The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on February 20, 1971 · Page 1
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 1

Tipton, Indiana
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Saturday, February 20, 1971
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HMVl'Li) J. BURTON •A **-- m'£S ASSISTANT I \ : j r AM A/'3T'AT£ LIBRARY I.iJlA-:A?JLI3. ..IflStASA. VOLUME 76 - NO. 43 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS MATTER OCTOBER 4, 1895, AT POST OFFICE IN TIPTON, INDIANA SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1971 SECOND CLASS POSTAGE AT TIPTON, INDIANA 46072 Neil Plonolp Member Of Angus Assoc. 1 Neil Planalp, 14, Tipton, has been granted a junior membership in the American Angus Association at St. Joseph, Missouri, announces Lloyd D. Miller i executive secretary. This new junior membership entitles the member to register purebred Angus at regular membership rates and to the . privileges of the Association until the age of 21. At that time junior members are eligible to convert to lifetime memberships in the Association. There were 138 young people in the United States to receive junior memberships last month. County Events MONDAY . Northern Community School Board will meet at 7:30 p.m. at Tri-CentraL. Cub Scout Pack 592 Blue and .Gold Banquet at Tipton High School cafeteria at 6 p.m. Wildcat Township meeting at Windfall at 7:30 pirn. .Utility Board meeting at 4 p.m. City Council will meet at 2:30 p.m. this week due to the Lincoln Day Dinner being held during the evening. " ; ' Lincoln Day . Banquet, Dean Butz speaker, Monday, Feb. 22 at 4 -H Building 6:30 p.m. TUESDAY Rotary Club valentine party and business meeting starting at 6 p.m. at Lutheran Church. Kiwanis Club meeting in Room Six A at Six Acres. A surprise program will be presented. Kempton Town Board will meet at the Fire Barn at 7:30 p.m. Sharpsyille Legion Auxiliary will meet - WEDNESDAY A Swine Clinic will be held at Tipton 4 -H and Community Building at 9:30 a.m.; Tipton Lions Club .will meet at Lions Club House and Windfall Masonic Lodge will meet at Wind- tall. | i THURSDAY A Farm Program meeting open to the public will be held at 1:30 p.m. at Tipton 4 -H and Community Building; Lincoln PTA will meet at 7:30 p.m.;' Windfall Lions Club will meet for their regular meeting.. • ... ...... Jj Reflections— Just one week ago, Tipton County was under a snow blanket which ; created traffic'problems as well as other problems to citizens of the community. But as Indiana is known, a warm up came and the rains came, melting the snow, leaving lakes of water across , • the county and soft roads which are becoming even a bigger problem than the snow drifts. Pictured above is the park pavilion and surroundings as they are reflected in the pool of water caused by melting snow and heavy rains this past week. . 1 (Photo, by Jim Heaton) Sectional Ticket Names Drawn Tipton High School Athletic director John Moses released the names of more than 450 persons drawing Section Ticket opportunities to buy the $4 booklets next Monday Night in the Tipton High school principal's office between 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. The names drawn were from season ticket stubs filled out and deposited with school officials. Only the person whose name is drawn or of the immediate family will be permitted to pick up the tourney booklet. One booklet covers the four Frankfort tourney session, all at night. A reserve list for tickets has been drawn and any tickets not claimed and purchased Monday night will be sold to the reser- ' ve list. School official will contact names of persons on the reserve list on booklets left over from Monday night's sale. The drawn list is as follows: Kenneth Achenbach, -.-.< Elmer Adair, Eldon . Allen, Kenneth. Altherr, Linda Altherr, Ruth Altherr, Danny Anderson, Rhonda Anderson, Bill Ayers, Gretchen Badgley, Eugene Barr, Lucille Barr, Chriss Baxter, Dirk Baxter, Mike Baxter, Don Bear- Irvin Beard, Wilma Beard, Charlotte Beeson, James Beeson, Vicky Beeson, Barry Bergman Charles Bergmaan, Doug Bergman, Ernest Berg­ man, Missy Bergman, Joyce Bills, Robert Bills, Carlos Bockover, Norma Bockover, Tim Booher, Barry Bouse, Brad Bowling, Mike Bowling Sharon Bowling, Charlene Boyd, David Boyd, Dianna Boyd, Harold Boyd, Randy Boyd, Chuck Brewer, Dennis Brunk, Cheryl Brayant, Dennis Bryant,. Ruth Bryant, C. S. Burden, Pat Burden, Linda Burris, Martha Burris, Alberta Burton, Debra Burton, Douglas Burton, Edwin E. Burton, Edwin J. Burton, Jerry Burton, Judith Burton, Scott Burton, Jeff Butler, George Burner, Roger Butner, Dick Cage, Evelyn Cage, Betty (Continued on page six) Third House FoUl* CoUlltV StlldeiltS "Third House" session, sponsored by Tipton Chamber of Commerce has been cancelled for Saturday due to