. V ; 'I.IDIA::A ar .^tS hi?M *^Z,^S01t THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE VOLUME 75, NO.' 54 ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS MATTER OCTOBER 4. 1895. AT POST OFFICE IN TIPTON. INDIANA SATURDAY. DECEMBER 5. 1970 SECOND CLASS POSTAGE AT TIPTON. INDIANA 46072 Muncie Burris 74 Tipton 57 Muncie Burris Wins tie Game By Eldon Cage Tribune Sports Ed tor * Tipton High School Gymnasium — A tall, hot shootinj Muncie Burris basketball quintet invaded the Satan' Lair Friday [night and captured the Central Indiana Conference game 74-57 before about 2500 fans. - j Shannon Kennedy, the Owls 6*1" Veteran Guard centered 13 of 31 field goal attempts and hit 4-5 at the free throw line for 30 points to offset the Devils Jim York's 22 points gathered on 813 from the field and |6-8 from the charity stripe. Tim Clouser had 13 hard earned points, Bob Richardson and Jeff Juday 8 each, Sullivan 4 and Mike Jackson 2. Burris collected 42J rebounds to the Satans 30, but the most damaging factor was the Devils 16 errors against Muncie's 8. Too, the Owlshit30-6Sjforateam average of .434 while jthe Devils hit only 22-62 for a.354average. York opened the scoring with a fielder 10 seconds jafter Bob Richardson controlled the initial tip from 6*6" Howard Blood. The lead changed hands four times and the score was tied five times until Kennedy got a J3iree -point play just before the'end of the First Stanza to make the count 22-19Burris. This three pointer helped the Owls keep a slight lead in the second quarter and the half ended 40-38 Burris. j Tipton led the scope at 40 to open the third quarter and then the basketball turned to butter for the Satans and six turnovers aided Burris to a 57-44 lead, which they were not only able to protect but increased during the final quarter as the Devils shooting kept turning colder. This leaves Tipton with a 1-2 record as they tune up for three consecutive weekend double-bills. The Owls are 2-3 for the season. Marion's tall Giants invade Tipton tonight (Saturday) and Coach John Moses and his crew will be magicians to hold the Giants, but it just could be done, Tipton has conquered bigger games before. . Tipton's B squad plucked the Young Burris Owls clean 49-22 with Jeff Johns, Gordon Burris, Larry Harper and Jerry Cage leading the way in scoring and defensive work. MUNCIE BURRIS Wright Johnson Blood Kennedy McKinzie Collins Kirklin Beasley TOTAL TIPTON York Clouser Richardson Jackson Sullivan Juday Achenbach TOTAL . 3 4 8 13 0 0 1 1 5 9 5 12 3 17 1 30 2 0 2 0 0 4 0 2 3014 18.74. 3 22 3 13 2 8 0 4 4 0 0 0 2213 15 57 Tri-Centralf?2 Taylor 73 Troj ans Defeat Taylor Titans By Eldon Case Tribune Sports Editor and Tom Gourley SHARPSVTLLE -ITri-Central High-S choolhead basketball coach John Harding found 13 to be a lucky number Friday night as he used 13 Trojans to defeat a good visiting Taylor Titan team 92- Donna Rump Elected Class Secretary North Manchester, Indiana — Donna Rump, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rump, route 4, was elected secretary of the Junior Class at Manchester College in North Manchester., Indiana. She will serve during the 1970-71 school year. Miss Rump is |a graduate of Tipton High School and a junior this year at Manchester College majoring in Elementary Education. Knights Templar To Elect Officers Officers for 1971 will be selected by Tipton Commandery No. 52, Knights Templar, at the regular stated meeting and selection to be held at the Tipton Monday even- f beginning at of Elwood, 73 before another full house of 2700. This made the sixth straight win for the new Trojan basketball team and they are after their seventh in a. row tonight (Saturday) against visiting Marion Bennett. Twine-tickling twins, Dave Harding (23 points) and Jim Martin (21 tallies) paced the Trojans to a 19-12 first quarter lead and then ; teammates Rick Cyphers, Jeff Modisett, Steve Vandiver, Jeff Harlow,- Roger Whitehead, Steve Butler and Rod Johnson chipped in with the sweets to make the big Sugar Pie 92 points. Too, Coach Harding inserted Tom Reese, Martin Funkhouser, Roler and Watkins to make the lucky 13 roster. The Trojans probably . could have gone over the 100 point mark against the real good Taylor team if Coach Harding had not been