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PAGE 6 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Monddy, Dec. 7,1964 Hospital Notes ADMISSIONS: Ona Fielding', Tipton; Frank Suite, T i p t o n; Lena Rice, Tipton; Patricia Piker, Tipton; Glenna Larson, Windfall; Lillian,Arkenau^Iip- tori^rJonria Farley, Atlanta; Mildred W o o d , • Sharpsville; Thomas Robinson Jr., Sheridan; Flossie Case, -Sharpsville; Joyce' Haskett, El wood; -Lowell Dickeson, Sharspville; Ethel •Larries, Rochester; Otto Barnes, Tipton; 3Iary Arnold, Tipton; Linda Hannah, Kok- •omo; Joan Duncan, Tipton; Harold Mott, Tipton; Adeline Kenworthy, Kokomo; Dorothy Letsinger, Tipton; Lawrence Planalp, Tipton; Glen Whisler, Atlanta; Mary Alice Nichols, Tipton; Luella Black, Tipton. . . DISMISSALS: Don Trout, Noblesville; Darry! Addington, Arcadia; Wendy Mc Mannis, .Tipton; Dorothy Bunch, Windfall; Dorothy Harkness, Tipton; Peggy Nelson, Kokomo; . Edith Wiseman, Elwood; Alice Snow, Tipton; David Teter, Goldsmith; Edna Davenport. Tipton; Robert Clark, Windfall; Art Williams. Tipton: Lawrence Planalp, Tipton; Eddie Cline, Atlanta; Reba Howery, T i p- to'n; Lou Miller, Tipton; Garry Camdon, Amboy; Mary Alice Nichols, Tipton; Augusta Rode, Tipton^ . ^BIRTHS:. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Letsinger, Tipton, girl, 4:08 a. m., December 5. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kenworthy, Kokomo, girl. 9:08 a. m., December 5. Mr. and Mrs. .Welgo Haskett, Elwood, boy, 12:10 a. m., December 6. - THIS DRIVER DIDN'T HAVE (BEEP-BEEP) WINTER TIRES —Several young men and another auto with'a chain attempt to get a car from a ditch along an expressway after 10 inches or snow fell on the Chicago area in a few nours. Moose No. 1590 STAG Supper Served From 6:00 p.m. 'Till 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Night, Dec. 8th STRIKE STARTED SOUTH BEND, Ind. (UPI)— Employes of the Bendix Corp. began walking off the job today at the 10 a.m. deadline set for settling terms of a new contract. Bendix is the only one of three major auto parts manufacturers that has not reached tentative agreements on new, contracts with the United Auto Workers union. Bendix employs about 13,000 UAW members, with about three-quarters of them at the South Bend and Mishawaka plants. The agreements reached with Eaton Manufacturing Co. and the Dana Corp., matched the pattern of wage and fringe benefits won from the "big three" auto manufacturers, a UAW spokesman said. COOL MOTORIST LONG BEACH, Calif: (UPI) — Police today were looking for a motorist who wasn't faced a bit over the weekend when his 1S57 Chevrolet overturned twice on the Long Beach freeway. Witnesses fold police the auto flipped end-over-end twice, landing on its wheels. The apparently unperturbed driver just drove off minus his windshield and window glass. Defense discover the comfort O\$WEEP1NG SUPER FLOOR HEAT Don't go through another winter with high fuel bills and cold floors. It costs you nothing to find out how to enjoy super floor heat and slash fuel bills at the same time. GOLDSMITH HARDWARE . Goldsmith, Indiana (Continued from Dage 1) in military strength" with the decrease in military spending. The secretary said the recent closing of military bases around the nation were a step toward this goal. MOTORCYCLE STOLEN The Tipton County Sheriff's Department sent out a statewide alert for a stolen motorcycle Saturday. Roger Veelker, Bloomington, Ind., reported the vehicle missing from a spot about four miles north -of Ind. 28 on U. S. 31. He had left the 1S.64 BMW parked at the roadside Friday night after having motor diffculties and reported it missing after failing to find it when he returned late Saturday morning.' Tipton Comman- dery No. 52 K. T. ' STATED CONCLAVE Mon., Dec. 7 Election of officers. Harold E. Harkness, Commander T. H. Mitchell, Recorder ON THE JOB WINCHESTER, England (UPI)—A truck careened out of control down a hill toward a crowd of shoppers. Policeman Michael Lyons, out on his first patrol only 15 minutes, jumped onto the truck's running board and steered it clear. Lyons, uninjured, was later told he would be cited for bravery. MESSY OFFICE BERKELY, Calif. (UPI) — Student demonstrators at the University of California have been cleared of vandalism charges during their sit-in at the university's administration building. Police reported that the files in the office of U.C. President Emeritus Rorbert G. Sproul had been pulled out and papers "strewn about" the floor. "My office always looks that way," Sproul told police. EKIN Mrs. Eugene Kirby Mr. and