The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 26, 1970 · Page 5
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

Tipton, Indiana
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Saturday, December 26, 1970
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26/1970 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE GMSS/ff &mi Business World Today For Sole Livestock FOR SALE — Fireplace wood. Bob Walsh. 675-4688. P-71 FOR SALE — 7 foot complete pool table, $100.00. 675-4967. 1 year old. p-74 FOR SALE — 2 chain saws, 1 Homelite 17 in., 2 years old, $50. 1 McCullough 24 in. #250, $80. C-78 FOR SALE -- Aluminum siding. ' Storm windows-doors. Ivvl- Yent Awnings. A". J. Ruiz, 675-2646. . C-TF Real Estate For Sale ' FOR SALE -- Nice 6 room bungalow in Arcadia. Bargain at $4000. Contract or cash. Gas . heat, 2 bedrooms and large garage. 984-3317. P-78 JR SALE — 15 second litter sows due to pig. Febru- 15, Phone 675-2936. P-72 For Rent FOR RENT — Nice furnished 3 room apartment. 675-4580. C-72 FOR .RENT' — 5 room downstairs apartment. Gas heat. Call '. after 6 p.m. 675-6290. References required. ' . C-TF FOR RENT -- 2 bedroom apartment, heat and water furnished. 675-6812. TF FOR RENT — 3 room apartment with garage. 424 So. Independence. 675-6812. TF Pets FOR RENT — Extra nice 1 bedroom apartment. Newly remodeled, ground floor, private • entrance. Close to town. 6757276. . C-TF FREE - Pups. 675-4699. P-72 Used Cars FOR SALE — 1953 1 1/2 ton Chevrolet truck. New motor, $150. - 984 -3317. P-78 FOR RENT — 3 room upstairs apartment. Heat and water furnished. Close in. 6752522. . P-72 Male Help Wanted HELP WANTED — Area manager trainee, $130.00 per week to start, _ $150.00 in 4 weeks. High School graduate, car and phone necessary. Sales experience helpful but not necessary. Call Mr. Grey 6421295 Anderson between 9 and 6. C-72 HELP WANTED — Full time, part !time men or women to deliver Fuller Catalogues and pick up orders. Average $2.50 per hour and up. Phone Anderson 642-1295 between 9 and 6. C-72 Last & Found LOST -- Brown coin purse. Important papers. Near .Bowl- O-Drome. Reward. 211 W. Adams. 675-6082. P-72 WANTED — Babysitter for ev- PIANO tuning and minor repairs, enings, part time. 675-6419. Howard Hanscom. 963-5822. P-76 P-73 Wanted To Buy • WANTED TO BUY x WE NEEDUSED FURNITURE Top Dollar— Fast Pick-up 552-5315 EARLYWINE'S • - E. Edge,- Tipton, Co. Services RAY BROWN ROOFING — 9843986 or 552-3238. P-84 FRONT-END ALIGNMENT Smith Tire Sorvl:;. 115 N '-. Indep. St. Phone 675-616? TF .MATHEWS BUILDING, INC. FRANKFORT, IND. R.R.l Ph. Area Code 317-258-2818 12 yrs. experience in farm, industrial, commercial bide. -FOR RENT — Farm. Cash rent. Normanda community. • Flava Graham, 947-3884. P-80 Wanted FOR RENT -- 3 bedroom house. : $115.00 per month. Damage deposit required. Write Box C. Care of Tribune. May be seen by appointment.. . TF WANTED — Elderly lady to stay with elderly .lady more : for home than wages. Phone 9472384. -' . P-7? POST COMMERCIAL FARM BUILDINGS Call collect 317-985-2541 SEPTIC TANK Cleaning. Raymond Tragesser. Call 552..7162 or 675-2163. ' C-TI BE gentle, be kind, to that expensive carpet. Clean it with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1. Carney's Drug Store. C-72 LOS ANGELES -Deput. District Attorney Vincent Bugliosi, summing up his case against Charles Mauson and his three female followers in the Tate-LaBianca killings: "At the LaBiancas he wore the same mask he has worn here in court — just a peace- loving individual. And then lib sneaked out to get his bloodthirsty robots and sent them in to'kill." Now You Know . English composer . George Frederick Handel (1685-1759) had to play iiis clavichord secretly at .night because his father did not want him to become a musician. Need carriers for route openings now and near future. Age 11 years or over, Tipton Tribune By DONALD DHVIS ROANOKE, Va. (UPI) -The Norfolk and Western Railroad was chugging along in a sea of paper when its new president, John P. Fishwick, caiied his top men together recently in a hotel .baiiroom. .The N&W, whiie investing $4.9 million iast year in vital new rail on winch its trains may run, had