The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 1, 1965 · Page 6
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PAGE 6 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Thuriday, April T, 1965 Former Resident Buried Monday Russell Ballman, formerly of Tipton, died Friday in a Booneville, Ark', hospital, and was brought back to Versailles, Monday for burial. He is sur T vived by two brothers Harry Ballman of Moses Lake, Wash, and John Ballman, Versailles." Ray Ballman, of Malvern, Ark., son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ballman, accompanied the body back to Indiana and after the funeral, came to Tipton for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hoke and family and Mrs. William Hoke and family. Ray's mother was the former Eva Hoke,, a sister of Walter Hoke. ! - Hamilton Heights l Continued ..' from, case 1) glish and Literature and U. S. History., '«« Senior Required Courses: English and Literature and Government and Economics.' Adult (Continued from page 1) Charles Edwards and Geology, Roy Cliff ton. Ron Bridge water win teach recreation. In addition, two adults serve as area subject matter leaders. They are James Lynch for the Northern School District and Jim Chowning for the Southern School District. . • . Tipton County Libr»rt open Monday-Wednesday- Friday till 8:00 p.m. C-tf APRIL HEATING SPECIAL tnjant BUY IN APRIL PAY IN OCTOBER! * 100 BTU, designed furnace * All new duct work * (Filtered clean air * 6 warm air runs * 2 return air runs * 500 gallon storage system * 24 hour service on equipment we install * You can pay in October 1965 No extra charge * You can have easy monthly payments * 400 GAL READY FLAME GAS FREE IN APRIL DON'T WAIT FOR ONLY 5495 YOU CAN HAVE CLEAN, ECONOMICAL, FILTERED WARM AIR. ALL FOR $495 4 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU Kokomo - Tipton Logrinsport - Sheridan TENBROOK SALES, inc. 114 S. Main Tipton 700 Berkley Rd. Kokomo, Ind. Hospital Notes ADMISSIONS: Robert Merida, Anderson; Sherry Peace, Sharpsville; Barbara H o w e y, Sharpsville; Catherine Hinds, Windfall; Catherine Manis, .Tipton; Mary Lou Cole, Sharpsville; Mary Sharp, Marion; Dixie Davis, Arcadia. DISMISSALS: Teresa Stout, Russiaville; Jean K i n c a i d , Sharpsville; Dorothy Pulley, Forest; Deborah Wilburn, Kokomo; Edna Burlington, Decau- ter; Brook Edwards, Tipton; Gene Woodcox, Indianapolis; Hester Roler, Tipton. Little ,Minor Signups Start Baseball players interested in playing Little League or Minor. League ball this summer, are asked to sign up either this Saturday, April 3, or next Saturday^ April If),' between the hours of 1:30-3:00 p.' m. in the GAR room in the Tipton County Courthouse. Age limits are 8 to 12 inclusive. Those reporting to sign up should use the east door of the courthouse. Organizer Morris Tidier, 720 North East street, also asked all boys who did not turn in their minor league uniforms last summer to do so at once, returning them to his home. MARRIAGE LICENSES Franklin Dale Crullj 19, Kokomo, truck driver, .to Barbara Jean Shepherd, 17, R. R; I, Sharpsville. Junior (Corrtinoec. from page 1) four other spellers, qualified for 'the Central Indiana Semi-Finals on April 24 p Indianapolis j at the World War Memorial. j Other qualifiers are: Karen Underwood, sixth grade, Jefferson • Elementary School, who finished third after missing CENTENNIAL; Priscilla B fifth grader, | Kempton, /fouri DESPERATE ;-y-Kevin /Jonyng hani, seventh fifth, FLANNEL; Camilla Hinshaw, fifth 5&fSp &t Lincoln Elementary Sc>rooLS sixth, RI GID. Other •contestants were: Mark Henderson, alternate for Donna Cowan, sixth, grade, Hobbs; Mindy Hohlej fifth grade, New Lancaster; Ann Leiniger, eighth grade, Lutheran; Allen Stout, sixth grade, | Sharpsville; Ruth McCorkle,- fifth grade, Curtisville; and Terri Mason, alternate for LynnJHeath, sixth grade, Windfall. j j. The Indianapolis Times awarded pens andj certificates to j all the contestants. The Tipton County Spelling Bee was heW in the Cafeteria of the Tipton High School and jthe contestants are from both elementary andjjunior high schools. HIGH | AND LOW NEW YORK (UPI) — The highest temperature reported to the U.S. Weather Bureau Wednesday, excluding Alaska and Hawaii, was 88 degrees at Orlando .and Sanford, iFJa. The low this morning was two ide- grees at Rome, N.Y.