The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 6, 1964 · Page 2
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Friday, November 6, 1964
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1 t age 2 Friday, November 6,1964 TIFrON DAILY TRIBUNE t ; / i SUBSCRIPTION BATES By Carrier, In CHy, P«r We«k—__. . r 35 cents By Mail, OniL 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 1 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 WHEN POLITICIANS 'fall out' look out! It seems that Mr. Rockerfeller is making a bid to 'take over' the reins in the G.O.P., after the fiasco at the polls. Maybe Mr. Goldwater will have, something to say aboui that, and certainly Mr. Nixon and Romney, R T IT SEEMS TO the casual observer; that instead of the G.O.- P. looking for 'a new -'image', as they term% it, they , might be more concerned in soul searching . . . and trying to live together. It isn't the image that beat them ... it was a division from the start, plus half hearted attempts, plus hard work on the part of the Old Pro Lyndon . .. ! FOR QUITE SOME TIME, we all have been talking of the similarity of the two parties . -. . with the exception of fiscal policies. . . and deficit spending. Indeed ... if a balanced budget happened .along next year . . . you could hardly tell the difference. 'Me-tooism' just won't do.. There must, be .a clear cut difference. One was tried and defeated, yet hardly given a chance . . . being scuttled by dissident members in their own organization. NIXON AND ROCKY are hard at it . . . the "silent one" in Pennsylvania, is not saying much . . . and Romney . . . w|jo probably should be the choice . in '68, is just working . . . and thinking! SPECIAL LETTER TO THE EDITOR TO THE EDITOR: IT SEEMS THAT all too often . we read of only the destruction and carelessness of today's • youth. In most cases, the just praises due the majority of today's young people, is not brought to the attention of the public. Therefore I would like to announce and take thK'means. of hanking a tremendous group of junior high students from the , Prairie-Sharpsville Junior high school for their musical contributions during a recent week of special meetings. of the Liberty Baptist church in Prairie Town, ship. THIS NEEDED ASSISTANCE came from the dedicated help - of Mr. Harry Rinehart and the Junior High band and Mrs. . Marguerite Holler and the seventh and eighth grades Girls . Glee Club. We feel most fortu- . nate to be part of a community . where this talent and dedication is so constructively trained and shared. We appreciate their , sharing with the church this talent and the cooperation of their • parents. IT IS A PRIVELEGE to make known this type of cooperation ' and we wish to acknowledge the outstanding talent and support ' of this-fine group of young people. Sincerely, Wendell P. Webster •Minister, Liberty Baptist Church he wanted (peaceful co-existence) .. . and what a joke that was! ..LET'S DON"T PUT on rose colored glasses ... Communism has one objective ... to dominate the world . . . especially triumph o^er Democracy. He just wasn't getting there fast enough! LET'S GET STARTED WE ARE FIGHTING in Viet Nam . . . .and for what? AM we get is a handful of nothing! An American RFC Venturto states that—"the public is being misled . . . and the facts are distorted beyond our wildest dreams" (U.S. Press Ass'n) He advises to mulitply the number we hear about, by perhaps 20— and we are close to the figure. He says "we are frustrated in our 'advisory' role". . . THE SITUATION in Viet Nam is reminicent of another — we seem to remember well in Pearl Harbor. The supposedly "secret hase" in Bien Hoa . . . was wiped out in a.matter of minutes. WHAT HAS HAPPENED to a once proud Eagle? We replace the lost planes . . . but do not displace the enemy! P.S. THE VICTORY was a personal one Mr. President—in the election we mean . . . you were selected to do the job . . . all the world, especially your countrymen will be watching. TODAY'S TIDBIT SOME OF OUR citizens feel that too many of our foreign, neighbors are living beyond OUR MEANS! WSCS EXECUTIVE MEETING The executive committee of Woman's Society of Christian Service of Kemp Methodist church will meet in the church parlor on Monday at 7:30 p.m., All officers, secretaries of lines of work and circle chairmen are urged to be 'present. GOOD COMMUNISTS? EVER SINCE THE end of World War II . . . we have at times i ... PROPPED UP and subsidized . communists- in various spots around the globe. Poland, - Yugoslavia, Hungary, etc. We.have even trained pilots at ouV-air bases. . THEJN WE COMPOUNDED the. felony by practically GIVING 'wheat to the Soviet Union at a time they were, threatened with domestic uncertainty. We also-have permitted some leaks iii-fhe' so-called economic blockade a ro'und Cuba. We'hiay have even "helped Red China by selling to those, who later delivered to them. '" * COMMUNISTS, as we have frequently pointed out, do not '. hang spearately. They HANG toge'therf Yugoslavia will accept STUDENT RENTS UP BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (UPI) —Married students in most Indiana University apartments and trailers were notified today that rents will go up $1.50 to $5.50 a month effective next fan to offset increased costs of operation. The increase will not affect Hoosier Courts, temporary frame housing dating back to World War II, and Redbud Hill Center. <ah yes !„ but when will our, aid tfra- ch'p* go •' down, they Hang in with the reds. YpU COULD CALL it a sort of>,International Welfare Program. This will have to be -stopped '. .,.. and we sincerely ' hope Mr. Johnson' dots .same- thing about it. H* is calling the shot! now . . . and should make themAcounr. ' 'IMS DOGGONE-JT! JUST , ABOUT . THE TIME mostof us have learned to spell Khrushchev. .... along comes another tongue twister like Bre­ zhnev! Hbwever-^-difficulty with Spe^kngrslyjuldAef only\a jpmo* detail. No matter how they are spelled-ithey.yil come oift Com munist! • v pounder' was aeposed because SUCCESSFUL LAUNCHING VANDENBERG AFB, Calif. (UPI) — The Air Force Thursday launched its fourth Minuteman , intercontinental ballistic missile in as many days on a successful 5,000-mile trip down the' Pacific missile range. It was the 71st Minuteman launched from this base. TELEVISION PROGRAM WISH (Channel 8) Friday, November 6,1964 4:00 Secret Storm 4:30 Jack Benny 4:30 Early Show 6:30 News-CronHte 7:00 News-Hiciox 7:30 Young People's Concert 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, November 7, 1964 8:00 Mister Mayor 9:00 The Alvin Show * 9:30 Tennessee Tuxedo 10:00 .Quick Draw McGraw 10:30 'Mighty Mouse Playhouse 11:00 Booby Trap 12:00 Sky King . 12:30 My Friend iFlicka' .1:00 The Jetsons 3:00 Schools ,3:30 .Saturday Theater . WFBM (Channel 6) Friday, November 6, 1964 4:00 Match Game . 4:30 Benrie Herman Presents 6:00 Bernie Herman 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 (c) ,'• 11:00 News-Caldwell 11:15 Weather-Sports 11:30 Tonight (c) 12:00 Tonight (c) Saturday, November 7, 1964 8:00 Three Stooges 9:00 Three Stooges • 9:30 Hector Heathcote (c) 10:00 Underdog (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: Mich, vs Illinois (c) 2:00 Football (c) 3:00 Football (c) WLW-I (Channel 13) Friday, November 6, 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) 8:00 Farmer's Daughter 8:30 Addam's Family 9:00 Valentine's Day 9:30 12 O'Clock High 10:30 Death Valley Days (c) 11:00 News-Weather-Spts. 11:15 News-Young 12:00 77 Sunset Strip '. 11:30 77 Sunset Shi? '.' \\: Saturday, November 7/: 1964. 8:00 Politics in Perseciive 8:30 Symphony Backstage • 9:00 Timothy Churchmouse 9:30 Buffalo Bill Jr. 10:00 Shenanigans 10:30 Annie Oakley 11:00 Caspr 11:30 Beany and Cecil 12:00 Bugs Bunny 12:30 Hoppity Hopper (c) 1:00 Land of AUakazam 1:30 American Bandstand 2:30 Bill Jackson 3:30 Roller Derby WTTV (Channel 4) Friday, November 6, 1964 4:00 Mickey Mouse Club 4:30 Superman 5:00 Popeye and Janie 5:30 Rocky 5:45 Popeye and Janie ' LEAVE FOR TALKS WASHINGTON (UPI)—Chairman J. William Fulbright of Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and William R. Tyler, assistant secretary of state for European affairs, left Thursday for Yugoslavia. They will sign a new cultural exchange agreement with that country and hold talks with Yugoslav officials. BIDS REQUESTED BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (UPI) —Indiana University today advertised for bids for construction of a $13.5 million first phase • of a six-story teaching and research hospital for adult patients- at its medical 'center in Indianapolis. ••' r The project eventually will in-, elude a 713 -bed hospital. The first, phase will provide -249 beds. A.little less"ith'an'half the money "will come from state tax appropriations, the remainder from federal grants and .a major gift by the Herman C. Kran- nerts of Indianapolis. TEST FLIGHT WALLOPS