The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on March 17, 1962 · Page 6
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PAGE 6 •THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE' TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES By carrier. In City, P«r W«*k .1 _-i._„- 30 eont» One year, Tipto" and Adjacent,Counties . . 57.00 Published Dally Except Sunday by TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. 221-223 East Jefferson Street, Tipton, Indiana, Telephone OS borne 5-21 IS Member United Press International News Service Entered as Second Class Matter Oct. 4, 1895 at the Postoffice In Tipton, Indiana, Under the Act of Congress of March 3, 187*. John Shook Is Promoted to District Sales Manager John W. Shook, of Goldsmith, has accepted a promotion as district sales manager for the Mid-West Mineral company. Greenwood. His district will be-the counties of LaGrange, Steuben, DeKalb, Allen and Noble counties in Indiana; Branch and Hillsdale counties in Michigan, and Williams, Defiance and Paulding counties in Ohio. Mr. and I.Mrs. Shook 'will move Monday to their new home at 307 West Michigan street, LaGrange. mo LATE FOR CLASSIFIED! FOR RENT — 3 furnished rooms. • 41G E. Jefferson. Gas heat, no children or pets. See Mrs. Mable Jones. C-145 home NOW... t ,__ with our HELP! Make those Spring improvements with the help of an economical loan! You borrow at reasonable rates and we'll work but a monthly payment plan to suit your budget. Come in and discuss your money needs NOW! CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK OF TIPTON Bryant (Continued From Page 3> devotions were given by Mrs. Lester Miller. The club discussed plans for Achievement day. Pennies for friendship were collected. •Mrs. Lester Miller gave a safety report and asked members questions concerning driving and rules. The meeting was closed with singing of the club prayer. (Mrs. Dallas Warne will be hostess at the April 12 meeting at 1:30 p. m. Tamera Noble ana Carta McCorkle were guests and members present were Mesdames Myron Henderson, Ray Henderson, John McCorkle, Marion Henderson, Wal- Hilton Habbs, Lester Miller, Dennis Bryant and Ray Noble. Students Compete Students representing T.H.Sri_ the Regional . Achievement Contest "March 24 are: Senior English, Lee- Anne Poster, Lorene Bergman and Susan Levi. Junior. English, Sally Hamblen and Mike Regnier, with Judy Lilly and Pat Rench as"~ alternates. Senior Math, Vici Barker. Junior Math, Elroy. Schulenburg. Sandy Durham and Rich Browj. Sophomore Math, Larry Brockett, Jim Powell, and Bill McGraw. Freshman Math, To be announced later. Sophomore Latin, Linda Hensley and Vickie Graham. Freshman Latin, Destry Lambert, Lou- Ann Allen, and Carol Hoke. FOR COUNTY COUNCIL Arthur Huggler.'RR 2, Sharpsville, a resident of Liberty precinct two, filed Friday in the office of the county clerk as a Republican candidate for the county council from the fourth dis,trict. MOTORIST FINED Kenneth L. Ehright, 18, 415 Armstrong, paid a fine and costs amounting to $18.75 in city court Friday on a charge of having an improper muffler on a motor vehicle. . Advertise In The Tribune FALVEY'S FIRST DRAWING NEW SUIT CLUB MARCH 24th REGISTER NOW FALVEY'S Gromyko Delaying Talks With Rusk By STEWART HENSLEY United Press International GENEVA <_1PI) — U.S. officials said today Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko appeared to be putting off another face-Jto-fa-ce meeting with Secretary of State Dean Rusk until he receives new instructions from Moscow. They said the Russian official has indicated he wants to.con­ tinue the Soviet-American 'discussions on Berlin and a nuclear test ban but so far has been unable to agree on a definite date for the next business meeting. Gromyko's apparent desire to continue to talk about Berlin in meetings outside the general disarmament . conference ' here ' kept alive a dim spark of hope that some progress might yet be made. '• However, Premier Nikita Khrushchev's tough election speech in Moscow Friday foreshadowed no easing df the tension. Gromyko and Rusk will "meet next Tuesday night, if not sooner, at a dinner to which the Russian •has invited the U. S. official" But the expectation is that a two-power'meeting — or possibly a Big Three session with British Foreign Secretary Lord Home— will have been arranged before then. The Russian, British and U. S- mmisters, who met several times earlier in the week, have not gotten together outside the 17-nation disarmament conference since it formally opened Wednesday. The arms conference, faced with a tighter-than-ever' East- West deadlock over how to police a disarmament aigreement and nuclear test ban treaty, was in recess over the weekend' until Monday morning. nt>" ID I C NOTICE TO CAR BUYERS THESE CARS ARE SHARP AND GUARANTEED 1961 Buick Le Sabre 4 Door H.T. (low mileage) one owner. Power brakes, Power steering, Aut. 