dollar— Fast Pick-up 552-5315 EARLY WINE'S E. Edge, Tipton. Co. • : Pets FREE ~ Young male, short haired Terrier-Beagle mixed. White and tan. Vaccinated. Call 675-6096 during noon hour Saturday or Sunday. P-18 FRONT WHEEL ALIGNMENT , WHEEL BALANCE TUNE UP EBERT-5 ARCO SERVICE DIAL 675-7125 SINCLAIR IS ARCO FOR RENT — ^bedroom apartment, heat and waterfurn- Miscellaneous ished. 675-6812. TF FOR RENT — 2 bedroom apart- WANT A TREAT? -- Come and meht, carpeted, modern kitchen. Mature adults. .404 North Main. Upstairs. 6756014 or 675-6283. C-19 Female Help Wanted hear MONSALVATGE address the Co-op annual meeting January 28 at 4-H Building. Tic- . kets available at Co-op elevator. C-16 Services LADIES — ^Minnesota Fashion wagon of Woolens has part time openings to show beautiful fashions. No experience necessary, must be over 21. If you can work 3 evenings a week, have transportation, and would like a high income and free $400 wardrobe, call 7584800 collect. P-14 HANNAH'S husband Hector hates, .hard work so he cleans the' : rugs with Blue Lustre. Rent' electric shampooer $1. Carney's Drug Store. C-13 FRONT-END ALIGNMENT — Smith Tire Service, 115 N. Indep. St. Phone 675-6165. TF PORTABLE WELDING SERVICE and Water Line Thawed. 9473832. TF FULL or part time service sta-j tion tune up and minor repair, also auto air conditioning service and repair. Have all A/c topis. Family man. Live between Elwood and Tipton. Have own service truck. Call Tipton 675-4088. P-13 IS INTERIOR Decorating your thing? Give decorating shows for Home, Interiors and Gifts, Inc. Name brand merchandise new area. Call Elwood, 552 T 2766. C-14 I mter aids study \ II>III|IIIIIT is ltciii<i applied in lifarl rr|ilai'riiii'ii( research' Nanlord l.'nivrrsiu. '/jV. .• wnall. general purjuitii; ri)iii|iuU'r. said Dr. Kiiptno" Don;:. Jr.; assisiaui'profrssor of rardiovasctilar surgery, is lMJiii <r, used to desifni a prototype control syslciii for an artificial heart. It also looks for tec IJIICS which will pinpoint : ACROSS 1. Weather 6. Hansoms 10. Of the ear 11. Mortgage 12. Sitting '.. Bull's con' temporary : (2 wds.) 14. Conceal 15. Eviction 17. Nigerian i .city 18. Quantity i (abbr.) 19. Wrath 20. —— in the sky 21. Scottish Highlander 22. Iron or cop| per pyrites j (2 wds.) 25. down ' (be quiet) 26. Bill 27. United . 28. Embrace 29. Shooter ;• marble • •• 32. Became high- strung- 34. Actress, Zorina 35. William IV of England's nickname ' (2 wds.) 37. Break 38. Ethan or • Steve 39. Hennery's products 40. Tantalize DOWN 1. Hidden supply 2. Gruesome 3. Sultan's de. cree 4. Labyrinth 5. Cathedral city 6. Heavy blow 7. Put on ' (show off)" 8. Brutal 9. Scoffed 13. Type of .' educational . courses (2 wds.) 16. Buddhism, for one . (abbr.) 18.Trouble • ; ' . 20. Edgar - Allan 21. Sailor 22. Bridge player's stratagem 23. Aperture 24. Joke 25. Gope to • ruined) 28. Aids 29. "Ilcan- nojt wds.) granso nanQB EBEHQ snags rwnra nop •aanas HnOE mm nQDoriE man amaa SCH1 EOS nanoD nramon Yretrrday'* Aaunrer 30. French city 31.1970 Oscar winner 33. Dross 34. Reprehensible 38. Slugger's weapon 19 B POPEYE By Bud Sagendorf Brick Bradford ® By Paul Norris 1 I SD/\'ET/.\1E LATBe...., I ., . 1 l THewHOu£crry ,^y° LLOvs - DAILY CRYPTOQUOTE—Here's how to work it: AX Y D LB A X X R l» Tu O N G F E L. 1. O W 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 MHKMVRMWUM R C W 1 D DI L E L W KMWC ELW PIMC ZRDS DI SRE. — SJHGMP Yesterday's Cryptoquote: IJTERAJTURE IS THE ART OF WRITING SOMETHING THAT WILL BE READ TWICE.