ISLAND ' (UPI)— The space agency Thursday sent - an '• instrument package, slated to go on future missions to Venus and Mars on a 930- mile test flight over the Atlantic Ocean. The instruments will be'used to study the atmospheres of other pi a n e t.s. ^They r s were launched atop a Javelin, rpeket and sent back 17, /minutes of data Thursday before splashing into the 6cean. ACCUSES U.S. TOKYO (UPI) — Communist Viet Nam accusedthe United States Thursday of.stepping up its "illegal" introduction of armaments into South ".Viet Nam in order to threaten North on famous 5PRED SATIN latex wonder wall paint ' ONLY *5 49 GAL Beg. $6.89 Gal, T0LLE BROS. INC. W. MADISON ^ - ' TIPTON, IND. 6:00 Magilla Gorilla 6:30 Leave it to Beaver 7:00 War Story 8:00 War Story 9:00 Lloyd Thaxton 9:45 News-Ungersma . 10:00 10 O 'clock Movie 11:00 10 O 'clock Movie' 12:00 Open End 11:30 Bowery Boys 12:00 "Bowery Boys 1:00 Oneness of Things 1:30 Lessons For Living 2:00 Hour of Stars 3:00 All Star Golf 3:30 All Star Golf _ n Television In Review By RICK DU BROW United Press. International HOLLYWOOD (UPI) —The NBC-TV drama series "Profiles in Courage," bas'tSd. on. the book by the late President John p. Kennedy and withheld by agreement_ until after the national elections, will finally make its debut Sunday. Royalties from the series will go to charity, in line with a policy established | by Kennedy, whose approval of the television version of his 'Pulitzer 'Prize winning book madVthe project possible. There 1 \yill be 26 filmed one-hour'' programs, some from the biographies of the book, with the remainder concerning other Americans whose stories were consistent with its theme. ; NBC Thursday announced "unprecedented sales" of the series n Europe and the Far East, even before its premiere. It has been bought by' Ireland, England, Germany,' Italy, Sweden, Norway, >Fin\and, Den- Australia and the Philippines. In: addition says NBC, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, Portugal, Belgium and Holland have expressed "very serious intentions to buy the series." Sunday's premiere episode is entitled "The Oscar W. Underwood Story," and stars Sidney Blackmer as a Southern senator who must decide whether to" accept the powerful and pivotal support of the Ku Klux Klan at the 1924 Democratic national convention in his bid for the presidential nomination. Two weeks from Sunday, which will mark one- 'year to the day that Kennedy was, assassinated, NBC-TV «8ll pre- e#$t, "Profiles in Courage", for a ohe-bour memorial tribute" la {he slain Chief Executive — "rather than a political study . . .an essay on a human being." NBC announced last week that 24 countries had: bought this program. On the same memorial day, Nov. 22, ABC-TV will also present a one-hour tribute, aimed at being "an intimate portrait" as well as a study of Kennedy's public life. CBS-TV,. "' meanwhile, has scheduled its Kennedy tribute for Nov. 26. Those participating in the one-hour program include many of the late president's associates, among them Dean Rusk, Adlai Stevenson, Averell Harriman, Ted. Sorenson, Pierre Salinger, Allen, Dulles and Vice President-E lje c t Hubert H. Humphrey. Also this month, another, former Democratic President Harry S Truman, will have a half- hour series about his years in the White House startVi'ts broadcasts on a widely-syndicated basis. On The Lighter Side By DICK WEST United Press Intematiornl ' WASHINGTON. (UPI) — People are inclined to- feel. a bit let down after a national election. They are glad that it's over of course. It is a relief to be rid of the" tumult and the shouting. And yet, even those who were on the winning side are likely to have a. temporary touch of mopishness. This is a natural result of emerging too suddenly from the high pressure atmosphere of a political campaign. • In severe cases, it may even result in "the bends." Tie post-election adjustment would be easier if we had ipmething on which to taper off —something to help fill the void. J thought it might be good therapy to occupy ourselves with something political, like maybe a public opinion poll. -I. .have prepared, therefore, a should; make the voters feel they are still loved and wanted even though the campaign has ended, —If the election were held again . tomorrow would you.: ( ) vote the same way? ( ) change your vote? ( ) think something fishy was going on? ( ) undecided. ' • —At what point did'you decide h.ow you would vote?; (') before $he 'campaign started. ( ) when handed a ballot. ( ) when,handed a cigar. (• ) still undecided.,' '^Were you generally pleased by the election results? ( ) yes. ( ) no ? ( ) yes and no. ( ) undecided. —What in your opinion gained the largest number of votes for President Johnson? '..