The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on January 19, 1971 · Page 1
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 1

Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, January 19, 1971
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II OLD J • BURTON ARCHIVES-ASSISTANT' IM DI AM A"" STATS LI3RARY INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA i VOLUME 1, NO. 15 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) TRIBUNE TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1971 10<i PER COPY 45£ PER WEEK ENTERED AS SECOND Cl^ASS MATTER OCTOBER 4, 1895. AT POST OFFICE IN TIPTON, INDIANA SECOND CLASS POSTAGE AT TIPTON, INDIANA 46072 Retired Teachers Will Organize Sat. . 8 Joe Eastman, acting secretary, announced that an organizational meeting of retired teachers will be held Friday from 12 noon to 1 p.m. at Tom's Cafeteria. The meeting is open to all interested retired teachers. Speakers will be present from Indianapolis to explain the organization and it's purposes. Mr. Eastman emphasized the importance of- the group in connection with the Retirement Fund and it's future and urged all retired teachers to take an active part in the formative meeting. Chamber To Meet Tonight There will be a meeting of the Directors of the Chamber of Commerce- Tuesday, January 19 at 8 p.m. at the courthouse "in the Building Commissioners room on the first floor. THS Activities Today, the Student Council met . during activity period in room 129, •". The 9th grade basketball team will meet here to play Alexandria at 6:30 p.m. On Thursday, there will be semester exams in the morning and the wrestling team -will meet Elwood at 6:30 p.m. at Elwood. ^ Friday, is the end of the first Semester.' Semester exams will be given all morning. There will be a basketball game tonight at . 6:30 with Noblesville here, Saturday, the Carmel Invitational Wrestling Tournament is scheduled for 9 a.m. at Carmel. The basketball game at Ft Wayne Central will start at 6:30 p.m. Junior High Ticket Sale Announced Tipton Junior High School Principal Charles Wolf announced that all pre-sales tickets for the Hamilton Heights seventh grade Tourney at Arcadia next Saturday would mean more money in the Tipton Junior High Athletic Fund. Since all pre-Saturday receipts will be kept in Tipton Junior High, school officials are urging adults and students alike to buy the, tickets at Tipton Junior High any day this week during regular school hours. : t, All of the receipts ( for the Tipton - Noblesville High School basketball game this Friday night will go to the Tipton High School Band Uniform Fund, Tipton Athletic Director John Moses said Tuesday. The Tipton High School Athletic Council approved the donating of the receipts, both pre-game sale and door sale, less expenses to the Band Uniform Fund. The new uniforms arrived and were used by the Tipton High Band members in late October.. Many students and band members have and will sell door to door tickets to the Tipton - Noblesville game throughout the remainder of this week and citizens are urged to aid the band uniform cause as well as to support the Blue Devils by purchasing from the authorized stu-^| dents. New Officers— These are the 1971 officers of the Indiana Soybean Growers Association, elected at Purdue University's Farm Science Days. From left, George Diener, Reynolds, president; William Ma in, Merom, vice president; Donald Foltz, Clinton, secretary; and Howard Adler, Sharpsville, treasurer. (Purdue Photo) Parents -Students .! To Meet Monday i-J , There will be a meeting on Monday at 7:30 p.m. in the High; School Cafeteria for all juniors : and their parents to discuss the . results of the Preliminary Schb-j lastic Aptitude Test. The school would encourage all students who, are planning to enroll at some institution of higher learning and their parents to attend this meet-; ing. [ J i The results of the PS AT tests will be Teturned to the students at this time. We will try to make the results of the test meaningful to you by discussing how they are established, what purpose thjey sewe your child, and how the school will use them. j School officials requested parents to use this time to pose questions you might have concerning institutions of higher