WEDNESDAY,''FEBRUARY 17, 1971 THE TIFTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED RATES 1 insertion 5$ per word 2 insertions 8 r 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 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- I*e ceding-day CLASSIFIED DEPLAY- 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 -- 3 Way Bar and Restaurant, Kokomo. 453-3518 P-40 FOR SALE Genie garage openers by Alliance from $139.95. George Morrisett 6752096. • TF FOR SALE -- Amnunj»m|siding, Storm windows-doors. Kool- Vent Awnings.. A. J.-'Butz . 675-2646. USED CARS FOR SALE ~ 1965 Olds 98, 4 door hardtop, power brakes, power steering, power windows, power seat, factory air 59,000 actual miles. A-l con- ~ dition. 675-2731. C-43, MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE— 1970 Mobile Home. 675-2668. P-43 FOR RENT FOR RENT—Upstair apartment, furnished. 537 1/2 N. Independence. .675-4488. P-42 FOR RENT— Nice 2 bedroom unfurnished apartment. Private entrance, adults. 6754304. . TF FOR RENT --• Two upstairs apartment, completely carpeted, and new appliances, all utilities . furnished except electricity. (Beautiful). 5 room downstairs apartment, hardwood floors, all utilities furnished except electricity. Reference^ required and damage deposit 316 N. Independence St., Tipton. Phone Russiaville 883-7129. P-48 FOR RENTo.— Completely remodeled small two bedroom house. Attached heated gar. age, electric eye door. Cement drive. Fenced yard. Adults or one .child. Deposit. Call 675-2458 after 6 p.m. TF FOR RENT — 4 room apartment completely furnished. Air conditioned, carpeted. Pri- . vate entrance. Adults only.' 675-6021. , TF '• WANTED ; , "WANTED - Babysitter in my -home, 8:00-4:00. Dan Purvis WANTED — STUFF LETTERS into already addressed stamped envelopes supplied you free. Pays spare time homeworfcrs $2.00 and up per hour. No experience needed. Cost of Starting Kit $2.00 prepaid. D.' FJ).I„ P.O. Box 82, New Haven, . Indiana 46774. Pr42 Male Help Wanted MALE HELP WANTED - GAIN INDEPENDENCE. Be your ': own boss. Call 457-6789 after 5 p.m. P-43 WANTED TO BUY • WANTED TO BUY H WE NEED USED FURNITURE Tap Dollar— Fast Pick-up 552-5315 EARLYWINE'S E. Edge. Tipton, Co. SERVICES FOR better cleaning, to keep colors gleaming, use Blue Lustre carpet cleaner. Rent electric shampooer $1. Carney's Drug Store. C-43 PORTABLE WELDING — Water line thawing. Tony Hancock 947-3832. j TF FRONT WHEEL ALIGNMENT WHEEL BALANCE ' TUNE UP: EBERT'Sj ARCO SERVICE ©IAL 675-7125 SINCLAIR IS ARCO. Paint Glass Radiator Repair . BODY SHOP .445 Sweetland 675-6847 • FRONT-END ALIGNMENT— Smith Tire Service, 115 N. Indep. St. Phone 675-6165. '• f. ' o XF C-TF, , 675-6178 after 4:00. P-42 WANT ADS PAY FARM AUCTION As I am quitting farming I will sell the following described property at the farm located 5 mile east of Frankfort, Indiana on St. Rd. #28 then 1 mile south on St Rd. #421 then 11/2 mile east & 3/4 mile south or 4 1/2 mile north of Kirklin on St Rd. #421 then 11/2 mile east & 3/4-mile south on: SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 20, 1971 11:30 A.M. TRACTORS: 1967 John Deere 4020 