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Page 2 THE TIPTON PAILY TRIBUNE t-: . .. T 4: A TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION BATES Sy Carrier, In City, Per Week . . 35 cents By Mail, One Year, Tipton and Adjacent Counties $8.00 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 There's just no telling how many "lashes" we will end up with—in this fantastic . . . and sometimes downright sickening campaign. There is now mention of a "Truman backlash" ... and why H.S.T. should be thrust into this by opponents is hard to fathom ... as the former President is not exactly at "fighting weight' at the present time, after his recent accident. R T AS WE SEE T . . . politics in this day and age has been developed into a real fantastic two-faced art—on the cne hand . . . spewing forth a benevolent regard for the voter that is almost sickening, on the other practically advising him—either way . . .that he is voting for obliviation—if he votes for the ether fellow. IT'S A FUNNY CAMPAIGN THIS CAMPAIGN, with IT'S songs, slogans, etc., is perhaps the 'wackiest' in history, indeed we cannot fathom why one of the major parties didn't engage the Beatles to do an act for them ... it would have fit like a glove! IT HAS BEEN 1 pointed out on one hand, that the administration, after taking over when President Kennedy was assisi- nated . . . made remarkable strides-. . . the economy failed to collapse . . .and nuclear war -was thwarted. May we just point out that other Presidents have taken over in crucial times, even H.S.T, who managed to end a war, facing the task of using the atom bomb. H.S.T. was plenty articulate . . . but never thought that he was more than just someone . . . elected by the people - ; .*. to guide them. R T ON THE OTHER HAND \ .-. various campaign actions have been 'grabbed at' . . . some found to be-not of proper mcral principals to use . . . rash statements have been made—some refuted . . . and the opposition, as always, has a tougher row to hoe! R T THERE NEVER WAS a campaign with so many half-truths in it . . . uttered by seemingly responsible men—for the benefit of voters. So fellow taxpayer . . . and voter . . . you be your own 'clearing house' for November 3, don't allow others to make up your mind for you. If you believe in one more- than the other —this sems to be vour man! POLLS? IF YOU PLACE your faith in polls . . . Indiana, according to the I.C.G.G. (Indiana Citizens for. Good Government) . •. . shows a different trend from the ones we have been hearing and reading. 5,400 BUSINESSMEN, industry leaders, professional and civic leaders were invited- to participate. 2,300 responded . . . according to the bulletin received. IT. WAS 87.3% for Gcldwater. How to liven up a lunch box Meat—cheese—egg—almost any '<ind of sandwich tastes new and wonderful when you use Kraft Sand Johnson 12.7%. the races for Senator, Governor, Lt. Governor . . . about the same • ? ? ? ? Just proves that maybe your answer may be as accurate as theirs! NOW EVERYBODY'S GETTING IN ON THE ACT! JUST RECEIVED mail from a prominent oil company—with whom we enjoy a credit card. Besides telling me HOW MUCH . . . they enclosed a small 4 page brochure, pocket type, entitled '"Vote Fetting Desserts for Election Note." Talk about 'oily'! Well anyway—we may use same .... but it's .a, little ('oily'-) to tell! IT TELLS YOU to get together . . . that what may appear to be a landslide . . . may "switch" to an overthrow ... or a close race. R T THEN . . . There's a "Tell Yaur. Neighbor. Cake" . . . about Hi hrs. to make. A Coconut - Pecan Sweet Chocolate Pie." OR 'COFFEE FOR A CROWD" .'