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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1971 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE FOR SALE FOR SALE — Aluminum sidingi Storm windows-doors. Kool- Vent Awnings. A. J.' Butz €75-2646. C-TF, CLASSIFIED RATES 1 insertion 2 insertions 3 insertions 4 insertions 5 insertions 6 insertions 5f 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 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. Saturday, call before 9 a.m. CANCELLA-f-ION- 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 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 — Extra nice refrigerator with freezer. Call after 3. 675-2844. C-32 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 — 1961 Ford Galaxie $100. 675-2633. V C-33 FOR SALE or TRADE — 1971 Jeep.. Lot of extras. Johnny York, P.O. Box 282, Atlanta. I P-36 FOR SALE — 1961 Chevrolet. New tires. Good condition. $150.00. 675-6675. P-34 FOR SALE -- '68 Dodge Mohac„- 500. One owner. Call 6756062. P-37 FOR SALE — 1970 Maverick straight shift. 16,000 miles. Very economical car. List - price $2400, asking$1795.4529997. - • C-35 FOR RENT FOR RENT --'Newly finished 3 room apartment. Carpeted. Stove, refrigerator, garbage disposal, utility room privileges, x also air-conditioning. Write P.O. Tribune. Box A, %Tipton C-34 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 FOR RENT — Four room furnished upstairs apartment. 409 Oak St. TF FOR RENT -- Five room house in Windfall, $20 a week, $40 damage deposit. 475-6870 after 3 p.m, C-34 FOR RENT — 4 roomapartment 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: FOR RENT -- Unfurnished four 5 rooms, bath. 675-4478. P-35 FOR RENT.-- Two bedroom trailer, see at 336 Sweetland Ave. P-37 FOR RENT — 2 bedroom house • trailer. 292-2551. P-33 Help Wanted ARE YOU WORTH $18,000 IN A YEAR? — Most of our men earn less but are pleasantly surprised with splendid income they do enjoy. Need man over 40" to take short auto trips in Tipton area. Air mail W.C. Dickerson, Pres., Southwestern Petroleum Corp., Ft. Worth, Tex. C-32 PETS FREE — For good homeincoun-. try, German Police dog, age three. Used to children. 675-r 6903. p-34 MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE— 1970 Mobile Home! 675-2668. P-43 WANTED Paint I Glass Radiator Repair BODY SHOP 445 Sweetland 675-6847, SITUATION WANTED —. USTA baton lessons. 552-7537. P-39 WANTED TO BUY • WANTED TO BUY H WE NEED USED FURNITURE Top Dollar— Fast Pick-up 552-5315 EARLYWINE'S E. Edge, Tipton, Co. SERVICES WASHER and DRYER Repair -.675-6123. . C-39 PORTABLE WELDING — Water line thawing. Tony Hancock 947-3832. TF Auction Service WE TAKE... • Consignments for Auction : • Special Sales. '•• Antique Sales, f) -Liquidations. Plenty of Stats. Nice Warm Building. — APPRAISALS — EARtYWINE'S 1st & Main i FRONT-END Smith Tire Indep. St. 552-5315 ALIGNMENT Service, 115 Phone 675-i POST BUILDINGS Commercial - Farm Call Collect 317-985-2541 6165, FRONT WHEEL ALIGNMENT WHEEL BALANCE ' . : TUNEUK EBEtRT'S ARCO SERVICi filAL 675-7125 . SINCLAIR IS ARCO POPEYE ® By Bud Sagendorf Blondie « By Chic Young litllllllU^-Rlii^Ulll l i ! 