The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 28, 1964 · Page 6
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Tipton, Indiana
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Saturday, November 28, 1964
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PAGE 6 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Saturday, Nov. 28/1964 TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Carrier, m City, Per Week ... —-i .-—-35 cents 'By Mail, One Year, Tipton and Adjaeenv counties _^___i_4-_-.$8.0B .Member United Press International News Service Entered as Second Class Matter Oct. 4, 1895 jt the Postoffice in Tipton, Indiana, Under the Act of Congress of March 3; 1879 PUBLISHED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY BY TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY 221-423 East Jefferson Street, Tipton, Indiana. Telephone OS5-2115 Court Action Joetta Riley vs. James Riley, petition for divorce. Petition to modify decree and terminate support of minor child filed by defendant, submitted and granted. In Re Estate of Jessie Elmo Parish, Elsie Mae Dever, ad­ ministratrix. Report' of inheritance tax appraiser filed and submitted to court. Evidence heard, finding a.nd judgement tax due as per order. . ToniMarie Green vs. James Adrain Green. Petition for divorce. Continued to Nov. 30. The Lighter By DICK WEST , United Press International WASHINGTON (UPI)' The food page editors of newspaners and magazines; have done' their usual thorough : job of gorging us with Thanksgiving menus and recipes. But here's one you may have missed: Harp seal flippers en casser- H. Burke, et ux. .497 acres, Sec 34, Liberty Twp. Tipton Bldg.> Loan Assoc., to j o ^'n ^ch^-ioUestown. Lester J. Fouch, et ux. Lots 11, rec j pe was gj ven to me 12, William C. Kring's 1st Add'n. by my old friend, Gordon Atlanta. j Leech, head of" the Anteasters Versal Wayne Beaman to j Association, currently enjoying, James W. Barton, et ux. .8103 lor at least enduring. amv«M acres, Sec. 6, Liberty Twp. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Estel W. Kelley, et ux.,. to Kelley, Inc. One-half interest in 80 acres, Sec. 1, Jefferson Twp. William E. Kelley, et ux'., to Kelley, Inc. One-half interest in 80 acres, Sec. 1, Jefferson Twp. Roy Bales, et ux., to Charles James W: Barton, et ux., to Tipton Bldg. & Loan Assoc. .8103 acres, Sec. 6, Liberty Twp. Kenneth Coy; Brown, et ux., to Tipton Bldg. &• Loan Assoc. Lot .1, Joseph P. Main's Add'n., Hobbs. RUSSELL AGREES WASHINGTON (UPI)—Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman Richard B. Russell, D-Ga., is in general agreement with Defense Department plans to ' close 95 military installations. He ruled out any political motive to the closures and said McNamara was simply "effecting economies." His committee, Russell said, will not investigate the plans... Wouldn't you like to receive this Extra Money at Christmas TOO? You'll enjoy the holidays more next year if you can be the bountiful Santa you'd like to be without piling up, a lot of Christmas Bills! Set aside a convenient amount each week for next year's holiday expenses in a CHRISTMAS CLUB ACCOUNT! • OF ^ TIPTON Member F. D I. C. Give Knapp Shoes — They have that extra wear and comfort. Insulated Boots—Dress Shoes—Sport Size 5-18-AAA to EEEE Phone or write Walter Batts, Tipton. C-48 Matinee Today At 2 p.m. DIANA Ends Tonight 2'Shcws At 7:00 and 9:15 p.m. TECHNICOLOR' Sun. thru ^ejd. ~4:BIG DAYspr- Continued Show Sunday Starting at Z-OOVF.! M. The' Hilarious 'Story.' of America's 'First' Lady 'President!