. . The easy way! "Lemon Sours"' . . . "Creamy Sherbet" . . "Party Punch" . . . '-'Espresso Type Coffee" — extra strong for demiiasse! They received the reeipies from another nationally known outfit 'which deals in foods .... isn't that a tivosome? \WE'RE JUST TELLING YOU .think up your own ... or get a credit card from ,..">. Nb commercials! \ Rl T THEN THEY ARE nice enough to inform you at the end of the packet... to consult your local newspaper ... or T-V or radio stations in your area. That we'll do—! O-O-O-H! CANT'YOU JUST hear'the crowd in your home that nite —yelling things like; "hey Nellie .. . more coffee" . ... or "Blanche . . . however did you bake such a delicious cake" and a rebuttal from the male side . . . "can the recipe gab gals, we wanna' hear the election!" THEN THE RUSH for that Party Punch when the RIGHT SIDE is ahead . . . and another dash for the Espresso AFTER the tallies are in the the battles is lost? Lemon Sours for the losers! More Party Punch for the winners! R T RECENTLY A CANDIDATE said: "Would you rather have an administration that worships in the past that never' existed ... or one open to a new world." ... or words to that effect.^. TSH! TSH! THIS MAN KNOWS better than this. He is not too far removed from the past ... he forgets- . . . and believe me Virginia: "it did exist" . .. . and wasn't too bad! R T GREAT BUSINESSMEN are like politicians in ONE respect . . . they sense what the people want . . . and try to give it to them. Most of the -time the busi nessmen REMEMBER . . . but the POLITICIAN forgets! wich Spread. Now In a handy new wW^mouth iarl KRAFT Sandwich Spread TELEVISION PROGRAM WISH (Channel 8) Friday, October 23, 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 11:00 News-Hickox 11:15 Sports-Late Show 12:00 Late Show Saturday, October 24, 1964 8:00 Mister Mayor 9:00 The Alvin Show 9:30 Tennessee Tuxedo 10:00 Quek Draw McGraw 10:30 Mighty Mouse Playhouse 11:00 Booby Trap 12:00 Sky King 12:30 My Friend Flicka 1:00 Linus Lionhearted 1:30 The Jetsons 2:00 Thunder jet 500 3:00 Schools 3:30 William Tell WFBM (Channel 6) . Friday, October 23, 1964 4:00 Match Game 4:30 WFBM Presents 5:00 WFBM Presents 6:00 WFBM Presents 6:30 Huntley-J3rinkley 7:00 News-Caldwell 7:30 1964 Olympics 8:30 Bob Hope Theater fc) 9:30 Jack Benny 10:00 Jack Paar (c) 11:00 News-Caldwell . / 11:15 Olympics il:30 Tonight (c) 12:00 Tongiht (c) Saturday, October 24, 1964 8:00 Three Stooges 9:00 Three Stooges 9:30 Hector Heathcote (c) 10:30 Super Car 11:00 Cap'n Star 11:30 Fury 12:00 Bible Telecourse ' 12:30 Sports Special 1:00 NCAA Football: Minnesota at Michigan 2:00 Football 3:00 Football WLW-I (Channel 13) Friday, October 23, 1964 4:00 Trailmaster 5:00 Bill Jackson 5:30 Rifleman 6:00 News-Atkins 6:15 News-Cochran 6:30 Cheyenne 7:30 Jonny Quest (c) 8:30 Adam's Family 9:00 Valentine's Day 9:30 12 O'Clock High 10:30 Death Valley Days 11:00 News-Weather-Spts. \ 11:15 News-Young - 11:30 77 Sunset Strip . k f> 1 12:00 77 Sunset Strip Saturday, October 24, 1964 8:00 Politics in Perspective 8:30 Symphony Backstage 9:00 Timothy Churchmouse 9:30 Buffalo Bill Jr. 10:00 Shenanigans 10:30 Annie Oakley 11:30 Beany and Cecil 12:00 Bugs Bunny 12:30 Hoppity Hooper (c) 1:00 Land . of Allakazam 1:30 American Bandstand 2:30 Bill Jackson 3:00 Bill Jackson 3:30 Roller Derby 10:00 10 O'clock Movie 11:00 10 O'clock Movie 12:00 Open-End Saturday, October 24, 1964 11:30 Bowery Bdys 12:00 Bowery Boys 1:00 Oneness of Things 1:30 Lessons For Living 2:00 Hour of Stars 3:00 . All Star Golf ' * i3:30 All Star Golf FOUR UNHURT F31A Plane all53al0-22 INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — A Kokomo man, his wife and two children escaped unhurt today when their private plane crashed in a field in northeastern Marion County. James Bogan, 34, the- pilot, said his PA-16 Clipper crashed after the engine failed. The craft was destroyed. The Bogans were en route to Orlando, Fla., to visit his ill mother. A new British-made_ safety ladder, waterproof and nonconductive to electricity, i s made of glass fiber extruded section. With no metal parts and with rubber-finished ends, the ladder, it is said, would protect the user even from accidental contact with a live over-head line. AMBULANCE SERVICE..... anytime Day or Night Our Two Ambulances •, jLre Fully Equipped