The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on October 9, 1964 · Page 6
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Friday, October 9, 1964
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PAGE 6 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Friday, October. 9,-1964- On The Lighter (Continued from page 5) - ' is surely not unknown in such' context." If I'interpret'this bit of qasi adjudication correctly, the upshot is as follows: "It's okay to = call your employer the "sweet old boss," but be careful when you use just the initials. Inside Indiana " : (Continued from page 1) dedication and enthusiasm of trained and qualified young executives," Ristine said. "Such outstanding young men will give Sfofflemyre Ties Up Series For Yanks By FRED DOWN UPI Sports Writer ST. LOUIS (UPI)—The New York Yankees may have made their' own break or just gotten one in the second game of the World Series Thursday but in J j t was a ll-downhill after that any event they made the most[ as Yankees added two runs of it to defeat the St: Louis jn the seve nth inning and four Johnny Keane and catcher Tim •McCarver. Tresh followed with his whistling single to center field and the Yankees were in front, 2-i: ON THE SIDELINES BY HAM RIGG Cardinals, 8-3, and square the classic at one victory each. The turning' point of the game and the first controversy eliminate fumbling and bum bling, waste and inefficiency." us tie' leadership we need to ;of the series came in the sixth inning when Joe Pepitone was awarded first base on a dispute hit batsman call by umpire Bill McKin^ey. The play • moved Mickey Mantle to second base, from where he scored moments EXECUTIVE MEETING The executive committee of the Woman's Society of Christ- h . „:„„i„ u„ T„„ T,»ch :~ o„ - r \ I.,I,. JU later on a single by Tom Tresh lan Service of Kemp Methodist .• , . „, , to give the Yankees a 2-1 lead. Mel Stottlemyre, a 22-year-old rookie who won nine games af- church will meet in the church parlor on Monday at 7:30 p. m. See and hear Senator jter the Yankees acquired him Goldwater 9:30 P.M. Fri- from.Richmond of the Interna- 1 r\ . 1 n , D r TIT ! tional League on Aug. 11. day, October 9, ABC-TV, pi(ched a ° seven . hittesr and Channel 13. Pd. Pol.-5 hurled out of potential trouble in both the eighth and ninth - Tipton. County Library j innings to snap the Yankees open Monday-AVednesday- ! string of five consecutive World Friday-till 3:00 p.m. C-tf MOOSE DANCE "ROYAL KNIGHTS" Dick Leslie-Director Saturday Night October 10th, 1964. Series losses. Start Of Streak The streak started with the . Los Angeles Dodgers' four- game sweep in 1963 and was continued when the Cardinals beat the Yankees, 9 -" 5, in Wednesday's opener of this series. The key inning of the Yankee victory started when Mantle drew a walk off Bob Gibson. After Dal Maxvill robbed EI- ston Howard of a hit with a diving catch, Pepitone took one pitch and then jumped out of the batter's box following the Cardinal • fireballer's second pitch to him. 1 McKinley supported Pepitone's claim that the pitch brushed his right pants leg and : Mantle went on down to second 'when both Ken Burkhardt and Hank Soar stuck with. McKinley's call. in^Jie face of violent protests by Gibson, Manager DOG FIELD TRIAL SUNDAY, OCTOBER 11, 19G4 FIRST RACE AT 12:00 E.S.T. j FOLLOW SIGNS FROM STATE ROAD 19 AND COUNTY LINE ATLANTA CONSERVATION CLUB MOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS in the ninth, negating single runs which the Cardinals scored in the eighth and ninth. Linz Starts Rallies Shortstop Phil Linz started both the late Yankee rallies— the two-run seventh with a single and the four-run ninth with a homer. Bobby' Richardson and Roger Maris also had singles in the seventh and Mantle had a double and Maris and Pepitone singles in the ninth. Linz's three hits led the Yankees' 12-hit attack. No Cardinal had more than one hit. The Cardinals scored their first run in the third inning on singles by ' Mike Shannon and Maxvill, Gibson's sacrifice and Curt Flood's infield out. Gibson struck out six men in the first three innings but tie Yankees tallied against him in the fourth on doubles by Howard and Pepitone—Howard advancing only from second to third because he held up against the possibility left fielder Lou Brock could catch Pepitone's soft fly—and Clete Boyer's sacrifice fly. ST. LOUIS (UPI)—Box score of the second game of the 1964 World Series: The BURGUNDY* Model M2733 U beautiful Contemporary styled lo-boy console in grained Walnut color or grained Mahogany color. VHF ' Spotlite Dial. Built as only Zenith would, build it! ^CRAFTED NO PRINTED CIRCUITS... Every chassis connection in Zenith TV is handwired for the utmost in dependability. ZENITH QUALITY PERFORMANCE FEATURES • Zenith's New Custom Video Range 82-Channel Tuning System . • 21,000 Volts'Picture Power • Big 6V4* x 2V4" Speaker • Automatic "Fringe-Lock" Circuit • Peak"Picture Control • Zenith "Rn'Cooled" Power Transformer $229.95 CHASSIS Automatic Frequency Control Automatic Bass Boost" Circuit The CHORDA!RE* Model M723 ' Distinctivelystyled cabinet. Precision vernier tine tuning. Char-. coal color. Grained Walnut and White color or White color. $49.95 HINKLE TV SERVICE 121 N. MAIN TIPTON, IND. NEW YORK AB RH RBI Linz ss 4 2 3 1 R.Richardson 2b 5 1 2 1 Maris cf 5 12 0 Mantle rf 4 2 12 Lopez rf 0 0 0 0 Howard c 4 2 10 Pepitone lb 4 0 2 1 Tresh If 3 0 1'2 C. Boyer 3b - 3 0 0 1 Stottlemyre p 5 0 0 0 Totals 36 8 12 8 ST. LOUIS AB RH RBI Flood cf 4 0 0 1 Brock If 4 0 0 1 White lb 3 0 0 0 K. Boyer 3b 4 0 0 0 Groat ss 3 110 McCarver c 4 0 1 1 Shannon rf 4 110 Maxvill 2b 2 0 10 Warwick .ph 1 110 James ph 1 0 0 0 Gibson p 1 0 10 Skinner ph . 1 0 10 Buchek pr-2b : 0 0 0 "0 Totals 32 3 7 3 New York 000 101 204-3 St. Louis 001 000 011—3 DP — New York 1. LOB — New York 10 St. Louis 5. 2b—Richardson Howard Pepitone Mantle Warwick. 3b — Groat. HR—Linz. —Gibson. SF — C. Boyer Tresh. ip h r er bb so Stottlmyre W 9 7 3 3 2 4 Gibson L 8 8 4 4 3 9 Schultz 13—2 2 2 0 0 G. Richardson 13—2 2 2 2 0 Craig 13 0 0 0 0 1 HBP —By Gibson (Pepitone). WP —Gibson. PB—Howard. T— 2:29. A—30,805. I.O.O.F Fish Fry, Kempton Armory, Saturday, Oct. 10th, 5:00 to 9:00 P.M. Adults $1.00, Children 50c P-5 Coach Jerry Clossin's junior high school gridders got themselves a big one last night when they defeated Alexandria Junior High 14-6. "We really wanted this one," Jerry said after the game, "Bob Dickson is the Alex Junior High coach and his basketball team not only was the only team to defeat us, but did it twice last year. The kids couldny forget it, and played their hearts out on defense to stop the Tiger cubs with one touchdown." Mike Fike and Carl Watson were the point getters with touchdowns in the second and fourth quarters -and Fike ran for both extra points. Coach Clossin singled out for parties lar praise the following boys whose defensive work he fel was outstanding: seventh grader Jay Anderson, Mike Wall. Mark Amos, Rick Overdorf, and the defensive unit of Raymond Tharp, Gary Harpe, Dan Ripberger, Ernie Delph, Bob Crook and Rick Balser. Next junior high game is at Huntington, next Thursday, October 15, and the Tipton Imps close out the schedule, against Noblesville, here on the Tiplon field "with a seventh and 8th grade contest Tuesday, October 20. Sure Felt Good A couple of weeks ago, crus- ing around town with an unconscious ear tuned to the radio we heard a plug over WF.BM to keep tuned to that station during the Olympic games for an on-the-spot broadcast and telecast by Tom Carnegie (he picked Tipton .to win the state last year before Hjarvey Harmon was injured) who was flying to Tokyo to cover the Olympic games in person. When we reached o ,u r typewriter w e dropped a hurried "how-lucky- can-a-guy-get" note to Tom, congratulating him on his assignment and enclosing Harvey Harmon's address with the suggestion that if his plane set down at Honolulu long enough en- route to or from Tokyo, he might call Harvey on the telephone and let him hear a familiar voice from back home. Tom did better than that. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Harmon got a note this morning from Harvey that Tom Carnegie had not only taken time off from his flight to stop on the Hawaii University campus to see him, but had tape-recorded an interview with Harve which will be played and shown on WFBM- TV as soon as Tom returns. •• Harvey wrote "it sure 'felt good to hear theWoice of another Hoosier again." .•"< Tor our part, it was a wonderful gesture on the part of Tom Carnegie, and when he gets back in the states and returns to his familiar place oh the airwaves, we hope all his listeners will drop him a card or note telling him how much they appreciate it. In All Fairness Yesterday we quoted in part from a note by Noblesville's Don Jellison pointing out Carmel's desire for some football recognition of its own in view of the fact the Greyhounds did defeat Tipton. Such .a desire is thoroughly justified for regard­ less of the "why" of that outcome, the figures speak for themselves, Carmel 20, Tipton 14. They can't understand therefore why Tipton IS ranked and they are NOT. In a similar situation, if we were' covering Carmel we'd be clamoring all over the state for "justice", but it isn't our job to cover CarmeL We're concerned first with the Blue Devils and second with the CIC. Carmel is handicapped in that it is not a member of a widely recognized conference,, each of •which has a coach named by the UPI to see that its members are not ignored. On the other hand, the UPI named several "Independent" coaches or coaches of teams which belong to no conference to represent those independents. Carmel's appeal Georgia Tech, Navy Resume Old Rivalry By GARY KALE With a little bit of luck, Georgia Tech can extend its unbeaten string tonight against Navy in the first college football clash between the two schools since 194". And that sliver of luck, hard as it may be to Navy. enthusiasts, is the injury to the Middies' Heisman Trophy- quarterback Roger Staubach. Last week Navy lost to Michigan, 21-0, because Staubach's ankle injury was severe enough to prevent him from launching a sustained attack. Coach Wayne Hardin isn't taking any chances this time in the game at Jacksonville, Fla., and probably will start reserve signal caller Bruce Bickle. He has fullback Pat Donnelly and half- should be directed to those m-^ack Kip Paskewich to supply dependents. A complete list of.t; ie po Wer 0 n the ground. "-- "™ T *• " A Georgia Tech beat Navy, 1614, the last time they played and also scored a 28-20 victory over the Midshipmen in 1946 by last two minutes. Big Intersectional Clash the UPI coaches was announced Sept. 9. Check 'Em Out Look down the list of the teams which are recognized and you can see why they are. No. 1 South Bend St. Joe is represented by S-B Cen'.ral coach Ed Szucs; No. 2 Kokomo by NCC'sjclash tonight is at the Orange Hub Etchison of Richmond; Ca-|Bowl, where Miami of Flonda thedral by its own Joe Dezelan: faces California, the first West Tipton by CIC's Jim Wchsollek; jCoast opponent in the Hurri and so on down the list . . . Ev- jCane ' s f oot ball history ansvilJe Reitz by its own Her- The Bears feature a . a man Byers; East Chicago Roo-! comb ination of quarterback sevelt by its own Chet Lukawski )Cr aig Morton, who has 53 com- and Hobart by its own coach potions in 82 attemots for 6G0 Rus Deal. Each coach is trying' yardSi and end Jack Scnraub to represent its own teams. Wej Who has snared ^ es ^ Crowds Flock To Circus at Fairgrounds Color and beauty dazzled spectators when Ringling Bros. Cir : cus opened Wednesday at the spacious Fairgrounds Coliseum in Indianapolis for live, days of family fun through Sunday, Oct. 11th. This is -the first time in seven years that "The Greatest Show on Earth" has appeared in this area. Sparkling beauty and superb, costumery is the hall-mark of the four major production