The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on February 13, 1971 · Page 5
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

Tipton, Indiana
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Saturday, February 13, 1971
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SATI'HD VY, FEBRUARY 13, 1971 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED RATES 1 insertion 5f per. word 2 insertions 8? per word 3 Insertions 10? per word 4 insertions 12? per word 5 insertions 14? per word 6 insertions 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 pear and report any error at once allowance can be made except for the first incorrect insertion. BLACK FACE LOCAL. 20? perline 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- Precedingday CLASSIFIED DISPLAY- Classified per col. inch $1.10 1 inch daily per month $22.00 Each additional inch — $13.0o! Rates Quoted Are Local FOR SALE FOR SALE — 3 Way Bar and Restaurant; Kokomo. 453-3518 FOR SALE — 4-14" Chromu Rims. $50.00. 675-4061. P-39 FOR SALE — Admiral air conditioner, .-9,000. .BTU..--Six months old. $100.00. Call 675-4864. P-39 FOR SALE — Pearls to crochet - or string, 2 1/2, 3, 3 1/2, 4, 5, 6 and 8 milimeter and Oats. Iridescent and colors. Kauffman's Craft Shop, 5 1/2 miles east of Atlanta. 5527902. P-37 FOR SALE — 7 piece dinette set, choice of colors, $69.88. Gas or electric range with , continuous clean oven. Must see, $188.88. Western Auto,' 675-2013. • C-37 FOR SALE •-- Genie garage openers by Alliance from $139.95. George Morrisett 6752096. TF FOR SALE — Aluminum siding. Storm windows-doors. Koul- >.* " Vent Awnings. A. J.' Butz 675-2646.. C -TF. USED CARS FOR SALE « ?67 Cougar 28?, Automatic, power steering, clean-.. 675-4293. P-37 FOR SALE — '70- Ford 3/4 ton truck. P.S., P.B., 390 engine. Also camper. 675-2820. P-38 FOR SALE — '68 Dodge Monaco 500.* One owner.- Call 6756062. , P-37 FARMERS NEEDS FOR SALE — Non certifiedWay- . ne, Beesori, and Amsoy, $4.50 per bushel, SRF-300 at $6.50 per bushel and certified Bee- .son at $5.25 per bushel. Inoculated - add 15?.per bushel.. Baumgartner Grain Co., Goldsmith, 963-5386. * C-37 FOR RENT FOR RENT — Nice 2 bedroom unfurnished apartment. Private entrance, adults. 6754304. ' TF FOR RENT — Two upstairs apartment, completely carpeted,'and new appliances, all ut- • ilities furnished- except electricity. (Beautiful). 5 room downstairs apartment, hardwood floors, all utilities furn- . ished except electricity. Reference required and damage deposit. 316 N. Independence St., Tipton. Phone Russiaville 883-7129. P-48 .FOR RENT 3 room upstairs apartment. Available adults only. 234 W. Madison. Phone 675-2522. • C-38 FOR RENT — Completely remodeled small two bedroom house. Attached heated garage, electric eye door. Cement ,driy6i Fenced yardj; t A- r dults or one child. Deposit, Call 675-2458 after 6 plm. TF FOR RENT — 4 : room apartment . completely furnished. Air conditioned, carpeted. Private entrance. Adults only. 675-6021. TF MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE — 1970 Mobile Home. 675-2668. . . P-43 Male Help Wanted MALE HELP WANTED— GAIN INDEPENDENCE. Be your, *' own boss. Call 457-6789 after 5 p.m. . P-43 WANTED — Salesman preferably with farming and livestock feeding experience. Exceptional earnings for ambitious man. Write Box 14.6, Van Wert, Ohio. • C-39 SUPPLEMENT YOUR. INCOME . We need part time men with experience infarmingandlive- stock feeding to sell our Premixes and Organic Soil Builder. Write Box 285, Rockford, Ohio. . C-39 WANTED TO BUY HOOVER TAX SERVICE H & R Block graduate. Phone • 675-2754. \ P'43. POST BUILDINGS Commercial - Farm Call Collect . 317-985-2541 • WANTED TO BUY * WENEEDUSED FURNITURE Top Dollar— Fast Pick-up 552-5315 EARLYWINE'S E.. Edge. Tipton. Co.. WANTED WANTED — STUFF LETTERS into already addressed stamped envelopes supplied you free. Pays spare time homewof kers $2.00 and up per hour. No experience needed. Cost of' Starting Kit $2.00 prepaid. D. F.D.I., P.O. Box 82, New Ha: ven, Indiana 46774. P-42 SITUATION WANTED — USTA baton lessons. 552-7537. P-39 SERVICES WASHER and DRYER Repair — 675-6123. C-39 Auction Service. WE TAKE... . • Consignments for Auction. • Special Sales. . -• Antique Sales. -Liquidations*. Plenty of Seats. Nice Warm Building. APPRAISALS — EARLYWINE'S SEPTIC TANK Cleaning. Raymond Tragesser. Call 552-. 