The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on October 19, 1964 · Page 5
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, October 19, 1964
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Monday, Oct. 19, 1964 i TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Page 5 e Almanac By United Press International Today is Monday, Oct. 19, the 293rd day of 19G4 with 73 to .follow. The moon is approaching its full phase. { The . morning stars are Jupiter. Mars and Venus. The evening stars are Saturn and. Jupiter. On this day in history: In 17S1. the lieutenant general of the British army — Lord Cornwallis — surrendered his troops at Yorktown, Virginia. In 1814, the "Star-Spangled Banner"' was sung at Baltimore for the first time. In 1936, three newspaper reporters ended their" round the world airplane race when IT. R. Ekins . landed at Lakehurst, N. J., after 18 days. In 1954, Great Britain and Egypt signed an agreement providing for the withdrawal of British troops from the Suez Canal. Wall Street Chatter NEW YORK (UPI) — Goodbody & Co. says the long-awaited, penetration on the 900 level in the Dow-Jones industrial average may have to wait until after the uncertainties of the British political situation and the upcoming election here are passed. Moreover, the firm says, | there could be some clarification/ if not modification, of the federal government's monetary policy in the meantime. Eliot Janeway warns that the caution light is flashing for investors in British stocks. Janeway says investors should take care to await political development and should also avoid getting panicky over commitments already made. A thought for the day — the German writer — Thomas A. Kempis — said: "Be not angry that you cannot make others as you wisli them to be. since you cannot make yourself as you wish." Abraham & Co. says that while Use market may cling to its present pattern until after the elections and until there is a clear reading on inflation developments and credit policy later in the year, it feels there is "little likelihood of a near term decline. Want Ads Pay BUY U. S. SAVINGS • BONDS Have you ever been asked to deliberately try to smash a fishing rod or reel? To see just how much pressure a piece of fishing gear can take? JCew products frequently get such treatment at the request of tackle manufacturers. If a rod, reel, line or lure is going to be offered for sale by a reputable company, it has to stand up under pretty rugged fishing conditions. The new Mitchell COO series conventional saltwater reels went through a year of gruelling tests before being put on the market. Sometimes machines rather than flesh and blood tackle testers are used to put equipment through its paces. For instance, a machine to open and close a bail on a spinning reel can apply the equivalent of several years normal wear in a matter of a few days. Or a rod can be machine-flexed majiy thousands of times, duplicating casts on hundreds of fishing trips. Occasionally, tackle testing indicates that a design change is needed. Perhaps a bail spring gives way after a rough testing-machine workout. A change is made. The result? Longer lasting and better quality tackle for the consumer — you. Tackle must also pass the "preference test" of fishermen.. Like the Goldilocks story, a rod has to have the right action — "not too hard" and "not too soft," but "j-u-u-tist right.'. Live bait fishermen, for instance, like rods with "c^oft action" tips — so thatcasts may be made without excessive bait-loosening snap. A new rod, the Garcia Conolon 2571 live bait spinning rod, resulted from this preference. One'interesting fact learned from tackle testing is that it is virtually impossible to pull hard enough on a quality fiber glass rod to break it. If you think you really yank on your rod. tests have indicated that the average angler using freshwater gear can put only about 10 pounds of pressure on a fish. This leads to the belief that it is not big fish which break hollow fiber glass rods, but slamming kitchen doors, auto trunk lids. etc. Tackle manufacturers would prefer to see their products handled with some care, but are aware that tackle can be accidentally damaged and that anything mechanical can break down in time. Many maintain repair departments and contract for repair stations so that damaged or worn fishing gear can be