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PAGE 6 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Tuesday/April 6, 1565 Sports Parade (Continued from cage 1) few of his in my time." ! ' There was a time when dashing. , wavy-haired Doug was known as the Clown Prince of golf because he paid far; more attention to his night-life than he did to his game. . ; He has changed, though, and now he's concentrating on the business at hand. His first order of business could be that snazzy green jacket which traditionally goes to the Masters' champ following the. i final round. I OPENING PITCHER HOUSTON (UPI) ^Right­ hander Mel Stottlymyre. will pitch for the New York Yankees Friday, against the J Houston Astros in the sold-out official opening game of the Harris County domed stadium, j MOOSE | STAG ! Supper Served From 6 P.M. Until 7:30 P.M. Thurs., April 8th, 19G5 Hospital Notes ADMISSIONS: Lois, Jeffrey and Dean Scherer, Arcadia; Ed Planaip, Arcadia; Lora Whitehead, Cicero; Rella Ward, Noblesville; Ann Zeigler, Tipton; Donna Legg, Tipton; Rita Bartley, Windfall; Gene Booher, Tipton; Ronnie McDanieJ, Tipton; Melba Robbins, Elwood; Tom Clark, Windfall; Meda Crawford, Atlanta. DISMISSALS: Rickey West Tipton; Charles Forkner, Nd- blesville; Frances Smith, Tipton; Earl Floyd, Kempton; Barbara Sheetz, Westfield; Joan Shock, Atlanta; Debbie Robinson, Sheridan; Veda Reynolds, Center; Melody and Greg Dozier; Tipton; James Jackson, Jr., Tipton; David Dempsey, Atlanta; Ruth Shadoan, Cicero; Annie Moore, Noblesville. BIRTHS: Mr. and Mrs. James Whitehead, Cicero, boy, 9:32 p. m., April 5. Mr. and Mrs. William Bartley, Windfall, girl, 10:35 p.m., April 5. v BRAVES SIGN PITCHER MILWAUKEE (UPI) — The Milwaukee Braves Monday signed 19-year-old righthander Brain Murphy of Pennsauken, N.J., to a "substantial" 1985 contract. Murphy will be assigned to the West Palm Beach club of the Florida State League. JOB'S DAUGHTERS Will meet Nov. 4 at 10 o'clock. Moms and Stars night. ROYAL NEIGHBORS Called Meeting, Thursday, 7:30 Marry Wood, 472 N. West St. Bring gift for sunshine box. Glut; Calendar TUESDAY . Double Dozen club — 7:30 p. m., Mrs. Ray Stone, 623 North Independence street.. Ways and; Means club — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Max Fetters, 222 West Jefferson street. Security Club — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. . Mabel Jones, 116 Oak street. Busy Bee! Club — 2:30 p.m., Mrs. Roy Sabens, 230 Walnut street. 'I Phi Beta Psi sorority — 7:30 p. •m., Mrs. Raymond Stipp, route l.'j Tri Kappa sorority — 8" p.m., Mrs. Ward Riffe, 108 Green .street, j WEDNESDAY Friendship WCTU — 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Elmer Kinder. Cosmos Class — 2 p.m., Kemp Methodist church Parsonage, 333 North West street. Women's j Golf Association — 9:30 a.m., Pro Shop. Verus Cordis sorority — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Fred Beach, 463 Green ttreet. Women~o£ Moose — 7:30 p.m., Lodge. "j Circle III; — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. .Carl Graf, 425 North West street, j VFW and Auxiliary — 8 p.m., VFW hall. THURSDAY Jackson Community club — all day, Mrs. Roy Shupperd, 803 Oak street; Rural Needlecraft club — 1:30 p.m., • Mrs. Rueben Beatty, Sharpsville. Embroidery Circle — 2:30 p. m., Mrs. Russell Martin, 309 North West street. Dorcas Club — 2:30 p.m., Mrs. Walter 'j Miller, 418 Columbia Avenue.! Entre Nous — 2:15 p.m., Mrs. Fred Baur, route 5. Rebekah i Lodge — 7:30 p.m., lodge hall. Mix-N-Fix club — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Lester Miller, south of Hobbs.. . ? * FRIDAY Home Craft club1:30 p.m., Mrs. Larry Clouser, southeast of Hobbs. \ DON'T DELAY neoded home repairs until it's too late! GET AN ECONOMICAL LONG TERM HOME IMPROVEMENT LOAN-NOW! Don't let the lack of money cause you to neglect