looking ahead to other games and other years by giving more boys experience. After the 19-12 first canto lead, the Trojans pulled to a 16 point margin 47-31 at the half and then with new faces in the lineup kept the increase to the 19 point win. The little Trojans had tough luck hitting the hoop and lost their battle with the Taylor reserves. TAYLOR TITANS Masonic Temple j ing, December 7:30 o'clock. Ehrmal • Odorn, Commandery Commander, urges all present officers and members to attend this important meeting. Refreshments will be served following the business meeting and election. Weather Considerable cloudiness today, becoming windy and turning colder this afternoon. Partly cloudy and colder tonight. Fair to partly cloudy and continued cold Sunday. Southerly winds. 14 to 22 miles per hour today shifting to west-northwesterly this afternoon. High I today low 40s. Low tonight 18 to 23. High Sunday mid 20s. Free 4 1 5 9 Keck 1 4 1 6 Roe 2 2 5 6 Griffin 0 0 2 0 Mason 3 8 4 14 Rhew 2 2 1 6 Gabriel 1 7 4 9 Flaty 7 2 0 16 Holt 3 1 4 7 TOTALS 23 27 26 73 TRI-CENTRAL TROJANS Modisett 1 2 4 4 Martin 9 3 2 21 Cyphers 5 3 4 13 Harding 10 3 3 23 Vandiver 2 8 112 Butler 1 1 3 3 Harlow 2 2 1 6 Johnson 2 1 3 5 Reese 0 0 1 0 Whitehead 2 1 3 5 Funkhouser 0 0 0 0 Roler 0 0 0 0 Watkins 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 34 24 25 92 BOSTON: The Soviet Union has been asked to postpone the scheduled four day visit of the Russian Oceanographic vessel Akademic Kurachatov (shown in Boston, September 10,1970 to Boston December 5). State Department officials said December 3 the reason for the request is the depth of feeling over the defection attempt off the Massachusetts coast November 23. The Soviet ship is one of the largest in the world. UPI TELEPHOTP Suspect Arrested Arson Bl KOKOMO. Ind. (UPI) -Forty -six persons were routed from the St. Francis Hotel Fciday, night by fire, and several hours later a mental hospital patient was arrested as a possible ar sonist. The fire apparently started; from a flammable liquid poured in the attic above the fourth floor of the hotel, one of Kokomos oldest buildings. Four hours after the fire alarm sounded, police picked up a man they identified as Charles Paul, 20, Kokomo, in a tomb Explodes MJNCIE, Ind. (UPI) - A nb exploded on a truck at a instruction site in the Muncie tall shopping center Friday night, jeopardizing Christoas shoppers nearby. [ obody was hurt, but a man (Continued on page six) amedin Hotel Fire crowd watching the fife. They said Paul was on leave from a mental institution and that he had been arrested once before in connection with a similar fire at the same hotel. The hotel was damaged so badly it had to be closed. The lobby ceiling collapsed - at the height of the blaze. Traffic was blocked near the building on the north edge of the business district while firemen fought the flames. Two Teen-agers Face Charges of Vehicle Stealing Local Man Among Honored Group Army Specialist Four Robert E. Odle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cledith J. Odle, route 4, Tipton, Ind., is serving in the 545th Military Police Company of the 1st Calvalry Division (Airmobile) near Phuoc Vinh, Vietnam. Recently the company had the honor of being recognized as ttio most outstanding military police company in the U.S. Army. In ceremonies at the base camp, the Commanding Officer of the 545th was presented the first award of the Jeremiah P. Holland trophy by Colonel WaUis K. Wittier, Provost Marshal, U.S. Army, Vietnam, representing Major General Lloyd B. Ramsey, Provost Marshal General of the U.S. Army. The award was established by Brigadier General (USA retired) Jeremiah P. Holland, former Commanding General, Ft. Gordon, Ga., and former Commandant U.S. Army Military Police School, Ft. Gordon, Ga. Selection for the- award is based on the total performance rating of a Military Police Unit — Company size or smaller — throughout the Army world-wide. He entered the Army in June, 1969, and completed basic training at Ft. Polk. La. He received his BJS. Degree from Purdue University, Lafayette, Ind.. in 1969. U.S. Postal Box Destroyed by Hit & Run Driver Marvin Teter, postmaster at Hobbs, Indiana, reported total damage to U.S. Post office pickup box Friday