With Oxygen ^WllNEKAL^; 1HOME ;• 216 W. Jeffersou OS 5-4780 WTTV (Channel 4) •Friday, October 23, 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 Television In Review By RICK DU BROW United Press International HOLLYWOOD (UPI)—Youth, with its increasing buying power, is not merely being served this television season, but is being kowtowed to. Not only are the influential Nielsen ratings apparently undergoing an alteration to "include more families with young children— with an accompanying statistical shift—but the prime-time network schedule seems stacked for -the brats. Many video - watching adults like to go to bed early too, yet many of the shows they probably want to see begin at 10 p.m. EDT, the latest possible start for an hour prime- time program. These shows include "Slattery's People," The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, "The Rogues," "Ben Casey," "The Fugitive," "The Nurses," The "Telephone Hour," Danny Kaye, Jimmy Dean, "The Defenders," "Suspense Theatre," "The Reporter,"-Jack Paar and "Gunsmoke" — not to mention the three weekly network movies, all of which begin at 9 p.m. EDT and last for two hours- or so. It is an accepted fact that, with rare exception, shows that start after 10 p.m. EDT usually suffer in the ratings by comparison with other time slots.) "The Fugitive," for instance, is a probable exception, and "Ben Casey" seems .better off in its old time period again than when it was opposite "The Beverly Hillbillies." "The Defenders," which used to be on earlier in the evening -on Saturday's, now fills the late CBS-' TV slot on Thursdays. jThere is not a single situation comedy scheduled in the final network prime-time hour each night. They, are * -all on view in what is 'regarded as the more choice, earlier —j- and higher costing — periods. With the deluge of comedy and variety shows, the only occasional relief from a steady case of the giggles and-or nausea during these periods, aside from turning the set off, is a western or melodrama here or there, or maybe the Bob Hope theatre once in a while, or "CBS Reports" or "World War I," ' a documentary series. Thus half-hour shows, : and shows with a heavy appeal for youngsters, are in the . ascendancy. If television is' not actually aiming for the 12-year- old mind, it will never come any closer by accident. Advertise In The Tribune Foreign News Commentary By K. C. THALER United Press International LONDON (UPI) — The new British Labor government of Prime Minister Harold Wilson plans to "work actively" for the admission of Communist China to the United Nations. In the forthcoming U.N. meetings Britain can thus be expected to push firmly, a policy for seating the Peking regime in the world organization The Labor manifesto openly speaks of the Labor government's desire to bring Communist China "into its proper place" in the U.N. It was a Labor government which first recognized the regime of Mao Tze-tung and established diplomatic relations with Peking. The get China into the U.N. policy is part of Britain's intention to press for a revamping and strengthening of the world organization which Labor considers as the key to ultimate world government. Lend Support Britain intends to support moves for the reorganization of the U.N. Security Council, to take into consideration the emergence of new nations and shifts in world power. On the China issue the Labor government is therefore likely to clash with United States policy which wants to keep the Peking regime out of the world organization. However, London is expected to move slawly and carefully because it does not want a head-on collision with American China strategyj Early next month Britain is sending one of her new ministers to Peking. The occasion is the opening of an "industrial exhibition which its predecessor, the Conservative government, had approved. Board of Trade President Douglas Jay, one of Prime Minister Harold Wilson's clase associates, will go for the opening