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—•••.--•*- * ~ _,- « T "n ft * ' VOLUME 1, NO. 12 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) TRIBUNE FRIDAY, JANUARY 15. 1971 1QC FEU COPY 45<? PER WEEK ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS MATTER OCTOBER 4, 1895, AT POST OFFICE IN TIPTON, INDIANA •—gfry&j —.— SECOND CLASS POSTAGE AT;TIPTON, INDIANA 46072 Extension Council To Meet Monday The first Extension Homemak- ' ers Council meeting of the year «jis scheduled for Monday, January 18, 10:00 a.m. to'3:15 p.m. at the 4-H and Community Build- ing. On the agenda will be, reading of the revised constitution and discussion of same; naming of special and standing commit-' tees and plans to attend session of State Legislature on January 27. • "' .':!'•• . . Also plans for Indianapolis District day. Lunch, will be served by the Silver Belles Extension Club<members with Mrs. Farrell Heathcoate, president. Reservations has been made for you. ; If the member is not able to attend, they are asked to send another officer or representative from their club. If a representative can not remain for lunch, pfease cancel their reservation by calling Mrs.. Heath- = coate on or before Friday morning of this week. ,j II Stolen Car Recovered ; The. Tipton County Sheriff's Office reported the recovery of one vehicle stolen from Elwood,. driven into Tipton County, stripped of. tires, wheels and some accessories, and two one vehicle, accidents with property damage $850 and the slight injury to one driver. Sheriff Dick Ziegler said thieves stole a 1966 auto in Elwood, drove it to a sight in southeastern Tipton County early Thurs- (Continiied oh page six) •. s Grandson to Bevelheimer' Face Additional Surgery As Result of Severe Burns Farm Management Officers- -John Corya, left, route 4 Greensburg,newly elected president of the Indiana Farm Management Association, exchanged a word with othler J.971 officers. From second left, Mark McKinney, route i Kempton, vice president; David Bashe, Purdue University agricultural economist, retrained secretary-treasurer; and David White, Morristown, new director. The Association held its annual meetingat Purdue in conjunction with Farm Science Days. Jeffrey. "Dani" Bevelheimer, five year-old grandson of Mrs. Ray Bevelheimer, 934 N. Independence street, is slowly recovering from severe burns over 85 percent; of his body at the home of his parents, Mr. and I Mrs. Lee iBevelheimer, Green | Rock, ni. The young boy was burned in an accident during 1970.and underwent ' surgery in November. Additional surgery and intensive skin grafts are contemplated before Dani is completely recovered. His I ankle was so. badly . burned that an artery was exposed and had to be kept on the outside of 1. his foot during the healing process, reported his mother, j j. Doctors are encouraged with Dani's progress,' even though his recovery, willjbe'a longslowpro­ cess.• The parents kept a constant vigil over their burned son while he was hospitalized. A recreation room'.at .the Bevelheimer's home was converted to a tecovery area for Dani when he. .eas dismissed from the hospital in Iowa City Burn Center. Though her severely burned 5-year-old requires almost constant attention, Mrs. Lee Bevelheimer has still found time to do (Continued on page six). To File Early City-wide Bargain Days Tipton Merchantmen's Association will sponsor a City-Wide Bargain Days during January 22 and 23. The Asseciation members met Thursday at the Bowl. 0-Drome to finalize plans for, the special event. Letters will be mailed to all City To Accept Tractor Bids City Council has announced that they will receive sealed bids for. the furnishing of a 1971 gasoline tractor for the Tipton Street Department, January 25 at'7:30 p.m. in the City Court Room. The specifications state that * •the successful bidder must take in trade, a 1965 tractor and 1955? ; gasoline' grader which may be seen and inspected at the city garage. Detailed specifications are on file in the office of Clerk- Treasurer at City Hall. local merchants requesting their support and cooperation. Present for the meeting were William Cheeke, Ralph Starkey, Charles Weber, = Stan Barton, Harry Tidier, and Irvin Banta. Local Arrests City Police report the arrest of William Butner, 19, route 1, • Tipton for reckless driving in the .1000 block of North Main at 1:15 p.m. Reports and Election Highlight Annual Stockholders Meeting State Revenue Commissioner, James O. Mathis, today urged all Hoosier taxpayers to file their Indiana tax ijeturhs as early as possible. He particularly urged those people j who are filing only for the $8.00 Sales Tax credit to get their| returns in before the huge volume of regular re­ turns.are received. Mathis said that about 5,000 Tipton Building and Loan Association held its annual stockholders meeting 7:00 p.m. January 11th at the offices of the association. A statement of operations was given by Richard L. Smith, Executive Vice President of the association, at which time he announced that at the Doversberger Joins Purdue Air Society Property Transfers Merlin Harlow et ux, Lewis D. Harper et ux, W.