afternoon. Teter reported that the box, totally destroyed, was the property of the United States Postoffice Department, and any person knowing about the damage should report same to either the county sheriff or Teter himself. (Continued on page six) VALPARAISO, Ind. (UPI) Vehicle taking charges were filed Friday against two teen-age boys who police say stole as many as. six cars on a junket between Marion, Ind., and Michigan. The two were identified as Sunshine Society Conducts Drive The Sunshine Society of Tipton High School appeals, to all residents of Tipton to support Save the Children Federation's 26th Annual Bundle Days Drive to be held in the schools from now to Dec. 11. Children and adults are now collecting wearable used clothing and shoes to be distributed by the Federation to needy children in the Southern Appalachian Mountains. While the great need is for children's clothing, adult apparel is also welcome. ; "In the Southern Appalachian Mountains where the boys and girls need an education if they are to develop their natural skills and talents and break out of poverty, too many of them are being forced to drop out of school for lack of presentable clothes," said Mrs. Lett and Mrs. Smith, spon sors of Sunshine Society and Chiarmen of the Bundle Days Committee. "This makes it urgent that students and all residents bring wearable used shoes, coats, dresses, suits, and under: wear to the collection center in •Tipton High School.". Save the Children Federation, international child welfare organization, with headquarters in Norwalk, Connecticut was founded inl932. The Federation aids \ children their families and communities in the Southern Appalachian Mountains, on American Indian reservations and in many countries abroad, through- the sponsorship program, an international self-help scholarship fund and the annual clothing collection. It is registered with the U. S. Sstate Department Advisory Committee on Voluntary Foreign Aid and is a member of the International Union for Child Welfare. Long Distance Rates Increase i ~ -INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - Long distance telephone calls within Indiana will cost a nickel more for station callsAand a diire more for personal calls . *07 the first two minutes of conversation. Parking Policies Change At By Kathy Heatoh Teen Reporter During activity period Monday, the principal of the high school, Mr. Dorman Rogers spoke to those students who drive to and from school. Mr. Rogers congratulated the students saying that as a whole they have done a good job keeping down conjestion in the parking lot and following rules. He attributed part of this to the relief of the paved area. Some problems still exist however. Students were asked not park next to the building or in the drive directly in front of the school and not to purposely block- in other vehicles. It was also stated that some students have reported missing valuables that had been left in the car. Drivers were reminded that cars should be locked when valuables are left inside. A change has been put into effect concerning students who work and all-day students. In the past all students have parked in the north parking lot. As of Monday, those who are on the ICT program are to continue parking in the north lot, exiting by Park Road only. Those students remaining at the school all day are asked to park in the east parking lot, exiting by way of Park Road or utilizing the south exit. Ample space should be left between the building and the front row to allow for truck delivery. Students parking on the east lot are asked not to park south of room 122 and are to follow the buses from the premises. Mr. Rogers told the students that upon completion on the new school to the south of the high school, all parking lots will be paved and completed. Lights will also be installed at that time. The Indiana Public Service Commission Thursday approved a broad range of changes, most of which will be rate increases which will total about $6 million a year. |, The ruling grants increases City Court . i Tipton City Court action [by Judge Glenn Boyer Friday resulted in the following fines and court costs: Ralph Buster, J17, of Windfall, false registration of vehicle, $28.25 and reckless driving, $36.25; John