The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on February 23, 1971 · Page 5
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, February 23, 1971
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Til-; SI) AY, FEBRUARY 23, 1971 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE 3 Bedroom modern ranch home with attached 2 car garage. Wall to vail carpet, plenty of shade. 2 miles south of Tipton.. 328 S. Conde St - 6 room modern house with attached garage, has extra building that could be used for a business and also an extra lot Ash St. - All modern 3 bedroom wall to wall carpet, central air conditioner, less than 8 years old. 221 W. Madison St. - 2 story 7 room modern. Close to downtown. All Brick - 3 bedroom, 2 car garage, HW heat on high and dry lot. 624 North East St. - 4 room modern with attached garage. All bedford stone home on St Rd. 19, 5 miles south of Tipton. . 2 Apartment house. Good neighborhood. Rental income will pay for it Business - Formerly Master Mix Elevator, 213 ft frontage on N. East St . Business Building - E. Wash• iagton St Price $4250. Lot- Roosevelt Park Addition, Tipton $}000. Wooded Lot 3 1/2 miles west of Cicero on blacktop. " Greentown -2 bedroom modern with full basement and 2 car garage. Price $24, 500. Atlanta - 4 bedroom modern, attached garage, enclosed front porch, 3 lots, 9x20 work shop. Way below replacement cost $13,500. Atlanta - County Line Road, 3/4 Acre with 5 room house Price $4000, $500 down on contract Arcadia - E. Main, St, 6 room modern. Priced" to sell at $9000. Arcadia - E. Main St, 2 story home, barn and 4 acres that could be developed for a business site. ;• Arcadia - Lot, on blacktop 1 mile west 131 Acres - 100 tillable, modern home . and barn. Might consider contract 100 Acres - 60 tillable, good building site.' Close to Logansport No buildings, real investment ' 80 Acres - Blacktop road on two sides. Prime develop. ment site. 100S-400E, Howard County. 72 Acres - Apple orchard with modern home and cold storage bldg. north of Peru 21/2 Acres - Prime development' site. Joins Cicero Heights on the East. 2. Acres - 6 room modern home, garage, barn. Immediate possession. 3 mil northwest Tipton. Price $13 500. SOLD - 326 Columbia Ave., 6 room modern with full basement SOLD - 323 W. Madison St 5 room . modern close _ to Jefferson School. SOLD - 1008 N. Main St, 10 Room modern, 2 apartment house SOLD - 7 room modern house and 2 lots, W. Sycamore St Kempton SOLD - 80 Acres, improved. 76 tillable, Tipton County SOLD - 1 Acre, with 8 room modern, Kempton.' SOLD - Lot, 100x200 on UJS. 31 N. "Tour Real Estate Problem Is Our Business" JOE ROSS - Realtor 221S. Main St Ph 675-6492 Ed Lyke Kokomo 453-2726 FOR SALE FOR SALE —— Clover hay, wire tied, no rain, also Ferguson side delivery jrake, three point hitch. Between 4:30 p.m. and .'• 8:30 p.m. Phone 675-6978. Clarence Airisbury. P-49 FOR SALE — Genie garage openers by Alliance from $139.95. George Morrisett 6752096. TF FOR SALE --; Aluminum siding. Storm windows-doors.- Kool- Vent Awnings. A. J.' Butz 675-2646.' C-TF; PETS FREE: Playful male pup; Wants home with children. 6754848. C-49 FOR RENT FOR RENT —1/2 double, 4 room and bath. Gas heat. Adults only. Write Box F%' Tipton Tribune. . C-24 FOR RENT ~ N 4 room apartment completely furnished. Air * conditioned, carpeted. Private entrance. Adults only. 675-6021. 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-i ished except electricity. Reference required and damage deposit 316 N. Independence St., Tipton. Phone Russiaville ; .883-7129. . T-48 FOR RENT — Upstairs 2 bedroom unfurnished apartment. Stove and refrigerator furnished. Adults, or one child. .675-6639. TF FOR RENT — Two rooms, bath, " upstairs, with three rooms utility downstairs. 675-4478. P-49 FOR RENT — Upstairs 2 bedroom, heated apartment. Adults. Call 675-2922. C-50 FOR RENT — Nice 2 bedroom unfurnished apartment Private entrance, adults. 