The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 16, 1964 · Page 5
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/ ( Wednesdov,Dec.1S,1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE * -J PAGE 5 8 y I. isio^ri HOI3Ly|lf<}ggflJM)^-"SlfflJed blood," tam fiesb, spruce »and Chrisimas *atPcame at ttte'same time,"'SBid the Key. fun Rev-' ell, a. ; World/-.War" II• sergeant.• "To this day I hate'. Christmas trees- Just..the smell of.*-• little spruce > or i ^rine pitch ; brings bacWa^Itb^se 'ffl^nblfjes.'' r ' rThe Vta^nf^fies, he' spoke"* were .'rietfiorW: of World Wain 's ,epic' "Battle 'of the Bu\fe» —randy* as hev spoke.-. Tuesday night, standing in the European field he remembered from -' 20 years before; NBC-TV's pne- hour documentary -about ;the battle reached a' peak infa ^'unp —r —, . . L —.i ... •.. UNIVERSAL] "Starlet" . :i HAT BOX STYLE . HAIR DRYER v Quick- *nd J Quiet Way .J; To Dry H*ir Beautifafljrl Petite-size hat box style hair dryer. .Travel case looks like fine-grain leather in popular hone'<rf; .. black. Two temperatures and . extra large hood dry hair - " --^quickly and quietly. . •• ffail polish dryer. No UH ISM 0 Manufacturer's List SIS $11.88 4 spokencomment on the ravages of the conflict - --. .'She < impressive. documentary, produced, written and directed by'Frank DeiFelrtta, was presented on the 20th anmversary of the start of the battle on the Ardennes front in Belgium. It told again of tile fierce German offensive that was finally beaten back at a cost of 77,000 A.m ejr i o a n casualties. And, something like the story of X>- Dajr in /!The Longest Day," it did l dU telling through the eyes and memories of those who participated.— by taking some of these participants back to the scenes, >and by using battle clips as counterpoint. So skillful was the program that even the .modern shots seemed unwillingly dated, like a Jason Robards portrayal. Those seen'and heard, in addition to the'GIs, included Gen. Anthony C. McAuliffe, who' issued the famous "nuts" reply to a German surrender ultimatum,*'and Baron Hasso von JfanteufeL - who commanded the (Fifth Panzer army. And for those viewers who remember listening to the radio avidly 20 years ago for news of the battle, there were broadcasts out of the past -by Jf.. V. Kaltenborn. Lowell Thomas; Merrill Mueller, Richard Harkness and Mor- 1 gan Beatty. •. . 1 One of the soldiers who was CARNEY'S DRUG STORE l9D00tDl3E]@ THRILLS! DANGER! SUSPENSE! resuTO JOItfffi NOW ' SHOWING jui/tiiniiiui OPENS THURSDA DEC. 17TH - 8:15 P.M.% RESERVED SEATS kW • AT BOX-OFFICE OR BY MAIL PERFORMANCES AND PRICES - HATS.WO .-SAT. .2 «PJt J1 .50 JUS SUNDAYiHOgoAYS .rWP .M. JIM (US EVES.SUri; . . . .1»>.M. JUO JUS M0r1.ThniTHU«S..,.«J5P.M. JUS HH.SAT.H0UDAYS .1 :1SFJ«. JIM JIM um iituu mi on.- BEN HECHTJULIAH HALEVY-JAUES EDWARD GRANT ' - PffilP YORDAH-WCrrlOlAS RAY- HICHAEL WASZYNSKI '< Enclose Check or M.O. Fleas* inclose starniSd^elf-irJdressed envelope. seen and heard Tuesday night was s Sgt. Kenneth Ahrens, who pretended to be dead ,and escaped when 86 captured Americans—from Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Virginia and Ohio—were massacred at Malmedy. And when, -at a memorial -for the men, be noticed that one of the names was spelled incorrectly,, this little moment, alongside the terrible slaughter, was absolutely shattering. The Channel Swim: Van Johnson hosts ABC-TV's "Hollywood Palace" Dec.. 26, and Betty Grable is a guest... The Swingle singers, an eight-voice French chorus that swings Bach to jazz rhythms, 'presents a two-hour musical program on NBC-TV's "Today" show NeW Year's morning.;. Lauren Bacall portrays identical twin sisters suspected of murder on the same network's Bob Hope Theatre Jan. 8. SEEK MOTORCYCLE LOS ANGELES (UPI) —Venice division'police today were searching for policeman K. W. Strange Vmotprcycle. " Strange •' reported'' .Tuesday that someone sawed the lock off his garage and took the vehicle. Officers later found the bike's radio ' equipment and . saddlebags in a canal. MONEY PLEA FORT COLLINS, Colo. (UPI) i— Colorado State University Vice President A. R. Chamberlain pulled out all the stops (Tuesday while pleading for more money. for new engineering equipment before a budget committee of the state* legislature. " • "The Smithsonian Institute wants us to donate'two of our old microscopes because .of their historical interest," Chamberlain told the committee. "But we couldn't let them .Jtave them—we're still using them." NEIGHBORS COLLIDE PITTSBURGH (UPI) — Edward Flaherty, 40, was * killed Tuesday in a two-car collision in nearby Monroeville, about four miles from his Murrysville i home. The driver of the other'car was his .next door neighbor, Ralph Thomas, 48. Thomas ;was treated, for minor injuries and released. ; . * ' "- ADVERTISE IN THE TRIBUNE CHRISTMAS TREES •.'' 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