The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on January 24, 1962 · Page 6
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PAGE 6 STUDY CLUB-TO MEET Kempton Woman's Study club will meet Friday at 2 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Lee Cauble, south of Jtempton. Two lessons to be presented are "Our International Obligation,"' by Mrs. Howard Orr and "United States and Canadian Relationship," by Mrs. Virgil Ma- Mrs. Lester NEIGHBORHOOD MEETING IS SCHEDULED THURSDAY All adult Girl Scout leaders are invited to attend a Girl Scout Neighborhood meeting at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at the home of Mrs. Carl Graf, 425 North West street. MEETING IS CANCELLED The Friday meeting of the Kill Kare club has been cancelled. Join Shoe Club now at Z Z Shoe Store. First drawing Feb. 3. To enroll call OS 540«:i or OS 5-G527. Sponsored hv Tri Chi sorority. , C-99 (Continued from Page 3) with a poem "Strange Titles of Hymns." Refreshments were served to one child, Karen Mae Henderson, and 16 members, Mesdames William Zeigler, Ray D. Henderson, Donald McCorkle, Oral West, Hilton Hobbs,. Kenneth Dickover, Myron Henderson,, Carl Sloan, Lee Kauffman, Bert Castor, Mabel Hobbs, Emma Hobbs,: Hazel Castor, Florence Leonard, Salome Henderson and Lester Miller. Celtics DIANA Ends Tonight EMSpffiiff. HMWAUIS Thurs-Fri.-Sat. DOUBLE FEATURE You Couldn't Ask for More Perfect Entertainment for All! ammoz' com -MEhi-- PLUS Starts Sunday Debbie Reynolds in "~ COLOR by DC I LUXE Club Calendar WEDNESDAY BPW — 6:30 p.m., Tom's cafeteria. Women of Moose—7:30 p.m., lodge hall. THURSDAY Girl Scout Neighborhood meeting —1:30 p.m., Mrs. Caid Graf, 425 North West street. • *" Newcomers club — 8 p.m., Mrs. Don Elcstrom, 124 North Conde . street. ^ebekah lodge No. 502—7:30 p.m., Rebekah hall, 'iome Demonstration council—10 a. m., 4-H and Community building. VFW Auxiliary — 7:30 p.m., VFW hall. FRIDAY Kill Kar club—cancelled. Kempton Woman's Study club—2 p.m., Mrs. Lee Cauble. World War I Barracks, Auxiliary— 7:30 p.m., Legion home. Election of officers. SUNDAY Challengers class — 12:15 p.m., Kemp ^Methodist church. Magic Mirror Beauty Salon. Ph. OS 5-6038, 323 W. Madison. P-T-W-Th-104 ELK'S FISH FRY Friday, January 26 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. Adults S1.00 - 'Children All You Can Eat Elks and Their Families Only 50c (Continued from page 4) time advantage. The Lakers pulled to within nine points with 8:42 left in the game but the Celtics responded with an 11-3 splurge that iced the contest. Tom Heinsohn scored 28 points and Bill Russell had 22 for the Celtics while Jerry West scored 32 points and Rudy Larusso had 20 for the Lakers. It was Boston's 38th win in 47 games and boosted their lead over {he . second-place Philadelphia Warriors to 10 games. The Chicago Packers defeated t h e New York Knickerbockers, 109 103, and the St. Louis Hawks scored a 115-107 victory over the Syracuse Nationals in other games. Bob Leonard scored 39 points and Walt Bellamy tallied 28 for the Packers while Richie Guerin had 25 for New York. Bob Pettit's 34 points were high for the Hawks and Dave Gambee scored 21 for Syracuse. The standings: • ( j Eastern Division W. L. Pet. Boston 38 9 .809 Philadelphia 30 21 .588 Syracuse 23 27 .540 New York 16 32 .333 Western Division Los Angeles 36 15 .706 Cincinnati 29 21 .580 Detroit 21 29 .420 St. Louis 19 32 .373 Chicago 10 36 .217 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Inside Indiana STAR ROUT BIDS SOUGHT The postal department will receive bids^ until Feb. 23 for 'transport of mails between Tipton and Elwood, and Tipton and Cicero. Detailed announcement is posted in the local postoffice lobby; The vehicle for the service, must have a carrying capacity up to 450 square feet. MINER IS CRUSHED SULLIVAN. Ind. (UPI)—Auddie Secrest, 52, Dugger, was crushed fatally Tuesday when ' a shuttle car pinned him against the rib of a tunnel in the Pandora coal mine near here. Secrest