learning and what need be done in the coming year. The school! feels that as interested parents! you will want to attend.] Circuit Court Elaine" Long of Tipton vjras granted an absolute divorce from Max Long and her maiden name of Elston was restored by order of Tipton. Circuit Court Juige Fredrick K. Surber Jan. 18,19J7li The divorce suit was initiated Oct., 1970. The couple was ma^r ied in Sept. 1969. Bishop Award— Guy Jackson, Warren, left, receives the Ralph and Dora Bishop award from them for Boar of the Year at the Indiana Livestock Breeders Association banquet at Purdue Prophet, a purebrjed Duroc. (Purdue Photo) AcadJemy Student Named Tomorrow's Homemaker St. Joseph Academy's 1971 Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow is Kathleen Bucci. Selected for her performance in a written knowledge and attitude examination administered to senior girls on December 1, Kathleen will receive a specially designed award from General Mills, sponsor of the annual education program. | Additionally, she is now eligible for state and national honors, including one of 102 college scholarships totaling. $110,000. Kathleen is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Bucci, 2534 South "E" St., Elwood. The national first-place winner — the 1971 Betty. Crocker All - American Homemakers of Tomorrowwill receive a $5,- 000educational grant. She will be chosen this springfrom 51 Homemakers of Tomorrow representing each state arid jthe District of Columbia at the close of an expense - paid educational tour .of Washington, D.C .J and Colonial Williamsburg, Va. Each of the state winners will be accompanied on this tour by a school advisor. Second-, third-and fourth place national winners will be awarded $4,000, $3,000 and $2,000 scholarships; I the other State Homemakers of Tomorrow will receive $1,500 grants. State judging centers on scores of school winners in the Dec. 1 test, with personal observation and interviews during the tour added factor in national selections. . Second-ranking Homemakers of Tomorrow in each state receive $500 educational grants. .The school of every (Continued on page six) Council Approves $80,000 Requests The seven members of the Tipton County Council met In session Saturday in the Tipton County Courthouse, with the meeting opening at 9 a.m. by Tipton County Sheriff Richard Ziegler. _ The purpose of the meeting was to consider requests by the County Highway for.additional appropriations and allocations. Councilman John Barrum presided at the session and present were Councilmen Donald Gossard, Arthur Barri Fern Tyner, Dick Michel, Paul Duncan and Guy Crouch. Also presented wer^e the 'three county commissioners, Walter Schulenburg, Roy Watson and Edgar Weismiller. County Engineer Ear! Hemmeger and County Auditor Harold Allen also attended as interested county officials. Two motions for additional appropriations for County Road Project 1-71 on 200W from 300N to 400N in the amount of. $30,000 and $25,000 from two funds were unanimously approved. Another allocation was unanimously approved and, that was for $25,000 from Accumulative Bridge Funds to Small Bridges. Indochina Cdnflict Military Brass Increase U.S. Involvement in Vietnam Makes Decision to By BARNEY 5EIBERT SAIGON (UPI)-U.S. involvement in Indochina^suddenly has begun to escalat£again despite President Nixon's, decision to let America's A sia^ allies fight their own wars. In quick succession, the American military establishment here has starte*^Jing AH1 Cobra gunships,.F4 Pian- toms an B52 Strategic bombers in support of South Vietnamese operations on Cambodia's Highway 4, put helicopter-carrying ships off the coast of Cambodia, and started a daily airlift of arms and ammunition to the Cambodian capital of Phnom Penh. It has accepted for consideration a Saigon request that it pay for the salaries and per [em allowancesj of South Vietnamese troops fighting on Cambodian soil and it has agreed to pay 100 per cent of the direct military costs of the Derations. • . Visit By Brass The escalation apparently was decided upon after two top military officers and a high- ranking Pentagon aide visited Phnom. Penh earlier this ninth. They apparently accepted the military view that American diplomats were wrong about ' the relative