6754304. TF LOST & FOUND LOST — T.H.S. parking lot, boys black framed eye glasses. Contact Gerry Williams. Call 947-3314 or 947-2583. C-47 LOST — 2 Beagle pupsi Reward. Call 675-2853. P-50. LOST — One pair of glasses, colored contact lenses in black case. My name on inside. 595-3367. P-45 WANTED TO BUY • WANTED TO BUY 4 WE NEED USED FURNITURE Top Dollar— Fast Pick-up 552-5315 EARtYWIHE'S E. Edge, Tipton, Cu. Female Help Wanted HELP WANTED — LPN , cook, experienced nurses' aides. 317/984-3326. Mrs. Wilson. C-49 WANTED WANTED — Babysitting, also ironings. Any time. 1211/2 Poplar. P-50 SERVICES FRONT WHEEL ALIGNMENT WHEEL BALANCE TUNE UPi- EBERT'S ARCO SERVICE? ©IAL 675-7125 SINCLAIR IS ARCO PORTABLE WELDING — Water line thawing. Tony Hancock 947-3832. TF Front End Alignment Brake Re line Monroe Shocks Mufflers & Pipes Wheel Balancing SMITH TIRE Phone 675-6165 Paint Glass Radiator Repair BODY SHOP 445Sweetland 675-6847 FRONT-END Smith. Tire Indep. St ALIGNMENT — Service, 115 N. Phone 675-6165. TF TELEVISION SCHEDULE I • . <• • • • • I: Auction Service r ""^"" m T^^'TT mmm ^^J mmm "^, WE TAKE... *> Consignment* for Auction. • Sptcl.l Salt.. • Antique Salts. • •Liquidation*. . Plenty of Scats. Nlca Warm Building. — APPRAISALS — EARLYWINE'S 1st A Main 552-5315 SEPTIC TANK Cleaning. Raymond Tragesser. Call 552-. 7162 or 675-2163." C-TF. RAY BROWN Roofing-and Carpenter work. 552-3238. P-66 TREAT rugs right, they'll be a delight if cleaned with Blue Lustre. Rent Electric Sham- pooer $1. Carney's Drug Store. C-49 CORN GROWERS DEKALB XL HYBRIDS — Galveston 13213 C-47 Today's Almanac Today, is Tuesday, Feb. 23, the 54th day of 1971. The moon is between its last quarter and new phase. The morning stars are Mercury, Venus, Mars and Jupiter. The evening star is Saturn. Those born on this day are under the sign of Pisces. On this day in history: ..In 1847 Gen. Zachary Taylor and U.S. troops defeated Mexican Gen. Santa Ana in the battle of Buetia Vista, Mexico. In 1942 a Japanese submarine fired 25 shells at an oil refinery near Santa Barbara, Calif. $k _ months after the attack on" Pearl Harbor. In 1945. six members of the 5th Division of the U.S. Marines planted ah American flag atop Mount Suribachi on Iwo Jima. A thought for today: American playwright Irwin Shaw said: "there are too many books I haven't read, too many places I haven't seen, too many memories I haven't kept long • enough." LEGATEES AND CREDITORS ESTATE OF ' • "•! •' Sarah C. Pumphrey, Deceased No. 3224 In Tipton Circuit Court Calendar Term, 1971 ' ' Notice Is nerebjr given that Samuel' R'. • Pumphrey as administrator of said estate, - has filed his 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 bearing and. action In said Court oo the 1st day of March 9:00 a.m„ 1971 ID the courthouse' In Tipton, Indiana, at which time all heirs, legatees and creditors ••" of said estate are required to appear and show . cause, If any there 'be why said account and vouchers should 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 y {hterested, are hereby required to appear at said time and place and make proof of their heirship or claim to any part of said estate. ' Paul H. Jones Cleric Circuit Court Tipton, Indiana Wilson Wheatley, Attorney L-85 . P-39-45 Desert Flower So Dry Anti-Perspirant The anti-perspirarit that keeps you so dry, so odor-free. So Dry Anti-Perspirant's got real staying power and comes with the delicate Desert Flower fragrance. In Spray, Cream, and Roll-On. • Cream 2 oz. reg. $100, Now50^ Roll-On 2 oz. reg. $100, Now 50? Spray 8 oz. $200 size, Now $.°° Limited Time Only CARNEY'S DRUGSTORE 6:00 O (B) Dick Von Dyk O Early Report. O Big News BEJ Eyewitness Newt 03 Whot's New 6:30 O Daniel Boone A river pirate plans to trade' rifles to the Indians so they can drive the settlers from Kentucky. Q Early Report (Cont'd) O Big News (Cont'd) fEJ ABC News FT*]. Miiterogers 7:00 | O Daniel Boone (Cont'd) O NBC News O CBS News E Beat the Clock Q (B) Know Your Antiques Ralph and Terry Kovel discuss collecting and restoring antiques. ' 7:30 O I.U. Basketball Michigan at Indiana O Julio Dr. Chegley devises o unique way to help Corey and Earl. in. their efforts to win a camping trip. O Beverly Hillbillies Drysdale's beleaguered bank secretaries invite Elly May to become one of' them, - knowing . their boss .will not risk antagonizing a Clompett. 