died two hours after the accident in Mary Sherman Hospital here. Trade at Home WINTER TERM CLASSES Start Jan. 22 and Feb. 5 We are offering diploma and certificate courses for stenographers, secretaries, bookkeepers and accountants. Free employment service to graduates. We suggest that eligible applicants apply for registration now. KOKOMO BUSINESS COLLEGE Main & Taylor Sts. Kokomo/ Ind; OAS Suspension By H. DENNY DAVIS United Press International PUNTA DEL ESTE, Uruguay (UPI) — The stage appeared to be set today for the suspension of Fidel Castro's Cuban regime from the Organization of American States without the diplomatic and ^economic sanctions desired by the United States. The United. States and Argen Una agreed Tuesday on a plan calling for suspension of the Castro regime from the inter-American system, increased precautions against Communist infiltration of the Western Hemisphere, and economic and social development through President Kennedy's "Alliance for .Progress." Other nations previously ~ regarded as "holdouts" at the foreign ministers j conference here seemed certain 'that a resolution along those lines' could win the 14 votes needed for approval. Early today, representatives < of Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, Haiti and Mexico drafted a memorandum declaring the Castro regime "incompatible with the inter-American system." All of .these nations except Haiti had been regarded as members of the inter-American "hands off Castro" bloc, and even Haiti had refused to support the idea of imposing economic sanctions on Cuba. , | • ; The chief details remaining to be worked out were the legalistic technicalities involved in isolating Castro's Communist regime from the life of the hemisphere. If it proves impossible to agree on legal details here, it might be necessary to call a conference, of the Organization of American States to revise [its charter, postponing suspension of Cuba for 60 to 90 days. Argentine agreement to t he plan was conditioned on its being placed on a i "sound juridical basis." . ! . ON "TODAY" SHOW Jazz pianist John Bunch, son of Mrs.,Ida Bunch, 134 E. Washington street, was scheduled to appear on the "Today" show at 7 o'clock this morning. , Bunch has been connected~with Woody Herman's and other big- name bands. FOUR YEARS AGO — 1958 .». •'•[ . '• At the Purdue "Ag" Alumni fish fry Rome Findling of Windfall was awarded a certificate:.of distinction, and William Findling was recognized as a distinguished: alumnus Paul j Doversberger' of Sharpsville was hailed as t h e "king of the show ring" for 1957. ADVERTISE IN THETRIBUNl (Continued Frem Paoa I) another freshman if he should win a Senate seat, ~ - - ^ In similar! status are other capable Hoosier GOP congress men, Adair, HOSPITAL NOTES including Reps. E. Ross Fort Wayne, and William G. Bray, Martinsville. Both have considered running for governor or for the Senate but have ruled against it. Vetoed Aspirations Veteran - Democratic Reps. Ray J. Madden, Gary, and Winfield K. Denton', Evansville, likewise have considered and' vetoed gubernatorial or senatorial aspirations. . In other states, many congressmen are promoted to the Senate, but not in Indiana since the days of the late Sen. James E. Watson. The path from the Statebouse to the Senate has been equally rocky. Among! its casualties have been Govs. Henry F. Schricker and Harold W. Handley. So, all in all, the congressional status ' quo-' may appeal rather strongly to yosng John Brademas. Brademas has said he will decide what to do at or after a meeting of the 3rd District Democratic ] organization this coming Saturday. He said he wants to find out what support he might get in his home area. Tip- Charles Rubush ; Jan Min Walden, Atlan ; J. Be Illges, fipton Rob- Cox Sharps- 1* <Max :05 p. Gold Medal Beef CalVes Must Be Entered Soon Gold | Medal Beef Calf nominations are to be made before Febru-, ary 1, |>t the County Extension Office, where nomination blanks are now available. The