The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on October 2, 1964 · Page 2
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 2

Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, October 2, 1964
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PAGE 2 THE tl PTb ^PAlS TRIBUNE Friday, October, 2, 1964 TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Carrier, In City, Per Week- 35 cents $8.00 By Mail, One Year, Tipton and Adjacent Counties— 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, 1879 PUBLISHED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY BY TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY 221-223 East Jefferson Street. Tipton, Indiana. Telephone OS 5-2115 ROUND TOWN AND THE CLOCK With the Tribune by R. D. Manej The crux of the Goldwater theme in Indiana yesterday seemed to be: "to be or not to be" ... in other words, appeasers of the communists or the adoption of an attitude of firmness that would leave no doubt as to where we stand regarding any further inroads by the reds in world affairs that were of prime importance to the U.S. R T . "TO BE or not to be" ... the strongest champion of democracy in the world . . . using an attitude of firmness toward the reds . . . and a stop to the spending spree Goldwater believes is leading the country to ruin, or a ccriinuation of the present policy hs contends is losing us many friends throughout the world. THE REPUBLICAN candidate likes train travel much better than plane .... finds it more 'relaxing'! Barry, places Indiana and Illinois among the states theGXJ.P. will have to take- to win. Or—as he put it—"you must have one". • i R T IN THIS CAMPAIGN we will hear many strange reports-^-and despite the fact that both parties have stated they will not use the "truth squads" again ... to determine whether 'fair- play" is on the agenda . . . one has the feeling" this will be the wildest, low-swinging campaign of them all: It nas already started—and it will gather momentum—rather than 'back up'! ROUND TOWN AN ADDITION TO the Don; Ross Motor Sales lot . . . with ample space to 'work-over' trade ins.- R T A HEAVY 'DEW this a.m., looking a lot like rain may have visited us . . .could be a.'preview' of Hilda! .-, ; / R T LITTLE POLITICAL 'HUDDLES' starting to form here and there — especially in the coffee clatch area. R T PEOPLE IN A disregarding the "walk signs" at the Main-Jefferson intersection. F. T A SORT OF feeling in the bones that we are in for a drastic change in the weather. A REMINDER that dusk is the most dangerous driving time . . . this being October . . . the peak of traffic accident hours are not those of deepest darkness . . . but the twilight to dusk hours from about 5 to 8 p.m. This being the time for quite a few people to be homewjrrd bound . . . will make it doubly dangerous. GUITE A DIFFERENCE I ACCORDING TO statistics we received . . . the members of the House, of Commons in England receive an approximate $5,000 per year . . . and this amount must house them, pay any secretarial help, postage, travel, etc. Quite a difference compared to the $30,000 plus received over here! Yet they serve. Could if be that they are more concerned about the welfare of their country—than politics? IT'S THAT TIME! HUMAN NATURE being what it is . . . most home owners put that power mower away withj a sigh of relief about this time; of year. They are glad to ibe through with the lawn work : for the season . . . many of them (included) don't care to think about even the simplest storage procedures. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED: DRAIN THE OIL and fuel from the tank, fuel lines and carburetor. A suggestion is to run the mower until the tank is HURRY %till §0 Vote.?. and the choice is yours! Don't vote... and the choke is theirs? Register... I or you haveng choice! Published as a public servic* in cooperation with Th» American Harilaga . Foundation and The Advertiiing.Council. empty. CLEAN OR REPLACE the spark plug. WE WOULD GO on with the info received via the mail—but feel that most fellows stop right there—and in the spring,. . . their thoughts turn—at the last moment.—to ihe mower . . . and they take it to a" man who kr.ov/s! .WANTED! 'WANTED: "Young people to help bury America. Openings for pall bearers of truth and .grave diggers of Democracy. No prior experience necessary." THIS IS*a caption of a special bulletin sent out by J. Edgar Hoover . : . and bears reading. They are after our young folks now! IF COMMUNISM advertised its true aims in this manner, it would become a dusty, cobweb covered doctrine untouched by young Americans steeped in a heritage of liberty and freedom. But the treachery of communism does not permit such a factual recruiting poster! A RECORD NUMBER of young people are now entering college classrooms to engage in one of man's noblest pursuits: the search for truth through the acquisition of knowledge. Intensive drives .by the communists will be in the offing—or already started — for recruits aniong these young folks.' GUS HALL—general secretary of the party . . . and the true face of communism in this land cf-the free, has another MASK to WEAR ... to