The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on February 4, 1971 · Page 7
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 7

Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, February 4, 1971
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1971 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE P:i£r; 7 CLASSIFIED RATES 1 insertion 2 insertions 3 insertions 4 insertions 5 insertions 6, insertions 5? per word 8f per word 10? per word 12? per word 14? per word 15? per word t - - [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 appear and report any error at jonce 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. Satur day, call before 9 a.m. CANCELLATION- Pre ceding 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 FOR; SALE — All mobile homes on lot going at cost or below cost.. Financing available. Yeary's '66, Junction 28 & 31. C-31 FOR SALE — Genie garage openers by Alliance from $139.95. George Morrisett 6752096. TF FOR 15ALE — Aluminum siding. Storm windows-doors. Kool- Vent Awnings. A. J. Bute, 675-2646. C-TE. USED CARS FOR SALE - 1961 Chev. Sedan, V8 engine, good tires. Also a set of good snow tires. $100. 675-7274 after 5 p.m. Weekend all day. C-34 FOR SALE — 1968 Ford Mustang, new tires and snow tires. $1500. 552-2385. -C-30 FOR RENT FOR RENT — 5 room modern house in country, references required. $80 per month. P.O. Box H,.care of Tipton Tribune. C-31 FOR RENT — A downstairs apartment and an upstairs apartment, both redecorated, unfurnished. Reasonable. 6752734. C-50 FOR RENT — Four room furnished upstairs apartment.. 409 Oak St TF FOR RENT -- Small, 3 room furnished apartment. 6754702. ; ' TF FOR RENT — Newly finished 3 room apartment. Carpeted. Stove, refrigerator, garbage disposal, utility room privileges, also air-conditioning. Write P.O. Box A, %Tipton Tribune. C-34 < FOR RENT — 2 room house trailer. 292-2551. P-33 FOR RENT — One half double, 6 rooms. 114 W. North. $85 per month. Call 675-2432 or 675-2325. C-33 FOR RENT — Five room house in Windfall, $20 a week, $40 damage deposit. 475-6870 after 3 p.m. C-34 FOR RENT — 4 room apartment completely furnished. Air conditioned, carpeted. Private entrance. Adults only. 675-6021. TF FOR RENT -- Upstairs 2 bedroom apartment with or without stove and refrigerator. Adults or one child. 334 1/2 N. Independence. 675-6639. TF CEILING TILE and Paneling installed. Ray Bown 552-3238 P-36 , FRONT-END Smith Tire Indep. St. Today's Almanac DAILY CROSSWORD MATHEWS BUILDING, INC. rKANKKORT, INU. R.R.! I'h. Area Cxle 317^258-2818 12 'yrs, c-x|perieii*eiri farm, industrial, riihimercial bldg. ALIGNMENT — Service, lis N. Phone 675--6165. . TF WASHER and DRYER Repair — 675-6123. C-39 PERSONAL SEPTIC TANK Cleaning. Ray-; mond fragesser. Call 552-' 7162 or 675-2163. C-TF L P. Gas Service took Would the person who wrong top coat from Six] Saturday night please return your coat at Six Acres, the Acres for C-29 WANTED SITUATION WANTED — USTA baton lessons. 552-7537. P-39 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE WANTED TO BUY Wanted to Buy Good Clean Used FURNITURE & APPLIANCES 1 piece of houseful •TOP DOLLAR •FAST PICKUP EARLYWINE'S 552-5315 SERVICES OR INSTALLATION No Equip. Charge (ft. fc. MtlM) Prompt Service TenBrook Sales,, INCORPORATED Hlfhwcr 2S Matt . Tipton, Indiana PORTABLE WELDING — Water line thawing. Tony Hancock 947-383^^^^^^^TF FRONT WHEEL ALIGNMENT LOST bright carpet colors. . . restore them with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer, $1. Carney's Drug Store. C-31 WHEEL BALANCE ; TUNE UP: EBERT'S ARCO SERVICE* DIAL 675-7125 SINCLAIR is ARCO J POPEYE By Bud Sagendorf •BUT YA JUST AlM'T <SOT. .THE "BLACTID HEAD F6R PIRACV.'.' Brick Bradford ® By Paul Norris 7H£ T7ME-TOP i-ANB&AT£>g.EASTLAMPSj &W1I=TANP WITHOUT I\ICIP£MT„. MlMUTES LATEti /N OZ-EASTLASIO'S LAS... Blondie ® By Chic Young RipKirby ® By John Prentice & Fred Dickenson "i i 'it. SREAT CAESAR'S GHOST.' I'VE GOT. IT/ THERE 60ES PESMOfJP. I THOUGHT IV SEE HIM HERE AGAIN Tomy... THE NECKIACE JN HIS POCKET, DESMOt/PHWWCS, Amy...'