-D, 12-30-70, No. 9190,-Outlot 160 Tipton, Wm. H. Marker's Second Addition. Cardoya Juday et ux, Marilyn Marsh, W-D, 12-12-70, No! 9191, S E 4 S E 4, Section 24, Township 21, Range 5, 40 acres. Marilyn Marsh, Cordova Juday, W-D, 12-15-70, No. 9192, S E 4 S E 4, Section 24, Township 21, Range 5. t Esther B. Davis et ux, John M. Nash et ux, W-D, No. 9198, Pt. N E 4, Section 9, Township 22, Range 5, 5.56 acres". Paul R. Claybaugh, Robert Shupperd ej ux, W-D, 12-24-70, No. 9199, In Lot 6, Block 11, Tipton, John P. Kemp's 3rd Addition. Blanche Carter, Forest E.Ba­ ker, et ux, W-D, 1-4-71, No. (Continued on page six) Terry Doversburger, Tipton, will beamongthirty-eight Purdue University students who will be' initiated Sunday evening into Arnold Air Society and Angel Flight, honorary service affiliates of Purdue's Air Force ROTC unit. - Guest speaker at the annual induction banquet at the Trails will be Col. Robert P. Daly, engineering deputy, Aeronautical Systems Division, Air Force Aerospace Systems : Command, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio. His talk, entitled "Toward the 21st^ Century," will be based* on his" two-year study of the future of aeronautical systems. . Along with the joint initiation ceremonies, Angel Flight will install new officers, • headed by Brenda A. Fr«frje, 5225 Bevedere Drive, Indianapolis, as commander. Other new Angel Flight officers: Susan E. Thews, RR1/1, Culver, executive officer; Sandra L. Dinsmore, 7521 Marshall, Merrillville, administrative offi lis, operations; Cathy R. Austin, 2515 W. 60th Drive, Merrillville, assistant operations; Susan M.. Wiggenhorn, 5733 Broadway, Indianapolis, marshal; Emily A. Diltz, 7973 Dartmouth Roadrindi T anapolis, supply officeri^Sandra J. Loehr, RR 1, Holland, information officer; Bonita J. Beatty, RR 2, Sharpsvilfe, historian; June I. Keresztes, 1630 Magnolia St., South Bend, rush chairman. close of 1970 the savings balances at the association amounted to $21,853,739.78. This was up $1,528,811.07 from a year ago. Smith also stated that during 1970 the mortgage loan repayments held strong and this coupled with the inflow of .savings provided funds to take care of the most urgent of the communities mortgage lending needs. It was noted that the association paid its savers $1,064,644.86 in interest during 1970. This being the largest payment in the history of the association. . Mr. Smith stated that the policy of the association has always been to pay the highest rate on savings funds entrusted to the associations care. Accordingly, we anticipate paying the same rate currently beingpaid on passbook saving's and longer term saving certificates. v It was pointed out by Mr. Smith that every savings and loan institution by reason of the nature of its supervision is required to maintain substantial cash- reserves and to build a strong bulwark against possible losses on mortgage investments. He point-: reserve accounts giving them a ed out that tjie liquidity inreser-j total reserves of $2,424,470.96 ves of this association.are well which amounts to 11.09 percent above supervisory requirements, [of the total savings capital. At the close of 1970 the liquid V Smith went on to state that the assets, thatj is to say the cash 1 ^association invested $3,375,743,and government securities, a-f 07 in mortgage loans duringl970. returns ceived . by the beenre- The refund checks should be in the hands of the taxpayer sometime next week. A new simplified method of claiming Sales Tax refunds may be used by citizens this year if they have no income or taxes to pay. Mathis urged all persons filing a form only for the purpose of .receiving the Sales Tax credit to. carefully read the instructions on ,how to file. Only three lines need to be completed on the (Continued on page six) mounted to 11.59 percent of total -savings. j ;. :. J During the year the assbcia -j tion added $157,941.08 to their THS Sen for Cl Of this amount $839,488.27 went to finance the purchase of new (Continued on page six) State Moose Lodge Milita : i'-'-' . Relate Programs Representatives' of Military branches visited at Tipton High School Thursday during the scheduled Armed Forces Program. Young men of the senior class were informed that the U. S. Marine Corps 'offers training in over lable with no specific type guarantee. However with a four year enlistment, young men can. apply, for aviation, group ground or other guarantee programs. A 180 day delay program is offered the men who want to enlist 400 different job specialties, tra- now, and complete school before vel, and adventure. Two and leaving for training. three year enlistments are aval- Whitcomb Reco $5 Million For New Unit • •' "'• ' ' '''!' Not Authorized In Budget INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - Dr. William E. Murray, in his first day oh the job as permanent • — " 4 * J — r cer; Mary M. Rollings, 420 E.'teidiana mental health commis- Bixler Road, Indianapolis, comp- sioner, discovered Governor troller; Pamela J. Catron} 1445 Whitcomb has recommended $5 Carroll White Drive, Indianapo- million for a new unit for re­ tarded children in Indianapolis that had not been included in the requested budget. • Murray, who has been acting commissioner for four months, discussed during his first news conference loss and lack of hospital accreditation, handling of criminal. sexual psychopaths, and progress of sheltered work 1 : shops as limited employment for patients. „ . But when he was asked about •a. $5 million recommended. appropriation