The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 26, 1964 · Page 2
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 2

Tipton, Indiana
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Saturday, December 26, 1964
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1 FAGE2 THE 1 1PTON DAILY TRIBUNE Saturday/ Dec. 26,1964 riFrONDAIL\ TRIBUNE Srt&SCBIPTION RATES By Carrier; In'CRy, Per Week 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 the Postofflce 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 TELEVISION PROGRAM WISH-TV (Channel 8) Saturday, December 26, 1964 1:00 Linus the Lionhearted 1:30 The Jetsons 2:00 Schools •2:30 Surfsjde Sox 3:30 Saturday Theater : '5:00 Early Show -6:00 Early Show 6:30 World War 1 •7:00 News-Hickox 7:30 Jackie Gleason 8:30 Gilligan's Island 9:00 Mr. Broadway 10:00 Gunsmoke 11:00 News-Hickox 11:15 Sports—Late Show . 12:00 Late Show Sunday,, December 27, 1964 8:30 Test Tone ,9:00 Sacred Heart 9:15 Religion in the News "9:30 TV Church 100:00 Lamp Unto My Feet 10:30 Look Up and Live 11:00 Camera Three 11:30 Brushstrokes .,12:00 Ask Your Doctor 12:30 Face the Nation •''1:00 This Is Your City ""i:30 Purdue Univ. Regional Campuses " 2:00 Songs of Christmas 2:30 Witherspoon Methodist Choir 3:00 1964 "A Television Album" '5:00 Detectives 6:00 20th Century 6:30 Mr. Ed " 7:00 Lassie 7:30 My Favorite Martian 8:00 Ed Sullivan 9:00 My Living Doll •9:30 Joey Bishop • 10:00 Candid Camera 10:30 What's My Line 11:00 World at EleveH Glenn. Abbott, Reasoner 11:30 Channel 8's Late Show 1:00 Sign Off WFBM-TV (Channel 6) Saturday, December 26, 1964 1:00 Saturday Matinee . 2:00 Saturday Matinee -2:30 Walk Beside Me (c) 3:30 Sports Special 4:00 Peter Gunn Tipton County " Co-Op Elevators will close Dec. 25-26-27 OPEN Mon. # Dec. 28 CO-OP ELEVATOR TIPTON -r- KEMPTON SHARPSVILLE 4:30 Bernie Herman Presents 6:00 Bernie Herman Presents 6:45 News-Weather 7:00 Men in Crisis 7:30 Flipper (c) 8:00 Mr. Magoo (c) 8:30 Kentucky Jones 9:00 Sat. Nite at Movies (c) 10:00 Sat. Nite at Movies (c) 11:00 Sat. Nite at Movies (c) 11:00 News-Weather Spts. 11:15 Best of Hollywood 12:00 Best of Hollywood Sunday, December 27, 1964 7:30 This is the Answer 8:00 Gospel Singing Time 9:00 Forum 9:30 This Is the Life 10:00 Challenge 10:30 Faith for Today (c) 11:00 Fix on Six 12:30 Abundant Life 1:00 Insight 1:30 Junior Achievement 2:00 Profiles in Courage 3:00 Three Stooges 4:00 Championship Bowling 5:00 Wild Kingdom (c) 5:30 G. E. College Bowl (c) 6:00 Early Report 6:20 Special Report 6:30 Delco - Remy - Guide Lamp Mixed Chorus 7:00 Biography 7:30 Walt Disney (c) 8:30 Bill Dana Show 9:00 Bonanza .(c) 10:00 The Rogues 11:00 Final Report 11:10 Weather or Not 11:15 Sports Scoreboard 12:20 John Wayne Theater WLW-I-TV (Channel 13) Saturday, December 26, 1964 1:00 American aBandstand 2:00 AFL" Championship 2:15 Football 3:00 Football 4:00 Football 5:00 Wide World of Sports 6:00 Wide World of Sports 6:30 Midwestern Hayride (c) 7:30 Outer Limits 8:30 Lawrence Welk 9:30 Hollywood Palace 10:30 Car 54 11:00 News-Spencer 11:15 Weather-Sports 11:30 Jamboree (c) 12:00 Jamboree (c) •12:30 Gospel Caravan Sunday, December 27, 1964 6:44 Sign On 6:45 5 Min. to Live By 6:50 County Newsreel 7:00 Farm Front 7:30 The Christophers 8:00 Gospel Singing Caravan 9:00 Cadle Tabernacle 9:30 Continental Comment 9:30 Cost of Hope 10:00 I.S.P. 10:15 Light Time 10:30 Beany and Cecil 11:00 Bullwinkle 11:30 Discovery 12:00 Looking Around 12:30 TBA 1:00 Directions '65 1:30 Issues and Answers 2:00 Cross Exam 2:30 Amateur Hour 3:00 Trails West 3:30 Cartoons 4:00 Hollywood's Finest "Tarzan and the Ape Man" 5:30 Thriller 6:30 