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PAGE 6 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Tuesday/October 6, 1964 LIVESTOCK INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)—Livestock: ; Hogs 4,500; barrows and gilts 25 to fully 50 higher; 1 and 2, 190-225 lb 16.85-17.25; 24 head 17.35; 1. to 3, 190-240 lb 16,5017.00; sows strong to 25 higher; 1 to 3, 280-350 lb 14.50-15.25; 350-550 lb 13.75-14.75; 2 and3, 450-621b 13.2-14.00. ^Cattle .2,100; .calves J10O; steers steady to weak, bulk still in first hands; heifers steady to 25 lower; high good to low choice steers 24.00-25.00; good 22.00-24.00; few high good and low choice heifers .22.50-23.50; good 20.00-22.25; cows uneven, 50-1.00 lower; utility and commercial 11.50-13.00; high yielding, utility 13.50; bulls generally steady; utility and commercial 15.00-17.00; .individual .utility 17.50; vealers- steady; good and choice 23.00-28.00. Sheep 800; wooledlambs fully 1.00 lower; choice and prime 21.00-22.00; good and choice 1S.00-21.0C- Mrs.Ortis Legg . (Continued from page 3) meeting were Mesdames James Burnham, Bernard Scott, Ruel Nagle, Wayford Plumlee, Paul Teal, Alton ' Hinshaw, Clifford Baitz, Robert Baitz, Gerald Bellinger, Glen Gunning, John Kerr, .Elmer .Williams, Floyd Cunningham, • Otis Legg and Miss Ruby Clark. IF YOU WONDER WHERE THE MONEY WENT... Pay By CHECK You=cari automatically have a complete record of when and where each penny is spent when you pay by check instead of cash! Checks help you manage money better and they're to much more convenient too! OPEN A CHECKING ACCOUNT TODAY! THE JOHNSON SMILE is almost benign as women supporters, the women's section or tne National Citizens Committee for Johnson and Humphrey, including Republicans, converge on him in the White House. Seated is Mrs. Oveta Cuip Hobby.- publisher of. the Houston Post, and Health. Education and Welfare director under President Eisenhower.-. Standing at left is singer Ethel Merman. " t' NEW TRIAL DENIED— New York City union official Henry F. (Buster) Bell (right) leaves federal court in Nashville, Term., after the judge denied him a new trial on his jury- tampering conviction in connection with the 1962 trial of Teamsters President James Hoffa. With Bell are his attorneys, Allen High (left) and Francis Monek. REAL ESTATE Elsie May Hobbs, Estate; Wayne M. Hobbs, Administrator, to Vern Goodnight: Part of Lot 3, Block 2, North Addition, Kempton. Gleri D. Miller to Robert G. Sears: Lot 10, George W. McGee's Addition, Sharpsville. CONVICTION UPHELD INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)—Fred Hardin, Indianapolis, convicted for a 1962 robbery of $32,911 in tax receipts from the Marion County treasurer's office, had several convictions upheld Monday by the state Supreme Court. He appealed a grand larceny and auto banditry conviction, the latter on grounds he could not drive. The court rejected the contention on grounds no sentence was imposed for auto banditry. Never Gave (Continued from page 1) lowed some." "I saw the Sand Island light beacon and I tried to make for it. At one time I was within 50 feet but somehow the current swept me away. I guess I was better off in the water. I might have been dashed against the rocks." CAN'T BLAME BARRY OMAHA, Neb, (UPI) — Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey may become a clock watcher. Humphrey placed his. watch on the speaker's podium during his address Monday night to keep track of the time. He. left the podium during the applause that followed his speech. When he returned to get his watch, it was gone. Kindergarten Registration Set Registration will be held.Fri­ day, October 16, for the Windfall kindergarten. Enrollments will be accepted from 2 to 4 p.m. on that date in Room 8 at Windfall high school. A $25 fee will be payable at time of registration. A birth certificate must be presented for each child to be