The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 14, 1964 · Page 6
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Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, December 14, 1964
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PAGE 6 THE TIPTCJN DAILY TRIBUNE Monday, Dec. 14, T 964 . i RAIDS TODAY ; INDIANAPOLIS (UPIMFed- eral authorities were expected today to . conduct additional gambling raids in several Indiana cities following the arrest .of nine persons ;in ^.weekend raids. ' '.i"' "'^ ... Treasury* agents^ and '-'other law enforcement officers raided a house riear-Carmel, two taverns and an apartment he re and. a tavern, at Richmond. Agents confiscated more than $10,000 in cash, a quantity of ' gambling equipment and two automobiles. Authorities said " a house raided near Carmel apparently served as headquarters for a bookmaking ring taking bets on sporting events. Those arrested on a variety of gambilng charges were released on bond after a hearing before U.S. Commissioner Edwin Haerle. Loyal Order of Moose Meeting Tuesday 8:00 E.S.TV RALPH GRAHAM Gov. GHAS. O'TOOLE, Sec. Kiwanis Club Hull's Country Kitchen Tuesday, 6:15 p.m. Richard Smith, President Joe Watson. Secretary Merle Appleton, President David McGaw, Secretary Rotary Club Tuesday, A.-15 p.m. Tom's :afeteri» Court Action James V. Barger vs..Mildred F. Barger. Complaint for divorce/ Submitted to court for hearing on petition to modify decree as to custody of children. Evidence heard. Matter taken under advisement u n t il December 18. ' Eva iBales, ,et al.', vs. George Woolridge, et al. Complaint for partition of reality. Answer of defendant H. Becker to plain tiff's ammended complaint filed. 25W~AriHJvereary y w The Diesel That Did Bt" REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Homer "L. Park, et ux., to Lloyd S. Scheffer, et ux. Lot 5, T. J. Hancock's"North Addition, Tipton. LIVESTOCK INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)—Livestock: Hogs 7,000 ; 25-50 higher; 1-2 190-225 lb 16.65-17.00; mixed 1-3 190-230 lb 16.25-16.75; 230-250 lb 15.50-16.25; sows steady to 25 •higher; 1-3 300-4C0 lb 12.75-13.50; 2-3 4C0-600 lb 11.75-12.75. Cattle 2,200; calves 75; steers strong to 50 higher; heifers strong to 25 higher; choice steers 23.75-24.75; high good and low choice 23.00-23.75; good 21.C0-23.CO; few high good 23.25; choice heifers 22.00-23.00; high choice 23.50; high good and low choice 20.75-22.00; .good 19.0020.50, few 20.75; cows mostly 50, instances 1.00 higher; utility and commercial ' 19.50-13.00; bulls fully steady; utility and commercial 14.00-16.00; vealers fully steady; good and choice 23.00-28.00; few choice. 29.00. Sheep 600; steady; choice and prime wooled lambs 20.00-21.00; good and choice 18.00-20.00; choice and prime shorn lambs 20.C0. LA GRANGE, III. _ Nation's first Diesel- powered, mainline freight locomotive, General Motors No. 103, is shown on tour after leaving the Electro-Motive Division plant here .on the morning of November 25, 1939, to begin an'11-month, 83,000 mile test run over twenty Class I railroads. Number 103 demonstrated conclusively the superiority of the Diesel over steam in hauling heavy tonnages over the toughest grades under all sorts of operating conditions and became known as the "Diesel that did it" in the subsequent replacement of steam power by U.S. and overseas railroads.: (Milwaukee Journal Photo). ' H. B .';$toJ ^5i .ffas\^h 6 no r guest of > ^si^rise « r 'birthday- party, December-1 jnhis homej Present fbj-tha. evening were iJfsv FH, m/Stby^:,. Messer^ «^jaiid *Mesdames ^Leonard• Stovet; Tind -adnSjv'Larrjr Stover" and sons;? Max * Stover, all - of Elj wood; Don -Stover ..and Teri; Joe Hall and. children, .Robert Stover Sr.. and children, John Stover and Jodi and Robert Stover Jr., all of Arcadia; MrsS Bruce Deakyne', of Cicero, and- Mrs. : Richard Buchanan and daughters, of Portmouth, Va.