The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on January 20, 1971 · Page 7
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Tipton, Indiana
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Wednesday, January 20, 1971
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W KDN ILSDAY, JANU ARY 20, £971 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED RATES 1 insertion 2 insertions 3 insertions 1 4 .insertions 5 insertions 6 insertions 5? per word 8f per word 10? per word 12f per word 14? per word 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 advertisements in the. first issue in which they appear and report any error at once as no allowance can be made except fair 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.: Saturday, call before 9 a.m. CANCELLATION- Preceding day CLASSIFIED DISPLAY- Classified per col. inch $1.10 1 inch daily per month $22.00 Each additional inch —$13.00 Rates Quoted Are Local For Rent FOR RENT ~ 1/2 double.. 5 rooms, bath and garage. 121 So. East. Phone 675-6916 . . ; - '' i • P-23 FOR RENT — Half of double. Call 675-2458 after 6 p.m. 'I TF __j FOR RENT ~ Trailer space. Upstairs apartment. Phone 675-2343. j | C-20 •FOR RENT -- 2 bedroom ar, "partment, heat and; water furnished. 675-6812.! TF FOR RENT — 2 bedrcom apartment, carpeted, modern kitchen. Mature adults. 404 North Main. Upstairs.- 6756014 or 675-6283. C-19 Real Estate THE proven carpet cleaner, Blue Lustre, is easy on the budget. Restore forgotten colors. Rent 'electric shampooer, $1. Carney's Drug Store C-19 FRONT WHEEL ALIGNMENT WHEEL BALANCE TUNE UP EBERT'S ARCO SERVICE DIAL 675-7125 SINCLAIR IS ARCO _ Ky State Holds No 1 Small College BB FRONTVEND ALIGNMENT — Smith Tire Service, 115 N. Indep. St. Phone 675-6165* TF PORTABLE WELDING —Vater line thawing. Tony Hancock 947-3832. TF For Sale Personal For Sale For Sole: 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 IN MEMORIAM memory of Dale E. Petty, passed away)" January 20, In who 1962 Sadly missed \$f wife and fam ily. NEW TfORK (UPI) - Louisiana Tech, whose main claim to fame in sports was its contribution of Terry Bradshaw to pro football, is making noise in small college basketball circles. Tech upset second-ranked Southwest Louisiana, 104-93, last week and followed-with a victory over McNeese State to .boost its record to 11-1 and earn the No. 2 slot in United Press international's seventh weekly ratings. Kentucky State maintained its. lead in balloting today by, the 35-member UPI Board of. Coaches for games played through Sunday, Jan. 17, but the voting was one of the closest in recent weeks. Only 60 points separated the first four teams — Kentucky State, Louisiana Tech, Tennessee State and Tipton Frosh Win Two Games • I Tipton High School's Freshmen A and B teams edged Alexandria's Frosh in both basketball games at the Tipton High gym Tuesday night, i | The Tipton B squad led by Bobby Jaqua's 10 markers defeated Alex 31-28 after being in arrears 18-12 at halftime. I Tipton's A Frosh won over the- Tiger A 35-29 and in this game for the young Devils Jerry Karnes had 13, Mike Smith 9 and Jeff Landrum 7. Lower and Ret­ tery led Alex with 7 each. •!.-. Both Tipton Freshmen teams travel to Eastern Jan. 26. Page 7 Sport's Parade had He 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, smpoth. LEVFS " ... P-16 FOR SALE — Complete CB CITI Fone 23 Base Station. Call • . 675-6647. P-18 FOR SALE — 17 ft. travel trailer, completely furnished. 