Gas Tractor w/only 560 hours, roll bar & beat houser, bought new in March of 1968 & is absolutely like new; 1951 IHC "M" Tractor w/new paint & in good condition; 1966 John Deere 4020 Gas Tractor w/1330 hours, wide front end in top condition. This tractor belongs to Stewart Shoup who is also quitting farming. FARM EQUIPMENT: 1967 John Deere F1/45H semi-mount- . ed 5-14 plow w/coverboards & like new; 1967 Kasko plow harrow for 5 or 6 bottom plow; 1967 John Deere RG 4 rear . mount 4 row cultivator, like new; 1966 IHC #63 rear mount 4 row cultivator, good condition; 1965 John Deere RWA 11-2 wheel disc, good condition; 1960 John Deere #94 4 row: corn planter w/Uquid fertilizer, dry herbicide & Emmert barrow in good condition; John Deere 4 row & 2 row rotary hoes; - John Deere 15 hole wheat drill on rubber; 1967 Brillion 12 ft cultipacker, like new; 12 ft flexible harrow; IHC 8L 3-14 pull type plow; IHC 7 ft tractor mower; 12 ft. Dale floating drag; Henson 7 row mounted weed sprayer w/barrel rack & broad Jet handgun; Clark anhydrous applicator, 5 knife &250 gat tank; 2 row Bush Hog; rubber tired wagon w/grain bed; 2 IHC pull type discs; 10 ft cultipack er; .2-300 gat fertilizer tanks w/hoses; tractor mounted cement mixer; Bearcat hydraulic hoist; 2-2 way hydraulic cylinders; 2-lway hydraulic cylinders; Roof weed mower; " 8x13 truck stock rack; pickup stock rack; 6 hp Briggs & Stratton gas engine; 1/2 hp gas engine; 16 hole & 8 hole Smidley Hog feeders; cords; pump jack, runs in oil; 2650-16 6 ply tires & tubes; 400 lbs. jOf hog concentrate; 240 rods of 4211 fence; qty of cedar & penatrated line posts; qty of stell & brace posts; 52 gat electric hot water beater; - 12 ft 1/2 in. link log chain; boys 26" bicycle; box end wrenches & a few other hand tools & other articles too numerous to mention. . TERMS: Cash. Not responsible for accidents. AUCTIONEERS NOTE: A good line of farm equipment snowing good carel.'H Please be on time as there is a small , amount of small articles to sell. \. LUNCH: Will be served. FLOYD E. WHITINGER Clerks: Virtue & Crum ANOTHER ACTION AUCTION BY Don R. Stanley, Auctioneer RossviUe 379-3776 POST BUILDINGS Commercial - Farm CaU Collect 317-985-2541 ALUMINUM WELDING - 963'. 2951. C-40 . HOOVER TAX SERVICE — - H & R Block graduate. Phone 675-2754. "'! P-43 FARMERS" r- Animal j Health Clinic conducted by Phizer Representatives 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, February 23rd. Free . lunch. Fleet Supply, 1 1/2 mile, north of K-Mart on UJS. 31 Bypass. "•' C-43 SEPTIC TANK Cleaning. Raymond Tragesser. Call 5527162 or 675-2163. C-TF Auction Service WE TAKE... • Consignments for Auction. • .Special Sales. • Antique Sales. • •Liquidations. Plenty of Seals. Nice Warm Building. — APPRAISALS — EARLYWINE'S 1st A Main 552-53)5 NOTICE OF ADMDJBTRATION ' ID the Circuit Court of Tipton County, Indiana., Notice is berety given that'Ricbard Devon 1 La Garde and Joe Moulder was on tne 2Stb day of January, 1971, appointed: Co-Executors of tne will of Cora La Garde Snook, deceased. . All persons having .claims against said real . estate^vhetber. or not now due t must