The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on January 12, 1971 · Page 1
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Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, January 12, 1971
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HAROLD J. EURTOII -. ARCHIVES ASSISTANT I .'I'D I Al. r A • STATS'. LIBRARY •i:iDIA:i'APOLIS,- INDIANA- VOLUME 1, NO. 9 THE TIPTON (INDIANA).TRIBUNE TUESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1971 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 Rep. Foreman To Serve On Agriculture Committee Harjy V. Foreman, the newly instalBd' Tipton-Howard County State Representative told the Tipton Tribune in a personal interview Monday that he chose to be on the new 97th General Assembly's Agricultural Committee because both Tipton and Howard Counties are top Indiana farming counties. ' The Russiaville, Jndiana native and a former Kokomo City Councilman, starting his freshman term in the state legislature said he was assigned a good seat "in the house Toom, seat No. 35; that this session would be a challenge to him and the rest of the legislators in finding a solution for the heavy • property tax; and that when the property tax is reduced it must be replaced with other means of state revenue and this should be. Harry V. Foreman '.: State Trooper Reports 5 Arrests Indiana State Trooper. J. L. Sailors reported the following arrests: . .''.'•'. , Kash Marun, 27, 5207 N. Meridian, Indianapolis, for exceeding rural speed limit at U.S. 31 from 600S to 400S at 1:15 p.m.; Elton L. Savage, 58, route 1, Kempton for failure to have ve<- hicle/inspected at SR. 28, 300W and 400W, at 1:45 p.m.; . Fred L. Melton, .27,121 Pqp- , lar, .for no lights on parked vehicle at 725W, one half mile .north of SR 28, at 11 p.m.; Johnny E; Gipson. .41, route 3, for no operators license at SR 19 and SR 28 at 9 p.m.; and Gary W'. Clements, 34, 5119 Turtle Creek, Indianapolis for failure to exhibit registration at U.S. 31 at 100N and Division at 8:40 p.m. . City police reported the following arrests: Leroy J." Weston, 24, 416 Armstrong, for no operators * license (Exp). The. arrest was made in the 700 block in Armstrongat 3:40 p.m. Monday. done .with sales tax and adjusted gross taxes. • ..;! Rep. Foreman said he chose as - his other four committee posts: 1. Insurance Committee, because of his 25 years in the insurance business and he was made a ranking member this session; 2. Cities and Towns Committee,, because he served as a Kokomo City Councilman and feels he knows urban problems; 3. The Agricultural] committee, because of reasons first stated; 4. Natural Resources Committee^ because of his interest in conservation of water, the resource which is . necessary for urban growth; and 5. Military Committee, because Foreman served three years in the Navy during WW' n and now has !a son in the National Guard. . Foreman said he would do his part in gettingthe session through by April 15 as scheduled,' that he would attend as many as possible the Tipton County Chamber of Commerce Third House Meetings, held.each Saturday 8 a.m. in the Bowl-O-Drome beginning Jan. 23. The new representative said he would welcome questions from the Tipton County citizens. •.. Universities Seek Temporary Relief • [ " i- : i- '• • LAFAYETTE, Ind. (UPI)Officials of the four state-sup-, ported universities' will seek •temporary, relief from 'the recent opinion by Indiana' Attorney General Theodore L. Sen- dak which ended ^tuition discounts for staff members and" their children. • • J ; . Lytle J. Freehafer.'yicepresi- dent and treasurer! of iPurdue University, predicted -the re' quest would receive favorable. action after he met with officials . of' the three other state universities at I n d i aha polls Monday. The meeting also was .attended by the chief examiner of the State Board j 'of Accounts and a deputy attorney general. The relief sought byj Freehafer would allow the discount (Continued on page six) Little Christine Jafrelll Named as 1971 March of Dimes Poster Child The youngest celebrity of the hour in Tipton County is Christine • Lynnette Jarrell, age 13 months, who has been named local March • of Dimes Poster Child for the annual January campaign to prevent birth defects. The annpunce- 'ment came today from Sister .Ann Weller, Tipton County Chairman for March of Dimes. . : ° Christine, who was born with bi-lateral hip dysplasia, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Jarrell. Funds obtained through the local drive have helped to finance assistive devices during the past year. . "Birth defects can strike any