The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on February 23, 1971 · Page 1
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HA:V.)LD J. BURTON AlUiil/iS A33I3TAMT I:;DIA::A STATS LIBRARY l:i;)IA::A ?JLI3, INDIANA VOLUME ?e - NO. 4-5 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1971 10£ PER COPY 45$ PER WEEK ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS MATTER OCTOBER 4, 1895, AT POST OFFICE IN TIPTON, INDIANA SECOND Gil ASS POSTAGE AT TIPTON, INDIANA 46072 Good Luck To Our Tipton Blue Tipton Blue Devils Dan York, Joe Achenbach, Front row (1-r) Bill Sullivan, Gordon Burris, Jeff Johns and John Hughey. Second row (1-r) Jeff City Council Meeting Juday, Mike Jackson, Jerry Cage, Tim Clouser, Bob Richardson and Jim York. Not in photo but on tourney team is Mark Enneking, 6-4 Sophomore. ! Land Purchased For New One-Way Alley Ordinance windfall Telephone Office To Undergo Further Study City Council met Monday afternoon for their regular meeting and to consider passage of ordinances 311 and 312 concern- ing.one-way traffic. The councilmen voted 1 to approve ordinance 311 making Court Street one-way south on the third and final reading. Notice of date the ordinance goes into effect will be announced later by City Council. Parking arrangements for Court Street were discussed and it was decided to leave parking as it now stands with possible changes later. Mayor Ray Rench read two letters from some local citizens who requested that Ordinance 312 be reconsidered. The ordinance calls for making the alley between Main street and West Street one-way south to the intersection of that alley with the alley between Jefferson and Madison streets. The letters stated that it was felt the alley should be made one-way all the way through instead of just to. the intersection. Councilmen discussed the possibility and considered the heavy flow of traffic in that area as well as the narrow width of the alley. It was decided to study the situation further before coming to a vote on the matter. Many complaints 'and criticisms have been brought to the attention of City Council in regard to the *No left turn' sign at the Jim ..Dandy Drive-in. Individuals have aired complaints that this sign is not enforced and have questioned, why. According to the councilmen, the sign was erected- without the authorization from the State. Since the sign concerns traffic on the State Highway (Road 28), city and county law officers have no authority to enforce the sign until the State gives approval for its enforcement. It is unknown as to who placed the sign up since neither the state nor the city have made it illegal to make the left turn. However, the coun-, cilmen are studying the possibility of easing traffic congestion by stopping all left hand turns except at intersection and alleys. The State must first be notified and give consent to enforce any such ruling before the city can act with authority due to some of the areas being located on State Roads. City claims numbers 115 to 137 (Continued on page six) Extended telephone service was discussed by two representatives of the telephone company serv- Two Plead Guilty To Thifd Degree Burglary Charge uien / Dtvey Utility Board Opens Bids On Chlorination Facility Members of the Tipton Utility Board Monday afternoon opened eight sealed bids on an advertised project for the City of Tipton on the Tipton, Utilities Board for New Chlorination facilities. Following the opening of the bids and reading of each contractor's bid the items were tabled to be reviewed and analyzed for a decision at a later date. The contractors and low bids were as follows: Bowen Engineering Inc., $83,100; Avco Con-: struction, Inc., $85,845; Evans Construction Co., Inc., $79,405; Owren Kirklin & Sons, $118,011; The Huguenard Corp. Alternate bid only of $89,783; Interstate Piping Inc., $83,830; Hernly Bros.- Inc., $87,371; and Peer- continued on page' six) NOTICE Mrs. Dallas Burkett, route 2, was taken to University Hospital in Indianapolis Monday afternoon in critical con- jdition. She was first admitted ito Tipton County Memorial Hospital and later transferred to St. Joseph Hospital in Kokomo before being taken to| Indianapolis. Two -lyisdfa!: Prince, 28, and David Long, ZZ : were re-arraigned Monday in Tipton Circuit Court on theless^ er charge of Third degree Burglary by the Tipton County Prosecutor's Office and the pair then pleaded guilty to the charge. The Court then found the two guilty as the plea and Judge Fred Surber took the case under pre-sentence investigation. Originally Prince and Long were charged with second degree burglary of the Tri-Central High School. Feb. 7, 1971 in a .warrant. A third suspect in the burglary and damage of $2000 to the Tri-Central building was Willard Brown, 29, of Windfall who was charged with accessory to second degree burglary.. Prince and Long" were held on $5000 