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Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, February 23, 1971
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Page 6 -Cage-o/ogy Delphi, Devil Opponent Service Man Tipton Frosh Records Moses' Technical FLTBB Team 'By El Jon Cage.Tribune Sports Editor *** THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Four 7 Footers Help Matdes Win ^Nine Killed Tipton's Tournament opponent Wednesday night at the fine Frankfort High School Gym is the Delphi Oracles with a season record of 11-9. Delphi Coach Dick Campbell starts two Sophomores, one Junior and two Seniors and . the opening lineup will probably be Pat Manahan 6-3 Soph and . Dave Hutton 5-9 Senior at Forwards; Brad Groninger 6-0 Senior at Center; and Steve Blickenstaff 5-8 and Dan Isley 5-6 Junr ior at Guards. Manahan who averages 25.8 per game is the son of former Sharpsville High School baseball and basketball coach Gerald Manahan; a fine tutor and gentleman. Tipton Coach John Moses will probably start Joe Achenbach and Tim "Clouser at Forwards; Bob Richardson at Center, and Bill Sullivan and Jim York or Jeff Juday at Guards. Mike Jackson and Larry Harper a pair of 6-0 Sophs are primed for relief duty at almost any position. The Frankfort Gym is to the south of the new high school a. bout one mile east of Frankfort on lnd." 28. The parking facilities . and gym facilities are about the best at any.State sectional site. C-0 J Nine members of the Farmers Loan & Trust Company Independent Basketball Team, which Sunday gave the Fraternal Order of Police its first defeat of the whole season. FOP had won 12 straight loop games and FLT edged them 46-44 in the first game of the Tourney. 'Front row (1-r) Gary Hill, Mike Zimmerman, Tom Phifer', Jay.WhelcheL Second Row (1 -r) Keith Smith, Tom Grigsby, Toby Burkhardt, Dave Stahly, and Ben Hobbs. FLT meets the Windfall Lions next Sunday at-1 p.m. in the second round of the Tipton County Independent BasketbalJ League Tournament at the Tipton National Guard Armory. C-0 , • • Tipton Coach John Moses had a Technical Foul whistled on him in last Saturday night's final season game and win at Maconaquah at about the six minute mark to go in the first quarter. The Braves tosser missed, but this so fired up the Satans that it was no contest for the remainder of the 30 minutes. 'C-0 Another Armed Services man who was a former Tipton High School Football Player is PFC Ronald Jay Anderson, 309-542684, 696 ORD - Co. (Ammo.) APO SF 96358. Jay is in the Army and is in South Korea. He recently/suffered facial burns, was off duty for a few days, but" apparently has recovered sufficiently to resume bis duties. C-0 Persons wishing to let readers know the whereabouts of friends or relatives who were former athletes, please write to this column, giving details. C-0 • Tipton's Freshmen A Basketball Team finished the season with a 9-5 record and the B Frosh, had a 4-8 record. The statistics show that the A Frosh had some good field shooters and two terrific rebounders in Fred Cox and Jerry Carnes. Landru, Carnes and Gillam were all close to the .400 shooting mark. For the B squad, major reboun­ ders were Altherr, Miller, Hoover, and Patmore. Bobby Jaqua and Hunter led in the scoring. Twenty one Frosh players on the two teams had records and more information will be publicized. HONORARY CHAIRMEN NEW YORK (UPI>-Vice President Spiro T. Aghew and governors from 30 states, including Nelson Rockefeller of • New York and Ronald Raygan. of California, will serve as honorary. chairmen at a testimonial dinner honoring former heavyweight boxing great Joe Louis on Friday, May 14, at Caesar's Palace, Las Vegas. • new 95 or 120 bushel capacity mixing tank • new 21" mill • new mill to mixing tank auger • new high tensile strength steel frame • new mixing auger transmission runs in oil new self-contained hydraulic drive available check the new 2V high performance, low power mill Bats into your system ADLERS ti;S. 3l & Sharpsville Road 963-5397 By JOE CARNICELLI " UPI Sports Writer . Four of's seven- footers turned in stellar performances Monday night to help their teams to victory. Pembrook Burrows (7-0) and Artis Gilmore (7-2) combined for 52 points as sixth-ranked Jacksonville clubbed East Carolina 127-69. Burrows had 27 points and Gilmore hit for 25 while taking down 28 rebounds and blocking 13 shots as the Dolphins surged to their 15th consecutive victory and 22nd in 24 games. Jim McDaniels (7-0) of eighth-ranked Western Kentucky hit for 41. points in the Hilltoppers' 94-93 victory in overtime over Eastern Kentucky. Danny Johnson, a 6-1 guard, hit his only field goal of the game in overtime to give Western Kentucky its 19th victory against four losses. Tom Payne (7-2) scored all 16 of his points in. the first half as Kentucky (No. 12\ build up an early lead and coasted to a 10174 victory over Alabama. Payne and Tom Parker, who also had 16 in the first half, helped the Wildcats build a 44-31 halftimt lead. 1 ' A - couple of near seven- fobters also, turned in impres- .sive performances. Tom Owens (-11) scored 19 points and 6-10 Tom Riker added 16 as seventh- ranked South Carolina ^downed Houston 88-71 and^-10 Lee Dedmon scored' 15 points, and grabbed 16 rebounds to lift 13th- ranked North Carolina to a 7061 triumph over Florida State. In the only other" action involving a rankded team, Mike Edwards' 25-point performances sparked 16th-ranked. Tennessee to an 88-67 rout of Louisiana State. Elsewhere, Virginia Tech beat Ohio, 86-80, North Carolina". State ripped Virginia, 97-77, Massachusetts clubbed Syracuse, 86-71, Florida tripped Mississippi; 85-68, Davidson drubbed The. Citadel, 85-50, Washington, edged Stanford, 7269, Mississippi State defeated Georgia, 62-57, and California ' romped past Washington State, 102-76. The Missouri-Oklahoma State, Kansas State-Kansas and Oklahoma-Nebraska games were called off because of poor weather conditions. mumtnis Bomsm TiMB LEAGUE V. STANDINGS THURSDAY NIGHT LADIES' MERCHANTS LEAGUE Coin-O-Wash . Ross & Doggett Farmers Loan Zehner's Shoes Tipton Clinic F.M.C. Lewis Standard Rhodes' Jewelry Bowl-O-Drome Leavell & Bates- Robinson's Junior's "66" 63-25 *60-2c 57-1/2-30-1/2 46-1/2-41-1/2 45-1/2-42-1/2 42-46 40-48 40-48 36-1/2-51-1/2 35-1/2-52-1/2 32-56 29-1/2-58-1/2 GAMES WON/LOST Bowl-O-Drome (2,862 - 4 pts.) over Leavell & Bates (2,654 -Opt.) ' Lewis Standard (2,962 - 3 pts.) over Zehner's Shoes (2,846 - lpt.) . Ross & Doggett (2,864 - 3 pts.) over Tipton Clinic (2,710 - lpt.) . Farmers Loan (2,885 - 4 pts.) over F.M.C. (2,721 - pt.). Rhodes' Jewelry (2,960 -'3 pts.) over Robinson's (2,772 - 1 Pt) Coin-O-Wash {2,814 - 4 pts.) over Junior's "66" (2,588 - 0 Pt.) HIGH ACTUAL SCORES 190 Game or Over: Charlene Browning-236; Bonnie Shuck- 215; Sandy Fox-195; Ellie StilweU-193; Kay Tragesser-191; Sharon Smith-190; Jan Witham-190. 