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Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, February 18, 1971
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1971 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUN: QMSSffuvJIDSi CLASSIFIED RATES 1 insertion 5f per word 2 insertions 8f 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 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. CANCELLATION- Preceding day CLASSIFIED DK5PLAY- Classified per col. inch $1.10] 1 inch daily per month $22.00 Each additional inch —$13.00, Rates Quoted Are Local FOR RENT — 3 room furnished downstairs apartment. Small child accepted. -409 OakSt.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 furn-J ished except electricity. Reference required and-damage deposit. 316 N. Independence St., Tipton. Phone Russiaville ,883-7129. 1 ' P-48 FOR RENT—Upstair apartment, • furnished. 537 1/2 N. Inde. pendence. 675-4488. P-42 FOR RENT — Nice 2 bedroo»n unfurnished apartment Private entrance, adults. 6754304.' TF MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE — 1970 Mobile Home. 675-2668. P-43 MALE HELP WANTED — GAIN INDEPENDENCE. Be .your own boss. Call 457-6789 after 5 p.m. . P-43. MISCELLANEOUS PUBLIC AUCTION SALE Saturday night 7:30 p.m., 1405 Main St. New and used furni- ' hire living room suite, odd chairs, lamps, used 4 pc. bedroom suite, complete with box springs and mattress, like new; 1 color TV, 1 portable black and white TV, 1 dinette suite and odd beds, half size and full size; lots of other furni- _ ture and misc. Mgr. Hansford Barker. C-35 SERVICES FOR better cleaning, to kee.v colors gleaming, use Blue Lustre carpet cleaner. Rentelec- tric shampooer $1. Carney?s Drug Store. C-43 WANTED WANTED — STUFF LETTERS into already addressed stamped envelopes supplied you free. Pays spare time $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 Haven, Indiana 46774. P-42 Paint Glass Radiator Repair BODY SHOP 445SweetIand 675-6847 FORSALE , FRONT-END WANTED — Babysitter in my Smitn Tire . home, 8:00-4:00. Dan Purvis TndeD 675-6178 after 4:00. P-42 St. ALIGNMENT — Service, 115 N.' Phone 675-6165. TF FOR SALE — A lot, 100x200, in addition. €75-6896 after 5. C-43 FOR SALE— Double-oveh gas range. Call 675-2418. C-45 FOR SALE ~ Genie garage openers by Alliance from $139- .95.JGearge Morrisett 6752096. . TF FOR SALE — Aluminum siding. Storm windows-doors. Kool- Vent Awnings. A. J. Butz .675-2646. . C-TF, 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 condition. 675-2731. C-43 FORSALE — '63 Buick Special Sedan.. Motor clean. Call 292-2657. ' P-44 FORIIENT FOR RENT— 4 room apartment completely furnished. Air conditioned, carpeted. Private entrance. Adults only. 675-6021. TF Help Wan fed HELP WANTED — You need money I need men or women to represent Rawleigh Household Products full or part time in Tipton or Tipton County. Write or call giving phone and. home directions. - Burrell>W» • Sayer, 803 Shawanoe Dr.? Pendleton, lhd. 46064. C-43 WANTED TO BUY * WANTED TO BUY *' WE NEED USED FURNITURE Top Dollar— Fast Pick-up 552-5315 EARLYWIHE'S " E. Edge, Tipton, Co. Male Help Wanted DRIVERS NEEDED — We train you to be a semi driver, local and city trainingnowavailable. Earn over $4.50 per hour after short training. For application and interview, call 317/6365435 or write Sheridan Truck Lines, %truck Line Driver Training, -1310 S. West Street, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46225. C-42 FRONT WHEEL ALIGNMENT WHEEL BALANCE TUNE UP; EBERT'S A^CO SERVICE , Hm fUh 675-7125 SINCLAIR IS ARCO HOOVER TAX SERVICE H & R Block graduate. Phone 675-2754. P-43 Front End Alignment Brake Reline Monroe Shocks Mufflers & Pipes Wheel Balancing SMITH TIRE Phone 675-6165. PORTABLE WELDING ~ Waterline thawing. Tony Hancock 947-3832. TF Public Auction 7:30 P.M SHARP ANTIQUES-NEW and USED FURNITURE -APPLIANCES- HOUSEHOLD GOODS SELECT ANY NEW OR USED ITEM FOR AUCTION TRUCKLOADS TO CHOOSE FROM! HUNDREDS OF ITEMS-FAMOUS NAME BRANDS AT UNBELIEVABLE SAVINGS •LIVING ROOM . • KITCHEN •BEDROOM FAMILY ROOM * DEN 'Centeral Indiana's Largest New and