The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on January 19, 1971 · Page 5
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, January 19, 1971
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i;i KSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1971 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 v. 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. 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 Memoriam 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. . CANCELLATION- Preceding day CLASSIFIED DEPLAY- Classified per col. inch $1.10] 1 inch daily per month $22.00 Each additional inch --$13.00! Rates Quoted Are Local FOR SALE — Hospital bed. good condition. $75. Phone 6752068 after 6 p.m. I [. P-15 .•II FOR SALE — New Admiral color TV. 3 year pix tube (warranty. Was $959.95. Save $400. Coopers Home Furnishings. . ; TF FOR SALE —2 - 700 x 20 tires, tread fair, the pair] $25.00. Some 8:25 and 9:00 jx 20'S, P-16 FOR RENT -- 1/2 double. 5 rooms, bath and garage. 121 So. East. Phone 675-6916 P-23 smooth. LEVI'S FOR RENT — Half of double. Call 675-2458 after 6 p.m. •. TF FOR RENT — Trailer space. Upstairs apartment. Phone 675^2343. C-20 FOR SALE — CompleteiCB CITI Fone 23 Base Station. Call 675-6647. jj P-18 FOR SALE — 17 ft. travel trailer, completely furnished. 806 Oak St. II P-16 Livestock I FOR SALE — Hampshire Boars, also Duroc Boars. JohnHussey 552-2080. I; C-19 •FOR RENT —. 2 bedroom a-, partment, heat and water furnished. 675-6812. . TF FOR RENT — 2 bedroom apartment, carpeted, modern kitchen. Mature adults. 404 North Main. Upstairs. 6756014 or 675-6283. C-19 Real Estate For Sale FARMS FOR SALE — Parke W. Hoover farm, Tipton Co., 58 acres above average farm land, bids accepted. H. R. Hoover, trustee, 303 Jackson Anderson, Ind. 642-9045 or M. D. Hoover, 643-1357. C-18 Pets FREE -- Young male, short haired Terrier - Beagle mixed, white and tan. A pet. Vaccinated. Call 675-6096 during noon hour. P-20 SALES OPPORTUNITY —.Full, or part time. Call between 5 and 7 p.m. Call 947-2884. P-16 Services Wanteds FOR SALE — 44 old bred gilts, half York. Due to farji February. Phone Arcadia. large •Used Cars year- Hamp and ow last of 984-3372, C-16 FOR SALE — 1969 Torino, 21, 000 miles, $1700. 6402. FOR SALE —— 1968 $1400.00. Phone For Sale Call 675- P-15 -Mercury. 675-2769. r-15 For Sale: MODERN HOME Very nice 2 bedroom brick home with hardwood floors. Ceramic bath, 2 1/2 car garage near east side of Anderson. All utilities. •.. LEWIS HARPER REALTY 675-7444 For Rent FOR SALE -r Aluminum siding. • Storm "windows-doors. Konl- Vent Awnings; A. J. Butz, 675-2G46.; ' C-3T FOR RENT — 3 roo^n furnished apartment. Call 67,5-2415. TF POPEYE FOR SALE — 2 bedroom home on northeast side of town, 1 1/2 car garage, new cabinets with, garbage disposal, new carpet in living room, low cost heating. Price $13,000. Available about August Write Box D, %Tipton. Tribune. P-18 WANTED — Babysitting in my home. 675-4582. C-18 WANTED. — Monthly Tipton : County trash routes, $1.50 per month. Dan Wood, phone 6754464. . C-17 Wanted To Buy • WANTED TO BUY* WE NEED USED FURNITURE Top Dollar— Fast Pick-up 552-5315 EARLYWINE'S E. Edge, Tipton, Co. Miscellaneous WANT A TREAT? — Come and hear MONSALVATGE address •• the Co-op annual meeting January 28 at 4-H Building. Tickets available at Co-op elevator. " > C-16 FRONT-END ALIGNMENT — i Smith Tire Service, 115 N. Indep. St. Phone 675-6165. - ( ' .' TF ; PORTABLE WELDING SERVICE and Water Line Thawed. 9473832. TF SE PTIC TANK Cleaning. Ray[ . mond Tragesser. Call 552rj 7162 or. 675-2163V C-TF] By Bud Sagendorf By John Prentice & Fred Dickenson BUT WE CAN'T JU5T POTHAT AFTER BORROWING' IT.' WE'LL HAVE TO REPLACE THE PETROL ANP POLISH THE MACHINE. SOMETHING'S WRONS HERE.' I KEEP WHAT KINP OF CROOKS PO /POLISHING,? THIS BEFORE RETURNING/BINKIE. WE Brick Bradford By Paul Norrisj 1 CAM UBM> YOU OUT OF HEfZe PASTBB THAU THAT RC&OTl BACKUP POWEft UNTO Wiu. 6& on eewi LONSl FRONT WHEEL ALIGNMENT WHEEL BALANCE TUNE UP, EBERT'S ARCO SERVICE DIAL 675-7125 SINCLAIR IS ARCO Today's Almanac By United Press International Today