The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 15, 1964 · Page 2
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PAGE 2 SUBSCRIPTION BATES '• cDi'iVWjm.l: *«*>• By Carrier, In City, Per Week— . . By M»il,:One Year, Tipton and Adjacent Counties,: $8.00 ;• ' ' Member United Press Interostional News Service Entered as Second Class Matter Oct. 4, 1895 at the Postoffice in Tipton, Indian*, Under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879 35 cents 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 THE EFFECT OF the Supreme Court decision regarding the broad scope of Civil Rights accomodations section may—in the near future, bring some distressing results. It is hoped this will not occur . . . but human nature being what it is—it is sure to bring some violence. — R T — • THERE IS NO DOUBT in any person's mind that Congress had a RIGHT to pass such a law, this is beside the point. It is the manner in which pressure was brought to bear . . . and political 'hatchets' used . . . that will, in the end . ; . bring some bad reaction. THERE SHOULD BE no doubt in any person's mind that the law. was needed, however there remains doubt in the minds of many citizens that the manner in which it was brought about— was exactly due process . . . and the 'disguised' acts of violence, brought about, by certain groups, acting in a manner tab bed 'peaceful picketing' . . . was a sham! NEVERTHELESS, the Rights .law, is the law of the land, and TELEVISION HT. WISH (Channel 8 *0 j Tuesday, December 15, 1964 4 :0Q Secret Storm Jack Benny Santa Claus .' Early Show ','.',' Early Show j:;... News-Cronkite ._'. News-Hickox ' Greatest Show on Earth (c) 8:30 Red Skelton 9:30 Petticoat Junction Doctors and Nurses News-Hickox Sports-Late Show Late Show Wednesday, December 16, 1964 7:30 Chapel Door 7:45 Town & Country 8:00 Capt. aKngaroo 9:00 Coffee Cup Theater 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 12:45 Guiding Light 1:00 World at One 1:30 As the World Turns 2:00 Password 2:30 Houseparty 3:00 To Tell the Truth 3:30 Edge of Night ' THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PROGRAM 4:30 5:00 5:15 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 10:00 11:00 11:15 12:00 stands rp-sdy, with classrooms in good order, furniture in place, eleven main buildings in a horseshoe arangement, walls of IVY learning—waiting for a chance to keep on serving. 116 million dollars will buy it—unencumbered ... no mortgage or taxes, a shame that in this day and- age . . . with our money being spent for sometimes SENSELESS items . . . that this college campus cannot be put to good use OH YES—there's a lighted football field, two practice fields, a fieldhouse, six tennis courts, a ball diamond! CARTHAGE IS a name that should not be ignored—it is old— honored and respected. ANY TAKERS? SHOES FOR KIDDIES WE'RE ON THE 'last lap* of « ^ „. the . sh()es for Kiddies- cam . should be obeyed although in ; 1%4 Dfie {o ^ fact ^ bringing about 0 f the law .-. . it nn , etters t t m bringing about seems at times that rights of others have been somewhat dissipated. IF THE N. A. A. C. P. . . . together with leaders of the movement will really 'police' their own groups . . . many sad incidents will have been averted. no letters were sent out this year . . . contributions have been slow in coming in. With Monday, December 21, as the deadline ..; persons," clubs, etc., wishing to contribute should send their contributions direct' to SHOES FOR KIDDIES, C/O Tipton Postoffice. They will be lllClueilLS will iiavt ui-ti' Al^iLUJX jruatullll.t. «~ Let us all hope that peaceful picked up by Mrs. Katy Cox, compliance with the accomoda- seC retary and treasurer . . . and tion section will be without j ne funds turned over to the many incidents. And—let us fur- committee for purchase of shoes ther hope, that the section not an d other necessary articles for be taken advantage of by so nee d y children during Christ 4:30 6:00 6:30 9:30 10:00 11:00 11:15 11:30 12:00 S:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:30 