quickly fixed and put back into action. AH these efforts are designed to give the fisherman quality, long-lasting equipment, and to make sure that the big one DOESN'T get away. For This Week Grid Schedule INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) Major • Indiana high school football games this week: Tuesday — Franklin at Edinburg, Aurora at Greensburg, Madison at Jeffersonville, Bluffton at Portland, Boonville at Princeton, Huntingburg at North Knox, Jasper at Salem. Wednesday — Alexandria at Madison Heights, Elvvood at West Lafayette, Noblesville at Tipton, Anderson at Frankfort, New Haven at Kokomo, Richmond at Lafayette, Muneie South at New Castle, Cambridge City, at Rushville, Kendallville at Angola, Auburn at Garrett, Columbia City at Warsaw, Fort Wayne Concordia at Decatur, Fort Wayne Elmhurst at (Fort Wayne Central, Greencastle at Crawfordsville, Bedford at Terre Haute Gerstmeyer, Tell City at Mount Vernon, Vincennes at Washington, Twin Lakes at Delphi, North Central at Indianapolis Arlington, Beech Grove at Indianapolis Chatard, Indianapolis Ripple at Indianapolis Cathedral, Indianapolis Howe at Warren Central, Indianapolis Scecina at' Indianapolis Northwest, Southport at Indianapolis Manual, Indianapolis Tech at Indianapolis Washington. Thursday — Evansville .Mater Dei at Evansville Bosse, Gary Tolleston at Gary Wallace. Friday—Hartford City at Fairmount, Huntington at Fort Wayne South, Maconaquah at Peru, Manchester at Wabash; Marion at Logansport, Evans ville Reitz at- Columbus, Connersville at Brookville, Clarksville Providence at Seymour, Greenfield .at Shelbyville, Clin ton at Linton, Honey Creek at Sullivan, West Vigo at Terre aute Garfield, Terre HauteWi- ley at Terre Haute Schulte, EVT ansville Central at Evansville Memorial, Elkhart at Mishawaka, Fort Wayne Catholic at Fort Wayne North, South Bend Clay, at Goshen, LaPorte at Michigan City, South Bend Adams at Hammond Morton, South Bend St. Joseph's at South Bend Washington, Whiting at East Chicago Roosevelt, East Chicago Washington at Hammond, Gary Emerson at Valparaiso, Gary Froebel at Gary Roosevelt, Gary Mann at Hammond Noll, Hammond Tech at Hammond Clark, Gary Andrean at Hobart, Plymouth at Bremen, Rochester at Nappanee, Indianapolis Attucks at Indianapolis Northwest, Lebanon at Indianapolis Sacred Heart, Indianapolis Shortridge at. Indianapolis Wood. Saturday — Bloomington at Martinsville, Evansville Harrison at New Albany, South Bend Central at South Bend.Riley, River ;Forest at Hammond Gavit, Louisville DeSales at Fort Wayne Luers, Indianapolis Chartrand at Indianapolis Brebeuf. OBITUARIES By United Press International OAK BLUFFS, Mass. (UPI) —Private services were planned for Nathaniel M. Elias, 69, chemical' engineer and onetime associate of Thomas A. Edison, who died of a heart ailment here Thursday night. ATTENDED SERVICES WASHINGTON (UPI) —President Johnson and his daughter Lynda' attended services Sunday at St. Mark's Episcopal Church. After the services they walked a few doors down the street to visit White House aide Jack Valenti, but found that no one was home. NEWARK, Ohio (UPI) —Private services were planned today for Dr. Games Slater, 67, a pioneer in the fiberglass industry and widely known inventor. He died of an apparent heart attack Thursday night at the airport in Columbus, Ohio. WANTED MEN - WOMEN IJncoln Service helps tlionsanda prepare for these testB every year. It I» one of Hie Inrpest and oldest privately owned schools of It* kliitl and is not connected with the Oor- eminent. For FREE Information on Government jobs, including list of positions and salaries, fill out coupon and mn!l at once — TODAY. You will also pet full details on how you can prepare yourself for flieti* testa. Don't Delay—ACT NOW! From fi*es 18 to 52. Prepare now for U.S. Civil Service job openings In this area during the next 12 months. < Government positions pay as hiph as $4-16.00 a month to start. They provide, much greater security than private* employment and excellent opportunity for advancement. Jinny positions require little or no specialized education or experience. Hut to pet one of these Jobs,, you must pass a test. The competl-' tloh Is keen and In some case only one out of five pass. LINCOLN SERVICE, Dept. 33D PEK1N, ILLINOIS I am very much interested. Please send me absolutely FREE (1) A list of U.S. Government positions and salaries; (2) Information on how to qualify for a U. S. Government Job. Name Ag« Street—, . Phone City . L-i —— State .