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Tipton Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Tipton, Indiana
Ii a. Dud a j e jut Oil r p a state urn Ippun poets. A my him to vote volume 75, no. 301 the Tifton Indiana daily Tribune saturday september 19, 1970 to Fer copy 45� per week entered As second class matter october 4, 1895, at Fost office in Tipton. Indiana second class postage at Tipton Indiana 46072 devils drop first half 18-0 tie second 1-1 in 25-7 loss to Blackford co. Bruins by Eldon Cage Tribune sports editor a 7-7 standoff in the second half with the Blackford Bruins after losing the first half 18-0 in Friday night s Cic Grid game was perhaps the turning Point in the Tipton Blue devils 1970 season fortunes. Naturally that first half was a bitter disappointment to not Only the Home fans Chee Block and coaches but also to the team members themselves. No doubt coach John Moses had some Choice words of a encouragement Quot during the halftime verbal spanking losing squads usually get and this probably had a great Deal to do with the a new attitude Quot of the satan during the next two quarters but How could a group of self respecting football players ignore such avid school classmates backing and spirit As Given to them As they Down 18-0 halftime came Back onto the Field. About too student body classmates formed a human Honor corridor for the Blue devils to run through at the South end of the Tipton football Field and cheered them As loudly As other satan teams had gotten for being ahead 30 Points at the end of a half and this being ahead by big scores has happened Many times during coach Moses reign in Tipton. Soothe devils working behind a disadvantage 18-0 score did no to ignore. They scrapped and fought both offensively and defensively to again be taken Back into the hearts of the Home crowd. This first satan Home game began with Terry nought kicking deep to the Blackford 22 Yard line and big John Furniss returned the pigskin to his 34. Quarterback Dennis Pratt then by excellent generalship kept a sustained drive going with Doug Bedwell Dave Ramsey and then Marty Daniel hitting pay dirt from two Yards out with 8 37 to go in the first Quarter. Clamme kicked for extra Point but a penalty nullified and the Bruins led 6-0. Tipton got the Ball for the first time after Paul Clammer a kick off and i Arry Harper and Mike Hoover smashed hard for Short yardage to the Tipton 46. Jeff Juday punted deep to Blackford and Pratt started another drive which carried 66 Yards to the Devil 20, before Tipton took Over on Downs. Errors caused the demons to have to punt and the Bruins got the bal. On Tipton s 38. Daniels picked up 13 and then Pratt tossed to Daniels for an unmolested 26 Yard td0 Bedwell s run for Pat was Short and the Bruins led 12-0 with 6 60 to go in the second Quarter. The devils could again do nothing profitable score Wise gave up the Ball and Pratt fired a bomb to Bob Hildebrand for a 57 Yard to and a missed Pat kick left a halftime score of Blackford 18, Tipton 0. So the sour part of the night for Tipton was Over but it also counted in the total and final score. With support from classmates ringing in their ears the satan looked like a different team the final 24 minutes. They became stable seniors jarring juniors and sparkling sophomores and coach Eldon Leeth of the Bruins having lost seven consecutive times to John Moses feared along with the Blackford fans that those demons were rising up to make it eight for Moses. However the fortunes just did t fall that Way but a vastly improved second half was pretty Sweet just the same. Bob Richardson quarterback continued on Page six maj Ali gives warning Quot surrender or be shot the Story of use precaution at this season of the year it is Wise to use precaution in driving through towns and on the Highway Alert to slow moving vehicles. Farm wagons Laden with Corn farm implements being moved from one Field to another crossing the Highway will be seen More and More frequently As the Harvest season reaches its Peak. The red Triangle posted on the rear of these slow moving vehicles can be seen at a Good distance away and motorists Are asked to slow their Speed and proceed with caution. Staff photo by Pat Cline Bloomington mayor charged by United press International jordanian military governor marshal Habes Almajali today gave palestinian guerrillas battling army troops in his country a two and one half hour ultimatum to surrender or be shot Amman radio said. The radio broadcast a statement by maj Ali at 1 30 . Which said a this is the last warning to the broadcast came after Cairo radio reported King Hussein of Jordan had promised the egyptian government he would announce an immediate cease fire in the civil War. It was not immediately Clear whether the ultimatum actually was a ceasefire. Amman radio said earlier army troops controlled most of the capital. The official Cairo radio said Hussein made the pledge of a cease fire to it. Gen. Moharem Sadek egyptian president