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Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, November 9, 1964
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PAGE 6 THETIPfON DAILY ffcf&UNE Monday, Nov. 9^ 1964 Christmas Giffs (Continued from Dage 1)',' tributipns as. early, as possible. Ward said, "It's-important that we cross thejfiiiish'lirie in time so that dl^ti&&¥mS?%& : remembered this holiday season." Banta added that he would be available at the Chamber's office to answer any questions 1 about the project. Colts, Browns (Continuejd from page 4) The Rams!played a ball control game *and ground out. ,261 yards rushing in a victory that moved them into a second-place tie with the Lions. Big plays in two of the Rams' scoring drives • were 48 and 31-yard passes from Bill Munson to Bucky Pope. Ollie Matson scored the Eagles'touchdown on a 24-yard pass from King Hill. Taylor Stars Jim Taylor scored on runs of one and 84 yards and gained 145 yards oh 19 carries and Paul Hornung-kicfced field goals of 40, 19 and 34 yards for the Packers, who held the Lions to 50 yards rushing. The- Lions didn't score their touchdown until the fourth period when Milt Plum passed '23" yards' to Gail Cogdill. Bart Starr completed 14 of 20 passes for 217 yards for the Packers. . Frank Tarkenton threw three touchdown passes to lead the Vikings to a 24-0. halftime lead and hand the Forty-Niners their seventh loss in nine games. Tarkenton had 17 completions in 25 tries for 234 yards while John Brodie connected on only eight of 26 for 102 yards for San Francisco. Don Meredith threw touchdown' passes of 14 and eight yards to Frank Clarke and one of 48 yards to Tommy McDonald to pace the Cowboys to their victory over the Giants Veterans Y.A. Tittle and Frank Gifford teamed up for scoring pass plays Of 40 and six yards for the Giants, whose 1964 record dropped to 2-6-1. -REAL ESTATE ' George C. Harper to Olive Jane Foster. Part of Lot 1, JSharpsyille - Smith's Addition. - : 'Ginger' 'Pumphrey Bliss . et ~ J vffi*W ! Ebn J- Vawter et ux'.' Part, of S\V corner Jefferson Township.- Fay Shockney, et ux., to Wil- .sorr Wheattey, -et' ux. Lot 2 Kempton ; Original/Plat. • Wilson ; Whea'tley, trustee, re- convey to Fay Shockney, etux., Lot 2 Kempton Original Plat. Ethel M. Ferguson to Law rence A. Pickett et ux.',/Parts of NE Vi Section 36, Cicero Township,, 69.21 acres. GLENDALE, Calif. (UPI) — Funeral services' were to be held today for Edwin (Buddy) Cole, 49, who was piano accompanist for singers Bing Crosby, Rosemary Clooney, Phil Harris, Nat (King) Cole and others. Cole died last Thursday of a heart attack at his north Hollywood home. "PIRATE" FISHERMEN BEER, England (UPD—Fish­ ermen in this area of South Devon are complaing about suces- sors of Jean Lafitte. They say that Fren<9i and Belgian "pirate" trawlers are depleting their fishing channel grounds; putting the industry "on its last legs." MOOSE No. 1590 STAG Turkey and the trim- min's with suds Serving from 6 'till 7:30 p.m. p.m. Tuesday night, Nov. 10 MARRIAGE LICENSES Fay Sriockley,, 70, Kempton, retired, 'and Ruth Planalp, 73, hospital worker. : ' Dwayne E. Reese, Jr., 21; 503 Ash Street," factory worker'an^ Armilda. Ruth Hartwick,.-. 18, R. R. L Tipton, student.'- '-' , Hospital Notes! In the matter of the Estate .'of Jessie Elma- P^arrish, Estelle Davis, adminislralfixk Schedule and affidavit formtarjtance tax purposes-filed,v tca^ffrxed to Tipton {County As^ess 'drija^ inheritance r .Tax Appraiser 'for report;'-. ' ' - : 'f^f.-kA \ Allen jNichols,. et al.y.ySfJKob;- ert Srqeej et al. Trial'da|^jn> ; l tinued from> December 3. ' • Quirks In The Hews (Reg. U. S. Pat. Off.) 