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Friday, January 22, 1971
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/. £ J > i. joi J - - ID I A'M A ? J LI 3,'. ID I A:;'A VOLUME 1, NO, 18 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) TRIBUNE FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1971 10£ PER COPY 45£ PES WEEK ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS MATTER OCTOBER 4, 1895, AT POST OFFICE IN TIPTON, INDIANA SECOND CLASS POSTAGE AT TIPTON, INDIANA 46072 Nash Appointed Chairman Of Hoosier Barrow Show The 1971 Hoosier Spring Barrow Showschedyle for the 'all on loot* classes will be shown Wednesday, February 10 at the Swine Barn at the Indiana State Fair grounds. Judging will start at 8:00 a.m. Eastern Standar Time and continue until r Grand Champions have been determined. " The presentation of carcaiss awards and announcement of Carcass Champions inboth the Single Barrow and Truckload divisions will be Saturday, February 13 at the awards banquet to be held at the Holiday Inn, Northwest, 174 West and 1-465 at 7 p.m. William G. Nash of SharpsviUe is chairman of the Hoosier Spring Barrow Show and Gene Shaver of Indianapolis is vice chair man for the Hoosier Swine Show. Co-Managers of the show are Ralph Bishop, Tipton County purebred hog breeder, and John Halstead, Indiana Pork Producers executive secretary. All entries must be postmarked not later than January 29. Hogs must be presented for weighing between 10a.m. and 8 Pork Festival Business Meeting " The First Annual Business meeting of the Tipton County Pork Festival will be held at the 4-H Building on February 1 at 7:30 p.m. for any one holding a membership in theTipton County Pork Festival Inc. Election of officers for the 1971 Tipton County Pork. Festival will be held. Jr. Leadership Meeting Monday Richard Blank, youth extension agent, announced that a Junior . Leadership meeting will be held Monday at 7:30 p.m. at 'the 4-H Building. Pat Cline, Editor of TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE, will' discuss county-wide youth problems, with Junior Leaders. Following a brief discussion, the leaders will be divided into small groups to analyze and give opinions on the discussion. At the close of the meeting, the leader's notes will be evaluated arid a program will be scheduled at a later date to discuss possible solutions. 'Telephone Repair are:, the Indiana Farm Burea, Inc. represented by Marion . Stackhouse; Indiana Farm Bu-. reau Cooperative Association represented by Joe Pattison; Indiana Meat Packers Association . represented by John Chaille; Indianapolis Stockyards - Richard Morgan; Indiana Pork Producers A Assn. represented by William G. Nash; Indiana State Fair represented by Donald Brown; Producers Marketing Association represented by Gene Shaver; and Purdue University represented by James Foster. Hogs in the contest will be (Continued on page six) p.m. Tuesday, February 9 at the Indiana State Fair .grounds. \ Judges for Champion and Grand Champion on Foot awards will be: Al Christian, Iowa.State University; M. D. Judge, Purdue Uni, versity; Harlin Richie, Michigan State University; Judges for Carcass Class awards will be M. D. Judge, Purdue University; James Kemp, University of Kentucky; John Romans, University of Illinois. The purpose of the Hoosier Spring Barrow Show is to improve the efficiency of quality pork production. Sponsors of the Barrow. Show School Board Meeting Board of Finance Members ~ . The Board of Education of Tipton Community Schools organized a Board of Finance with the following named office holders: Robert D. Cox, president; Mark McKinney, secretary and Mrs. Annamae Enneking,' treasurer. The organization occurred at the regular School Board meeting this week. Claims number. 