- . j AMBULANCE SERVICE..... anytime Day or Night Our Two Ambulances Are Fully Equipped With Oxygen FUNERAL HOME 216 W. Jefferson I OS 5-4780 Leaders Honored (Continued from page 1) and David Harper. Immediately after the class sessions, the announcement of the clubs that had met the re- ouireanents for 100 per cent at tendance for officers was made uy Kdlph Rump, chairman'of the Tipton County 4-H Club Council, Inc. This \yas followed by a' couple of mixers led by the new recreation ojfficer, Ken Bridgewater. | David Troyer, County Extension Agent for youth work then presented pins and - certificates and seals to' adult leaders for their work during 1964. Recipients included first year leaders, Oren Rector, Sr., Don Orr, Jr., Bab Longfellow, Fred McCorkle, Gene Foor, phil Smith and Kenneth Hunter. These first year leaders received bronze 4-H pins presented by the Tipton Tribune and a certificate with one seal. Second year leaders receiving a seal for [their certificate included Charles McQuinn, John Garst, Sam Courtney, Alan Adler, Kim iindley and Mrs. Phil Myers. Third year leaders also received seals for their certificates. They jwere Glen Lightfoot, Richard Weismiller and Alan Baird. Charges Haskett, Sr., received a seal for his certificate for completing his fourth year as adult leader. David Jordan and Jim Chowning received sil­ ver'4-H pin£ and a silver certificate for completing their fifth year as adult leader. Other aduit leaders who were recognized ^>ut did not receive a special award included Ross Rose and James Weismiller, seven years; Doyle Hobbs, eight years; Raiph Kauffman. and Leon Warner, nine years; Charlie Edwards, 111 ' years; James Lyr(ch, 14 years; and Edgar .Weismiller, 16 years Following ja> special closing ceremony, refreshments of milk and donuts| were served. The refreshments were donated by Production Credit Association. Satan Run Over Tipton's Blue Devil track­ men, flush from success'in the indoor Hbosier .Relays last Saturday, opened their outdoor season yesterday by handing CIC rival Elwood one of the worst defeats they've ever inflicted on a Panther squad, 88 to 21. In fact the only event the 'Panthers won was handed them on a silver platter when Tipton was disqualified after winning the half mile relay, for an illegal handoff, and the five points taken from the Blue Devils and given Elwood. Otherwise the varsity score would • have" read S3-16. Tipton also took an easy victory jn the B-team competition's 2-3 to 35 1-3. Good Showings There were a; number of surprises and several outstanding performances. John Burton a 13-foot vaulter last season and a state finalist for Elwood'as a junior,, lost the pole vault to Tipton's Steve Burkett. Both boys cleared 11 feet but Burkett had the fewest misses and won the event. Lex Boyd was-a. double winner for Tipton, taking the shot put with a good 48' 5" effort and the high jump at 5' 7"; Kim Hand won both the high and low hurdles,-beating teammate Bill.Moore in the highs and nipping Jim Rumbaugh by- the thickness of his jersey in a driving finish in the low hurdles. Won Easily Dick Heron pratically repeated his good indoor mile in the Hoosier Relays, taking the lead on the final turn of the first .lap and drawing away to win by himself from Elwood's Gary Strader in 4:46.8. Strader was expected to be a strong contender for CIC mile laurels this yejar but was never in the race after'Heron realized he was setting too slow a pace in the first lap and ran around him. . Close Century Jim. Rumbaugh and sophomore Louis Guenther staged a two-man battle right to the wire in the 100 yard dash with Rumbaugh gaining the decision by perhaps two inches over the husky underclassman and Guenther. came back to win by himself over teammate 'Pat Beauer in 220 yard dash. Dan Crouch took the lead at the