numbers created for this year's coast to coast- tour of 57 American • cities. .The aerial extravaganza is called "Fiesta", and headlines the amazing La Toria on the Spanish Web .and 36 Ringling Cuties ascending their ropes attired ia sophisticated toreador costumes. The super-spectacular is called "Welcome to the Fair" and is an imaginative salute to the N. Y. Fair with hundreds of people and animals in superb formations. Close to 30 floats move around the Coliseum floor and _ every nation has a flag in the tallying two touchdowns in the giant parade. Even Uncle Sam New Tax I makes an appearance. I "iHannibal" is the title of the enormous menage or elephant number, in which behemoths and gaily dressed personnel cavort through the Coliseum. The grand finale is a potpourri of more color, 'beauty and toe-tapping music conducted by that internationally famed circus conductor. Merle Evans. . It's all-new for 1964 and at the suggest Don and Carmel direct their energy on a coach delegated to represent the independents. As a matter of fact, Carmel is season for 248 yards and a touchdown. Miami is on the short end of seven-point odds as a result of hsted m the latest poll 'by ; the iniuries to backs .p et e-j,""-^; Associated Press and we rather zak> RusseU Smjth and imagine that the Greyhound's [ S ims, all of whom are expected win,over UPI and AP ranked,^ see limited action Tipton, had something to do with that recognition. Must Win Big All that may be wasted talk next Tuesday, however, after the 39-12 licking Cathedral was I Saturday's big games include the battle between top-ranked Texas and Oklahoma at Dallas; second-rated Illinois' meeting with visiting sixth-ranked Ohio State; Alabama's third-ranked handed last night by Sacred j Crimson Tide hosting of North Heart, currently ranked llth but certain to shoot upward. It's going to take a "Big" victory tonight over Elwood if Tipton js to even remain in the standings now. AMBULANCE SERVICE..... anytime Day or Night Our Two Ambulances Are Fqlly Equipped With Oxygen FUNERAL HOME 216 W. Jefferson OS 5-4780 BILLY MARTIN Is a true country music entertainer. Starting in the business as a country disc jockey. This Rave him 'the chance to K^I familiar with the kind of muaic the country music fans wanted tn hear. After workiiiK as a DJ for a while, Billy cut hi* flrHt record and things Htarted to happen. Ha then formed his fine band, Th» Sundowners, and played show dates all over the country. But, Billy felt his show still was lacking that little something that makes a show tops. So the search was rn to find tiie answer and soon found the missing parts of his show in the form of Debbie Lane, female vo- calUt and Hobby Smith. Since these two fine entertainers joined the show, Billy and his fine group have been pleasing crowds where- ever they chance to play. V. <F. W. POST NO. 1129 PRESENTS COUNTRY MUSIC SHOW Starring BILLY MARTIN & DEBBIE LANE Bobbie Smith — Bob Brandon — "The Sundowners" SUNDAY, OCTOBER 11 SHOWS AT 3 AND 8 P.M. Tipton County 4-H Building S. R. 19 South Tipton, Indian* ADMISSION: ADULTS $1.25 CHILDREN 75c 3 Crew Members fOntinued from naqe 1) ing the war. But in the recent past it has soft-nedaled Khanh's ' Bro \^,' vs threats of a "march to the" north." Carolina State; No. 4 Michigan facing Michigan State at East L a ns i n g, revitalized Notre Dame. No. 5, visiting Air Force; seventh - ranked Kentucky at Florida State; eighth-rated Nebraska taking on South Carolina at Lincoln and No. 9 UCLA playing at No. 10 Syracuse. 