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ARCHIVES MDlAa&POl' 18 * ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS MATTER OCTOBER 4, 1895 AT POST OFFICE AT TIPTON, INDIANA VOLUME 69, NUMBER 10 TIPTON (IND.) DAILY TRIBUNE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1964 •7 CENTS PER COPY — 35 CENTS PER WEEK Hoosier Candidates Today By United Press International Branigin: Terre Haute today and tonight. Riffine: Fort. Wayne- with Richard Nixon jthis morning, French Lick for Indiana State Chamber'of Commerce meeting this afternoon, Indiana University at Bloomington tonight. Hartke: Indianapolis for Indiana State Medical Association and Indiana State AFL-CIO convention today, Connersville to- ni;?nt. Bor.lrager: Fort Wayne with Richard Nixon this morning, French Lick for Indiana State Chamber of Commerce meeting this afternoon, Terre Haute for television show tonight. By United Press International Democratic g ub e rnatorial nominee Roger D. Branigin today referred to Lt. Gov. Richard Ristine as "a sort of junior grade Goldwater," accused him of being anti-labor and blamed him for "this tax mess" in Indiana. Branigin attacked his Republican rival in the governor race in perhaps the strongest terms he has used during his campaign, in a speech prepared for delivery at a Vigo County luncheon at Terre Haute. •-, He charged Ristine with "the responsibility for this tax mess" in which: he said Indiana "is overburdened with high taxes which keep industry away." "Nojs? it is up to us, a Democratic governor [and a Damo- cratic legislature.'! to straighten things out," he sai3.~ While Branigin spent the day in Terre Haute, Ristine and State Sen. D. Russell Bontrager, the GOP nominee for senator, appeared with former Vice President Richard M. Nixon in Fort Wayne this morning and headed for French Lick to make back-to-back appearances before the directors of the Indiana State Chamber of Commerce at an annual meeting. Separate Ways Tonight Later, • Ristine will go to Bloomington for an Indiana University appearance and Bontrager will appear on a television program at Terre .Haute. Bontrager's rival, Sen). Vance Hartke, a Democrat seeking reelection," told the Indiana State AFL-CIO convention, in Indianapolis that a low unemployment rate in Indiana is "a healthy sign for continued prosperity." Hartke urged the union men to "take <an increasingly active role in politics." "Our job is to defeat once and for all the radical right as a political power," he said. "The issues in this election transcend party." Hartke also spoke at the annual convention of the Indiana State Medical Association, promising to continue his sup(Continued on page 8) Incumbent Democratic candidate for Congress Ed Roush, standing at center, talks with two of local residents -who attended four-hour Farm Day program held Wednesday at the Gus Tebbe farm north of Tipton. (TRIBUNE Photo-Engraving) LITTLE BOBBY JONES, appears bright eyed as he stands in front-of, left to right, Harold L .Scott/ Jr., Republican candidate for Joint State Representative; county' chairman Paul "Red" Jones and Republican candidate for Congress John R. Feighner. (TRIBUNE .Photo-Engraving) Native of Tipton Dies Wednesday •Mrs. Thelma Woodrum, aged 57, a resident at 2001 North "A" street, E-lwood. died at 3:45 a.m. Wednesday in Robert Long Hospital, Indianapolis, after an illness of several weks. Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday from the First Baptist Church in Elwood, with Rev. Robert Sage ' officiating jaricr burial will, ibe in Elwood Cemetery. Friends may call anytime at the Copher and Felser Funeral Home in Elwood. Mrs. Woodrum was born Oct. 18, 1906 in Tipton, daughter of Walter and Lucy Norris. Her husband, Harold Woodrum preceded her in death a number of years ago. Survivors include a duaghter, Mrs. Dorothy Saucedo of Anderson, three sisters, Mrs. Mildred Davis and Mrs. Louise Dickey of Elwood and Miss Roberta Norris of Anderson; one brother, Walter Norris, Jr., of Elwood. HIGH AND LOW NEW YORK (UPI) — The lowest temperature reported to the U.S. weather bureau today, excluding Alaska and Hawaii, was 26 degrees at Philipsburg, Pa. The highest , temperature Wednesday was 95 at Thermal and Palm Springs, Calif. DEDICATE DINE CENTER EVANSVILLE,- Ind. (UPI)— Evansville College will> dedicate