needed repairs to your home. Your property is an investment and , it deserves the protection of I proper! maintenance. Make ! those repairs NOW! CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK ?IPTON FUNERAL HOME OSbor** 5-3425 Tip)on tafatlua Sanrlu IPTON'S FINEST FUNERAL SERVICE SINCE 1 Would Hike (Continued from page 1) car" and styling changes requiring more costly repairs after accidents. Public Snubs Fenders "The public turns their nose up at the idea of having bolt-on fenderswhich would destroy the beautiful lines of the new cars but which would be less costly to repair or a real bumper which would prevent many small knocks from turning into a S200 repair shop bill," Savage said. R. L. Smock,- deputy state in. surance commissioner, said his department is concerned with insurance rates that are fair to the public and "at the same time will not adversely affect the solvency of the companies." "The one single item that contributes to the ever-risftig costs of insurance is the carnage that takes place on our streets and highways every day," Smock said. He said forecasts are that the problem "is not going to improve." "The overall effect of the conditions existing now and the probable happenings jof • the near future points out that something has to be done and that rate relief is imperative," he said. NO INJURIES REPORTED , DALLAS (UPI) — Two police squad cars, sirens bl a r i n g, rushed to the scene of a passenger train derailment here Sunday. There were no injuries, police said, when the Marsalis Park Zoo miniature train left the tracks. STEW HAINES GARAGE FOR AUTO REPAIRS FRONT END ALIGNMENT WHEEL BALANCE MECHANICS Stew Haines — Joe Crume' Service on all makes 614 E. North OS 5-4500 Court Acfion State vs. Robert E. Pontius. Theft by deception. Defendant arraigned, entered plea of not guilty. Pre-sentencing investigation ordered made by the chief probation officer of the court. Sentencing set for April 27. Defendant ordered released on his own recognizance. State vsT Leo Wimsatt. Theft by deception. Defendant appeared, with his attorney and waived formal arraignment and entered a plea of not guilty as charged. Set for trial by jury June 8. Defendant continued on bond State ^s. Richard B. Horton Public intoxication and reckless driving. Nolle Prosequi filed by prosecuting attorney, submitted and approved. Causes dismissed and bond released. State vs. Glen Rhoades, Eugene Richards, and Michael Bess. Assault and battery. Petitions for reduction of bonds and release of defendants filed and denied. In Re Estate of Ralph E. Hupp, Ruth V. Hupp, adminis­ tratrix. Application of Ruth V. Hupp for letters testamentary filed and submitted. Ruth V. Hupp appointed administratrix Bond waived and letters ordered to be issued. In Re Estate of Rosella 'May Hinkle, administrator. Admin istrator's report of sale of real estate filed, submitted and approved all as per order.' Deed submitted, examined, approved and ordered delivered to the purchaser upon payment of the full purchase price. In Re Estate of Everett Kirby, Lucy Jane Kirby, executrix. Supplemental report of distribution 'and petition for discharge filed. No objections having been filed, evidence was heard. Sup plemental report was approved and discharged ordered all as per order. In Re Estate of Frank B. Park, Charles Park, administrator. Petition to utilize the services of an auctioneer filed. Petition submitted and granted all as per order. In Re Estate of Mary Grace Tolle, Marshall A. Tolle and Wilmer H. Tolle, co-administrators. Report on sale of real estate filed, submitted and evidence heard. This matter taken under advisement. SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)—A chicken thief stole a poultry truck containing 2,160 fresh fryers during the weekend. The empty truck was found Sunday by officer John