970 to 1022 in the amount of $83,780.12 were approved by the Board. Payroll claims were also approved as submitted. Mrs. Jurney, Junior High Guidance and Mrs. Garcia, Jefferson Elementary' Guidance requested permission to attend the atnual State Convention to be held in PROPERTY ""^ ~~ " DAMAGE City Police investigated the following accident Thursday at 1 p.m.: Melba J. Stahl, 38, 128 Diehl' St., driving a..1,961 car north on Diehl St and failed to see Lester E. Schwear, 50, route 1, Windfall, driving a 1968 truck on Jefferson, hit the Schwear truck in the left^ side. ' ; ' Fort Wayne, February 12 and: 13 and also a Workshop for (Continued on page six) Arcadia To Have New Post Office The .U.S. Postal' Service is seeking competitive bids to build and lease the new main post office at Arcadia, Indiana (Hamilton County), Postmaster General Winton M. Blount announced yesterday. Competitive bidding encourages the most attractive and economical offer to the Government, Mr. Blount noted. This will help the Service to improve postal service while keepingexpendi- tures low, he added; Under the lease construction -program, the site located at 104 North Washington Street will be assigned to the successful bidder who will control the property, construct the building to the Postal Service specifications and lease it to the Postal Service for a basic period of 10 years and options of 20 years. The (Continued on page six) Windfall Promised Improved Service A more efficient method of reporting and handling repair service for customers in the Pendleton, Westfield, Arcadia, Cicero, WindfaU, Frankton, Orestes, Perkinsville, Mechanicsburg, and Shirley exchanges was inaugurated with the delivery of January, 1971, telephone directories. . The new procedure, announced by R.E. Ditslear, Pendleton dis-. trict commercial manager, provides for subscribers in these exchanges to dial "0" and ask for Enterprise 8877 when requesting repair service. This ' Enterprise number connects the subscriber directly: to General Telephone's repair ; center for prompt dispatching of repairmen in radio equipped vehicles. Ditslear emphasized there is no charge to the subscriber for these calls to Enterprise 8877. The commercial manager said this new reporting and handling procedure will enable General Telephone to provide jnore efficient and prompt clearing of telephone trouble. General Telephone hasjplisted full information on the new reporting procedure in its new 1971 directories. Super Bill-- State Representative Henry V. Foreman of Kokomo compares the new Indiana , Code Of 1971 (Super-bill) to the stack of volumes behind it, representing all existing Indiana law passed since 1652. The Super-bill called for a recodification of these laws by title; elimination \ of outdated, temporary laws, and consolidation of duplicate, overlapping and amended laws. On • Tuesday (Jan. 19) both the House and Senate unanimously approved Super-bill, It does not change any existing laws. The new 9-volume code has three cross-indexes to enable one to find any statute quickly. An electronic retrieval system will now be set up in the Capitol for use by lawmakers. Among other things this will enable a legislator to locate any obsolete law and deal with It separately. Receives AppPintmen ^-Steven Craig Butler was recently appointed as First Alternate to U.S. Naval Academy and Second Alternate to West Point. The appointment was made by Congressman Roudebiish. Steven has a brother who is now attending the Air Force Academy. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Butler, route 2, Sharpsville and a senior at Tri-Central High School; His grade point average is 3.516. He is a member of National Honor Society, President of French Club and lias participated in baseball, basketball; track and cross-country. Steven won-major letters in all the participating sports. He is presently on the varsity basketball team.. \| Representative Seeks County Voters Opinions • StatevEeprbseniitiva. Har-jf-V. Foreman forwarded a questionnaire to various news, media in the Tipton-Howard County district seeking opinions from the^electorate. The questionnaire is being re-printed for pur readers who are asked to answer it, send it to the Tipton Tribune and it will be compiled with opinions furnished to Rep. Foreman. Send your completed questionnaires to The Tipton Tribune, 221 E. Jefferson St., Tipton, Indiana, 46072. 