a new Harper Residence Dining Center Oct. 20. Game on Air For these unable to follow the Tipton Blue Devils with their personal support at Alexandria Friday night, WBMP-FM, located at 101.7 on the dial, will carry a live play-by-play account of the game direct from the Alexandria football field. Roush Urges ure Policy Study Local Democrats turned out in force. Wednesday for the Farm Day program held at the Gus Tebbe farm north of Tipton Incumbent candidate for Congress J. Edward (Ed) Roush, secretary of state hopeful John Bottorff and candidates for local offices attended the event. The outdoor program, blessed by clear, miid weather; attracted a large, crowd of local residents. 1 • Included in the event we're a free' buffet lunch and a talk by Roush. The congressman urged a continuing study and reappraisal of United States agricultural policy. Roush said the revolutionary changes in U.S. agricultural operations, production and distribution demand such a study. He said that sound guidelines should •be followed in measuring the effectiveness and desirability of various proposals. "We must make certain the proposals will assist the farm operator in preserving his economic independence," Roush declared. "We must be certain a proposal will work .toward the efficient and equitable operation of our free market system." Roush also said programs should ibe measured as to their flexibility to meet changing conditions. "They should be measured as Xo their continuity so that the individual farmer can more easily plan his operations, not from one year to the next, but from one to the next two, three, and four."" Among spectators at the program were students from St. Joseph's Academy. Roush presented the girls with an inscribed copy of "John iFitzgerald Kennedy; Memorial Addresses Delivered in Congress." Top Johnson Aide Resigns Following Arrest On Morals WASHINGTON (UPI) —A top . ter-Miller, said the arrest of aide to President Johnson has : Jenkins on"- morals charges resigned following disclosure of i "represents both personal trag- his arrest on morals charges edy and a national misfortune." on two occasions. j "Certainly human feelings of The resignation of Walter W. 'compassion for Mr. Jenkins Among, the Democratic candidates attending the Farm Day program near Tipton Wednesday was John .Bottorff, left, secretary of state hopeful. He is pictured during visit to St. Joseph's Academy with, from left> Sister Caroline, principal of the school; Mary Touslg- nat, of Elkhart; Mary Lynn Cole, of Elwood; 'Jeanne Thrall, of Tipton, and Tool Morrow, of Kokomo, all students at the Academy. (TRIBUNE Phtte-Engravlnf) Jenkins, as special assistant to the President was announced Wednesday night by White House Press Secretary George E. Reedy in New York City where Johnson is campaigning. Reedy told a hastily called news conference in a hallway of the Waldorf Astoria Hotel that the President had named Bill D. Moyers, another White House aide, to succeed Jenkins. Jenkins, 46, who figured prominently in the Bobby Baker case, was in seclusion in George Washington University Hospital where his physiciari said he was suffering from "nervous exhaustion and high blood pressure." "Just Worn Out" Dr. Charles Thompson said that Jenkins, an aide to Johnson for more than 20 years, had "just worn himself out" and probably would remain in the hospital for four or five days. Washington police records showed that Jenkins was arrested on Oct. 7 in the men's room of the YMCA on a charge of "disorderly (indecent gestures)." He elected to forfeit $50 bond on the misdemeanor charge. " ( The records showed that Jenkins, married and the father of six, also was arrested on Jan.. 15, 1959, at the YMCA on a charge of "disorderly conduct (pervert)." On that occasion, he forfeited a $25 bond. A White House source said that no reports of "any incident of this kind" relating to Jenkins had ever come to the attention of the White House at any time prior to Wednesday's disclosures. Had Security Clearance These sources said they assumed Jenkins had security clearance because of his. job as an aide to the President, but they did not know the extent of this clearance. The startling development left a big question mark hanging over the presidential campaign — what would be its political impact coming only three •weeks