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1l Winter SurviVfll-- Snow added realism to the winter camporee held over the weekend at "the scout camp, southwest of the city, as Boy Scouts' brave near zero temperatures to chop wood for firebuilding and camp sites. Four Caribou District Scout Troops and.nine adult leaders attended the annual event. ' (Photo! Special by Joe VanHorn) Two Found Dead In Trailer Home LINTON, ''Ini'.(UPI).— Two women were found dead in a trailer home four miles northwest of here Sunday, and Greene County authorities' today awaited results i of pathology tests before determining foul play. definitely - was. involved. The women, who were last seen a week ago today,, were identified as Mrs. Loice Roy, 41, and her 23-year-old daughter, Delores. Coroner Maurice Haag said tests were being conducted at the Indiana UKniversity Medical Center. The women apparently had been dead about a week. The trailer was reported as "in a shambles.' 5 A neighbor, found the bodies Sunday afternoon when he went to the trailer at the request of a relative who apparently was NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE,. Notice is hereby given that The Citizens National Bank,. Administrator of the Estate o! Ettie M. Harrison, deceased,- pursuant to an order of 'the Tipton Circuit Court will on the 2nd da.y"of February. 19"1 at 10:00 o'.clock a.m. at The Citizens National Bank, 102 North . Main Street,, in the City of Tipton, Tipton . Countylndiana, and from day to day thereafter until sold, offer for sale thefollowingdescrib- ed real estate, to wit: Tbe East Half of the Southeast Quarter of Section 36, Township 21 North, Range'3 East, containing 80 acres, more or less, in Tipton County, Indiana. .. .- Such, real estate will be sold for cash, for not less than the full appraised value, and at tbe highest and best bid therefor. -Said real estate will be sold free and dear ' of all liens and encumbrances, except the taxes for tbe year 1971, due.and payable in the year 19.72 and thereafter. The purchaser wiU be required to secure his bid with a deposit of at least.Ten per cent (10£) of the purchase price, with the balance of the purchase price being due.and payable ' in cash upon the approval by the purchaser of the abstract of title, and the delivery by the Administrator to -the purchaser of a proper deed of-conveyance.' Any sale will be subject -to the approval of the Tipton Circuit Court. THE CITIZENS NATIONA1 BANK Administrator of the Estate of Ettie M. : • Harrison, Deceased. HORACE C. HOI MES 120 North Main Street . . Tipton, Indiana 46072 Attorney for Estate. L-34 C-14-20 NOTICE OF SALE OF REA1 ESTATE ' Notice is hereby given that Rachel VTolf and^ Nina Ericksan, Co-Ezecutrices of the Estate of Charles DeWitt, deceased, pursuant .to an order of the Tipton Circuit Court will on the 3rd day or February 1971 at 10:00 o'clock a. m., at tbe office of Horace C. Holmes, Attorney for the Estate. 120 North Main Street in tbe City of Tipton, Tipton County, Indiana, and from day to day thereafter until sold, offer for sale tbe following described real estate, to wit: TRACT L. Tbe Northwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter and 24 acres off the East side of the Northeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter, . all in Section 13, Township 22 North, Range 5 East, containing 64 acres. TRACT n. The Northeast - Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section'18, Township 22 North, Range S.East, containing 39 acres. TRACT .m. .' ; A part of tbe Southwest Quarter of Section, ' Township 22 North, Range 5 East, described as follows: Beginning