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November 28, 1970

The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 6

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Page 6 Prep State Champs Start with Win By JERRY LEBO INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) Defending state champ East Chicago Roosevelt opened its Indiana high school basketball campaign with relative ease Friday night, while such other powerhouses as Muncie Central and Seymour romped to victory. It was strictly a night for the apparent "haves", with such other clubs as Elkhart, Richmond, Columbus and Gary Roosevelt also notching up triumphs. The No. 1 Rough Riders city foe Burns, THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE \) DAI SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1970 obituaries ANCHORAGE, Alaska- Pfc. • |t Annua , F arm-Ciity Philip Zimmerman of Jersey 109- won walloping 74. The Bearcats, who have 11 straight regular season games dating back to the last campaign, hit 41 of 79 field goals, for a .519 clip. Tim Cuzma dropped in 31 points to lead the tall Muncie team. F*our of the five Burris starters fouled out. | Central next week tests Logansport, which won its second straight, 70-57 over Frontier, then collides headon Dec. | 11 of with Richmond in what could be East Chicago, expected to be an early showdown of the North weaker this year because of Central Conference elite, graduation, opened with an 82-66 triumph over Gary Wallace, leading all the way and employing a balanced scoring attack. It was Roosevelt's 38th straight regular season victory and the 63rd in its last 64 regular season, outings, dating back to the 1966-67 campaign. The lone loss during this period was an 82-81 setback to Gary Tolleston during the 1968-69 campaign. Bearcats Whip Burris Muncie Central, which lost to the East Chicagoahs in an afternoon game of the state finals last. March, won .its second straight of the early season. Richmond clobbed Winchester, 94-61, with Terry Lee bagging 25 points. The Red Devils have dates with New Castle and Indianapolis Shortridge before traveling to Muncie. Columbus had to rally to win its third straight, 64-59 over Connersville, also in the SCC. The Spartans led 55-50 in'the final period but the Bulldogs reeled off nine straight points to pull out the Victory. Dave Miles, who canned 21 points, scored five straight during the closing streak. Phil Cox led Connersville with 20. Macon Leads Elkhart Elkhart, ranked sixth in the Pro Basketball By United Press International "They'll want blood tonigtiU" That's the way Walt Fraiier interprets Milwaukee's feelings after the New York Knicks snapped the club's string of 16 straight victories, 103-94, Friday with a stunning defense that held the Bucks to just 11 points in the final quarter. A Knick loss would have, put Milwaukee within a game of New York's 18-game consecutive winning record set last season. "The teams meet in New York tonight in the second half of a h.ome-and-home set. ] "We needed this one," said Captain Willis Reed, jvho scored 34 points and frustrated Lew Alcindor into commit ing five fouls and losing his poise in the final two minutes when the Knicks ran off the last six points of the game. But. Jackson,' the substitute center, hit for two key baskets while Reed was rested late in the game and helped generate the momentum that overcEme a nine-point Milwaukee load going into the last quarter. Alcindor Hits 33 Points Alcindor hit for 33 points and outrebounded Reed, 16-10, as Milwaukee lost only its second, game in 19 outings this sea: on. In other NBA games, Cincinnati Nipped Philadelphia, 113109, Boston rolled past Baltimore, 153-107, Chicago whipped Buffalo, 121-104, Portland topped Cleveland, 111-102, Seattle beat San Francisco, 10J1-96, Phoenix upset Los Angeles, il6- 