Chrysler - IJAW Reaches (Tentative Agreement Today Car Blaze Today at 6 a.m. , Jack drove his 1969 auto to the fire station to have a fire tinguished in the back of the seat of his car. Cause of the fire was a cigarette, according to Tip ton firemen. Farm Bureau Appoints Mock Tipton ex- front! DETROIT (UPI) - Chrysler' • . Corp. and the United Auto Workers reached tentative' agreement today on a new three-year contract to avert a scheduled strike by 120,00.0 workers, it was learned. A. formal, announcement was expected shortly. Details of the new agreement were not immediately available, but it was understood it generally followed contracts reached by the UAW with I General Motors Corp. and Ford \ Motor Co. late last year. Before the tentative settlements, some 3,400 workers at | the Warren, Mich., truck plant' jumped the gun and left their jobs less than two hours before the i 10 a.m. EST strike deadline. The : agreement was reached after a weekend of intensive bargaining and a final negotiating session which began at 10 Tipton Ranks 78th In Final Census Count According to the 1970 U.S.Cen- su^ final count Tipton ranks 78th in the state with the population of 16,650 while in 1960 Tipton ranked 77th. Marion county ranked first with the population of 792,299, and the lowest figures showedOhio County 92th with population of 4,289. a.m.* Monday and ' continued through-the night. . Chrysler is the only one of the "big three" ' automakers where ; "some salaried employes are represented by the UAW. The- UAW has insisted that the initial wage boost must be retroactive to Nov. 2, the same date ajgre.ed to when Ford ',. Tipton Commandery No. 52, knights - Templar, has scheduled a fimily night Thursday evening, January. 21 at the Tipton Masonic Temple. The event for members,. their families,. Master Masons and friends will begin at |7:30 o'clock featuring the showing of films and slides taken by|M. Curtis Kennedy of Tip- ; ton, during the 51st Triennial. Conclave of the Grand Encampment of Knights Templar of the United! States of America held at Denver, Colorado. The 51st Triennial [Conclave of the 154-year old sovereign body held at Denver was attended by several members arid their ladies from this area. * . i . •!••" •• •. Following. the showing of the films, a'social-hour will be enjoyed |and refreshments served to those .attending. Motor Co. signed a new pact with- the union last month. Chrysler has proposed .that the increases become effective on the first pay period following ratification of a new contract. Chrysler also has resisted the union' demartd that the company (Continued on page six) • to Show Films The quarterly meeting of Group 5 of the York Rite Association of Indiana will be held Monday evening January'25 at Tipton. Members and their ladies will assemble at the Tipton Bowl-O-Drome Restaurant and Cafeteria for supper, at 7 o'clock." Following the dinner, the group will convene at the Tipton Masonic Temple for thejbusiness session of the Association. Maurice E. Ewing of Elwood, Commander of Tipton Comman­ dery No. 52, Knights Templar, also announces that the regular stated meeting of the Comman­ dery will be held Monday evening. February 1 beginning at 7:30 o'clock at the Tfpton Masonic Temple. All officers and members are urged to attend. Refreshments will be served following the meeting. .-' Committees for the near year] were appointed at the January! Farm Bureau board meeting by- County Chairman, Ned Kemper who was in charge of the meeting. Devotions were presented and secretary Mrs. Edith Johnson read minutes of the previous meeting. Appointed to a three year term as a trustee was Alan Sottong. The 1970 budget appropriated^ by a committee of Ned Kemper] Max Crouch and Mrs. Paul Larson was read, explained to toard members by Ned Kemper aid approved. ' j ! ' Committee chairman appointed were: 4-H fair, Alan Sol tong; Commodity, Livestock, *alph Kauffman; Local Affairs, Mrs. Margaret Hinkle; Policy development. Max Crouch;- publicity; Mrs. Albert McCord; Health; Mrs. Max Crouch and Young Farmers, Alan Sottong. .A pancake breakfast is being planned with Max Crouch inchar- ge on February 8th from 5 to 10 a.m. at the 4-H and Community Building. All Farm Bureau mem- HOLIDAY DATES LISTED Tipton County Commissioners Monday named 11 holiday dates for 1971 for county employees as follows: New Years Day, Jan. 1, 1971; Good Friday, April 9; Primary Election, May 4; Memorial Day, Monday, May 24; Independence Day, Monday, 1 July 5; Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 6; Columbus Day, Monday, Oct. 11; General Election, Nov. 2; Veteran's Day, Oct.