The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on January 29, 1971 · Page 6
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Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, January 29, 1971
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Page 6 The Tipton Daily Tribune 221-223 E. Jefferson Street Tipton, Indiana 46072 Phone 675-2115 By carrier in city . 45? per week BY MAIL: Tipton and adjacent Counties; 1 year ..v.-, ....Si $11.00 6 months 6.50 '3 months . 3.50 Subscription PAID IN ADVANCE - No mail subscription accepted where carrier delivery is maintained. Member: UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL Entered as Second Class, Matter October 4,, 1895 at the Post Office in Tipton, Indiana, under-theAct of Congress of March 3, 1897. SECOND-CLASS POSTABE PAID IN TIPTON, IND. PUBLISHED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY lie C^loch Witfflke OriU By RD. Money HI TO ALL OF YOU! This is probably the most meaningful day of this (almost Medicare) fellow's life. It won't be long now .... and what we'll miss most will be the people we have met here in Tipton and the area since our arrival 22 years and a few months ago, in 1948. Today will be the last day on the job, we'll soon be leavinglor a warmer climate to offset some aching in the pedal extremities So - this will be the last column we will write. Some of you may breathe a sigh of relief at that... but whether you do or not, please believe that this fellow has tried, in his humble way, to do the best he could and 'finger out' the t truth, as he has seen it, on this same typewriter (we think).... since_the column's inception. / WE HAVE been fighting the battle against arthritis .... and now that we are retired from active duty, welire looking for some spot where the weather will bring real relief and help us feel good enough to keep working^ something in a new . area ... to keep from wasting away! Boy! That's a good one, considering the fact that we are a^little too ROTUND ... and need to 'shave off* a few pounds. ••/ SO - we wish to take thistimeto say-we have really enjoyed the friendships we have made, the many kids wehave met since 1948,. dads now - many of them ../. the other people of the community,' living in what we term the 'Garden Spot'of trie world, here in this area. = /'•'.• • • We HAVE WATCHED Tipton grow; watched the hospital grow . the new schools, the fine park, the new business enterprises, and above all - the new CONFIDENCE that seems to be growing in this community, which can only-'result inprogress. Just remember, without trying to steal a cliche, "Progress is any community's most important product". Secondly, let's try to spend more time with the youngsters of the area, they - one day will be the adults, and be carrying on the battle. • SO - we'll say - God bless you, every one, and our thanks to • the many-who have made living in this community a pleasure, it's been a great pleasure .... and may you give to Mr. Barnes and associates the same unselfish help we received during our stay here. We'll see many of you in the meantime... .so keep that Tribune coming ..... and as RED says .. ."GOD BLESS!" •' . ; -30- Nixon Proposes (Continued from page one) 000; Fall Creek, flood control, $115,000; Gary Harbor, Naviga- t i o n, $5,000; Lawrenceburg, flood control, $10,000, NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS AND BIDDERS Notice. Is hereby given that -the Ttpton " County Drainage Riard. will, on February. • 16. 1571/at 10:30a.m. in the Commissioners Room at Tipton County Court House receive sealed bios on proposals lor construction work to be performed on the UllsSmlth drain located la Cicero Township, Tipton County, Indiana. The plans and specifications covering the work to be performed on said drain are available for inspection in the office of the County Engineer of. Tipton County.". Bidders or contractors are re quired to submit their bids on forms as specified by the State Board of Accounts. AU bids roust be accompanied by a non-collusion'affidavit and certified check or bldbondin an amount equal to' 55 of the.amount bid. Toe Board reserves the right to reject any and aU bids.' January 27. 