The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on February 19, 1962 · Page 6
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 6

Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, February 19, 1962
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PAGE 6' THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE" 'MON. FEBRUARY 19, 1962 NOTlfK TO BIDDERS Notice is li^arbv piv*-n that the Trust*-*- and Advisory Board of Wild- rat Township,! Tipton County, Indiana will, on \hr 2S day of February. 1SS2. at thr Trustf.-'s Office Icnatt-d in said Township r*-<-* i iv* k sealed bids on the full owl nix. 1 Z4 l J assenti*-r School Bus (Kody 'and chassis Complete) Specifications are on file in the Trpst«-e\s Office, copies or which may b»* set-un-d for the asking. Proposals will foe received at the Trustee's Office, opened and read in public at .6:0M p.m., February 2S. 1S62. All sealed bids must be accompanied by a Certified Check to the extent of T) percent of the Bid. The Trustee and Advisory Board reserve the. rig'ht to accept or refuse any or all bids. Albert Johnson Trustee 'Wildcat Tvrp. Tipton Countv. Indiana. 0 -119-123 mo LATE FOR CLASSIFIED 1 ' WANTED—Persons interested in bidding janitorial Service for Selective Service System Draft Board, Tipton, Ind. send name and address to Area Mgr. General Service Admr., 502 U. S. Post Office & Court House, Indianapolis, 4, Indiana. O. H. Taylor, Area Mgr. C-124 Magic Mirror Beauty Salon. Betty Atchley available all day Wednesday and evenings, Toots Delph 9 a.m. through evening daily. 323 \V. Madison Phone OS 5-6038. C-M.T.W. 133 ifHii} Get CASH TO pay foxes oncj gth«r ci* se>;:nonts—on just your own signature and stcwrity. LOANS UP YO $500 to both men and womtn. Come in or pfceni us today tor tht amount you rotd. TODAY! Hospital Notes ADMISSIONS: Bernice Shockney, Tipton; Robert Jones, Tipton; Judith Nolley, Kempton; Claude Reynolds, Hemlock; Daisy Stout, Tipton; Geneva. Gaiser, Atlanta; Helen Lange, Greentown; Jack Parr, Tipton; Ola Phipps, Oakford; Roland E. Swigart, tyissia- ville; Bertie Jarrett, Sharpsville; Margaret. Cooper, Tipton; Cora Decker, Arcadia; Irene Garst, Atlanta; Linda Samuels, Atlanta; Clarice. Ann Gordon, Arcadia: Mary Fox, Tipton; Charles Forwood, Kokomo; Jewel Murray, Tipton; Fred Johnson, Elwood. " DISMISSALS: Albert D e n n i s, Frankton; Frances Likens, Tipton; Richard Lewis, Windfall; Joseph Ross, Tipton; Linda (Brumley, Windfall; Anna Marie Galvin, Atlanta; Charles Hudson, Atlanta; Chester Strong, Tipton; Mary Helen Maney, Tipton; Alva Rood, Tipton'; Ronald Swigart, Russiaville; Paula Legg, Tipton; William Kendall, Tipton; Nellie Richardson, Greentown; Ethel Eaton, Sharpsville; Jean Miller, Windfall; Carol Moore, Windfall; Rosemary Osborn, Kokomo; Wayne Kenworthy, Kokomo; Virgil McHone, Tipton; Robert Hutchins, Kokomo; Ohvanne Ven- Meter, Cicero; Curtis Kennedy, Tipton; Marieta Hatfield, Tipton; Gerald Huffer, Hiliisburg* Mary Stewart; Tipton; Ethel Hannah, Kokomo; Christine .Roadruck, Tipton; Ralph Davis, Michigantown. BIRTHS: Mr. and Mrs. John Samuels, Atlanta, girl, 6:59 p.m. February 17. PITZERS HAVE SON Mr. and Mrs. Pitzer, route 1, Sheridan, are parents of a boy born February 8. at Riverview hospital, Noblesville. He has been named Dwain Alan - and weighed 8 pounds six ounces. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Homer Crawford and Mrs. Dorothy Pitzer, both of route 2, Kirklin. LOCAL FINANCE 5Uj KEN SULT. Mgr 117 N. Main OS 5-2982 LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE Meeting Tuesday 8:00 E:S.T. BILLY LEWIS, Gov. CHAS. O'TOOLE, Sec. Tipton Rotary Club Tuesday 6:15 p.m. Tom's Cafeteria Walter Honeychurch, Pras. Keith Portar, Stey. HOOVER SWEEPERS 'Sales & Service " Foster Furniture Store "Down Our Way - We Deal Your Way" Tipton Nash Winner of State Barrow Show William* G. Nash of Sharpsville captured "he carcass grand championship of the Hoosier Spring Barrow show for the fourth time Saturday.' Nash was winner in 1956; 1959, 1980, and 1961. Two other Tipton county 'exhibitors placed in the. events. Nash's win was in the lightweight class, with a Hampshire. E. F. Alderson and Son of Sharpsville took fifth in this class, and W. R. Orr.of Tipton took eighth. In the medium weight division Lvnnwood Farm of Carmel placed fifth. In winning, Nash received a clock trophy from Kroger company, and he and Mrs. Nash will receive an expense paid trip to Chicago and a television appearance, courtesy of the Hy grade packing company. Assisting Nash in his farm operation are his two sons, Richard, Purdue senior, and James, high school sophomore. Nash manages 800 acres in the northern part of the county, and markets 2,000 hogs a year, including a large number of purebred sales (or breeding purposes. He has won many state and national awards. SON BORN SUNDAY TO MR., MRS. RICHARD CLARY A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Clary, of West Lafayette,. Sunday evening. He weighed seven pounds, four ounces. The father is a student at Purdue university. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Lester Miller, route 1, Atlanta, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Clary, 229 Calumbia avenue. CLUB TO MEET TUESDAY The Sanamindji Country Neighbors club will meet Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Janie Storms, near Pickard. Roll call will be, "What I Do To Relay." CALVINS HAVE SON 'Mr. and Mrs. Robert Calvin are parents of a son born February 13 at Tipton county hospital. The baby, who„ weighed eight pounds two.ounces, has been named Jeffery Ray. He has two brothers, Lyle Bruce and Danny Jay, Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry lark, route 2 Atlanta and the paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ray Calvin, route 1. REBEKAHS TO MEET Members of Rebekah lodge No. 502 will meet at the Rebekah hall at 7:30 p. m. Thursday. ANNUAL FARMERS MUTUAL MEETING IS THURSDAY Tbe_annual meeting of 4he Farmers 'Mutual Insurance '"-'company will be at ll.a. ni. Thursday at the 4'H and ommunity building. Policy holders, their families^ and friends .are invited to be"-'present to hear; a report of the year's business Changes and by-laws, which will be' read, for approval, and' a" complimentary luncheon at noon. . Farmers Stand to Get Just One Thing for Sure- ... if the 17 Hoosier REMCs' plan to use a ..~> $60,225,000 Federal REA loan is approved • These boyi hope to use a 35-year, $60,225,000 REA loan —at only 2% interest—'to build an electric generation and transmission system that would'only duplicate existing investor-owned electric company facilities already, serving them at low rates. The government has to pay more than 3.8% interest on i the money it would have to borrow to loan to them. Farmer? and ether taxpayers would have to matt up the difference. -And —these REMCs pay NO Federal income tax on their profits. Farmers and other taxpayers j^uld have to make up the lets. • \ In thirty-five years it would cost taxpaying farmers and. \ t others more than the f60,225,000 4«e amount of the loan. ECT RIC COMPANIES OF INDIANA ^Mjchicjon Elecftk Cnmpnny • Indinncpoli-. Fuwr, i liqdi (on-,|ian ( • Ki.ith-i n l »i!iunu HuW .i 5i -r VKI ijmpuny •3*'';" Public Service Company of Indiono. I-" Smit'i-n f,«-. ;m ! (<,.i.,..