The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 15, 1964 · Page 6
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Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, December 15, 1964
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PAGE 6 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Tuesday, Dec. \5, 1964 Rebe.kah-i.odge^ Conducts Meeting , Members •af-j.Rebekab.- l*) met on Thufsaay 'Decenjber.10 with their-. Noble 1 Gantt• U rs . Hershel VanBriggle.: Warden, Mrs. Irma Pritchard declared the meeting opened at 7:45 p. m. • The opening prayer was given by Mrs. Winona Achenbach. Pledge of allegiance was given to the flag. The Noble Grand read the history of the Christmas carols and "When the -Train Comes In" by Barton Ruse Pogue. The following officers were elected for the coming year Mrs. Don Clouse, Noble Grand; , Mrs. Medra Watson, vice grand; Ethel Lambert, secretary; Mrs. Goldie Quear, treasurer, and Mrs. Malcom Porter, financial secretary. Following the close of the lod^e members and a guest, Bell Tucker, of Muncie were i""i«/»ri jnto the lounge where a Christmas tree was lighted and laden with gifts. Refreshments were served from a table decorated in the Christmas motif. Called meeting • Saturday of Rosary Chapter for Injtia- t'n a t Masonic Hall, 7 p,m, CAROLYN HOGWOOD W.M. MABEL KENNEDY, Sec. Mrs. Learning Entertains Bridge Club at Luncheon Mrs. Bess Williams Wednesday Afternoon Bridge club met with Mrs.' V.V. Learning on December. 2 for; a 12:30 p. m. luncheon. iPrizes" for games which followed were awarded to Me3- dames Learning,. jgaul. Apple and Charles Heflin: ' ',.' "'.[. : ~ Other guests wer"e.MeSdames Don Cusick, Floyd • Cunningham, Berne Raquet/ William Kelsey and Ward Mosbaugh.- Hospital Notes ADMISSIONS: Cornells Fox, Tipton; Bonnie Parker, Forest; Kathryn Mannis, Tipton; Mariorie Henry, Tipton; -Thomas England, . Tipton; Betty Julia, Elwood. DISMISSALS: Ruth Heffelmire, Tipton. BIRTHS: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harmon, Kirklin, girl, 6:33 p. m., December 14. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Reed, Greentown, girl, G:02 a.m., December 14. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Parker, Forest, boy, 7:15 a.m., December 15. 55 There's still TIME TO OPEN A CHRISTMAS CLUB ACCOUNT fora "Pre-paid Christmas next year! CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK OF TIPTON SIGN CLEARERS LONDON (UPI)—The Guild of Lady Drivers asked Minister of Transport Tom Eraser to form a wom'an team to keep road signs clear in winter. ELK'S MEETING This Wed.', Dec. 16 8:00 P.M. FREE LUNCH AFTER Four-Leaf Clover Club Meeting Mrs. Eugene Kirby The enrollment meeting for Four-Leaf Clover clubs was held on Wednesday evening at Sheridan. Officers were elected during the-meeting. • / : ' Senior ..-club -officers ...elected were E^die Heffemire^ .vice president,' ; Mark Sims; 'secretary - treasurer, Tom- Mundy; reporter, Bill Wilson;: .hea^h and safety director, Ronnie eJohnson; song leaders, Bob Boyer -and Karen Pearson; re- chairman, Susan Kendall; and chaplain, Jerry Jenkins. Junior club officers elected were president, Bob Cline; vice president, Doug Moore; secretary-treasurer, Gary Fulton; . reporter, Juanita Kirby; health and safety director, Jim Manier; song leaders, Doreen Hillock and Sandra Pearson, and recreation and i refreshment chairman, Jeff Moore. Leaders are Warren Pickett and-Noble Ross. Cassie (Continued from page 4) ington upset Furman 81-57 with Mark Clark scoring 16 points; soph Cletus Edmonds connected for 27 points to pace Loyola (111.) to a 117-85 victory over Middle Tennessee State; Bob Purkhise'r's four points in the final 42.seconds enabled Purdue to down South Dakota 8-77; Jim Boshart scored two free throws in the'last, six seconds to give Wake Forest a 75-74 win over Virginia Tech and Eastern Kentucky State whipped Syracuse 79-69 in other games. 