The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 11, 1962 · Page 2
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•J THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE TIPTON DAILY TIUBUNL SUBSCRIPTION RATES By carrier, In City, Per Week :1 30 cent* One year, Tipto- «nd Adjacent Counties __i ;— $7.00 Published Daily Except Sunday by TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. 221-223 East Jefferson Street, Tipton, Indiana, Telephone OSbome>2115 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. fc , , . . \ ROUND TOWN and... THE CLOCK With the Tribune by R. D. Money T-V In Review Looks like Charlie has his troubles in Indianapolis. Mayor Boswell being dumped in favor of Birch Bayh.is something for the voters to ponder over. Beswell has been a pretty good mayof- . . . and before becoming mayor served his party well in the city hall under Al Feeney . . . has stature and the couraoe of his convictions. • R T MR. BAYH is quite a talker . . . makes a good appearance . . . . but is not equal to the task of being a Senator—according to most authorities on politics of which we know practically nil. (t will be interesting indeed to see what happens at the convention when Boswell attempts to gain the chairmanship against the apparently well oiled machine aligned against him. YOUR CHILDREN AND SAFETY WE HELIEVE all people will subscribe to Ihe idea lhat our ehil- divn luve a right I o grow up and become adults. S'J AKTING WITH that idea—we even know Lhat in this day and age, despite the Kreat strides in medicine, children may become inflicted «ill) physical ailments .... and our hearts go out to them. Sometimes these ailments may even re.-ult in death. Yet—there is a KILLrJK at large that creates havoc among our "small fry" . . . -even greater than that of a disease. More children are injured and killed as a result of traffic acecidents . . . than from any other cause. R T FOR INSTANCE — a child's sudden urge to run and play . . . often prompts a sudden dash into a street and sometimes into traf- . fic . . . maybe only one car—but one is enough! UNFORTUNATELY ... a motorist who is involved in such a iragedy—if it is serious .... is haunted for the rest of his or her lite. Obviously . . . no one would intentionally run down an impulsive child — yet the loll of fatalities .... as presented by the various Traffic Safety Councils is staggering. The total of fatalities in the pre-school to 14 year old group issued the other day shows 47 children in the group. This amounts to almost one third of live total of V>7> pedestrian deaths due to collisions with motor vehicles;' CHILDREN ARE CHILDREN ALTHOUGH MOST CHILDREN have been cautioned time and again . .. .. at school—by officers—by teachers . . . and even by their own parents—to watch—jput when they are playing, and especially crossing a street, "child-like" they forget this warning in a moment's distraction. They may run across the street to retrieve a ball—or to see a buddy—or even to take a short cot running an errand for mom. R. T THE spring of the year finds them "loosed" for the first ..time . . . and 'raring to go. Then, we, as responsible adults must shoulder a responsibility—that of talking with that child . . . and getting he or she ready for the play season •outdoors. IT ALSO MEANS that each motorist should shoulder an extra responsibility . . . arid keep those children—SAFE FROM HARM! PLEASE TALK TO THEM PLEASE TALK to your children . . . the tykes who are not on bikes . . . the older ones who are. A word of caution from you can stop the needless accidents that occur . . . and even save a life! Make it your responsibility . . . not the responsibility of a person at the wheel of a car. AFTER TALKING with the city officials we suggested that a member of the local force call at each school—with permission of the Superintendent and Principals—and talk to the children about safety. BUT—it cannot stop there—it begins in the home! Come on MOM and POP . . . you join the CRUSADE for SAFETY — join "Operation Lifeline" . . . child pedestrian and bike safety) RED CROSS TELECOURSE A STANDARD Red Cross first aid course will t>e carried on T-V beginning Saturday, May 26, at 12:30 p.m. -E.S.T. .over .WFBM. channel 6. It will be a half hour course, according to the publicity ami should prove worthwhile to those "who have, never had the opportunity to avail themselves of the chance to learn. They will con tinue for eight consecutive Saturdays. WISE GUY STUDENT: "Long hair makes a guy look intelligent." ANOTHER: "Huh! I saw a wife of some guy pull one off his coat once—and he sure looked foolish! T-V PROGRAMS WISH-TV 'Channel S) Friday, May 11. 