— CYRIL CONNOLLY (O W71 KJnt Feature* Syndicate, Inc.) Z S L D S LK - RjD R C Z S L D L Z$LD SIiKKUWC J, age 5 Gov 9 t plan in a rise WASHINGTON (IJPI) —The Federal National Mortgage Association plans to expand into the conventional mortgage field early next year in amove calculated to increase the supply of money available for that kind of home loan. The association—known as Fannie Mae because of the appearance of its initials FiNMA—has been restricted to buying FHA or VA backed mortgages during its 32-year history. However, the housing act passed by Congress earlier this month authorized FiNMA, a govemmfent-sponsored private corporation, to broaden its activities into the'conventional mortgage field. The association buys rnort- • gages from original lenders at a discount. The transaction permits mortgage bunkers to cash in long -term, mortgages for money - needed to make new loans. FiNMA s activities are expected to provide substantial increases in money available for conventional mortgages. A slight reduction* in interes't rates might result, some housing officials U-lieve. The move b\ FannieMai-is expected to accelerate a general loosening in the once very tight mortgage • market. Since, last spring,' the supply of mortgage loans has been gradually increasing, thus making it easier for potential home buyers to obtain financing. A recent survey conducted bv the National 'Association of Heal Kstate Hoards ' predicted "continuous improvement .in the supply of funds for home mortgage financing ! . . with' modest declines in average interest rales." until.- >f a French Bedrooms In Common Market first evidence of rejection transplanted heart. Dong has been associated with f)r.' Norman h". Shuinway in heart replacement resc;tn*li sine.- I"«»(). j "Many of our heart transplant patients have cucoiniler- ed acme or. chronic rejection, ' .-aid Itoii'g. ""We hope to be ahl<- to manage both the rc- • oxery period and outpatient nii.n|<'illaiiw(* much''more effect "ivelv." The computer's powers to reduce, standardize and organ izc the data, calculate rapiillv and reproduce experiments'ex­ actly are an immense help, | the diiCilor said. BRUSSELS-The long ten-, tacles of the Brussels Commission are. about, to intrude into one of the traditionally most private areas of the Common Market— the French bedroom. And this despite' outraged protests of innocence from Paris. The problem concerns the; size of. French blankets and various other bed-coverings, which are apparently out of line with standards in other Common Market countries. /The commission has given France one month .to repeal its regulation on the mandatory size of blankets or face the possibility of proceedings in the Common Market Court of Justice. F jr three years or so, blankets and sheets sold in France have had to conform to one of eight sizes laid down by the French government. Three of Ihese sizes do not exist, in any . of the other Common Market countries^ and none- of them exists in all of the five. The commission claims the French regulation involves an •illegal barrier to trade, and asks why, if bedclothes are to be nity, they should necessarily all be {adapted to suit the French. YEARLY FINANCIAL STATEMENT i • II.