The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 24, 1970 · Page 2
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Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, November 24, 1970
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Page 2 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1970 Tipton Daily Tribune °By carrier in city : 45? per week BY MAIL: Tipton and adjacent Counties: ly6ar $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. SEl-EES* E. Jefferson Street Tipton, Indiana 46072 Phone 675-2115 TELEVISION SCHEDULE nun an i J ^Jlie d.[och lAJitli I fie ^Jribunc THE RESCUE ATTEMPT By RD. fAaney, THERE WILL BE much ado about the attempted rescue of prisoners of war by the commando group deep in enemy territory. . .especially by the 'stop the war at any cost group'... who believe evidently in magic wands. . .and the ability to put a stop to the war on an instant's notice. THE RAID was unsuccessful. . .hence there will be still more criticism from such men as Senator Fulbright and others, who always have an 'I told you so' attitude. THE REASON for the raid was given as "information received that some of our American prisoners were dying in the prison camps. If the raid had been successful there would probably have been no critisism at all from the Fulbrights et al. There is of course, the question of what the North Viets will do. Mr. Ziegler thinks that there will be no reprisals against the prisoners, since they had nothing to do with the raids. However, we are not dealing with an ordinary enemy, we are dealing with ARROGANT, UNPRINCIPLED LEADERS. . .and they would not hesitate to shoot some of our men, if they were in that frame of mind at the time. Let's hope they don't.. .and hope the furore in Washington will subside as soon as Mr. Fulbright has his say, which is^generally long winded and of not much help. NATURALLY, we all feel bad that the attempted rescue failed . . .but if the solons in Washington use it as a RAP at the administration they may find that the people don't agree with them. SO FAR as the bombings of portions of enemy territory are concerned. . .there must be some carried oiit in order to keep the REDS from building up for a spring offensive, and any Senator or Congressman should think a long time before he 'sound off in regard to this move! ROUND TOWN ... KIDS HUDDLED TOGETHER. . .jumping up aria down, waiting for the signal to get across the intersection and into a warmer clime at school. This is ONE TIME they welcome the INSIDE, and school. R T A FASTER PACE by those brave people who still walk to work in the mornings. Makes you feel warmer in the car whether or not the heater is giving forth enough heat at the time. R T AN ORCHID to the policeman at the scene. . .to help direct traffic. MR. CLARK SOUNDS LIKE LEARY! RAMSEY CLARK, attorney general under President Johnson, . has made what seems like an idiotic statement regarding MARIJUANA. . .especially at this time...and hardly one for a supposed to be responsible person to make.. "SOCIETY HAS FAILED to prove marijuana is harmful." Now that is a pretty broad statement for someone in his position to make. We see and hear of cases every day, where it had been not only harmful, but deadly in leading teenagers to heroin and other deadly drugs. „ HE MADE ANOTHER statement in a panel discussion, one we believe shows that he is hardly in a position to judge the situation, "If it is legalized take it out of the hands of crime merchants." HE ADDED that he had asked the justice department, when he was attorney general, to demonstrate the damage marijuana can , do.. .and it was not done. MR. CLARK is showing evidence of why he was not an effective attorney general. HINDSIGHT is always great, but in this case his hindsight matches his foresight and judgement while in office. OVER THE YEARS, drugs have been closely associated with HEALING, HEALTH and the WELL BEING of people. Now, in this day and age a new meaning, or rather an ASSOCIATION has come into being