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Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, February 4, 1971
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Pake-B Indiana House THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Age Lowered Among New Proposals THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1971 By JOHN B. BARRETTE INDIANAPOLIS (UPF - A local option income tax proposal slated to be introduced in the-Indiana House today was expected to generate -considerable activity in that chamber, while the Senate wiil be asked to lower from Si to 18 the age at which it would be illegal to purchase " alcoholic beverages under false pretenses. Rep. i Morris Mills, R-Indianapolis, I chairman of the House "Ways and Means Taxation subcommittee, said the local option bill will iprovide for a county income! tax fund in each of those counties adopting the tax. The increase would be on the adjusted gross income tax and would be ifrom two to three per cent, Mills said. , A bill intended to revamp the state's j implied, consent law on drunken driving was introduced Wednesday in the Senate by Sen. Thomas McComb, R-Fort Wayne.| •]"..' ' The - present law, regarded by many experts as being ineffec- 'tive because of restrictive provisions, was the target of McComb's proposal. ; His bill would provide that arrest follow the "sobriety" test, rather than precede it. The measure would establish that driving is a privilege and allow arrest if a person who is believed to be.under the influence of alcohol or drugs refuses to be tested. The time taken to administer the test would be designated "detention" and c if results provr ed inconclusive the bill would allow officers' to impound the suspect's vehicle until a conclusive test resulted. McComb's bill was considered by observers to be an improvement over the current law which requires a different officer to administer a test than the arresting officer, a practice which at times was almost unenforceable because of the extra manpower demanded, according to experts.: ' . .,- Dependable Ambulance Service Another Senate proposal Wednesday would create a Public Education Television Broadcasting Fund and make an appropriation of $692,760 for promotion of educational television. It was offered by Sens. Adam Benjamin, D-Gary, and Robert D. Orr, R-Evansville. A third Senate bill would repeal the law allowing snow tires on Indiana highways. It was submitted by Sen. Bernard Konrady, D-Gary, and Orr. Other House bills slated for introduction today included the controversial bank holding company bill that would allow more than one bank under one ownership but in different counties; Many smaller banking interests oppose the measure because they believe they may no longer be competitive and that large institutions will buy smaller banks. The proposal is backed by Reps. H. Jack Mullendore, R-Frankiin, and Maurice O'Connor, D-Evansville. Another House measure would prohibit mailing or delivery of unsolicited credit cards to Hoosiers. The bill was submitted by Rep. O'Connor. A third House proposal would allow employes under workmen's compensation to choose their, own physician. It was offered by Rep. Craig B. Campbell, D-Anderson. . Creation of regional tourism information and promotion councils would be the aim of a bill submitted by Reps. Maurice Chase, R-Bedford, and Stephen L. Ferguson, R - Bloomington, Rep. James E. Walsh, D-Muncie, filed a bill that would pro­ hibit issuance of a driver's license until age 18 or graduation from high school. Other Senate bills slated for introduction today would: — Provide penalties for maltreatment or abandonment of a child and outline legal procedures in such cases. (Duvall- Rogers' 1 ; — Give the Bureau of Motor Vehicles access to vehicle inspection records. (Benjamiri v —Allow persons 18 years of age to make wills. (Harrison) Other house bills would: -r Authorize the Indiana Port Commission to undertake studies and construct port facilities on the Wabash River. (Gardner- Deckard) — Provide for reimbursement of expenditures for local school corporations that instituting approved environmental education programs. (Bushemi) | — Broaden .the powers of Indiana Vocational and Technical College to enter into contractual . agreements. (Jones) | — Provide that national guardsmen serving the state be paid from the first day of service and that the attorney general defend gaardsmen named in criminal action alleged to have occurred while on active duty for the state. (Deckard) j — Call for a voter referendum on the unified government of c Indianapolis and Marion County. (Butler-Sebree) Republ icon Women- One of the many meetings of Tipton County Women's Republican Club preparing for the Lincoln' Day Banquet to be held Monday, February 22, at the Tipton County 4-H and Community Building was held Wednesdayjnight at the Court House. Cutting out decorations are: (left to right) MedaGriesel, Mrs. Harold Allen, Mrs. Paul Larson, Jeanette Moree, Mrs. Oren Gibbens, and Mrs. Loyd Maines. Others help'tag are Mrs. Eldon Cage, Mrs. Richard Renier, Mrs. Carmel Hoover, Alice Weismiller, Mrs. Max Stockwell, Mrs. Jim Breedlove, and several other party workers. •: | (Staff Photo by Margaret Hinkle) Farewell— Marine Private ; Tim Ehman getting a well- wishing handshake from Tipton High School teacher Joe Bear this week as Tim tells former schoolmates and teachers that he will be leaving for San Diego; California soon to continue his military. training after a pleasant two weeks furlough at home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ehman, and his many friends in the Tipton area. , (Staff Photo by Eldon Cage) MON.