>ny Investor-Owned Electric Light and Power Company Sharpsville and New Lancaster Sharpsville defeated St % John's 39-36 to take the county 'Junior High basketball championship in the annual Kids Tourney Saturday night and New. Lancaster coached, by Bob Sullivan won the grade school championship 18-13. The free throw championships in both divisions Went to a pair of New Lancaster brothers, B. Martin taking the grade school crown with an .800 mark and (brother Tom taking the junior high crown with a .692 average. ;'; Tipton Junior High had the best yell block in its division while Lutheran was the best YeU block in the grade division. • , Verl Grimme, who planned the tourney, expressed appreciation to all who contributed time in making it a success.- . v The Jr. High final game box: •SHARPSVILLE FG FT PTS Stout 6 7 19 Vanosdol 2 1 5 M. Watson 1 0 2 Salsbery 4 1 9 E. WaUon 2 0 4 Dye . 0 .0 . ,0 Eaton -000 TOTALS 15 9 39 ST JOHN'S ... Bath 0 0 0 Renie 4 0 8 Alvel 4 1 9 Ertel 0 0*6 McCorkle 0 1 1 Weber 1 0 2 Smith ,3 ©..„ 6 Stacey 0 0 0 TOTALS 12 2 26 GRADE SCHOOL NEW LANCASTER J. Phifer " 2 1 5 iFtoyd 1 2 4 Swift 10 2 B. Bartin " 1. 1 3 Beiselback 2 0 4 TOTALS . 1 4 18 PRAIRIE Hinesley 0 0 0 Hinkle 2 0 4 Moore 30 '6 Straup 0 0 0 Harlow 113 TOTALS . - 6 1 13 DEATH IS SUICIDE BEDFORD, Ind. (UP1) — Jack Price, 68, was found dead of shotgun wounds Saturday in his trailer home and police said an autopsy indicated suicide. Price's estranged wife, Irene, 52, found the body. ACTOR CRITICALLY ILL MINECJLX, 2*.Y/\(yPI)—Veter­ an actor' 'James Barton, 71, who suffered'a heart a ttatk, was reported In" critical condition today ai Nassau Hospital. ; r Barton;'who.'played• jhe role v of Jecter Lester in .Tobacco Road on Broadway •'in the ;i930's, was rushed to', the ' hospital Sunday from his home in New Hyde Park. 'r''.:. White. table covers - in floral design, 40 inches by 300 feet $4.35. TIPTON TRIBUNE. . ' ' P-tf Now Thru Wed. Most Pictures End In A Theatre. This Picture ends! late at Night in your Heart' ELIA KAZAN'S PRODUCTION OF UaMltMHiiitie- eesiiaiii^iiiiuit. .--HTMWBtt iUMftCMIITft Thurs.-Fri.-Sat DOUBLE FEATURE .. 'Bachelor Flat' , 'AND . 'Claudelle Inglish (Continued from'Page 4) seasons berths in the NCAA and NIT continues. The leading conference-winners and -10 at-large members complete in the NCAA while 1 berths are open in the NIT. v - v — •;• 1 Top-ranked Ohio State boosted its unbeaten record to 20-0 overall and 10-3 in Big Ten play by downing Michigan State, 80-72, Saturday night at East Lansing. The Buckeyes got an' unexpected 24 points from junior guard Doug McDonald,' who was averaging six points 1 a game. Kansas State Wins In other games involving the top 10 teams,! fourth-ranked Kansas State kept in the Big Eight picture behind Colorado by belting Oklahoma, 71-63; Bradley swept past Chicago, 69-39; Sixth- ranked Oregon Suite suffered its second straight loss during the weekend, losing to Washington, 73-61. j . Seventh-ranked Duke, led by Art He'yman's j 26 points, humbled Navy, 91-72; eighth-ranked Mississippi State beat Florida, 67-45, to remain a half-game in front of Kentucky, ranked No. 3, in the Southeastern Conference battle, and Dayton enhanced its bid for an NIT. berth by halting ninth, ranked Duquesne, 71-48. Tenth-ranked Southern California, which snapped ULA's ' seven game winning streak Friday night, all but ruled itself out of the Big Five championship by losing to the Bruins, 68-62. Three Big (Continued from Pago 4) . Big Tori Standings By United Press international Ohio State —10 0 1.000 878659 Wisconsin 7 2 .778 763 743 Illinois . . 6 3 .667 779 733 Purdue .....i 7 4 .636 939 912 Indiana .1 4 5 .444 671625 Iowa 1. 