The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 10, 1970 · Page 2
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Tuesday, November 10, 1970
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Page 2 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE L Tipton Daily Tribune By carrier in city. ,,.....» 45? per week BY MAIL: Tipton and adjacent Counties: 1 year $11.00 : 6 months „..:.... 6.50 3 months.... 3,50 Subscription PAID IN ADVANCE - No mail subscription accepted where carrier delivery is maintained.' Member: UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL Entered as Second Class Matter October 4, 1895 at the Post Office in Tipton, Indiana, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1897. SECOND-CLASS POSTAGE PAID IN TIPTON, IND. PUBLISHED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY BY TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, INC. 221-221? E. Jefferson Street Tipton, Indiana 46072 Phone 675-2115 wn J With tL 3rd Cfaci une OF BEANS AND WARS TELEVISION SCHEDULE R.D. Man'ey Now BOSTON is famous for BEANS, this we know, also for the 1 BOSTON TEA PARTY and a few other unmentionables, and now we note that the State of Massachusetts, after electing Teddy... has decided that the Supreme Court does not have enough on its hands. . .and would like for the august body to decide on whether the Viet Nam War is LEGAL or ILLEGAL. It would seem to a commoner, not blessed by the tact that we were born in the Tea Party .colony, just a plain Hoosier, that Boston has enough trouble, illegal and legal, to keep them busy, without bringing up the matter of any legality that might come to mind. If - they, are OUT of things to do in Boston and the great state of Massachusetts, we might humbly suggest that theyplan another ' TEA .PARTY. . .or find another Curley to liven things up a bit in the political arena. We are naturally glad to see that the high court turned her down. . .maybe the conservative bug has bitten a few of the high court, at long last. However, we also note that Justice Douglas is among the dissenters, so- that's about PAR for the course 1 The answer was short and to the point. . .which in itself is indeed refreshing. "To find some ruling, without a WHEREAS . . .is indeed a pleasure to the layman, not blessed with the savvy the law profession includes. • We note that "JUSTICE DOUGLAS inferred that the court should not have deferred to the WJiite House.. .but should have j carried out its duty to interpet the Constitution. It's men like Justice Douglas that have shot the Constitution full of holes! Why bring up the matter at this time, when we are struggling to get the war over? Why not before, in other administrations? Mr. Douglas and his ilk, should be 'put out to pasture'; he's not only TOO LIBERAL, he's for giving ALL, just so none of it belongs to him! The court was right. Despite all, the inquiry would add more tinder to the already well stocked ammo of the REDS, would indicate that the administration could not be trusted.. .and keep up from following the present course of trying to end the war on the present course. Douglas even brought up the seizure of the steel mills during a strike.. .and the refusal by Congress to seat Adam Clayton Powell. There were final reversals. . .but both were in the right at the time. Mr. Douglas is about a phony as a three dollar bill regarding such a case as we have in Viet Nam, especially at this time. We wonder why it took him so long to speak up regarding the Viet War, which the present administration did not START.. .and is ; 4 trying to end. It would seem to me that perhaps Douglas wants company in the DOGHOUSE.. .he is hardly the one to BABBLING about JUSTICE, it would seem that his. own troubles would be enough. . .but then. . ;it would also seem that the committee handling same. . .is not only slow, but stopped, he does not exactly smell like a rose himself! • " ' It is our hope that one of these days, men like Mr. Douglas, in the-highest places in the land, will be either REMOVED or RETIRED. Whatever purpose he was appointed for, he's surely SNAFUED ENOUGH cases to seek, not the bench of the court... but the retirement bench! WE PRAY - O LORD! ED. NOTE: The following is a prayer suggested by the American Legion.. .on the occasion of Veteran's Day. We humbly suggest that you clip it out...and say it, OUT