The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 7, 1970 · Page 5
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1970 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED RATES For Sale 1 insertion I insertions 3 Insertions 4 insertions 5. insertions 6 lnsertions- 5? per word 8? per word 10? per word 12? per word 14? per word 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. FOR SALE — 11/2 horse deep-well pump.. $45. 675-2113. power Call C-55 Service charge of 25? will be added after the 10 <i»v . 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 F/ACE LOCAL 20? pe* line LIGHT FACE LOCAL Memorlan 15? per line Card of Thanks $2.00 Classified advertising - Call 675-2115 before 3 p.nu for insertion'next day. Saturday, call before 9 a.m. Cancellation- Preceding day. FOR SALE — Used Coldspbt Refrigerator. Call 675-4334. • • j.P-57 ~~ i "ANTIQUE furniture and glassware of all kinds, including Greentown, Jenkins, cut glass and R.S. Prussia." 900;East Gerhart St., Kokomo. P-55 FOR SALE ~ doll clothes. I Barbie and Ken 675-6854. JC-58 FOR SALE — AKC registered St. Bernard puppies, males. Kokomo. 452-8687. P-56 Used Cars FOR SALE — «66 3/4 Dodge truck, '57 Chevy 4 door. Ph. 675-4193 after 5:30. P-57 FOR SALE — «67 Olds Delta 88. Conv., «66 Ford Galaxie 500, 4 dr. Sedan. Phone 963! 2605. P-59 MAKE US AN OFFER — Willys Van-Station Wagon. 1961. Needs motor block. Call 6754677 after 5:00 p.m. P-56 FOR SALE — Barbie clothes for Christmas. 675-6933. Priced right. JC -58 For Rent WANTED — Lady for light housekeeping work for widow, more for home than wages. Call 552-7681 or 1914 So. L St., Elwood. C-55 WANTED — Housecleaning to do in Tipton. 675-6342. C-57 WANTED Someone who lives in Kempton and works in Tipton to deliver newspaper bundle daily except Sunday. Tipton Tribune. TF Real Estate For Sale FOR SALE — 3 bedroom Ranch style house. 2 bathrooms, enclosed sunporch. Attached garage. Call owner 675-4773. P-55 FOR SALE — Regulation! size pool table. 675-2815 after 4 p.m. C-56 FOR SALE — 7 ft. complete pool table. 1 yr. old in good condition. $239 when new. Make a good Christmas present for only $100. 675-7212. 1 C-59 FOR SALE — A.B. Dick mineo- graph duplicator, cabinet style. 675-6586.. |C-57 FOR SALE — Maternity clothes, size 14. 675-4657. !P-57 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY. j! Classified per col. inch $1.10 I I inch daily per month $22.00 Each additional inch — $13.00 Rates Quoted Are Local FOR SALE — Used gas range and refrigerator. 332 N. Independence. ! C-57 JKOR SALE — Aluminum isiding! Storm windows-doors.' KooH Vent Awnings. A. J. Butz,' 675-2646.. C-TF Pets FREE — Puppies, part Collie. 675-4720. • C-56 FOR RENT ~ 3 room furnished apartment. 675-6812. TF FOR RENT — 3 room upstairs unfurnished apartment. 234 1/2 S. Main. 675-6812. TF FOR RENT— Extra nice apartment, 2 bedroom, heat furnished, adults. 675-2922. C-55 FOR RENT — 2 bedroom house, fully carpeted, garage attached. Call after 6 p.m. 6754322. TF FOR RENT — Large apartment fully carpeted, upstairs. All utilities except electricity. References required; Mature adults. 675-6021 after 4. TF FOR RENT — 3 room, apartment. 938 N. East. 675* 4022. C-TF IS 131 Acres Improved. County. Reasonable. Tipton 4 Acres - Jackson Twp. Hamilton County. House, barn & on Blacktop road 1 Acre — North of Kempton with 8 room modern home and attached 1-1/2 car garage. Everything in tip-top condition We have others! JOE ROSS, Realtor 221S. Main St. Phone 675-6492 Services Wanted WANTED ~ Hourly housework. Experience and references, 675-4118. C-57 BUILDING or REMODELING, Carpentry, Concrete, Garages. Twenty-five years experience. Call 675-4001. TF s3E Pf IC TANK Cleaning. "Ray-* mond Tragesser. Call 5527162 or 675-2163. C-TF By Bud Sagendorf IT«S -DOWKJ AT THE COVE.. WE CAM SEE IT PBOM THE CLIFF / I. Blondie ® By Chic Young OH, PEAO- MY MONTHLY >> r^T\ ALLOWANCE ) rfSt?