dupe the unwary youth. IT IS the DuBois clubs of America . . . with an insigna a half white, half black circle en- compasing a white . hand and black hand — under a dove! Thus the symbols of unity, brotherhood and peace wave as a banner for an ideology that countenances discord, hate and violence. This group and its communist parent would have us believe that communism has only one hand—the extended, open hand. But a look over the shoulder fees the other hand clasping the BERLIN WALL and squeezing freedom from enslav- »(\ millions. It i.5 difficult for young Amencsns to comprehend. Eitl if they I urn an objective, analystical searchlight on this idealogy . . . they will understand COMMUNISM for that it is a materialistic-godless dogma: dedicated to world domination. By spreading its poison through young veins, gangreotis eomnrinis.Ti is attempting to render the future America a quadruple amputee ... a nation without freedom of speech, p.-ess, assembly, -nid religion. XXX BUT THE YOUTH of this nation-farmed with the scalpel of truth, can and must cut off this disease from the body of America. THIS IS a challenge to our, YOUTH! Ed Meloche says ... "If you want a youthful figure, ask a woman her AGE." Fall is' the season when extra expenses begin. : We would feel privilaged to serve you with your money needs.. Free Budget Counceling (Call far appointment) eave* hated LOANS 112 N. MAIN OS 5-4433 TELEVISION PROGRAM : WISH-TV (Channel 8) ! Friday, October 2, 1944 4:00 Secret Storm Early Show Early Show News-Cronkite News-Hickox Bawhide The Entertainers Gomer Pyle The Reporter News-Hickox Sports—Late Show Late Show Saturday, October 3, 1964 8:00 Mister Mayor Schools , Tennessee Tuxedo Quick Draw McGraw Mighty Mouse Playhouse 11:00 Linus Lionhearted 11:30 The Jetsons 12:00 Sky King 12:30 'Fishing Fun 12:45 Baseball: 1:00 Cleveland at New York 2:00 Baseball . 3:00 Baseball 4:30 5:00 5:30 6;00 7:30 8:30 9:30 10:00 11:00 11:15 12:00 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 WFBM (Channel 61 Friday, October 2, 1964 Match Game WFBM Presents WFBM Presents WFBM Presents fruntley-Brinkley News-Caldwell International Showtime Bob Hope Theater (c) Jack Benny Jack Paar fc) News-Caldwell Weather-Sports Tonight (c) Tonight (cl Saturday, October 3, 1964 8:00 Three Stooges Three Stooges Hector Heathcote (c) Underdog (c) Super Car Cap'n Star Fury Make Room for Daddy Sports Special (c) NCAA Football: Iowa vs. Wash, (c) Football (c) Football (c) 4:00 4:30 5:00 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:30 9:30 10:00 11:00 11:15 11:30 12:00 9:00 S:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:30 • 1:00 1:30 2:00 3:00 WLW-J (Channel 13) Friday, October 2, 1964 4:00 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:15 6:30 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:30 11:00 11:15 11:30 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:30 1:00 1:30 2:30 3:00 3:30 Trailmaster Bill Jackson Rifleman News-Atkins News-Cochran Cheyenne Jonny Quest (c) Farmer's- Daughter Addam's Family Valentine's Day 12 O'clock High Death Valley Days News-Weather-Sports Ivews-Young 77 Sunset Strip Saturday, October 3, 1964 8:00 Politics in Prospective Symphony Backstage Timothy Churchmouse Buffalo Bill Jr. Shenanigans Annie Oakley Casper Beany and Cecil Bugs Bunny Hoppity Hooper Land of Allakazam American Bandstand Bill Jackson- Bill Jackson Roller Derby , WTTv Channel (4) Friday, October 2, 1964 4:00 Mickey Mouse Club 4:30 Superman * 5:00 Popeye and Janie 5:30 Kocky 5:45 Popeye and Janie 6:00 Magilla Gorilla 6:30 Leave it to Beaver 7:00 War Story 8:00 War Story 9:00 Lloyd Thaxton 9:45 News-Ungersma 10:00 10 O'clocfc Movie 11:00 10 O'clock Movie 12:00 Open End Saturday, October 3, 1964 11:30 Bowery Boys 12:00 Bowery Boys 1:00 Oneness of Things 1:30 Lesscons for Living 2:00 Hour of Stars 3:00 All Star Golf 3:30 . All Star Golf WORRIED? — Ouane Knapp, 22. boyfriend,of Vonda Kay Van Dyke, the newj Miss America, says in Phoenix, Ariz., that lie is happy for Vonda but is uncertain how her Miss America title will affect "the two o£ us." NEXT PREMIER? — Probable, successor to East German Premier Otto Grotewohl, who died, is First Deputy Premier Willi Stoph (above), considered something of a mystery. 3 Model RVE 21 63-Lb. Freezer has Swing-Open Door for easy access. Frozen Storage Tray holds an additional 14 lbs. of frozen foods. Full-Width Porcelain Enamel Crisper holds % bushel of vegetables. Butter Compartment holds a full pound of butter. Plus 2-Position Shelf, Interior Light, Handy Egg Shelves, Door Shelf Storage, (g) Built-in Quality. DAY SPECIAL! REG. §267.49 s $ 179 95 IN AND SEE US ERVC0 INC. E. Side Square Tipton OS 5-4064 QUINTS HOME—This new home being built for the Andrew Fischer tamUy—that's the quintuplet family—is nearing completion near Aberdeen. S. D. It's on an 800-acre farm. Presidential Outlook Outlook '64—Ohio By HASKELL SHORT United Press International • COLUMBUS, Ohio (UPI)— Most'of Ohio's political leaders believe Republican Robert Taft Jr. will be elected senator by a landslide and will help the party's national ticket - in the crucial state. They see Taft as having a warmer