( ) cute picture .holding baby in arms. ( )" cute picture trying on Indian war'bonnet. ( ) cute picture lifting beagle by ears. ( ) cute picture lifting photographer by ears. —What in your opinion gained the largest number of votes for Sen. Goldwater? (• ) cute, picture holding baby in arms. ( ) cute picture trying on Indian war bonnet. ( ) cute picture poking finger, through lensless glasses. ( ),cute picture -poking finger through photographer. —To what extent do you think the two candidates were helped by their vice presidential running mates?-( ) none. ( ) very little. ( ) very much. ( ) didn't know they had one. —Much has been said and written about the tactics used by both candidates. In your opinion was the t campaign: ( .) .clean clear through? ( I washday bright? •( ). stronger than dirt? ( ) fresh-as all-outdoors? ' —What do you regard as the turning point of the campaign? ( ) disclosure that one candidate had running mate whose middle name was Horatio. ( ) withdrawal of film showing topless swim suit. ( •) ouster of Yogi Berra. ( ) counting the ballots. Obituaries By United Press international HOLLYWOOD (UPIH-Funeral arrangements were pending today for iFred L. Metzler, 77, a director of 20th Century - Fox Film Corp., and executive administrator and consultant at the'movie studio. Metzler, a native of Buffalo, N.Y., died Wednesday after a brief illness. ,LOS ANGELES (UPI)—William H. ' Hattich, 93, former owner and publisher of the Tombstone (Ariz.) Epitaph, died Wednesday in his home here. Hattich' had lived in Los Angeles for 48 years. CHICAGO (UPI) — Requiem Mass will be offered Friday for James A. Cotey, 65, retired treasurer of the Tribune Co., publisher of the Chicago Tribune: . Cotey. died Tuesday night- in Chicago's . Wesley Memorial Hospital. Burial will be at De Land, : Fla. , The Almanac By United Press International Today is Friday Nov. 6) the 311th day of 1964 with 55 to follow. The approaching its first (juarter. The'morning stars are Jupiter, Mars and Venus. • The evening stars are Jupiter and Saturn. American band leader John Philip Sousa' was born on this day in 1854. On this day in history: In I860, Abraham Lincoln was elected president of t h e United States. In 1869, the first formal intercollegiate football game was played between Princeton and Rutgers V at New Brunswick,.New Jersey. • •" - • In ., 1900, William - McKinley was elected president. In 1953, U. S. Atty. Gen. Herbert' Bro'wnell charged former President Harry Truman had named Dexter White to head KNOW YOUR INTELLIGENT WHALE BUILT BY BUSHNELL AND RICE AT THE END OF THIS EARLY OUT TO BE HANDPOWERED THE WHALE WAS DESIGNED TO CARRY AN 18 MAN CREW. SHE FEATURED AN AIR LOCK TO PERMIT A DIVER TO FASTEN EXPtOSIVES TO THE BOTTOM OF A TARGET VESSEL. THE WHALE'S 1872 TRIALS ENDED IN DISASTER WITH A LOSS OF 32 LIVES; SHE FAILED TO RISE. JSHNELL AND RICE AT .^tZ^^''^*? F THE. CIVIL WAR, Ir ^-^^^K?® U.S. SUBMARINE TURNED frf^Sm^^t^^ < A REAL "JONAH." 8S>CS »S ^«^l£ spy." A thought for .the day: Abra- ham-Lincoln'said:."There is no grievance that, is a fit object of redress by - mob law." Curtisville Pi T. O. fish fry, Saturday, November 7, 5 to 8 p.m. C-28-29 Wanted bids on tearing down, or moving, Kemp Methodist parsonage, located at 117 Wainut, Tipton. Bids should be sent to Richard Regnier, Hutto & Regriier, Tipton, Indiana by November 18. C -33 Ham and Turkey SHOOT Sunday, .November 8, 1964 N .12 Noon Still\Board Only 1 Mile East of Atlanta On County Line ATLANTA / CONSERVATION CLUB PRINCESS REGISTRAR®BILLFOLD Charming pastel flowers embroidered o,n Matt Lustre Cowhide. Colors, light blue, pure white. 100 ' Plus tax Matching pieces from $3.50 8 10< Viet Nam. " "" The accusation'was.,reported by the Communist New China News Agency in., ^' broadcast from Peking monitored. an Tokyo. ^ 20 PERSONS KILLED '•, - SEOUL (UPI)—Twenty passengers and the driver of a bus were killed today in the mountains near Mungyohg, South Korea, when the bus plunged over a cliff. , '•:<! Radio Seoul reported,, that seven other passengers, were seriously injured. Co-op Battery :;j'i ' '-." 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