475 Series or Over: Ellie Stilwell-541; Charlene Browning- 538; Kay Tragesser-528; Marcia Pittz-501; Loretta Little-500; Jan Witham-500; Geneva Grishaw-499; Margaret Worden-498; Janet Dolan-494; Bonnie Shuck-494; Cindy Dane-490; Sharon Smith-489. . MONDAY NIGHT MENS MERCHANTS BOWLING LEAGUE 1. Co-op Service Center . • 40- 8 2. Detrex Chemicals 38- 10 3. Plake Floor Covering 28- 20 4. Farmers Loan & Trust Co. 24 - 24 5. McGraws' 24 - 24 6. Team #5 24- 24 7. Suburban Lanes ' 22 - 26 8. Slim's Hi-Ho Bar 22 - 26 9. Moose Lodge 20 - 28 lOi/Westslde Tavern 19 - 29 111 Manufacturer's Life Ins. 14 - 34 12. Hawkins & Son Cable 13- 35 Moose Lodge (R. Watts, 522) over Suburban Lanes (C. Koors, 553) 6-2. ' '..v Detrex Chemicals (V.E. WItham, 589) over Slim's Hi-Ho Bar (B. Compton, 572) 6-2. Westside Tavern (D. Myers, 594) over Hawkins & Son Cable (B. Hawkins, 517) 5-3. Team #5 (B. Morrisett, 557) over McGraws* (D. Needier, 556) 6-2. Co-op Service Center (R. Robinson, 561) over Farmers Loan & Trust Co. (K. Altherr, 569) 6-2. Manufacturer's Life Ins. (K. Seward,. 542) tied Plake Flooi Covering (P. Moeller, 549) 4-4. Debbie Myers rolled 594 for the high 3 game series. V. E. Witham rolled 589 for. the 2nd high 3 game series. Don Essig rolled 236 for the.high single game. Randy Robinson and Kenny Altherr rolled 232 for the 2nd high single game. FINAL NIGHT | STARTS 7 : qo& 9, MUMOUNt fCn »IS HtSINIS MKHAELJ. REDFORD POUARD little Fouss and BIG HAISY Starts TOMORROW! .TbroJ, The incredible attack on Pearl Harbor as told from both the American and Japanese sides. "THIS EXPLOSIVE •LOCUUSTIRTOPS IVEN f R|f» rtAVCll THE I0H6EST PAY* AS IMTHTAIMMtMT" f PltfUAl SIM (Continued from page one) after repeated hostile acts and recent surface-to-air missile' firings by antiaircraft positions . against U.S. aircraft involved in interdiction . of North Vietnamese supplies along the Ho Chi Minh Trail in Laos.'' The 19th Parallel;is about 130 miles north of the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) border with South Vietnam. South Vietnamese spokesmen in • Saigon today issued ; their first casualty report on the recent - Communist siege of "Landing 'zone Ranger" about five miles inside Laps and 12 miles northwest of Lao Baa. . They said that at least 100 government soldiers were slain, 145 wounded and "78 listed as ' missing in action in the bitter fighting which forced the .'South Vietnamese to. evacuate one hilltop .base last Saturday night and move to another three miles away. | According to the spokesmen, at least J525 Communist soldiers were killed in the battle, many by scores' of air strikes and- artillery barrages. An estimat- • ed i;000 rangers now are occupying the hilltop position, field reports indicated. Military spokesmen said total government casualties in the 16-day-old drive into the Ho Chi Minh complex are 276 dead, 852 wounded and 101 missing in action. Communist losses were, placed at 2,089 dead, In Phnom Penh, American sources said U.S. air power is being used to protect military convoys carrying American aid to Cambodia. "It's a protection of our. investment." thev said. Three American civilian seamen were wounded in the ambush when the Filipino tug Shawnee was hit '"Lincoln (Continued from page one) era! Elections since Women's; Suffrage