The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on February 16, 1971 · Page 6
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 6

Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, February 16, 1971
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Page 6 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Graveside Rites Tipton Native Dies Monday Held Monday For Templeton Infant . Graveside services were held at Fairyiew Cemetery Monday for infant Rebecca Sara Templeton who was born Saturday at 6 p.m. and died at 7:10 p.m. at Tipton County Memorial Hospital. The infant was the daughter of Sherman and Rosemary (Ley) Templeton. Young-Nichols Funeral Home was in charge of services. Mrs. Bertha B. Knee, 87, of 1198 North street, Noblesville, died Monday at Midland House, Inc. in Indianapolis. Funeral services will be Wednesday at 10 a.m. atCoaltrin Funeral Home in Noblesville with Wade L. Hardy, of Fifth Church of Christ Science, Indianapolis, officiating. Burial will be at Fairview Cemetery in Tipton. Friends may call at Coaltrin Funeral Home anytime. The deceased was born in Tip­ ton November 26, 1883, the daughter of Melvin and Kate (Mance) Bowlin. She was married to George Knee who preceded her in death. She was a member of Order of Eastern Star and attended Tipton High School. She. was retired following 40 years in Washington, D.C. with theUjS. Treasurey Department .; Surviving is a niece, Mrs. William R. Hall of Noblesville and several other nieces and nephews. :• Loretta 0. Ryan Dies Monday Funeral servicesfor Miss Loretta C. Ryan, 82, a Tipton County native, who died-Monday 9:30 a.m. at her'Indianapolis home, . 6439 Johnson Road, will be held 2:15 p.m. Thursday at the St. John's Catholic Church in Tipton. The Rev. Carl E. Ecker t will officiate. Burial will be in the St. John's Cemetery. Friends may call at the Young- Nichols Funeral Home .after 1 . p.m. Wednesday. The Rosary "will be said at the Young- Nichols Funeral Home at 8 p.m. Tuesday. She had been ill two years. " Miss Ryan was born June 23, . 1888 in Tipton County to James T. and Mary (Gleason) Ryan. She was a member of the St. Lawrence Catholic Churchitt Indianapolis, attended the Methodist Hospital School of Nursing and was a registered nurse 'for 55 years. ~ • r - . ^Surviving is a niece, Mrs. Joan Stratman, of'-Indianapolis, . with whom Miss Ryan made her home and several other nieces and nephews. Atlanta Native Dies Sunday Everett Ramsey, 61, an Atlan- Samuel and Lillie (Wilson) Ram- ta native, died Sunday morning sey and a graduate of Atlanta at Center Line, Michigan, follow- High School, ing a lengthy illness. Funeral TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16. 1971 Deputies Killed In River Bottom By WILLIAM P. OPPEL » DALLAS (UJPI)— Two brothers being sought on a burglary warrant allegedly..killed three sheriffs deputies Monday in a deserted river| bottom. A fourth officer was wounded and a fifth rolled off a ledge and escaped. Murder charges were filed today against one of the brothers. He was believed to be heading for Edinburg in South Texas where who might- -be services will be Wednesday at 11 a.m." at Ford Funeral Home in Center Line, Mich., with burial at Richmond, Mich. . The deceased-Was the son of Surviving are two daughters a sister, Mrs. Lucille Hagga- bone of Armada, Mich, and a brother, Maurice Ramsey of Indianapolis. At Reunion Dinner served at the Lutheran School approximately 46put of town guests returned from Cincinnati, Chicago, Huntington, Indianapolis, Kokomo, Elwood, and Noblesville. Letters were read from class members now living in Wisconsin, California, Illinois, Missouri and Arizona. he has relatives able to help him Ivan Whisler Rites Thursday Funeral services for Ivan G. Whisler of 339 Columbia Ave., Tipton, who died 6 p.m. Sunday will be held at the Leather man- Morris^ Funeral Home at 1:30 p.m. Thursday. The Rev. Richard McQuinn will officiate and burial will be in the Arcadia Cemetery. Mr. Whisler is survived by the wife, Dolly (Windrers) .Whisler and one daughter, Mrs. John (Helen) Miller of Lonpoc, Calif. Also one granddaughter and two great-grandchildren survive. 