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l'tse 6 • Know Your Government THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1970 TV Movies of the Week (Continued from "page one) The board also shall examine all warrants redeemed by the county treasurer and turned over to county auditor, for. which the county treasurer claims credit, with the corresponding stubs, vouchers or register, seeing that such warrants are properly cancelled so they cannot again be put in circulation and that a proper accounting has been made between such officers of all funds. In practice this function is exercised by the State Board of Accounts. May Alter Townships. In keeping with its original power to lay out and divide the county into any number of townships which the convenience of the citizens requires, the Board of County Commissioners may make alterations in the number, names and bounda- • ries of townships. However, no township or townships may be abolished or present boundary li-. nes in any way altered unlessa rnajoritytfTthe freeholders of the township or townships affected sign a petition requesting the Board of County Commissioners to order such change or abolishment . The General Assembly has made special provision for reestablishing the boundaries of townships when a portion of the . township becomes the property of the State of Indiana or of the United States. Issuance of Bonds Whenever it is necessary to construct, complete or repair the courthouse, jail or other county buildings, construct grade separation structures, or whenever it may be desirable to fund or average any existing debt incurred for county purposes where revenues afforded by reasonable taxation are insufficient to do the same, the county commissioners acting with the County Council may borrow money for that purpose. However, the total bonded debt of a county may not exceed two per cent of the assessed valuation of the real and personal property of the county, and bonds can be issued only in accordance with restrictions and under conditions set up in statutes governing such actions. The Board of County Commissioners may, at its discretion, provide for the payment of interest on issues of bonds in annual or semi-annual installments. The Board of Commissioners provides^ by taxation, for the annual payment of the interest accruing on all bonds sold. Bounties and Rewards. County commissioners - may authorize the county treasurer to pay specified bounties and rewards for arrests. BIG TOWEL C A Ml Mf* from the Christmas Plate! mm I I 1 1 .25, bath towel Pick elegant 'Rhapsody' woven jacquard pattern or velvety solid color Terri-Suede' towels—color coordinated. Thirsty, sheared cotton terry. Mix them to create several decorating schemes. Hand towel, reg. 1.25,98* Wash cloth, reg. 65c, 52< Sale prices effective thru Saturday Alter Watercourses. The Board of County Commissioners has the power to straighten or change the course, direction or location of the channel of any stream or body of water, and to change any watercourse, or the flow of any stream or body of water within the limits of the county. The commissioners are empowered to authorize the county road superintendent to use county equipment on private property for ditching, grading or hauling gravel for roads when the equipment is in the vicinity of such property. A schedule of charges is established for this work. Establish Parks The Board of Commissioners is authorized to purchase or otherwise acquire any lands within such county for park purposes, or to accept, on behalf of the county, any lands which may be granted, devised, bequeathed or otherwise conveyed to the county for park purposes, and to make the necessary improvements thereon.. The commissioners may establish parks or recreation centers in cooperation with cities, towns and school corporations, and Boards of Commissioners of two or more counties may create joint parks. In counties in which there are no first or second class cities a 2-cent tax may be levied for the maintenance of public parks within the county or within one of its cities or towns upon a petition signed by 200 or more taxpayers, provided there is not a greater number of remonstrators. Lease Buildings to Cities. In any county where there are parts of county buildings not needed for the use of courts or county officers, the said buildings being located within a city or town, it is lawful for the Board of Commissioners to lease such part or parts of such buildings to the city or town in which they are located, for any period not exceeding 10 years in any one lease. Construct Public Halls. The Board of County Commissioners 11" Special buy! Boys' wool/ nylon parkas with warm • acrylic pile/cotton backed lining. Drawstring hood. Plaids. 6-14. 13 99 Rancher style jacket special! Boys' wool/nylon blend, with warm acrylic pile/cotton backed lining. Plaids: 12-20. Open: Mon.