—. Want Ads Pay DON'T CAUGHT With Your FOG* DOWN 'Warp's FLEX-O-GLASS, that is. Cover all openings NOW (doors, windows, porches) that let in cold winter "drafts. Just cut Warp's FI.EX-O-CLASS with shears, tack over screens or frames, for low-cost winter protection. Warp's genuine, crystal-clear FLEX-O-GLASS lasts for years at a fraction the cost of glass. Only 90e' a square yard at your local hardware or lumber dealer. SPECIAL BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD ER PRINT 4. NAME W CUT ALONG DOTTED RULE — J^JfELT* Tj PRINT A ADDRESS W -LAST tJAtfC" • • • •in — — CITY STATE "—"" MONTHLY FEES—Check type desired "'jf? $12 Room Allowance • Single: $ 9.05 • Family: $16.51' $16 Room Allowance • Single: 11.45 • Family: 20.68 BIRTH DATE MONTH DAY YEAR O MALE • SINGLE O MALE • MARRIED O FEMALE • OTHER Have you previously been Issued a Blue Cross and/or Blue Shield Membership which is still in effect? g YES If yes. list ] NO Identification No. FIRST NAME MILT MtNIBtKMlir LI3I »™»" U '";"V AND ALL UNMARRIED ELIGIBLE CHILDREN DATE OF BIRTH MIDDLE INITIAL MONTH f DAY YEAR AGE CHECK RELATIONSHIP 10-20-64 ACCOUNT 78420 BENEFIT CODE MODE 51 HUSB WIFE son DAU PREV. BENEFIT IFF. W.C. HO. I 1 I I I DATE ACCOUNT PAID TO i : L 1 1 I I , r • . , , I wish to enroll in the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Plans. I will remit to Mutual Hospital Insurance, Inc. the monthly fee required for the Certificates I have selected. I hereby waive notice of annual meetings of the corporations not contained in my Certificates of Membership. Without limit as to time while lama Member. I constitute the Boards of Directors of the corporations my proxy to vote in all meetings it the Members unless I am present in person. I hereby assign I _ all payments under my Blue Cross and Blue Shield Certificates to any hospital or Doctor of Medicine, respectively, supplying the services provided therein. B ENDS TUESDAY! L»— — v -j >.IHUU • ULUUni i ••• mm mm mm mm mm CUT ALONG DOTTED RULE mm mm mm mm mm mm MAIL THIS APPLICATION TODAY —BE SURE TO INCLUDE CHECK OR MONEY ORDER This special enrollment expires at midnight, October 20," 1954. Prepare yofir application carefully and completely, and be sure to check whether you want single membership or family membership. (Family membership includes spouse and unmarried children through age 19.) Mail your check or money order for one month's fee by midnight, October 20, to: Blue Cross—Blue Shield, 110 N. Illinois SL, Indianapolis 9, Indiana. Membership becomes effective October 20,19S4. BEST HEALTH CARE BUY -with choice of benefits! Here's the Indiana Blue Cross 20th Anniversary Offer—a special "open" enrollment for everyone except those employed in a group of 10 or more. It's your opportunity—for a limited time only—to get Indiana's most-wanted, most-popular health care plan. Blue Cross and Blue Shield can be yours regardless of your age or physical condition, without physical exam or health questionnaire. What's more, you have a choice of Blue Cross benefits and fees. This Anniversary Offer provides payment for hospital service for 30 days per Certificate Year plus half the cost of Certificate benefits for an additional 30 hospital days. You have yotir choice of selecting a $12 or a $16 room allowance. See the rates for single and family memberships listed at the right and read all of the details—exactly what you do get and what you don't get with Blue Cross-Blue Shield. Send your check or money order to Blue Cross-Blue Shield, 110 N. Illinois St., Indianapolis. If not satisfied, return membership Certificate within 5 days and your money will be refunded. If you join, membership becomes effective October 20. This Special Enrollment ends at midnight, Tuesday, October 20. So, if you want the health care plan endorsed by a million and a half Hoosiers, send in your application now! If you're employed in a group of ten or more and are not eligible for this Special Offer, ask your employer about the advantages of group enrollment. REMEMBER—OFFER ENDS MIDNIGHT, OCTOBER 201 BLUE CROSS-BLUE SHIELD MUTUAL HOSPITAL INSURANCE, INC. MUTUAL MEDICAL INSURANCE. INC. HOME OFFICE: 110 N. ILLINOIS ST., INDIANAPOLIS 9, INDIANA MONTHLY FEES: $ 12 Room Allowance $ 16 Room Allowance SINGLE $ 9.05 FAMILY $16.51 SINGLE $11.45 FAMILY $20.68 fifs" which are available. For example, if you weie hospitalized for ten days, you would have 20 days left that Certificate Year, Which, multiplied by four, would give you 00 days of home care. Half days cannot be- used for Home Care. BLUE SHIELD WILL PROVIDE: SURGICAL SERVICES-Surgica! allowances according to the Standard - Schedule up to $200 for operative and cutting procedures for the treatment of diseases, injuries, fractures and dislocations whether the services are rendered In the hospital,In the home or in the physician's office. ANESTHESIA—When administered in the hospital by a practicing physician other than the operating surgeon or his assistant, paid as follows: $10 for surgical allowances up to $50, and 20% of surgical allowances over $50. IN-HOSPITAL MEDICAL CARE— After at least 18 consecutive hours as a bed patient in a hospital, provides allowances for medical service in hospitals, not connected with preparation for or after care of surgical or obstetrical cases of up to $10 for the first day, $3 per day for the next 29 days and $1.50 per day for , the next 30 days on which a physician makes one or more calls not to exceed 60 days per Certificate Year. Also pro-vides for x-ray service in a physician's . office for possible fractures and dislocations, up to $15 per Certificate Year. OBSTETRICAL SERVICES-Payment for services for conditions of pregnancy is made according to the Standard Schedule. WAITING PERIODS-Maternity care and obstetrical service will be provided the member or spouse after the family membership has been in effect for 270 consecutive days. Services for tonsillectomies and adenoidectomies will be provided after the membership has been in effect for 180 consecutive days, and for pre-existing conditions after the membership has been in effect for 270 consecutive days. BLUE CROSS WILL PROVIDE: HOSPITAL SERVICES for in-patients for 30 days, plus half of the cost for an additiona!30 days during each Certificate Year as follows: ROOM AND BOARD-Up to $12 or $16 per day (depending upon the option you choose when you enroll) during the full benefit period and up to $6 or $8 per •day during the 50% period. ANCILLARY, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES—Operating room, delivery room, anesthesia when given by a hospital employee, drugs, dressings, supplies, plaster casts, oxygen therapy, administration of blood and blood plasma, x-ray-examinations, laboratory service, pathological services, electrocardiograms, basal metabolism tests, and physical therapy. OUT-PATIENT SERVICES-Payment for.above services in accident cases when provided within 72 hours of accident. Also hospital expenses for outpatient surgery (except oral surgery) physical therapy and removal of casts after hospitalization. . HOME CARE—When a member has received benefits under this Certificate as a bed patient, and is discharged from a hospital and the attending physician prescribes additional care and treatment in connection with the condition for ' which he was hospitalized, Blue Cross will provide payment of the reasonable charges for the use of the followirtg: Nursing service of a visiting nurse when available through a contracting Visiting Nurse Association; surgical and orthopedic appliances; hospital bed including orthopedic and tracr tion equipment; drugs which can be purchased only on a physician's prescription to the extent of 80% of the reasonable charges, after the member or dependent has expended the sum of $10 for such drugs. Benefits commence on the day of discharge from the hospital and continue for a period of time equal to four times the number of "unused days of full bene- BLUE CROSS-BLUE SHIELD DOES NOT PROVIDE: Hospital or doctor care for rest cures, physical examinations, observation or diagnosis only • for Injuries received on the Job arid covered by Workmen's Compensation Laws and like laws • blood and blood plasma • ambulance service • care received In a Veterans, Marine or other Federal hospital or from a Governmental agency • care for Injuries received as a result ol war • Visiting Nurse Service lor maternity or obstetrical care • care received in a health resort, rest home, custodiaHn*Ututlons, homes for the aged and similar Institutions.

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