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PAGE 6 Monday; Nov; 16, 1964 FOREIGN NEWS COMMENTARY By PHIL NEWSOM UPI [Foreign"News'Analyst : Notes from the foreign news cables:). Tokyo Headache: Japan's growing trade with Communist China soon may force some painful decisions on Prime Minister Eisaku Sato. He is under pressure from -two sides on this question. On the one hand, market-hungry Japanese businessmen are pushing for better access to mainland China, j including a trade pact between the two governments' and easier payment plans for the Red Chinese buyers. On the other side, the Japanese • foreign office is urging Sato to'be cautious, pointing out that economically Japan's bread is buttered by the United States. Nationalist China, with whom Japan trades profitably, also is campaigning against Japanese business with Communists. Profit- on Misery: lEast JGerman Communists are expected to seek more political profit from the one-day passes they issue to West Berliners four times a year to visit relatives on the other side of the wall.. The next pass period starts Dec. 19 and the Communists already have threatened to .reconsider it if West Berlin does not forbid banks to sell East marks which visitors have been smuggling into East Berlin. Some Western observers speculate that Soviet .Premier Nikita Khrushchev forced East Germany to sign -a pass agreement in order to' improve its image in the West, and that, with Khrushchev now. gone, the East German regime may trump up excuses to break off the agreement. Too Far Left? Top French _ officials in Paris say the . Algerian army would grab power if President Ahmed Ben'Bella slides' much: farther^ to the political left: They say i relations b'etwe^jp French and Algerian army commanders 1 ' remain cordial and that the army is restive about the distance Ben Bella already has gone toward setting up a Castro-style near-Communist state in Algeria." Household Hints Cook frozen meat as soon as thawed, : especially when the meat is thawedat room temperature. Split, .and .grill frankfurters forsupper ..Serve topped, with heated : canned applesauce. Heavy Rainfall (Continued from page 1) Temperatures Stay Mild Temperatures, meanwhile, remained above normal. Highs Saturday ranged from 66 at-South Bend to 76 at Evansville, . and, . overnight. lows early. Sunday from 42 at Cincinnati to 51 at South Bend. Highs Sunday ranged from 65 Use flannel, cheese-cloth, or j at Lafayette to 77 at Evansville, wool cloths for dusting. Coarse k a nd overnight lows this morning open-mesh material, synthetic ] from 59 at South Bend to. 62 at fabrics, or -a new cloth may. be linty. • • Evansville, Highs today will range, from 58 to 72, lows tonight from the Weight .for weight the nutri-^s to 45; andI highs Tuesday live value and the cooking performance of small eggs are eual to those of large eggs of, meht of Agriculture says. , Remove excessbrine from fish by adding a glass of vinegar to the water inwhich fish is soaking. . Fasten a screen-door spring across the inside - of a kitchen cabinet door to hold paper bags firmly in placeuntil.needed . -Loyal Order of Moose Meeting Tuesday 8:00 E.S.T. RALPH GRAHAM Gov. CHAS.