The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 30, 1970 · Page 5
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Tipton, Indiana
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Wednesday, December 30, 1970
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WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 30, 1970 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE 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 worU 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 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 Memorian .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. FOR SALE ~ 7 foot complete pool table, $100.00. 675-4967. 1 year old. P-74 FOR SALE -- 2 chain shaws.l Homelite 17 in-., 2 years old, $50. 1 McCullough 24 in. #250, $80. 984-3317. C-78 FOR SALE — Used galvanized iron for house trailer windbreak bottoms, used brake, drums, Pontiac 60 and later. LEVI'S. P-75 FOR SALE — 1953 1 1/2 ton Chevrolet truck. New motor, $150. &4-3317. P-78 For Rent FOR RENT — 3 bedroom house. Redecorated. Walter Fuller. 675-6082. P-75 FOR RENT — 5 room downstairs apartment. Gas heat. Call after 6 p.m. 675-6290. References required. C-TF FOR SALE'— Used 90,000 BTU Siegler oil heater. Goldsmith General Store. C-79 FOR SALE — Used R.C.A. color TV. New picture tube. Cooper's Home Furnishings. TF FOR SALE — 2 solid maple beds. Can be used as bunk beds. Matching mattresses and box springs, matching chest of drawers, $175.00. 6752075. P-78 FOR SALE — Mixed alfalfa and timothy hay. Bill Ziegler, 292-2195. P-78 Cancellation- Preceding day. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY I Classified per col. inch $UO 1 inch daily per month $22.00 Each additional inch — $13.00 Rates Quoted Are Local FOR SAI E -- Aluminum siding. Storm windows-doors. Konl- Vent Awnings. A. J. Butz, 675-2646. C-TF Real Estate For Sale FOR SALE — Nice 6 room bungalow in Arcadia. Bargain at $3500. Contract or cash. Gas heat, 2 bedrooms and large garage. 984-3317. P-78 Used Cars FOR SALE — 1968 Dodge Monaco 500. A-l: 675-6062. P-79 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 FOR RENT Extra nice 1 bedroom apartment. Newly remodeled, ground floor, private entrance. Close to town. 6757276. C-TF FOR RENT — 3 bedroom house. $115.00 per month. Damage deposit required. Write Box ! C. Care of Tribune. May be seen by appointment. TF FOR RENT — 5 room apartment. Reference required. 675-4630. P-78 FOR RENT — Farm. Cash rent. Normanda community. Flava Graham, 947-3884. P-82 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 317632-1461, or write Safety Dept., United Systems, Inc., ftMotor Freight . Terminal Bldg., 1905 S 0 Belmont Avenue, Indianapolis, - Indiana, 46221. C-75 & 76, 82 '& 83 Female Help Wanted HELP WANTED — Babysitter in my home or yours. Good wages for the right woman. Call after 5:30. 675-2822. P-79 Wanted TEXAS OIL COMPANY has opening in Tipton area. No experience necessary. Age not important. Good character a must. We train. Air mail A. Q. Dickerson, Pres., Southwestern Petroleum Corp., Ft. Worth. Tex. . C-79 WANTED — Babysitter for evenings, part time. 675-6419. P-76 WANTED — Used TVs. Will pay $5.00 or will pick up free. 947-2141. P-76 Last & Found LOST — 2 Beagle Hounds, one black and white; one, light and dark brown. 675-2287. P-75 Wanted To Buy • WANTED TO BUY it WE NEED USED FURNITURE Top Dollar— Fast Pick-up 552-5315 EARLYWINE'S E. Edge, Tipton, Co. Classified Ads Work Rip Kirby ® By John Prentice & Fred Dickenson POPEYE ® By Bud Sagendorf IF YOU IS OLIVE'S DEAD UkiaE ,WHAT IS YA POIKJ' I«S YOU A ^\ 7 (SMOSK COMED lBA£K TO MAUMT I AM QUITE ALIVE, YOUKJ& MAW! K YOU l<5 «5Lr3R><SED TO BE DEADED.' V I PLAYEP DEAD «SO T COL1L.V MAKE MY NIECE AN HEIRE-se '. 'AT WAS A PUTTY TRICK IP YOU WASfcJ'T OLIVE'S OK1CLE I WOULD PLANT YA AMONG "THE SWEE'PEAS.'