The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on February 6, 1971 · Page 5
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Tipton, Indiana
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Saturday, February 6, 1971
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, .197.1 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE FOR SALE FOR SALE — 4 piece sectional. Good condition. 675-2782. " C-35 FOR SALE — Genie garage openers by Alliance from $139.95. George Morrisett 6752096. TF FOR SALE — All mobile homes on lot. going at cost or below . cost. Financing available. Yeary's «66, Junction 28 & 31. C-31 FOR RENT -r Four room furnished upstairs apartment. 409 Oak St. SITUATION WANTED — USTA baton lessons. 552-7537. P-39 TF WASHER and DRYER Repair 675-6123. • -° C-39 CLASSIFIED RATES insertion insertions insertions insertions insertions insertions 5? per word 8? per word lOf 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 appear and report any error at once as no allowance can be made, except for the first incorrect insertion. BLACKFACE 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. Saturr 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 — Aluminum siding. Storm windows-doors.- Kool- Vent Awnings. A. J. Butz 675-2646. C-TF, •FOR SALE -- Extra nice refrigerator with freezer. Call after 3. 675-2844. C-32 FOR RENT ;3 room apartment. Carpeted. Stove, refrigerator, garbage disposal, utility room privileges, also air-conditioning. Newly finished WANTED TO BUft Write P.O. Box A, Tribune. %Tipton C-34 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 RENT — Five room house in Windfall, $20 a week, $40 damage depositl 475-£870 after 3 p.m. I C-34 FOR RENT " completely furnished, conditioned, carpeted. 4 room apartment • • * Air Private entrance. 675-6021. Adults only. TF FOR SALE — 1961 Ford Galaxie $100. 675-2633. C-33 FOR SALE or TRADE — 1971 Jeep. Lot of extras. Johnny York, P.O. Box 282, Atlanta. P-36 FOR SALE — 1970 Maverick straight shift. 16,000 miles. Very economical car. List price $2400, asking $1795.452r 9997. C-35 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 — Upstairs 2 bedroom apartment with or without stove and! refrigerator. Adults or one Ichild. 334 1/2 N. Independence. 675-6639. ' .j "J .' ' .TF ' FOR RENT— Unfurnished four jrooms, bath. 1 675-4478. P-35 FOR RENT — 2 bedroom house P-33 Wanted to Buy Good Clean Used FURNITURE & APPLIANCES 1 piece of houseful * TOP DOLLAR •FAST PICKUP EARLYWINE'S 552-5315 SERVICES 1 FRONT WHEEL' ALIGNMENT WHEEL BALANCE TUNE UP; EBERT'S A*CO SERVICE filAL 675-7125 SINCLAIR IS ARCQ bailer. 292-S551. PETS V - For good homeincouh- Police dog, age children. 675- P -34 FREE try, German three. Used to . 6903. WANTED LOST bright carpet colors. restore them with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer, $f.; Carney's Drug Store. C-Sil 0 Auction Service • WE TAKE... * Consignments for Auction. /; * .Special Sales. r^- * Antique Sales. * •Liquidations. ' Plenty of Seats. Nice Warm Building. '<-'• — APPRAISALS — EARLYWINE'S r< 1st A Maim 552-5315 " - ' . .i CEILING TILE and Paneling in stalled. Ray Bown 552-3238 P-36 [Paul Harvey said you ; can't buy the product K at the store. Then ; call 675-4074. C-31 >,' NOTICE OF HEARING » . "ON THE MAINTENANCE FUNDS ON THE L. D. HINKLE TILE DRAIN To Wbom It Ma; Concern: : The maintenance report of the County Engi-j Deer and schedule of assessments made by the Drainage Board tor the L. D.HtnkleTUe Drain have been filed and are available tn the office of the Count; Engineer. • A hearing will be held before the Tlptoq Count; Drainage Board on the schedule assessments op February 18, 1971 it 11:00 a.m. In the Commissioner's Room of the Tipton Count; Courthouse. Tipton County Drainage Board Donald F. Lord, Secretary February 5,1911 . L-76 C-31 NOTICE OF HEARING ON THE MAINTENANCE FUNDS FOR THE A. B. PLOUGHE TILE DRAIN FOR RENT — A downstairs apartment and an upstairs apartment, both redecorated, unfurnished. Reasonable. 6752734. C-50 FOR RENT — One half double, 6 rooms. 114 W. North. $85 per month. Call 675-2432 or 675-2325.. .'.'