-^ is USED up *g» s^g> -BLONDIE--.THIS > IS HAPPEN IMS TO YOll) jV TOO OPTEN LATELY i ^—-\ WHAT YOU NEED IS MORE CAREFUL. PLANNING Brick Bradford ® By Paul Norris REDUCE safe & fast with GoBese Tablets & E-Vap "water piUs" Blue Front Drug Store. Monday P-43-49-55 SPOTS before your eyes—on your newy.carpet—remove them with Blue Lustre. Rent electric snampooer, $1. Carney's Drug Store. C-60 iltONT-END ALIGNMENT -i "Smith Tire Serv'ios, 115 N. Indep. St. Phone 675-6165; TF: Wanted To Buy Page 5 television in review By RICK DU BROW Pollution: Profits & Promises • WANTED TO BUY * WE NEED USED FURNITURE "Top Dollar— Fast Pick-up 552-5315 EARLYWINfS -^^^E^E^^^^c^^^^ WANTED TO BUY — Used 3 to 5 tumbler safe. Call 6754172 or. 675-2146. C-55 television highlights Monday Television Highlights By United Press International Monday Night Pro Football, ABC. Cleveland Browns at Houston Oilers. Color. 8 p.m. CST. "Johnny Carson Presents Sun City Scandals," NBC.. Hour variety special featuring senior citizen entertainers, among them: Louis Armstrong, Gloria Swanson, Fifi D'Orsay, Billy Gilbert, Benny Rubin, the Smoothies, Frankie Carle, Buddy Rogers, Manny Kleinn Freddie Martin. Color. 9 p.m. CST. Gunsmoke, CBS. Dillon is baffled when a priest is identified as one of two men involved in a robbery and shooting. Color. 6:30 p.m. GST. Laugh i In, NBC; With Phil Eilvers. Color. 7 p.m. CST& Bob Hope Comedy Hour, NBC. With Dorothy Lamour, Jack Benny, EngelbertTumper- dinck, Elke Sommer. Color. 8 p.m. CST. NOTICE OF ADWNBTRATION -K Da circaU Cowt of Tlpfc* Cm*?. taUuk MoUc* It bmbr If" l»i Tt» CttlMU National Bank, TWoo, UU> vu DO t>» 17 day afMmmbir, 1910, appointed: Mmimstra- toraf thi«atit*afEtU *ll .Harrlaaa,dec*aa«]. All pmons lavliic claims against said real •state vtatlar or tot on das, most tlk tba saint la said coort vltala sis mootns from UM date of tha first pasUcalloa of this BDUOB or . said claims will 01 forsvar barrtd. Dated at -Tipton. Indiana, Hits 17 da; of Monmbtr, 1910. Ross at. Hiaf ord Clark of tlx Circuit Court for Tipton Coantr, tndlsna Horaca C. Holmas, Attoma; L-«2 P-42-4S-S4 Have you ordered "your man" Knapp shoes? He will be glad you did. Call the Knapp-Shoe man, fitting you since 1952. We have gift certificates too. Walter Batts, Tipton C-55 Need carriers for route openings now and near future. Age 11 years or over. Tipton Tribune HOLLYWOOD (UPI) -Dick Van Dyke, a master of characterization, and Bill Cosby, a master at being himself, combined their special abilities Sunday night in an hour NBC- TV offering that pre-empted the high-rated "Bonanza" series. The special, packaged by Van Dyke's Company, with Cosby as the only name guest, actually worked into a 50-50 proposition, with both performers obviously enjoying themselves — and each other —and there should be a profitable ratings payoff. For viewers, the payoff was also ftere. For" while several of the sequences jwere only pretty good, there . were several segments, that were truly wondecful. Van Dyke's top contribution —a genuine masterpiece of comedy —was his portrayul of an aging classical music conductor trying to lead an orchestra. Cosby, meanwhile, offered another of his hilarious monologues on sports — this one about being on a very bad college football team s The two performers also combined for an amusing children's story —a hip tale about an ant and a grasshopper. And Vun Dyke also came up with a sequence in which he did his familiar impersonation of Stan Laurel, accompanied by Mel Berger in a very fine job as Oliver Hardy. Any imaginative video