The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on March 4, 1971 · Page 9
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l'uge 8 . ' * Milwaukee (Continued from page four) ladelphia ripped Portland 120104/ and the Celtics trimmed Sari Diego 128-113. . - Suns Gain on Bulls .Clem Haskins and Dick Van Arsdale teamed for 51 points as the Suns broke Chicago's seven- game winning streak. Phoenix pulled within a haln game of the Bulls, in the battle for the runner up slot in the Midwest Division. ; Norm Van l-iers 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.arj extra time out. Sam Lacey and Torn Van Arsdale had 23 points each for the- Royals while Fred Carter topped Baltimore with a career- high 33 points. Pete Mavich scored 13 of his game-high 33 points in the last quarter to boost the Hawks I past San ' Francisco. Lou Hudson had 28 points for the Hawks, who held a l'^-game lead over Cincinnati for second place in the Central Division. T>Jate Thurmond led the Warriors with 25. Archie Clark had 28 .points and Billy Cunningham added 22 to lift Philadelphia over Port-, land 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 Succumbs Today THURSDAY, M <\RCH 4, l'J71 Bessie May" Hancock, 73, of . route 3, Tipton died today, at '4:40 a.m. at Tipton Memorial Hospital following an illness, since February 2GV Funeral services will be Sunday at 2 p.m. at McMullan-Rude Funer. al 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, i897 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 lo become an epidemic, thi Administration and Congress fook 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 detection of potential hi-jackers 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 arrest-. ed 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 to 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 .i. of Orlando, Fla.; and three daughters, Mrs.. Irwin (Jean) Fulfz, of Scottsburg; Mrs. Robert (Alary) 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 ojd 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 will be at Cicero Cemetery. Friends may call at 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday at Cusick-Hartley Funeral Home in Cicero. The deceased was born Jan-' uary 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-grandpar-.. ents, Mr. Howard Strunk, Windfield, Tenn. and Mr. and Mrs. Hallie Robertson, Daleville, Ind. Attack At Slightest Hint *sok Vietnam I ' i (Continued from nape onel 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 transporting technology j from the battlefield to the national forests. The proposal, bearing an initial $10.1 million price tag, is ready; for - presentation in Washington.. The : main argument money for out squeezing •= the lof a budget- conscious "administration, is that' forest fires cause $300 to $600 million damage Jper year. Under the plna, the Air Force. wofk with the U,S. would Forest Service. The \ Forest Service has bejen fighting fires from the air for a number of years but efforts have been largely ineffective ; for several reasons. One is that enough' planes there are not available. "Secondly, they are not on alert to 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 adverse conditions may obscure the view. The Air Force planes would be. ion "alert" only during the fire season; They also would be so j equipped that their capability ; could be quickly switched from firefighting to military use in an emergency. - • Now You Know • By' United Press International The Koran denies; Moslems all games except chess, get. into the sky quickly to j . .. squelch a fire before it spreads Bert nO We //ing6r over hundreds of square miles. ' Another is that planes cannot get down clos: enough in the rugged canyons and also .are- at the mercy of weather, smoke, wind conditions and darkness. That's where Air Force Dies Today Wilda 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! Minster man officiating. Burial will be at St. Johns. Cemetery. Friends may call after noon Friday at Young-Nichols Funeral Home. . ' . ; The deceased was born December 6, 1900 in Tipton County, the. daughter of James I. and Mary (Criswell) 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. |i j: . Surviving with" tie widower is a daughter, Mrs. Marcella Kimsey, ; of Philadelphia, Pa. Also surviving are two brothers, Cedric and Harry of Atlanta and Achenbach, both a sister, Ruby Wheeler, Noblesville; Two grandchildren also survive. Bertha. May Wellinger, of route 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 Wellinger who died March 16, 1961. Surviving are three' brothers, Willie .Parks of'Sheridan; Albert Parks, Whitestown; and Ray Parks, Edwardburg, Michigan. Also surviving are two sisters, Mrs." Arden (Reffie) Lowe, of Cicero and Mrs. H.M, Gertie Fosnight, of Sheridan; and one stepdaughter, Mrs.' Frank Ga- *inho. EVERYDAY |.S DOLLAR DAY AT DOLLAR GENERAL STORES EVERYDAY IS DOLLAR DAY AT DOLLAR GENERAL STORES (Continued from page one) from the Laos 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 Vietnamese troops were killed and 703 wounded in battles