Mrs. Lora Gamble and sons, Jimmy and Eddie, have moved from a farm, near Hinkle Creek, to their home in Ekin. QUICK WHISTLE SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) — The Seattle Hungarians soccer team • Sunday beat the San Francisco Teutonia Club, 3-2, but they had the help of the referee. Referee John McFarlane blew the final whistle five minutes early and then disappeared. The San Francisco team' has filed a protest. The annual Sheridan F.FJV. banquet will be held at 7 p.m. on Thursday at Sheridan Community center. Master of ceremonies will be Richard Hendricks, FFA president. Guest speaker will be Dr. Raymond Struck, athletic director of Hanover college. Awards to be presented include the Star Chapter Farmer trophy, the Star Greenhand award. Corn trophy, Swine.trophy, Beef trophy, Dairy trophy, the Sweetheart trophy and many keys. Recent guests of Mr/ and Mrs. Herbert Billingsley and family were Mrs. Jennie Wood, Mrs. Lottie Billingsley and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Billingsley and children. THE ALMANAC Ely United Press International Today is Monday, Dec. 7, the 342nd day of 1964. with 24 to follow. The moon is approaching its first quarter. The morning stars are Venus and Mars. The evening stars are Jupiter and Saturn. On this day in history: In 1787, Delaware became the first state to ratify the U. S. Constitution. In 1808, James Madison won the U. S. presidential election! He defeated Charles Pickney. • In 1931, President 'Herbert Hoover refused to see a group of so-called "hunger marchers" at the White House. In 1941, Japan struck U. S. basis in the Pacific,, bombing Pearl' Harbor, the Philippines, Wake and Guam Islands and the British possessions of Singapore and Hong Kong. A thought for the day —President Franklin b. Roosevelt said: "Never before have we had so little time in which to do so much." SUGAR CREEK CLUB , Sugar Creek Rural Homemakers club will have their Christmas party on Thursday, at Sheridan Community center. A covered \ dish luncheon has been planned for the noon hour. There will be a Christmas program and a fifty cent gift exchange and a mystery pal gift exchanged Members are r e minded to bring a toy for Riley hospital. Mrs. Anna Achenbach entertained with a holiday dinner at her home, near East Union. Guests were Messers and Mesdames Lester Alexander, of Elwood; John Achenbach a'nd children, James Melton a,fid daughters; of Anderson; Argfra Achenbach, James Robinson and sons, of near Whitestown; Warren Alexander and daughter, of Indianapolis, and Mr. Ralph Clendenin, of Anderson. Little New York, Mrs. Eugene Kirby Mr. and Mrs. Russell Smith' were dinner guests Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Freeman and family, near Terhune. 16 DAYS OF SHOPPING LEFT 'TILL CHRISTMAS Cooper's Home Furnishings OPEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY UNTIL 8:30 P.M. OPEN 8 to 5 TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY ~~ WE TAKE EVENING APPOINTMENTS Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Boyer visited recently Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Robbins, at Fairmount. They also stopped in Kokomo to visit Doris Timberman. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Jones , and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wood|rum enjoyed a fish supper recently at Colfax. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mangel and family, of Kempton, were Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Boyer. Mr. 'and Mrs. Roy Boyer \ were recent guests of Mr. and ' Mrs. C. V. Blaine, Sheridan. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lloyd, of Hesper ia, Mich. Mutual (Continued from ..page 1) They also were expected to discuss Britain's desperate economic plight, complicated by a run on the pound sterling, and exchange views on a number of explosive issues in Asia and Africa. i • The President and Wilson both have expressed confidence that they will be able to find some formula to resolve their differences concerning the shape and nature of a proposed NATO nuclear organization. U.S. officials said, however, that much depended on the details of a compromise formula which Wilson is supposed to have brought from London to set against the American project for a NATO nuclear fleet, known officially as the "Multilateral Nuclear Force (MLF)." Find Common Way Johnson, in a speech at Georgetown University Thursday, said the problem was tq "find a common way" to strengthen NATO ties "by sharing the tasks of defense through collective action in meeting the