-Wed. 9-5:30 Fri. 9-10 Sat. 9-9 rennetff The Christmas Place 116-118 S. Main Tipton, Indiana has the power to construct and maintain public halls and has power to purchase real estate on which to locate such halls and to raise the revenue necessary by levying a tax on all property in the county subject to taxation. County commissioners also are authorized to join with the County Council and the City Council of the county seat in the formation of a County Building Authority. This authority is empowered to finance, construct, and manage buildings for public or governmental purposes". Construct War Memorials.' County commissioners may establish memorials, parks and artificial lakes as world war memorials, either singly or jointly with any city within the county. Erect Historical Markers. The county commissioners may provide for erection of historical markers upon petition received from local vicic or historical organizations. Such markers and the inscription must be approved by the Indiana Historical Bureau. Property Sale by Public Auction. The Board of County Commissioners may not sell any county property, either personal or real, except at public auction. Sale of Property to State. Whenever any county owns any real estate upon which is situated any courthouse, public office building, or any other building used for public purposes, which the State of Indiana may desire to buy, the Board of Commissioners may sell this real estate to the State of Indiana. Poor Relief Duties If any person believes he or she is entitled to assistance for the poor which a township trustee refuses to provide, the Board of County Commissioners must grant such person a hearing, and, if it d e e m s proper, direct the trustee to grant aid. Any applicant for poor relief or any taxpayer of such county has the right of an appeal from the findings of the Board of County Commissioners to the Circuit, Superior or Probate court of the county, on the rejection of any application, modification of any award, or the granting of any award, or the failure to modify any award. The Board of Commissioners is authorized to estimate in advance the amount of money which will be required for the next 12- month period for the township relief of the poor of the various townships of the county in excess of the amounts which can be reasonably advanced out of the gene- i ral fund of the county for that! purpose. The commissioners may include estimates of funds for this purpose in the general fund budget and the County Council may appropriate for such advancement in the budget and levy adopted by the council. The Tax Adjustment Board must include the additional amount in the final tax levy for the general fund. The Board of Commissioners; is directed to settle with the ov -i erseers of the poor (township trustee).in the several townships within the county at least once in .every year. j Regulate Food Establishments. County commissioners may enact ordinances to regulate.and establish minimum standards for the operation of food establishments in the county. Ordinances adopted in this manner must not conflict with those issued by the State Board of Health and are not effective in cities and towns maintaining their own health departments unless they elect to come under the ordinance. The commissioners also are authorized to regulate other health factors outside the corporate limits of cities and towns. Relocate and Vacate Highways. Power to change, vacate, or open any highway in any township is 9:00 P.M. O — "Coogan's .Bluff" (1968), with Clint Eastwood and Lee J. Cobb. An Arizona lawman tracks a killer in the concrete and steel canyons of New York. 11:00 P.M. O—"The Roots of Heaven" (1958), with Errol Flynn and Juliette Greco. One man fights to obtain strong laws to protect elephants. By LESTER L. COLEMAN, M.D. science Today On Fear of Hospitalization (Continued from page two) Scandiatransplant's joint catalog of kidney patients speeds selection of the recipient, while a local air taxi company Is frequently pressed into operation to get the.transplant on the move. 'We don't have much" time," Dr. Kissmeyer explains. "Ten hours is the maximum we can expect a kidney to remain in good shape. If we can't arrange an ambulance flight or surface transport quickly we requisition an army or air force helicopter." Transportation Costs Transportation ccmes to between $500 and $900, depending on the distance. The doctors prefer to keep costs down by calling on the military, although -national regulations force the hospitals to try private companies first Despite its lack of formal organization, Scandiatransplant still has an informal list of bylaws. They stipulate concentration on kidney swaps among Nordic nations, with a gradual development to embrace all | Europe perhaps, later, and North America. Beyond this mercy mission, the outfit—funded by National Health Schemes— sees to it that tissue analyses among participating nations are uniform, that red tape is as simplified as possible, and that communications are immediately responsive and uncomplicated. One clearing house per country is responsible for enforcement. Hospital News SAT., NOV. 21, 1970 ADMISSIONS: Hazel