105, and San Diego defeated Atlanta, 128-127. Mrs. Robert Smith Dies Unexpectedly Mrs. Robert (Norma J.) Smith, 44, Sharpsville, succumbed suddenly 7:30 p.m. Friday at her home. She had been in poor health 10 years. Funeral services will be 3 p.m. Monday at Warner Funeral Home, Sharpsville, with Rev. Frederick Mosburg officiating. Interment will be in Galveston Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home.after noon Sunday. A resident of Sharpsville 15. years, Mrs. Smith was born July 3, 1926 in Cass County. She was the daughter of H. D. and Ursel (Crites) Hankins. She married Robert M. Smith August 19, 1945, in Cass County thev final UPI coaches' tioard ratings of last season, opened with a 77-44 romp over the Northwood Panthers. Carl Macon topped the Blue Blazers with 27 points as Elkhart raced into an 8-0 lead and breezed. Trojans, White's Tangle Tonight Sharpsville « Unbeaten Trt- Central's Trojans meet the tall White's quintet Saturday night at the new Central gym to try to up the season's mark to 5 wins and no losses. Coach John Harding's smoothies are now in high gear according to the mentor and fans should see a rapid moving encounter with the visiting White's. This will make five Trojan games In 15 nights. Raymond Short Rites Monday Funeral services for Raymond D. Short, 71, 526 Columbia avenue, will be 2 p.m. Monday at Leatherman - Morris Funeral Home with Rev, Baxter Graves and Rev. Clavin Minglin officiating. Ill the past few years, Short succumbed 10 a.m. Friday at his home. Interment will be in Fairview Cemetery. Friends are invited to call, at the funeral formerly lived in Kokomo and Knox. They were parents of six children. Mrs. Smith was a member of Sharpsville Methodist Church, she attended Ervin Township School, Howard County; and had been employed by Delco Radio, Kokomo. Surviving with the husband is a daughter, Mrs. Cheryl D.King, Manhattan, Kas. and a son, Robert M„ Jr., at home. A sister, Mrs. Carole Ferriday, Kokomo, and her father, H.D. Hankins also survive. We'll finance your project with a low cost HOME IMPROVEMENT LOAN! If you need money for any home improvements or repairs, SEE US NOW! You'll borrow at low bank rates on an easy, monthly payment plan suited to your budget! - NOTICE OF ADMINBTRATION In tbe Circuit Court of Tipton County, Indians, Notice is hereby given that The ClUxens National Bank. Tipton, Indian was on the 17 day of November, 1970, appointed: Administrator of theestate of EtUeM. Harrison, deceased. All persons having claims against said real estate whether or not now doe, must file the same in said court within six months from khe date of the first publication of this notice < (aid claims will oe forever barred.. Dated at Tipton, Indiana, this 17 dayj November, 1970. Ross M. HuBord Clerk of'the Circuit Court for Tipton County. Indiana Horace C Holmes, Attorney L-«2 P-«-4 1 EXCLUSIVE; — ^ SHOWING • MOW THRU TUESDAY S2 I" NATIONAL BANK of TIPTON .TO EXCITEMENT!" -PARENTS MAGAZINE* i • .ROSS HUNTER ~,^ : AIRPORT BURT '•"*"' DEAN LANCASTER'MARTIN JEANSEBERG JACQUELINE BISSET NOTICE OF COMMISSIONERS CLAIMS The following Payroll Claims will be considered by the TiPton Co. Commissioners at their regular scheduled meeting Dec 1, 1970 at the Tipton Co. Courthouse. Earl Hemmeger, Hghw. 110.. 1,125.00 Bernard Smith, Hghw. 101 478,00 Kaomi Robinson, Hghw. 103 _ 365.00 Dean Lane, Hghw. 108.., . 415.20 Andrew Bushman, Hghw. 108. 388.40 Murl Day, Hghw. 108.... 360.40 WUbur Fishhack, Hghw. 108.. 393.30 Ralph Gross, Hghw. 108 .: 391.00 Audra Rlchey, Hghw. 108...... 386.40 Basil Shupoerd, Hghw. 108„_ 386.40 Byron Sinclair, Hghw. 108.._ 393.30 James Slaton, Hghw. 108...... 368.00 Fay Smith, Hghw. 108 .... 345.00 Maurice Tolle, Hghw. 108..... 374.90 James Weismlller, Hghw. 108 368.00 Chester Jarrell, Hghw. 108... 