The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on January 25, 1971 · Page 1
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ARCHIVES .A33I3TA I.:JIA::A STAT^ LI i :r3iA ;:AroLis,'iri VOLUME 1, NO.' 20' THE TIPTON (INDIANA) TRIBUNE MONDAY, JANUARY 25, 1971 ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS MATTER OCTOBER 4, 1895. AT POST OFFICE IN TIPTON. INDIANA 10^ PER COPY 45£ PER WEEK SECOND CLASS POSTAGE AT TIPTON, INDIANA 46072 Several Attend "Third House" 1 •/^5V--fi ir ' -1 ' * • -L ."'S By Margaret HinkW Staff Reporter Approximately 30 persons attended the first session of the Tipton County Chamber of Commerce sponsored Third House which met at the Bowl-O-Drome. Saturday morning with Joint Representative Harry V. Foreman and Senator Morton Stanley present. Dick Renier acting as host to the meeting introduced each of the Legislators. .Rep. Foreman and Sen. Stanley each gave'a- brief family history and stated they were reared in the farming community of.Tipton County. " Senator Stanley stated they now have a committee' council which pre-files the bills before the Le- 'gilsature meets for sessions. Senator Stanley serves onthefol- „, lowing committee: Organizations of .Courts and Crime Code; the County and. Townships; Insur- I ance and Corporations; and Mi~ litary Affairs and Memorials. " Rep. Foreman reported he is a committee member of: "Agricultural, . Counties, Natural Resources and Conservation; and Military Affairs. •The last dates for filing bills is the last of April to" the first of March. They will be in session Public Invited to Mental Health Center Discussion • Jack Simmons, Tipton County Mental Health Association chair-' man; announced that the public is invited to attend a special discussion meeting Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the High School cafeteria. Dr. John Bowman, director of the Comprehensive Mental Health ^ C^uler,. and Geor&e oaujaJc, Administrator of the.Howard Community Hospital, ; will be guest' speakers at the meeting. A new wing on the Howard Community. Hospital is nearing completion. This new wing will be the Comprehensive Mental Health Center, designed to service Howard, Clinton and Tipton Counties. At the present.time the Kokomo' Guidance Clinic has been taking care of the mental health need in this area. Tipton : County has been participating in this, program for some time. When the Comprehensive Center is completed the Guidance Clinic will no longer be used. Tipton County has a choice as to whether or not to participate in the Comprehensive Mental Health Center. The guest speakers will ex- (Cohtinued on page six) for 61 days. There will be no executive meetings, and all committee meetings are open. The public can know when these bills are going before a committee as .they are posted early in the morning as to what day they will be held. You may reach your Representatives by calling these numbers: For Rep. Harry Foreman, phone 634-2100 and for Senator Stanley call 634-4700 or •write them at House of Repre- senatives, Indianapolis. The key issues of this session are property tax andre-district- Senator Stanley stated the time bill is an emotional problem, and it is now just a matter of the peoples likes and dislikes. . (Continued on page six); Kokomo I.U. Lists Dates The registration schedule for. spring semester credit courses at Indiana University at Kokomo has been announced by Ray Ecr hols, assistant dean for student affairs. - • j ~ ; .Freshmen enrolling for 12 or more credit hours (a full-time student) will be the first to sign up during the three-day registration, Feb. 3 -5. They may register at the following times assigned alphabetically by last name: Feb; 3 — 9 to 9:25 a.m., P, Q, R, W; 9:25 a.m. to 9:50* a.m., S, T, U, V, X, Y, Z; 9:50.a.m:to 10:15 a.m., A, D, E, F, G; 10:15 to 10:40 a.m., B; Cj 10:40 to 11:05 a.m., H, I, J, K;; 11:05 to 11:30 a.m., , L. M. |N. O. Upper division full-time stu-- .^ent ^vill 2l ?o register on F©b. 3. Their; schedule is as follows: 1 to 1:25p.m., P, Q, R, W; 1:25 to 1:50 p.m., S, T, U, V, X, Y, Z; 1:50 to 2:15 p.m., A, D. E, F, G; 2:15 to 2:40 p.m., B, C; 2:40 to 3:05 p.m., H, I, J, K; 3:05 to 3:30 p.m., L..M. N. O. Part-time students who have been formally admitted] to IUK will enroll from 1 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. on Feb. 4. Registration is set for Feb^ 5 for special, transient, and continuing education students. The times are 1 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Persons registering for graduate educa-^ tion courses only may sign up during any of the above registration periods.«v ! -!