3 6 .333 633 673 Minnesota — 3 7 .300 814 849 Mich. State -. 2 8 .200 730 781 Northwestern 2 8 .200686 787 Saturday's Results . Ohio State 80 Michigan State 72 Minnesota 73 Northwestern 64 Michigan 84 Wisconsin 65 •Indiana 72 Iowa 69 Purdue 100 .Illinois 88 Monday's Schedule Illinois at Wisconsin Michigan at Indiana Michigan State at Ipwa Purdue vs Notre Dame at Port Wayne, Ind. {only games scheduled) PALMER WINS MIAMI (UPD—Arnold Palmer, $6,000 richer after, defeating Sam Snead in an exhibition match over the weekend; ^was expected to announce -today ^whether'' he Will return-, to :the'.tournament golfing wars- this w,eek or rest a while at his .home: base,, the Country Club of /Miami. . '. — The British Open ..champion, winner of his - last-"two tournaments this winter, planned: 1 to decide today".whether'.he will'play in the New .Orleans Open, next stop on the PGA tour:. Over the weekend, Palmer defeated Snead by'.five, strokes in a $10,000 36-hole exhibition sponsored by .the Junior. Chamber of Commerce. He: carded 67 to 68 for Snead Saturday at Palm Aire Country Club in Pompano Beach, and 70 against Snead's 74. Sunday at Selva Marina Country Club in Atlantic Beach, to finish with 137 for the 36 holes, five under par. Snead collected $4,000. The Jaycee-selected charities who got the proceeds from the match came out well ahead, too. With almost 7,000 fans turning out Saturday and another 5,000 Sunday, paying $4 a headj. ><> CARMEL SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT TJPTON til -8) SftERIDAW ' — r * ,R-HUtiS. 7 p.m. JACKSON CENTRAL FISHERS tia-7) PAT. APTEftHOOS 4 1st game -at-- •• NOBLESYILLE ' 117-2) , fttALNUT GROVE- 13-] i TOT CARMEL f WESTFIELD- 14-14) , p.m. 2nd game KHAItflOHSHIP On The Sidelines ' .'. -i .j - • (Continued From Pago 4) that job, they'll be the starters. Sometimes it happens that an upper classman may. be the second best boy on the team but he is needed for one position at which his coach feels a younger boy is the best. The older boy might then be a reserve waiting-for another to get into foul trouble when he can go on wihout weakening the'team. Pick Tho Best Boy 'On the other hand," Thimlar continued, "if a younger iboy conl vmcesl the coach he is the best man for the particular job concerned, the coach will start him regardless of what class he is in." Thimlar then went on to point out., countless coaches from.the highest ranked schools in the state whp have started sophomores and freshmen on teams that go to the semi&tate and state. Joe Piatt has been using i Goose Iigon as a. starter for three years. Marvin Crawley is using' a sophomore this year at Lafayette. Bob Straight tpjqk, a^freshman to the semi-finals Irom Huntington last year. Gunner Wyirian bad a' sophomore lineup at the state, last season for" Tell Citjv The' Itet- is. countless. _ ANY coach' will .go wth the' boy he feels is capable of doing the best"job for iam. Here at Tipton two years ago. who lacked .eight straight Points- Aftef-Touchdown' for' coach Jake Weger's Tipton Blue -Devils than freshman, Orrie Smith? Who did Weger pick out to round' out his halfthne relay team last year but Sophomore Donnie Lankfqrd and that, team set a new Tipton record for the-event. Jim Rice, won one division of the CIC 440 for Tipton When he was a sophomore,, and a .coach can only use two boys in any one race, so it was clearly a question then of a sophomore being able to do the job better than any of the upperclassmen. • ; •. Thimlar closed his discussion by saying, 'it is up to the fans and. the players to decide whether they want to be starters on a losing team or members of a winning team. That isjthe