'Other Saturday games around the country East: Army vs. Penn State, Yale, Colgate vs. Holy Cross, Columbia vs. Har- (Continued from page 1) : counting now required on the face of the return. . —The taxpayer will sign his name on page one. The IRS said that many persons forgot to sign when the space was on the second page. —The form has been revised for the new minimum standard deducation provided in the 1964 law. The standard deduction is taken by those taxpayers who do not itemize their deductions. Under the old law, the minimum standard deduction was 10 per cent for all taxpayers. The 1964 law set a $200 "floor" on this for lower income groups, giving them a slightly higher percentage. For instance, under the previous law, -a person earning Sl.500 a year would have received the standard 10 per cent, or $150. Now this person receives the minimum • S200 standard deduction plus $100 for each exemption. This credit for each exemption is in addition to the $600 he receives for each dependent in the other section of his form. The instructions will contain extra tables to help taxpayers make a choice between the new minimum standard deduction and the regular standard deduction. Taxnayers still will be able to itemize deductions i£ they wish. Another innovation of many of the tax returns sent out by the IRS next year will be pre- stamped names, addresses and IRS account numbers. The 1040A has carried this preprinted identification for several years. The government Printing Office expects to take 10 weeks to Fiargrounds Coliseum thru Sun. I run off the new forms and their Oct. llth. It's the best show of instructions. The job will take the year at low, popular prices —with every seat reserved and no extra charges of any kind .. . prices, including tax are $3.00, $2.50 and $2.00, with a few center boxes at $3.50. Performance times are Friday at 4:15 and 8:15 p.m., Saturday at 2:15 and 8:15 p.m. and. final iday, Sunday at 2:15 and 6:00 p.m. All shows are 2Vz hours long. Tickets are now on sale at Claypool Hotel Lobby, the Coliseum and at all Indianapolis Sears Stores. 8.5 million pounds of paper and 70,000 pounds of ink. Quarantine ivard, Dartmouth vs. Princeton, The only concerted action .Cornell vs. Pennsylvania, against Communist North Viet| South: Tennessee vs. Boston Nam has been by the United | College, Auburn vs. Chatta- the series of air nooga, Clemson vs. Georgia, States, in o __ o „, raids Aug. 4-5 against North Du k e vs . Maryland, Florida vs. Vietnamese torpedo bases m .Mississippi, Mississippi State retaliation'for attacks on U.S. destroyers. in the Gulf of Tonkin. Khanh told a news conference today that a decision to vs. Tulane, North Carolina, vs. Louisiana State. Midwest: Indiana vs. Iowa, Kansas State vs. Missouri, Kansas vs. Iowa. State, Minnesota extend the war would be "too vs. Northwestern, Wisconsin vs. loaded with diplomatic and po-, Purdue, Toledo vs. Ohio U. litical complications" taken hastily. to be Southwest: Arizona State vs. Texas Western, Arizona vs. New "We have the capability of-Mexico, Arkansas vs. Baylor, transporting one-ton, two-ton orjTexas Tech vs. TCU, Tulsa vs. three-ton bombs with our [Houston. means into military installations and industrial installations of North Viet Nam or China," he said. "The thing is, we must do it in the right place and at the right time. This is the question." Kbanh said, "I cannot answer directly when we will do it and how we will do it but we have the capability of doing it." Khanh made his declaration after reporters asked -It he intended to retaliate against increased Communist infiltration which both he and American officials say is on the upswing. West: Stanford vs. Rice, Oregon vs. Washington, Oregon State vs. Idaho, Southern California vs. Texas A&M. Hospital Notes ADMISSIONS: Etta Giffin, Tipton; Lewis Worthy, Titpon; Jean Lewis, Atlanta; Martha (Baker, Tipton; Pamela Garmon, Tipton; Marsha Wenger, Cicero; Ann Soilz, Tipton; Karen Sue Dick, Cicero; Larry Parker, Forest; Inez Holsten, Kempton; Wanda Marshall, Kokomo; Dudley Lacy, Windfall; Glenna Powell, Windfall; Marjorie "McCain, Atlanta; Emily Rogers, Tipton. DISMISSALS: Dansy Foster, Sharpsville; Katherine Funke, Tipton; Christine Bardonner, Noblesville; Jan Wise, Tipton; James Weeks, Tipton. BIRTHS: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dick, Cicero,, (boy," 12:56 a.m., October 9. 