The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on January 21, 1971 · Page 2
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January 21, 1971

The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 2

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Tage 2 si THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE r wahe r upwithd* r driedout feeling? you need a motsturevent a new and unique humidifier humidifies effectively vaporizes (fust add the agent to the water) By LESTER L. OOLEMAN, M.U. Snow removal should be safe Cures: Real and Imagined fits any standard floor register © easy to install • 3 quart water capacity- easy to fill • maintenance free • filters easy to replace • replacement filters available • deodorizes Oust add the deodorant to j the water) • filters (extra relief for tfie allergic) • deflects air away from walls and drapes] Dr. Coleman Compton & Son, Inc. Tipton, Indiana 202-206 E. Jefferson 675-2133 WE SEEM to have exhaust. . ed our patience. We find that we are going from doctor to doctor, all over, the country, to find a cure for my wife's attacks of shortness of breath. Now, we have been told about a- special cellular treatment in Europe, and are even tempted to go there. Do you know anything about this form of •treatment ? Mr. G.W.P., La. Dear Mr. P.: The first error you have been making is 'to peddle your wife's medical • problem from place to place, losing the great advantage of proper direction and continuity by your own physician. When you are sick, you arc understandably -impatient. But this impatience can do you a great injustice. Medical knowledge - is not the private possession of any one doctor or group, of doctors. When a form of medical treatment is found effective, it is reported in medical journals throughout the world, and its success is repeated e^ry-. where. A firm rule' of wisdom is that any medical information known by one person alone, and exclusively used by him, must be suspect. I am aware of the so-called . cellular treatment that you mention. It has found enthusiastic response with some people; but stay away from it, for it will only be accompanied by disappointment and by expenditures of time and moneey. You may ask why there are enthusiastic "recovered" patients who have had the cellular treatment Undoubtedly, these "recovered" patients would have recovered had they been given even simple sugar water at -these expensive and distant treatment centers. Some people "recover" from their diseases more rapidly if their financial outlay is greater, and the treatment center is . not available to everyone. This form of medical snobbery then makes these patients members of the "exclusive club," and soon they become self-appointed public relations agents.. The psychological benefits are' sometimes great for those who seek far-distant cures. It takes, them away from the stresses within their family and -from the pressures of their family and 0 from the pressures of their jobs. When real organic disease is present, however, there is a built-in danger of running from doctor to doctor. - and town to town, while valuable time is being lost—time that might well be spent in uncovering the basic cause of your wife's condition.' Unfortunately, there arc still many incomplete answers - to medical problems. This makes the cure of your wife's condition so difficult. All 'consultations with physicians in and out of your city should be made through your own doctor. The kind advice of- well-meaning friends will only confuse you further. SPEAKING OF YOUR HEALTH: A heavy meal before bedtime is not conducive to restful sleep. . Dr.. Lester Coleman has a . special eye -care booklet avail- able for reader* of this column called, "What You Should Know- About Glaucoma and Cataracts." For your copy, •end 25 centa in.cola and a large, self-addressed 6-cent , stamped envelope to Leater L. . Coleman, M.D, P.O. Box 5170, -Grand Central Station, New York, N.Y. 10017; Please mention the booklet by title. (C 1971, King- Features Syndicate. Inc.) SYRACUSE, N.Y. (UP1) Owners j of snow removal equipment j should read the owner's manual and know the. equipment thoroughly, advises the Outdoor Power Equipment Institute (OPEI). j 1 To reduce 1 the chance of injury, OPEI offers these safety . rules:' ; ' \i ||. —Know, the controls and how to stop quickly, and keep children 1 and pets a safe distance away. —Disengage power and stop the motor before cleaning discharge, removing obstacles, making adjustments, or when, leaving operating position. —Never direct discharge at a bystander nor allow anyone in Today's Almanac By United Press International Today is Thursday, Jan. 14, the 14th day of 1971. 