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

Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, March 4, 1971
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Page 8 • * Milwaukee . • - \ • • (Continued from page four) ladelphia ripped Portland 120104 and the Celtics'trimmed San Diego 128-113. Suns Gain on Bulls Clem Haskins and Dick Van Arsdale teamed for 51 points as the Suns broke Chicagp's-seven- game winning streak. Phoenix pulled within a haln game of the Bulls in the battle for the runnerup slot. in the Midwest Division. Norm Van Lier's technical foul shot with two seconds left' in overtime lifted Cincinnati past the Bullets and spoiled Baltimore's' chances of clinching the Central Division crown. Van Lier, who had 22 point and 18 assists, was awarded the shot when Baltimore called an extra time out Sara Lacey and Tom Van Arsdale had 23 points each for the Royals while Fred Carter topped Baltimore with a career- high 33 points. Pete Mavieh scored 13 of his game-high 33 points in the last quarter to boost the Hawks past San Francisco. Lou Hudson had 28 points for the Hawks, whq held a 1%-game lead over Cincinnati for second place in the Central Division. Nate Thurmond led the Warriors with 25. . Archie Clark had 28 points and Billy Cunningham added 22 to. lift Philadelphia over Portland and Jo Jo White's 34-point. effort offset a 35-point burst by Elvin Hayes as Boston stopped the Rockets. THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Bessie Hancock Succum bs To da y THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1971 Bessie May Hancock, <?3, of route 3, Tipton died 4:40 a.m. at Tipton Memorial Hospital following an illness since February 20. Funeral services will be Sunday at 2 p.m. at McMullan-Rude Funeral Home in Kempton with Rev. Samuel A. Webb and Rev. Max . Hughes officiating. Burial will be at Kempton Cemetery. Friends may call after 3 p.m. Saturday. , , The deceased was born May 4, ,1897 in Prairie Twp., the daugh-. •Let's Destroy (Continued from page two) thing in our power to make your stay in Washington a pleasant one. How Has It 'Worked Out? When airline hi-jacking threatened to become an epidemic, the Administration and Congress took steps to combat the menace. A system was set up to provide "sky marshals" to ride shotgun on commercial airlines. The crash program was also launched to beef up screening and de- - tection of potential hi-jackets at airports. \ Although there are still' attempts at sky-jacking, the rate has been "cut sharply and attempts are notably less successful. Detection devices have proven to be- effective. U.S. anti- hi-jacking marshals have arrested 273 persons, confiscated 67 guns, a hand grenade, two rifles and have seized $1.5 million worth of narcotics during the last 16 months. Write Congressman Hillis 1510 Longworth Building Washington, D.C. 20515 ter of Melton and Atlanta (Smith) Gullion. She was married tot Tony Hancock who survives. She was a member of the Liberty Baptist Church. Surviving with the widower are 5 sons, Robert H. Hancock, of Sharpsville; Francis Hancock, of Kokomo; Donold L. Hancock, of Ablene, Texas; Lowell T. Hancock, of Sharpsville;, and Ralph E., of Orlando, Fla.; and three daughters, Mrs. Irwin (Jean) Fultz, of Scottsburg; Mrs. Robert (Mary) Engle, of route 3; ° Mrs. James (Pauline) Whisler, of Kokomo. .One brother, Ernest Gullion, of Atlanta; twenty-seven grandchildren and three great­ grandchildren also survive. Infant Dies At Home James Edgar Strunk, one month old infant son of Howard and Jean (Imire) Strunk,- 259 1/2 South Washington street, Cicero, died Wednesday at his home. Funeral services will be. Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at Wesleyan Methodist Church, Cicero with Rev. John Baker officiating. Burial wiU be at Cicero Cemetery. Friends may call at 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 9 Saturday at Cusick-Hartley Funeral Home in Cicero. The deceased was born January 24, 1971 at Tipton County Memorial Hospital. Surviving are the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Gillis Imire, Cicero and Mrs. r -lena Strunk, Richmond; the great-grandparents, Mr. Howard Strunk, Windfield, Tenn. and Mr. and Kirs. Hallie Robertson, Daleville, Ind. Attack At Slightest Hint *south Vietnam 4 ^0 (Continued from nao-p nn*>t Business Tday By JACK V. FOX SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (UPI)-Put Air Force bombers at bases across the United States on "strip alert." Apply lessons learned in Vietnam tactical operations about pinpoint and saturation bombing. And at the slightest hint of trouble— attack! The targets, however, would not be enemy troops or bases but forest or brush fires, and the objective would be to douse them before they can develop into the holocausts which ravage mountainous sections of the nation every