family, anytime and anywhere," Local Chaplain Will Attend Christine Jarrell Tipton County Foster Child Utility Board Approves Tentative Chlorination Plans for Disposal Plant Tipton Utility Board members met with engineers of the Clyde Williams Association to review tentative plans for the chlorination process to be installed in the rear future at Tipton Disposal Plant. The Utility Board approved the engineer's. plans. The plans will now be forwarded to State Board of Health for final approval. After the State accepts the plans, contracts will be signed for the installation of the process. In other Utility Board business Monday afternoon, the meniT bers continued a discussion on storage for emergency hospital civil defense equipment. The problem of finding a suitable place exists' due to the heavy Mayor Ray Rench announced the re-appointment! of Lester Hart and P.A. Smith to the City Planning Commission and Ed Meloche to the Board of Zoning Guest Speaker- -Louis B. Russell, the world^s longest living heart transplant recipient, will be guest speaker! Wednesday at the Lion's Club meeting to be held at the Bowl-O-Drome. Mr. Russell will be a dinner guest of the club at 6:30 p.m. At 7:30 p.m. he is scheduled to speak about his experiences as a heart transplant patient The public is invited to attend the meeting. Russell is the 1971 State Heart Fund Chairman and is scheduled to make numerous appearances throughout February Heart Month. He will be presented the "Handicapped Man Of the Year" Award by Governor Edgar D. Whitcomb at the Heart Fund kickoff party January 20. intments Appeals at Monday night's City Council meeting. City claims number one through 47 in the amount of $20,697.24 and utility claims number one through 47 in the amount of $90,771.30 were approved by city couhcilmen. 'John Baden, city street commissioner, discussed the possibility of purchasing a new loader for the city. The City Council agreed to advertise in the near future for-a replacement, of the old loader now in use. Baden also reported that he had timed the walk lights at the intersections. The walk lights change at ten second cycles, he reported. The state highway was notified and requested to extend the walk lights either to 15 or 20 seconds to give pedestrians ample time to cross,the streets. The councilmen discussed the one-way street and alley situations around town and each agreed to do an intensive study of the problem areas. Further action will be taken at the next meeting. Ralph Miller, Max Stockwell and Ray Holder man were requested to investigate a complaint about the poor lighting in an alley north of the city near the railroad. Open burning in trash barrels were ruled legal at the present time due to the fact that the city fias not been notified by the State that the state rulingon open burning actually must be enforced within city limits. However, the mayor pointed out that the city does have an ordinance which bans the burning of wet garbage which is enforced. A new garbage truck for the city is expected to arrive in the very near future. weight .of the equipment. It was estimated that the total weight would be.two to three tons. The board has-looked'into several possible storage areas and will continue until a suitable one is found. Master Lists May Be Used In Selecting Jurors INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - The ^Indiana Supreme Court approved unanimously Monday the use of master voters registration lists as.the best available system for selecting jurors. The ruling involved a test case in Vanderburgh County following Circuit Court Judge William H. Miller's order last year to the jury commissioners to select prospective - jurors from the most recent list of registered voters. Jurors, by. state law, are selected from tax duplicates of the county's list of property owners. Miller said he based his deci-. sion on the drastic reduction in the number of names appearing^ on the tax lists. Recent changes in state laws have caused tax lists to dwindle considerably.. One change affected " car owners, who now pay their excise tax at the time they purchase their license, plates. Another switch removed many property owners' from the tax list but did not exempt them from continuing to pay taxes. Monday's formal decision confirmed a telephoned poll' taken last Dec. 21 by Chief Justice Donald Hunter, and favoring Miller's stand unanimously. At that time. Hunter said, "I think we have the constitutionality to do it." The case got to the high court when a "friend of the court" suit was filed by Vanderburgh C o u n t y Prosecutor William J. Brune