|0'TOOLE, Sec. Kiwanis Club Hull's Country Kitchen Tuesday, 6:15 p.m. Richard Smith, President Joe Watson. Secretary - Stated meeting of Rosary chapter No- 66 Order of the Eastern Star at 7:30 p.nr Tuesday, Masonic Temple. Carolyn Hogwood, W. M. Mable Kennedy, Secretary . <. guaranteed PERFECT center diamond, or re-; placement assured. Life- tin» trade-in privilege toward a larger Keepsake. Foster's Jewelry Tipton, Ind. ArccdiaWCTU Conducts Meeting Mrs. Bess Williams Arcadia Women's Christian Temperance Union met, in the home of Mrs. Glen Gunning recently. Mrs. Paul Teal presided and read a poem "Four Things, A Man Must Do," as an open : ing thought. Mrs. Gunning had charge -of devotions, using as her theme, "Choose the Good Path, : Ea-| ther" and she also read scrip- 1 ture. Leaflets were distributed which explain the new 1-year program of the WCTU. New members are being received now. Anyone interested, and desiring to associate themselves with the building of better lives., better homes and a better community, are asked to ; contact any of the members. The meeting closed with prayer. A social hour was enjoyed-by Miss Ruby Clark, Mesdames Paul Teal, .Clifford-Hartley, Aileen Grimes and the hostess. On the sick list .were the following members , Mesdames Elsie Boden, John Mundell, David Wilson, Glen Martin and Curtis Sumner. Keep mildew from forming on books in damp, humid weather. Place small bags of para nuggets or crystals at intervals in a bookcase. Saute fresh mushrooms by slicing caps and stems, put into double boiler topwit h plenty of butter or margariene, slat to taste and cook- over gently boiling water until done, slicing caps and stems, put into double boiler top with plenty of butter or margariene, slat to taste -and cook over gently boiling water until done. Eliminate noise and marred floors due to rocking chairs by gluing felt weather strippingto the chair bottoms. SKIN CARE When the. wand howls, even an oily skin needs under make- able and beauty marring chap- pping and windburn. Anideal creani for daytime use under makeup is b ab y cream which rubs in to become invisiible, beatit ye xjterts .report'.' It is hypbvallergenic, pro-, motes healing and will keepthe ski n soft and smooth, even when youspend Ion g hours outside at football games or on th e ski slopes. Make a clothes basket by lin ing a bushel bakset with an old plastic tablecloth. Place a piece of clear glass or plastic over an open recipe book to keep it clean. from the low 50s to the low 60s. The fivte-day outlook said temperatures will average 2 to 4 de­ grees'above normal highs of 50 to 53 and normal lows of 31 to 36. ... N v Cooler' early in period with no important changes through remainder of week," the outlook said. 28 Persons (Continued from page 1) said that citizens telephoned reports of flares in the area near the industrial town of Henderson, Nev v near the Arizona- Nevada border. Bonanza, with headquarters here, identified the Crew of Flight 114 as pilot Capt. Hank iFitzpatrick, co-pilot Reimer Schulze, and stewardess Mary Travis, all of Las Vegas. Bonanza has had no previous, flight fatalities, in its 18 years of operation, authorities said. LET SMALL FRY HAVE THE FUN—Christmas i3 for children; and it starts with the sending of holiday greetings. ^So,^ suggests the Greeting Card Association, New ^York City^ don't take over this task for your small fry; let them have, [ cards., Ami they would enjoy having- their names imprinted ; the fun; It helps them learn the first lesson of the Christ; mas, season—it's -giving, not just receiving, that is real fun. ; Older youngsters should, be allowed to select their> own Don't shunbread an d cereals in the diet becauseyo u think they contain only calories. Cereals provice more than a third of the thiamine, a fourth ofthe eals provice more than a third of the thiamine, a fourth of the niacin, iron and calories anda fifth of the protein in average U. S. diets.the U. S. Department ofAgriculture reports. Advertise In The Tribune WANTED MEN - WOMEN ARCADIA Mrs. Bess Willir .ms Mr. ant! Mrs. Loyd Smith at* tended the Roller Derby at the Coliseum' in" the State iF a i r grounds, Indianapolis recently. Mrs. Grace Felming and Ira Shew, of Indianapolis were weekend