The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on February 26, 1971 · Page 8
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Page 8 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Bills Passed To Cut Highway Traffic Deaths PRAIRIE Order restored to the Prairie View A&M campus about 5 a.m. February 25 after 5-hours of violence. Youths rot through debris at the school's exchange after the store was broken into and looted. Another building on the campus was burned to the ground. The violence was apparently brought on by disagreements between students and the school's administration. Hospital Notes THUKS., FEB. 25, 1971 & ADMISSIONS: Paul Younger, " Tipton; Marigrace Peters^ Tipton; David H. Irion, Noblesville; Lucille^ Avery, Elwood; | Marshall Wisehart* Forest; [Patsy Dunn,-Cicero; Carolyn Jo Teter, Tipton; Diana Tishner, Atlanta; Michele Fitzgerald, Kokomo; Bryan Fitzgerald,.Kokomo; Herman Cook,'Sharpsville^ Nanette Brown. Cicero. [ DISMISSALS: Patricia Shea & Infant, Elwood; Parker Dunham, Kempton; Penny Young, Tipton; Alex Stinson, Atlanta; Brenda Henry & Infant, Tipton; Renova Pasley, Sharpsville; Shirley Roe, Michigantown; - Dorothy |l,ane, ! Tipton; Robin Brown, Tipton; Cora Blaylock Tipton; Herman Green, Roachdate; C. G. McKinney, Noblesvile; Wilma Shupperd, Tipton;' Mary Ann Breedlove, Tipton. BIRTH: Mr. and Mrs. Patterson, Frankfort; Girjl born Feburary 12 at 8:30 p.m. UPITELEPHOTO INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — Four bills aimed at cutting down death and injury on Hoosier highways passed the Indiana House Thursday and were sent to the Senate. . All appeared' minor changes, but they were designed to promote highway safety. A bill to increase the distance before a car turns at which the driver must give a turn signal and require a signal when .changing lanes passed, 798. Another to require a 300-foot interval between trucks on interstate highway was approved by House members, 88-1. The third would require that motorists use headlights from sunset to sunrise. It passed 90-0. The fourth would change regulations regarding vehicle dimensions, limit the length of two or three vehicles coupled toge- [Danny 3* * Enzyme Additives (Continued from page two) that is not the main reason I'll be happy to see them go. Back to Dulll Washday I object to them for the reasons stated in the commercials. That is,, they make it difficult to produce a drab wash. There once was a time when we used Flux soap chips to do our laundry and my shirts would emerge from the washing machine looking drab drab, drab. I recall questioning my wife about, this. j "Why^does this shirt look so drab after you' wash it? Iasked. "It's supposed to look drab, ther and redefine weight and load of vehicles like trucks. The House also passed a measure, 83-1, to keep health insur- . ance firms from cancelling policies except on the anniversary date of the policy or the nearest premium date to that anniversary." By a vote of 90-3, House members passed a. bill to let ' excess toll bridge funds be used for feasibility studies for new bridges. And a measure to provide for another contract bidder on public works contracts estimated higher than ; $50,000 was passed,'84-6.- Other House bills passed and sent to the Senate would: — Allow*.city and town public safety commissioners to employ civilians for some minor staff and technical jobs in police departments. — Change the law that prohibits a person convicted of a felony from obtaining a barber's license and: establish new bar, ber license standards for former prison inmates. — Establish rules and regulations of the boiler: and boiler pressure code and include nuclear as well as other pressure vessels under the act. — Keep Tippecanoe County from falling under provisions of an act regarding area planning commissions as it relates to Vigo County by changing the population figure in the act Auto Plates Tipton, County vehicle owners with last names beginning in A through C have until Feb. 28 to purchase and affix their tags . to the proper vehicles. All such alphabetical owners names: through C are due to be on units by Monday 12:01 a.m. which is March 1, 1971. ! Mrs. Edith Johnson, Tipton County Auto License Branch Manager reminded purchasers to have all legal papers necessary for application in proper order for branch service. Many papers brought in and not properly made up hinder branch service, • .