1 l ' / -u-i rw+r, » <N~^- w..ir V 1 ' - • • 1 111*-**** >' —*l «r it » . „ .V ] I DO VOU SVEB WISH YOU INEOE A BACHELOR, DEAR, EN JOYING THE FREE LIPE? vAOO Rip Kirby <s> By John Prentice & Fred Dickenson with K the Brick Bradford By Paul Norris And no wonder. The smiling swinger from Clackamas County, Ore., had just won $40,000 and beaten his idol, Arnold Palmer, for tile second time in three weeks. . Shaw's brilliant victory made him the only double winner on the tour this year and placed him at the top of the money list with $69,752. The earlier win was in the Bing , Crosby clambake, where he beat Palmer by two strokes, j At the seaside Waialae Country Club here, Shaw shot rounds of 68, 67, 69 for a sizzling 15-under-par total of 273. Opportunist Miller Barber took second at 274, worth $22,000, Georgian Dewitt Weaver was third at 275 and Palmer ended up in a three- way tie at 277 after bis most disappointing round of the tournament. V f Shaw started the final round , tied for the lead with old master Palmer, who he once said was his idol, and Weaver, a strongarmed slugger from Atlanta. | College Results SEPTIC TANK Cleaning. Ray- •mond tragesser. Call 5527162 or G75-21C3. C T TF N. 55. TF CARPETS a fright? Make them a beautiful sight with Blue Lustre. Rent electric sham- i pooer $1. Carney's Drugstore " C-37 HOOVER -TAX SERVICE I ~ ' H A R Block graduate. Phone 675-2754. P-43 ACCOUNTING « Small business and individual tax service. Carolyn Coy. Phone 675-6960 C-37 WANTED — Riders, 8:30 to 5:30 to downtown Kokomo. Phone 675-7251. C-34 By United Press International . East Syracuse 75'LaSalle 68 Pitt 118 Cmgie-Mlln 84 Holy Cross 92 Columbia 79 Prvdnce 72 Niagara 64 Mass. 86 Vermont 51 Princeton 76 Cornell 63 1 West VA. & 3 /a Davidson 79 Colgate 84 Lafayette Assmption 99 LeMoynS Phila. Tex. 70 Del. Val. Rutgers 105 Lehigh 77 NYU 63 Bucknell 52 Dartmouth 88 Yale 65 Harvard 95 Brown 80 PMC Coll. 83 Havrfrd 60 St. Jos. (Pa.) 71 Temple 64 St. Bon. 69 Fairfield 48 Beckley 61 Bluefld 60 Del. 62 Gttysbg 61 Fprdham 84 Bost. Coll. 80 Penn St. 94 Geo. Wash. 61 • South Virginia 79 NU St. 53 Auburn 86 Florida 70 . Tenn, 88 Miss." St. 65 Wake Forest 103 Fla. Sou. 68 Kentucky' 121 Miss. 86 So. Car. 47 ClemsDn 44. Wm. &'Mary 77 Navy 71 Ga. Sou. 86 Mercer 66 Lyla: (La.) 107 Miami. (Fla.)'88 Ga. Tech 83 Air Force 53 Maryland 88 Duke 79 Vanderbilt 74 Georgia 60 LSU 107 Alabama 78 E; Ky. 90 Mrehed St. 62 .. Furman 91 Citadel 86 Ala. St. 105 So. Car. St. 87 ' W. Ky. 87 Mid. Tenn. 73 Ind. St. 62 Ky. Wesleyan 60 - [Midwest Notre Dame 102 Crghton 91 Purdue 85 Indiana.81 Mich. 82 Northwestern 81 Illinois 93 Minn. 78 Kansas 81 Nebraska 67 Iowa 93 Wisconsin 91 ' . Ohio St. 87 Mich. St. 76 Kan. St. 96 Iowa St. 81 Bradley 86 Tulda 80 Ashlnd 74 Hllsdle (Mich.) 55 Marquette 84 DePaul 55 Akron 72 Toledo 71 Western Mich. 89 Ohio U. 79 I Southwest Texas A&M 87 Arkansas 82 UTEP 80 Arizona 66 TCU 102 Baylor 87 Oklahoma 69 Okla. St. 53 N.M. St. 93 Utah St. 90 . Ariz. St. 92 New Mexico 80 Ark. St. 81 Ab. Chris. 75 Rice 80 Texas Tech 64 Texas 84 SMU 83 • CEILING TILE and Paneling|installed.. Ray Bown 552-3238 • P-36 Shaw Wins Hawaiian By BRUCE COOK HONOLULU (UPI) - Tom Shaw slumped into a chair fanned his • sunburned face his big straw hat and started describe how it felt to win •Hawaiian Open. "How' do I fell? I don't feel thing, because I'm in a state ' shock," he said. . NOTKE OF ADMINETRATION ' fa em Circuit Court of Tlptoti Coiaity. Indiana. Notica Is bersbr fives Itat Ross E. Ron ud Clifford R. Ro» vas oo tt» 27th day of Jan our, 1971, appolntad: Co-Adnunlstrators at U» (Stats of Charlas A. Ross, dacaasad. All persons hsTlnf claims against ssld real estate. VDather or not aowtfas, nustfUstDt- ssmt In stld ooort within sis months from tnt data of Of first pftUcatlan of this sotlos or sild claims will ba fonnr tuna. Datsd at Tipton, Indiana, this 27tfc day