Carver, [41, Swayzee, false registration, $28.25; Denny Cross, 24, Ft. Wayne, disobeying traffic signal, $28.25; Bobby DeWitt, 20, Windfall, violation of muffler law, $28.25; and Charles M. Simons, 28, Kokomo, speeding, $31.25. Fire Runs Tipton Firemen called to 446 North Main Street Friday 1 :55 p.m. found burned food tossed in the yard and the odor had prompted the caller to phone in the alarm because of inability to find a fire in her apartment. j According to the Fire Department report an upstairs resident at the apartment smelled the odor and after a thorough check in her living quartersfail- ed to locate a blaze and since the odor still persisted, she made the call to be on the safe side since she could not get into the furnace room. No damage to property was on the report, j and decreases in' conversation time", depending on the distance called. On calls laeting more than two minutes, charges for each additional minute for station calls will be one cent more on messages covering short distances; unchanged on medium distances and one, two or three cents less on longer calls. Overtime charges on personal calls will be two or three cents more on short distances, one cenh more on medium distances and unchanged on longer distances. Local exchange service charges will not be affected. " The rates will offset larger toll revenue settlements Indiana Bell will make with other telephone companies which elp provide long distance service. The commission last Friday had approved new settlement procedures between Bell and the local telephone companies. James Williams, 16, Sweetser, and Danny Marshall, 15. The Marshall boy also was changed with violating parole from the Indiana Boy's School. Authorities said the boys stole/ a car late Wednesday at Marion and drove it to Acgos where they ran out of gas. Police said they took a second car at Argos and drove to North Liberty, running out of gas again. The. third car was stolen at North Liberty and driven to Michigan City where police found it abandoned with a flat tire. A fourth car was taken at Michigan City and driven as far as Bridgeman, Mich., where its gas supply ran out. The fifth stolen car was driven from •Bridgeman to Sawyer, Mich., where a sixth car was stolen and driven back to the Northern Indiana toll road near South Bend. ' Trooper James Brehmer spotted the boys running from the car on the toll road and he picked them up. Marijuana Seized HARTFORD CITY, Ind, (UPI) — An estimated $35,000 worth or marijuana was seized Friday by Indiana state police at a camp four miles southwest of here. Authorities saidthey obtained a search warrant after receiving a tip that the marijuana was hidden at the camp. They said they found 47 kilos, or about 100 pounds of the weed, in suitcases and a~trunk. It was hidden beneath a large piece of metal and under several boxes on the'dump property of Richard Swift, who is vacationing in Florida. Police said Swift's two sons said they had no knowledge of the marijuana. Tipton Junior High Honor Roll Randall Jehs Appointed State Library Division Field Agent Randall W. Jehs, Indianapolis, has been appointed Field Agent for the Indiana Division, Indiana State Library. Mr. Jehs received his B.A. and M.A. degrees from Indiana University in 1964 and 1965, respectively. He is now completing work on his doctoral dissertation for the Ph.D. in American history. He began his duties at the State Library on November 16. Mr. Jehs explained the duties and the goals of the Indiana Division as follows: The Field Agent of the Indiana Division is responsible for the collection of Indiana source materials. These are added to the Library's collection and made available to its many and varied patrons. For example, Mr. Jehs has Just recently returned from Washington, D. C. where be helped organize the congressional papers of Rep. E. Ross Adair for shipment to the State Library in Indianapolis. With regard to the collection of manuscripts, however, it is important to note that, by themselves, papers and letters outlining the ideas and activities of prominent historical figures, while very important, are no longer considered sufficient in historical research. Recent trends in the study of history require an ap-. proacb which takes into account