The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on January 13, 1971 · Page 8
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 8

Tipton, Indiana
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Wednesday, January 13, 1971
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Page 8", THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE It still means something at Penneys Special buy! Ladies' elastic leg brief of acetate tricot. White and pastels. S-M-L. for 3 1 00 Special buy 1 . Girls! elastic leg briefs of combed cotton. SolidS;,prints.Lots of colors. 4-14. for 4 1 22 r. . Special buy! Girls' cotton tunic pants sets in solids, stripes or prints. Colors aplenty. Sizes 3-6^. 99 2 Special buy! Infants'^ • patterned cotton polo shirts with reinforced snap shoulders.. Lively colors. Sizes 1-4. 77 Toddler Lined Corduroy Slacks 1 .27 size 1-4 Foundation sale. 2 ,or 4°i Reg. 2.50 „Cross-over cotton bra with nylon lace upper cups. Elasticized with rayon/cotton/ spandex/nylon. A. 32-36. B. C. 32-40:D, 32-42, reg. S3 now 2 for $5 Our fantastic sheet sale. Penn-Prest white muslin 50% collon'50% polyester 1 77 Reg. $7. Reinforced elastic criss-cross girdle of nylon/ rayon/Lycra'S spandex. Average or tall lengths. Sizes S-M-L-XL-XXL. Twin .72x104" flat or Elasta-lit bottom. Reg: 2.39 '•• Now Fuli B1x104" flat or Ela'sia-lit bottom Reg 2.99 Now 2.37' Pillow cases 42x36" Reg. 2 lor 1.69 U37 Now 2 for Penn-Prest muslin fashion colors 50% cotton 50% polyester 2/$ Twin -.72x104" Hat Elasta r fit bottom.- Reg. 2.99 Now Full 81x104" Hat or Elista-tit bottom : Reg. -3.99 -• Now 2 for $7 Pillow cases 42x36" Reg-. 2 lor 2.49 Now 2 tor 2.00 . Nation-Wide* white muslin cotton mu-iin. 133 count* Twin 72x108" fiat or Sanforized 0 Elasia-m bottom Reg i.99 '. NOW Full 81x108" flat or Sanforized' Elasta-tit bottom Reg 2.29".—'• ; Now -1.68 Pillow cases 42x36" Reg 2 tor 1.09 : Now 2 lor gg "bleached and finished. ' " 1 43 SPECIAL BUY! | Fitted • mattress pads add! smooth sleeping comfort, protect beading. Diamond quilted Sanforizejd : cotton cover with polyester fiberfill. Elastic edge. Twin 3.88 Fun 4.88 Special buy! Misses' Penn-Prest* acrylic knit slacks. Solids, patterns, acetate' bonded. 8-18. 3 99 Special buy! Toddlers', striped polo shirt and solid slack set ;.' v of stretch nylon, "v Pretty colors.Sizes 2T-4T (or Our greatest pillow value Value, Carpet remnants, finished for scatter rugs. Wools, acrylics, nylons, polyesters. 27x45" to 27x54" sizes. . for C00 Solid color cotton terry towels in decorator colors. Facetowels 3 lor 1.00 Wash cloths 5 for 1.00 2 - 3 88 Fluffy pillows so low priced you can get one for every bed in the house; Polyester filling is long wearing, shape bounces back. Cotton ticking. 20 x 26" ASSORTED STYLES AND COLORS Special buy! Infants' cotton knit sleeper with skid-resistant plastic soles.1-4 .3 for 5.00] Sizes 3-8. lor Boys' round leg westerh style jeans. Polyester cotton denim and Penn- Prest 1 '. Double knees, sizes 4 to 12. Boys' 100%acrylic sweatshirt has crew neck, long raglan sleeves. Horizontal stripes. 99 1 Thermal blanket of polyester/rayon for j lightweight warmth. ' • 'Super'nap'-finish prevents pilling. Machine washable. 72x90". 3 44 BIBB Mqn's. 100% acrylic fashion knit shirts. Popular crew neck styjles in assorted solids and fancies'. . lor i. PENNEY'S Tipton,! Ind. 116-118 So. Main St. Boys' sport shirt; buttondown collar, short sleeves. . Polyester 'cotton and Penn-Prest. Plaids. Men's thermal underwear of 100% cotton circular knit. Ankle length draws, lorfg sleeve shirt. 22 1 STORE HOURS Mon - Thur 9 - 5:30 Fri 9-9 Sat 9 -6 | Men's : Heavy Sport Shirts most sizes 3.50 WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1971 Bir LESTER L. COLEMAN, M.D. Side MY. SISTER ing oral contraceptives for two years.. .Hej- husband and I have noticed Effects of "the Pill" has been tak-• that she has Dr. Coleman •had periods of depression.that, she never'had before. Could there be any possible relationship between her con T dition and the! contraceptive • |drug: she is • taking? . Mrs! J: E., ' ' Md. . | Dear Mrs. - E.: There seem to be limitless physical and emotional side re- ac tions in some people to 'the contraceptive- pill. ' In a small number of cases,' these side effects can be very- distressing." Fortunately, they .do npt occur | frequently