The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on February 8, 1971 · Page 1
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Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, February 8, 1971
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A'w 'oH I J £3 ASS ISTAUT .INDIANA STATS LIBRARY" I.iDlA'iAPOLlS,- INDIANA VOLUME i, NO. 32 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) TRIBUNE MONDAY. FEBRUARY 8, 1971 ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS MATTEB OCTOBER 4, 1895, AT POST OFFICE IN TIPTON, INDIANA 10£ PER COPY 45<? PES WEEK" SECOND CLASS POSTAGE AT TIPTON, INDIANA- 460^2 0 Heart Fund Key Committee Heads Farm Bureau Breakfast-- Cooking pancakes and sausages for Tipton County Farm Bureau member's breakfast Monday morning are Rosemary Crouch pouring pancake batter. Max . Crouch flipping pancakes, Doris Quear assisting, Alan Sottong in plaid shirt, Charles Bergman with hat, and Frank Larson (white shirt), Regional Field Rep for District four West. The breakfast, an annual event for members, was held at the Tipton County 4-H Building. : (Staff Photo by Eldon Cage) County Events Meetings scheduled for Monday include. Utility. Board meeting, 4 p;m. at the City Court Toom; City Council meeting at 7:30 p.m. at the City Courtroom; Kiwanis meeting at Bowl-O- Drome, 6:15 p.m.; Northern Community School Board at 7:30 p.m. and Tipton County GirlScout reorganization meeting at Pres- byteriah Church at 7:30 p.m. and Tipton County. Democratic Wo-. men's Club at 7:30 p.m. at home of Mrs. Mike Clouser, route 4. Tuesday: Rotary Club at the Bowl-O-Drome at 6:15 p.m.; Keaiptqn Town Board at 7:30 p.m.; Scout Round Table at 7:30 p.m. at Hobbs Christian Church; Sharpsville Auxiliary. Wednesday: ; Tipton Lions and Windfall Masons will meet. Key Committee Chairmen.for the 1971 Tipton County Heart Fund Campaign were announced teday by Mrs. Floyd Collins, Campaign Chairman. A General Business Canvass during the week of February 14 through February 20 will be spearheaded by. Stephen Collins, Office Manager, Pioneer Corn Company, in charge of county elementary schools will be Mrs. Hulbert pox, 236 North West . Street, Tipton. Corporate gifts will be under the supervision of Greg Caldwell, attorney, 120 West Washington Street, Tipton. Others, not in the picture include: Mrs. Paul Cole, Farmers Bank and Trust, treasurer; Mrs. •Richard Smith, route 1 Tipton, special mailings and special events. Also Mrs.-Phillip Cochran, route 1 Tipton and Mrs. Harrison Smitson, route 1 Tipton, coin collectors, Signs have been distributed throughout Tipton by the members of the Health Careers Club, of Tipton High School, under the. direction of Betty Baumgartner, the club's sponsor. PTA Plans Fun Frolic Lincoln School PTA continues its efforts to raise money for special needs of the school by sponsoring the Annual Fun Frolic to be held back at the Lincoln School on Saturday night. The public is invited to attend this festival which will begin with a ' chili supper at 5 p.m. At 6 o'clock the halls will! open for the games. Some featured attractions will include; \ The Country Store; Cake Walkj and The What-Not-Shop, where . you might buy good books, jewelry, pot-holders, home-made a-- prons, decorations, and used toys and: games. While the parents are playing Bingo, the children will enjoy visiting the Fun House, •> spills the dolls, and basketball to mention a few. For your added convenience the Cub Scouts of Pack 590 will have a coat check room. There will be many door prizes on display, so don't forget to get in on that tool Among these special gifts to be awarded are: electric scissors; sewing basket; towels; thermos bottle; 50 ft. garden hose; pizza's; $5 worth free cleaning; ' dinners; hair spray; wash and lubrication jobs; and, records. The items are too numerous to mention all of them. Special gifts have been contributed for the Fun Frolic by the following merchants: Jim Dandy; Pete's Pizza; Hinkle's T.V.; Cindy's Beauty Shop; Walt's Garden Shop; Gambles; Ethel. Mundell-Donuts; Western Auto; KendaU's Northside *66 Station;. Penney's; Danner's; Flowers by Jim; Flora Dickover, money donation; Art & Paula Hawkins, set of dishes and small items; and Adlers Style Shop. Estimated $2,000 Damage Reported In Tri-Gentral School Vandalism BULLETIN: Three Windfall menWillard Brown 29, Dewey Prince 28 and David Long 23 were, arrested. Monday morning by Tipton County Sheriff Dick Ziegler on County Prosecutor warrants charging Prince and Long with second degree burglary and Brown with accessory to second degree burglary. According to Sheriff Ziegler the trio are charged specifically with breaking into the Tri - Central High School Building sometime early Sunday and stealing an undetermined amount of money from an office, ' Too, the intruders damaged the building an estimated $2,000 to entrance doors and office doors and frames with heavy instruments. Sheriff