The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on October 16, 1964 · Page 8
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 8

Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, October 16, 1964
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PAGE 8 Friday, October 16,1964 \ ".' FRIDAY : Missionary ~-Society—7:30 p.m., ; Mrs. Lester Hart, 501 Maple . street* Hobbs Friendly club—7 p.m., ~ Mrs. Junior Crouch. American Legion Auxiliary ^ 7:30 p.m.. Legion home. •Merry Builders class - 7:30 p.m. 'Mrs. Mary Jacobs, 510. Dear- born street." Twilight club - 6:30 p.m., Mrs. James Delph, 238 Maple street MONDAY Circle II — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Russell Phifer, route 1. Rebecca Circle — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Ed Meloche,204 Columbia avenue. • Rachel circle—7:30 p.m., Mrs. Maurice Browning, route 2. TUESDAY New Hope club - 7:30 p.m., , Mrs. Ralph Smith, route 1, Atlanta. Helping Hands club—1:30 p.m., Mrs. Arthur Smelser, route 5. American War Mothers — 7:30 p.m., American Legion home. Goldsmith Priscilla club—1:30 p.m., Mrs. Duley Hinkle. Tri Kappa Associates — 7 p. m., Mrs. C. W. Mount, route 3. Phi Beta Psi sorority.— 7:30 p. in., Mrs. Ned Grayson, route 3. WEDNESDAY Pioneer Neighborhood girl scouts — 7:30 p.m., Presbyterian church: Square Dance HOE DOWN SATURDAY NIGHT OCTOBER 17th, 1964 eWorld Ponders 7 (Continued from page 1) tion's textile industry. A seem- ingmeekness in manner hides tough administration skills^ and an agile mind. . - • '••",'The ways were greased for Brezhnev's rise to top party power last July when the largely ceremonial title of Soviet president was handed over to Anastas I. Mikoyan who had been high in the hierarchy.:' If tradition • is any guide, Brezhnev is clearly the new premier's superior as head of the party organization — tie key post of Soviet power since the Bolshevik revolution. Johnson (Continued from oage 1) is putting ideas into the heads of other -European satellites. —The reluctance of Poland and other European satellites, once so completely under 'Moscow's iron grip, to endorse Khrushchev's efforts to purge the movement of Red China has dealt the Kremlin a humiliating blow. —Red China's more militant approach to the problems of backward nations of Latin America and Africa is giving Peking the edge over Moscow in many of the new nations. • Autos Collide On Cerryman A rear-end collision at the railroad crossing on Berryman Pike Thursday afternoon caused an estimated $500 in damage to two cars. A car driven by Jack Keith Porter, 3, of 306 North Mam Street, struck the rear of an auto driven by Nester M. Harmon, 40, of 545 North Independence Street- Both cards were southbound on Berryman. The impact resulted in about $300 damage to the front en dof Porter's car and $200 damage to the rear of the Harmon vehicle. Sheriff Urges All to Report Suspicious Cars The Tipton County; Sheriff's office today reported a break-in and theft at a. local home and tinged all.county residents .to re* [part immediately any suspicious cars they see. _ , .-The break-ia.occurred Thursday night at the Wayne Johnson home south of Sharpsville. A.hi- fi .'stereo, set,- - valued ~a,t more than $400, was taken. Any resident who notices an auto cruising past his home frequently or doing anything else which seems irregular, should phone the Sheriff's office immediately, a deputy said. The Sheriff-is checking out all reports of suspicious autos. The maneuver is aimed, at stopping the break-ins which have occurred recently it several local ! homes. ' • "Call at any hour of the day or night," deputy Robert Mc- 'Farlsnd urged. "We'll check it out." Some residents hesitate-to call because they are afraid they may be sending the Sheriff or his deputies on a wild goose chase, McFarland added. However, he said, chances are just as good that the caller may be giving the Sheriff's office a.need- ed lead on the buglars.