carnal Abdel Nasser a special envoy to Jordan. Earlier the Semi official Middle East news Agency Mena said Sadek notified Nasser of the King s bid to end the heavy fighting which has torn across the country for three Days. Several previously announced cease fires Between the two sides have failed some within hours. Jordanian troops used artillery and tanks against the rifles and mortars wielded by the commandos in a bid to score a Quick knockout blow against the guerrillas. The commandos said fighting spread to Ajlouny and Zerka 31 and 12 Miles North of Amman respectively. Torn by conflict we misuse of City funds Eldon Cage to attend in Bloomington ind. Fund i voted for Hooker hut i and Anice Davis for the third. M my m the policy of the weathermen was that every member would participate so far As possible in every illegal act whether obtaining making or planting explosives. They knew their chances of a Normal life were being irretrievably put behind them. They knew they might have to die. Of the 400 people who attended the Flint Council fewer than too went underground. For those few committed to the revolution above All else it was a matter of logic. Community organizing had failed. Mass demonstrations had failed. Fighting in the streets had failed. Only terror was left. Diana is connected with Only three of the 21 overt acts cited in the indictment and those fall on two dates dec. 27, when the Flint Council opened and March 6, the Date of her death. A Weatherman Odio dropped out of the organization when it decided to go underground said that Diana had begun to question the policies of the groups leaders that she was no longer sure the Young the poor and the Black would Ever support the kind of revolution weathermen were committed to making. Despite her doubts however Diana prepared to go underground with a Small group of friends. On feb. 4, Diana appeared in court in Chicago and was fined $450 for her part in the women s action the previous oct. 9. When her name was called the judge raised his head and asked a Are you related to Jim Oughton the legislator a a admits relationship with a smile of amusement Diana admitted that she was. Later that Day she called her Friend Karin Rosenberg and was invited for dinner. A is it Safe Quot she asked knowing that Karin lived on the Edge of a negro ghetto. Karin said of course and asked if Diana were serious. A you done to know How deep the hate of the Black Man is Quot Diana said. When she arrived she looked tired underfed and somehow a is Cruffie Quot than Ever before. She was quiet during dinner vague about what she was doing. In the past she always answered that question by saying a High school now she did not even mention that. The old liveliness and the sense of humor had disappeared completely. She seemed somber sardonic at moments almost heavy hearted. She told Karin that the 16 people in her collective had decided to break up into groups of four and five because of routing harassment by police. The Rosenbergs were going to a Ballet and dropped off continued on Page six Bloomington ind. Up a grand jury indictments against the mayor and City controller Friday afternoon on charges of mishandling Public funds were met with mixed reaction of Bloomington residents. The most common reaction was Surprise that five identical indictments were returned against mayor John h. Hooker or. And controller Howard a. Young. A a in a sure they did no to mean to do anything wrong Quot said one woman who described herself As a Long time resident of Bloomington. A i m a Good Republican and fog blamed in two car Accident a heavy fog saturday 7 . Was blamed for a two vehicle traffic Accident at . 31 and id. 28, which caused extensive damage to the two cars but fortunately no injuries according to Tipton county sheriff Vert Grimme who investigated. Grimme said that Richard a. Stahl 20, of Indianapolis heading North on . 31 stated due to the heavy fog he could not see a 1962 Auto stopped for the traffic Light and at the last second upon seeing the Auto owned and operated by Charles h. Vestele 23, of South Bend veered to the right and then skidded Back into the Vestele vehicle. The Impact damaged both vehicles heavily. I voted for Hooker but i vote for him again Quot she said. A Bloomington has grown so fast a lot of the Public officials done to know How to handle it. I m surprised there weren t others involved though. Qom very surprised at the controller he comes from a very Good family Quot she said. The charges included Mal conduct in office failure to follow accounting procedures prescribed by the state paying a warrant in excess of appropriations misapplication of City funds and misapplication of municipal government property. Both released both men were released in their own recognizance. The indictments Friday followed a Monroe county grand jury investigation of a report prepared by the state Board of accounts. A we weren to surprised about it Quot said mrs. William Shields. A we thought the City had plenty of land