in 1920. ; ' Tipton, County Republican Chairman and also the Fifth District Chairman Richard Regnier acted as Master of Ceremonies and had assistance in the introductory periods by Vice-Chairman Jeanette Moree and then Maxine Nash, a longtime friend and Campaign worker of Dr. Butz i made that introduction. ] The Normanda Christian Church women cooked and served the meal with assistance from their men folk. The Young Originals were the entertainment group and Joe O'Banion furnished the .dinner music. '. I All County, City, Township and Precinct GOP workers were recognized by. the chairman and vice-chairman. * Utility Board (Continued from page one) less Pump Co., Alternate bid only $103,960. The Utility Board, members too, noted that the new Backhoe unit, ordered in January had arrived at the Tipton Water Plant and had been placed in Service to be used under the operation of Ted Sharpl Superintendent, vehicle operator, Jim Blaylock, foreman Keith Spay and laborer Larry Nether ton. ' Basketball By United Press International COLLEGE .Vincenhes 128 Allegheny 77 NAIA Pre-Tourney Playoff (District 21) At Oakland City Anderson .91 Rose-Hulman 8> (of i Huntington 96 Oakland City 90 • HIGH SCHOOL TOURNEY SECTIONALS \ . At Fort Wayne I Leo 66 Snider 65 Elmhurst 64 Catholic 61 •Thirteen (Continued from page one) speeding 80 miles per hour in 65 mile zone Friday at 2:25 p.m.; Jack Hall, 36, Kokpmo, speeding 79 miles per hour in 65 mile zone Saturday at 2:45 p.m.;Gaylord Saltzgaber, 49, Mishawaka, speeding 80 miles per hour in 65 mile zone on U.S. 31 Saturday;. Cardwell Reed, 22, Indianapolis, speeding 85 miles' per hour in 65 mile zone on UjSi 31, Friday at 3:25 p.m.; Douglas Darcell, 18, Elkhart, speeding 80 miles per hour in 65 mile zone on U.S. 31 Saturday at 5 p.m. and Anna Robertson, 45, Elwood, speeding 80 miles per hour jin 65 mile zone on! UJ3. 3.i, Sunday at 3:35 P.m. . "|. '...•:' • Indiana State Trooper J. L. Sailors reported the following speeding arrests: TerrylL.Wis- ner, 20, Winchester, speeding 79 miles per. hour in 65 mile zone on U.S. 31 Monday at|ll:10 a.m.; Charles M. Burnett, 47; speeding on U.S. 31 at 78.miles per hour in 65 mile zone Monday at 11:35 a.m. and. Michael Calloway, 18, Kokbmo; speeding 84 miles per hour in 65 mile zone Sunday at. 4:10 p.m. on UJS, 31 .J ; Property Transfers Property transfers recorded in the offices of Tipioii County Recorder Virginia Hoover during the past few days (are as follows: Lester and.Fada E. Dragoo to Billy and Edna M. Weldon. warranty deed, pts. of Lot 1 & 2 Tipton in J. M. -Loers Add'n; Martha Schulenburg to Steven J. Colson, et ux. J warranty deed Lot 90 Tipton, William H. Marker's Second Add'n. f Ernest Delph! Jr., ,et uxto Charles Liston, et ux, warranty deed. Lot 4 BlocklTipton,Young and Jones Add'n; Edmund Murphy to Ronald J. and Mary J. Owsley, warranty . deed, Pt SE4-13-22-3 0.999 acre; Clarence DeVaney, • et ux to William P. Sherwood et ux, warranty deed, |Pt. NE4 2521-4 2.0 acres; Brothers Construction and Realty Co.