The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on February 26, 1971 · Page 7
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 7

Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, February 26, 1971
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lvlUDAY, FEBRUARY 26. 1971 : THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED RATES 1 - insertion 5? per word 2 insertions 8? per word 3 insertions lOf per word 4 insertions 12f,per word 5 insertions - 14? per word 6 insertions 15? per word Minim urn 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 x CLASSIFIED DBPLAY- Classified per col. inch $1.10 1 inch daily per month $22.00 Each additional inch — $13.00 Rates Quoted Are Local FOR SALE FOR SALE — Two 22 ft. extension ladders in good condition. Very reasonable. 5525456 evenings. P-49 FOR SALE — Clover hay, wire tied, no rain, also Ferguson side delivery rake, three point hitch. Between 4:30 p.m. and 8:30. p.m. Phone 675-6978. Clarence Amsbury.. P-49 FOR SALE — Like new gas range, breakfast set; utility cart, coffee table, single bed, 2 utility cabinets, dining room suite, white chest and 2 small tables. 963-5913 or 963-2318 after 5.. . C-48 FOR SALE -- Genie garage openers by Alliance from $139- .P5. George Morrisett 6752096. . TF FOR S'ALE — Aluminum siding. • Storm windows-doors. Kool- Vent Awnings. A. J. Butz 675-2646. C-TF; CLASSIFIEDS PAY FOR SALE — Agriculture limestone. Ed Henry. 675-7235 \ T-59 FOR SALE — Repossessed, 1 take over payments on three rooms of furniture including refrigerator, stove, dinette set, living room suite, end table and lamps, bedroom suite, box springs and mattresses, plus portable TV set. Balance due $280. Thrift Furniture, 3112 East Markland, 2 miles east ' of Kokomo on Highway 35 north side. Open evenings till 9 p.m. Sunday 1 to 6. Phone 452-6749. Drive a little, save a lot. P-50 PUBLIC AUCTION SALE Saturday at 12:30 o'clock, 1405 Main St., Elwood. Month end sale, everything auctioned. Truck load of new furniture and used furniture, several. ar -Hques, new living room sui­ te2 and 3 piece outflts : . recliners, casual chairs, 2us- ' ed bedroom suites, portable TV, refrigerator with freezer ' across top, coffee table and end table, 2 dinette suites, ra-_ dib, lots and lots of furniture and misc. Mgr. Hansford Barker. C-47 USED CARS FOR SALE — Your choice, 1970^ Chevrolet 4 door sedan, power brakes, steering, factory air, radio, black vinyl interior, less than 10,000 miles. Full warrantee. l96701dsmobile4door 98 luxury sedan, full power, factory air, radio, with rear speaker, telescopic tilt steering wheel, low mileage, good tires, just State inspected. Both cars can be financed. Call 675-6651 after \4 p.m. C-49 FOR RENT WANTED PETS FOR - SALE 675-2287. Beagle hounds. ' ° C-49 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE] FOR SALE —3 bedroom all modern home on 9 acres, more or less, in Tipton Co. 758-4703. \ P-52 FOR SALE House at 233 W. Washington. Full basement, garage on corner lot.' 6756639. C-52 LIVESTOCK FOR SALE" — 200 feeder pigs 40 to 100 lbs. One lor all. 8 -second litter sows mixed. 292-2321 or 292-2238. C -49 NOTICE ADMINISTRATRIX'S j SALE OF REAL ESTATE The undersigned administratrix with the wiir annexed, pursuant to an order of the Howard Circuit Court will offer for sale on | SATURDAY. MARCH 6 at the home of the decedent located North of the Post Office to the end of the street in the Town of West Middleton, Indiana, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock a.m. and-from day to day' thereafter until sold, the following described real estate located and situated in the Town of West Middleton, Howard County, Indiana, to-wit: ' Lot Number Thirteen (13) in Highlawn Addition to the Town of West Middle- •._ ton TERMS OF SALE: Purchasers will be required to pay the sum of 20% down on the day of sale and the balance of the purchase price as soon as the administratrix with the will annexed can furnish the purchaser with an abstract of title certified to date showing an insurable title and a deed approved by the Judge of the Howard Circuit Court. The estate will pay taxes for the year 1970 payable in the year 1971. Purchaser will be required^ to pay all taxes thereafter. This is a nice five-room house with utility bath, one-half basement, new gas furnace and water heater, plaster interior, black walnut woodwork, 1 1/2 car garage and good driUed well. , Interested purchaser's should contact Pauline Guge, the administratrix with the will annexed to see the home in advance of the sale date. - Bishop & Bishop • 19 South Center Street Flora, Indiana 46929 Attorneys for Administratrix Telephone Ne. Flora (219) 967-4137 CYLVA GE.MORE ESTATE Pauline Guge Box 72, Burlington, Indiana Administratrix with the Will Annexed Telephone No., Burlington (317) 566-3340 • FOR RENT -i 2 bedroom trailer. 