The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 10, 1964 · Page 2
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Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, November 10, 1964
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.1 ^rgr2 5 'r i U 2 lit T Y J I A 0 A 0 T k IT 3 KT THI TtPTomwotrTRtBtmr ••••••••• . | 5 Tuesday;-Nov? 10, 1964 TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION BATES \ By Carrier, In City, Ptp Week „.L„._—„.;:J.^—_35 cents 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 Postoffice in . Tipton, Indiana, Under the Act-of Congress of March 3,1879 PUBLISHED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY BY TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY £1-223 East Jefferson Street. Tipton, Indiana. Telephone OS 5-2115 ROUND TOWN AND THE CLOCK With the Tribune by R. D. Mane, WE GOT IT straight from the mouth of the 'prexy : -last nite,at the annual dinner for newsmen . . . the Fury . . . by Plymouth'. . .will be the pace car at the 5Q0 this year. Tony made the announcement . . .and - though no great shakes in the speech department—he is a real host. . FORMS WILL BE MAILED for entry in 1965's "Run for the . Glory" . . . and a lot of good natured ribbing was in the cards for several of the racing frater- .,nity who spoke. Shrimp-Duck ,." Thumin's . .. steak, etc .. . was ~/ihe order of the evening . . . and a .lot of satisfied customers were .once more turned out . . . ready write a line or two for Tony and Company . . . when the .'.'jfijne comes. NOISY TOYS THEY TELL US that toys this ,.yjjar W iU be like the small fry . ..-s .only they will be both'seen •..and heard. A good EAR, toned just right . . will be the way toshop for this year's toys, ac- ..fflrding to the latest from San- tals helpers . . . the toy men. WE RATHER IMAGINE that along with the excited tones of -Johnny, and Sue •. . . one will be .'.able to hear TOY race cars— that sound like the originals : the big wagons . . . dump trucks and skiploaders that growl like heavy duty equipment . . . talking, laughing, wetting babes . . that now talk a whole sentence ... with no more urging than the 'pull' of a string! Of course toys have been tinkling, squeaking", 'popping, clanking, crying and banging for a long—Ion, time . . . The new angle, though is IN REALISM of sound and appearance. NOW THIS SOUND may come as a jolt to some adults . ... who look with nostalgia on the hap py days when play sounds con ; sisted of "bang-bing" . J. sticks sliding across picket -' fences, and a flipping 'noise * made 'by attaching playing - cards to bike spokes—remem ' ber? AND GOD-LOVE those little • tykes . . . who thought mama * dolls were really something > then along came the 'talkers' * ... and the doll was not mere• • ly a plaything—but a compan • • ionl ; SOPHISTICATED KIDS NOW THE KIDS these days \ are a bit more sophisticated . .. . and a little harder to please ; They are exposed to more toys t ... and the toys that will hold their attention must really be ' -'fun' toys—that last! ~:_ZHOW ABOUT WHAT, they have done to one of the toys? A LOVEABLE LION? He growls ... "I'm King of the Jungle" . . . then shyly asks, "AREN'T I?" WE SUPPOSE THOUGH . most girls will want the doll you feed, place over your shoul der . . . and 'burp'! Just the thing for the first-time around expectant GRANDPAS and GRANDMAS! GLAD TO GET DEPT. HAVE A LETTER from Mrs . Walter Lilly . . . acknowledging the check for $25.00 ... given the BEST GIRL'S CLUB in 4-H work each year—along with one for the Best Boy's Club. We'll let it speak for itself . . . this is something we like about the program . . . dedicated adults ... and dedicated youngsters. • •. R T. DEAR MR. MANEY: iPIRST I WANT to thank the Tribune for the Achievement check which my Busy Clover 4-H club received at Achievement night. SECOND I.WANT to tell you something about the club and how much they worked together to receive the award. The neighborhood club was organized by myself five years ago with 17 members. This year eight of those original members are.still- in the club and all of them were jueior "leaders. Some have moved, some grown out but we added., nine' new members' this year.' Our membership this year ' was *21. All of the meetings are held in the homes with the girls taking turns at being hostesses. 