13 Mod Squad ... j ' ' ' .Julie assumes the -identity .'of a dead undercover agent to expose the leader of a narcotics ring. 03 (B) Bridge 8:00 G) Basketball (Cont'd) •O Bid Cosby Special Bill Cosby ploys host to Burgess Meredith, Nancy Wilson, Herb Edelman and Johnny. Brown, Billy Eskstine and Dizzy Gillespie. O Green Acres . Hooterville's annual carpenter's ball threatens to drive a wedge into the happy home life of the. Douglas family.. (3 Mod Squad (Cont'd) - 03 (B) forsyte Saga Repeat of Sunday's program. 8:30 O Basketball (Cont'd) O Cosby (Cont'd) O Hee Haw Tom T. Hall, Connie Eaton, Bobby Bore and Susan Raye ore scheduled to visit: tQ Movie of Week "Longsfreet" (TV Movie), starring Jomes Franziscus-, Bradford DiII- mon and John Nolan. .A criminal insurance investigator is permanently blinded in a mysterious explosion that also results in -the death of his wife. ' " 03 (B) Forsyte (Cont'd; 9:00 0 Basketball (Cont'd) O Tuesday Movie "Eye of the Cat" (1969),-starring Michael Son-ozin and Goyle Hunnicutt. A young man with an abject fear of cats becomes the innocent go-between, in o dia­ bolical plof to usurp an eccentric woman's fortune O Hee (E) Mo 03 Tlie Advocates "Should Your State Adopt c • Trial Preventive Detention tute?" t- :t Haw (Cont'd) ovie J (Cont'd) O David Pre- Sta- 9:30 Frost' Sen. George - McGovern, Delia Reese and Sid Caesat ore David's guests. (Joined in progress.) Q Movie (Cont'd) O In The Family Mike invi spend the! house but from Archie. CD 03 a a Movie) (Cont'd) Advocates (Cont'd) 10:00 (Cont'd) (Cont'd) Frost Movie (Continued on page six) "Advertisement" WOMEN PREFERPILL Since a woman's emotional attitudejs are known to influence how well she does on birth control, pills, physi-* cians are extremely interested in female preferences as to the packaging of their oral contraceptives. An objective survey of female likes and dislikes was -i W E D N E S D Associate Store " A Y New Management CLIFF & CAROL TONJES - OWNERS 107 Court T »Pto n . completed recently by Stewart pendent fact-finding organi- ,zation with. .20 years' ex- 1 • perience in the market research field. • To gather the findings "on female preferences in pill -packages; a random sample of women aged 18 to 44 took part in direct, private interviews. Spread, before them on the interviewer's table were examples of 10. dif-, fereht kinds of. contracep; tive packages. - '. , By a margin of almost three-to-one ;(63% versus 22%) over their. second choice, the women selected the DIALPAK Tablet Dispenser- as the. one they would ."most prefer to use,'-' and by over, (58%.versus 18%). the "most convenient-' oral contraceptive . package. The • survey showed that women prefer the'DIALPAK method of removing the pills;;that they consider, this package, the "most "modern." easy, and presenting the fewest possible problems. ' The majority (52%) who had used this package felt no improvement in it was Surveys, es a young couple to night at the Bunker runs into objections. 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Corporation, which puts its Ortho-Novum Tablets in the DIALPAK, • is considering their- suggestion. ' The Women whpjook part in the survey made it clear that in | general they think oral contraceptive packages should ' protect small, signed: not be 'medicinal qonceal as well as the tablets; be flat and simply de|be easy to use—but oo large or appear NOW ENROLLING FOR CLASSES IN COSMETOLOGY BEGINNING March 16 -April 2?: June 29 The March Class ONLY- SPECIAL REDUCED TUITION RATES — Financing Available — For Further Information. Call 457r27B0 CATALINA BEAUTY COLLEGE 119 W. SYCAMORE

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