/-" FREDMacMURRAY' ARLENE BAHL EDWARD ANDREV Coming Thurs. THE BEATLES IN "A HARD DAY'S Night" autumn series • of wild game lunches. The Thankssivin" w<"k repast featured seal flippers. Leech said that to his knowledge it was the first time they had been served in the United States. I can understand ,<"*>v In order to prepare and serve seal flippers, you first of all" neel a- seal. You. could ask your friendly neighborhood supermarket attendant to reserve one for you. But he probably would give you a funny look. Besides, that, it wouldn't be in keeping with the spirit of Thanksgiving. The Pilgrims, you know, killed their own game for Thanksgiving, and I recommend that you do the same. According to Leech, the accepted method of bagging a seal is to go out on an ice floe somewhere in the vicinity of Newfoundland and bash one on the head with a club. Leech said that seal flippers are regarded as a great delicacy in Newfoundland. Otherwise, the Newfoundlanders are fine people. Anyway, now that you have a seal, you cut off his flippers just below the elbow. Then you peel off the skin which removes the claws at .the same time. Next you soak the flippers for several hours in a solulion of one teaspoon of soda per gallon of water. This causes the fat to swell up and turn white. Trim off fat, which may cause jyou to turn white. Marinate flippers in burgundy wine, getting rid of fat the best way you can. Burial 12 feet in ground is 'safest bet. Or, better yet, drink the wine and bury flippers along with fat. If determined to go through with it, season flippers: in salt and roll in flour. Saute and make sauce from drippings. Pour sauce . over, flippers _ and bake in covered pan- in .^degree oven .-.for approximately three hourf; : Keep\kitcheh ventilating fan running.' That takes-care- of simple part. The difficult part is trying to eat flippers; Best thing about seal flippers for Thanksgiving is this: They make you thankful for turkey. DRAFT TOTAL DOWN WASHINGTON.(UPI) — The Defense Department Friday asked the Selective Service system to draft 5,400 persons into the Army during January. " ELK'S Reservations for the Christmas Dinner-Dance Saturday, Dec. 5th must be in by Thursday, Dec. 3. Call OS 5-4116 for reservations. UiPJ ^Coaches" Pick Michigan Top Gage Team NEW YORK (UPI) — Although the same two. teams are expected to -battle again for the major college basketball championship, Michigan was given a five-point edge over , defending champion UCLA today in the United Press International preseason ratings. Michigan, collecting 19 first- place votes and 329 points, and UCLA, gathering 15 firsts and 325 points, stand far above the' rest of field in the eyes of the 35 coaches on the rating board. M.-.y Be Better The Wolverines are expected to parlay added experience and All-America candidates Cazzie Russell and Bill Buntin into an even "better record than last year's 23-5 mark. Last season's record, moreover, was good enough for the Big Ten title, second place in the UPI ratings and third in the National Col legiate Athletic Association tournament. ',.--• UCLA, which lost All-America Walt Hazzard, Jack Hirsch and Fred Slaughter, is still expected to-give Michigan a tight race for the championship with returning "guard Gail- -Goodrich and forwards Keith Erikson and Kenny . Washington; who helped the Bruins .win 30 straight games and the NCAA tournament last season. Davidson, with 155 'points, is the nearest challenger to the big two; Wichita, sixth last season, is fourth; Duke, second in the NCAA tournament, is fifth; and Vanderbilt, getting the only first-place vote besides Michigan and UCLA, is sixth. To Award Trophies Fighting it out for the remaining spots in the Top 10 are seventh-place S :in Francisco, eighth-ranked North Carolina, ninth-rated Seattle, and lOth-place Minnesota. The UPI board is made up of five coaches from each of the seven,geographical areas of the nation. Each week the coaches vote for the Top 10 teams in, the nation, and their ballots are compiled to arrive at a consensus. Points are allotted on a basis of 10-9-8-7-6-5- through 10th." At the end of the season, UPI presents a permanent trophy to the team chosen as the best in the nation. Nature Notes ^ '(Continued from page 1) hunting. Any small creature that goes out on a -night when, the ground is covered with snow, .takes • his : life in his hands, for he so sharply contrasts with the white background as to be very conspicious. In my woods the big hawks iised to watch the barns in the day. time and the big owls watched them at night, knowing that there were rats about. I believe the-owls got more than the hawks, and the balls of fur and 'bones that .they disgorged around there, showed that they, were eating high on the rat tree. Points 329 ,-: 325 "i 155 r.