Sunday Report For "On the Farm Service! We'll Gomel » Out to Your Farm I 1 _ . _ il~JM THIS INCLUDES FREE LOANER TIRES While We Repair the Old Ones! C & W FIRESTONE STORE Arcadia, Ind. Phtme YU 4-2445 State Weather Well Balanced By BOYD GILL United Press International INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) —The year 1964 may go down in Indiana weather annals as the year of proof of the reliability of the law of compensation. It was a year when periods of cold were balanced by similar periods of warmth,, and weeks of drought were balanced by weeks of precipitation. As a result, it turned but to be a very normal year. After 1963 ended with the coldest December on record, January•turned out to be considerably more moderate, with temperatures averaging a couple of degrees above normal. There was a heavy snow on the 12th, and the mercury climbed into the mid-60s on a springlike 22nd day of ihe month. The winter's sub-zero days got out of its system in December, except one lone reading of 5 below on Jan. 14 at Indianapolis. February wound up a couple of degrees below normal in average temperature, but the lowest readings over most of the state were well above zero. There was a heavy snow on the 15th, and although precipitation was recorded on more than half the days of the month, the total for February was below normal. '.Rain,- Flooding March featured heavy rain and flooding • of rivers and streams early in the month. Rainfall totaled generally above 7 inches and was up around 10 to 11 inches in some areas. Temperature averages were a little above normal. This was followed by another very wet month in April, when flooding occurred again in the last half of the period. Temperature averages were above normal. May was warmer than usual, and the - law of compensation prevailed when precipitation dropped below normal to help make up for those two wet preceding months. June temeratures also were above normal for the fourth month in a row. Precipitation was moderate. Rainfall returned to normal in early July, and temperatures were a little below normal. But after July 25, there set in a real-for-sure dry spell. For 16 7:00 7:30 8:30 9:00 10:15 11:00 11:15 11:30 12:30 1:00 Hoosier Hoitenanny (c) Gordon and Sheila' MacRae Special ' 'Winterland on Ice" Broadside Sun. Nite Movies Year-End Review Eleven O'clock Final Scoreboard Cathedral of Tomorrow Cross Exam Nitecap News WTTV-TV (Channel 4) Saturday, December 26, 1964 1:00 Impact 1:30 Lessons For Living 2:00 Hour of Stars 3:00 All Star Golf 4:00 Countdown to Kickoff 4:00 Racing Special 5:30 Sports Digest 6:00 Wrestling 7:00 Battle 'Line 7:30 Sea Hunt 8:00 Holiday Movie 9:00 Holiday Movie 10:09 Nightmare Theater 11:00 Nightmare Theater 12:00 Nightmare Theater Sunday, December 27, 1964 12:00 Oral Roberts 12:30 NFO Presents 1:00 Forum 1:15 Dan Smoot 1:30 Baptists 2:00 Movie 4:00 The Big Western 6:00 Stoney Burke 7:00 Movie 9:00 Naked City days in a row, there was no measurable amount of rain at most places. The drought continued through August • with less than three- fourths of an inch of moisture recorded over many areas and temperatures once again a little below normal. The .68 of an inch precipitation at Indianapolis was the smallest for an August since 1897 and the fifth lowest total in history. September again was dry with scarcely an inch' of rain. Temperature averages were considerably above normal, yet despite this on the 14th of the month a low in the 30s was the coldest reading at some stations ever reported so early in the season. Drought Costly By October, the. dry weather was so severe it had cost Hoo- fourths of an inch of rain was