- Prompt reporting of any suspicious* autos in .the area is absolutely necessary to halt the break-ins, the deputy emphasized. ... Red China Has Officers Elected At its regular monthly meeting ..Thursday, the Tipton Insurance Agents Association elected -new officers. ' The slate includes Clarence Jarvis, president; W. H. Honeychurch, vice president, and Thomas J. Langan, secretary- treasurer. what a carpet! • AMAZINGLY STRONG! •RICHLY LUXURIOUS! WONDERFULLY EASY TO CARE-FOR! _ _ _ _' --.—i. WAS $9.95 S. Y. MOHAWK CARTIER N <*\ ... made of 100% Cumuloft® nylon pile $7^-* . «quor* INCREDIBLY STRONG .. .Tough, durable... no fiber can outwear nylon.• And no ordinary nylon carpet fiber can beat the -strength of Cumuloft nylon. Cumuloft nylon is a continuous filament textured yarn that retains nylon's full strength. . RICHLY LUXURIOUS . . . 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FURNITURE COMPANY PHONE OS 5-6760 By DANIEL SOUTHERLAND TOKYO (TJPI)—Ked China set off its first atomic bomb today. It then immediately proposed a world'conference to ban the use of nuclear weapons. At about the time of the blast as the .New China News Agency the seismograph at Fordham University in New York City recorded a "very strong' quake" between Mongolia and the Kurile Islands. A spokesman for the university said the initial. shock occurred at 3:13 a.m. EDT. The government statement, which also was broadcast by NCNA, said Red China had developed its bomb to increase its "national defense capability and oppose the U.S. imperialist policy of nuclear blackmail and nuclear threats." An "Inalienable Right" "To defend oneself is the inalienable right of every sovereign state," it said. "China cannot remain idle and do nothing in the face of the ever-increasing nuclear-) threat posed by the United States. "China is forced to conduct nuclear- tests and develop nuclear weapons." The Red Chinese government statement said that its purpose in creating a nuclear bomb was strictly a defensive one. It added that?Peking would never be' "the first to" use nuclear weapons." . "The Chinese government hereby solemnly declares that China will %ever "at any time and under any circumstances •be' the first to use nuclear weapons," it said. "The development of nuclear weapons by China is for defense and for protecting the Chinese people from the danger of the. United States launching a nuclear war." The official New China News Agency (NCNA). said the blast was set off,.at.3 p.m. Peking time (3 a-.m. EDT). It said the bomb was exploded in the "western region of China," but did not pinpoint the location. However, observers believed it ' probably was detonated somewhere in the remote .regions of Sinkiang Province or Mongolia, both of which border on.the Soviet Union. (A spokesman for Fordham University in New York City' said/the seismograph there reg­ istered'what appeared to be.;a "very strong quake" at 3:13 a.m. Edt between Mongolia and the Kurile Islands north of. Japan.) . j In a statement issued by the Red Chinese government, Peking pledged that it nejirejr would be-the first to use;.nu r ; clear weapons in warfare. | The it called for a world sum- < mit to ban the use of nuclear I weapons and their ultimate elimination by destruction. | Through its ; successful test, Red China joined the United States, the Soviet Union, Great Britain and France as - the world's atomic powers. Pickup 6th pgh: It came Candidates (Continued from page 1) something better has been developed that can be gradually; substituted for it," he said.' iThe Arizona .senator, who has said he would have no comment on the Walter Jenkins case, drew laughter yi his Houston, Tex., speech Tkursday night when he referred repeatedly to what he called President John' son's "curious crew." In his first public statement on the case Thursday night, the President expressed the "deepest compassion" for Jenkins and his family, but said "the public interest comes before all personal feelings." He said he had asked for Jenkins' resignation and had ordered an immediate investigation by the FBI into the case. Accuses Goldwater - Humphrey, who was scheduled to follow Goldwater to the platform at the corn picking contest today, accused the GOP nominee, of planning to get rid of the farm problem "by getting rid of the farmers." In a speech prepared for delivery at Sioux Falls, he said, "the leader of the Goldwater- ites intends to make a shambles of . agriculture and all related business." He said Goldwater's previous statements, on farm policy "revealed a chasm between him and every national farm group.. .