-' C-33 DRIVERS NEEDED — We train 'you to be a semi driver, local 1 j and city training now available. Earn over $4.50 an hour after short training; For Interview and application, call 317-6365435 or write PORTABLE WELDING - Water line thawing. Tony Hancock 947-3832. TF SEPTIC TANK Cleaning. Ray* 7 morid tragesser. Call 5527162 or 675-2163. C-TF: Sheridan Truck * v To Whom It Ma; Concern: The maintenance report of the County Engineer and schedule of assessments made by the Drainage Board for the A. B. Ploughe Tile v * Drain have been filed and are available In the office of the County-Engineer. { - A" hearing will be held before the Tipton . Count; Drainage Board on the schedule, of assessments on February 18, 1971 at 10:00 a.m. in the Commissioner's Room of the Tipton Count; Courthouse. : j' Lines, %Truck Line Driver- Training, 1310IS. West Street, IndianapoUs, Indiana 46225 C-17 & 18, 22 & 23 FRONT-END Smith Tire Indep. St. ALIGNMENT ,-r- Service, 115 N. Phone 675-61651- TF Tipton County Drainage Board Donald F. Lord, sSecretary February 5,19711 Brick Bradford By Paul Norris THAT'S A GOOD IDEA 1 . iT-WILU MOVE PEOPI-e FASTER,.., OH, VEAH. IT'S CLEAN i XX WON'T FOUL UP THE: ATAAOSPHBP£ l . ECOLOS1ST5 •SHC'UL.P LOVE >Ti NOTICE OF HEARING ON THE MAINTENANCE FUNDS FOR-THE W. D. DUNCAN • . TILE DRAIN '! ToWoom ; It May Concern: '• The. maintenance-report of the County Engineer and schedule of assessments made by the Drainage Board for the W. D. Duncan Tile Drain have been Hied and are available In the ; . office of the Count; Engineer. '"'... A. bearing will be held before the Tipton Count; Drainage Board on the schedule of assessments on February 18, 1971. at 9:00 a.m. In the Commissioner's Room of Tipton Count; Courthouse. Tipton Count; Drainage Board Donald F. Lord, Secretary February 5,1971 the •31, Blondie ® By Chic Young WELL, IF I 'M NOT PAGWOOD BUMSTEAD, WHO AM I POPEYE By Bud Sagendorf NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL .ESTATE I, the andersigned Commissioner, by order • of the Howard Circuit Court entered In Cause . No. 38867, dated the 7th day of August, J970 will sell at private auction for not less than the full appraised value the following described real estate, torwit: 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 beld at the law offl * of '.Joe Heaton, Attorney, 120 West Washington. Street, Tipton, Indiana, on the 13th day of February, 1971, commencing at the hour of 10:00 o'clock A.M. and continuing from, day. . . to day thereafter until sold. Said sale shall be for cash, 10% of the pur-. chase price to be paid at the time of sale and the-balance not less than 30 days after delivery of abstract of title or title insurance at sellor's option showing marketable title, except for 1971 taxes due and payable 1972 and easements of highway, uUlltiesanddltchesnow . of record and subject to confirmation by the . Judge of the Howard Circuit Court. j Gregory L, Caldwell, Commissioner /Joe Heaton, Attorney for Commissioner I 120 W. Washington Street • Tipton, Indiana 46072 L-45 C-19-25-31 Page 5 Ask IRS i' This column of questions mid janswers on 'federal itax-matters is provided by the local joffice of the U.S. Internal Kcvcnue Service and is published as a public taxpayers. The column answers questions most frequently asked by taxpayers. Q) To 'nave yuti compute my lax, slio;itil f just -bring my return ..into an IKS bfiice? A) No, the computation is done at the IKS; service center for your area when you file:your return. The -IRS'will figure your tax if your income is 520,000 or less.alui consists only of wages or salaries, and tip;, dividends,- interest, pensions, and annuities and you choose the 'standard deduction instead of il'emiziii<r. deductions. . The IKS will 'figure both the -retirement' income- credit and your tax for you if you meet the income and deduction requirements. Just follow, the inst-ructions nt the top of Schedule 11.. He sure to attach the necessary schedules and V/-2's and sijrn your'return. Further details on this can he. "found on I'afcv 2 of the 30JQ instructions. receive^ wjiilc I was jout sick. Is th:..t ririit? A) You may not "be taxed on all 'or j part of your pay received for periods Jof sickness .pijOvjdcd certain • coudi- tions are met. Details^ on how to tlaini this benefit are given be provisions paid yon cent|of you must Villi C.-.1 income, riod, 'veni If or less a 7-dny wal'd: $75 a wee. nuiy; cxclj week, ito- may Q) I terest Q) Sly son niade over $1,000 last Docs that mean I'll lose his cxciiiiition? A) The amount . of your son's earnings will riot chaiige his dependency status if he was cither a full-time student during five months of the year- or under JP nt year's end. The 'support and other dependency tests must still he met, how* ever. Q) Since } net manic:! until last fat!, I was siiij;*0 most tf (he year. Can 1 lite a joint return? A) Yer., your marital'status for tax puri'OS.