The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on February 4, 1971 · Page 8
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 8

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Page 8 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Vice President Agnew was but one of many Administration officials last week briefing ' the press and members of Congress on the President's State of the Union proposals .Shown here at a Nat'l Assn. of Counties-sponsored revenue sharing rally in Atlanta, Ga., the VP also spoke in Kansas City and this week will talk with the Governor of Illinois in Springfield and the Mayor of Indianapolis in Indiana. The topic will be the same: the fiscal crisis in state and local government and how the Nixon Administration proposals are designed to alleviate the problem. * Troops Wait 13 Communist dead. . ' Daniel said elements of the South Vietnamese 17th Cavalry received heavy ground fire today from a large Red force 6% | miles southwest of Fire * District Scouts ! (Continued from page one) und Area Council. Giving through the Community Fund and sustaining membership is low in this District in per capita compared to other areas, reported the Council. It was hoped by the Council that Caribou District would carry their "fair share" of the $30,000 needed for operating expenses in the Kfkthawenund area council areas. Support Base Saigon. Another cavalry unit skirmished with six to eight Communists eight miles west of Khe Sanh where the Communists! scattered to five or six bunkers in the area. Gunship crews killed one. Nearby, the 2nd Vietnamese Division killed three Communists. Five more were killed 11 miles northwest of Khe Sanh by gunships. - V Daniel said three American soldiers were injured by the explosion of an old mine at Khe Sanh airstrip today and were evacuated by helicopter. A man who was not wounded fell 200 feet to his death from the rescue helicopter. . Daniel said the U.S. border positions would be untenable unless supported ' by troops inside Laos and that the men involved were told they would be there at least three months. Daniel said the object of the operation — the biggest in South Vietnam in three years —was to cut the Ho Chi Minn trail, and that to do so effectively meant the capture of Sepone, 25 miles inside Laos. The mountain passes leading from North Vietnam empty into the: Sepone area, from which supplies are sent southward. The drive was supported by massive U.S. air strikes into Laos, an-offense by B52s and fighter-bombers that entered its 118th day today. U.S. helicopter gunships and supply planes also were involved.. * Federal Land Bank (Continued from page one) sen, Manager of the local association. The Federal Land Bank Association of Tipton provides long term credit to farmers in this ; area to purchase or improve farm land and buildings, including facilities of a specialized nature, to provide homes, refinance indebtedness and other eligible purposes. NOW YOU .KNOW By United Press International •The Apollo ,14 astronauts named their lunar lander Antares after the brightest star! in the constellation Scorpio. Hospital News! . .'ADMISSIONS: Paul Mottwiler, Elwood; Janet Lorraine Sellers, Frankfort;' Susan McFarland, Tipton; Charles C.Gathman, Tipton; Susan Gileibach, Elwood; Estella Fenn, Hemlock; Eileen Carson, Atlanta;. Martha Nixon, Sharpsville; Janice Cox, Tipton; Sherry Head, Sharpsville. DISMISSALS: Pauline Gilpin, Indianapolis; Judy Kaiser, Arcadia; Hazel Standerford, Tipton; Edgar Barnes, Tipton; Douglas Spires, Kokomo; Juliahne Massey, Tipton; Diana S. Scircle and infant, Kokomo; CharlynMcGow- an and infant, Tipton; Captolla Castor, Tipton; Martha Brown, Windfall; Diana Gunkel and infant, Tipton; Mary Grace, Sharpsville; Winnie Ruth Turnar, Frankfort: John Henry Freeman, Kokomo; Cora Jones, Goldsmith; Angela Newton, Kokomo; Shirley. Rittenhouse, Kokomo; Juanita Cast, Sheridan; Roy Rhoades, Windfall. j NOW YOU KNOW By United Press International Many fish, particularly varieties of needlefish, have blue- green skeletons. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1971 * Tipton Co. Roads (Continued from page one); slick in the northwest portion of the state, extremely slick, and hazardous in the northeast, wet to icy west central, slick and hazardous east central, slick and; wet southwest, wet to slushy and slick southeast. High temperatures Wednesday ranged from 29 at most stations to 35 . at Evansville. Lows during the night ranged from 24 at Terre Haute to 33 at Evansville. ' j By 8 a.m. the mercury had climbed. to 32 at South Bend and ; Fort <Wayne, 33 at Terre Haute, 34 at Indianapolis and 24, ' MdSOniC Supper-- "How will you have your Oysters—Stewed, Jxied or Raw?" asked' "the above five cooks at the Sharpsville Masonic Lodge Kitchen Wednesday night. (L-R) are Walter McElfresh, Jonathan Harper, Bryce Burkhalter, Paul Harper, Bill Boles, Curt Kennedy and Arthur Huggleri Omer (Skeet) Cloud who had helped cook at the annual Sharpsville Reserve Lodge 363 F & AM Oyster Supper-for years did assist in the supper until 6 p.m. when he had to leave for his anniversary party, and was not in the picture. ! ' than 100 Masons from Sharpsyilleland Tipton attended the Suppec-Inspection meeting. Grand Lecturer Howard «0. Hunter |did the inspecting of both Sharpsville and Tipton Blue More Indiana Lodge Masons on the Entered Apprentice Degree. (Staff Photo by Eldon Cage) at Evansville. ; Some schools were closed in the New -Castle,j Noblesville, Rushville, Delphij and Monticello areas. The heavy rain falling on frozen earth created vast: pools of surface water in fields,, lawns, and in some streets and . roads. - : . .. i'i- - • Rainfall totals included Indianapolis .91, Cincinnati .88, Louisville .77, Evansville .60, Lafayette .34, Fort Wayne .28, South ! Bend .08, Terre Haute 1.48, Greencastle 1.26, Rushville 1.19, Spencer 1.01, Knightstown EVERYDAY IS DOLLAR DAY AT DOLLAR GENERAL STORES EVERYDAY IS DOLLAR DAY AT DOLLAR GENERAL STORES i ,1.05, Austin 1 .95, Monticello .22, Vincennes 173, FrankWt .63, Crawfordsyiile .79, j Seymour .69, Anderson .54, Bedford .68. Forecasts called for highs today rangingj from 34 to 50, lows tonight from the mid 30s to the 40s, and highs Friday: from the 40s to the 50s. . j It will j begin to turn colder Friday, paving the way for a chilly weekend. Lows are expected to range from 4 to 10 north to the teens south Saturday through! Monday, and highs from the 20s to the low 30s. Except for possible snow flur­ ries north Saturday, the three- day period likely will be fair and cold. ; 'County College (Continued from page one) Tipton students Perry Adair, route 4, assigned to Beford High School, and George Lee Foster, route 1, Kokomo High School, are among Indiana University students receiving student teaching assignments in Hoosier schools for either the first eight weeks or the second eight weeks of the second semester. "Head of Christ" is a plaster sculpture made by Diana Sowder, Huntington, who placed first at the Art for Religion Exhibit at | Emanuel j Lutheran Church. jThis sculpture and many other exhibits may be seen at the Lutheran Churcj^State Road 19 from 1-5 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. through Sunday, February 7. (Staff Photo by Nancy Sottong)/*-"* ENDS TONIGHT I COUGAR COUNTRY I Starts TOMORROW! When a whole way of fife ends for half a nation, look for trouble, j And Monte Walsh. MARVIN "MONTE WALIaT MINI

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