Ziegler, in an unmarked vehicle Saturday after midnight, followed the vehicle in which the three were' tourug the Tri-Central area and then with assists from the! City police and the Area State Police were able to visually see the vehicle of. the trio drive tato the Tri-Central School Grounds, cruise around the grounds, leave and then come back again about an hour latet. The Sheriff's personnel will release their theory of the activities later. Tri-Central High School^ main building was damaged more than $1500 to doors and frames sometime Saturday night or early Sunday, the Tipton County Sheriffs office reported. Intruders' apparently used heavy prying equipment to .literally "tear out" frames and doors to gain entrance and then went through offices and. other, school rooms apparently in search of valuables. Ah undetermined amount of money was Johnson Named Parts Man age r Robert L. "Bob" Johnson has been appointed General Manager ^ Apollo 14 Moon Pilots Plead for World Peace of Dana Corporation's Parts Craft Division, which supplies the well-known Spicer, Perfect cle, and Victor brand products of NAPA (National Automotive Parts Association). The announcement was made by D. D, Mln- shall, Group Vice President! of Dana's Service Parts Divisions. By AL ROSSITER.Jr. UPI Space Writer SPACE CENTER, Houston (UPI)—Apollo 14's moon pilots sped into the welcome gravity of the "shimmering crescent" of their planet today with a bonus that could hasten the day when'men in space work for men on earth, Alan B. Shepard, Stuart A. Roosa, and Edgar D. Mitchell passed the. imaginary point 161,512 miles in space at 5:26 a.m. EST where earth's gravity outpulls the moon's. They began, accelerating toward a South Pacific splashdown about 4 p.m. EST Tuesday. En route the crew issued a plea for world peace and understanding ' and voiced the hope their space mission could contribute toward the "solving of the problems of the' world." They brought with them a record haul of 109 pounds of TIptOn-Alexandria — Jeff Juday, Tipton (35), flips the ball through the basket for a two pointer against Alexandria's Sam Hilligoss Saturday night at Alex in a CIC contest. Alex won 72-64. ... (Tribune Photo) rocks and soil collected from the moon's Fra Mauro Valley Friday and Saturday. Scientists hope some of the samples are fossil chunks of the primitive lunar crust. With the moon . shrinking behind them, Shephard and his crew turned their attention to earth Sunday night. They demonstrated on television ways to use space to manufacture exotic materials and Shepard said they hoped, spaceflight would "go a long way toward solving the problems of the world, problems of understanding between people of different nations." Shepard Speaks for Crew Saying he spoke for the whole crew, America's space pioneer. added: • "It is our wish tonight that we can in some way contribute through our effort through the space program to promote a better understanding and peace throughout the world and help to rectify the situations which, still exist." The astronauts, now returning to normal work schedules for the first time since the launch Jan. 31, began a io-hour sleep period early today. Before turning in, the spacemen broadcast some music on tapes in their cabin. 1 "Sounds like you're having, a party up there," said ground communicator Gordon Fullerton. . "That's the only ingredient we have for a party," Mitchell replied. Today was one of rest for the pilots before the start of final earth-entry preparations early Tuesday. One event on their, schedule was a televised question and answer session with newsmen at 6:30 p.m. EST. .-. - .During Monday night's telecast, the pilots carried out four- experiments to test processes and techniques that could lead to theproduction of such exotic (Continued on page six) ROBERT JOHNSON A native of Indiana and a graduate of the University of Illinois Bob Johnson joined Perfect Circle in 1957 as a zone manager, and worked for five years in [the field at the dealer and fleet level. In' 1967 he was named planning manager for'Dana's Wholesale Parts Division in Toledo, ami in 1968 was appointed administrative assistant to Mr. Minshall. In February of 1969, Bob was named plant manager of the Perfect Circle plant in Tipton, Indiana, and in January, 1970, returned to Toledo as general manager of the O. E. Service Parts Division. Mr. Johnson served as a 1st Lieutenant in the U. S. Army Counterintelligence Corps in Stuttgart, Germany from 1954 to 1956. He is married, has j two • daughters, and makes his home in Syl'vania, Ohio. junior high Cloud type - clear Present temperature -16! Maximum temperature - 34 Minimum temperature -16 Wind Direction - North Wind Velocity - 10 mph Relative Humidity - 29% Precipitation - light snow! ..Barometer Reading -29.92 forecast - Fair 4 colder taken from one. office, but school officials wef e to make an accurate ; inspection Monday 1 morning before