The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on January 23, 1971 · Page 5
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Tipton, Indiana
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Saturday, January 23, 1971
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1971 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE DAILY CROSSWORD CLASSIFIED RATES insertion insertions insertions Insertions insertions insertions 5? pei?'word 8? per-word 10? per word 12? per word 14? per word 15? per word Minimum Charge $1.25 Charges are at a reduced cash rate and apply if the ad is paid within 10 day? after Ithe 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. Satin- day, 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 SALE --• 2 piece green Early American living room suite; 2 end tables, one step table, one round coffee table, all maple. One pair of lamps, one G.E. portable stereo with AM-FM radio. One Mangus Cord organ with bench. 6754467. C-19 FOR SALE — Like new, G.E. washer and dryer, utility cabinet, , Shetland sweeper. Call 675-7241 after 5:30. C-22 FOR SALE — Slim Gym, like . new. 675-7296. C-19 FOR SALE -- Amminum siding. ' Storm windows-doors. Kool- • Vent Awnings. A. J. Butz, 675-2646. C-TF/ Pets FOR SALE ~ Beagle puppies, $10 each. 612 Green St. Phone 675-4690. C-19 Livestock FOR SALE — Hampshire Boars, also Duroc Boars. John Hussey 552-2080. C-19 For Rent For Sale FOR RENT — 1/2 double.. 5 rooms, bath and garage. 121 So. East. Phone 675-6916 P-23 FOR RENT -r trailer space. Upstairs apartment. Phone 675-2343. C-20 FOR SALE — New Admiral color TV. 3 year pix tube warranty. ! , Was $959.95. Save $400. Coopers Home Furnishings. TF 0*2 FOR RENT — Upstairs 2 bedroom apartment with or without stove and refrigerator. Adults or one child. 334 1/2 N. Independence. 675-6639 P-21 FOR RENT -- House, corner of St. Rd. 28 and 31. $65 per month. 3 bedrooms, basement, gas heat. $100 damage deposit required. Call Indianapolis. 291-6358. ; C-19 FOR RENT — 2 bedroom apartment, carpeted, modern kitchen. Mature adults. 404 North Main. Upstairs. 6756014 or 675-6283. C-19 FOR RENT— 2 bedroom trailer in Windfall. Phone Elwood 552-9731 after 5. • C-20 FOR RENT — Four rooms, bath, close, downstairs. Small back porch, partially inclosed. 675-r 4478. P-21 Help Wanted YOU need money, I need men • and women to represent Raw- Ieigh Household Products in Tipton, Elwood or Tipton County full or part time. Largest rate of profit. If over 30 write or call giving phone and home directions. Burrell W. Sayer, 803 Shawanoe Dr., Pendleton, Ind. 46064. ' C-19 Wanted To Boy • WANTED TO BUY * WE NEED USED FURNITURE Top Dollar— Fast Pick-up 552-5315 EARLYWINE'S . E. Edge, Tipton, Co. WANTED TO BUY — Used traps of any kind. Contact Lee Purvis & Sons. Sharpgyille 963-2455 - : C-22 Real Estate For Sale Almost new. 3 bedroom modem ranch home with attached garage. Has wall to wall carpet, air conditioning, humidifier, drapes, garbage disposal and finished garage. Edge of Tipton. Price $18,000.00 JOE ROSS REALTOR Phone 675-6492 Services FRONTrEND ALIGNMENT — Smith Tire Service, 115 N. Indep. St. Phone 675-6165.. TF FRONT WHEEL ALIGNMENT WHEEL BALANCE . TUNE UP EBERT'S ARCO SERVICE* DIAL 675-7125 SINCLAIR IS ARCO SEPTIC TANK Cleaning. Ray^ i mond Tragesser; Call 5527162 or .675-2163. C-TF Blondie ® By Chic Young POPEYE ® By Bud Sagendorf ACCOUNTING - small business and individual tax service. Carolyn Coy. Phone 675-6960 '• C-24 THE proven carpet cleaner, Blue Lustre, is easy on the budget. Restore forgotten