.' Blondie ® By Chic Young J COHA V Cl_OB9EaED ME LAST NISHT BECAUSE I CAME HOME WITH A l_ITTl _E 7^ LIPSTICK ON MY CHEEK ; ALL 1 DID WAS HELP A '" LITTLE OLD LADY OFF THE 11 3US AND SHE KISSED ME \tf\ NOTHING WBONG IN THAT MR D'THEPS -• MOW OLD WAS A THE LITTLE OLD OH, SHE WAS PROBABLY IN HER LATE i. THIRTIES Brick Bradford By Paul Norris I'M GOiNS. TO HELP efZiCK &RADFORP IP I CAJvj! HE SAID HE WA* AN NW4'. X &ELIEVE HI, KA^OfZ \ I n>\E ^ •SOME 5CEAP METAu. HERE | .DC >Ou HAVE ANY IDEA tOlV 1 CAN Services RAY BROWN ROOFING — 9843986 or 552-3238. P-84 SEPTIC TANK Cleaning. Raymond Tragesser. Call 5527162 .or 673-21G3. C-TF Establishing a route for trash hauling in Kempton. First pick-up Sat., Jan. 2. Have trash in front of house. Phillip Jones 675-2587 FRONT WHEEL ALIGNMENT. Wheel Balance, Tune Up. Ebert's Arco. Sinclair, is Arco. TF FRONT-END ALIGNMENT ^ Smith Tire Servl:?. 115 N . Indep. St. Phone 675-6163. TF POST COMMERCIAL FARM BUILDINGS Call collect 317-985-2541 FOR better cleaning, to keep colors gleaming, use Blue Lustre carpet cleaner. Rentelec- . trie shampooer, $1. Carney's Drug Store. C-78 Personal CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends, relatives and neighbors for all their acts of kindness during the illness and death of our mother, Julia Alley. • - We especially wish to thank Rev. Henry Boynton for his comforting message. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Harper NOTICE TO HEIRS, . LEGATEES AND CREDITORS ESTATE OF Odessa Z. Davis, Deceased No. 3186 In Tipton Circuit Court, January Term, 1970 Notice is hereby given that Cltlxens National Bank as executor of said estate, has tiled its account and vouchers in final settlement of • said estate, :and its petition praying the Court ' to allow said account and order distribution of said estate, and that the same will come up for hearing and action in said Court on the 15th day of January 11:00 a.m„ 1971 In the courthouse In Tipton, Indiana, at which time all heirs, legatees and creditors, of. said estate are required to appear and show cause, if any there be, why said account and vouchers should not be allowed, and distribution of the estate be made as prayed for in said petition; and til the heirs, devisees and legatees of said decedent and said estate, and all others interested, are hereby required to appear at said time and place and make proof oftheirhelrshiporclaim to any part of said estate. . Ross H. Hutford Clerk Circuit Court Tipton, Indiana Hutto L Rejmter. Attorney NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION In the Circuit Court of Tipton County, Indiana. Notice is hereby given that Robert T.Wood-, ruff was on the 28th day of December, 1970, appointed: Executor of the will of Ray k Woodruff, deceased. All persons having claims against said real estate, whether or not now due, must file the same In said court within six months from the' date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Dated at Tipton, Indiana, this 28th day of December, 1970. Ross M. Hutford Clerk of the Circuit Court for Tipton County, Indiana Hutto L Regnier, Attorney WASHINGTON — Democratic National Chairman Lawrence F. O'Brien in a year-end report to the party on the 1972 presidential election: "If Richard Nixon is given a second term, it will be through the failure of the Democratic party, not through any success of the Nixon administration." CORDS Program In Vietnam Responds To Peoples War Douglas Pike, tiie U.S. State Department's top expert. on North Vietnam, said recently, '•I know that the North Vietnamese are concerned about Vietnamizatidn. At first they thought it wouldn't work- that the so-cailed puppet government would collapse the ' minute that Americans left. But now that they are becoming convinced tiie United States reaiiy means to puii out, they have repeatedly targeted on Vietnamization but they haven't been able to stop it." U.S. Ambassador William E. Coiby, . who heads the U.S!, Command's Civil Operations Rurai : Development Support (CORDS) pVJgram in Vietnam, makes it a point to visit each of South Vietnam's 44 provinces at least once a year. He . said recently, "We have learned how to respond to a people's war." - The 6,000 South Vietnamese killed; the 12,000 wounded and the more than 6,500 abducted by Communist terrorists during 1970 might not agree. Some government officials see even the rise of terrorism as a kind of negative evidence that Vietnamization is succeeding. They