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Tipton, Indiana
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Wednesday, January 13, 1971
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1971 4:00 (I) Die* Vem Dyke tarty IqM •:00 QTnrii ar O SUA (Cont'd) O Uwyara (Cont'd) THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUTE '6 WW I'I New 4:30 O t-*f Kaaaft (Cont'd) IB **J Nwr* (Cont'd) 0 AK Nm 7:00 waaa (Cont'd) NIC Maw* CSS Mawi Urn *• Ctedk (I) Nik «MMf 7:30 Pattkaat Ji I M M fraai SUah B3 ttm Frew* Caef 1:30 O What's Mir Uaa O SMUk (Cont d) O Ta Rama Wfta Lava O km Ul IB: AaMtWait Diaarn A penpactive of life [in the U.S. t:00 O OavU Frart O Mask Hall -.-O Madhal CaMar 0 JahMqr Catli : 63 Dream (Cont 'd) f:30 O Frart (Cont'd) O Made Ha« (Cont'd) O Madieat CaaMr (Cont'd) Q) iakaay Caah (Cont'd) Qj) Dream (Cont'd) CARROL'S CPO COATS 25% OFF WERE $22.45 IS ON NOW! BD SHIRTS TO $28.00 NOW $17.20 TO $21.00 H A T S 25 % OFF WERE $5.50 TO $7.50 NOW $3.49 $6.50 Men's For.your apparel - - See Carroll'*! 10:00 : CI Fraat (Cont'd) . • Q Fear la O M ' Q Hawaii Fiv#-0 IB Natl Palliafl Day (B tint OarcMlM 10:30 . Q Lacal Newt O FaaKOna (Cont'd) O Hawaii (Cont'd) ID .PaHiat Day (Cont'd) 63 Churchill* (Cont'd) .11:00 O (I) Parry Mataa . O Final Itaaart O Lacal News © Eyewitness New* 11:30 O (•> Farry Meson (Cont'd) O Taniafct Shaw O Lata Shaw tB Mdt Caratt TV. Thui-s. 6:30 O Today In Indiana O Sunrise Semester © Perspective 13 7:00 O (B) Panorama O Today Q CBS News jfB Aon'scope '..-'."»'••.' 7:30 O Kertoen Kamival 'oday CCoht'd) (Cont'd) KinaergoVf en College 18:00 ICermval /tConf'd). TeeWfTCont 'd) O Captain Kangaroo © Collefe (Cont'd) • S:30 : O 'Kamival (Cont'd) O. Today (Cont'd) O Copt. Kangaroo (Coni'd' © Man Trap " 9:00 O (B) Tapper O- Virginia Graham O Coffee On} Theater . © Paul Dimon Show .'. 9:30 • O J«k LaLanna' O Graham (Cont'd) Q Theater (Cont'd) .• © Paul Dixon (Cont'd) 10:00 C9 Lucy Show O Dinah 's Place ©Theater (Cont 'd! ;-< ... © Paul Dinn (Cont'd 1 '"• 10-30- .0" £9 Movie Game &' O Concentration " TO Beverly Hillbillies ~ © That'Girl P CRUST IN ptftces pR05ecfiNS <mm 1«e Wfilfll. W CRWf .6 B ROCK, SMIL....HIW cewtfR A CORE of IROU.MIOEI! ARE <n«e news LAV COLORS eess? MErilfiLJFRRM C010R&D BfiSS Developed DUR\NS NutRBiWe -fl^f*! ceww foops (mo wesiWNSMtfiwO COLOR ftp 1 HW ! Page 5 WHO \MeRe^e FIRST eear exPLORERS? MeoiteRRAMiANi -tfteiRSHife sm flu. <(HE WfN AROUND PFRlCft AND oveRLfiM0...'wev FOUNO WIR WA 1t) f flR Off IMOlft RM0 CHINA ; 0OE9 A DB0 \MNmS PERSON COME UP irlREE1foE6 SEfORE gtKKtUg? No! H^lMflV COMg UP MfiNV <IME6 OR MOT OWCE... cowpi-noues o is 11:00 Girl Talk ^ Century Sale Family Affair Bewitched 11:30 .Hews Hollywood Squares 1 Love of Life © Eyewitness. News 12:00 O -Chucfcwagoh Theater Q Jeopardy O Where the Heart !: © S0-S0 Club 12:30 O Chuckwogon !Coni'd> O Afternoon/Channel 6 O., Search for Tomorrow ' © 30-50 Club (Cont'd) = 1:00 O Hollywood Movie O Afternoon (Cont'd) O Local News © 50-50 Club (Cont'd) 1:30 . Q Movie (Cont'd) O Words and Music O As World. Turn* © Make A Deal 2:00 O Movie (Cont'd) O Days, of Our Lives O Many Splendored Thing © Newlywed Game 2:30 O (B) Movie (Cont'd) O The Doctors .O Guiding Light © Dating Game '" ' 3:00 O Gourmet O Another World Q Secret Storm © General