The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 11, 1964 · Page 6
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*AGE6 THE TIPTON DAILY TRSBUNE Wednesday, Nov. 11 1964 Tri Chi (Continued from page 3) J)elphr finance? Albert 'McCord; chairnian, <S&ax -JYa^kius .-anil Pavid Hinds;, program, Boyd- H e ath.^', chairman, Franklin Wray, Donal Anderson, Art Bangle and Ed Ripberger; welfare chairman. (Fred Henry and thomas Hensley;. calling committee, James Delph and Charges Plake. i During, the social hour a jhower . was given for Mrs. Hensley and Mrs. Ripberger. Prizes were received by Mesdames Dolan, Anderson and Ryan. ' The next meeting will be a •Thnaksgiving dinner with the husbands at the • Lions Club Louse on November 24 at 6:30 p.m. Food will be brought for % basket to be taken to a needy family at this meeting. All. in- Sctive members and their bus- lands are invited to attend the dinner. Motion Pays I (Continued from cage 1! gether were victims' of hate, and their graves bear mute evidence of what man's basest in- gtincts can do to his noblest motives." ; ROYAL NEIGHBORS Called Meeting, Thursday, 7:30 Marry Wood-, 472 N. West St. Bring gift for sunshine box. Moose No. 1590 Supper Served From 6:00 p.m. Until 7:30 p.m. DISTRICT MEETING Starts At 8:00 P.M. Dancing from 9:30 p.m. Until 12:30 a.m. Friday Night, Nov. 13th Labor Strikes (Continued from page 1) bers allowed non-strikers to enter the plant. Allis-Chalmers •had broken off negotiations to protest what it called - illegal picketing by the union. . In other action on the labor front', ' the. UAW pulled 3,500 members out pf the White Motor Co. plant at Cleveland Tuesday in a dispute over a new contract; and a 10-week strike by the Bridge,. Structural and Ornamental Iron Workers Union against the Vincennes, Ind., steel division of the Novo Industrial Corp. ended with a new contract. INSTANT OFFICERS NEW YORK (UPI) —.Police Tuesday arrested the co-owners of a-Brooklyn metal stamping shop on charges of black marketing '' police and firemen's ] badges. \ , Police raiders confiscated 1,500 : badges selling wholesale at $10 each. They also arrested jbne' of the salesmen, a city fireman, who admitted retailing at least 35 badges at the prevailing rates of $15 for a patrolman's shield and $18 for officers rank; REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Lottie L. Young, et al.., to Lawrence, et ux. 20 acres, Cicero Twp. Doris V. Davis to Ralph Kingery, et ux. Vfe acre, Cicero Twp. COURT ACTION In Re Estate of Alexander S. Park. Report of Inheritance Tax -appraisal, filed and submitted to court. Finding and judgment determining inheritance tax as per order. In Re Estate of Anna Johannes. Report of Inheritance Tax appraisal, filed and submitted to Court. 'Finding and judgment determining inheritance tax as per order. CAT CAUSES SHORT r MOUNT VERNON, Ind. (UPI) —A cat chasing a bird through a utility substation caused a three-hour blackout Monday night when it brushed against an automatic switch. Officials of Southern Indiana Gas & Electric Co. said an explosion, which killed the cat, resulted when the animal hit the switch. The blackout affected the small communities of Solitude, Grafton, Springfield and Oliver. "Power was" rerouted through alternate channels while workmen restored normal service. SUBURBAN HOLD-UP YONKERS, N.Y. (UPI) — Completely hep to how business is transacted in the suburbs, a man robbed a drive-in bank of $1,170 Tuesday without leaving the drivers' seat of his car. The genteel • heist was accomplished without a show of- weapons by the bandit who passed a note through a teller's window asking for money in $10s and $20s. A young teller complied and the man drove off, later, abandoning the' car he had stolen earlier. .