concerning same. Now thatwe are faced with the situation, much is being done to combat same, especially among the young. . .who are easily persuaded.. .and not wishing to be, as they term it, "chicken", 'turn on'with the rest of the crowd .. .first as a joke, more or less, then find themselves emeshed in something they find hard to BUST! 4-H'ERS are taking advantage of education along this line... .and will do much as an organization to wage a successful war against drugs. Eli Lilly company is doing much to help them along. • THE 4-H MEMBERS enlist in the program, then pass their knowledge on to others. * TURKEY WEEK ONCE AGAIN that time is here.. .it is TURKEY WEEK.. .and we sincerely hope you enjoy your bird, complete with all the trimmings.. .and your family at your side. WE HAVE MUCH to be thankful for in this great country, as compared with others. THE IS INDEED a time to remember. Just 350 years ago.. .a nation was implanted on the rocky shores of New England. Since that time this nationhad joined in giving thanks that the small group of PILGRIMS were staunch in their desire to create something better than they had so far witnessed. IF WE THINK times were rough, give a thought to the Pilgrims .. .who had nothing to start with except their meager possessions .. .and in a strange country. IT WAS THERE that the first lesson in the DEMOCRATIC WAY was learned, 'the hard way'l It was found that a 'COMMON- STORE'for a SOCIALIST SOCIETY would not work. THEN CAME the real thing; every family was given a parcel of land to till and harvest, Things boomed I They had a bumper crop and GAVE THANKS. . .not just for the material things, but for the system that made it possible. WE STILL. HAVE that system.. .and you are the only one who can make it work for you. Give THANKS.. .and work that it will be even more successful, this Democratic system I 6:00 O (B) Dick Van Dyke O Early Report O B>fl Newt © Eyewitness News' G3 <•> What's N«w 6:30 O Daniel loone Boone end Israel help a smc-ll bond cf Negro slaves escgpe to freedom. O NBC^New, O News (Cont'd) CD ABC Newt GD <•> Mitterogcrt 7:00 O Daniel Boone (Cont'd) O Early Report O CBS Newt CD Beat the Clack CD (B) Big Rea* Football Soturdoy's gome ot Purdue. 7:30 O Petticoat Junction Kate expects a long-distonce coll from Betty Jo and Steve. O Don Knott* Don's guests ore Donald O'Connor, Barbara Feldon and Freda Payne. O Beverly Hillbillies Granny is excused of being an extreme aquaphobic after she shows up in a psychiatrist's office with four live frogs soying that ihey're her family.. O Undcrteat World "The Tragedy of the Red Salmon." The saga of the return of Hie'salmon to the waters of their birth. E0 (B) Football (Cont'd) fl:00 O Truth ar Conta ^uencca O Don Knott! (Cont'd) O Green Acres Oliver and Lisa watch in disbelief as Eb turns the farm into a dump to moke enough money, to buy his . fiancee a home. © Undertcot (Cont'd) ' - CD (B) Forsyte Sago . Repeat of Sunday's program. 8:30 O What'! My Una Corey ond'Earl panic, thinking thot Eorl's father has died from smoking a cigar. O Hee Hew Tammy Wynette and E/d Bruce are tonight's guests. CD Movie of the Week ""Crowhaven Farm" (TV Movie), starring' Hope Longe and Paul Burke. A rural New England farm holds a. terrifying secret for a couple. CD (B) Forsyte (Cont'd) 9:00 O David Froit David's guests are George Segal, Trish Vandervere, Lorna Luft, Tiny Tim ond Sierra Leone's Ambassador John Akor. O Tuesday .Night Movie "Houser's Memory" (TV Movie), starring David McCollum and Susan Strosberg. A young scientist turns himself. into e> human \ guinea pig in an experiment in which he is implanted with .the memory of a mortally -ill Germon physicist. • ' O Hee How (Cont'd) d MoVie (Cont'd) CD The Advocate* 9:30 O Frest (Cont'd) O Mevie (Cont'd) ~ O To Rome With Lave Grandpa Pruitt matches stubbornness with a class-conscious contessa. © Mevie (Cont'd) CD Advocates (Cont'd) 10:00 O Frost (Cont'd) O Movie (Cont'd) O 60-Minute* TV magazine with Harry Reasoner and Mike Wallace as the