The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on February 3, 1971 · Page 10
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Page 10 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE •Statistics (Continued from page one) of the new Coronary Unit at the Tipton County Memorial Hospital." There is every reason to believe that the close proximity of this facility will prove valuable to this community in reducing deaths from heart attacks, as the first hours immediately following the start of an attack are the.ones of greatest danger,*' she said. "These units, continuously monitoring the vital functions of patients during heart attack, with an alarm System to bring personnel to cope with emergency situations, can decrease hospitals mortality rate following heart attack by about 30%." "Your Heart Association trains hospital personnel in the use of this cardiac equipment, and makes available information on the treatment and prevention. of heart diseases to the physicians. You help these experts when you give your Heart Fund Volunteer a Heart Sunday contribution," she concluded; Pictured above is a plaster sculpture of "Job" shown at the Art for Religion Exhibit at Emanuel Lutheran Church. The sculpture was made by Arthur L. Sprunger, Goshen and received second place. There are also several oil paintings, sculpture and poetry at the exhibit and may be seen from lr5 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. now through Sunday," February 7.- Michael Scherer, route 1, Arcadia, -placed second on an oil painting, "The Promises." (Staff Photo by Nancy Sottong) APOLLO 14 SPACE CENTER, Houston (UPI)-The timetable for the flight of Apollo 14. (All times EST and subject to change). Today 12:23 a.m.—Crew exercises for one hour. • 1:23 a.m.—First meal of the day. 4:08 a.m.—Crew beams 45- minute television show from •Third Grade (Continued from page one) - From all indications, Mr. President liked the idea to establish ~ a P.C.U.T.A.which means (PolliK tion Cleaners Upper Throwers Awayers) for here is the letter Lou Ann receivedfrom President Nixon. . "Dear Lou: It was heartening to learn of your strong interest in stopping the pollution of our natural, environment and 1 was particu- -larly pleased to receive from your teacher the booklet you prepared. . All American citizens, young and old, must work together if we are to succeed in making our. country the clean and healthful place all of us want it to be. I can assure you that this Administration shares your con-. cern and I hope you will always want to be involved in- meeting the challenges of this exciting period in our nation's history. With my best wishes for the years • ahead. Sincerely, Richard Nixon The White House £ Washington, D.C. space during which the tunnel hatch and the docking equipment is removed and Apollo 14 commander Alan B. Shepard and lunar module pilot Edgar D. Mitchell climb into the lunar lander for some housekeeping chores. 8:23 a.m.—Second meal of the day. . ; 9:23 a.m.—Crew begins a nine-hour rest-period. At this time the Apollo spacecraft was to be .212,000 miles from earth. 6:23 p.m.—Third meal of the day. By this time the Apollo •Winter Storm ? (Continued from page one) gradual warming trend," the forecast said, adding that occasional rain was ''likely" Thursday. Highs Tuesday ranged from 14 at Terre Haute to 22 at Evansville, and overnight lows this, morning ranged from 8 above zero at Terre Haute to 20 at Evansville and Louisville. South Bend, had 13 inches of snow on the ground .and Fort Wayne an inch. /.Highs today will range from the mid 20s to 34, and lows tonight will be mostly no. colder than t od ay's highs. Highs Thursday will range from around 40 to the low 50s. Colder weather was due again Friday, with a chance of light snow especially in the north portion. "After . that, a partly cloudy weekend was expected. Lows during the three-day period were expected to range from the teens to near 30 and highs from 5 the 20s to the 30s. £ 675-4300 I TONIGHT & THURS. "COUGAR COUNTRY" TWO SHOWS AT 7:00 * t:0S Starts FRIDAY! Faffing in lovtwasth* tovghatt thing LEE MARVIN "MONTE .WALSH" ~' A Real Western JEANNEMORE^H^KR^ANCE COUGAR COUNTR • A FILM FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY FOLLOW "WHISKERS," an independent and curious young cougar, through two exciting years in a mountain wilderness known as "COUGAR COUNTRY" • A true wildlife adventure story [Gj^^ 1 ^ 49 "WHISKERS" IS HEREf 2 ADVENTUROUS DAYS | DIANA THEATRE J ram A PRODUCT OF AMERICAN NATIONAL ENTERPRISES, INC. spacecraft was to be 226,407 miles from earth. 