- 3 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 of Court House. block 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 trailer hook-up on lot! $6500. 2 story brick. An older well located, condition. with Price home in excellent Mill St. - 6 room modernwith full lot close to Catholic School. Double - N. Conde'St gain $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 mo dern. Has garage, new roof and new furnace. HOBBS - 6 room house of Christian Church. $6500. south Price 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. bedroom modern with family room, fireplace and attached 2 car garage. [ EKIN - 1 Acre with old house, Good spot for Mobile Home. Price $1,750.\ 134 Acres - 2 miles SE Hemlock on Tipton and Howard County Line. • 131 Acres - Improved.! erson Twp. 123 Acres - Improved. Cicero Twp. 100 Acres - All tillable, no bldgs. Liberty Twp. Jeff- 32 Acres - Nobldgs.eastedge OakfordonSt.Rd.26. 24 Acres - Improved, i West Arcadia. 7 Acres - Part tillable; some woods and creek. North Windfall. ! 6 Acres - Bare land. | Good building site. St. Rd. 19 North. I-•: .• . 4 Acres - Jackson Twp: Hamilton County. House, barn and on blacktop rd. | JOE ROSS Realtor 221 S. Main Street Phone 675-6492 By United Press International Today is Thursday, Feb. 4, the 35th day of 1971. '. The moon is betweenitsfirst quarter; and fuli phase. . The j morning stars are Mercury, Venus, Mars and Jupiter. • . . The evening star is Saturn. . Those born on this day. aire under the sign of Aquarius. On this day in history: In 1901 Maj. William Gorgas began a campaign by the U.S. Army to wipe out yellow fever in Cuba. • In 1938 Adolf Hitler seized control of the German Army and put Nazi officers in key posts. | \'; , ' ' In 1948 Ceylon became a free and self-governing dominion of Great Britain. In 1966 President Lyndon Johnson flew to Hawaii for a conference on the Vietnam War. f A thought for today: Mark Twain said, "Truth is the most valuable thing we have. Let us economize it." . 2. Command 3. Asian tree "j <2wds.) 4. Greek letter 5. Electrical | unit 6. Of the ' j bishop :\ of Rome •": 7. Shah's j country 8. Get mawk- I .ah: slang j (4 wds.) 9. Thrashing:, i informally 12. Oozes 16. Townsman 18iKirid of jet been kind By JAMES DAVIS MEXICO CITY (UPI) Dolores del Rio. The name still is magic to thousands of her fans, and the 64-year-old Mexican actress who introduced the two-piece bathing suit to the screen 37 years ago plans to keep it that way. • "As long as I can draw an audience I think I will go on workings" she said in a .back-' stage interview. "I love my work and I am very dedicated." • She currently is starring on the Mexico. City stage in "The Lady of the Camelias," by Alexandre Dumas. She begins her 51st movie ^ in February. Both the movie and play are produced by her husband, Lew ' Riley.,; : Miss del Rio called the increased realism - in American films very healthy r but said the emphasis on sex was just a fad. , j The people alone will discard it. Let the people have the last word, not a censor. They .will get bored-with it," she said, j; •' j" 'Easy Rider' was my favorite recent film. I adored the "movie dhd saw it three times," she said.: The black-haired beauty was' less optimistic about Mexican films.' . i "We have not ,been making better movies here," she said. 'It! is-very difficult to make good movies in; Mexico right now. '. . "We need to bring people here from all over .the world. Like in \ the mid-1920s, when I arrived 1 in Hollywood, they were bringing wonderfully talented people from ' all over. v Loves theater In any case, she said, "I am more involved and more in love with the theater than with 21.Frau- (cin's "one" 22. Humdinger 23. Part of the auricle (2 - wds. | 24. Gain 25. Goddess of. the moon 26. Average 28. Mistake 30. Depend upon ' 31. Finished 33. Wither 36. Snake 37. Miss Farrow ACROSS . 