The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 30, 1970 · Page 1
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Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, November 30, 1970
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AS3I3TAMT II A? k OLD STAT2 LI3^Tl ; VOLUME 75, NO. 49 THE TIFTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE ! MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1970 10? FER COPY EEK ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS MATTER; OCTOBER 4, 1895, AT POST OFFICE IN TIPTON. INDIANA SECOND CLASS POSTAGE AT TIPTON, INDIANA 46072 Trojans Win Fifth Straight By Eldon Cage Tribune Sports Editor • Sharpsville-Outstanding clutch play here Friday night by five Tri-Central High School basket- bailers named Modisett, Martin, Cyphers, Harding and Vandiver brought the Trojans from seven points down in the fourth quarter to a last ditch 79-76 win over a tall and talented White's Institute, whose Jim Saylor at 6'9" scored 30 points and is rated as one of the top netters in Indiana High School circles. This win gave Coach John Har- Property Transfers Margaret R. Greengard, Cecil Ebey and Evelyn Marick Kendall, W-D, 11-6-70, No. 8925, PtS W 4, Section 6, Township 21, Range 3.- . •" Cecil Ebey et ux. W-D, 116-70, No. 8976, Pt S W 4, Section 6, Township 21, Range 3. jLewis Paul West Jr. et al, Dairid L. Schuremain et ux, WD, 11-20-70, No. 8978, Pt S E 4, Section 34, Township 23, Range 3. ... William W. Lityle^et ux, Leroy M. and Clara et ux, 11-2170, No. 8986, In Lot 1-2-3, Block 3, Sharpsville, Maturity Jordan's First Addition. Dan P. Hinkle et ux, Elton L. Savage et ux, W-D, 10-30-70, No. 8999, Pt N E 4, One fifth undivided interest. . Section 9, Township 21, Range 3. Paul M. Hinkle et ux, Elton L. Savage et ux, W-D, 10-30-70, No. 8989, Pt N E 4, One fifth undivided int., Section 9, Township 21, Range 3. Helen M. Cummihgs et vir, Elton L. Savage et ux, W-D, 10-29-70, No; 8991, Pt N E 4, one fifth undiv., Section 9, Township 21, Range 3. free B. Campbell et vir, Elton Savage et ux, W-D, 10-2970, No. 8992, One fifth undivided Int.; Section 9, Township 21, Range 3. Harry L. Ebert et ux, Clarence E. Banta et ux, W-D, 1121-70, No. 8993, In Lots, Pt. 6, Block 8; Armstrong's Second Addition. William Km. Tragesser et ux, Ray E. Henry et ux, WVD, 1123-70, No. 8996, Pt. N E 4, N W 4, Section 27, Township 22, Range 4. James Heard et ux, Att. Ed. Morris et ux, W-D, 11-23-70, No. 9018, pt. of In lot 41, Tipton, Outlot. ding and his proteges five straight victories without a loss and all are looking forward to next weekend when the Trojans host Taylor on Friday night and Marion Bennett on Saturday night. | More than 2000 Tri-Central partisans saw their Reserve team win its first of the season 54-44, before the varsity took the floor • and held a 16-15 first quarter lead without Jim Martin socring a point. Jeff Modisett, Rick Cyphers, Dave Harding and j Steve Vandiver took care of the first canto pointmaking. Then Martin started hitting and had seven in each the second and third Jquar- ters and eight in the fourth for 22 game points, his lowest output of the season. Moddiset finished with 13, Cyphers 15, Harding 18, and Vandiver 11 for a well balanced scoring attack. For the White's quintet, Jones canned 13, Boas 20, Brady 11 and Robertson 2 in addition to Say-- lor's 30. After the first quarter lead of (Continued on page six) WAT THEI, CAMBODIA: A 14-year-old Cambodian mercenary soldier is dwarfed by his M-l carbine here November 13 as his unit awaits orders to advance on Viet Cong positions in the town of Troeng. UPITELEPHOTO Water Safety Course Is Open To Local Persons American National Red Cross, Howard-Tipton Chapter Water Safety Chairman, Mrs. William H. Kelley announced today that this chapter, with the co-sponsorship of Grissom Air Force Base, has scheduled a water safety instructor course at Grissom Air Force Base. This will be the only course of this type to be offered in this area in 1971, and is designed to serve the needs of Cass and Miami counties as well as the Howard- 23 Die on Highway D nrin gWeek-end By United Press International Indiana's Thanksgiving holiday weekend traffic fatality toll of 23 was just about what the experts had figured, but it was low enough to keep the 1970 total comfoctably lower than last year's comparative figuce. Sufety officials had figured 22 would die inths 102-hour period between 6 p.m. Wednesday, Thanksgiving Eve, and midnight Sunday. The deaths raised the 1970 toll to 1,403 compared with 1,506 a year ago. Three double-fatality wrecks happened during the period.' barring a serious accident on this last day of November, or later deaths from earlier qrecks this November, 1970, it may become the ficst month in years to pass by with no triple- fatality accidents or worse. Mrs. Vance Morrell, 72,Peru, died Sunday in Dukes Memorial Hospital at Peru from injuries suffered Saturday in a two-car collision on Indiana 21 south of Peru in which Thelma M, Tam- co, 67, Peru, was killed. (Continued on page six) Tipton area. Mrs. William A. Rodefeld, instructor-trainer for the Northern Indiana area Red Cross, and a member of the staff of the National Aquatic School, wiU conduct the sessions. The course will begin on January 5, 1971 with sessions .being held each' Tuesday and Thursday evening from 7:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. A break in the course will occur at