^ of Auditor of Tipton, Indiana, for Year of 1970 BALANCE AND RECEIPTS TO DATE RECEIPTS FOR MONTH TOTAL | ; BALANCE AND| RECEIPTS 460,743.10 637.193.59 | 959.95 130,476.95 232,459.60 27,685^4 16,971.78 . I -0- •' j -0•|7,067.50 68,564.04' 72.473.56 ' 41,354.53 £'I -0105,040.14 -0- ' 28,646.80 J3.844.20 15,871.42 75.00 -0- . -0- •" 14,550.96 •! t ' 1,646.53 I -050,307.62 '1,730.18 -0-0- 588.83 -03,411.74 ' -013,489.00 11,254.00 84,607.23 -0-0- -011.410.00 1,470.00 3,660.94 ! 340.00 ['-0- .-' ; 1,415.06 885.64 137.96 -016,266.62 ' -0190.64 15,136.48 -0-a- . 25,304.03 -01003,222.95 70,687.74 167,145.20 -092,840.78 ' -0-0- 930.42 -0(61.07 ! 7.749.60 1,240.55 175,380.83 40,134.67 -0-' .43,232.88 ' 31,072.96 1,896.21 2,169.04 -0- " -0- -0- 75,657.53 3,296.02 3,756.71 -0- ' -0-° . -0-0- " -05,688.70 767.69 2.66U60 15.00 .' -0- . -0:' 240.00 ' "-0-; -0236.16 -06,506.00 : 2,121.94 -041- ' . -0-0- . -0-0- 142.00 130.00 2,639.87 -0-0- -0114.00 - 77.00 216.00 -0- • -0- . 90.00 . 756.57 '606.23 -014,051.00 -0-- .. 777.77 13,351.53 -0-0- 21,616.41 -0412,790.38 18,912.04 94,111.36 -070,097.«1 -0-0-- - 684190 -0648.30 5,134.67 913.21 636,125.93 677,328.26 •959.95J 173,709.83 263.532.56 1 29,581.45 19,140.82 t ? 7,067.50 164,221.57 7,5769.58 45,111.24 ' 105,040.14 -0- • 34,335.50 4,611.89 18,533.02 90.00 -Of f 14,790.96 -0- • -0- i 1,882.69 -0> i 56,813.62 3,852.12 -0- ! -d- !588.83 -0- I - : -3.41U4 -o- i ' 3,631.00 • 1,384.00 87,247.10 .-q-i' -o- ' -0- ! 1,524.00 1,547.00 3,876.94 340.00 -01,505.06 1,642.21 744.19 -b-1 30,317.62 -b-; 1,668.41 28,488.01 -b- f' • . 1 46,920.44 : . .-b -'l . 1,415,933.83 19,599.T«. 261,2^56.56 162,938.61 . 40- 1, .-o-! 1,615.12 f -i 1.S09.S7 13,584^7 2,153.78 FUNDS County General jCount? Hlghvay " County Bond.RedempUon CumuIaUra Bridge . County Welfare County Welfare Trust County Poor County Poor Bond Redemption ' County Hospital Operating County Hospital Bond Redemption County Hospital Cumulative General Drain 1 Drainage Maintenance' County Health County Aviation - ' County Park Local Road and Street Fund Withholding Tai ~ Federal Withholding Tax — Stat* Withholding —O.A^J. Withholding — Insurance Principal Common Principal Congressional Principal Permanent Endowment ' mterest Common, ' interest Congressional Interest Permanent Endowment Principal Cemetery Trust, Interest Cemetery Trust Surplus Tax . Tax Sale Redemption : '' . Tax Sale Surplus Dog Tax Collections Surplus Dog . . i Fines and Forfeitures Gross Tax on Real Estate. Inheritance Tax Intangibles Tax — Collections- Intangibles Tax — Distributions , Overweight Penalties 'Judicial Fees . . State Docket Fees Prosecuting Attorney Fees Due State Stat* Counsel Fees Show License ; Law Enforcement Training Stat* Fair Board Tax Stat* Forestry Tax . Township Tax Township Civil Bond Tax Township Recreation Tax Township Fire Fighting Tax Township CumulaUv* Fir* Equipment Tax Library Tax School General Tax School Debt Service Tax School Cumutitiv* Building Tax Corporitloa Tax Corporation Bond Tax ' Corporation Cumulative Building Tax Motor Vehicle Htghway—Corp. street Tax Park Tax Police Pension Tax : Flramens' Pension Tax Corporation Recreation Sewag* Charg* Collections v Barrett Law Collections Conservancy DistrlcAax 3442,611.17 1,053,365.51 8,032,126.17 ATTEST: I ' i i • 1 Harold B. Alton, Auditor o»Tlpta> Co. L-22 TOTALS DEBURSED TO DATE ' standardized in the commu- DISBURSED. FOR MONTH TOTAL DISBURSED 398,568.56 394,575.751 ' 959.95] 78,404.79 172,012.46 24,936.94! . 