806 Oak St. P-16 FOR SALE — Aluminum siding. Storm windows-doors. Kool- Vent Awnings. A. J. -Butz, < 675-2646. C-TF Used Cars FOR SALE — 1968 Mercury. $1400.00. Phone 675-2769. - - " •: C-15 FARMS FOR SALE — Parke W. Hoover farmj Tipton Co., 58 acres above average farm land, bids accepted. H. R. Hoover, trustee, Anderson, Ind. 303 Jackson 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 ,0fl0^ Avail-: able about August Write Box D, %Tipton Tribune. P-18 Pets FREE — Young male, shorthaired Terrier - Beagle mixed, ~ white and tan. AJ pet Vaccinated. Xall 675-6096 during noon • hour. ! P -20 Mrs. Dale T Petty £ Family CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends, relatives and neighbors for the kindness, sympathy and beautiful floral tributes extended during the illness and at the death of our beloved wife and sister, Mrs. Esta Jane Thompson. We would especially like to thank Rev. William Simpson for his comforting message, Mrs. Carl Aldridge for the beautiful music, all who acted as casket and flower bearers, the Ladies for the dinner and the Leatherman-Morris Funeral Home for their kind and helpful services. Mr. Boyd Thompson Mr. and Mrs.' E. A. Groves Wanted Cv. livestock WANTED — Babysitting in my home. 675-4582. C-18 FOR SALE — 44 large year- old bred gilts, half Hamp o and 1 York. Due to farrow last of February; Phone 984-3372, Arcadia. C-16 FOR SALE -- Hampshire Boars, also Duroc Boars. JohnHussey . 552-2080. C-19 it's electronic ...that 's Newef it's by Bulova ...that 's Great I it's $39 95 ...that 's Value! CARAVELLE* TRANSISTORIZED WATCH WANTED — Monthly Tipton. County trash routes, $1 .50 per month. Dan Wood, phone 6754464. I C-17 feOWL-O-DROME SPECIAL Fish& Frys 98C C-18 • NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION 2a (be Circuit Court of Tiptoe Count?; Indiana. ' Notice is hereby given that Carl R. Colbert and Ronald Laton Colbert were on the 15th day of January, 1371, appointed: Joint Executors of the will of Ralph Colbert, deceased. All persons- having claims against &aLd real estate, whether or .not now due, must file toe same In said court within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will tie forever barred. Dated at Tipton, Indiana, this 15th day af January, 1971. Paul H. Jones Clerk of the Circuit Court ' for Tipton County, Indiana Wilson Wheatley. Attorney L-38 P-16-22-28 Wanted To Buy • WANTED TO BUY * WE NEED USED FURNITURE Top Dollar— Fast Pick-up. 552*5315 EARLYWINE'S E. Edge. Tipton, Co. Miscellaneous WANT A TREAT? — Come and hear MONSALVATGE address the Co-op annual meeting January 28 at 4-H Building. Tickets available at Co-op elevator. | C-16 SALES -OPTORTUNITY --Full or part time] Call between 5 and 7 p.m. i Call 947-2884. I P-16 ' NOTICE TO HEIRS, . LEGATEES AND CREDITORS ESTATE OF" Clara L. Doversberger, Deceased No. 3244 In Tipton Circuit Court, Calendar Term, 1971 Notice is hereby given that Farmers Loan and Trust Company as executor of said estate, has filed its account, and vouchers in final settlement of said estate, and its 'petition . praying the Court to allow said account and order distribution -of said estate, and that the same will come up for hearing and action in said Court on the 3rd day of February, 1971 3:30 a.m. o'clock In the courthouse In Tipton, • Indiana, at which ^tlrae all heirs, legatees and creditors of said estate are required to appear and show cause. If any there be, why said account and vouchers should not be allowed, and distribution of the estate be made as prayed tor 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 ind place end make proof of their heirship or claim to any part of said estate. Paul H. Jonas Clerk Circuit Court Tipton, ndiana E. R. Chance, Attorney L-38 Services SEPTIC TANK |Cleaning. Ray;, mond Tragesser. Call 5527162 or 675-2163. C-TF Earl G. Rhodes .Jftweler POST BUILDINGS Commercial - Farm , Call Collect 317-985-2541 NOTICE OF PUB1K BEARING ' BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS, VARIANCE. ., Notice is hereby given that the Board of Zoning Appeals of Tipton County, Indiana on the 4th day of February. 