• j . i.' -'The passenger plates sold through Friday are about 2500. Persons with last names beginning D-H must have their tags on by the end of March. Warren Haley Dies Today Warren E. (Bud) Haley, 50, 445 Green Street, died today at \ 8 a.m. at University Hospital in Indianapolis following a brief illness. Funeral services will be Monday at 2 p.m. at Leather man- Morris Funeral Home with Rev. William Simpson officiating. Burial will be at Fairview Cemetery. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Sunday at Leatherman-Morris Funeral Home, the family would; appreciate contributions being made to the Cancer Fund. The deceased was born May 8, 1920 in Tipton, the son of Walter and Edith (Jackson) Haley. He was married February 20',,' 1943, in Indianapolis to Velma Hershberger who survives. He was a member of Kempt United Methodist Church, Austin Lodge Number 128 F & AM, Rosary Chapter number 66, Order of Eastern Star and Moose Lodge. He attended Tipton Schools and was Traffic Manager at Steel Parts in Tipton. He served in the Cee-Bees during World War H. Surviving with the widow are two sons, Michael Haley, Logansport and Gregory Haley of Atlanta, Ga.; and one daughter, Diane Haley of Lafayette. Also surviving is a sister, Mrs. Ray Wiltshire of Atlanta, Ga.; the mother, Mrs. Edith Haley of Tipton; and one grandson.. Bank Bandit Eludes Police INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) —" A black-clad bandit who fled in a bright-orange auto eluded police Thursday after holding up a Merchants National Bank branch in Lawrence for $2,400. The car was recovered later .and turned out to be a rental vehicle. But no trace was found of the bandit or any important clews to his identity, police said. The description of the man and the method of the holdup; tallied with those of a $2,000 bank holdup in the Eagledale Shopping Center six days -earlier. . ' ' .. Lawrence Policeman David E. Townsend nearly caught the bandit. Townsend entered the bank to cash a check just after the bandit left. When bank em­ ployes quickly told him what happened, he rushed outside and saw the man entering his car. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1971 Winter Weather For Week-end By United Press International Indiana experienced spring­ like weather] combining rain and mild, temperatures ' today, but forecasts called for a change back i to wintry condi^ tions with cold and snow. Temperatures crested Thursday at points ranging from 50 at Fort Wayne to 61 at Evansville. | Overnight lows were in the 35 to 49 range with Indianapolis j the chilliest and Evansville the warmest. . Precipitation developing during the night {deposited amounts by 7 Lin.' EST which included Indianapolis .21, Evansville .14, Louisville .14, Lafayette .07, Cincinnati .07^ Bedford .15, Anderson .08, Vincennes il4 ; Terre Haute i. 28, Seymour .15, Crawfordsville .161 Columbus .10, Lo- eansport .03. [- s- Penn Central Railroads KHE SANK: Wounded, stretcher-home GIs, beneath tail section of giant transport aircraft, await ambulance service to medical facility, February 16 after being brought here from area near Laotian border, in Saigon February 25, the U; S. Command reportedthat 59 Americans were kMed in combat in Indochina last week, the highest death toll of the year. Sources attributed the casualty rate to the Laotian campaign. UPI TELEPHOTC BY ENNIOIACOBUCCI Facing Possible Liquidation (UH ) - i you idiot," she replied.' your old olive drab shirt." That's .Army * Three Filed (Continued from page one) are the parents of two married children, and are Baptist Church We've got what you want most! / Since 1954, we've been in Tipton to serve you. And NOW we've made 1971 our "SERVE YOU BETTER" vear. ACRE 675-4717 RESTAURANT COFFEE SHOP 11 A.M. - 10 P.M. Daily Weekday Luncheon Specials nmm BXXif 11a.m. -2p .m. Daily family dinning room A quick selection of luncheon specials and drinks' to please anyone. Evening service from 5. p.m. to 10 p.m., Monday thru Saturday. STEAKS-SEAFOOD ITALIAN DISHES Oak Rail lounge 11 A.M.-1A.M. Mon.