The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on October 16, 1964 · Page 2
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Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, October 16, 1964
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3 K- Page 2 ... . Friday/bcriberi6^f96i "UPTON DAILY TRIBUNE . „ ' ; . SUBSCRIPTION RATES "ay Carrier, In"Cit 'y7 Per Week— — r 35 cents Wi:By Mail, One Year, Tipton and Adjacent Counties i $8.00 - Member United Press International News Service Entered as. Second Class Matter Oct. 4, 1895 at the Postoffiee 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 II " Am | THE CLOCK With the Tribune by R. D. Maney WELL—it looks like a 'neck and neck' race in Tipton county—if we are to take the size of crowds at the two events as any indication of the vote to be cast here November 3. R T THEY SAY—the way to a man's heart is through his stomach . . . and if this be so . . . we might add the woman to the list . . . and say that both parties certainly 'made a play' in this direction Wednesday. The femirie side had their inn. ings—with the, giris from the Academy on one side-pthe Goldwater Girls Dp the other! RETIRES? THE HEADLINES SAY that Nikita has retired. THE WEST would do well to keep 'tongue in ebeek' for a while — to see • what the next few weeks will bring . . . both on the attitude of the Kremlin . . . and the Red Chinese. THERE'S ONLY ONE bright side . . . it's one down ... and probably several to go! Apparently the U.S. is worrying more about the matter than the Soviet Union itself. They say that some rather far fetched NEWS was in headlines—in Moscow papers . . . maybe they do their journalism backwards ever there . . . taking the least space ior the loudest news! R t IT ALMOST MAKES one laugh to read that the Soviet leaders . . . whoever they are . . . assured the people that a de -Stalinization program would still be carried out . . . and no return to the EVILS of Stalinism wculd be countenanced. PHOOEY! Turn 'em over—they all look alike—and they are still COMMUNISTS! PERHAPS THIS WAS gene at this time to show the other side- 'of the coin .-. .and try for an impact upon the elections in this country. It has been done before you know! Until the proof has been shown . . . let's just assume that the 'old shoe pounder and butcher of Budapest' is still an advisor . . - and holds a few strings! R T LIKE THE 'YANKS yesterday . . . you don't 'retire* until you are retired . . . but unlike the Yanks . .. . where there is only a bullpen for the pitchers . . . and a clubhouse for the rest of the boys . . . 'retirement' in the 'commie game' usually means more than that. YOU CAN BET your bottom dollar on one thing: either the rest of the top brass were in full control ... or it is an attempt to, impress the WEST. Either way — we should hold tongue in cheek . . . and wait with the 'show me' attitude of one of our states—Missouri! R T THE EXPERTS SAY that it shows' a desire for a softer line a former v.eep says that a HARDER LINE will be forthcoming. We may be' wrong—but we believe the latter ; v . in fact we have never beeri a firm believer in a strong split between the Red Chinese and the Russ.' Maybe the eft repeated 'cha- meron like' smile'of the former boss -. . . led him to actually be lieve within . . . that he was changing . . . and this isn't good when you are in a den of pirates! R T KHRUSI1C HE V — BREZHNEV! Maybe one day we'll hear some news that will be equally earth shattering . ; j something like Khrushy saying;: "ET TU BRUTE" . .'