The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on October 7, 1964 · Page 6
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 6

Tipton, Indiana
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Wednesday, October 7, 1964
Page 6
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•I No* YOU DON'T NEED TO TRAVEL TO THE MOON!! WHEN RIGHT HERE ON EARTH, YOU CAN GET EVERY DAY LOW PRICES!! AND EXTRA FOOD BUYS. SO SHOP CARTERS SUPER MARKET AND SEE YOUR FOOD BILL COME DOWN TO EARTH. • at CARTERS RCAVICTOR ' New Vista , Sold at Tidier Electric || 1965 RCA COLOR TV. 21 inch Value $650.00 All You Have To Do Is Sign Your $5.00 Or Tape Each Time You Trade At CARTERS. «50°° $-)095 More Register BICYCLE FM RADIO DECEMBER 19th 1964 Popular Brands With This Coupon and $10.00 or More Order REGULAR 81c Maxwell"- Folgers - Chase & Sanborn— Manor House I PAGE 5 FOREIGN NEWS COMMENTARY By PHIL NEWSOM , UPI 'Foreign News Analyst WISTON HOUSE, Sussex, England (UPI)—At a London reception recently a representative of a Communist East European nation was discussing with an American newsman the consequences of Red Chinese possession of nuclear weapons. "Poof!", he said with an expressive wave of his hand. "Bad for us. Bad for you." In spite of the fact that in two important elections—t h ^stoek pile' U.S. and the British—foreign i policy takes a back seat among many voters' minds to issues at home, .the spread of nuclear weapons remains an uppermost problem in the minds of world planners. It has occupied an important part of the current Wilton Park conferences in which, in .the quiet surroundings of the Sussex countryside at British invitation, nations of nine Western nations have been meeting for a better understanding of world events. Impressive Speakers It is a small group but its list of speakers, given anonymity in the interests of frankness, has been impressive. A Briton close to British strategic planning centers believes that spread of nuclear weapons probably is inevitable, limited primarily by cost. Most nations have scientists wjth the nuclear know-how and some already have reactors capable of turning out the bomb's ingredients. India, for example, has a fairly large size reactor and a store of plutonium. billion, a heavy burden on its defense budget. Japan Concerned Japan, closest of the developed nations to both Red China and the Soviet Union, remains at the moment relatively un[ concerned over any immediate threat from China. Japanese military planners give themselves 10 years before they believe that, even with the bomb, the Chinese can build a delivery system and a The great blow, they believe, will be psychological and will fall the heaviest on the disorganized and under developed nations in Southern Asia. This is a point on which there seems to be general agreement. An interesting British suggestion is that the bomb is not a total horror—that its very destructive power makes the world more stable than it would have been without it. The same view holds that world disarmament is an illusion, valueless unless the causes that led to armament are first removed. BARRY JR. HERE INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)—Barry Goldwater, Jr., son of the Republican presidential nominee, will tour Indianapolis, Bloomington and Greencastle today before joining his mother in JIuncie. He plans campaign appearances in behalf of his father's bid before party rallies and college audiences 'after arriving from St. Louis. ui t u. t-.^^...^.... . .He and his brother, Mike, will An atomic threat from Red join Mrs. Peggy Goldwater, China could lead India also to their mother, at Muncie Thurs- draw from its limited resources j day for a "Peggy day" celebra-' into a crash program to build ( tion in their hometown, the bomb. A limiting factor is the cost of building a so-called gaseous diffusion plant whose product is NIXON SPEAKS OCT. IS INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — For- umu 3lul , pi*.... yi^i.^ ...;mer Vice-President Richard M. good only for nuclear weapons.!Nixon will speak Oct. 15 at Elk- Great Britain had one and hart at noon and at Marion at a closed it down. 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