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January 8, 1971

The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 6

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Page 6 The Tipton Daily Tribune 221-223 E. Jefferson Street Tipton, Indiana 46072 Phone 675-2115 •By carrier in city . ............ 45$ per week BY MAIL: Tipton and adjacent Counties; I year.. ..........$11.00 6 months . . ...-.......... 6.50 3 months ......,. 3.50 Subscription PAID IN ADVANCE-No mail subscription accepted where carrier delivery is maintained. . Member: UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL Entered as Second Class Matter October 4, 1895 "at the Post Office in Tipton, Indiana, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1897. SECOND-CLASS POSTABE PAID IN TIPTON, IND. _ ' PUBLISHED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY iv n a nJ Wilk the DrlLu ne By RD. Money ^ . ' APRIL FOOLS? • The latest is a flash from the office department in Washington, advising all and sundry that although it may not exactly be on April Fools Dag. ..there, will be a change in postage rates sometime during the month... so if you are planning a celebration.; .. maybe you could hold it until the middle of the month! HOW AN ORGANIZATION as old as the PostOffice Department . . . with as many years to do an-about face - could still come up. with a deficit is beyond belief, but then - after all, it is a part of' the federal government you know . .. and it isn't fashionable to "operate in the black" as a government agency. | THE STORY is that a nine man board has been appointed by the President.. .and the gracious Congress, always soslicitousfor the good of the .PEONS, have been granted the power to raise pos -j tal rates by one - third within 100 days-of formal notification^. Naturally one has to be formal in Washington, that is perhaps why there is a "generation gap" between Congress and the people 1 The members are only formal when running for election..;.. there an AURA of INFORMALITY starts, regarding the people who elected them. ' . . " I . Words comes the board has not been "sworn in" yet.. but it would be a safe bet that they will be "sworn at" ... .many times by the generation gappers back home! ° | We sincerely hope . . and we are certain you have the same feeling, that we shall soon have a postal service paying its own way, just like private business, but Congress is jealous of patronage, etc; so we'll all. have to sit back and watch what happens J The loss of a CABINET STATUS will be a hard blow — and a! new Postmaster, selected by the board just might change things: some . . . but politics being what they are... it's a fairly safe, bet that for the time being Mr. Blount will stay in the job.. I IN ANY EVENT, happy 'stamping to you' .... we hope theyi come up one day with a stamp, commemorating the taxpayer ....! and his role in donating to the country at large, in addition to the IRS and the P.O. Department! • ! - ROUND TOWN CHEER UP YOU FOLKS, who have been snarled up in traffic . time and -again . . ... in alleyways and on a certain street in Tipton. .We believe the city fathers are conting to the rescue by -.. finding two. solutions to the two problems we have mentioned several times in this column. Then maybe .... action can be taken to approach the State of Indiana, regarding a lenthening of the WALK signs at Jefferson and Mam, and Jefferson and Inde, pendence. One solution of the aforementioned street'hangup' will certainly solve a problem on Court street that has 'bugged' both a pedestrian and motorists for years. If a motorist approached Jefferson to where he could see oncoming traffic from East or West, he was blocking pedestrian traffic. The^ALLEYWAY deal will certainly be welcomed . .. and if enforced will certainly alleviate the traffic problem from Jefferson to-Madison in the alleyway between Main and West streets. Keep your fingers crossed! , - YESTERDAY AND TOMORROW LET'S ALL JUST' REMEMBER one thing - TODAY is with us now -^TOMORROW is around the corner ... and we' can prepare lor it today.. Each day is a brief one for most people ... who keep busy, don't waste it, there will never be that same day again.. Remember, you have the privilege to WASTE a day if you wish, it is your day, but one should get every minute from the day possible. It reaUy is more than just a matter of hours to us, or should be. AS ONE MAN PUT IT,.today is the father of our yesterdays ... and the mother of our tomorrows. It. seems to this writer the kind of yesterdays we remember is important and what kind of / tomorrows we look forward to, is also very important.... in \fact, vital. It would also seem that the yesterdays would influence ., Xbe tomorrows. The ones especially