- Inc. to Robert J. Blessing iet ux, warranty deed Pt. Sl/2 SE 1/4; J. Carleton Hull, et ux, to Daniel J. Stahly, Warranty |deed, Pt. SE 4 3-21-4, 0.50 acre. Tipton*Building and Loan Ass'n to James E. Foreman etux, warranty deed. Lot 1 Block 6, Windfall Park Add'n; City of Tipton toStbkely-VanCamp Inc. warranty deed Pt S E 4, 3-21-4, 16.2 acres; Richard A. Cochran, etux to Ronald E. Christman Warranty deed Pt Lot 8-27, TiptonSouth Add'n; Madonna L. Wright to .Realty Exchange Corp; w rran- ty. deed, Lots 9-10-11-12-1314-16-17-18-19-20 j in W. C. Kring's Second Add'n; Cheryl P, Gulley to - Gary W. Gulley quit claim deed |Pt NE4 NE 4 34-23-4, 0.498 acre-Robert Shu^. pperd,. et ux,' to Aubrey C. Day et ux, warranty! deed Lot 6, Block 11, Tipton, John P. Kemp's Third Add'n; Juel Pugh to General Telephone Co. of Indiana Inc. warranty deed Lot 6 Block •Land Purchased (Continued from page one) "- cials. Drugs are in use by high school, junior high; school and. some grade' students in the coun- . ty. Court procedures eliminate •much of the the drug program, she stated. The Windfall group urged that a Community Council be developed to assist in the drugprogram. This program to be j directed towards the 17 to 22 age group.- The.Windfall group also stressed the need of the news media to play up ; the "good" news, and "decrease the "bad"! news.view-" point.' - ' - [.- • Dan Straub discussed the proposed Windfall Shopping Center. Some 60 business people of the' community have invested funds in the proposed venture. School finances and improvements were discussed by Sidney Legg and Roy- Watson Jr. ! I ' Virginia Guy mon Dies Recently Sprah Suec TUESDAY, FEBRfJAKY 23, 1071 Word has been received of the recent death of Mrs. Virginia Guymon.j 88, of Newcastle and J. Thornton b.s Monday urn Mrs. Saiah J. Thornton, 76, 127 Oak Street, died Monday at 10:50 a|m. at Sheridan Rest Home in Sheridan following' a" lengthy illiess. Funeral services will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Y( ung-Nichols Funeral Home with Df. Warner Muir officiating. Burial will be at Fairview Cemetery. Friends may call jfter 4 p.m. today at Young-Nichbls Funeral Home. The deceased 16, 1894, ter of Johrj She.was married ton who March 18, ber of West American Moose a former resident of Windfall and Tipton in the 1920's t According to Mrs. Mary Leap of Sharpsville, Mrs. Guymon died Feb. 14, 1971, in Newcastle at the home of a daughter. She was buried Feb. 17 in the Lakeview Cemetery in Newcastle. She was the wife of Oren O. Guymon, former teacher and coach__ at Tipton in the early 1920's. Mr. Guymon survives with two daughters. was born July In Tipton, the daugh- and Ellen Fleetwood, to Ray S. Thorn- preceded her in death 1961. Shewasamem- St. Christian Church,. Legion Auxiliary and Ladies Auxiliary. Lodge Surviving Thornton; Fleetwood, Mrs. Ida igan.; is a son, Robert K. one brother; John Elwood and a sister, Buck, Bay City, Mich- 1, Windfallj Jerry John Flick quit SE4, 36-23 Keith's First Add'n; Flick to Judith Ann claim deed Pt NW4 4, 0.459 acre. *0ne-Way Alley (Continued from page one) totaling $9,127.95 and utility- claims numbers 134 to 165 totaling $114,811.39 were approved by the City Council. County Commissioners requested that the City Council appoint one local doctor and one city resident to serve on the Sanitation Board. The County Commissioners stated that the Board would also consist of one doctor from the county and four county citizens. Announcements of the appointments are expected next week. The City Council recessed their meeting until 9 p.m. when they were slated to meet with County Commissioners!, at the Courthouse and engineers to discuss the proposed bridge and road construction south of town. TV Schedule (Continued from page five) Q CBS Report -"Selling of (D Morcuij Drs. Welby alleges their) Jthe Pentagon." . Welby. M.D. end Kiley are- ued for malpractice by a woman who treatment causer* to be paralysed. CD San Francises Mix A montage j>f human experiences. 