guests of L. E. Groves and daughter, Jan. Mr. and Mrs. Herald Anderson, of Muncie were recent guests of Mrs. Amy Anderson. ' From afcea 18 to 52. Prepare now Lincoln Service helps tbonsanda /or U.H. CitU Service Job openings prepare for theme lent* every year. In thi» are* during; the next IS It IN one of the larjce.it and oldest months. privately owned schools of Its kind Government positions pay as high and Is not connected with the GOT- as $446.00 a month to start. They ernment. provide much greater security than For FREE Information on GOT* private employment and excellent ernment Jobs. Includlnr IUt of po»l- opportunity for advancement. Many tlnrm and salaries, fill 'ont coapom positions require little or no spec- and mail at once — TODAY. You lalized education or experience.' will also gel full details on how But to ret one of these Jobs, yoo can prepare yourself for these you must pass a test. The competl- tests, tioh Is keen and In some case only one out of five pass. Don't Delay—ACT NOW I LINCOLN SERVICE, Dept. 33D PEKIN, ILLINOIS - V - . - s I am very much interested. Please send me absolutely FREE O) A list of U. S. Government positions, and salaries; (2) Information on how to qualify for a U.S. Government Job. -." — : ' Ago A. Phone ——-'! Mr. and Mrs. John Albright and family, o f Indianapolis were guests of L. E. Groves and daughter, Jean recently. Mrs. Mary Wisman, Mrs. Joann 'Rutledge, Miss Ina Bower, of Arcadia and Mrs. Hazel Sanford, of Tipton attended the funeral of Nancy Ridge recently which were held at Evangelistic Center, in Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Rutledge and Ina Bower visited Roy Bower who is-in a rest home in Wabash recently. Name • .«r Street. City„ Stato ... Let's Talk About Your Hearing Problem Do you feel you should have a hearing test but are afraid some one will try to sell you a hearing aid? Here at Beltone, after our examination we make our recommendation then leave it to you. Free test in your home. Come in Wednesday, November 18,12:00 Noon to 5:00 P.M. BELTONE SERVICE At Or. R. A. CaJaeob 'c Office, 210 East Jefferson St., Tipton By Ralph Hawdklns, Kokomo, Indiana -•no. - ••:«!•$, Washing Phone GL 2^412 , ;i WINDFALL Mrs. Ted 'Barrett Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Simmons and daughter entertained at dinner recently Messers and Mesdames Joe Gaiser and family, of Tipton; Robert Richardson and family and Ranny Simmons, all of Elwood. LIVESTOCK INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)—Livestock: •Hogs 8,500; unevenly steady to 50 lower; 1-2, 190-225 lb 15.2515.75, few 15.85; 1-3,* 190-230 lb 14.75-15.25; 230-260 lb 14.25-14.75; sows steady; 1-3, 300-400 lb 12.25-13.25; 2-3, 400-o00 lb 11.2512.250. Cattle .2,500; .calves -125; steers strong to 25 higher; heifers fully steady to 25 higher; choice steers 24.00-24.75; high good to low choice 23.25-24.00; good 21.00-23.25; choice heifers 21.75-23.^0; .average .and .high choice . and a few prime 23.2523.75; high good and low choice 21.00-21.75; ;good _18.50-21;00; cows 50-1.00 lower; utility and commercial 11.00-12.00, few to 13.00;. bulls steady to weak; utility and commercial 14.00-16.00; veslers fully steady; good and choice .23.00-27.00, .few .choice 28.00. Sheep 600; .about .steady; choice and prime wooled lambs 20.00-21.00; .good .and .choice 18,190.20.00. NATJONAL FORESTS ARE -POPULAR America's national f o T e s ts last are becomingthe nation's favorite'playgrounds. The U .S. Forest Service reports sme 120 million visits were made to them last year.This year's to- ta is eypected to exceed 135 million. v • The most popular ones i n elude the BlackHills National The . most popular ones i n elude the BlackHills National