you can remember as days i on which you really achieved. B is not necessarily correct that our today will affect our tomorrows. Our confidence in tomorrow will depend to a large degree on what we do today. So, make it a good TODAY". and you no doubt will have a good tomorrow. In fact if you DO GOOD today ... .'tomorrow will probably be right in line with today! • - The PROMISE OF TOMORROW depends on what -you do today! Hockey NEW YORK (UPI) - Brothers Bobby and Dennis _Hull led a record Chicago i assault on National Hockey iieague All- Star nominations as eight members of the Black Hawks were among the 12 players named . today to the West Division team. The Black Hawks, who were expected to dominate the younger West Division after, winning the regular season title in the East last year, were shut out only in the voting for right -wing. The St. Louis Blues, who dominated the West during their first three years of existence prior to the arrival of Chicago,. p- : - "•• -'i r, 3 on the squad and the Pittsburgh Penguins had the only other representative. " Another eight players will be selected by West coach Scotty. Bowman, how the general manager of the Blues, to complete the team for the 24th annual All-Star game at Boston Garden on Tuesday night, Jan. 19. Bobby Hull, who needs only 12 more goals to "surpass Maurice Richard's figure of 544 and thus become the second- highest goal scorer in NHL history, was the only unanimous choice to the West team with a perfect 105 points in the voting,, conducted among 21 members of the' NHL Writers' Association. Thursday's Results Boston 6 Vancouver 4 Buffalo 7 Detroit 4 Philadelphia 5 Los Angeles 5 * E.M.C. (Continued from page one), ton, Indiana. All transportation to and from the open house facility will be furnished by Hy-Line Chicks of Indiana. Tours will not begin and end on a regularly scheduled basis. Qualified personnel will be on hand throughout the day to help make the tour as enjoyable and informative as possible. • I • i. ...... • • • Tipton County Assessor Carl Graf urged truck owners making application truck plates to present their fall tax receipt to the Auto License Branch as directed by law or the license branch personnel will not be permitted to issue the tags. Too, Tipton County vehicle operators are urged to check the expiration dates on their permits. * Television Schedule (Continued from page five) 10:30 O Cowboy Boh Q Pink Panther O Globetrotters CD Tho Doublt Deckers 11:00 O Focut Q H. R. Pufnstuff Q Archie Fun Homo Q Hot Wheelt 11:30 O Dialogue Q Here Conies Crump O Archie (Cont'd) fQ Sky Hawks 12:00 O College Basketball Loyola versus Detroit. O Hot Dog O Clowning Around fQ Motor Mouse 12:30 O Basketball (Cont'd) O Job Line Q Clowning (Cont'd) O Hardy Boys 1:00 Q Basketball (Cont'd) O Bible Telecoiirsa O Dastardly Muttley Q American Bandstand 1:30 O Basketball, (Cont'd) O Tclecourse (Cont'd) ' Q Roads »• Learning |Q Bandstand (Cont'd) . 2:00 O <B) Western Movia •The Quiet Gun" (J 957), with Forrest Tucker ond Geo Moore. Framed by the saloon owner, a rancher is forced into killing a 'man.. O Senior Bowl Football Teams are made up of year's best college players.. • Q Big Ten Basketball Michigan c} 1 Wisconsin. CD Agriscopa . 2:30 O (B)i'Movia (Cont'd) O Football (Cont'd) O Basketball (Cont'd) CD March For Life 3:00 Q (B) MoWe (Cont'd) O Football (Cont'd) O Basketball (Cont'd) - CD Bowlers Tour. 3:30 O <B> Manion Forum O Football (Cont'd) Q Basketball (Cont'd) CD Bowlers (Cont'd) 3:45 O Hoosier Hinterland 4:00 • O Wrestling O Football (Cont'd) O Bat Patrol CQ.Bowlers (Cont'd) 4:30 O Pet Set O Football (Cont'd) ' O Flying Nun ! CD Hula Bowl Football 5:00 O (B) Wagon Train A young couple needs some extra ° help but no one offers to lend ; them a hbnd. \ O Bill Anderson ; O Golf Open , Glen Campbell's golf open frsrn I Los Angeles, Calif. CD Football (Cont'd) Teams made up of outstanding j college seniors. • ; | • •• 5:30 j O <B) Wagon Train (Cont'd) I O Porter Wagoner i O Golf rCont'd) CD Football (Cont'd) . TAX SERVICE State & Federal ; Returns Fsrmer* by Appointment . Open »:3» >.m. to S-.30 p-m. Daily . Tuei.aVTfcun.'til>p.m. Sat.'Ill Noan JIMMIE DEAKYNE touted 154 brock* north af 4-way SUp, St. Ed. II, West Sldw Phone 532-4965 Ciecr* THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE T ON A cwem? NIGHT. HOW MF»N STARS RR£ Vl^lBte -ft) <Hg NRKED] . ' EVE? V" . • ft &0U< 2 ,000 / Mv<U 8\ViOCULW& 50,000 RDpmOjARU etRR5 CRN &E ee\fgRv. Bgout l.ooo.ooo MORE ? •;- FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1971 Stage Survivors Survivors listed in the family of Joseph Vern Stage include half brothers and half sisters, Mrs. Ellen Offendaker, Mrs. Elizabeth Jones, 'and Clarence Stage, all of Elwood; Mrs. Georgea Kiinckles and Mrs. Sarah Sybert, both from Anderson and Mrs. Ona French of ^ Sprinfield, Ohio. All-Stars *s POISON OPK A Hoi IT AS AFOPM OF POVSOW WVWW6RDVJS ASM&LL SHRUB.' 