Juaary, 1971. i Pml a. Jonas Clark of tht Circuit Court ' for Tipton Count/, Indiana ' Wilson Wheatler. Attomtr L-69 P-H-32-U WELCOME TO THE 10 HOUR WORKWEEK! It you would like to work 10 hours a wtek at your own pace, in your own car, and build your own business . If you would like to invest as little as $600 to $1500 in spare cash to start a business that can give you a nice return per year, then we'd better have a little talk! We'll show you how to%make your stare time pay handsome dividends with till Snack Shop Vending Machines. A proven business opportunity in a growing $5 billion market where 80% of the business is done by the small independent operator. | No experience necessary! No personal sales leads necessary! We will train you, counsel you, secure your locations. All you need is your car, a small investment, and be willing to work hard to become a success. Your conscientious effort will determine your income. Art you ready to start improving your income? Then write. ' • Mill Page 5 CROSSWORD 5. "Agnus 6. "Quod demon, strandum" 7.Narratlve 8. Stanley Steamer 9. Jungle denizen 10. Little Indians, • •; by count 14. Destiny 16. Entire , series 17. Speechify 18. Stairway; part, 19. "C—— Si Bon" 20." Rosen- kava- lier" 22. Scope 23. Eos- e sessed 24. Those not of a profession 26. Negative 29. Fleming 30. Metric land measure 34. Sordid 35. Stately tree 38. Fat ' 39. Sudsy brew Satordsjr's Aaswer 40. Doze off 41. Wooden peg 42. Sticky substance 43. Negative prefix' 44.Candlenut tree 45.FinaI 46. Wrath | NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS 1 division of Ult .1275 PROFIT DR1VE*DAL1AS; TEXAS 7S247 I- am inttrastsd in more Information! about makim mnnty in tha wndinil businoss. .1 havs a* car and 10 hours | 'par WMS tpsrs tlma. : I can iiivtst $600 in • routs. Q I can innut 11500 In • nut*. i Nsma — —J : . Mdrasa _! City_ _ I Phona ( t. I Dept.. _Stat*_ 3737 B LOCATIONS WANTED We bare tenants ready and walling for convenient location In your area for toe' tabulation of Speed Queen e- qulpraent laundry and dry cleaning coin- ops. Sewers and ground floor sites are a must. Ample lighted parking space must be available. A busy well traffic spot Is needed,, such as % shopping center, !' near a good supermarket, or a busy Intersection, or near a college or other large resldent'area.. If you have such a location, please contact Coin Cleaning and Laundry E- qulpment Sales, 5142 Madison Ave., Indianapolis, Indiana, 46227.. Phone 317/ 787-8217. ';. - DAILY AOKOSS 1. Easter ] 'spectacle 7. Shoo! 11. Chalk's partner 12. Adhesive . material 13. Italian } film star (2wds.) 15. Craggy hill 16. Pierced | by tusk! 21. Alpine region ] 25. Ascended 27. Milkfish 28. Italian | ! filmstar 131. Colorado j .Indian | 32. Sharp- ' shooter's objective 33. Succinct 36. Impoverished J . 37. Building extension 39. Italian; .' film star (2 wds.y '47. Appear asj . a threat 48. Boarding house | dweller . 49. Irritable 50. Contribute DOWN . l.Foot(Lati) j 2. Nigerian | - tribesman 3. Criminal charge: (slang) ,4. Powdered lava DAILY CBYPTOQUOTE—Here's how to work it: AXYDLBAAXE to LONG F E 1VX O W 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 a>-» all hints. Each: day th« code letters are different A Cryptogram Quotation KF QFSRK HUHC ZRXXW BK XFTJH R SRK DKXHWW WMH MRW NNHC FOBKBFK FZ MBS UH GHWHCUHW. —HO MFQH Q B N M R JH • . =, I N M R K. Saturday' ffi Cryptoquote: THE TRAGEDY OF OLD AGE IS NOT THAT ONE IS OLD, BUT THAT ONE IS NOT YOUNG. —OSCAR WILDE ! (0 1971 Kins: Futures Syndicate, Inc.) West j Calif. 