The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 25, 1970 · Page 1
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 1

Tipton, Indiana
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Wednesday, November 25, 1970
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t '.'-j'L'D J. "--TOM *"* '" ^ , « - - T " "7 n :»*? • T-'^"--i STAT2- LIBRARY- I^DIAiiAPOLlS. IMDIASA VOLUME 75, NO. 45 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1970 10£ PER COPY 45£ PER WEEK ^ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS MATTER OCTOBER 4, 1895, AT POST OFFICE IN TIPTON. INDIANA SECOND CLASS POSTAGE AT TIPTON, INDIANA 46072 New Windfall Shopping Center Proposed Board Receives Fencing Bids Bids were received at Monday's Utility Board meeting | for fencing of the old dump area land sludge pit. The AAA Fence Co. of Kokomo submitted a bid of $11,313.60 for enclosing the entire area and $7,102.35 for fencing the smaller area excluding the old dump area next to the sludge pit. Superior Fence Co. of Indianapolis sent bids for $8,794 and $5,975 respectively for the same areas. The Superior bids excluded grading and clearing of the old fence rows. Bids will be reviewed prior to final decision. The'electric rate changes submitted to Public Service Commission were approved and ready to installed. It was .reported that some new metering would be needed and new rate charts made up, therefore a tentative date of January 1, 1971 was chosenby the Board as a beginning date. This will result in a decrease in revenue of $23,611 for the Electric Utility for 1971 but this decrease in income will hopefully be over- comed by investment income, the Board reported. The discussion relative to early retirement age in the present pension planwas held. No decision was reached except that the actum! representative . should come and give the Board the al- Tifiton 4-H Fair Dotes Changed New dates for the 1971 Tipton County 4-H Fair are in late July and two weeks earlier than this year because of conflicts with the Indiana State Fair and the Howard County 4-H Fair, the Tipton County Extension Office reported this week. The Tipton County Agricultural Association and the Tipton County 4-H Council proposed and approved the Tipton County 4-H Fair dates to be July 27 through July 31,1971. Many county live­ stock'exhibitors were havingtime problems preparing to show both at the Tipton County 4-H Fair and at the State Fair and many were remarking that they might pass the Tipton County Fair if the dates remained so close, thus the need for action by the governing bodies. Too, the new 1971 Fair dates cover five days, Tuesday through Saturday. ternatives of different courses of action. Board members voted that the maximum of $12,419 be contributed to the Pension Plan Fund. This would include the ten percent increment together with the 1970 minimum cost of $5,893. A letter from the Stream Pollution Board citing the City of Tipton Disposal Plant for not having the effluent of the Disposal Plant chlorinated was read and discussed. Clyde E. Williams and Associates who are engineering the work, will be handling the complaint. The manager, city attorney and Board members are urged to attend the December 8. hearing. lt'y/is announced that the test well on A.G. Tebbe land northeast of Tipton proved unsatisfactory. An alternate site is being sought by Ted Sharp in the same general vicinity that'could be in_(Continued on page eight) I.U. September Graduates listed Indiana University announced the list of September graduates Some 3,000 students completed work for their degrees during the summer and qualified as graduates. Those from Tipton County were: Mrs. Eleanor L. Adams, 232 S. West St., MjS.€dication; Nathan A. Adams HI, 232 S. West St., M.S. education; Stephen R. Lett, 226 W. Washington, B. S. business; Gary E. Timiri, 435 N. West St., B. S. business. Ken A. Stoops, no street address available, bachelor of music. David A. Winks, R.R. 4, master of arts for teachers. From Windfall: John R.Bryan, no street address available, A.B. history; Mrs. Jane A. Dell, no street address available, M. S. health and safety; and Keith Kelly, R.R. 2, B. S. business. Trooper Arrest Indiana State Trooper, James Schroeder reported the following arrests: Loyd A. Lucas, 16, Kokomo at 4:50 p.m. at CR 700N and 200W for false registration and John H. Carver, 41, Swayzee, arrested on U. S. 31 at 12:15. p.m. for false registration. Both men are to appear in Citv Court. 11 - - 's £5 Shopping Center- A lighted sign located at Five Points in Windfall has been erected to point out the site for a new shopping center. Construction of the center is planned to begin in early spring. Business establishments are presently being contacted for location at the center, ; Purpose of the shopping center which is being met with much enthusiasm and community support is to bring business back to Windfall and be of service to its residents. (Staff Photo by Pat Cline) Dr. Larry Ward to Open Practice In Arcadia Area Dr. and Mrs. Larry Ward are new residents of Arcadia. Dr. Ward will assume the medical practice of the late Doctor Jos- Doctor Ward was borninQuin- cy, Ohio and received his professional education at Andrews^ University in Berrion Springs, Michigan. His professional training was at the Kansas City College of Osteopathy and Surgery, Kansas City, Mo. While a medical student, Dr. Ward was president of the Seventh-day Adventist Professional Club, and Junior Vice President of the National Association of Seventh-day Adventist Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons. It was to these organizations s that Robert Pierson, World President of the Seventh- day Adventist church made a personal visit in the spring of 1968. Dr. Ward was also elected to the honorary fraternity of Rho Sigma Chi. One year of Internship training was taken at Youngstown, Ohio during 1968-1969. Doctor Ward moves to Ar­ cadia from. LaCrosse, Kansas where he has been in general practice. There he was on the staff of the Rush. County Memorial Hospital as-Tall iz Had!