1971 at 7:00 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time) in Planning Commission office In the County Court House at Tipton, Indiana will bold a public bearing on a variance from the provisions of the Zoning Ordinance, as provided by the Zoning Ordinance. " The variance Involves the following consideration. The appellants, Robert and Maude St Clair requests a variance for a 41 foot side yard so they can construct a building to be used Is make * gift and novelties out of glass. Legal description:. West side of Lot II la West Ehrood Lend Company's Elwood Addition, 40- by 360* and it". Written suggestion or objections rakjtlv* to this appeal, or variance, nay be filed with the Board of Zoning Appeals-at, or before, said meeting, and wtU be heard at the time and place specified. Said bearing nay be continued from time to tune as may he necessary. Interested personsdeslringtopresentthelr views wpon this cue, either la writing or ver- bally.wUl be given the opportunity to be beard at the above mentioned time and place. Ralph Wloura . BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS Tipton County, ndiana L -J7 C-lt-tl Southwest Louisiana — whilefts- sumption, the No. 5 team, is undefeated and rising quickly. Kentucky Wesleyan was sixth in the voting, followed by Louisiana State of New Orleans, S. F. Austin, Ashland and Philadelphia Textile to complete the top 10. Puget Sound . was 11th, followed by Howard Payne, Oral Roberts, Capital/ Eau Clair, Youngstown, Evansville, Buffalo State, Sam Houston and Old Dominion. i | Five coaches from each of By United Press International the seven geographical areas of COLLEGE the nation comprise the UPI Indiana State 95 Evansville 72 ratings board. Each week they Kentucky State 105 Northwood select the top 10 smalt college; 87 teams in the nation with points j Grace 90 Concordia .63 awarded on a 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 Earlham 108 Taylor. 95 basis on votes from: first! Anderson 91 Marian 76 during a basketball game., accjident . was - a freak through 10th. Banks Signs For 1971 BB CHICAGO (UPI) -Ernie Banks. signed his 18th contract Namath's Wrist Healing Fine NEW YORK (UPI)-The New York Jets' team physician said Tuesday that Joe Namath. should be able to play in the 1971 season. . Dr. James Nicholas said that X-rays of Namath's = broken wrist revealed the main fracture had healed. The doctor said that he will keep the cast on until late February for precautionary reasons to restrain use of the hand and protect it from re­ injury. ° V Dr. Nicholas added, "He should have, no difficulty and should be able to play next year. After we take off the cast •it will take six weeks to rempbilize it and he should be able to begin throwing in April." "My wrist doesn't bother me at all and doesn't give me any pain," Namath said, "also, my right knee feels better than it .has in a long time. I've been lifting weights with it and it feels much stronger." i Namath suffered the injury on Oct 18 when he was hit late in the fourth quarter by Billy Ray Smith' of Baltimore. Namath was sidelined for the rest of the season and the Jets struggled to a 4-10 record with Al Woodall quarterbacking the club. Reynolds Retirers INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - \£<i Schilling haebeen named head basketball coach at Marian College, succeedingCleon Reynolds, who is retiring at the end of the season. : Schilling played basketball, at Butler University, graduating in 1966. He coached at Sheridan and Thorntown High Schools and currently is dean of boys at Carmel High School. ° Reynolds served as coach of the Knights eight seasons. with the Chicago Cubs Tuesday. Banks, who will be 40 on Jan. 31, hit his 500th home run in May of last year and finished the season with 509 career circuit clouts. An arthritic left knee put Banks on the disabled list for the first time in his major league career last season. He was out of action from July 22 to Aug. 20, but batted at a ,326 clip after rejoining the team for its last 17 games, ' He finished the season with .252. He hit 12 home runs and drove in 44 runs. Banks again will play first base and double as batting coach, a Cubs' spokesman said. Texas Gets UPI No. 1 AUSTIN, Tex. (UPI),-The United Press International 1970 football No. 1 Trophy will be presented Saturday to the University of Texas Longhorns. For the second year in a row, Texas was chosen as national collegiate gridiron champions.! The presentation is scheduled in conjunction with the two-day annual convention