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Transmission, clean, one owner ._ -. ._ $695 SERVICE MOTOR CO. Open Evenings Phone OS 5-4549 123 S. Independence Street Tipton, Indiana • ; >. • .-. ' • •' - : : : ' I f. ' • ' •Baptist Speaker Dr. Monro*' Parker Dr. Monroe Parker, president of Pilltbury college, Qwatonna, Minn., will speak at First Baptist church March 18 through March 21 at 7:30 p.m. each evening. Sunday serv ices will be at 9:30 and 10:30 a.m and 6:30 and 7:30 p.m. Monitoring (Continue- from Page 1) h-that any nation which perfect- e_ a means of orbiting and returning space vehicles could pack them with atomic weapons. Motorists (Continued From Page I) Next day, Deniston got this letter from Reasor. "My sincere thanks for the refunds. The lunches now will taste real - good and. this is a promise, when I am going through Rochester ' I will try your^ highly regarded restaurants." The British and Amerieans were obviously discouraged that Russia was more. firmly opposed than ever to the international inspection and controls which the Western powers insist are necessary to guarantee observance of any disarmament plan or. test ban. HIGH AND LOW NEW YORK (UPI) — The lowest temperature reported to the U. S. Weather Bureau this morning was 8 below zero at Huron, S. D. The highes.t temperature reported Friday was 82 degrees' at Miami International Airport, Fla. Quick Irish Wit Treasured By All Among other things, the Irish are the creators of the Irish "bull' —defined as a statement that twists itself into an absurdity. On St. Patrick's Day, let's'take a look at some examples of these typical Irish, locutions. Burglar -r- Your money or your life! Pat—Take my life then, for I'm saving my money, for my 'old age Father to unruly child. — The next time I take you out I'll leave you home. Every time he opens his mouth he puts his foot in it. Proverb — An Irishman is never at peace except when he's fight ing-. From a letter — Mary, this is the third time I've written to you asking you to be my wife. If you won't do it, then return this letter unopened. Pat.. Brady had an accident. Flynn — Brady, are you killed? Answer me. If you're killed, say so. Brady — No, iFlynh, I'm not kill ed, but I can't answer you. I've been knocked speechless. FAITH OF THE IRISH The deep religious nature of the Irish is .shown in the. twenty-line Irish Te Deum, in the sixth line of which it is stated, "Thanks be to God for weal and woe." Dawn Song (last four lines of 12) St. Patrick's Day it is—it is And rates a perfect morning, For everywhere the Irish are Much gayety's anborning. —Violet Alleyn Storey MATINEE TODAY AT 2 P.M. Ends Tonight k Thousand Laughs in 8 Minutes of Fun!!« Columbia Pict-Oss pORSentsT. . Robert Dolores ' C,TJJH .WlGfTtR-HAfffJOffES Frank:e * •.- , , Ert»'« MIPN MACS *^!_fl -A PHIUP BAPRy PR_50U _T1QIM Plus "Pirates of Tortuga" Sun.-Mon.-Tues. Wed. Continued Show Sunday Starting at 2 P.M. A Fast-Paced, Laugh-Filled Comedy Brought to You by Billy Wilder who also Brought You "The Apart Intent" and "Some Like It Hot." James Cagney - Horst Buchholtz - Arlene Francis Pamela Tiffen Starts Thurs.-"Hey, Left Twist" v«l St. Patrick Was A Gentleman His father was a Gallagher, His 'mother was a Brady, His aunt was an O'Shaughnessy His uncle an O'Grady. —Henry Bennett. Girl Scouts (Continued from page 3) Mrs. Cunningham; 324, Mrs. Ben He, Mrs. Halford; 340, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Herman Levi; 181, Mrs. Al ice Ryan, Mrs. Frank Moore, Mrs. W. E. Moody; 152, Mrs. Welches and rs. Hinshaw. Mrs. Welches and Mrs. Hinshaw'. The prbgraim will again be presented by Tipton Girl Scouts on April 28 at 2:30 p. m. at the Alexandria fair ground building as a part of the Wapehani council "Friendship Festival." Parents and friends are invited to attend Want Ads Pay RALPH LEATHEBMAN About this question: We returned from a weekend at the lake to find our home ransacked and several hundred dollars of damage done and items stolen. Is it true that.our Homeowners Policy will pay both'the loss from vandalism, and from theft?" W. T. (Tex) Carter Buys Jefferson Grill - W.T. Carter, who operated the Dew Drop Inn- and Stokely Cafe here from 1945 to 1957, has assumed ownership of the Jefferson Grill. Nina Purvis has sold the business she has.conducted since last May. Mr- Carter, familiarly called "Tex," comes to Tipton from Sylvia, Tenn., where he had been engaged in' farming. He announces