<.»,; FAINTS, OROWNS DENVER (UPI) — A : teen? age Denver girl, subject >.tp' fainting spells, drowned in eight inches of soapy water Tuesday while giving her dog a bath. Carolyn A. Warner,: 19, was discovered with her head lying in a shallow tub of water which she was- using to bathe her dog. Police said the girl apparently fainted and fell over into the tub. Tipton County Library open Monday-Wednesday- Friday till 8:00 p.m. C-tf SPECIAL! TOWN-COUNTRY PHILCO .i. SILENCES THIEF CASPER, Wyo. (UPI)—When a masked man entered the Western National Bank and der manded money, Mrs. Thelma Anderson, the bank's newest cashier, had a ready answer. "Don't bother me," she replied. "I'm just a beginner." The man went to the next window and robbed the bank of $455. GOLDSMITH Mr. .and Mrs. Raymond Teter are vacationing in Florida for two weeks at the home of Mr. and Mrs> Carl Jones. They will also visit relatives in Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Dova Bitner have returned from six weeks vacation trip. They visited the Lester Bitner family at Grand Prairie, Tex; the Dean Bitner family, at Albany, Ga.; Mrs. Bill Everman, Cherry Point, N. C; and Robert Law family, in Lima, Ohio. Normanda Christian church minister Rev. Steve Winners has put out the first addition of their by monthly church paper "The Normanda Light." C. R:. Stroup, of Marion'was in Goldsmith recently calling on old frieifds" He is a former Goldsmith resident. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery Or- bauflh and "'son, Christopher Marc are moving to the Greens country home east of Normanda; "The Orbaughs recently returned from Baumholder, Germany where he has been stationed for the pa^t two years. <§HVPS COLLIDE *"-> ROTTERDAM, The Netherlands (UPI)—An American and a German freighter were reported heavily, damaged after colliding Tuesday night in the Nieuwe Waterweg, Rotterdam's outlet to the sea. There were no injuries. The 9,316-ton Mormacglen of New York was on its way to the sea when it collided with the 11,969-ton Anna Katrin Frot- zin of Bremen. >«;pri<e $ 289 00 | ON SALE *189 00 WILDCAT BIKES Reg. $46.50 ON SALE $42.50 PHILCO &AQ QC TWIN, RECORD PLAYERS ^H7.yj SPEAKERS BROOM RACKS _ _ 99c KING'SIZE T-V TABLES $7.95 11 Pc. TEFLON SETS _ _ HEAVY DUTY ALUMINUM $29.95 S—P—E—C—I—A—L TEFLON SKILLET :. _ NOW _ . was $5.95 . $3.95 COMPLETE AUTOMATIC WATER SOFTENERS *189 95 • RENTALS • SALES • IRON FILTERS WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL McPHERSON'S ,w .*, 126 S. MAIN ST., TIPTON •• • • - - • •. — — ROCKET LAUNCH SET WALLOPS ISLAND, Va. (UPI) — The National Aeronautics and Space -Administration plans nother land and sea rocket launch today to study high altitude winds. A Nike-Apache sounding rocket was launched from the deck of a converted Navy aircraft carrier and another from a pad at Wallops Island within a I few minutes of each other Tuesday. SOLDIERS INJURED ADEN (UPI) —Two British soldiers were seriously injured Tuesday night when someone tossed a hand grenade at a bar frequented by British military personnel. . It was the third grenade incident in the bar in eight weeks. LETHAL PUNCH INDEPENDENCE, British Honduras (UPI) — Wood alcohol accidentally served at a wake here killed at least 2 persons and sent 11 to hospital, it was reported today. Bottles of wood alcohol stolen recently from a merchant here I were found empty in the room i where the punch served at the 'wake was mixed. ELK'S CANCER FUND MONTE ^CARLO NIGHT This Saturday November 14th An evening of fun patterned after the Casino of Monte Carlo The fun starts at 8:00 p.m. Guests Welcome — Don't Miss It AMBULANCE SERVICE.... anytime Day or Night Our Two Ambulances Are Fully Equipped With Oxygen y 0 foung. FUNERAL HOME 216 W. Jefferson OS 5-4780 D l A N A Now thru Sat. • • « MATINEE SAT. AT 2 P.M. TWO OF THE WILD FUN HITS; THAT MADE THEM FAMOUS! DEAN ^ MARTIN JERRY LEWIS C ki. t CONTINUED SHOW SUN. iun.-iyion.