Used Furniture Dealer' (Open 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Daily for Retail) Earlywine's Furniture First & Main Elwood, Ind. Ph. 552-5315 J„ T„ Earlywine, Auctioneer Not Reponsiwe for Accidents AUCTIONEERS APPRAISERS LIQUIDATORS LP. Gas Service Page OR INSTALLATION No Equip. Charge ()M lb. fcrttl**) Prompt Service TenBrookSales, . INCORPORATED Hfehwar » E»it Tipton, Indian* CORN GROWERS DEKALB XL HYBRIDS Galveston 13213 . - - ' . C-47 ' MATHEWS BL'ILDIXG. INC." rKANKKORT, INL>. K.R.! -Ph. Area Code 317-2G8-2818 12 yrs. ox(icrieiice, industrial, rummer" ciiil-bldrj. SEPTIC TANK Cleaning. Raymond .Tragesser. Call - 552. 7162 or 675-2163. C-TF Auction Service WE TAKE... • Centignmtnls for Auction. • Special Salts. • Antiqut Sales, •liquidations. Plant/ of Scats. Nic* Warm Building. — APPRAISALS — EARLYWINE'S 1st A Main 55J-531S FARMERS - Animal, Health: Clinic conducted by Phizer: Representatives 7:30 p.m^a Tuesday, February 23rd. Free * lunch. Fleet Supply," 1 1/2 mile north of K-Mart on U.S. 31 Bypass. CT43 PERSONAL IN MEMORIAM $\ In loving memory of Avery and; ' Iva Rood whopassedaway FebruYs ary 3, 1965, and Feb. 21,196&JI The love you gave us many years? Will never from us depart \ Tho you have gone beyond our! ;,. reach; J. You are always in our heart.; V Daughters- r i Mrs. Raymond Eaton & family! Mrs. Delores Anderson & family CARD OF THANKS ! Chili Supper Sat, February 20th 5;30 to 8. Adults $1, Child 50C. Tetersburg Church. C-41 PANCAKE & SAUSAGE SUPPER 5 to 8 Lutheran School Men's Club ' February 19. Adults $1 Children 60£ TELEVISION SCHEDULE (Continued from page two) O Today (Cont'd) O Captain Kangsroa (D C .llege (Cont'd! = 8:30 CI . Karnival 'Cont'd* O Today Cont'd) F% Copt. Kangaroo (Cont'd) CD Man Trap 9:00 O (B) I Topper O ' Virginia Graham O Coffee Cup Theater "Wings' of Chance'' (.19611, with Jim Brown and Frances Raffffrty. V pilot gets trapped in jr. uncharted wilderness'. O The Paul Dixon Shaw . ; | ; ?:30 O Jack LaLanna Q Graham (Cont'd' O Theoter (Cont'd: Paul Dixon' (Cont'd) 10:00 CI Lucy Show O Dinah Shore O Theater (Cont'd) Q Paul Dixon (Cont'd) 10:30 O Movie Gams O Concentration' O Sererly Hillbillies © That Girl -'A- . ; j 11:00 O Gill talk O Century Sale O Family Affair . . © ••witched . ••• ; ! ; ; 11:30 ' •'• O Nawi O Hollywood Squares' O Lave of Ufa V ; £B Eyewitness News' ' • [' • 12:00 , ' -• O Chuckwagan Theater n Jeopardy O Where the Heart It CF> 50-50 Club . !'] ', "12:30 • : ' C| Chuckwagon (Cont'd) ft Afternoon/Cfionnel 6 f^l Search for Tomorrow (B SO-SO Club (Cont'd), ! 1:00 ! O Hollywood Movie "Forbidden Planet" (1956), with. Walter Pfdgeon and Anne Fran-, cis.. "A'rescuetrnissi6n^is , 'sent -to . bong I a' professor back to earth' after ?20 years on Altoir. O. Afternoon (Cont'd) O Local News (Q 50-50 Club (Cont'd) 1:30 CI Movie (Cont'd* < . |^ Memory. Game As World Turns O Let's Moke A Deal 2:00 O Movie (Cont'd) •1 i Secret Storm General Hospital, 3:30 (B) Lone Ranger Bright Promise Edge of Night ' © One Life. to Live !'• ' 4:00 ' . ' CI Popcye gnd Janie O Another World ; (p. Gomer' Pyle '.'.,.' © Dark Shadows' - •' • '. 4:30 O Popeye (Cont'd' O Mike Douglas Q Early Show . j "The Ride to Hangman's Tree" (1967), with Jack Lord ond .'! James Farentino. -The Black Bandit becomes | the bone of . travelers tn the 'for West. IB Big Valley | © Sesame Street ' . 5:00 ; ' CB Batman O Mike Douglas (Cont'd) : ' . " O Early Show (Cont'd) IB Big Valley (Cont'd) ' SD Sesame (Cont'd) PACKERS ADD STAFF GREEN BAY ,J Wis. (UPI)e Green Bay Packers head coach pan Devine added a fifth assistant to his staff Wednesday when he , named. Burt Giistafson as linebacker coach. - Gustafson was < a defensive ; backfield coach at Wyoming-for nine years. 'PUBLIC NOTICE O o o o o Days of Our Lives • Many Splendored Thing |Q Newlywed Game 2:30 Movie -(Cont'd) The Doctors The Guiding Light ifl Dating Game .' ! I' 3:00 j \ i - • * • O Gourmet © Another World • Pursuant to Chapter; 107 of Uie Acts of 1955, General Assembly, State of Indiana, on March ' 22, 1971 at ; 7:30 p.m.