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'HAROLD J. BURT ARCHIVES AS3I INDIANA STATS ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS MATTER OCTOBER 4, 1895 AT POST OFFICE AT TIPTON, INDIANA VOLUME 69, NUMBER 13 TIPTON (IND.) DAILY TRIBUNE, MONDAY, OCTOBER 1964 7 CENTS PER COPY — 35 CENTS PER WEEK Tipton High School Lists Honor Rolls Hoosier Candidates Today By United Press International Hartke: Shaking hands at factory gates in Valparaiso, neighborhood rallies in Valparaiso, Indianapolis this morning. Remainder of day in Indianapolis. Ristine: South . Bend this morning, Johnson . County caravan at Franklin this afternoon and tonight. • Bontrager: Shaking hands at factory gates in Indianapolis this morning, Johnson County caravan this afternoon and evening, live television show tonight. By United Press International Three of Indiana's four top state ticket nominees • went handshaking at factory gales tills morning at the start of the next to last rigorous week of the Nov. 3 election campaign. Sen. Vance Hartke was at Valparaiso and other Porter County points, his Republican rival State Sen. D. Russell Bon trager and Democratic gubernatorial nominee Roger D. Branigin at Indianapolis. . Branigin also made a tour of the Statehouse and State Office Building to greet" office workers. Meanwhile, Lt:' Gov. Richard 0. Ristine, the GOP nominee for governor, spent the morning in South Bend. He and Bontrager were scheduled to tour Johnson County with a motor caravan this afternoon. Hartke will wind up the day on the Notre Dame campus for a dinner with students and a television program tonight. All the'candidates had a busy weekend. Branigin was at Lebanon, Ristine at Rockport, Brazil, Wabash, Corydon and English, Bontrager at Hammond and Bluffton, and Hartke at Fowler, Rensselaer, Plymouth and West Lafayette. • ! Quotes from some of their weekend speeches: Hartke at West Lafayette— "Whatever tyranny exists, it is a threat to free men and should be a concern of free men." Ristine at Wabash—"Indiana can't afford to waste a/iy time in preparing flood control reservoirs for recreational purposes." Bontrager at Bluffton — "I have noticed, a growing awareness and a growing alarm (Continued on page 8) Frankfort Man Dies Saturday John W. McClellan, 70, Frankfort route 3, died at 4:30 p.m. Saturday at University Hospital, Ann Arbor, Michigan, of a heart attack. He was Born Feb. 7, 1894 in McVeytown, Penna.,, son of C. C. and Effie (Myers) McClellan. He was -married Dec. 23, 1918 to Ida E. Willis who survives. He was a member of the First Methodist Church of IFrankfort and of the Elks, and a retired member of the Association of Norfolk Naval Yardmen, in Norfolk, Virginia. Since retiring there in 1956 he had moved to Frankfort and for the last five years was with the Spauldihg Products Company as a draftsman. Services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday from the Hartman •Funeral Home in Frankfort with Rev. Richard Craig officiating and burial will he in Greenlawn Cemetery, Frankfort. Survivors in addition to the wife are a daughter, Mrs. Eleanor Cox of Lafayette, a grandson, John Cox; a brother, W. Harry McClelland of Norfolk and a sister, Mrs. Sarah Dau bert, Alexandria, Pennsylvania. Tipton High School today announced its • high honor and honor rolls for the first quarter of the current school year. Freshmen named to the academic honor roll include Connie Achenbach, Dean Benge, Kathy Boyd, Linda Boyd, Debra Burket, Jeanne Cochran, Mary- uuiuu^ i <»uco 'f^ct^^iConipton, Sharon Crull, Steve Chesterton and-Beverly Shores Deer ing, Ann Durr, Adele Jeff- this morning Tour of Burns ffi • d Ditcli port site this afternoon, j ^ ^ Notre Dame campus, speech and 7 , telethon tonight. ot } el . freshmen fasted on the ... . academic honor roll are Mike •Branigin: Appearances i n ^ ^ , McFirIand Greg Statehouse and State Office McC J u ; Greg Miller / cherv 1 Bu.ld.ng and at factory gates in Mitdmer> Ruth Ni g htenhels er, •Patricia riper, Mike Renie, Brenda