before the Nov. 3 election? Republican presidential nominee Barry M. Goldwater, who is campaigning in Texas, de> clined- any comment on Jenkins' -resignation. In a speech prepared for delivery at Harlingen, Goldwater 'accused Johnson of "using every power of his great office ... to cover up one of the sorriest rumors we have ever had in the nation's capital." But he told reporters he was referring to the Baker case, not Jenkins. Made No Comment GOP vice presidential candidate William E, Miller, in Terre Haute, Ind., was shown a wire service dispatch on Jenkins' arrest. Miller smiled and said be had no comment. F. Clifton White, national director of Citizens For Goldwa- and his family and community will be the first thought of millions of Americans," White said. "The fact that this situa tion involves the White i House l^jfficial family, however^ makes it more' than a personal tragedy. The effects upon America, both nationally and internationally, can be only surmised at this time." Jenkins' arrests were disclosed in a check of District of Colum bia police records after rumors swept Washington that he had been taken into custody last week by members of the police department's morals division. Third Storm Pounds Florida; Damage Spread MIAMI (UPI)—Hurricane Isbell pointed its 100 mile-an-hour winds into the open Atlantic to- day>4eaving Florida. • counting injuries and property damage from its third storm lashing of the season. Tornadoes that spread scattershot fashion ahead of Isbell's northeastward slash across the Florida peninsula accounted, for most of at least 50 injuries and the battering given buildings, house trailers, airplanes and vehicles from Cape Kennedy to Miami. There was one fatality in Florida attributed to the storm, 62-year-old PaulKartis of Lake 'Worth, who suffered a fatal heart attack while boarding up his home. Isbell, ninth tropical storm and sixth hurricane of the season, also left at least four dead and heavy crop damage in western Cuba, which it crossed Tuesday. The damage in Florida was uncounted. Civil defense authori- 1 ties and local officials set out today to assess the battering, but it appeared scattered rather rather than general. At 9 a.m. EDT, Isbell's center was located about 250 miles east of Jacksonville Beach, Fla. It moved on a north-northeasterly course at 20 m. p.h. and forecasters said it would turn northeasterly tonight over the open ocean. Highest winds were still at 100 miles an hour and the craft to remain in port from Florida to Cape Hatteras. Huge Crowd Turns Out For Republican Rally Probably the largest Tipton rally in the party's history turned out last night to greet a slate of Republican state, county and local candidates at the 4.-H 'building. County chairman Paul "Red" Jones jubilantly exclaimed "did ycu ever see anything like it? I'll bet we've fed over 1,000 persons." There were no speeches, but the candidates mingled with the crowd in a friendly atmosphere that enabled the voters to inspect them at their leisure, talk with them, ask their stands on variqus issues and meet the rest of the candidates' families in an all-around appraisal of . their qualifications for office. Helping to feed the. huge assemblage throughout the evening were a group of uniformed "Goldwater Girls", moving from table to table replenishing the ham, beans, cornbread, pie and coffee which was a free offering from the Tipton County Republican headquarters. From the financial standpoint, it was not at all a one-way affair as a number of supporters were observed writing out checks for campaign contributions before the night was over. John Feighner, candidate for Congress from the 5th District, expressed delight with the en- thusiam and size of the Tipton county turnout and said it far surpassed a number of other rally's of both parties which he had observed in other counties. WEATHER Fair and- continued mild tcd-ay, tonight and Friday. High today mid 70s. Low tonight upper 40s. High Friday upper 70s. Teams Count On Youngsters To Win Series ST. LOUIS (UPI) — Right­ hander Bob Gibson received the nod from manager Johnny Keane as the St. Louis Cardinals' starting pitcher against the" New York Yankees today for their showdown seventh and. final game in the World Series. Gibson was opposed once again by Mel Stottlemyre, the Yankees' 22 - year - old right­ hander. : The Yankees, who tied this best-of-seven Series for baseball's world championship at three- victories each Wednesday by whipping the Cardinals 8-3 were slight 6-5' favorites for today's final clash at. sun-baked Busch Stadium. It marked the third head-on clash between Gibson and Stottlemyre in the series. Both were working with only two days rest. Stottlcmyrc stopped the Cardinals on six hits in winning the second game here last Thursday, 8-3. Gibson, won tke fifth game at New York Monday, riding Tim McCarver's three- run homer in the 10th inning to a 5-2 victory, although Stottlemyre was not charged with the defeat. Resigns All Roles Of Leadership In Soviet Party By HENRY SHARPIRO , United Press International MOSCOW (UPI) — Premier Nikitia S. Khrushchcev has been retired because of age flnd his posts • taken by two aides, reliable sources said Thursday. There was no official confirmation. Khrushchev, who was 70 la?! April 17, has been premier r.f the Soviet Union since March 27, 1958. Khrushchev was appointed firM secretary of the Soviet Communist party Sept. 13, 1953. The reports that Khrushch •-_ was out as the Russian's t • • Communist swept Moscow af:< the government newspaper \ vestia failed to appear r : schedule Thursday night. T> absence of Izvestia usually i •• dicates that a major announ* ^ ment is coming. There were unconfirmed : ports that First Deputy P; mier Alexei N. Kosygin becir acting premier and deputy p ty leader Leonid I. Brezhr took over the Communist pa leadership. The reports said Khnishc!. was relieved of his twjn pc . at a party central com', meeting Wednesday. Accord: to the reports, an official : .- nouncement of the changes v.- • expected soon. Reportedly In Trouble Khrushchev had been reported in hot water with some elements of the Communist party because of his policy of peaceful co-existence, repeated failures of Soviet agriculture, and (Continued on page 8) Harry Truman The starting lineups: New York Linz ss Richardson 2b Maris cf Mantle rf Howard c Pepitone lb Tresh If C. Boyer 3b Jj^ottlemyre p St. Louis Flood cf KANSAS CIT\', Mo. (UPI)— Former President Harry S Truman was "resting well" today in a.hospital where he was taken for treatment of injuries received in a fall at his home. •Physicians maintained a clc c watch on the former 'Preside: - .: who suffered from two fractured ribs and several cuts (if the eyelids and forehead when he fell against a bathtub at his home Tuesday in nearby Independence, Mo. -The 80-year-old former • Chief Executive was visited Wednes-. day in his. Research Hospital room by his wife, Bess, brother Vivian and Lt. Mike Westwood, an Independence policeman who kas often chauffeured Truman. Truman was allowed no visitors Tuesday when he was first Brock If ! taken to the hospital by ambu- White lb j lance. He spent more than an K. Boyer 3b i hour in X-ray before being Groat ss! moved to his second-floor room. McCarverc | In a- late report Wednesday. Shannon rf'Dr. Wallace Graham, said that: . Maxvill2b f "Harry Truman is resting well Gibson p! and comfortably. He has some Umpires: Plate, Secory (NL);. distress in the fractured side o: 1st base, McKinley (AL); 2nd the ribs. Heart and blood pres- base, Burkhart (NL); 3rd base, sure are normal and the lacer- Soar (AL); left field line, V. atioh (above the right eye) is Smith (NL); right field line, A. healing well. His condition con' Smith (AL). Unites to be satisfactory." ROLLS INTO TREE JASPER, Ind. (UPI) — Mrs. William Hensel, 57, Bonita Springs, Fla., was in critical condition in a hospital here today from injuries suffered Tuesday when a car in which she sat outside a motel.while her kusband sought accommodations lor the night. rolled 400 feet down a hill and hit a tree. <• GOLDWATER GIRLS and a male backer administer to the hunger and comfort requirements of more than 1 ,000 voters of both parties who gathered at the 4-H building last night to partake in a Republican rally that Included a free supper,of ham, beans, cornbread, pie and coffee. Shown in the photo are, Laponna Landi«, Nile Sehulenburg, Susie Thorp, Steve Baumgartner, Janice Collins, Rosie Watson, Debbie Wilson, K» thy Watson, Roberta Schweitzer, Carol Pearson and Michele •Hoover. ' (TRIBUNE Photo-Engraving)

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