7162 or 675-2163. C-TF FRONT WHEEL ALIGNMENT WHEEL BALANCE TUNE UP; EBttRT'S AKCO SERVICE CIAL 675-7125 SINCLAIR IS ARCO. CARPETS a fright? Make them a' beautiful sight with . Blue- Lustre. Rent electric sham-, pooer $1. Carney^s Drugstore : C-37 PORTABLE WELDING — Water line thawing. Tony Hancock' 947-3832. TF.; ALUMINUM WELDING — 9632951. C-40 ACCOUNTING — Small business and individual tax service. Carolyn Coy. Phone 675-6960 C-37 LOST & FOUND LOST — 2 wheel cart off of . Tenbrook service truck vi- cinityU.'Sr 31 between 28 and- 1 47.' Phone 675-2054, ; Reward. 1 C-37 PERSONAL 1st & Main 552-5315 FRONT-END ALIGNMENT — Smith Tire Service, 115 N. • Indep. St. Phone 675-6165. TF Paint Glass Radiator Repair HANKINS BODY SHOP 445Sweetland 675-6847 . CARD OF THANKS My thanks and sincere appre-" ciation to all of my friends who sent flowers and cards and to; my doctor's nurses and nurse's aides for their kindness shown me while I was a patient in the. Tipton Hospital. .. Martha Scott Paul Harvey said you can't buy the product at the store. Then call 675-4074. C-36 & 37 OPEN HOUSE in ATLANTA SOUTH BROAD WAY STREET Salesman will be available NOON till DARK , FEBRUARY 14 BRAND NEW CUSTOM BUILT Three and four bedroom homes! $200 DOWN $89 per mo. NO CLOSING COSTS (Based on income and size of family) New government program is now available to people with moderate incomes to own their own home for less than rentl Come.See if you qualify. (Widows and Divorcees eligible) FOR INFORMATION CALL INDIANAPOLIS COLLECT 846-4265. Page 5 CROSSWORD By JOHN B; SARRETTE > INDIANAPOLIS (UPD - The Indiana House Thursday passed a bill that wjuld provide 1 immunity from criminal prosecution for I n d i a n a . national guardsman for acts committed 'while under orders. The immunity, was contained in a last-minute amendment 'offered by. Rep. John A. Kesler, D-West Terre Haute, who dubbed it ! "Indiana's My Lai•Kent State Bill." .Kesler, an attorney, repre- >seated former Pvt. Paul Mead 'lo, Terre Haute, who was pres. '-ent at the alleged My Lai mas sacre in Vietnam, .•• Kesler V amendment replaced : ah earlier section of the bill, which had been deleted because its immunity clause was "too broad." It was passed without dissent and the bill then was adopted, 85-4, and sent to the Senate. . . - The original wording, Kesler said;! would have made it- impossible to prosecute a guardsman for acts committed while not under orders, such as looting- .! The bill in its original form was supported by Adj. Gen. John Owens of the Indiana National Guard, according to the bill's author, Rep. Joel Deckard, R-Mount Vernon, Dsckard supported; the . Kesler amendment. . The ' bill also would give guardsmen active duty pay from the first rather than the .third: day they were called to duty.i It also would require the state to pay. for civil or criminal proceedings lodged "against guardsmen. The attorney general would have to defend guardsmen against civil proceedings resulting from active duty and the governor would be required to appoint an attorney if criminal charges resulted. Kesler acted as attorney for Meadlo. a former serviceman from Terre Haute who was given immunity to testify at Ca.1- ley's trial in Georgia which resulted from the mass slaying of civilians |in a small Vietnamese village, 1 Kesler said 'he thought the measure would clear the Senate and "could be a step toward resolving the whole misty prob­ lem'' regarding responsibility of a serviceman under orders. Rep. Richard J. Lesniak, D- East Chicago, minority caucus leader and a deputy prosecuting attorney, was one of the four I who voted against the bill, said: .J ; 1 "I'd vote against any bill to ' exempt anyone from criminal prosecution," He called it "bad legislation" and asked how anyone voting; for the measure could refuse to vote for a.simw lar bill,.if one were offered, to exempt state police from prose-'. cution. Others voting, against the bill were Reps. Doris Dorbecker, R- Lafayette, E. Henry Lamkin, R- Indianapolis. aad House "majority leader Richard. A. Boehning, R-Lafayette. Two measures that passed the Senate earlier cleared the Housi Tli.irV.lay, One- would increase the fee charged convict-ed traffic violators for court certification on the • drivers license point system. The fee would go from $2 to $3.. The other, bill would allow state conservation officers many, powers similar to state police, including arrest and bearing arms; Other bills which passed the House and