PAGE 6 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Thursday, Dec. 31, 1964 TURKEY SUPPER Employees and their families of Jeannie's Drive-In, of Tipton enjoyed a turkey supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Lambert and family. Others present were Messers and Mesdames Leonard Ziegler and family, Jay Long and daughter, David Jordan and family, Gerald Rode and family, Mrs. Susie Holliday ' and family and Charles Graham. ~ After the supper several games were enjoyed and gifts exchanged. TUESDAY CLUB ; Meeting at' the home of Mrs. Walter Achenbach, 446 North Main street on Tuesday will be members of Tuesday Afternoon club at 2 p. m. for their first meeting of the new year. TUESDAY MEETING On Tuesday at 7:30 p. m., members of Ways and Means Home Demonstration club will meet for their first meeting of the new year at the home of Mrs. Don Merrill, 715 North Main street. MONDAY Helpers club — 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Fred Baur, route 5. TUESDAY Matinee Musical — 2 p.m., Mrs. Carol Lord, 220 West Adams street. Phi Beta Phi associates — 7:30 p.m., Miss Mary Kay Ryan, route 4. Ways and'Means club — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Don Merrill, 715 North Main street. Double Dozen club — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Hershel Robinson, 410 Park Road. Tuesday Afternoon club—2 p.m.. Mrs. Walter j Achenbach, 446 North Main street. FRIDAY Standerford class — 7:30 p.m.. West Street Christian church. Michigan Just Nips Princeton 80 to 78 by The Miracle- Comfort Wztchband PLAINSMAN $ 5 95 (No Tax) Psycholgists To Require License INDIANAPOLIS .(UPI) — The Indiana Prosecutors Association will throw its support behind a proposed bill to require licensing of psychologists in Indiana. LaPorte County Prosecutor John P. Daley, association president, said Tuesday his groim "is heartily in favor of this bill which was created out of a tremendous need for the purpose of protecting the public. "Certain areas of psychological counseling are beginning to be overrun with unqualified persons who make a good business out of preying on susceptible persons," Daley said. The bill, sponsored by the Indiana Psychological Association, will be introduced in the 1965 legislative session which begins next week. It provides for limiting practice to licensed psychologists and sets up standards for licensing. e6 $ jeweler % PHI BE"»VPSI SORORITY. ASSOCIATE CHAPTER Miss Mary Kay Ryan, route 4 will entertain members of Phi Beta Psi associate chapter on Tuesday at 7:30 p. m., for their first meeting of the new yea. - . HOME TRADE SHOES & Z & Z SHOE STORE Will be closed this Saturday night, January 2nd at 6:00 P.M. FUNERAL HOME OSborn* 5-3425 Tipton tPTON'S FINEST FUNERAL SERVICE SINCE 1 By MARTIN LADER UPI Sports Writer It may be the dawn of a new year for the rest of the world, but at UCLA it 's 1964 all over again. The Bruins were undisputed college basketball champions in 1963-64 when they swept 30 consecutive games and the NCAA title. It wasn't supposed to be the same this season, and the Bruins made experts of the forecasters by dropping their opening game. But UCLA hasn't lost since and the experts have been long- forgotten in the wake of another powerhouse at the Los Angeles school. The fifth-ranked Bruins took another step back to the top Wednesday night when they routed previously unbeaten Utah 104-74 for their ninth straight victory and their third straight Los Angeles Classic championship. The night before UCLA had handed third-ranked Minnesota its first setback of the season. Michigan Bounces Back . Michigan, the top-ranking team in the nation, overcame a 14-point second half deficit to nip Princeton 80-78 in a semifinal game of the Holiday Festival at New York. A last second field goal by All-Ameriean Cazzie Russell provided the winning margin for the Wolverines after another All-America, Bill . Bradley, had scored 41 points for Princeton. Russell had 27 points. St. John 's of Brooklyn. N.Y., edged Cincinnati 66-64 in the other semifinal when Jerry Houston sunk two foul shots with two seconds remaining. The Pedmen will meet Michigan in the tournament final Saturday night. Fourth-ranked San Francisco was the victim of a stunning upset Wednesday night, losing to Santa Clara 73-71 in the final of the West Coast Athletic Conference tournament,at S£n Jose, Calif. Santa Clara had gone into the game with - a 2-6' record while the Don 's had been unbeaten in eight games. Another