-' :149 104 98 93 62 57 55 NEW YORK (UPI) — The United Press International- pre season major college basketball ratings with first-place votes in parentheses: Team 1. Michigan (19) 2. UCLA (15) 3. Davidson 4. Wichita 5. Duke 6. Vanderbilt (1) 7. San Francisco 8. North Carolina S. Seattle 10. 'Minnesota Second 10 — 11, Kansas 54; 12, Syracus'e 50; 13, ViUanova 45; 14, Kansas State 32; 15 (tie) St. John's and Kentucky 31; 17, Brigham Young 27; 18. St. Louis 23; 19, Notre Dame 21; 20, De Paul 17. Other teams receiving points — Oklahoma State, Oklahoma City, Bradley, Texas Tech, Miami (Fla.), Oregon State, Utah State, Loyola (111.), Providence, Texas Western, Creighton, St. Joseph's (Pa.), Indiana, Detroit, Georgia Tech, Connecticut, Southern California, Cincinnati, Colorado State, Wyoming, Princeton, Tennessee, Illinois, St. Bonaventure, Texas, Arizona. Rioters (Continued from oage 1) the embassy. After breaking the windows and smearing ink on the walls of the U.S. building, the rioters trooped six abreast to the Belgian Embassy. There they smashed more than 50 windows { and hang up large portraits oil slain .Congo Premier .Patrice Lumumba—whose slaying in' spired attacks on the Belgian and American embassies in 1S31. Giants Get (Continued from page 1) ton and Virginia Tech's Bob Schweickert are all rated top choices as are Baylor flanker Larry Elkins and Kansas halfback Gale Sayers. Some of the nation's top sig-' nal-callers were not available to the' selectors, however. Navy's Roger Staubach, Tulsa's Jerry Rhome and Oregon's Bob Berry were picked in a previous year as a "future" choice. If they decide to play with NFL clubs, Staubach and Rhome would go to the Dallas Cowboys and Berry would play for the Minnesota Vikings. The NFL clubs were allowed to pick futures today also, team is allowed to name a fu ture pick on any round. Draft Choices Vary Because of trades, not every team gets the same number of draft choices. Many clubs have given up their first or second round picks in deals with other clubs. Thus Green Bay gets to make 25 selections in the 20 rounds . while the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Washington Redskins get to make only 15 each. Just because a team picks a player in the draft doesn't mean that player will sign with the club that has chosen him The American Football League, which also held its draft todayi may have also drafted that player and then a battle begins between the- two leagues to sign him. The draft itself works this way. Representatives of each team meet with league officials and communicate with their home offices by phone and "teletype circuits before making choices. The lowest - ranked teams get the first selections and choices proceed in order up to the highest. One of these pretty Misses will be crowned Queen during Homecoming ceremonies for Sharpsville-Prairie high school on December 5. Homecoming activities will span Friday and Saturday with coronation to be conducted between: halves of the Sharpsville-Prairie Marion Bennett game on Saturday night. Pictured from left to right are seated, Marjorie Roode, Mel Phillips; standing Barbara Reese, Sharon Underwood, Vicki Lynch and Kathy Zirkle. Sharpsville-Prairie School News U. S. Launches (Continued from page 1) cy spokesman said "everything looks good at this time." Today's launch climaxed an unprecedented effort to salvage the $112 million program that appeared in danger of, being canceled after the Mariner - 3 disaster. NEW YORK (UPI)—Funeral services were held today for former Mayor William O'Dwyer. O'Dwyer, 74, died Tuesday after suffering a heart attack. RIGHT.. .10% Discount on ALL ITEMS! v Carroll's Appreciation Day WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2 j The Entire Merchandise is Reduced 10% REMEMBER " • • WED, DEC. 2nd - 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Shop Carroll's for Christmas apparel for the men in your life! J-* 'MEWS C/ STORE WE GIVE SAH GREEN STAMPS STYLE SHOW • Sharpsville - Prairie high school will present a style show December 2, in the school cafeteria. Theme for the event will be "The Night 'Before Christmas." Students from Mrs. Nina B. -Moore's home economics classes will model the costumes and give the narrations. The girls will model clothing they have made in their classes at school, including fur-trimmed coats,, travel suits, purses, hats, and gloves made by junior and senior girls. Santa Claus is also scheduled to make a - "surprise" visit to the show which is to begin at 4:30 p.m. •In addition to the style show there will be a display of holi day decorations and entries for a "Sewing for Christmas" pro ject which each home econo mics student had as an assignment. Following the style show, the sophomore home ec class will jiye a Christmas tea featuring refreshments native to foreign lands, and special nutcups as favors.-The tables will be covered with white linen overlaid with red ribbon streamers.-The centerpiece will be a. winter frosted village, complete with spired church, skating pond and skaters and snow-laden trees, all fashioned from sugar icing made by the sophomore girls HOMECOMING The -Future Business Leaders of America and Pep Clubs of Sharpsville-Prairie are planning the second annual homecoming activities for the afternoon of December 4 and the game of Saturday evening, December 5. The Spartans will play the Marion Bennett Trojans at that time. The Queen for 1964-65 will be crowned at a coronation ceref mony between havles of the varsity game. The Queen candidates are Barbara Reese, Marjorie Roode, Sharon Underwood, Kathy Zirkle, Mel Phillips, and Vicki Lynch. Barbara Reese, a senior, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reese. Barbara served the Queen of the "Old Black Magic Dance" this fall as a member of her court. Barbara attended Girls State during the past summer. She was sponsored by the Sharpsville American Legion Auxiliary. Her school activities include membership in the Pep Club, Girls Athletic Association, Future Homemakers of America, Future Teachers of America, and Chorus. She is also secretary of the Student Council, and a member of the Tempo and Sharpshooter staffs. She is a member of the • Sharpsville Methodist Church and the Sharpsville Order of Rainbow girls. Marjorie Roode, also a senior, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester L. Roode. Margie was recently' selected by the faculty as the Good Citizen of Sharpsville-Prairie High School! She is a four-year member of the Pep Club and is now serving her second year as a varsity cheer leader. She is also on the Tempo and Sharpshooter staffs and is reporter for the Future Business Leaders of America, Margie's other school activities include membership in the National Beta Club, the Girls Athletic Association, and the Future Homemakers of America. She is also secretary of-the senior class and ls-a member of the Sharpsville M e Jt hod is t Church and the Sharpsville Order of Rainbow Girls. > r Sharon: Underwood,.«.- senior, is the daughter of Mr.- and Mrs. Otis Underwood. Sharon fcji four, year member of the Pep Club By MARGIE R00DE and is now serving her third year as a varsity' cheerleader. She is on the Tempo and Sharpshooter staffs, and the Student Council, and is vice president of the Future Teachers of America. Her other school' activities include membership in the National Beta Club, the Girls Athletic Association, Future Homemakers of America, and Chorus. She is a member of the Sharpsville Order of Rainbow Girls and has served them as Past Worthy Advisor and Past Grand Representative to the Phillipine Islands. Sharon is a member of the Hopewell Methodist Church. WEEKEND TV HIGHLIGHTS SATURDAY The Hollywood Palace, ABC. Tony Martin-is guest star and host. Tony's guests are his wife, Dancer Cyd Charisse, comedian Jack E. Leonard, old time musician Ted Lewis and harmonica Rascal Johnny Puleo. 9:30 p.m. EST. NBC Sports Special, NBC. The Army - Navy game from the John F. Kennedy Stadium in Philadelphia. Color 1 p.m. EST. Wide World of Sports, ABC. Canada's professional football championship Grey Cup game from Toronto. 