Swift; DISMISSALS: Judy Watson, Hobbs; . Cathy Lyon, Kokomo; James McLerran, Tipton; Ber- (tha Waters, Windfall; Teresa Crumley, Tipton; James Roudebush, Atlanta; Paul Amos, Kempton; Carolyn Comstock, Tipton. I INSISTED on staying overnight in the hospital when my child had her tonsils taken out I had to go to a distant hospital to do this because our local one did not allow mothers to stay overnight. Some of my friends think I made too much of a fuss over this, arid believe that a child is better off in the hospital without his mother. I know that this is a great area of interest to you. Would you column about Dr. Coleman write another it? Mrs. H.P.R., Ohio Dear Mrs. R.: Good for you! Going to another community is one of the ways that parents can put firm, but subtle pressure on hospitals that still fail to recogni2e the importance of arranging for a parent to sleep in with a child: It is gratifying, however, to know that more and more hospitals have passed through the "dark ages" of psychological inadequacy, and now make possible this important contribution to the child. The psychological aftereffects of hospitalization and surgery can often leave emotional scars that are far worse' than the physical condition for which hospitalization was necessary. Most children, accustomed to the security of their home •• and family, feel that they have been abandoned at this most crucial time of their lives if they are left alone.- Psychiatrists and psychologists have repeatedly emphasized the need for giving children more rather than less, security during this time. Surely it is asking too much of a small child to expect him to cope with the frightening, and strange setting of a hospital, with Its unexpected rou -v tines and uniformed people, unless he has been well prepared for these things. If he is' all alone, this is an. additional hardship. Usually, the very mothers who feel that the child is "better off" without them are the ones who are most likely to neglect preparing their children for this most important experience. Children who are told a) the truth about the reasons for their operation,' b) what they can expect at the hospital, and • c) why certain procedures are necessary,' are spared unnecessary fear and anxiety. They are then able to take in stride even the anesthesia, because it has been explained to them that this is designed to spare them pain. Many parents have found It helpful to prepare their children for hospitalization by reading "A Visit to the Hospital," a storybook written under my supervision. It tells the story of one child's hospital experience, and it covers all the essential things a child should know ahead of time. • * • SPEAKING OF YOUR HEALTH: Keep up immunization with regular booster shots. Dr. Lester Coleman has a special eye-care booklet available for readers of this column railed, "What You Should Know About Glaucoma and Cataracts." For your copy, send 25 rents 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. Tuesday 8:00 A.M. 0 —"Gurpoint" (1966), with Audie Murphy and Joan Staley. Sheriff of a small town persues a gang after they rob the train and kidnap a dance hall girl. 1:00 P.M. O—"Mardi Gras" (1958V} with Pat Boone and Tommy. Sands.. Virginia Military Institute . cadets run a raffle to see which one of them will take the Mardi Gras queen to their graduation ball. 4:30 P.M. O — "Live Fast Die Young" (1958), with Mike Connors and Troy Donahue. Rebellious teenager runs away . from her home. 8:30 P.M. (B —"Crowhaven Farm" (TV Movie), with Hope Lange and Paul Burke. A rural New England farm holds a terrifying secret for a couple. 9:00.P.M. O — "Hauser's Memory" (TV Movie) starring David McCallum and Susan ' Strasberg. A young scientist turns himself into a human guinea pig in an experiment. 11:00 P.M. O — "Track of the Cat" (1954), with Robert Mitchum and Tab Hunter, /Brothers set out.to capture a- mountain lion. Wednesday 9:00 A.M. 0 — "Wild, Wild Winter" (1966). with Chris Noel and Gary Clarke. College stu- vested in the county commissioners under specific regulations as to the petition, notice, appointment of viewers and assessment of damages. Burial of Soldiers, Sailors and Marines. County commissioners are authorized to provide for the burial of members of the armed forces who have received honorable discharges, and also for the spouse of the honorary discharged veteran. The maximum allowance is $100. Purchase of County Forests The county commissioners may levy taxes for the purchase and maintenance of county forests. . Community Mental Health Cen. ters and/or Community Retardation Centers. County commissioners are authorized to appropriate money to assist, in construction and operation of community mental retardation and psychiatric treatment centers. County Cemetery Commission. Authority is given county commissioners to appoint a five-member County Cementery Commission and establish a tax base for the purpose of restoring and maintaining cemeteries established before 1850 which are without funds or sources of funds. dent sleds after captain of the girl's ski team. 1:00 P.M. O—"Night People" (1954), with Gregory Peck and Broderick Crawford. Daily intrigue in East Berlin. 