The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 7, 1970 · Page 6
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! 1 age G Hospital News Saturday, December 5 ADMISSIONS: Ethel Cornwell, Elwood; Peggy Lynn Cole, Kokomo; Cathy Sue Eh man, Atlanta; Michael Pickett, Tipton; Nina M. McCarty, Tipton; Theresa M. Roadruck, Tipton; Robert Whitehead Jr., Windfall. DISMISSALS: Judith Bairdand infant, Atlanta; James Albright, Tipton; Lori York, Atlanta; Judith Clouser and infant, Elwood; Eva Britt and infant, Tipton; Rebecca Plum lee, Atlanta. BIRTHS: Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Ehman, Box 51, Atlanta, a boy born December 5, 1970 at 6:35 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. David Plake, 312 Oak, Tipton, a boy born December 4, 1970 at 3:36 p.m. Sunday^ December 6 ADMISSIONS': Juanita Cast, Sheridan; Emma JeanSitzes.Ko- komo; Sarah Lesko, Tipton; Harold Tinney, Arcadia; Betty Jean Bagley, Tipton; Paul Johnson, Arcadia; Jessie Catlen, Tipton. DISMISSALS: Leona Campbell, Tipton; Sharon Nichols, Cicero; Barbara Altic, Frankfort; Beth Boes, Tipton; Sandra Plake, and infant, Tipton; WiUiam McAvoy, Tipton; Miner Harter, Hobbs. 15 FOSTER FURNITURE Tipton WE IMPRINT your favorite selection of iibm 4BRISTMAS CARDS Choose the designs you wish! We'll imprint your name lor the personal touch. J.R. RAMSAY PRINTING COMPANY 116-118 North Main Street Tipton, Indiana obituaries Nellie Lockwood Rites Tuesday I Mrs. Nellie (Gunn) Lockwood, 81, route 1 Cicero, died Saturday at Tipton County Memorial Hospital following a lengthy illness. Funeral services will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Bethel Lutheran Church in Cicero with Rev. James Smeltzer officiating. Burial will be at Cicero Cemetery. Friends may call after 2 p.m. today at the Cusick - Hartley Funeral Home in Cicero or from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday at the church. The deceased was born May 6, 1889, west of Cicero, the daughter of John and Eva Williamson. She was married in 1909 to Charles Gunn who preceded her in death in 1945. She later married James Lockwood in 1951 who died in 1966. | Surviving are two children, Wayne Gunn, Noblesville, j and Mrs. Byron (June) Hoppe's of Anderson. Also surviving'are four grandchildren and two great­ grandchildren. Floyd Kinder Rites Pending Funeral services are pending at Shaffer.- Hartley Funeral Home in Arcadia for Floyd O. Kinder, 68, route 1 Arcadia who died at 9:20 p.m. Sunday at Tipton County Memorial Hospital. * Veteran (Continued from page two) are not chargeable to veterans' educational eligibility. j Veterans and servicemen interested in tutorial assistance were advised to get a VA application (Form 21E-1990T) from their school, base education 1 officer or the VA office at Indianapolis at 36 S. Pennsylvania Street. When completed, it should. be returned to VA. I New in Ihe neighborhood? lis not all bad... The Welcome Wagon hostess will help!! . _ „ , Mrs. John Utter Call ioday: -615*1 FREE! for any m m JB m Ray Woodruff Rites Wednesday Ray L. Woodruff, 77, route 3 Elwood died suddenly Saturday at 10:30 p.m. Funeral services will be Wednesday at 10 a.m. at Leatherman - Morris Funeral Home with Rev. Larry Anderson officiating. Burial will be at Fairview Cemetery. Friends may call after 7 p.m. today at the Leatherman - Morris Funeral Home. The deceased was born November 18, 1893 in Tipton County, the son of John and Elmira (Haskett) Woodruff. He was one of seVen children. He was married April 14, 1915 in Tipton . County to Helen E. Trimble who preceded him in death October 29, 1963. He was married December 6, 1964 in Elwood to Mrs. Frances Beckett who survives. He was a member of East Main Street Christian Church in Elwood; a fifty year member of Austin Lodge Number 128 F & AM and retired in 1960 from Norfolk and Western Railroad where he served as engineer. Surviving with the widow, Frances are two daughters, Mrs. Wanda Turner and Mrs. Richard (Waneta) De Vault and a son Robert, all of Tipton. Also surviving are nine grandchildren and six great - grandchildren. * News Media (Continued from page one) him five times in the head. . Police found the station unattended, and at 3 a.m. they awakened Mrs. Stephens and asked if her husband was at home. Police Search House "They acted like I was hiding him," she said. "I had them come in and search the house to prove he wasn't here." Next morning a police sergeant called. "He said they had found a body and wanted me to come down and identify him," Mrs. Stephens said. "I asked if it . was frank - and he said they were pretty sure it was. "I said 'Is he dead?' and he said yes." She went down to identify the body and then went home to tell her children, aged 5, 4 and 3 months. "I told them he had gone to heaven to fix God's cars," she said. ' Stephens, 29, was a Army veteran from Barber, Okla. A military graveside ceremony was scheduled for today