special is especially welcome these days because, at present, the tight money situation all around is resulting in a definite cutback on such shows. The effects will be more obvious to viewers next year. But as a current example, it is understood that the air date for CBS-TV's long-planned and previously announced 90-minute special marking the 200th birthday of Ludwig van Beethoven is indefinite because of the inability to find a sponsor that will foot the high cost. Another special, meanwhile — John Wayne's recent 90- minute NBCTV outing, "Swing Out, Sweet Land," a musical- comedy show based on American history, and flavored with plenty of frank, sentimental patriotism —got its expected enormous rating. Ih was the Nm. 1 show, by far, in the 70-market rankings for the week ending Nov. 29. And,; as a point of inherest, it may well be that the Wayne rating — and its huge, lead-in audience —helped get a very • high ranking, as well, for the drama that followed it on NBC- TV's "The Bold Ones"; a tale of a special commission appointed to investigate two student deaths in a campus confrontation with the National Guard, a story obviously based in the Kent Shate tragedy. This was the second half of. a two- part episode. The first part didn't do too well in the ratings, but the second half, following Wayne's show, ranked 14th among all programs in the 70market survey. PHOTOG RELEASED PHNOM PENH (UPP -A Korean television cameraman captured Nov. 22 when Cmramu- nist troops overran a. battalion of Cumbodian paratroops was released by the Viet Cong today. The Cambodian High Command said Joseph Lee, 37, was with Cambodian troops in the field, but declined to say where. He is the eighth journalist to be released by the Communists after being captured in Cambodia. Seven others have been killed and 17 are listed as missing. By LESTER L» COLEMAN, M.D. Dr. Coleman INTRODUCING FOR CHRISTMAS Olivetti (1/1 f A LETTERA 36 ELECTRIC 3 >IO < l*DU PORTABLE TYPEWRITER Also we have four other models of portable typewriters to choose from starting at $64.50. All portable typewriters are guarani carry a five year parts warranty!. . J. R. RAMSAY PRINTING CO. 116-118 North Main Stratt Tipton, Indiona 46072 year i IS EMPHYSEMA a new disease, and why are we hearing so much about it lately? Is it caused only by tobacco? J Mr. S. L. E., Iowa I'ear Mr. E.: Emphysema, a chronic lung condition, has been studied and .known for a long time. In recent years, however, more knowledge about its cause has accumulated. This mechanical enlargement of the air sa.es of the lungs is unfortunately a condition that, once established, cannot be reversed or altered, j Medical attention is devoted to keeping the.condition from becoming worse and to avoiding possible complications. It becomes obvious, therefore, that emphasis must be placed on the prevention of. this disabling chronic lung condition. j Smoking is not the only cause of emphysema. There are others.. But it must not be assumed by smokers that because there are other causes of emphysema they automatically have the "go-ahead" signal to continue to expose themselves to this extreme danger. | Undoubtedly, pollution of the air by factory fumes, uncontrolled gases and waste products play an important role in the cause and progression of emphysema. Chronic bronchitis, tuberculosis, and a host of other lung, conditions ijiay set the stage for emphysema. It is astonishing how negli­ gent our legislators and industrialists have been in establishing positive rules that will keep smokestacks from spewing their filthy and noxious gases directly into our lungs.' Sometimes it takes a personal experience to emphasize this need. When a public official became incapacitated by emphysema