. as 'he •leaves for Siberia or WARMER climes! *' RICHARD NIXON believes the 'retirement! will help Goldwater ; forcing President Johnson to come out into the open and discuss foreign policy. Could be . . . but they'll have to get the job' done-. . .Mr., Johnson is not one to be 'forced' into anything easily. It remains to be seen . •. '. so do your daily stint ... . say your prayers, attend the church of your choice . .. and • above all—read" . . . wa.tch . . . make your own decisions in the matter of November 3! ROUND TOWN POOR ATTENDANCE at the meeting of Retail Merchants on Tuesday evening calls for another meeting to be held next Tuesday night—October 13th! As the local group is ready' to discuss plans for'the Christmas] season'. . . along with others for the year . . . better attendance is urged. R T TIPTON can be as good a Shopping Center as the merchants themselves make it. In order to be successful . . . ALL businessmen must participate . . both in the drive . . . and in any MASS advertising and promotion campaigns to foe carried out. R T IN ORDER for TIPTON to be the good SHOPPING CENTER it has been . . . and can be . . . merchants must work together in all matters . .—^-showing they have the merchandise that is bath tops in value—and- reasonably priced. The tools are here —the geography is RIGHT—in fact we are in the center of the' best shopping area in this portion of the STATE! If:this were not true . . . why should outside HIGH GEAR stores wish to advertise in the TRIBUNE? The answer is easy—to reach the 'hard core' of shoppers in the area . . . and gain a foothold. R T THE .TRIBUNE has turned down two of the largest . . . was this appreciated by the merchants? YOU — and you alone can give this answer. IF you believe in TIPTON . . . and the future be THERE next Tuesday, Mr. MERCHANT, ready to form a solid front . . . and make the Merchants association as strong aft.'it has 'been for the future! COULD THANT •Jl-V. HAVE GUESSED? WE WONDER IF U Thant, secretary of the United Nations . could have forseen ... or have had it hinted to him—while talking to Nikita? THE FACT THAT the opening of the U.N. was delayed—might pcinf that way. The fact that the U.S. had declared—(now starts to 'backtrack') in demanding that the Russ 'Pay Up' . . . is certainly co-incid-ential! IT'S A WILD—wild—world! TOUGH TO FISH SELSEY, England (UPI) — Fishermen here complained that "amateur" skindivers were making them struggle for a living by catching too many lobsters, crabs and fish. ' WRONG' NUMBER LONDON (UPI) — A firm dislaying its wares at the business efficiency exhibition here has been giving the wrong telephone number to prospective clients. Want Ads Pay TELEVISION PROGRAM WISH (Channel 8) Friday, October 16, 1964 4:00 Secret Storm • 4:30 Jack Benny * 4:30 Early Show 6:30 News-Cronkite 7:00 News-Hickox 7:30 .Rawhide 8:30 The Entertainers 9:30 Gomer Pyle 10:00 The Reporter s 11:00 News-Hickox 11:15 Sports-Late Show 12:00 Late Show Saturday, October 17, 1964 8:00 Mister Mayor ' 9:00 Schools 9:30 Tennessee Tuxedo 10:00 Quick Draw McGraw 10:30 Mighty Mouse 1 Playhouse 11:00 Booby Trap 12:00 Sky King 12:30 My Friend Flicka 1:00 Linus Lionhearted 1:30 The Jesters 2:00 Thunderjet 500 3:00 Schools. 3:30 . Saturday Theater WFBM (Channel 6) Friday, October 16, 1964 4:00 Match Game 4:30 WFBM Presents 5:00 WFBM Presents 6:00 WFBM Presents 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley 7:00 News-Caldwell 7:30 International Showtime 8:30 Bob Hope Theater (c) 9:30 Jack Benny 10:00 Jack Paar 10:00 Jack Paar (c) 11:00 News-Caldwell 11:15 Weather-Sports 11:20 Tonight (c) 12:00 Tongiht .(c) Saturday, October 17, 1964 8:00 Three Stooges 9:30 Hector Heathcote (c) 10:00 Underdog (c) 10:30 Super Car 11:00 Cap'n Star 11:30 iFury < 12:00 Bible Telecourse 12:30 Sports Special 1:00 NCAA Football: Ohio vs. U. S. C. (c) 2:00 Football 2:00 Football (c) 3:00 Football (c) 3:30 Scoreboard WLW-I (Channel 13) Friday, October 16, 1964 4 :00 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'Day^'/ News-Weather-Sports' News-Young "'' 77 Sunset Strip 77 Sunset Strip Saturday, October 17, 1964 8:00 Politics in Perspective Symphony Backstage Timothy Churchmouse Buffalo Bill, Jr. Shenanigans Annie Oakley Beany and Cecil Bugs Bunny Hoppity Hooper (c) Land of Alalkazam American Bandstand Bill Jackson Roller Derby 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 12:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 12:00 12:30 1:00 1:30 2:30 3:30 WTTV (Channel 4) Fridr.y, October 16, 1964 4:00 Mickey Mouse Club 4:30 Superman 5:00 Popeye and Janie 5:30 Rocky 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 9:30 News-Ungersma 