The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 27, 1964 · Page 6
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PAGE 6 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Holiday toll n (Continued from page 1) Palmer, 39, .secretary of' the state Public Utilities Commission, was killed when his car struck a train to set an all- time toll of 249 for one year. In New Jersey, four persons, including David Down,'48, vice president of Airway Corp., were killed when their single engine plane crashed in a rainstorm at Millville. Thirty-nine international students at the state University of Iowa enjoyed a traditional American Thnaksgiving holiday as guests of families in Osage, Iowa, just as other international students have done, each Thanksgiving since. 1959. That was the year student Joyce Horton told her father, an Osage physician, about the lonely foreign students qt holiday, time. Friday, November 27,1964 FOREIGN NEWS. COMMENTARY By P.W.I MEWSPM ; UPI Foreign News Analyst*"'Since 1353, the dominant political figure in British Guiana, a crown colony on the northeast coast of South America, • has been Dr. Cheddi Jagan, an American - trained dentist of East Indian descent. Since 1901 he h,as been the colony'* prime minister. On Dec. 7, against a background of a long history .of bloody clashes between East Indian and Negro residents of the colony, an attempt will be made to break Jagan's hold in election of a new government .. . Apply New Rules *'TBe *Neiection will be held der new rules . imposed by Great Britain which plainly does not like Jagan, a declared Marxist, and holds him primarily responsible for the racial strife. Members of the legislature are to bp elected by a proportional representation system which will award legislative seats to the political part is in proporation to their total vote. Under previous simple majority rule in the various districts Jagan has been able to win legislative control with less than MOOSE No. 1590 FALL CHARITY FESTIVAL THE DANCE OF THE YEAR PROCEEDS GO TO ST. JUDE RESEARCH HOSPITAL Sponsored by Danny Thomns DANCING From 9:30 p.m. -12:30 a.m. Saturday Night, Nov. 28, 1964 Members and Friends Invited pip DANNY THOMAS Founder half of the votes. ( . .The new. system constitutes a serious challenge to" him. y Jagan's strength comes - from its 295,000 East Indian followers who make up the colony's largest single ethnic group, mostly laboring in. the sugar plantations. Most Powerful Opponent The most powerful leader aligned against him is Negro leader Forbes Burnham, a London-educated lawyer, a Conservative who broke with Jagan's Peoples Progress party to form his- own Peoples National Congress .party. A third group is the united force led by Peter D'Aguiar, wealthy Portuguese businessman. Together, the 'followers of Burnham and D'Aguiar total something over 300,000, and it is Britain's hope, seconded by the United States, that they can eliminate Jagan 's Marxist influence . and, jin coalition, bring about an end-to racial hostili-\ ties. ; Religion" v< (Continued from page. 5) high masses /will continue in Latin. • ,.' ' 'On the other, hand, Catholics who are enthusiastic about the new look can count on still more striking changes next March. Beginning with the first Sunday of Lent, the Mass will be shortened and "clarified" by the elimination of a number of prayers, psalms and readings which got tacked on during the middle ages,'and which liturgical reformers- consider to Tae redundant and anti-climactic' One effect will be to terminate the Mass at the point where it obviously was originally mean to end—namely, when the priest says, "Go, the mass is ended." Sidelines FOR A BRUSHT CHRISTMAS—SHOP TIPTON OPEN HOUSE DOOR PRIZE I MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 30TH Set French Provincial WALL PLAQUES Cooper's Home Furnishings "Quality Furniture At Affordable Prices" LIKES BEING SACKED LONDON (UPI) — Randolph Churchill, son of Sir Winston Churchill and a political writer,} said he was pleased Thursday when informed his political column was to be dropped from the magazine Spectator. "This is the first time in my life I have been sacked," said Churchill," and I find it rather jolly." BIG DEAL SOUTHAMPTON, England (UPI) — Scientists at the university here advertised for 500 live snails a week for brain research. They are offering a penny a head. (Continued from oage 4) floor, and the way he's hitting ('his free throw attempts he's \going to be a real point scorer for the S-atans. The coach distributed praise for a couple of his other reserves and said.he's tickled to death with the hustle that Jim Hannah shows on the floor. He's all over the court. Jerry Carter got some praise for his "coolness' on the floor. "He knows what he's doing every second he's in possession of the ball." Several of the others haven't had too much playing time, but they'll get it as the season advances