start of the 440 with teammate Keith Smith running second, and they finished that way in a good time o f 55.7 with Smith only 0.3 behind. Smith then captured the broad jump with a leap of 19' W. Underclassmen One of Tipton's most promising-performances came in the half mile which an Elwood runner lead for the first lap, only to have sophomore Dan Tragesser and freshman Ted Davis pass early on the second lap .Ind Vin ^goingaway with Tra-^ fr$sse.rj£3t >9fed Int^ JJ.» with Da- Vis *well..v in. front of the first *Efwbod runner at, the finish. TJRp?onHv6n l the-mile relay all by itself. Crouch taking a good lead on the opening leg with Smith, Heron and Moore handling the baton in that order for the victory.' Disqualified The half mile relay was also Tipton's all the way with the exception of a brief moment when, after Jim Rumbaugh had gotten Tipton about a six yard lead on the opening leg. Pat Beaver went out of the handoff-zone before getting the baton from Rumbaugh, and then dropped it. He quickly recovered and got back into the lead and sophomore Larry Deakyne maintained a slight margin to hand off to Guenther, running the anchor leg, and Guenther drew far o ut to win by at least 15 yards as he crossed the finish line. The handoff, however, on that second leg, caused the disqualification and the race_ was awarded to Elwood. B-Team Tipton victories in the B-team meet came from Lee in the 100 yard dash, tForkner in the 220, Garmon in the 440, Becktei in the 880, Grishaw in the low hurdles, Lester Smith in the high jump and Oren Rector in both the broad jump and pole vault. Davis, Miller, Renie and Tra-.' gesser gave Tipton the mile relay with Tragesser coming from behind in a gutty performance' on the anchor leg to win decisively, while Grishaw, Hand, Lee and Hannah - combined in that order for a victory in the half mile relay. VARSITY MEET KILL RARE KLUB Mrs. John Barrum, 410 West street will entertain members of Kill Kare Klub in her'home on Friday at 2:30.p.m. j Zing into spring! Corvair by Chevrolet New, Cortair Corsa Convertible and Sport Coupe top Corvair's 7-model lineup for '65—all with Body by Fisher. The steering's crisper, the ride's flitter, the style's racier - even the grass looks a shade greener from behind the wheel of this new Corvair EVENT High Hurdles Mile Run 100 Yard Dash 440 Yard Dash 880 Yard Dash 220 Yard Dash Low Hurdles Shot Put \ High Jump Broad Jump Pole Vault Mile Relay 880 Yard Relay FINAL SCORE: High Hurdles Mile Run 100 Yard Dash 440 Yard Dash 880 Yard Dash 220 Yard Dash Low Hurdles Shot Put High Jump FIRST Hand (T) Heron (T). Rumbaugh (T) Crouch (T) Tragesser (T) Guenther (T) Hand (T) Boyd (T) Boyd GT) Smith (T) Burkett (T) SECOND Moore (T) Strader (E) Guenther (T) Smith (T) Davis (T) Beaver (T) Rumbaugh (T) Crouch (T) Grishaw (T) Burton (E) Burton (E) THIRD Kleinbub (E) Cory CE) Beaver (T) Marcuson (E) Hankley (E) Kleinbub (E) Moore GT) RESULT 16.1 4:46.8 11.1 55.7 - 1 2:11.8 25. " . 22.3 Putterbaugh (E) 48'5" Tipton (Crouch, Smith, Heron, Elwood (Tipton disqualified) Tipton 88—Elwood 21 RESERVE MEET Beasiey GE) Hannah (T) Harmon (,T) Moore) '* Swinford (E) Cannon (E) Lee (T) Garmon (T) Becktell (T) Forkner (T) Grishaw (T) Marcuson (E) Smith, L. (T) Higgins (T) Becktell (T) Martin (E) .Miller (T) Conner (E)' Updergraff (E) Renie (T) Lee (T) Smith (E) Broad Jump Pole Vault Mile Relay 880 Yard Relay FINAL SCORE: Rector (T) Bourff (E) Rector. (T) - Captain(T) Fletcher (T) • McPhearson (T) Smith (E) Tie for second Tipton (Davis,-Miller, Ernie, Tragesser) Tipton (Grishaw, Hand, Lee, Hannah) Tipton 73 2/3—ELWOOD 35 i/3 Bourff (E) York (E) iFbrkner (T) Tudor (T) Robinson (E) Floyd (T) Harmon (T) Updegraff (E) Miller (T) Higgins (T) Bourff (E) Smith, L (T) 57" 197V4" 11' 3:51.7 No Time 20.9 5:26.8 11.5 1:01.5 2:29 8 26. 23.8 39' 2M>' 5'5" . 