7;23 p.m.- The Apollo 14 crosses the gravisphere, that point where the moon's influence on., the spacecraft is stronger than the earth's influence. 9:01 p.m.—The flight's fourth mid-course correction if needed. 11:23 p.m.—At its option, the crew will take pictures of the moon. Thursday 1:41 a.m.—Mission Control makes final decision whether Apollo 14 should be put into an orbit around the moon. . 2:01 a.m.—Apollo 14 goes into orbit around the moon. 2:23 a.m.—First meal of the day. 2:40 a.m.—The top stage of Apollo 14's Saturn 5 rocket crashes on the surface of the moon. ''•'/< 4:08 a.m.—Apollo 14 begins second lunar orbit. 6:15 a.m.—A - 2l l k second firing from the command ship's main engine drops Apollo 14 into an orbit ranging from 67 to 11 miles above the lunar surface. This occurs at the start of the third orbit 8:10 a.m.—Apollo 14 begins fourth orbit around the moon. 8:58 a.m.—Astronauts take pictures of crater Descartes, the proposed landing site for Apollo 16. . 9:23 a.ra.—Secondmeal of the day. • 10:23 a.m—Crew begins 8.5 hour rest period in the fifth orbit. 6:53 p.m.—Astronauts end rest period in ninth orbit. Third meal of the day. 8:23 p.m.— Telecast showing the Fra Mauro landing site which lasts 14 minutes. Shepard and Mitchell then begin' to activate the lunar lander. More Child Care Centers Needed . WASHINGTON (UPI>- A bill calling for a $12 billion outlay . over the^next three years for a nationwide system of child care centers was introduced Tuesday by Sen.. Birch Bayh, D-Ind. *'We are beginning to understand that child cafe centers would fulfill a permanent need in the structure of American social services," Bayh said in a statement Under the legislation, Congress would be authorized to appropriate $2 billion this fiscal year, $4 billion next year and $6 billion for fiscal 1973 to finance the program. "More than 14 million children in this nation have working mothers, and that figure is increasing every day. It is estimated the percentage of working mothers with preschool children, which was 40 per cent in the 1960s, will increase between 60 per cent and 70.per cent in the 1970s," Bayh said. ''Eight out of 10 of these children are cared for through makeshift arrangements, with little attention to their basic needs as developing human be* ings and citizens," Bayh said. The senator listed these services as eligible for funding under his bill: Infant care, preschool programs, general child care services during evening and .nighttime hours, day care programs both before and after school, emergency care, aid to working parents, belingual and bicultural services, special pro. grams for migrant workers and Indians and programs to educate parents in child naturing and teaching the effects of drug addiction. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 3. 1971 NOW YOU KNOW By United Press International Although the position of postmaster general was created in 1789 along with the attorney general and secretaries of state, treasury and defense, the postmaster general did not become a Cabinet member until 1829. •Kiwanis (Continued from page one) businessmen and two farmers in 1921, told of the formation of the club, it's many community achievements including spearheading building of the Tipton Swimming Pool, the nine hole golf course, Corn Banquet and numerous other county and community credits. Governor Tyler in his "Improve Quality of Life" talk praised club members for the support in career camps for boys, law enforcement, education not only formal but also social education on drug abuse and other anti-social problems. Kiwanis club members from Kokomo, Elwood, Frankfort, No- bksville and Gary were introduced and recognized by Toastmaster Bridge. 