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VOLUME 75 t NG. 356 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1969 10c PER COPY 45c PER WEEK ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS MATTER OCTOBER 4. 1895. AT POST OFFICE IN TIPTON- INDIANA SECOND CLASS POSTAGE AT TIPTON, INDIANA 46072 Blue Devil's Bewitch Central By G#egg Treffinger Ken Day, Darrell JElston, Mike Grimme, Jeff Neff and Rod Miller had one Idea in mind when they took the floor against Clinton Central Saturday: put the basketball in the hoop about 103 points worth to wallop Clinton Central 103-65. The Blue - Devils started off fast leading 16-7 within four minutes. Neff, Elston and Miller led the way by shooting and rebounding the Blue Devils into a 29-13 first period margin. In the second canto the Blue Devils were pressed by Central but Elston, Day, Grimme, Miller, Legg and Neff still responded; gathering 18 points and a . 47-30 halftime lead. The third quarter had a change 'of events as Central pressed full court using R. Kingery and D. Guffy in the backcourt and R. CLark, R. Kingery and M. Crum in the forecourt.' At 5:06 Central collected its first foul since the first] canto. Rod Miller fouled out after scoring five points; being sited with the fifth - one at 4:35. Elston made his rebounding felt as he crashed both boards during the quarter for a 76-57 margin at the.third quarter buzzer. Early in canto four the Tipton fans started chanting "We want , 100!" So the Blue Devils went to work fast behind Neff, Juday and Day and'sparked by Elston's shots and rebounding in the lane. At 2:18 Juday's driving lay- up brought the Tipton score to'- 95. And with only 1:55 remaining Grimme bobbled a pass for what could have meant the 100th and 101st points. Grimme made up for it at 1:01" by popping a field goaf for 100 points. Tin,. Hoover, Bob Richardson, Jim York, John Wolf and Mike Zimmerman came into the contest for Tipton. The score was 101-65. Elston fouled out shortly there after after totaling 25 points and 17 rebounds. At the 0:03 : mark a Tipton foul shot made the final score Tipton 103,' Clinton Central 65. Fg Ft Pf Total Grimme 5 . 2 3 12 Neff 9 0 .4 18 Zimmerman 1 0 3 2 Southeastern 85 H Heights 69 Southeastern handed Hamilton Height's _ Huskies an 85 to 89 defeat Friday evening with Roudebush leading his team with a total poiqt spread of 23, closely followed by Matlock, a teammate, with 22. Top scorer for the evening was McCdskey of the Huskies "with a 25 point total. Southeastern scored a total of 35 field goals, compared to 22 for Hamjilton Heights. Heights led from |fie foul line with 25, to Southeastern's 15. Both teams were even ph fouls with 21 each. Heights FG FT F TP Stout 7 5 4 19 .1 ~G FT F TP Johnson 2 0 2 4 . McCoskeyib 5 4 $5 Landrum 6 0 5 12 Morgan . 8 6 3 16 Broyles 1 1 4 3 Hiatt , 0 2 0 2 Harding 3 1 3 7 Russell 0 0 5 0 Wilcox 3 0 3 6 Leonard 2 2 4 6 Roberts 2 0 5 4 Thomas' 0 3 1 3 Lacy - 0 1 1 1 House 2 3 2 7 Spalding 6 0 3 0 Meyerrose 0 2 0 2 H inkle 0 0 1 0 Daugherty 3 2 1 1? TOTALS 22 25 21 . 69 Northwestern Southeastern FG FT F TP FG FT T TP Smith 1 1 5 3 Roudebush 9 5 1 23 Yoder ' 0 4 1 4 Matlocke 11 0 4 22 Reed 10 5 2 25 .Musselman5 . 2 5 12 Kaiser 13 ' 10 4 36 Messersjnith 2 4. 0 8 Richardson4 4 1 12 Cleveland 4 4 4 12 Fereen 1 0' 1 2 Booth 3 0 1 6 Cook 0 0 0 0 Frakes 0 0 3 0 Biesch 1 2 3 4 Males 1 0 2 2 Bennett 2 0 1 4 Hendricks 0. 0 . 