of the Texas UPI Editors Association at the Sheraton-Crest Inn. , j The trophy will be presented I to Coach Darrell Royal and two team members, Steve Worster ; and Bill Atessis, at a luncheon featuring Frank C. Erwin Jr. as speaker. Erwin is chairman of the . University of Texas ! Board of Regents. . Texas was selected as UPI's No. 1 football team at the end of the regular season last month. The Longhorns finished with a 10-0 record after ! defeating - Arkansas', 42-7, on : Dec. 5 at Austin for their 30th straight victory. FILION TOPS ALL NEW YORK (UPI) -Herve Filion, 30, of Angers, Quebec, captured both the victory and earnings championships of the 1970 harness racing season with! 486 and $1,647,837, respectively. I Bethel 110 Marion 101 Oakland City 106 Rio Grande 94 Southern Illinois 79 Ball State 77 .•„• .;. Transylvania 96 Hanover 63 HIGH SCHOOL . Evansville Bosse 67 Evansville Harrison 52 • ' Evansvilie Mater Dei 61 Mount : Carmel, HI. 57 Gary Andrean 77 Hammond , Morton 65 Portage 77 Calumet 73 . Highland 78 Hanover Central 51 Holland 86 Haubstadt 58 Oolitic 100 Heltonville 71 West Vigo 66 Marshall, HI. 62 | shakamak 88 DUgger 69 Center Grove 63 Indian Creek 61 . _ ' ;.• | College Results By United Press International Wis. 87 Northwestern 72 TCU 85 Texas Tech 71 , iOkla. City 73 Cntnry Coll 70 Rice 78 SMU67 . Berea 93 Centre 74 Kentucky St. 105 Northwood 87 Oberlih 73 Allegheny 69 j; Wash?Lee 72 Jhns Hopkns 62 Davidson 60 East Car/ 52 : By MILTON RICHMAN UPI Sports Writer NEW YORK (UPI) - Bobby Tolan, who'll be out-until June, wasn't too long removed from surgery when they told him he a long distance call, picked up the phone !alongside his [hospital bed in Cincinnati and Sparky Anderson was! on the line from his home ! in Thousand Oaks, Calif. |,; "Besides hurting yourself lyoujve also caused me a tot of grief," the Reds'.manager said ; to his centerfielder. "What's that?''.: Tolan asked, j 'j! have. to manage now," Anaerson told him. Both laughed. Not for long ; though. Both realize the enor- i mity of Tolan's recent freak ;• accident in which he tore the ; achilles tendon in his right heel '- The . one because Tolan wasn't even touched. Playing on the same team with such other Cincinnati baseballers - as Pete. Rose, Johnny Bench, Lee May, Jim Stewart and recently-traded Jim Maloney; Tolan was going after ,a loose ball when.he suddenly felt as if somebody had stepped^ on his foot or kicked him. Pop! Just like that the Eedg were minus a .316 hitting' centerfielder. Until next llune at .least Tolan is Recuperating Bobby Tolan already has begun his recuperative process in | the hospital and he's talking about coming back before June but he's going IfcJtnd it's not that easy. \ A ^orn achilles, tendon is not like a fracture. It generally takes longer to heal. Much longer. Ask Bill White sometime. ' 1 Sparky Anderson originally received the bad news about what; had happened to. Tolan in a|. phone call from Bob Hpwsam, the Reds' general manager. Anderson's fyrsf reaction was "Oh, no!" s ;*'I felt bad, especially for Bobby," Anderson says. "I felt bad for the ball club also." , ; f It's. rather • typical of Sparky. Anderson that he thought of the Uplayer first and then of the 11 club. He's-an organization an throUgli^'and through but bfefore that 'he's a unique manager, the type who has a pronounced tendency to think of his players before he thinks of himself. "I like basketbali," Anderson says, "but I was against our players playing it because I was afraid somebody would get hurt. It was a freak accident. He wasn't even touched. A lot of people say accidents will happen and that it could've happened crossing, the street. All I say is I bate to see somebody trying to do something he's not professional at. 