The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 17, 1964 · Page 6
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Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, December 17, 1964
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PAGE 6 THE TIPTON DAILY TR1BUME F J, Thursday, Dec. 17,1964 U.S. Loser v a seizes of slashing attacks by the guerrillas. He indicated the figure may go even higher if the government is ever able to recapture enough ground in the An Lao valley to find out what happened to. the unaccounted for .militiamen there: The government has never been able to break the guerrilla stranglehold on the southern bottleneck entrance to the narrow valley. SENTENCED SAN DIEGO, Calif. (UPI) — Mrs.-Lillian Irene Cullimore, Ho, was-sentenced to six monthsUo lO^years in prison Tuesday for the -fatal stabbing last Sept. "* of her husband, Hugh. . Mrs. Cullimore, who original ly was charged with murder, pleaded guilty earlier to an involuntary manslaughter charge, The district attorney said her husband was stabbed to death with an ice pick when he ap parently attacked his wife at their home here. The couple formerly lived in Columbia City, Ind. '-^^^^^^^^^^ "Van Camp" Precision [jfljPP^ 3/8" POWER DRILL Mfg. 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But it was evident the conferees had failed to budge French President Charles de Gaulle from his opposition to U.S. leadership of the defense of Europe. It appeared U.S. Secretary of State Dean Husk, in two meet ings with De Gaulle, had little success in his attempts to dispel the French feeling the Americans are seeking to isolate France in the Western Alliance. The talks made it clear, however, that despite any political differences the alliance has retained its military strength. Economic Development The communique 'went on to say that the ministers reaffirmed the need for speeding yp economic development in G'reece and Turkey. It announced that they "established a procedure," which was not spoiled out, aimed at "contributing to the solution of. the special defense problems of Greece and Turkey." It said the council also renewed the "watchdog" assignment given to NATO Secretary General Manlio Brosio to help solve the Cyprus crisis. Two days of vigorous debate and a flurry of private meetings, dramatized the differences of opinion —particularly between France ana the United States—as to who should provide nuclear protection for whom. U.S. Secretary of State Dean Rusk was flying back to Wasti- ngton today, after attending a final council meeting to approve the usual communique and conferring with French Couve de Murville. Quickly Arranged The Couve de Murville-Rusk session, arranged hastily Wednesday night, came after Rusk's second long conference of the week with 'French President Charles de Gaulle* The secretary told De Gaulle that the United States was deeply concerned over the possible' spread of nuclear weapons to nations not having them now. We resumed the talks we had two days ago, which had not been completed," Rusk said after the session, "and went further into the question of non- dissemination of nuclear weap- os, which has become somewhat more of a problem since the (Communist) Chinese detonation." The French 'leader was. said to have agreed on the desirabil­ ityof • preventing n u c.l e'a'r i spread. No other details of the conversation' were available. The principals in the nuclear debate have been France, which intends to develop its own national nuclear deterrent, and other Allies — particularly the United States and West Germany—who propose a cooperative force for the defense of the West. . American officials' went to! some lengths to maintain that French-American relations were better because of the meeting, but in net the council session appeared to have widened the gap between France and her principal partners on the issue of nuclear warfare policy. < However, it was disclosed that France had agreed to discuss the possibility of cooperation between its fledgling nuclear air force and the mighty U.S. Strategic. Air Command. It conceded that no agreement had been reached-on the subject here.- Malfeasance (Continued from page 1) office. 'v 'ii^ The former state official, who •managed Kerner's campaign for reelection this fall until the charges came to light, is accused of obtaining fees" from two envelope companies doing business with the state. A county grand jury also indicted John J .Lang, former superintendent of the printing section of the Illinois Department of Finance, on related charges. Kerer who was reelected to a. second term as governor, told newsmen, ."an indictment is a very serious thing, of course, but under our system of government a man is always inno cent until proven guilty. The defendant will have a chance to present his case in the trial." In Omaha, the grand jury indictment of Mayor Dworak and four others on bribery charges in connection with a million-dollar apartment project, brought counterclaims from accuser and accused. The charges against Dworak were brought by John B. Coleman, a Chicago builder, who said Dworak agreed to pocket a $25,000 "campaign contribution" in exchange for a promise not to veto a rezoning action for a $1 million apartment project. Asked why he offered the money and then made his charges public, Coleman said, 'I cannot and will not do business with grafters. With the advice of responsible- people in Omaha I decided to stay and expose this corruption." Dworak told newsmen he had been "playing along" with Coleman in order to gather evidence against him. Named with Dworak were city councilmen Ernest Adams and Stephen Novak; former city planning board member C. R. Buttner; and contractor Ronald Abboud. Give Gift Certificates for Knapp shoes. Phone Walter Batts, Tipton, Indiana C -67 Tipton County Library open Monday-Wednesday- Friday till 8:00 p.m. C-tf FREE FREE FREE $ 650 RCA VICTOR COLOR TV $ 50 Bicycle '29" FM Radio December 19th, 3 P.M. DON'T MISS THE EXCITEMENT—BE SURE AND ATTEND, YOU MAY BE A WINNER Carters Super Market "ON THE SQUARE" Republicans (Continued from page 1) To encourage shorter sessions they took a firm stand .against the "I.T.