ATI 1 HI)AY, MARCH 6, 1971 THE TIPTON (INDIANDAILY TKIBUNE CLASSIFIED RATES 1 insertion 5? 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 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.3p.m. for insertion next day. Saturday, call before 9 a.m. CANCELLATION- Preceding day CLASSIFIED DISPLAY- 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 — A profitable small " business, restaurant, grocery and gas. Hobbs, Indiana. 3 room apartment upstairs. 6752163 or 675-6548. C-56 FOR SALE T - Agriculture limestone. Ed Henry. 675-7235 P-59 FOR SALE — 3" Stainless Steel flex tube for exhaust, 72"inch steel tapes 59?, Chev, 1. ton axles, gears, transmissions at LEVI'S. P-55 FOR SALE — Jim Beam bottles. 675-7255. C-55 FOR SALE — G.E. 21" TV console. Doca Quick A German camera. Antique Illinois Gold -watch. 321 E. Washington. Call after 5, 675-6269. P-55 FOR SALE — A lot, 100x200, in addition. 675-6896 after 5. • C-55 FOR SALE — Mosrite lead guitar and case. Gibson falcon amplifier, with reverb. Call 675-7285. P-55 FO*R SALE — Flex steel Early American 4 cushion couch, brown nylon cover, $200. 6756940. ' C-56 FOR SALE .. R.C. .Webb, Arcadia. Hay,. 50? a bale. 3 miles east of P-56 FOR RENT — Nice 2 bedroom unfurnished apartment. Private .entrance, adults. 675. 4304. TF FOR RENT — 4 room furnished upstairs apartment. Adults or one child. 409 Oak St. TF FOR RENT — Furnished upstairs . 3 room apartment. Heat and water furnished. In Tipton. 552-6953. P-56 FOR RENT « 3 room upstair apartment. Heat and water furnished. Adults. 675-2522. C-57 ' MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE — Owner occupied nicely furnished 12 x 60 mobile home, 10 x 20 patio cover. TV antenna. On a 52 1/2 x 145 ft, lot. Two-car white cement, gas heated garage, 2 floor drains. 25 x 25 ft. parking area. Sidewalks and shurb- bery. $8900. Located at 710 Poplar St, Tipton, Ind. Ph. 675-4051. : P-61 FOR SALE -- Clean 1960 2 bedroom 10 x 50 trailer. 773, 1027. P-59 FOR SALE —Used piano. 675-» 6049. C-56 FOR SALE — Aluminum sidingi Storm windows-doors. Kool-. Vent Awnings.. A. J.' Butz 675-2646. C-TF FOR SALE — Genie garage openers by Alliance from $139.95. George Morrisett 6752096. TF LIVESTOCK FOR SALE — 450 good to choice Hereford and Angus calves. All weights. Thorne Cattle Co., Marion.662-7516. C-58 USEDCARS FOR SALE at TRADE — 1967 Buick 225 Electra, 4 door hardtop. 1968 Chev. Van V-8, low mileage. Phone 675-4046. ' P-56 FOR RENT Male Help Wanted HELP WANTED — Man, prefer • farmer background, good clerical, sales ability for office - and general work. Grain, feed, and fertilizer business. Call 963-5386 or evenings and weekends 963-5375. C-57 HELP WANTED —Deliveryboys at Circle Pizza. Call, in person after 4'p.m. Monday. Ill W. Jefferson. C-57 Female Help Wanted TYPBT NEEDED - Electric : normal or above requirements for G.P.M... 45 hours per week - opening sometime in June or before. Apply Box AA. Tipton Daily Tribune. C-61 HELP WANTED — Lady to live in and care for elderly lady. 675-4011. TF WANTED FOR RENT -:- 3 room furnished apartment, upstairs. 675-4875 C-58. .FOR RENT —.3 room furnished apartment 304 1/2 S. Main. =675-6812. TF For Sale: Large 2-bedroom, completely-redecorated home in Goldsmith Attached garage on a large lot with numerous shade trees. A bargain at $7,500. 3-Bedroom home in Tipton needs a little paint to be a very comfortable home. Cash or contract at $6,000. Jeff Orbaugh Real Estate 963 2749 Goldsmith USD A Agricu.ltural Stabilization and Conservation Service FRONT WHEEL ALIGNMENT WHEEL BALANCE TUNE UP: EBERT'S ARCQ SERVICE* filAL 675-7125 SINCLAIR IS ARCQ HOOVER TAX SERVICE ;—:>' H&R Block graduate. Phone ' 675-2754. P-70. For Sale— 3 Bedroom. Excellent in town location. Close to park, swimming pool and high 'school. Very large lot. For Sale— 4 Bedroom. Recently remodeled; New hot water heating system. Very good location on West Jefferson. 2 Story. Fully carpeted up and down. For Rent— 1/2 Double. Near town. Call 675-2178 Ask for Phil Smith Real Estate Broker Front End Alignment Brake Reline Monroe Shocks Mufflers & Pipes' Wheel Balancing SMITH TIRE . Phone 675-6165 , Carolyn Coy TAX SERVICE — H & R Block graduate. 