at the Southeast Corner of the Southwest Quarter of Sectlon7, Township 22 North, Range 5 East marked by an iron pin, and running thence Weston and alongthe South Section Line of said Section 646.6 feet to a point marked by an 4ron pin; thence North ' 0 degrees 56* East 202.1 feet to a point mark- ed by an iron pin; thence East 650.2 feet to a ' point marked by an iron pin; thence South 1. degree 57' West 202.1. feet to the point of beginning, containing 3 acres. Each of such Tracts being located In Liberty Township, .Tipton County, Indiana. : Socb real estate will be sold for cash, for oot less titan the full appraised value, and at tbe highest and best bid therefor. Said real estate will be sold free and clear of- all liens wd encumbrances, except the taxes tor the year 1971, due and payable in the year 1972 and thereafter. Tbe purchaser will be required to secure his bid with a deposit of at least Ten per cent (10%) of the purchase price, with the balance of the purchase price being due and parable In cash upon the approval by the purchaser of the abstract of title, and the delivery by the Co- Elecntrlces to tbe purchaser of a proper deed" of conveyance. Any ok will be subject to the approval of the Tipton Circuit Court. . RACHEL' WOLF and NINA ERICKSON, Co-Execatrices of tbe Estate of Charles OeWItt, Deceased. HORACE C. HOLMES 120 North Main Street Tipton, Indiana .4*07? . Attorney for'Estate. . L -JJ C-14-20 concerned after not from Mrs. Roy, a widow her daughter. Injuries Keep! Howe From Ice hearing or and DETROIT (UPI)- Pride some nagging injuries; apparently will keep GordiejHowe of the Detroit Red Wings from amking a record 22nd] appearance in Tuesday's National Hockey League All-Star game in Boston. "I'm not playing this year," Howe said Sunday, "I'j don't deserve it. I don't want ta fool anybody. Besides, if I .went I'd just sit anyway." j Howe, who holds just about all the records there are for the annual mid-season gam'ej was picked as an extra. HeJ has 14 goals and 12 assists in 33 games for Detroit this season. ! PHILADELPHIA (UPI>-Rod Laver. of Australia beat countryman Roy Emerson 6-2, 6^3, 7-5 to post his fourth {straight triumph in the $210,000| Tennis Ehampipns Calssic, Illegal Still Found MARENGO, Ind. (UPI)- Fed- : eral authorities said Stfnday they have uncovered what they believe • to be the largest "illegal distillery in the United States." The raid was staged on a farm two miles west of this Crawford County community. Agent Paul Marshall of the Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Division of the U.S. Treasury Department said the alleged still was capable' of producing 200 gallons of hooch a day.' State police said two men were arrested and faced 'charges today in federal court.. They were identified as Marvin Call, 36, and Sidney Ross Langley Jr., 56, both of Marengo. Police said Call was also known by the alias of David Edwards.. Authorities said 240 gallons of packaged, untaxed whiskey was confiscated along with equipment used in making illegal "moonshine." State police said Call and ', Langley. moved to Indiana-from North Carolina only recently. They said they lived on the farm,, which was owned by a soldier stationed in Vietnam. The soldier was not identified. Open Fire Cooking lanta Boy Scouts, keeps pared over an open fire ed through the air brini another day of activityl Omega Boy Scout (Continued from page! one) ing winter camping to be - Bill GuUfon, scoutmaster of At- watch over the sausage and eggs he pre- ' early Sunday morning. The aroma filter- ging the sleepy scouts out of the sack for (Photo Special by Joe VanHorn) given to