dry season. The Aerospace Corporation has advanced that thought- provoking suggestion and is pushing to implement it with an experimental pilot program in Southern California this summer. Walter B. Brewer Jr., vice president and general manager of the San Bernardino Division of the engineering company's operation, said Aerospace has ready to present to Congress a firefighting program 1 transporting technology! from the battlefield to the national forests.' The proposal, bearing an initial $10.1 million price tag, is ready for presentation in Washington. The I main argument for squeezing the money out of [a budget- conscious administration is that forest fires cause $300 to $600 million damage per year; Under the plna, the Air Force would work ! wfth the U.S. Forest Service. The Forest Service has been fighting fires from the air for a number of years but efforts have been largely ineffective for several reasons. ' One is that there are not enough planes available. Se-< condly, they are not on alert to get into the j sky quickly to squelch a fire before, it spreads over hundreds of square miles. Another is that planes cannot get down close enough in the rugged canyons and also are at the mercy of j weather; smoke, wind conditions and darkness. That's where Air Force north . casualty! Saigon was one] Wild a Plain Dies Wedneseday Mrs. Wilda Plain, 70, of Atlanta, died at 1 p.m. Wednesday at Tipton County Memorial Hospital. Funeral services will be Saturday at 10 a.m. at Young- Nichols Funeral Home with Rev. Minsterman officiating. Burial will be at St. Johns Cemetery. Friends may call after noon Friday at Young-Nichols Funeral Home. I The deceased was born December 6, 1900 in Tipton County, the daughter of James L and •Mary (CrisweU) Achenbach. She was married February 22, 1922, , to John,Plain who survives. She was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Cicero and graduated from Atlanta High School in 1919. j Surviving with the widower is a daughter, Mrs. Marcella Kimsey, of Philadelphia, Pa. Also- surviving are two brothers, Cedric and Harry Achenbach, both of Atlanta-and a sister, Ruby Wheeler, Noblesville. Two grandchildren also survive. tactical know-how would come into play. Scientists say that sophisticated; navigational aids .being used in Vietnam for precision bombing can easily be adapted to bombing fire lines, even though smoke and other ad-' verse conditions may obscure the .view. ' The Air Force planes would be on "alert"- only during the fire season. They also would be so equipped that their capability could be quickly switched I from [firefighting to military use in an emergency. Now You Know By United Press International The Koran denies Moslems all games except chess. ' Bertha Wellinger vice Dies Today. Bertha May Wellinger, of route i. 1, Kempton, died at 6 a.m. today at the'Wesleyan Methodist Nursing Home in Marion. Funeral services are pending at Rude- McMullan Funeral Home in Kempton. ' The deceased was the daughter of Oliver and Lora (King) Parks. She was married September' 9^1916 to Fred. Wellin- March 16, 1961. e three brothers, of Sheridan; A1-. hitestown; and Ray- dburg, Michigan, are two sisters, Arden (Reffie) Lowe,- of Cicero and Mrs. H.M. Gertie Fosnight,. of Sheridan; and one stepdaughter, Mrs. Frank Ga- *ihho. (Continued from page one) from tie Laps border killed more : than 300 Communist troops Wednesday at a loss of 14 South Vietnamese killed, 64 wounded and five missing. Spokesmen said 250 South Vietnam'ese troops were killed and. 700 wounded in battles there since Feb. 26, mostly in heavy-Communist shellings and ground attacks. They said the. ARVN forces killed 600 Communists in jhe same period. is 100 per cent sam a military lan" Saigon. The was centered around a "This! victory, spokesnj battle government. camp four miles ger Sur Willii bert Parks> Also s earlier nist fighting Laotian said the! northernmost Quang Tri pro vince is one of a string of Allied positions supporting the 18,000- man South Vietnamese push into Laos to try to cut the Ho Chi Minn trail, the Communists' principal suply line into South Vietnam^ and Cambodia. Reports from inside Laos were, few but the South Vietnamese reported the Communists bombarded a government base at Loui, 11 miles. inside the border, with 300 rounds of artillery fire Wednesday. Casualties were light. * Ind.Tax |of . Highway 9. The toil claimed by the government spokesmen of the highest in nearly two yeafs. Ky: 'pteed More Bombing' President Nguyen ,Cao Ky visited support bases for the Laotian drive just inside the border today . and called for more B52 bombing raids and bombing of North Vietnam if the Laos campaign, is to succeed 'If we.continue to have the necessary, support from U.S. forces, I think it will be a Dien Bien Phu in reverse," Ky said. His reference was to the Commit ist .Viet