at a country cemetery near Skiatook. Okla. * Pearl Harbor Day (Continued from page one) The attackers, whose losses included 55 airmen and 29 planes, failed to strike any American submarines or air-, craft carriers, vessels which came back to haunt the Japanese in the war in the Pacific. While Pearl Harbor was a smashing victory for the invaders, historians and even Japanese leaders were later to label it a mistake. Afm. Isoroku Yama-noto, commander-in-chief of the imperial Japanese navy, is reported to have said: "I fear all we have done is to awaken a sleeping giant and fill him with a terrible resolve." THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Pro Basketball NBA ABA By United Press International Atlantic Division W. L. Pet. GB 22 9 .710 ... 17 10 .630 3 16 14 .533 5Y 2 " New York Boston Philadelphia Buffalo Baltimore Cincinnati Atlanta Cleveland Milwaukee Detroit Phmenix Chicago GB 5Vi 7V 2 GB 8 19 .296 Central Division W. L. Pet. 16 12 9 16 7 18 2 27 Mideast Division W. L. Pet. 20 3 .870 18 10 .643 • 18 12 .600 5% 13 11 .542 7V2 Pacific Division W. L. Pet, 10 12 14 16 21 .571 .360 .280 .069 14V 2 Utah Indiana Memphis Texas 4% Denver ABA Standings By United Press International East W. L. Pet. GB Kentucky 19 7 .731 ... Virginia 16 10 .615 3 New York 12 12 .500 6 Floridians 12 14 .462 7 Pittsburgh 11 18 .379 .9% Carolina 9 17 .346 10 West W. L. Pet. GB 17 8 .680 ... 15 10 .600 2 13 12 .520 4 9 16 .360 8 .8 17 .320 9 GB 15 15 16 ,13 9 .600 .556 .533 .448 .300 1 IV2 3 8V0 Los Angeles San Francisco San Diego Seattle Portland Sunday's Results Cleveland 108 Buffalo 106 Baltimore 126 Cincinnati 118 Phoenix 108 Sun Diego 102 .Los Angeles 131 Portland 120 (Only games scheduled^ Monday's Games San Francisco vs. Cincinnati r At Omaha (Only game scheduled^ Cavaliers Up For Buffalo; Win 108-106 Cleveland Coach Bill Fitch kept telling the Cavaliers to be cheerful, that someday they'd win another game. But even Fitch had about given up oh winning again. Cleveland beat another expansion club' Portland, on Nov. 12, and that was the sum total of the Cavalier entrance into the victory column during their first 28 games. Cleveland finally found another victim Sunday night, the Buffalo Braves, who had Just split a pair of weekend games with the champion New York Knicks. It was close, albeit a victory, as the Cavaliers skimmed past the Braves, 108 106. The Cavaliers, trailing, 102101, with 1:19 left, scored the next seven points to go on top. Plttshur _ h Dave Sorenson's two foul shots • Jc_ »J provided the deciding margin as Buffalo tallied the last four points of the game. Walt Wesley scored 33 points as Cleveland won its first home contest and John Johnson chipped in with 26 points. Muscleman Bob Kauffman led the Braves with 40 points. Los Angeles defeated Portland, 131-120; Baltimore beat Cincinnati, 126-118, and Phoenix whipped San Diego, 108-102, in other National Basketball Association action. The Lakers went a full game up on second-place San Francisco in the tight Pacific Division race as Jerry West scored 17 of his 31 points in the last period to kill a Portland rally that had closed an 89-66 deficit to only '• five points in the final quarter. West also had 15 assists. Leroy Ellis of Portland hit his season high of 29 points. Bultimore open a 5V2 game lead over Ccincinnati in the Central. Division when Earl Monroe and Kevin Loughery combined for 55 points to beat the Royals. Monroe scored 28 points and Loughery netted 27, including 19 in the third quarter. Dick Van Arsdale paced Cincinnati with 29 points, but the Royals fell before Baltimore's board controlled by Gus Johnson's 24 rebounds. Sunday's Rssults Carolina 94 Nsw York 90 Virginia 131 Memphis 124 Texas 129 Pittsburgh 125 Floridians 118 Utah 115 Kentucky 140 Denver 125 (No games Monday^ 'Great Scott" Shoots Down Memphis Pros By United Press International Great Scott/Charley's at it again. Charley Scott, who scored a career-high 46 points Saturday, cptinued the torrid pace Sunday night with a 42-point effort that led the Virginia Squires to a 132-124victory over the Memphis Pros. A little more expertise from the floor and Scott could have soared to new heights. He hit on 17 field goals and missed nine other attempts as Virginia remained three games behind Kentucky in the American Basketball Association's East Division. Another Scott helped the Squires repell a Memphis fourth-quarter challenge when he scored 45 points. Ruy Scott, who netted 12 points, yanked down 10 rebounds to help bis club retain board control. The Jones boys kept Memphis in the game as Jimmy Jones scored 32 points for the Pros and Steve Jones added 29. In other ABA games, Kentucky defeated Dsnver, 140-125; the Floridians edged Utah, 118115; Carolina stopped New York, 94-90, and Texas downed 129-125. Dan Issel pumped in 35 points, Louie Dampier added 29 and Darel Carrier contributed 22 in Kentucky's victory over Denver. The winning