The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 20, 1965 · Page 6
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 6

Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, April 20, 1965
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PAGE 6 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Tuesday, April 20,1965 NEGLECTED • PORTLAND. Ore. (UPI) —! Student governmental bodies at! Lincoln High School in Port- j land have come up with a ' "statement of convictions.'* In it. they refer to teen-agers as "an important minority in -Am erica*" for which civil rights laws have failed to secure equal treatment. The statement also points out that ail teen-agers oujlht not be judged by the misbehavior ol a small minority. Advertise In The Tribune To remove discoloration from non-stick cookware, boil the following solution in the afflicted utensil for five to ten minutes: two tablespoons of baking soda, a half-cup of liquid household bleach and a cup of water. Then wash, rinse, dry and wipe with cooking oil. < AIIV V.II TIS K.M IvNT) Tomato Paste Sauces Meats Bolosnese Sauce is designed to beat the cost of meat by stretching veal, bcc-X, pork or chicken, and at the same time make "indifferent" meats taste delicious. From a small 6- ounce can of Contadina tomato paste, you can make a quart of Bolojnese Sauce. Use some immediately for veal or chicken, beef or pork; freeze remainder for future use. SALSA BOLOGNESE (SAUCE OF BOLOGNA. ITALY) ~ (Makes 1 quari) 1 slice prosciulJo or boiled ham. diced, or 2 slices bacon, diced V* cup olive oil Va cup each: diced celery, carrots and onion Vi cup flour 1 can (6 ounces) Coniadina iomslo paste 6 beef bouillon cubes 5 cups water 3 parsley sprigs Va bay leaf 'A leaspoon leaf thyme Dash pepper Brown proseiulto in 2 tablespoons oil; drain on absorbent paper. Add remaining oil and diced vegetables to skillet; cook 2 minutes. .Add Jiour; iiir until Jlour browns lightly. Add pr<>:--.~iult<> oiui remaining ingredients. Simmer partially cove:el. li hour;;, or until sauce measures 1 quart when . Mraiutd. U*e Jit once or freeze in 1 cup containers for later use. Thaw fur 2 hturs, or.heal very slowly about 15 minutes, stirrin?: well. To uso: Pour 1 cur> lj<.)l '.'t '.iic. ; '.: Snuce over 4 browned, well M -asmi'-'l pork or v i-l chops. -1 beef patties, or 4 pieces of chicken. .Simmer until meat is tender, about 45 minutes. N^xt Two Months Critical To Peace NEW JYORK iUPI) — The next 30 i to CO days may well prove decisive in determining whether | the fighting in Viet Nam can be stopped and some sort of peace talks begun, Stewart Hensley, diplomatic eorre ; '.nondent of United Press International, 1 said today. "If not. the peril of a major war in the area increases.'* he told the [annual breakfast meeting of editors and publishers of UPI subscriber newspapers. More j than GOO persons accepted invitations to the Grand Ballroom of the Waldorf - Astoria Hotel for the breakfast, which heralds the opening of the annual four-day convention of the ! American Newspaper Publishers Association. Hensley shared the speaker's podium with Donald J. Brydon, recently; returned after more than three years as general news manager for Asia, and with Minis Thomason. . UPI president and general manager, who greeted the guests and reported on progress of the news service during the year. Sees Intensification Hensley, of the UPt Washington bureau, said that administration 'officials generally believe there will be an intensification jpf the Viet Nam war before there is anv possibility of lc • peace talks. "Many diplomats are busily engaged in seeking a face-saving formula which will move the conflict from the battlefield to the conference table," he iai.-l. "If forced to hazard a guess, I would say that some sort of conference will be arranged within the next few months— nroviding the United States maintains its hammering, of North Viet Nam and continues to bolster its military position in the south. "At that point, however, my crystal ball clouds un. ••it o h v'°usly would be better to be talking than fighting. It may be that the best-we can hope for in the foreseeable future is an uneasy truce. . . maintained by Communist fear of the military consequences of breaking it." Brydon, who spent four weeks in Viet Nam in February and March, said he believed the present civilian government headed by Prime -Minister Phan Huy Quat had the best chance for survival and creating political stability of any since the overthrow of the Ngo Dinh Diem regime in 1963. No Decisive Victory It does not appear that either side can win a decisive victory in South. Viet Nam, Brydon said. He added: "The best bet probably is for a negotiated settlement of some .kind, perhaps along the lines of the Geneva | NOTICE i All lot owners in Fairvicw Cemetery wishing (o savcijlheir winter wreaths and grave blankets remove theni at once. We are going to clean all lots starting j April 22ncL I CEMETERY BOARD AS ADVERTISED IN LIFE MAGAZINE val-ue.. JS MOHAWK'S EXCITING NEW MfiEN CARPET FOR JUST $ 12 95 SQ. 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The Tipton Community Fund, voted to add $1,000 to the Tribune's Disaster Victim Fund and a check in that amount is being presented here by Jack Schmidt, right in behalf of the Community Fund, to Tribune managing editor, R;,D. Maney. • I (TRIBUNE Photo-Engraving) agreement for ending the fighting in Laos by including representatives of both 1 sides in a new government. ; "It didn't work very well in Laos . . . but it probably is the best the free world can expect, and that is why the United States is pushing the air attacks on North Viet Nam so hard." Thomason reported that the number of UPI ; subscribers •throughout the world now stood at G,066, a gain of. 220 during the last year. He said the challenge of clear and intelligible coverage of the news never had been greater, and i he detailed faster and more efficient methods of delivering it which Ul'I has instituted. Thomason noted recent changes in the command of UPl's news operations and took the occasion to salute Earl J. Johnson, retiring as UPI vice president and editor alter 44 years of service. Leaves His Hallmark "Earl is not really leaving UPI," Thomason said. "His hallmark of journalistic excellence and responsibility is deeply and indelibly ingrained in the service and in those who come after him. "His career spanned the development of UPI from a relatively small service to" the role it has • today as one of two equal and vigorous competitors on the American scene and preeminent on the world scene. "It was the good fortune of our organization that Earl Johnson was there during this development'. To Unipressers over the past three decades the initials 'EJJ' have always had a special ring and they - will continue to stand for a great tradition of responsibility in journalism." ' H. Roger Tatarian, UPI vice president who succeeds Johnson as editor, presided at the breakfast Advertise In The Tribune SAFE CASE CRACKED SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)—Officers rushed. down to Pier 14 Monday when dock workers snotted a safe- which had boon dumped in shallow water. A grappling iron was sent for. the safe hauled in and the door pried open. Inside was—a dead crab. The great waterfront mystery was declared closed and no autopsy was planned. CANDlE POWER ALBANY, Calif. (UPI)—When all.the power went out at Golden Gate race track Monday, racing was halted because bettors could not find their way to the betting windows. But when track officials obtained 500 candles from nearby St. Ambrose's Catholic Church in Berkeley, the racing resumed. BUY BONDS WORK HARD? 1 PLAY HARD? WEAR A CARAVELLE* division of BULOVA 135 • i rr FROM First low-cost quality watch. PRINCESS — Classic de- k\ sign plus the sbmina of jjrf sfcccVresistant construe- p tion. Precision jeweled j$ movement. 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