1. Energy 6. British aborigine 10. Mountain ridge 11. French city 13. Perfect 14. "Home. Sweet Home" writer 15. Fiber knot 16. Tooth 17.Thr^e (comb, form) 18. Le Sage's "—-L-BIas" ' 19. Tuck's partner , 20. Tidy.. 22. Opera's Lilyj— 23. Auspices ' 24. Plane part 25. Daybreak 26. Boatswain's . .whistle 27. Sdnjof Bela 28. Prohibition 29. Haggard novel . 32. In favor of (2 wds.) 34. Storage box 35. Actor Lloyd . 36. Set right 38. Dwelling 39. Persistent attack'- 40. Pitcher 41. Trimmed DOWN 1. Makeup DAILY CRYPTOQUOTE— Here's how to work it: AX VDLBAAXK Is LONGFELLOW One | letter simply stands for another. In this sample A is used for the three Us, 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. 21 wk M JIW TILMJT JT DXW.PSRR DPT MF| JLiOB BRHFO SWJFFBJWK ViX- XHB S O PD TMJI. — Y W P T A H M T V. !': I • - ':'••••••. • -PKPDP ..- . : Yestirdity's Cryptoquote: THE DOUBTER'S DISSATISFAC- TIONJmH HIS DOUBT IS AS GREAT AND WIDESPREAD AS THE DOUBT ITS ELF.-^DEWITr (O 1971 Kins Features Syndicate. Inc.) the i L and theater movies Mexico is| coming up." , • Miss djel Rio created a sensa- . tipn when she bared her midriff ' in a two-piece bathing suit in the 1933 film classic "Flying Down j to) Rio". •-. In 1933 Miss del Rio was already She was:a young '•• and beautiful Mexico. City' socialite until Hollywood director Edwin Carawe discovered her on a City.- I 1925 visit to Mexico *~ He'urged her to take ii scre<-n test in Hollywo(Jd" and she became a silent -film screen star for [United Artists. She quickly learned English and WATCH for turning cars moved into "talkies" iti I').'!(). Miss del Itio rt-H -s!alili>lied perinaneiit residence in Mexico Cfty in 1942. She lias relumed frri |iicnllv to the Uniled Stales to appear in movies and on television. % ^ • . • INDIANA ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE COMMISSION INDIANAPOLIS LEGAL NOTICE OF PUBLIC. HEARING Notlc* Is bere'bjr given tbat the Local Alcobollc Banr age Board of Tiptcu County, lDdiaDa .irUl at 1 pjn. on to* 22nd day of February, 1971 at ' tbe Commissioner's Room, Court House In the City (or town) ot Tipton, Indiana In said County, begin Investigation of tbe application ...of toe following named persons ..., requesting tbe Issue of tbe applicant...., at tbe location ... hereinafter set out of me Alcobollc Beverage Permit . , . of tbe class • ..hereinafter designated and will, at said time and place, receive Information concerning tbe fitness of said applicant.. .., and tbe propriety of issuing tbe permit • ..applied for to such applicant ... at tbe premises named: Loyal Order, of Moose »1590 by Robert E. Leach. Sec, (Club) Beer, Liquor, A Wine retailer; Main £ Madison Sts., Tipton, Tnrfiawa Said'Investigation will be open to tbe public, - and public partlclDation is requested.' INDIANA ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE COMMISSION By MAX H. BRATTEN Encuthe Secretary JOHN R. SMOCK Chairman Public Auction - February 5,1971 Select any New or Used Item for Auction-Unbelievable Savings - YOU CAN'T BUY FOR LESS - diving room suites, end tables, lamps, bed room suites, box springs & mattresses - full-twin or queen site, wardrobes, kitchen cabinets, deh, family room sofas, solid maple dinettes, hutches, refrigerators, ranges, bunk beds, trundle beds, odd chests, hide-a-beds, color-TV, stereos, hundreds of Items not listed. Famous name brands - buy at your price. Repossessed - Bankrupt - Consignments, new & used furniture, appliances A household goods. 1 Don't miss this Big Sale - Plenty of seats. Open dally 9 to 7 for Retail Sales. ' 7 ' EARLY WINE 'S and AUCTION 1st t Main St. Elwood FURNITURE Not Reponsible for Accidents \y 552-5315 J. T .i Earlywine, Auctioneer OPEN DAILY 9 to 7 for RETAIL SALES AUCTIONEERS APPRAISERS LIQUIDATORS A

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