4 p.m. EST. The Jackie Gleason Show, CBS. Adam Keefe, night club and television comedian, is Jackie's guest.. 7:30 p.m. EST. Kathy Zirkle, a junior is the I' Saturday Night at the Movies, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Zirkle. Kathy is a three year member of the Pep Club and has served one year as B-team cheer leader. She is a member of the iFuture Business Leaders of America and the- Girls Athletic Association. -Kathy is a member of the Hopewell Methor dist Youth.. Fellowship. • Mel Piiillips, a junior, is the daughter r of Mrs. Jack Imbler. Mel attended' Morton Memorial High.School. at-Kriightstown, Indiana her freshman and sophomore years. She served that school as varsity cheer leader for two years and as her class president for two years. She is a three year member of Pep Club, and. a member of the Girls Athletic Association and .the Future Business Leaders of America:- She is also a member of the Methodist Church. Vicki Lynch, a junior, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Lynch. Vicki -is junior class secretary and'the band treasurer. She is also a member of Quill and Scroll, Girls Athletic Asso- ciation.Vand 4-H Clubs. She is a member of the Hopewell Me thodist Church and Hopewell Methodist Youth Fellowshp. Vicki is also a member of th Sharpsville Order of Rainbow Girls. A program has been planned for the interval between -B-team and varsity games. This program will be of special interest to the alumni of Prairie and Sharpsville, with senior members of basketball teams from 1930 to 1964. to be introduced at that time. (Following the game a dance wlil be held in the Sharpsville Town Hall. The Cutaways will be playing and some alumni will join the band for a few numbers! Refreshments will be served. Admission is 50c and everyone is welcome. Advance tickets are' being sold at the school. Tickets will Ibe sold at .the game and at the door. The Future (Business Leaders of America sincerely hope everyone will come and enjoy this second annual homecoming. The nozzle of a new portable soft water spray is filled with a lifetime supply of softening resins that is effective even ith the hardest water. The device can be moved easily from bath r room to kitchen to laundry. NBC. "Designing Woman. Gregory Peck and Lauren Bacall co-star in romantic comedy. Color. 9 p.m. EST. Mrs. Broadway, CBS. Art Carney and Phillis Newman are guests on Craig Stevens show. 9 p.m. Gunsmoke, CBS. Marshal Dillon trails suspect accused of traying to steal another man's wife. 10 p.m. EST. • SUNDAY .Profiles in Courage, NBC. "The Thomas Hart Benton Story." The story of a United States senator from Missouri who risked political extinction by opposing the extension of slavery. The drama stars Brian Keith in the title role. 6:30 p.m. EST. Discovery '64, ABC. "What's Funny." An examination of the world of comedy. 11:30 a.m. EST. Directions '65, ABC. "The New Mass." The reformed version of the Roman Catholic mass. 1 p.m. EST. Eternal Light, NBC. "The Psychology of the Bible." Mark Van Ddren and Maurice Samuel discuss the Bible. 1:30 p.m. Issues and Answers, ABC. Sen. Russell B. Long. D-La., will be interviewed. 1:30 p.m. EST. Meet the Press, NBC. Sargent Shriver, head of the Office of Eccnomic Opportunity, is the guest. 6 p.m. EST. Wagon Train, AB.C. "The Richard Bloodgood Story." Guy Stockwell stars as a blind man seeking revenge. 7:30 p.m. EST Walt Disney, NBC. "Toby Tyler." Toby leads other circus performers to believe he is trick rider in this second part of story. Color. 7:30 p.m. EST. Ed Sullivan, CBS. Singer EUa Fitzgerald and comedian Myron Cohen are Ed's guests. 8 p.m. EST. The World's Greatest Showman, NBC. The story of the late director Cecil B. DeMille's career. Repeat. Color. 8:30 p.m. EST. Sunday Night" Movie, ABC; "Solomon and Sheba." Yul Brynner and Gina Lollobrigida co-star in this Biblical movie. 9 p.m. EST. The Rogues, NBC. "Plavonia, Hail and Farewell." Tony (Gig Young) poses as a wealthy fi-; nancier to dupe robber baron Oscar Smith (Oscar Homolka.) 10 p.m. EST.

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