note that the targets are village and hamlet officials- more than 90 per cent of whom , are. popularly elected now— families of military personnel and militiamen, civii servants* They reason that if the Communists felt they were winning they would not need to accelerate terrorism, which may have a backiash effect, alienating the • uncommitted. Documents captured late in the autumn ordered a step up in attacks on the civilian populace by Communist guerrilias. Best Yardstick The best yardstick of the slowing tempo of the war is the extent to which commerce and civilian transport have returned to the highways of South Vietnam. During the autumn, Francis McNamara, the U.S. consul at Da Nang, made the 370-mile trip from Saigon to Da Nang in his private car to prove to the world that Highway 1, the coastal route, was secure. It isn't all that secure. Several weeks iater a bridge on the road was blown up by Communist sappers. But hundreds of civilian trucks travel the route-daily. South Vietnam's infant republic still is feeling its way and many of the freedoms taken for granted in older representative governments are restricted- some of claimed necessity because of the war, some due to the character of tiie French- inspired constitution, some as a' result of tiie fact that democracy stiii is an unknown and sometimes feared way of life in Southeast Asia, t Pcess freedom and sometimes freedom of speech are curtaiied, yet criticism of the government is toierated daily. And- even when a newspaper's editions are seized, the prohibited item is disseminated because most of the newspapers are soid before the government bureaucracy gets around to ordering the seizure. Unlike Cambodia, there is no prior censorship of outgoing international press dispatches, Buddiiist Activity On the political scene, the Buddhists took an acuve part in an election for the first time in 1970 and managed to win representation in the country's second senatorial election. President. Nguyen Van Thieu began the finai year of his four- year term as president in the fall and indicated iie probably •wili seek re-eiectionin 1971. •Thieu's vice president. Vice Marshal Nguyen Cao Ky— once considered Thieu's major political rival—virtuaiiy has removed himself from the presidential race and indicates he is considering quitting politics altogether. Handle Lefthander with Care Dr. Coleman sary penalty WHAT IS the general altitude today about forcing a left-handed child to switch to right-handed activity? Mr. and Mrs. E.E.. New Dear Mr. and Mrs. E.: The altitude today is no different from what it was years .ago when it was first understood that forceful switching of a child from lefl- to right-handedness could create severe psychological problems. When this is accomplished by pressure or punishment, the child pays an unneccs- by becoming tense and anxious. It is not unusual for children who have been forced to switch to the right hand to begin to stammer and to have tics. . Other manifestations of emotional disturbance can also occur. There is an unfounded fear that when a child changes from left- to right-handedness it may affect his brain. This does not happen An excellent book is available to parent* of rlulcln-n with this problem.. It is written by Dr. A hi am Blau. a noted psychiatrist ^it the Ml. Sinui Hospital in New. York City 11 deals with the physical and. emotional problems involved. In essence. Dr. Blau suggests that switching can be done if it is done with gentleness and understanding. Forceful pressure, or shaming a child .into switching, can leave him with psychological ptiiMfms' (c I'fTfl Kinr IV. IIII. leatherman-Moms Dependable Ambulance Service 314 North Main Street DIAL 675 - 7449 Tipton Can bulging of the eyes tau .si- eventual blindness? My mother has this condition, but refuses to see a doctor because she is so afraid of this possibility Miss A. J.. Mich. Dear Miss J.: Bulging of the eyes is commonly seen in patients who have overactiv­ ity of the thyroid gland. There are. of course, other causes, but most of them are exceedingly rare and probably play no part in your mother's condition. If hyperthyroidism, or