honorable concerns of all." Before leaving London Sunday, Wilson said Britain wanted to make NATO more effective and do it in such a way as to "reduce East-West tension and stop the spread o£ nuclear weapons." This coincides with American objectives. It is on the manner of accomplishing this that the two countries differ. And no matter what the Anglo - American leaders decide, it cannot please De Gaulle. They are committed to ever greater integration of NATO. De Gaulle wants a more "independent" Europe, gathered around his fledgling nuclear force, which would be an "equal partner" with the United States, not under its domination. Adams Township Farm Bureau Holiday Dinner Mrs. Eugene Kirby The annual Thanksgiving dinner for Adams Township Farm Bureau was held at vSheridan Community center. Approximately 10O persons were pre'sent to enjoy the evening. ; Following '•• the dinner, .the ineeting was in charge o f George Heffelmire, chairman. [TJevotions were led by .RevJ 'Jesse Griffith, minister of Church of God; In behalf' of Future Farmers of America. Dan Ogle thanked members for helping to sponsor the group, of boys, including himself, to the National FFA convention. - • . Musical entertainment was furnished by the'Allison Male- chorus, who presented a se-: lection of old songs, a song played on the piano by the accompanist and sacred music. , : Mrs. Maude Kercheval, S-B leader, gave a report on the Farm Bureau's annual convention held in Indianapolis during three days in November. One of the highlights of the convention was a talk by Dr. Vincent Peale, of Marble Collegiate church in , New York City. His subject was, "Why Positive Thinkers Get Positive Results." " New officers were elected and they will be installed at the first part'of the new year. FOREIGN NEWS By PHIL NEWSOM •UPI Foreign News Analyst PSI IOTA XI Mrs. Max Burgan, route 5 will be hostess on Tuesday at 8 p. m., for members of Psi Iota Xi sorority at their December -business meeting. REBEKAH LODGE Tipton Rebekah - lodge will meet at the lodge hall on .Thursday for their Christmas party. A fifty cent gift ex change will be conducted. SILVER BELLES The annual Christmas party of. Silver Belles Home Demonstration club will be conducted on Thursday at 6 p. m. at Wil burn's party house. PLUM GOVE CLUB Plum Grove Home Demonstration club will meet - for a Christmas dinner on Wednesday at 12 noon at the home of Mrs. William Kendall. Members are to bring a covered dish and a dollar grab bag gift. BIRTHDAY DINNER. 'A'birttiday dinner was given f8r Cari Overdorf at' his* home by his wife. Persons pre'sent to help him celebrate were Messers and Mesdames' Eugene Overdorf, Tipton; Richard Overdorf and; sons Bret and Scott, of Anderson; -Dennis Overdorf and daughters Deborah'and Susan, of Columbus and Will Mattox, of. Indianapolis. Mr. , and Mrs.' Preston What kind of a tiger do you want under .your hood? (Have you priced a tiger lately?) If you're bandy with a whip and chajr, go.for the 360-hp GTO. It bites. But then, even the 335-hp GTO bites. If you 1 QllicR WldB-TfaCk TiOGrS wantaslightiymorecivilizedpackage(butwithlotsoftheGTOmuscle),trytheLeMans.Youcangetltwlthaslxor Dnn x|_„ | a u ano o nrn either of two V-8s. They all have bucket seats. Carpeting. And cost less than some tame cats. So go price a tipper. rOOUaC LS Mans « tl IU SEE THE NEW BONNEVILLE, STAR CHIEF, GRAND PRIX, CATAUNA, LEMANS, GTO AND TEMPEST AT YOUR AUTHORIZED PONTIAC DEALER. SERVICE MOTOR CO. INC. 123 South Indep. St. Tipton OS 5-4549 Ploughe entertained for a holiday dinner at their home, near Pickard. Guests were ; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth King and family, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sotzing and Sandra, Mr. and Mrs. : Preston Wyne 'Ploughe. Other supper guests were Messers and Mesdames William Ploughe and family, Jim Ploughe and family and John Thompson and family. VICTORY DINNER A pitch-in dinner will be held on Thursday at 6 p. m. at the 4-H building to celebrate the victory, of the democratic candidates in the recent; election. Meat, rolls and coffee will be furnished by the central com- mitee and the ladies Democratic club.: Everyone is invited.' President Charles de Gaulle's comfortable '. majority' in the French Chamber of Deputies assures that so far as France is concerned, he will continue to have his way; But many Frenchmen- are unhappy over his pursuit.of the grandeur of France. Businessmen are • unhappy over anti-inflation measures which are making profits harder to'get.and slowing down the French economy. Workers in .state-rim