1962 4:00 Brighter Day 4:15 Secret Storm 4:30 Early Show 6:00 Life of Riley 6:30 Whirlybirds 7:00 News; Wthr. 7:15 Walter Croakite 7:30 Rawhide 8:30 Route e6 9:30 Father of the Bride 10:00 ' Twilight Zone 10:30 Eyewitness 11:00 News; Wthr. 11:15 Late Show Saturday, M,ay 12, 1962 8:00 Indiana Farmer 8:30 Indpls. Pub. Schools 9:00 Capt. Kangaroo 10:00 Video Village (Jr.) 10:30 Mighty Mouse 11:00 Magic Land 11:30 Roy Rogers 12:00 Rhythm Carnival 1:15 Baseball WFBM-TV (Channel () Friday, May 11, 1962 :00 Make Room for Daddy :30 All Hands on Deck :00 Francis Farmer Film :30 Trackside 45 NBC News :00 News 15 Wthr.; Headlines :30 International Showtime 30 Yoes Montand (c) (s) ;30 Dinah Shore (e) 30 Chet Huntley :00 News :15 Weather-Sports :30 Tonight (c) 2961 '11 * e W 'Aepjnies :45 Cartoon Carnival :00 Three Stooges 30 Deputy Dawg :00 Shari Lewis (e) :30 K. Leonardo (c) :00 Cowboy Theater' :00 Life of Jesus :00 aseball • WLW-T- r TV (Channel 13) Friday, May 11, 1962 4:00 American Bandstand 5:00 Casper the Ghost 5:30 .Golf Tip of Day 5 :45 Funny World 6 :00 News v 6 :15 Wthr.; Sports 6:30 Yogi Bear 7 :00 Bipcord 7:30 Margie 8 :00 The Hathaways 8:30 Flintstones 9 :00 Medicine of '60s 10 :00 Target: Corrupters 11:00 News; Wthr. 11 :30 M-Squad Saturday, May 12, 1962 8:15 News; Wthr. 8:30 Almanac 9 :00 Life Line 9:15 Light Time 9:30 Man the Maker 10:00 Talk aBck 10:30 Davey-Goliath 11 :00 Looking Around 11:30 Farm Front 12:00 Bugs Bunny 12:30 Prof. Will E. Good 1:00 Looking Around 1:30 All-Star Golf (c) 2:30 Action • . (WTTV-TV (Channel 4) Friday, May 11, 1962 4:00 DickTracy 4:30 popeye 5:45 Rocky and Friends 6:00 Ruffles Party HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — CBS- TV, which recently presented a controversial drama about abortion on "The Defenders," Thursday night examined tht equally explosive fourth control issue. But whereas "The Defenders" was an openly one-sided, sugarcoated plea for relaxation' of abortion laws, Thursday night's "CBS Reports" aimed at a much more balanced, compassionate approach for all sides. •It did not he.dge in its frank presentation of the difference between Catholic and non - Catholic advocates. And it circled in on two focal points of the controversy: Chicago, where some persons charge there is a ban .on birth control services in public hospitals and clinics; and New Haven, Conn., where a clinic of the Planned Parenthood Federation, opened to test the constitutionality of the state law agains birth •control, was closed. Most, if not ali, of the women interviewed concerning - Chicago's Cook County Hospital, said they got no birth control information there. Said one: "They give you the runaround." The Rev. Edgar Chandler, of the Church Federation of Great er Chicago, contended a "de facto" ban exists. But Dr. Karl A. Meyer, medical director of Coog County Hospital, said it does not, adding, however, that the dissemination of such information would Rummage Sale. Open 1:00 Friday. Open 8:30 on Saturday. Bitz Theatre. Christian Builders Class, Hobbs. C-189 Letter To The Editor Tipton, Indiana May 7, 1962 Dear Editor, My topic for discussion is about stray dogs. Do the children in our town and surrounding area have proper protection? Personally, I don't <think so. How do we know when one of these stray dogs might be rabid? Do we know when one of these dogs might attack an innocent child or perhaps an elderly person? Have any of you seen a person who has been bitten by a dog? It is not a pleasant sight by any means. Perhaps this person could lose their eye sight, or even lose the use of the body by nerve damage; Do you know the pain a person feels, when they receive the shots that are required, when bitten by a rabid dog? Ask your personal physician, he will tell you. Do you know the emotional stress the entire family feels when such a tragic accident happens? I am positive that no one in our community would want such an incident to happen to anyone. Rabid dogs not only bite people, they also may attack a family pet, or live stock on a farm. Therefore they pass the rabies on to other animals. . I know that dogs running loose at the moment might not be rabid, but there is always a chance. Would the citizens of Tipton allow a pig, cow, horse or any other animal run loose? No, I'm sure they wouldn't, but stray dogs are allowed to wander where they please and few people seem to care. There are also .dogs wearing tags wandering wherever they choose to go. Should these pet -be allowed 'this much freedom? A family can get imuch pleasure from a dog and others will enjoy it also when the dogs are properly taken carcof, in the owner's yard or residence. , I have only touched on the subject, but I do feel something should be done in .the very near future to take care of the stray dogs. ; , • Perhaps there are- others who wish to express their ideas also. Let us find a way soon, so that our children will be protected when summer arrives. A TIPTON RESIDENT. 6:30 Broken Arrow 7:00 Victory at Sea 7:30 Jimmy Dean 8:00 Bowling Time 9:00 Suspicion 10:00 Variety Show 10:30 Speedway Final 11:00 Court of Last Resort 11:30 Films • from '50s Saturday, May 12, 1962 3:00 Food for Life 1 3:30 Lessons for Living ROAD OILING Those families in Tipton County wishing, to have their road oiled in front of their home contact Tipton County Highway Dept. Oiling will begin approximately 1 week. OS 5-45ffiF occupy much of the staff's time. Samuel L. Andelman, Chicago health commissioner, -maintained there, was no ban in board of health clinics. But he added that since his organization was tax- supported, he did not feel it had the right to advocate birth control. One Catholic, however — Dr. John Rock, of the Harvard Medical School and a pioneer of oral contraception —' said religious opposition to certain forms of -birth control was an "imagined threat." But other, more official Catholic spokesmen appeared o disagree. Both sides of the Connecticut issue also