(and) separated him from the ablest Republican farm spokesmen in Congress." The President's trip to traditionally Republican Ohio today was aimed at winning that state's 26 electoral votes and perhaps benefitting the candidacy of Sen. Stephen M. Young, D-Ohio. Young is the_ underdog in . a race against Kepublican Rep. Robert Taft Jr. ROOKIE' REACT rVAf ED' " ' NEW YORK (UPI) — Rookie Bill Pashe, formerly on the inactive list of the NFL's New York Giants, was the AFL's New York,Jets to. start Saturday night's game against the Houston Oilers."- He replaces defensive corner- back Marshall, Starks, who broke his left leg against Oakland last week. Outlook (Continued from page \) corn storage also will be dic- cussed. Clary noted that-the program will be of interest to businessmen and consumers as well as to farmers and their wives. "To make our economy work to our best advantage," the county agent said, .."we must first understand it. This meeting affords that opportunity." SENDS CHECKS BACK MUNCIE, Ind. (UPI)—Phillip Conklin, R!R. 3, Muncie, received a check through the mail for $25. for serving dh a jury. Conklin sent' it back witL- a note saying such service should be "a privilege for every citizen and not a chore." BRAVES REASSIGNMENT,. . MILWAUKEE (UPI) — ;-T*e. Milwaukee Braves assigned pitchers Federico (Chi Chi> Olivo, and Jay Hook to Denver Thursday. They brought; up outfielders Adrian Garrett and Dick Hart and pitchers Eugene Garnell, Ken Nixon, and Pat Jarvis from their farm clubs. FIGHT SLATED BOSTON (UPI) — Unbeaten Gene Toran of Erie, Pa., wh> ner by a knockout- in 16 of 19 pro fights, will meet B-ad Silas of Washington, D.C., in a 10-round lightweight fight at North Dartmouth Tuesday night. NEW COACH HAMILTON, N.Y. (UPI) — Frank O'Hora, veteran baseball coach, assumed the duties of basketball - coach at Colgate University Thursday when former varsity basketball Coach Robert Dewey resigned. EXCHANGE PROTESTS WASHINGTON (UPI) — The United States and the Soviet Union have exchanged more protests in the case -of the three American military attaches who were searched while traveling across Russia last month. . The State Department reported that the latest round took place Monday in Moscow. Malcolm Toon, deputy chief of mission in the U.S. Embassy, met with Mikhail A. Smirnowvski, head of the American section of the Soviet Foreign Office. The exchange was termed "inconclusive." GARBAGE DOOR TROUBLE WASHINGTON (UPI) — The Federal Communications Com- *• WEATHER \ Generally fair and not f much change in tempera--lure today, tonight and Sat- lurday*. High today mid 70s. Low-tonight mid 40$. High Saturday 77 to 82. SCHOOL BUS STRUCK Clarence W. Henry, of Route 4, Tipton, .reported to cityj police that the school bus he drives • was - struck between 9' a.m. and noon Wednesday while parked in the .lot at the .building on East Street formerly occupied by Hy-Line Hatcheries. Damage to the emergency door and frame of the vehicle is estimated at $150. . Sidelines - (Continued from page 4) game which will be played on Peru's home field, the Bengals will lead the CIC and if they do we're certain they'll -be rated, but in the meantime we don't understand why - the Satans should be belittled because they are rated and the other club isn't. Let's decide it when the two clubs meet! mission (FCC) wants to clamp down on electronic garage door openers which it says interfere with aviation communications. The FCC Wednesday proposed new rules which would restrict radio-controlled remote door- openers to certain frequencies. They would also require that manufacturers label their products with the warning that they may be operated only if-they do not interfere with commercial communications. Kern's Fish Fry Armory, 5 to 8 p.m. Oct. 24, 1964 Sponsored <by Tip Toppers Square Dance Club Adult $1.00 Child 50c FARM MISHAP FATAL . EVANSVILLE, Ind. (UPI)— Henry T. Mosley, 33, R. R. 