-25; Thanksgiving , Nov. 25; Christinas, Dec; 25. The aforementioned dates are Indiana State approved and the courthouse will be closed on these dates. Too, Lincoln's Birthday on Feb. 12 and Washington's Birthday on Feb. 15 will be observed, but the. Tipton County Courthouse will not close for! them. j ! bers will be served pancakes and sausages free by showing their 1971 membership cards. Memberships may be paid at the Farm Bureau Insurance office or at the breakfast. Membership drive closes on February 26 with a membership meeting at the Marot Temple, Indianapolis. Tipton County Farm Bureau women are makmgplans to attend the annual Womens Conference on February 16 and 17 at the Murat Temple, Indianapolis. Women interested in attending who need transportation can contact County Womens Leader, Mrs. Paul Larson or .Mrs. Max Crouch. . Miss Ruth'wimer, guest at the meeting urged all board members to attend the. Third House meeting Saturday at 8 a.m. at the Bowl-O-Drome. She also an-, nounced Township meetings are being planned with Drug Abuse and Pollution to be discussed. The next meeting will be Feb- . ruary 15 at the Farm Bureau Insurance office at 7:30 p.m. Register TO VOte -^Jeff Zaloudek, 19 year-old Tipton native, Tipton High School graduate and now a Purdue University Sophomore signing a-voting registration form in the Tipton County Clerk's Office making-him eligible to vote in national elections as .ordered by federal decree. All 18 year-and-over United States citizens may now register to vote. in the 1972 elections with their respective agencies. In the case of Indiana, 18, 19 and 20 year olds, the County Clerk's Office is the'site for the applications. Tipton County Clerk's Office spokesmen said six or seven under 21 years old had now registered at the local office. This registration may be made during regular Clerk's Office, dates, Monday through Saturday at the regular office hours; j (Staff Photo by Eldon Cage) strengths of the Cambodian army and the Communists, and thus about the relative chances for survival of the Lon Nol regime. ° Throughout the autumn, and early winter, while news accounts detailed the slow deterioration of the Cambodian army, the U.S. embassies in Saigon and" Phnom Penh (Continued on page six) IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE Classified ads do pay. Wm. E. Baker says they {aid off on this ad: • : - n ! FOR SALE — Nice one-owner 1966 Ford, LTD. 4dr.HX Phone 292-2383. I M Senior Citizen Active at 98 That old time worn expression fiv,e generation photo as he has great-grandchildren. He wears "You can't hardly get that kind many grandchildren, great eye glasses only when he reads anymore/'holds true for twofac- , grandchildren !and a few great- and moves about excellently, tors in this photo. First you can hardly get a nice 98 year-old gentleman like Sam Dickover, of Tipton County to pose in a barber chair getting a "boughten" shave. Secondly : Sam Dickover is the only person who can get a "boughten" shave in the Bill Compton Barber Shop or as far as we know any other Tipton Barber Shop; David Hartley is shaving Mr. Dickover and "Barber Bill" Compton is giving a haircut to a. customer in the adjacent chair. Sam Dickover made arrangements with the Tolle Barber Shop, before it became the Compton Barber Shop, 18 years ago when Mr. Dickover; was 80 years old to be shaved once a week in the) shop chair. . A 78 year-old son, Ceril Dickover drives Sam Dickover in to Tipton each Saturday morning for the shave. i Mr. Dickover was born Oct. 17, 1872 in Hamilton County, was a farmer, logger and brick hauler most of his early life. He and Mrs. Dickover were the parents: of eight children, seven still living, he is a 50 year-member of the Masonic Lodge and was-a member of the Macabee Lodge. Two years ago he had his. picture taken with relatives in a

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