The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on January 19, 1971 · Page 6
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 6

Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, January 19, 1971
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Page THURSDAY! 8:30 AM. January 2lst Closed Wed, to Prepare LADIES - LADIES - LADIES - LADIES - LADIES - LADIES - LADIES -r LADIES - LADIES - LADIES - LADIES - LADIES • VALUES $24.00 High Style VALUES $19.00 Dress and Sport VALUES $18.00 Discon tinued Patterns VALUES $18.00 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY.TRIBUNE * Mrs. Cunningham (Continued from page 3) : , do's and don'ts of the blender, Mrs. John King received the door prize. The meeting cloi with the club prayer. Attending the meeting were' guests Mrs. Bob Cauble and son! Steve and members Mesdames Earl Hodson, John King, Gor don Cunningham, Herbert Wood L Everett Rude and Lisa, Myron 1 Barnett and Amy, Glenn Cox and Angle, Olen Cunningham, Zaclc Sullivan, Charles McMnllan j Lloyd Beaver, John Wyrick and Ezra Leininger. J The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Ezra Leininger at 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday] February 9.. The project les4 son will be "Indoor and Outdoor Carpet." Hospital News MON., JAN. 18,1971 ADMISSIONS: , Ozzie V. Jack son, Tipton; Mamie O. Siller!, Sharpsville; Karen Briggs, Windfall; Trina K.Carey, Tipton; Debra S. Thornsberry, Atlanta; Richard K. Keeler, Wind-, fail; Bobby Causey, Tipton. DISMISSALS: Gene Goodnight, Atlanta; . Richard Bench, Goldsmith; William Swoders, Tipton; Charles Kidwell, Greentown; Sandra Young & Infant, Elwood. • BIRTH: Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Briggs, Windfall; Boy born at 12:15 p.m. January 18. •Chrys er TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1971 (Continued from page one; match; pay increases given General Motors salaried, workers Latter \ he UAW strike. GM and Ford; gave their salaried workers,| none of whom are UAW members, a 13 per cent increase. |" NormanH. Michel£)ies Suddenly Former Tipton resident, Norman H. Michel, 48, Fort Wayne, died unexpectedly at 7:55 a.m. Monday in a Fort Wayne Hospital after a short illness. Funeral services will be; 11 a.m. Wednesday at ^Klaehn. Funeral Home at Fort Wayne and then * Academy Student (Continue d from page one) the remains will be brought to Young-Nichols Funeral Home in in Tipton where friends may call after 7 p.m. [Wednesday. Graveside services will be Thursday at 11 a.m. at | Fairview Cemetery with Rev.; Roy Cunningham officiating, j ~ The deceased was born. July 27, 1922, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Michel. \ He was married tpf Wava Michel who survives. iThe couple lived in Fort Wayne and Torrance, Calif. He was. an . elder of Calvary Presbyteriaji Church in Fort Z£ James F. Ford Dies Today James |F| Ford, 75, route 2, $1,500 scholarship winner receives a set of Encyclopedia Britannica from Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc. All | judging and selection of winners is done by Science Res e ar c h i Associates, Chicago,' which also constructed and graded the written examination. . The Betjy Crocker Search for the Americ an Homemaker of Tomorrow is the only national scho-' larship program exclusively for high school senior girls. by General Mills in the 1954-55 school year to emphasize the importance of homemaking as aca- Atlanta died at 12:05 a.m. today reer, it will, with the 1971 grants, at Tipton County Memorial Hos- haye awarded more than $1 3/4 pital following an illness of two Wayne, active in Boy Scout work and in several Management and Accounting Associations. He received a BJ3. Degree from Indiana University in 1947. He was Corporation Administrative Controller of Corporate Staff and Assistant Secretary of Magnavox Corporation in Fort Wayne. He joined Magnavox in 1950 as assistant Cost Supervisor and managed Research Division at Torrance, Calif, from 1961-1964. He was elected an officer in 1969. Surviving with the widow are three