LOUD or SILENTLY today and any day "following. Let sympathy awaken without you, let's not forget these boys.held prisoners of war by the enemy. "LORD, shelter the prisoners of WAR in Southeast Asia. Open the hearts and minds of their.captors, that they may be restored " to their homes and loved ones. Each has carried the burden of battle. Each has discarged an obligation to his country. Each has been subjected to hazard, pain, and imprisonment beyond the lot of a soldier. • O Lord, these gallant men who bear so great a burden must not be forsaken. GOD OF JUSTICE to whom we pray. The compassion we beseech; Lift their burden, give. them strength and strike the shackles that deny them their freedom. STOLE EVERYTHING a s the kitchen sink; Police HAPPY VALLE.Y England said they completed their $1,680 (UPr- —Thieves did a thorougt haul by digging up the 15-yard job on a holiday bungalow' path and carting off the paving stealing all the furniture as stones. TRIBUNE Hall Mc- A 6:00 O (B) Dick Von Dyke O Early Report O Big Newt fQ Eyewitneu Newt G3 (B) What's New 4:30 O Daniel Boone Boone returning o prisoner to the Army, proves the man innocent. O NBC Newt O Big Newt (Cont'd) 0 ABC Newt ED (B) Misterogert 7:00 O Daniel Boone (Cont'd) O Early Report O CBS Newt 0 Beat the Clock fQ (B) Big Red Football Saturday's gome at Iowa. 7:30 Q Petticoat Junction The Shady Rest Hotel becomes o diet farm. Q Don Knottt Don's guests ore Bill Cosby ond Florence Henderson. O Beverly Hillbillies Gronny tokes o sleeping potion ond dreams the* Ell.y May morries . o giant frog. 0 Mod Squad Pete ond the squad try to cleor O young Indian falsely accused of murdering o moo in a small desert town. fjj) IB) Football (Cont'd) 8:00 O Truth or Consequence* '©• Don 'Knottt (Cont'd) O Green Acre* Oliver and Lisa are called upon to solve the love problems of both Eb and Arnold the Pig. 0 Med Squad (Cont'd) 0D <B) Forsyte Saga Repeot of Sunday's program.' 8:30 O What'i My Une O Julia Julia takes bowling lessons to please Steve, and Corey gets a crash course in shooting marbles. O Hee Haw Jean Shepard ond Tom T. ore guest stars. 0 Movie of the Week "Tribes" starring Darren Gavin and Earl Hollimoo. Marine drill instructor is confronted with a hippie draftee at boot camp. 03 (B) Forsyte (Cont'd) 9:00 O David Frost David's guests are .Carol Burnett, Dory Previn, Roger Miller and Burt Reynolds. O Tuesday Night Movie "The Intruders" (TV Movie), with Don Murray and Edmond O'Brien. Fear stirs frontier townsmen when they learn that they . are in the path of a lawless gang. O Hee Haw (Cont'd) 0 Movie (Cont'd) S3 The Advocates Debate of pending notional questions. 9:30 ' O Frost (Cont'd) O Movie (Cont'd) Q Te Rome With Love Grondpo Pruitt, left in charge of his granddaughters when Mike goes to Venice, keeps a strict eye . on the girls, but gets into trouble himself.. • © Movie (Cont'd) ED Advocates (Cont'd) 10:00 O Local Newt Q Movie (Cont'd). O *0 Minutes 0 Marcus Welby, M.D. . Dr. Welby treats "a scientist who fears he is dying from drugs he used when researching a tribe of Mexiccn Indians. E*) San Froncitce Mix 10:30 O Local Newt O Movie (Cont'd) O 60 Minutes (Cont'd) 0 Marcut Welby (Cont'd) SO San Froncitce (Cont'd) 11:00 O Movie Fein* "The Secret Invasiot. (1964), with Stewart Granger and Mickey Rooney. A team of criminals are recruited to spring a captive general. O Finel Report Q Local Newt 0 Eyewitaest Newt , 11:30 O (B) Movie Four (Cont'd) Q Tonight O Men Griffin 0 Dick Cavort Television In Review 1 TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 10, 1970 On The Farm Front Wed. Nov. 11 6:30 T9day .tr. Indiana Sunns* -Semester Perspective 13 7:00 (B) Panorama Today H CBS Newt 0 Safely Corner 7:30 Kartoon Karnivol Today (Cont'd) CBS Newt (Cont'd) Kindergarten Colltgt 8:00 CI Karntval (Cont'd) O Today (Cont'd) ril Captoin kengeroe 0 College (Cont'd) o o 0 o o a a o © 8:30 •O Karnivol (Cont'd) O Today (Cont'd! • O Copt. Kangaroo .'.Crnl'd) 0 (B) I Love Lucy 9:00 O <B) Topper 0 Virginia Graham Q Coffee Cup Theater "Bend of the River" (1952), with James Stewcrt and Rock Hudson. 1 . A wogon train guide returns to Portland seeking cattle and provisions for settlers and ends up having to steol them. 0 Paul Dixon Show 9:30 O Jack LaLanne . O Graham (Cont'd) O Thcoter (Cont'd) 0 Paul Dixon (Cont'd) 10:00 O Lucy Show Q Dinah's" Place O Theater (Cont'd) 0 Poul Dixon (Cont'd) .10:30 O Movie Game O Concentration O Beverly Hillbillies 0 That Girl 11:00 O Girl Talk O Century Sate Q Family Affair - 0 Bewitched 11:30 O Newt O Hollywood Squares O Love of Life . 