347.30 Emory Schuteuburg, Hghw. 108 ...... ..... 371.45 Haskell Doss, Hghw. 108 .. 386.40 Charles Bunnell, Hghw. 108_ 386.40 ' Jerry Minegar, Hghw. 108 _ 384.10 James Biaylock, Hghw. 108... 386.40 Fred Creathouse, Hghw. 109 . 32.00 Uarcla Thompson, Clerk 102 365.00 Kay Burns, Clerk 102A...™ 331.00 Margaret Regnler, Elec. 103B...___™.._...... 60.00 Diane Uoilsett, kuA. 102* 365.00 Genevieve Morris, AutL 102C 365.00 Mary E. Michel, And. I02D... 300.00 Juanlta Zaloudek, Treas. 102A 365.00 Goldie Cage, Treas. 102G. 251.60 Joan Ballard, Treas. 102a... 150.45 Ann WoBord, Treas. 102G 165.79 Zarada Jackson, Treas. 102G 252.(3 Pamela Cook, Treas. 102G_ 105.40 Evelyn Cage, Rec.l02A„... 365.00 Root. McFarland. Shrf. ' 102A, 1C.„™......™ 390.00 Everett Graham, Shrf. 102, K 305.00 Kent Smay, Shrf. 102C „ 200.00 Michael Grimme, Shrf. 102G. 100.00 Richard Zlegler. Shrf. 102a. 300.00 Phyllis Grimme, Jail 101 A™ 180.00 . Phyllis Cherry, Jail 101B 100.00 WJf. Clary, Agrc 101.. 300.00 Richard Blank, Agrc 101A „ 252.00 Ruth Wlmer, Agrc 101B 252.00 Nancy Cola, Agrc K8A„._. _ 365.00 Barbara Schlnlaub, Agrc 102B„„_„ __._„... 276.00 Irene Cook, Agrc 21S„ ... 14.25 Philip Nichols, Cr. 101. 91.66 Ruth Haloes. Aser. 102„.„... 365.00 Bethan y Weaver, P. Atty. MIA 100.00 Roy Sbuppard, Crth. 101.__. 200.00 Ruby NeaL Crth. 101 165.00 Herschel Mock, Crth. 102C.„ 135 .00 Lester Dodd. lata. 101 165.00 Olive Dodd, Dfm. 102 125.00 Hester Roler, tofm. 106 120.00 Zada Moody, Infm. 106 55.00 Ralph WUburn, Plan. I03..„_ 325.00 Mildred Brunk, Plan. 102 135.00 Joe Watson, Plan. 107..._.... 100.00 Donald Lord, Drat. 102A ' 450.00 Betty Hobbs, Drag. 103. 331.00 Hoy Whisler, Drag. 105.„ 410.00 Fred K. Surber, Crag. 104.... 200.00 Edgar Weismlller, Drag. 102E™„, „ 25.00 Walter Schulenburg, Drag. 102E ; „ ... 25.00 Roy Watson, Drug. 102E....... 29.00 Horace Holmes, Comm. 105„ 112.90 Myron Henderson, Comm. U1C._.™._......„...„.„. 200.00 William Frost, Comm. 113... . 342.00 . Mildred Brunk, Comm. U7„ 135.00 ' Robert Heron, Comm. 422 250.00 Maude; Welsh, Hlth. 102B.._ 416.00 Tressa Coy, Kith. I02C 200.00 Carolyn Perry, WeU. JS6...„ 550.00 Jo Ann Strlght, Waif. 386 674.14 Lou Am Allan, Welf. 386 4*0.00 V. A. Baumgartner, Welt. 386 „ ...» _.. 450.00 Uarjorlt Kunkle, Welf. 27 _ 379.00 .' Evelyn Bolingwr. Welf. 21 u „ 379.00 '• Stanley Herbert, Welf. LegaJ. 100.00 Walter Miller, Welf. J 88 140.00 Karlwan Walker, Welf. 29 379.00 Walter M. Hughes, Auditor L-71 C-48 Admission For Airport Adult...$f.50-Child...75? Starting ionight At 7;OO And Q; 30 CONTINUOUS MAT SUNDAY STARTS: 2:00-4:30-7:00-9:30 66) JUNIOR'S "66 M SERVICE TIRES & BATTERIES * Tune-up * Brake Service • Washing * Lubrication * Wheel Balancing '• DIAL 675-2540 iZZW. Jefferson Tipton City, N.J., a survivor describing tbe actual crash of a chartered jetliner taking U.S. troops to Vietnam: "Gas sprayed all over everyone. At first I thought it was water. All the seats were torn up off the floor. 1 was in the rear of the plane and that's a hoW I got out when it broke up .'V ' : home after 2 p.m. Sunday. Born October 2, 1899 in Jackson County,.Tenn., the deceased was one of two children of Edwin P. and Settie B. (Sims) Short. He and Miss Docia McAlpin were married January 21,1921 in Clay County, Tenn. They were parents of 10 children. The retired Tipton County Farm Bureau employe attended schools in Tennessee and was a member of Church of Christ. Surviving with the widow are daughters: Mesdames Oather (Irene) Savage, Tennessee; Junior (Opal) Phifer and Gary (Kathryn) Flowers, both of Tipton; Bobbie (Estelle) Plake, John (Pauline) Hunter, both of Kokomo; Bill (Laura) Cast, Bluffton; Elmo (Imogene) Diilworth, Anderson; and James (Elene) Flowers, New Castle. Also surviving are 32 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. NOTICE TO.TAXPAYERS OF APPROPRIATIONS Notice is hereby given