221 S. Main. Evenings and Saturday afternoon by appointment. Phone 675-6960. TF SAVE Bigl Do your own rug and upholstery cleaning with Blue . Lustre. Rent Electric Sham- pooer $1. Carney's Drug Store. C-55 FEED SALESMAN Salesman to handle our Livestock Yeast Culture Premises and Non Pollutant Organic Soil Fertilizers, selling direct to Farmers in this territory. Write or call Sales Dept., Box 146, Van Wert, Ohio. Tel-Area419-363-2881 SERVICES RAY BROWN Roofing and Carpenter work. 552-3238. P-66 STARK BRO'S — ROSES, FLOWERING SHRUBS AND TREES will make your yards and environment more beautiful. Ed Schweitzer, Rep. 675-6714 . p.m.'s. P-55 WANTED — Babysitting of office work in my home. Phone 675-6796. C-58 WANTED — Babysitter. in my home afternoons. References required. 675-6455 after .6 p.m. P-58 WANTED TO BUY ATTENTION MR. FARMER — Wanted all species of saw timber and Black Walnut Reply to Larry H. Frye, R.R. 2, Edinburg, Indiana 46124. P-54 • WANTED TO BUY H. WE NEED USED FURNITURE Top Dollar— Fast Pick-up 552-5315 EARLYWINE'S E. Krige, Tipton. Co. WANTED TO BUY — Antiques, furniture andmiscellaneous items of large or small estates. 452-4274. C-64 LOST & FOUND LOST -- Part Dachshund with wavy black hair near Ekin. 758-5973, call collect. P-57 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Paint Glass Radiator Repair BODY SHOP 445 Sweetland 675-6847 PERSONAL CARD OF THANKS Our sincere thanks to everyone who made our Golden Wedding Anniversary such a happy day. For .the lovely flowers, cards, gifts and phone calls. For the help of friends and especially we want to thank our sons and their families for making our day so lovely and mem- T.V. RENTALS — For hospital orable. room $1.00 per day. Phone Elwood 552-3796. p-56 Dr. and Mrs. Otto Hughes Auction Service WE TAKE... * Ioniignm«nt» for Auction. * Sptcial Salat. * Antiqut Salts. •^Liquidations. Plenty of Stats.' Nlca Warm Building. .—• APPRAISALS — EARLYWINE'S 1st A Main 552-5315 SEPTIC TANK.Cleaning. Raymond Tragesser. ' Call 5527162 or 675-2163. . C-TF TV Service Doug Merchant PORTABLE WELDING — Water line thawing. Tony Hancock 947-3832.- TF FOR SALE — 7 room home, partially remodeled. Immediate possession. Phone 5954705. C-56 FOR SALE — House at 233 W. Washington. Full basement, garage on corner lot. 675- 6639. TF PRINCESS GARDNER "SPORTIF" ACCESSORIES Smart new alliance of textures and frjrris ... accessories of smooth, lustrous Western Cowhide, accented with Genuine Alligator and mini-nails. InBrown only. "Tri-Partite" French Purse r.;... 1 ...........,$750 • KEY CARD*.;..Case fpr Keys ..J $3.50 Other matching pieces from $3.50 Earl G. Rhodes Jeweler LIVERPOOL, England (UPI) — A local hospital has launched a program to cure betting addicts by admitting them for IS days and then subjecting them for hours on end to loudspeakers blaring out the latest results with a background of -betting shop noises and commentaries. So far, there has been a 50 per cent cure rate. "After listening to all that for up to 12 hours a day, they just get bored with gambling," a doctor said. • • The 1971 feed grain set-aside program was designed to give all participants several options while at the same time providing them with farm income protection, thereby eliminating the needj for a special'small-farm'provi sion, according to a local farm program official..Some inquiries have been received, he said, about the absence of a small farm provision in the new feed grain) program. "If farmers keep in mind that DAILY CROSSWORD 5. King: iSp.i 6. "Rule -; Britannia" i composer 7. "IPagli- acci" . heroine S. Needlefish 9. Hot season in Paris . 10. 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Casaba, for example DOWN 1. Light source 2. Thought 3. As a joke (2 wds.) 4. Go astray DAILY CRYPTOQUOTE — Here's how to work it: AXYDLBAAXR I is LONGFELLOW One 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 the words - are all hints. Each day the code letters are different. A Cryptogram Quotation . kvF I G V CAGVM NLGUE;'TUPGC U V Y.K QUV Y KN NLGUE H R V CLKM- HRC. KVM CH MRUVMTG KRKF UVNH CLKMHRC NLGBGHS.— LKEG yesterday's Cryptoquote: USUALLY YOU DONT BUY STRING. IT COMES TO YOU AND YOU TAKE IT OFF AND SEND IT OUT AGAIN.