mid-term for those students who may be studying for exams. Thirty hours of training are required to complete this course. Qualifications for participation in this course are: hold a current Red Cross Life Saving (Continued on page six) Sydney Welcomes Weary Pope Paul By BARRY JAMES SYDNEY, Australia (UPI)A weary Pope Paup VI received a tumultuous welcome today in Sydney, and as the day wore on he appeared to draw strength from the crowds. His weary smile became a broad grin and cheers brought him bouncing to his feet. A crowd of 3,000 — far below the expected 25,000 — waited for hours at Sydney airport to greet him when he flew in from Leulomega, Western Samoa. He ignored strict security precautions brought about bz an attempt on his life in Munila and waded into the crowd to shake hands and offer his blessing. In Syfney there were thou-* sands of persons packed shoulder to shoulder in the streets in front of Town Hall for the official welcome by Lord Mayor Emmett McDermott, garbed in his ermine robes of office and official chain. The welcome more than . made up for thesparse crowd at the airport, and by the time the Pope retired for the night police estimated 700,000 psrsons had hurned out to see him. The contrast between the (Continued on page six) Lltterbugs - Trash on Normanda Pike Road just 100 feet from Ind. 19 intersection one mile north of Tipton photoed recently, appeared to be an Intentional act of tossing the litter from a vehicle. All items were litter normally placed in bags for trash pickup and did not seem to have been accidently dropped from a trash truck. An educational appeal has been in progress throughout the nation for several years, pleading with all citizens to obligate themselves in keeping the thoroughfares clean and tidy. One recent count of discarded metal cans in one county sidedltch of one-half mile was 97 cans and there were probably more which were not seen for count. (Staff Photo by Eldon Cage) junior high eather Cloua type - Stratus.overcast Present temperature - 44 Maximum temperature - 54 Minimum temperature - 41 Wind Direction - Southeast Wind Velocity - 4 mph Relative Humidity - 93% Precipitation - .10 Barometer Reading - 30.21 Cloudy, rain possible Collection Schedule Mayor Ray Rench announced the following schedule for winter garbage collections in the city: I On Mondays, collections will be made at the alleys East of Main street. North of Jefferson street to the railroad; Tuesdays, the collections will be in the alleys north of the railroad; . -! Wednesday, collection schedule calls for piclc-ups in the alleys between Main and Green streets, north of Jefferson street; Thursday, garbage will be collected in the alleys west of Green and First streets; Friday, collections will be in the alleys south of Jefferson street and east of First street. Week-end Police Report Woman Injured on U.S. 31 A 22 year-old Indianapolis woman was injured in a one vehicle accident Saturday 5:11 p.m. on U.S. 31 about one mile south of the Tipton-Hamilton County Line Road and was rushed to the Tipton County Memorial Hospital by ambulance. According to the Hamilton County Sheriff's office and a deputy's report Jessica L. Hulst, 22, of Indianapolis traveling north on' U.S. 31 in a small vehicle, lost control and turned over in the media, causing total damage to the auto. The report stated that there were no passengers, that Miss Hulst was admitted to the Tipton Hospital, treated and after a days observation released to her home. Rev. James Stout Assumes Pastorate Rev. James Stout assumes the pastorate at Tipton Assembly of God church. He replaces Rev. Rev. James Stout Curtis Mclntyre who has moved with his family to Clinton Indiana. He is the minister of the Assembly of God Church in that city. Rev. Stout and his family moved here from Elwopd. Heandhis wife Mary are the parents of three children Jamey, Bobby and Julie. Rev. Stout stated he would like to extend a special welcome and invitation to the people in this community who do not have a church home, to come and visit the services. He expressed the feeling that, "today when people are seeking answers toathe many problems, and troubles that are rising, that they can find the answer in Jesus Christ, and the eternal word of God." County Arrests Tipton County arrests over the weekend were on report at the City Police and the Sheriff's offices Monday and they were Herman Alexander, 58, of Windfall, charged with carrying a concealed weapon and public in-, toxication, the Windfall- Town Marshall made the arrest; Greg-, ory Schmitt, 21, of Tipton, charged with public intoxication; Austin Farley, 50, charged with speed- Unlicensed Radio Reported COLUMBUS, Ind. (UPI)-The Fsderal Communications Commission has received a report that an unlicensed radio station is operating on the AM band in the Columbus area. A report was made to the FCC's regional office in Michigan following hours of broadcasting by the mystery station whose signals were reported to have been traced to a house just outside Columbus. The station was on the air at 1550 kilocycles Sunday afternoon and evening for seven hours. The announcer giyes call letters and a broadcasting corporation name which knowledgeable persons said are fictitious. Directors Meeting There will be a Directors of Tipton Community Fund meeting Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the Teachers Lounge at Tipton High School. All directors are urged to attend the