Bird. Barracuda might look like a million bucks, but it costs 997,498.00 less. Got a pencil? *Based on Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price for lowest-priced model, exclusive of destination charges, state and local taxes, if any, racing stripe, whifewalls, wheel covers, and other optional equipment. Mtfub .r r O.'l C. And don't be surprised if the man at Plymouthland beats that figure. He's a w Dealitf Man" CLYDE 0VERD0RF MOTORS INC. STATE ROAD 28 EAST, TIPTON Tap Quality . FURV/BELVeoERC/VAUANT/BARRACUOA ^CHFtmER Salesman For Soap Company Sells Secrets NEW YORK (UPI)-Jt could have been dubbed "The Great Toothpaste Caper."- The story had most of the ingredients of international intrigue and espionage. There was a dashing young executive: thousands- of dollars in marked bills; a rendezvous of a New York'airport, a top secret document, and, finally, agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The protagonists inTtbe story were neither East against West nor 007 versus Spectre, ; ;but the two great U.S. soap competitors: Procter & Gamble and Colgate-Palmolive. The story unfolded Thursday in U.S. district court here. , According to federal authori : ties, the "spy" of the case wa? Eugene Arthur Mayfield, 26 a former junior advertising exec 7 utive of Procter & Gamble Who currently works as products manager for a Chicago firm. Mayfield allegedly placed a telephone call to a man from Colgate offering to sell P&G's 1965 plans for peddling its top product, Crest toothpaste. The 188 page document contained the projected budget and summarized P&G's advertising and marketing plant . for Crest, worth at least $1 million' to a competitor. The alleged transaction took place at a men's room .in the Trans World Airlines terminal at Kennedy International Airport on Nov. 14, 1S64, with Mayfield and the man from Colgate in adjoining cubicles. •Unknown to Mayfield, FBI agents tipped off by the Colgate man watched as the spy traded a» bulky envelope containing Thermofaxed pages o fthe 'P&G secrets for $20,000 in marked bills. . The spy then asked for the man from Colgate's trousers to assure his get-away. He dashed out of the cubicle and into the hands of the FBI arrested on federal charges of using a telephone to further a dishonest scheme. Thursday Mayfield was indicted by a federal grand jury and freed on $2,500 bond. He is scheduled to plead April 15. If convicted he faces a maximum penalty..of, $10,000 fine and 10 year?,,in,,prison. U.S. attorney Joseph <p. Hoey had nothing but praise for the unidentified people of Colgtae- Palmolive for their, swift action in contacting federal authorities. They didn't eventake a peek at Procter & Gamble's plans, Hoey said. THE ALMANAC Today is Tuesday, April 6, the 96th day, q£ 1965 with 269 to follow. •• ' American magician Harry Houdini was born on this day in 1874. On this day in history: In 1830, Joseph Smith organized the Church of the-Latter Day Saints, more familiarly known as the Mormon Church, at Fayette, N.Y. In 1909, Robert Peary became the first non-Eskimo man to reach the North Pole. In 1941, German troops invaded Greece and Yugoslavia. In 1955, Queen Elisabeth named Sir Anthony Eden to be prime minister, succeeding Sir Winston Churchill, who resigned the day before. A thought for the day—German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche once said: "It is not the strength but the duration of great sentiments that makes great men." Toxic Cleaners Court Disaster . Using flammable fluids, . like gasoline, or toxic ones, such as carbon tetrachloride, to. clean machinery parts in your farm shop is courting disaster. Dick Willsey, Purdue University safety specialist, points out that non-toxic and non-flammable liquid cleaners are available from most major oil companies. Toxic'materials are dangerous at any time, but especially when used in closed or semi- closed quarters. iFlammable fluids produce fum»a which can be ignited by a spark or an open flame. Sparks can be caused by dropping a tool or turning on a light switch. These fumes also can be ignited-by welders, shop furnaces and the flame from a match. Safe liquid cleaners can be kept in a dip tank to wash small parts or the solvent can be sprayed on an engine to loosen oily deposits.