file .the "same In said courtwithlnslx months from the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Dated at Tipton, Indiana, this 28th day of January, 1971; . i - ' Paul H. Jones Clerk of the Circuit Court for Tipton County, Indiana Hutto It Regnler, Attorney L-80 P-M-40-46 CORN•GROWERS DEKALB XL HYBRIDS ~ Galveston 13213 '-. j C-47 Chili Supper Sato, February 20th 5:30 to 8. Adults $1, Child 500. teters- burg Church. C-41 NOTICE OF AD111NETRAT10N .. In the Circuit Court \t Tipton County, Indiana. Notice is hereby given that The Citizens National Bank was on the 2nd day of February, 1971, appointed: Executor of the will of Oscar E. Hoover, deceased. ' Ail persons having claims against said real estate, whether or not now due, must file the same in said court within six months from the' date of the first pubUcltion of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Dated at Tipton, Indiana, this 2nd day at February, 1971. Paul H.Jones ' Clerk of the Circuit Court for Tipton County, Indiana Horace C. Holmes, Attorney L-70 P-28-J4-40 Woody's Junction Grocery 502 N. Main St. 2/17 to 2/20 Tipton, Ind. Round Steak Breaded; •' Rolled Sausage Tenderlo,nlb Z9$ .b. 49tj CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS .b 75( Emge Boiled Ham Chuck Roast Sirloin Steak Bulk Bacon lb $1.09 ib. 65( COUNTY LINE CHEESMft T-Bone Steak Rib Steak * $1.19 79$ PEPSI $1.79 Case of 24-12 oz. bottles plus deposit 20 oz. loaves COLONIAL BREAD 5 ^ $1 ago 7 (Continued from page 4) 'A rora vs North Dearborn. LEBANON 1 WED: 7 Wells vs Pike; 830 Thorntown vs Z i o n s v i 11 e; THURS: 730 Brebeuf vs Lebanon; FRI: 7 New Ross vs winner game 1. MADISON ! WED: 7 Southwestern vs New • Washington; 830 Charlestown ys Shawe. THURS: 730 Madison vs Silver Creek; FRI: 7 Henryville vs winner game 1. MARION THURS: 7 Bennett vs Oak Hill; 830 Mississinewa vs Madison-Grant. FRI: 7 El wood vs Marion. 'MICHIGAN CITY THURS: -7 Marquette vs LaPorte; 830 New Prairie vs Westville. FRI: 7 Michigan City vs South Central. • MUNCIE WED: 7 Burris vs Wes-Del; 830 South vs Central; THURS: 7 Cowan vs Yorktown; 830 Delta vs North. NEW CASTLE ° WED: .7/ Knightstowh vs New Castle; 830 Tri vs Mount Vernon;, THURS: 730 Blue River vs Greenfield; FRI: 7 Shenandoah vs winner game 1. NORTH WHITE UPPER BRACKET: WED: 7 Frontier vs North White; 830 Kankakee Valley vs West Central. LOWER BRACKET: j •« Twin FRI: 7 Wolcptt vs Lakes. PAOLI WED: 7 English vs Leavenworth; 830 Milltown vs Orleans; LEGAL NOTICE Pursuant to an order by the Board of Commissioners of Tipton County, notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received at the office of the Comity Auditor until 9:00 a.m. March 1, 1971 for the purchase of one new 4 doer 1971, V-8 car for the County Sheriffs Department. .Specifications are on tile In the office of the County Aaditor..'EactLbid'inust:be on'form ..prescribed .by'.tne',.Stat v Board 4 Accounts, aeconpini«rby' StitStiry ntfo'-coBisiai affidavit and a certtriedWtk or box***. 