increased thyroid activity, is the cause, there is hardly any chance that her vision would be affected Yet it is pathetically sad that her fears should deprive her and you of normal happiness Your job. now. is to persuade your mother that this condition can be helped. The excess secretion of the thyroid gland hormone can be controlled and perhaps lessen the protrusion of the eyeball. Mi >i> important, her concern about her sight will be relieved SI' K A K 1 X r, OK YOUK HEALTH: The dinner table is not a good selling fur family tensions. Dr. I.r.sler Coleman lias a s |M 'i-ial eye-ran' booklet available for readers of I his column railed, "What You Should Know About Oluiieonia and Cataracts." Tor your copy, send 25 cents in coin and a large, self - addressed 6 - cent stamped envelop*' to Lester I-. Coleman. M.D., P.O. Box r>l70. (•rand Central Station, New York. N.Y. 10017. 1'leasr mention the booklet liv title. : S\ li'li- hi'- I Need carriers for route openings now and near future. Age 11 years or over. Tipton Tribune 'IilleU's 111.I |OI UppUMll'ili 111 the 1071 .presidential i:iwln,n probably com'.-s from d ^iu Duong Van "big" Mind, a hero of the 1963 coup that overthrew the late President Ngo Dinii Diem. Minli was in exile in Thailand and was not permitted to run for president in the 1967 election, but he has indicated he wili accept a nomination this time. Thieu, a handsome, engaging man, has failed— for reasons unfathomable to Western minds — to capture the imagination of the Vietnamese people. Perhaps it is because he is a Catholic convert from Buddhism, perhaps his very appeal to westerners makes him too"foreign." But Thieu has set about overcoming his popularity weaknesses by building a grassroots political organization loyto to himself. Ke had no such organization in 1967. Throughout 1970, however, he has been about tiie country enlisting followers wlio are among the most influential persons in South Vietnamese society. • Biggest Problem Thieu's biggest problem is the economy: Runaway inflation, a deficit budget, unbalanced foreign trade, di'ep dissatisfaction and desperation among tiiose on fixed iiicnm's. The big questions for \ int- nam in 1971 aii are related to the U.S. troop withdrawal. Wili the Communists launch an offensive eariy in the year: Wili the Soutii Vietnamese, .without tiie Americans, be able to maintain their support of the Cambodian armyO will the South Vietnamese economy survive the unemployment resulting from the departure of nnierican payrolls'.' Wiii tiie South Vietnamese army be able to maintain security in the northern'half of- the country, where the greatest number of Communist troops are concentrated and their supplies readily available through Laos'." Ami finally, will Communist attacks from Laos result in retaliation in kind from the Smith Vietnamese now that they are less'responsive to American pressure? President Nixon has announced plans to withdraw another 60.000 Americans from Vietnam by next May 1. reducing the troop level to about 274,000 men. Many nf these men must come from tiie five northernmost provinces, where the danger of invasion from Luos or across th" Demilitarized Zone from North Vietnam is greatest. The South Vietnamese may have to divert sum? troops from Cambodia to meet the threat. Later Difficulty A general Communist offensive early in tiie year probably could be contained by the South Vietnamese army, using American units as fire brigades, where needed. UIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIL' | Effective 1 | January 1, 1971 | | International I | Harvester = = has canceled all C-T = | special prices on all = | parts and accessories. = 1 We must all be 1 | governed | | accordingly. I JPRING IMPLEMENT! | 131 North Main Street |~> 111 • 111111 • I • 11 • • 111 • 11 • > 111 • 111 • 1111 i > 111 • n COMMONWEALTH IIFE \ INSURANCE COMPANY | DANA SUTTON ^^^^ 628-7930 GEORGE CARTER 675-2751 Tipton Windfall A new member in your family? Call your Welcome Wagon hostess. She has a basket of lovely gifts and helpful information for the new parents and baby. P hon e $75-4492

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