Wyoming; Lower Michigan National Forest in Michigan; Wasatch National Forest in Utah; , San Bernadino. Inyo, Angeles, and Eldorado National Forests in California; the White Mountains in New Hampshire; George Washington in Virginia; and the Ocala Nation al Forest in Florida. West Street Christian Church rummage, sale! Winter clothes. Friday, November 20 and Saturday November 21 at Republican Headquarters, East Jefferson. Open 9 a.m. C-40 CARE AND FEEDING OF GUINEA PIGS So your youngster's adopted a guinea pig? Bue sure the beatie is fed fresh hay or greens every day. These supply vitamin C. Guinea pigs cannot produce -their own vitamin C and develop scurvy without it, researches report. The greens can- be cabbage, lettuce, kale, green alfalfa, grass or similar plants. DESSERT BRIDGE Mrs. Ward . Mosbaugh, w a s hostess for dessert bridge on November 9. Dessert was served preceding bridge with prizes won - by Mesdames Glen Drumm, Howard Williams and Glen Hartley. Other guests were Mesdames Mark McGill, Raymond). Knapp, James Cor rell and.Miss Mary Shaffer. u. BUY S. SAVINGS BONDS Tonight & Tues. 2 Shows at 7 & 9 P.M. He Swore He Would Never See Her Again—Then She Whispered His Name and He Was Lost. KIM N0VAI(';1! LAURENCE HARVEY OF Human eonoace Hospital Notes ADMISSIONS: Juel Pugh, Windfall; Jennie Sloan, Atlanta; Phyllis Cherry, Tipton; Randy Stewart, Tipton; Viola Whisler, Elwood; Robin Wylie, Windfall; Wilson Hubbard. Jr., Tipton; Mace Strange, Michigantown; Freida Dick, Cicero; Wilanna Hill, Frankfort; Judith Waters, Russiaville; Margaret Davis, Tipton; Mary Lee, Windfall; Agnes Head, Tipton; Fern Bishop, Atlanta; Delford Moore, West Middleton; Mabel Ricketts, Frankfort; George Isenhower, Atlanta; Anna Cast, Kokomo; Helen Simpson, Tipton; Marguerte' Ehman, Tipton; Bertha Huffman, Tipton; Susan Stillabower, Tipton;- Kenny Humgate, Tipton; Jerry Anderson, Tipton; Esther Jeske, Windfall; Flossie Long, Atlanta. DISMISSALS: George Adams, Tipton; Owen Doggett, Windfall; Shirley McDaniels, Tipton; Betty Widup, Sharpsville; Erich Rode, Tipton; Shirley Hubbard, Tipton; Glen Dunham, Sharpsville; Linda Amsbury, Tipton; Faye McManis, Tipton;- Mary Bowers, Titpon; Edward Lesko, Tipton; Geneva Ingle, Arcadia; Freida Dick, Cicero; Evon Shirley, Tipton; Susan Stillabower, Tipton; Estella Goodnight, Russiaville; Mary Ann Gilbert, Kokomo; James Walker, Tipton; Mary Kendall, Kokomo; Opal Dickson, Kokomo; Mary Long, Windfall; Enna* Ham, Elwood; Bernadine Beheler, Sharpsville; Donald Kootz, Kokomo; Shirley Kruger, Tipton; Phyllis Cauble, Tipton; Jacob Love, Sharpsville; Judy Shuck, Sharpsville; Odis Tyner, Sharpsville; • Imogene Whisler, Windfall; Anna Michel, Arcadia; Carolyn Butler, Elwood; Rosie Robinson, Tipton; William Kattness, Tipton;, May Terhune, Tipton; Wilanna Hill, Frankfort. BIRTHS: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cauble, Tipton, girl, 8:10 a. m.. November 12. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Shuck, Sharpsville, boy, 6:07 p. m., November 13.-Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jeske, Windfall, boy, 2:29 p. m., November 14. Mr .and Mrs. Calvin Lee, Windfall, girl, 10:55 a.m., November 15. Indian (Continued from page 1) Dunn. Mrs. Johnson denied that she knew who stabbed the Indian, who staggered from the tavern across a highway and fell dead. The owners said she asked the Indians to leave because, she was following the policy_ of the former owners of no race mixing at the place. The Indians refused to leave, officers said, and a fight with Negro customers broke out. Mrs. Dunn and the- Barneses also were roughed up." Last Chance The sale of season tickets will continue tonight at Tipton High School, with the d o o