The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 16, 1964 · Page 2
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Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, November 16, 1964
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PAGE2 THE DAltY TRIBUrVE '•IH 1 i -MondayXNoy.ji6 # ;i964 TIPTON DMLYTRIBUNE SU?SGRIPTION BATES ' i ByCirritr, In City, Per Week—i .—. -—-35 cents By Mail, One Year, Tipton and Adjacent Counties— $8.00 >•_• Member United Press International News Service Entered as Second Class Matter Oct. 4, 1895 at ifaa Pjostoffice in Tipton, JacKana, Under the Act of Congress of March 3,1879 PUBLISHED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY BY TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY 221-223 East Jefferson Street, Tipton, Indiana. Telephone OS 5-2115 ROUND TOWN * AND , THE CLOCK With the Tribune by R. D. Maney COULD HARDLY believe it—but old JUPITER PLUVlUS really turned on the DEW yesterday on the way to Rantoul, Illinois, to see son Bob, at the Air Force Base. What a relief—and what a sight! We almost felt .as though the mirage had lifted . . . and the 'old water hole' had been spotted at long last! R T AS THE FIRST drops hit the windshield ... we thought we had been through that before— it WSs a TEASER ... but five minutes later . . . wow! You could hardly see your target . . . " the-*oad! We held our breath conrtng home . . . watched for that«.l n 6 i an a line . . . and breathed a sigh of relief when we2iund "Old Jupe" had visited -here too! LTJST NIGHT'S gentle rain, was-Jhe clincher . . . and this a.m.,-^we didn't want to see the suiu^. . just some more of the same. . . smorgasbord style alli|$read put! WE ALL KNOW who to thank —sorter's 'do it' ... as George Bumf would say.' P.S«-» . BET THE WEATHERMEN are-^thankful. After all—they wererbeginning to be a little unpredictable! SWHICH BRINGS UP A POINT . . . TSE BAN AGAINST outdoor fires* issued by Governor Welsh . . still in effect. . . and we urge* all local citizens to abide toy ZS &me. Remember?— you can be «&ied for disobeying the or- dei*£But that is not the reason you^ould do so, you should do so w a law abiding citizen, and resjj &t the property of both youp* neighbor and yourself. Thggfe have been a few scattered insHfflces where fires have, been made in trash containers <r. ; .-and TKQST is not in keeping with the. .Bfi=_JFOREWARNED that Iq- cal2 £uthorities,'as well as;state police' and the " sheriff's 'bff ice wil £5 >e on the lookout for any violations. IT£ BETTER to have a few sack* of trash arqund—than to have"] no - home to live in—isn't it ?I £nd think of your neighbor once" in a while ... a spark froIK a f' re y° u start could create havoc on their property. ^NEVER SATISFIED ' t A« RECENT DISCLOSURE staftfs that one of the top men in -the unions . . . the name is Reuther ... is sponsoring a which the government wooW_borrow from private pen- sioruJnuds ... in order to finance, the poverty and other programs to be aired before the next-Congress of the United StaTSs. This, is a dangerous procedure . . .and the Union Mem- ber~shouId be protected against it. r3Cjie money belongs to the men-and women who work for it 7~Z,. and should not be used in any-venture of this kind, even thoPt(h the interest from same would be tremendous. THE GOVERNMENT does borrow you know—that is very evident from the amount of debtTwe contract. However . 1 .' werbelieve it should be confined fo jEsjular channels . . . and no monies taken from any funds pufaway for the worker. IT ALSO could result in a hold on officials, by men in power— this would not be good for the country—the members ... or any one—except the top brass. SPEAKING OF MONEY WHILE ON THE subject of • 'money — it has become clear that the State Department wishes to go along with some others—and have the United Nations become ' a TAXING unit! We would say they are' TAXING now — TAXING the nerves, of every citizen of the land— with the poor handling of, the Russian debt situation. THERE JS ABSOLUTELY nothing in .the original picture of U.N.