*Regional Medical.Center at Hays, Kansas. • Mrs. Ward was raised in Oconto Falls, Wisconsin. She.gradu­ ated from Andrews Academy, Berrion Springs, Michigan and has taken college work in Home Economics and in sciences. The Wards have three children: Larry Jr, age 10; Penny, age 7; and Lionel Todd, age 4. The' Wards also have a niece, (Continued on page eight) DR. WARD Santa to Arrive Friday in Tipton Hamilton To Direct New Mission Services Plant Albert W. Hamilton Jr. Albert W. Hamilton Jr. will serve as director of Mission Services Association when it opens a publishing house at the recently purchased old Prairie School. The Association plans to open in January of 1971 in the Prairie location. The firm is a clearing house which collects, and gathers missionary news from abroad and disseminates, publishes and distributes the information to undenominational Christian churches. Mr. Hamilton was elected as director of Mission Services in Joliet, HI. in 1969. Born in Kansas City, Mo. he is a graduate of Marceline High School, in Mo. and Johnson Bible College in Kimberlin Heights, Term, with a B.A. degree. He is also a graduate of Christian Seminary in Phoenix, Arizona with a M.A. degree and received training in the education department at Arizona State University. The director married Annette C. Coppess of Sheridan who also attended Johnson Bible College. They are the parents of three daughters and one son. Mr. Hamilton has served as a preacher in West Virginia, Tenn., Arizona and South Africa. He took his family to South Africa in 1960 and served seven years in a new work in Johannesburg. While there be recruited many laborers for missionary service who will carry on the work started. Some of the work done by Mission Services is publishing a bimonthly newsletter entitled "Hi- rizans." The newsletter gives news coverage to 1,162 church- sent, independent, direct-support adult Christian missionaries. Harrold W. McFarland has served as the editor for more than 23 years. Circulation of Hori- zans is approximately 35,000. The Association also publishes the "Christian Mission" which is a series of 12 missionary program packets printed, one for each month, with new information provided directly by the missionaries. Included in the packet is a devotional, ample information from the mission field, missionary children's pages, outline maps, pictures, native songs, na(Continued on page eight) Santa Claus will arrive in Tipton Friday at 2 p.m. to launch the formal opening of the Christmas season in the community. Santa isscheduledto arrive at his home on the courthouse square where he will greet the youngsters with free treats. A new Christmas tree purchased by Tipton Businessmen's Association will be erected on the Courthouse Square. The i7-l/2 foot tree will be lighted and decorated throughout the Christmas season. The tree is expected to be set up Friday morning, according to William Che eke, president of T State Award Ned Kemper, president of Tipton County Farm Bureau and Frank Larson, field man for District Four received the State Top Award for Commodity Activities on behalf of Tipton County Farm Bureau at the State Convention his week. The award was presented to the organization for program excellence for Class Three over 1,800. Three delegates and 11 members of the local Farm Bureau were in attendance at the convention held in Indianapolis. Community Encouraged As Town Plans Growth With visions of community growth, convenient services and competition, Windfall residents have joined together with, enthusiasm for a proposed shopping center in the main section of town. The quiet little town has been busy for the past several weeks planning and contacting business concerns who might wish to par- Judith Steans To (Attend Workshop Judith Steans of St. Joseph Academy in Tipton has been selected, to attend a weekend workshop on "The Art of Leadership" at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods Coll-' ege December 4-6. She is one of ninety-five high school students from five states participating in this pre-college program designed to develop, leadership potential. Sponsored by the College; the three-day workshop utilizes the laboratory method of learning under the "direction of National Leadership Methods trained per (Continued on page eight) ticipate in establishing a store in center. Hugh McNew, president of Windfall Development Corporation stated yesterday, that the shopping center will cover approximately one full block, located at the corner of Five Points, A definite blueprint has not been decided upon as yet but Mr. McNew stated that .a possible closed-in-structure is being proposed where shoppers may visit all the stores without going out into various types of weather. "We want the best we cangetand one that will be a convience and service to our community," he emphasized. A representative of Westinghouse Corp.