16 of them gave local' demonstrations w^th two' being selected to represent Tipton County^ In" 1 , the district Their attendance and interest at he local meeting is to be noted.- Three meetings bad 100 per cent ... five missed only one meeting ' .V. 6 100 per cent.i NfiTE: . .1 MRS. LILLY goes oh to tell of . . ..and indeed she.may. well be proud. Junior leaders make good adult leaders, later on: THE GALS who won'the check were:'Lou Ann Kendall, presi dent; Donna Rump v-p; Sus anne Smith, secretary; .(this one we can vouch for—she was Tribune-carrier) . . Roberta .Schweitzer, treasurer, Beth Doversberger, NEWS. Lynn Ann Walker; Health Reporter; Ellen Schweitzer, safety reporter; Wanda Mundy, . song leader; Ellen Sue Wisemiller, recreation leader; Becky Rump, flag keeper; other members are Francee Lewis, Joyce Mundy, Connie Sue Achenbach, Susan Walker, Cheryly Fakes, Rita Miller, Nonna Neal,. Paris Fakes, Kathy Plumlee, Marcia Phifer, Angela Wiseman. BEST WISHES from the Tribune to all of you . . . the champs! P.S. WE DON'T GIVE the prize for the glory . . . but it sure is good to realize that it is appreciated . . . with such a nice letter. JUST A THOUGHT THEY SAY THAT one of America's most prosperous busi nessmen always made a rule to ask himself regarding everything he saw, heard or read: "HOW CAN I USE THAT?" THIS IS A query that most of us could do well to use:' After all i . . experience is of no value if yre do not translate what we read and see in this old life. WHAT HAVE YOU DONE today that will make life easier for you tomorrow? " Are .you trying to get everything you can from your daily experiences —however trivial?. We might all do well to give it some thought. TODAY'S TIDBIT KHRUSHCHEV .. . remember him? he said, and we quote: Socialism leads directly to Communism . . . just as A leads to B . . .in the alphabet. (FOR once we agree with Old Shoe Pounder!) TELEVISION PROGRAM WISH (Channel jB) . Tuesday, November 10; ; 1964 4:00 Secret Storm Jack Benny Early Show News-Cronkite News-Hickox Greatest Show on Earth (c) Red Skelton Petticoat Junction Doctors and Nurses News-Hickox Sports-Late Show Late Show Wednesday, November 11, 1964 7:30 Chapel Door Town & Country Capt. Kangaroo Coffee Cup Theater Mike Wallace News I Love Lucy •, Andy Griffith Real McCoys . ... Love of Life ; Search for Tomorrow : Guiding Light World at One As the" World Turns Password Houseparty To Tell the Truth Edge of Night 4:30 4:30 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:30 9:30 10:00 11:00 11:15 12:00 7:45 8:00 9:00 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:30 12:45 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 In Review By RICK DU BROW United Press International HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — ABC- TV, the smallest major network, Monday night entered a major bid to break the hold of Johnny' Carson and NBC -TVs Tonight" show on the audience that walks and talks.around the witching hour. The new entry, "The Les Crane - Show," is a Monday- througWFriday affair that runs either, an hour and a half or an hour .and .ttree-qiuurters, depending on .whether your Jocal station carries the.first 15 mia- utes,.-And if the host, a thirty- ish fellow with rnatine* Idol looks,who stirs up the animals one : way, or, another, does not become; a very large man in television in the near future, it will;-surprise many .people, including yours truly. The Crane approach is entirely different from the Carson approach.-Whereas Carson offers generally neutralized chit-chat and plenty of variety-type entertainment, Crane hits hard at intei&ieWs, 'conversations and sequences frpm out on location. The^-big question is which, approach has the greater lasting power — whether the national- digestive tract is able to down an occasional dish of meat and potatoes at midnight. In any case, the viewer can only come' out ahead, having two ap­ proaches'to suit his moods. The exact quality of Monday night's • premiere is not of special importance because such a show does not shake down entirely for a while. The opener was unquestionably promising, and some details may interest Wednesday, November 11, 1964 you. The setting is telfevision-in- SITTING BUCKS—Mrs. • Richard Sosnovske, fa'rm wife near Gleason, Wis., poses 'vHih ; a' t couple of deer which proved to be,sitting bucks fqr.