on-the- air editors. George McGovern declares his bid for the 1972 Presidential election. ©Marcus Welby, M.D. A young epileptic's efforts to hide his affliction endangers his life and his relationships with His loved ones. CD San Francisco Mix 10:30 O Local New* Q Mevie (Cont'd) O o0-Minul «i (Cont'd) © Marcus Welby (Cont'd) ' CD Son Francisco (Cont'd) 11:00 CB Movie Four "Track of the Cot" (1954), with Robert Mitchum ond Tob Hunter. Brothers set out to capture a mountain lion thot is destroying their cattle. O Final Report O Local News © Eyewitness. News 11:30 O Movie Four (Cont'd) O Tonight O Met*. Griffin . © Dick Covert Wed., Nov. 25 6:30 O Today In Indiana Q Sunrite Semester © Perspective -13 O CBS Newt © Safety Corner 7:30 O Kartoost Kernival O Today (Cont'd! " O CBS Newt (Cont'd). © Kindergarten College 8:00 O Karnivol (Cont'd) O Todoy (Cont'd) O Captain Kangaroo © College (ConVd) 8:30 O Kernival (Cont'd) O Today (Cont'd) O Copt. Kangaroo (Cont'd! © (B) I Love Lucy 9:00 O (B) Topper O Virginia Graham O Coffee Cup Theater "Wild, Wild Winter" (1966), with Chris Noel and Gary Clarke. College student sleds' after captain of the girl's ski team. ©Paul Diion Shaw 9:30 O Jack LaLonna Q Graham (Cont'd) O Theater (Cont'd) © Paul Dixon (Cont'd) . 10:00 v O Lucy Show Q Dinah's Place O Theater (Cont'd)' ©Paul Dixon (Cont'd) 10:30 O Movie Game Q Concentration O Beverly Hillbillies © That Girl 11:00 O Girl Talk O Century Sate O Family Affair © Bewitched 11:30 O Newt O Hollywood Square* O Love : of Life . © Eyewitness Newt 12:00 O Chuckwagon Theater O Jeopardy O Where the Heart It © 50-50 Club 12:30 O Chuckwagon (Cont'd) O ••••» *«ererd O Search for Tomorrow © 50-50 Club (Cont'd) 1:00 O Hollywood Mevie "Night People" (1954), with Gregory Peck and Broderick Crawford. Daily intrigue in East Berlin, ' involving an American colonel. O Jim Gerard (Cont'd) O Local News © 50-50 Club (Cont'd) 1:30 O Movie (Cont'd) O Words ami Mutic O As World Tumt © Make A Deal 2:00 O Movfe (Cont'd) O Doy* of Our Live* . Q Many. Splendorad Thing © Newlywed Game 2:30 O Movie (Cont'd) O The Doctors O The Guiding Light © Dating Game T hanksgiving tegan as a purely New feast. It was the one lime of the year when festivity relieved ihe Severe existence of the hard-working colonists. Preparation-, began man. days before ihe . holiday . . . and ihe feast itself was anticipated with-as much excitement as Puritans ever mustered. The local- squire celebrated with an especially fattened bird, perhaps raised to an imposing 20 pounds, with a large chiclen pie at the other end of the table to help stave off Ihe guests* hunger pangs. For the well -to-do fa 'rmer. a turkey of more modest proportions turned UP unaccompanied by the chicken pie. And for the poon-r farmers, chicken pie appeared without the turkey. But every table, rich-.or poor, had its cider and pumpkin pie.. . . for a fowl and cider and pumpkin pie are the trinity- of Thanksgiving. Pumpkin Chiffon . Pie Recipes for the Thanksgiving pie vary with the household . . . but this year we suggest you try a wonderfully flavorful, wonderfully fluffy Orange Pumpkin Chiffon Pie. . It derives its zingy flavor from • Florida orange juice and grated rind . . . and into the filling go the familiar pumpkin pie Seasonings of cinnamon, ginger and nutmeg. Be- 1 cause it "s made with "gelatine, the filling requires only about 10 minutes cooking time. For the rest, chill in the shell until firm. And for a most festive appearance, garnish with a wreath of whipped cream and orange sections. PLUMP PIES OF THMKMll Uranges are in abundance all through the holiday season, and they flavor the traditional holiday mince pie. too. The easiest possible way with this classic is to add ground Florida orange peel to a jar of mincemeat. Serve the pie warm with a zippy Orange Hard Sauce that's also easy ... when you are cooking a holiday meal, you want to cut corners -here and there if the. results are delicious. There's no cooking, of course, to the traditional sauce - . . just