The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 10, 1964 · Page 2
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 2

Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, December 10, 1964
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T PAGE 2 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Thursday, Dec. 10,1964 TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE ; SIJBSPEIPTION feATES " •-> i"'-" ' By Carrier, In City, Per Week „i 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. Maney IT WOULD SEEM that men in politics never learr to quit while they are ahead. They seem to hold the old fashioned idea that although the fair sex has been voting for some time . . . they should not invade the ranks of the men in office . . . and fail to remember that the ladies band together in time of stress . . . and have defeated many candidates by doing so. — R T — IF THE MALE politicos were wise, they would allow the two . offices now held by women to be just that. But they are out to make the offices appointive ... and therein hangs the tale . . . and :the ladies might just . change the spelling a little . and play 'hang the tail' on the \ politicians who oppose them. • , — R T — TWO STATE OFFICES, now ibeing held by ladies, are the ' ones the politicians are to oppose; Clerk of Supreme Court and- another, Reporter of the courts. It will matter not to the fair, sex, that one is being held by a Republican, one by a Democrat, the 'powder puff brigade will be out to fight .'. . "and not with cream puffs either. — R T — IN FACT, the statement made by one sums it up rather neatly; "Politically it's downright stupid, practically it doesn't make sense either." SO YOU SEE ... you men will never learn. Appointive days are over ... so you might as 'well let the situation alone and be glad they are not after 'bigger game'. YOU'LL HEAR MORE when the legislature meets . . . and be ready to do battle. After all —where do these characters come off, if it wasn't for groom, ing by the fair sex . . . the male ego would have vanished long ago! Keep that powder dry—and potent! THE BAKER CASE IN ORDER to preserve the sanctity of the Christmas-time it is.decided to drop the Bobby Baker case until after the holidays. It would cause a rank stench to emanate from the bank of the Potomac—that's for sure! GREAT STEPS have been taken to smother the investigation . . . and one would even suspect that some of the- testimony is close to the perjured variety. IN THE NEW YEAR, the investigation should continue with vigor . . . and the chips allowed to fall where they may—no matter who is involved. That's the American Way of doing things. They have already killed he •party girls' side ... too hot to handle . . .and they may try to smother further revelations. It is up to the Senate and House as a whole, to see htat this is not done. This-is no politics we are dealing with—it is the at tempt to corrupt officials elect ed by the people—for the peo pie—and the people should know the truth! BACK LASH! THE HOOVER STORY printed by a national magazine of nationwide circulation—is begin ing to create a backlash. The President is not liking it one bit . . . and there should be something done about several national periodicals who blatent- ly print such stories . . . without the whole truth being known. It would seem that in this day and age, they figure their circulation depends on half-truths . . . and slime! THERE SEEMS TO BE A new tack now. This to find nut WHY the story was printed without checking more thoroughly . . . someone 'slipped a Mickey' to the eds. Or maybe someone had an obligation to someone else . . . and "paid off in this manner. The public is still waiting— as usual—for a more concrete explanation. It would appear that some group wished to create bad blood, between the chief executive and the greatest law enforcement officer of them all —iJ /.E^lgar Hoover. NO CLAMS FOR THE CLAMBAKE! THERE HAS BEEN endless argument over the fine print in the UN charter and who can be penalized for WHAT . . . but it makes little sense when the club is FLAT BROKE ... and a whole slew of members (besides the Russ) refuse to pay what they owe. UNLESS THE "pay up or get out" policy, which is supposed to have teeth, is instituted, there seems to be no hope—other than a raid on the U.S. Treasury) for the Tower of Babel on the East River, to get in order and resume procedure ... a procedure which seems to be more complicated as time- goes on. TIGHT FIST WE WON'T QUARREL one FOREIGN NEWS COMMENTARY By PHIL NEWSOM UPI Foreign News Analyst The new . Kremlin leadership has declared its hope for closer relations with the United States, and thus practically assured itself of the continuing enmity of Red China. This was one of the facets to emerge in Premier Alexei Kos- ygin's introduction of the Soviet budget for 1965, delivered without the bombast associated with the ousted Nikita Khrushchev but otherwise following. the Khruschev line of co - existence with the West and improvement In the lot of the Soviet consumer. The cheers which went up from the assembled delegates to the Supreme Soviet with Kos- ygin's announcement of 'a cut in military spending may also reflect the growing discontent among the Soviet masses over past emphasis on heavy industry at the expense of long-promised creature comforts for the average citizen. The chief difference in the program proposed by the new learn of party secretary Leonid Brezhnev, and Kosygin and previous Khrushchev proposals probably will be in the way it is carried out. Brezhnev and Kosygin are trained technicians of the new Soviet school and their' approach is expected to be more methodical than that of the mercurial Khrushchev whose snap decisions were