| CHRISTMAS DANCE A Christmas dance sponsor^ ed by the cheer block, cheer leaders and varsity club • of Sharpsville'Prairie school will be| held December 18 at •Sharpsville gym from 8:30 pt m .J to 11:30 p. m.' A queen and king will be elected and crowned at 11 p.m. Two girls and two boys from each class will be candidates tor the honor. The Doyle band of Culver will be the musicians for the dance. THE MAGIC MIRROR BEAUTY SALON WILL BE CLOSED UNTIL JANUARY 5th NEW WESTINGH0USE WASHERS 15 lb. Capacity — Top Loading Heavy Duty Top-Loading Washer LAF200 • 6 Automatic Wash Programs • Prewash Setting • Optional Extra Rinse • Flush Rinse plus Deep Rinse • New Lint Filter and Water Circulation System Regular Wash-and-Spin Speed • Gentle Wash-and- Spin Speed • Automatic Bleach Dispenser • Automatic Fabric Softener Dispenser • 5- Position Water Saver • Cold Water Wash and Rinse • Load Markers • Automatic Safety Lid Lock . All White Porcelain Enamel Tub GAS & ELECTRIC DRYERS TO MATCH! PRICES BEGIN AT $ 219 95 ERVC0INC EAST SIDE SQUARE OS 5-4064 TIPTON, INDIANA ;^ / : Hospital Notes ADMISSIONS: Lulu Shively, Arcadia Rose Marie Reed, Greentown; Beverly Harmon, Kirklin; Mary Jane Wilburn, Tipton; Elizabeth June, Tipton; Helen Morelock, Indianapolis; Beverly Rush, Atlanta; John Hawkins, Arcadia; Mary Smith, Tipton; Mabel Waggon- jer, Kokomo; Mary Cramer, Elwood; Wayne Conway, Green- jtown; Harry Long, Kokomo: John Stroup, Circleville; Cecil Snipes, Kempton; Oscar Harper, Sharpsville; Paul Roadruck, Tipton; Murna Johnson, Tipton; Roberta Daily, El wood ; Marcia Wisehart, Russia vitle; Jesse Ricketts, Atlanta; Claude Tolle, Tipton; Mary Dulworth, Elwood; Gladys Richey, Center, Alice Snow, Tipton; Mary Lou Taylor, Tipton; Ruth Heffelmire, Tipton; Lowell Kinder, Tipton; Sue Stout, Windfall; Michael Deft .Windfall. DISMISSALS: Laura Teter, Tipton; Opal Jeffers, Kemp- ion; Ethel .Spidel,, Atlanta; Mary Castor, Tipton; Lena Rice, Tipton; Michael Bess, Windfall; Halford Garland, Arcadia; Betty Chandler, Kokomo; Dora Lacey, Tipton; Lula Mundell, Arcadia; Mabel Ricketts, Frankfort; Charles Smith, Tipton; Gertrude Carlson, Indianapolis; Flossie Lang, Windfall; Alice Stout, Windfall; Fern JBis- hop, Atlanta; Terry and,Trpy Davis, Tipton; Dorothy Baden, Tipton; Carolyn Cardwell, Tipton; Mary Arnold, Titpon; May Grishaw, Tipton; Besse Thompson, Tipton; Edith Little, Greentown; Dorothy Letsinger, Tipton; Irma Buckland, Tipton; Otto Barnes, Tipton'; Charles R'eece, Kempton; Linda Ploughe, Tipton; Dewitt, Foreman, Windfall; Mary Tomlinson, Elwood; Millie Smith, Tipton; iFlora Cline, Kempton. •BIRTHS: Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Heffelmire, Atlanta, boy, 8:11 p.m., December 11. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Johnson, Tipton, girl, 10:18 a.m., December 13. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Daily, Elwood, girl, 10:25 a.m., December 13. James Kinder (Continued from page 1) through air and through windshield of another vehicle parked at rear. Accused submitted to breath and blood alcohol tests, and was charged with driving while intoxicated and driving on the left side of road." Pleads Nat Guilty Kinley appeared in City Court, Muncie, this morning and entered a plea of not guilty, upon which a trial date was set for March 11, 1965 in Muncie City Court, and the $300 bond upon which he had been released following the accident, was continued until time for the trial. City Court cv 'ficials indicated likelyhood of the case being transferred from City to County Court in which case a May trial date would be set. Trooper Kinder was said to be -suffering from a fractured left leg, fractured left arm, broken iaw and abrasions which included a gash in his back. Recent Appointee Kinder is the sen of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Kinder of Tipton and the husband of the former Linda Burton, daughter of the Ellsworth Burtons, also of Tip- ten. He had been admitted to the Indiana State Police in July of this year and given his own State Police patrol car Dec' 1. He,and his wife are Gaston, Indiana. >>•. CHRISTMAS LUNCHEOM Woman's Society of Christian Service of Kemp Method ist church will have a Christmas luncheon on Wednesday a t 12:45 p. m. in Fellowship nail of the church. All ladies of the church are invited to, attend. Hostesses for the day will be members of Rachel circle. 