The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 29, 1964 · Page 8
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PAGE 8 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Tuesday, Dec. 29, 1964 FAMOUS PEOPLE WHO DIED IN 1964 i^ia*^/*i^.^4.. : .^..?( Herbert Peter Loire Harold Burton Grade Allen Sergeant York Hoover Lady Aator Douglas MacArthur Cole Porter • Johnson Sees (Continued from page 1) to justify any price hikes. His hope now is that steel companies—and the steel union —will measure their own interests against those of the public as a whole before "taking any actions which could start a new inflationary spiral. Johnson does not share the fear of some labor leaders.that the economy might dip in the second half of next year. He bases his own optimism on the opinions of key business leaders and of his own economic advisors. Ben Hecht Brendan Behan Beaverbrook Cannon Rachel Carson Hardwlcke Joseph Schlldkraut Irenee du Pont William Bendix Alan Ladd Harpo Marx Clarence Budlngton Kelland Silent- Vote James M. Landls Resolve to SAVE PART OF EVERY PAYCHECK, EVERY PAYDAY with inflexible determination! Any amount, large or small, deposited with consistent regularity will soon mount up . . . and we add liberal interest! Start TODAY! LAOS, VIET MIGHT GET TOGETHER —Laos' rightwlng deputy premier. Gen. Phoumi Nosavan (left), and South Viet Nam Premier Tran Van Huong talk things over in Saigon at a meeting which could lead to combined operations against the Communist Viet Cong supply lines. (Cablephoto) I IVCQTY^^I/ lower; 1 and 2, 190-225 lb 17.25- LIVCJ I WV-IX 17.50; 112 head 17.65; 1 to 3, INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)—Live- 190-230 lb 1G.75 -7..25;. late 6.75- slock:. ' 7.00; 230 : 250 lb 6.25-16.75; sev- Hogs 6,500; barrows and gilts eral loads uniform 240 lb 16.75,fully 25-50 lower; late largely 50 1 17.00; sows fully steady; 1 to 3. Agronomy Club Elects Officers Purdue University's Agronomy Club recently elected these officers for 1965: President, Bill Green, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Green, Route 1, Cross Plains; vice-president, Gary Girton, son of Mr. and Airs. Everett Bowers,, Route 2, Lynn; treasurer, John Peverly, son. of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Peverly, Perryville; secretary. .Ed Heckman, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Heckman, Route 1, Largo; and corresponding secretary, Dave Voris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merle M. Voris, Route 2, Windfall. The Purdue Agronomy Club was psVected the outstanding Agronomy club in the nation for 1964. (Continued from page 1) ing to get time to speak on a hotly contested bill or seeking any one of a dozen favors, large and small. Out of this situation comes much brave talk by both sides. The partisans of both Ford and Halleck publicly proclaim that they have the votes to win, but privately concede they really do not know where many of their colleagues stand. The campaigning has been man-to-man. There are some voting blocs among House Re publicas, such as the liberally oriented "Wednesday Club," but this contest generally has split up such groups. Efforts to link the contest directly to pro or anti-Goldwater camps, or those battling over the GOP national chairmanship tend to fall apart upon examination of the men involved. However, there will be political significance beyond the actual leadership choice attached to the Jan. 4 vote. One analysis of the "silent vote" is that it will fall according to each member's feeling about, the likely reaction to a 'Ford or Halleck victory. A strongly conservative mid- western Republican might understand Ford's candidacy to be a bid for power by Eastern liberals. Or a moderate Republican from the West might feel that change is necessary to erase any tint of the extreme right from the GOP in the House. NOTICE! FOSTER'S JEWELRY WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAY, JANUARY 