all .scouts participating in the two-day campout. The] special award was carved and painted by Mrs, Ralph Balrd of Omega. - The traveling trophy jvrtll remain with Troop 515 until new winners are named at jthe next camporee. The trophy was started in 1970 with Troop 514 of East Union being the first winners at the winter camporee. Troop 508 of Atlanta tooke the trophy In possession asjwinners of the 1970 SpringCamporee. Names of the winning troops ace engraved on the trophy with a camporee patch embedded in the wood. . A total of 32 Boy Scouts registered from Troops 515,, 592, 593 and. 595 for the event with .-nine adult leaders registered, Six of the adults remained overnight with the troops. During Saturday,'44 cub scouts and their leaders visited the camping area. They were each presented a ribbon by the District. Following a tour of the campsites, they - welcomed the cubs of hot chocolate waiting at the model campsite before departing for home. THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Mrs, Kathyrn Erne Rites Wednesday Funeral services for Mrs. Kathryn (Frawley) Erne will be Wednesday afternoon at Klaehns Funeral Home in Ft. Wayne. Among the survivors are four sisters, Mrs. Francis Davis and Mrs. Margaret Ashley, both of Michigantown; Mrs.. Etnmagene Davis of Elwood and Mrs. Ella Bilby of Tipton; five brothers, Donald Frawley of Muncie; James, Lima, Ohio; Charles, Peru; Arthur of Tipton and Thomas Frawley of Indianapolis. Night Action at the Tipton Park Skating Rink Youngster Dies After Short Illness 9 Tammy K. Clark, 6, of Windfall died Saturday at 10:30 a.m. at Riley Hospital in Indianapolis after ah illness of six days. Funeral services will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Pritchard Funeral Home in Windfall with Rev. Cletis Bogue officiating. Burial will.be at Brookside Cemetery. Friends may call anytime at Pritchard Funeral Home. The deceased was the daughter of William Edward and Becky (Merida) Clark. She was born •July 2, 1964. She was a first grade student at Windfall Elementary School. Surviving with the parents are two brothers, Perry Ray and Mark Arthur, both at home; the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mark R. Merida of Elwood and the paternal grandmother, Mrs. Dorothy Clark of Windfall. MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UPI)Baseball Commissioner Bowie Kuhn said his office was looking into the possibility of local television blackouts of the World Series. College Results By United Press International East Temple 67 Fordaham 66 Lafayette 62 Rider 60 Welt. Mass. 100 Chyny St. 90 LaSalle 91 Western Ky. 76 Vllnva 82 Hiagra 79, 2 ots Pitt 75 Penn St. 62 Harvard 89 Navy 72 Syracuse 101 Bucknell 74 Ionia 81Scranton 77 Marshall 87 M. Harvey 75 W.Va. St. 73 Bluefield 66 Penn 91. Manhattan 68 Holy Cross 73 Bost. Coll. 71 Brandeis 82 Tufts 76 Phila Tex. 89 Ssquhnna 56 Army 69 Darmouth 57 Wouth Wake Forest 96 No. Car. 84 Citadel 66 VMI 64, ot .Tenn. 75 Kentucky 71 Duke 82 Clemson 56 Virginia 89 Ga. Tech 84 St. Jos. (Pa.) 85 Dvdsn 84 Tenn. Tech 75 Morhed 69 Richmond 74 Va. Tech 73, 2 ot Fla. St. 122 Samford 79 Ga. Sou. 80 Oral Rbrts 76 East Tenn. 70 East Ky. 64 Maryland St. 92 Del. St. '77 .Delta St. 49 Ark. A&M 46 Miami (Fla.) 74 Tulane 71 Midwest Marquette 65 N.M. St. 53 Illinois 69 Mich. St. 67 Michigan 92 Indiana 81 Bradley 78 Lousvl 74 Missouri 80 Kan. St. 72 Purdue 97 Minn. 92, ot Ohio St. 83 Wisconsin 69 " ' Nebraska 84 Iowa St. 62 Kansas 101 Okla. City 77 Dayton 76 DePaul 71 West. Mich. 87 Kent St. 78 Ohio U 62 Toledo 53 East. Hi. 98 West. 111. 