Gold Medal Beef Calf Club is sponsored locally by the Titpon County I Livestock Breeders Assn., and the Indiana Livestock Breed ers AsS. is the state sponsor of the beef gaining project. The owner of Gold Medal Beef Calves must be a member of the Indiana Livestock Breeders Assn. This mem bership is fifty cents and may be secured at the extension office. Gold JMedal Beef Calves are to be born after January 1,1961. Steer calves must be sired by a registered sire] Heifer and bull calves are to be registered. The birth date is required on the nomination of all calves. [Steer and bull calves are required to gain 2 lbs per day plus 70 lbs birth weight. Heifer calves are required to gain IV2 lbs per day, plus 70 lbs birth Weight. The calves are to be weighed during next July. Calves that make the required gain are eligible to compete in any county; district,, or state Gold Medal Beef Show. Tipton County Livestock Breed- erg Assn. -sponsors' the local -show during .the 4-H Beef Show at the Titpon |County 4-H Fair. 1 Tipton County Gold Medal exhibitors compete in I district shows at Muncie, Lebanon, Noblesville, and Marion as well as 'the : state competition during the Indiana State Fair. ADMISSIONS; Mona Jonej*, ton; Ed Graham, Tipton; Hudson, Atlanta; Opal Swayzee; Edith Kay, Kokomo et Ealy, Frankfort; Wamty niear, Kokomo. DISMISSALS: Darrell . Elwood; Jeanette Jackson, ta; Randy McDaniel, Tipton Grishaw, Tipton; Iverna Tipton; Charles Boes, . Thomas Collins, Akron, Ohio, ert Nash, Titpon; Brenda Sharpsville; Lee Trinsky, ville. " • , BIRTHS: Mr. an d Mrs Roberts, Greehtown, boy, m., January 23. Registration To Start Jan. 24 At IU Kokomo Center Registration will begin VTednes day (Jan. 24) and continue through Friday /for the spring semester of the 'Indiana University Kokomo Center. Students may register from 1 to 5 and 6 to 8 p.m. Classes will begin Monday, Jan. 29. The semester will run through May 26, with spring vacation scheduled for April 18-26. Forty-five credit, courses will be offered toy the Center next semester, and in addition there will be a comprehensive program of noncredit courses.in liberal arts and the fine and practical arts. ' The first two years of most undergraduate programs and com plete two-year certificate programs in various fields of study are offered by the I.U. Center. J The enrollment of credit students for the spring semester is expect ed to be approximately.the same as for the semester just ended, which was 64.L A total of 112 of thse students were enrolled for full- time work. NINE YEARS AGO — WS3 A Brownie Scout troop was formed at Windfall with-Mrs. Richard Lewis as leader and Mrs. Alton Brown and Mrs. William Mitchell as assistants. Officers were Kit Lewis, president; Judy Blessing, vice president; Annette Mitchell, secretary; Paula McNewJ song leader. Other members were Bon nie McLish, Candy Brown, | Mary Ellen Bolinger, Donna Findling,. Judy Cousey, Linda Osborn, and Nancy Jo Dobbins. Six foot nine Bevo Francis was making' headlines as a freshman star on little Rio Grande college in Ohio. A verging fifty points a game, • he had one game mark of 116 points. He had passed Johnny f ^Brjen's marks set at Seattle U. or total season points, and total free throws. If memory serves, scholastic difficulties stopped him before he finished his colleg^ career. BUY U S. SAVINGS BONDS Your Congressman REPORTS 1% by I J. EDWARD IROUSH Fifth District,! Indiana The big news of the past week in Congress was .the jsubmitjtal of President Kennedy's' budget for fiscal 1963. It calls for record expenditures and record incomes with a predicted surplus jof just under a half billion dollars.! The projected, expenditures of $92.5 billion represent an increase of 3.4 billion from fiscal 1962. Nearly all of the'increase comes in the area of national defense, international affairs and space programming. The domestic functions have been held to an increase of only 4- tenths of one percent. It is encouraging that, with such substantial increases in national security expenditures, the budget can be in balance. j Of particular interest to residents of the Fifth District is the proposed expenditures on our flood control projects. The budget message recommends an appropriation of $1, 800,000 for continued construction on ithe Salamonie Reservoir and $1,690,000 for work on the IMississi- hewa Reservoir. No recommendation,was made for the start of construction on the,Huntington Reservoir.