The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on March 3, 1971 · Page 5
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WMDNKSDAY, MARCH 3, 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 15? per word Minimum Charge $1.25 Charges are at a reduced cash Tate 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; BLACKFACE 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. Satur day, call before 9 a.m.. CANCELLATION'S Preceding day CLASSIFIED DISPLAY- v Classified per col. inch $1.10 1 inch daily per month $22.00 Each additional inch — $13.00 Rates Quoted Are Local FOR SALE — Agriculture limestone. Ed Henry. 675-7235 P-59 FOR SALE — 3 lots west of Sweetland and Trailer Court; 1 lot west side Green St., 3rd. lot north Dearborn. Will sell all or singles. Herman Levi P-.54 FOR. SALE Aluminum.siding Storm windows-doors. Kool- Vent Awnings. A. J.' Butz ' 675-2646. C-TF. USED CARS FOR SALE — '62 Chevy 2 door hardtop; 327 cu. in, 3 speed on floor. Best offer. Call after .. 5, 675-7285. P-53 PETS FOR SALE FOR SALE --Sears 140,000 BTU gas space heater. Like new. Call 675-7285. P-53 FOR SALE ™ A profitable small business, restaurant, grocery and gas. Hobbs, Indiana. 3 room apartment upstairs. 6752163 or 675-6548. C-56. FOR SALE — Genie garage openers by Alliance from $139.95. George Morrisett 6752096. TF CLASSIFIEDS PAY By LESTER L. OOLEMAN. M.D. Learning to Express Fear Dr. Coleman WHEN I eat something sour,' a swelling- appears underneath my chin. This lasts for a few. hour, then tiisap- pears. Could this be cancerous? Miss S. P., Conn. Dear Miss P.: It is Interesting to me that so many letters seem to end in an explosion o f fear about cancer. In.many instances, these fears tend to undermine the stability of the individual and the personal happiness h e _ : is entitled to. "Is it cancerous ?" is a question that seems to dominate the thinking of frightened . people who j 'have ho justification for such fears. . t Unless that . question is asked of the doctor, and unless it is satisfactorily answered.' the emotional health of the. individual is threatened. • and sometimes even destroyed. No, your 8 1 o r y does not point to a cancerous condition. It is difficult to believe that a cancerous growth would come and go, as you describe. A far more common reason for this condition is some obstruction in, the tiny tube that carries saliva from the gland -beneath your chin. . This tube can be blocked by a small stone that acts as a ball valve and temporarily interferes with the flow of saliva. This makes the gland pop out, especially after eating tart or sour foods. There now are some excellent methods by which a dye is Instilled into the tube' and into the salivary gland. Then X-rays can show the site of the obstruction. 1 If a small stone is present, it is easily and painlessly removed, The removal -<of a stone- or even a salivary gland is sometimes far easier than the removal of the fears that linger • on and terrorize people. If we are to attain any de­ gress of happiness we. must avoid becoming the chronic . fear-invalid. It is not easy, in a complicated world such as ours, to be totally free of anxiety and tension. Yet an effort must be made to side-track unrealistic and hidden fears that tend to devitalize us and to keep us from functioning with, peace of mind. • Certainly, you have a right to be concerned about the swelling in your neck. But reassurance might be easily obtained from your doctor. It is imperative that you and other readers similarly beset by fears seek from your physicians .the emotional support you need. This can come only by expressing your fears, by bringing: your fears into . the open. • ••*.. SPEAKING OF YOUR HEALTH: A firm rule of saf- *e"ty is' to give up smoking in bed. Better than that . . . give up smoking! Dr. Lester Coleman has prepared u special booklet for readers of this column, "Alcoholism—A FaniUy Disease." It probes this grave problem and offers hopeful advice. For your copy, send 25 cents In coin and a large, •elf-addressed 6-cent stamped envel- '.. ope to Lester L. Coleman, M.D.. P.O. Box 5170, Grand Central Station, New York, N. V. 10017. Please mention the booklet by title. (© 1971. Kinp Features Syndicate. Inc.) Wanted ; Industrnl Nurses Industrial nurse. Must be R.N. preferably with industrial experience. Full time, daylight position. Good salary and benefits. Send resume to Employee relations director, • P.O. Box 930, Kokomo, Indiana, 46901 or call 317/4577511 extension 261. Equal opportunity employer. HELP WANTED ~ Lady to live in and care for elderly lady. =• 675-4011. TF FOR RENT FREE — Puppies, mixture of collie and German Shepherd 11:30 to 2 p.m. 947-3205. .C-52 FOR SALE --* Black and tan pup, over 6 i months old. Ph. 292-2569 after 6 o'clock. Female Help Wanted HELP WANTED — Babysitter . evenings in my home. 2 child. ren. One school age, one 21/2 years old. Patty Reecer, 675 4888. C-54 FEMALE HELP WANTED -Adult. Part time. Apply Fri. 