meeting. •ing; and Larry Mundell, 18, of Atlanta, charged with reckless .driving. Baseball Team Turns to Woods Every fall, the members of the Huntington College Forester Baseball Team turn into literal foresters when they take a trip to Michigan to cut down Christmas trees. The purpose of the trip is to select and cut Christmas trees which they then sell in Huntington to raise funds to pay for their spring training trip through, the South. Jim Wilson, Forester baseball coach and assistant professor of business and economics, considers this annual project good exposure and training in the American capitallistic system. He said, "The team acts as its own labor force, marketing and management staff, and when they are done they know what is involved in making a profit, we hope," Last year, the Foresters were successful in their Christmas tree project, netting more than enough to pay for their southern trip through Alabama, Georgia, and Florida. The spring training paid off as handsomely as the Christmas tree project and the team returned to sweep the Mid- Central Conference" championship with a 9-1 record. Wilson said, "I've talked to many coaches in Indiana as well as through the South, and all of them say they have never heard of any college athletic team working together on a fund-raising (Continued on page six) Barge Carrying Three County Youth Gasoline Explodes ; * ; WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. (UPI) 57, of Syracuse. Bixby was last Exhibit In Chicago Three Tipton County youth exhibited livestock over the weekend at the International Livestock Exposition in Chicago. Marcia Hobbs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Hobbs, route. 4, exhibited in the shorthorn class; Randy Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Smith, route 3, exhibited in the Herferd Class and Jayne Planalp, daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Planes Explode After Collision TEL AVIV (UPIV-A Trans World Airlines (TWA) 707 cargo jet streaking.for takeoff at Tel Aviv's Lydda Airport before dawn today crashed into an Iscaeli air force Stratocruiser being towed on the runway. Both aircraft exploded in flames, scattering rubble over the runway and forcing a shutdown of the airport for nine hours. The three-man TWA crew, scrambled to safety, two suffering minor scratches, but two Israeli ground workers died and two others were injured, . one of them seriously, a police spokesman said. One of the dead was the driver of a tractor pulling the Stratocruiser and the other a ground crewman whose charred body was found in the cockpit of the Israeli transport, the spokesman said. The TWA captain, D. Meye rholz, told; newsmen his four engine jet, its fuel tanks fully laden for "a flight to Europe with a cargo of Israeli vegetables and nylon stockings, had just attained takeoff speed when he suddenly spotted the lights of the Stratocruiser •looming in the darkness. "I tried to veer off to the right and was heading off the asphalt but my left wing brushed the Stratocruiser and then we ~ felt a • tremendous blast," he said. Dale Planalp, route 1, exhibited in the Charalois Class. CHICAGO (UPI) - For the second consecutive year, Hsr- schel Woods and his son, Sam, of Greenview, HI., have won the championship carload of beef cattle award ut the International Live Stock Exposition. Their entry, which won the ,rize Sunday at the 71st Exposition, consisted of 15 Black Angus steers and heifers, weighing more than 1,150 pounds each, it was the third time since 1967 the Wmodses have won the award. * - The biggest event of the exposition came today, in the judging of the grand chumpion steer. Dr. Dmn L. Good, head of (Continued on page six) — The acting captain and two crew members were missing and presumed dead today in ah -explosion and fire aboard a barge carrying more than 500,000 gallons of gasoline at Watkins Glen Harbor in Seneca Lake. Two men were blown off the deck by the explosion ' and another was believed trapped in . the engine room. The missing were Charles Wellington, 42, of New Paltz, N.Y., the acting barge captain; Peter Pederson, 53, of Warwick, N.Y., and Edward Bixby, Wheatley Hospitalized Judge Oliver D. Wheatley has been returned to the hospital in Indianapolis. His address is Methodist Hospital, room 142 South. seen in the hold, preparing to start the diesel engine which pumps gasoline from the barge into holding tanks. Fire officials theorized that a spark generated by the engine may have touched off the explosion as the barge prepared to unload. The barge carried more than 500,000 gallons of high test and regular gasoline. It was to have been the last gasoline shipment through the canal to this area until the' end of the winter. Terminal Manager Richard Barnes said he" was climbing on the barge to measure the shipment when the blast occurred. "I heard one of the men screaming and I don't want to hear it again," Barnes said.. . . The Watkins Glen Fire Department was unable to reach the barge, with water from its hoses, so the tug towed it out to the middle of the lake about an hour later. MIAMI, FLA. — Christy, a 10-year-old German shepherd of the Hallandale, Fla., K-9 corps wears a hearing aid which was devised by a Miami company. The attack dog went deaf last year and was unable to respond to voice commands. The first days of experiments showed the aid is working. UPI TELEPHOTO

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