—to allow for such a procedure. Let 's keep 1 it that; way. And the imbecillic wish of the present U.N. Minister—Ad- Iai Stevenson ... to have the Buss pay their money to an : ! other fund . . . instead of the one they owe . . . sounds like first "grade 1 arithmetic—and may ere-, 'ate another spot for Mr. John-, son to fill after inauguration day. % • •;•! R T •', THE LOAD we carry in the VM. is already top heavy—and since, the United States is still some areas we pay as much as 60% of the load. When-o'-when are we going to wise up and find that we cannot buy friendship— or stop •aggression . . . merely by -waving a depleted dollar at the BULLS? n TOWER OF BABEL CRISIS IT LOOKS LIKE a Tower of Babel Crises! THE LATEST IS, that despite the persistence of Ambasador Adlai ... to placate the reds . . . another view is being taken by Harland Cleveland, assistant secretary of state for international affairs; who believes that not only should we keep after the matter against the Russians, but we should take a • second, hard look : at some of the assessments levied against us—. and maybe- do some 'withholding' of our own! This sounds sensible. In words of one syllable; what's sauce for the goose —is also good for the gander." WE WILL ALL wait the openings gong of the next assembly— December 1 ... to find out how the NEW KREMLIN GANG . . . and.Ambasador Stevenson . . . who winces at the thought of pressure 'stack up' with the RISING PRESSURE of the State Department. WE SHALL ALL SEE how effective this gr ^eat debating society stacks up ... in the next session ... a society that cannot collect it 's dues and assessments . . . and faced with a $134 I million ;. dollar defecit calmly | [•presents a 1965 budget amount­ ingto"$104 million dollars!WE KNOW WE'RE worth saving—we don't know about the U.N. . . . who is to save us! YES—WHO ELSE? TODAY'S TIDBIT MAN IS NOT rewarded for having brains—just for using them! TELEVISION PROGRAM WISH (Channel 8) Monday, November 16, 1964 4:00 Secret Storm Jack Benny Early Show News-Crorikite News-Hickox To Tell the Truth I've Got a Secret Andy Grififth Lucy Show Many Happy Returns Slattery's People News-Hickox Sports-Late Show Late Show Tuesday, November 17 ,1964 7:30 Chapel Door Town & Country Capt.^ Kangaroo Coffee Cup Theater Sounding Board 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 8:00 "8:30 9:00 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 3:00 Another World 3:30 You Don't Say (c) 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:15 6:30 7:30 WFBM (Channel 6) Monday, November 16, 1964 4:00 Match Game 4:30 Bernie Herman Presents 6:00 Bernie Herman Presents 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley 7:00 News-Caldwell 7:30 90 Bristol Court 9:00 Andy Williams (c) 10:00 Alfred Hitchcock 11:00 News-Caldwell 11:15 Weather-Sports 11:30 Tonight (c) 12:00 Tonight (c) Tuesday, November 17, 1964 7:30 Today 9:00 Movie Party (c) 10:30 mat's This Song (c) 11:00 Concentration 11:30 Jeopardy (c) 12:00 Say When (c) 12:30. Easy Money 1:30 Let's Make a Deal (c) 2:00 Loretta Young 2:30 The Doctors WLW-1 (Channel 13) Monday, November 16, 1964 4:00 Traiimaster Bill Jackson Rifleman News-Atkins News-Cochran Cheyenne Voyage to Bottom of the Sea 8:30 No Time for Sergeants 9:00 Wendy and Me 9:30 Bing "Crosby 10:00 Ben Casey 11:00 News-Weather-Spts. . 11:15 Weather-Sports 12:00 77 Sunset Strip 11:30 77 Sunset Strip Tuesday, November 17, 1964 '7:30 Geo. WUleford 7:45 Casper & Co. 8:00 Jack LeLanne 8:30 Kindergarten College 9:15 King and Odie 9:30 Don Melvoin Show 11:00 Paul Dixon (c) 11:30 Missing Links 12:00 50-50 Club (c) 1:30 Tenn. Ernie Ford 2:00 • Price Is Right 2:30 Day in Court 3:00 General Hospital 3:30 Young Marrieds WTTV (Channel 4) Monday, ovember 16, 1964 4:00 Mickey Mouse Club Superman Popeye and Janie Huckleberry Hound Leave it to Beaver Man of the World Special Lloyd Thaxton News-Ungersma 10 O'clock Movie 10 O'clock Movie Les Crane Les Crane Tuesday, November 17, 1964 10:30 Spanish Course Topic Billie Boucher Lunchtlme Theater Girl Talk Milady's Matinee Milady's Matinee Lone - Ranger 4:30 5:45 6:00 6:30 7:00 8:00 9:00 9:45 10:00 11:00 11:30 12:00 11:00 11:30 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 3:30 Television In Review STRIKE DISCUSSED TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (UPI)— Federal mediators are scheduled to meet Thursday with officials of the Tribune-Star Publishing Co. and union representatives in an effort to reopen negotiations in,the city's newspaper strike. The walkout *began Oct. 22 when membeers of Local 76 of the International Typographical Union struck in a' contract dispute. Three other unions joined the walkout, suspending publication of the city's morning and afternoon newspapers with a combined circulation of almost 60,000. The two-year contract between the company and the ITU expired last May. Until Oct. 22 about 130 printers worked on a day-to-day basis while' negotiations continued. A company official said negotiations are "deadlocked." He said the publishing firm offered a new two-year contract which was rejected. "They want more money," he added. HOSPITALIZED LONDON (UPI) — Viscount Montgomery, f or m e r"' Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, was -admitted to Kind Edward VHI hospital for officers today for "investigations," a hospital spokesman announced. Montgomery, the, hero of the Battle of El Alamein, will