the thoughts and reactions of the com man man to historicalevents. The Indiana Division is therefore especially interested in manuscript material that will interpret the lives and events of the average Hoosier as well as those of prominence. Records from fraternal, religious, social, economic, and political organizations; diaries; business records; maps; and photographs all constitute manu script materials which have value in terpreting our Hoosier heritage. Letters are quite valuable no matter what their date. If anyone wishes to donate such manuscript materials but does not want them opened to the public, the materials can be sealed for a specified number of years, according to the wishes of the donor. ! Fewer and fewer Hoosiers, however, preserve their impressions or record their activities in written form. With the advent of modern means of communication and travel, writing long letters or keeping a diary are no longer practiced as they were In the 19th century. The Indiana Division, therefore, has begun a program of oral history interviews in which the reactions and reminiscences of Hoosiers are tape-recorded. Everyone, from a soldier of World War I; to.a Vietnam veteran, an observer or participant in the social or political activities of the Twenties or Thirties, or of some event of historical importance which occurred as recently, as yesterday, is potentially valuable for ah oral history interview. j i l The Indiana Division has facilities for copying materials by. Xerox or microfilm should a donor wish to keep the originals. Such records are preserved in a fire-proof vault and made available for the researcher. If anyone has materials that he feels should be preserved, or if he knows of anyone who could be the subject of an oral history Interview, he can contact Randall W. Jehs, Field Agent, Indiana State Library, 140 North Senate Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana 46 204. Tipton Junior High School released the names of students who received grades eligible for the second six weeks grading period. Seventh graders on the Honor Roll are: Darryl Hobbs, Rick Webster, Denise Minglin, Dixie Merida, Sandy Meyer, Sharon Yeary, Nancy Henderson, Kristi Hughes, Mike A. Smith, Richard Wallace, Peter Letsinger, Ellen Stafford, Tom McKinney, Yvonne Stacker, Cathy Pitney, Cheryl Weaver, Mike T. Smith, Greg Overdorf, Brad Meloche, Patty Howery, Peggy Hubbartt, Sheril Copas, Bob Hpnea, Ted McKinney, Jay Phifer, Ruth Altherr, Peggy Ingle, Cheryl Gibson. Seventh graders on the Honorable Mention are: Tammy Riley, Mark Longfellow, Richard Borland, Pamela Wilson, Peggy Teter, Tom Cox, Debbie Sandman, Bruce Schulenburg, Jerry Fultz, Kurt Bellinger, Brian Taylor. ' ' • Eighth graders on the Honor Roll are: Kathy Atkisson, Jon Stroup, Carla Stafford, Mike McKinney, John Bath, Carolyn Day, Lynn Perry, Cheryl Smith, Dan Rich, Mary Koors, Steve Meloche, Bill Owens, Jim Tucker, Diana Boyd, Cathy Cox, Jeff Fettig, Jeff Smith, Susan Tragesser, Nancy Overdorf and James Burkert. Eighth graders on the Honorable Mention are: Dennis Ressler, Mary Jo Pace, David Gamblin, Nancy Carpenter, Karen Off, Bob Jones, Jeff Butler. Debbie Roe, Jill Stoops, Denny Wallace, Tim Hufhand, Penni Chadwell, Cathy Ferguson, Rachel Bayliff, Susan Nelson, Patty McTaggart, Kim Hinkle, Cindy Ploughe, Cindy Bugher, Robert York, Tom Kirages and Joe Wren. Property Transfers Clarence Lee McCool, et ux, Larry W. Goodrich, et ux, W-D, 11-27-70, No. 9021, In Lots 1-23, Block 7, Windfall, Park Addition. - . Stanley M. Herbert, Ray Gene McCullough and Margie" Nell McCullough, W-D, 11-25-70, No. 9008, S E 4, Township 22, Range 4,1.15 acres. Lloyd D. Favors et ux, Robert Thompson et ux,- W-D, 11-2770, No. 9035. Putlot 15, Windfall, Outlot Seright's Addition. Jos. W. Hebderso net ux, James Richard Henderson et ux, W-D, 11-27-70, No. 9036, Pt. N W 2 N E 4, Section 12, Township 22, Range 4,1.66 acres. Jesse V. Askren et ux, Gene Allen Watson et al, W-D, 12-170, No. 9041, 1/2 undivided, Pt. S W 4 S E 4, Section 22, Township 21, Range 3, 1.11 acres. Ruth Evelyn Brandon and Norman E. Wood, James E. Crawford et ux, W-D, 11-24-70, No. 9043, In Lot 4, Block 7, Kimberlin and Webb's Addition. East.
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