'Following the luncheon a Christmas program will be presented. The devdtional period will be in charge-- of Mrs. H. V. Morris. The Christmas drama and musical program on "The Birthday, of a < King" has been arrnaged by Mrs. George Cline. Nursery service will be provided. TIDLER ELECTRIC SERVICE SAYS Give RCA VICTOR The Gift That Keeps On Giving* ULTRA-SMART STYLING RCA VICTOR SP 0 RTAB 0 UT TV The DEBONAIR . Series 193-B-57-M' *?v 18" tube (overall dlafl.) 172 «q. in. picture RCA VICTOR JleurVUta. TV • New Compact Table Model TV • Super-powerful.!!New Vlfta" Tuner " From imifc- With Trrtle More People Own RCA VICTOR Than Any Other Television.. Black md White or Color TTJT T)n REVELER 1l*lub«(o»tc «imH «J 1JJ «q. In. ptctm . All-channel VHF and OHF tuning • Improved Power Grid- Tuners' • 18,000-volt chassis (design average) «New RCA tinted Pan-O-Ply picture tube Gunmen Seize $250,000 In Gold Bullion . MONTREAL (UPI)—A hooded gang, its five or six members functioning "like clockwork," early today robbed a freight terminal at Dorval International Airport of gold bullion worth up to $250,000. The armed men took the two boxes of gold bricks, along with a shipment of watches, from the Air Canada terminal' in a lightning -. like raid that took only minutes and left hardly a mark at the holdup scene. According to police, the gang entered the terminal about 4 a.m. EST, handcuffed four em­ ployes and locked them in a shower room, and then made off with the gold and watches. "It was an extremely smooth oparation ... like clockwork," said one investigating officer. •'They obviously knew what they were doing." One of the four employes, none of whom was injured, managed to free himself and called police. Runaway Hog Killed Sunday; Cars Damaged A runaway hog, a moving car and a parked wagon combined Sunday to produce "slaughter on the highway." Carl C. Goodnight, 26, 838 N. Maple St., was heading north on Ind. 19 Sunday evening, when a 250 lb. "darted" out in front of him. He hit the unfortunate porker, knocking it under a station wagon parked alongside the road. The station wagon, belonging to Victor 'Fuller, Sr., RR 2, Sharpsville, had its gas tank demolished, Goodnight's car was damaged to the tune of $100 and the hog, belonging to Chester Baird and Lester Dragoo, was quite dead. BOY MISSING INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — 'Police "today questioned the father of a 15-month old boy missing since last week. Mrs. Norma Young, 22, the mother of the child has stated that the child disappeared when a woman offered to watch him while Mrs. Young did some shopping. When Mrs. Young returned, the woman and the child were gone. A former mental patient was arrested but later released as a suspect. Miss Shaffer "Entertains Club at Christmas Buffet , Mrs. Bess Williams. : . Miss Mary Shaffer -was hostess tor" the. Tuesday Night Bridge club on December 8 :jA turkey dinner was secved b.ijif- fet style. Guests were seated at individual tables decorated in keeping with Christmas. Favors were little, elfs. ; !Each"' giiest had a Christmas stocking hu'ng^onj the mantel which was. filled by Santa Clatis. A gift exchange was enjoyed during the' evening. Winning prizes.' were' Mesdames Raymond, Knapp, jMark .McGill and James Correll Jr. "Other guests were Mesdames Ward Mosbaugh, Glen Hartley, Everett James, Howard Williams and Miss Irene Raquet. ADMITTED TO HOSPITAL Orval Gunkel, 113 South West street has been admitted to Methodist' hospital, Indianapolis for observation. He is in room A-409. PARENTS OF SON Mr. and Mrs. Garry Boughe are parents of a son born on Thursday December 10, at Tipton County hospital. The baby is the first child in the h ome and has been named Terry Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith of Tipton are maternal grandparents and paternal grandpar fints are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bogue, southwest of Windfall. . DOUBLE DOZEN CLUB The annual Christmas dinner meeting of Double Dozen Home Demons'.ration club will be conducted at the Wilburn Party houSe, south of Tipton, Tuesday at.'6:30 p. m. A Christmas program has been planned followed with a gift exchange ro- bring gift and food for baskets, vealing secret pals. Members are tobring four cookies to makeup box for mental patients. Club Calendar MONDAY Christian Builders class — 6 p. Jt m : , Mr. and Mrs. Ray Noble, Hobbs. Rachel, Rebecca circle — 6:15 