of the' top five was knocked off as Iowa tripped third-ranked Minnesota 76-74 in a' battle for third place in the'Los Angeles Classic. Seventh-ranked- Duke, paced by sophomore Bob Verga 's 28 points, pulled out a 94-89 double overtime decision dyer Ohio State in a non-tournament contest. ' Oregon State Wins -• Oregon- State continued its master in'.the -Far.West Clas- PARIS (UPI) Pierre Brisson, SicJ defeating previously unbeat- publisher and president of the en Tennessee 48-27; to capture Paris morning newspaper Le the tourney at' Portland, Ore.,' Figaro, died Wednesday night for the ninth consecutive year, in a clinic here following a long Oregdn State patiently outwait-illness. He was 68. ed a persistent Tennessee zone defense and controlled the ball most of the game. The Vols managed only three field goals in each half. In other tournament finals: —Kansas tripped Colorado 5351 on Riney Lochmann's tip-in with three seconds remaining to take the Big Eight tournament at Kansas City,- Mo., for the sixth time. —Florida captured the Gator Bowl tournament at Jacksonville for the fifth time by beating Texas 62-49 behind 1 the 21- point effdrt of sopuoir.ore Gary Keller." —DePaul, applying a stubborn defense, snapped Oklahoma City's nine-game winning streak, 67-60, to win the All Colleg tournament at Oklahoma City. Vandy Wins Tourney Tw°1fth-ranVpd .V^n-'erMlt trounced Louisville 80-47 for the Sugar Bowl championship at New Orleans as senior guard John Miller shone on offense (20 points) and defense. —New Mexico defeated Texas Western 55-47 to capture the Sun Carnival championship at El Paso. Tex. Also, North Dakota beat Concordia (Minn.) 80-65 in the fi nal of the Red River Classic at Moorhead, Minn.; Otterbein downed Indiana Central 74-58 in the Indianapolis Classic at Indianapolis; Lemoyne (N.Y.) edged St. Michael's (Vt.) in the Lemoyne Christmas Invitational at Syracuse, N. Y.; Navy lashed Rochester 88-61 . in the Kodak Classic at Rochester. N. Y.; Virginia Military topped Arkansas. 72-70 in the Gulf South tournament at Shreveport, La.; the New York AC beat •Fairleigh Dickinson 87-76 in the Winged Foot tournament' at New York; and Central Oklahoma State defeated St. Joseph's (N;M.)-70-62 in the Top of the Nation tourney at Alamosa, Colo. ON THE SIDELINES BY HAM RIG6 J. P. COURT FINES Two speeders were fined in Justice of the Peace court Wednesday. Harry E. Conaway, 29, R. R. 1, Tipton paid $18.75 for the offense and Jack E. Lamb,, 57, Galesburg, 111., paid $22.75 for his fine. NEW YORK (UPI) — Joseph V .O'Leary, 74, a founder of the New York liberal party and former state controller, died Tuesday. NOTICE! . FOSTERS JEWELRY WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAY, JANUARY 2 HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL! FOSTER'S JEWELRY Like this writer, assistant coach John Moses didn't see the championship game of the Hammond tourney. John left the team Tuesday morning and drove to Anderson where Madison Heights was hosting three future opponents of the Blue Devils. . . Alexandria, Noblesville and Elwood. John was on a scouting mission and some of his , observations were of interest; Noblesville appears on the verge of a losing season but you wouldn't know it from what John has to say. "They are going to be dangerous. They look as though they are just about re'ady to jell. They've got two new boys who won't be eligible until January 1, but they work out with the team and that is probably all they need to have them ready to roll after the first of the year. They'll definitely be the team to beat in the Carmel sectional." Tipton Will Jell But Moses feels the same way about Tipton. He feels that on a given night the Satans are capable of beating anyone. . . and on other nights they might get beaten by anyone. . . that's because they're just on the verge of jelling but haven't quite accomplished it yet. They've all played with each other long enough now that they're fairly certain of each others moves. When their timing is all clicking together they turn in a game like they did against Peru, but it takes just a tiny fraction of off-timing by just one boy and the whole attack bogs down. They've still got 11 games to go before tourney time, and Moses feels that everything will be going like a well oiled clock by then. Tough Cor.ching Job Moses says that coach Dick Barr right now has the toughest job any coach could have. During the Anderson tourney he was talking with coach Ray Estes whose Indians are