were presented; And old- time birth control advocate Margaret Sanger had her say too. One of the pointed disputes -of the evening involved how bo t h pro and anti-birth control advocates felt the use of taxed funds at public hospitals and clinics aided their arguments. Each side feels that since it is contributing taxes, it. shouldn't play second fiddle. It was difficult not to compare the methods of "The Defenders" and "CBS Reports." The makers of "The Defenders" loaded their argument in a practical political approach to sell their views on a mass level. ' : • "CBS Reports," on the other hand, was not out to sell a viewpoint blatantly. CBS can only be commended heartily for standing iby this magnificent show despite the fact that it cannot be doing too well in the ratings against "The. Untouchables" and "S i n g Along ,With Mitch." ' Shows like "CBS 'Reports" become more important as television entertainment becomes more cowardly and cold-bloodedly commercial. Satirists like Bob Newhart and Steve Allen have been dropped. by networks. And just the other day, a spokesman for a new series, "Mr. Smith Goes To Washington' — which took political potshots in the Jimmy Stewart comedy movie version — said that on television it will be totally non-committal. . ' Why? What in the world are we afraid of? The Cha'nnel Swim: iBob Newhart's cancelled NBC-TV show will be .repriced during the summer by "Play Your Hunch" ... CBS-TV, which has an exclusive contract with Arthur- Godfrey, refused to let him host NBC-TV's "Tonight" show for a week in September, to which he had agreed. A documentary about William Shakespeare will, be offered by NBC-TV next season in honor of the 400th anniversary of the bard's birth, which occurs in 1964. THE ALMANAC By United Press International Today is Friday, May 11, the 131st day of the year with 234 to follow in 1962. The moon is in its first quar : ter. The morning stars are Jupiter and Saturn. The .evening stars are Mercury and Venus. On this day in history: In 1832, the first political platform, was drawn up in Washington, D. C, to be used in the campaign to elect Henry Clay president. In 1910, Glacier National Park in Montana was created by an act of Congress. In 1934, dust storms in Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, and Colorado, blew, hundreds of thousands of tons of topsoil eastward into the Atlantic Ocean. In 1960, American financier John D. Rockefeller died at the age of 86. A thought for today: Roman philosopher Epictetus said: "Whatever you would make habitual, practice it; and if you would not make a thing habitual, do not practice it, but habituate yourself to something else." Careful Attention To Flowers —Flowers express a message of love and sympathy from one friend to another. Floral tributes at Young's are accorded attention and carefully arranged. FUNERAL HOME FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1962 and things like that. It would help retain the western flavor." "You seem to have covered all the angles," I said, "but I can't help but feel sorry for poor Marshal Dillon tbeing squeezed out of the program like that." "You forget that we operate under the free enterprise system," McCaffrey said. "Dillon can take a few correspondence courses and go into practice for himself down the street." GARAGE RELOCATED— Johnnie Barnes looks at his car, still standing unscratclied on the garage floor, and then at the garage, way 'off there in some neighbor's back yard in Champaign. III. Big wind. • On The Lighter Side By DICK WEST United Press International WASHINGTON (UPI) — I had lunch this week with Joseph McCaffrey, a television commentator, and we fell into a discussion about the new programs coming on -the air next fall. "It's going to ibe a big season for the medics," McCaffrey said. "The networks have lined up a bunch of shows to follow in the trail blazed by Ben Casey and Dr. Kildare. "A program that doesn't have a doctor on it simply won't be in the swim, of things. I'm thinking of hiring a physician to assist me on my show. "I'll comment on the news and- then let him come on and perform a tonsillectomy." ; I asked McCaffrey what effects the' spate of doctor shows would have: on established programs, such as westerns and private investigators. Faces Stiff Competition "They'll be facing stiff competition," he said. • "No question about it. Some of them will have to make adjustments to stay on the • air." "What sort of adjustments?" I asked. "Well, take' a program like 'Gunsmoke,'" he replied. "With just a slight alteration, it could be made to fit right in with the new wave. "It already has a minor character called 'Doc' The producers could subtly shift the emphasis away from Marshal Dillon and let Doc gradually take over as the hero. "The Longbranch Saloon, where most of the action takes place, could be converted into a hospital and 'Miss . Kitty/ the saloon girl, could become a nurse. The bartender; naturally, would be the - anesthesiologist." "I see," I said. "What would happen to Chester, the ..marshal's sidekick?" Might Get Monotonous , "I think if would be appropriate to have -Chester start taking medical training under Doc," McCaffrey said. "That • would give, the program a Kfldare-Gillespie relationship." 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