'Guidelines make the superintendent elective or appointive. In the Senate Tuesday, two other bills, were passed calling for removal of the superintendent from theboards of trustees of Indiana State and Ball State Universities, and for allowing the governor to appoint lay people instead. The bills to remove the superintendent from the BSU and ISU boards were passed by identical 46-0 votes. The BSU. board would be increased from five to seven members to be appointed by the.governor with ColeY Enters Daytona 500 DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (UPfl — Record-holding Cale Yarborough Tuesday submitted his entry for the Daytona 500 stock car race Feb. 14, despite rumors he was through with stock cars this year. When: Yarborough signed to team "with Lloyd Ruby driving Indy type cars for the U.S. Automobile Club, the. word was he was not going to drive in any more stock car races. Yarborough won the 500 at the Daytona International Speedway in 1968 and won the pole position a . year ago but - x finished 37th when he* blew an engine. ; ; Last year he established the track record of 194.014 m.p.h. during qualifying. Qualifying for this year's 500 is Saturday. Kiwanis Club- -Banquet tables with all place settings taken by the more than 150 Kiwanis members and guests Tuesday night at the Lutheran School dining room. | r On stage are 26 members of the Young Originals choral group from Tiptonj At'speakers table are Kiwanis officers, principal speaker andj lady guests. Behind speaker's table is big K for Kiwanis International symbol. (Staff Photo by Eldon Cage) New Directors— Richard Hansen, Manager of the Federal Land Bank Association,-shown here with the newly elected F.L.B. Ass^n. Directors;'' Left to right: Richard Hansen, Glen Huggler, .WjR. Orr, "Albert Middlesworth, Max H. Smith, John W. Ehman,.Herbert Ottinger. I I (Staff Photo by Margaret Hinkle). the proviso that the membership includes at least two alumni, one woman and one Delaware County resident The ISU board would retain the same number of members except for the naming of a lay replacement for the superintendent The BSU and ISU bills now go to the House. In other House action Tuesday, a bill to allow amusement rides to be inspected by the state fire marshal passed without dissent and was sent to the Senate. 1 * Retirement Bill Passed Other Senate activity included approval in that chamber of a bill- calling for the mandatory retirement of state employes at age 65. The vote was 47-0 ; and the measure went to the House. A loophole in the bill permits an employe to continue working to age 70. Conservation officers would have arrest powers under terms of a bill passed 44-2, and would be required to carry arms when in uniform. Other Senate bills passed and sent to the House would: —Add straight-edged razor, ice pick, rifle, shotgun to the weapons whose drawing or aiming could constitute a felony. 43 -i« i . • .:! —Allow sales of rifles and shotguns and ammunition for them to persons living in adjoining states, 41-2. The bill would utilize a provision of the 1968 federal gun control act allowing such sales if state law permits it. ' j {—Permit the State Department of Administration to per­ form, repair work without advertising for bids and. letting contracts when] the. estimated under $20,000, project cost- is ,35-9. •;.'•••[. ^ — Put the state in compliance with federal highway regulations to avoid a, conflict [ that might' penalize .the st!ate .through loss of federal funds, 40-4. ' ""• ' . |- • Spaulding Rites WUIard Spaulding rites will be held at 3 p.m. Thursday at Warner Funeral Home in Sharps villa with Rev. Fred Mossburg officiating. Burial will beat Sharpsville x Cemetery. Friends may call at Warner Funeral Home af-. ter 6 p.m. today. Soft Drinks •SANDWICHES hamburger, cheeseburger, fish, and tenderloin. OPEN 77 A.M. - 77 P.M. What would you do? TO HIGH NOT GOING TO BUY j A NEW CAR •' BECAUSE OF THE EXCISE TAX? GREMLIN MODELS HORNET MODELS JAVILIN MODELS MADADOR MODELS excise tax only The excise TAX on MOST USED CARS one year to 6 years old IS HIGHER than the models above I I I AUTO SALES American Motors DOR D «nni« Sonny lurdfeh 704 W. JEFFERSON trm truck paopte from Gamral Motors

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