-s is det n rii)ined by; what it was on the Irsl day of < your tax year. Por -example, someone m.^rned .on 'the j can last day of the | year.'is'con-| heir : sidered marrk-d for th.e entire year. . j on '"Form J2-l!0 which obtained fjioni .any' Iqcal IRS oflice. To siimjnarke the sick pay if your company more, than j 75 pc-r- yo^ir regular pay then jWait 30 days before. Vuu can exclude any pay from ! After the wailing .pe- mav -exclude up to elk.'. ' [,. you [received "7Dj percent your pay | theVi- is waitine; period. After- yo'Jt may exclude up to c. After 30 'days you •.do up to I $100 n vover, if you were hospit :t |tz(jd there is po 7-day waiting period. had al::iut $15 year fro:a in in- several seviii.^si acvoinits. 1»» i .have to list hoy much I Rot from each of thea-? A). In cases. i\ herd interest ineonto; isj .S100 or less, just enter the total amount of your interest ii come on the front of your >'orm" 1010.. When interest incorni! ir- over SlpD-it has to he iifi ized by amount and pr.vor and entered on Schedule K. Q) My lax situation looks so cnr.U'licatfd this year -Jhat I want to j;el some paid 'priifrs- "licjp this year: Where reliable person' to I eel mo? Q) I've been told I have to pay tax on the don't pay I A) -Cal incv:lTaU to supply of ciunlUiij Today's Almanac By United Press International Today is Saturday; Feb. 6, the 37th day of 197U The peon is between its first quarter and full phase. The, . morning, stars are Mercury, ;•• Venus, - Mars and Jupiter, j llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll STOCK MARKET REPORT iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii By United Press International- Stocks higher in active trading, j. "- -. . •' ', Bonds mostly higher. U.S. government bonds slightly higher in quiet trading. .American stocks higher in active trading, r Cotton futures mixed. Chicago grain futures slightly higher. • - _ CatUe 25-75 lower, top 35.00; no sheep. i . 'I. [:! •-."•:• - • . • '• CHICAGO (UPI) - Wheat, corn, oats and; soybeans were fractionally higher at midmorning today on 'the Board of Trade. Prices |at 10:35 a.m.: * Wheat Mar 1.70% up 1V 8 ; May 1.67% up %; Jly 1.60% up %. • '. :i- s Corn Mar 1.54%' up %; May 1 .57% up^/g; Jly 1 .58% up %. Oats Mar .77% up-%; May .78% up %; Jly .75 up %. Soybeans Mar 3.07% up %; May 3 .107a up %; Jiy 3.13% up your local accotint- .or tax pi-actiii».»ner associa'tiop. They will In;. aide you.with the names il people. Avoid any person who "guarantees" you a refund or who suggests that the refund be sent to his addn-ss. Also, you should never sign a blank return or one that has been prepared in pencil..Remember, you are legally responsible for every item on your return even though. someone else helped you prepare it. Q) What's . the surcharge rale for 1970 income? A'j The income tax surcharge for 1970 is 2U percent. Tables on the surcharge are included with the 1010 instructions. Q) I had a loss on some shares of stock I. sold last year. Is this deductible? A) Yes, capital losses are deductible and can be used to offset capital gains. In addition, capital losses can be used to offset other income up to a maximum of ?1,000 a year. The limit is $500 each on the returns of married persons filinj; separately. Note that the 19G9 Tax Reform . Act did make soriie changes in . the handling of capital looses. While short term losses are still fully deductible from ordinary income,, only one-half of the excess of the net long.term capital loss over the net short term capital gain is deductible up to the St, n 00 maximum. Q) My wife and I both work. Should v.e tile joint or separate, returns? A) Usually, married taxpayers will paj'Iei:- tax if they fde joint rather than separate returns. Since there are situations where this is not true, figure your tax both ways to find out which is Inst for you. Note that when separate returns are filed.'-deductions must be handled the same way on both, rutiiriui'.- If one,itemizes, so must the other. If the standaid deduction is un"d, both must u.->- the' same type, either, the p.-ieente£e deduction or. th-> low income allowance.. .' The evening star is Saturn. Those born on this day are under' the sign of Aquarius. British actor Sir Henry Irving was born FJeb. 6, 1838, On this day in history: .In 1778Massachusetts ratified the Constitution. LIVESTOCK INDIANAPOLIS Livestock: (UPI) -. In 1941] the new Japanese ambassador to the United States arrived with, a statement: "There is no question whatsoever ' outstanding between the two countries that cannot be settled in an amicable and satisfactory manner through' a timely display of statesmanship by the respective people of both sides." ; In 1943J Eisenhower! mander of Gen. Dwight D. was named "Com- the Allied Eexpedi- 3. Relative of 22. Graven ; 5 Down image (2wds.) 23. Con­ 4. Generation cern . 