1 0 ' TOTALS 35 15 21 85 Refs: 'Muncy and Benecke Day Elston Legg Miller Juday 11 12 4 2 2 .5 I 2 1 0' CLINTON CENTRAL Fg Ft 3 27 . kingery .6 11 1 23 5 25 Neal 2 0 1 4 ' 3 10 . Guffy 4 2 0 10 5 5 Kingery.D.5 2 1 .12 0 4 Clark 1 1 2 3 Crum 4 0 1 8 Crum, G. 0 3 0 3 Pf Total Grant 0 2 0 2 Storm Moves Away From Landing Area ABOARD USS HORNET (UPI)—A tropical storm moved away from the prime recovery • area for Apollo 12 Friday and weather experts aboard the carrier Hornet said the conditions would be "satisfactory" for Monday's splashdown in the Pacific Ocean. The prime recovery ship planned a dress rehearsal today of Monday's exeFcise. The Manned Spacecraft Center in. Houston and the Pacific Recovery Task Force at Pearl Harbor also lanned to take part in the rehearsal drill. A tropical storm posed a threat to the recovery zone earlier .this week. Meteorolo- Marion-Adams 64 Windfall 53 The Windfall Dragons lost to Marion-Adams by a 64-53 score Friday evening. No further details were obtainable at press • time by the Tribune, due to •difficulty in reaching the correspondent Saturday morning. Northwestern 90 Sharpsville 56 Phil Lineback Sharpsville Correspondent •Rugged Northwestern scored at least 20 points in each quar- . ter Friday night as Sharpsville got bumped by a 90-56 count. Northwestern placed three in double figures with Kaiser leading the scoring with 36, followed by Reed with 25 and Richardson with 12. ^ For losing Sharpsyille-Prai- rie M. Stout scored 19 and G. Landrum 12. Sharpsville also committed 31 fouls. The referees were Muncy and Benecke. Sharpsville's reserve team lost 27-25. ; Sharpsville-Prairie gists aboard the Hornet said it had never appeared as if the storm would • move into the area, but they admitted such storms were "very unpredicta-. ble." Circuit Court Has Robbery Hearings Roger Stout" and Carey Lawson of Sharpsville pleaded guilty Friday in .Tipton Circuit Court to charges of second degree burglary of three Sharpsville establishments. Both men are being confined in Tipton County jail with bond set at $5,000 for each. • Stout and Lawson were apprehended early Tuesday following break-ins at Kincaid Grocery Store, Carter Grocery Store and American Legion Home. • Stanley M." Herbert, attorney, was appointed as pauper attorney by Tipton Circuit Court in the case of State of Indiana vs. William Alvin Mooneyflan. Mooneyhan is-charged on tn^ee assaults and battery counts with bond fixed at $1000 for one charge and $500 for each of the other two charges. He is being confined in Tipton County jail. Teddy Wayne Porter was granted an absolute divorce from Esther Louise Porter in Circuit Court. The defendent, Esther Louise Porter was granted custody of the four minor children. In the case of State of Indiana . vs. Leroy Smallwood, the de fendent was sentenced to the Indiana State Reformatory for a period of not less than two or more than five years. His sentence was suspended upon the condition the defendent violate no laws of Indiana during said period. In the case of Allen Kent Kurtz vs. Mary Smith Kurtz, the plaintiff was granted. an absolute divorce. • . . The . case -of State of Indiana vs. Wayne c.olden was continued to June 1, 1970. Golden is charged with theft, disorderly conduct, public intoxication and assault and battery. WALK FOR CHARITY LONDON (UPI)-David Ryder, 21, crippled by polio when he was two years old, said Friday he will walk across the United States next summer to raise money for charity. Ryder, who credits his long walks for. helping •"'c recovery from polio, walked the length of Britain on .crutches and leg braces last . summer to raise $4,800 for a fund for the disabled. WELCOME DELUGE BELGRADE (UPI) - Yugoslavs rejoiced today at the cold, steady rain they hoped would break a drought threatening the nation's power'supply. Lack of rain has lowered the level of rivers and thereby cut the power produced by hydroelectric stations throughout the country. Weathermen said more rain was due next week. Break In Water Main; NASSAU BAY, TEX.: Wearing identical outfits and'carrying signs reading "Proud", "Thrilled", and "Happy", the wives of the three'Apollo 12 crewmen meet the press following the successful return to the command module in lunar orbit of the lunar lander November 20. Mrs. Sue Bean 910, Mrs. Barbara Gordon (C) and Mrs. Jane