be 77 Tuesday. t BY RICK DUBROW United Press International HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — ABC- TV's new, late-hour Les Crane show begins its second week tonight, and despite the doubts and panic that naturally swirl around such a major entry, it is only a few key steps from real potency. Ulcers nowadays in television stem chiefly from the-fact that- new series generally are not given as much time to succeed as they used to be, when costs were cheaper. And this - type of program needs time to shake down. If Jack Paar, who is now video's best showman, had been judged too hastily in his early days on the "Tonight" program, it is possible he might not have caught on the way he later did. But the right people bad the sense — or the lucky guessing ability — to see his potential. Likewise, what is needed primarily now is the simple cool- headedness to that. Crane and his show. also have great potential, and to merely tighten up the loose ends which make the big difference. ABC is naturally thinking mostly of the lovely advertising income. But in terms of television viewing, it is also a fact that the very notion of a show like Crane's — which is mostly talk, controversy and location- filmed' entertainment realism— is, in concept, more important to the medium than anyone in it, or connected with it, and should be given the most sensitive, exacting treatment, by people of taste and authority. Too many cooks will spoil it. A new producer has already been named. Above all, the - pacing and editing need to be tightened and made swifter. The fact that the Crane show does not .'rely, on variety-type entertainment as its change of pace: means that the editing, the alternation of camera shots, the location sequences and the ability ofVthe producer and director to' know how to get the most out of a discussion- -must assume.-'this function. The shrewdenessVof Paar is in his know-how at keeping an audience always on the .edge, frustrating a' viewer's desire to switch to another channel, and always leaving the watcher hungry for more. Furthermore, Crane, who has good command, presence and star quality if handled properly, must remember not to be overly impressed with big-riame guests while laying in to lesser personalities. It is his show, his stock in. trade is himself — an image of good-natured contro-i versjij '• not of a very learned level—.and he should not fear to be sensibly tough with all commers. Otherwise he is nothing. As himself, Crane will make enemies, but he will at least have a definitive audience and image, and be his own man. Kemp Methodist M.Y.F. paper drive, Saturday beginning 10:00 a.m. Anyone wishing to contribute call OS 5-4677. C-37 AMBULANCE SERVICE. anytime Day or Night Our Two;Ambulances Are Fully Equipped With Oxygen IJoung. -'Yjickois |msfr FUNERAL HOME \Wm*m. J*fferson > I; OS 5-4780 The Channel Swim: Juana Castro, sister and political foe of Fidel Castro, appears on NBC-TV's "Meet The Press" this Sunday. . . Churchill at 90. An appreciation by Richard Burton" is the half-hour presentation ofv "ABC Scope" Nov. 25 .. .Burton, whose acting has been admired by Sir Winston, was the voice of the statesman in the television series "The Valiant Years." FIND MINER'S BODY VIENNA (UPI) —Search teams found the body of a Czech miner trapped by a rock- fall in a coal mine in northern Moravia. The Czech news agency CTK reported there was no hope -for the other three.miners trapped underground. CANCELS FLIGHT PLANS TOKYO (UPI) —AFL-iCIO President George Meany cancelled plans to return to the TJnited States today on Japan Air Lines because of tlie airline strike and flew instead io\Bonolulu on another airline. •/'Meany never crosses picket lines, nor "flies' on "airlines, involved in a strike," a spokesman said'.-' •:' AMELOT A CLASSIC ACHIEVEMENT IN HOLLYWOOD By VERNON SCOTT UPI Hollywood Correspondent HOLLYWOOD (UPI), — Those screams you hear are the anguished cries of the dead and dying television shows, lopped off the air in infancy. Unsentimental networks ax their offspring with the sang-' froid of Ghenghis Khan on a rampage. Instead of a sword, or perhaps a guilloting, "network executives use the ratings which are just as deadly. More so, in fact, because the ratings are both judge and executioner. Slain at this early date are two half-hour situation comedy segments of "90 Bristol Court" —"Harris Against the World" and "Tom, Dick and Mary." The third segment, also a sitcom titled "Karen," has survived, at least for the time being. Winning Shows The two lopped NBC segments were done in by "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea" (ABC) and To Tell The Truth" and "I've Got a Secret" (CBS). The failure of ^Harris Against the World" is