-Sat, Starting Tuesday,! March 2, every Tuesday night will be' , Pizza and Beer night. Bring the family or friends; ROOM 6A is where it's at from 7 : 30 p.m. to 10 p.m. 1971 - our "SERVE YOU BETTER" HIGHWAY 28 EAST j TIPTON, INDIANA members. He has been in business in Tipton most of his life and has served many years on public and civic organizations. Miller and his wife, Helen, live at 425 Oak Street, Tipton. He has been a railroad supervisor all of his working life and belongs to several civic and service organizations. Holderman,and his wife, Lois, live at 421 East Jefferson Street, with their children. He is a retail businessman .and belongs to several civic and service organizations. • Arrests Reports Traffic arrests on report at the Tipton City Police station were by Trooper Dick Joinesand one by City Police. Cited to Tipton City Court by Trooper Joines on speeding charges were Jeffrey S. Muster, 21, of Kokomo; Scott Denny, 19, of Logansport; Beverly Widmsyer, 39, of Elwood; and Gladys Hampton, 28, of Richmond. Also Trooper cited Calvin-Stephenson, 44, of Hammond, for violation of over width permit. Jimmy L. Matheny, 28, of Markleville, was charged with speeding on Tipton streets. All were cited for March 19. DANCE Moose Lodge Million Sounds ( Paul Southard's Band } 9:30 to 1:30 members only INDIANAPOLIS ~(U|I) - The bankrupt Penn Central Railroad's "liquidation will be unavoidable" unless it gains benefits such as repeal of Indiana's "full crew law," a trustee of the utility warned Thursday, i "The Indiana Train Crew Law pending in the Senate is directly related to the bankruptcy reorganization of Penn Central," trustee Jervis Langdon Jr., said in telegrams to 28 Indiana senators. "Unless Penn Central can utilize its manpower on the most efficient basis, its reorganization cannot be accomplished and liquidation will be unavoidable," he warned. "Surplus employes must be reduced through normal attrition or other equitable terms of Penn Central is to continue to be a part of the private enterprise system." The recipients of the telegram were mostly senators who either voted against repeal of the 1937 law or. who are considered potential opponents. The Senate Wednesday declined to pass: the repealer, with 22 for repeal and 24 against. This lacked a constitutional majority,. which allows the measure to be brought up for another vote yet-this week.: Railroad executives havecon- a«K ^Loan Association OF TIPTON MEMBER FSLIC ONCE A MONTH SPECIAL Deposit by the 10th - Earn from the 1st 10 TIMES! tended the repealer should be passed and that four-man crews are sufficient to operate trains of today because of modern railroad facilities. The railroads have objected to continued use of a fireman on diesel locomotives and of a second brake- ma". . •>«> ilroad brotherhoods have contended the additional crewmen provide an extra measure of safety. Contracts Totaling $8,951 Awarded INDIANAPOLIS (UPI).- The Indiana State Highway Commission Thursday awarded contracts for road, bridge and traffic projects totaling $8,951,861. The contract bids were opened Tuesday and low bidders were announced at that time, the commission followed Thursday by formally awarding the contracts. . * The largest contract was for $6,371,656 for a 33-span bridge at Indianapolis, carrying 1-70 traffic over White River, railroad tracks and streets. The successful bidder was. R. L. Schutt Co., Inc., Indianapolis. AH other contracts were for less than $1 million. The largest of these was a$937,566 contract to Ellas Construction Co., Gary, for work on Indiana 912 on relocated Cline Ave., East Chicago, jfrora .18 miles south of U.S. 12 to .22 mile north of U.S. 12. TRIES TOO HARD BIRMINGHAM, Engl an d (UPI)—Bobby Yeoraans, 3, tried .to duplicate on his parents, bed the circus trampoline act he saw on television— except be tried too bard. The youngster sailed through .the bedroom window, landed on a roof and then fell 15 feet to the ground. He was treated at a hospital for head Injuries and later reported in good condition. •Rams Want (Continued from page 4) to gain and nothing to lose." Praise For Losers "Suppose they move you to the Midwest [regional s?" quipped McGuire, referring'to last season when he passed up a.bid to the NCAA and went to the NIT because his team was- placed in the NCAA Midwest regionals instead of the preferred Mideast regionals. Fordhamj Iwhich is ranked No. 9; gave Marquette its toughest game of the -season. ' Had it not been for the Warriors' 6-foot-ll center, Jim Chones; the Verdict might have gone the other way. Chones scored j 22 points in the game, including seven during the overtime session, collected 15 rebounds and blocked a half dozen shots. "Fordhkm is the best coached team;I've ever seen," , said McGuire. "I am surprised -beyond j words; that they're that well coached. A team as small as Fordham jis continually at a mismatch, like some of my old teams,; but f they