'By United Press International GETS WALLET BACK DALLAS (UPI) — W. B. Thompson, an assembly -1 i ne worker "at the Ford plant here, lost his wallet at work'three months ago. He got it back in rather circuitous fashion. Mrs. H. G. Masters,- one of Thompson's neighbors, recently bought a Ford and was surprised-to find the wallet in it. By LYLE WILSON DRIVES WRONG AUTO SAN JOSE, Calif. (UPI) — Roger Marsette was amazed when police called him at 4' , A ^A T UT a.m. Friday to ask that he^nder of ADA Joseh L. 1 Rauh Jr. of Washington, 1 D.C., . United Press International President Johnson and Vice President-elect Hubert H;~ Humphrey ate on'their own HOW in command of a vast mixed-uniform array, ranging from Henry Ford IPs high fashion tailoring to Waltej-.P.- Reuther's' simple working'tclothes. Marching Jh the Johrisdn- Humphrey army are most voting. Negroes, most racial and other splinter groups and members of labor unions of all kinds except perhaps Jimmy .Hoffa's teamsters. Also in the." line of march are tens of thousands of Republicans, including'. some GOP fat cats. „.' , ' The Johnson-Humphrey' problem will be. how t° keep' the varying, elements of their army in step with each .other. Another JohnsontHumphrey problem will be keeping themselves-in step with each other. j-, The political love-affait,,be­ tween Texas' favorite .son .'.and the sweetheart, of . Ameic)<cans for Democratic Action (ADA,) is a very recent thing. LBJ< dangled Humphrey 'on the hook .of hope for weeks before the Democratic National Convention. When Johnson finally 'picked him for vee, he explained: • Picked "Best Man" "I picked Humphrey because in my judgment, and after checking with leaders all over the ' country, I was convinced that, he would be the best man to be, president if anything happened to me." That statement was an all- out endorsement of the platform of. ADA of which Humphrey has been a prncipal architect. There probably are many thousands of persons who who hoe and believe that dee in his heart the President is no ADA-er but, on the contrary, more of a conservative man. When LJB sought the Democratic residential nomination in 1960, Humhrey's fellow WE RLE CHANGES JOBS CASA GRANDE, Ariz. (UPI) —Bill Werle, 42, who managed the Fresno Giants of the California, League last season, will manage Tacoma of the Pacific Coast League next year. CONFERS ON BOWL BIO SPRINGFIELD, Ohio (UPI)— Coach Bill Edwards of the undefeated Wittenberg Tiger plans to speak to his team today about the • prospects of excepting a possible post-season NCAA tournament invitation! The Tigers are the nation's No. Z small coolege football team BUCBHOLTZ DEFEATED CAIRO (UPI) — Australia's Rod Laver defeated Earl Buchholtz of St. Louis 6-2, 6-2 in the semi-finals of the Egyptian pror fessional - tennis tournament Sunday. MCKINLEY WINS BUENOS AIRES (UPI)— Chuck McKinley of San Antonio, Texas, won the 17th South American tennis .championship Sunday when Manuel Santana of Spain was forced to retire while leading in the fifth set of the final singles match because of a heel injury. come downtown to pick-up his automobile. He thought Tie had parked it in his garage. It turned out Marsette inad­ vertantly had driven home earlier in the automobile, of another man. Not only was the car the same make, model, and color as Marsette's but his key fit the ignition. EAD DOE 'DEPARTS TAYLORSVILLE,., Calif. (UPI) — Two game wardens tried to arrest four men on charges of hunting deer by searchlight, but the evidence got. away. A supposedly dead doe in the back of the hunters' station wagon leaped to its feet, bounded onto the front seat, leaped out the door and - disappeared info the darkness. DENTAL INSURANCE SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)—An official of the American Dental Association has reported that about 1.5'million citizen?/of the United States are covered by prepaid dental insurance. Dr. Carl Sebelius also told a conference on - Dental Health Friday that about 15" • million Americans will be covered by 1970. Advertise In The Tribune DIANA Ends Tonight SHOWS AT 7 AND 9 P.M. SANDRA DEE ROBERT GOULET ANDY WILLIAMS TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY MAKE ROOM AT THE TOP FOR "NOTHING BUTTHEBEST^ i^The love scene in a canopied (bed in a .deserted castle is the 'funniest since^ Albert Finney and Joyce Redman munched and leered their way through dinner •inTom Jones'!" LIFE STABBING ALAN BATES DJ COLOR OPENS THURSDAY .