7,859.031 -0-0- .. 7,067.50! 88,564.04! 25,852.83; 14,938.421 -0-0- . -086,402.71 -928,646. 3,095.1: . 13,136.79: . 60.00 9,700.00 ' t i -0- I 1,107.9: -06,200.1 6.078.4 : -0-0- -0-0- 3,411.7. '. -0. 3,135.00 1,124.00 63.667.01 666.00 763JM 1,981.11 160.00 -o -l - 767.86 - 485.64 137.96 -0- t ' 16.266.62 -0- f 890.64 15.136.4B . t\ 25,304.03 ".-«-• I' 1,446,546.84 113,924.68 216,833.85 -o -l 92,840.71 -0- ' '-0- 930.4? j. 861.07 1,240.55 65,975.44. 4&I.544.00 59,633.76 454,209.51 -0- 959.95 17,491.95 95,896.74 23,446.81 195.459.27 1,637.85 ' 26,574.79 845.24 8704.27 -0- . -0-0-' , -0. -0- 7,067.50 75,657.53 164,221.57 5,225.89 31,078.78 -0- •'- 14,938.42 -0- -0-0- • -0-0- -0- ' 10,540.68 96,943.44 -0- -0-. 5,688.70 34,335.50 1,516.76 4,611.89 5,396.23 18,533.02 30.00 90.00 -0- . -0.'-0- . -0-0- 9,700.00 -0-' . -0-0- -0-0- 1,107.93 -0- -0. 10- 6,200.00 ' -0- 6,078.41 -0- -0- -b-.. -0-0- -0- ' -0- -0-0- 3,411.74 '.' -0- -0-0- 3,135.00 . -0- 1,124.00 ; -o- • 63,667.01 -0- -0-o- rO- = -0-' .... .0' 744.00 • 1,410.00 707.00 1,470.00 1,679.80 ' 3,660.94 180.00 340.00 ' - -0- -0647.20 1,415.06 756.57 1,642.21 606^3 744.19 .0- • " -0: 14,051.00 30,317.62 '.' -0777.77 ' 1,668.41 13,351.53 28,488.01 ' -0- " -0-0- -021,616.41 , 46,920.44 -0- -0412,760.88 1,859,307.72 18,912.04 132,836.73 94,111.36 310,945.21 -0- -070,097.83 162,938.61 -0- -0:.• ; '-0' 684.90 1,615.32 C -0- -0648^0 1,309.37 5,834.67 13,584.27 913.21 ' 2,153.76 171,581.93 223,118.75 -0- . 77,813.09 68,073J9 3,006.66 10,436.55 -0-0- -0-0- 44,600.80 30,172.82 ' -0-0- -0- 9,096.70 -0-0- -0-0-' -0-0- : -05,090.96 -0, -0- ' 774.76 . -050,613.62 - 2,226.29 -0-0- 588.83 -0-0- -0496.00 260.00 23,580.09 -0-0- -0- iu .oor 77.00 216.00 -0-0- 90.00 -0-0- -Oi -0-0- -0-0- -0- rO- -0-0- -0-0-' -0-0- »• ± -0-o- ' -0. -o-0- -0-0-. Dutch blanket exporters have been particularly aggrieved by the French action. The French have replied that Dutch exports have increased regardless. They have also pointed "out the difficulty facing people who buy blankets folded" in a package-^ how can they tell how big they are? To this the' commission has a no-nonsense reply—"label them, better. It also points out the consumer would be better protected if similar standards applied for beds and sheets as well as blankets. Today's Almcmac By United Press International Today is Saturday, Jan. 16, the 16th day of 1971. The moon is between its full phase and last quarter. The morning stars are Mercury, Venus, Jupiter and Mars. The evening star is Saturn. ' Those born on this date are under the sign of Capricorn. American designer Samuel Mclntire was born on Jan. 16, 1757. On this date in history: In 1833 the U. Civil Service -was established. In 1920 Saloons in the United States closed their doors as the Volstead Act to enforce Prohibition went into effect. In 1952 Russia ordered all foreign diplomats in Moscow to limit their movements to within 25 miles of the'city, purportedly to stop spying on military installations. In 1961 a "Texas tower" radar station sank in the Atlantic ocean, killing 28 men.' .3,383,393.0? 932,167.34 4,315,560,61 7U.665.56 This report examined Anaery 11,1971 Walter Schulenbert, President 'Roy Watxon, Vic* President Edgar W. Welsmnier, Secy. : The Commissioners of Tlotoft County • .'.-•'>• C-M at Your Friendly Bank FARMERS LOAN TRUST COMPANY 110E.Jeff.St. . Tipton, Indiana

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