the restaurant will be open seven days a week, from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. . •• _ Butler \ (Continued from Page 11 Hawks never caught up. Len Chappell paced' Wake Forest with 34 points while junior Tom Wynne scored 29 for St. Joe's. White scored 31 points in all for Villanova. His spectacular one man show was simply too much for NYU. which played the entire game with just five players. Sophs Barry Kramer with 26 points afld Harold Hairston with 22 led the Violets. Baker hit on two free throws and Pauly connected on a layup to pull Oregon State away after the Beavers and iPepperdine had traded basket for basket in the final nine minutes. Baker, Pauly and Counts each scored 15 points, but Bobby Warlick of Pepperdine had 23 to lead all scorers. Superior backboard strength and outside shooting paced CLA to a 43-30 half time lead ' and the Bruins never trailed, although the Aggies narrowed' the margin to just two points at 63-61 with 4:11 left to play. Gary Cunningham finished with 21 points and Utah State's Cornell Green had 26. An Irishman Continued from page 1) but we may have exacted tribute. The tribute would be the "wearin' o' the green" on St. Patrick's Day . . . and a fanatical love of the "auld sod" . . . and also the land of their adoption ... if they be over here! We Forgive TO MAKE A long story short— we forgive this fellow who showed up today without a Shamrock . and who claims a small mixture of the Irish . . . and fully agree with his last paragraph ,'. . when he mentioned the people with" the picturesque fancies of speech . . . the simple faith ... and the love of an argument. "Now there's the TRUE TEST of an Irishman . the love of an argument! No matter which side he takes .... just so it Van argument! LOVE THAT "BLARNEY" ... and from the likes of us—to the likes of you ... Happy St. Patrick's Day .... and ERIN Go Brach! .".'-. CITY TO APPEAL SHELBYVELLE, Ind. UPI — The City. of Shelbyville will appeal a $30,000 damage award to a 13-year-old boy who was injured when he stepped in a chuckhole. A Johnson Circuit Court jury at Franklin awarded the damage Thursday to Gary Morton, Shelbyville. • City Atty. Donald. Brunner said Friday he would file a motion for a hew trial within 30 days and would appeal to the Indiana Appellate Court if overruled. . City officials said the award would require a bond issue or a special appropriation for $20,000 of the amount.' The remainder is covered by municipal liability insurance. BUY U.S. SAVINGS BONDS NEW MODEL ON DISPLAY • 4 Located 1100 N. Main St. Tipton Open At 1:00 p.m. Till Dark Daily Pick the lot of your choice and we will buy it for you. and build, the home you desire. No Down Payment or Closing Costs When Using VA. NON VETS CAN WORK OUT DOWN PAYMENTS C & S BUILDERS INC 147 Market Rd. Tiptoa SAT., MARCH 17, 1962 Synge Reported feol lrjsh,Tqlk i. John Millihgton -Synge, poet and playwright, is credited with having the best ear for the flavor of the native Irish speech and thought. In his "Playboy of the Western World" he . gives his characters many a felling line. Christy Mahon says, "I'm mounted on the springtide of the stars of luck." Shawn Keogh, who fears the loss of Pegeen to the. interloper, says of Christy, "I'd liefer be a bachelor, simmering in passion to the end of time, than face a lepping savage the like of him (who) has descended from the Lord knows where." Pegeen father, Michael Flaherty, says, "A daring fellow is the jewel of the world." Sr. Patrick's Birthday \ A controversy developed. when some said St. Patrick was born March 8th and some insisted on March 9th. The question then raised was, "Was the child too fast, or the clock too slow?" Father Mulcahy resolved the difficulty by suggesting combining 8 and 9, so March 17 was set as the date. So runs another of the charming Irish legends. . Stone Hauling Parking lots & drives graded. G. W. Rode. OS 5-6856. P-Sa.-M-W.-F.-147 White table covers in floral design, 40 inches by 300 feet $4.35. TIPTON TRIBUNE. P-tf Chariot Sturoovant Post No 46 American Legion will meet Monday at 8 p.m. BELL THORNTON, Commander Regular Keeling M o n d a y. 12 noon. Tom's Cafeteria. Eugene Ritz, President Richard Smith, Secretary Jefferson Grill Under . New Management Everyone Welcome Open 7 Days a Week Lunches • Dinners • Short Orders W. T. CARTER PLATE SHOOT Sunday Afternoon 1 P.M. at ^ Conservation Grounds MOOSE St. Patrick's Day Dance HOMER O'FOUT'S BAND 3-17-62 Members Only . In keeping with our policy to offer the finest in china we have added to our fine china line the name of SPODE. 5pc. place settings from $6.90 9A EE__Z

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