1971. TIPTON COUNTY DRAINAGE BOARD Donald F. Lord, Secretary C-Z4-30 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS AND BIDDERS . Notice Is hereby given that the Tipton County Drainage Board, will on February 16,1971 at • 10:30 ajn.,.ln toe Commissioners Room at Tipton County Court House receive sealedblds on proposals tor construction work to be performed on the Cooper-White drain located In Prairie Township, Tipton County, Indiana. The plans and specifications covering the work to be performed oo 'said drain are available for Inspection In the office of the County Engineer of Tipton County. Bidders or contractors are required to submit their bids'on forms as specified by' the State Board of Accounts. All bids must be accompanied by a non-collusion affidavit and certified check or bldbondin an amount equal to S% of the amount bid. - The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. January 27, 1971. TTPTON COUNTY DRAINAGE BOARD Donald F. Lord, Secretary . NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS AND BIDDERS Notice is hereby given that the Tipton County Drainage Board will, on February It, 1971 at 2:00 p.m. In the Commissioners Room at Tipton County Courthouse receive sealed bids on proposals for construction work to be per-' formed on Small Bridges located in Tipton County. Indiana. The plans and specifications covering the work to bedooe on these small bridges are available for Inspection in the office of the County Engineer of Tipton County. Bidders or contractors are required tosub- mtt their bids on forms as specified by the State Board of Accounts. All bids mustbe ac- ompanled by a non-coHusfon affidavit and certified check or bid bond in an amount equal to. lft* of the amount bid. 1 The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. January 27, 1971. = TIPTON COUNTY DRAINAGE BOARD Donald F. Lord, Secretary County Accident A two vehicle traffic accident Thursday 9 a.m. damaged the vehicle an estimated $650 but no one was injured according to Tipton County Sheriff Richard Ziegler. The sheriff reported that Sharon Kay Smith, 27, of Kokomo driving south on U.S. 31 and Sandra Kay Huff, 27, of Goldsmith heading east on Normanda Pike collided at the intersection there. .- LEGAl NOTICE OF PREHEARING CONFERENCE ' Public Service Commission of Indiana Docket No'.-3E558 Petition of Central Indiana Gas Company Inc. for the approval of certain new schedules of * rates for gas service and for the. approval of '. rules and regulations applicable thereto. Notice is hereby given that the Public Service Commission of Indiana will conduct a pre'. hearing conference' in this cause pursuant to Rule XVI of the Rules and Regulations concerning practice and procedure of the Public Service Commission of Indiana. Such prehearing conference shall be held In ' the Rooms of the Commission, 907 State Office: Building, Indianapolis,' Indiana, at 10:00 a.m., EST. on February 19, 1971. •'• William B. Power, Deputy Commissioner Indianapolis, Indiana, January 25,-1971. I-M ' C-23 ••'"•'.'• r NOTICE OF CLAIMS HIGHWAY DEPT. I The following Miscellaneous Claims will be considered by the Tipton County Commission- .ers at their regular meeting on Feb. 1,1971 at 9:00 a.m. 23.U Indiana Gas Co. Inc............. 115.17 The Tipton Utility Service Brd . .„ 59.21 SunOilCoD-XDIv.. 1.087.53 w. Hare I Son Inc.. 37,50 Johnson Chevrolet Co, Inc...." 21.41 Wabash Ford Truck Sales. 30.40 Indiana Wheel 1 Rim Co 57.76 Don Ross Motor Sales Inc.... 226.69 Gene Comngham Chev-Olds mc... .: 65.76 Prlng Implement Sales Kessler Auto Parts............. .99 Youngs Garage - 15.50 Tiptoo Automotive Supply Corp...,..™...^........,..^... 65.52 Mack Machine Co. Inc 178.63 Tipton County Farm Bureau Co-op . 123.97 Motor Fuel Tar Dlv. .. 19.84 Clifton Younce Tire Service.. 420.48 Myers Welding Supply Co. Inc 15.75 J. R. Ramsay Printing Co . 