an itemized loss could be made public. y Tri-Central custodians found 'the -breakin; and damage about 8 a.m. Sundayj when makingroutine . checks, on the'building, f Sheriff Richard Ziegler, is Reviewed at Third Ho use Ses sion The third session of the Tipton County Chamber of Commerce sponsored "Third House" was attended by 25 persons whe met at the Bowl-O-Drome Saturday morning with Joint Representative Harry V.Foremari and Senator Morton Stanley. Taxes and the budget are the major bills coming up in the following weeks. Budgets will be cut as much as possible. Two plans are proposed to cut the budget, cut the school responsibility of j the state, Senator Stanley stated. There was some discussion on teacher, pdlice and fireman pen- sjenator Stanley stated sions. he does not believe' the public employes should strike tot there is a better way-to settle things without losing their professional statis, Teachers retirementfund will possibjly come from the general fund as will the firemen and police ^retirement. Wednesday is the last day to introduce pills. "Two bills that are in. committee now on low- Bering property tax are: Place a ceiling of lowering taxonschools and place a ceilingj on taxes. (Continued on page six) Will Review Conservation Service Soil Conservation Service, represented by Ken Burns, will present the [Wednesday's Farm Management Class. The class will be at thfe Tipton.High School Agriculture classrooms at 7 p.m. Burns is Soil Conservation Service District representative for Howard County District. The program will intensify the work of the Service and reasons for having such a service in Tipton County.! Burns will present slides of situations that have been corrected by the help of the government agency. " Individuals wishing to get a fuller view of the Soil Conservation Service or are opposed to the service are invited to express their views. J Not having attended the Farm Management Classes previously jdoes not restrict individuals from attending] For more information call\.675r4567. . '. -The So 1 Conservation Service is to help farmers plan and apply conservation programs to their farms. JTJieir assistance includes . (1) soil survey of which Tipton County jdoes not have; (2) conservation! plan; (3) application of "plan through practice; (4) and maintenance of program' set up in the plan. Many practices can be started without the Soil Conservation! Service but some such as drainage gully control, land smoothing, farm ponds require • more knowledge and jmany times - more money than farmers can use to improve situations. making a thorough investigation of - the breakin, vandalism and theft. = Also reported- from the Sheriffs office was the serious injury* of Mar jorie - Shook, 23, of Goldsmith, in a one vehicle traffic accident Sunday 6:30 a.m. on Ind, 28 two miles west of Tipton. According to the Sheriffs report Mrs. Shook, traveling east going to work, hit a slick spot on the highway, veered to the north berm sideways and struck a utility pole broadside, breaking the pole off at the ground- and then her 1964 auto slid into the field, trapping Mrs. Shook inside for about 30 minutes. The Tipton Fire Department rescue unit was called and had to use a hydraulic jack to lift the' vehicle enough to free the driver. She was first taken by ambulance to the Tipton hospital and then transferred to the University Hospital, Indianapolis, where she underwent surgery for a fractured spinal column. In another traffic accident at UJS. 31 and Ind. 28 vehicles driven south on U.S. 31 by Thomas Cpsface, 22, of Indianapolis and Robert Foster, 20, of Dayton, Ohio, collided on the slick surface as the traffic light changed. to red and caused $20Q damage to the cars, but no injuries. Home Entered City police were called to investigate a. home burglary at 7 a.m. today. According to their report, Mrs. W. O. Murray, 129 South East street, discovered that, items from their home had been stolen sometime between 11:30 p.m. and 7 a.m, while they were sleeping upstairs. The burglary was reported when Mrs. Murray reported that the following " were missing from their home: one RCA radio; color television, portable black and white television, two dollars, one statuette, liquor, see-through clock, portable AM-FM radio with leather case and two sets of mint coins. Police are continuing their investigation. Two Arrests Larry Johnson, 18, 216 North Conde' street, was arrested Sunday at 1:50 p.m. at the corner of West and Madison street for disobeying a stop sign. Bernard Tragesser, 27, route 1, Rushyille, was arrested in the 100 block on Oak street by (Continued on page six) TIptOn FrOSh-- Fred Cox springs forward for a layup shot during the Tipton-Elwood Freshman tournament Saturday mdrning as Tipton player, Jerry Karnes, looks hopefully towards the basket. Tipton won the game ]l0-37. j : (Staff Photo by Jim Heaton)

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