to the taxpayers of the City of Tipton, Tipton County. Indiana, that the proper legal officers of said City oh the 14th day of December, 1970 at 7:30 p.m. in the City Court Room ol said City, will consider passage of the following: ORDINANCE NO. 310 AN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING FUNDS TO PAY OBLIGATIONS ACCRUED AND TO ACCRUE AGAINST THE CITY OF TIPTON, INDIANA, FOR THE FECAL' YEAR OF 1970. WHEREAS: An emeregency exists tor the ependiture of more money during the year bt.1970,. ' than WAS set out in the published budget, and : WHEREAS: Ample funds are available, by reappropriation, to take care of any forseeable needs during the current year. BE IT ORDAINED by the Common Council of the City of Tipton, Tipton County, Indiana. Section 1. ' ' That the 1970 appropriations in the General Fund be increased as follows: - Mayor ' 57 - Oasi. Taxes „„....„.. . J 91.2Q Clerk-Treasurer 51 Insurance...... . .. .. ... . 50.91 57 CasJ, Taxes .... ............. 46.80 Health and Charity 37 Supplies ... ..; : .. 31R67 Fire - •" 342 . Laundry 110.35 51 - . •- Insurance967.66 Police * 221 Lights and Water ... .— * 179.64 321 Gas, Oil and Tires „ ..... . : ',202.12 252 " Repair of Equipment. ...... ™ / 364.34 726 . Equipment..;. 1.200 .00 51 . Insurance . '400 .00 Street • Ov" 221 Lights and Water s 25 .00 331 - Laundry .. -. .. ....... ^ 55.50 321 Gas. Oiland Tires , 750 - 00 252 Repair of Equipment ....... .X.....™ 900 .00 44 Materials .. 3 ,000.00 51 •• ' • Insurance „ : .\ 700 .00 57 " . Oasi, Taxes ..: X. 16.48 '. Park 51 ' Insurance™ .. .... 40 .00 Golf 331- Gas. Oil and Tires. . . 100 .00 251 Repair of Equipment. 600 .00 51 ' Insurance 90.22 262 Contractual.. ....... 2 ,000.00 • Swimming Pool . Ill Salaries „.. ; * 261.96 221 Lights, Water and Gas . 150 .00 214 - Telephone™..... . . . 25 .00 37 Supplies ........... 125 .00 57 Oasi, Taxes.... ;„........„ ; — 55.61 TOTAL GENERAL FUND ;_„.„...„. „.„. $12,998.53 . Section 2. That the 1970 appropriations in the Parking Meter fund be increased as follows: Parking Meter 37 Supplies.:.,.... . ............ .. . 125 .00 ,Total Parking Meter Fund. „ . ... 125 .00 Section 3. That the 1970 appropriations In the MYH fund be Increased as follows: MVH Fund 57 Oasi, Taxes . 54 .87 TOTAL MVH FUND..^..™_ „ 54.87 Section 4. i ' That the' 1970 appropriations in the General Fund be reduced as follows: - Street Department 111-12-13 Salaries.......... „. ..„! „™ 8 ,000.00 262 Contractual.™..™ .„...„_ ......................... 1 ,000.00 Sanitation Department 37. Supplies..™ ..„_.„.... . ™„". 1,500 .00 GoU Department 111-12-13 Salaries..™....... . ™™™..™.™™™..™...™™™.. 2.498.53 TOTAL GENERAL FUND.™...™.™...™.™. „.....„_ 12.998.53 Section 5. That the 1970 appropriations in the Parking Meter Fund be reduced as follows: Parking Meter 111-12-13 Salaries „ ............ ™.™. 1 .......™....™™™... 125 .00 TOTAL PARKING METER FUND.™............. ™™... J125 06 Section 6. That the 1970 appropriations in the MVH Fund be reduced as follows: .{ • MVH Fund I 111-12-13 Salaries™™ „...„.™ .™..™..™ 54.87 TOTAL MVH FUND „ ...™..........™.. 54 .87 Section 7. " ! That this ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after Itspassage, said ordinance being passed and adopted this 14th day of December, 1970. ' ; Ray M. Ranch, Mayor Attest I Taxpayers appearing at such meeting shall have the right to be heard thereon. The appropriations as filially made will be automatically referred to the State Board of Tax Commissioners, which Board will bold a further hearing within fifteen (15) days at the County Auditor's Office of Tipton County. Taxpayers objecting to such appropriations may be heard and Interested taxpayers may Inquire of the County Auditor when and where such bearings will be bald. Carol G. Lord . j Clerk-Treasurer . ] ' I. City of