1 -' '•' The moon is between its full: phase and last quarter. The morning stars are Mercury,! Venus, Jupiter and Mars. : -' . The evening star is Saturn. ' Those born today are under the sign of Capricorn. Philippine statesman Carlos Romulo was born Jan. 14, 1899. On this date in history: In 1914 Henry Ford began making automobiles by the assembly line method. In 1943 President Franklin D. Roosevelt and I British Prime Minister | Winston Churchill began a [ 10-day meeting in Morocco. In 1959 the firing squads of Cuban Premier Fidel Castro had executed 220 persons in two weeks. : In 1964 more than 140 died in .a snowstorm before it finally ended in the United States. A thought for today: American writer Ambrose Bierce said, "Women j could be more charming if one could fall into her arms without failing into her hands." HURSDAY. JANUARY 21, 1071 frpnt of the machine — debris. ' may be hidden in [the snow. Adjust .height to clear gravel or crushed rock surface. -fHandle gasoline with care — refuel in an open area. Disengage all clutches and shift intp ne.utral Iwfon-. starling motor. Keep hands, fuel, and clothing away from 3 drivi-.n parts. . —Use a grounded three-win: extension cord for all plug-in electric units. Keep machine in good operating condition and keep safety devices in place. . DAILY CROSSWORD ACROSS 1. Stage setting 6. Inferior 10. Crumble ; into dust 11. Possessor 13. Ties the oxfords 14. Annoy 15. Inquire. 16. Political • • patronage 18. Nourished 19. Still 20. Gelid 21. Anglo- Saxon coin . 22. Swiss river 24. Smirk 25. Endure . 27. Religious composition 28. Function j 29. Strip of f wood 30. Swab ' 31. Transgress ' 32. Abate j 35. Notre Dame's Parseghian ,36. Darjeeling. • '«<• ; 37. Brown kiwi 38. Mournful . song 40. Vocal group 42. John Jacob : 43. Hire v 44:jekyll , $ alter ego 45. Terminated DOWN- 1. Postpone 2. Expunge 37 T. S. Eliot's "The " (2 was.) 4. Poem 5. Breathe 6. Medicinal plant t. Have debts 8. The last drink: colloq. (4wds.) Daydream 12. Insect (2wds. > 17. Playing : card 23. Fruit- flavored thirst . quencher 24. Obtained 25. Fleet of warships : 26. Rude 27. Shackle 29. Prevari- . cation 3HCubic meter " Yesterday's Answer 33. City in Idaho 34. Uncovered 39. Deity 41. Barnyard fowl - 5 4 5 . 7 s H to II . 1} n . 15 It 17 19 70 ?• Zt ll • K IS (1 M 15 16 j§ ~ 36 m m 30 M 31 15 WM m =•* 40 41 . 45 • 45 DAILY CRYPTOQUOTE — Here's how to work it : 'AXYDLBAAXU - L O N G F E L L O W One letter simply stands for: another. In this sample A is used for the three'It's. X for the two O's, etc. Single letter's, apostrophes, the length and formation of the words are. all "" ' " '--'the code letters are different.^. A Cryptogram Quotation >_ JIBYRVYVC BR HZYRL- BZP HZYFYRS; KZP TQC- I P GQKZC XPDBZP CIP K R BR N O B Q V Cryptoquote: OPINIONS GROUNDED ONPRE- [ALWAYS SUSTAINED WITH THE GREAT!.—JEFFREY . 1971 King Features Syndicate. Inc.) ' hints. Each day TPBTUP YRS XPDl C Y R S C IP KZV P. Yesterday's JUDICE ARE , EST? VIOLENCE anners Friday, Saturday Janua I ry 22-23 StOrOS Variety Selection • Discount Prices BLUE LUSTRE SHAMPOO $198 Quart 3.69 Half-Gallon • Shampooer Rental Available Trench Coats 1 /j.v price Boys values to $5.77 2 Girls Jackets $ 4 while they last MEN'S SWEATSHIRT $|99 • Fruit of the Loom Quality • Long Sleeve in S.M.LandXL • Ai.orted Colors. Girls $ 2 while they last Men & Boys your choice $V 50 select few - $4.00 | Men - Boys Headwear V2 off $ 2 while they last LUSTRE CREME HAIR SPRAY 44° MON.-SAT. 9to9 SUNDAY Noon-6 P.M. 1* BANKAMERICARD * • master charge • SATISFACTION GUARAN OR YOUR MONEY BACK • Regular, Hard to Hold, or Unscented * Keeps Hair in place on the Windiest Days I* Save at This Low Price TIPTON SHOPPING CENTER LIMITED QUANTITIES AMD ALL OAKUMS St ORIS Girls Flannet Sleepwear V2 «« your choice - entire stock TRANSPARENT RUG RUNNER Ladies Fuzzy Slippers values to $3.48 99* QUAKER STATE MOTOR OIL 39 • Quality 10-W-30 • Regular 58c • Limit 5 22 • Tramparent Vinyl 27"«6' • Protect your carpet from Everyday Wear • Regularly $2.88 RUBBERMAID DISH PAN AND WASTEBASKET ASSORTMENT tVANir,'WASTEBASKET ^ Regular 98c • Large Atcortment of Colors • Buy Now and Save • DISH PAN ... • Regular $1.79 $133 ENDEN SHAMPOO C 1 5. oi, Liauid 1 Shatter proof. plastic Bottle ' Ends Dandruff problem* with regular uie 1 Regular.Difcount: 87c Mens Shirts j your choice- values to $5.77 While they last!! Mens - Ladies Terry PLASTIC VOLKSWAGEN • Durable Plastic Racing Model • Roof Panel Slides Back • Regularly Si -17 ^ Housecoats $250 regular $9.97 While they Fast LACE MATE COORDINATES SO50 PADDED BRA Sint 32Athru 40C Whit. Only. NYLON LACE STRETCH BRIEF R.gular or Bikini Qs4 fill On. fit. all ^ Tl W *» Asiort.d colon

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