The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on February 18, 1971 · Page 6
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February 18, 1971

The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 6

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Page 6 *Cag£rology (Continued from page 4) next Sunday afternoon at the Tipton National Guard Armory starting at 2:30 p.m. A little tip! Help support this league and players confidence. I • c-o ••< • •• •; About 30 Tipton Junior High School wrestlers will be in action Thursday night (tonight) at the Junior High gym hosting Junior wrestlers from Pendleton Heights beginning at 6 p.m. Admission is 50 and 35 cents. Tipton Coach Dennis Palmer has been working his charges regularly for two weeks and then inherited three or four basketball players who just finished the ItsamBLEs/ 114 South Main St Tipton, Indiana SAVE $20 or With VIBRA BEAT EUREKA CANISTER VACUUM $JIJI88 44 Reg. $64.95 USE YOUR CREDIT! Full cleaning power plus Vibra-Beat to shake out deep-down dirt. Cleaning tools clip to top of the steel canister. Sanitized® dust bag.; Easy-roll wheels. 4MM* season last Thursday night Too, Coach Palmer has been ably assisted after school toy seven Tipton High School varsity grapplers in the coaching category and he said this volunteer help is a blessing as the tutoring by the high schoolers is the best and latest and that he can oversee-the entire 30 members , with an eye toward developing a strong all weight squad. Some of those 55 pound Junior High, wrestlers are toughl If you don't believe it, for 50 cents and 35 cents admission you can see it. * Sports Parade (Continued from page 4) O'Connell had just signed Yastrzemski to a three-year contract and although no figures were given $140,000 a year is a good guess. "We think he's probably the highest paid inthe American League," O'Connell said. Not the majors though? "I don't know about the THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY .TRIBUNE 'Communications (Continued from page one) portunity to solicit and receive teacher opinions on various aspects of school curriculum and pending programs. ^ In return, the seven school board members and Mr. Guenther accepted invitations to visit in each of the Tipton Community schools and observe specific classroom and teaching situations. Attending school board meetings takes time away from the busy teacher's schedule. But the larger effort was made by the individual school board members who have taken time away from their own businesses once a week for the past five weeks' to visit in the different schools. Since this program has not drawn to a close yet, it would be premature to evaluate the program^ in its entirety. However, after hearing random comments concerning this program, it would appear that it has been well received by the school board members, by Mr. Guenther, and by the teachers! * U.S. Accused (Continued from page one) preparing new! military adventures against [North Vietnam. His acts threaten Peoples China/ and other countries." . It was the first time since the start of the American-backed move into Laos by South V.ietnamese. troops that the Vietnamese Communist . have said Red China also was being threatened. < National League," said the Red Sox general manager. "Yaz and' I were talking a couple of weeks ago and the- subject of the highest paid player in the Fish and Tender Ion - SALAD BAR 4H BUILDING 5 p m t0 8 p m February 20 By HOBBS CHRISTIAN CHURCH majors came f up somehow. I told him with his ability, he should be. He said 'I hope i can be.' " Yastrzemski and O'Connell talked for an hour or so Tuesday and Wednesday's session was rather, anti-climactic. It went easier than some other negotiations will in the next few weeks. [ Don't be shocked if some ballplayers decide to stay, out maybe a month or more into the season. Don't be shocked -either if the general managers decide to let j'em. Times have changed.. Everybody's much more permissive, that is the proper wordl isn't it? j •Officer (Continued from page one) silks. ' ',-. - ! .-J . In its second day of hearings today, the . subcommittee planned, to call as I a witness* Mel Peterson, a vic,e president of Jim Beam Liquor jDistillers. Jim Beam and Carting beer agents were pictured Wednesday as dispensers of favors to U.S. officials, j The 37-page Los Angeles indictment accused Wooldridge and his associates of conspiring to monopolize sales • of thou*What Others (Continued from page two) counties united statewide have a greater influence at the state Ie- < vel. this is why we jwant an organization that will represent our state 100%. j [ Our committee.has unlimited praise for those taxpayers who came to Indianapolis and carried, out their business with their state legislators in a very [orderly and business-like manner. It was an example of democracy in action again - jt was a tribute to the Indiana taxpayer, j 1 This is what happened at the Indiana State House in Indianapolis on February 10,1971. The Indiana taxpayer is FED. UP. This fact is not j stale news. Does it really take a radical demonstration to get the attention of newsmen in Indiana? Does it really take disregard of law and order to make news? If this is true - then I'm afraid we aren't newsworthy, since our.segment of society are still law abiding citizens who hope that laws cf Indiana were written jfor our pro-, taction and not for naught. Sincerely. Mrs. Mary Ellen Roberts Legislatice Committee Member Indiana Federation; of County Taxpayer Associations, Inc. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1971 Goldie Johnson Succumbs Today Pinto-lowest priced new Ford in 10 years- and we've got low prices and great deals on all the Fords in our line. Yes, we've got 'em. Immediate delivery on America's little carefree car. 75 hp. Gels up to 25 mpg. Goes 6,000 miles per oil change. More room inside. Free Power Brakes! Free Power Steering! On White Sale Galaxie and Torino 500's! With free power steering . . both special-edition Fords come with the kind of equipment most popular with most people-^vinyl roof, wheel covers, white sidewalls, special colors, special seat trim, and special exterior trim. Get 'em—and power steering is on us. With free power brakes . . add the options which got you free j power steering.. .plus extras you'd want anyway like air conditioning, tinted glass, visibility group, automatic seat-back, release, and deluxe seat belts (Torino). We add power brakes—no cost! FORD DEALER WHITE SALE •Manufacturer's suggested retail price. White sidewalls $29, accent option $60, dealer preparation charges, il any. transportation charges, state and local taxes not included. DON ROSS MOTOR SALES, INC. State Road 28 East Tipton, Indiana 46072 Goldie K] Johnson, 86, Kempton, died at 6:45 a.m. today at Tipton County Memorial Hospital after several years of illness. Funeral services will be Sunday |at 3 p.m. at Kempton Christian Church with Rev. Luke Martin. of I Kokomo; officiating. Burial willjbe at Kempton Cemetery. Friends may call at McMullan-Rude Funeral Home in Kempton after 7 p.m. Friday or one hour prior to services at the sands of dollars worth of foodstuffs' J bar supplies, gifts and other items at inflated prices from a company some of them had |formed. The company was identified as Marmed, Inc., incorporated at Fullerton, Calif. Wooldridge was accused in the indictments of receiving .kickbacks! in varying amounts totaling $23,000. Other shareholders in the company indicted were- M.SgL William H. Higdon, Redstone . Arsenal, Ala.; Sgt. l.C. Narvaez Hatcher, retired; Sgt. l.C. Seymour j Lazar, retired, and Theodore "Sam" Bass, a civilian vho 'had served as a noncommissioned officer in the Array. Also' indicted were Sgt. l.C. William; O. Bagby, Fort Shatter,: Hawaii, and Charles and Irene Terhune, civilians. church. The deceased was born in Tipton County June 1, 1885, the daughter of Samuel B. and Anna (Rhodes) Hoover. She was married June 7, 1902 to CrrviU/john- son who preceded her in death March 31, 1959. She was a member- of the Kempton Christian Church. Surviving are Mrs. Ernest (Madge) . Hill, Frankfort; Mrs. Ray (Mildred) Alderson, Kempton; Mrs. Belle Cardwell, Kokomo; 13 grandchildren andCl7 great-grandchildren. Hospital News WED., FEB. 17, 1971 ADMISSIONS: Grace Gallichan Kirklin; Carl E; Clem Windfall; Stratton Miller, Tipton; Howard • A. Dye, Peru; Madonna Myers, Tipton; Janice Woods, Tipton; Yvonne Sfocker Tipton; Donald" Holton, Windfall; FrderickHiatt, Tipton. DISMISSALS: Donald Burns, Tipton; William Duncan, Sharpsville; Roy Oakes, Swayzee; Joyce Higginbottom & Infant, Kokomo; Hubert Ball, Greentown. BIRTH: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Martin, Kokomo;- Boy born February 17 at 2:59.a.m. i _ flH^k £ 675-4300 NOW THRU SATURDAY Each Feature Shown Once Tonight THE 2 BIGGEST BONDS OF ALL SEAN > CONNERY isJAMES BOND FARMERS LO^ at Your • . ; • . j -I- Friendly: Bank •• ' r I. • ' FARMERS LOAN & TRUST COMPANY 110 E. Jeff. St. Tipton, Indiana tarrjing World-F Electronic I Pu -- SUN. - M0N. - TUES. Cont. Slunday Starting At 2:00-4:05 -6:10-8:15 - Doors Close 9:30 Little fauss and Big Haky are hot your Other's heroes. • . ROB<ftTR«DfOAD ^ | miCHflR J.POllflfiD v IITTII FfiUSS SI&HAISV HOW TO ftrour. First, don't wait to read the tags on seed corn. Find out what you. have by contacting your salesman.- Do it now! You may not be getting the N seed you expected, because many salesmen.over- promised last fall. .' His answer tells you where you stand. So you know what decisions you'll have to make—and when. Next, order AIRMAIL EXTRA-FARM JOURNAL'S new,-separately mailed newsletters [on CORN BLIGHT. 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