in which he petitioned the court to invalidate Miller's order. The petition (Continued on page six)' junior high Mather Cloud type - Clear: Present temperature - 28 Maximum temperature - 38 Minimum temperature - 16 Wind Direction - East Wind Velocity - 7 mph Relative Humidity - 85% Precipitation'- 0 Barometer Reading -30.30 rising . "Forecast - Fair & colder. Sister Ann. said. "Christine represents . approximately a quarter of a million babies born every year.who have been denied a healthy birthright." The March of Dimes stands' ready to help through year-round programs of [research, patient care, education and community service, she added. .The ultir mate goal is prevention of birth defects and that is the reason behind the annual appeal for funds. Volunteer Appeal Teenage members of church youth 'groups—come on6, come all and help in the fight to prevent birth defects. Sister Ann Weller, Tipton Qpunty chairman of the March of Dimes and Misses Becky Aikmanand JudiSteans, student chairmen of the Teen Campaign] are issuing this call throughout Tipton- to help in the annual! January appeal for funds. Volunteers are needed, they said, to carry out the varied tasks of a fundraising drive. These include Iplacing coin collectors on store [counters, setting up dime ; boards in restaurants, and plan- Legislature Convenes ning Mothers' March activities. Teenagers are invited to an organizational meeting at St. Joseph Academy Library on Monday, January 18 at 7:00 p.m. It was pointed out that the fight to prevent birth defects has never looked more hopeful. The March of Dimes supports programs throughout the year aimed at continuing this progress. Research, patient care and education are powerful weapons in our goal of a healthy birthright for every newborn. Excise Tax Bill Proposed Legion Meeting To Replace Aircraft Tax Don Smith, Tipton American Legion Post No. 46 officer, will attend; the American Legion Mid- Winter Conference January 1617 at the Hilton Hotel in Indianapolis, according to Tipton Legion Commander Oscar Ingle. Smith is theTost Chaplain. The American Legion will start its twbr-day annual state mid-winter conference with Indiana Commander Dale E. Kuhn of Greenfield scheduled to present his "State of the Legion" address. Kuhn said his remarks would include the legion's participation in the "prisoner of war letter writing campaign, efforts to raise $4 million for the Gen. Lewis B. Hershey building at Tri-State College and legislative affairs. ' Speakers at a Saturday night dinner-dance will be a past commander, Clarence Jackson, and a past auxilliary president, Mrs. George L'Seybert, both of Indianapolis. Tom Warner, athletic director at Butler University, will speak at a Sunday luncheon, marking the - beginning of the Legion's annual baseball program. ; By JOHN BARRETTE . INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — A bill to double the state sales tax rate from 2 to 4 per cent, with the extra millions dollars income ear marked for operating costs of school corporations, was introduced in the, Indiana Legislature today. The measure was among 93 Senate bills and five resolutions profiled shortly before the 1971 session opened this; morning. Its author was Sen. John J. Frick, D-South Bend. Others pre-filed would: — Provide for direct primary nomination of candidates for U.S. Senate and all state elective offices. Sen. Lawrence M. Bprst, R-Indianapolis. — Establish sex. education courses in public schools on an elective basis with separate classes for. boys and for girls. Sen. John F. Shawley, R-LaPorte. ,"-.•••...'. — Create a_state crime compensation commission to pay innocent victims pf crimes. Sea. • Bernard Konrady, D-Gary.' • — Provide a $100 tax crediton Arcadia Church Will Burn Their Mortgage Sun day A note burning ceremony on Sunday will climax jeight years of work for members of the Arcadia Christian Church. The mortgage on their $60,000.00 Educational wing will be burned at the 7:00 p.m. evening worship service. Final payment on the twelve- year loan was paid in less than nine years, therefore, January 17, 1971 has been declared Victory Day. The victory celebration will begin at 5:30 p.m. with a carry-in dinner. •'.'