10 per 'cent of amount of bid as grantee bidder. If successful will enter into proper bond and contract, subject to approval of the Board. - The Board of Commissioners reserve tne right to reject any or all bids. . Harold B. Allen -. . Auditor, Tipton Co. ' THURS: 730 Paoli vs Marengo. FRI: 7 Springs Valley !vs winner game lj PRINCETON ; WED: 7 New Harmony vs Owensville; 830 Mount Vernon vs Oakland City Wood; THURS: 7 Princeton vs Haubstadt- 830 North Posey vs Fort Branch. RICHMOND . THURS: 7 Randolph Southern vs^ Centerville; 830 Cambridge City vs Northeastern, j FRI: 7 Hagerstowh vs Richmond.' RUSHVILLE . I THURS: | 7; North Decatur vs Eastern Hancock; 830 Memorial vs Carthage. FRI: 7 Rushville vs Morristown.. . |". . SALEM •• '• . THURS: 7 .Salem ys West Washington; .830 North Harrison vs Borden; - FRI: 7 Cbrydon vs Eastern. . SEYMOUR . WED:; 7 Scottsburg vs Jennings County; 830 Austin vs Crothersville; THURS: 730 Medora vs Seymour; .FRI: 7 Brownstown vs winner game 1. SHELBYVILLE . THURS: 7 New Palestine vs Franklin Central; 830 Tfiton Central vs Waldron; FRI: 7 Souttwestern vs Shelbyville. > SOUTH BEND ! WED: ,7 LaSalle vs Riley; 830 Clay vs Mishawaka; THURS: 7 Washington vs Mishawaka Marian; 830 St. Jos e p h.' s vs Adams. SOUTHPORT . . WED: 7. - Warren Central .vs Marshall; 830 Southport- vs Cathedral; THURSr 7 Manual vs Beech Grove; 830 Wood vs Roncalli. ! ' SWITZ CITY) THURS: .7! L' & M vs Eastern; 830 Linton vs SwitzJ City; FRI: 7 Wortniiigton .vs Bloomfield, '""j .|.' '.: 'i ' TERRE HAUTE . . [ WED: 7 Garfield vs Gerstmeyer; 815 Schulte vs State; THURS: 7 Clinton vs Wiley; 815 West Vigo vs Honey Creek. TRITON' :| | •.'. j. . THURS: 7 Mentone vs Warsaw; 830 Triton vs Wawasee; FRI: 7 Rochester vs Akron. . . VINCENNES j j • THURS:! 7 1 Winslow. vs Rivet; 630 North Knox vs South Knox. FRI: 7. Petersburg vs Vincennes. WASHINGTON WED: 7 Loogootee vs Washington; 830 Barr Reeve vs .Shoals. THURS: 730 Otwell vs North Daviess. FRI: 7 Washington Catholic vs winner game I. WHITELAND ., THURS: .7 Whiteland vs Greenwood; 830 Franklin vs Indian Creek; FRI: 7 Center Grove vs Decatur Central. WINCHESTER THURS: 7 Monroe Central vs .Wapahani; 830 Winchester vs Union City. FRI: 7 Union vs Redkey. • : : . FOR SALE97 Acres Tipton County Farm East of Road 31 "on Howard County i ' Tipton County Line Road Farmers Loan and Trust Company Tipton; Indiana v/ 675-2172 Administrator of Estate , of Oliver P. Smith Joe F. Watson, Attorney 675-4185 DAILY ; ACROSS 1. Corridor 5. Heliacal • 10. More or less .12. vThc-- -!Mutiny" 13. Unfeeling lf>. Devoured lti. Old draper's' jneasiire: 17. " DOUTI \ : under" birdf. IS. Dinner \ course 20.- "Arabian Nights"! ' bird" ! 21. Part of a saxophone! 22.''Scot's "onei 23. Grotto j 26: Escaped! 27. Seraglio' chamber; 28. Manitoba Indian!' • 31. Electrical unit" 32. Gene- ' alogjcal J 35. Corrida : • fan's shoiit'l 36. Emmet | 37. —thej pace ' . j 39. Actual, j basic facts i slang):; hyph wd. | •12. Architec- i tural piers 43. Boo-boo: •14. Sordid i •'. 45. First-,rate! DOWN ! 1. Sunken j fence '-- I CROSSWORD 2. Subside. 3. Mrs.-Carlo Ponti| „ : 4. Legendarj- founder of London "i.Surmbunted «. Paddle 7. Verbatim 5. Crowfoot plant j !). Lost i weight 11. 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