- ••- j •.. The recommendations for the Salamonie and Mississinewa projects are extremely j encouraging. While these recommendations are hot actual appropriations, the committees of the Congress f rely very heavily on-.- them. This practically guarantees that work on these two vital flood control projects will con- • tinue at nearly full speed. | The Huntington Reservoir, will be 1 fully designed and planned at the end of this fiscal year: Construction > funds for this project fall into the "new start" category and • are, therefore, more difficult to procure. A request for a supplemental recommendation to include funds-for the Huntington Reservoir has already been submitted to the Director of the Bureau of the Budget and requests for the appropriations will be made to. the appropriations committees at the proper time. There, were .thirty five new construction starts recommended for the fifty states. Indiana has one hew project programmed Levee Unit number 5 on the Wabash River south of Vincennes. "Tiext week the House of Representatives will take up the first major legislative proposal of the year, the -WED., JANUARY 24,196? proposed postal rate changes. The bill which will be considered would put the Post Office Department on a self-sustaining basis by increasing its revenues by $621,000,000. President Kennedy asked specifically for this legislation in both his State of the Union and budget messages. The Senate will continue its consideration of the bill to provide tax relief to DuPont-General Motors stockholders who are forced to divest themselves of their stock because of the anti-trust finding against the companies. Action'in the House Committee on Science and Astronautics win begin . soon on America's biggest year in space. Congressional (Continued From Page I) ment resulted in the cancelling' or postporiment in Louisiana, Indiana, Illinois, Virginia and the Canal Zone of several planned seminars and discouragement of others in the embryonic-stage. The sum total of all actions taken against anti-eommunist statements and seminars^ more of which will be discussed in subsequent articles, strikes at the very 'heart of whajt should -be. our principal strength in the war against the godless ideology of communism." This \ strength is the morale of both the J Armed Services presonnel and the civilian American public. Without good morale, the .will to win,. and the belief In our ability to. win.-the j protracted conflict with communism cannot be resolved in our favor. In .the next article I shall discuss inadequate troop information and education, programs to teach the troops about the enemy and his brainwashing techniques which worked so effectively in'Korea .because our men were ill-prepared. Support Home Town Activities To Rural Farmers You need not be inconvenienced by distance. Prompt service is available to rural and city families alike. A phone call will bring the necessary assistance and advice. FUNERAL HOME TIPTON • Dial OS 5-4780 ctiririco AOVIStIS SPECIAL DRESS SALE 120 BEAUTIFUL $8.99 DRESSES In Full Size and Vz size Range. 2 piece solids, lovely prints in acetate, part wools, challis, crepes SALE PRICE $ 4.99 CANDY SPECIAL I*ull Mi k Chocolate Star Reg. 69c Value 53* HEY KIDS, A BIG BOX J\ ' ASSORTMENT OF \ * $1.00 Games, Tricks,; Etc. 12 Different Numbers V }-'•-•:••] ,V-•••;»••.•: Vf:, ii-:'-, *; Plastic Fruits <10 Piece in a Bag Real Value at . Boys Cottons Crew Socks White & Colors Yaw will want Several Pair at 39*

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