Hospital WHY NOT HNEFOODS ARM Boneless Stew Beef .b. 99*J CENTER CUT CHUCK ROAST EVERYDAY LOW PRICE HOMOGENIZED DEAN'S HOMOGE MILK PORK NECK BONES MEATY EMGES BULK SLICED BACON TH,CK0rTH,N lb.' TIPTON MEAT MARKET 1?7 S. Wtst^SL Phone 675-441& 3:30 O (B) Lone Ranger Q Bright Promise O Edge of Night © .One Life To Live 4:00 O Popeye and Jania O Another World O Gomer Py'le © Dark Shadows 4:30 O Popeye (Cont'd). O Mike Douglas O (B) Early Shaw © Big Valley ££) Sesame Street 5:00 O Batman Q Mike Douglas (Cont'd) O (B) Early Show (Cont'd) © Big Valley. (Cont'd) • S3 Sesame (Cont'd) 5:30 O (B) Addoms Family' O Mike Douglas. (Cont'd) ,P (B) Early Show (Cont'd) © Dragnet £B Misterogers Marquette Slows Carr, Whips Notre Dame 71-66 By United Press International You don't have to stop {Austin Carr to siop Notre Dame. You just nave to slow him i town a little. j Third - ranked Marquette couldn't prevent the' high- Carr from establishing Dame !eareer Notre record Tuesdayj night Warriors succeeded in scoring a new scoring but the holding him to 16 points below his average and emerged with a 71-66 victory for-their 24th triumph in a row over two seasons. j" Marquette, which last lost to Notre Dame early last season, limited Carr tojjust four points in .the first half and only 22 for the game and that proved to be the difference as the Warriors withstood a late Irish rally to win for the 12th time this •season; i : The 6-3 guard rallied the 10th- ranked Irish from a 16-point deficit to within Ave points with less than a minute to "play. But guard Dean Meminger of Marquette sank four] free throws in the final minute to lock up the victory. It was Marquette's 50th e consecutive triumph on its home court. ; . Carr's 22 points enabled him to set the school record for total car eelj points with 1,828, surpassing The old record of 1,820 set by Tom Hawkins., i See,. THE WATCHBAND THAT TELLS TIME. By DICK WEST WASHINGTON; (UPI) .- A press: release from the Agricul- ' ture. Department begins: "Ifs not a household word in suburbia, but "sericea Iespede- za' has • an important place in ... , : Here we have another illus- ^Jtration of how people enmeshed in the vast bureaucracy of the federal government tend to lose touch jwith the outside world. The | author of this release presumably is a former newspaperman-employed as a government information specialist. At the time be entered the federal : service, if his is a typical case, he had a firm grip on reality. . Bit | by bit,; however, he became; insulated. His only contact, professional and social, was with other government workers. And finally he lost track) of what was going on beyond the. cloister. Eorj had he kept current in suburban- affairs he would surely have known that "seri­ cea Jespedeza" has been a . household word for months. During the recent holidays, I attended a number of suburban parties t where folks talked of little 'else. I particularly recall the colloquy around the egg nog bowl lone evening in the split level [home: of Herb and Millie . Pluckings. "Since sericea lespedeza is In other games, eighth-ranked such a hardy perennial summer Kansas defeated Georgia Tech, legume, I think it is fair to say 84 - 71; " 14th - ranked Indiana that it is valued mainly for use bombed Minnesota^89-73; Illinois