is Tuesday, Jan. 19 the 19th day of 1971. The moon is in its first quarter. The morning stars are Mars, Jupiter and Venus. The evening star is Saturn. Those born on this day are under! the sign of Capricorn. American writer Edgar Allen * Poe was born Jan. 19,1809. On this day in history: In 1861 Georgia seceded from the Union. In i 1933 units of General Franco's Nationalist air force bombed Barcelona and Valencia in Spain, killing 700 civilians and wounding hundreds more, i In " 1968 President _ Lyndon Johnson named Clark Clifford secretary of defense to replace" Robert McNamara. j In 1969 two airliners were hijacked to Cuba, one with 171 persons aboard. f A poet thought for today; Irish ,Oscar Wilde said, "As long as war is regarded as wicked. it upon will always have its fascination. When it is looked as vulgar it will cease to THE proven carpet cleaner, Blue Lustre, is easy on the budget. Restore forgotten colors. Rent * electric shampooer, |1; Cajrn- ey's Drug Store C?19 be popular." V * | KENT, Ohio (UPiy-The Kent Tavern Association. Thursday began a free shuttle bus service between the downtown area and Kent State University dormito- " ries. . - j Two minibuses, financed by the tavern owners, will transport] students to and from the; downtown area taverns begin-. hingi at 10 p.m. every day and * ending at 2:30 a.m. CROSSWORD 3. Seapdrt in South Yemen : 4. Biddies 5. Freshet 6. Soft mine 7.O.T. 8. Tow: shelti 9. Cushions 13.\Vholi- ! hearted• ness 15. Labor 17. Wayfarer's stopover 18. Born (Fr.) 19. 20. .Fairly I good igrade Say' i further 21. Soft 1 drink 22. Dia- I mond girl 23. "Faerie iQueene" lady 24. Pen 1 26. ! bog 29. Nattir- ally h^pnless 30. Garment 31. Level C,R;OWNJE. [Al I T )BA '0 ><1 IRTglM ASfH" ~B F>»N] IPEARL 'S A; I TCTeVl 1A RtG'OHRjTNBT"^ PATjjgWtE jDCAMONeTHj sfcEsiasMBiE ' YrUertlmy** A »»wer . :. 32. Cross out 33. Part of a sombrero 34. Elliptical 35. Songstress. -Sinioni 36. Toboggan 39. Female sheep DAILY ACROSS 1. Oriental nursemaid 5. Bind 10. Conceal lL Actress. • Prentiss 12. So be it 13, Preserved in brine . 14. Laughing\ uncontrollably (2wds.) 16. United 17. Of a great Peruvian . empire 21. In addition 25. Kind of lace 27. Requirement 1 28. Do a \ musical encore 29.-—Farrow . 30. Popular comedian- actor • (2 wds.) 37. Too much 38. Reprehensible • '40. Misrepresent 41. Over again '. 42. Hostile nation 43. Take on cargo ' DOWN : 1. Surpriser's Interjection 2. Miss Benzell DAILY CRYPTOQUOTE —Here's how to work it: AX Y D LBAA X K is LONGFELLOW One letter simply stands used for the three L's, : apostrophes, the length hints. Each day the code A Cryptogram Quotation C UJOXFW K| ZL OZRJF O Q PZ FJJGVJ FQ CFZFMRZNU 'Yesterday's Cryptoquo* LINING BUT IT IS GET TT TO THE MINT.! for another. In this sample A is C for the IwoO's, etc. Single letters, and formation of the words are all letters are different. XBKVJl XU C WBZNFf Z i RJJP BJWNVCBVM XB CIUJFP LBXJFGU SOMETIMES . le: EVER* A !—DON MARQUIS , Features Syndicate. Inc.) CLOUD HAS A SILVER LITTLE DIFFICULT TO THIS IS A TOWN! lltlSWllCMI JM. ,675-4492 i TMHittraMMllitil'hlNWrM FARMER FARMERS LOAN & RUST COMPANY ] 110 E.Jeff. St. j Tipton, Indiana Puge 5 By LESTER L» COLEMAN. M.D.: Motes from an MD.'s Pad York At A ITUEND of I mine, a famous orthopedic surgeon, pract clng in the heart of New pity, was mugged today. 10:30 thia morning, a Dr. Coleman bright sunny day, he was attacked by two youths who . flashed a knife, cut his clothes, held liis head.back in astrang- ; ling position, stole hi3 money and watch, and threw him to the ground.. All of this h app ened within 100 yards of the hospital whose operating' room he had just left j Both boys were later captured and identified as heroin addicts. No more poignant comment on tie experience could be made than that of my friend's. He :iaid, "I felt despoiled, physically and emotionally insulted, and had a deep sense . of sorrow that this was a way of life for so many young people caught in the deadly trap of narcotics." '- i ;•! • " No era in the history of man | has been^filled with as many- wondrous, scientific achievements as the