The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 28, 1964 · Page 7
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 7

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nAILY TRIBUNE Monday,'Dec. 28, 1964 ne Thing As You Go Through 1965. EVERYDAY RTERS has trimmed prices on ever so many of your ffer you even more savings on evin more big-named t the best, the freshest, the tenderest, the tastiest... e low price way, the CARTERS way ' OM CARTERS! y ' owl In Piece Low Prices ilver Si Sliced 19c lb. LB. $|00 lb ^^Artie's Twin Pack f Potato Chips if 35 c % mges weiger 3 LB. Schafer's HAMBURGER or HOTDOG Buns^pkg. 49 o HEINZ ^w\\\\\i\\\# lb. By Pepsi-Lemon Lime CATSUP HERSHEY COCOA ALCOA ALUMINUM WRAP DEL MONTE GREEN BEANS AUNT JANES SWEET PICKLES 74 oz .i 7 lb. can 25 ft. 303 Can 76 oz. jar ROSE QUEEN Dawn Baker and trie University of Michigan footballers ride Disneyland's train in Anaheim, Calif., duruig "recess" from practice for the Rose Bowl game. War On Poverty Now Underway FOULD'S BROAD 1 M FASCIAL .TISSUE I IZvzSPkgs. 400s 24c Schafers 1 Bread Yankee Schafers LIPTON f * wmm Instant Coffee NESCAFE Philadelphia Large Size Cream Cheese 29 Ocean Spray 0 ip <* c TEA BAG TANG ORANGE DRINK KELLOGG'S CORNFLAKES LOG CABIN SYRUP MUELLERS SPAGHETTI YELLOW QUAKER CORN MEAL WAXTEX WAX PAPER BISQUICK ' DEL MONTE SEEDLESS RAISINS CARNATION INSTANT MILK 22c 57c 28c 22c 3k 22c 23c 99c 31c 23c 49c 21c 2v 2 ib. 27c 21c 40c 27c 74 qt. 95c 700s 7 oz. 72 oz. 24 oz 1 ib. 700 ft. roll 40 oz, 75 oz. By LOUIS CASSELS United Press International ! WASHINGTON (UPI) — The war on poverty is now underway in earnest and "from here on out, \ve"ll be moving ahead very rapidly," Sargent Shriver said, today. , Shriver is director of the Office of Economic Opportunity (OEO), a new federal agency which Congress established to coordinate nine programs intended to alleviate basic causes of chronic poverty. The OEO has S784 million to spend by next June 30. So far, Shriver has allocated S117 million of it to 212 different projects. He said in an interview with UPI that hundreds of additional projects are already in the mill, and all of the money provided by Congress will be committed before the end' of t h e fiscal year. Q. Is there any thruth to the published reports that President Johnson is dissatisfied with the pace of the anti-poverty program, and has been prodding you to get a move on? A. No, that is not true. The President told me personally that he is.totally satisfied with the way the program has been managed, and he has never implied anything to the contrary. Q. Do you feel the program has been slow getting underway? A. On the contrary. I've been told that no major new federal program has ever been geared up in such a short time. You must remember that it has been only 11 weeks since Congress ave us our appropriation. It would have taken sonic doing just, to put together a functioning agency in that period. But we've already got some projects underway, and will have dozens more going into action during the next few weeks. The projects already underway include setting up G2 job corps centers — three big ones near cities and 59 small ones in rural areas —.at which unemployed youths will receive basic education and vocational training to-prepare them for jobs. Shriver said he hopes to have at least 150 of the centers in operation by next summer. They will be able to enroll about 40.000 young people during the first year, and up to 100,000 a year thereafter. The rural centers are located in national parks and forests and youths enrolled in them will work on conservation projects. The urban centers are be- established at former military bases and will concentrate on equipping youths with .skills marketable in an industrial economy. Community action programs comprise a third major front of the war on poverty. Shriver said 48 such programs have been approved to date and hundreds of other applications are being processed." Many of the community action projects will be staffed in part -with volunteers recruited by VISTA, a domestic version of the Peace Corps. For example, 23 VISTA volunteers have already been assigned to migrant farm worker communities in California. They will give 'l pre-school English training to • Spanish-speaking children, and " stimulate self-help projects in migrant camps. Shriver's office is authorized to recruit up to 5,000 VISTA volunteers by June 30. More than 4,000 applications have already been received — along with 3,000 requests for VISTA personnel. Quirks (Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.) By United Press International HOLIDAY GREETINGS LOMPOC. Calif. (UPI)—Joe Cagianut was anything but happy with the holiday greeting he got from an anonymous person. Cagianut complained to police that someone scratched "Merry. Christmas and a Happy New Year" on his automobile while it was parked outside a bowling alley. HOME DAIRY qt. CONTADINA BUTTERFIELD. NOG Tomatoes ™ 17c oz NABISCO Peanut Butter 3lb . 99c Party Snacks Instant Potatoes Del Monte flCOIS 3 pck. Reg. 43c ; SPECIAL BANDIT FLEES PEAS TOCCOA, Ga. (UPI) — Two'; men showed up at Mrs. Annie Whitehead's store during the weekend, brandished pistols and" demanded her money. Mrs. Whitehead, about GO, calmly turned to a grocery shelf picked up a can of peas and threatened to throw it at the' two would - be bandits. They • fled.- DROPS FREE LIQUCR . SANTA FE, N.M. (UPI)—The. New Mexico Retail Liquor Dealers Assn. has taken a sober look at its custom of providing free liquor for New Mexico state- legislators and decided to do., away with the practice. NO LONG HOLIDAY WASHINGTON (UPI) — The nation's postal employes will get a holiday on New Year's Day, but regular mail • service will be resumed on Saturday, Jan. 2. That's the word from the Post Office Department, which allowed postal workers a three- day holiday at Christmas. They got off Christmas Day and the following Saturday and Sunday. MARINER PLOWS ON WASHINGTON (UPI) — The Mariner 4 spacecraft has traveled more than one-seventh of its journey to the planet Mars. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration? •( NA$AJ announced Sunday tbat^: the spacecraft, launched Nov. 28 from Cape Kennedy, Fla., had traveled 50 million of the 325- million-mile flight, and was operating normally. It is expected to fly by Mars next July 14. FOURTH PRISON BREAK ' EASTCHUKCH, England" (UPI)—Christopher Cowell, 46, broke out of the prison here Sunday night. It was his fourth prison escape in 13 years. BIRTHS DEFY ODDS ALNWICK, England (UPI)— Mrs. Carol Sergeant, born on Christmas Day in 1S41 to a father who was born on Christmas Day in 1912, gave birth to a seven pound son on Christmas Day 1964. A gynecologist said the odds on three generations of the same family being born on the same date must be five or i six.million to one. DRIVER HITS "GHOST" WEST HENDRED, England (UPI — Three years ago 70- year-old Ben Tomb' was killed by an automobile as he walked along the village.road here in,' an overcoat and cap. Mrs. Margaret-Prior said a few nights' ego she struck a man wearing an overcoat and cap / on the; same . road a nd when she got out of ncr car. to look—"No one was there." Villagers are say-' ing she hit the "ghost" of Ben Tomb. - • ' ' I '.

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