ceremony. But the signs are that he will use the - occasion for a first hand stock taking of prospects for a closer relationship with the Chinese authorities. Trade Is Key More trade is the key, but the,political aspects will not be overlooked. There may be an attempt to normalize the relations with Peking. So far both countries have diplomatic relations on charge d'affaires level only. Britain wants them up-'] graded to ambassadorial level, to match the status of Franco- Chinese relations. . Until now Peking has refused to send an ambassador to London and to allow a British ambassador in Peking. The British representative in Peking has been given little opportunity in the past to enter into closer contacts with Peking's leaders. Whatever contracts there were have been limited to the barest diplomatic courtesies. The Channel Swim: The funeral and interment of former President Herbert Hoover in West Branch, Iowa, . are the subjects of a half-hour broadcast on ABC-TV Sunday at 6:30 p.m. EST.. .The effects of polls and computers on voters . are examined by the same network's "Politics '64" Wednesday. . .J. B. Priestley discusses his new' book, "Man and Time," on NBC-TV's "Today" program Monday. . .California senatorial candidates Pierre Salinger and George Murphy are scheduled to be interviewed on "Today" Tuesday. ; We have added to, ^j>ur menu Spaghetti and meat balls. Sausage or Hamburger with spaghetti. Cole slaw and garlic bread $1.25. Free delivery". Bowl- O-Drome, OS 5-7110. C-17 WINDOW By LYLE WILSON United Press International On the record of past elections, the Nov. 3 presidential vote count probably will be crooked in spots. Your ballot may be stolen. If you have been voting long it is likely that your vote has been, stolen before this. The National Municipal Review (NMR) some years ago publicized an Honest Ballot Association (HBA) estimate that at least 1 million votes were stolen in the 1952 election. HBA chief investigator George Abrams warned at the time. "Election frauds are increasing. Nearly every area in the United States — big city, small town — cracker Barrel village —has some type of election frauds. It may be in a national election or one involving local school boards, judges or highways." Samuel H. Still, an election investigator for- Congress, said in a 1956 report on election scandals that: "Approximately 50 public figures who occupy high state and municipal, offices today would not have won them had the elections been carried out according to law."Roosevelt Win Questioned Abrams and HBA fingered the 1928 election of Franklin D. •Roosevelt to be governor of New York, citing "the famous long count." FDR beat Repub lican Albert Ottinger. "Democratic boss Ed Flynn's cronies," said Abrams, "sat quietly in the Bronx counting ballots at snail's pace until 2 a.m., when the traditionally 'Republican upstate returns showed Ottinger's exact margin. "When the (Bronx) boys knew how "many votes were needed, they went to work. Republican ballots (in the Bronx) were thrown out under any pretext. Lead concelaled under the finger' nail and every other trick (to invalidate Republican ballots) were used. Mr. Roose velt woke up governor with a 26,000 state-wide plurality. He had a whopping 95,000 vote margin in the Bronx. NMR recalled >that in 1950 Harry F. Kelly was believed to have defeated Democrat G. Mennen' (Soapy) Williams in Michigan'<for governor by 4,000 votes out of about 1.8 million cast.- A recount gave the election to Williams by a margin of 1,154 votes. NMR comment­ ed like this: .'