handled bur press '.better, than any other team [duriig . our winning streak." • . Marquette's winning streak has now reached 34, including 22 in a row this season.' Other CloseGames .Overtime seemed to be the order of the day Thursday night as three oi her major games were decided in an extra session. Syracuse, gunning.for an NIT bid, beat Rutgers, another NIT j hopeful,: 88-81, in double overtime; Tulsa" nipped Memphis State, 94-91, in double overtime and St. Louis edged Wichita State, 73-72, in overtime, j •• j'. In Other games, Houston whipped Lamar _ Tech, 93-74; Santa Claraf defeated Nevada- Reno, j 99-85; and Manhattan edged Connecticut, 86-83, in the first gamie [of the doubleheader at Madison Square Garden. Bill Smith!, a 6-11 center, and Gred Kohls . each scored 31 points jto | spark Syracuse to its 17th victory] in 23 games. Gene Armstead | collected 30 points, for Rutgers^ now 13-7. . Guard Steve Bracey scored 35 points, | including 14 during the two overtimje sessions, as Tulsa edged Memphis State. Ronnie Robinson (collected 30 points for Memphis State and also grabbed a rebounds.: St. Louis point lead school record 28 which blew a 15- in the final eight minutes of regulation time, got 19 points jand 18 rebounds from Harry j Rogers in turning back Wichita State. Forecasts called for highs today ranging from the lower 50s to the low 60s, with showers and scattered thundershowers occurring through the day and into tonight. . Then it will turn colder late tonight* with lows ranging from the mid«30s to the low 40s, and little if any. temperature rise Saturday. The precipitation will slacken briefly, but a chance of occasional snow north and snojw mixed at times with rain south was seen for the Sunday- through-Tuesday period. During, that period, lows will range into the teens and low 20s and highs from the low 30s to the low 40s. SO—IT'S NEWS SOUTHPORT, England (UPI) .—Tom . Grime told a" court Monday .he bit a German shepherd's ear because it was the only way he" could get the animal to release his hand. Mrs. Betty Timpson, the dog's owner, was ordered to keep.the animal under proper control.* Door-slamming (Continued from page one) sons starting a new' confined feeding operation must obtain prior approval of the board and that existing operatins shall submit . an application. However Bbrst said the bill "is.not going * to put anybody out of business." • The House Constitutional Revision Committee Thursday recommended passage off an amendment' to lower the voting age to 18 from the present 21. This method of lowering the voting' age could not become effective before the 1975 election. The Indiana Senate in another election matter, passed by a vote of 39-7 a proposed constitutional amendment that would place the governor and the leiu- tenant governor as runniiig mates in the same manner the. President and Vice President ; are united. Currently they run separately, and on several occasions the two top elected officials have been of the opposite political faith. * Red China (Continued from page two) such an event' the Chinese. , would step up their aid to the North Koreans but would not send troops —. a supposition proved tragically incorrect one month later. The experience taught caution to"" Washington, which once more is betting the Chinese will not enter, the conflict, but this time based on its own forebearance in the conduct of the war as well as verbal reassurances. In Nixon's state of the world', message to Congress, he declared the United States* "honorable and peaceful asso- cation" with Nationalist China need not "constitute an obstacle to the movement toward normal relations between the United States and the People's Republic of China." No other U.S. president had gone so far to extend the olive branch to the Communist mainland. There was another subject close to the top. of the President's mind. - •' • He spoke of South Korea's rise from the shambles of war and the approaching reduction of U.S. forces there. That he was comparing Korea with his wind-down of the war in Vietnam and a lowered military stance in Asia seemed unmistakable. The incredible attack on Pearl Harboras told from both the American and Japanese sides. m How did • United States m Intelligence know of • the attack before the • Japanese Ambassador? GALORE! NOT ONE DULL MOMENT" nv.roST From 20th Century-Fox.The most spectacular film ever made. V NOW™™* • TUESDAY! 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