the legislature going, into Saturday sessions at the State House. The Directors of Chamber: of Commerce expressed their appreciation for the interest and support shown by interested citizens of the community during the past "Third House" meetings. Pledged At Purdue Four Tipton County students were among 458 co-eds pledged to 15 social sororities after a five day formal rush program at Purdue University. The num-. ber is 12 shy of last year's total of 468. procedure. The program began in the be- „ At the first-stage, informal tween-semesters break, when. "coke" parties, rushees talked 623. girls registered to rushformer publisher of the Pitts-ywo- attended a-convocation which ac- men. Refreshments—sundaes or quainted them with formal rush milk shakes at evening parties, and juice and rolls in the morning—were served, and entertainment ranged from informalsing- ing of sorority songs^and folk songs to skits. " Under fiaSltellenic Council rules, each rushes couldaccepta maximum of five informal party invitations. Later, sororities held formal "suit" parties; each rushee could attend no more than two. (Continued on page, six) Sharpsville Man Shot In Sleep Frank Ticen, 30, of Sharpsyille route 2, is in the.Tipton County Hospital according to the Tipton County Sheriffs office as a result of a .22, caliber rifle wound by an assailant who broke into Ticen's house and shot him in his sleep. Tipton County Sheriff Richard Ziegler was called from the Ticen | home east pf Sharpsville about 6 a.m. Saturday on the shooting report and Ticen told the sheriff that he was sleeping on a couch in his home when he was shot by an unidentified, person who apparently broke into the house without Ticen hearing the intruders. . ! Sheriff Ziegler had Ticen rushed to the Tipton Hospital = where he is a patient but attaches at the hospital could give no report of his condition Saturday morning. | :N Sheriff' Ziegler is making a thorough investigation of this shooting incident. = ! , Sheriff Ziegler reported at 10:30 a.m. today that the .22 caliber bullet went into the left side of Ticen's body just missing the heart and came but his back just below the left shoulder. Ticen was able to get in touch with the Sharpsville Town Marshall, who transported Ticen to the north edge of Tipton where Sheriff Ziegler was waitingand then Ticen was rushed to and admitted to the Tipton Hospital. i More Rain Predicted, By United Press International Another | round of showers was headed for Indiana today, adding to some minor flood conditions iri . bash River basins, the White and Wa- The precipitation probability ranged up to 40 per cent for today upstate and to 60 per cent downstate Sunday.. Many • points recorded about (Continued on page five) . Ten Found Guilty In! City Court Fri. Local Students Attend Leadership Conference Eight Tipton High School stu-. dents attended the Sixth Annual High School Leadership Conference in Camel today. Attending were Marsha Gaugler, Cynee Moeller, Ellen Cage, Camilla Hinshaw, Dawn Smith, Paris Fakes, Greg Little, Steve Koors, Linda Lambert and faculty member, Don Sherman. The 1971 .Conference featur-. ed, Honorable William D. Ruckr elhaus, Director of the Environmental Protection Agency of the United States and former Assistant to the United States Attorney General, \ appointed by President Richard Nixon. Honorable Nicholas Johnson, Commissioner of the Federal Communications Commission and author of "How To Talk Back To Your Television Set." Honorable W. Beverley Carter, Jr. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs and Farm Program Meeting Set For February 25th Carl V. Fishback, Executive Director of the Tipton County ASCS Office, reports a public meeting is scheduled for February 25 in the Tipton County 4 -H and Community Building at 1:30 p.m. at which ASCS personnel will present slides and explanations of the Agricultural Act of 1970. This is the Act under which the 1971 Feed Grain and Wheat Programs will be operated. Also, at this meeting the Rural Environmental Assistance Program (REAP) will be discussed. This program was formerly known as Agricultural Conservation Program (ACP). REAP is an extension and expansion of ACP with greater emphasis on rural-urban, cooperation, and. on practices.^with direct benefits to the pubfl&* AH county farmers, civic leadr- ers, businessmen and the general public are invited and encouraged to attend this meeting. Local ASCS personnel with the assistance of State and District officials will be in attendance at the Farm Program explanation meeting February 25, Tipton County 4 -H and Community Building at 1:30 p.m. burgh Courier chain of newspa- (Cbntinued on page f jve) Tipton City Court Judge Glenn Boyer Thursday found 10 persons charged with traffic and other violations,. guilty of the charges' and assessed fines and .court cbs 'ts as follows: Jesse L. Hamj 23, Tipton, $31,25; Leonard Li ' [Tragesser, 27,. Rush-. vitle, $26125; Larry W.' Johnson, 18, Tipton, .