personality than his father, the late Sen. Robert A. Taft, and as being more moderate in his .political- views. But the Cincinnati Republican is not taking chances with overconfidence in his move toward big-time politics which some believe may lead to the White House. Taft needs only to remind his followers that Senf. Stephen M. Young was elected in 1958 when nobody thought he had a chance. The peppery Democratic senator, who recently turned 75, pulled one of the biggest upsets in Ohio political history in beating Republican Sen. John W. Bricker. - Campaigning Hard To avoid an upset, Taft is campaigning hard all over the slate. He has been in 80 of the state's 88 counties, eating ice cream at the county fairs and shaking hands on the streets in small towns. This has been the route of the state's most successful politicians and Taft travels it easily. Young is a resourceful campaigner with a long, colorful career of ups and downs in politics.. He has not traveled as much as Taft but almost every day lashes at "Birch, Barry aDd Bob." The best political thinking in the state is that Taft will lead the GOP ticket and will help- Sen. Barry Goldwater. Taft urges Goldwater's election in all of his speeches and privately predicts the Arizona senator will carry the state in -a close race. Democratic leaders are not as optimistic about their senatorial candidate. They. believe President Johnson must, carry Ohio by 500,000 votes- or more to help Young to another Senate term. Predicts Johnson Victory Young predicts Johnson will carry Ohio by 500,000 to 800,000 votes. He tells those who disagree with him it is not the first time he has predicted victory when others - expressed doubts. The consensus of political leaders is that Ohio and its 26 electoral votes must still be won. Candidates for local officers report good turnouts at party rallies but they say many votes still are undecided in the presidential race. The. senatorial race in Ohio attacted wide interest early, primarily because Taft was a candidate. His father had been Senate Republican leader, was known as Mr. Republican, and was a contender for the party's presidential nomination, jjis grandfather, the late William Howard Taft, was President and chief justice. Astronaut John H. Glenn's entry into the race as a Democrat added interest. Many predicted Glenn would beat Young and that the Taft-Glenn winner eventually would run for president.-An injury sidelined Glenn and Young was nominated. Young, who supported the New Deal and iFair Deal - programs when he was acongress- man from the state at large, has gone down the line for the Kennedy-Johnson programs. Taft, as congressman-at-large, has voted against many of these programs. The only, issue upon which the two candidates agree is the civil rights question. Both supported the bill when it was passed by this session of Congress. Challenges Young Taft challenged Young to debate the issues. Young proposed each candidate issue a position paper a ' week and spend a week discussing their position in their speeches. Taft said Ycung : "wants a paper debate on the issues of his choosing." Since, they have gone their separate ways, disagreeing on what the issues are and the solutions of them. Young calls extremism the No. 1 issue and in his speeches calls on Taft. to denounce the John Birch Society. He accuses Taft of "carrying water on both shoulders, Goldwater." He says Taft tailors his political philosophy to fit his audience. ' Taft said he did "not\sfee the "so-called extremist issue as the No. I issue/' He say£ Democrats* f are ttffofrftfe'i labels at the votcr^ .emotion! la "built by association" attack upon free speech and freedom of thought. The issues, Taft claims, are "Bobby Baker, fiscal integrity, President Johnson's spending programs, Cuba, Viet Nam, the Berlin wall, beef prices, education, civil rights, ' unemployment, and the farm program." "IRREGULARITIES" — William H. Godel (above) was fired Aug. 24 from bis Pentagon post as deputy director for management of the advanced projects agency because of "possible Irregularities In the handling of certain administrative funds," the Defense Department has announced. He was a 12-year employe. Two others were permitted to retire. Godel la appealing his case. u. S. SAVINGS BONDS; DR. R. M. BALKE Podiatrist Announces Opening of Office — Room 6 Citizens National Bank Building Tipton, Indiana Every Wednesday. Call Tipton OS 5-4123 on Wednesday for appointment. THIMBLE THEATRE bv ALEX RAYMOND I'VE- SOT TO GET RID OF POPEVE'S [COUSIN SMASH BEFORE I "STARVE TO "DEATH i ( HM? MO SSA HAS LISTED?J f MAYBE-SHE'S ? —~ 1 •• " ' LISTED IN THE CLASSIFIED UNDER 1 WITCH"-, OK \ PERHAPS \/| UNDER )' I "EVIL HAS"? 't_ BLQNDIE By Chick Yai** i LOST A| THOUSAND-] DOLLAR DEAL CHEER UP, BOSS-- J WHENEVER I HAVE BAD LUCK LIKE THAT I JUST WHISTLE PUNNV-I'M ALL lli 1 ^ PUCKERED UP. BUT NOTHING COMES OUT /• BRICK BRADFORD By Claranc* Gratr I CANNOT PO THAT!..., I W1U- MAK6 THIS OPFEIZ. TO YOU.... YOU MAY RETUPN TO OUf* PLAMET WITH] ifc AMP MAKE IT V-3U^ HOME.... LEAVE VCU1Z. ANC-.ENT TIME- MACHINE ON THIS SueMED-.OFF

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