edged Wisconsin,' 84-82; Purdue beat Northwestern, 8274; and Michigan State nipped Iowa, 84-81. Bud Stallworth and Pierre Russell scored 27 and 22'points . respectively to pace Kansas to its 10th victory in 11 games. Rick Yunkus led the losers with :24 points. George McGinnis scored 3] points and grabbed 19 rebounds in sparking Indiana to its 10th victory in 12 games. The' Hoosiers: hit on a phenomenal 71 per cent of their shots in the first half to take a commanding 55-29 lead. ' .Purdue scored 10 points in the final 55 seconds of play to turn back Northwestern. The Boilermakers led only 72-70 with 55 seconds left when they put on a closing spurt. Larry Weatherford scored 23 points for Purdue and Ron Shoger topped"the Wildcats with; 27 points.. . , Rick Howat scored Illinois' final 10 points, including the decisive two points on free throws with five.seconds left.' Howat tallied 31 points in. the game while Clarence Sherrod had 29 for Wisconsin. to say that sericea lespedeza is planted in field borders—areas between cultivated crops and woodland—because it competes better with trees for available nutrients and moisture and provides good habitat for wildlife?" If Millie Pluckings hadn't made us break it up, this might have gone on all night. LEGAL NOTICE P.S.CX No. 32552 V as hay, pasture and in seed production/' Herb was saying as I. walked up. (Herb is an accountant for a storm 1 door. dealer and always trkesj a practical view of matters.) "True enough, agreed Vance Rustoii, "but because of its adaptability, sericea lespedeza also is an excellent plant to help stabilize soil .on steep "s 1 op e s, around waterways, along; roadbanks or surface- mined spoilbanks, or in other areas of critical soil erosion and sediment production." (Rustoii smokes a pipe and teaches Laplandic history at a suburban junior college, which accounts for his philosophic approach.) Haying overheard this much, I couldn't resist injecting one of my own pet theories. 1 said, "Would you think it out of line FIRST FOUR PHILADELPHIA (UPI) - ' Pitcher Jim Sunning, catcher Tim | McCarver and rookie outfielders Joe Lis and Wayne Redmond Tuesday became the tde matter of the peHtlon at Indiana Bell Telephone. Company. Incorporated, aa Indiana Corporation, for approval of and authority to make dongas and- adjustments In Its rates, tails, cbugss and schedules tor telephone service In accordance vith tne proposedsche- dules died herewith. Notice is hereby given that the above-enti' tied Petition has been tiled vlth the Public Service Commission of Indiana and that such ' Petition Is In a matter concernlos Increases in certain of Petitioner's exchange rates for residence and business service and private line service affecting telephone patrons of Petitioner. In Indiana, including the county in . which this notice Is published.- INDIANA B ELL TELEPHONE COMPANY, INCORPORATED L-105 C-76 NOTICE OF COMMISSIONERS CLAIMS The following payroll claims have been approved by the Tipton Co. Commissioners at a special meeting January 11, 1371. Dean Lane. Hgw. 108... „ ' 134.40 Andrew Bushman. Hgw. 108. 123.80 Murl Day, Hgw. 108 130.40 Wilbur Fishbacx, Hgw. 108 128.80 Ralph Gross, Hgw. 108 128.80 Audra Richey, Hgw. 108. .„. 128.80 BasUShupperdVHgw. 