colors. Rent electric shampooer, $1. Carney's Drug Store C-19 PORTABLE WELDING — Water line thawing. Tony Hancock 947-3832. TF HOOVER TAX SERVICE — H & R Block graduate. Phone 675-2754. P-28 ski resorts no longer exclusive By MURRAY J. BROWN UPI Travel Editor It is not so long ago that a European ski vacation; was considered a luxury reserved for the so-called "beautiful people" who sail their yachts around the Greek isles and jet over, to Monte Carlo: and the Riviera for the weekend. For the American of aver-, age means places like St.jMo- ritz, Chamonix and Innsbruck were resorts they %yi only on . Saturday afternoon sports specials on television or in photographs in their daily, and-Sunday newspaper. • j Today, the. picture [ has changed dramatically. [ I ' Thanks to lower trans-At­ lantic air fares and an abundance of packaged ski tours, even "the neophyte weekend schusser can bone up on his ' style on the most aristocratic of Alpine slopes without'blow­ ing the family budget. | • The secret, of course,] is volume. Able to book I large groups into European ski .resorts, American tour operators receive favorable prices which they. can pass' along to their clients. . . ! ] So, believe it or. not, Ameri-•<• cans living along, the eastern . seaboard .can now enjoy two weeks on the Alpine trails of Austria, France, Germany and Italy for less, in some cases, than two weeks in the Rockies would cost. I I i And for the midwesterner and southerner reasonably close to trans-Atlantic gateway .cities like Chicago and Houston, European skiing is at least comparably priced to that in the Western and New England states. j - Almost all the international airlines 'flying between j 'the '. United States and Europe offer a variety of budget-priced, ski tours: ; ] For instance, Air* France will take a skier to Bavaria and the Tyrol for two weeks 38. Convince . 39.- Appraise 40. Seafarer 41. Augury DOWN 1. Price tag 2. Texas shrine 3. Jackie Gleason's phrase 4. Electrical unit 5. Reduced to pulp ' . 6. Was lazy 7. Papal •' name 10. Widely cul- .:' tivated pink (2wds.) 11. Squirrel' monkey 12. Messenger bojf's trip 16:Majni- ' , toba Indian 19. "Jane 22.Hel oic narra- -..- tive 23. Athens' oldj rival 24. CaHiso and . M<jCor- mack. e.g. . 25.H<*ad m Mm l>*tenlay*» Answer 27. Author, Norman 29. —.- Bow 30. Doughy mixture '31. Blanched 36. Merely 37. To and-*— ACROSS 1. Cowardly lion in "Wizard of Oz" 5. Wire • measurement 8. South- African plant 9." Fideles" 13. Wail 14. Less accelerated 15. German' .river 16. Ernesto Guevara 17. Poetical adverb IS. Reduced '20. Greek letter 21. Watched ... 22. British gun 23. Metric measure 25. Manhandled 26. Sneaky 27. "Gift of ' the " 28. Black : cuckoo 29. American tree ; , 32. Decay 33. Tell it like it isn't 34. Spanish article 35. Customary to a clan 37. Chips' partner DAILY CRYPTOQUOTE — Here's how to work it AXYDLBAAXR is L 6 X G F E t 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 forrnajtion of hints. Each day the.code letters arej A Cryptogram Quotation m m w the words are all different. R F D F W Y H B O P T J B IJRDO RBGDY RFD T X O FBO P Y . — BO TOGQTWY Yesterday's Crjptoquote: IF I KM FAITHFUL TO THE DUTffiS OF THE PRESENT. GOD WILL TAKE CARE OF THE FUTURE.