292-2551. ,- P-53 FOR RENT — Two upstairs a- parttnent, 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 — Upstairs 2 bedroom unfurnished apartment. Stove and refrigerator furn- • ished. ! Adults or one child. 675-6639. TF FOR RENT — Two rooms, bath, upstairs, with three rooms utility downstairs. 675-447JB. 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 FOR RENT — Upstairs apartment, $55. . No utilities furnished. References. Call 6752226 after 5. C-49 FOR RENT — Unfurnished upstairs apartment. 3 rooms and bath. Within 2 blocks from town. Heat and water . furnished. Phone 675-6312 after 5 p.m. P-49 FOR RENT — Half of double. Three large rooms. Furnished or unfurnished. Close to town. Damage deposit and reference required. Phone 675-4590. P-50 FOR RENT — 1/2 double, 4 room and bath. Gas heat. Adults only. Write Box F %Tipton Tribune. C-49 LOST & FOUND • - & LOST — 2 Beagle pups. Reward. Call 675-2853. P-50 Male Help Wanted SEMI DRIVERS NEEDED -Experience helpful but not necessary, for local and over the road hauling. You can earn $10,000 to $15,000 per year after short training. . For application and interview, call 317-632-1464 or write Safety Dept., United System's, Inc., % Motor Freight Terminal Bldg., 1905 S.Belmont Avenue, Indianapolis. Indiana 46221. C-48 DRIVERS NEEDED - We train you to be a semi driver, local and city training now available. Earn over $4.50 per hour after short training. For application and interview call 317-636-5435, or write. Sheridan Truck Lines, %truck Line Driver Training, 1310 S. West St., Indianapolis, Indiana 46225 C-48 Female Help Wanted HELP WANTED -- LPN.cook, experienced nurses' aides. 317/984-3326. Mrs. Wilson. C-49 HELP WANTED - Lady to live in and care for elderly lady. 675-4011. : TF WANTED — Babysitting, also ironings. Any time. 1211/2 Poplar. P-50 WANTED TO BUY City Cab 24hr Service James Sawders Billje Green MANAGERS 675-7369 • WANTED TO BUY H WE NEED USED FURNITURE Top Dollar— Fast Pick-up 552-5315 EARLYWINE'S E. Fflge, Tipton. Co. SERVICES PORTABLE WELDING—Water line thawing. Tony Hancock 947-3832. TF POST BUILDINGS Commercial - Farm Call Collect 317-985-2541 FRONT-END "ALIGNMENT — Smith Tire Service, 115 N. Indep. St. * Phone 675-6165. r • TF Auction Service ; WE TAKE... *Xontignments for Auction. • .Special Sales. s • Antique Salts. • •Liquidations. Planty of Scats. Nice Warm Building. — APPRAISALS — EARLYWINE'S By United Press International TORREMOL1NOS, Spain -A member of the board of the Academy of Arts and Sciences in Hollywood, commenting, on actor George C. Scott's rejection of an Oscar nomination for his portrayal of the title role in the film "Patton!"" "It proves one thing we've always known —a man can be a horse's neck and a great LIVESTOCK INDIANAPOLIS ' ( U PI J Livestock: . Hogs 4,400; barrows and gilts unevenly 25-1.00 lower; late and closing 50-1.00 lower;. 1 and 2, 200-240 lb 19.50,19.75; 36 head 20.00; 1 to 3, 200-270 lb 19.0019.50; ,1 to 3, 190-200 lb 18.5019.25; 2 to 4, 230-275 lb 18.5019.00; few| 3' 4 . 300 lb 17.75; 1 to 3, 170-190 lb 15.00-18.50; sows 25-75 lower; 1 to 3,330-600 lb 16.50-17.25^ 26 head 290 lb 17.50;. 2 and 3, 330-650 lb 16.0016.50; boars 13.00-13*50, few 14.00. "'" Cattle 700; calves 10; steers and heifers steady to strong; cows 50 higher; bulls steady; , high choice steers with prime end 34.00-34.75; choice 32.5034.00; good and choice 31.0032.75; good 29.00-31.00; standard and low good 26.50-29.00; high choice heifers 32.50-32.75; choice 30.50-32.50; good and choice 29.00-31.00; good 28.00-29.00; standard and low good 25.5028.00; utility and. commercial cows 18.50-20.50; high dressing utility 20.50-21.50; cutter 18.0020.00;, canner 15.00-18.00; utility and commercial bulls 23.5026.50; high ; dressing utility 27.00-28.00. Sheep 175; steady; choice and prime wooled lambs 24.50-25.00; few good with choice end; ewes steady at_6.00-7.50. " 1st A Main S52-531S SEPTIC TANft Cleaning. Ray : mond Tragesser. Call 5527162 or 675-2163. C-TF Paint Glass Radiator Repair BODY SHOP 445 Sweetland 675-6847 RAY BROWN Roofing and Carpenter work. 552-3238. P-66 FRONT WHEEL ALIGNMENT WHEEL BALANCE TUNE UP! EBERT'S ARCQ SERVICE PIAL 675-7125 SINCLAIR IS ARCO. TREAT rugs right, they'll be a delight if cleaned with Blue Lustre. Rent-Electric Sham- pooer $1. Carney's Drug' Store. C-49 Front End Alignment Brake Reline Monroe Shocks Mufflers & Pipes Wheel Balancing SMITH TIRE . Phone 675-6165 M .\THEW'S • B I'll. DIN Cv ISC .'• H < A N KKUK T, IN L . H, if.! Ph. Ared C.iilfe"' } I' .: '> A|ifr.iein f III ijl In,*'* imiii.trijl, I'l'imiiicr.n.ii !