Conrad carried the signs to answer newsmen's questions as'to how they felt about the. mission. UPI TELE PHOTO Action Taken On Tile Drains NEWS- IN BRIEF' Tipton County Drainage Board .met in the Commissioners Room to consider various tile drain hearings. Minutes of the following meetings were read and approved: M.A. Hannah (Drain), James ,L. Carter (Drain), William J, Essig (Drain), Elmira Cook (Drain), Irvin Meyers (Drain), O'Dell Mclntire (Drain), Order and findings for maintenance and certificates of assessments for maintenance were signed for the above drain with the exception of O'Dell Mclntire (Drain). R. E. Mitchell discussed the cost of construction of the Cooper-White Drain and it was voted to advertise for bids for the construction of the | drain and proceed with the work if the suitable bid' was accepted. A maintenance fund was approved for j the John L. Masters etal Tjile drain, Mitchell discussed its upkeep and main-. tenance. it was vested'- to remove the kcreage of the Nor-' folk and Vfestern Railrdad and set up a Ijund of 50 cents per acre on the^ Masters drain. . Action was delayed in the establishment! of ,he J 9 nn Fleishman etal Tile Driih after a discussion on the maintenance fund. It was voted to delay the action until an I agreement could be .reached between West Elwood residents aritf landowners involved.. ! large Crowd Expected For Farm-City Approximately 250 persons are expected to attend the third annual" Farm and. City Night Monday at the Tipton 4-H and Community Building. Aporkbarbe- que dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. followed by a program of variety and humor. Citizens of the community will join together in another celebrar tion featuring the pork industry. Members of local civic organization, towns people and farm residents will share in the event. Members of Joe O'Banion family will provide dinner music. Farm Bureau Board! members. Farm Bureau Insurance office, Rotary Club!, Lion's Club, Kiwanis Club and county extension office. Those who were not able to acquire tickets earlier, may purchase them at the door JMonday night. j' U.S. RAPS ISRAEL WASHINGTON (UPI) - The • State Department has criticized . as : ; "collective punishment" Israel's. destroying the homes, of. persons who allegedly refused to cooperate i with its efforts to t rack down. Arab guerrillas The ; United | States declined Thursday to sign a United Nations resolution to the same effect because the. State Department felt "it was - too narrowly . worded. The new statement was" released Fridav. ADMIT CAMBODIA ATTACK WASHINGTON (UPI) —A formal protest, that American and South Vietnamese forces shelled and] bombed a post within Caobodian territory has been acknowledged at the State Department, j Cambodia's note, a . spokesman said Friday, charged that [56 of its men were missing and asked that the United States provide compensation and take steps .to stop such attacks. J JUMBOS .No! -SAVING WASHINGTON . (UPI) — A via-, tion's new 400-passenger jumbo jetliner will not bring any immediate fare cuts, according to a staff study by the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB).- " The study indicated the. • INDIANAPOLIS UPI - Thousands of persons living and working in 28 square miies in the heart of Indiana's'largest city boiled their drinking water to- .day after a break in a water main created a possibility of Contamination.