&T." club, a legendary House institution' whose members like to spend much of .their time at home in nearby.; ^big Eastern states. They are usually "in Tuesday and out Thursday" as far as the House is concerned. Wednesday's meeting was forced by the dissident bloc, over Halleck's objections, with the idea that a discussion of assorted moves to rebuild" ,the party might crystalize complaints against Halleck. But Halleck knows about palace revolts, since he got the'job by conducting one against veteran Rep. 'Joseph W. Martin Jr. six years ago. So he jumped on the reform bandwagon, calling for, among other things,' creation of a new party "mechanism" outside the GOP National Committee to try to pull warring republican factions together. , . This was never put to a vote. Later, a'more far-reaching proposal bj' the liberal bloc, to embrace a recent call by Republican governors for the ouster of Burch, was withdrawn for lack of a quorum. Santa Claus (Continued from oage 1) Frank Stallori, Salem, Wis., asked nothing for himself but wrote only for "a spice rack for my mother please." Debbie Daley, Mt. Pleasant, S. C, wrote, "I want anything you want me to have." Members of the Santa Claus American Legion and.Forty and Eight serve as Santa's helpers, along with other groups, in answering, the children. The replies from Santa Claus make no promises and explain that, "I may not be able to bring you everything you want, but I'll try and do my best." TOP CORN GROWER LAFAYETTE, Ind. (UPI) — Harold Memmer, 15, R.R. 1, Poseyville, was the 1964 winner of the Indiana Junior 'Five-Acre Corn-Growing contest with an average yield of 212 Dushels per acre. The boy, winner of the Posey County contest for the past three years, was named Wednesday. A sophomore at North Posey High School, he helps his par' ents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Memmer, operate a 240-acre corn and hog farm in addition to tending his own corn. plot. Runners-up in the contest were Michael Harper, R.R. 2, Tipton; David Swaim, R.R. 1, Marshall, and Warren Young, HIGH AND LOW NEW YORK (UPI)—The lowest temperature reported toiJhe U. S. Weather Bureau this morning, excluding Alaska and Hawaii, was 38 below. a.tiBtiftef Mont. The high Wednesday was' 81 at Alice, Tex. ' ! • HOLIDAY IN TEXAS WASHINGTON (UPI)—President Johnson plans to spend. th.e,| Christmas holidays at his ranch in Texas. . He told newsmen Wednesday he may have conferences at the ranch with government officials and others on his forthcoming messages to Congress. The Chief Executive did not indicate when' he would leave for Texas or how long he would' stay. He is scheduled to be in Washington, js . late. :as Friday when he will light the national Christmas tree. Something New IN Entertainment "The One Man Band" AT 132 CLUB This Friday Night -iFATALLY «r 'art STABBED . FORT WAYNE, Ind. (UPI)— Allen County Prosecutor Walter E. Helmke awaited an autopsy Jxeport today before filing formal' charges .in the fatal stabbing Tuesday of Richard Byrd, 38, a Fort Wayne painting contractor. »-Byrd was -stabbed fatally during an argument with his wife •at the'-apartment of a friend and police said.Mrs. Margaret Alice Byrd, 34, had admitted stabbing her husband with a 10- inch carving knife. Mrs. Byrd was held in lieu of $25,000 bond on a preliminary charge bf assault with a deadly weapon with intent to commit a felony. Officers said the knife severed an artery in the victim's leg and he bled to' death while his wife was calling police. Hospital Motes ADMISSIONS: Glenna .Stand- erford, Russia ville; Re gin a Hinds, Tipton; Johnny Roe, Tipton; Bernard Luttrell, Tipton; Charles McTaggert, Tipton; Odess Francis, Windfall; Clyde Haskett, Tipton; Charles Johnson, Greentown; Helen Planalp, Tipton; Mabel Callahan, Tipton. DISMISSALS: Mary Jane Wilburn, Tipton; Thomas England, Tipton; Cary Straley, Tipton; John Stroup, Scircleville; Claude Toile, Tipton; Mary Smith, Tipton; Erlene Leach, Atlanta. BIRTHS: Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Planalp, - Tipton, boy, 3j42 p. m., December 16. AMBULANCE SERVICE anytime Day or Night Our Two Ambulances Are,Fully Equipped With Oxygen ^IJoung. - *YJicho£& FUNERAL HOME 216 W. Jefferson OS 5-4780 DIANA Now thru Sat. Matinee Saturday At 2 p.m. A new Western adventure with beautiful Technicolor scenery and a rugged, action- packed story I ! 20,. - TkBlUMKU ^-.BOflSE Sun. & Mon. Continued Show Sunday Starting At 2:00 P.Jn. PffNn4-Hil»ADms-WAlS TUES. & WED. "PT-109" mm Gift ... From Parsons Furniture! 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