heat and chill. And . with Orange Ladyfinger Pie there's no crust to make . . . just arrange ladyfingers on a pie plate and fill with a fluffy orange filling TURKEY, CIDER. PUMPKIN PIE . . . are the holiday • pic is O-anue Pumpkin .Chiffon, serial Make one pie. make two or three for the holiday table or for holiday entertaining. And give thanks for the plump, splendid pies of the Thanksgiving season. trinity of Thanksgiving. Our jet-age version of the classic nth a wreath of whipped cream ami sections of orange. ORANGE PUMPKIN CHIFFON PIE' / 4 l< 3:00 Gourmet Another World Secret Storm © General Hospital 3:30 (B) Dennis the Menace Bright Promise O Edge of Night : © One Life to Live 4:00 Popeye and Jania . Another V/orld Gomer Pyle Dark Shadows 4:30 Popeye (Cont'd) Mike Douglas (B) Early Show "War Arrow" (1953), with Jeff Chandler and Dennis Weaver. Story of Major Howell Brady whose, trained Seminoles defeated the Kiowa hordes. © Big Valley H3 Sesame Street 5:00 Flinistonet Mike Douglas (Cont'd) a o o o o o a o © a a a envelope nnflavorcil gelatine cup. Florida orange juice eggs, separated cup evaporated milk cups canned pumpkin • -J5 cup packed brown sugar, divided "15 teaspoon salt teaspoiJn nutmeg 'i teaspoon cinnamon 'j teaspoon ginger 2 teaspoons grated orange rind I baked 9-inch pastry shell Sprinkle gelatine over orange juice in top of double boiler. Add egg yolks, evaporated milk, pumpkin. !•-» cup of the brown sugar, salt and spices. Cook over boiling water, stirring constantly, until gelatine dissolves, about 10 minutes. Remove from heat: stir in orange rind. Chill, stirring. occasionally, until mixture mounds when dropped from •a spoon. Beat egg whites until stiff, but not dry. Gradually add remaining Vi cup brown sugar and beat until very stiff. Fold into pumpkin mixture. Turn-into pie shell: chill until firm. If desired, garnish with a wreath of whipped' cream and orance sections. YIELD: 6 to 8 servings. • *0range Hard Sauce cup hatter or margarine, softened slightly 1 cup. confectioners' sugar 2 tablespoons Florida * orange juice 2 tablespoons grated orange rind 1 2 teaspoon vanilla Cream butter. Alternately add confectioners" sugar and orange juice, beating after each addition. Beat in orange rind and vanilla. Pile in small dish or drop by lablespoon- fuls onto baking sheet. Chill until firm. ORANGE LADYFINGER.PIE ladyfingers envelope nnfiuvorcd gelatine enp cold water teaspoon salt eggs, separated can lf> ounces) frozen Florida orange frozen juice concentrate, kept • '2 cup sugar ' Separate ladyfingers. Cut ends off enough ladyfingers to line sides of 9 -inch pie plate (ladyfinger pieces should be 2!i inches long). Line bottom of pie plate with ends and remaining ladyfingers. Sprinkle gelatine over cold water in top of double boiler. Add salt and egg yolks: mix well. Place over boiling water and cook, stirring constantly, until' mixture thickens slightly and gelatine dissolves, about 5 minutes. Remove from heat: add frozen concentrate and stir until melted. Chill, if necessary, until mixture mounds slightly when dropped from spoon. Beat egg whites until stitT but not dry. Gradually add sugar and beat until very stiff. Fold in gelatine mixture. Turn into prepared pie plate. Chill until firm. YIELD: 6 servings. o o Q (B) Early Show (Cont'd) © Valley (Cont'd) © Sesame (Cont'd) 5:30 O (•) Addams Family Q Mike Douglas - (Cont'd) O <M Early Shaw (Cont'd) © Dragnet S3 (B) Misterogert ORANGE MINCE PIE / Florida orange I jar (2H ounces) mincemeat Pustrv lor 2-crusl 9-inch pie Cut orange in half: remove seeds; ream, reserving juice. Put orange, peel through fine blade of food grinder; combine with mincemeat. Line 9-inch pie plate with half of pastry. Add mincemeat filling, cover with remaining pastry, seal and flute edge. Make 3 or 4 small slits . in top crust. Bake in 425°F. oven for 35 minutes. Serve warm with Orange Hard Sauce.