enrolled. To be eligible for kin-' dergartc-n, i a child must be five years old on or before November 1. Mrs. Virginia Merger, of Route 2, Windfall, will teach the class. Any additional announcements concerning supplies, milk and other matters will be made during registration. Classes will l<egin on October 19. Sessions will be held from 9 to 11:30 a.m. at the Windfall Christian church. TO TOUR STATE WASHINGTON (UPI) — Sen. Birch Bayh's office said Monday, after the junior Hoosier lawmaker spent a day of campaigning in Hartford City arid Marion, that he would continue a •saturation campaign in Indiana. He will appear on behalf of the Democratic ticket today at Madison, then on to Columbus, Wednesday, Lake County and Indianapolis Thursday and New Albany Friday. • • Other dates, some tentative, on the tour are Oct. 17 at Danville, Oct. 18 at Tell City, Oct.20 at Warren County,' Oct. 21 at Evansville, Oct. 22 at Richmond and Fort Wayne. Not yet confirmed were speeches at Indianapolis Oct. 16, Brownsburg and Greencastle Oct. 17, St. Louis Oct. 10, Cedar Rapids, Oct. 11, New Jersey Oct. 12, Grinnell College in Iowa Oct. 13 and Center City, Mich., Oct. 15. Hospital Notes MONDAY ADMISSIONS: Doris Ferguson, Windfall; Helen McKinney, Noblesville; Sharon Smith, Tipton; Lois Carr, Tipton; . Ed Thompson, Tipton; Mary Thomas, Tipton; Elizabeth Wainscott, Nobles ville; Max Bunch, Windfall; Rebecca Moon, Hemlock; Doris Helton, Greentown; Harry Goodnight, Russiaville; Barbara Davis, Tipton; Katherine Funke, Tipton; Patricia Woods, Tipton; Tim Kaiser, Tipton; Ann Salizer, Tipton; Bernadette Rash, Tipton; Florence Walden, Elwood; Charles Gathman, Tipton; Zora Cline, Kempton; William Luster, Windfall; Florence Whisler,, Atlanta; Nellie Henderson, Sharpsville. DISMISSALS: Leona Tansey, Tipton; Catherine Freeman, Kirklin; Mabel Ricketts, Frankfort; Von Hawkins, Kempton; George Horine, Arcadia; Mary Free, Tipton; Lyla Holt, Elwood; Deloris Clara, Greentown; Naomi Robinson, Tipljon; Ronnie Foster, Tipton; Forest Johnson, Tipton; Douglas Thurston, Sharpsville; Joyce Suttorig, Tipton; Paul Richey, Kokomo; Helen Day, Center; Carolyn Bales, Atlanta; Wilson Hubbard Jr., Tipton; Ttaline Young, Kokomo; Kfmberly Adplanalp, Elwood; James Terry, Arcadia; Frank Fritch, Tipton; May Wilson, Arcadia; Cathy Leach, Atlanta; Marie Blackford, Atlanta; Mary Hensley, Tipton; George Tishner, Tipton; Winona Phifer, Tipton; Margaret Davis, Tipton; Mary Tomlinson, Elwood; Nancy Molden, Tipton; Herbert Rainey, Windfall; Mary Pyles, Sharpsville. BIRTHS: Mr..and Mrs. Byron Reed, Frankfort, hoy, 4:36 a. m., October 2. Mr. and Mrs. William Funke, Tipton, girl; 7:28 a.m. October 4. TUESDAY ADMISSIONS: Carolyn Woodard, Sharpsville; Cecil Gunter, Kokomo; Thelma Wagner, Kirklin; James Weeks, Tipton; Mary Jarrett, Sharpsville. DISMISSALS: Elizabeth Wainscott, Noblesville; Max Sutton, Hemlock; Inez Dennis, Tipton; Phyllis Ricks, Hillisburg; Virginia Reed, Frankfort; Mary Cruse, Tipton. BIRTHS: Mr. and Mrs. Larry Smith, Tipton, boy, 6:04 a.m., October 5. SQUEEZE ON FARMERS ROCHESTER, Ind. (UPI)— Rep. Charles A. Halleck, House minority leader, charged Monday night in a 2nd District congressional reelection campaign speech'that there is "one bureaucrat in the Department of Agriculture for every -30 farmers." Halleck said the American farmer is in the "worst economic squeeze of the last 30 years." "The Democrat program for agriculture has cost more and done less good than any in history," Halleck said. "What they have done is add some 9,000 more employes to the Department of Agriculture payroll, most of whom don't have even a nodding acquaintance with a barbed-wire fence." : "Cattle people are losing their shirts," he said; "while a Democrat administration distributes Argentine beef and frozen hamburgers from Australia for school lunch programs." Mrs. Ralph Hutto Entertains for Goldsmith WSCS Mrs. Velva Purvis Mrs. Ralph Hutto was hostess to members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Goldsmith Methodist church on Friday afternoon at.