said to result frequently in increased chaos. In industry, it is expected that local managers will be given a greater voice in their product, with special emphasis on quality and worker incentive. Plans to boost the efficiency of Soviet farmers already are being put into effect with increases in the size of the private plots whose produce they are permitted to sell for themselves. These plots, greatly reduced in 1955 as incompatible with communism, already produce a large percentage of Soviet dairy and poultry products and now may be expected to produce even more. bit with Preident Johnson's recent declaration of "a tight fist and an open mind'' .... as his policy. BUT IT DOES seem a little removed from the early inkle that there would be a $109 billion dollar budget for the new fiscal year. Nor is it entirely compatible with the plans for a 'Great Society', depending as it will on monies available to build it. THE PRESIDENT must now choose . . . either the high or the low road in spending. Perhaps he is even now sniffing in- llation and a growing alarm that hard-working people must produce the billions? THANKS FROM JOHN LOCAL RESIDENTS will like to know that John Ennekin'g is progressing well at Holy Cross hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah. Injured in an auto mishap . . . Jchn is receiving the best of care . . . and thanks all for the kind letters and- cards. In Review By RICK DU BROW - , United Press International ] HOLLYWOOD (UPI)—Not too many years ago, before high society ran afoul of history, it was common for phony European royalty to come fo these and exploit the rich vein of America's cultural inferiority complex. The ladies' clubs were titillated, the society pages were as colorful as the front pages, and overall it was a pretty good racket for two-bit dukes. Well, we all know that time marches on. Wednesday night, for instance, Arthur Treacher, who used to be' famous for playing English butlers in the movies, turned up as a butler on CBS-TV's "The Beverly Hiil- billes," an indication of how American culture has triumphed in the long run. But, far more important, if ever a series of events could alter a mass public impression of a nation's tone, it has been the appearances this year on televi sion of a number of motley foppish British musical groups who grunt and twang and get paid for it. The motherland will never be able to count on the American inferiority complex again. This is not to say, of course, that the British have lost their superb knack for being able to impress the notion that they are vastly important to whomever they, want to do business with for their own profit. It is a gentlemen's knack, but on U.S. video it has found shape by influencing the creation of such series as ABC-TV's "Shindig,' which has been guided by an Englishman and is awful beyond words in terms of music. In addition, a new NBC-TV series called "Hullabaloo," which will have its debut as a weekly one-hour entry Jan. 12, will present a segment on each program guided by British pop music impresario Brian Epstin. •* It may be that America will always have a rich vein to exploit, which proves that free enterprise is usually there to those who would find it, or maybe only "that there will always be a good racket for TELEVISION PROGRAM WISH-TV (Channel 8) Thursday, December 10, 1964 4:00 Secret Storm 4:30 Jack Benny 5:00 Santa Ciaus 5:15 Early Show 6:00 Early Show 6:30 News-Cronkite 7:00 .News-Hickox 7:30 The Munsters 8:00 Perry Mason 9:00 Password 9:30 Baileys of Balboa 10:00 The Defenders .11:00 News-Hickox 11:15 Sports-Late Show 12:00 Late Show Friday, December 11, 1964 7:30 Chapel Door 7:45 Tow & Country 8:00 Capt. Kangaroo 9:00 Coffee Cup Thejater 10:00 Mike Wallace News 10:30 I Love Lucy 11:00 Andy Griffith 11:30 Real McCoys 12:00 Love of Life 12:30 Search for Tomorrow FOR CHRISTMAS GIVE A FULL LENGTH DOOR MIRROR SHE WILL APPRECIATE IT TIPTON ,. LUMBER COMPANY FREE! 5 Gal. of Gas for - W ON USED CARS UP TO $1,000 UNTIL DECEMBER 31, 1964 50 Gal. of Gas FREE FOR OVER $1,000 USED CAR -- TILL DEC. 31st LATE MODELS —NEW CAR TRADE IN'S — INSIDE UNDER ROOF 1964 DODGE —C-880—4 Dr. H. Top 1964 DODGE—C-880—2 Dr. H. Top—4 Spd. 1964 CHEV.—IMP ALA—2 Dr. H.Top 1963 FORD—2 Dr. H. Top—Fast Back—4 Sp^. 1963 PLYMOUTH—Conv. 1962 DODGE—440—4 Door Sedan 1962 CORVAIR—2 Door 1961 BUICK—Conv.—All Power 1963 STUDE—S. Wagon -1961 CHEV. Conv. 19C2 TEMPEST—Conv. 1961 CHEV.—4 Dr. H. Top (2) 1962 FORD—4 Door Sd.—6 S. S. 1961 FORD—2 Door Sd.—6 S. S. • 1961 FALCON—S. Wagon 1960 OLDS—88—4 Dr. H. Top . '64 Stude ]/z Ton Pick-up '62 Dodge % Ton Pick-up '63 Infl. y z Ton Pick-up CLYDE OVERDORF MOTORS Inc. STATE ROAD 28 EAST —'^-y ML. raiPTag /ii* OS 5-7426 phony royalty. The Channel Swim: Kate Smith is a guest on Jack Paar's NBC-TV Christmas Day show... 'Same network has a SO-minute ispecial Jan. 5 tracing events leading to the decision to drop the first atom bomb on Japan two decades ago. Actress Jane Arthur' is scheduled to end a decade-old retirement by appearing in a segment of CBS-TV's "Gunsmoke" as the mother of a wanted gunman who is hiding out. Want Ads Pav 12:45 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 Guiding Light World at One As the World Turns •Password Houseparty To Tell the Truth Edge of Night WFBM (Channel 6) Thursday, December 10, 1964 4:00 Match Game 4:30 Bernie Herman presents 6:00 Bernie Herman Presents 6:30 Huntley-Brinkle7 7:00 News-Caldwell 7:30 Daniel Boone 8:30 Danny Thomas (c) 9:30 Hazel (c) 10:00 Suspense Theater (c) 11:00 News-Caldwall 11:15 Weather-Sports 11:30 Tonight (c) 12:00 Tonight (c) Friday, December ,11, 1964 7:30 Today 9:00 Movie Party • 10:00 Movie Party 10:30. What's This Song!. 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