$29.25; Ronald Lamb, .28, Greentown, $30.25; Judie J. 20, Tyner, $30.25; He'ndrick. 16, Frankton, $36.25; JRobert L. Ehman, Kokomo, $29.25; Robert Davis, 44 : Windfall, j$34; William Davis, 17, Elwood $36.25; and Robert Biberstine, Monon, Ind., $29.25. Williams, Keith" In addition three cases' were taken under advisement and one case was dismissed. Six Arrests Six traffic arrests were made by area State Troopers this week, and cited to Tipton City Court. Those cited are: Gene Oscar Foreman, .38, White Pigeon, Mich., exceeding speed limit; Theodore C. Anderson, 30, Kokomo, speeding; Lester O. Ellis, 25, Indianapolis, speeding; James T. Garland, 28, Indianapolis, speeding; and Claude R. Marsh, 38, Muncie, no operators license. Marshall Gradutes At Law Enforcement Academy Jichard L. Stout; Town Marsh il at Windfall, is a member of the seventh graduating class of the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy. Marshal Stout was accepted as a member of the class on the recommendation of E. J. Browning, president of the Windfall Town Board, j Graduation ceremonies will be held at 11:30 a.m., Friday, February 19, in the Lobby of the State Office Building, Indianapolis, marking the completion of an intensive six-week training course. for county, city, town and university police officers. • Fifty-eight (58) | law enforcement officers from throughout Indiana were selected to attend the seventh session. These men have completed course work and field problems that have acquainted them with the most modern skills and techniques available! to law! enforcement. , " I. •• l,i • ••• ' The intensive two hundred forty (240) hour course included coverage in such areas as criminal and traffic law and procedure; fingerprinting; accident investigation; catastrophy control; civil disorder control; blockades; narcotics and dangerous drugs; police-community relations; use of firearms; and, modern investigative techniques and police lab­ oratory work. Herman H. Freed, Executive Director J of the. Academy, commented that the seventh session of the I Academy has again been most helpful as it has provided an opportunity to evaluate • the curriculum, instructional techniques, equipment and facility needs which will be used when Indiana has its own Law Enforcement Academy. Sr.v X Marshall Richard L. Stout Rep. To Visit is ton Heart Fund— Seeking contributions for the Tipton County Heart Fund by giving a balloon with each contribution are the following volunteers, left to right, Debbie Oldham, Cathy Barnette, Nancy Roe, VIcki Hungate, Cathy Cheeke, Debbie Beeson, Mrs. Richard Smith and Maxine Baylift, members of THS Health Careers Club. These eight volunteers braved Friday evening's rainy weather and to gather funds in Tipton's > business section. Several more volunteers were not present for the picture due to heavy rain. (Staff Photo by Eldon Cage) Tipton County Republican Central Committee Chairman Rich- Regnier has received word Fifth District Representa- Elwood Hillis of Kokomo- attend the Tipton County Lincoln Day Dinner Monday night at the Tipton County 4 -H Building. Other celebrities, State and District may be able to attend the Feb. 22 celebration at Tipton. Joe O'Banion and his family of musical artists will furnish, the dinner music and the Tipton High School Young Originals will render a number of songs after the dinner/ j aird that tive will Some additional volunteer help will be needed at the 4 -H Building Monday afternoon to assist the decorating committee prior to the. Lincoln Day Banquet, committeemen said. Dean Butz of Purdue University will be the major speaker at the Monday night celebration. Any person desiring to attend the function should contact one of the City GOP officers or Republican County officers no later than Saturday night. Too, tickets may be purchased from Richard Regnler; Jeanette Moree, Virginia Hoover and Phil Smith, j Girls State-- fri Kappa Sorority announced today that Camilla Hinshaw and Linda Lambert have been selected as delegates to attend themdiana Girls State Conference scheduled for June 13 to June 20. The two Tipton High School students were selected on the basis of grades, personality, citizenship, etc. by members of the HighSchool faculty^ Tri Kappa Sorority sponsors the project and aids the students attending Girls State from Tipton. Pictured above are left to right: Mrs. Katie Schmith, Kappa Mrs. Carol Simmons, Kappa Kappa jKalppa treasurer. Janet Riffe and Lori Mattingly. Kappa Kappa president; Miss Hinshaw, Miss Lambert and In second row are Girls State alternates, (Staff Photo by Margaret Hinkle)

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