18 Injured (Continued from cage 1) like shrapnel and others were being x-rayed for possible broken bones and internal injuries. Miss Karen Pearson, of near Ekin, was among Hamilton county 4-H members to receive the achievement trip to Chicago, November 27 to 29. The group stayed at Pick Congess hotel and visited many places of interest. Wichita (Continued from page 4) 8. St. Louis (3-1) 102 9. Kentucky (3-1) 83 10. Indiana (2) (4-0) 69 Second 10 — 11, St. John's (N.Y.) 46; 12 , St. Joseph's CPa.) 41; 13, Davidson 37; 14, Penn State 34;. 15, Illinois 26; 16, Villanova 24; 17, Nebraska 21; 18, Bradley 11; 19, Notre Dame 10; 20, Brigham Young 9. OPEN EVERY NIGHT UNTIL CHRISTMAS . ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY WEDNESDAY SURPRISE! DACRON AND AVRON SINHUE DRESSES only $ 5 For misses, juniors, half sizes! Our own dresses of Dacron 0 polyester and Avron rayon Sinhue noted for their perfect poise, silky manners, ease- of-care! Plaids'or stripes in casual styles with Penney's built-in quality featues to make them worth more! 7 to 15, 10 to 20, 14% to 24%. Cosiest Quilt! Our "Dreamy DUSTER! 10 to 18 $ 5 Relax and. feel snug in smooth, cuddle-soft acetate, tricot quilt,with Kodel polyester f ibeirfill interlining. Choose from 2 loVely' styles. ': pp. LEBANON, Ind. (UPI)—The injured in' the school bus-truck collision, all from the Thorntown area. The students ranged in age from 6 to 13. Les Wilkins, 41, Thorntown, the bus driver Roger Hinton Janice Maze Jane Maze, a sister Mike Thrine Jane Thrine, a sister Kathie. Lynn Thrine, a sister Charlotte Matthews ; Ronnie Emberton Cynthia Trage Thomas Trage, a brother Sandra Rowland Vickie Bushman Gary Bedington Danny Lawson Cynthia Lawson, a sister Carolyn Russler Connie Reagan SPEEDING CHARGED .. Carl Lewis, 40, Kokqmo, has 'been slated to appear in City Court January 8, on charges of speeding. Lewis was stopped Saturday by State Trooper Earl Francis on U.S. 31 as he was traveling 80 m.p.h. Santa Claus (Continued from page 1) Citizens National Bank, French Steam Dye Works. Guilkey's Coal Company, Pioneer Hybrid Corn & Hy-Line Chicks, Tipton Building and Loan, Ritz Insurance, A. :B. Cochran & Son, Tipton Telephone, Leavell & Bates L o_,a,n Co.,-: Home Trade Shoe Store, Served, Inc., McGraws Food Store, Farmers Oil a'ftd Tire Co., Flowers by Jim, Bobs Auto Parts, Bud Ripberger's Piano Bar, Bill Comptpn's Barber Shop, Polar Bear Frozen Custard, Carter's . Cafeteria, Deering Cleaners, Tipton Clinic, First 'Federal Savings and Loan, Rhodes Jewelry Store, Moore Brothers Chevrolet, Local Finance, Ross & Doggett Body Shop, Tipton Meat Market. Tidler's RCA-Victor T-V & Appliances, BowI-o-Drome Dining Room and Cafeteria, Farm Bureau Co-Op, D. A. Murray Co., Fosters Furniture, House of Harter, Perry's Stand ard Service, John's Moble Service, Tipton Cleaners, Young-Nichols Funeral Home, Clint's Marathon Service, Titpon Friendly Club, Zig's Recreation Center, Baxter Motor _ Sales, Walsh's Service Station, Stokely-Van Camp, Osbon Gulf Service. DIANA Ends Tonight 2 Shows at 7 & 9 P.M. I THE CORMAN COMPANY,, THE SECRET [COLOR t,paugi PANAV1S10N* . n<aat to UNITED ARTISTS Wed. thru Sat. A western in the grand tradi r tion: Beautiful. technicolor scenery, and- a rugged, realistic, action-packed story! CIIEKISCIFV- CUM U DE LIU a RICHARD BOONE STUART WHITMAN TONY FRANCIOSA Opens Sunday "THE YOUNG LOVER*" County Council (Continued from page 1) that asked for by the various departments. The Highway fund balanced at $18,750, reductions meeting additional, and was also approved by the County Council —= c-— CHANGES NEEDED BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (UPI)— Indiana University's fieldhouse, only a few years o'd, may have to undergo some changes to be in step with the fire marshal's building code. Inspectors for State Fire Marshal Ira J. Anderson have been busy all fall surveying the 64 Indiana high school basketball sectional tourney sites and many of them had to install additional exits to comply with the regulations. So far, the IU fieldhouse has not been surveyed, but officials indicated the structure would be inspected as soon as possible. One unofficial measurement showed that "legally," only about 4,400 seats conformed with fire marshal regulations. The