10:00 10 O'clock Movie OPEN HOUSE Wednesday, October 21 10:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. Judge and Mrs. Oliver D. Wheatley 210 E. Adams Street Meet Your Democrat County Candidates All Tipton County Voters Welcome Free Refreshments 11:00 10 O'clock Movie 12:00 Open. End Saturday, October 17, 1964 11:30 Bowery Boys Oneness of Things Lessons for Living Hour of Stars All Star Golf All Star Golf 1:00 1:30 2:00 3:00 3:30 IN HOLLYWOOD . By VERNON SCOTT UPI Hollywood Correspondent HOLLYWOOD (TJPI)-JFrank Sinatra's face was a study in concentration as he went over his lines in his head. It was as if he were alone on Stage 16 at 20th Century-Fox, but almost 100 crewmen and members of the cast milled around preparing a difficult shot of the interior of a European railroad coach. ,' \ Sinatra was, totally unaware of the clicking -and snapping of camera shutters every time he turned or moved. A half-dozen professional photographers were banging away at him. Some were employed-by "the studio. Others were shooting for magazines. One was movie star Yul. Brynner, a close friend of Sinatra's, who was taking some pictures on his own. Could this be the same Frank Sinatra who hired a helicopter to ferry him from his rented Italian mansion to the set of the movie when it was on location in Rome? Yep. One and the same man. Frank had used the whirlybird to escape the papparazzi, the rabble Italian cameramen who thrive on photographing celebrities, y The difference in Sinatra's attitude is that the photogs on stage 16 were shooting him at work. That's all right. But woe betide the guy with a camera who infringes on Sinatra's private life. The same thing holds true for the man with a typewriter. Whether in word or in picture, Sinatra is always typed as "the leader'-', a front runner and boss man. On the set of "Vori Ryan's Express" he was a different Sinatra. The boss was director Mark Eobson, a man Sinatra respects. He listened intently v -as Robson outlined the scene, and when the cameras rolled Frank followed instructions to the 'letter) He might have been a $15 extra for all the weight;..he threw' around. — \-~ > As a producer, director, business man, executive and ^scar- winning actor he has become a thoroughgoing professiotlaL Watching him at .work you see the same burning intensity.-imt it is more controlled, BOW,, 33 ?e explosive .temper '-is in : well, most of the time a; And when a man .is ;;-as wealthy, successful popular.and independent as Frank Sinatra, what's to be upset about? Oil The Lighter Side By DICK WEST United Press international WASHINGTON (UPI) — They say that for a chap who is happily married, pays • his taxes and otherwise leads a respectable life, the forties are a dangerous age. They say that at some point in the forties a chap may come to realize that if he is ever going to have a last fling it will have, to be now. They say that the thought of sinking permanently into the quiescence of middle age often produces unseemly psychological reactions on the part of Chaps who have always been decent sorts, pillars.of the community and all of that kind of rot. They say that in some queses these chaps begin chasing around after chappettes. I think there niust be some truth in what they say. .In fact, I may be one of the chaps they are' talking about. I am not even midway into the forties yet and already I am having psychological reactions like crazy. This* fall, for instance, for no discernible reason, I have flatly, utterly and steadfastly refused to fertilize my lawn. I suddenly found that I simply could not bring myself to get out there and push that silly lit tie cart back and forth across the greensward. In my neighborhood, this is tantamount to treason. They are calling it "the 5-10-5 rebellion." Heaven knows I can't say I wasn't warned of the consequences. For about two months now, the garden page columnists have been sounding the alarm — fertilize, fertilize, fertilize. •As I walk across the lawn, the grass looks up at. me hungrily. My grass is hooked on fertilizer and needs a fix badly. I know I am responsible for its