^er home in Goldsmith. She was assisted by Mrs. Wayne Stowers. The worship center set up by the president, Mrs. Robert Phares, was the cross and praying hands. The moments of meditation for the ill of the community was given by Mrs. Clyde Smith. Devotions were given by Mrs. Robert McFarland, using the scripture from 'Proverbs, a poem, "Unwelcome Guest," the hymn, "The Church Has One Foundation," an article on "Family and Prayer" and she closed with prayer. ' Miss Jane Tyner gave an interesting lesson on the subject, "Mothers of Other Cultures" followed by group discussion. Roll call was answered with something new from something old. Mrs. Hutto, secretary, read minutes of the last meeting followed by Mrs McFarland giving the treasurer's report. Final plans were made and committees appointed for the smorgasbord supper which will be on October 28. The Day Apart meeting to be at kokomo on October 29 was announced. Mrs. Smith previewed the next meeting which will be at the home of Mrs. W. L. Hughes in Goldsmith on November 6 at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. McFarland will be co-hostess while Mrs. Ken Nightenhelser will present the lesson and Mrs. Robert Watson will have devotions. The meeting closed with the group repeating the L o r d 's prayer in unison. Refreshments. were served to Mesdames Clyde Smith, Rupert Watson, W. L. Hughes, Glen Stouder, iP a u 1 Zimmerman, Wayne Stowers,' John Moody, Ralph Hutto, Basil Teter, William Purvis, Robert Phares, S. M. Cotton, Ken "Nightenhelser, Robert McFarland, Emma Bitner, Robert Smith and Miss Jane Tyner. One guest, Vickie Kay Moody was present. "ISLAND OF THE BLUE DOLPHINS'' (2 C).•Artist Reynold Brown has painted this theme-piece from actual scenes in Universal'; exciting adventure in color, "Island of the Blue Dolphins/' Produced by Ribert B. Radhitz, Celia Kaye plays her first feature motion picture role as the lead. "FBI CODE 98'/ is the companion feature. What is Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Watson and family moved over the weekend from the Charles Park rental in Goldsmith to the Jim Goodnight property in Kempton which they recently purchased. EKIN Miss Iva Enright and Mrs. Everett Kirby attended the Golden wedding anniversary celebration of Mr. a n d 'Mrs. Clarence Moon, in . Kokomo Sunday. '(Continued from page 5) try to rescue a woman who had just given birth and "was in trouble." He and other rescuers made it in time to snatch 32 more prospective victims from Hilda. Path Widens Saturday night wore into Sunday, and Hilda stretched her path of destruction past the iLouisiana capital of Baton Rouge, - Scotlandsville, Tangipahoa, undermining railroad beds, snapping strands of telephone wire like giant whips, piling driftwood and broken limbs on highways. But there was no warm water, from which to suck life-given energy, no friction-free.Gulf to ride across. Hilda was dying; each building that stood in her path, each tree that dragged back at her winds bled and finally exhausted the hurricane. ' . Winds dipped from 100 miles per hour past 90.. .80.. .70. By Sunday noon, Hilda was dead as a hurricane and dying as a tropical storm. The monster's brief life exacted a steep price — 37 dead, nearly 200 injured, socres of houses demolished, miles of railroad track and power lines 1 damaged, 100,000 telephones ; knocked out, a sugar cane crop [flattened barely a week before harvest time, and a restoration job that may run many millions of dollars. In the tragic chapters of death, however, there can be a few happy paragraphs — such as the birth of a baby girl in wind-torn Morgan City. Her birthday is Oct. 3, 1964. Her name is Hilda. Court Action In the matter of the estate of Clarence V. . Walker; - Eugene iMcFarland, executor: Inheritance tax appraiser's report filed. In the matter of the estate of Gertrude J. Currie: Objection to probate of will filed by Robert Currie. In the matter of the estate of Essie Lulu Foster; Joe Adams, heritance tax appraiser filed. Administrator's final accounting, petition to settle and allow accounting and petition for authority to distribute estate filed. Hearing set for 9 a.m., October 29. In the matter of the estate of Nancy Kelley; Hazel Reeder, executrix: Inventory and appraisement filed. In the matter of the estate of' Anna Tyner; Ollene Babcock. administrator: Inventory and appraisement filed. • In the matter of the estate of Eliakim J. White; Blanche M. Ramseyer, administratrix: Report of inheritance tax appraiser filed. In the matter of Marian Roadruck vs. Paul Roadruck, Jr.: Complaint for divorce. Affadivit for change of venue from Tipton County filed.. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Delph were supper guests Thursday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs, Luther Delph, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Cad Goff visited Sunday evening in the home of Mrs. Anna Bailey and daughter, Kay in 'Pickard. 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State Boad 28 East Phone OS 5-7426 . — ———— WATCH -THE BOS HOW SHOW," NBC-TV . cmot^Youji ^ocw.nsnn,*.-——: ——:— ••" "• Mr. and Mrs. Neil McCullough of route 2, Sheridan, are parents of a daughter, born September 25 at Riverview hospital, Noblesville. Barry Seeks (Continued from page I) ter's apartment Sunday. Gold water said: "I am convinced jthat only through a careful study by the best' qualified experts this country has to offer oan we reach the kind of hard conclusions that are needed to meet the, situation in South Viet Nam. Says Ike Best "As this country's foremost military man and foremost statesman, Gen. Eisenhower is the man best qualified to fulfill this critical mission. "The unfortunate fact is that we are at war in South Viet Nam. American boys are fighting and dying in the Asian jungles. And it becomes more apparent every day that this administration is drifting, .that it has no policy worthy of the name. "If I am elected, I intend to come to grips with this vital question and,- at that time, I want the very best and soundest advice available. I believe a group of experts headed by- Gen. Eisenhower could provide that advice." Eisenhower, when he ran,for President 12 years ago, promised if elected to go to Korea to survey the scene. He made the trip as president-elect 'in late 1952. ELK'S ; MEETING AND INITIATION . District Deputy's Visitation This Wednesday, Oct. 7 .8:00 P.M. Steak'Supper 6:30 P.Mi If® .Vote.Tt and the choice is yours! j . . . Dontvote... and the choice is theirs! I Register... or you havens choice! Published as a public service in cooperation with The' American Heritage Foundation and The Advertising Council. ENDORSES JOHNSON PITTSBURGH (UPI) — The Pittsburgh Courier, a nationwide Negro weekly newspaper, Monday announced the endorsement of President Johnson. Meetings on 2nd and 4th Thursdays at the Legion Home at 8:00 p.m. Lawrence Sanders Commander Seward Bristow Adjutant GEORGE GREENE, Secretary ANOTHER BROTHERHOOD AND SISTERHOOD BEING FORMED No age limit or territory restriction for charter members. WRITE TO: CONNERSVILLE BROTHERHOOD & SISTERHOOD P.O. Box 93 Conner<svil|r». Ind. FUNERAL HOME OSbftra* 9-2425 Tipton tabataa Strvia IPTON'S FINEST FUNERAL SERVICE SINCE 1 'Island Of The Blue Dolphins" 7:15 — "FBI Code 98" 8:50 DIANA Now Thru Tues. DOUBLE FEATURE This unusual and exciting motion picture is top entertainment for the whole family 1 I I PLUS THIS-ACTION PACKED CO-HIT "FBI CODE 98" JACK KELLY WEDNESDAY "TARZAN'S 25c BARGAIN NIGHT 3 CHALLENGES" Opens Thursday - Double Feature NANCY KWAN IN "TAMAHINE" IN COLOR AND "SURF PARTY"

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