0 Eyewitnett News 12:00 O Chuckwagon Theater O Jeopardy O Where the Heart Is 0 50.50 Club 12:30 CI Chuckwegen (Cont'd) O Jim Gerard O Search for Tomorrow 0 50-50 Club (Cont'd) 1:00 CI Hollywood Movie . "Birds Do It" (1966), with Soupy Soles and Tab Hunter. A jonitor gets into, an off-limits room at Cape Kennedy and becomes ionized, making him able to fly. Q Jim Gerard (Cont'd) O Lecol News 0 50-50 Club (Cont'd) 1:30 O Movie (Cont'd) O Words end Music , O As World Turns 0 Make A Deal 2:00 O Movie (Cont'd) O Days ef Our Lives O Many Splendored Thing 0 Newlywed Gome 2:30 O Movie (Cont'd) ; O The Doctors O The Guiding Light 0 Doting Game 3:00 O Gourmet O Another World O Secret Storm 0 General Hospital 3:30 O (B) Dennis the Menace Q Bright Premise O Edge ef Night 0 One Life te Live 4:00 O Popeye and Janie O Another World O Gomer Pyle 0 Dark Shadows 4:30 O Popeye (Cont'd) O Mike Douglas O <B> Early Shaw "Thot Kind of Woman" (1959), with Sophia- Loren ond Tab Hunter. Paratrooper meets a girl with a post, but foils in love with her anyway. 0 Big Valley G3 Sesame Street 5:00 CI Flinrtronet O Mike Dauglat (Cont'd) O <B) Early Show- (Cont'd) © Volley (Cont'd) 23 Sesame (Cont'd) 5:30 O (B) Addemt Family O Mike Douglot (Cont'd) O Early Show (Cont'd) © Dragnet 3D <B) Mitterogert GUILTY AS CHARGED . NEW CASTLE, Australia (UPI) — Laborer Vincent Renshaw pleaded guilty today to assaulting a fellow worker for working as hard as thrfee or four men. .The court was told Renshaw saw John Ozdovy loading two bags of wheat at a time on a truck instead of one and after exchanging words "Renshaw punched. Ozdovy a number of times about the head and body," police said. Renshaw's attorney told the court his client lost his temper because Ozdovy was doing work normally done by three or four men. SMORGASBORD Sharpsvllie United Methodist Church. Friday, November 13 5 to 8 p.m. Adults $1.50. Child under 10,75C. C-34 By RICK DU BROW HOLLYWOOD (UPI)— Notes to watch televisio by: C a s u a 11 i es: "Bracken's World," NBC-TV's series about the behind-the-scenes goings-on at a movie studio, has been canceled, effective this midsea- son ... The producers of CBS- TV's "The Governor andJ.J.," a situation comedy about a governor and his daughter, .say that series also received its cancellation - notice Monday, effective midseason too. The Headliners:, Robert Young, star' of the nation's most popular television series, ABC-TV's "Marcus Welby, M.D.," told "Variety" correspondent Dave Kaufman that the network at first was reluctant to have him in the show, and that he actually tested for the role despite being in he business 40 years. CBS-TV's Ed Sullivan devots his entire' Nov. 22 program, to a tribute to composer Richard Rodgers on his 50th anniversary in show business, with guests including Herschel Bernardi, Shirley Jones and the lennon Sisters ... Same network's new, stumbling Andry Griffith series, "The Headmaster," about a school principal dealing with contemporary problems, is reported being revamped so the star will return to something" . closer to the format of his old. No. 1-rated situation comedy. Petula Clark has • an hour variety special on ABC-TV Dec. 9, and her guests include Peggy Lee, Dean Martin and David Frost ... Flip Wilson's Dec. 10 NBC-TV outing features Lena Home and Tony Randall ... Pearl Bailey's one-hour weekly ABC-TV variety series, scheduled for a January premiere, has gone into production ... Wednesday night's "Kraft Music Hall" on NBC-TV headlines -impressionists David Frye, •Frank Gorshin, Edie Adams, George Kirby and Rich Little. The 45th birthday of the late Robert Kennedy will be marked by the "Today" series Nov. 20 with an intervie of his widow ... An NBC-TV . Thanksgiving Day special Nov. 26, from historic Ford's Theatre in , Washingto, D.C;, will offer American music ranging from folk tunes to pop hits, with James Stewart as narrator and Andy Williams as host... Other performers on the prime time hour, "Festival at Ford's," will be Henry Mancini, Pearl Bailey, Dionne. Warwick, Bobbie Gentry, Ernie Ford and The Supremes. The Programs: Radiation dangers are examined in a half- hour CBS-TV documentary, "How Peaceful the Peaceful Atom?," next Tuesday ... "It Couldn't Be Done," NBC-TV's hour orchid to such American achievements as the Panama Canal and Golden Gate Bridge, will be repeated Feb. 9 ... A look at illegal picking and processing of marijuana as it gorws wild in Kansas is offered on CBS-TV's "60. Oinutes" tonight. 