-j Speaker for the evening service will be Harold Kline, former minister, who is now the minister of the South Side Christian Church in Kokomo, Indiana. Also" on the program will be Robert Stover, Tipton High Activities! Today, the Student Council met during the activity period in room 129. the wrestling team will meet at Alexandria at 6:30 p.m. tonight while the FHA girls will have their; meeting tonight at 7:00 in room 105. '•. On Wednesday/ January 13 the . T-Men will meet in the school cafeteria during activity period. At 3:30 p.m. there will,be a faculty meeting on North Central Study. ; | Thursday, January 14 an Armed Service Program in thejCafe- teria at 2:30. The wrestling team will meet with Peru at 6:30 p.m. Friday, January 15 a pep session during activity period and then a varsity basketball j game with Huntington in the gym at 7:30 p.m. |. , Saturday, January 16 a breakfast for adult agriculture classes in the school cafeteria from 6:30 to 8:30 a.m. J serving as Master of Ceremonies, and Richard McQuinn, minister for the! past four months. Special music will be brought by Mrs. Tory Hope, Mrs.Avonne Stover, Miss Sara Wallace, and the Creshendo's, a singing choir from Noblesville. The public is invited and urged to attend. adjusted gross income taxes for taxpayers; with children in non- publicj schools. Sea. Leslie Duvall, R-Indianapoiis, — Amend- the Constitution to provide for governor and lieutenant governor j candidates to run as a teami Sen". George Rubinj- R-Indianapolis. . Onej bill filed "earlier, called for an airport development and improvement fund. Money for the fund would be raised from, a hew excise tax whichl would replace the present aircraft property taxes. The bill. was! prefiled late Monday by Rep. j Floyd- Coleman, R- Waterloo. - .' Officials of the Indiana Aeronautics Commission estimated the new taxing \ method would produce about $2 million a year at the present level of aircraft registrations, 3,431, according to latest figures available. Larry Creakbaum, assistant aeronatucis commissioner, said backers .of the| measure feel "the flying public should, have Church Elects New Officers Members of the Tipton First 'Presbyterian Church met Monday night-and following the annual dinner and reports, elected ' three j new officers for three year terms to !the! Board of Sessions and they were Ed Zaloudek, Howard PjOttenger and Allen Perry. Zaloudek and Pottenger were also voted onto the Board of Trustees.'! . - Elepted to the Board of Deacons for three year terms were -Carolyn Perry, Greg"Hoover, Steven Craig and Cathy Adding- . ton. |'". ! i • The Rev. Roy Cunningham said that all new electees would be ordained and installed at next Sunday's services? back the taxes" they 'pay on their craft in the form of improved airports. Like Car Tax The biil was fashioned somewhat along the lines of a law that replaced property taxes on automobiles with an excise tax effective this year. It creates six classes of aircraft, ranging (Continued on paee six) Masons Install New Officers Regular.stated meetingof Austin Lodge #128 F & AM was held at the Masonic Temple, Thursday, January 7 at 7:30 p.m. The meetingwasopened inreg- ular form with Worshipful' Master, Robert E. Dickover, presiding. The regular business meeting followed. Correspondence, financial report and minutes of previous meeting were read by Secretary, George Greene. Installation of elected and appointed officers' for 1971 was held for the following: Jark E. Plake, Worshipful Master; Clyde Worsham, Senior Warden; Charles B. Haskett, Sr., Junior Warden; James McCIard, Senior Deacon; David Stockdale, Junior Deacon;. Gene F. Brunk, Treasurer; George Greene, secretary; Robert Dickover, Chaplain and Vern . Hoffman, Tyler. Past Masters . Harry Ebert, Raymond Little and Harry Tidier served as Installing Officer, Installing Cha> plain, and Installing Marshal!, respectively. Clyde Worsham, Jack Plake, and George Greene were guests at the Founders Day Conference held at the Murat Temple, Indianapolis, last weekend. The Lodge was closed in reg-" ular form. Members adjourned to the dining hall where refreshments were served.- NeW Ag Off ipers— -Newly elected Tipton County Agricultural Association officers for 1971 photoed Monday night at the Tipteh County 4-H Building shortly after the balloting and naming of the county officers. | '' . .. Front row 0-r) Mrs. George Hat low, Mrs. Bruce Johnson, Mrs. Doyle Hobbs, Mrs. Marina Mitchell, Mrs. Keith Hoover and Mrs. Martha Baird. Second row (1-r) Fred McCorkle, Dale Salsberry, Bill Ayras, Earl Sottong and |Tom Crouch. Elected, but missing from photo is Dick Nash. The county officers elected major bfficers as follows: Bill Ayres, president; Tom Crouch, vice president; Mrs. George Harlow, secretary; and Mrs, Doyle Hobbs, treasurer. attended the Tipton County Agricultural Association Annual u (Staff Photo by Eldon Cage) About Dinner 140 Tipton County persons Meeting Monday Night.

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