The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on February 2, 1971 · Page 5
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Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, February 2, 1971
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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1971 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED RATES insertion insertions insertions. insertions insertions insertions 5? per 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 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 ap- if pear 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 ^75-2115 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 SALE — Genie garage openers by Alliance from $139.95. George Morrisett 6752096.. . TF FOR SALE — Awminum'siding. . Storm windows-doors. Kool-' Vent Awnings. A. J. Butz, 675-26-16. • C-TF, . FOR RENT FOR RENT 5 room modern house in country, references required. $80 per month. P.O. Box H, care of TiptonTribune. C-31 Male Help Wanted FOR RENT — A downstairs apartment and an upstairs apartment, both redecorated, unfurnished. Reasonable. 6752734. C-50 TEXAS OIL COMPANY needs good man over 40 for short trips surrounding Tipton. Contact customers. We train. Air mail B.I. Dickerson, Pres., Southwestern Petroleum Corp., Ft. Worth, Tex. C-27 SERVICES LOST bright carpet colors. . . restore them with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer, $1, Carney's Drug Store. C-31 FRONT-END ALIGNMENT ~ Smith Tire Service, 115 N. Indep. St, Phone 675-6165. • TF CEILING TILE and Paneling installed. Ray Bown 552-3238 . P-36 HOOVER TAX SERVICE — H & R Block graduate. Phone 675-2754. P-28 SEPTIC TANK Cleaning. Ray. morid Tragesser. Call 5527162 or 675-2163. C-TF Personal FOR SALE FOR SALE ~ Brown registered female Pekingese, 18 months old. Gentle with children and house broken. 675-2886. Call -after 6:30. C-27 FOR RENT ~ Four room furn-. ished upstairs apartment. 409 Oak St TF FOR RENT — Small 3 room furnished apartment. 6754702. TF FOR RENT — 3 bedroom house in Windfall. 595-2525. C-27 FOil RENT — Four rooms and bath. Close in. Gas heat. Call ,675-4478. P-28 WANTED TO BUY • WANTED TO BUY 4 WE NEED USED FURNITURE Top Dollar— Fast Pick-up 552-5315 EARLYWIHE'S E. Edge, Tipton. Co. . DRIVE WITH CARE FRONT WHEEL ALIGNMENT WHEEL BALANCE . TUNE UP' EBERT'S ARCO SERVICE BIAL 675-7125 SINCLAIR IS ARCO PORTABLE WELDING — Water line thawing. Tony Hancock 947-3832. TF Auction Service WE TAKE... • Xeiulgrimcnts for Auctlan. • .Sptcial Salt*. •• Antique Salts. • ^Liquidations. ' Plenty of Scats. Nlca Warm Building. — APPRAISALS — EARLYWINE'S 1st A Main 552-5315 Would the person who took the wrong top coat from Six Acres Saturday night please return for your coat at Six Acres. C-29 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 husband and father, Mr. Edwin Hannah. We especially wish to thank Rev. Lawrence Sweet, for his comforting message, Mrs. Carl Aldridge for the beautiful music, all who acted as casket and flower, bearers, the Ladies of the Church for the dinner, and the Leathermau-Morris Funeral Home for their kind and helpful services. Mrs. Esther M. Hannah , Mr. and Mrs. Max Todd . Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hannah Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hannah r Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hannah Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hannah NOW YOU KNOW By United Press International The Uth and 12th pairs of ribs in humans are commonly called the floating ribs because they are the only pairs which do not complete their curve to the breastbone but end up in the mid-chest cavity. POPEYE ® By Bud Sagendorf AVAST.' DI?AW YER WEARS Nj AW DEFEND Y6R- SELF' Brick Bradford By Paul Norris MB.igZANE, TELEMETKy ) THANKS, ARNAL.PO! 1 INPICATE* THAT THE /HE5 Tr£ ONE WHO TIME-TOP 19 ENEOOTE \ CAM »Wk«E THE RNAU TjO EAJ2TH! PR.EASTLAMP SHOULD Be HEBE IN A. MATTER OP MIIMUTE5 Blondie ® By Chic Young Rip Kirby By John Prentice & Fred Dickenson REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Bedroom modern Ranch home with ^attached 2 car garage. South of Tipton. 