and had to change his occupation and locale be• cause -of it, he said, "I wonder how much more I might have done to prevent it in myself and in others." This is a sad commentary on the short-sightedness of people who are in a position to do something about pollution. Many of these people further pollute the air with, meaningless words, promises, and rhetoric, while dangerous fumes cheat us of our normal birthright to healthy living. In a technological age such as ours; it is shameful that industrialists are allowed to continue to stall and to delay the creation of a constructive anti-pollution program. If this continues, the yearly dividend of profit may grow, but there will be fewer people to enjoy it. SPEAKING OP YOUR HEALTH: It is a mistake to disregard cavities in your child's first teeth. Dr. Lester Coleman has a special eye-care booklet available for readers of this column railed, "What You Should Know About Glaucoma and Cataracts." For your copy, send 25 cents in coin and a large, self - addressed 6-.cent stamped envelope to Lester L. Coleman, M.D., P.O. Box 5170, Grand Central Station, New York, N.Y. 10017. Please mention the booklet by title. (O 1970. King Features Syndicate, Inc.) King Arthur is Fact! Fiction? Science Today By ROBERT MUSEL LONDON (UPI)— For five years archaeologists have been trying to answer the questions of whether King-Arthur'was a real person' arid whether the Camelot of his knights of the Round Table was the great hill fort of South Cadbury. f ow the digging is over but questions remain. Xnd Leslie Alcock of the Arjchaeology Department of University Co'lege at Cardiff in Wales is settling down with his staff to months and perhaps years of studying thousands of bone, stone, metal, glass and pottery fragments and thousands od photographs. There have been no spectacularly obvious finds at Cadbury Hill but from hundreds of ho'es the bedrock, stains in the soil a small section of stone Alcock and his staff, like archaeological detectives, are deducing the sequence of life on a mound occupied by humans forj an estimated 4,000 years. Reading the meager clues the archaeologists believe Cadbury, a thriving Celtic town, fell to a Roman massacre in 44 or 45 A.D. —bones" of a dozen or more men, women and children were found at the gateway alone. On later levels there was evidence of a pebble road dating from late in the 6th in arid wajll century—about 40 years after the death of Arthur —if there was an'Arthur. Study of this road showed it was a repair job to an earlier road which might have been built during the time of Arthur himself. Signs of a large hall — called the feasting hall — were discovered last year and this also dates from the presumed time of Arthur, roughly 500 A.D. Archaeologists on the site say that if Arthur had lived he would have feasted with his men in the timber hall and ridden out to battle through the big timber gate which is of a type not yet found anywhere else in Britain. But the questions remain: Did Arthur ever like except in song and story and if he "did live did he live at Cadbury- Camelot? BOMBS THROWN PERTH. Australia (UPI) Two gelignite bombs were thrown onto the deck of the Soviet freighter Novgorod early today. The blasts slightly damaged the - ship's decks! Po ice said two young men were spotted running from the wharf area after the explosions. The 9,150-ton ship was loading wool and is scheduled to sail for the Soviet Union Wednesday. ATTENTION HOME OWNERS FIVE HOMES In Tipton County .S. STEEL-ALSIDE 50% Subsidery of U.S. Steel NOW HAS PERMANENT Super - Steel - Siding e&« CAU N0W! OFFER ENDS DECEMBER 15th 675-2691 INSTALLED BY LOCAL DEALER JACK HALL 110 N Main - Tipton

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