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MONDAY, JANUARY 18, 1971 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED RATES 1 insertion 5( per word 2 insertions 8f per word 3 insertions 10? per word 4 insertions 12? per word 1 5 insertions 14? per word |£ insertions 15? per word Minimum Charge $1.25 (Charges are at a reduced [cash rate and apply if the ad lis paid within 10 days after the first insertion. Service charge of 25? will be added after the 10 day period. Advertisers should check their advertisemenb 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 T 2115 before 3 p.m. for insertion next day. Saturday, call before 9<a.m. CANCELLATION- Preceding day CLASSIFIED DBPLAY- Classified per col. inch $1.10 1 inch daily,per month $22.00 Each additional inch — $13,001 Rates Quoted Are Local FOR SALE i- conditioni 2068 after Hospital bed, good $75. Phone 6756 p.m. P,-15 FOR SALE -- New Admiral color TV. 3 year pix tube warranty. Was $959.95»Save$40p. Coopers Home Furnishings. TF - '- • i r __. FOR SALE —'2 - 700 x 20 tires, '.tread fair, the pair \ $25.00. /Some 8:25 and 9-.0CJ x 20*S, smooth, LEVI'S P-16 FOR SALE — Complete CB CITI Fone23 Base Station. Call . 675-6647. P-18 FOR SALE — Like new G.E. washer and dryer, j INice 12 x 12 carpet and pad. Call 675-7241 after 5;30. C-14 FOR SALE — 17 ft. travel trailer, completely furnished. 806 Oak St ! P-16 Livestock FOR SALE — 44 large year- old bred gilts, half Hamp and York. Due to farrow last of . February. Phone 984-3372, Arcadia. C-16 Used Cars FOR SALE -- 1969 Torino, 21,000 miles, $1700. ' fcall 6756402. P-15 FOR SALE -- 1968l|Mercury. $1400.00. Phone 675-2769". • I C-15 For Sale For Rent FOR SALE —. Aluminum siding. I, Storm windows-doors.! kool- FOR RENT — 3 room 1 furnished Vent. Awnings. A. J.'Butz, apartment. Call 675;-2415. TF , 675-2646. . = - '•. C-TF ~—~ —— FOR RENT — 1/2 double. 5 rooms, bath and garage. 121 So. East. Phone 675-6916 > P-23 FOR RENT— House in country. 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 level, unfurnished. 415 West Mad- <: ison Street. Phone 675-6142. C-14 FOR RENT —— 2 bedroom apartment, heat and water furnished. 675-6812. TF FOR RENT— 2 bedroom apartment, carpeted, modern kitchen. Mature adults. 404 North Main. < Upstairs. 6756014 or 675-6283. C-19 Real Estate For Sale FARMS FOR SALE — Parke S -"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 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 Sale: MODERN HOME Very nice 2 bedroom brick home with hardwood floors. Ceramic bath, 2 1/2 car garage near east side of Anderson. All utilities. LEWIS HARPER REALTY : 675-7444 Wanted FRONT-LND ALIGNMENT — Smith Tire Service, 115 N. indep. St. Phone 675-6165. I ! TF" PORTABLE WELDING SERVICE and Water Line Thawed. 9473832. TF WANTED — Babysitting in my home. 675-4582. : C-18 Pets FREE — Young male, short haired Terrier-Beagle mixed. White and tan. Vaccinated. Call 675-6096 during noon 1 hour P-18 Personal Saturday or Sunday. Female Help Wanted Miscellaneous WOMEN— Need work but unable to devote full time? Watkins has a splendid income opportunity for you. Write Ruth Bergaus, Watkins Products, Inc., Winona, Minneso- . ta 55987. C-79, 85, 91, 97 LADIES — Fashion wagon of Minnesota Woolens has part time openings to show beautiful fashions. No experience necessary, must be'over 2h\ If you can work 3 evenings jj week, have transportation, and would like a high income and free $400 wardrobe, call 7584800. collect. . P-M Wanted To Buy * WANTED TO BUY * WE NEED USED FURNITURE Top Dollar— Fast Pick-up 552-5315 EARLYWINE'S E. Edge, Tipton, Co. SALES OPPORTUNITY — Full or part time. Call between 5 and 7 p.m. Call 947f2884. P-16 WANT A TREAT? -- Come and hear MONSALVATGE address the Co-op annual meeting Jan-! uary 28 at 4-H Building, j Tie-! kets available at Co-op eleva-' tori _ C-16 Services THE proven carpet cleaner, Blue Lustre, is easy on the budget. Restore forgotten colors. Rent Carn- C-19 electric shampooer, $1. ey's Drug Store POPEYE ® By Bud Sagendorf • " "7— • —^ '. - r • • : —— FRONT WHEEL J ALIGNMENT WHEEL BALANCE TUNE UP EBERT'5 | ARCO