there s nee Feb. 26, mostly in heavy -Communist, shellings and ground attacks. They said the ARVN forces killed 600 Communists in the same period. "This is a 100 per cent victory ,f' said- a military northernmost Quan^ 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 Minh 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. spokesman battle was government north casualty Saigon Ky: Vice * Ind.Tax of'.. in Saigon. The centered around a camp four miles Highway 9. The toil claimed by the government spokesmen was. on£ of the highest in nearly two years. . Need More Bombing' President Nguyen Cao Ky visited support bases for the drive just, inside the today and . called for $52 bombing raids and of North Vietnam if aos campaign is to Laotian border •.more bombint the. i| Succeed.. • ~- .' "If we.continue to have the necessary support from U.S. forces, I think it willfbe a Dien Bien Phu in reverse," Ky said.. His- reference was to the Communist Viet Minh defeat of' the French in May, 1954. South Vietnamese spokesmen in Saigon today revised an earlierj' report saying government forces kiiled 332 Commu- * nist fightinj (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 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 be received by the Department of Revenue on or before March 12, 1971, to receive consideration. troops •;• Wednesday in C 10 miles- east of the Laotian border. The spokesmen said tie Communist casualties were pver a nine-day period in in Kontum 'pro- '270 miles norUi-northeast .gon. ' , , South Vietnamese casualties were listed at 14 killed, 64 wounded and five missing.' jleavy U.S. Casualties U.S. command' said today an operation vince of Sai Thd 69 Americans were killed and 281 wounded in the Indochina war last. week, reflecting the stepped-up action in the Laotian campaign, in .which South Vietnkmese forces with U.S. air support are trying to cut the Ho Chi Minh frail supply line. It was the highest U.S. death toll in si:t months. South just zone Drug/Theft (Continued from page one) shall K. i. Stout. Kidwell was charged with no registration plate on vehicle. Two Kokomo men, John E. Boll 48, and William G, Gappard, 2-1, were cited to Tipton City Court on charges of public intoxication following their arrest at Ind. 213 and 700N by State Trooper Jim Sailors. Vietnamese artillery base below tthe demilitarized (DMZ) all day Wednesday, pounding the outpost with more * 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 SOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION • " ID the C ircult.Court of Tipton County. Indiana. Notice is hereby given that Clifton Car/iwell was on the'16th day of February, 1971, appoint- ed: Executor of the will of Olive Tobias, deceased] .'All persons having claims against said real, estate, whether or not now-due. must file the same in said court cithln six months from the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Dated at Tipton, Indiana, this 16th day of . Februal E. R. Cjhance, Attorney L-6 ESTATE Odessa! No. . In Tipton - January ' al Bank its acci said ;to allow said hearing of Janiary. in Tip legatees quired be, wl be at made the he dent are be; place . to any Hutto t L-I03 1 *1 0 [w 7. 1971, Paul H. Jones . . Clerk of the Circuit Court for Tipton County. Indiana »• P-41-47-53 • ADMISSIONS: " Ernie E.-Moon . Tipton; Dora L.Miller, Kokomo; 'Jettie Wimborough, Sheridan; Bonnie I,. Koors, Tipton;. Matilda Heffelmire. Tipton; George Davis, Tipton; Kevin Basey, Tipton. DISMISSALS: Linda. K. Wood, Kokomo; Mona I. Stinson, Fort-ville; Irma Pritchard, Tipton; Willie* Marie Russell; Elwoixl; Ernest Hillan, Tipton; Georgie Quilleri, Kokonio; Stratton Miller, Tipton; Olive .Lindeman, Tipton; Shirley Shelby & Infant, Sharpsville; Jack [larger, Atlanta. NOTICE TO HEIRS, LEGATEES AND CREDITORS OF 2. Davis, Deceased Cifcuit Court, Term, 1970 Notice is hereby given that Citizens Nation- as executor of said estate, has filed iunt and vouchers in final settlement of . and its petition praying-the Court said account and.order distribution of. ate, and that the same will come up for and action In said Court on the 15th day .'. lt:0O a.m., 1971 in the courthouse . ton, Indiana, at which time all heirs, and creditors of said estate are re- to' appear and show cause, If any there said account and vouchers should not ed, and distribution of the estate be prayed, for in said petition; and all |rs, devisees and legatees of said dece- said estate, and all others interested, eby required to appear at said time and make proof ottheirhelrshiporclaim. ^art of said estate. estate why land ind Ross M. Hutford Clerk Circuit Court Tipton, Indiana Regnler, Attorney 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 l/uuva JOHN WAYNE A Howard Hawks .. Production RIO LOBO Starts 7:00 & 9: 101 Matinee Sat. 2:00| SUN.-M0N. -TUES. DOUBLE FEATURE MOST MOTION PICTURE MAKERS DON'T MAKE PICTURES LIKE THIS. WILLIAM WYLER DOES. AbDED ADULT FEATURE GEORGE SEGAL EVA MARIE SAINT •_]•. cfI „ L.B.JONES 2: 15-5:45-^: 15 CW.SUN. TOYING at 4:00 and 7:30

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