3 Bedroom modern with extra lot and extra building. Close to High School. : 3 Bedroom modern with garage, partly brick. Close to Lincoln School. 7 room modern within 1 block of Court House. New 2 bedroom, immediate possession. Price $11,000. North part of Tipton. All modern ranch with family room, attached garage, downtown Tipton - walking distance. Mill St. - 5 room home with trailer hook-up on lot Price $6500. 2 story brick. An older home well located, in excellent condition. Mill St. - 6 room modern with full lot close to Catholic School. Double - N. Conde St. Bargain $8500. ' 3 Apt. house on N. Main St. Close to Jr. High School. KEMPTON - 1 Acre with 8 room modern home and attached 1 1/2 car garage. WINDFALL - 3 bedroom modern. Has garage, newroof and new furnace. HOBBS - 6 room bouse south : of Christian Church. Price $6500. . ATLANTA - 6 room modern . on John St. Price $10,000. ATLANTA - 1 Acre with 4 bedroom home in good condition. Price $11,500. ARCADIA * 3 bedroom brick on corner lot with family room and attached garage. Priced to. sell. CICERO - Brinton St. - 3 bedroom modern with family room, fireplace and attached 2 car garage. EKIN - 1 Acre with old house. Good spot for MpbileHome. Price $1,750. 134 Acres - 2 miles SE Hem lock on Tipton and Howard County Line. 131 Acres - Improved. Jefferson Twp. 123 Acres - Improved. Cicero Twp. 100 Acres - All tillable, no bldgs. Liberty Twp. 32 Acres - No bldgs. east edge Oakford on St. Rd. 26. 24 Acres - Improved. West . Arcadia. 7 Acres - Part tillable, some woods and creek. North Windfall. 6 Acres - Bare land. Good building site. St. Rd. 19 North. 4 Acres - Jackson Twp. Hamilton County. House, barn and on blacktop rd. JOE ROSS Realtor 221 S. Main Street Phone 675-6492 For Sale: . Beautiful 3 bedroom, hot water beat, carpeting and hardwood floors, all built- in cabinets, panelled family room, attached garage, close to Lincoln. School. $21,900. Trades invited. ; ' ' • i- . I .' • • : Lewis Harper, REAL ESTATE telephone 675-7444 WINDER, Ga. -Vice President Spiro T. Agnew, in a eulogy of the late-Sen. Richard B. Russell: . "No man I've met in my lifetime had more influence than Richard B. Russell." REQUEST APPROVED STATION, Del. (UPI)-The Delaware' Racing Commission approved Monday Delaware Park's request for a record 65- day meeting this season, featuring Sunday racing and a split meeting. V College Results Coliege Baskecoal Results . By United Press International CW Post 89 Pratt 69 Indiana 113 No. 111. 112 Kentucky 114 Auburn 76 Temple 54 Drexel 53 Missouri 63 Okia. St. 55 Vanderbiit 65 Tenn. 60 Alabama 101 Miss. 91 AB. Chris: 86 Air Force 76 Sou. Aia. 91 Tampa 71 Moreheadi76 Miami Fla. 75; Kansas 79 Kansas St. 74 Furman 77 Clemson 61 Duke 82 South Car. 71 Tulsa 75 St. Louis U. 70 LSU 90 Miss. St. 71 N.M. St. 75 HrdnSmmns 57 Ky. St. 93 Tenn. Wsiyn 7: Loyoia (N^E;) 107 Ok. City ot . . - ; . j"-..' . . ; •• Utah St. 98 Montana St. 68 Okla 79 Nebraska 67 NOTICE FOR! OF NEGOTIATIONS SCHOOL BUS ROUTES ' Notice is' jtnrety given that the Tipton 'Community School Corporation will receive sealed bids ob school bos 1 through no. £5, inclusive, on the 3rd day of February,'"1971; 8:30 p.m. Specifications for each of the twenty-five (25 school bus routes of Tipton Community School Corporation and all other' information relative thereto are on file in the. office of the Superintendent, 123 East Jefferson Street, Tipton, Indiana, ' The contract shall be awarded to the lowest responsible bidders who bid In the amount satisfactory to the Board of Education, PROVTD-- ED: • * • .