SERVICE DIAL 675-7125 SINCLAIR IS ARCO £ SEPTIC TANK Cleaning.! Raymond Tragesser. Call 5527162 or 675-2163. j C-TF POST BUILDINGS Commercial - Farm Call Collect 317-985-2541 0 *2 IS INTERIOR Decorating your • thing? Give decorating shows for Home, Interiors and Gifts, Inc. Name brand merchandise new area. Call Elwood, 552• 2766. I C-14 ]-• NOTICE OF ADMINBTRATION In the Circuit Court of Tipton bounty, Indiana. Notice is hereby given that Donald E. Lively and Thetma A. Castor was on the 4 day of January, 1971, appointed: Co-Administrators of the estate of Bertha Lively, deceased. ' 1AU persons having claims against said real estate,' whether or not now due, must file the'. same in said court within six ^tooths from the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Dated at Tipton, Indiana, this 4th dayofjan^ uary, 1951. ' - ' Pan] p. Jones Clerk of the Circuit Court -for TiptohCounty, Indiana Horace C. Holmes, Attorney L-2 . P-J-9-15 DAILY CROSSWORD 42. Kind of advertising sign [ | ' 43. Feat i | . . DOWN 1. Academy award ! 2. Eagle's nest 3. Plight | 4; Chop! 5. Arduous Journey 6. By what means? I 7. Generally 8. Press. •) .' statement 12. Of the j proboscis 13. American abolitionist (2wds.) 14; Floral ; arrange^ - ment • 19. Chef's i garb • 20. French ! river" 23. Walked 24. Soil problem 25. Stir . up the rabble 26. Ventilated 31. Belgian city 32. Kind of drum T" +-4 ACROSS 1. Vow 5. For whom* Thursday If named 9. Parched 10. Wander 11. Monarchy's proud 1 possessions (2wds.) 15. Islet 16. Astronaut's "perfect" (colloq.) 17. Washington legislator (abbr.) 18. Go over again > 20. European river 21. Face (slang) 22. Miss : Martinelll 23. Famed songstress- actress (2wds.) 27. Jason's ship 28. Tenth of a sen 29. -a phrase ... 30. Threatening reminder (2wds.) 34. It Is (Lat.) 35. Lamb 36. Hostelrj- 37. Famed Hawaiian i promontory 40. Great . Barrier island 41. Monster .DAILY CRYPTOqjUOTE -r Here's AX VDL B A A X Is L O Satarda.)-'* Annwer 33. Terminated 35. Auro- • rat 38. India farmer 39.Brick- layer's need """"+<"""4 I I mm MM how to work it: R N G FELL OW One letter simply stands for anothenSln this sample-A is used for the three L'sj, X for the two O's, etc. Single letters, apostrophes, the length and formation of the words arc all hints. Each day the coide letters are-different. . A Cryptogram Quotation TRSIAQ YDX 1 V A L ML MX r • D XMRBZE XSFZLMFZX Z B Z E r R M J M J U D RMLLRZ ML L S L Y Z • • •. || !' ! •' :• • Saturday's Cryptoquote: EXPERIENCE IS NOT WHAT HAPPENS .TO A MAN; IT IS WHAT A MAN DOES WITH WHAT HAPPENS TO HIM.—HUXLEY <C 1971 King Featurea Sjndlcnte, Inc.) QMWWMTARL LS U Z L llFM J L . — Q S J - F D E HAM X Page 5 To Swap With Wives j CARD OF THANKS I want to thank each and every one who helped with the Kempton I.O.O.F. "and Rebekah Lodge Installation Saturday night, January 9, 1971, A special thanks for a job well done to the Kempton I.O.O.F. Installation Team. Wilma Jean Partlow Noble Grand Kempton. Rebekah Lodge #387 Today's Almanac By; United Press International Today is Monday, Jan, 18, the 18th day of 1971. i The moon is between its new phase and first quarter. J The morning stars are Mars, Jupiter and Venus. I The evening star is Saturn. Those born on. this day are. under the sign of Capricorn. ' American orator Daniel Webster was born Jan. 18, 1782. On this day in history: In 1943 Moscow announced the Nazi siege of Leningrad had been lifted. It had started in the autumn of 1941. In 1966 the daughter of the late Indian Prime; Minister Nehru, Indira Gandhi, was named the new prime minister of that Gauntry. •I In 1968.the United States and Russia agreed on a draft of a nuclear non-proliferation treaty. In 1970 Mormon leader;.David O. McKay died at the age of 96., A thought for the day: A m e r i can ' writer Henry Thoreau said, "I had three chairs. in my house; one for solitude, two for friendship, three for society." | By DICK WEST WASHINGTON (UPI) - Amongj the injustices being attacked by the' women's liberation- . movement is the practice of wives adopting their husband's names after their . marriages. 