. , , , Study Reveals Misme* 'A comprehensive, non-artisan study /made four years later by ..the University of Michigan's Samuel J. Eldersveld and Albert A. Applegate concluded: ' 'The law's requirements for ballot security were disregarded by election officials in precincts involving more than 12,000 votes. In one case, testimony of election' officials indicates that boxes and ballots were violated after having been properly sealed on election night.' " NMR cited a report by a U.S. Senate subcommittee after the 1952 election- in which Democratic Sen. Dennis Chavez defeated Republican Patrick J. Hurley for- the Senate in New Mexico. NMR quoted .the report: 'At least 55,000 New. Mexico citizens were deprived of their constitutional rights to a secret b a hVfr. resworn--evidence of fraudently altered ballotts was obtained in 33 precincts." NMR added: "Paper ballots, still used- in two-thirds of the United States, offer the easiest opportunity for fraud. They are easy to change, easy to fake, easy to stuff." They also are easy to burn. Era {Satisfaction -'Guaranteed) Make Septic Tanks Work Like New ASK YOUR DEALER FOR TIPTON COUNTY FARM BUREAU CO-OP PLANT PROBLEM LAS VEGAS, Nevl (UPI) _ Police today held Johnny -Plant on suspicion of grand larceny in the theft of $1,000 worth of plants from a nursery. Goldsmith W. S. C. S. smorgasbord and bazaar at the church, Wednesday, October 28th. Serving to start at 5:00 p.m. C-19 Ed Meloche says ... "Don't itch for something you're not willing to scratch for." TAX TIME AGAIN Leavell & Bates will be happy to assist you with your tax obligations. No need to disturb a balanced budget when you would be'able to consolidate here. Free Budget Counseling - (C LOANS 112 N. MAIN OS S-4433 (Cull for uppoliitmftit) eavelL o» ifjatei FUNERAL HOMfc OSborn* 5-2425 • Tipton iakuloaa Strvic* IPTON'S FINEST FUNERAL SERVICE SINCE 1 Wall Street Chatter NEW YORK (UPI) — Goodbody & Co. says that even though none of the recent international developments is expected to have a lasting or major impact on our presidential campaign, an upside breakthrough is expected to be postponed until after, the elec-.. tions. In the meantime, the firm says, it would expect a continuation of the present traders market with a considerable rotation in group leadership. Wright Investors' service says the current price level is dangerously higher and is supported in large measure by the excessive use of credit. The market will register further new highs during the remainder of the year. ;. Bache & Co. says that with the majority of economic forecasters seeing clear - sailing through the first half of 1965, the upward price trend will continue unimpaired with 900 in the Dow-Jones industrial average the next important psychological objective. "LOOK FOR THE "HUNGRY'*B6Y'' SAYS: TRY OUR BASKETS COLESLAW FRENCH FRIES CHOICE QF SANDWICH GOOD FOOD- FAST SERVICE JIM DANDY DRIVErIN ••:•••:.•••&}••'. DowntownJTipton ....... CLOSING SUNDAY NIGHT, OCT. 25 FOR THE WINTER COME OUT AND ENJOY OUR TASTY SANDWICHES AND THICK SHAKES HOT FUDGE SUNDAES POLAR BEAR EAST EDGE OF TIPTON THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATRONAGE TIPTON COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL EVENING SCHOOL FOR ADULT EDUCATION CLASS TYPING BOOKKEEPING — MACHINE SHOP, Beginning- WELDING, Beginning.—,— WOODWORKING,, Beginning. DRAFTING, Beginning FRENCH— TIME INSTRUCTOR -Wed. -Wed. .. Mon. .1 Tues. .: Mon. ..Mon. „ M°n. __Tues. SPANISH CERAMIC SCULPTURE —-- -Thyrs SELF-IMPROVEMENT IN READING Mon. SEWING, Beginning... -Mon. TAILORING, Advanced.. Tjnjrs. ^ 3 • _ _ MR . QBERHELMAN 7-9 MR. HEATH 7-9 MISS GHERE 7-9 .—..—... MR. CAIN 7-9 — ; MR. CAIN 7-9 . MR. KERCHENFANT 7-9 „ MR. PEARSON 7-9 -.: MRS/WADE 7-9 —.......... MISS GOMEZ 7-9 MR. WINKS 7-9 MRS. .TUNMER " 7-9 ..... MRS. SUNMER 7-9 „ MRS. SUNMER PHYSICAL FITNESS FOR MEN- Registr.tion may b. made by mail or at the first class ^'"^^asses m*"* of October 26, 1964 and continue for 10 weeks. A minimum of 10 students is required for a class to be started. Do not maks payment prior to first class meeting.. REGISTRATION. FORM: 1 TIPTON COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL ] EVENING SCHOOL-ADULT EDUCATION NAME1 ADDRESS. _PHONE_ Mall Completed Forfi T«: ADULT EDUCATION \Tjtatgn Ctofg&Onttl: High School, Tipton, Indiana ••..<••••. 1 vi t •'*.•>

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