* TALKING TURKEY ABOUT THANKSGIVING The. "gobble, gobble, gobble" of the turkey whose goose is cooked heralds the advent of a Thanksgiving season which goes well beyond the last Thursday in November. So why not give dining monotony the. bird by preparing a wide variety of blue-ribbon turkey treats that you can trot out for family and friends alike? Turkey-and- orange salad, for example, will be a solid success, as will turkey vegetable salad and turkey with sliced baked oranges. From roost to roast, this bird's-eye view of the turkey tidbits will provide delicious fare that will put a feather in your cap as a cook. 1^27] 4 YOUR HEALTH,. By LESTER I* OOLEMAN, M.D. Long Hair? Don't Bristle I AM constantly amazed by the anger and hostility that some families display when a teenager dresses "wildly" or wears his hair long. Many families who come to my office are so-fixed on the hair situatipn that they lose all awareness of the basic emotional needs' of their children. I usually am able to establish an immediate relation; ship with adoi lescents by treating them with total respect' and by avoiding the merest mention of their Dr. Coleman o o 7:00 (•) Panorama Today long hair. The teenager invariably waits expectantly for me to take sides with the parents about this over-discussed problem of long hair. When finally it is brought out into the open, both the youngster and the parents relax and even jest about the -basic insignificance of the length of the hair. Then and only then can parents settle down to the real problems . of the. adolescents. Only by giving their children understanding and devotion can parents come face to face with the real issues that confuse and trouble adolescents rather than the superficial annoyances of long hair, and beaded belts. Parents must eventually reconcile themselves to learning the art of listening to their adolescent children. The attitude that what was "good - enough for uo is good enough for them" has no validity. Ac- : ffetterol interest. Address your tually, it may not have been " letter* to Dr. Coleman in care good enough for us, either. T of this newspaper. (C mo. Kins Features Syndicate, Inc.) Youth Is being gradually liberated from many of the shackles that have bound us to our own neuroticism. Phy- i sicians, sociologists and psy- ' chiatrists believe that a greater understanding between par-, ants' and their children' can control the growth of extremism and rebellion in our young people today. Although he may have the body of an adult, the adolescent still has the unresolved . emotions of youth.. During this phase of growth, where the two overlap, humor can play an important role in mutual understanding. Anger and laughter rarely accompany each other. When anger flourishes in a relationship between • parents and children, the rift between them becomes greater. ' It takes a great deal of ef-' fort, but it is worth it, to seek a child's real sensitivity, hidden by the facade of long hair.- Adolescents and young adults can be taught that there are many rewards in solid citizenry and In the proper channeling of their, energies. To complain about the length of their hair seems to me to be the wrong start towards this understanding. * • * SPEAKING OF YOUR HEALTH: Support by a cane in bad weather saves many broken'hips. Dr. CoUmaH\fcelcomea letters from readers, and, while he'eannot undertake to answer each one, he will use questions . Hn his colttmtt whenever possible and when they are of GOOD NEWS FOR LOT OWNERS! Vim can build this home on your lot or ours for as low as $t3,000 (M y NO MONEY DOWN! 33 y**r mortgage 396 payments annual percentage rate • 7 !4 5 Here's absolutely the most home for the money! Buy this home ... move in-a few weeks! An entirely new concept in home building makes this possible. This stunning home is complete in every detail. ' • spacious living room • large kitchen-dining room • deluxe cabinets r- double-bow! sink • three' big bedrooms • deluxe bath • outside access storage room STATE WIDE HOMES CONTACT Don Hueber 251-8492 849-4965 846-1864 Indianapolis, Indiana

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