- . MARRIAGE LICENSES i >E a r' 1. Franklin Whittaker, Sharpsville" factory worker, to Sharon Lee Allison, 21, Russiaville, housewife. William Blake, 38, Spencer, construction worker, to Lucile Stone, 38, RR 2, Sharpsville, housewife. David Cleveland Zanone, III, 24, Memphis, Tenn., student, to Julia Patrica Ann Hawkins, 20, 811 Maple St., office worker. Nicholas E. Godfrey, 22, RR 2, Russiaville, farmer, to Diane Lyn Hinkle, 18, RR 1, Kempton, beautician. r LIVESTOCK INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)—Livestock: -Hogs 4,250; barrows and gilts very uneven, averaging 25 higher; l and 2,. 190-230 lb 18.2518.50; 1 to 3, '190-250 lb 17.7518.25; 2 and 3, 238-265 lb 17.5017.75; sows strong to 25 higher; 1 to 3, 300-350 lb 16.00-16.25; few} under 300 lb 16.50;' 350-500 lb 15.25-15.75; 2 and 3, 400-600 lb 14.75-15.50.- . Cattle 2,025; calves 75; steers and'heifers strong to 25 higher; heifers mostly 25 higher than Monday's full advance; high good and low choice ' steers 23.75-24.25; load 24.35; few I mostly choice 24.25-24.50; good 22.00-23.50; standard to low good 19.00-21.75; load choice heifers 23.75; choice 22.50-23.50; high good and low choice 22.0022.50;'good 18.50-22.00; standard to low good 18.00-19.50.; cows steady; utility and commercial 13.00-14.50; canners and cutters 11.00-13.50; weighty cutters 13.75-14.25; bulls g e n er a 11 y steady; utility and commercial 16.00-17.50; few utility 18.00; vealers fully steady; choice 29.00-33.00; mostly good 24.0028.00. . Sheep' 100; fully 1.00 lower; good choice and; prime wooled Iambs 23.00-25.00; most lots choice and prime 25.00. PEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Cora Jane Kincaid, et al., to Ralph S. Yarling. 30 acres, Sec. 29, Madison Twp. Lola Smith, et al., to Elvin L. Teuscher. Pt. L 7, B 3, Barlow and. Wilson's Add'n., Tipton. Tipton Bldg. and Loan Association to Jessie L. Davis, et ux. Pt. L 3, 4, Loer's Add'n.; Pt. L.6, Hancock's Add'n., Tipton. Jessie L. Davis, et ux., to •Herbert Brooks, et ux. Pt. L 3, 4, Loer's Add'n.; Pt. 6, Hancock's Add'h., Tipton. Elmo Burnette, et ux., to John J. Coachman, et ux. L 6,' William L. Berryman's Add'n., Tipton. ELK'S MEETING This Wednesday, April 7 Installation of Officers 8:00 P. M. Swiss Steak Supper 6:30 P. M. PRUDENTIAL insurance v can provide the money to pay off your mortgage if you die. For Ml information, call L. V. HART, I>Utrl<-l Aiccnt 20 YEARS SERVICE OS 54183 THE PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY I OF AMERICA! • mutual iff* Insurance company Mid-America • Home Office ^ Prudential Plaza, Chicago |SHOWS AT 7:00 AND 9:10 DIANA Ends Tonight I A masterpiece in suspence that will have you on the edge of your seat till the |very end ! ! ! "36 HOURS" |James Garner 0 Rod Taylor Eva Marie Saint Wed. thru Sat. |Story of the girl who wrote the No. 1 best seller! Tony Curtis*® Natalie Wood Henry Fonda Lauren Bacall f ?Mei Ferrer [_ESUE PARRISHand EDWARD EVERETT HORTOl TECHNICOLOR* From WARNER BROS Sat. Matinee at 2 p.m. "Lad: A Dog" ALL SEATS 25c ' LUCITE PAINT SHOULD HAVE BEEN $ IN CARTER'S AD MONDAY POLAR BEAR DRIVE-IN 15 Big SUNDAE SALE Celebrating Our 16th Year of Business Chocolate Sundae 0NEDAY0NLY WED., APRIL 7 Only 15 REGULAR 25c SIZE COME OUT!! HELP US CELEBRATE ! ! Thanks Agaih'For Your Patronage The Past Fifteen Years! EAST EDGE OF TIPTON

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