flying high. Estes was in a similar position last year with an all senior team. As sophomores those boys went to the semi-state. By the time they became seniors they all knew they were good and were inclined to relax or uri consciously let down. The letdowns unfortunately came at the wrong moments, and th team went nowhere in the state when it was expected t6 be a championship contender. And too, when you've got 11 boys out there all seniors, everyone of them feels he ought to be starting. In football you can do that for you've got 11 starters, but you can't get them to realize that' you can only put five on a basketball court at one time for each one of them feels that as a senior, he should be one of the starting five. Estes feels that he "graduated" his biggest headaches last season and now he's got a young, "hungry" ball club that with no "great moments" behind it, has everything to fight for every moment of the game. Did Great Job Moses felt that young Jim Harmon has achieved a tremendous feat in breaking into the starting unit of an otherwise all senior team, but he added that doing so may be just what all the other kids need to spark them into the same kind of performances. Like coach Dick Barr, Moses feels that a couple of the kids are just trying too hard. He singled Keith NEW YORK (UPI)—Stanley Heller & Co. says that during the coming year the market will become increasingly susceptible to both domestic and foreign economic developments. The firm says that, with the current economic expansion in its forty-eighth month and prevailing opinion suggesting a slow-up. in' the second half of 1956, business. • statistics will probably carry considerably more weight than in the past. The Alexander Hamilton Institute says the general business outlook remains promising but the British financial situation and the steel-age negotiations remain uncertainties oni the horizon. L. O. Hooper of W. E. Hutton & Co..says he leans toward the cautious side and is honing for a better chance to sell some Smith nut in n »~r,~T,i - "istocks in the comin? weeks. "?hL?"^i\^ iCU „'. a _ r ,. S . a3 :! ng ,Hooper also says he lacks enthusiasm to buy but anticipates some better opportunities between now and midsummer. Newton D. Zinder believes that year-end adjustments are obscuring the market's technical measurements and it would be better to hold off on .any firm judgment until the early part of January. There's no other explanation for it. A boy doesn't shoot 29 points one night and nothing the next, unless he's all tied up— just trying too hard. He'll come out of it." The oddity which strikes us is that the Blue Devils just haven't been able to win two nights in a row. . . and that doesn't auger well for the Sectional where, on the last day both afternoon and night games if they are to capture the honors this year. To date Tipton is 6-3 on the season'and all three losses came on nights after they had won the night before. It was nice to see Dick Mcintosh and Harvey Harmon, in | company with Butler student Steve VanHorn, home fromU wer ID , college and in attendance at goals and HnmmnnH * K „ t.„i:j-- er he considers himself a con- (Continued from page 1) tice." Asks For Expansion Hoover disclosed he will ask Congress to expand the FBI by adding between 300 and 400 more agents. He also, in answer to questions, outlined his xr „ j , ., •. — | goals and commented on wheth Hammond for the holiday tour- 1 Hoover New Assessment ' (Continued from page 1) with interpretation of property values. Lindhe said that the townsWf and county assessors now must use their own judgment on so many situations that this "offers too much latitude to allow unformity to exist or treatment to be predictably consistent" High Turnover He noted that the high turnover of assessors in Indiana, compared to states which has taken the office of assessor out of politics, is the other of the 'two most prominent factors causing uncertainty" about what a company's property taxes will* be if it settles in a specific Indiana • area. He urged that "formal procedures now established for claiming assessment adjustments be rigidly adhered to" and that audit n-ooedurps be expanded on a random basis by the State Board of Tax Commissioners. "A more direct solution would be to reduce the personnel-turnover problem by establishing assessing as a non-political profession," Lindhe concluded. "In addition to reducing the uncertainty which results from having assessing an elected office, the latter