addiction, but I will not give in. My children weep and tell-me Lam the only father for blocks around who has failed to fertilize. They beg me to yield for their sakes. But still I cannot force myself to do it. My wife maintains a reproachful silence. Is cfabgrass grounds for divorce? And if so, does the wife get custody of the fertilizer spreader? They say that psychological blocks usually, are temporary. Perhaps this one will pass and I will get safely through 'the forties without further aberrations. After all, having the only unfertilized lawn in the neighborhood does not.necessarily mean that a chap is abo'ut to run away with the Cub Scouts' den But if I were my wife, I would keep an eye on me. Ed Meloche says .. . "Now-a-days—the kids don't' care about the birds and the keys." WINTERIZING Auto—Home—Garage ' . Replacing Furniture Feel free to see us for Fall expenses. Free Budget Counseling (Call for appointment) eavell us i $ale$ LOANS 112 N. MAIN .• i. OS 54433 By JESSE.BOGUE UPI Financial Editor NEW YORK (UPI) — The Securities and Exchange Commission special report on the securities industry last year said the growth' of the "third market" had been one of the most striking developments of recent years. Now the New York Stock Exchange, biggest of the auction markets has asked the SEC in effect: You saw it, now what are you going to do about it? And has added: You haven't done much so far. The third market involves the trading of listed securities — those which are carried on thei| rolls of the exchanges"— away from the' floors of the exchanges. To member firms of the exchange, growth . of this kind of trading is a bread-and- butter matter. They collect no commissions if a listed stock is traded off the board. Your Support Will Be Appreciated McADOO [MIKE] CL0USER Democratic Candidate for JOINT REPRESENTATIVE Tipton-Howard Counties Election November 3, 1964 PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT KNOW YOUR NAVAL RESEARCH LAB ,: Institutions are the '. biggest customers of the off-board market, the SEC found: It also reported in its special. study that the exchange schedule of commissions was an influential factor in development, of the third market; the schedule does not allow for a discount in commission rates in larger-sized transactions, and it does .provide a charge for services not directly related to the brokerage function and nof particularly needed by the institutions. The SEC also has proposed a rule which would compel the market-makers — the broker- dealers who specialize in the third 'market : transactions—to report each three, months on volume in listed issues. Exchange spokesmen,. testifying last Monday before, the SEC, said this is not often enough for reports that truly show the effect of third market trading. Tipton County Library open Mohday-Wednesday- Friday till 8:00 p.m. C-tt R. Chester Mitchell (Owner of Mitchell Funeral Home) Democratic Candidate for CORONER Tipton County, Indiana Election Nov. 3, 1964 — r<l. l'ol. Ail. Your" support, will be appreciated . THIMBLE THEATRE bv ALEX RAYMOND , LET'S 6ET DOWN TO BUSINESS. WELLIMSTOM, YOU HAVE MEED OF A WITCH? . — I WANT YOU TO SNATCH FOPEYE'S LITTLE • • 1 COUSIN SMASH.' KIDNAPING IS TOO SIMPLE FOR A -DIS6USTIN6 WITCH LIKE ME MM? IF IT'S PoPEYE'S COUSIN IT -DESERVES A WORSE TATE THAN A ~ CHILDISH <5ANSSTER- . SNATCH.' J " I DON'T CAKE WHAT YOU VO~. JUST GET RIO OF HIM.' IO-1B • BLONDIE By Chick YoHufi POLAR EEAR DRIVE-IN ICE CREAM NOVELTY SALE FOR ORBIT ^Jtf ^CE ^ ^Chocolate Coated Vanila on a Stick) (A Real Tfisle Treat for the Kids) East Edge of Tipton "Our 15tH £ear" m 3§P 'K I'M P1ETIM&- t'M TRVlNfi TO STAY BEAUTIFUL YOU HAVE YOUR CHOICE OP A SLENDER, -| IRRITABLE WIFE OR A FAT, JOLLY WIFE" WHICH DO YOU WANT? RIP KIRBY I SHALL NcV HESITATE GIVE NOTICE IN THE PEFEN5: OF PISNITV. :e 0 ^Y^s SOONER STARVATION', .ferity THAN TOIL FOR l&fi SUCH A , y /.sd MARTINET.'" J BRICK BRADFORD [ Bf Glartuic* Qw. 7UE SPACESfW L/PTS?0& 7W£.WAT£X..,.' ^U/ZFACE WH/LB ITS WINCH GAiSSS ,s ; .fl w£ Missile.... — ~ ~ .- - ' -

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