Tlptoo, Indiana ' L-70 C-48 -94 Uathermaii-Moms Dependable Ambulance Service (Continued from page one) handling' of grain in the most modern way. It is a family operation. Ripberger Farm The next farm was Paul Ripberger Farms, route 2, Tipton-a fine beef operation, consisting mostly of the beef cattle herd of Angus. It has developed over the years. A farm of around 700 acres of land with the greatest return from the beef cattle industry. It is a family operation and goes to show how a family operation can grow with complete, combined effort. They show at many 4-H shows. Harper Farm Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Harper, route 2, Tipton, have operated this farm since 1951. The last stop was a Seed Corn operation primarily - total of 900 acres on the farm of which 400-500 acres are for Seed Corn and 300-400 is beans which they store annually. He has been provided seed corn for the past 20 years. When started it was a corn-soybean, wheat operation. The last four years they have had continuous corn. They hope to have four more years of continuous corn depending on the condition of the soil and the type of year that they have. This is a form of specialized agriculture. They useoutstandingprac- tices of weed control and management which will cut down on cost which is vitally necessary because of increased capital outlay of taxes and capital improvement. When you have to go from a two bottom plow to a seven bottom plow today, the cost is tremendous. This particular farming operation lias beep in existence since 1868 - one hundred and two years. This shows you what can be done when you . get into a business and continue to expand according to the various needs and changes in agriculture today. The things that the people on the tour found, that regardless of the increased capital expenses of agriculture farms and increased property tax load, the farm people are most practical and yet will be progressive in expanding to meet the needs of a changing agriculture, "It went on to show, all those on the tour that we' are most fortunate to have the type of relationship between business and farming to make this the type of community that it is today. It is hoped that by this tour people will understand why we control pesticides, fertilizers and other ingredients that are necessary for the continued growth of foods needed to put on the The first animals to fly, about 200 million years ago, probably were cockroachlike insects living in Mesozoic forests. League Games Three basketball games are scheduled for the Tipton National Guard Armory Sunday afternoon, the first game to begin at 2-.30 p.m. pits Citizens National Bank against the Farmers Loan and Trust. The 3:30 p.m. contest has FMC facing Tipton Building and Loan and at 4:30 p.m., Hobbs (FFSL) takes on the unbeaten Fraternal Order of Police. These are all Tipton County Independent Basketball League games. average city dwellers table. It is a complete educational problem because of increased population. Without both we would not continue to have the type of high quality food that is on out tables today," stated Bridge. — DANCE —— "Buck" Sohn's Band "Woody" on the Drums — ELKS LODGE— Saturday November 28th 314 North Main Street ; DIAL 675-7449 Tipton OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS Opportunity to SAVE REGULAR * For Retirement * For o New Home * For a New Car * For a Vacation * For a College Education Save With Convenience * By Mail * Save with Safety * Insured Accounts * High Return * DIVIDENDS PAID ARE AS HIGH AS ALLOWED BYLAW- COME IN - Talk to our Savings OFFICERS - Discover how a husband and wife can have $60,000 INSURED SAVINGS! TIPTON COUNTY'S OLDEST AND LARGEST FINANCIAL INSTITUTION ... • TIPTON BUILDING - LOAN ASSN. 113 Court Street, Tipton

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