< • ! ' 1. That the bidder canmeetphysicalreqotre- • ments as prescribed as evidenced byacertifi- - cate signed by a person who holds an unlimited license to practice medicine In the state of Indiana. i j 2. That such physical examination has been . taken by the bidder not more than 30 days prior to. the negotiation of the contract) : 3. That such applicant has been issued a valid public passenger chauffeurs license issued by the Bureau of Motor Vehicles... - • Tin governing body Is WboriiedTto reject' i . any or all bids, and If no bid is received for a specified route, the governing body may read- vertlse for bids, or negptlateacontactfbrsuch school bus route without further advertising. BOARD OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES TIPTON COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION . j • ' ' Gene Doversberger, President Ray J. Lewis, Secretary ; L-44 C-18-24 , . NOTICE UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S FORECLOSURE SALE - In the District Court of the United States for the Southern District of" Indiana, mdianapoils Division - United States of America, acting for and on behalf of Small Business Administration, piainHtf^ TS. Herman' Levi, et al, defendants. Cans* No. IP63C 564. Public notice Is hereby given that pursuant to a decree of foreclosure and order of sale entered by the United States District Court in the above entitled cause on February 12,1365, and re-affirmed bysaid District Court on October 13, 1970, L Charles D. Loos, United States . Marshal for the Southern.District of Indiana, in cooperation with Small Business Admlhi- strati on, an Agency of the United States of America, will on the 10th day of March, 1971 ' at the boor of :10:O0 o'clock in the forenoon, Eastern Standard Time, at the Tipton County Court House, Tipton, Indiana, sell at puglic auction to the highest and best bidder tor cash, j all and singular the following real property in i the said decree mentioned, or so much thereof - as shall be sufficient to satisfy said decree. The real estate to-be offered for sale is located la the City of Tiptoe, Tipton County, hi- diana, and Is j legally described as follows:. Tract No. I: "Lot 2 and a part of Lot 1 in Block 5 of John P. Kemp's 2nd Addition to the City of Tipton, Indiana, more particularly described as follows: Beginning 15 feet south of the northeast corner of Lot i on the west line of- Conde Street and 110 feet south of the center line of the NYC A St. URJt. and runulng south 113.4 feet to an Iron pipe on the north line of Lot 3, thence west 142 feet to an iron pipe on the -east side of an alley, thence'run­ ning north 117.6 feet to an Iron pipe which Is 9.6 feet south of the northwest corner or said Lot 1, thence following a curve, whose radius Is 415 feet, southeasterly 68 feet to a point 15 feet south of the north Una of said Lot 1. thence east parallel with the south line of Erie Street 73 feet to the place of beginning. Tract No. 3: Lot 10, and part of Lot 11 and a part of Lot 12 la Block S of John P. Kemp's 2nd Addition to the City of Tipton, Indiana, more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the northwest corner ot Lot 12 on the east line of Green Street and 110 feet south of the center line of the NYC 4 St. UR JR. and running thence south on the east Une of Green Street 192.5 feet to an Iron pipe on the . north side of; an alley, thence running east 139.5 feet to an iron pip* on the wast line of an alley, thence running north along the west line of aa alley 111.6 feet to an Iron pipe, thence turning a deflertlnn angle, to the left of 19 degree* 40 minutes and running wast ' il.5 feet, thence running north parallel with Green Street 12 feet to aa troa pipe, thence - running west aa the south Une of Erie Street (56.6) fifty-six point all feet to the place ot beginning. J'.. . ^ . . j ' Tract No. 4: Lot » in Block 6 of John P. Kemp's tad Addition to the City of Tipton, to* dlana. more partlcalarly described aa follows: Lot (9) nine I* the third lot north of Dearborn Street on the south aid* of an alley. Ks proportional width la (65.9) lixty-flve point nine . feet north and south and (140) one-hundred forty —feet eastern) west on Its north line, together with ill thebuUdinga, Improvements, " apDurteuaricel, eddltttxis, substitutiQoa and replacements theraunder attached or belonging. . All of the above property wtU be offered In groups and parcels and piecemeal. For additional information with regard to the real estate described herein to be sold, please contact the office of Small fawlnew ' Administration, 36 South Pennsylvania Street, mdlanapolis, Indiana, or the office of the Unit-. *d Stats* Attorney, ft*w.