4:30 P.M. 0—"War Arrow" (1953), with Jeff Chandler and Dennis Weaver in the story of Major Howell Brady, whose trained Seminoles defeated Kiowa hordes. 7:30 P.M. O — "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" (1964), with Debbie Reynolds and Harve Persnell. When her husband, miner Johnny Brown, makes the richest gold strike in Colorado, Molly sets out to crash Denver society. 9:00 P.M. O — "Diamond Head" (1962), with Charleton Heston and George Chakiris. An agriculture leader tries to stop his sister's marriage to an island boy. 12:00 Midnight Q—"Bright Lear' (1950), with Gary Cooper and Lauren Bacall. A tenant farmer, driven from his home, returns to wipe out the magnate's empire. Thursday (O 1970. King Features Syndicate, Inc.) SUN., NOV. 22, 1970 ADMISSIONS: Ethel M. Foster, Tipton; AlbertL.Kimbler, Windfall; Harry V. Myers, Tipton; Sharon S. Dick, Atlanta; Iva M. Friend, Kempton; Patricia A. Wiles, New Castle. DISMISSALS: - Grace Sallee, Tipton; Steven E. Howey, Sharpsville; Diana Bain, Kirklin; Suzanne Boran & Infant, Noblesville; Ena Vera Ham, Tipton; Dorothy Debalski, Hemlock. BERTH: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dick, Atlanta; Boy born November 22 at 2:33 D.m. CHRISTMAS Toys, appliances, power and hand tools, gifts for all ages. All at discount prices! Use our layaway. FLEET SUPPLY INC. Kokomo 11/2 miles north of K-Mart UJS. 31 By-Pass 12:00 Noon © — '"Gulliver's Travels Bey sod the Meon." Cartoon feature. 1:00 P.M. O — "Mr. Magoo in Sherwood Forest'' Animated film. 1:30 P.M. 0 — "The Rdnc- tant Astronaut" (1967), comedy feature with Don Knotts/ 7:30 P.M. O. — "Jumping Jacks" (1953), with Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis. Dean and Jerry join the paratroopers. S:N P.M. 0 —"Oklahoma!" (1955), starring Gordon MacRae and Shirley Jones, in this film version of Rodgers and Hammerstein's musical. The story is set in the period preceding Oklahoma's bid for statehood and concerns two men and-a girl. 11:00 P.M. O — "My Little Chickadee" (1940), with W. C. Fields and Mae West. A lady plays the field in search of a rich husband. Friday 9:00 A.M. 0 — "Agent for Harm" with Mark Richman and Wendell Corey. An outer space blob that crawls, creeps and turns human flesh into a fungus invades the earth. 1:00 P.M. O— "Three Stooges Go Around the World in a Daze" (1963), with the Three Stooges. 4:30 P.M. O — "It Grows on Trees" (1952), with Dean Jagger- and Irene Dunne. Money begins to grow on the Baxter's . backyard tree. * 9:00 P.M. 0 — "A Girl Named Tamik»" (1961), starring Laurence .Harvey add France Nuyen. An ambitious European photographer courts an American secretary to wlJf U.S. citizenship. ' • 11:00 P.M. 0 — TheVam- pire's Coffin** (1964), with Able Salazar. A "doctor removes a vampire's body from a cemetery; Also *The Wltcheri' Mirror." 11:30 P_M. 0 — Duel ia the Jungle" {1954), with Dana Andrews and Jeanne Cram. An insurance man follows a girlfriend of a man believed dead. Saturday Z:00 P.M. O — "Wicttta" . (1956), with Joel McCrea and Vera Miles, in a western adventure about the wild town of Wichita. Z:W PJtf. 0 — "Sherlock Holmes Faces Death" (1938), with Basil Rathbone. Holmes discovers a "subterranean crypt. ' 2:30 PJI. O — "Up Perl- scope" (1961), with James Gar-r ner and Edpwnd O'Brie/t Work! War H drama." 3:30 PJH,' 0 — "Walktifc My Baby Back Heme" (1955), with Donald O'Connor and Janet Leigh. Wealthy yOOBg maa forms a band with, setae G. I. pal*." 9:00 P.M. O — '.'Man Called Gannon," with Tony Franciosa. 11:00 P.M. JBr-"Gypsy Girl" with Hayley Mills and Ina flfc- Shane. Followed by Nite People Theater. 11:30 P-M. O — •'Storjejf Esther Costello," with Jfcftn Crawford. Also; "Zarak" with Victor. Mature. _-01:3» PJML 0 — ,J Fa%> fteKame^f the Game" (ISO), with Tony Francies* »jmd Jill S JO&L Reporter lor a maga- e accidentally diicoverss&e tody of a slain girl. A3tf>; fgMta Fe Trait" <19~» with Errol Flynri and Olivia Be- HaiiHand. *»«5 ALL PURPOSE MONEY SERVICE If you hava any used for MONEY feel free to come to us. We consider It I privilege to serve you. Ed Mtlocfet "The MONEY man" aCeaveff & (Bates 112 N. Main .'..'' 675-44331 . "Tha Loan Company that gats to know, their customers t appreciates their tmslntss." LOANS IMPORTANT NOTICE Peoples Loan & Credit Company have combined their Loan accounts with: Leavell & Bates Loan Co. 112 N. Main Street Phone 675-4433 We ask that all our customers stop in the Leavell & Bates office to get acquainted as soon as possible. We want to thank our customers for your loan business and ask you to continue your business with Leavell & Bates. They are also a locally owned company that started business in Tipton in 1905. Their manager Ed Meloche has fifteen years experience and am sure he will be happy to meet you. Thank you again! O.D. Adams Peoples Loan & Credit Co.

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