12 Americans Killed In Laos By BERT W, OKULEY SAIGON (UPI) - Military sources today reported the arrival of 3,000-U.S.-trained Laotian, hill tribesmen led by American Central' Intelligence Agency (CIA) agents to harass North Vietnamese troops in the Ho Chi Minh Trail complex of IBM MEN & WOMEN ARE URGENTLY NEEDED TO TRAIN AS Computer Programming and Machine Training Persons selected will be trained In a program which need not interfere with present job. If .you qualify, training can be financed. Write today, Box E %Tipton Daily Tribune. Please include home phone number and age. Th|preport coincided with a U.S. command announcement that at least 12 Americans were killed monday in helicopter crashes including loss of a big cargo- chopper over Laos. Military spokesmen also said a U.S.hjet fired on a North Vietnamese antiaircraft site for the second consecutive day. Military sources said Kha and Lao Thung tribesmen were. moved into a region west of the Communist supply junction of Sepone, 27 miles inside Laos from the Pakse area, 110 miles to the south. The guerrillas have been recruited and armed and led by CIA agents, the' sources said. The guerrillas are being used for attacks against North . Vietnamese units preparing to Morning Services at the church were conducted by the Rev. D. W. Biester, present pastor of Emanuel, with the Rev. Allen Fedder serving as preacher. Rev. Fedder of Des Plaines, Uli- nois served as Emanuel's pastor froni 1935 to 1939. The next anniversary event in Emanuel's year-long celebration will be held on March 14. . face a South Vietnamese task force pushing west along Highway 9, the. sources said. UPI Correspondent Robert E. Sullivan reported from Quang Tri, South Vietnam, meanwhile, that U.S. military commander Gen. Creighton W. Abraras and Gen. Cao, South Vietnamese WELCOME...To Our 9th Annual COMB EAT WITH US February 18-19-20 F-R-E-E HAM LUNCH and Potato Chips F-R-E-E Pepsi and Coffee SPECIALS THRU MARCH 13th. 20% DISCOUNT FREE BONUS BUYS (1) FREE-Cee-Tee Pliers When Your Purchase Totals $10.00 or more (2) FREE- 8" -10" & 12" (set of 3) Adjustable Wrenches When Your Purchase Totals $75.00 or more (3)-FREE-16Pc. V2" Socket Set When Your Purchase Totals $150.00 or more ALL WINTER JACKETS (Men-Ladies & Children) ALL LADIES WINTER BOOTS In Stock WINTER UNDERWEAR AUTO-TRUCK-IMPLEMENT TIRES . .BEST PRICES IN THE AREA Before You Buy Check Our Quality And Our Price For Best VALUE FLEET SUPPLY, INC KOKOMO, INDIANA V /2 Mile North Of K-AAART On U.S. 31 ByPass army chief of staff, arrived for secret meetings oh the Laotian caraoaip-n. . Five GIs were killed and a sixth was missing in the crash of a big CH47 Chinook cargo helicopter supporting the South Vietnamese drive in Laos, it was the first Chinook lost in the Laotian offensive. It was the 15th American helicopter reported destroyed in the Laotian campaign although American officers have said the number of 'copters shotdown but t later recovered totals nearer 30. Seven other Americans were killed Monday with a UH1 Huey helicopter on a medical evacua- . tion mission crashed 12 miles southeast of Hue. The j crash occurred outside the area of the Laotian campaign. • Military spokesmen said an F105 Wild Weasel fighter- bomber carried out a "protective reaction" strike against an antiaircraft missile site 21 miles west of the North Vietnamese panhandle city of Dong Hoi Monday. U.S. military sources said the F105 fired a Shrike missile when the plane's electronic gear indicated the North Vietnamese radar had locked on nearby 352 bombers and was preparing to fire. The sources said it was not known whether the U.S. missile damaged the Communist antiaircraft site. The strike was five miles north of