«.fwn«^ n*n.». . DATED at Indianapolis, kalian*, this 21st day of January, 1971. " j CHARLES D. LOOS United Stataa.Uarshal -. j Federal Building •! . L-53 C-20 Page 5 "SHEPARD'S KICKSHAW"—Astronaut Alan B. Jshepard, Jr., takes part in lunar surface simulation training wearing: an extravehicular mobility unit, the backpack providing oxygen and during; Moon walks. He is standing by the modularized equipment trahsporter (MET), dubbed "Shepard's rick- by the;astronauts. 03 SEISMIC EXPERIMENT;— Apo"o 14 astronauts! Edgar D. Mitchell, lunar module pilot (left), and Alan B. Shepard, commander, practice using a; seismic experiment to set off small explosions on the Moon. Data radioed to Earth will give scientists information on the structure of the Moon. CHECK INC THE M IKK OK — Commander of thej Apollo It mission Alan It. Shepard, Jr., chejeks-the laser ranging retro-reflector o (LK3) experiment. The set of mirrors will reflect beams of light from Earth back to their origin and enable scientists to make precise Earth- Moon measurements. NLXON-BRAJjDT TO MEET? WASHINGTON (U-PI) — President Nixon^ s expected to meet with West- jerman Chancellor Willy Bran It soraetirne . this year, but no date has been set, according. t> vNixon's; natioral security. at ft ir s adviser, Henry A. Kissinger. Kissinger told newsmen Thursday it would be "conceivable" ' Nix m and the West German leaner would - meet at some point lo discuss progress in the Bom talks with the SovietUnion. ' LIVESTOCK (.UP I) - INDIANAPJDLLS livestock: r Hogs 3,400 - barrows and gilts 50-1.00 highir 1 and 2, 200-250 lb 19.50-19/5; few 20.00; 1 to 3, 190-210 lb l£:00rl'9.'75 210-260 lb 19.0f>19.75; 2 to 4, 250-280 lb 18.50-19.00; 3 and 4, 280-320 lb 17.25-18.50"; sows 50-75 higher 1 to 3, 330-600 lb 14.25-15.25; boars stead] at 10.50-11.00. Cattle 1,5(0; calves 10 steers and heifers 50-75instancesl.OO higher; cow > mostly 50 higher; bul s strong to 50 higher high choice and >rime steers 31.50- seeded No 32.00; • choicje 3000-31.50; good Australia and choice 29.00-30.25; good 27.50-29.00; standard and low good 25.50j27.50; high choice and prime jieifers 29.50-30.00; choice 28.50-29.50; 'good and choice 27.00-28.50 good 26.0027.00; stanijlard and low good utility and commer- 18.00-20.50; high dressing utility 26.50-27.00; few choice vealers 38.00-40.00. ; steady choice and prime woolen lambs 24.00-24.50; e«es 1.00 biigher at 6.00-7.00. . ARMBANDS IN SCHOOL OK NEW ORLEANS (UPI)- The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Thursday students may wear black armbands to school. "After all, over 44,000Ameri­ cans have died in Vietnam, and all of us must mourn them," the court said. The ruling overturned an earlier decision by a federal court in Dallas which prohibited ' the armbands in that city's, school. LOS ANGELES —Dr. Albert Sabin, developer of the oral poiio vaccine, commenting on President Nixon's plan to spend $100 miilion to find a cancer cure: "Money is raw material. Unless you get good people to use it, it will not achieve its goal." Laver Seeded No. 7 PHILADELPHIA (UPI) — Rod Laver, the defending champion from Australia, was seeded first in a field of 32 Monday for the $62,500 Philadelphia International indoor tennis tournament Feb. 9-14 at the Spectrum. Ken Rosewali, Australia, was 2; John Newcombe, 3; Tony Roche,, Australia, 4; Arthur Ashe, UjS., 5; Roy Emerson, Australia, 6; Tom Okker, Holland, 7; Andre's Gimeno, Spain, 8; Roger Taylor, Great Britain, 9; Dennis Ralston, U.S., 10; Nikki Pilic, Yugoslavia, 11, and Fred Stolle, Australia; 12. Mrs. BUUe Jean King of the U.S. was seeded first among the women; Rosemary Casals, U.S., 2; Ann Jones, Great Britain, 3, and Francoise Durr, France, 4.

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