past four decades. , A«jd we are just beginning to uncover the leads to even greater scientific wizardry. ' Hidden, away; and almost totally overlooked, is a research project into the effects of malnutrition. A I group of scientists have come to the conclusion that " there is a direct relationship . between the intellectual development of the child and his nutrition. At the Denver General Hospital in Colorado, Dr. H. Peter Chase showed that dietary deficiency in. young children can cause retardation in mental development. How sad that deficiencies in good, nutritious food should be the unhappy birthright of any of our children. For many, the world" of plenty is, and will ;be, a world of nothing. . • • * The valuable relationship between the doctor and his patients is no mere accident. 'It is the end result of years of mutual trust. Physicians value this binding relationship as much as do their patients, and keenly feel a sense of despair if it is undermined by misunderstanding. When a problem arises that seems to threaten the good relationship, the only way to preserve it is by open and frank discussion. If the problem is a medical one or an economic one, it must not be allowed to flourish and destroy that which has been so carefully nourished. • * • SPEAKING OF YOUR HEALTH: Nail-biting in children and adults reflects inner tensions that should be investigated. Dr. Lester Coleman has prepared a special booklet for readers of the column entitled, "Pay Attention to Your Heart," 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. .(©ilSn, King Features Syndicate. IncJ Books add to 'Sesame W YORK (DPI) - Tin- who spends part of his Visiting friends and fnVnd- monstcrs on "Srsame now can add to tin- learning experience with a set of fit e "Sesame Street" hooks. . Tliese are color-illustrated' soft, cover, editions selling for 95 i eenls each,.! which makes their ' easier onj the pocketbook than the largerjitil more expensive hard eovV:r_j\Sesume Stre<Jt" material.! Published by^ New American | Library ami created in cooperation tvilh the; Children's'. Television Network, producersj of the tele- ""' n program,! the set rti- meaning Street' •to explain concept words such as up and down, or around and' through, as well as the ""which of these things is different' posers. -The Sesame 'Si reel I took ol People and Things, a M >rl ul potpourri of childsi/.e learning. The hooks arc illustrated iti color and there is something parent heartwarming about „rc- ing a small child flip through the pages of a book anil fall on the number eight as an old friend. LSe .iamc Street Hook of rs",. wilh letters grouped "shape- families" to help visio eludi •Lett' 'into the <|hild rcmemlicr. The; Sesame- Street Hook ,.f Numbers, which contains no words arid with illustrations taken from the number "com-., •iher rials" used on ihe lele- visiim program. The ] Sesamii -Street Hook .Shapes, explained circle squares, fricri KIRBY VACUUM Sales and Service Phone 675-2491 127 3rd St., Tipton rectangles arid their ds, with familiar objects to illustrate. • ~. The Sesamt Slreirl Hook of P| uzitles, using JLhc Muppets Quintero, 50, from (the' Acapulco PRISONER SWAP , ACAPULCO, Mexico (UP1>- Marbn Moreno escaped prison in his wife's clothing, jail officials said today. ll'-"." >• I''-'"'" ' The officials^ said Mrs. Moreno ; carried a dress and shawl hidden under a basket of fruit into the prison Thursday during regular visiting hours. lf'.'.j ; :-. '••{•.'' reno, convicted of selling juana, slipped into the s, wrapped the shawl > his bead, removed his and strolled barefooted of the prison. Guards ed his disappearance . be- Mrs. Moreno had left and sted her. i JANUARY SPECIAL Atlas Tires 25% Oft Henrys Standa 103 S. "West Tipton Phone 675-6118 Auction Service FARM SALES, ESTATE, . REAL ESTATE AUCTION HOUSEHOLD MISC CONTACT THE O ACTION > AUCTtONEERl AlUnU "292-2371 The Lelia F. Quear Home > in Arcadia, Indiana . 6 Rooni^Modern with Nice Yard •i and V/i Car Garage FARMERS LOAN and TRUST CO. I for Lelia F. Quear Tipton, tod. ^ % Phone 675-2172

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