solution would also enable the-job to attract more highly qualified people." Several township and county assessors attended the meeting of the Commission on State Tax and Financing Policy. Mel Azar, Allen County assessor, said most of the group favored more professional help to elected assessors. Holiday Dance Saturday, January 2nd at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 8:00 io 11:00 Semi-formal. The Cut-a ways will play.' Spon? sored by Psi Iota Xi. Admission 75c each ney. Harve's presence surely must have given young Jim the incentive for the great showing-he mads. We talked with the St. Louis University scout during the game and young Jim made quite an impression on him in the last quarter of the first game. • Northwestern-'University also had a scout in the "stands and we saw Frank 'Radovich, the former Indiana • University great, in> the ' •haU'\between halves and igot the"! impression he may have been doing a little scouting for Branch McCracken, although he wouldn't say. so..i. • • . HELP CELEBRATB PALM Djiaijv^, oalifTTuTT^ —Former President and Mr;s. Dwight - D.. : Eisenhower plan.to help their grand-daughter, Susan, celebrate' her 14th birthday tonight. The celebration for Susan eld-; est of the four children of'John Eisenhower, • was scheduled for the dining-room of the Eldorado Country Club. The' John-Eisenhowers.plan' to return to their' Valley Forge, •Pa., home by plane New Year's Day. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY LOST—Fox Terrier dog, white with black spots. Answers to name of Spot. Children's pet. Hayden King, Route 4, Tipton. 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"Objectivity is my hallmark. In this regard, I might best be classed as an objectivist..." He made it .clear that his greatest pride, and future goal, is to see law enforcement respected as a profession. . "I have dedicated my life to law. enforcement, and I have seen it come of age and be accepted-as a profession worthy of ; respect, and support. I want to "see;this- respect and suport enhanced and strengthened.. .1 would .like.-to see-a decline in our.crime rate. Some citizens seem-to feel the latter goal can •never:be achieved, perhaps not, but,we must not cease trying. i certainly never will give up." Police Arrest (Continued from page 1) in ". the house. ' Others were grabbed outside and at roadblocks. The roundup lasted 4'/i hours. The chief vowed to continue the crackdown and end the drinking' bouts. "But we need the cooperation from the parents,.".' he' said. "They're, the ones!, to. blame.." . - COURT ACTION Many Prizes (Continued from page 1) ind the Tribune will be supplied by the Tribune. The winner's parents must call at the office to secure them ... and also at the stores to receive the prizes . . . within two weeks after being declared the winner. Prizes for the First Baby are listed in ads on page 4 of today's Tribune. The participating merchants include: Compton & Son, Carter's Supermarket, Citizens National Rank. Diana Theater, Danners, Flowers by Jim, Fosters Jewelry, First Federal Savings & loan. Farmers Loan & Trust, Penney's, Servco, Tipton Building and Loan, Tipton Daily Tribune, Nina's Shoppe, Parsons .Furniture, Hinkle T-V, Deering Cleaners,' Foster Furniture Store. Carneys Drug Store, Tipton Dry Cleaners, Blue Front Drug Store, Service Motors and Coin-O-Wash. In Re Estate of Enoch J. Stafford, Burrell Stafford and Helen M. Woods, co-executors. Petition for authority to sell personal property at private sale without notiie filed, submitted ied that at least 20 more Reds and granted per order. I were wounded. Governnment (Continued from page 1) munist guerrillas. The year-end battle for Binh Gia made December the bloodiest month for American forces in South Viet Nam since the United States stepped up its military aid to Saigon in January. 1961. It brought the unofficial total of U.S. casualties for the month to 171 Americans killed, missing or wounded. The highest previous monthly total was of November, when 11 Americans were killed and 144 wounded. "The figures on South Vietnamese forces involved in the bitter battle were incomplete, but the spokesmen said at least 34 government troops were reported killed with 51 wounded and 3 missing. The government said the bodies of 32 Communist Viet Cong were counted in and around Binh Gia, and estimat- OUR ENTIRE STAFF WISHES YOU A HAPPY NEW YEAR! Now Thru Sat. MATINEE SAT. 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