deciding factor in the mind of any coach when he makes his. selections. Guess the Winners Hero's a chance for everyone to prove how good an "expert" they are in this Hoosier madness called basketball. Clip the above coupon, fill in the teams you think will win each of the above : games, and list the total number of points you think will be scored in the tournament finals by both me finalist teams. Mail or bring your ballot to. the Tribune before next Wednesday noon. The winner will be named in the Tribune immediately after the end of the Sectional, and if he or she is a Tipton fan, will receive a 3 by 5 photograph of the 12. man Tipton. Sectional team. Prairie 47-57 Loser To Young America The visiting team from Young America (Cass county) pulled away in the second half to defeat Prairie Township's Purple Aces 57 to 47 at Kempton.Friday night It was the Yanks'.fifth win of the season. Prairie scoring: Stakleback 11, Hinsley U.Spaulding 9, Drake 8, Vawter *, Floyd 4, Draves and Lineback .0. Total, 47. Young America scoring: Hook 33, Thomas 13, Babb 12, Manning. 10, Robertson 9,'B. Johnson and AmthaUer, 0. Total, 47. f Jefferson Tops Tipton Twp. 62-51 A second half .drive carried Jefferson Township's cagers to a 62, to 51 victory over Tipton Township (Cass county), at the Bunker Hill Air Force Base Friday night. Tipton township led at the first two stops, 12-10 and 27-23. but it was a 41-all deadlock after three periods. Buaongartner led. all scorers with ten field goals and four free throws for 24 points. Hartwick got 10, Fred Gtibbs 8, and Wood 12, and Bill Gibbs and Smith, each four. Hinkle's 16 topped Tipton scorers. Robbins had 9, Layman 7, Frank. 7, Grant.5, Rush 4, Gunter 3. 5 Indoor (Continued from. page 4) indoor mark fstablished. Hurdler Ha&s Jones breezed over the 70-yard hurdles in eight seconds flat, chipping two-tenths of a second off .the- world indoor mark set by Lee Calhoun in 1957 and equalled by Jones last year. The Detroit school teacher now has 27 consecutive victories. Dave Styron of Northeast Louisiana State, who had pushed Jones to the hurdle record, came back to take the 70-yard dash in seven seconds flat, equalling a 36-year- old record shared by four other sprinters. Girls Assault Records It was the girls competing in the National AAU women's indoor, meet held as part of the games who really assaulted the record- book. New world indoor marks included a :58.2 by 17-year-old Suzanne Knott of the Ohio Track Club in the 440-yard run; a :09.2 by Joann Terry of Tennessee Ail in the 70-yard low hurdles; a 2:17.5 by University of Hawaii coed Leah Bennett in the 880; and a .48.6 clocking by the Tennessee A&I 440 relay team. The individual star, however, was fleet Willye hWite of Chicago's Mayor Daley Youth Foundation, a triple winner -with victories in the broad jump, the 50-yard dash and the 100-yard dash. Her broad jump of 19'6%" automatic-" ally became a new women's indoor standard, since it was included in the AAU meet for the first time. • APPROPRIATE ADDITION BROCKTON, Mass. (UPI) — Mrs: Janet Berry, 20, gave birth to a nine-pound baby Sunday .in the Kingston Nursing Home where she lives with her husband. Appropriately the hew addition to the all-male nursing home was a boy. Methodist Church Banana Nut Bread Bake, Tues., Wed., Feb. 20, 21, 75c. Call OS 54271 or OS 5-4341 for orders. C-119 Everything's coming up posies for the Special! A: s r TOUR QUAiaTTBOTCIt DEALER W TIPTON » S ERVICE MQT0R C0o 123 Sttllfc kA *gMm\lM* . h ... . 'i , i '.o^y sofsetimJ .Jjg voftiool oeo 1 yoor' .o'oftt''^eo^sr ^or Poiiblo '^^^ Cbecli Used Cord 1

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