1. Do you favor a restructuring of the tax structure for the support of education to.give property tax relief? YES NO If yes, do you favor increasing: . Sales tax . Adjusted gross income tax . Corporate net income tax * . , Cigarette tax / . Liquor tax / A combination of sales, adjusted gross income and corporate net taxes . '. ' 2. Do you feel that local controls should be placed upon spending of money for education -in order to effect property tax relief? ....' .YES NO ^ 3. Do you favor State aid to parochial schools? YES NO 4. Do you" feel thaf abortion laws in Indiana should be liberalized? . YES NO 5. . Do you favor Eastern Standard Time year round (this:" would be to override the Governor's veto)? . YES •= NO 6.. Dp you feel that 18 year olds shouldbe given the right to; vote in State elections (they now have the right to vbteJn Federal elections)? . YES- NO 7. Do you feel that legislation should be enacted to mak# the office of Superintendent of Public Instruction appointive rather than elective? YES NO 8. Do you feel that there should be a Board of Regents which would have control 6f all State universities and colleges? YES NO 9. Do you : favor a State primary for all State elective offices? YES NO , 10. Do you feel that the Governor should be allowed to succeed himself. in office? YES NO 11. Do you feel that there should be stiffer penalties placed upon persons who pollute the air and water? YES NO 12. Do you favor an increase in the minimum teacher's salary? YES' NO Nixon Applauds Nation's Farmers President Nixon recently praised American farmers for pro^ viding this country's people the best food in the world at a'lower percentage of family income than is provided for any other country in the world. For this, he said, •the Nation owes American agriculture a very great debt. He cited the fact that the area of the American economy that has had the greatest growth in productivity is American agriculture and said this has not been adequately reflected in agricultural income. This report on the President singling out America:- agriculture for high praise was supplied by J. D. Thompson, Chairman of the Indiana Agricultural Stabili­ zation and Conservation (ASC) Committee. • Mr. Thompson said "I believe not only farmers but others as well will be particularly interested in these comments by the President. We who help administer farm programs for the U.-S. Department of Agriculture have often reminded our urban friends that Americans are the best fed people in the world 'at the lowest real cost.because of the efficiency of American A- gritulture. It is heartening to have the President state this and other basic facts about agrlcul- ' ture." , In his remarks, President Nixon referred to the new Commls- , sion on Productivity, with a mem- (Continued on page six) Newsman In Bitter Dispute As Information Is Withheld SAIGON (UPI) —Newsmen covering the Indochina war are engaged in an increasingly bitter dispute with the U.S. command over. the release of information about the extebt of American involvement in mili-" tary ; operations in Cambodia and Laos. - . i i • • Newsmen here charge the • command has cut back the flow- of information previously avai­ lable; about actions in Vietnam itself. After days of controversy, the' U.S. ] command issued a statement Wednesday that "opera r tions out of the country (Vietnam) involve questions not only | - | of: the U.S. . forces' security, but also the broader requirements, of the national security of the. United States." fPolitical Considerations' A;high ranking officer, who Mrs. Floyd Collins Named Co. Heart Fund Chairman Appointment of,Mrs. Floyd Collins, 423 W. Washington. St., Tipton as chairman of the 1971 Heart Fund Campaign in Tipton County: was announced, day by Dr. Robert Chevalier, president of the Indiana Heart association. Mrs. Collins has been active in Kemp Methodist Church, . past President of Kappa, Kappa, Kappa, and has served with many charitable organizations. The Heart Fund Drive" will reach its high point during the last week in February when approximately 200 volunteers;inall residential areas will visit their neighbors to dliver educational information on the warning signs of heart attack and to receive Heart Fund contributions.. Sgt.Burke Receives Unit Honor Award : Sergeant Anthony T w Burke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles <• H. Burke, route 2 Sharpsville,. Ind./ is a member of the Eglin AFB, Fla., squadron thaf. has received the U. S. Air Force Outstanding Unit Award for, exemplary performance in operating" the Free World's first "space age*'radar system. * Sergeant Burke, an. aircraft control and warning systems repairman with the 20th Surveillance Squadron, will wear, a distinctive service ribbon to mark his affiliation with the unit. . Squadron personnel maintain and operate a gigantic 13-story radar' that performs the functions of many radars nearly simultaneously and is the first designed specifically for detecting: and tracking