Minh defeat of the Frer ch in May, 1954. .South Vietnamese spokesmen in Saigon today revised an report saying govern- - (Continued from page one) income tax, sales tax, and intangibles tax laws is desirable. Only applicants 21 years of age and over will be considered for these positions. The salary range of Auditors 1 is from $7,920 to $13,920 per year depending upon experience. Mr. Mathis stressed that political activity is not a pre-requisite. toward being accepted for employment in the Division of Audit.' Application forms and additional information may be obtained" from any one of the 12 field offices located throughout the State or by writing to Mr. Howard L. Johnson, Audit Administrator, Box #1575, Indianapolis, Indiana 46204. All applications must he received by the Department of Revenue on or before March 12, 1971, to receive consideration. ment forces killed 332 Commu- # EVERYDAY IS DOLLAR DAY AT DOLLAR GENERAL STORES EVERYDAY IS DOLLAR DAY AT DOLLAR GENERAL STORES troops. Wednesday., in 10 miles east of the Iborder. The. spokesmen Communist casualties were oVer a nine-day period in ' an ope -ation in Kontum pro- 0 miles north-northeast of Saigon. South Vietnamese casualties were listed at 14 killed, 64 wounded and five missing. . Heavy U.S. Casualties The U.S. command said today 69 Americans were killed and 281 wojnded in'the Indochina war last week, reflecting the stepped-up action in the Laotian campaign, in which South Vietnamese forces with U.S. air support are trying to cut the Ho Chi Mi lh trail supply line. It was the '. highest U.S. death toll in six months. South Vietnamese artillery base just below tthe demilitarized zone (DHZ) all day Wednesday, pounding the outpost with, more Drug, Theft (Continued from page one) shall K. L. Stout. Kidweli was charged with no registration plate on vehicle. Two Kokomo men, John E. Boll 48,' and William G. Gappard, 24,. were cited to Tipton City Court on charges of public intoxication following their arrest at Ind. 213 and 700N by State Trooper Jim Sailors. * Band (Continued from page one) ment. Auditions are open to either men or women student in woodwind, brass if percussion instruments. Hospital News WED., MARCH 3, 1971 NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION In the Circuit Court of Tipton County, Indiana. hereby given that Clifton Car dwell ] 6th day of February, 1971, appoint!: Eiecut ar of the will of Olive Tobias, de- L persons Notice is was oh the ed: ceased. All estate, same in said first publication will be forever Dated at February, 1 . E. R. Chancje, Attorney L-88 \.' ' Notice is al Bank as its account said estate, to allow . said estate J • hearing and] of January in Tipton, legatees quired to be, why be allowed, made as the heirs, dent and are hereby . place and to any part said and o taring claims against'sald real er or not now doe, must file the court within six months from the of this notice or said claims barred. Tipton,-Indiana, this 16th day of Paul H. Jones . Clerk of the circuit Court for Tipton Count;, Indiana ADMISSIONS: Ernie E-. Moon Tipton; Dora L. Miller, Kokomo; Jet tie Wimborough, Sheridan; Bonnie L. Kpors, Tipton; Matilda - Heffelmire, Tipton; George Davis, Tipton; Kevin Basey, Tipton. DISMISSALS: Linda K. Wood, ' Kokomo; Mona L. Stinson, Fortville; Irma Pritchard, Tipton; • Willie Marie Russell, Elwood; ' Ernest Hillan, Tipton; Georgie Quillen, Kokomo;' Stratton Mill' er, Tipton; Olive Lindeman, Tipton; Shirley Shelby & Infant, Sharpsville; Jack Harger, Atlanta. . " " NOTICE TO HEIRS, ; LEi 3ATEES AND CREDITORS ESTATE Of . Odessa Z. Davis, Deceased ' No. 3186 In Tipton Circuit Court, January Teijm, 1970 ! hereby given that Citizens Natloor" executor of said estate, has filed and vouchers In final settlement of * and its petition prayiog-the Court account and order distribution of and that the-same will come up for. [action in said Court on the 15th day 11:00 a.m., 1971 in the courthouse [Indiana, at which time all heirs, creditors -of said estate are re- and show cause, if any there account and vouchers should not and distribution of the estate be prjayed tor in said petition; and all devisees and legatees of said dece- estate, and all others interested, required to appear at said time and make proof of tbelr heirship or claim pf said estate. Ross U. Huffocd Clerk Circuit Court .Tipton, Indiana appear a sail said Uutto 1 Regular, Attorney L-103 Famous For Chinese And Cantonese Dinner Served All Hours AMERICAN FOOD Special Prices on Chinese, American Foods, home or parties. All orders freshly prepared. KOKOMO Monday to Thursday 227 N. Buckeye GL9-9066 China Clipper Restaurant fHI^ 0 675-4300 JOHN in A Howard Hawks Production rmoLOBO SUN. - MON. - TUES. DOUBLE FEATURE MOST MOTION PICTURE MAKERS DON'T MAKE PICTURES LIKE THIS. 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