fieldhouse seats more than 10,000 and a near capacity crowd was on hand for last Saturday's IU-North Carolina basketball game. Monday night's attendance for the DePaul game was listed as about 7,300. Steele relVrictfb ^'i^bnWifmnii! so as to reduce their ability to improve -.for .the benefit-'ofe-al£''J v ">.' ifl The industry also - cited the rise of products such' as plastics and, aluminum, plus increases in foreign steel imports to -date have cost about 35,000 American jobs. :: "Increased employment security of the steelworkers will continue, to depend directly upon the of American steel and* steel products. That, in turn, will depend primarily on the ability'of the companies to make their costs more competitive with those of steelmakers abroad and the producers of other materials at home. "... We hope the United Steelworkers union intends to negotiate — as we must — on the basis of the actual status of the industry. The task of the parties in arriving at sound labor agreements is an enormous undertaking. It calls for the highest order of effort, cooperation, and responsibility." Thus, it said, an early accord would be of universal benefit. It added, however: Regrets Notice "We regret that the union's Wage Policy Committee has called on its officers to serve re-opening notices by January 1, 1965. We hope that the union will reconsider this position and not put the country to the disturbance of a potential crisis date. The union must know that reopening notices will not induce the companies to grant demands that are economically unacceptable." The union is permitted to terminate the current contract Jan. 1 and strike May 1. Another problem confronting the industry is the fight between McDonald and I. W. Abel, USW secretary-treasurer, for the union's presidency. The election is scheduled for Feb. 9 and management fears a get- tough' policy. The union said it wants a substantial wage increase, estimated to be about 15 cents an hour, and fringe benefits in a package totaling about 43 cents an hour. Members of the "big 11" are U. S. Steel, Armco, Bethlehem, Colorado Fuel & Iron, Great Lakes, Inland, Jones & Laughlin, Pittsburgh, Republic, Wheeling, and Youngstown Sheet & Tube. Kaiser Steel, also a major producer, withdrew from the group after the 116 : day., strike of 1959-60 and ( ,npw bargains independently. SENTENCE STUDIED INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — A pre-sentence investigation was under way today for John R. Bramberger, 40, who pleaded guilty to reckless homicide and involuntary manslaughter charges. Bamberger entered the pleas before Criminal Judge Saul I. Rabb Monday in • connection with the April traffic death of, Mrs. Donna Beasley, 21, also of Indianapolis. The woman died a day after her car collided headon with one operated by Bramberger near here. No big sum to"Sock-Away" for Christmas! I? Pi tit LAYAWAY YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS NOW! ONLY RESERVES A BULOVA Get the Jump on Christmas reserve your.... BULOVAnowJ' Foster's Jewelry * fricat Intlude F«Jtrol Tot ' . ; i Each'and «y«Fy Bulma waumrool wotdi li tattd <mJ rartlhid vremT-oer b» MM UMMO) Slal.i Twllno CO .. Inc. «Wal»rprool ei long oi cow, cfyllol and crown or» Inloct. INSTANT SEATS WASHINGTON (UPI) —Eleven of the nation's airlines have' combined their electronic reservations systems to give passengers instant seat availability no matter which carrier they are contacting. The announcement Sunday meant that for the first time major airlines have agreed to use their data processing equipment to store each other's flight availability information. CLUB OASIS FEATURING THE JESTERS FIVE NITE WEEK Under New Management Auto Industry y ' DETROIT (UPI) — The auto industry^ reported: booming sales during-, the first -10 days of ' December with car shipments at normal' following labor difficulties. • ' ' General Motors divisions" reported records and Ford divisions said sales were surging as dealers' supplies were increased following a two - week strike by the. United Auto Workers Union. M. S. McLaughlin, Ford division assistant