Sloan, James Tudor and Kathy Watson. Madonna Enneking, Deanna Raquet, Jerry Shirley and Christina Teter are the freshmen named to the business education honor roll. Mike Forkner is the sole freshman listed on the industrial arts honor roll. Three sophomores gained the academic high honor roll. They are Terry 'Mcintosh, Bob Shortle and Dan Stout. Eighteen -other sophomores are listed on the academic honor roll. They are Martina Balser, Craig Barker, Donna Burris, Dan Cochran, Stephen Daugherty, • Susan Fletcher, George Foster, Dana Henderson and Keith Kennedy. Others are Gail Leininger, Jody Meeks, Sandra Morrisett, Doug Murray, Oren Rector, Beth,Rockwell, Suzanne Smith, Fritz' Siirber and 'Marlene Vandeventer. ? ' Four .sophomores, w e re named to the business education honor roll. .'They are Linda McAfee, Juanita Odle, Cheryle Off and Mike'~Smith. Only one sophomore, George Farmer, was listed on the,industrial arts honor roll. ' Two juniors gained the academic high honor roll. They are John Legg and Janet Ramsay. Thirteen others gained the academic honor roll. They include Sharon Bronson, Don Feightner, Janet : Galloway, Maria Henderson, Crede Hinshaw and Cathy Hoover. Others are Sharon Leininger, Marilyn Mitchell, Carole 'Phillipe, Nancy Rubush, Carl Schulenburg, Margaret Ellen Stout and Jennifer Wiggins. Brenda Anderson is - the only junior listed on the business education honor roll. Four seniors were named to the academic high honor roll. They are Dick Heron, Carol Hoke, Judy Lawson and Nila Schulenburg. Another 26 are listed on the academic honor roll.. They are Forest Addington, Lou Ann Allen, Bill Campbell, Julie Campbell, Jerry • Carter, Roberta Cochran, Bob Crull, Don Curnutt, Julie Foster, Jean Goad, Carol Green and Joe James. Other seniors named to the (Continued on page 8) WEATHER Partly cloudy, windy and cooler today. Partly cloudy and cooler tonight. Fair and. continued quit*', cool Tuesday. High today - mid, 50s. Low tonight mid ,30$., High Tuesday upper SBs. Doctors Outlook Grave'; Bleeding Stopped BULLETIN • NEW YORK' (UPI) — Former President Herbert Clark Hoover clung tenaciously to life today but his doctors' said the outlook was "grave. 1 " The 90-year-old 31st President of the'United States slipped nearer to death and entered a state of "unresponsiveness," his physiciansTsaid. . A 10:30 a.m., EDT medical bulletin said Hoover had a comfortable night and his blood pressure, pulse and heart rate were stable. It said the gastro-intestinnl bleeding had stopped but that the loss of blood from the massive hemorrhage he suffered last Saturday had resulted in toxic products in Hoover's bloodstream. RHONDA CRABTRE Freshman SUSIE BATH Sophomore KATIE JACKSON Junior Three Weekend Mishaps Cause $275 in Damage Three traffic accidents in Tipton County this weekend caused an estimated $275 in property damage. The first mishap -occurred at about 11 a.m. Saturday at the intersection of East and North streets in Tipton. A truck driven by Walter C. Fuller, 70, of route 2 Tipton, had stopped at •the,] intersection and then .backed up into a station ' wagon r driven by Willie. D. Brannum, 34, of 205 Cleveland street. No damage to the truck was reported.' Tfhe impact caused about $75 in damage to the fen der, hood and grille of the Brannum auto. The other mishaps both occurred Sunday, the first at about 3 a.m. in Windfall. Two cars, one driven by James A. Ingle, 42, of Route 5, Kokomo, and one driven by James Bradley Ramsey, 31, of Route 1, Windfall, collided at the intersection of Posey and Canal streets. Ingle had been southbound on Canal, Ramsey westbound on Posey. The impact caused about $50 in damage to the left rear fender of Ramsey's car. The second accident was reported at about 5 p.m., five miles north and a half-mile west of Kempton. The mishap occurred when Harry iFranklin Luthy, 75, of Route 1, Kempton, backed his auto from his driveway and was struck 'by another car, driven by Dewey T. Driver, 60, route 1, Kempton. Damage to the right rear of Lu'thy's auto is estimated at about .