-. DEAN MARTIN AMD JERRY LEWIS IN * f *You'i-e Neyer t Tpo Young" and "The Caddy" denounced Johnson in this shar language: "He is a conservative, anti- civil-rights, gas-and oil-senator. He has suorted all of the major anti-labor legislation enacted during the ast two decades —and bragged a DOut lt ~" After Johnson's nomination for vice for ADA, said: . "The' nomination r may ...rove, to ,be a disast.eri n-November,' but more imortant in my-oin- ion, is- that, it throws dddbt on- the sincerity of the .entire arty.;in adoting that wonderful latform.'-' : r '."•' Times- Have Changed ; Times hjj,ve changed. LBJ is now in his own right a sweetheart of ADA. but there are blicy areas in which, inevitably, the President and the vice resident-elect must disagree. One of these is "in the area of government sending. Johnson moved quickly last December-January to establish a reutation for economy at the by the l^te President John F. Kennedy. Johnson still is committed, to keeing sending under $100 Billion a year, a generous figure. But $100 billion is eanuts comared to the massive sending to which ADA and its leaders, Humhrey among them, are committed. Government sending on a massive-scale is the cure-all most often , roosed by ADA. Humhrey and his boss are likely to-, he more,often out ance there, or get one, either, part in adopting that onder- ful platform." FISHMAN APOLOGIZES COLLEGE PARK, Md. (UPI) —Maryland linebacker Bill Fishman, who thumbed his nose at the Midshipmen during Sat urday's Navy-Maryland game, officially apologized for his conduct . Sunday. Fishman said movies of the contest proved he didn't grab the face mask of Navy ' back Skip Orr for which Maryland drew a 15-yard penalty and Fishman a round of hods from Midshipmen in the stands. It was a teammate, Fishman said, as he apologized for the gesture. . CAR RETURNED : State Police" and Sheriff's Department officials released today a recovered stolen 'car to ; C. R. Patterson, of Indianapolis. The vehicle, a 1952 Plyinouth, Was noticed missing. Wedniesday afternoon. State police recovered the car one-half mile north, pf the intersection of State Road 28 and U.S. 31 late ; Wednesday afternoon. Nothing was reported missing, among the...>toqls and clothes in the vehicle,..--.. v ».', . WATER BILL PAID.. ..„-> DALLAS <UPI) —'The Dallas City Hall received, a money ordei; for 57 centsFriday .from MonHe city. Mo., .to pay'off a wat?r bill. The bill was dated January, 1920,' when "the' sender apparently .Dallas address. There- was jxo explanation for the-delay..- : .. Kt* epsaki .' i. guaranteed PERFECT center 1 . diamond,- or n- placement assured. Lifetime traderin privilege .Foster's Jewelry i . Tipton, Ind. ' UP IN THE AIR CEDAR FALLS, Iowa (UPI) —The Cedar Falls Fire Department tried to put out a "fire 'in a glider Sunday while the craft was still in the air but failed. A glider operated by Roger Clay, Waterloo, Iowa, went out of'-control during a landing attempt and became entangled in some high voltage power lines, where it -caught fire. Clay slid down a wing to safety while firemen fought the blaze. But the craft was' destroyed. CAR IN TRAP SANDWICH, England (UPI)— An unidentified driver landed in a bunker near the 11th hole on a golf course in this isle and couldn't get out for hours. "The embarrassed motorist drove onto the golf course with his car in the dark by mistake. It.fell into a.15 foot deep sand- trap. RAG EXCHANGE NOTTINGHAM, England (UPI) —Mothers are complaining, about ragmen who have been collecting their wares from young people in exchange for pinup pictures. IMPATIENT CALLER TOKYO (UPI) — Tomiki Kudo, 18, told police today she was - struck on the head'' and robbed of a sack of groceries Sunday night while talking oh a outdoor public telephone. Her