satellites and ballistic missiles. The 20th was Cited for distinguished service in installing, testing and subsequently operating the facility as part of the Aerospace Defense Command's frontline defense system. Sergeant Burke is a 1967 graduate of Sharpsville High School. "Disease of the Heart. and circulation, accounting for sixty- six peij cent of all deaths in Tip- 1 ton County, constitutes our county's foremost health problems," Mrsi dollins said. * could not speak officially by name,, said, "It means the rules for the release of information on out-of-the-country operations include both military and political considerations." The dispute became acrimonious about 10 days ago, when reporters began using the usually placid "five o'clock follies'' briefing for sharp questioning about the role of U.S. planes and helicopters in Cambodia and Laos. Briefers denied U.S. helicopters were Involved in direct support of Cambodian, South- Vietnamese or Laotian troops although photographs showed Huey Cobra helicopters performing the role. Pictures, Briefings Conflict They also denied any U.S. advisers were on the ground in Cambodia, but pictures have showed Americans in military uniforms there. Tri-Central Lists Semester Honor Roll The semester honor roll for Tri-Central High School for the .first semester of 1970-71 is as follows: ' Seniors: Jan Bohlander, Joyce Cox, Stanley Hanesworth, Kathy Legg.JFran Lewis, David Savage, "Max Simpson, Rita Zauss, John Sears^ and Yonda Upchurch. ' Juniors: Carey Clouser, Lin- daCombs, Connie Franklin,John Frazee, Kathy Funkhouser, Julia Heater, Terry Lykins; Teri Mason; Dale Melton, Jeff Modisett, Debbie Rogers, Justin Shuck, Cathy JJrroup and Dick Warren. Sophomoresr Donald Davis, Elizabeth Frazee, Carol Grim me, Amy Harlow, Jeff Harlow, Janet Hanesworth, Elaine Higgins, Teresa Honchell,. Susan McCombs, Joni Martin, Velda Mille^, JJanette Moeiler, Nancy Off, Martha Renie, Melody Ro- mackj and Cathy'Schroll. " Freshmen:' Carol Bettge, Diane Brewer, Connie Brumfiel, John Calaway, Oarla Cannon, • Bryan DeWitt, Krista Flick, Dan Giesicke, Dennis Graves, Jim Harding, Brian' Harlow, Lana Heater, Kenny Helms, Sandy Hur- lock.l Ken-Joyner, Dottie Keoppell, jjari Schroll, Doug Stroup. The Honor Rolf for the third six weeks at Tri-Central High Schoo? is'as follows: • Seniors: Jan Bohlander, Joyce Cox, Istanley Hanesworth, Kathy Leggj Fran Lewis, Randy Sals- bery,j David Savage,.Max Simpson and Rita Zauss. Juniors: Carey Clouser, Linda Combs, John Frazee, Kathy Funkhouser, Julia Heater, Terry Lykins, Teri Mason, Dale Melton,' Jeff Modisett, Justin Shuck, Cathy Stroup and Dick Warren. Sophomores: Donald Davis, Elizabeth Frazee, Amy Harlow, Jeff Harlow, Janet Hanesworth, Elaine Higgins, Teresa Honchell, Susan McCombs, Joni Martin, Nancy Off, Martha Renie, Beth Russell and Cathy SefefQll. Freshmen: Caym Bettge, Diane Brewer, Connie Brumiiel, John Calaway, Karla Cannon, Bryan DeWitt, Krista Flick, Dan " Giesecke, Dennis Graves, Jim Harding, Brian Harlow, Lana Heater, Kenny Helms, Sandy Hur- look, Ken Joyner, Dottie Keoppell, Jan Schroll and DougStroup. WE WANT MORE LOCAL NEWS ... ---T«?1I Us Like It Is—. And Often! Hel Icopter Service -citizens National Bank of Tipton participates in experimental pickup of Electronic Data Processing (EDP) ttems'by Helicopter at Pioneer Heliport. Phil Smith, third from left,' Cashier of the Tipton Citizens National Bank delivering CNB security box to an Indiana Bank" Security Officer (with tie shoeing) Thursday 4:10 p.m. at the Pioneer Seed Corn Company "Heliport" on Ind. 28 at the west edge of Tipton. Flanking the two men with the security box are (left) James Powell, CNB, Assistant Chasier and (right) P. J. Schmith, CNB vice president. Helicopter Pilot can be seen in cockpit and the blades are whirling. On Nor. 7, 1970 the Tipton Citizens National Bank installed the latest and most modern method of bank bookkeeping in Central Indiana and shown above is the delivery of the CNB Electronic Data Processing (EDP) work to the helicopter personnel for 30 minute flight to the Indiana- National Bank, Heliport on top of their Indianapolis Bank Building Tower. The items from CNB then were placed in process by 4:40 p.m. and were then delivered back to Tipton Friday 8:30 a.m. for the CNB files and books. | . (Staff Photo by Eldori Cage)

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