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. Polar Bear Drive In. C-53 TYPIST NEEDED - Electric, normal or above requirements for G.P.M., 45 hours per week - opening sometime in June or before. Apply Box A A. Tipton Daily Tribune. . C-61 FOR RENT — .4 room furnished upstairs apartment. Adults or one child. 409 Oak St. TF FOR RENT — Furnished upstairs 3 room apartment. Heat and water furnished. In Tipton. 552-6953. P-56 FOR RENT — One full size lot for big trailer. Phone 6752692. C-53 FOR RENT — Nice 2 bedroom unfurnished apartment. Private entrance, adults. . 6754304. TF FOR RENT — 3 room - unfurn-' ished apartment. Upstairs. Phone 675-2734. P-54 FOR RENT — 2 bedroom trailer. 292-2551. P-53 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR SALE --3 bedroom all modern home on 9 acres, more or less, in Tipton Co. 758-4703. ' . , P-52 FOR: SALE — House at 233 W. Washington. Full basement, garage on corner lot. 6756639. . C-52 FOR SALE —.7 room home., partially remodeled. Immediate possession. Phone 5954705. C-56 WANTED TO BUY • WANTED TO BUY * WENEEDUSED FURNITURE Top Dollar— Fast Pick-up 552-5315 EARLYWINE'S ,E. Kilee, Tiptnn. Co. SERVICES RAY BROWN Roofing and Carpenter work. 552-3238. P-66 URENTH New F-826D 90 h.p. Tractor, Only $700. for 30 days. Contact us early for rental details on this and other new tractors and equipment. Come in and reserve your new rental outfit how. ARMSTRONG FARM EQUIPMENT Sway zee, Ind. 317/922-7941 your INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER DEALER SA /E Big! Do your own rug and upholstery cleaning with Blue Lustre. Rent Electric Sham- pooef , $1. . Carney's Drug Store. C-55 - \ WE NEED"* . , USED BOATS. % : MOTORS & TRAILERS* Any make or size. Phone - .. 552.-5315 * HOOVER TAX SERVICE— H&R Block graduate. Phone 675-2754; P-70 POST BUILDINGS Commercial - Farm Call Collect 317-985-2541 PORTABLE WELDING — Water line thawing. Tony Hancock 947-3832. TF New offering '•=• 2 acres with -6 room house in excellent condition. TV Service Doug Merchant .3 n«5 3 bedroom French provincial home with many extras; priced.to sell. SEPTIC TANK Cleaning. Raymond Tragesser. ' Call 5527162 or. 675-2163. C-TF 1 acre building lot, well located. 5 room house located close to town. Will sell on contract. 31 acres, all tillable with a semi-modern house. 4 apartment-house, with large lot for parking. Also has garage that could be converted to another apart- _ ment; close to town. LISTINGS ARE NEEDED AS I HAVE MANY PROSPECTIVE BUYERS Want to sell or buy? Give "Mr. Ed" a try! ED MEL0CHE 675-4993 675-6810 Paint Glass Radiator Repair HANKINS BODY SHOP 445 Sweetland 675*6847 Front End Alignment Brake Reline Monroe Shocks Mufflers & Pipes, Wheel Balancing SMITH TIRE Phone 675-6165 LOST & FOUND FOUND — Young buff colored male cat. • A pet. 675-2369; P-53 PERSONAL WASHER and DRYER REPAIR Service. Joe Reed, 675-6123 P-54 CARD OF THANKS I want to thank my. doctors, private duty nurses, nurses' aides and anyone.else who helped care for, me while I was in the hospital. I also want'to thank my family, friends and neighbors for their prayers, flowers, cards, help and concern. , : AH these kindness will never be forgotten. . Janice Off Carolyn Coy TAX SERVICE — H&R Bloct^graduateA 221 S. Main. Evwffligs^and Sat-' urday afternoon -by agpoint-" ment. Phone 675-6960. TF Auction Service WE TAKE... • Consignments for Auction. • .Special Solas. • Antique Sales. • -Liquidations. Plenty of Seats. Nice Warm Building. — APPRAISALS — EARLYWINE'S FRONT WHEEL ALIGNMENT WHEEL BALANCE >. ; TUNE UP; EBERT'S A*CO SERVICE- OIAL 675-7125 SINCLAIR IS ARCO T.V. RENTAIB — For hospital room $1.00 per day.; Phone Elwood 552-3796. P-56 j' IN MEMORIAM In memory of Sam Dannie Clabough, who left us March 3,1970. He bade no one a last farewell He said goodbye to none His loving heart has ceased-to beat His precious smile is gone. •Our hearts still aches with Ion . liness . ,, ; Our eyes shed many tears Only God., knows how much "we miss him At- the closing of this first sad year. Mom, Bob, Paula, Sam Dannie Jr., Joe and Andrea THE ALMANAC By United Press International Today is Wednesday, March 3, the 62nd day of 1971 with 303 to follow. J The-^oon is in