dollars in losses from earlier crop prospects, chiefly corn and soybeans. Again, only three- fourth sof an inch of rain was recorded in the central area of the state. And again, temperatures averaged above normal. From the 18th of October to the 14th of November, there wasn't enough rain to measure for 27 consecutive days. Then, on Nov. 15, more than two inches fell in the central area which needed it the most, and the drought was broken, only a few days after Governor Welsh had declared a fire danger emergency and banned outdoor fires of any kind. The law of compensation prevailed again, for on 20 of the next 25 days stretching into mid-December either rain or snow fell. Below, normal temperatures prevailed, and the year was near an end with temperatures for the entire year of 1964 averaging about as close to normal as you can get. The normal for the year is 52.6 degrees at Indianapolis. As of mid-December, that was precisely the average recorded. NAMES STAFF INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)-Atty. Gen.-elect John J. Dillon today named three of his top staff members who will serve with him after he succeeds Atty. Gen. Edwin K. Steers Jan. 11. Charles S. White, Indianapolis, now assistant U.S. attorney for the Indianapolis • district, - is to be chief counsel. J. Patrick Endsley, Indianapolis, former national committeeman of the Young Democrats of Indiana and now a member of a local law firm, was named chief "deputy attorney general. Theodore D. Wilson, Indian­ apolis, now a hearing judge in the Indiana Department of Revenue j will be assistant attorney general. , STOPS HOLDUP -PITTSBURGH (UPI) —Bus driver William F; Winschell thwarted a would-be holdupman Wednesday with a lecture.. "Look buddy," Winschell ^t'old tl|e. gunman, "it'^s^not going'to be - worth it.-".You*cah 'get five to 10 years.for taking the clu- ple «f- bucks- fhaye." II fb& man -apparently -agreed and walked away. . BLONDIE 'Sy Chick TOM* ALMANAC By United Press International Today is Saturday, Dec. 26, the 36lst day of 1964 with five to follow. The moon is approaching its new phase. The morning stars are Venus and Mars. The evening stars are Jupiter and Saturn. On this day in history: In 1776, George Washington's army captured 1,000 Hessians fighting for the British in the battle of Trenton. In 1865, the first patent for a coffee percolator was awarded to James Nason of Franklin, Mass. , In 1917, the federal government took over the operation Df all U.S. railroads for the duration of .World War I. In 1941, for the first time, a British prime minister addressed a joint session of Congress. Winston Churchill discussed the war in Europe. A thought for the day —Former Communist leader Joseph Stalin said: "History shows that there are no invincible armies." BANK "SLIP" UP LOS ANGELES (UPI)—Police are holding James Laniu's Owens, 47, for the $1,235 robbery of the Wilmington branch of the Bank of America. It seems the man who robbed the bank Wednesday left behind a withdrawal slip. It carried Owens' name and address. HIT-AND-RUN MELUN, France (UPI)—Police here are searching for a novel hit-run accident suspect— a pedestrian. He ran away after colliding with a motorcyclist, who fell off his cycle and was admitted to hospital for treatment. 2 CARS INSTANTLY AVAILABLE OSborne 5-2425 PUGGY BRICK BRADFORD By Ciaranc* Giro* THIMBLE THEATRE bv ALEX RAYMOND KMONEY^ LOTS OP AtoMEY/. DON'T FOTHER ME WITH , vtouR CHILDISH PROBLEM^.' HAVE WORK TO DO.' Y HE WON'T EVEN TELL ME J WHAT HE WANT'S IT | [FOR*.. HE'LL :iJLK3' HAVE = TO GET IT PROM ~ SOMEONE EL<SE.' m — H i

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