75 INSIDE - OUTSIDE REFERENCES FURNISHED 10 YEARS EXPERIENCE y innm C Reasonable Rates NlullULd &CRULL ONE ROOM OR TEN! 552-3426 552-6505 ELWOOD MONDAY, JANUARY 18, 1971 Baltimore Claims Two World Champs MIAMI (UPI>-Baltimore is . the first city in 14 years to claim the world championship team in both pro baseball and football in the same season. T HE Baltimore Orioles won the World Series in five games oyer Cincinnati and the Baltimore Colts made it a sweep Sunday with a 16-13 victory over the Dallas Cowboys in the- Super Bowl. $ he last city to hold that honor was New York in 1956 when the Yankees won the World Series and the football Giants won the NFL crown. Ironically, the Baltimore fans don't seem to be overwhelmed by the success of their teams. There were empty seats at the baseball playoff and World Series games played in Baltimore and there, were also empty seats at both footbal playoff games played in Baltimore. Several rink. Tipton boys (Photo by. Joe and girls lineup to begin "Crack the Whip? on the Tipton Park skating O'Banion) , •].. j o • ' Mayor Rench Receives Word of Father's Death Mayor Ray Rench, Tipton, received word last night that his, father, Jacob Rench, 94,ofChill- icothe, HI., passed away Sunday at the Nursing Home following a two week illness. Funeral services will be Wednesday afternoon at the Weber Funeral Home, in Cbillicothe. Friends may call at the Weber Funeral Home Tuesday evening. The deceased was married to Ella Rench who preceded him..in, death in 1935. Hospital News FRI., JAN. 15, 1971 ADMISSIONS: Helen F. Robison, Cicero; Jeffrey Grimes, Cicero; Catherine L. Tittle, NoblesvUle; Clyde D. Runyan, Elwood; ' Mark Phifer, Tipton; Sherilee Christian, Sharpsville; Cloria A. Sowders. Tipton; Phillip S. Smith Sr., Windfall; Thelma. M. Raines, Tipton; .Danney W. .Zook, Cicero; Gene Goodnight,.. Atlanta; Sandra M. Young Elwood; Jesse F. Weaver, Michigantown; Evelyn H. Jackson, Atlanta. ' '• DISMISSALS: Larry A. Jung, Tipton; Larry Sanders, Tipton; Paula Dickey, Noblesville; Geneva Vandiver, Elwood; Pauletta Browning & Infant, Cicero; Linda Altherr, Tipton; Mary Ellen Cox, Tipton; Barbara Knotts Tipton; Grace Pence, Tipton; Herbert'Crouch, Elwood. Lifting fallen "caboose" from ;.icei following "Crack the Whip" maneuver. AU participants seem to be. in jovial spirits; despite the cold, and the ''lumps from "the bumps." • (Photo by Joe O'Banion) Nowatzke Adds Hoosier Flavor MIAMI (UPI) — Indiana can | bask today in some of the glory of the. Baltimore Colts' 16-1J3 win over Dallas in,Super Bowl V. •.. It was a Hoosier son' who the first with] Baltimore: "Tom the Bomb" WPS a man without; an apparent job last September. He had been given his release by the Detroit Lions,. : with whom he played his four * Regional Science (Continued from page one) bits, wili be exhibited at.the re. gional fair. ' i The fop winner in the senior . SAT., JAN. 16, 1971 ADMISSIONS: BessieM.Hand- cock; Tipton; OUie G. Bussler, Tipton; Martha E. Scott, Hobbs; Minnie F. Phillips, Tipton; James Ford. Atlanta; William E. Hannah, Tipton; Bertha M.Seaburn Anderson; Paul R. McCartney, Kokomo. DISMISSALS: Katherne McAdams, Tipton; Deborah Wallace, Sheridan; Reba Howery & infant Tipton; Freda S'. Henderson, Tipton; . Danny Zook, Cicero; Sarah Thornton, Tipton; Elmers Sloan Jr., Greentown; Catherine biological and senior physical TitUe> N6Uesville . Evelyn H> bulled two yards to score the: previous NFL seasons as a line- touchdown which tied the score backer and fullback. at 13-all, making way for Jim O'Brien's dramatic, game-winning !32-yard field goal with'five, seconds remaining in the game.' However, for Nowatzke the; game was a special bonus in his fifth professional season-r Millikin 89 DePauw 77 Sou. 111. 