* t her'bow.',and arrow. Someone told her two bucks were fighting nearby and she grabbed her bow and arrows and ...hied: herself thence. 'It turned out the bucks' horns were -locked and one was dying of a broken •neck-.- She dispatched- the other with a single arrow. One with 10-point antlers weighed 185 pounds, the other, a 13- pointer, weighed 230. pounds. •'- : • —_i_ _1 BROTHER SENATORS—The two Kennedy brothers and their wives have a celebration get- together at the Boston hospital where Sen. Ted Kennedy, victorious in Massachusetts, ia recovering 'rom' a broken back. The senator-elect, of course, Is Robert, victorious in New •York. Ethel, wife of Robert, is at left, and Joan, wife of Ted, stands behind his bed.'Behind is a medical corpsman, Sgt Booth Clayton. 7:30 7:45 8:00 8:30 9:15 9:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 Geo. Willeford Casper & Co. Jack LeLanne Kindergarten College King and .Odie Don Melvoin Show Paul Dixon (c) •> Missing Links 50-50 Club (c). Tenn. Ernie Ford Price Is Right Day in Court General Hospital Young Marrieds JEEP, JEEP—The OH-6A "flying jeep"' helicopter soon may be -Joining its four- wheeled counterpart as a strategic Army .vehicle. De-' i signed by Hughes Tool Com-; ; pany'a aircraft division, Cul-v- ver City, Calif. { the OH r 8A-, Is a two -place 'light observavA tion helicopter. It has addl-* tional space .to carry 400 pounds or two passengers. Wanted bids on Jearing down, or moving, Kemp Methodist parsonage, located at 117 Walnut, Tipton. Bids should be sent to Richard Regnier, Hutto & Regnier,. Tipton, Indiana the splendid work by her group'by November 18. C-33 4:30 G:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:30 9:30 10:00 11:00 11:15 11:30 12:00 (c) WFBM (Channel 6) Tuesday, November 10, 1964 4:00 Match Game Bernie Herman Presents Bernie Herman Presents Huntley-Brinkley News-Caldwell Mr. Novak Man from UNCLE That Was the Week That Was (c) Telephone Hour News-Caldwell Weather-Sports Tonight (c) Tonight' (c) Wednesday, November 11, 1964 7:30 Today 9:00 Movie iParty (c) 10:30 -jWhat's This Song (c) 11:00 Tbncentration 11:30; • Jeopardy (c). 12:00 Say When (c) ; 12:30 fEasy Money ! 1:30 Let's Make a Deal "(c) 2:00 .Lbretta Young ! o .2:30 Tfie Doctors.., ' •3:00 Another World 3:30 You;Don.'t .Say (c) x ^ — wLw-rtciaffliei u) Tuesday, November 10, 1964 Trailmasfer Bill Jackson \ Rifleman , J News-Atkins f News-Cochran Cheyenne ..; Combat McHale's Navy Tycoon Peyton Place The Fugitive News-Atkins Weather-Sports 77 Sunset Strip WTTV (Channel 4) Tuesday, November 10, 1964 4:00 Mickey Mouse Club j Superman Popeye and Janie j Rocky •Popeye and Janie Peter Potamus Leave it to Beaver Adventures in Paradise The Untouchables Lloyd Thaxton News-Ungersma 10 O'clock Movie | M 10 O'clock Movie -., Les Crane Les Crane Wednesday, November 11, 10:30 Spanish Course Frontiers Billie Boucher Lunchtime Theater Girl Talk. Milady's Matinee Milady's Matinee' Lone Ranger 4:30 5:00 5:30 '•-&45 " 6:00 6:30: i:00 "8:00 9:00 9:45 10:00 11:00 11:30 12:00 11:00 11:30 12:00 1:00 1:30 2:00 3:30 the-round, with an ' encircling audience taking part by tossing- occasional comments or questions. Crane has opinions, political and otherwise, and will make enemies, and that's okay too, because video needs more fireworks, whether or not the opinions always please you orr me. In any case, as a showman, Crane is in full command, and is quick on his feet and fast with a line, ingratiating even to foes. It is essential, also, that I tell you of a young lady' who hopefully will be one of Crane's regulars. Her name is Marta Curro, and she is nothing less than a marvelous natural humorist — not merely comedienne, but humorist —in her comments on mundane, daily happenings. Monday night 1 she took part in a iour-way conversation ;about-.''wandering husbands, and:', she made a racy discussion* ithoroujghly : delightful.' Among: other, things, she called for a of passion, where at least we will jkill..people, we know .rather than strangers. Her hair is ; long and