were sent to the Se- rate would: — Change from two to five the number of years between attempts to annex ah incorporated area by' a city, a measure designed to block Gary from annexing Ross Township in Lake County. — Create - a county court in Hancock County, and abolish justices of the peace there. — Provide for coordinated data processing in. all counties except Marior> and Allen. — Increase Memorial Day expense funds for veterans organizations to $250. —Amwid the law. regarding criminal sexual psychopaths to allow out patient committment in certain cases. — Enlarge the • board , of trustees at Ball State University from four to seven and're- move the state superintendent : of public instruction from that board. — Repeal a law requiring?that county auditor's affidavits be attached to title transfers for tax purposes. — Amend-the probate code so the prosecuting attorneys are not required to appear for in-; competence proceedings. — Allow, attorneys to take oaths and attestations. -Change the law regarding auto dealer license plates. — Limit to five wards the numbers of veterans administration guardianships by on person. . . — Changs filings from annual to biennial for veterans admini- stratum guardianships. ' . 42. Literary . work 43. Bores 44. Kilmer's classic •151 --— nous DOWN 1. Cross home plate 2. Bay windou- 3. Hearing cupici's call (3wds.) 4. Devoured . .5. Soviet .*" Army symbol 4, Devoured 6. in (collapsed) MacGraw 23. Wrig- Wednesday answer gler 24. Poet' ical adverb 25. Butler crmaid. for example 26^ FTyboy 27. Shine 29. Cartogra- . Cher's creation . 31. Scoundrels 33. Aquatic animal . 34. Gaggle's members 39. By birth 41. Tonic's companion By LESTER X. COLEMAN'. M.D. Hopeful News In Medicine Dr. Coleman RHEUMATIC fever is being attacked at its very source in • the hope that this serious illness can be prevented. ^ Dr. Brendan P. Phibbs in Casper. Wy..- is involved in a research program that already is shmv- ing very dramatic results. , Schoolchildren in Natrona County who : s h o w t he slightest evidence of sore throats are i m m <• d i - .itely e x a ni- ined. Cultures taken from: their throats^ are carefully examined .for j the streptococcus germ. If ii child; is found to be infected, hi; cannot be readmit- i ted to schoo! without inten-|; sive treatment with Penicillin : G. Already ther»> has been a ' significant decrease in -the ''-number of c.isca of rheumatic fevt- r and' its complications.: \Vhi:n this study is repeated in various parts of the country.' it may prove to be a- dy- . naniic force M sparing thousands of- people the dread complications of rheumatic " fever. At the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, a group of Scientists, using sound techniques, are studying the condition of blood vessels deep beneath the skin. Normally, blood flows uninterruptedly through arteries and veins. No sound-can be heard through the . complex instruments as the blood noiselessly flows. When, however, the inner : linings of blood vessels are narrowed by atherosclerosis, .sounds can be picked up with highly delicate microphones. Phonoangiography is . the term given to this new. method created by Dr. Robert S. Lees and Dr. C." Forbes Dewey, Jr. The work, still in its experimental stages, may have important possibilities for early diagnosis of heretofore hidden conditions. SPEAKING OF YOUR i HEALTH; Don't try to stop a sneeze by holding your nostrils closed. You may damage your cars. • Dr. lister Coleman has prepared a special booklet for 'readers of this column, "Al- .loholism—A Family Disease.'' It probes this grave problem and offers hopeful advice. For your copy, srnd 25 cents In coin and a large,- self-addressed 6-cent stamped envelope to Lester. L. Coleman, M.D., P.O. Box 5170. Grand Central Station, Hew York, S. Y. 10017. Please mention the booklet by UUe. ; ACROSS ' 1. Up to now -(2 wds.i 6. Israelite spy • in Canaai. 11. Box 12. Unassisted. 13. liubricated 14. is-ieldof view 15. Electrical unit 16. 