The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 5, 1964 · Page 6
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PAGE 6 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Saturday, Dec 5,1964 TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Carrier, In City, Per Week— .. 35.cents By Mail, One Year, Tipton and Adjacent Counties $8.00 Member United Press International News Service Entered as Second Class Matter Oct. 4, 1895 at the Postoffice in Tipton, Indiana, Under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879 PUBLISHED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY BY TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY 221-223 East Jefferson Street. Tipton, Indiana. Telephone OS 5-2115 Delay Charges On 21 Mississippians Arrested Friday By Federal Agents By RO&ERT GORDON United Press international MERIDIAN, Miss. (UPI) — The state of Mississippi recon-; sidered today whether to file murder and conspiracy charges against"21 men arrested by the Moose No. 1590 STAG Supper Served From 3:00 p.m. 'Till 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Night, Dec. 8th FBI in connection with the" slaying of three civil rights workers. The men — including a sheriff, his chief deputy, a retired policeman, a minister, and a number of Ku Klux Klansmen —were arraigned before a U.S. commissioner Friday night and freed under temporary $5,000 bond each. Nineteen of the men were barged will conspiring to violate th2 civil rights of the three ;lain youths, a federal charge with a maximum $5,000 fine and 10 years imprisonment. The other two men were charged .vith wilfully withholding information abo^t the crime, an of- fensa carrying a maximum penalty of $5,C00 fine - and three years imprisonment. A preliminary hearing on the 'ederal charges was set for Dec. 10. ,. Officials Back Out State officials had been exacted to file murder charges against some of the suspects, but they later backed out, as- sertedly- because FBI Director Edgar Hoover consulted with Megro leader Martin Luther King Jr. about the case. State Dist. Atty. W. H. Johnson said Friday night, however, the state "is reviewing the case.. .and I am not at liberty to say how long it will be before we come to a decision as to whether or not to, file charges." Eighteen suspect* were arraigned by U.S. Commissioner Ester Carter in a wardroom at the U.S. naval air station outside Meridian Friday night. Tobacco-chewing Sheriff Lawrence A. Rainey looked grim and nervously clutched his broad- brimmed hat as Miss Carter read the charges. He and deputy Cecil Price returned to Philadelphia and their law enforcement- duties following their release on bond. . Claims Innocence Attorney Larel- Weir, representing Rainey and Price and several other defendants, • said "my clients are innocent." The three civil rights workers — Michael Schwerner, 24, Brooklyn N.Y.; Andrew Goodman, 20,,New York City, both white; and James Chaney, 22, a Meridian Negro—disappeared last June 21 after their arrest on a minor traffic charge at Philadelphia. Their bodies, each shot, were found buried in an earthen farm dam outside Philadelphia-on Aug. 4. The federal government charged 10 of the men arrested Friday with plotting the slayings and nine others with conspiring in the plot. The complaint said Price arrested the workers on a trumped up charge, later released them and then, with nine associates, "intercepted them, threatened, assaulted, shot and killed them." Want Ads Pay AMBULANCE SERVICE..... anytime Day or Night Our Two Ambulances Are Fully Equipped With Oxygen FUNERAL HOME 216 W. Jefferson OS 5-4780 Ja c kson Central (Continued from oage 1) "real" team victory". Beck and Teal alternated in guarding the big fellow and Sumner, McConnell, Carson and Schildmeir all potted well, Schildmeir netting 19, Sumner 18 and McConnel 17 while Carson added eight more. The Eagles committed only six offensive errors, three each half. The fledgling Eagles also won their game. Jackson Central next Friday opposes 4-1 Fishers in the Noblesville Armory. The box score: EAGLES FG FT PTS Sumner • 7 4 18 McConnell 8 1 17 Beck 1 0 2 Carson ' 2 4 8 Schildmeier 7*5 19 Teal 0 11 TOTALS 25 15 G5 FRANKTON Nash G 0 12 Hannah 0 0 0 Lawson 1 2 4 McClain 0. 