assailant told police he struck the girl when he became impatient for her to finish the telephone conversation. JUSTICE OF PEACE COURT Marshall Lambert, 19, of Kokomo, was released on bond, set at $250, and scheduled to appear ttxffore' the Justine November 18.. Richard R. Severson, 29, of Indianapolis, was fined $22.75 for speeding. TWO FINED Glenn E. Clevenger, 38, of Kokomo, and Kenneth J. Altherr, 19, of R. R. 4, Tipton, were each fined $22.75 in City Court yesterday on charges of speeding. : LIVESTOCK INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)—Livestock: .Hogs 8,500; 25 lower; 1-2, 190225 lb 15 .50-15.75; 1 -3, 190-230 lb 14.75-15.25; 230-260 lb 14.25-14.75, few 15.00; sows weak to 25 lower; 1 -3, 300-400 lb 12.2W3.50; 280-340 lb 13 .50 -13.65; 24, 400400 lb 11.75 -12 .50. ..Cattle .3,200;- -calves .00; steady to 50 lower; high good to . choice... steers .23.25-24.Z5; choice 24.75; high choice and prime 25.00 early; good 2t.OO. 23.00; high choice and a few prime heifers 23.75; -.choice 21 .50-22.50, few 23.00; high good and low choice 20.50 -21 .50; good 18.00-20.50; cows strong; utility bulls steady; utility and commercial 14 .00 - 16 .50; vealers steady; good and choice 23.00. 27.00, few high choice and prime 28.00. Sheep 800,; steady; choice and prime .wooled . lambs 20.0021 .00; good and choice 18 .0020.00. Windfall (Continued from page 4) Sidelines . '7'"' ' (Continued .from page 4) Barr likes to see on bis players Gary Meyers, also 6'2", has one of the best shots on the team Twit his defense last year »vas on the weak side. Barr finally pinned down the trouble to footwork and reported he was well pleased with-' the improvement shown by Myers since he started working on that phase of his game. "Two former Jeff Township boys have also survived all cuts so far. They are Jerry Carter, last year's highest scoring .Yankee, and Larry Smith. Carter is the more advanced of the two, at present, but ..both are hustling every second they're in there, playing defense as well as offense. Their only;Handicapiis sjze, Garter, standing' only'';5'7^, jb'ut hustl^ makes up for ^'•lpt bf Mother > shortcoming^' and" Ibbth" boys are showing !that,'"tr..'-.>i"r; Barr said he haUifrto .ijtaktf any cuts from thiadPPint .on ^Mt ;after all, he. has only 12 .i3Kj? -KILLS W4FE, SELF- GARY, fnd. "(UPI) —rcfiarles Roberts, 56, Gary, killed his estranged wife, Elsie, 42, with it shotgun Saturday afternoon and then committed'suicide with, .thq same weapon; A. -coroner's report. said the Rohertses were riding in a car along a Gary area road when Roberts stopped suddenly. and the two..fought over possession of the gun. <. — • 'Three men who witnessed the shootings said. Mrs... Roberts tried to escape by running around the :car but Roberts took aim andsfired a charge into her back. Then he reloaded the gun walked to the other side of the car and shot himself in the head. ; -Both were dead when author- Ifies arrived.";.. . "The couple'Was separated several months ago and Mrs. Roberts -filed a,-. divorce suit last •weeK A suicide note was found "ife'JRoberts| possession instructed that a.set of work tools Mumaugh 0 5 5 Stout 3 3 9 Phillips ' 0 0 ~0 TOTALS 15 17. ..47. WINDFALL Hoback 3 3 9 Pierce 6 1 13 Clouser 0 1 1 Plummer 9 2 20 Stout 2 4 8 MeCool 0 0. • 0 Potter 0 0 0 Upchurch 0 0 0 TOTALS 20 11 51 Sharpsville-Prairie 6-21- 9-47 Windfall 15- 9-16-11-51 Sharpsville-Prairie 6-21-11- 9-47 CIRCLE III Circle III of Christian Women's Fellowship of West Street Christian . church w i 11 meet on Wednesday -at the home of Mrs. Wanda Turner, 126 West North street. ROSARY CHAPTER Esther night wiil be observed by Rosary chapter No. 66 Order of the Eastern Star at the Masonic Temple on Tuesday evening at 7:30 p. m. All members, especially all past Esthers are urged to be present. • Loyal Order of Moose Meeting Tuesday 8:00 E.S.T. RALPH GRAHAM Gov. CHAS. O'TOOLE, Sec. Kiwanis Club jHull's Country Kitchen Tuesday, 6:15 p.m. Richard