black,.her- instincts are brilliant and;I repeat thai; she is wonderful;'" wonderful, wqnderful. .The • only thing that,;could top Miss Curro would he to hear Richard Burton pjronounce "in- fintely," which was not on Crane's schedule. | But the host did have a fascinating interview with Mrs. Madalyn Murray, the well-known atheis|, in Hawaii; a , visit with children ddd's'pet market. fair studio talk with comedian the' 'over-all (quite -as per- Terry-Thomas. If harmony was not feet as a blend Hawkins and Django Reinhardt, it will still more than do for a start. I' in Lbn- and a pretty IN HOLLYWOOD MINCEMEAT That good Presbyterian mincemeat will be ready on Nov. 21. $1:25 qt., $.65 pt. Order from | Mrs. Chas. Beal, OS 5-2317 or Mrs. Mary Walker, o's 5-6441. |P-32-34-35 Turkey supper and bazaar, Sharpsville Metho dist Church, Nov, p.m. By VERNON SCOTT UPI Hollywood Correspondent HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — The late President John F. Kennedy's "Profiles in Courage" has come to the ^television screen in a . new network series which promises to entertain as well as inform. The man who makes the promise is producer Gordon Oliver: "Our show is not a series of biographies. We are taking incidents in the lives of men and show how they react to great crises." Oliver, who produced "Peter Gunn" and ''Mr. Lucky," is a dynamic, white-haired man who organized the series when Pres- of_ Coleman' ident Kennedy was alive, gaining JFK's approval of stories, directors, actors, and other details' of production. "He was vitally interested in the project," Oliver said. Thirteen of the stories from the book will be dramatized on the air. An additional 13 — all approved last year by JFK— have been filmed to fill out a full 26-week schedule. Included in the series are segments on John Adams, Thomas Hart Benton, Daniel Webster, Sam Houston, Richard T. Ely, Andrew Johnson, Charles Evans, Hughes and Robert A. Taft. "Profiles in Courage" will be seen Sundays at 6:30 p.m. EST via NBC-TV in the time' slot opposite "Lassie."' • "Our stories involve' men from many walks of life, politics, education, religion and the military," - Oliver explained. "However, we don't take an event and make it the star. We start with the man and let the event happen to him. "People won't tune in if they think they're not going to. be entertained. So we've taken history lesson subjects and treated them dramatically and commercially,-but we're also sticking to the facts. , "A great deal of the dialogue is exact; taken from the Congressional Record." When JFK agreed to' allow his Pulitzer Prize-winning "book to be transformed to television he stipulated that it could not be aired before Nov. 3, 1964, on which date he had expected to run for reelection. "The President didn't want it to appear that the show could be construed in any way as a means of influencing voters," Oliver explained. Smorgasbord at the Hobbs Methodist Church. Wednesday, November 11. 5 'till 8 $1.50 for adults, 65c for children. -' ....... i .C-32 1964 4:00 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:15 6:30 " 7:30 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 11:00 11:15 12:00 I - 11:30 "77 Sunset Strip Wall Street Chatter NEW'.YORK (UPI)—Analyst James Dines says that so far the bullish factors in the marketplace greatly outweigh the bearish indications. Dines suggests that investors buy sound issues on weakness while traders accumulate some cash reserves in case .of a minor dip. • ., Bache & Co. .believes that there will be active bargain hunting if the market shqws any near term weakness:"-'-: Ralph Rotnem of Harris, Upham & Co. believes ; that, any decline thatcprreets;;the^-14V4 i ; jj per cent - advance bf .the.' past ten months is likely-to be-tech;.! nical and temporary and should invite good buying for the usual year-end rally. Oppenheimer, • "Newborg & Neu says me. disappointment over the market's;,actionem recent days majj* feed on:: itself and bring the' 'general leyel a. hit Jo\ but that'the traditional year-end raUy^U.biing new. high's in the av'frajesj'•*'>,; : . Leattaariorri: FUNERAL HOME OSbora* 8-1425 Tipton BLQNDIE By Chick YoMofi VOU'RE GOING TO RAY ME FOR i 1

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