in the mental health budget for a new building for retarded children at Central State Hospital here, Murray said he had hot been aware of . the project and in working on the .budget hadn't requested it. It developed the $5 million ••• proposal was the result of a decision by the Whitcomb administration that instead of replacing- needed beds atMus- catatuck State Hospital near North Vernon, thaconstruction should be in Marion County ^ Back of this decision is the fact Armed Forces PrOgranVuse your military career as a stepping stone for a civilian life. You only get put of a military career what you put in --- You are the only one who can stop your progress." The Military Hepresenatives Informed young men of Tipton High School.during the Armed Services program at Tipton High School Thursday afternoon. Military Representatives (left to right) are: Sgt. G. Biroth, Army; Sgt. McCurdy, Marine; Sgt. Nabb, Marine; H. D. Haln- line. Navy Technical; Sgt Scott Teal, Air Force. Among students present were (left to right) Rob- tie Smith, Bob Nunemaker and John Powell. :'• f'~ I • (Staff Photo by Margaret Hlnkle) IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE It pays to use Tribune Classified Ads. The following ad brought results for Mr. Jesse Hinkle, R. R. 1 Tipton: FOR SALE — Heavy fryers, . some layers. Phone 6756703. } • that "many Marion County patients are in Muscatatuck and that by buiiding the replacement unit here, these children can be moved closer to their homes. j Murray! said he was "concerned*' over the fact Madison State Hospital had lost its accreditation with a national hospital association because of lack of construction not approved by the legislature. But Murray said , several other state hospitals never have been able to gain accreditation for somewhat similar reasons. On criminal sexual psychopaths, Murray said mental hospitals, except Norman Beatty at Westville.) are not physically able to provide maximum security and more important, could not function as treatment facilr ities if they! were required to be jails. | •: 1 . ; He said one possibility would be to place possible criminal sexual psychopaths at Norman Beatty fori the first 60 days after a court commits them to a mental: hospital, and then Jet the court decide whether the patient should be moved. He said this plan would require additional; staff .for Beatty. Murray signed acontract today - with Associated Patient Services,! Inc., enabling New Castle State Hospital to carry out a sheltered, or industrial workshop! He said the mmedi- (Continued on page six) The Air Force Representative informed the senior men that the air force offers training to graduates in more than 400 skilled; occupations. Applicants for enlistment are given aptitude tests. prior to enlistment. The results of the test is used as a career guidance tool to help applicants select occupations that they have talent for. Training in specific occupations vary from four to 44 weeks. The U. S. Army has numerous opportunities to offer such as Officers Candidate School, medical skills, specialized pro- Kenneth j I. Parker of Hartford City was appointed state director off Indiana for the Loyal Order of Moose, effective ,Jan. 1; it was) announced today by Herbert W. Heilman,' director of the Membership Enrollment Department. Parker Replaces Crawford H. Barker of Frankfort, who retired on Dec. 31 after serving 16. years as state director. The newj state .director joined Hartford November offices m (Continued on page six) City Lodge No. 225 in of 1945 and held all the lodge and many chairmanships.. In 1961, he became full jtime secretary-manager of the Hartford City lodge - side at 1405 N and in January, of 1963 trans- in Hartford City '-ferred to Muncie Lodge No. 33 to serve in the same capacity. He is a member cf Limberlost Legion No. 18 and received the Fellowship Degree in 1956 and the Order's highest degree, the Pilgrim Degree of Merit, in 1963. Parker has been very active in the operation of the Indiana Moose Association serving as Sgt. at Arms, conservation chairman and prelate. He was serving the second three-year term as state secretary-treasurer when he was named state director and holds the honorary title of state president. At . the Supreme Lodge level, Parker had served as both •Deputy General Governor and Deputy Supreme Governor. Born April 26, 1920 in Hartford City, Parker was graduated from the. Hartford public school system. From 1945 until 1961, he owned his own business and served as a salesman for the Mobil Oil Co." A veteran of World War II, Parker served with -ihe United States Army from June of 1943 until November • of '1945 as a staff sergeant with the 150th Infantry overseas. He and his wife,.Leona, re- Monroe Street, and Sunday afternoons. There is Mission £ ail*" Tipton Lutheran Church Pastor, The Rev. Donald Blester sitting at an exhibition table In the India Room which lis being readied for the Tipton Lutheran Church Annual Foreign Mission Fair. Standing and inspeetinganartlcle from, India is Mrs. William Wehman, secretary of the Church. . . . The Lutheran Church Mission Fair is open to the public Friday and Saturday Nights and Saturday no charge for the exhibits and refreshments will be served. (Staff Photo by Eldon Cage)

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