The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on October 8, 1964 · Page 2
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 2

Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, October 8, 1964
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: 3; ? • Page 2 THE TIPTON DAILYTRIBUNE Thursday, Oct 8,1964 TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Carrier, In City, Per Week.- ^- r 35 cents By Mail, One Year, Tipton end Adjacent Counties .-S8.00 Member United Press International News Service Entered as Second Class Matter Oct. 4, 1895 at the Postofflce 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. Mariey fessors in mind to do .if. Q. HOW WILL THEY function? A. They will draw up a report. Bi-partisian of course. 6. HOW ABOUT CUBA? A. All; that can be done—will be done. Q. WILL YOU BE firm against Castro? A. .Yes—but within the limits of world opinion'. We cannot affront what others think of our image. Q. HOW ABOUT DISARMAMENT? A. I believe it is up-to us to show the world that we are not inflexible. " Q. HOW DO YOU plan to do it? A. I feel that we .mus.t implement our peaceful intentions and show that we 'bear no one ill will. Q. DO YOU ALSO include the Communists? A. I mean no one in particular. I feel that it serves no good to look upon anyone as our enemy. Q. SIR—does this mean the TODAY IS THE DAY ... and one that will be remembered by many Hoosiers, the day the President of the United States visited Indianapolis, the Hoosier capital! IT IS A DAY when party politics should go by the board, regarding the feelings of the voters . . j, for we are honoring the President—and the OFFICE of the President. With the weatherman creating 'Democrat' weather . . . things should really be in gear at Indianapolis. THIS WILL BE the time for the kids in the big city also—we remember a visit by high officials in our youth . . . when we perched on dad's shoulder to get a glimpse of them . .and also watched the trend of the election on the old SCOREBOARD the Indianapolis News used at election time ... in the building on E. Washington St. WELCOME MR. PRESIDENT . . . may your visit be unmarred by any unpleasantry . .". we . Hoosiers are the best when welcoming someone to our State. THE PANTS PROBLEM WE WERE SOMEWHAT irritated . . . but mirthful, this a.m., as we witnessed a panel of Today on -T-V . . . and heard the problem of 'Women and Pants' discussed. Frank Blair— the old handsome pro of the , panel, said there was a time and a place for them . .'. Hugh Downs reserved judgement . . . but said he kinda liked them! FRANK QUOTED a few lines from a jingle by a well known author . . . that went something like this: WEAR THE PANTS if you must my dear, TO SOME they ai-e intriguing; BUT HAVE you ever seen.your­ self WHEN YOU WERE FULL retreating? THAT'S ALL we're gonna' say. Some look O.K., some don't . . : and we like our ladies to have their way—they usually do anyway. THEY SHOWED a few models . . . even went so far as to show some by a french gig . . . for a bridal oufit and wedding. That did it! Blair cracked: "I hope the groom wears pants!" SECRET! -THERE'S A STRANGE liquid falling from the skies as we write these lines at 8:25 a.m. It's been so long since ,we have observed rain—it can't be—but it is! The Demos have captured the weather station! BLUE DEVILS . WELL . . . the coaches and their polls are hard to fathom. Tipton plays a close one with Cathedral . . . and they rest in 14th spot. C. H. S. is in fifth! We shall see whether the close one was what they must believe it. was . . . when those Devils tangle with Elwood . . . and Cathedral and their Indianapolis RANKED FOE meet! COME ON DEVILS! Rev up that motor . . . and turn loose tomorrow nite. You'll be on home grounds . . . and we believe the Panthers will find rough sledding! P.S. WHILE WE ARE on sports . . . how about those Cardinals? P.S.S. WE ARE STILL Yank believers . . . hard to shake a habit—even with everybody but Ham on the other side of the fence!. THE PRESS CONFERENCE! IN THIS DAY and age, the Press Conference has taken on a major role. It is an art . . . only to be" indulged in by men of 'jousting ability' . . . who can really jostle the words . . .and usually make them come out meaning practically nothing! HOW ABOUT THIS for a composite of many conferences?, O. IN CASE YOU are elected, sir, what are your plans? A. I INTEND TO take a progressive posture, in line with my party's thinking. Q. WHAT WILL BE your first move? A. Forward. Q. WHAT WILL YOU do first? A. Whatever is necessary. „ Q. DO YOU HAVE anything to say at this time about your appointments. A. I cannot name them—but they will be men of vision. Q. CAN YOU GIVE us any clues about them? A. Yes—they will ,be forward looking too. Q. AS YOU SEE the world situation . . . 'what do you think we should do? A. I plan to appoint a study commission. ... . and 1 have some qualified pro- IN HOLLYWOOD UPI Hollywood Correspondent HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — Television gained a matriarch this season in Gladys Cooper, the 75-year-blcT character "actress who plays den mother to Charles ' Boyer, David Niven and Gig Young in a new series. As staunchly British as the Union Jack, Miss Cooper welcomes the harsh hours and tribulations of a weekly show. " "I love it," says she. "Sometimes it's a bit of a strain but I manage to keep pace with no trouble at all. I'm not like some of the young people who grumble at everything." Miss Cooper saves her grumbling for the fact that she is now called an "iron woman" instead of "super woman," which friends once used to de- Soviets? A. Next question. Q. WHAT ABOUT TAXES? A. If elected.. I solemly promise they will be drastically lowered. Then we can increase spending for essentials like foreign aid and government personnel. Q. WHAT SIR, do you believe to be the most, important problem in the world today? A. Wining the election! P.S. •' HAS BEEN USED for years . . . but still potent!TODAY'S TIDBIT IT'S E.X PENSIVE to be POOR and INDEPENDENT! scribe her capacity for work. ' "I think 'super woman' was more attractive," she said. "And thank God I'm healthy. I don't drink, or smoke too much. I do both, but not to extreme." The fragile grand dame was ensconced at a table in the Cock and Bull restaurant on the Sunset Strip, a hangout for Hollywood's British colony. She wore a shapeless white hat and sleeveless . cotton dress, which revealed a deep sun tan. "I go swimming two or three times a day — either in my swimming . pool or in the ocean," she continued. "It keeps me fit. I swim all year 'round. Even when it's cold and raining.." She studied the English paraphernalia on the walls of the restaurant with obvious satisfaction: "I'm a resident alien. Never have become an American citizen. I came here for six weeks 26 years ago and I've been here most of the time since." She still thinks of England as home. She has, as a matter of fact, a home at Henley on Thames, where the famed Henley regatta is held. Both her daughters are grown and married to actors. Daughter Joan is the wife of Robert Morley and Sally is the spouse of Robert Hardy: Whenever time permits Miss Cooper flies to England to see them- both.- RIP KIRBY CHANG E-OF-LIFE... doesitfillyou with terror...frighten you? Read how countless women have found ,^ij£jfe the way to overcome change-of-life fear* ^reSK® Have yum reached that time of countless women ha**, wHfc Ufe when one minute you feel — " Buffocating hot flushes and the next axe clammy, cold, nervous, irritable? Axe yon in an agony of fear? Don't jnst suffer these miserable symptoms of change- of-life! Find relief the way Tfc» oantl. BMdidna wtt it* gtaiU warn* LYDIA E. PLNKHAJtf gentle Lydia E. Pinkham Tablets. 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