>l'i> : .. SACRAMENTO, Calif. —A state assemblyman unsuccessfully attempting to legalize' bingo in California after denying it had any underworld connections: "We know that it's a'game played by little old ladies." CHARLESTON, S. C. -The widow of Rep. L. Mendel Rivers; D-S.C., praising River's godson, Mendel J.' Davis who won nomination to succeed the late congressman: "Nobody could fill Mendel Rivers' shoes, but Mendel Davis is the man who can walk in his footsteps." FT. BENNING, Ga. -Lt. William L. Calley Jr., on trial for murders allegedly committed in Vietnam, explaining how some of the large Viet Cong body counts .were reached: "At that time anything went, into a body count, Viet Cong, buffalo, pigs, cows. If some^ thing was dead, you put it on your body count..." NO BEDS " PURDY, Wash. (UPI) Washington state's new women's prison was designed as a. rehabilitation unit without bars or penitentiary walls. But when the first 32 inmates arrived -Monday, the $4.1 million facility also was without beds. A Southern California manufacturer blamed the recent earthquake for the shipping delay, which forced the 1 first inmates to sleep on mattresses on the floor. MUTUAL. BIRTHDAY GLENWOOD, 111 (UPI)Gary Sladcik noticed he would turn 9 the same day President Nixon turned 58—Jan. 9, 1971. So he sent his good wishes to the White House. Last Saturday, Gary received a : note signed by Nixon, saying it was a pleasure to discover a mutual birthdate, and -_ hoping Gary had enjoyed turning. 9. Market Reaction Right on Schedule NEW YORK (UPI) - The market's current reaction is right "on schedule," Wright Investors Service believes. The company says the - reaction "bears a strikingly close r.esemblaice to the February, 1963, pause" which followed the 1962 bear market. Wright does not foresee the current weakness developing into "a really severe <;ell-off" because.such reaction; "do not.-follow hard on the huels of record-breaking volume, strbng-as-a-bull price advances." "A- ontrary view will not prevent i market from toppling : when it over-reaches itself," THI ALMANAC By United Press International 3 oi d' Today 57th day The phase , The Mercury] ^Jupiter. The Thosel under the is Friday, Feb. 26, the of 1971. ion is between its new first quarter, morning stars , Venus, Mars are and evening star is Saturn, born on this day are sign of Pisces. On thijs day in history: In 1815 Napoleon Bonaparte and 12,000 men left the isle of Elba to Start a second conquest of France. In 1970 Congress enacted legislation vroviding for salary increases for The vice president, Cabinet members and the speaker of the House to $12,000. The .salaries of senators and representatives rose to $7,000. In 19J1.9 Congress established Grand Canyon Park in Arizona. the Neill Letter of- Contrary Opinion says. Indeed, the analyst believes the downturn "is likely to be worse for the postponement." Neill believes the market is caught*up in a period of over-speculation and warns that experience shows "herd stampedes always get clobbered." "Construction workers need never have feared the administration's terrible swift sword — it wasn't even unsheathed!" according to Robert B. Johnson of Paine, Webber, Jackson — Curtis Inc. Johnson believes President Nixon opted for the "least possible action" when he suspended certain provisions of the Davis-Bacon Act. "Conclusions for investors appear obvious: fighting inflation now appears in fact to have been relegated to a very remote burner on the administration's range," Johnson says. Barring any unsettling news, additional weakness should be modest, _E. F. Hutton & Co. believes. The company predicts the near term pattern should be some backing and filling over a narrow range. Hutton advises that "the key to success" will be "greater selectivity." Paul Harvey said you can't buy the product at the store. Then call 675-4074. C-49 In 1935 WE NEED i USED BOATS, MOTORS ii TRAILERS Any make or size. Phone ^ 552-5315 . Now You Know By United Press International •One of the- country's biggest earthquakes hit Southern Missouri in 1811-12, covered 40,000 square miles and was felt from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico. Germany . began operation" of its air force, the Liftwaffe, under Reichraarshal Hermann Goering. , A Waldo reward to have thought for today: Ralph Emerson said, "The of a thing well done is done it." WANTED . . . Information Where can I buy Marion-Kay PURE Vanilla, Granulated sneezeless Black Pepper and other fine seasoninKS? If you don't know the answer . . . and belong to an active organization that wishes to raise money, WRITE! We have a pleasant SURPRISE for your group. MARION- KAY - Browns town, Indiana 47220

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