1 REAL ESTATE Guy Pierce to Alton P. Terwilliger: NWV4; Section 36, Township 22, Range 5,160 acres. See and hear Senator Goldwater, 9:30 P.M. Friday, October 9, ABC-TV, Channel 13. Pd. Pol.-5 LIVESTOCK INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)—Livestock: Hogs 6,500 ' 35-50 lower; 1-2, 190-225 lb 16.25-16.60; mixed 1-3, 190-240 . lb . 15.75-16.25; . sows mostly 50 lower; 1-3, 300-400 lb 13.50-14.50, few to 14.75; 2-3, 400-650 lb 12.50-13.50, few to 14.00. Cattle 525; calves 25; steers strong .to .25 .higher; .heifers fully steady; other classes generally .steady; .choice .steers 25.50-25.75; good to low choice 23.00-25.00; .good .22.00-23.00; high good and low choice heifers 23.50; good 20.00-22.00; utility and commercial cows 11.00 13.00; utility .and .commercia bulls 14.50-16.00; good to choice vealars 22.00-26.00. Sheep.300; steady; choice and prime wooled lambs 21.00-22.00 good and choice 19.00-21.00. Blue Devils Last; Burris Wins In Cross Country 'Perennial power Muhcie Burris and fast developing Elwood, battled to a' thrilling finish yesterday on the Peru golf course before Burris was proven a close winner of the 1964. CIC cross country championship. . Tipton came in. a distant last. The final scores were Burris 32, Elwood 34, Alexandria 78, Huntington 125, Hartford City 147, Peru 151, Wabash 152 and. Tipton 226. Roy of Alexandria won the individual championship by fifty yards - over second place Glendenning of Burris with Loffer of 'Burris third; Hankley, of Elwood 4th and Strador of Elwood winding up the individual medal winners in fifth place. For Tipton, it was Ron Roadruck 39th, Floyd Bectell 42nd, Dave Massey, 46th, Stillwell 49th, 54tH and Kline 62nd. 5th and Kline 62nd. Smorgasbord and bazaar Saturday, October 10, from 5 to 8. Adults $1.25. Children 50c. 4-H Community Building. Sponsored by Tetersburg Christian Church. C-5 (Continued from page 1) the weekend. Lewis said he took his daughter to Letterman Wednesday afternoon for a checkup, and she was treated for flu. He said she could hardly walk Thursday so they returned to the hospital. Say She's Progressing Army officials declined to give details on !>.er condition, except to say she was "pro- ressing." They said she was under treatment for what they "assume is a case of meningitis." • Lettermen officials said all members of the Lewis family, including his wife, three daughters, two grandchildren and a son-in-law, were given culture tests to determine if they, too, have traces of the disease. •Mrs. Smith was admitted to the hospital shortly after 6th Army commander Gen. Frederick J. Brown announced that demands by two California congressmen for a quarantine at Ft. Ord had been referred to the Department of Army. ADMITS BANK BURGLARY INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)—Darrell T. Appleget, 23, Clermont, pleaded guilty before Judge Cale J. Holder in Federal Court Thursday in the $2,000 burglary of the Nora branch of the Indiana National Bank here last Dec. 31. A pre-sentence investigation was ordered. Want Ads Pay See and hear Senator Goldwater, 9:30 P.M. Friday, October 9, ABC-TV, Channel 13. Pd. Pol.-5 Stated meeting of Rosary chapter No. 66 Order of the Easf ern Star at 7:30 'Tuesday, Masonic Temple. Carolyn Hogwood, W. M. Mable Kennedy, Secretary ELK'S DANCE This Sat. r Oct. 10 9:30 -1:3b AM." KENNY AND HIS COUNTS All members invited to attend. Now thru Sat. Matinee Sat. starting at 2 p.m. What's 7t like To be the onlv girl in a school for boys? Its wild. It's wonderful. Ir> "TAMAHINE" ... a rollicking frolic of a comedy in Metrocolor from M-G-M. DIANA Serai Arts Praiucfats UUFBlRrY PLUS THIS FUN HIT I ! _. . . . • HsmameBKmca BOO nan am n STARRING BOBBY VINTON & PATRICIA MORROW f, ii i *T* Continued Show Sunday S 'lin.-Mpn.- I UeS. Starting At 2 P.M. A technicolor comedy about the caglest con men in history who get trapped by their own tall talesl_ Marton Brando * David |\tfven Shirley Jones OPENS WEDNESDAY—"THE CARPETBAGGERS" HI

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