where an F105 carried out a similar attack Sunday. South Vietnamese t r oops pushing through the', Ho Chi Minh complex Monday reported a clash that killed eight Communists and. resulted in four government troops killed and 11 wounded. | The limited campaign in Laos began Feb. 8J with ' South Vietnamese troops crossing the border in an effort to cut the Ho Chi Minh trail and destroy Communist arms and supplies in bunkers that have escaped six years of American bombing. NEWS BRIEFS By United Press International NOL IMPROVING" HONOLULU (UPI)— Cambo- _. dian Prime Minister Lon Nbl was reported slightly improved today in his recuperation from a stroke. The ailing ruler was flown here last weekend for.therapy treatment at. Tripler General Hospital, a U.S. military facility. ; Doctors said his improvement has been "slight but significant." He will be here indefinitely,, doctors said. FINE POP ' LONDON (UPIH A London court fined the-Tremeloes pop singing group and their manager $24,000 Monday for,avoiding customs duty on musical instruments and amplifiers brought to England from the United States. ' Court officials said the four. British singers and their manager admitted trying to evade the customs duty and cross the Mexican border. The other [brother was in. custod4 and under interrogation by Dallas County deputies. He did not cob2 ss to the slayings ag 'ough deputies found his fingerprints "all over'f)'he car which drove the officers to the scene of their execution. • Dallas County deputies Samuel Garcia Infante, 32, and William Don ^ Reese, 31, and Ellis County Deputy A.K. Robertson were killed. Each of the officers' jwas shot several times and Reese was shot with two. different j weapons. held by the same gunman. Ellis County Deputy Wendell Dover, 49, "i was wounded arid A.D. % ?F?--j-O'A Dallas county deputy, escaped and provided police with 'the first story of what happened. • The brothers apparently bur. glarized ' a home in Bristol, Tex., Monday|afternoon. Robertson and Dover went, to the sospects' home -with Infante, a Spanish translator for. the Dallas County Sheriff. Both suspects were Mexican-Ameri• cans. ; ' ;[ • Infante later called his office asking , for ] a "consent-to- search" warrant and McCurley. and Reese brought the warrant tong65hdme. men entered one of the cars. Infante at the wheel, and' drove into the nearby bottomland of the Trinity River. .' :> ."THS IS screamed. kill us now.' "There's us," Reese our guns." . But one of'the two suspects replied teat the men must be killed ECAUSE, "you could identify us." Reese, who had worked his hands free then took a swing at one of the gunmen. He was killed. The others scattered. McCurley tumbled over the ledge to the river bank and ran. He later said he could hear the deputies screaming for their lives and several shots being fired. He reached a road and flagged down a car and was taken to a gas station where be called Dallas police. A squad car picked him up almost immediately and drove back to the scene. Officers found Dover first. He was stumbling" in a field several hundred yards from the scene. He had been shot in the chest and arm. He was taken to Parkland Hospital where he was listed in fair condition after surgery. Infante's body was^found face down. Thirty feet away were the bodies of Robertson and Reese. . IT," I n 25a n 9 i 'They're going to, no reason to kill said. "You've got were each fined $4,800'.. MINE CRASH SEOUL (UPI)- Coal-carrying cable cars clashed in. a shaft at a, provincial mine Monday, killing 11 miners and' injuring 17 others^ police reported today. The accident took place at a coal mine J in . Changsong, 90 miles southeast of Seoul, according to police. The miners were riding the cars to report to work^ police said. JORDAN IN SURGERY . DURHAM] N ; C. (upi)-sen. B. Everett [Jordan, D-N.C, 74, is reported in good condition after surgery at Duke University hospital for a malignant tumor.;' • (•':.