'I i heard a group of wives, discussing this' burden at a party ithe other evening and I must admit they raised some cogent! arguments against it. "It is important for a girl to haye a felicitous name and her parents usually go to a lot of • trouble to devise • one • that is mellifluous, melodious or cute," one wife said. " I What's In A Name "Suppose .the family name is Handlecrane. Her parents, after a great deal of thought, might name jher Hannah Jane Handle- « '. cranej which is rhythmic, -alliterative, and poetic.. i "But j chances : are that Hannah Jane will grow up and ' marry a. boy named Hubert Doe, thus spoiling the whole effect. I say a wife should be allowed to keep her maiden name." Another wife said: "Not only that, she should be allowed to give her name to her husband if conditions warrant. At Least A Swap? "I'm thinking of a girt I know whose maiden - name was Susan Songsparrow. She married a guy named Sterling Lunkhead. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION •Ta the Circuit Court of Tlgton County, Indiana. Notice is hereby given that Bill Watford vas on the 30th day of December. 1970 appointed: . Executor of the willgf ZonaRayl.deceased. • All persons havfa^clalms against said real estate, whether or not now due, must die the same In said court within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims wUl ( be foreTCr barred. Dated at Tipton, Indiana, this 30th day of' December, 1970. . Ross M. Hufford Clerk of the Circuit Court for. Tipton County, Indiana Joe F.Watson, Attorney L-108 P-79-85-91 NOTICE TO HEIRS, •• > LEGATEES AND CREDITORS . , ESTATE OF Basil El Higgins, Deceased No. 3246 m Tipton Circuit Court, Calendar Term. 1371 . .Notice Is,hereby given that Ralph Spaulding as administrator of said estate, has filed his ' account and vouchers iq final settlement of said eitatej and his petition praying the Court to allow said account and order distribution of . said estate.and that the same wlllcomeup for ' bearing and action in said Court on the 25th day 1 of January 9:00 a.m., 1971 in the courthouse . in-.JTipton,'- Indiana, at which time all heirs, * legatees and creditors of said estate are re-, quiredj to appear and show cause, if any there bej why said account and vouchers should not r be jailowed, and distribution of the estate be made ks prayed tor in said petition; and all the neirs, devisees and legatees of said decedent and said estate,' and all others interested, are hereby required to appear at said time .and place and make proof of their heirship or claim to any.part of said estate. Paul H. Jones . Clerk Circuit Court Tipton, Indiana. Wilson Wheattey, Attorney L-14 | P-8-I4 . NOTICE OF ADMTNETRATION m the Circuit Court of Tipton County, Indiana. Notice is hereby given that William E.Wood was on the 4thday of December, 1970 appointed: Executor of the will of Bertha A. Wood, de- ' ceased. All persons having claims against said real estate, whether or not.nowdue; most file the same in said court within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Dated, at Tipton, Indiana, this 31st day of December, 1970. Ross M. Hutford Clerk of the Circuit Court for Tipton County, Indiana Joe F. Watson, Attorney L-109. - P-79-85-91 i NOTICE TO HEIRS, LEGATEES AND CREDITORS ESTATE OF Marjorie Waugh, Deceased • No. I3066-. In Tipton Circuit Court, Calendar Term, 1971 0 I \ Notice is hereby given that Charles Mulllns as executor of said estate, has filed bis account and vouchers in final settlement otsaidestate,. and tils petition praying the Court to allowsaid account and order distribution of said estate, and that the same will come up for hearing and action in.said Court on-the lstdayof February . 