its first quarter. The morning stars are Venus, Mars, Jupiter arid Mercury. The evening star is Saturn. On this day in history: In 1849 theU. S. Department of ^Interior was created by Congress. In 1879 Mrs. Belva Ann Lockwood became the first woman lawyer . to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court. In 1931 . the "Star Spangled Banner" was designated by an Act of Congress as the National Page 5 Athem of the United States. In 1945 the desperate Germans sent their flyintf "buzz bombs" across the English Channel-against Britain for the first time. A' . thought for the day: American writer William Henry Hudson said: "You cannot fly like an eagle with the wings of a wren." WASHINGTON - House Speaker Carl Albert, 62, saying he will retire at age 70: The' job of speaker is difficult _ and I don't want to carry on "the job when I get old." Z. U.S.S.R. 10. Esca- lake millo's 3. Flaubert's forte Bovary 16. Critical 4. Sea shell com­ seller - ment 5. Selection 20. Func­ from tion • "Carmen" 22. Affs . (2\vds.> com­ 6.5=down. panion for 24. Glut example 26. In apple 7. Declaim pie 8. Awakened. order as 28. Line to from sign a punch 30. Toy with (2wds.) 33. Fortune- 9. Mollusk , telling delicacy cards DAILY CROSSWORD ACROSS ' 1. Comedian; De Luise 4. Headline 8. Beach house 11. Israeli dance 12. Mistreated 13. Hiberhia 14. Prefix for bad 15. Have a- talkfest 17. Polish the platter 18. Building extension 19. Soprano. " Lucine 21. British dandy 23. Gnaw 25. Spanish or- Bermuda 27. Golden- haired 29. Heron 31. Therefore 32. Valentine . symbol 34. Career . . tippler ' 35. Contrived 37. Aunt (Sp.J 38. Table scrap 39. Eye part 41. Edging for a surrey 43. Languish 44. Yearned 45.0n—— - (impatient) ; 46 "twixt zeta and theta DOWN 1."- Rheingold" Yesterday's Answer 35. Before dream or after peace 36. Barren 40. Meet a bet 42. trice 1 2 5 4 S b 7 B 10 • II - 12. IJ~ 14 IS & lb m 17 IB ''/•'{/. 19 20 w n 21 It 21 ZS 2b Zl 2B m so 11 M if fm V. 31 • 34 35 3b m 3ft V* 40 s 41 42 41 it 44 45 Mm 4b DAILY CRYTTOQUOTE —Here's how to work it: A X Y D L B A A X K i» LONGFELLOW One letter simply stands for another. In this sample A is used for the three L's, X for the two O's. etc. Single letters, apostrophes, the length and formation of the words are all hints. Each day the^ode letters are different. ' • A Cryptogram Quotation. NUU VKXOK.CH.H WH LNHCE QVX-A N Q A \V S C K H N U W A A NBC EC H W K C X; A B D C ' V N K B XI CSCKZ XKONA- W H T B X U W S C L C Z X A E W B H W A - TXTC. — H N T Q C U LQBUCK Yesterday's Cryptoquoti-: IF LEFT TO ITS OWN TENDENCIES. I BELIEVE POETRY WOULD EXCLUDE EVERYTHING BUT LOVE AND THE MOON.—ROBERT FROST ' i -. 1971 Kinir Features Syndiratc Inc.) 1st A Main 552-5315 FRONT-END ALIGNMENT — Smith, Tire Service, 115 N. Indep. .St. Phone 675-6165. . TF SI COMMUNITY AUCTION •-' I •' Sponsored by Tetersburg Christian Church. Saturday, March 6th, 1971 at 11:00 A.M. Located 6 miles west of Tipton on state road 28 or 1 mile west of intersection state roads 31 and 28. Sale to be held on the Christian Church lawn, j ..'••'. FURNITURE, UTENSILS AND DISHES: Wardrobe; roll-away bed and mattress: record player; set lawn furniture; portable R.C.A. radio; Monogram oil space heater; oil tank; base rocker; radio and record player combo.; metal table and 4 chairs; Frigidaire washer and dryer; 5 hole kerosene range; throw rugs; some bedding; 10 gal. aquarium and supplies; magazine racks; electric mixer; new 14 quart pressure cooker; assortment of vases; 2 used pressure cookers; lots of dishes and utensils; lamps and much more. TRACTOR AND FARM EQUIPMENT: International tractor; 2 row cultivators to fit H or M; 2 bottom 14 in. plow, pull type; International string tie baler; roll over dirt scoop; sprayer and side bar for Bolens tractor; Dawson 16 hole feeder; 1 bu. of Beck seed corn; some straw; 1 extra well bred goat. - MISCELLANEOUS PROPERTY: 16 ga. shot gun; 1965 model M. W. motor bike; size 11 bowling shoes; poultry equipment; fire place wood; flower planter; lawn sweeper; . lawn mower; house paint; toy tractor; other toys; silver, plated sugar, creamer, bowl and tray set; clothing; baby stroller and other equipment. ANTIQUES: Flower stand; hay knife; hay fork; milk can; corn sheller; jars; crocks; wash stand; some dishes. This is only a partial listing, property donated or consigned will be accepted up until sale time. Terms: Cash Not responsible for accident. Nash, Swinford, Carter auctioneers, VeHI Myers, Clerk Lunch served by ladles of Tetersburg Christian Church.

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