2 HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL! FOSTER'S JEWELRY 300-400 lb 13.50-14.25; 2 and 3, 400-600 lb 12.50-13.50; a few 3, 500-6 lb 12.25. Cattle 1,22; calves 75; steers uneven; high good to choice about steady; average good and below'weak to 25 lower; heifers steady to weak; cows strong,; bulls 50 higher; mostly choice steers 23.00-23.75; high good and low"" choice 22.50-23.00; most good 20.00-22.50; standard 18.0019.50; few choice heifers 21.5022.00; high good and low choice 20.50-21.25; good 18.00-20.50; utility and commercial cows 13.0015.00; canner and cutter 11.0013.50; • utility and commercial bulls 15.00-17.50, few 18.00; veal- ers fully steady; good and choice 23.00-29.0; lew choice to prime 2S.00-30.00. Sheep 400; wooled lambs fully steady; choice and prime 22.00-22.50; good and choice 20.00-22.00. PARENTS OF BOY Mr. and Mrs. Phil" Heron are parents of a boy born at Tipton County hospital on December 22. The baby weighed nine pounds and has been named Douglas Philip and is the first child in the home. The mother is the former Martha Jean Sweet, daughter ..of Mrs. Tern Sweet, of Tipton and the late Herman Sweet. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Heron, of near Tipton. Great grandparents are Leo nard Sweet, of Lebanon; Walter Overdorf, route 1; Mrs. Verl Hershman, of Titpon and a great, great grandmother, Mrs. A. S. Culver, of Tipton. PASSENGER TRAIN STRANDED— That parachute floating down to the flood-stranded passenger train at Roosevelt, Wash, Is from the 939th Troop Carrier Group at Portland, Ore. It carries a ton of food and other necessities to the 304 passengers. The boys also dropped a Christmas tree, bless their hearts. Recipients (Continued from page 1) cordance with the contract previously entered into for the mutual use of City and utility workers. The Council also announced recipients of bids for city supplies for 1965. The winning bidders were: Farmers Oil and Tire Co., gasoline, diesel fuel, lubricating oil, grease and gear oil; Smith's Tire Service, tires and batteries; Mohr Construction Co., Kokomo, bituminous materials; Yoeman Stone Co., Kokomo, stone; Yeoman Materials, Inc., Windfall, sand and gravel; and Tipton Ready Mix, ready mix concrete and cement.- The Council will wind up its 19G4 business in a morning meeting to be held December 31 at 10:00 a.m. PARENTS OF DAUGHTER Mr. and Mrs. Steve Becker, of Indianapolis are parents of girl born at St. Vincent's hospital, Indianapolis on Dec ember 27. She weighed eight pounds, ten ounces and is wel corned by one sister. The mo ther is the former Alice McCutchan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wade McCutchan, of near East Union. FESTIVE For a (estive looking hors d'oeuvre, chop drained : herring into small pieces, mix it with cream cheese and use this to stuff celery stalks. Sprinkle with paprika and garnish with slices of stuffed olive. LEAN MEATY BEEF STK. SALE Round or Swiss lb. 79c Sirloin lb. 79c T-Bones lb. 99c Ground Chuck lb. 69c TIP TO N MEAT MARKET 117 S. Wes*. Street Tipton, Ind. Top Quality U.S. Gov't. Inspected Beef, Pork, Chickens and Fish LEAN MEATY B LB. FOR ONLY *f 00 SPARE WINDFALL '.-Mrs.. Mauds Prascang attend ed, a family dinner and gift exchange ,,CJiristmas day at the home of Mr.' and Mrs. Charles Reasoner and family, of Noblesville. Other guests were Messers and Mesdames Ira Hollingsworth, Carl Ellis, all of Kokomo; John Hollingsworth, Joshiah Hollingsworth, all of Greentown. Mr. -and Mrs. Joseph Wilkins and daughters, Thomas Hollingsworth and Miss Marilyn Hollingsworth, all of Noblesville were afternoon guests. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyncke entertained at dinner, Christmas day and gift exchange, Mr. and Mrs. Lester' Schwear and daughter Lou Ann, of near Hobbs and Mr. and Mrs. James Martin and daughters, Joni and sons Jimmy and Jeffery, of Windfall. HOME MADE — HOT OR MILD BULK SAUSAGE 3 lb. o™ 1.00 CUBED STEAKS ELK'S STAG This Wed., Dec. 30 Virginia Baked Ham Supper 6:30 - 7:30 P. M. 0G° ^OCW D ^ =cn ^£ /// AMD OUTorTOrtK TIRE SIZES EXAMPLE: 7.50 X 15 2 PLY DIAMETER -liX") DIAMETER LAYERS SIDEWALLTO S1DEWALL OF RIMQJl OF FABRIC AIR PRESSURE WEAR RIGHT WEAR WEAR OVER-INFLATION UNDER-INFLATION I FAST STARTS wJx ^Horso asr AHO I'IL LAST SUDDEM STOPS TOO MUCH BRAKE I CAXT TAKE TIRE ROTATION •FOLLOW REGULAR PATTERN •ROTATE EVERY 5000 MILES •CHECK FOR UNUSUAL WEAR CHICAGO (UPI)—The loot in the hijacking of a Brink's armored truck from a Roman Catholic church was set at $223,000 today. The FBI and police investigated the possibility that the robbery was linked to an almost identical bank truck looting in New Jersey last week. A S. Genet, president of Brink's, made the estimate of loot -taken from the Brink's truck in suburban Norridge Monday night. Three masked bandits invaded the rectory of the Divine Savior Church, tied up two priests, and lay in ambush for the money-laden truck to come for proceeds from Sunday's collections. The holdup was almost a carbon copy of the $313,000 robbery of a bank truck from in front of St. Anthony's Roman Cath-| olic church at Paterson,, N.J. a week ago Monday. There were three masked bandits in both cases. At Paterson they also invaded the rectory, bound the priests together, looted the church safe, ambushed the truck guards, and passed up bags of silver. Marlin W. Johnson, chief FBI agent in Chicago, said the FBI was looking into the possibility that the Paterson mob could have come here." Michael J. Spiotto, acting chief of detectives of the Chicago police force, said it was possible that an eastern gang had come to the Midwest and 'pulled off a reenactment of the ^ Paterson robbery. "If they did, they would 1 have needed local talent," Spiotto said. "This took planning. It's iust as likely that a local holdup gang studied the Paterson job and was inspired." 12 Portions FOR ONLY BREADED TENDERLOIN 12 Portions FOR ONLY LAMB ROAST lb. 29c SWIFT PRF 4 MIUM 4 TO 6 LB. AVG. -Loail up with ideas for more profitable farming at JOHN DEERE DAY Tipton Tractor & Impl. Inc. TIPTON 4-H BUILDING AT 7:30 P.M. — JANUARY 4, 1965 See what's new in The Long Green Line We'll hs7e all the new John Deere Farm Equipment for 1965 in action on film. You'll see new plows'and tillage machines . . . new drills and planters . . .new mowers, rake crimper, crusher, and balers . ..new sprayers, wagons, Gyramors., * >ew Entertainment .'. . New Characters Hollywood and television personalities Stu Erwin, Margaret Hamilton, .Fuzzy Knight, Gene Sheldon, Henry Gibson, and Lloyd Corrigan add comedy to the program. Hospital Notes ADMISSIONS: Ray Ensey, Tipton; Janie Garnar, Elwood; Forest, Nancy and Michael Metcalf, iForest; Joyce and Judy Garnar, Elwood; Ralph Blessing, Windfall; Carol and Elizabeth Pearson, Tipton; Ka- rhy Butcher, Tipton; Charles Mohler, Atlanta; John Owens, Tipton; Eldon Johns, Tipton! Robert Head, Tipton; Paul Henry Jr., Tipton; James Plake, Tipton; Gertrude Weaver, Kokomo; Marjorie Fouch, Atlanta; Lulu Day. Tipton. DISMISSALS: Elizabeth Thornton, Tipton; Jeffrey Stevens, Tipton; Bertha Wellinger, Kempton; Thelma Benge, Frankfort; William Paul, Russia ville; John Walker, Windfall; Odessa Francis, Windfall; Donna and Martha Burris, Tipton; Gary Dunn, Tipton. BIRTHS: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fouch, Atlanta, girl, 10:15 p. m., D Ecember 27. Want Ads Pay ATTEND OUR GALA NEW YEAR'S EVE SHOW DIANA ENDS TONIGHT SHOWSs AT 7:00 AND 9:05 ELVIS PRESLEY IN "THE ROUSTABOUT" mmmmmm Wednesday Only 25c Bargain Night "Tammy Tell Me True" Sandara Dee — John Gavin Thur.-Fri -Sat. The thrilling story of what happened when the first 3 humans landed on the moon. «rt!oa_.0<«£SH<DKUt NEW YEAR'S EVE MIDNIGHT SHOW "Sunday In New York" Jane Fonda — Rod Taylor Opens Sunday valtermaahau'Ll'

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