1 By riERNARD BRENNER UPI Farm Editor WASHINGTON (UPI)— Nixon administration budget officials may junk a long-time conservation program unless farmers turn up the political heat with a massive campaign of letters to Congress and, the President, a farm industry official warns. "If ^you and your neighbors believe in democracy you can save the Agricultural Conservation Program if you will contact each member of Congress," said Robert M. Koch, president of the National Limestone Institute, in a widely distributed letter recently. - "In addition, I would hope each county . .. would organize a, drive to get at least 100 farmers to express themselves. to President Nixon. If Congress and the President don't hear from you . . . between now and Jan. 1, ACP may be a thing of the past," Koch said. The ACP. offers, government cost-sharing payments to farmers who carry out approved conservation practices. Pay- Foreign News Commentary By PHIL NEWSOM UPI Foreign News Analyst Italian recognition of Red China brings to seven the number of NATO nations having diplomatic relations with the mainland regime of Mao Tse-tung and the worldwide total to 46. The Red Chinese are doing considerably better than the Communist East German regime which has embassies in the capitals of 25 nations, 13 of which are Communist. No NATO nation recognizes East Germany. Since both have had difficulty gaining entrance into the world family of nations, their case histories are worth comparison. East Germany's difficulties arose from the so-called Tallstein Doctrine under which West Germany automatically broke relations with any nation recognizing the East. It was formulated in 1955 by Walter Hallstein, then state secretary in the West German Foreign Ministry,, and first applied in 1957 against Yugoslavia. I It broke down as East Germany became an economic power. in her own right— 10th among the world's industrial nations. In May of 1969, Iraw became the first of the Arab nations to recognize East Germany and was followed by Cambodia and then by most of the other Arab nations. There was no diplomatic retaliation by West Germany.' Nationalist Chinese leader Chiang. Kai-shek uses, the Hallstein theory technique ments in 1970 were held to about $185 million, slightly below the average of recent years, although Congress had approved an outlay of $195 million. „ Top administration officials say they have not yet decided whether they will operate the program in 1971, although Congress is certain to authorize a fund of between $190 million and $195.5 million. Agriculture Secretary Clifford M. Hardin, who has been trying to convince, the White House the program should be continued, said in an interview here that no final decision is likely until after Congress has completed action on his department's budget bill for the 1971 fiscal year. That action is expected sometime after the lame - duck session opens Nov. 16. A House version of the budget bill would authorize $195.5 million for ACP, the Senate's version provides $190 million. The final bill will carry a figure somewhere in between. But observers here believe that no matter how much spending Congress authorizes, the White House Office of Management and Budget favors eliminating the program by simply refusing to spend the authorized funds. against Red China. Against the urging of the United States and other, nations, he automatically breaks . relations with any •nation recognizing the mainland regime. For Chiang as with West Germany, the question becomes one of diminishing returns, and whether finally Nationalist China might find itself in the grip of the same isolation it now attempts to impose on the Communists. £ Politically, Nationalist China long has been on the decline. Sixty-six nations recognize her but few maintain full-size embassies in Taipei. Rip Kirby ® Por John Prentice & Fred Dickenson THE FIRST JOSHUA PIPN'T WIN THIS WAY ANP NEITHER (D By Chic Young I DON'T KNOW WHY BUT I GET THE PEELING HE DOESN'T DO MUCM f; BUSINESS

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