- . Although officials of the Indianapolis Water Co. said there . was '.'only a very, very slight chance of. contamination," Dr. Henry G. Nester, director of the • Marion [County Health and Hospital Corporation, said water should be boiled for at least a day. - - ' Nester said fluoridation would assure a pure-water supply after the one-day period, "Ranger Day" To Honor Ind. Guard Unit . "' "INDIANAPOLIS ( U. P I- ) -" Governor^ Whitcomb proclaimed next Wednesday as-Ranger Day' in Indiana, in honor of Co. D, 151st Infantry-of the Indiana National Guard, which returned Thursday'- from the Vietnam War. . ; Whitcomb greeted the troops Thursday, when they arrived in Louisville after 11 months of day-to-day contact with the ene -i my^ There were-73 men in the returning group. There were originally 204- m;n, but others have . returned or been- transferred. Only two casualties were suffered in action, - The troops will be discharged Tuesday fronv Fort Knox, Ky,„ and take, a bus the following morning for 'more welcoming ceremonies, ~ Whitcomb greeted the men when they arrived in Louisville.. He announced the day in their honor on Friday when he issued . the traditional proclamation for next Thursday as .Thanksgiving Day. \ '••:."« airline . industry would not realize profits from the huge planes "until 1974 and beyond,". It cited two. factors—the high cost of. introducing the plane, and the initial gap between the great number of seats and the amount of passenger traffic available. . ' . •! -. -The break occurred Friday night and disrupted service for nearly three hours to much of Indianapolis. The affected area is bounded by Raymond St, on the south, Rural St..on the east, 30th' . St. on the north and Holt Rd, on the west, *' The break occurred in a 36-. inch' main about 7:15 p,m. EST. - There was no explanation of the cause. Homeowners went thirsty for about three hours; Some restaurants closed, Firemen made only two runs, both false alarms, during 'the period, One hospital" used a supply of distilled water for two artificial kidney, patients when.service was disrupted. 'Beaver 55'Group A dm i ts Bred k-in At Service Off/ ce - LN'DIANAPOLIS "(UPI) - A spokesman for "Beaver-.55" said Friday all eight members'would return Monday to await appearances before' a federal grand jury investigating, the Halloween ransacking of the Marion County selective service" office here, - Paul Mack, 18, Indianapolis, said all eight waited outside the jury chambers all day Friday without-oeing called to testify'. . Mack said he appeared -before the jury, -for about two hours . Thursday, -' .. -"-''. ...Paul. Meadows, identified by ' Mack as a friend of some of" the members, spgnt.most of^the day before the jury. Bond Sales Are Up Mr, Max Suite, Chairman of the Tipton'County U. S, -Savings Bonds Committee has received areport revealing that theCoun-. ty's Savings' Bonds sales for October were $27,482 compared) with $17,064 for.'the.-corres'pond-. . ing period of last year.' $11,550,931 and $11,923,211 for a like period of 1968 — a loss of 3.1. per. cent.- Thirty-nine of Indiana's ninety-two counties reported sales gains'for the month when com- • pared with sales for 1968. Invocation will, be Rev.. D. E. Simpson Methodist Church. given by of Kemp D. Hussong Killed; Kempton Man Hurt Sunny and warmer today. Increasing cloudiness and mild tonight. Slight chance of a shower late tonight and early Sunday. Cloudy Sunday morning, partial A ^eather clearing by afternoon and not quite so warm. High today 58 to 64. Low tonight 38 to 44. High Sunday 48 to 54. Precipitation probability percentages 5 today, 30 tonight and Sunday. TAX INFLATIONARY? PRINCETON, N.J. (UPI)The income tax surcharge may be causing inflation, according to one of President Nixon's economic advisers. Herbert G. Stein said in a speech Friday "The enactment of the surcharge helped to convince the Federal Reserve that mid-1968 was a good time for monetary expansion." Highlight of the evening program will be the appearance of John Acres of Tulsa, Oklahoma; who is well known for his wit and humorous surprises as well as knowledge in the agricultural industry. ' . Vance. York will emcee the- evening program and also show slides entitled, "Founders of Civilization." Films will be shown of the recent Tipton County Pork Festival which are promised to be filled with humor as well as tell the story of a successful venture for the community. . Tickets are available from Two Area Women Will Receive Caps Two i.