bonds and Brown's bond was set at $2000. . Agricultural Outlook Session Planned Farmers and Agri-businessmen are invited to an Agricultural Outlook .1971-72 session •Wednesday,; March 3, 8:00 p.m. at the Rochester High School, Rochester, Indiana. J. H. "Bill" Uhrig will be leading the discussion with new information direct from Wash-; ington, D.C. where he has been attending sessions with U.S.D.A. economists. Whether your interests are hogs, dairy, fertilizer, feed, beef, grain . crops or chemicals you. will be given a chance to update your information for planning ahead in your business. According to Frank H. Miller, Management Agent, this is an area emphasis meeting, you are welcome. ^ Front row (1-r) Cub Scouts Darrell Griggs, Dwayne Speer and Jim ZeU. Back row (1-r) Cedric Dunkerly, Kikthawenund Council Executive, and David Speer, Scout adult leader, photoed at the beginning of the Annual Tipton Troop 590 Blue and Gold Dinner at the Tipton High School cafeteria Monday night. Behind the main subjects are parents and youth in serving line filling plates with food from the tables. More than 175 persons attended this Scout function. ' (Staff Photo by Eldon Cage) By mater Tipton Junior High Cloud type - clear Present temperature - 30 Maximum temperature - 49 Minimum temperature • 29 Wind Direction - South Wind Velocity - 9 mph Relative Humidity - 84% Precipitation - 1" snow Barometer Reading • 29.58 falling Forecast - Windy, colder ing Windfall at the Wildcat town-' shjp 7 Discussion and Planning - session Monday evening at the Windfall Community Building. Land has been purchased for a new building. Equipment order has been approved. Construction of new facilities will begin March first, with a completion date and begin of new ser. vice in January 1972. Windfall patrons will have free service to Tipton, Elwood, Greentown 1 and Kokomo. The Windfall group thanked, the representatives for their program and urged the company to extend the free service to Sharpsville, especially due to the school operation. Sidney Legg, chairman of the Windfall group, presided at the meeting. He and the. other, officers were reelected for thfecom- ing year: Jackie Miller, vice chairman and Mrs. Lowell Rush, secretary. '• • • Progress of the installation of a railroad signal on the Sharps- ville-WindfaU road was discussed by Miller and Legg. A copy of a contract for installation of a signal was reviewed by those . present. Pat Cline, editor of the TIPTON TRIBUNE, discussed "Drug' Abuse and Parent Concern". She stated that during the past two and a half years she has become quite interested in the drug movement from % a newspaper stand point. There are some 150-200 users of drugs in Tipton County according to reports from offi- (Continued on page six) Livestock Breeder Banquet Planned 32nd annual Tipton County Livestock Breeders Association banquet will be held Wednesday evening, March 10, at the 4-H and Community Building, south of Tipton. Trophies, placques, medals, recognition, etc. will be made during the program. Tony Mason, defensive coach, of Purdue University will present his inspiring address. He has had a very successful career as a handler of young men in Ohio, Michigan, and Indiana. He has presented his message to many groups in the UA • "Livestock Champions of 1970" trophies, medals of Gold Medal Clubs, etc., will be honored during the evening. Hall of Fame portraits will be presented to the association for hanging in the livestock Hall of Fame. Tickets tor the banquet are available from the officers and directors of the association and at the County Extension Office. These include Ralph Bishop, Jack A. Smith, Kenneth Newcom, Francis Harlow, Don Orr, Phil Ripberger, Kenneth DeWitt, Charles. Eltzroth, Tom Crouch, Paul Dawson, BiU Ayres, James Klrkendall, Maurice Ploughe, Mike Swinford and Doyle Hobbs. Explodes By BERT WvOKULEY SAIGON (UPI)-Fifty American jet fighter-bombers hit • missile positions inside North Vietnam over the weekend in an effort to keep the Communists from firing on U.S. B52s Thirteen Traffic Arrests Reported .Three traffic speeding arrests were made by area, state troopers over tlie weekend onU,S. 31 Cited to Tipton City Court were Gary M, Bolinger, 18, of South; Bend; William A. Bertram, -36, of Indianapolis; and Terry A. Funk* 16, of Plymouth. ; Also, on the City report was the citing of Robert L. Day, 18, of Tipton, to City court on a speeding charge issued by City Policeman Wayne Luttrell. Indiana State Trooper D.R. Davis reported the following speeding arrests made over the past few days: Edward L. Burris, 22, Indianapolis, speeding 79 miles per hour . in a 65 mile zone Friday at 4:35 p.m. on U.S. 31; Harry O. Sutton, 20, Kokomo, ' (Continued on page six) Nine Killed As Helicopter Near Tay Ninh bombing • the! Ho Chi Minn supply trail, the U.S. command saicl today. . ,[ Spokesmen i "said the raids, each