0 0 Waymire 10 14 34 Beck 0 2 2 Drake 15 7 TOTALS 18 23 59 Jackson Central 15-24-42-65 Frankton 10-23-38-59 WINDFALL SCHOOL NEWS /. Tipton Scfiool News NEED NEW SONG KENOSHA, Wis. (UPI) —Carnage College's alama mater, "Looking Far O'er Hancock's Prairies," no longer tugs at the heart strings of the fai'.hful, because Carthage College no longer o'erlooks Hancock's praries. The college, formerly in Illi- nocs' Hancock Countv, now looks out on Lake . Michigan from Kenosha, where the school was moved last summer. Amateurs and professional songwriters have been asked to furnish a new song and lyrics. 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Shop now... when our Watch Experts Can help you choose the perfect gift - a Bulova. Just $1 holds your Bulova 'til Christmas. Visit us soon... and see our largest selection of gift-quality Bulova watches, priced from $24.75. Foster's Jewelry MAGIC NUMBER STORE By SHIRLEY WHITEHEAD and SHARON BOLINGER Mr. Harold A. DeNoon, our Principal, is doing a fine job in managing the school and its problems, as well as handling each of the individual problems of students, parents and,faculty brought to his attention. It takes a great, deal of time in the interest of the schuol and its activities. Aiong .with his i ew jcb as Principal and his administration work, ivhich he says ha .enjoys very much, Vr. DeNoon is serving as .Vi ;iJ -?nt Council sponsor this j car. He received, his BS Degree from Butler University in 1958, when his teaching career began at Chili High School where he was also coach until 1960. From Chili he moved to Greenfield where he was teacher and -oach from 1960 to 1954. He also received his MS Degree in 1932 (rom Butler. At present, he is working on his Superintendent's License and Guidance Certificate at Butisr University. Besides activities connected with schcol work, Mr. DeNoon is also a "family man" with a wife and two daughters, aged 4Vi jnd one year old. He hopes tc have a couple of future cheerleaders. His wife attended the Jordan Conservatory of Music and is a voice teacher. She has already displayed her vocal talent several times in the community. Mr. DeNoon has a wide variety of outside activities and interests. He says he is learning to play golf, that he also loves to read. He likes sports and athletics, mostly as a spectator, and is becoming interested in flying, hoping to take lessons some day. He loves the water and boating as a summer activity. Mr. DeNoon is a member of the Windfall Lions Glub, the Greenfield F & A M Lodge, is active in the York Rite and is also a member of the Scottish Kite. He enjoys administration work and says he is continually impressed with the Windfall community and with the accomplishments of the graduates who have gone out from our school. Air. DeNoon says he is looking forward to accompanying the Senior Class on its trip to New York and Washington in the Spring. Coac-h Roy Watson's Windfall [Dragons participate in the Cascade High School .Invitational basketball Tournament Tuesday land Wednesday Dec. 29 and 30., in a four-team competition at Cascade, a new high school about five miles west of Plain- fiela. Game times are 7 and 8:30 p. m. each night with Windfall meeting Fillmore High School in the first game Tuesday and EJgewood playing the second against Cascade. Wednesday the first game will be for consolation honors with the championship game at 8:30. Prices are $2.00 lor adults and Si.50 for students with the tickets good for all four games. Cascade is approximately one- fourth mile north of U. S. 40 with a sign on route 40 directing motorists to the school. The Windfall Athletic Department is willing to provide as many buses as necessary to transport students to the'game but Principal DeNoon must know no later than Thursday, Dec. 17, the number of students intending to make the trip so that he can make arange'ments for the