-SAT. 9 to 9~ SUNDAY Noon-6 P.M. i anners variety stores ? 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MIRRO ALUMINUM WARE • Choose from 2-qt. covered pan, 2-ql. whistling tea kettle. 4 egg poocher, - 10-qt. dish pan. 14" Bake & Roost pan or 3-qt. covered sauce pon •Brilliant Polished Finish with Covers that Help Prevent Boiling Over •Regulorlyi $1.S«-$1.97 99 BANKAMERICARD master charge TEED OR yOOB MONEY IACK ADOIIO 14 By AL ROSSITER Jr. UPI Space Writer SPACE I CENTER, Houston (UPIV- Apollo 14's pilots today spotted the tumbling rocket . that pushed them toward - the moon and then prepaed to check out the spacecraft that will ferry two of them the final 11 miles to the lunar surface Friday. ; | . -"-. .Taciturn commander Alan B. Shepard, 47, and crewmen Stuart A. Roosa, 37, and Edgar; D. Mitchell, 40, already had their ship in flight longer than Apollo 13 when it was ripped by an oxygen tank explosion last April. Apollo 14's course was so accurate that Ground Control canceled a steering correction that had been scheduled for early today and told Shepard and Mitchell to enter their attached landing craft and check it out an hour early. "Jolly good," said Roosa, the affable Texan who has done most of the talking since Apollo 14's launclj Sunday from Cape Kennedy. Today Marks Start Today marked the start of the busy series, of preparations for Thursday's swing into lunar orbit andj Friday's crucial landing. Shepard and Mitchell will spend moon,, set observatory^ to 33V2 hours on the up a $25 million and hike one mile a cratdr-capped lull where they hope to collect rocks dating back to the birth of the moon. The Saturn third stage rocket lied . them out of earth orbit] will reach the moon first, smashing into the surface with an impact equal to the Real Estate Listings NEW LISTING - Beautiful 5 yr. old 3 BR French Provincial home, att 2 car gar with Genie' auto" door opener, 2 full baths, fully carpeted, lovely aero drapes, central air. cond. and many other extras, must see to appreciate and priced to sell. Older 4 rm home in vec-O ^vXi loc„ nice low priced home toj get a start in. W s Cj -^i on contract j 1 Acre building lot on Sharpsville rd. Seller says sell Either 2 or 3 BR older home for the handy person that can do his own work and increase the value considerably. Will sell on contract. " it '"' -•• 1 • • Exceptionally well maintaipivV' x 12' deluxe mobile home, many extras and imm cjD. possession. NEW LISTING - 31 Acres in Madison iwp, all tillable except for what the 5 rm simi-modernj older home is on. This can also be bought without the buildings. 3 BR older home in go£^^ndition Immed. poss. and prirr0^ el1 Quick. with lg. LR&DR, NEW LISTING - Quality bui*iT )'R home inexcellant con dition and in good lorcO^ 11 tains' * ir * T > 1 * i ' m ,rnm '^ . poss. seller trans. ^ 20 Acres - Madison twp onCurtisvillerdj, ; bldg, 17 acre tillable, small wooded I, very good loc for area, immed. poss. NEW LISTING Madison twp. quire quickly. 10 acres -\Oill tillable This w.< fireplace, immed. farm land in long so if interested in- NEW LISTING - 13 rm investment property that can be used in various ways or 1 or 2 family home. Call for all details. —LISTINGS ARE NEEDED AS I HAVE MANY PROSPECTIVE BUYERS- FREE CONSULTATION ( UNDER explosion of 11 tons of TNT. This will create a miniature moonquake. which scientists expect will be a valuable dividend in their study, of the moon's structure .with a seismometer left behind by Apollo 12's pilots in 1969. Roosa sighted the tumbling rocket hulk'as. it raced 2,800 miles ahead. He photographed it through the command ship's sextant. - Mission time clocks in Apollo 14 and the Contral Center were turned , ahead 40 minutes Tuesday night to make flight plans conform with the original times planned for lunar events. This was- made necessary by the 40-minute launch delay and the ship's subsequent speedup to the moon. The $400 million expedition of Apollo 14 is the first devoted to science. The astronauts made their first scientific observations Tuesday night when they described mysterious light flashes seen with - their eyes closed. ' Flashes Reported Previously Such flashes had been reported after flight by previous moon crews and scientists believe they are triggered by cosmic rays penetrating the pilots' optic nerves. Space agency radiobiologist Richard E. Benson said these cosmic rays are not considered dangerous to pilots making short flights, but there is some concern . for months-long voyages in the future. "I think we have seen only three types of flashes so far," said Mitchell, who holds a doctor of science degree. "What we would probably call a star, a super nova and a flash, or rather a streak. And I think I have seen some, I don't recall what name we tacked to them, but reminiscent of lightning flashing in and behind clouds." Roosa reported seeing four or five flashes within a 20-minute period. He said he saw flashes similar to those described by his colleagues and added that they "seem to be random in a showering type pattern." Classifieds Pay •iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiii: OBLIGATlbN Want to sell or buy? Give "Mr. Ed" a try I Ed Meloche REAL ESTATE WILLY'S GIFT SHOPPE Tipton iiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiS V

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