children, David P. Michel,. Lafayette; William H. Michel, armed forces in Italy and James E. Michel of Fort Wayne.' Also surviving is a brother, Richard Michel,.route 3, Tipton and a sister," Mrs. Judith St. Clair of Indianapolis. Charm School Shoes VALUES $10.00 Around the House VALUES $10.00 I) -Hi Snow Boots Ball Band - LADIES - LADIES - LADIES - LADIES - LADIES 4 LADIES — LADIES - LADIES - LADIES - LADIES - LADIES - LADIES - CHILDREN POLL PARROT -k. HERE IS ONE OF THE FINEST. VALUES IN THE - • | -•• i ~ J • i • • - ENTIRE SALE - WORTH $10.99 sizes 8 1/2 to 4 [ SIENS - MENS - MENS - MENS - MENS - MENS—MENS - MENS - MENS - MENS - MENS — MENS—MENS — MENS — MENS I. Boots, Loafers VALUES $32.95 SOLD TO $26.95 Black Dress Oxford VALUES $17.99 8 Discontinued Patterns Excellent Value Ml A Real Buy 1 MENS -MENS -MENS - 57 YEARS INTIPTOH 1 - MENS - MENS - MENS - MENS - MENS - MENS - MENS -MENS - MENS ZEHNERS ml i -MENS-MENS-MENS BANK AMERtCARD' M /jp WEST-CHARGE ATTACHED to our k-Got a "hot" deal on a new car?, f you'll speed up your ownership : if you have the financing han­ selled by usl We offer attractive rates and terms; bothersome /delays. and talkovjer; your financing needs NOW! CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK of TIPTON million in scholarships during its 17-year history. Thisyear'sen-. rollment of 650,000 senior girls brings total participation since the* start of the program to almost ; seven and three-quarters million. ; •Military Brass (Continued from page one) continued to submit optimis^c reports to Washington, diplomatic sources said. | Gen. Creighton W. Abrams, the U.S. | commander in Vietnam, was considerably less years. Funeral services will be Thursday at 2 p.m. atMcMuIlan- Rude Funeral Home inKempton with Rev. William Cletus Anderson officiating. Burial will be at Liberty Cemetery. Friends may call after 3 p.m. Wednesday at McMullan-Rude Funeral Home. The deceased was born in Independence County, Ark. September 23, 1895, the son of John and Cordilla (Gulley) Ford. He was married April 8, 1913 to Gertie E. Hyslip who survives. He was a member of Alto Road Christian Church. Surviving with the widow are nine children: Tilmon Ford, Crawfordsville; Delford Ford, BatesviUe, Ark.; James T.Ford, SharpsviUe;. Norman Ford, St. Louis, Mo.; Elfa Mae Brooks, Carraway, Ark.; Viola Crossno, Imokelle, Fla.; Annella Wilson, route 1, Kempton; HelenMitchel, San Bernadino, Calif.; and Francis Martin of Kirklin. - Also surviving is a sister, Molly Rush, of Evening Shade, Ark.; 58--grandchildren and 27 great-grandchildren. optimistic, friends, in He (old Saigon American that the Cambodian army j had only five effective battalions, all of them understrength. The rest of the Cambodian army! be said, was no better than | an untrained home guard. . . --! On Nov. 21, the Communists occupied bating seacoast the mountains sepa- Phnom Penh from the and cut Highway 4, over which most fuel supplies had moved! By Dec. 11 gasoline rationing"! began in Phnom Penh. . Still,;, the optimistic reports from: the two embassies continued, j sources said. Sent Deputy The day < before Defense Secretary Melvin R. Laird arrived here earlier this month, for conferences with U.S. -and South Vietnamese officials, Abrams] sent/ his deputy, Gen. Frederick C. Weyand, to Phnom I Penh for a first-hand look at the situation. The day' after Laird's arrival in Saigori he went Assistant Deputy Dejfense Secretary Den->-p wrung promises of nfs D. Doolin to Phnom Penh, j support, if needed. Answers to Vet Questions Veterans and their families are asking thousands of questions concerning the benefits their. Government provides for them through I the Veterans Administration. Below are some representative queries. Additional Information may be obtained at any VA office. \ Q. I am a Vietnam veteran discharged May 2, 1967, attending school under the GI Bill. Does this bar me from the home loan benefit? A. No. The availability of the home loan benefit is not affected by the education benefit in any manner whatsoever. ... Q. I lam a recently discharg-. no matter who owned the car.