number of buses which will be required. Tickets are now on sale and will continue until Friday, Dec. 18. Windfall's "Athlete of the Week" is Gary Stout, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Junior Stout. Interested in athletics since grade school, he has participated in three years of basketball as a scrappy guard, four years of baseball, three years of track and one in cross country. His favorite sport is basketball. Academically, he is studying bookkeeping, health, art, government- and journalism: He is a member of the journalism club., Hi-Y, Lettermen's Club and edi- or of the sports section of the S65 Anemone. During his soph- imore year he coached the 5th and Cth grade basketball team. His hobbies are also athletic and include swimming as we!l as spectator sports. His favorite pass time is dating Peggy Fra- .tt-Axtivo' blonde, senior. By CINDY SWA1M Katie Cox, a senior at Tipton High School, is recipient of the D:A.R. Good Citizens Award. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs Robert P. Cox, Katie is soend senior of Week Windfall High • School's "Senior of the Week" is Peggy Fra- zce, a sparkling personality in the halls of W.H.S. She is 17 and resides with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Frazee. Academically she studies English, typing government, physics and health as well as participating in chorus. Her favorite food is Pizza and blue is her favorite color. Her dramatic favorites are Cary Grant and Sandra Dee. She plans to-attend I. B. M. school after' graduation from Windfall. December Calendar Dec. 5, Westfield game, here. Dec. 11, Frakton game, there. Dec. 1?, 'Fairmont game, here. Dec. 15, Walnut Grove game, there. Dec. 18, Brebeuf game, there. • Dec. IS, beginning of Christmas vacation. Dec. 19, Christmas Dance, school. Dec. 29-30, Holiday Tourney, at Cascade. Blue Devils (Continued from page 1) Ryan 4 3 11 Long 0 0 , 0 Fanyo 6 1 13 Taylor 1- O 2 Hart 2 4 8 TOTALS 25 16 66 TIPTON 25-19-16-16—76 BURRIS 9-22-23-12—66 EXECUTORS PUBLIC SALE WEDNESDAY, DECEMBERS 1964 TIME: 11:00 A.M. ?LACE: Harry Johannes Farm, 1 mile East of State Road 19 and Va mile North of Tipton, Indiana. . By order of Tipton Circuit Court, the undersigned Executor of the Estate of Harry G. Johannes, deceased, will offer at public sale the following described personal property, to wit: Highway Cruiser, G. M. C, 1962, % ton; dump truck with bed, G. M. C, 1948, V* ton; 350 bu. oats; 100 bales alfalfa hay; 150 bales straw; John Deere tractor with 2 row cultivator; crop breaking plow; 7 ft. disc; Dunham culti-mulcher, 8 ft.; Co-op manure spreader; Massey-Ferguson.. 1964 riding mower with snow blower attachment; Smith garden tiller; Baiken garden tractor with attachment; Bolinger weed mower; 2 power lawn mowers; electric lawn mower; hand lawn mowers ;dinner bell; water tank; hog self-feeder; 25 lengths of Vi in. pipe, 21 ft long; 6 scoop shovels; bolt cutter; hydraulic jacks; hand saws; bench grinders; chain saw; Frigidaire; die tap set, 10 hammers; extension ladder; overhead gas tank and stand; electric drill; electric Sander; 2 bench vices; 5 U. S. Royal Master tires, 800 x 15-4 ply rayon; 5 tubes. 800 x 15; Black and Decker electric saw; 6 wooden gates, 12 ft.; 4 wire gates, 10 ft.; 10 rd. fence, new all No. 9 wire; 3 rolls new fence, each 20 rd. No. II filter wire; 2 rolls used fence wire, each 20 rd.; 14 used head posts, red cedar; 75 used line posts, red cedar; 25 new line posts, red cedar, 5 x 7; Co-op electric water heater, new; and Multiplex electric saw. ' ANTIQUES, FURNITURE AND MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Lionel electric train and track set; Edison phonograph and records; single bed, new springs and mattress; love seat and 2 chairs; New Home sewing machine; trunk; bed pillows; bed comfort; Texaco fire engine; suitcases; outdoor ..Santa Claus; clothes hamper; large enamel coffee pot; Aladdin lamp; barbel* weights; 14 qf. Conservo carmer; camping stove; fishing rods; attachments for Rexair sweeper; coffee pots; china bed pan; old fashioned