industries are unhappy over government refusal to grant wage increases in excess of 4 per cent per year. And France's allies are not alone in their unhappiness over De Gaulle's determination to push his . independent nuclear renc. At home, his opposition on both right and left is grumbling over his projected five - year [program for economic and mili- Itary development, including $11 billion for thermo-nuclear weapons and their means of delivery. Slows Down Economy (Far from contributing to the French economy, the arms program will slow it further. Farmers are unhappy because the government continues to re [ject demands for price increases. As De Gaulle spread good will and French prestige in ISouth America during September and October, dairy farmers were staging a milk strike: It was in February, 1963, that the government began taking the .mefasures which now are 'having their effect. In the last year retail prices lhad jumped nearly 5 per cent, the greatest increase in 10 'years. Food prices were going up week by-week. . • Freezes Prices In its first step, the government, tightened credits both on industrialists and consumers buying on the installment plan. Later came a freeze on prices land profit margins of a wide list of consumer goods. Taxes went up. These and other measures lhad .the desired effect of cool- 'jng off the French economy, j But-now from both industry and labor.'comes the complaint that government-restrictive action has' gone too far. On Dec. 11,.'an-estimated 1.5 million'^ state' employes have scheduled a. 24-hour protest strike against government wage policies -.which, they claim, neither have .kept pace with the rise in the cost of living nor with increases-granted to workers 'in private'industry. Should other" workers join the state 'employes; some four million' could be involved and the / '". i& - ' pubUc^once 1tfaP £&t '>&f from electricity, ig& an&teatasport. Car Sales Down In industry, soft spots are developing, indicating a slowing of the French boom. Sales of French cars are down 5 per cent from a year age. Retail sales are down 10 per cent, and a slump in orders has been noted in the important machine-tool industry, often regarded as an economic barometer. Opponents of the government program charge that the new five-year plan does not go far enough in public-welfare projects such as public housing and roads. And they say austerity measures to date do not take into account obsolete machinery and an old-fashioned distribution system. The result is concern not only among Frenchmen "but among France's European Common Market partners as well. An economic downturn in France could affect all. .j^B^Cr Rofary • Club ^SSfe Tue5day ' JL ^K Tom ' sCafsler, • Merle Appleton, President David McGaw, Secretary Loyal Order of Moose Meeting Tuesday 8:00 E.S.T. RALPH GRAHAM Gov. CHAS. O'TOOLE, Sec. Kiwanis Club Hull's Country Kitchen Tuesday, 6:15 p.m. Richard Smith, President Joe Watson, Secretary Send greetings daily with a Christmas gift subscription to THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE. DEMOCRAT VICTORY PITCH-IN SUPPER at the 4-H Building Dec. 10 at 6:00 p.m. EVERYONE WELCOME OBITUARIES MOSCOW (UPI) —Vasily F. Popov, former chairman of the board of the U.S.S.R. State Bank; has died at the age of 61, it was announced today. He died Dec. 3, the Commu- :jist party organ Pravda said. PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y. (UPI)—John J. ;?loherty, 87, artist, writer and photographer, died Thursday night. 'His books were aimed largely at helping young people learn . about the world and careers. Send greetings daily with a Christmas gift subscription to THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE. ELK'S , STAG This Wed. Dec. 9 i FREE VENISON SUPPER ' 6:00 - 7:00 P.M. All Elks invited to attend DIANA Ends Tonight 2 Shows at 7 & 9:05 P.M. \\\\%f£' COLUMBIAPtCTURCS Vtl FAILSAFE timet ma Tues. & Wed. Three Great Male Start, Gregory Peek, Anthony Qulnn and Omar Sharif; in a Tale of Suspense, Purusit and Courage. A siory of tuspwtse, pursuit and - couragg... •FRtoZINNEMANN GREGORY PECK ANTHONY 0UINN OMAR SHARIF Thrill your Child with a letter from Santa Visit our Santa Post Office and select one of our gay, colorful letters and envelopes, FREE! Mail the letters you choose in our special mail box and we will have them sent from the famous Santa Claus Post Office in Santa Claus, Indiana. The special child in your life Will be delighted with this positive prooJMha$ .f there is a Sarrfi Clausi ' 1 .oan

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