22.00 J. R. Ramsay PrinUng.Co..... ' 19.75 Motorola C *E Inc™ Warsaw Chemical Co. Inc^.. ' "57.20 Motorola C *E Inc™ Warsaw Chemical Co. Inc^.. 6.20 Richard E. Mitchell. 352.00 Unl-Chem Corp..-..™......... 190.57 Comptoo £ Son'lnc„............ 4.50 McGraws Supermarket 2.82 Tipton Lumber Co, toe......... 31.39 Pipe Creek Stone Co............ 370.43 Stony Creek Stone Co Inc— 354.72 Yeoman Stone 4< Sand Co.:..., 5,616.19- Yeoman Materials Co.......... 3,352.04 Mohr Construction Co Inc.-. 20.21 Hall signs be .... ' B3.70 Fred Goodier Gravel Co 1,522.98 Lester Scbwear ™. 825.00 Henderson Sales 38.40 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Oscar Hoover Dies Thursday Oscar E. Hoover, 81, route 2, Tipton, died at 10:45 a,m. Thursday at the Tipton County Memorial Hospital following a short illness. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at the West Street Christian Church with Rev. Warner Muir officiating. Burial will be at Fairview Cemetery. Friends may call,after 7 pyn. Friday at the Leatherman-Morris Funeral Home. The body will lie in state at the church one hour prior to services. The deceased was born in Tipton County May 14,-1889, the son of Jacob and Minnie (Kinder) Hoover. He was one of 13 children. He was married to, Edith Goings in 1910 of Tipton County who preceded him in death in 1916. He later married Bertha Johnson of Tipton County, on March 9.JL918, who survives. He was a meniber of West Street Christian Church and attended Tipton County schools. He was a farmer and raised Shetland ponies for many years. Surviving with the widow are the children, Carmel Hoover, Mrs. Phagan (Lloyd) Carmichael, Mrs. Imel (Dorothy) Miller, Gail Eugene Hoover, all of Tipton County; Mrs. Clifford (Esther) Humphries, Alexandria; Mrs..John R. (LaVien) Luttrell, Tipton County; Betty Joe Fecher, Goshen; ? Mrs. Bob (Gretchen) Fakes, Tipton County and Mrs. Robert (Sarah Ann) Weese of Missouri. Also surviving are five, sisters, Mrs. E.T. Shockey, Keystone; Mrs. F.E. Achenbach, Mrs. Raymond Thomas, and Mrs. Delbert Etchinson, all of Tipton County and Mrs. Wilbur Lucas of Kirklin." Other survivors are 49 grandchildren and, 13 great­ grandchildren. Father of Tipton Resident Succumbs Mrs. Robert (Sara) Naden, route 1, Atlanta, received word of her father's death yesterday. Charles Brown of Robinson, HI., died Thursday afternoon following a brief illness. Funeral services are pending at Buchanan Mortuary in Robinson, HI. The deceased was born September 21, 1897. He was affiliated with Second National Bank in Robinson and a member of United Methodist Church. Surviving;are the widow, Edith; one son, Rev; Preston Brown, pastor of Clarmont United Methodist Church in South Dakota and the daughter, Mrs.- Naden. Also surviving is a brother, Robert Brown, of Oblong, El. and his mother, Mrs. Sarah Brown of Robinson! Six grandchildren also survive. Former Tipton Resident Died Raymond Garner; 72, route 2, Russiaville, former Tipton County resident, died Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at Howard Community Hospital following a three week illness. Funeral services will be Sunday at 2 p.m. at Stout Funeral Home in Russiaville with Rev. Dwight Patterson officiate ing. Entombment will be at Sunset Memorial Gardens Mausoleum. Friends may call at Stout Funeral Home after 4 p.m. Saturday. The deceased was born in Tipton County December 31, 1898, son of Harless and Eva (Davis) * Rick Curniitt (Continued from page one) nice variety of fireworks. Last year the Merchantmen's Association sponsored the local fireworks program and do not desire to participate this year. Mr. Curnutt appointed a committee to study the request and make a report at the February meeting. Greg Caldwell was appointed chairman of the committee. He will be assisted by Phil Parsons and Irvan Banta. The next Board meeting will be February 18 at 8 p.m. at Tipton High School. Garner. He was married August 10,1918. to Gertrude Springer who survives. He was a-lineman and manager of Russiaville Telephone