light fixtures; chest of drawers, wardrob«v lard press; sautage grinder; foot stools; flower stands; portable kerosene heater; round outdoor clothes line; wash stand;' crocks,'lard cans; electric chick brooder; 4 table leaves, 42 In.; dishes. TERMS: Cash Not Responsible In Case Of Accident Lunch will be served on premises. Citizens National Bank, Executor O. B. SWINFORD, Auctioneer WILSON WHEATLEY, Attonwy •mi • - i VnVi ii-' ii '"irvr Teliii iTrffrw IVIISIKA ing her first year at T.H.S. having previously attended Jefferson Township High School. At.Tipton she is studying business law, government, shorthand and office practice. Candidates for the award, Judy Lawson, Becky Morris, Carol Pearson, Sandy Galloway, Deena Jones, Lou Ann Allen, Roberta Cochran, Jean Goad, Nila Schulenburg a n d Carol Hoke, were selected for outstanding scholarship on the basis of class standing. Also considered in the selection were dependability, service and leadership. Members of the senior class then voted on the candidates and the three receiving the most votes presented speeches to the faculty which voted for the winner. Drama Club has been working on the presentation of the play "Who Dunit". Under the direction o£ Wayne Wade, Drama Club sponsor, the cast has been rehearsing for over a month. The plot of the story is about. Alexander ' Arlington, a nystery writer- who has been killed and has gone to heaven. He is allowed a day on earth to try to find who killed him. Members of the cast are Creede Hinshaw, Steve Hinkle, Joe James, 'Marta Ancarani. Janet Galloway, Frances Bockover, Janet Farley, Trinna Edwards and Mike Yohe. Student director is Jim Hughes and stage manager is Hal Higgins. Name cards and thank you. notes ordered by the senior class have arrived. Seniors were given their coice of card styling, letter styling and either gold or biack lettering. Band Photo 1 Individual pictures have been taken of the senior band. The colo.-ed photographs made by the Talk'O The Town " profe- sicnal photographers from Detroit, Michigan, now touring Indiana, photographing top bands, will be displayed in a composite in the music library by January. Proofs of tha pictures Were shown on slide projectors to members of the band and their parents. Orders may be placed. A Thanksgiving program was presented November 25 by the Honor Society. Dorothy Hahn told the story of how Thanks- 1 giving has progressed from the first celebration to today's holiday. Jean Goad told of what we should be thankful. A prayer was given by Jerry Carter and Carol Hoke gave a scripture reading. The senior band, under the direction of Mr. Stan Good played "Bless This House" and Thanksgiving Fantasy. The girls glee club, directed by- Mrs. Mary A. Swaim.'sang He, I Believe and Pale Moon. Dan Crouch, Honor Society president narrated the program. The Scholastic Aptitude test I and various Achievement tests are being given today to seniors and juniors. Scores from the tests are sent to the students' chosen colleges for consideration for scholarships and loans. Stated meeting of Rosary chapter No. 66 Order of the East-, ern Star at 7:30 p.nr Tuesday, Masonic Temple. Carolyn Hogwood, W. M. Mable Kennedy, Secretary Send greetings daily with a Christmas gift subscription to THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE. Open House WINNER UN1S PLUMMER 624 N. EAST WON OUR UNIVERSAL HAIRDRYER BLUE FRONT DRUG STORE Matinee Today At 2:00 p.m. DIANA Ends Tonight 2 Shows At 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. '. intharfir5rf <lrlengch,hl !arious ,fiIml ' . Released thru UNITED ARTISTS SUN. & MON. Continued Show Sunday Starting At 2:00 p.m. The most discussed book of the year becomes the most unusual suspense story ever filmed! HENRY FONDA in explosive! CM.UMB1A nCTOBIS MIL SAFE Jl im i YjUHKttKSOKY UlUtt TUES. & WED. GREGORY PECK in "Behold A Pale Horse" 1965 Calendars RELIGIOUS AND WEATHER AVAILABLE Farmer! Loan & Trust Co, 1 CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK OF , TIPTON

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