3, Dale, who was pinned by his arms beneatii a farm tractor on his farm for eight hours Monday after it overturned in a silage storage trench, died late Wednesday night in Welborn Hospital here. Advertise In The Tribune Square Dance Lessons 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. Sunday .American Legion Home Sponsored by Tipton TIP TOPPERS PRODUCTION RISES WASHINGTON (UPI) — Production of goods and services in the United States rose to a record annual rate of $67.25 billion during the July-September quarter of 1964— about $40 billion more than ayearago. The Commerce Department said Wednesday the increase in the nation's Gross National Product (GNP) during the quarter was $8.9 billion, somewhat less than the $9.8 billion scored in both the first and second quarters of this year. The slowdown was due to a falldff in Homebuilding, less inventory buildup and a decline in defense outlays, the department said. YES! SHORT SUPPLY NEW YORK (UPI) — The current issue of Saturday Review magazine has a classified ad in the personals section for "competent, experienced covered wagon movers." You Have An Advantage WE STILL HAVE A NICE GOOD SELECTION OF '65 1 CHEVROLETS and OLDSMOBILES AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY YOUR TRADE IN HAS. THE BEST VALUE NOW! WHILE THEY LAST SEE US TODAY Moore Bros. Inc. 311 E. Jefferson Tipton GOT TERMITES? GET A FREE INSPECTION- GUARANTEED PROTECTION The Modem m Arab Way Telephone Today! B. COCHRAN- AND SON, ;JNC, fjpron P.^ne OS 5-3304 CELL NOBLESVTLLE, Ind. (UPI)— The cause of the death of Howard V. Godby, 24, Noblesville, in a cell of the Hamilton County Jail Thursday was' sought today by pathologists: An autopsy was ordered after Godby fell dead while talking to a cellmate pending trial on two counts of check fraud. DIANA Tonight & Sat. 2 Shows At 7:00 & 9:45 FOR ADULTS ONLY ADMISSION 75c ISCPH E. LEVINE presents IGARPH6ERS Special Sat. Matinee ALL SEATS 25c "CATTLE KING'" color SUN.&MON. Continued Show Sunday Starting At 2 p.m. WHY "Marine" did what she did unfolds in the last- 10 minutes . . '.so NO one-will be admitted! ALFRED HITCHCOCK'! IViARNIE. Sterne M'HEDREN SEAN CONNERY ce-stirriRf ' DIANE BAKER • mm usa TECHNICOLOR'..^^ Opens Tues. OLIVIA.DE HAVILLAND 1 "LADY "IN A CAGE" Troy N. HUfto, Republican Candidate TIPTON CIRCUIT COURT : Solicits Your Suppat NATIVE OF TIPTON COUNTY TRAINING: - Attended Sharpsville-and Goldsmith'Schools; Graduate of Sharpsville High School 1923; Graduate of Indiana University, Bachelor of Arts 1928, Bachelor of Law 1933. Admitted to bar In Tipton County 1929. ORGANIZATION: Kemp Methodist Church; Masonic Lodge; American. Legion; Kiwanis Club; U. S. Army Reserve, Lieutenant-Colonel, Infantry. EXPERIENCE Active practice.since 1933 except for five years in Army in World War II. Have served as township attorney for each of the six townships in Tipton County, three times under Democrat trustees. Town Attorney for Sharpsville 10 years. Have been attorney for City of Tipton, Tipton County," Tipton-Cicero Township Schools for 12 years, Tipton County Welfare Attorney for 14 years and Prosecuting Attorney 8 years. Tipton Couty Republican Chairman .4 years. IF ELECTED: I will do my best to be fair and courteous 'toall persons. I will show no partiality for any attorney over another or for one litigant over another. I will not use the office, for political purposes. I will not tolerate dishonesty. : •• ^" . •'"'...'.. . I BELIEVE: "T."!"' That a firm adherence to and respect for the law is the only protection we have.ior our lives, our liberty and our property. That thefwai^tyffiid:: jwmptoMay rather than the severity,, of - punish- ment ,is the, Best; deterrent of crime. I believe that young folks who dp things unlawful should answer for their acts, and when punishment is deserved, it must be given. I believe that the young folks themselves appreciate firm and just discipline. I WILL APPRECIATE YOUR HELP AND YOUR VOTE, AND IF ELECTED I WILL SHOW MY APPRECIATION BY DOING THE BEST I CAN IN THIS OFFICE. j_;-, B ' V 1 THANK YOU ' PAID FOUXICAIrADVEBTISEMKNT -

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