(E^.TJ.lnttieCltj Court Room of the City of Tipton, the Common Coun' ell of said City will consider final passage of the following: j ' ORDINAN C E S3I3 •'[••'•..• An ordinance fixing- the annual salaries of all elected officers of the city of Tipton, payable, from the General Fund, effective at the conv. mencement of the terir-s of such officers next / succeeding the General Election of 1971. BE IT ORDAINED i>y*the Common Council of ' " the- City of Tipton,, Tipton County, Indiana: SECTION I. That tpe annual salaries of the Ma- ; yor. the Clerk Treasurer.'each member of the Common Council, andthe CityCourtJudge.ef- fective at the commencement of tne terms of said officers next succeeding the general elec- ' Uoh of 1971. payable from the General Fundof said City, shall be'in the following amounts: -': M • - • ' Mayor .....i... J6.300.00 Clerk Treasurer.. J. '$6,000.00 Members of Common'Council (each) .'..,.'..',J. $ 600.00 City Court Judge J : .... $2,500.00 SECTION 2. This ordinance shall beinfullfor- ce and effect from aod after its passage, and' shall be effective asjto the salaries provided . herein on and after January 1, 1972. . PASSED AND ADOPTED-by the Common. Council of the City of Tipton, Tipton County, Indiana tills day of March, 1971. • • Ray 11. Rerich, Mayor ATTEST: .[.-.. ' ' . . • Carol G. Lord, Clerk-Treasurer L-8I I . ' . -C-35-4I We wish to express our sin -i cere appreciation to our relatives, friends, and neighbors for ; the kindness, prayers, sympathy and floral tributes extended to us at the passing of our brother; Joe Hilton. We expecially wish to thank the Rev. Richard McQuinn, John and Kay Hartley, American Legion of Cicero and Mrs. Avonne Stover for their kind services rendered. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Smith George Hilton ". Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hilton Mr, and Mrs. William Hilton Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hilton . & family Mr. and Mrs. James Hilton , & family i PUBLIC AUCTION Saturday, February 20,1971 11:00 A.M. . H mile West of 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 1? mile West. J ; 1969 G-900 Minneapolis MoJine tractor with 18.4 x 3S. tires, full hydraulic system with 686 hours; 7' sickle bar mower; Aliis Chalmers 4 taw t diary hoe with j quick hitch; 3 fiat 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 I Moline 6' chopper; New Holland bailer with power drive; Allis Chalmers 20 hole drill; New Idea Uni-System , with oversize tires, 2 row picker head and .4 [row combine i head; Minneapolis. iYoline: tandem wheel manure spreader •*'th power take of' drive: Harriman Mfg. Co.. 4 row rotary cultivators; 1969 Minneapohr Molinep bottom 16" plow; ;rlew Kolianri elevator '"43* with power take off]drive; combination cultipacker & spring..tooth harrow; 8' 4 section rotary tine; insulage cutter with 40' pipe; side delivery Hay rake; I?' disc; Allis Chalmers 4 row fropt mount cultivators; Star King Tiger Claw 13' held conditioner; New 1 Holland 7' sickle oar mower; 12' drag; weed sprayer equip! ment; Jerry weed mower and rola-iiller and snow blower. . HOG HOUSES AND EQUIPMENT , 5 water fountains; several feeders, different jsizes; 2 pull together hog houses 24' x 2D'; 4 10 x 14 sleeping.houses; ! Big Husky hog crate:, platform scales: and heat lamps." HAY. AND STRAW I \ 100 bales more or less mixed hay; 50Q bales-mere or less rbright wheat straw. ri MISCELLANEOUS & HAND TOOLS r i 2 wheel trailer; Found fuel tank;: fence istretchers; log chains; 3 cross cut saws; V belts; hand feeder; large kettle: single trees; double trees; neck yokes; picket cribbing; '? inch e-lectric drill; !j inch electric drill; old sleigh; and many more items found on the farm. -Terms; Cash or good check. 1 ii.j Owner: Margaret Hinkle, Administratrix of I j Harry Hinkle Estate i [ Attorney: Wilson Wheatley I j Auctioneers: i i Hershel Robinson . 292-2371! Atlanta, Ind. Charles 0. Mullins 675-4805 Tipton, Ind. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED | - Drag Racing Up PHOENIX, Ariz. (UPI)—Old establilhed sports like football- and baseball had better watch out. ; Ben Christ is creeping up on them. And the king of the hot ag strip promoters is for places like the Astrodome'. .' Christ, literally has "grown with the burgeoning sport g. racing, predicts that five years, it will equal or surpass in interest such rod d aiming up of drali within sports a.s pro -fogtball, golf. baseball and hockey. Since Christ opened . the nation-'s 'first regulation drag strip £ t Warren, Ohio, in 19.55, he has seen the "drags" grow to one of the biggest spectator sports in the country. His tracks .alone, at San Antonio, St. Eouis, - Cleveland, Fort Worth j Chicago, Los Angeles,, and. Lake Geneva, Wis., attract an estimated 2Vi million fans a year.- He is the largest single drag racingj.promoter in. the country, with some 28 separate companies in related fields. [Christ, who pronounces his Notice,' tjOTICE OF'ADMINBTRATION la Uie Circuit Court of Tipton County, Indiana. is hereby given tnat KeooeUi L. DeWltt was on tbe 4th day ot Fehruary, 1971, appointed: Execute^ ot the will of Edna DeWltt, deceased. ; All persons having claims against said real : estate, whether or not now due, must file the same unsaid court wtthin six months from the date of the first publication of-this noUce or . said claims will be forever barred. Dated] at Tipton,'. Indiana, this 4th day of - February, 1971. - Paul H. Jones - Clerk of the Circuit Court ' ' for Tipton County, Indiana Joe F. walson, Attorney 1,-82 : . , jfOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING On February 23, 1971 at 8:00 p.m. (EST) in the City Court Boom of the City of Tipton, Indiana, Ihe Tipton City Planning Commission ' and the| Beard of Zoning Appeals will hold a public bearing on the following petitions: li Petition.of James Mahaney for placing a -mobile borne unit 24 x 60 feetonLot 105, Cen- ' tral Addition to the City of Tipton, Indiana, at 801 Oal Street, for his own'use. •••!• ••! - ' 2. Petition of Jimmy Comstock for placing a mobLleibome 12 i 68 feet oa Lot 103, Central AddlUon to the City of Tipton, Indiana, at 807 Oak Stjeet, lor his own use. , . . 3. PejlUoa of Thelma Rayl for placing a mobile home oa part, of lot 7 Block I, John P. Kemp's Third Addition to the City of Tipton, iodianai at 121 Cleveland Street, for the family of Walter Bates, three in the family. •'I'. - " - ' 4. Petition ot Lester McGinnls for placing a 'mobile home 10 z 55 feet on the back of lot 32, W. R. Marker's First Addition to the City of Tipton India oa, at 506 Green Street; for Mrs. Myrtlef Anderson (Mrs. McGInnis's mother). 5.' Pe itloo of Lester McGinnls for a variance 'for above #4 from .720 square feet, to 550 square] feet. j. All persons in attendance will be given an opportunity to be heard on these matters. Landis Fields Sr. Building: Commissioner City of Tipton, Indiana L-83 ' name to rhyme with mist, calls the growth of drag racing an "amazing sports phenomenon/' especially in light of the bad image it had in the minds of most people when it first began in the late 1940s.. "Just think, we're still in the first generation of drag racers," Christ said. "Just wait until the second^ generation comes along. NOTICE TO HEIRS, . LEGATEES AND CREDITORS ESTATE OF Elizabeth Speckbaagh, Deceased '' No. 3211 In Tipton Circuit Court, Calendar Term, 1971 Notice is hereby given that Donald D. Dennis and Margaret M. Dennis as Co-Administrators W.W.A. of said estate, have filed their account and vouchers in final settlement of said estate, and their petition praying the Court to allow said account and order distlrbutlon of said estate, and that the same will come op for hearing and action In said Court on the 8th day of March 9:30 o'clock a.m., 1971 in the courthouse in Tipton, Indiana, at which time all heirs, legatees and creditors of said estate are required to appear and snow cause, if any there by, why said account and vouchers should not be allowed, and distribution of the estate be made as prayed tor In said petition; and ail the heirs, devisees and legatees and of said decedent and said estate, and all others interested are hereby required to appear at said time and place and make proof of