general sales manager, said combined Ford car-truck sales .for the Dec. 1;10 period were the third highest for the period in division history despite shortages in popular models. Ford posted a daily selling rate of 5,726 for the period. The car rate was 4,636, or 41,725 units, and the truck sales came to 1,090 per day, for a total of 9,809. Combined car-truck sales for the year to date totaled 2,051,653—the highest in Ford division history and an increase of 9 per cent over the same year- to-date period last year. Lincoln-Mercury division reported sales for the period of 8.598, compared with 8,423 during the same period last year. So far this year, division sales totaled 332,277, an 8 per cent increase over the same period last year. Pontiac division said sales in the first 10 days of December were the highest for the period in the history of the division. During the 10 days, Pontiac reported sales of 26,005 units, a 32 per cent increase over the 19,646 sales in the comparable period last year. Cadillac said its sales were a record for any December selling period. Cadillac sold 6,076 units, compared with 4,778 in the same period last year. STEW HAINES GARAGE ROR AUTO REPAIRS FRONT END ALIGNMENT WHEEL BALANCE Service on all makes 614 E.'North OS 5-4500 BURNED TO DEATH ; .SpkrifOFrEii>, Mass. (Upi) crA -t .^f^-whlpj^ftre^^flashed through a two-story wooden apartment house early today in the'.«*6wded*<Pilbfto iRican section- ot^is <ijy. killing four children'as tfiey'slept. Three of the children were from the same- family. Their parents and three of their other children were burned, all but one critically. • Mercy Hospital officials identified the dead as one.-year-oid Minerva, Franklin, 2, and Maria, 8, children of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Sanchez; and Sonia Torres, 1. The Torres girl was the daughter of a friend and was being cared for by the Sanchez family. In critical condition at Mercy Hospital were Martin Sanchez, 32, his 29-year-old wife Antonia and two of their children, William, 6, and Santos. 12. The y suffered from smoke inhalation and burns. In good condition was another Sanchez child, 4-year-old Ester, who suffered from smoke inhalation. RECEIVES ADDRESS The Tribune has received the address of Robert E. Purvis which follows: Pfc. Robert Purvis, RA 23033676, Bat. 6 40th Artillery, APO 165, New- York, N. Y. " PRINCESS GARDNER® FRENCH PURSE Attractive design of Snake, Suede and Kid decorated with touches of gold marking on Buffalo Calf. Fashion colors. '5.011 Matching 1295 pieces ( from P'.-JS tax Plus tax ieweler HTODAY'S THOUGHT* By PHIL NICHOLS " Pre-Christmas thoughts . . .Christmas will soon be here. A season for giving and receiving. A season of gladness for most of us. A season of grieving and sadness for some of us. A season of religious dedication for too few of us. A season of memories for all of us. Christmas always has been, is, and •always will be a season for gladness and sadness. It has been that way since the beginning. Just as His birth brought gladness to the world. His birth also brought sadness. His birth triggered- the slaughter of many babies in the futile attempt to rid the world of the heralded King of Kings. These murdered babies were loved by sad, grieving parents, just as He was loved. In our own Christmas gladness or.sadness, let us pause and ponder the only reason for the season. We celebrate the birth of the Babe of Bethlehem. While those of us with faith know He is ever with us, let us pause and ponder what [He would say If He put in a personal appearance as He sees; us celebrate His birth in our varied manner. Let us pause and ponder. De we give Him reason for gladness—or sadness? The answer we come up with can easily bring our own immediate gladenss—or eventual sadness. PHIL NICHOLS, Young-Nichols Funeral Home Phone OS 5-4780 . 216 W. Jefferson INDIANA GAS & WATER CO., INC. BARGAIN DAYS 3 DAYS ONLY December 17,18,19 HOURS Thurs., 8-8; Fri., 8-8; Sat., 9-4 INDIANA F * V ; & WATER COMPANY, INC. LIVE MODERN, FOR LESS, WITH

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