and Barr believes the club will be ready to go a lo»g way. by tourney time. PRINCESS GARDNER® FRENCH PURSE Attractive cut-out leaf pattern enhanced with Gold Mylar underlay on Lovely Cowhide. Costume colon. FREN cH PURSE srjoo plus tax NAME IMPRINTED FREE WILLY'S Stationery & Gift Shoppe Search (Continued from page 1) operating at the time. , "Naturally," he snapped, "I will not be drawn into a discussion of the collision." Bendiksen, 'whose ship had been loaded with fuel oil and foodstuffs, was equally reticent, obviously acting under orders. The Stolt Dagali had taken on the cargo at Philadelphia and was on the way to New York for more oil before departing for the Panama Canal Zone. Matching pieces from $2.93 See us. Ule deliver: A 1965 Chrysler Newport 4-door hardtop (383 cubic- inch V-8, 124-inch wheelbase, one-piece, all-welded body, sill-to-sill carpeting, luxurious interior, dash panel with dual storage compartments, coin sorter, tissue dispenser, picnic tray) —for only a few dollars a month more than some of the most 'popular smaller cars! CIDAA See vaur Chrysler Dealer-The man who delivers. CLYDU0VERDORF MOTORSInc STATE ROAD 28 EAST OS 5-7426 TIPTON,' INDIANA 5Amercans (Continued from page 1) - sionary, was beaten to death in Paulis with 20 other hostages hours before Belgian paratroopers arrived in U.S. Air For,ce planes Thursday and rescued more than 200 captives. Dr. Andre De Gotte, a'-Belgian diplomat who survived the Paulis atrocities, said rebeles bludgeoned Tucker and the- 19 other victims to death and threw some" of the bodies into a crocodile-infested river. WEDNESDAY LUNCHEON Members of the Women's.as­ sociation of the First Presbyterian church will meet for a carry-in luncheon at 1 p.m., on Wednesday at the church. DIANA Tonight & Sat. Matinee Sat. at 2 P.M. It's the Robin Hood Legend in Chicago's wildest era! oeao mm SioaiBafHO oayisji ^E-Tirjesmr pgCROSBy™ 8 * H AS ALLEN A.OALE &OTD0UGUS BSaH Technicolor Sun. thru Wed. 4-^BIG DAYS—4 Continued show Sun. at 2 p.m. It's actually the funniest nonpartisan picture (about America's first lady president) you'll ever see! Don't miss it! FredKlacKhirray ^ Polly Bergen • *. in I Kisses for my ' ^President : ) . The hilarious i story of . America's first • woman President... '. arid just look at the new "First Lady"! Wall Street Chatter NEW YORK (UPI) — Leslie M. Pollack of Reynolds & Co. does not think there is any good reason for selling stocks siiice the economy and the market are in strong uptrends and nobody knows if the recent increase in the discount rate will be supplemented by further restraints., For the time being, Pollack says, he would resist any weakness which may develop and use it as an opportunity to establish positions in favored issues. Standard & Poor's says the market's advance last week to a new all time high was based on sound fundamentals, but was accompanied by increased speculative activity. The advisory service says it advocates a constructive investment policy with avoidance of indiscriminate buying. essel, Paturick Inc. says tha recent interest in secondary issues should increase the momentum of the bullish, tide and provide a cushion under the market. JOCKEY TRAINS SAO 'PAULO, Brazil (UPI) — Luiz Carlos Fernandes Da Silva, a 22-year-old Brazilian jockey who has won 37 races, will work under trainer Farrel W. Jones in the United States. Da Silva is scheduled to arrive in Los Angeles during the weekend. II ADMISSIONS:, -Chari.esvlReese, Kemptph; • Sherry "jlowers',' Ulrich J^- Sharpsyme; Ma^. second operation 0D- DeC em, Myers, T.pton; juanrta Ref|^ r 8 and wiU remain nour, Arcadia; Alice Snow, .Tip' ton; Charolette Pore," Tipton; Walter Honeychurch, Tipton. DISMISSALS: Susan Crume, Tipton; Sally Durham, Cicero;. Phyllis Cherry, Tipton; Harry Woodward, Kokomo; "James; Marshal, T e r r a n c.e .Walslv Kokomo; Bonnie' Tinsley, Kokomo; Marilyn Mitchel, Tipton; Jesse Little, Tipton; Cornells Smith, Kokomo; Nancy Duffer, Kempton; Lucille Yundt, Windfall; Jessie Clem, Windfall; Betty \«erlz, Tipton; John Osborn, Windfall; James Harp, Tipton; James Waldon, Elwood; Ben McGill, Tipton; Leoda Christiansen, Windfall. 'BIRTHS: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fisher, Windfall, girl, 7:13 p.m., November 24. jtt&M ^lPf LPTjQN JTEACH E R- -i^fs. Crystal (Lockridge) Sil- j ?jerman, former^ Tipton high. {School teacher rfor several years i _,-«. ? n . Br 7^^'^ we ^:.^iiiteredt6e. hospital on Novem-, wsj^and Johnny, Jacobs, two wood; .Sara S«™£> lb et 27 amtVfll -undergo surqsrjp «^tfrofc &s£**potted that •?™ce ^"^^^./Dan^fo N overaberj30.-She will h ^e ^MS&feaarirsttteft -teif pets .from, Jheir, backyard — three turkeys. Arid jfes"e Rodriguez, 29 -was" '"charged»iwiih, beating his wife with a turkey leg. hospital until 'March. 