lasting a full hour, were carried out j by 20 jets on Saturday and. 30 more on Sunday. They! hit surface-to-air missile sites and other antiaircraft : positions "near the Lactian bordejr below the 19th. parallel." I . Results of j the strikes were not' announced, but' spokesmen said no American planes were sho down. | In South Vietnam, Lt. Gen. Do j Cap Trij the flamboyant commander of South Vietnamese forces, in Cambodia, was killed today when his helicopter exploded while taking off near Tay j Ninh. The much-decorated general was tlie highest-ranking officer killed in the war. the fine 'Other chopper also died, including persons aboard New sweek correspondent Francois Sully. There were reports some were American' officers but I the report was not confirmed. . | Silly, a French citizen who hadj first come to Indochina in Lincoln, Nixon Compared by Dean of Purdue About 350 Tipton County and area Republican and Independent Monday night heard Dr. Earl Butz compare President Richard^ix- Dolon Elected President Of Businessmen's Association Morris Dolan was elected to serve as president of Tipton - Businessmen's Association for the coming year at their regular meeting this week.' Other officers will be selected at a later, date. !•• The three principal promotions planned by the Association for this year are Sidewalk Days, Tipton County Pork Festival and Christmas. March 30 > will be the kick-off dinnerfor the Third Annual Pork Festival. The Association agreed to purchase additional Christmas deer orations for the city and recondition the present decora^ tions. Administration with that of Abriham ^Lincoln's Presidential Adm inistrations at the Annual Tiptan CountyJLincoln Day Banquet held in the Tipton County 4-H Building. [ Dr. Butz said that both Lincoln! and Nixon inherited-a divided nation and jbqth haying been born] poor of money but rich in ' ability and national admiration worked diligently to resolve the greajt problems. Lincoln followed his dictates 'in what'he opined to bjs- right and Nixon is doing the lame, Butz stated. : The Dean of Purdue University challenged all Republicans to become involved in their party, the party that looks for a common ground not conimon differences. . He said too, that our nation is the land of the Free and the Home of j the Brave and that our country's inheritant philosophy is to worH and produce not to mismanage and waste. He inserted many| witicisms in his address and top recognized Nettie Foster the 9JB year old Tipton woman, who has voted in 50 consecutive Gen- (Continuedonpage six) 1947 as a tea planter, was taken from the wreckage alive but later died of his injuries. The helicopter exploded for unknown reasons about 100 feet off the ground while taking off from Trang Lon Airfield one mile north of Tay Ninh,-which is 55 miles northwest of Saigon near the Cambodian border. The latest strikes, the U.S. command said, "were initiated (Continued on page six) Youths Given Suspended Sentences On Drug Charges Three. Elwood youths were given suspended sentences Friday after they entered pleas of guilty to possession of narcotic drugs in Madison Superior court, • Tim Griffith, 23. Greg Ponder, 18 and Philip Welches 20, all of Elwood. were each fined $1 and costs and given two 10-year suspended sentences in the Indiana State Reformatory by Judge Paul Schrenker, _The three were arrested by Indiana State police last December along with an Elwood girl, Maureen Fettig, 18, who's case is still pending. County Events TUESDAY Rotary Club valentine party and business meeting starting at 6 p.m. at Lutheran Church. Kiwanis Club meeting in Room Six A at Six Acres. A surprise program will be presented. . Kempton Town Board will meet at the Fire Barn at 7:30 p.m. Sharpsville Legion Auxiliary will meet. Madison Township Community Discussion meeting will be held, at Hobbs School tonight at 7:30 p.m. - WEDNESDAY • A Swine Clinic will be held at Tipton 4-H and Community* Building at 9:30 a.m.; Tipton Lions Club will meet at Lions Club House' and Windfall Masonic Lodge will meet at Windfall. THURSDAY A Farm Program meeting open to the public will be held at 1:30 p.m. at Tipton 4-H and Community Building; Lincoln PTA will meet af 7:30 p.m.; Windfall Lions Club will meet for their regular meeting. Trio Lincoln Shadows Over Butz, speaker, Tipton-Howard County Representative Elwood Hillis of Kokomo County Lincoln Day Dinner Monday Silhouette of Abraham Lincoln wit$ near, heads of trio. . About 350 Lincoln Day festive. ' night j of Republican Leaders— ( L-R ) Dr. Eari Joint Representative Harry Foreman, and Fifth District conversing'" just after the meal of the Annual Tipton at the Tipton County 4-H Building, stove-pipe hat pinned to 4-H Building stage curtain looms Republicans and Independent voters attended the Monday nieht (Staff Photo by Eldon Cage)

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