—A. A. MILNE (0 1971 King Features Syndicate. Inc.l ~ PICK MATURE MAN LEICESTER, England (UPI). — Students at Leicester University have picked a 50-year-old grandfather to be president of their union. He is Wilf Dillon, who has been studying politics for two years. The students said they chose him "because we felt he'd make mature decisions." PROPER NAME ' LONDON (UPI)-The 52- year-old man reported to police a buildup of gasoline ," in a carburetor exploded r and . wrecked his brand-new car.ithe man's name is Eugene Bangs. SPECIAL while 1199 lbs. last Ch icken G izzards, 98C;qt.; livers, $1*23 qt. Bowl-O-Drome, . ' C-57 this year price-support payments will be based on set-aside acreage and not on feed grain production; then they can see one big reason wny the smallfarm provision was hot include," said Carl Retherford who is Chairman of the Tipfon County Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation (ASC) Committee. In earlier feed grainprograms he explained, participating ar- mers were-required "to plant feed grains in order to receive . price-support payments. Since many farmers who had bases of 25 acres or less seldom found it worthwhile to plant any grain, they did not qualify for these payments. -To compensate, payment was made to them for required diversion. This was thg "small farm" • special provision. For diversion in addition to their e- . quired acreage diversion, they were paid at the same rate as large farms. However, .under the 1971 feed grain set-aside program, the set- aside payment will be made for required diversion and this payment will be made to.every participant, even if he plants no crop on his land. "It is.highly probable that the set-aside payment will be "as large or larger than the payment for required diversion which the producer with the small feed grain base received last year," Retherford said. The ASC Committee Chairman also explained that under the 1971 feed grain program no additional diversion will be authorized beyond the required set-aside acreage. This, he said, is due to the possibility of a feed grain supply substantially less than is needed to feed the nation's livestock and to maintain U,S. export markets. Therefore, no participant in the 1971 feed grain program will receive payment for additional diversion. A participant in the program : will set aside a required percentage- of his feed grain base and will set aside a required_percentage of his feed grain base and will maintain his farm's conserving base. In return, he will receive a. set-aside payment and will also be free to plant his acreage to feed grains or not, as he chooses. This means some 'small farm' producers will continue as before not to plant'feed grains, while others will be able to farm more efficiently because they can plant feed grains well in excess of their small base. If for some'reson a program par- ticipant finds it impractical t'< plant a crop himself he is Tree to lease out the acreage, except for the set-aside and conserving base, for any use he wishes. "For these reasons and because of the number of options open to the farmer with the small feed grain base, no special 'small farm' provisions are contained in the 1971 feed grainset-aside program," Retherford said. Today's^ Almanac Today is Saturday, March 6, the 65th day of 1971 with 300 to follow. The moon is between its first quarter and full phase. The morning stars are Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Mercury. The evening star is Saturn. On this day in history: In 1836 Mexican .forces captured' the Alamo at San Antonio, Tex., killing the last of 187 Americans who had held out for 13 days. In 1857 the U. S. Supreme Court, handed down its landmark^ Dred Scott decision. It ruled that Scott, a Negro slave, could not sue for his freedom in a federal court. In 1964 King Paul of Greece died at the age of 62 and was succeeded by his son, Prince Constantine. Three years later, Constantine was sent into exile by a military regime. In 1968 long time Congressman Joseph Martin, former speaker of the House, died at 83. THIS IS A TOWN! ^ Let us welcome you. Phone 675:4492 ^ the Most Famous toliet in the WwM '
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