Cralonels had a 57.6 shooting percentage from the floor to 39.2 for the Rockets, who were led by Ralph Simpson's 30 points. A three-point field goal by Mac Calvin from beyond the 25- foot circle in the final second provided the Floridians with their upset win over Utah, the West Division leader. Calvin had a game high 36 pocnts. Don Freeman led the Stars with 32 points and Zelmo Beaty scored 31 for Utah. Dave Newmark's 10-point fourth quarter lifted Carolina to. victory over New York and snapped the Nets' four-game winning string. Newmark's two free throws with 40 seconds left put the game out of reach. Frank Card paced the Cougars, last in the East, with 22 points. Sonny Dove's 18 was high for New York. SMITH INTERVIEW WASHINGTON (UPP-Gsr- ard C. Smith, chief U. S. . negotiator in the arms limitation talks with the Soviet Union says it would be neither surprising nor discouraging if the current round of talks at Helsinki produces no agree ment. "In any event, there should emerge from the Helsinki phuse -a clearer indication as to whether an! agreement, is possible," Smith said in an interview in U.S. News and World Report. 1300-TAKE TESTS LOS ANGELES (UPI) More than 1,300 persons lined up during the weekend to take a Civil Ssrvice test for 112 maintenance laborer jobs — 100 of which will not be available until Apri. "Only about one dozen jobs are vacant right now," a city personnel official said Saturday. "Ws will be using about 100 .from the list beginning in April. Maintenance laborers, who perform unskilled manual jobs, start at $540 a month for the city. STRANGE BEDFELLOW KERKRADE, Holland (UPI) TT -On a tip by neighbors, police searched the home od a 79-year- old villager looking for what MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1970 * Eisenhower i -. . (Continued from page one) prior j to last month's preliminary deadline now until Dec. 15 to submit an essay of about, but not exceeding, 2,000 words on the subject, VThe Value of Patriotism and Faith in God to the American Way of Life." A panel of judges will select the 15 best essays from among jthose entered by Dec. 15. Thesej 15 finalists will deliver a short talk on their essays on Feb. 28, 1970, at Wabash. At this time, the seven scholarship winners will be selected. Winners will be announced March 28. "We are pleased at the inter- _j • . STEALS BLOOD ST. I HELENS, England (UPI) — David Cardus "simply did not know what he was doing" when he stole a sample of his own blood j from a police station following a traffic accident, his lawyer! said Friday. He had given the blood and submitted to a breath test, both for alcohol, after the accident. Cardus, 28, was fined $120 for the theft. .. . , was described as "a hidden hand grenade." They found it— in.his; bed, where he had kept it, defused, for 25 years. est among students evidenced by the substantial number of applications received," said Tarzian. "We are most hopeful that a large percentage of those who submitted applications will follow through by delivering their essays by the Dec 15 deadline." The Eisenhower Foundation is a nationwide organization. This year's scholarship program in Indiana is the first offered. The Foundation plans to expand the scholarship venture into other- states in upcoming years. Presidents of all seven of the colleges and universities designated in the scholarshipprogram have reiconded warmly to the nature of \he scholarships. John Rdsenkrans, president of •Eisenhower College, said his school is "honored to share in the program" and will be "happy to cooperate in any way possible." Richard M. Bateman, president of Tri-State College in Angola, said "Tri-State is grateful for the privilege of participating in the Eisenhower Memorial Scholarship Foundation." Alexander E. Jones, president of Butler University, said, "Let me say how much I appreciate your including Butler in the list of schools that Eisenhower scholars may attend. Please accept my best wishes for the success of your splendid project." 4-PLY NYLON CORD TRAILMAKER SILVERTOWN '" AS. LOW AS • NO TRADE NEEDED • FREE MOUNTING • SAFETY SPIKES AVAILABLE BATTTERIES 302 EAST JEFFERSON STREET Use your Marathon Credit Card $ MARATHON PHONE 675-4855 LETTERS FROM GIRlif -SANTA Here is all yon do. Choose from several different types of letters. Then address it to your girl or boy, drop it in our special MAIL BOX. We will have it postmarked from SANTA CLAUS, Ind. Your child will receive envelopes furnished FREE1 1 I STOP IN AT FARMERS LOAN & TRUST COMPANY "Your Friendly Bank" Tipton, Ind. 71 Delta 88s are rolling in... and Olds dealers are out to catch up! \ Great time to move into the big-car world of Olds! . Oldsmobile Delta 88: all-new styling ... exclusive new "G-Ride" System. Power steering and front disc brakes, standard. Solid comfort from a new full-foam molded front seat. See your Olds dealer todayl

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