6mcE K&ftKMOft VEGgtBllOM ViRS svaoueHTf SMRLL SEEDS, SBR CURREVn^ GREYED COCOVilire^, RMX> 6 \riDS D ©n2\8UTED FLESHY PRUrrSEgDfl INDIANAPOLIS, IND.: Robert Mitchell, 29 (L), is taken into custody at the Marion County Jail January 6, charged with the murders of his wife, Mitzie, 29, and two of his children, Jeffrey, 6 and Tamera, 9.. Police said he drove alongside Mrs. Mitchell's car just after she picked the children up from grade school, and opened fire with a shotgun in thejschool parking.lot. A third child, Cherie, 11, was not hurt. The shootings occurred a few minutes before school was to let out for the day. UPI TELEPHOTO NOW SHOWING im SATURDAY •School Bus; (Continued from page one) ence be on an every other year basis. I A request by the Supt. to send Speech and Hearing Therapists to an inf service area meeting at Indianapolis, Feb. 26 was approved. I Mrs. Constance Zimlich, THS Guidance Director, will attend the Indiana Personal and. Guidance Association Conference at Fort Wayne February 12 and 13. Supt. Guenther will attend the' Superintendent's meeting at Indianapolis January 14, and 15 in with'expenses paid, as approved by the Board. It was voted and approved that a School Corporation bus be used - to transport seventh and eighth grade students to Monroeville HMher Partly cloudy- and a. little warmer today and tonight. Considerable cloudiness and warmer with chance of ^occasional light snow Saturday. Winds southeasterly.' 8 to 16 miles per hour today and/tonight. High . today 18 to 23. Low tonight 10 to 15. High Saturday 27 to 32. Precipitation probability percentages 20 today and tonight, 40 Saturday, Indiana extended outlook for Sunday through Tuesday: Chance of precipitation mostly in form • of rain Sunday but changing to snow in north. ABA NEWJ YORK (UP1>- Former National Basketball Association stars Rick Barry and Joe 'Caldwell jand rookies Charlie^ Scott and" Dan Issei; head the American Basketball Association JEast squad selected •Thursday to play in the fourth annual I ABA All-Star game in Greensboro, N.C., Jan. 23.. Barryj,, of the New York Nets, is currently averaging 22 points per game . while • Caldwell is' ; averaging 22.6 for the Carolina Cougars. Issel, a'6-9 center out of Kentucky, is second in the league 'in scoring with a 28.5 average | for the Kentucky . Colonels. Scott, who is challenging Isset for. ABA rookie honors after a brilliant college career at North! 27.3. Gas Break Anniversary One year ago January ,7, 2300 Tipton and Atlanta area homes and business places and schools were without gas service for heat and cooking for about 30 hours due to the; freezing and breaking of a Panhandle Gas Company Service unit at the north edge of Tipton on the morning of January 7, 1970. The temperatures for the two day period were.in the 17 degrees b§low zero range and heavy property damage, was reported to officials and insurance companies. The gas unit problem was corrected within a few hours, but all gas appliance in all buildings had to be checked thoroughly before the entire service was turned back on. •Carolina, is averaging January 15 and 16. -May 26^ 1972 was unanimously approved | by the Board as the closing date - for the 1971-72 school' year in Tipton School (Corporation. Teachers ; and principles are[to establish the startling date, jbeginning and end of Christmas, vacation and the beginning, and ending of the spring vacation. The calendar must include 180 teachers days and 177 students days* A severenpe pay contract was signed for | Mrs. Julia Burkett. A teachers contract for Mrs. Artha Curnutt was signed by the Board. Mrs. Curnutt will be replacing Mrs. Pearce.. Hospital News Wednesday, Jan. 6 ADMISSIONS: Rhonda E.Chau- dion^ Cicero; Matthew T. Mattingly, Tipton. Thursday, Jan. 7 ADMISSIONS-. Linda Michel, Tipton;. Kathy Drake, Kempton; Evelyn Wesner, Tipton; Jeffery Miller, Tipton. DISMISSALS: Cheryl Lee Johns, Tipton; Clifford Tonjes, Indianapolis; Dennis Kelly, Tipton; Rhonda Chaudibn, Cicero; Allen Adkinson, Sharpsville; Virginia Pope, Tipton. BIRTHS:» Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pearson, route 2, Atlanta, girl January 4, 1971. ' .Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schul- enburgi route 5, Tipton, boy January 6, 1971. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Michel, route 1, Tipton, girl January 7, 1971. LOPCN 6 I 45-- ONE SHOWING AT 7:30 P.M. SATURDAY & SUNDAY OPEN 1: jO -St ai-t. 2 : OO lADMISSION .............75 JOURNEY TO THE BE6INNINB0FTIME

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