-ea women will receive their nursing caps at special ce- " remonies Sunday at 3 p.m. at Maple. Crest School auditorium. Dorothy Smith, Tipton and Mrs. Carlen Beatty of Kempton are a- •mong 30 students enrolled inKo- komo Practical Nursing School who will be capped at Sunday's ceremonies. They will then continue their study and training for one year. Director of the School is Geraldine Huber, RN of Kokomo. Mrs. Ruth Freeman of Windfall is an instructor at the school. The five-year old granddaughter of Mr, and Mrs.|Darst Jacobs, 510 Dearborn- St., Tipton, died Friday night of injuries suffered when she ran into the side of a passing auto in front of her home in Howard County while crossing the road to pick up an evening paper from the mailbox, Deborah Hussong, daughter of Edward and Mary Ellen (Jacobs) Hussong, Kokomo, route 6 died at 8:10 p.m. enroute to Riley Hospital in Indianapolis. JDeath was atrributed to a massive head injury, j State Trooper Darrell Needier reported the auto was driven by Darrell H. Scott, 30 of 3703 S. Lea Dr. According to the report, Scott was driving west and 'the child was crossing from the south to the northside of Ind. 26 at 400 West. ; ! Needier reported that the girl ran into the! side of thje car just behind the front wheel well and was thrown off the south side of •the road on impact. | She was taken to Howard Community Hos- . pital by ambulance knd then transferred to Indianapiolis. Funeral Services . Funeral services will be 2 p. m. Monday) at First Baptist Church in Tipton with Rev. Lawrence Hufhand officiating. Burial will be at Fairview Cemetery. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Sunday at Leatherman - Morris Funeral Home. Deborah was born July 24,1964 in Tipton. She was a member of First Baptist Church and attended ' Wray Kindergarten in.Alton. Surviving With the mother and father is a brother, Jeffery Hussong; paternal grandparents, Mr, . and Mrs. Edward Hussong, route 2, Rising Sun;; maternal grandpa-rents, Mr.^and Mrs, Darst Jacobs Tipton; maternal great - grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ruel Good of Hobbs and j Mrs. Fern Phili- pott, of Lebanon, , . Kempton Man Injured' As Deputy [Walter Hough, 27,. 319 W. Monroe St. enroute to scene of the accident with a car driven by Ralph D. White, 36, route 1 Kempton, Hough reported that he "and White were both en route west. when White stopped his auto in the road at the -intersection of Road 300 West. j . White was also taken to Howard Community Hospital, suffering, from possible injury of the left leg and hip, • i PARIS: Henry Cabot Lodge prepares to sit down at Hotel Crillon here 'November 20 and explain to newsmen the'reasons for his resignation as U,S, chief representative, at the Paris Vietnam talkSi The resignation, announced by the White House November 20, said lodge's deputy, Lawrence K.Walsh, also had resigned. UPI CABIEPHOTO . Purdue Golden Girl O n 'rT o Te 11 t h e Truth Purdue University's . "All- American" Marching Band will be heavily represented on a television quiz, show to be taped in New York Tuesday (Nov. 25). Appearing on the sequence of To Tell the Truth will be the band's new Golden Girl, Selita Sue Smith, Sharpsville; the re-. Wright will take along some of : tiring Silver Twins, Janet aud his band recordings.) Joyce Carlson, Cpnstantine, The independently produced Mich;, and Prof. Al G.Wright, ^ show is taped for. delayed broad- director of Purdue bands. casti and no date has been set . ,. for . the showing. In this area, The three featured baton twij- the show appears over WTTV, ers were asked to appear in their Indianapolis, a non-network sta- sequined suits with batons, and tion, at 7:30 p.m. weeknights.