The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 16, 1970 · Page 10
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 10

Tipton, Indiana
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Wednesday, December 16, 1970
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Page 10 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) .DAILY TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1970 Dear Santa Letters (Continued from page nine) Dear Santa, I nave been a good boy this year. I have helped my mother wash and dry dishes. So I would like a radio -and a sport game and some surprises for Christmas. Your friend, Kirk Retherfqrd 126 Kentucky Ave. Tipton, Ind. 46072 Dear Santa, I have been a good boy this year. Pd like some G.I. Joe stuff and some appoint. And a lot of surprises. Mike Vinson 229 W. Washington St. Tipton, Ind. 46072 Dear Santa, I have been a good boy this year. And I hope you will stop at my bouse this year. I will have some cookies and milk for you. Now here are the things I want for Christmas. I want Sea Devils, Johnny Wests covered wagon, a book and suprises. Love; Mark Sutton- 527 N. Conde Tipton, Ind. 46072 Dear Santa, I like toy's but all I want is A guitar and a bugle and sum boxing gloves too, and a bunch of surprises for my sister and me. Your friend, Gino Small 332 N.Independence Dear Santa; I hope I can get a typewriter and some ice skate's and some games. Maybe a piggy bank. That's all I want. I can hardly wait till you come, because i have been good. Merry Christmas! Your friend, Carrie Fletcher 124 4th Street Tipton, Ind. 46072 Dear Santa, I have been a good boy this year. "So I would like a drum set and walkie-talkie and don't forget the chriden that are poor chriden. U 302 N. Conde St. Tipton, Ind, . Dear Santa, I have been a good girl this year. I'd like a coat and dress and a doll that walks. I hope that you will make it come true. Your friend, Jenny George R. 5 Box 134 Tipton, Ind. 46072 Dear Santa, - I want a camera and number pating. And remember that you should give the hungry people food and clothes and other things. Your friend, Andy Lindner 519 West Jefferson St. Tipton, Ind. 46072 Dear Santa, I've been a good boy a good as a boy can be. So Pm quite sure Dear Santa that you'll be visiting me. But Dear Santa when listing each Christmas toy, won't you please be sure to remember each hugry boy and girl. But Dear Santa won't you please get me an electric guitar and surprises. Your friend, Terry 135 Sweetland Ave. Tipton, Ind. 46072 Dear Santa, I have been a good girl. Could you bring me a dollhouse this -year? And would you bring Mom and-Dad some things Santa. Would you bring my sisters something too. And it would be nice to remember the people in the hospital o.k.? Yours truly, Judy Butcher R.R.#lBox421 Tipton, Ind. 46072 Dear Santa, I am very sorry about the people that are sick. I have been a good girl for you. I would like a piano for Christmas. Love, Annette Keifer R. R. #4 Tipton, Indiana 46072 Dear Santa, I have been a good boy this year. Pd like to have a ring and a watch and a tool set. And for my sister she would like a doll carriage. Your friend, Tim Mendenhall R. R. #4 Box 177B Tipton, Ind. 46072 CLASSIFIEDS PAY * Sights and Sounds (Continued from page one) a living Christmas tree. They are joined by Scott Friend and his classmates in Mrs. Pearce's first grade singing songs about the beautiful sounds of bells. Bryan Johnson and Diana Needier with little sister Lori, and little brother Mike quite agree with Mrs. Pearson's second gra- C ^1 uuva THEATRE nfffflfPH STARTS ffiRrtflTODAY! RICHARD BURTON u HENRY VIII GENEVIEVE BUJOLD u ANNE BOLEYN iAxrn (cftfteTfiousanb fiay§ C»«larriftc '' IRENE PAPAS |GPl <gg>, ^SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MATINEES © ;:MGM fSATURDAY & SUNDAY Doors Open 1:30 Saturday at 2:00 Sunday at 2:00 | ALL SEATS 75{ Starring JUDY GARLAND FRANK MORGAN • RAY BOLGER BERT LAHR • JACK HALEY Lincoln School kindergarten students practicing on the song, "Toys", at the Lincoln School gym this week preparatory to singing the number in the school Christmas Program this Thursday night. The group is Mrs. Beverly Michel's