Company for several years, a music teacher," Kokomo Dispatcher and retired farmer. He was a member of Kokomo Old Fellows Lodge and attended Highland Park Church in Kokomo. Surviving with the widow, Eva, are two daughters, Mrs. Beryl Harlow, route 2, Russiaville and Mrs. Gene (Twannette) Katron of Indianapolis. Four grandchildren also survive. HELPERS CLUB Helpers Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Paul Egler, 315 Walnut Street on Monday at 1:30 DOUBLE DOZEN CLUB Double Dozen Extension Ho- makers Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Frank Bell, 808 Mill Street on Tuesday at 7:30, p.m. NOTICE-OF COUNCIL MEETING FEB. 6, 1971 BUSINESS OF THE DAY TRANSFER OF FUNDS • .•'••-•- ' SHERIFF: , . To transter $1500.00 from Acct. 102-G, Salary of Emergency Deputies, to 602-D, New Auto. COUNTY DRAINAGE BOARD: To transfer $800.00 from Co. Ilwy. Acct. 312; Metal Bridge Flooring to Acct. 310, Paint. AUDITOR: • : To transfer funds of $900.00 from 211 r A, Official Records, to Acct. 602-A, Furniture. Respectlfully, Harold B. Allen Auditor, Tipton Co. Harold B. Allen, Auditor Good Luck is MONEY IN THE BANK So for BETTER LUCK next time Sure - ( Tis no better luck you can have than the Shamrock! and S | start BETTER LUCK savin 9 «* Farmers Loan & Trust Co. no E. Jeff, st., Tipton, ind. "Your Friend.y Bank" * THS Releases (Continued from^page one) gdfes, Marsha Gaugler, Roy Hfad, Linda Lambert, Janet Riffe anpDawn Smith. ^Junior B Honor Roll are: David Dean, Sherry Egler, Becky Gipson, Karen Henderson, LisaHin- es, Camilla Hinshaw, Dennis Hobbs, Vickie Jones, Steve Koors, Greg Little, Lori Mattingly, Rita Miller, Cynthia Moel- . ler, Sindy Ogden, Michael Pottenger, Peter Ritz, Bonnie dodgers, Lou Ann Taylor, Jim Vawter, Susan Walker, Lynda Ziegler and Mary Ann Ziegler. Senior A Honor Roll: Susan Carpenter, Chris Cunningham, Lou Anne DeBethune, Julie Gunkel and Linda Ketherton. Senior B: Arzella Anderson, Fred Beihold, Jeannine Bruhk, *Farm Bureau (Continued from page one) they lived within their incomes and gave as an example the person who. made $100 per week and spent $90 for necessities and saved $10 to bank in comparison to the person who made $30,000 per year and spent $35,000 per year< to go into debt. The speaker told about his raising 15 children, who were not wanted by their parents and stated his rewards have been twofold with each of the youth. He said a full person could not accomplish without goals and urged all to set goals carefully. He related seeing mothers teach their children to hate police, teachers and others in authority by making statements "that, that dumb so and so doesn't know anything" in front of the youth, without clarification. He related that he was shedul- ed to be speaking at Kent State the week of the violence and riot there and said that the 700 youth, some students and some not who' rioted were breaking the law and the 19,000 who obeyed the law lived through the bad days. "Violence is no way to get something on a permanent basis," he remarked. Monsalvatge stated thatnoton- ly the adults but also the young can spot phonies in our society and that Voltaire said that all. enemies are really teachers to illustrate what not to be. Hecon- cluded by talking in several foreign languages as he said not to be a show-off but to illustrate that races, colors and creeds i,are a different languages. Humane people can learn to understand these languages just as well as the'different speaking languages. He received a standing ovation when his address was completed. Cindy Burkert, Linda Cheeke, Betsy Clark, Mary Cox, Becky Edwards, Herb Fry, Linda Harper, Kathy Heaton, Fred Henderson, Debbie Henry, Annette Hobbs, "Jeannette Hobbs, Alan Klapatch, Kevin Koors, Carol Letsinger, Steve McLerran, Janice Meeks, Susie Naden, Marcia Phifer, Deb Robinson, Dot Robinson, Nancy Roe, Jack Ross, Lou Ann Schwear, KevinStewart, Jody Tudor, Jane Tunmer, Cindy Watson, James York andLyn- ette Ziegler. Six Weeks Honor Roll Freshmen 3rd 6 weeks honor roll are r A: Marilyn Meeks, Chris Overdorf,. Mike Smith and David Thomas. Freshmen B: Kelly Altherr, Mjtrsha Arnett, Martin Day, Val Fakes, Terry Fletcher, Stan Hampton,. Sharon Hartley, Greg Howery, Vickie Hungate, Randy Johnson, Rebecca Jordon, Jama Meyer, Roger Mock, Kristi Og- tlen, Robert Padgett, Jerry Phifer, Nina Robinson, Mark Schin- laub, Debra Scott, Cindy Shadday, Lisa Smith, Scott Sparenberg, Esther Stahly, .Darlene Terry and Cynthia Tishner. Sophomore A Honor Roll students are Shad Wendorf and Teresa West. B Honor students are: Paul Barnes, Debbie Beeson, Dennis Bruhk, Patti Burk, Melanie Cline, : Mike Cline, Mark Cooper, Susie Dennis, Darla Duvick, Jane Fettig, Tom Floyd, Cindy Henry, Michael Jackson, Suzanne Kincaid, David Manlove, Rebecca Reasner, Risa Regnier, William Reseigh, Jane Robinson, Debbie Rubush, Ronnie Stiner, Mark. Stipp, Mike! Tragesser, Rose Anne TreeshJ Julie Tucker, Scott Warner and Daniel Wolf. Junior A Honor Roll: Kaye Fettis, Marsha Gaugler, Roy Head and Janet Riffe. B Honor Roll: Paul Adair, Susan Crume, Jackie Davis,; David Dean, Sherry Egler, Paris Fakes, Becky Gipson, Karen Henderson, Lisa Hines, Camilla Hinshaw, Dennis Hobbs, Everett Hughes, Vickie Jones, Linda Lambert^, Lorl Mattingly, Lori Mattingly, Cynthia MoeUer, Pe- Auction Service WE TAKE.. V • Consignments for Auction. • Special Sales. • Antique Sales. • -Liquidations. Plenty of Seats. Nice Warm Building. — APPRAISALS — EARLYWINE'S 1st & Main S52-531S FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 197J ter Ritz, Dawn Smith, Lou Ann Taylor, Cindy' gler and Mary Zell, Lynda Zie- JAnn Ziegler. Senior A Honor Roll: Susan Carpenter, Chris' Cunningham, Lou Ann DeBethune, Julie Gunkel and Linda Netherton. B Honor RoU' students are: Arzella Anderson, Sonia Armstrong, Fred Biehold, Cindy Burkert, Linda Cheeke, Betsy Clark, Mary. Cox, Becky Edwards, Jane Frazee, Herb [ Fry, Linda Harper, Kathy Heaton, Fred Henderson; Jeanette Hobbs, John Hughey, Alan Klapatch, Kevin Koors, Carol Letsinger,' Tamera McCord, Steve McLerran,. Janice Meeks, Susie| Naden, Deb.Rob­ inson, Dot Robinson, Nancy Roe, .Jack Ross, lou Ann Schwear, Anita Smith, [Debra Standridge, Douglas Stillwell, Jody Tudor, Jane Tunmer, Cindy Watson and- James York. 1 <^ * City Police • (Continued from page one) training offered complements that now available to marshals or policemen atj the Indiana Law Enforcement jTraining Academy in Bloomington. Windfall Town Marshal Richard Stout is presently attending the Bloomington course. I JANUARY SPECIAL Atlas Tires 25% off Henrys Standard . 103 S. West Tipton Phone 675-6118 CUSTOM UPHOLSTERING DO YOU ' • J LOVE THAT ..OLD. '. . J ". DILAPIDATJED . M Chair or Sofa . "'^ We cii make it like NEW againj BARKER UPHOLSTERY phone 675-4939 . 220 E. Madison, Tipton bowls and baskets No. 4085 Round Bowl., Dia. 8 l /2",,Gadroom border. $5.00 No. 4086 Oval Bowl.. L gth. 8". Gadroon border. $5.00 No. 4087 Oval Bowl., Lgth. 5 1/2", Gadroon border. $3.00 Earl G. Rhodes Jeweter NOW THRU SAl 7:00 & 9:10 . A DRUNKEN INDIAN WHO SOBERS UP TO LEAD HIS PEOPLE . THROUGH A LOOP-HOLE'' " j— __. ~_ . IN THE WHITE MAN'S LAW, AnHioiiy Quinnas'Ttap"^ ^ I MOOSE LODGE 6 o'clock Supper DANCE 8 o'clock Enrollment 9:30 BOB HUDSON BAND from Kokomo with Wi/ber Bagley Saturday, Jan. 30 MEMBERS ONLY [SUN. - MON. - TUES. DOUBLE FEATURE "Watermelon Man is a funny lovie! Cut yourself in for a slice!" BobSalmaggi. WINS Radio! |R|RESTRICTEDJ; GODFREY CAMBRIDGE • ESTH1EWRS0HS I ADDED 1st RUN FEATURE mverrun LOUISEOBER. JOHN McLIAM OPEN HOUSE in ATLANTA ^ SOUTH BROADWAY STREET Salesman will be available NOON till DARK SUNDAY, JANUARY 31 BRAND NEW CUSTOM BUILT Three and four bedroom homes! DOWN $89 per mo. New government program is now available to people with; moderate incomes to own their own home for less than rtot! Come See if you qualify. (Widows and Divorcees eligible) NO CLOSING COSTS (Based on income and $ize of family) FOR INFORMATION CALL INDIANAPOLIS COLLECT 923-2491

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