—BEDELL <Q 1971 Kine Features Syndicate. Inc.) ATIZEDXTQBO • i I B X ZORT F Z Y for as low as S310 from New, York. He will spend seven . days in Ruhpolding, a picture postcard hamlet located in the heart of the upper Bavarian Alps not far from the • Austrian border, which long has been a favorite for German skiers and is now catching on with Americans... All varieties of slopes are available at Ruhpolding, starling with • runs from ' small 'ski-school heights' to spectacular trails which begin at the' upper reaches of the magnificient Rauschberg. I The second part of the 14- day package is spent at Kitz-'. buhel, a medieval Tyrolean village - complete with centuries- old walls, gabled houses and narrow cobblestoned streets- which also offers all the amenities of a modern ski resort. There are more than 100 miles of trails' around Kitzbuhei which fan out to form the so- called "Kitzbuhei Ski Cu-cus" a linked circuit., of ski slopes . in every category., Ski school : Also at Kitzbuhei is a large,' ski school, whose, instructors are known throughout Europe as the "Red Devils," skating and curling rinks, sleigh rides TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE'S (ABSTRACT) REPORT OF ; RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE CALENDAR YEAR 1970 Madison Tovoshlp Tipton County. Township... Dog ...... Totals I Balance ! Jan.1 • $1,695.88 I 15.90 1 $1,721.78 - Receipts $9,542.21 1.931.60 $11,473.81 - Disbursements 58,950.35 1.939.25 $10,889.60 Balance Dec. 31 $2,287.74 8.25 • $2,295.99 DETAILS OF RECEIPTS TOWNSHIP FUND i ] • ' f3 DOG FUND : - ;... Brick Bradford i • By Paul IMorris Taxes-June Taxes-December....".......... . . 'Cemeteries Fund Total Township Fund......... $5,027.50 . Dog Tax from Assessor..'...'.. (4,355.33 Dog Tax from Co. Trea„.i.. J 159.38 Surplus from County.......... $9,542.21 Total Dog Fund. j DISBURSEMENTS $ 259.00 308.38 1,364.22 $1,931.60 &ECOJPS UKTBZ TUB CGAerLAHPS. ^mwrm aiiil all kinds of aprt-s-ski attractions,*, including a casino hard rock', discotheques and, of enurse, traditional Tyrolean inns where the zither still sets th: lune. Along w| th the air fare, Airs France says the package pr ce for this two-week Europe m winter holiday includes at i :ommodations, breakfast, transfers to and from tin: air- pc rt, services of a ski guide, ard tips, taxes and service charges. In addition, package purchasers get reduced rates on cable cars, ski lifts and instructions. For another 555^ or of $365, the skier, can add another seven days- at the up- andrcoming Tyrolean resort of Schwaz. . I For those with fatter poc- „ T tbooks, there are packaged • t< urs to . such Olympic-class si i resorts as Chamonix in the t\ Ips and Davosacross the border in Switzerland. Chamonix sits at the base oi Mount Blanc j Europe's high- *eU pcal^ at 15,781 feet.- It boasts one of the.greatest trails • in all the Alps. Called the Vallee Blanche, it drops nearly 1,000 feet a mile over its dizzying 10-mile course. At ( hamonix, the.Aiguille du Midi cibleway soars a staggering 12,500, feet. From the top, tpe skier-can lake a connecting, le car across the Giant Gla- er to a point on the Italian side for an exciting downhill schuss to Courmayeur, all in the same afternoon. Davos has become a legend mong European skiers. Few ails in ' the world have the of. Parse nrt for snow fields or Pischa fjur all-around excellence. And if thev are not enough, Klos- 'ers and St. Morit'z are just over the hill. Iraus in ' U reputation splendid sn By John Prentice & Fred Dickenson TOWNSHIP FUND Tipton Telephone Co.......... Public Service.................. Midwest.......... j Indiana Volunteer Firemen. U A Post Offlce„ John Bean............,..........." Sbeperd Industries............ George's SuDply^..^.^^; Max Waftlns ... Phil Ley.. Ronnie "Weeks............. . Leon Stewart,.,........./. Phil Heron. Robert Heron................... George Kemper................ Kenneth Zlegler .„. Danny Strong....... William Zlegler... ..... •• James Gunning Frank Johns......... Walter Menchhofer George Meuchhofer........... Allen Dickover Mike McCorkle....:.........„. JeB Faulstick. „ Ned Kemper...,............,..:. Ray Noble. ..„ Noble Plough Wm. J. Lewis.... :. . . Jack Slagh Equipment........ Peg Henderson......,,....,..,.. . Kessler's Auto Parts DeLong's Parts Orerdorf Motors "... Clitford Varling................ Meridian Mutual............... .•Plough's "66",......,..^.„.„ Standard Oil........ I hereby cert'ty that the foregoing Is a true and correct statement of the receipts and disbursements oi the aoore named township; that • complete and detailed annua! report together with all accompanying Touchers showing the names of persons taring been paid money by the township has been filed as required by law in tie office ol th* county auditor, and that a copy of such annual report is In custody of the chairman of the township advisory board. Said report is subject to ln- spection by any taxpayer at the township. ;i i M - Hopsier Supply „. fc ... 27.25 j : Farmer's Oil _..„....„„..„ 189.53 $ 365.89 Farm Bureau . 9.60 ] 139.56 Ramsay Printing. • 3.67 j 331.03 ABC Grain. ............ '8.50 1 234.00 Union State Bank.. M .:.....;... 1.987.32 i 6.00 143.00 I 135.90 jGoble Printing...^. _._ . 24.02 19.80 'Tipton Tribune................. 53.15 i 23.70 Myron Henderson.™......... 1,392.40 25.00 Karen Henderson „.... M ...:.. 238.00 ! 25.00 Public Employees ReHre- 31.81 -! ment..™........»» » •.. 148J0 : " 25.00 ' Fire Chief Magaxlne,„...... 10.00 25.00 Bill Beeman.....„...... .... . • 196.00 92.42 Henderson' Sales ........ m .„. • 335.35 .25.00 Helser Ford..........„......... 306.10 , 25.00 : Federal Electronics........^; 31.90 2S.00 Chet Jarre 11 . ' 25.00 25.00 f Harry Burfcett.................. . 100.00 5.00 Total.. ......... „" $8,950.35 25.00 Total.. ......... „" 25.00 DOG FUND 25.00 25.00 1 Glendora Samuels™™..... •' $ 317.00 25.00 Rulen Hartley.................. 164.50 . 25.00 Carrie Hartley™............. 164.50 25.00 William K. Day.....™ 96.25 25.00 Merle Garrison..™....™.. 210.00 125.00 Glen Morgan.................... ' 120.00 100.00 Dessle Alley.™.™.™..... 93.00 •392.35 Lester Miller.......™.™... 143.00 90.00 Robert Heron '.30,00 26.12 George Hartley....,™.™... 196.00 13.62 Ralph Kauffman................ . ' 135.00 19.53 1 Robert Snyder™....™..... 60.00 (50.55 J. Ferrlll Wlttkamper. 160.00 345.00 Francis Pyle.....'...........".._ , . ' 19.00 118.63 Charles Ours'...™.......™. 31.00 J4.95 Total ™™....;..™..„.™„ $1,939.25 Published January 22, 1971 L-41 • Myron Henderson, .Trustee i : • 'i ti-1 t - \ LEAVING HOME IS NO LAUGHING MATTER... But the Welcome Wagon hostess can make it easier to. adjust to your new surroundings, and may-, be put a smile on your face! Mrs. Charles Saj cai 575-4492 Page NOTICE OF HEAflCiC . •ON THE CONTINUATIOI, MEETING FOR THE TURKEY CREEK OPEN DRAIN ' To Wham It May Concern; On Jafmary 21, .1311 trie Tiptoo • County ' Drainage Board held a continuation meeting oo toe plans and specifications for the dredging of Turkey Creek. Evidence was nearf on a nev proposal for a maintenance fund. The Board Issued, an order for the meeting to be continued February 18, 1971. The findings and order of the Board have " been filed and are available for inspection in the office of ttft County Engineer. Tipton County Drainage Board Donald F. Lord, Secretary January 22, 1971 L-51 . C-I3 NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION I D the Circuit Court of Tipton County, Indiana. Notice is hereby given that Oven L. Ratcliff «as on theitst day of January, 1971. appoint. ed: Administrator of the estate of Margaret M. Ratclilf, 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 Tipton, Indiana, this 21st day oi January, 1371. Paul K. Jones Clerk of the Circuit Court for Tipton County, Indiana E. R. Chance, Attorney - = L-52 . P-ia-25-31": NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE I, the undersigned Commissioner, by order of the Howard Circuit Court entered In Cause No.. 38867, dated the 7th day of August, I37Q, will sell at private auttion for not less than the?' full appraised value-the fol[Qwin&.described real estate, to-wit: The South Half of the Southwest Quarter of Section 35, Township 22 North, Range 4 East containing 80 acres, more or less, in Tipton County^ Indiana. Said sale-shall be held at the law office of _ Joe Heaton, Attorney, 120 West Washington Street, Tipton, Indiana, on the 13th day of February, 1371, commencing at the hour of 10:00 o'clock A.M. and continuing from day to day thereafter until sold. Said sale shall be Tor cash, Vfl of the purchase price to be paid at the time of sale ami the balance not less than 30 days after delivery of abstract of title or title insurance at seller's option showing marketable title, except for 1971 taxes due and payabie 1972 and easements of highway, utilitiesandditchesnow of record and subject tn conXirmatinn by the Judge of the Howard Circuit Court. Gregory L. Caldwell. Commiss.t>nt»r Joe Heaton, Attorney for Commissioner 120 W. Washington Street Tipton, Indiana 4fiOT2 L-45 C-13-25-31 NOTICE OF HEARING - ON THE MAINTENANCE FUNDS FOR THE ITLE SMITH TILE DRAIN . To Whom" It May Concern: On January 21, 1371 the Tipton County Drainage Board held a hearing on the construction funds for the Ulis Smith Tile Drain. Evidence was heard and an order issued by the Tipton County Drainage Board declaring the proposed construction funds be established. The findings and order of the Board have been filed and are available for inspection in the office of the County Engineer. Tipton County Drainage Board Donald F. Lord, Secretary January 22. 1371 NOTICE OF HEARING ON THE MAINTENANCE. FUNDS FOR THE JOHN F. WEST- McREYN'OLDS DRAIN To Whom It May Concern: On January 21, 1971 the Tipton County Drainage Board held a hearing on the maintenance report and schedule of assessment:; on the John F. West - McReynolds Dram. Evidence was heard and an order issued by the Tipton County Drainage Board declaring the proposed maintenance fund be established.. The findings and order of the Board have been filed and are available for inspection in • the office of the County Engineer. Tipton County Drainage Board Donald F. Lord, Secretary January 22, 1971 . NOTICE OF HEARING ON THE CONSTRUCTION FUNDS FOR THE COOPER-WHITE TILE DRAIN - To Whom It May Concern: On January 21, 1371 the Tipton County Drainage Board held a hearing on the construction funds for the Cooper-White Tile Drain. Evidence was heard and an order . Issued by the Tipton County Drainage Board declaring the proposed construction funds be established. The findings and order of the Board have been filed and are available for inspection in ; . the office of the County Engineer. Tipton County Drainage Board Donald F. Lord, Secretary January 22, 1371 .FARMERS LOAN at Your Friendly Bank FARMERS LOAN & TRjJST COMPANY 110 E. Jeff. SC. Tipton, Indiana

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