of its own to put the thing she was referring to a High Rise apartment parking lot building. The City purchased three parcels of land f or construction of the High Rise for $365,000. The misappropriation of municipal property allegedly involved the Purchase. The City paid $150,000 to Robert and Maxine Bingham for one Section $105,000 to Lonnie and Barbara w right for another and $110,000 to Chauncey and Anice Davis for the third. Bids for construction have not been let. The property is located about a Block from where the Indiana University Campus begins and three blocks from downtown Bloomington. The state Board report certified to the grand jury aug. 28 actually was a group of five reports showing $817,359 in a questionable expenditures Quot in departments handled by Young s office. The expenditures were from funds of City water and sewage utilities the Parks and recreation department and for Purchase of real estate Baker Benge in marching Hundred band Carlton Barker route 5, Tipton and Ruthford Benge 501 North main Kempton Are among members of this year s Indiana University marching Hundred band. The band numbering 162 members arrived sept. 8 on the Bloomington Campus to begin intensive training in preparation for band shows at All Home football games one away game and an indoor Winter concert. The first football performance for the marching Hundred was for the marching Hundred is today at the Indiana Colorado game. Spiro Agnew dinner Eldon Cage reporter and sports editor for Tipton Dai y Tribune will be among hundreds of representatives of the news Media in attendance at the Spiro Agnew dinner in Indianapolis wednesday. Republican state chairman Buena Chaney announced the official program for the dinner. He announced that senatorial candidate Richard l. Roudebush will introduce the vice president Spiro Agnew who will deliver the major address. Roudebush will be introduced by Richard Lugar mayor of Indianapolis. The Welcome will be extended by governor Edgar d. Whitcomb. The governor will be introduced by Republican citizens finance chairman or. Earl Butz who will serve As master of ceremonies. The invocation will be Given by Pershing e. Macallister vice chairman of the greater Indianapolis Republican finance committee. The Benediction will be Given by c. Richard Petticrew chairman of that committee. . And candidate introductions will be made by National committeeman i. Keith Bulen. The pledge of allegiance will be led by state committee s vice chairman Esther b. Guth Ridge. The National Anthem will be led by James Nippert a soloist from the Purdue University glee club. A highlight of the evening will be a special presentation to a an outstanding Indiana Republican Quot Edwin k. Steers. The presentation will be made by chairman Buena Chaney. Steers recently resigned from the state election Board after decades of service to the state and the party. Republican state chairman Buena Chaney predicted today that the Agnew dinner will go Down in history As a the most successful finance dinner in the history of the Indiana Republican Chaney issued his statement As sales passed the 4,000 Mark. Chaney said a we Are receiving frequent Calls from across the state from people who want to know if it is too late to buy $100 a plate tickets to the Agnew dinner. The answer is a no Quot. The manufacturing building will accommodate a maximum of 5,000 therefore we can still sell 1,000 tickets. Those who want to see and hear the most famous vice president in our nation s history can do so by contacting their local Republican county Chaney said details of the vice president s arrival his schedule while in Indiana and his departure will be announced construction Progress i Ujj amp i # a a a 1 a Hospital expansion the $6 million construction project at Tipton county memorial Hospital is progressing rapidly As a new addition is added to tile facility. Upon completion the Hospital will have a 152 bed accommodation with the most modern concept in medical care. Up to Date ancillary facilities will be added to the Hospital will As additional office space. A 4nunii the Hospital expansion is being financed by Bond sales and Federal funds. A Twenty year lease will commence on the completion of the building with Tipton county government for the use and occupancy of the building at an annual rental of $528,-000 payable from taxes. Photo by Joe o Banion new school the new Tipton elementary Middle school $5 million construction project is taking shape with Progress becoming More and More visible. Completion Date has been set for january i 1972 and will have a 500 student capacity in the elementary and 700 student capacity in the Middle school. Funds for the new school were made available from $3,640,000 in holding corporation Bonds $1,117,000 from the school corporation cumulative building fund plus additional funds. General contractors Are . Evans of Indianapolis and mid Republic construction co. Photo by Joe o Banion
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