- : New students are required to attend an orientation session at 7 p.m. Feb. 1 to outline their college programs. Death Lurks In Shadows As Highway Toll Nears Worst January Record Sworn In-- Congressman Elwood H. "Bud" Hillis (left) of Kokomo is sworn in as Member of the 92nd session of the United States House of Representatives by Carl Albert of Oklahoma (center), Speaker of the House. Also pictured is House Majority Leader Hale Boggs of Louisiana (right). Curriculum Guide To Draft Sent To School Officials Set out below, according to Wayne E. Rhodes, State Director of. the Indiana Selective Service. System; is information concerning a Curriculum Guide to the Draft, being .forwarded to school officials. Selective Service System said today that sixty .percent of the country's high school principals and school district superintendents have asked to examine a new high school curriculum just released by that agency which explains the hows and whys of the draft. The mailing of some 23,000 copies of the 85 page "Curriculum Guide to the Draft" began today to high school administrators. Selective Service had offered the curricular material at no cost to the school systems in hopes that they would initiate courses on the draft. Selective Service's Public Information Officer, Kenneth J. Coffey said that the 23,000 requests for the instructional unit were in response to letters sent in mid November to all secondary school administrators nationwide. "The response has exceeded all our expectations," Coffey said. "I am confident," he added, "that Curriculum Guide to the Draft" can begin to give young people the kind of straightforward facts they need to better (Continued on page six) LOCAL NEWS BRIEFS Watson, Brown Will Present Form Program Steve Brown, corporate farmer of the Farmersburg area, and attorney Joe Watson will present the first program of thj Farm Management classes offered by the High School Agricultural Department. The discussion of "Farm Corporations" will be held at the High School Ag Room Wednesday 27 of January at 7 p.' m. Brown has been in the corp. farm* business for some years and his practical knowledge will lead to an interesting discussion. Watson, has the legal background of this type of farms and will be able to interpret the laws and explain the loop holes. It proves to be a very interesting evening. For additional information call Stephen Craig 675-4567.. trie Bridge Named Honorary Fireman Irle Bridge, Tipton Businessman, was presented with an honorary membership badge to the Tipton Fire Department and Police Department Thursday even-, ing at an evening dinner. Spokesmen for the firemen said the award was in the form of a money clip for services Bridge rendered in the firemen's and police-, men's wage negotiations. City Arrest Tipton police arrested one over the weekend which was Alan K. Harrell, 19, 416 Park Road, for violation the Anti-Noise Ordinance. Sherril Apple, 75, Atlanta, was confined to jail for vagrancy. Students Resume !.. Classes Toddy | Approximately 2800 Tipton Community School students resumed classes in the public buildings for the second semester of the Corporation's school year. Monday morning. Another 400 parochial school students also began the second semester at St. Joseph's Academy j St. John's Grade School and at the Lutheran Elementary School.. The Tipton School system is scheduled for 180 school days with 90 days for each semester. However, the first semester has two bonus days for students, being the two days of Teachers Convention. Each grading period is 30 school days or six weeks overr all. Tipton's school year terminates the first week in June, and Summer School begins. The Northern Community- School Corporation completed its first semester January 15 and began the second semester Monday. January 18. The Northern system has over 400 high school, students and over 1000 grade school pupilsforato- tal enrollment of near 1450. The school year for the Northern system ends the last of May. Democrat Meeting Saturday Night Bruce E.Cardwell,'chairman of the Tipton County Democrat Party, announced that a Central Committee meeting will be held Saturday 7:30 p.m. at the Bowl- O-Drome Restaurant in Tipton. The meeting will be an organization meeting for the upcoming city election. The City Committee will be formed at this time. All interested persons are welcome. By United Press International 'Indiana was just a short step ,away today from chalking up the worst January traffic fatality in history, partly due to, 34 deaths in the last four days including 11 during the weekend. ". The weekend fatalities raised the 1 1971—and January—toll to at least 120 compared with 62 a year ago. The worst January toll' ever, since statistics first were kept in 1928, was 126 in 1966.! With seven more days this . month, including another full weekend, it seemed most unlikely i the state could" escape going well past that figure. Already this month, 47, or more than half, of Indiana's 92 counties have recorded at least one fatality each. David Beck, 19, Dayton, Ohia, a student at the University of Notre; Dame, died today in a South Bend hospital from injuries suffered early Sunday when he fell from the trunk of a moving car in front of his apartment near the campus. Authorities said Beck ran across the yard toward a car being- driven by Dennis P. Falls, 19, Oaklawn, 111., leaped on the trunk lid and then fell off into the street. Carl H. Batchelor, 49, Brazil, was 'killed Sunday when he lost control of his car and it hit a treet in Brazil. David A. Pinnick, 13, Portage .newsboy, was killed in the predawn hours Sunday when struck by a hit-run car as he delivered newspapers in Eortage. He was a. carrier for the Gary Post- Tribune. Larry Young, 17, EvansviUe, was: fatally injured Saturday when struck by a car while walking with a companion KdkomoCenterTwp. : Accepting Bids For School Bus Routes The Kokomo - Center Township Consolidated School Corporation Board of School Trustees has announced that negotiations will start for the issuance of