Smith, President Joe Watson, Secretary Stated meeting of Rosary chapter No- 66 Order of the Eas* em Star at 7:30 Tuesday, Masonic Temple. Carolyn Hogwood, W. M. - Mable Kennedy; Secretary ELK'S Thanksgiving Stag This Wed. Nov. 11 Turkey and Oyster Dressing with all the trimmings 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. All members invited to attend. " u We are justly proud of our ambulance service. Courteous attendants are trained in the use of all equipment... .... . The ambulances are always hospital- clean and in fine driving condition; thus they.are on their way seconds after your call. and can certify only 12 'foPtftyylSe'* given to afriend anla col .Sectional, so the sooner he cuts hb that limit, the more time he'll have to work individually, with the 12 who will make or break it this year for Tipton. Fine Program : (Continued from oage IV--' •A complete.list of all other winners and cited individuals will be published in the Tuesday Tribune. ' • . TO STRIKE TODAY 1 - ! LA PORTE, Ind. (UPI)^\bout 970 United Auto Workers Union, members at the Allis-' Chalmers Manufacturing Co. plant here are expected to walk iff their jobs today in a contract dispute. "-" r The UAW called the strike^, against the company early day when a one-week extension of the old contract expired. Pat Greathouse, UAW vice president in charge of negotiations, indicated there would be no -production today ' at Allis-Chalmers olahts in LaPorte, LaCrosse, Wis., Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and j Springfield, 111. About 11,000 men are affected. lection of stocks and bonds to a 5-year-old grandson. DIES AT KOKOMO .KOKOMO, Ind. (UPI) - Gebrge^'F. (Dixie) Heighway, aibput 65, died of a heart attack here'Sunday while on his way back, to Bloomington with his wife from the dedication of the Indiana University-Purdue University regional campus in Fort .Wayne. r Heighway was secretary of £he IU Foundation and was president of the' IU Alumni As- socation from 1925 to 1948. KILLED 1M FALL MARTINSVILLE, Ind. (UPI) —John Kermit. Deever, 23, son of an Indianapolis physician, was killed" near .here Saturday when he fell from a bluff above tie Whitft^River, The sonoPtjc. John Deever of Indianapolis,' physician for Indiana Central College, was killed while putting a canoe on top of a car at ; the top of the bluff. CHICAGO (UPI) —Graham McCorkle, 77, retired board chairman of the Illinois Bell Telephone Co. and a veteran of 50 years in the telephone industry, died at his suburban Evanston home Sunday after a long illness. CHICAGO (UPI) — Requiem Mass will be offered today for John R. Staley, 63, vice president of the Quaker Oats Co. who died of a heart attack Saturday. Burial will be at Uvalda, Ga. u. s. SAVINGS BUY Opening Soon In Tipton Piano Bar and COCKTAIL LOUNGE MUSIC NIGHTLY AMBULANCE SERVICE..... ^iryHme Day or Night Our Two Ambulances :. Are;Fully Equipped With Oxygen 'IJoun.ff - ^Ifjiclioid HOME FUNERAL 216 W. Jefferson, i OS 5-4780 Leatherman-Morris Dependable Ambulance Servic in'trferVtrtU OSIttr S-241S Tipton the biggest load ol wash you ever saw washes wonderfully clean in Only Norge 15 gives, vbu true l^to-.vcapacity and so much more. • Like eight push-button' settings ^hat set up the right combination of three wash cycles and five wash and rinse water temperatures to do the best washing job for &ny kind of fabriq. • Only the Norge 15 is any size washer you want jt tp.b'e .ii Gives you Flexi-Load water control so you can wash a 15-lb, hariiperful. or. a 2 -lb. handful with only the water and detergent you'-fieed 'Without extra basket attachments. B. Norge has been making big^capa'jjjj^ Washers longer than anybddy. Is it any wonder that Norge washes a ftin ! i'5-lbs. wash load and that we can offer a low cost 2 -year service policy Qr^-all parts and labor? It's about time you- started doing fewer loads because the Norge 15 does bigger loads.- •''... 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