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 11:00 Paul Dixon (c) 11:30 .Missing Links 12:00 50-50 Club- (c)- 1:30- Tennessee Ernie 2:00 Price Is Right 2:30 Day in Court 3:00"'General Hospital 3:30, Young Marrieds Ford C ross wo ^ffiiSliiib WTTV (Channel '4) Tuesday, December 15, 1964 4:00 Mickey Mouse Club Superman Popeye and Janle Rocky Popeye and Janle Peter flPotamus Leave it to Beaver Adventures in Paradise The Untouchables Lloyd Tbaxton News-Ungersma 10 O'clock Movie ID O'clock Movie Les Crane -r Les Crane Wednesday, December 16, 1964 10:30 Spanish Course Girl Talk Billie Boucher Lunchtime Theater Mike Douglas TVlilay's Matinee Milady's • Matinee Santa Claus 4:30 . 5:00 ' 5:30 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 2:30 3:00 3:30 ACROSS l .Shed 5. Italian * island 9. Pull 12. Nurse 13. Ireland 14. Eggs • 15. Period 16;St)ripped 18: European .river 19. Garment 20. Musical • •syllable ' 21: Urge , 24. Snare ftZ &^loman * goddess 29. Mined materials 32. Wild ox' 34.pareful '.thoughts 37. Let it stand 38. Decrease , 39. Observe 44. Bar . 57. Ore deposit 40. Employ 48.—Khayyam 58. Discord 41. Haunt 52. Single edged goddess - - • 59. Poem, 60. Cabbage 61. Location Wall Street : Chatter 'NEW YORK (UPI) — International Statistical Bureau, Inc., comments that despite the latest disappointing stock market trend, the high has not yet been seen. Any further declines, if says, should not be protracted or long. "Our continued optimism is based on fundamentals, rather than wishful thinking," the bureau says. Most securities, it syas, are not selling at abnormally high levels, although representative averages of stocks yield less than bonds. 1 A. UHWt. "* —O 43.Chemical 55.Venture' symbol 56. Pronoun WFBM (Channel 6) Tuesday, December 15, 1964 4:00 Match Game Bernie Herman Presents Bernie Herman Presents Bernie Herman Presents 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley 7:00 News-Caldwell 7:30 Mr. Novak 8:30 Man from UNCLE That Was the Week That Was (c) Battle of the Bulge News-Caldwell Weather-Sports .Tonight (c) Tonight (c) Wednesday, December 16, 1964 7:30 Today Movie Party What's This Song! (c) Concentration Jeopardy (c) Say When (c) Easy Money * Let's Make a Deal (c) Loretta Young The Doctors Another World You Don't Say (c) Answer to FUZZIB aaas nana •••• •••••••• mm amaa •••• •••• •••• ••• amm Eoaa •••• ••US DE33H called 'testing groups' . . . who seem to only 'stir up' hatred and violence. HEED A WARNING mastime. TODAY'S TIDBIT THE RICHEST SOIL—if un.- . cultivated—produces the rankest MOTORISTS OF THE AREA weeds • . ,1 i J_ .it are naturally urged to do all shopping possible in Tipton during the Christmas time. However ... take the time—or believe it THIEF SURPRISED -•7" • INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)"— where you might not Somewhere tod probably in the t.me_or believe it this dt is ^ worM , s mQst necessary .to LOCK your surpris ed thief, car, especially .f there are shop- when he opened wh>t he ing items in it . . . while shop- thou „ ht was a c hest of jewels or ping in Tipton ... don t try o(her va]uabIes he was con leaving it w,th some shoppmg fronted with rabbits wnich items inside and visible, if you change cobrj a c]ock which are shopping put of town. vanishes, a wooden bowl which „,,„J7 °^°J° first bursts into flames and OVERHEARD ROUND TOWN then turns into fl and Yesterday . . with two women other Mysterious objects which .walking down S. Main street, have little use „ t tQ . WLW-I (Channel 13) Tuesday, December 15,'1964 4:00 Trailmaster 5 :00 Bill Jackson 5:30 Rifleman 6:00 News-Atkins 6:15 News-Cochran 6:30 Cheyenne 7:30 oCmbat! 