84 Ind, St. (Ind.) , Southwest Tulsa 90 Mmphs St. 85 Baylor 77 Texas 70 Rice 85 Arkansas 82 New Mexico 65 UTEP 53 Okla. 88 Colorado 73 Houston 74 Centenary 68 Pan Am. 103 Tex.-Arlngtn 89 Tex. Sou. 103 Prairie View $1 West UCLA 94 California 76 USC 71 Stanford 51 Washington 90 Alaska 62 , Utah St. 104 SeatUe 81 . BYU 82 Wyoming 68 Utah 80 Colo. St. 78 ' >. Ariz. St. 112 Arizona 83 Hawaii 105 Trnty (tex.) 67 Lng Bch St. 77 Snta Brbra Loyola 82 Santa Clara 61 UPO 95 Nev.-Reno 61 L.A. St. 97 San Diego 87 Air Force 69 Denver 65 Westmont 87 -Biola 61 Gonzaga 81 Mont. 73 N owatzke was signed as a linebacker by the Colts, who had also optioned former Indiana fullback Terry Cole earlier. The 6-foot-5, 230-pound former : IU star never saw defensive' action, 1 stepping into a starting berth after one month when a Baltimore running back was in- 80jured. j.' ' . - . The. Michigan City native started at fullback for Indiana from 1962-65 while the Hoosiers_ were rising to Big Ten prominence. He was voted Indiana's "most valuable" player in 1963 and was all-Big Ten in 1963 and 1964. He gained third-team all- America in 1964. Among Notwatzke's other, accomplishments at.Indiana were- records for most touchdowns in a season (10) and a tie for most Tds in a game (3). Ironically, he was the Hoosiers' field goal kicker for two years, holding the mark for the longest field goal of 50 yards. Sundsty, Notwatzke' was the Colts leading rusher with 33 yards in 10 carries. He also caught one pass for five .yards. His; touchdown came on a two- yard dive following a pass interception by Rick Volk. divisfdn^ from each of the 12 re gional fairs will receive trips to the Interjnational Science and Engineering Fair to be : heH. in Kansas City, Mo. in May. At thai fair, the regional winners will have an opportunity to compete [against science fair finalists from most of the 50 states and several foreign countries. Science fairs, locally, regionally and at the international level, shojw gralhically and effectively the magnitude of creativeness and scientific enterprise of which young scientists are capable." . | ; The fairs offer youngsters an opportunity to display their particular jscienCe talent and at the.' same time compete, for a variety of awards. . • The Lafayette Regional Science and Engineering Fair is sponsored by Purdue University and the- Lafayette Journal and Courier. Jackson, Atlanta. 59 ' In 1918. this man h traveled the South ' with a portable electric chart. uuva TONIGHT & TUES. ' TWO SHOWS «T 7:00 tV l:0S ME IRO fiOl DVVVN MAYI H PRE S£ NTS A JACK SMIGHT PROOurllON THE TRAUELIIUG EMEGUTI0IUER „ Mi TKi)i'(ii'".i; : STARTS WED.- 4 BIG DAYS! FRANK SINATRA AND w GEORGE KENNEDY f DIRTY DINGUS MAGEE' PANAVISION* • METROCOLOR (OP} SUN., JAN. 17, 1971 ADMISSIONS: Anna Mae Porter, Tipton; Elizabeth Cooper, Tipton; Julia A. Pickett, Tipton; Roy Sowders, Tipton; Richard Andrews Overdorf, -Atlanta; Jeanette J. Melon, Sharpsville; Eric Lee Bowlby, Tipton; Teresa M. King, Kokomo'; Gai- 2. Taylor, Tipton; John L.Wannei - -. Tipton; Linda F. Small, Tipton. DISMISSALS: Max A. White, Forest; Francis J. Warren, Cicero; James Lambert, Tipton; • Alice Nelson, Goldsmith; Mark Phifer, Tipton; Bertha Seaburn, Anderson. ' BIRTHS: Mr. and.Mrs. Alva Young, Elwood; Girl born Jan- *\r.- \7 it i.m. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Melton, SharpsviUe; Girl born January 17 at 3:43 a.m. WHEEL BALANCING Don't be tronded! GET YOUR CO-OP t Row Tires NOW! SERVICE BUREAU A COMPLETE CAR CARE BERRYMAN PIKE TIPTON

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