p.m., Fellowship hall Kemp Methodist church. Democratic Women—6:30 p.m., Mrs. Charles Jaqua, 316 Oak street. May-Ri-Kan 648 — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Thelma Jarrett, Sharpsville. Sigma Delta Pi — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Bill Garman, route 4. TUESDAY Present Day club — 1 p.m., Hull's Country Kitchen. Ash Street Pike club — 1:30 p. m.,". Mrs. Tillie Heffelmire, 230 East Jackson. American War Mothers — 6:30 p.m., American Legion home. Hobbs PTA — 7:30 p.m., Hobbs school. Double Dozen club — 6:30 p.m., Wilburn Party house. Loyal Daughters class — 6:30 p.m., West Street Christian church. ' WEDNESDAY Goldsmith Priscilla club—12:30 p.m., Mrs. Hugh McDermitt. WSCS^-tf:^ p.m., Kemp Methodist Church. Hopewell WSCS—12 noon, Mrs. •Albert Michel, route 3., Hobbs WSCS Family Night — 6 p.m., Hobbs Methodist church. THURSDAY Embroidery circle — 1 p.m., Mrs.. Paul C. Dawson.j ^ioe Columbia Avenue. GET HOLIDAY CASH FOR HOLIDAY SHOPPING and DEBT CONSOLIDATION S 25 To S 1,000 On Signature, Car or Furniture KEN SULT Manager % $tap in or call j 117 N. Main OS 5-7419 Indiana Review 1 (Continued from page 3) and Glen Melling; while the door prize was awarded to Mrs. Noah Scherer. The next meeting will b e with Mrs. Beulah Gibson. • Members present • to enjoy the evening were Mesdames Beulah. Gibson, Osie MiMer? ( Clifton Hudson, Frank Griffin, Noah Scherer, Glen Melling, John Hartley, Charles Waltz, H. B. Stover, Joe Hall and Berne Raquet. Women of Moose (Continued from page 3) meeting was closed in regular form. The attendance prize was awarded to Mrs. Sarah Miller. Mrs. Virginia . Kinder, pianist played appropriate Christmas songs which was followed by a gift exchange. CIRCLE V Members of Circle V of West Street Christian church will meet in the Fellowship room of the church on Wednesday at 12:30 p.-'m. PARENTS OF DAUGHTER Mr. and Mrs. Will Atchely: -afe parents of a daughter born on Friday at 8:37 a.m., at Elwood Mercy hospital. The first child in the home she weighed seven pounds, two and one-half ounces. The mother is the former Betty Dolph .Grandparents are Mrs. Ernest Delph, and Mr: and Mrs. Luke Atchley. CLUB OASIS FEATURING T.HE JESTERS FIVE NITE WEEK Under New Management Sharpsville (Continued from page 3) gifts. Her only ;request was for a pairc of knee- high ; stretch l-hose..,.- ..^-v *; • *\After-the meeting closed a social * hour was*" held* and Christmas gifts were exchanged. Prizes ior ^contests held were won by Mrs. Cleo Scott and Thelma ••Jarrett. ; ? Refreshments'were served by 'Mesdairies James Richards, Donny Rood land Harold Beck. The next meeting will be on January 12, at T:30 p. m. Guests at the home of Mrs. Thelma Jarrett for a r family dinner were Messers and Mesdames J. Bradley. and" family, of Muncie; Lowell Smith and family, of Kempton; Wesley Cash and son, of Chattanooga, Tenn.; A. J. Breslin, of Sydney, Ohio; Welden Rice, of Sharpsville, and Mr. Ross Hufford, of Ekin. CHRISTMAS PARTY Youth of'.Hobbs Christian church will meet at the home of Dawn McCorkle on December 21 for their Christmas party instead of at the parsonage as was previously stated in the Tribune, o DIANA Tonight & Tues. 2 Shows at 7 and 9 p.m. The story of 5 adventurers who ignite a rebellion that staggers a whele continent! :i THE CORMAN COMPANY . 7HL- SCOLOB^DELUXEI RMAVISIOtr utisi a™ UNITED ARTISTS . STEWART GRANGER MICKY ROONEY HENRY SILVA ED "KOOKIE" BYRNES Opens Wed. A western in the grand tradition, that is, beautiful color scenery, rugged, realistic and action-packed story! Rio Conchos RICHARD BOONE STEWART WHITMAN ll 10 DAYS . OF SHOPPING LEFT TILL CHRISTMAS Cooper's Home Furnishings OPEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY TJNTDL 8:30 P.M. OPEN 8 TO 5 MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY WE TAKE EVENING APPOINTMENTS GIVE FROM FALVEYSF^ We are really loaded with sweaters of all types. Just last week a new large shipment of. FALVEYS. Prices i$8.95 to $27.50 YOU CAN'T GO WRONG ... Any gift purchased at FALVEYS ^nay be returned after Christmas for refund or exchange if It does not'fit or is not what the person wanted ... STORE FOR MEN AND BOYS DOWNTOWN, TIPTON

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