'i- - s - ^unny ijhat Wav" 18. Yet to • alpoet 19. Siiiiitiel's teacher ' 20. Sen. Kennedy 21. Precious metal 22. \\'ell- groomed' 24. Unique person • (slang) 25. More astute .27. Fjrail 2S.Depraved 29. Red pilanet 30. Tenth of. a!sen 31: Sjuffered from 32. Bacon on the hoof 35'. Monetary worth . (abbr.) 36. Spire •' ornament 37. Bardot's ~ "summer" 38. Expiate 40.P,laying '.,' marble DAILY CBY1TEOQUOTE—Here's how to work it: A X Y D L B A A X R is LONGFELLOW Ojne 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 formation of tht words .are all hints. Each day the code letters are different. A Cryptogram Quotation :\V a.' IHOG O N G • Tt SJCCYU AN C T I . NT V OYUIT GZJHGNNTOH KMC1N M N IT Y T C Y G M B X U G V . — TEADGH- PTESN V Alt I - • S W & 7 8 9 IO II .s m n 15 -.7 'iw ie 19 20 21 m • z: 25 m 24 25 26 m 27. ZB M IP 29 : $M • i Ji; 52 p 5/ P •*> • 4> 44 45 DRIVE WITH CARE | NOTICE TO HEIRS, JLEGATEES AND CREDITORS ' f ESTATE OF Charles !G. Taylor, Deceased No; 324* In Circuit Court, Calendar Term, 1971 Notice Is hereby given that Marjory if. Bazell is administrator .of said estate, has tiled ber account and vouchers in final settlement of; said estate, and his petition praying the Court to allow said account and order distribution of said estate,, and that the same will come up for hearing md action in said Court on the 8th day at March. 1971 in tee courthouse in Tipton,. Indiana, at which time all heirs, legatees and creditors of said estate are required to appear and shew 'cause, if an? there bej why said accountandvoucherssbo'jM not be allowed, and distribution of the estate be made'as prayed for in said petition; and all the heirs-, devisees and legatees of said decedent and said estate, and all others inter- . ested, are hereby required to appear at said time and place and make proof of their heir­ ship ov claim to any part of said estate. - . Paul H. Jones * . . .' Clert Circuit Court Tipton, Indiana NOTKi uF ADMLNETRA"" in the Circuit Court of Tipton Cowu,., • .. Notice is hereby given that Kenneth L.DeWitt was on the -Un day of February, 1971, appointed: .Executor of the will of Edna DeWltt, deceased. All persons having claims against said real estate,, whether or not now due. must tUa the same la said court within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forevtr barred. . Dated at Tipton, Indiana, this 4th day of February, 197L Paul H. Jones Clerk of the Circuit Court for Tfptoa County, Indiana Joe F. Watson, Attorney L-S2 ' P-34-4I-47" Horace C. Holrnes Attorney' L-84 P-37-43 Auction Service FARM SALES, ESTATF, REAL ESTATE AUCTION HOUSEHOLD MISC. CONTACT THE ACTION AUCTIONEER! PUBLIC AUCTION Saturday, February 20,1971 11:00 A.M. \'i mile West o( 31 on the Tipton-Hamilton County Line or 5 miles West of Tipton to St. Rd. 31 then 4 miles South to County Line then !> mile West. 1969 G-900 Minneapolis Moline tractor with 18.4 x 38 tires, full hydraulic system with 686 hours; 7' sickle bar mower; Aliis Chalmers 4 row rotary hoe with quick hitch; 3 flat bed wagons with hydraulic hoists; 2 Parker, gravity . bed wagons with Case running gears; John Deere 490 4 row corn planter with fertilizer attachments; Minneapolis Moline 6' chopper; New Holland bailer with power take off drive; Allis Chalmers 20 bole drill; New Idea Uni-System with oversize tires, 2 tow picker head and 4 row combine bead; Minneapolis Moline tandem wheel manure, spreader with power take off drive; Harriman Mfg. Co., 4 row rotary cultivators; 1969 Minneapolis Moline 5 bottom 16" plow; riev» Holland elevator 43'. with power take off drive; comb-. inat:on cultipacker & spring tooth harrow; 8' 4 section rotary hoe; insulage cutter with 40' pipe; side delivery , hay rake; 12' disc; Allis Chalmers 4 row front mount cultivators; Star King Tiger. Claw 13' field conditioner; New Holland 7' sickle bar mower; 12'. drag; weed sprayer equipment; Jerry weed mower and rota-tiller and snow blower. HOG HOUSES AND EQUIPMENT 5 water fountains; several feeders, different sizes; 2 pull together hog houses 24' x 20';.4 10 x 14 sleeping houses; . Big Husky hog crate; platform scales; and heat lamps. HAY AND STRAW 100 bales more or less mixed hay; 500 bales more or less bright Wheat straw. MISCELLANEOUS & HAND TOOLS 2 wheel trailer; round fuel tank; fence stretchers; log chains; 3 cross cut saws; V belts; hand feeder; large kettle; single trees; double trees; neck yokes; picket cribbing; '/j inch electric drill; inch electric drill; old sleigh; and many more items found on the farm. Terms; Cash or good check. Owner: Margaret Hinkle, Administratrix of Harry Hinkle Estate Attorney: Wilson Wheatley Auctioneers:" Hershel Robinson 292-2371 Atlanta, Ind. Charles 0. Mullins 675-4805 Tipton, Ind. ' LUNCH WILL BE SERVED <••? 1971. Kin* Kcalurca Syndicate. Inc.)

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