especially hard for its star Jack Klugman who moved from New York (complete with family) to appear in the series. He'll probably move back East. In New York "Mr. Broadway" is awaiting the firing squad while "The Reporter" also is marked for a march to the wall. Still another new show has been shot down,' "Mickey," a series starring Mickey Rooney that was- doomed to fail the moment ABC-TV announced the show would appear opposite "Dick Van Dyke." Rooney would have fared better against the A-bomb. Jose Loses Out Down in flames, too, goes "The Bill Dana Show." In his I second season bellhop Jose Jiminez lost out to "The' Ed Sullivan Shaw'.' which has been gobbling up its opposition for a dozen years. With the first big homicides of the -season-other video entries are trembling, waiting for announcements that are almost sure' to come.. It matters not whethef a series has merit. If it is rated out of the top 20 or 30 shows (especially. if it's a new offering) odds are that survival is out of the question.; Treading thin ice are "Many Happy Returns," "Slattery's People,," "The Cara Wisliams Show," "•Bailey's of Balboa," "Daniel Boone" and "12 O'Clock High." . Wall Street Chatter NEW YORK (UPI) —Kenneth B. Smilen and Kenneth Safian of Purcell, Graham & Co. says ••• it is likely that a broad consolidation may be coming up, out of which new market leaders may emerge. They . say that during this phase most stocks ,will probably make little progress and some, which have promided market leadership for the past few years, may turn down. However, out of this, they say, -will come new leadership for the next phase of the bull market. Lespe M. 'Pollack believes that the less than two per cent fluctuation in the popular averages over the past two months is little short of "astounhing." Pollack believes the direction of the eventual breakout from this narrow range will have great significance in determining the course of prices over the next ire By JESSE BOGUE UPI 'Financial Editor NEW YORK (UPI) — That the fortress-like building ' at.-33 Liberty Street should attract visitors from all over the" world seems, natural. What it houses has assets of more than. ?14 billion! 'It .is the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, which opened for business Monday, Nov. 16, 1914, in leased quarters at 62 Cedar Street .in downtown Manhattan, a block from where the ibank "~now stands. It had seven officers and 85 clerks. At tlie end of the first day It had assets of $105 million. As of. last Sept. 30, the bank had 4,117 . employes, counting those at Buffalo. A group of its veteran em­ ployes', including present and retired officers, gathered at the bank within the past week to review some of the "firsts" credited to the bank, to recall some features of its early- days, and to talk proudly of its growth. "Above 400 or so representatives of central bankers from few months. • Bache & Co. says that, judging from recent buying following a sell-off, its policy of buying fundamentally strong issues on weakness is also being followed by many, in the investment community. PUGGY Kenneth Ward of Hayden, Stone Inc. says that until there is more definite evidence that the averages' are unable to reach a new high traders and investors should consider interim nips as buying opportunities. : -_ — the world visit here now in the course of a year,", said Horace p.< Sanfordj .vice-r,president (foreign),'who'joined The 1 bank; in 1918,-as -a- messenger.^ Sanford said that young cen-. tral banking personnel f'rom. : foreign nations also work at the "Fed." They come here to get training for banking operations in their own nations. ^Valentine Willis, who retired in 1959 as vice president (check collection) recalled that there . were days in the years 1918* and 1919 when he would walk into the check department to be greeted by wails that "we'll never get 'em out today —we have 300,000 checks here.'!,.' Today, an average of about 2.5 million checks are processed by the bank each day, with the- help of machines which speed them • on their way at a pace unheard -of in the days when.Willis began. Co-op Battery SALE! Thru month of Nov. FREE Battery carrier with purchase of car, truck! or tractor battery during this sale at your FARM BUREAU CO-OP AMERICA'S MOST LOVE ABLE , LADDIE THIMBLE THEATRE bv ALEX RAYMOND I'LL «5HAP?E WITH H!M„. SIX FOR EACH OP USi. HAS&y MUST BE WROM6I THEY CEKTA1MLV HAVEN'T HAD ANY EFFECTON MEi BRICK BRADFORD By Claronc* Gr«w BUT HB CM AMO ffdes ~ccAui >/A AHO THERE'S NO Que5non ABOUT (Z, THIS 15 A JAIL.... BUT STIUU A ^ JAIL-t T—- BLONDIE By .Chick Yoitae I'M WRITING A NOTE •] TO MVS£tP.TO. • REMiNcr 'Me .TO PICK UR THE LAUNORV IN THE MORNING

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