shelled out $2.5 million for paper and paper. forms. This kind oi expense, plus the uncountable cost of wasted paperwork effort, must be cut ' drastically, Fishwick declared. He pointed to a mountain of forms and computer printouts reguiariy used by tiie railroad and assembled in the green- carpeted baiiroom of the Hotel Roanoke and announced the start of "Operation Wastebasket." Form Examination Every department head was • instructed to examine every form in his department, keep or improve what' was necessar'u and . throw awah the rest. "I don't want anyone to leave until we get the job done," Fishwick Said. ' "1 don't think you have anything- more important to do. The railroad wiii run even .if we have to stay- in his room ali day." Fishwick was simply trying to come to grips with' a problem plaguing the entire American business community, •it consumes 9,000 tons of paper everli working day for strictly business purposes. That's " about 70 pounds of paper" filled out or received by the average worker in business per year. Mmst firms try periodically to cut their paperwork by 10 to 50 per cent but it nearly aiways builds back up again. This is - such a fact of business iife that the consumption of commercial-business paper grows faster than the . economy itseif. The NaAV's research department made a study of excess paperwork and auuised the railroad's executives — in a 200- page . document — how to determine what . should be thrown out. Other Finding The - railroad's computet oozes out LGOG-page printouts, 'the • research• showed,- but the information actually needed often totais only seven or eight pages. Dr. Paui Zeis, the Ni-W's research director, detailed other findings: — Aimost every report has too many .copies going too many •places. — Tiie only purpose of some reports is to check on other reports. — Too long. — Many reports aimed at savins; uuiiars, such as a systems price listing, mjy cost more than they save. Fishwick indeed did keep his executives ill the ballroom all day.-, tossing, red, green-and yeiiow forms into big black wastebaskets. The department •heads continued their paper- cutting efforts through the following week and reported further progressm. Fishwick's office junked 24 of 1' the 60 forms and reports it i.., . been handling regularly.- 'i .v computer operation, pern -ip the largest in Yirgttua, eliminated., one daily report totailed 3,000 pages. And l .i.r department estimated it • ut back its monthly use of pa;,i.-i by eight miies. These and other initial results led the N&W management to consider Operation WastebasKet worthwhile. A finai judgement on its success was withheld pending the arrival of reports on it • from each department head. Quotes In The News many reports are too WASHINGTON -Defense Secretary Melvin K. Laird.' ordering the Pentagon's spy operation, to report to him in efforts to put inteUiieuce activities under stronger civilian control: "Actions have been taken U-. eliminate some of the past abuses, incident to such activities. But further corrective actions are necessary as a matter of .urgent priority." WASHINGTON .. - The Fee and Drug Administration, truing of mercury found i: swordfish: "Irrespective of tiie sunns .. the mercury and the relative! small amount of swumii consumed in tiie United it is considered that the regui.! consumption of foods known I contain mercury above midline levels is an unneces-i and avoidable risk." tag Alive Statistics are very impersonal. They don't have names . ; . just numbers. They don't have wives or husbands or children. Just numbers. But they can be translated ... into grim headlines. "Tragedy Mars Family Reunion," "Drunken Driver Kills Child;" "Collision Wipes Out Family." Somehow, statistics seem to gain something in the translation. They gain personality . .. and an ugly twist. Numbers become names. Names become people. All of a sudden, people become statistics. Two long holiday weekends are ahead. Lots of statistics are in the making. Don't be one. Drive carefully. If you drive, don't drink. When you take off for the holidays this year. ....take care. Stay alive! •WB)Vs'

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