10:30 O Local New* O Movie • Cont'd) O Report Cont'd) O Welby (Cont'd) S3 "Thirty Minutes Elizabeth Drew interviews -Senator Georga ' McGovem. 11:00 O (B) Perry Mason O Final Report fT?) Local Mew* (Q Eyewitn ESS News 11:30 tjf (B) Per y Mason (Cont'd) O Tonight " •' Q Late SI ow "Flight to T=.ngiers" (1953), with Joan Fontai ^ and Jack. Palance. A passenge- aboard a flight to Tangiers is carrying a three million dollar letter of credit, (B Dick Carett Wed., Feb. 24 6:3C •CT Today In Indiana O Sunrise Scmeiter {Q Consul) at ion 7:00 CM (B) Panorama O Today I Q CBS News 13 Safety Corner , 7:30 CJ -Cartoon Karnival O Today (Cont'd) Q CBS Kews (Cont'd)' © Kindergarten College • l ; 8:00 •" Q Karnival (Cont'd) O Today (Cont'd) O Captain Kangaroo CD College (Cont'd) 8:30 Q Karnivjal (Cont'd) .0 Today O Capt. (Cont'd) kangaroo (Cont'd) Four brothi ing with c-j mail, CQ Paul E|ixon Show 9:30 O Jock LoLanna O Graha Q (B) Tfje The Tipton Daily Tribune 221-223 E. Jefferson Street Tipton, Indiana 46072 • :'••'] Phone 675-2115 j - By carrier in city . . ........... 45f per week BY MAIL: Tipton and adjacent Counties; 1 year . . .. $11.00 .6 months 6.50 3 months -. ..... °....... L.. 3.50 Subscription PAID IN ADVANCE-No mail subscription - accepted where carrier delivery is maintained. •Member: UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL Entered as Second Class Matter October 4, 1895 at the Post Office in Tipton, Indiana,.under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1897. SECOND-CLASS POSTABE PAID IN TIPTON, IND. PUBLISHED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY £0 Man jrap 9:00 O W Topper Q Virginia' Graham Q (8) Coffee Cub Theater Blaze of: Noon" (1947), starring William Holden and Anne Baxter. prs abandon stunt fly- carnival to carry U.S. 12:30 O Chuckwagon (Cont'd) O Afternoon/Channel 6 O Search for.Tomorrow - fQ SO-SO Club (Cont'd) 1:00 d HoHywood Movie "Latin Lovers" (1953), with Lana Turner and Ricardb Montalban. The world's- richest girl finds out about romance in Rio from a fortune hunter c*id from the world's richest man. Q Afternoon (Cont'd) Q Local News (Q 50-30 Club (Cont'd) 1:30 Q Movie (Cont'd) - Q Memory Game O As World Turns £D Make A Deal 2:00 O Movie (Cont'd) Q Days of Our Lives 0 Many Splendored Thing (3 Newlywed Game 2:30 O Movie (Cont'd) Q The Doctors . O The Guiding Light (Q Dating Game 3:00 0 Gourmet O Another World O Secret Storm (£) General Hospital 3:30 O (B) Lone Ranger Q Bright Promise O Edge of Night fQ One Life to Live 4:00. O Popeye and Jonia O Another World O Gomer Pyle O Dark Shadows . 4:30 O Popeye (Cont'd) O Mike Douglas O Early Show "Sergeant Ryker" (1963), with . • Lee Marvin and Vera Miles. A' *i . sergeant faces a court martial cs a troitor. CD Big Volley H3 Sesa me Street 5:00 CT Batman O Mike Douglas (Cont'd) Q Early Show (Cont'd) ' O Valley (Cont'd) Sesame (Cont'd) 5:30 Q (B) Addamt Family . Q Mike Douglas (Cont'd) O Early Shaw (Cont'd) IB Dragnet S3 Misterogers (Cont'd) jeoter (Cont'd) (3 Paul Dixon (Cont'd) 10:00 O '•uer jSnow ' O Dinahls Place O iB) Tkeoter (Cont'd! 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