kindergarten class. (Staff Photo by Eldon Cage) * Polish Face (Continued from page one) the tanks and troops appeared to be intervening. But they said they did not see the tanks fire into the crowds. Swedish travelrs returning to Stockholm from Poland said strong military patrols also were seen in the streets of Stettin after the announcement of higher food prices. They said Poles there were blaming Poland's aid to Egypt and Cuba for the shortages at home. Radio Gdansk said at 9:10 a.m. today that by "adequate measures, the authorities are securing order ... shops.have resumed work." But it also broadcast an, appeal by local government authorities against hoarding "excessive quantities of food." A Polish journalist, broadcasting over Radio Gdansk, gave a detailed report on the riots. "In the center of the old town quarter there is fire," he said. "Cars were destroyed. Firemen beaten. People look from the windows of high buildings ... attacks from the crowd went on without interruption. A young boy tears off a stone from the pavement and throws it into the window of a building guarded by the military." He spoke of "looted shops, burned out cars a d of people stealing "goods from fur coats to oranges to champagne" from the stores, "Who are you with — the murdered or the murderers?" he said, indicating there had been deaths during the rioting. Another broadcast by Radio Gdansk and Radio Szczecin daimed "The disturbances have been used by holligans and inciting elements. Rowdies attacked policemen who defended public order, mhhmur Another broadcast by Radio Gdansk and Radio Szczecin claimed "The disturbances have been used by holligans ders that "It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas." Dixie Castor and her favorite older sister Adriana Rogers like the instrumental sounds heard from Mrs. Blank's 3rd grade children celebrating the Mexican Posados. Wee little sister Patty is sick with mumps and can't be up to watch the fifth graders from Mrs. Leininger's room is they romp and play in the "Winter Wonderland" with "Frosty, the Snowman." Paul Doke likes to hear the voices of the Carolers as they enter from Mrs. Dickover's sixth grade portable. Adriana summons the choir members to complete the program by singing some favorite Christmas songs. The public is invited to attend the Christmas Program tat Lincoln Elementary School, Thursday at 7:30 p.m. and inciting elements. Rowdies attacked policemen who defended public order. Murders have been even committed on police functionaries and civilian persons." It said "more than 150 policemen have been injured, among them many very seriously. In thoughtless blindness, public buildings were set on fire and demolished. Passenger cars'and trucks, stores, shops and kiosks were destroyed." "In view of continued aggressive behavior and attacks," it said, "the bodies of public order used arms in self- defense." * Kindness Has (Continued from page one) has been worthwhile and very rewarding," Egler stated. During the past years, Egler has worked under the leadership of Chief of Police, Jim Pratt, the late John Plake and the late. Bill Basey. He is married to Carolyn Egler and the couple make their home at 315 Walnut Street. * Tidier Receives (Continued from page one; light ceremony, assisted by Scoutmaster Freeman Fox. The following awards were , presented to scouts of Troop 592 which is sponsored by Tipton Rotary Club: receiving rifle, and shotgun merit badges were: Kurt Maines, Steve Lineroad, Amos Goodnight, Freeman Fox, Mark, Craig and Doug Stillwell; receiving archery merit badges were: Kurt Maines, Freeman Fox, Mark, Craig and Doug Stillwell. Other awards presented were Second Class Scout rank, Kurt Maines; First Aid, Craig Stillwell; rowing and special boy scout lifeguard certificate, Doug Stillwell. Senior Patrol Leader, Kurt Maines, presented appreciation gifts on behalf of the troop to former scoutmaster/ Ed Enneking; Harry Tidier and Mrs. Nellie Stillwell for their cooperation and assistance during the past year. Mike Tidier presented an appreciation gift to Rev. Lyon for Tipton to make the God and Country presentation. A gift exchange was enjoyed by the