-1 ues. STARTING AT 2.P.M. Home women . can H help being what they are,.. KIM NOVAK A LAURENCE HARVEY HW SUBSET IWJGHWS THEY'RE MOVING A HARDWARE STORE—Women In OaK ParH, Dl, demonstrate the charitable way to move a hardware store as they | push - cartloads of merchandise naif a block down the street to the new location. The store advertised for 20 women to do the job, offering 25'cents per load to any charity designated. A grocery supplied the carts. Sidelines (Continued from nage 4) there to the door at the south end of the gym where the tickets will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis. 'Barr and his players will not be present for that one, many of them accompanying their coach to Clinton Central, Tipton's first-game opponent which opens that night against Westfield. The Bulldogs, according to word over Frankfort way are expected to be tough. Also of interest that night to local fans, will be the debut of Muncie Burris at Middletown and the game' Saturday night of Anderson Highland at Alexandria. Burris, with one of the biggest teams it has ever had, will play here in Tipton as the Satan's third opponent, Dec. 4, while Alex," which had a great B-team last year, will host Tipton Feb. 6. Eyes in • the northern part of the county will be centered on Caston Saturday as coach Bob Blessing seeks victory number 1 for his Sharpsville-P r a i r i e Spartans. Jackson Central doesn't open until next Tuesday, at home to Walnut Grove, while Windfall's. Dragons are idle this week after winning their first two games. ', All Star Laurels Tomorrow night the football players of the CIC will meet in Elwood honoring the co-champion Panthers and Blue Devils and the players in the seven- team loop picked by their coaches as the cream of the CIC. At the same time we'll distribute ballots to the conference sportswiters for their vote on CIC player of the year and hope to announce that winner in all conference newspapers. In some instances, the sportswriters loaded with duties on the city-side of the desk may not be present, and in those cases, their coaches will do the balloting for them. Woman's World NAME OMMITED The name of Mr. and Mrs. Beanie Bowers was unintentionally omitted in the article given to the Tribune of the Tip Toppers club as a couple that attended a square dance at Frankfort on Sunday. BOULDER, Colo. (UPI)—William E. Long, 49, secretary- treasurer of the Colorado Press Association, died Monday after an illness of several months. PASADENA, Calif. (UPI) — Funeral arrangements were pending today for George W. Downs, president of Research instrument Corp. of Pasadena and a' faculty member of the California Institute of Technology. Downs, 53, husband of concert pianist Rosalyn Tureck, died Monday from an apparent heart attack. Harvest Room ARCADIA FRI.-SAT. EVENINGS A 5:00 to 8:00 p..m. 'O REGULAR PRICES ADULTS , S1.75 CHILDREN . .75 (und«r 12) — TODDLERS FRBBI Sptcial This WMk $1.00 For Grsndptrtnts Accompanied by Grandchildren By GAY PAULEY I NEW YORK (UPI) — It's spring in • the nation's No. 1 garment center, and as the new fashion collections are shown, the joint is jumping — with knee joints. I • i Short skirts and the mannequins and buyers \ wearing the high hemlines are; the reason. There are plump knees, skinny knees, knobby knees, baggy knees, knock-knees, and some knockout knees. But no. matter what the type, all are on display, j The women apparently have given up those efforts of a season or so ago, as the skirts got shorter, to tug the hemline down after sitting.) Now, if the knees show, so be it. Only a drastic drop in hemline lengths can change the scene, and they aren't dropping. | On the contrary, they're going higher for daytime. I It's The Trend Some of the designers feature hemlines two inches above the knees in their spring collections. None who has previewed for the nation's store purchasers and the press!has dropped them a smidgin from fall's ire- dominantjy mid-kneecap length. The knee show is just one of the "trends" behind the scenes as the. ready-to-war industry un- veiis what women will be wearing in the Easter Parade. What the buyers wear reflects what the American woman currently is wearing. What the models often foretells things to come in fashion. For instance, ifj the models coifs catch on, the American woman soon willj be wearing hair short as some of the flapper cuts of the l?20's. French twists, .