1; 1965. | Friends and acquaintences may write to her at Baker Memorial hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Mass. Santa (Continued from page )) Style Shop, Home Trade Shoe Store, Service Motor Co., Z and Z Shoe Store, 132 Club Piano Bar, Farmers Oil-Tire Inc.; Teb'co Fertilizer Service Inc. WRITER HONORED NEW YORK (UPI) — The Thoroughbred Racing Association today named Nelson Fish er, San Diego (Calif.) Union turf writer, winner of the 1964 Bill Corum Memorial Award The TRA presents the honor annually for an outstanding news story, column of feature on racing. BILLIE JEAN WINS SYDNEY, Australia (UPI) Billie Jean Moffitt. of Long Beach, Calif., partnered Australia's Robyn Ebbern to the final round of women's doubles Thursday with a 6-1, 6-2 victory over the Aussie duo of Judy Tegart and Jill Blackman in the New South Wales tennis championships. PASTRANO 29 MANCHESTER, England, (UPI) — Light heavyweight champion Willie Pastrano of Miami, Fla., celebrated his 29th birthday today and began "secret" drills for his title defense against Terry Downes Nov. 30. Pastrano is an 11-4 favorite to retain his crown. ELK'S Reservation's for the Christmas Dinner-Dance Saturday, Dec. 5th must be in by Thursday, Dec. 3., Call OS 5-4116 for reservations. MONEY-- FOR YOUR ";a£»f\ FOR YOUR DECEMBER PURCHASES WAYS AND MEANS CLUB Members of the Ways and Means Home Demonstration club will meet on Tuesday at the home of Mrs.- A. L. Cataline, 302 Conde street at 7:30 p. m., for their Christmas party. FARM BUREAU MEETING The Cicero Township Farm Bureau will meet on Tuesday at the .Farm Bureau hall at 6:30 p.m., for a pitch-in supper. Each family is, asked to'bring a covered dish and table-service. Meat, rolls and beverage will be furnished. Entertainment and- a business meeting will follbW. The guest speaker for the evening will be Lidia Gomez, from Cuba, . Spanish teacher at Tipton Community high school. Anyone interested in hearing her speak should be their by 8:30 p.m. . JOBLESS CLAIMS DROP INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — Unemployment insurance claims in Indiana last week totaled 23,121, a drop of more than 3,500 from the previous week. Director Lewis F. Nicolini of the Indiana Employment Security Division said Thursday that claims for the week compared with more than 34,000 for trie corresponding week last year. Save by faying cash for your December purchases. Loans of all kinds on just your .own signature and security. Money is available quickly—it takes only a few minutes to apply. Come in, or phone us and we will call. LOCAL FINANCE CORPORATION KEN SULT, Mgr. . 117 N. Main Tipton OS 5-7419 Cash Loans.. .Auto Finance - THE ALMANAC Today is Friday, Nov. 27, the 332nd day of 1964 with 34 to. follow. The moon is approaching its new phase. The evening stars are Jupiter and Saturn. American historian Charles Beard was born on this day in 1874. On this day in history: In 1901, the War Department authorized the creation of the Army War College to instruct commissioned officers. In 1945, President Truman named General George Marshall special representative to China. In 1951, Spanish sources indicated the U.S. had dropped plans for setting up air bases in Spain. In 1956, President Eisenhower issued a statement in' which he denied that differences over the Suez Canal had weakened the U.S. British and French accord for NATO. A thought for the day: Rudyard Kipling said: "The silliest woman can manage "a clever man;, but it needs a very clever woman to manage a fool." FUNERAL HOME OSfcora* S-2425 Tipton FRIENDLY CLUB Mrs. Ella Wilson, 217 North West street will entertain members of the Friendly club on Thursday at 2:30 p.m. SECURITY CLUB The Security club will meet for a Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Mabel Jones, 116 Oak street on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m., preceded by a lunch and a business meeting. HAS HOLIDAY TOUCH LAREDO, Tex. (UPI) — The police blotter in Laredo had the holiday touch on Thanksgiving Pay. We Buy & Sell NEW & USED FURNITURE Arcadia Furniture Exchange Phone YU 4-5335 SHOP YOUR LOCAL RETAIL MERCHANTS OPEN HOUSE DOOR PRIZE MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 30 Sel of s 29 80 Table Lamps Drop In And Shop SERVCO INC. Court Street CHRISTMAS SHOP IN TIPTON OPEN HOUSE DOOR PRIZE MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 30, 19C4 Sign up your favorite church.society or class, your favorite ladies club, society or sorority for this free gift! 35 Cup West Bend—Mirro Matic COFFEE PERCOLATOR Tolle Brother's Inc. THE BEST SHOPPING IS IN TIPTON OPEN HOUSE DOOR PRIZE 30TH NOVEMBER . PORTABLE RECORD PLAYER Come In And See Us FALVEY'S Where His Friends Buy Their Clothes SHOP EASILY IN TIPTON OPEN HOUSE DOOR PRIZE Monday Evening, November 30 Beautiful LADIES HANDBAG Stop. In And See Us -tidier 5 Style Slto k r SHQF TIPTON DURING CHRISTMAS SEASON I OPEN HOUSE DOOR PRIZE MONDAY EVENING FM RADIO FREE TO .THE LUGKY iWKJNER,

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