boy scouts with a special gift being received by Doug Speer. Doug received a life gerbel from the drawing. Design Winner Each year Caribou District scouts have a winter camporee in which scout patches are given to boys who participate. Designs for the special patches are submitted to the council by scouts and leaders and one is selected for use which has an appropriate theme in three color design. Ed Enneking announced Tuesday that the original design submitted by Kurt Maines was accepted for use at the 1971 Winter Camporee. Laird Endorses POW Release WASHINGTON (UPI) -A suggestion that 1,600 North Vietnamese . prisoners of war should be released unilaterally has been endorsed by Defense Secretary Melvin R. Laird. Laird said Tuesday he would do "whatever I can to encourage this proposal." Diplomats in Warsaw confirmed the riots, but there was no official word, apparently to keep the trouble from spreading. UPI correspondent Terence Andrew reported from Warsaw the capital was calm, with only a few extra policemen on duty. None of the radio reports were heard in Warsaw. Although the radio stations are state run in the Communist nation, the local radio stations operate on a separate schedule from the central Warsaw Radio. * Fugitive Sought lawful flight to avoid pfosecu-. tion for robbery, the Fulton County district attorney's office said. He was believed to be driving Miss Doty's dark green 1968 Pontiac Lemans with a vinyl top. The! car bore a Georgia license, 1-13766 and had a luggage carrier on top. Detective J. W. Hagen said Davis was believed to have fled the state during the weekend. He was described as dangerous. ' Miss Doty was a sales representative for the Girls Scouts of America. She disappeared last Thursday after leaving a department store in the Buckhead section of Atlanta. Students of Mrs. Andrea Pearce's Lincoln School classroom dressed in the theme of bells, practice in their room getting ready for the annual Lincoln School .production Thursday night under the direction of Mrs. Howard Swaim entitled, "Sounds and Sights of Christmas." . (Staff Photo by Eldon Cage) Hospital News TUES., DEC. 15, 1970 ADMISSIONS: Ruenell Anderson, Tipton; Beulah Frey, Windfall; Roger Chaudion, Cicero; The suggestion was made by Senate Republican Whip Robert P. Griffin of - Michigan, who said the number should include 1,500 able-bodied prisoners and 100 sick and wounded. He proposed the prisoners be released before the Vietnamese lunar new year Jan. 27. "Such a dramatic, humanitarian initiative would create, worldwide, an expectation of response, in kind by the Communist side," Griffin said. Arthur Blaylock, Tipton; Mary Hillan, Tipton; Nellie Delph, Atlanta; Wendell Amsbury, Tipton; Michelle Rood, Sharpsville; Betty Zwiefelhofer, Arcadia; Frances Sopher, Sharpsville; Angela Reeves, Windfall; Paul Kirby, Sheridan. DISMISSALS: Joseph Kelich, Elwood; Norma Fish, Arcadia; Mickey Strange, Tipton; Sondra Friend, Tipton; Loren Gunkel, Tipton; Shirley Batch, Elwood; Rickie Brannum, Tipton; Charles Malott, Tipton; Patricia Dunn and Infant, Tipton. CHRISTMAS STORIES Saturday HAM. Tipton County Library at Your Friendly Bank FARMERS LOAN '• • & . TRUST COMPANY 110 E. Jeff. St. Tipton, Indiana PUBLIC AUCTION Friday Night- December 18,1970 New and Used Furniture & Appliances Christmas Gifts Items & Toys Hundred and Hundred of Items Going to the Highest Bidders Living Room - Bedroom - Den - Kitchen Dining Room Furniture at AUCTION PRICES! | FAMOUS NAME BRAND FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES at prices you can afford! NEW SHIPMENT OF LIVING ROOM FURNITURE & DINETTE SETS ALL XMAS ITEMS & TOYS MUST BE SOLD OUT! Tool Boxes - Clocks - Watches - Jewelry Trucks - Cars - Footballs - Basketballs All type Polls - Portable Radios - Table Models - Etc Open for inspection every day 9:00'till 6:00 Financing available, plenty of seats. Central Indiana's largest new and used furniture dealer. (Request any item new or used for auction) EARLYWINE'S W. EDGE ELWOOD RD. 28 TIPTON CO. Ph. 552-5315. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS J.T. Earlywine - Auctioneer

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