—H, ed veteran. Is there some type of j .(•.;• Dear Helen: Adm. Thomas H. Moorer, chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, went to the Cambodian capital the day after Laird left here. During Laird's visit to Saigon,, the South Vietnamese asked for an additional $35 million in aid and in return agreed to help the Cambodians reopen Highway 4, which U.S. military officials considered vital to Cambodian, survival. But military sources said the operation has proved to be slower and much more difficult than expected, and apparently the South "Vietnamese-, also had U.S. air JC-I [Modern Question Dear Helen: I don't own a car, being in college and broke. My girl has a job,-so sho provides the wheels. WeU H< len, here's a question for you. When.a guy drives, the girl sits close. Usually he drives with one hand. • So when the girl drives, what does the guy do? I don't-feel right, "snuggling". And if she tried, to drive with only one. hand I'd jump out of the car. —KEEPING MY DISTANCE? Dear KMD: Why doesn't she leave, the driving to you? I probably sound super unmodern, but Pd put the' man behind the steering wheel, insurance available to me? I.. A. .If you have a service- connected disability, you may qualify for Service Disabled Veterans Insurance. You must within one year of the date of notice that service-connection is granted, but you may apply before requesting or receiving a grant of . service-connection. Upon receipt of your application for this insurance, VA will determine if you are eligible. j Also;! a veteran may convert this Servicemen's Group Life Insurance to an individual, permanent policy within 120 days after separation from service, j Q. I want to enter college next summer. , Should I advise the VA now, or enroll and ad-: vise the registrar of my veteran status at that time? You should inform - the soon as possible of your .1 am married to a man who is very outgoing. He,is the type who can*j yell out "I love you" in a whole roomful of people. Pm not demonstrative, though. I love him deeply, and show "it when-we^re alone. Pd like to be like he is, but I get embarrassed. I guess he doesn't realize this. He got! the idea that because Pm quiet, Pm not fond of him, so when he left for the service he said he wouldn't write until I showed him (differently.- That made me kind of mad, and when his family Should started getting letters and I didn't, I. was miserable. I give in and write? —THE QUIET ONE i A. VA as plans to enroll. jMBjk 0 675 4300 NIGHT! TWO 1MOWS »T 1M * »:«! THE TRAUELIIUG EHECUTI0IUER c p starts WEDNESDAY l"B CWTTDINGUS PANAVlSIOtr METROCOLOR SUNDAY-MONDAY Dear Quiet: . . For j goodness sakes, write a love letter that will burn a hole in the sky!, Tell your husband all the things you find it hard to express, and keep those letters coming! You two will discover whence gets home, that you know each other tw: ce as well as when he/left. «H. Dear Helen: ,. My husband and I have been secretly married for six months. We plan to have a wedding on our first anniversary and tell everyone our secret then. I live with my mother and he has an apartment. FamUy conflicts made this arrangement seem best. • But we're having conflicts now of our own. When my husband tells me he's coming to see me, and then doesn't show up, I get mad, wondering if he is taking me for granted. Then when I go to his apartment, my cousins sometimes see me, and they think we're having an affair. It's hard to convince them | we're just watching TV when actually that isn't all we're doing. ,[. - J':.' The fellows at work don't make things easier by talking about 0 marriage as if it were a trap. Pm wondering whether we'll last until our second ' day at this rate. Any suggestions?.--SECRETLY MRS. C. "wedding" Dear Mrs. C.: Must secrecy. you wait for that "anniversary"? Six more months of and you.may "celebrate" it with a divorce! —H. REFERENCES EXPERIENCE Mll^unT O Reasonable Rates RlullULO ONE ROOM OR TEN! 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