100 Stanford 84 j BYU 103 Utih 89 Colo. St. 88 Wyoming 78 Hawaii 63 U.S. Int. 61 Oregon 67 Or[e. St 57 1 UCLA 64 USC 60 Wash. St. 90 Wash. 79 [ Pacific 85 Loyola 66 Weber St.: 91 Boise St. 57 Duquesne" 87 Ivilanva 78 RUNNERS FEATURED NEW YORK (UPI)—Cheryl Toussant of Brooklyn, NiY., and Ludmila Bragina, Russia, clash in the Madeline Manning 800 Feb. 19 as one of the feature attractions of the U^S. Olympic Invitational track and field meet at Madison Square Garden. PUBLIC SALE WE, THE UNDERSIGNED, WILL SELL AT OUR STORE LOCATED AT IT4E EAST EDGE OF FISHERS, INDIANA, ON 116th STREET AND STATE ROAD 37, ONJ j ,FEB. 13,1971 AT 10:00 AM. ANNUAL SPRING SALE OF NEW AND USED EQUIPMENT TRACTORS ; To bc'sold it 11:00 AM. Sharp John Deere 4020 diesel John Deere 4020 gas I John Deere 3020 gas John Deere 3010 diesel John Deere ; 3Q1Q gas John Deere 730 diesel John Deere .730 LP ! John Deere 70 with power steering John Deere 60 John Deere A with power 1 steering 1HC 560 gas , MM 5 Star gas AC D 17 | AC D14 with 'loader AC WD 45 With loader 1 AC WD with j cultivator i Oliver-88 '•' | • -. • Massey 44 with 4-fow cultivator ' John Deere B ! Coduhutt 560(- * Other tractors] SPREADERS John Deere N PTO John Deere 33 PTO John Deere L LOADERS John Deere 46 w/hydraulic bucket. John Deere 45W w/hydraulic bucket John Deere 45 IHC heavy duty AC ELEVATORS AND AUGERS John Deere 350 50 -ft- John Deere 40-fr. Cardinal 51 -ft. 6-in. auger Cardinal 46 -ft. 6-in. auger (new) CULTIVATORS . John Deere RG4, 3-pc, rear inounc MM 3-pt., rear mount Dempster 3-pt., rear mount Brady field cultivator (new) John Deere Cll field cultivator Other cultivators ROTARY HOES . John Deere 4-row John Deere 2-row -John.Deere 4-row w/carrier' ' Schultz 4-row Burch 2 -row Stan-Hoist hoe carrier (new) Other hoes COMBINES John Deere 95 gas with cab John Deere 55 . John Deere 45 CORN HEADS John Deere 434 John Deere 234 John Deere 210 OTHER EQUIPMENT Massey self-propelled picker John Deere 13-hole drill John Deere 12-fr. lime distributor John Deere 10-fc, lime distributor John Deere 43 PTO shelter Servis 12- ft. stalk chopper Gandy 12-ft. applicator . AC blower Papec sprayer New Herd 3-pt. seeder New Feteral cleaners New Dunham mowers " New Brady-144 chopper Ford 3-pt- hay rake MISCELLANEOUS !i9 and 11 hitches; dual wheel attachments; plow mulchers; tractor i Haws; cylinders and hoses; portable heaters. PLOWS John Deere F245 6-16 John Deere Ft45 6-16 John Deere F|20 4-14 John Deere 810 4-14 -John Deere 555 4-14 . AC Semi-mount 5-14 Oliver Pull-type 5-16 John Deere F680 5-16 Oliver Semi-rrount 4-16 Other plows PLANTERS John Deere 894 AN . John Deere 694 AN ""' John Deere 494 A ' John Deere 494 : Case 4-row |. John Deere 490 John Deere 290 IHC 4-row 449 Other planters DISCS John Deere BW 16-ft. fold John Deere BW 13-ft. John Deere AW 12-fr,. . John Deere XW 11-fr, John Deere RWA 13-ft. John Deere RWA 10-fr. John Deere RW 12-ft. ' JCewanna 12-ft. .' -V IHC 37 10-fd Other discs .. John Deere weights; chain LAWN AND GARDEN EQUIPMENT John Deere, Bolens, Hahn, Wheel Horse, Sears and others. The above is only a partial list of equipment to be sold, subject to change, due to tradtMcs and sales. . TERMS: All eraipment must be moved before March 1. No goods to be moved until settled for. . MOT RESPONSIBLE IN CASE OF ACCIDENTS REYNOLDS FARM EQUIPMENT, INC. PHONE 317 -|4W »10 FISHERS, INDIANA Murchv «c Wakefield. Auctiontm Lunch by Middlers Sunday School Class

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