5. "Bonanza" 24. Engen­ father . dered (2 wds:> 25. Steak 6. Toward preferr 7. Twilled encc fabrics 29. Philip­ 8. Gershwin pine 9. Truck . peas­ style ant to. Young pig 32. Of the t6. Powwow backbone greeting 34. Bestow 19. Grass­ knight- . land hood 21. "Bon­ upon anza" 38. Appraise ranch 40. Barren NOT TOO PAST/ |THEY IS MORE TORTURE TO A -SLOW WALK' Billion Dollars Needed To Fund School Formula Rip Kirby ® By John Prentice & Fred Dickenson GREAT SCOTr.' THE/'RE SHOUTING FOR. THE POLICE. I HOPE I'M NOT SEEING WHAT I'M SEEING.. By HORTENSE MYERS INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - The first full-fledged school distribution formula of the fpur-week- old 1971 Legislature came in today and would take a billion dollars to fund it in the next two years. | The formula calls for a guarantee of $800 per student] per year, in state school support, compared to the present formula of $430. The measure was introduced by Rep. King Telle, R-Valparaiso, and appears to be the same formula that outgoing state school Supt. Richard D. Wells of Valparaiso, unveiled to news media last Oct. 5. I • Thursday an increase in the amount of money which might go into the Indiana State Teachers Retirement Fund was hinted by Sen. Lawrence M. Borst, R-Indianapolis. ; ' $20 Million Increase Borst, chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, said! his group was considering increasing* by at least $20 million the budgeted amount going into the teachers fund because it felt the amount requested in Governor ' Whitcomb's budget to be . too small. The comment came during a debate on the Senate floor over the "red ink policy" of the state through past years toward its pension funds. Borst eluded the senators for continuing to approve bills that-would further increase; the unfunded pension liabilities of which Sens. W. W. Hill Jr., R-Indianapolis, and David Rogers, D-Bloomington, had warned a few minutes earlier. '•' . \ , Borst referred to a Senate bill that improves pensions for judges that has been approved for passage. He said the bill "has a $1.1 million unfunded liability." . ; ' Borst added the Senate Finance Committee "feels" the $53 million now in the 1971-73 proposed budget for the teachers retirement fund "is not enough money. We hope to find another $20 million some place. We must find it," he said. tionary Forjces in North Africa. DAILY CROSSWORD ACROSS 1. Actor 1 , Holbrpok 4. Vitupera- '; tive . j ; 11. Kimono sash j . 12. Customary 13.Perchj 14. Contest joiner! 15. Father of Enos 17. Gear tooth 18. "Damn Yankees" temptress 20. Heroic 24. Beer maker 26. Soft drink 27.Reignj: Indlaj 28..Lawyer . Cabbri) 30. Neither's correlative' ' 31. Cupid 33. Clumsy gait 35. Profound .36. Rake j 37. Son of Bela 39. Talk big 42. Servitude 46Gold<Sp.) 47. Fellow feeling '48. "To-^— with Love" 49. Full j 50. "Fables in •. Slangf-' ••' author . DOW 1-Relatlve of..' 5 Down 2."—'s Irish. . Rose'; - Hogs 2,700; barrows and gilts opening 25-75 higher; later 25-50 higher; 1 and 2, 200-250 lb 21.2521.50; 1 to 3, 190-210 lb 20.5021.25; 210-260 lb 20.75-21.50; lat 20.75-21.25; 2 to 4, 240-270 lb 20.50-21.00; few 3 to 4,270-310 lb 19.00-20.50; sows 50-75 higher; 1 to 3, 320-600 lb 16.50-17.25; boar 50 higher at 11.50. " Cattle 50; calves none; cows steady to strong; utility and commercial 19.50-21.50; high dressing utility 22.00-22.50; cutter 18.50-20.00; canner. 15.0018.50. Sheep 25; not enough of any class to test market. Yrftlerdmy's Answer 41. Wound with a tusk 42. By means of 43. Scottish "uncle" . 44. Contrary (abbr.") 45. Orb 2S DAILY CKYPTOQIIOTE — Here's how to work it: •'.'*•'•-•' j A X YD I. B A A X R | ' Is !• ON QPELLOW One letter simply stands for another. In this sample A is used for the three! L's; X for the two Q's, etc. Single letters, apostrophes, the length and formation of the words are all hints. Bach'day the code letters are different. I A Cryptogram Quotation DTK DEHWMNO CK C.ON HWM PB JCD jDTHD CJTM PB CON, SVD DTHD CJM jpB JCD OCVJW.-CBLHE APONK Yesterdays Cryptoquote: THE .TROUBLE WITH WALK. INO IN A PARADE IS THAT LIFE SEEMS SO DULL AND COLORLESS AFTERWARD.—KIN HUBBARD . (O Xm Ktn« Features Syndicate. Inc.)

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