10:00 a.m. ; 1971 in the courthouse in Tipton, Indiana, at which time all heirs, legatees and creditors of said estate are required to appear . and jsbow cause. If any there be, why 'said account, and vouchers should not be allowed, and distribution of the estate be madeaspray- . ed for in said petition; and'all the heirs, devisees and legatees of said decedent and said estate, and all others interested, are hereby . required to; appear at said time and place and make proof of their heirship or claim to any - partjof said estate. Paul H. Jones Clerk Circuit Court Tipton. Indiana NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION In the Circuit Court of Tipton County, Indiana. Notice is hereby grv»?tnat Clayton Witham was on the 6th day of January, 1371, appointed: Administrator of the estate of David B.Witham deceased. All persons having claims against said real estate, whether or not now due, must file the same in said court within six mq&ths from the' date, of fhe first publication of this notice or said claims wiU be forever barred. Dated at Tipton, Indiana, this 8th day of January, 1971. Paul H. Jones a Clerk of the Circuit Court for Tipton County, Indiana E. R. Chance, Attorney L-18 P-8-14-20 .NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION . In the Circuit Court of Tipton County, Indiana, . * Notice is hereby given that Farmers Loan and Trust Company was on the 8th day of. January, 1971, appointed: ^ Executor of the will of Alma K. Doversberger, deceased. All persons having claims against said real estate, whether or not now due, must file the same in said court within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Dated at Tipton, Indiana, this 8th dayof Jannary, 1971. Paul H. Jones Clerk of the Circuit Court . -for Tipton County, Indiana Joe F. Watson, Attorney L-1S E. R. Chance, Attorney L-17 P-8-14-20 : By LESTER L> COLEMAN, M.D. Public Menace, the Public Dr. Coleman |I USE public telephones a great deal. Some of the ear- and mouth-pieces are unbelievably dirty. • il have never caught an infection, of the ears, but have often wondered if this is pbs- : sible. Miss D. B-, R.I. Dear Miss B.: Because disease - producing bacteria, or "pa- thorenic" germs, seldom stay on telephones for a long time, it it exceedingly rare for disease to be I l transmitted in this way. | Telephone operators are nevertheless very careful to use their own headsets in order to avoid the slightest possibility of infection. Even though your chances of developing an infection are sjlight, I do believe that more attention should be paid to these telephones by a regular i irvice^that cleans them and t least gives the user a sense of protection. . And while we're talking about protection in 'public facilities, I must comment on Another distressing problem. Readers will agree that most public toilets do not fulfill sanitary requirements, j It is a source of wonder to. me that so many people "who wouldn't misuse the toilet facilities in their own homes become so careless and incon- kderate in public places. When children do this, it Can, in a measure, be under- Stood. But when adults show so little respect for public facilities, it is inexcusable. • • - • Can wine be considered as a tonic? Can a small amount taken before dinner over a long period of time prove harmful? Mrs. W. S.. Kan- Dear Mrs. S.: Because wine contains alcohol, and alcohol in small amounts may stimulate the appetite, it could be considered, a tonic. Undoubtedly, there is a tranquilizing, relaxing feeling that goes with a small amount of wine before dinner. The key word is, of course, "small." There are many people who falsely believe that wine and beer are less intoxicating than the so-called hard liquors. The alcoholic content may be less, but if large quantities are taken over a long period of time, damage can be done to the liver. Moderation in drinking your wine- should give you the advantages without the disadvantages. SPEAKING OF YOUR HEALTH: Snowmobile riders must protect themselves thoroughly to avoid chilblains and frostbite. Dr. Lester Coleman hma prepared a special booklet far readers of this column, •"Alcoholism—A Family Disease." It probes this grave problem and offers hopeful advice. For your copy, send S3 cents tat cote anc* a surge, self-addressed 6-vent itamped envelope to Lester L. Coleman. M.D., P.O. Box S170, GrasS Central Statlai, New Torlr, N. Y. 10017. Please mention the kooklet by title. (O U71, Kin* natures Syndicate. Inc.)

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