108 128.80 Byron Sinclair, Hgw. 108 128.80 James Slaton, Hgw. 108..... . 128.80 Fay Smith, Hgw. 108: 128.80 Maurice Tolle, Hgw. 108 128.80 James WelsmUIer, Hgw. 103... 128.80 Chester A. JarreH. Hgw. 108... 126.50 Emory Schulenburg, Hgw. 108.. > 128.80 Haskell H_ Doss. Hgw. 108..„.. • 128.80 Charles Bunnell, Hgw. 108...... 128.80 Elmer Kinder, Hgw. 108 .' 73.60 Jerry Mlnegar, Hgw. 108 128.80 James Blaylock, Hgw. 108 128.80 Fred Creathoose, Hgw. I(W .... 64.00 L-20 RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED HAROLD B. ALLEN . AUDITOR, TIPTON COUNTY C-10 COMMISSIONERS NOTICE The following miscellaneous claims were allowed by the Tipton County Commissioners at a special meeting January 11,1971. Don Ross Motor Sales, Inc.; Hgw. Helser Ford Inc., Hgw. 205°:— F. Ray Hull L Son Inc.. Hgw. 205 Kessler Auto Parts, Hgw. 205.. Indiana Equipment Co., Inc. Hgw. 205 : Indiana Equipment Co., be. Hgw. 205" .... • Indiana Equipment Co., Inc., . Hgw. 205 . Tiptou Automotive Supply, Hgw. 205,213.4 604 . Sun Oil Co.-DX Div.. Hgw. 208 Clifton i Younce Tire Ser., Hgw. J. R. Ramsay Printing. Hgw. 211 Compton t Sod Inc., Hgw. 213.. Tipton Lumber Co.. Inc., Hgw. 213, 306 ......... 3-M Company, Hgw. 308 Tipton Co. Farm Bureau Co-Op Hgw. 313 Noble A, Young Trucking Co.. Hgw. 402 .. 752.34 « 4.46 .52 12.60 ."5 302.30 175.59 50.18 354.21 5.00 3.65 2.33 24.97 36.30 20.00 7.50 RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED, HAROLD BjALLEN AUDITOR, TIPTON COUNTY I C-10 first 1971 four players to sign their contracts with the Philadelphia Phillies. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATIONS ' ; AND ALLOCATIONS | NoticeJs hereby given the taxpayers of Tipton County. Indiana, that at the request of the County Commissioners the proper legal officers of saldmanicipaieorporation wiU meet at their regular meeting place at 9 a.m..oa the sixteenth (16th) day of January, 1971, to consider and take action on requests by the Highway Dept. for additional appropriations and allocations. ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATIONS .'. ' , • #5,000.00 Highway M.V.H. Surplus for Project 1-71, 200 W.from 300 N., to 400 «. J30.000.00 Additional Appropriation from LJt. 4-S. Fund to L. R. IS, 200 W„ 400 N. and 300 N„ Project 1-71 i— ..... From Accumulative Bridge Fund Appropriation to small bridges project 1911; Taxpayers appear at such meeting shall have • right to be heard thereon. The additional appropriations as finally nude will be automatically the State Board of Tax Commissioners, which Board wiU hold, a further hearing, within fifteen days at the County Auditor's Office or at such other place as may be designated.- At siich bearing taxpayers objecting to any of such additional appropriations may be heard. Interested taxpayers may inquire of the County Auditor when and where such bearing wiU be. 1st ANNUAL AGRICULTURE EDUCATION PANCAKE FEED 6:30 - 8:30 a.ia (come and go as you wish) SATURDAY January 16th TIPTON HIGH SCHOOL CAFETERIA magazines seen it on I come see i Djlcfindcr Cjlcndjr Wdtchband by Spcidcl. II puts Ihe whole yeat on your wrnl — ind Ihcn som»". Handsome Twist-0-Flex r slyles. .-Stainless steel, $8.95. Yellow Kold -miedV $12.95 For any man. For any gift occasion. Earl G. Rhodes jeweler

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