8:30 McHale's Navy 9:00 Tycoon 9:30 Peyton,Place 10:00 The Fugitive 11:00 News-Atkins 11:15 Weather-Sports 12:00 77 Sunset Strip 11:30 77 Sunset Strip Wednesday, December 16, 1964 7:30 Geo. Willeford 7:45 Casper & Co. 8:00 Jack LaLanne 8:30 Kindergarten College 9:15 King and Odie 9:36 Don Melvoin Television In Review HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — It is difficult to imagine that this television season will produce a program of more consummate beauty, or permanent worth, than Monday night's "CBS Reports" hour about cellist Pablo Casals, who will be 88 Dec. 29. Only NBC-TV's recent special about the Louvre has been a match for it. "CBS Reports" was broadcasting for the first time in its late Monday night slot, where it will'be se,en permanently in the future because of a shakeup in the network schedule following the. definitive ratings. And it was an exemplary new start for this foremost series of television. •A CBS press release had said the Casals broadcast would depict "the artistry and vitality of one of the world's great musicians." Truer it could not have,„ been. But while one expected TV Jan. 3. . .Same network's the artistry, it was the incredi-'announced special about the ble vitality — the clairly of his ~ thoughts and principles as well as' his instrument — that -sijnp- ly. overwhelmed the viewer. It was .this - clarity and vitality that producer David Oppenheim and his associates managed remarkably to capture in showing how Casals' musjqal principles and his reasons .'for self-exile from Spain stemmed from the same depths. The Spanish cellist, now a resident of Puerto Rico, left his homeland . a quarter of a century ago. To watch-Casals encouraging a student in Vermont to bring forceful life to his instrument was, like watching the teacher himself,' a thing of beauty. He emphasized how order was re- 22. Sailor 23. Matured 25.—Slaughter 26. Advertisements 27. Went back T^„r.r 28. Beverages DOWN 30. Period 1. Roman 31. Beach statesman 33. Suffix: chem. 2. In midst of 35. Roman roads 3. Identical 36. Golf term 4. To that place 42. Knob 5. Guided 43. London ?xea 6. Flower 45. Troubles 7. Prima donna- 46. False god 8. Single 47. Mother of 9. Child 1 Pollux 10. High 49. Female horse musical note 50. Operatic solo 11. Move with 51. Repose • difficulty 53. Before 17. Mountain 54. Moisture Bache & Co. writes that auto stocks could provide important leadership in a rising market once "this period of uncertain ty has run its course." Bache notes that the auto strikes ap parently have not dampened consumer interest. quired in music as in democracy. "I don't like complications," he said to interviewer Isaac iStern, the violinist. "I like what is natural. . .the first thing, a man has to have liberty." , To hear Casals play so exquisitely was to make one almost ashamed of one's own meager occupations. To hear jhim eloquently plead for.the esteemed and privileged people of the world to work for the good causes was genuinely inspiring. jAsked what he would say if he could talk to all the people in [the world, Casals replied that (he would first say, "do you like war?" — arid then, after getting the expected answer, "I would play a Bach piece for I them." Hayley are interviewed on NBC TV's "Today" program Friday .Edward G .Robinson' does a dramatic reading on ABC- TV's "Hollywood Palace' Jan. 9. The Channel Swim: Secretary |of State Dean Rusk appears in a one-hour discussion on NBC French revolution airs Jan. 26 . . .Duke_ Ellington's Japanese tour last summer is the subject |of CBS-TV's "Twentieth Ce% tury" Sunday John Mills and his daughter comparing prices, availability of ma gician merchandise in local stores . etc. The chest is tahe property of . the Rev. William Tresslar, _ I CAME TO TOWN this pastor of shiloh Me thddist morning and wanted to find church nea i- here Before Tress- some (certain) merchandise, lar entered the ministry, he hoping I would not have to go was a professional magician out of town (o buy. I have been and he stm stages hjs act occa . to two stores who handle them siona n y as an avocation.. but neither had the item." Tresslar reported to police .TT .y, . « . Sunday that the red chest was THAT S THE WAY I found taken from his ]ocked car while things in certain stores too. I making calls at a hospital on ill picked up articles that I knew par i s hi 0 ners. from ads, were available, but couldn't find others, having to