17'6" 9'3" 4:02 1:45.7 19 Killed IYou'11 find a Corvair Corsa's instrument panel vastly < Imoreinformativethan an ordinary car's. But that's really only a fringe benefit of driving one. Because for all its finely calibrated instrumentation —tachometer, manifold pressure gauge, even an elec- itri 'c clock with a sweep second hand for rally buffs— the most important thing that happens when you get a Corsa out on the road doesn't register on the dash. It registers on you. . . . You feel it in the steering—crisp and precise—as you double back on a curve. In the flat riveted-to- the-road stability of the new fully, independent suspension. In the response of the rear engine (up to 180 hp available now in Corsa's Turbo-Charged version). You don't have to wear a sports car cap and sun goggles to appreciate things like this. I Or the clean .international cut of Corvair's styling. j Drop down to your dealer's now—while the trading's extra good—and see for yourself. Look over the dashboard gadgetry all you like, but by all means get out on'the road where you can really handle the merchandise. We'll guarantee spring will look greener, sun goggles or no. i • HIGH HMETO TRADE AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALERS Zing into spring in a new Chevrolet f Chevelle, Corvair, Chevy n or Corvette 13-MM M00RE BROTHERS INC. ill East Jefferson.Street. Tipton, Indiana OS 5-2143 (Continued from page 1) The fighting in the Da Nang area—35 miles south of the big American airbase — was also costly for U.S. and Vietnamese forces. Two Americans were killed and 17 others wounded when Viet Cong gunners shot down three U.S. helicopters airlifting Vietnamese troops into battle. Nine Vietnamese troops were reported killed, 64 wounded and 20 missing. Vietnamese military spokesmen said the enemy ground fire was unusually heavy because it had been decided to forego the usual "softening up" by dive bombers in advance of the attack. The object was to avoid telegraphing the punch. The strategy was at least partially . successful. Reports from the battlefield said 50 guerrillas.were killed by the attacking force in the helicopter landing area. U.S. Called In U.S. jet air power was called in later. Three American B57 bombers and two : F100 fighter- bombers poured tons of bombs and defoliating chemicals on the Communist concentration! Pilots surveying the area today | said they saw as many as 200 Viet Cong bodies. ••" Ground troops were making their way to the area today. One of the .downed helicopters — an'H34 troop carrier- was patched up and flown back to Da Nang. The other two were too badly damaged to salvage.; . ; In Saigon, today a memorial service was held for the two Americans killed in the embassy bombing —Barbara Robbins of Denver, Colo., a secretary and • Natelite, W. Castellite/ a U.S. Navyman, whose home is in.The Philippines. jrhe service was held in the baseSshapel J at Tan Son Nhut Airport Wfore the flag-draped coffins were; placed aboard an airliner for the flight home. PAY HIKE WANTED INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — The Indiana State Association of County Welfare Directors Wednesday requested pay raises for merit system em­ ployes to bring the salary level of county workers up to the present state level. The county directors also asked that employment classifications at" the county level be altered to conform. with state classification procedure. W. H. Skinner, state personnel director, said he would submit the request to the 'Personnel Division early in April. FAMOUS FOR CHINESE) AND AMERICAN VOOD jmntonM* Dinner 8*rr*d All Roan' Special Price* on Chinese, American Foods, homo or parties'. All orders freshly prepare*! China Clipper Restaurant. KOKOMO Z27 N. Bockeyo , gUMOtt Monday to Thursday 2 SHOWS STARTING AT 7 AND 9:05 P.M. Now thru Sat. Matinee Sat. at 2 P.M. DIANA Are You Ready? Heads Will Roll Tonight! AND THIS IS NO APRIL FOOL'S DAY JOKE!! Two GUillOTiHA -or 7 nights in a 1 . house of terror -or. the unkindest cut of all. CONNIE STEVENS-DEAN JONES and CESAR ROMERO PLUS "PINK PANTHER" Cartoon & Short Subject Sun.-Mon.-Tues. Continued Show Sunday Starting at 2 P.M. ~ The most: bijarro spy adventure piot ever conceived. You will see and experience one man's 34 hours of fantastic terror. 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