r s opening at 7 p. m., it was announced today by ticket manager David Winks. Approximately 1,800 season tickets have been sold, but. with the gym seating well over .3,000 plenty of good seats' are still available foi; vthe,. li^game home scfiedulei -r,There T twill be no' advanced sale of tickets for the Clinton Central game .played at Clinton Friday night. • ACS (Continued from page 1)' Inman, president; Alan Adler, Education .chairman; and Dr. Kurtz. Representing Phi Beta Psi were Mrs. Richard Smith, president; Mrs. Ed Henry, and Mrs. Ted piorris. Mr. Bush, area representative of ACS, Indiana Division, (assisted the group. Attractive posters have been placed in all the towns and communities of the county. The public is urged to attend this important meeting. Game Tuesday Tipton Junior High opens its 1964 basketball season Tuesday night in a twin bill ' against Peru junior high at the Tipton Junior High gym. Game time is 6:30 for the seventh grade game and. 7:30 for the 8th grade game. Coach Jerby Clossin says he has some good height on his club but won't know how capable the boys are until they get some competition under their belts. Opens Wednesday - 4 Bid Days "TROY DONAHUE in "A DISTANT TRUMPET and Ernest Hemingway's "THE KILL IRS". Both FMtvre* In Color MEETING WEDNESDAY Woman's Society of Christian Service of Kemp Me-thodist church will meet in Fellowship hall at 1:30 p. m., on Wednesday. The program will be presented by Miss Ruth Coble assisted by Mrs. Jack Browning. Mabel Michel circle will be hostess for the meeting. • We Buy & Sell NEW & USED FURNITURE Arcadia furniture Exchange Phono YU 4-S33S Welsh Lifts (Continued from oago T) woman who complained because of a victory bonfire at Van Buren .High School. She wanted to know, "How can they have a bonfire with flames 30 feet high when I can't burn my trash in my backyard?" State Forester Bob Raisch said, "Indiana has been fortui- nate to have come through^this critical period . of fire danger withdut more serious tragedy." Raisch attributed much of this success to the work of local Volunteer fire departments, na tional guard units, civil air pa- trpr, civil defense units and* other,' volunteers. ~ r JFoltz said "to the best of my knowledge" nobody was. arrested for violation of the ban. However, he said "hundreds_of warnings" we're issued to persons for burning trash and leaves. ' IQRV/ ENGLAND DRY-Water In Cleveland Reservoir, which .«^es,Pittafield,"Mass,.,-.nyrmaHy.;ts.way up to the DriCK- i york'orT the'.gate hbiise, but look at It now. When full, the '•-r^^wofr ..hoids nearly a billion '-gallons..-. It's down to 180 '.'''million now, and.there's no sign of rain. "MISS TEENAGER" CONGRATULATED—Other contestants congratulate Carolyn L. Mlgninl, 17, Baltimore, Md., after she won the."Misjs:Teenage America." title in Dallas, Tex. She didn't cry, not a tear. Just smiled and smiled. Carolyn has . ' ambitions for Broadway. SIX INJURED ' MICHIGAN. CITY, Ind. (UPI) —Six persons,, including two Indiana State Prison inmates, suffered minor injuries Sunday in a chain reaction collision involving four • Vehicles. The accident occurred at the intersection of U.S. 421 and U.S. 20 just south of here. It began when a big truck loaded •with frozen french fried potatoes hit a bus operated by the state prison. Two of the 14 prisoners aboard were injured slightly. LETTERHEAD STATIONERY FOR JJ. FOR tmad ' ,- an Ueai gift that will be remembered! Monarch Letter Heads (Ladies) 100 Sheets'— -$ 9.10' 500 Sheets. ________$I0.85 !j. 20 1b. Bond 20% Off ORDER EARLY FOR DELIVERY BEFORE CHMSTMAS Tipton ~ Sales Tax not included TAOS - OMICf FORMS'>WlDDINO: if^fftlONs'lT POSTERS

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