in terms of the vast number of women who are taking "the pill." ' |' • . Recently, according to a report in the British Medical. Journal, a large number of women who w ( ere. taking the- contraceptive pill were studied from the poind of view of increased emotional tension, the tendency to cry, and a general feeling of | depression. . No one. type of contraceptive pill was j responsible for all the cases of depression. -It was interesting that some of the women whjo were "severely, depressed by. bjne pill were riot disturbed by jmother. The = side- reactions to the Is it possible for a woman to have gout in her third toe? I have been told that this never happens. X-rays did not show anything. My doctor still insists it is gout. .[: Mrs. P. H. r Ohio Dear Mrs. H.: It is pure myth that gout cannot occur in the third toe. Gout is a very specific"disease and you can be sure that you. have it if your doctor says so. Blood studies measure the amount of uric acid in the blood. In gout, the level of uric acid is high. The. fact that the X-ray3 are.normal is of ho great significance, because uric acid deposits are not as readily seen in' the joints as are calcium deposits. There are now excellent drugs that help to excrete uric acid from the body through the urine. There are also new drugs that can- pre-* vent the formation of uric acid from . foods high in • pu­ rines. The combination of drugs and diet can be exceedingly beneficial to you if the gouty condition has been definitely established.' contraceptive usual. They pills are not un- should -be reported immediately • to the doctor so that he can re-evaluate the advantages in each individual case. . Your observation about your sister may' indeed be valid, and deserves a discus- doctor.. SPEAKING OF YOUR HEALTH: The inexperienced hunter is a gun-toting menace. Dr. Lester Coleman has prepared a special booklet for readers of tl)is column, "Alcoholism — A Family Disease." It |>robns this grave problem and offers hopeful advice. 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. ITil Kinff Features Syndicate. Inc.') siori with her Genera/ MotorsDirector Negro ' By LEf^OY POPE UPI Business.Writer NEW YORK black man . is (UPI)-The moving up; to where he can present his demands on big business from the inside— across the directors' table, '• •A. Philadelphia • Baptist minister,' Dr. Leon Sullivan,' has become the first Negro director of Generai Motors, Ihe world's biggest industrial 'firm. He also is a director qf ;Girard Trust of Philadelphia, one of the country's biggest : banks,j . -.For some . months now, Dr. Andrew Brimmer,! a black economist, has! been a member of the powerful Federal - Re' serve-Board, j- .Negroes have served as directors of good sized corporations before but ' often were looked on as window dressing, with no real influence. - Nobody woul<i say that about Brimmer, and Sullivan laves no doubt about his - intention'' to lean on GM and big; business"in. general to force a more sympathetic attitude — backed by deeds—towards blacks/and ' all minorities. "Business in the past has been unsyjiTipathetic to the human needs and aspirations of minorities," Sullivan told United Press International. "I'm hoping my position, my place on- the GM board will enable me to impress big business that the black man is tired of being fed chicken bones. We want our share of the beef stew." Sullivan Leads Fight Indee, Sullivan's election to his prominent corporate post is the culmination of a fight he led against business in Philadelphia seven years. ago. ..' With the help of • 400 clergymen, he organized a series of selective boycotts against Philadelphia firms to compel them to lure more Negroes. His, prime target was Tasty , Baking Co., whose president, Paul Kaiser, today is (Continued on page ten) BEAUTIFUL NEW VACATION RESORT DIRECTLY ON THE OCEAN! " • Beautifully decorated air-conditioned rooms, all with a view of the blue Atlantic. Ample free parking. Bank) Movie Theatre and 21 retail shops right on trie premises. • Shuffleboard, ping pong, children's play area . Perfect location foj sightseeing, shopping, excit in&njghtjife^go.lf. racine-'boating, water sports ••Windjammer ; 'dining Room, coffee shop, 3 cocktail bars (twd indoors—one outdoors under the Rooftop Suspended Swim Pool). 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