'ike footbalt or basketball.. players trying to play softball. They can hurt themselves so easily. They slide, they don't know how to do it: properly and the first thing you know it happens." If he had to start the season today Anderson would move Rose to center, Bernie Carbo to right and Hal McRae to left. That could change off what happens in spring training. Or maybe a deal may be made. Tolan Not an Out "I know one thing," Anderson says. "I feel we're a good ball club, arid if you're a good ball club ycu can't let one person stop you from winning. We'll never use Bobby Tolan as an out. I don't think I'll ever mention what happened to him. This is no knock at Bobby. I consider him a fine young player and I look for him to do a great deal in the future. "But you have to be realistic. Joe DiMaggio came and went ... Mickey Mantle came and went ... Ted Williams came and went ... their ball clubs continued on. The Cincinnati club must keep going the same way and I believe it will. . "You remember Paul Blair was hurt so bad last year. Baltimore kept winning. If you're a good ball club you compensate for injury. I feel Cincinnati is that good a ball club." The future . of the Reds* basketball team is in doubt . right now although the team has said it wiii go through with two charity games it had scheduled. Up until Tolan's injury, Sparky Anderson had , been having a good winter back home in Thousand Oaks. Despite" 'the "Reds' loss to the Orioles in the'World Series, Anderson was given the key to the city with 60.a c6. PUBLIC SALE Located 4 miles south of Greentown, Indiana at corner of Intersection state roads 26 and 213 on: Saturday, January 23, 1971 at 1:00 P.M. 2 piece living room suite; occasional chair; rocking chair; studio couch; oak library table; childs table; table radio; end table; nice floor lamp; pictures; R.C.A. console T.V.; coffee table; Kundo electronic mantle clock; large plate glass mirror; flower pedistal; Hot Point electric range; Hot Point refrigerator; 4 piece breakfast set; dining room drop leaf walnut table with 6 chairs and buffett; Hoover electric sweeper; 3 piece bedroom suite; twin spool beds complete; bedding and linnens; oak dresser;'old wash stand; 2 antique cane bottom chairs; dishes and utensils; 2 very old kitchen cabinets; straight chairs; step stool; mason jars- crocks and jugs; old Ice box; step ladder; some hand tools; shovels and garden equipment; reel type power lawn mower; 2 old beds; dresser and several articles not listed. CAR: 1966 LaSabre Bulck 4 door sedan, good condition and low .mileage. Terms: Cash Not responsible for accident or goods after .. sold. DAYRELL MURPHY: Executor of the OTTO MURPHY Estate Darrel L. Hodson, Attorney. Eddie Nash & O.B. Swihford, Auctioneers Windfall Phone 595-3503 •.. V«l Myers, Clerk 1 style HORNET SPORTABOUT: Mom's perfect second car is also the young family's perfect first car. ft of cargo space. a 36-foot turning circle and enough 1,6 cause a stir at the country cfub. From $2594 HORNET S Here's a dyed-in-lhe-«ocl performance car that still avoids the extra insurance' surcharge. 360 CIO V-8. three-speed on the floor, and Polyglas* tires on_slot>-style wheels are some ot the stanaard items. From $2663 1 MB already out-valued the other compacts with Hornet.Now we're outdoing ourselves by offering a free 6E TV set with each one. When American Motors expanded the Hornet lint they covered all the bases...with a roomy sedan, handy Sportabout and America's first practical performance car-the SC/360. Now more than ever, the Hornet Is America's best compact buy. Johnson. Motors, In turn, has gone out of Its way to make'phenomenal deals on every Hornet we sell I I ' .Now, because of a special ThrOgmartln /American Motors understanding, a free QE portable television set goes with each new Home! delivered by February 28,1971. Look out. Maverick. Hornet. Don Dennis; [Sonny Burden GET A FREE TV WITH EVERY NEW AMERICAN MOTORS CAR DELIVERED BY FEBRUARY 28. 19711 The tet ottered lathe 12" General Electric Adventurer 74 monochrome portable with UHF-VHF tuning, and . Kltd copper circuitry. THROGMARTIN AUTO SALES .American Motors If you had to compete wfoi tha GM, Fort and Chrysler dealers in town, what would you dot 704 W. JEFFERSON ST. TIPTON 1

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