visit several stores ... to find the merchandise unavailable." THIS WAS ACTUALLY HEARD . . . and although we are in the business of advertising '. . it is hard to figure some merchants who believe that people will just naturally come to town and spend a lot of time trying to (find merchandise that is not advertised.' Adver tising is the SHOWCASE, the MIRROR of the community . . . an essential part of the selling art. Those who take advantage of it prosper . . . those \yho be- Iieve'tliey are saving money—by not doing so—are only fooling themselves! Ask the ladies themselves—if you don't believe this is true. THE SITE IS THERE HOW ABOUT-STUDENTS WE WERE READING a story dealing v;lth a college campus composed of 44 acres and 37 buildings, complete with proper facilities to handle at least five hundred or more students said premises VACATED at this time—with another campus—at another site. '' TOO BAD that siich facilities capppf be used . .".and as soon as possible, if~*th4£'it.6ries we k«»^~^«thw^etrwdir)g tH" seanclty*bf RdOM-lo>^ SolUge students-r^re Icujf. .. „ ... CARTHAGE, ILLINOIS is the College^ 0*»ran f iwfHt&iaft IT IS NOT ARCHAIC, but! HOUSE FOR SALE . . GREEN STREET 7 Rooms — 1% Bath —Utility Room — One Floor — Hardwood Floors — Gas Heat — Garage, : — Patio. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT OS 5-2113 JOHN CARNEY ObituaHa* ^ LONDON (UPI)—Lord Marks of Broughton, 76, chairman of the $400 million Marks and Spencer r stores chain, died at his office Tuesday. i t,' 0.., i '..h =4 >'l -Pec.' Quirks In The Newsi" By United Press International GOOft;BLUF£r..'y/ W DENVER' itPlJ— A horded gunman came UD behind - Mrs. Shirley L. Howell^ 36, Sunday and demanded' she' turn"over her. mopejl.:. A" * • V "Oh, drop dead;" she^iold him. — 'I "I'm not fooling—gimme the money," he insisted. i' : : "I'm going to!, tell you something, buddy," she replied. "I've got my gun with me and I'm going to blow your head ofi." The startled robber turned and ran. Mrs. Howell said she had no gun. COPTER DEFROSTER GREYBULL, Wyo. (UPI) — Persons living in Powell, Cody and Lovell, Wyo., had telephone service • during the state's recent cold snap, thanks to Morris Avery of Greybull. : Avery, .a helicopter pilot, spent three days flying over the telephone lines. The prop wash from the chopper blades blew heavy frost from the lines which had disrupted service in the three communities. OCONOMOWOC, Wis. (UPI)— Funeral services were being planned today for Walter Meier, 74, one of the nation's leaders in the frozen sea food industry. ,He died Monday at Summit Hospital after a heart attack. ; POSITIVE REPORT LONDON (UPI) — The Inter national League for the Protection of Horses has a positive report for the latest full calendar year. The league said only 5,800 horses were slaughtared in Eng : land and Wales last year for human consumption, compared with 16,720 in 1957. ST. LOUIS, Mo. (UPI) — Funeral arrangements were being planned today for Harry Tenenbaum, 62, president of Signal Hill Corporation, operators of television station KTVI until its purchase by the Newhouse Broadcasting Corp. Tenenbaum died Monday of cancer. . CHASING TRAIN RENO, Nev. (UPI)—Charley Evens, 23, was -^booked on charges of drunken and reckless driving Saturday; Rafter police said they saw ;him"'driving down the railroad, tracks—Following a freight, train. ^ Send greetings d a i 1 y with a Christmas gift subscription to THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE. KENOSHA, Wis. (UPI)—Watten Taylor. 51, Kenosha parks director and noted for his work against Dutch elm disease, collapsed on the courthouse steps Tuesday and died. THE MAGIC MIRROR BEAUTY SALON WILL BE CLOSED UNTIL JANUARY 5th ATTENTION FARMERS ASK FOR FREE CATTLE FEEDER^ FEEDING GUIDE AT YOUR CO-OP ELEVATOR TD7TON _ KEMPTON SHARPSVILLE w _'lo AwtfeuH. Print tacfcxle Fafenl T*i- COME IN TODAY! SPECIALLY PRICED PIAM 014 P <*-IMPORTS' --•Compare the low prices on Iheie 'beo 'utiful dia- mondvring styles. 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