-curls (except for evening) are out. j The models predominantly prefer the short bob, rarely falling below the ear! tips, parted low on one side and brushed across the forehead to conceal partially the brow.| Hair Is Straight Hair is perfectly! straight. To show evening clothes, however, they'll occasionally! add a false Out too, or at least relegated to the background in numbers, are blonde models. Ah unofficial count gives the brunette a five to one edge. .Still in with the models is heavy eye- makeup, the false lashes, plus heavy shadow and eye liner. In" still, the pale lip sticks and pale-tone faces. In too, is a new way of walking for a few of the models, a few — notably one at the Marurice . Renter show —stood straight and stride as if they were free-swinging, along a country lane. Still with us also is the dead-pan model. As designer-manufacturer Oleg Cassini commented at his show—"it's chic not to smile." ADMISSJONS: Anna Michel, Arcadia; 'Robin' * •Wylie, Windfall; Bonnie Parker, Forest; Jacob Love, Sharpsville; Owen Doggett, Windfall; Donald Kutz Kokomo; Sue Ellen McCool, Kokomo; Edward Lesko, Tipton. DISMISSALS: Verlie Adams, Tipton; John Lake, Arcadia; Theodore Wire, Elwood; Marjorie EppSi Tipton; Clayton Robinson, Kokomo; Randall Bradley, Tipton; Larry Sowders, Tipton; Lottie Perkins, Swayzee; Nancy Clark, Tipton; Raymond Lowry, Kirklin; Marion Roadruck, Tipton; Bonnie Parker, Forest. BIRTHS: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Zimmerman, Goldsmith, girl, 10:47 p. m., November 10. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McCool, Kokomo, girl, 12:44 p. m. November 10. • Obituaries j CAIRO, U.A.R. (UPI)—Sudanese rioters broke windows and hurled bricks at the U.S. and United Arab Republic embassies in the capital of Khartoum today. Only heavy police guards kept the roaming mobs of rioters from breaking into the grounds of the two embassies. The demonstrators ' went. on their rampage despite a plea from Premier Sirr-el-Khatm el Khalifa asking them, to stay off the streets and remain peaceful toward foreigners. . The U.S. and U.A.R. ambassadors filed formal protests with the new government of the Sudan, which lies just to the south of the U.A.R. Buy U. S, Bonds By United Press International NEW ORLEANS (UPI)—The German born immigrant who rose to rule one of the oldest Roman Catholic archdioceses in America was to be buried today in historic St. Louis Cathedral. Archbishop Joseph Francis Rummel guided the spiritual lives of South Louisiana Catho- Iices for three decades before he died Sunday of pneumonia. He was 88. Rummel's successor, the Most Rev. John Patrick Cody will sing a Solemn Pontifical Requiem-Mass today. Rummel will be buried beneath the sanctuary of the cathedral, a spot reserved for the men who led the archdiocese. Six other archbishops are buried there. OMAHA, Neb. (UPI) — Dr. Palmer Findley, past president of the American Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists died in a hospital here Tuesday. He was 96. Turkey supper and bazaar, Sharpsville Methodist Church, Nov. 12, 5-8 p.m. C-33 DIAMOND RINGS .,. guaranteed PERFECT center diamond, or replacement assured. Life- tiria trade-in privilege towards larger Keepsake. Foster's Jewelry Tipton, Ind. THIS NOTE OF APPRECIATION TO ALL THE VOTERS WHO ELECTED ME FOR CORONER OF TIPTON COUNTY. Chester Mitchell OPEN DAILY 8 a.m. H 9 p.m. JUST CANT BEAT PORK STEAKS 439' PORK ROAST LB. 39' JOWL BACON CUBED EXTRA LEAN c PORK | ih CQ C CUTLETS "•«/># STARK'& WETZEL SMOKED .. A Qc SAUSAGE , D - H # SMOKED PICNICS r lb. 29c BACON S&W HICKORY TRAY PAK 3 lb. for Only $1 .00 MEAT MARKET $ 117. S. Wtsf Stri##jflftft,M. Top Quality U.S.* Gay 'tr Inspected EGGS GRADE A . •'. SRJALL 3 DOZ. - $i.oo

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