twenty (20) new bus-driver contracts. These contracts are to coyer four (4) school years starting in the Fall ."of 1971. Proposals will be received at 10 a.m., EST, on February 8, 1971 in the Board Room of the Administration Building at 100 West: Lincoln Road in Kokomo, Indiana. Specifications describing the bus routes to be driven, equipment required and driver qualifications are on file at the office of the Superintendent of Schools at the same address. At the present time eighteen busses and drivers are under contract with the school system and it is hoped that a total of twenty (20) can be secured for the succeeding four year eriod. alongjj a Vanderburgh County road a mile north of Evansville before daylight. The driver of the car said Young was wear- . ing' • dark clothing and she did not see him. The second pedestrian was not hurt. Steve Gudeman, 15,.' . (Continued on page six) and Reports Break-in Intruders broke through the backdoor of Dr. H. L. Erickson's ! Windfall Medical Office early Saturday and damaged the cash register severely to gain only $2.90. Then the unwelcome guests pulled open drawers and doors and strung items about the office apparently looking for drugs, but only some non-drug medicines were missing, an investigation and thorough check by the Tiptou County Sheriff's office revealed. Enforcement officers are urging all persons, including doctors to keep perscriptions and.other drugs under security at all times. •' Damage to the Dr. Erickson's office could be a few hundred dollars!, considering lost and damaged papers. , •• Mrs. Eugene Ritz Attends District Seoul Meeting Mrs. Eugene Ritz and her daughter Kimberly, 209 Coliim- biajj Ave.,- attended the Kick-off luncheon for the upcoming Girl Scqut Cookie Sale last week in Anderson. Mrs. Ritz is the Tip- tonjlcounty Cookie Chairman and will be in charge of the local Girl Scout cookie sales which is scheduled for March 5 through 19th. Bigger boxes and bigger sales: thlk is what the Salerno-Megnwen .Biscuit Company is predicting this year for the Wapehani Girl Scout Council Cookie Sale. Trjoops in Grant County, Blackford County and in Pendleton are taking orders during January; other troops, in the eight-county Cojuncil area will have a direct sate in March. ... The Kick Off Luncheon was held last week at the San Francisco Restaurant, Anderson, whpre James Murphy, cookie representative of the Salerno company, explained that the family size box is double the size of ! junior high Jftather djoud type - Stratus, overcast Present temperature - 35 Maximum temperature - 34 Minimum temperature - 28 W^ind Direction ? South V/ind Velocity - 2 mpn* . Relative Humidity - 93% precipitation - trace rain Barometer Reading - 29.94 | steady [Forecast - Chance of rain or snow & cloudy. last, year's cookie box sold by the Council, The five varieties of cookies will be: assorted sandwich, butter flavored vanilla, cookie mints', fudge patties and peanut butter round-ups. Mrs. Paul Ramsey of Muncie Cookie Sale general chairman, said Wednesday that the goal for the 1971 Council-wide Sale is for each Wapehani Girl Scout to sell 36 boxes per girl (6 cases). Each troop will receive an honor award that averages 36 boxes per girl. 'Money is needed to build and maintain the camp properties of the Council, Mrs. Ramsey said. United Fund money supports the operating budget of the Council, but camps are supported through the Cookie Sale profit. - Mrs. Ramsey explained the : cookie pricing as follows: 10% is profit to the troop to spend as they choose...camping trips, service prbjects, etc.; 44% is spent on the -girls to provide . camping sites within the Council area, to build and maintain the camp properties acquired through Cookie profit; 46% is paid the Cookie company for the cookies, .the materials, selling aids and delivery. Club Members Invited To State Legislature Sixteen Extension Homemaker club members are invited to attend the State Legislature sessions Wednesday, January 27. This is a follow up of the Citizenship School the ladies attended in Lebanon. Hey! Look me over, I'm Patty Herniak's Trilobiteeniarged 10 times in its plastic home, belongs ; to Patricia Hernlak, of Tipton, wno with her mother, Mrs. Muriel Clarksoh have collected hundreds of Trllobites in Indiana, about 50 of the specimens are perfect. The two have collected hundreds of other fossils as a hobby. Trilobites were fossils, living millions of years ago in the Paleozoic period and became extinct in the Permium Age.. Mostof them were an inch or two long and some grew to as much as two feet long. They were usually of a flattened oval form with longitudinal lobes, presenting three transverse body regions, head, thorax and pygidium. (Photo by Joe 0'Banion..Story by Eldon Caee) Trlloblte Pictured.above is the side view of atrilobite which is a part of the collection belonging to Patty Herniak's collection. To the left is a top view of the same trUobite. (Photo by Joe O'Banion) . ..' .-. Drainage Board Off ice-- Donald Lord (center), secretary of Tipton County Drainage Board, takes time to explain the operation of the Tipton County Drainage Board to visiting secretary Gladys Ridder and Deputy Larry Clerget of the Tippecanoe County Drainage Board last wee ^ j . . (Staff Photo by Margaret Hinkle)

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