their belrshipor claim to any part of said estate. Paul H, Jones Clerk Circuit Court Tipton, Indiana E. R. Chance. Attorney L-87 ~ P-41-47 NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION In the Circuit Court of Tipton County, Indiana. Notice is hereby given that Clifton CardweU was on the 16th day of February, 1971, appointed: Executor of the will of OUve Tobias, deceased. All persons having claims against said real' estate, whether or not now due, must file the same in said court within six months from the first publication of this notice or said claims w ill be forever barred. Dated at Tipton, Indiana, this 16th day of February, 1971. Paul H. Jones Clerk of the Circuit Court for Tipton County, Indiana -E. R. Chance, Attorney L-S8 P-41-47-53 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Notice is herein given that the Board of Trustees of the Tipton County Memorial Hospital of Tipton County, Indiana, will receive bids for supplying the hospital with ooe (1) Automatic Blood Cell Analyzer. The specifications . outlining, this equipment are on file and may be reviewed by all- Interested parties. Bids will be received at the hospital not later than 7:00 p.m., EST, on the 8th day of March 1971', at which time and place all bids will be publicly opened and read aloud as soon after the above named hour as possible. Bids received after this time will be returned unop- • ened.. Tour bid proposals shall be properly and completely executed on Indiana State Form cf proposal No.95 with non-collusion affidavit attached. A certified check or bid bond In the amount of 5% of the amount bid Is to accompany the bid. The checks will be returned Immediately to the unsuccessful bidders and the successful bidder will have his check returned when the Installation of the equipment Is completed. The Board of Trustees reserves the right to . reject any or all bids and to waive Informalities or obvious errors in bidding. Board of Trustees ' TIPTON COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Ftoyd Collins, President Hilton Hobos, Secretary Howard Adter CarlScodder - L-89 C-41-47 C-36-42 PUBLIC SALE • a JLocated 4 miles south then 1 mile east then 3/4 mile south of Swayzee or 1 mile east then 11/4 miles north of IPt. Isabel, Indiana at 762 South and 700 West, Grant 'County. Saturday, February 20th, 1971 at 1:00 p.m. JTRACTORS & EQUIPMENT:. 1963 Ford 4000 tractrjr with 2000 hrs.; Ford scoop with quick hitch, 66 in. bucket; 1948 Ferguson tractor with scoop, radio and wheel weights; kllis Chalmers tractor complete with Heathouser, 3 bottom 14 in. mounted plow and radio; 13 x 28 tractor duals; Lil- jstron 4 row cultivators. with 3 point hitch, like new- Ferguson rear grader blade; I.H.C. cub cadet with 36 in. rotary mower, grader, blade and sycle bar; Ford 2 row cultivators; Ford high clearance spring back plow. E PLEMENTS: John Deere 8 ft. wheel disc; 28 ft. John ere elevator with motor; 11 ft. wheel disc; 11 ft. Itipacker; side delivery rake; good 6 ft. Shultz stock jchopper; John Deere 494 planter with fertilizer and herbi- side att.; John Deere 7 ft. rotary mower; 8 ft. cultipacker; I.H.C. manure spreader; Mayrath 7 row trailer type sprayer; New Idea 1 row corn picker;. 7 row mounted weed sprayer; John Deere 7 ft. grain drill; John Deere wagon with hydraulic lift and good bed; Cross 32 ft. elevator; 2 {section harrow; s 7 ft. tandem disc; 2 wheel implement (trailer; tractor umbrella; 2 rubber tire wagons with hoists land flat beds; hydraulic ram'tor Allis; John Deere 7 ft. (power mower; cement mixer; Black & Decker 6 1/2 in. jpower saw'; Mall chain saw. (MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES: 4 good hog houses; hog jfount; 5 ft. hog feeder; herders; log chains; scoop and {shovels; implement cylinders; fence charger; 60 gal. oil tank with pump; some chain link fence and other arUcles. Terms: Cash Not responsible for accident. MAURICE & DELMUS BUROKER: OWNERS Eddie Nash, Auctioneer, Windfall phone 595-3S03 O. B. Swinford, Auctioneer, Elwood phone 552-6089 Kenneth Jackson, Clerk

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