• underwent surgery for removal -of the locatedin his colon, said that although the was malignant. Jordn Monday tumor, Doctors tumor. Today's Sports Parade Is. (Continued from page 4) announced Flood, here to plug the book published by Trideii Press and selling for; $5.95, looks ready to play right now after a year of the good life in Copenhagen. He made sure it wasn't THAT good. Stops in Time took care of myself,' he 'I like a drink once in but I also know when to "I says, awhile stop." Flood rocked the boat originally in October of 1969 when he he wouldn't report aftr the Cardinals traded him to the Phillies in a seven-man. deal. He j nearly tipped the vessel overboard when.he went ahead and j brought suit against baseball to' test the. reserve clause even though the Phillies offered him $100,000. He said he didn't want^ to be a "slave." Next week Flood reports to his new ball club, the Senators, in Pompano, Fla. It'll .mark his first time back in the big WED. - THURS. - FRI. - SAT." THE 2 BIGGEST BONDS OF ALL | SEAN C0NNEBY is JAMES BONO | "THUNDERBALL" ^"SE' 15 months. Ted Williams . once 10 years ago/' Flood was still, with the I listened to him leagues in "I met more than saysi "He Red Sox and and Harry Walker -talking hitting in 1 the dugout.' I'm looking forward to seeing Ted." Curt Flood concedes he'll probably be "a little nervous" the first day but he knows he'll get over j it. He has a .293 lifetime average for 12 years with the Cardinals and tends to feel he can maintain that level with the. Senators. "Sometimes I do think what will happen if I have the worst year I ever had in my life," he confesses.' "But then. I say to myself 'Curt, after 12 years of playing baseball in the major leagues and having some degree of success, how can you ever contemplate failing?' " Hospital Notes MON„ FEB. 15, 1971 . ADMISSIONS: Jennette Whitaker, Tipton; Glenda Martin, Kokomo; Garry Wayne Tidier, Sharpsville; Gay Lynn Tidier, Sharpsville. DISMISSALS: Cathy Anderson Arcadia; Wilma Hunter, Kokomo; Frederick Hiatt,. Tipton; Rosemary Templeton, Tipton; Ernest Richardson, Michigantown; AldenaWren, Tipton; Boyd Barnes, Tipton; Naomi Lewis, Atlanta; Joseph Silence, Kempton. BIRTH: Mr. and Mrs. Kerry Drake, Kempton; Boy born February 14, at 5:26 p.m. • Fri. February 12, 1971 ADMISSIONS: Katherine Ja- . mes, Hobbs; Betty Thai-p, Kokomo; Johnny Nellems Fort .Wayne; Alene Capps, Nobles-" ville; Boyd Barnes, Tipton; Joseph Silence, Kempton; Shannon Joines, Tipton; Gary Dean, Cicero; Debra Miller, Tipton; Joyce Higginbottom, Kokomo; Linda Chave2, Tipton; Raymond Yeary, Tipton; Cathy Anderson, Arcadia. DISMISSALS: Gloria Widows, Cicero; Rickie Baker, Atlanta- Roy Girard, Tipton; Kurt Slayton, Tipton; Johnny Nellems, ' Fort Wayne; Gaylon Cross, Kokomo. ' BIRTH: Mr. and Mrs. James Miller, Tipton; 'Girl born February 12 at 1:16 p.m. . • Sat., February 13, 1971 ADMISSIONS:%>earl E.Shock- ney, Windfall; DeLee Morris, Tipton; Jennie L. Patterson, Frankfort; Rosemary Templeton Tipton; Julie R. Plake, Tipton; Kathy L. Drake, Kempton; Frederick Wi Hiatt, Tipton; Vivian L. Fisher, Kempton; Wilda I. Rice, Tipton. DISMISSALS: Shannon L. Joines, Tipton; Beatrice Cripe, Tipton; Angela Reeves, Windfall; Gary E. Dean, Cicero; Janice Dauenhauser, Elwood; Patricia Ann Moore, Tipton; Infant Moore, Tipton. BIRTHS: Mr. and Mrs. Roger Higginbottom, Kokomo; Girlborn at 2:57 a.m. February 13. Mr. and Mrs. James Plake, Tipton; . Girl born at 3:05 a.m, • February 13. Sun., February 14, 1971 ADMISSIONS: William H.My­ ers, Greentown; Helen Lineback Kempton; Ronald L. Cole, Tipton; Lennie O. Wimborough, Sheridan; William A. Murphy, Tipton; Timothy D. Chappell, Tipton. DISMISSALS: Mary Long, Windfall; Jill Click and Infant, Anderson; Nester Harmon, Tipton; Caroline Thomas, Tipton. W E D N E S D Associate Store ' A Y New Management CLIFF & CAROL TONJES - OWNERS 107 Court Tipton

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