- was to talk with the Corporation president yesterday to discuss the possibility of opening a service center at the shopping center. Others who have contacted are Ben Franklin chain variety stores of Chicago, Hutto Drugs of Kokomo. The Development Corporation hopes to-include such business as a supermarket, drug store, dry cleaning establishment and variety store in the shopping center. (Continued on page eight) Action Delayed On Yarling Drain At a recent meeting of Tipton County Drainage Board, a remonstrance totaling 310.12 acres were filed.- William"and Mary Ellen Swift, Ray Leisure and Omer Leisure objected to the esta- Commissioners Open Supply-Material Bids Twenty eight price bids on 1S- 71 supplies and materials for Tipton.County departments were opened and reviewed Tuesday, Nov.. 24 beginning at 9 a.m. by the Tipton County Board of Commissioners and the following were the successful bidders on the supply categories: Sationery - Printing — J. R. Ramsay (Class 3 and 5); Wm. B. Burford (Class 1, 2 and 4). Metal Pipe and Culvert supplies - Ladoga Culvert Div., Logansport Metal Culvert Co., and Kaiser Aluminum all accepted on pipe and culvert, while two bid- Tipton Merchantmen's Association. He also stated that new across the street Christmas decorations have been purchased for the East and West entrance into town on Road 28. Today's edition of Tipton Daily Tribune lists.some of the Christmas specials that will be offered by merchants during the coming weeks. Judge Shot 5 Times; Motive Not Clear ALEXANDRIA, V.A.(UPI>- A city judge, shot five times when he answered his door Tuesday morning, was reported still in critical condition today as police attempted' to determine the motive of the admitted assailant, who later shot himself to death. Police said Theobold J. Magnini, a 47-year-old Defense Department accountant, called a Washington broadcast newsman, Joseph McCaffrey, six hours after the shooting, saying he had shot Judge James N. Colasanto and offering to talk about it if McCaffrey would meet him. Officers, called by McCaffrey, surrounded Magnini's home and ordered him to surrender. He refused. They later broke a door down and found Magnini's body lying in a pool of blood, his hand on a revolver. » Colasanto underwent five hours of surgery Tuesday for bullet wounds, including the chest and abdomen. Colasanto is one of Alexandria Municipal Court judges who try traffic cases, general misdemeanors and hear civil cases Involving up to $3,000. junior high eather [Cloud type - Cumullus Present temperature - 29 Maximum temperature - 29 Minimum temperature - 15 Wind Direction - South Wind Velocity - 5 to 10-Gusty Relative Humidity - 54% Precipitation - .0 Barometer Reading - 30.07 falling Forecast-Rain ders we:'3 rejected and another bid not received in legal time. Maintainer and Grader Blades and Repairs — Kitchen Machinery Inc., Paper Calmenson and Co., and Indiana Equipment Co., all successful bidders, one bid not in on time and* another rejected. Gravel — Yeoman, Southland . Gravel Co., Fred Goodier Gravel Co., and Road Materials, Inc. all successful bidders. Stone — Pipe Creek Stone Co., Stoney Creek Stone Co., and Yeoman and Sand Co., all successful bidders. Bituminous Material and Rental Equipment-- Mohr Construction Co. and Reith-Riley Co. both successful bidders. Calcium. Chloride - no bid. Tires and-Tubes — Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. and Tipton Farm Bureau, both successful on both items. Oil, Gas, Fuel and Greases— Sunray DX Oil Co. on Fuel Oil and Gas, American Oil Co., successful on oil and grease. Two bids rejected. Signs and Posts — Hall Signs, Inc. successful bidder. . Coal for Infirmary — Kinder. Coal Yard, successful bidder. blishment of a maintenance fund on the Peter Yarling Drain. With objections totaling 56 percent which is-beyond the required 51 percent, the Board voted to delay action on the drain until a later date. In the matter of the continuance of Turkey Creek Ditch, Earl Hemmeger, county engineer, explained to those present that he had been unable to complete a set of plans at that date. He discussed the proposed three alternate plans. Gerald Barr suggested a fourth alternate planbesubmit- (Continued on page eight) Physics Class Tours Factory The physics class with their teacher. Sister Mary Ann, and the chemistry class with their teacher,. Sister M. Caroline, toured the Stellite Factory at Kokomo on Tuesday morning, November 24. The group was welcomed by the Vice President, Mr. William Manly, who had issued the invitation to Sister Caroline last summer. He assured the classes of the satisfaction he experienced in giving young people a first-hand look at-big business, and letting them see how very human and conscientious the administrators of these industries are. The group were the luncheon guests of Mr. Art Edwards, metallurgist of the firm and his assistant, Mr. Dean Kingsbury. Mr. and Mrs. Manly are the weekend foster parents of Maria Eugenia Feregrino, Mexico City, Mexico, who is currently attending the Academy. Mobile Home Bums The home of Terry W.Bunnel, 715 Maple street, caught fire Tuesday at 1:45 p.m. and was gutted by the blaze. Fire Chief, Landis Fields estimated the damage at $5000 to $6000. Cause of the blaze was believed to be from heat used to thaw water pipes. The family was not home at the time of the blaze which started in the wall of rear bedroom. Tipton Firemen fought the blaze but due to heat and water, the home was damaged extensively as well as clothing and furniture. The mobile home was 12 ft. by 50 ft. and occupied by the BunneU famHy. , , (Staff Photo by Eldon Cage)

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