$50. The impact also caused $100 damage to the left front end of the Driver car. Rotary Home Show To Open Thursday "STRETCH-PANTS VIGILANTES"-A group, ot housewives calling thtmstlvea the "Stretch-Pan ^a Vigilantes" picket in Lev Mlra&t Calif, against the, Teamster* strike against food stores in that area, and also help a grocer unload a delivery taicfc. Some ao showed up after store manager John Rouwlgirtj'SO; complained- that he lost 10 pounds In weight unloading'! trucks to keep his shelves stocked when drivers refused to cross a Teamster picket {hue. Beautiful girls, high quality prizes and excellent entertainment will feature Tipton County's ninth annual Rotary Club Home Show which opens a three- night stand Thursday at the 4-H Building. Hours nightly will be 6:30 until 10 p.m. Admission to the exhibits and entertainment is free but the public is urged to buy "votes" which they may cast during the Home Show for one of the five queen candidates, the winner to be crowned Saturday night by last year's queen, Miss Becky Morris. Votes may be purchased from any Rotarian or at the door each night of the Home Show, j at thirty-five cents each or three for one dollar, with each ticket or vote to 'be filled out and deposited at the show; Children In Act Feature of Thursday night's show on the entertainment program is Bill Jackson,. WLW-I, Channel 13, who will do his famous "Whozit"' T-V Show for he 4-H Building stage and all adults are encouraged to bring their children to this program as Jackson will do a number of skits using youngsters in the audience that night. " Uncle WallyNNehring of radio station WIRE will be the Fri- iay night entertainer and crowning of the final night's program will be naming of the Queen. iPive girls have been selected as candidates for the queen with three of these pictured above and two more to be shown on the front page of Tuesday's Tipton Daily Tribune. Each night of the show there will also be door prizes of great value awarded, in addition to 30 other listed prizes and numerous other prizes donated by local merchants. Prizes Listed Grand prizes include a 30" gas range, a two-piece living room suite featuring "Naugha- hyde" cover in any color choice, arid one each, boys and girls bicycles. The first three candidates selected for queen voting, all pictured above, ate Tipton High School freshman Rhonda Crabtree, sophomore Susie Bath and 'junior Katie Jackson. Miss Crabtree is the 14-year- old daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. Cecil Crabtree, Tipton route 1. Her father is a Chrysler employee in Kokomo and her mother operates a local beauty shop. The freshman is a band majorette and is a member of Pep club, GAA, the yell block and a five-year member of the 4-H club. She hopes to attend Ball State in preparation for a teaching career and attends the Kempton Methodist Church. She transferred to Tipton High School this year from Kempton. Susie (Bath is also 14, daughter of Robert L. and Joan Bath of 461 .Poplar street. He is a Delco Remy. employee in Anderson while 'Mrs. Bath is a bookkeeper -accountant in Tipton Hospital. Susie is also a five-year 4 -H member with two years each in the Pep Club, GAA *and yell- Mock. She is- interested in English (creative writing) and intends to go to Sail State. She is a member of St. John the Baptist Church. , i Third member of the voting •candidates is Katie Jackson, a 16-year-old -junior, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Jackson. The father works for Standard Oil in Brookston while her mother is with Deled Radio in Ko komo. She has three' years in the" Pep Club, GAA and Future Teachers. A member of Kempton Christian Church, she transferred to T. H. S. this year from Jefferson Township High School and intends upon graduation to attend Purdue University.' Students Named To Honor Roll AtS-PHigh The Honor Roll for Sharpsville-Prairie High School during the first six-week marking period has been announced by Princ i p a 1 Andrew Fernung. To achieve f uch Tating iVidents .niust carry four "solids"., have a rating of "A" in at least two subjects and not less than "B" in the remaining classes. Seniors . on the roll include Wendell Deason with all "A", Russell Banter, Joan Cole', James Coyle, Ronald Cox, Linda Dawson, Bob Hanesworth, Sandy. Harlow, Ricki Lineback, Nancy Murphy, Jerry Ogle, Joyce Rees, Margie Roode,," Jon Smith and John Waddell. Juniors include Betty Edmonds and Bonnie Gossett with all "A", Peggy Edwards, Dick Kingery, Ricki Lorts, Vicki Lynch, iBill Salsbery and Linda Wyrick. Sophomores are Cynthia Salsberry and Mike Wooldridge with all "A", Janet Clark, Susan Eckles and Sylvia Sebert. (Freshmen on the Honor Roll are Joe Renie with all "A", Debbie Broyles, iBetty Butler, Kathy Huggler, Jeannie McElfresh. Linda Meyers, Fred Rip- b.erger and Gary Stroup. Mrs. Pickard Funeral Tuesday Funeral services will be held at Kempton Tuesday, for Mrs. Nancy Elizabeth Pickard, 91,, of Route 2. Kirklin, who died Saturday .evening. Born November 7, 1872 at Falmouth, Ky., Mrs. Piekard was the daughter of Joseph H. and Lucinda (Bush) Colcord. She was married on December 3, 1896 to Jerry M. Pockard, who preceded her in death on January 20^ 1947. Mrs. Pickard was a member of the . Scircleville Baptist Church. She is survived by a son,. Roscoe Pickard, of Michigan, and by two daughters. Mrs. Roxie Ederman, of Niles, Mich., and tMrs. Clarence Tomlirason, of Route 2,„ Kirklin, Other survivors include a sister, Mrs: Chloe Harris, of Kempton; a brother, Ora Colcord, of . Michigan; 7 grandchildren; 15 great- grandchildren, and.). It great-great­ grandchildren. 'J Rites will be conducted at 1:30 p.m. from the McMullan and Rude Funeral Home, with the Rev. Jerry Nash officiating. •Friends may call at the funeral home after noon today. Rites Tuesday For Man Found Dead Near Here Funeral services will be held Tuesday for an Anderson man who died of carbon monoxide poisoning while sitting in his parked car near Tipton Saturday morning. Robert Eugene Leever, 26,, was found dead in his auto two miles north of Tipton on S. R. 19. The death was verified by Tipton County Sheriff Verl Grim me at about 9:30 a.m. after he had been called to check on the parked car.' County Coroner Phil Nichols placed the time of death at "3 to 4 a.m. Authorities said the death appeared to be accidental. Rites will be conducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Copher and Felser funeral home, Elwood. Burial will be at Elwood City Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. liorn June 2, 1938, in Elwood, Mr. Leever was the son of Qr- ville and Frieda Leaver.'He was married on December 1, 19G3 to Jean Springer, from whom he later was divorced. He was an . employee of Evans and . Son Carpet Company. Survivors include Mr. Leever's parents, .who live in Anderson; a daughter, Jennifer, and a sister, Mary Hudson, of Elwood. HIGH AND LOW NEW YORK (UPI)—The lowest temperature reported this morning to the U.S. Weather Sister Ursula Dies Suddenly At Motherhouse Sister M. Ursula (Julia Walsh) 81, died suddenly at the Mother- house of the Sisters of St. Joseph, Tipton, Indiana late Sunday evening. During her long life, Sister Ursula has served her community in many capacities. Among her wide circle of friends, she numbers a host of former pupils and. patients. Many citizens of Elwood and Marion, Indiana remember her "as their elementary school teacher, while many others in Elwood, Kokomo, Bend, Oregon recall her services as a nurse when they were patients at the Good Samaritan or Villa Maria, Kokomo, Mercy Hospital, Elwood or St. Charles Hospital in Bend, Oregon. . Daughter of John and Mary Walsh, Sister Ursula was born March 23, 1883 near.Fort Wayne, Indiana and entered the Convent of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Tipton in 1900. She has been at the Motherhouse since failing health necessitated her retirement from active duty several years ago. Sister is survived by two brothers, Steve Walsh of Peru, Indi ana and Patrick Walsh of Koko mo, an aunt, Mrs. Anna Vanderbosch of Avilla, Indiana and a number of nieces and naphews among whom are r Reverend Thomas Walsh of the Maryknoll Fathers, Sister M. Madonna of Tiptcn, and Sister M. Dorothy of the Maryknoll Sisters. Sisfpr M. Evengelista and Sister M. Celestine, both of the Sisters of St."Joseph of Tipton are cousins Funeral services will be held at the Motherhouse Chapel, Tipton at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday.* BULLETIN CINCINNATI "(UPI) — The Bureau7. excluding Alaska and ' Cincinnati Reds said today that \Hawaii, was 14 degrees at Dou- j ailing Manager Fred Hiitchin- pglas, Wyo. The highest reported son has resigned and Coach Sunday was 100 at Thermal, Dick Sisler was named pilot of Calif. • - 'the Reds for 1965. By CHARLES J. JUSTICE NEW YORK (UPI)—Former President Herbert Hoover, 30. stricken with massive internal bleeding, lay critically ill today with frequent blood transfusions keeping pace with the hemorrhaging. Hoover, who had rallied from a series of grave illnes-- es in recent years, was report ed resting comfortably late S'.:r. day night. But his doctor sat: "the prognosis is extreme:? guarded, especially in view i> the patient's advanced age." In the most recent medic:' advisory, issued at mid-afir • noon Sunday, the physician sai fthe blood loss from Hoover upper gastro-intestinal trr, appeared to be lessening. Hoover, the 31st Preside :r of the United States and ony the second to reach the age ; 90, remained under intensi- • medical care at his suite at :"r Waldorf Towers where he \v stricken Saturday afternoon. Staging Strong Fight When his illness was mar public in a medical bullci •* Sunday morning, Hoover's doe tors said he was putting up •. "remarkable" fight for a m : of his age. It was his fourth i ' ness in two years. Late Sunday night, an aide :n the former President said hi; condition was unchanged fro::i the mid-afternoon '^bulletin released- by his chief N physifi:::!. Dr. Michael J. Lepore." A medical team of Drs. Lepore, • Howard Patterson .an.l J: Beall Rodgers maintained a bedside vigil. A nurse has been with Hoover around the' clock since last February when he was stricken with bleeding from his right, kidney and a pulmonary infection. Hoover had a malignant tumor removed from his intestines in August, 1962, and in June, 1963, he was afflicted with internal bleeding and anemia. At that time, doctors said his recovery was miraculous. Son at Bedside One of Hoover's two son, A1-' len, who lives • in Greenwich, Conn., was summonred to his bedside. The other, Herbert Jr., a former undersecretary of state, lives in California. The ex-president's wife died in 1944. Hoover, a public servant for a half-century, was elected to the presidency in 1928 but the Great Depression befell the nation the following year. Political opponents laid the blame for the economic bust at the door of the White House and Hoover, a Republican, was swept out of office after one term in 1932 by Franklin D. Roosevelt. Hoover is one of three living former presidents, Harry S Truman and Dwight D. Eisenhower are the others. Of all this nation's chief executives, only John Adams the second president, lived to be 90. HOT CAR, HOI TEAltS Mr » Kurtv Cochran. W»-yeaMW Los Angeles housewife, leans against a freeway divider* fence', and weeps as tier car burns on the Golden State. Freewey..; Soviet Military Leader Killed BELGRADE, Yugoslavia (UPI)—Marshal Sergey Biryu- zov, Russia's highest military officer, and 28 others were killed today when a Soviet llyushin 18 airliner crashed into fog-shrouded Mount Avala as if was' making a landing approach. The civil aviation department said there were no survivors among the 29 aboard.' It ordered a special - investigation Into the crash of the four-engine turbo-prop .airliner Besides Blryuzov, ! there were seven'-'other; top; Soviet army of. '(Continued on page I) : • * ••* M . ' ^' .'. '

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