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December 8, 1970

The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 2

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Page 2 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE 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. 221-223' E. Jefferson Street Tipton, Indiana 46072 Phone 675-2115 0 an i J une 6/ R.D. Money. THE SEASON FAST-APPROACHES.. .in tact is here, when all people who get behind the wheel of a car, should 'drive like Christmas'. . .and maybe we should add, "Like Christians". The way some people drive in this day and age, regardless of age, would indicate that they alone, have access to the highway, said highway being their own private property. . .and not to be used too freely by othersl TRUE, we have all been GUILTY, more or less, of minor infractions pn the road, we wouldn't be human if this were hot true. We make mistakes, although there are those among us who disclaim this infraction.. .and agree with themselves, that they are the BEST DRIVERS in the county, town, state and country, and the 'other fellow' is always at fault. NO MATTER, this is really the season to DRIVE LIKE CHRISTMAS. . .it is the time for all of us to realize that we are not the only ones on the road.. .and we should be considerate of others. Now we may have that spirit of 'good will' toward our fellowman . . .but somehow it disappears when we get behind the wheel of a car, and allow ourselves to be'irked'by other drivers, or for that matter, even pedestrians. WE MUST HELP EVEN THE TRAFFIC EXPERTS surely must agree, thatder spite the education in driving we give in Indiana, no amount of rules and regulations is equal to the amount of good the driver HIMSELF or HERSELF can do, by accepting FULL RESPONSIBILITY as an individual in charge of a vehicle. We suppose Christmas is the time to stress the responsibility we should have, for after all, most of us should be ready to accept the spirit of the holiday season. . .and 'beam* good will toward our fellow drivers.. .and the pedestrian. .A TRAFFIC DEATH is a tragedy at anytime of the year, but especially at the Christmas season; for at this time it brings forth a special grief.. .at a time when a family should be joyous, instead of suffering. Drinking while driving, not enough rest on long holiday trips, are two of the reasons for holiday accidents. Add to that the fact that children are out of school near the holiday. . .and during the time between Christmas and New Years... and in addition there is heavy pedestrian traffic. SO, make up your mindtoDRIVE LIKE CHRISTMAS.. .and inci- dently it might also be added; "walk like Christmas", if you are away from the vehicle and have joined the PEDESTRIANS... for after all. . .wouldn't you like to have the same courtesy afforded you, while walking, you give out with when behind the wheel of a car. SPEAKING OF TRAFFIC YES, while on the subject, we wonder whether two situations which exist at the present time, in regard to downtown traffic, could be eliminated? Could something be done about COURT street at Jefferson? In order for the vehicle driver to see approaching traffic on Jefferson, he or she must 'inch out' into the walkway painted on the street for the pedestrian to walk across on. Many times the walkway is BLOCKED by a car driver, who must it seems, drive onto the walkway to observe Jefferson street traffic. Perhaps the walkway striping could be moved forward a little, still protecting the pedestrian, but helping the driver also. Just a suggestion to the city fathers who may have an idea on how to help the situation. .THEN AGAIN, one of the most often repeated complaints we hear, is the length of time given the PEDESTRIAN in getting across the street on the WALK signs. There just isn't enough time, especially for older people. . .and some drivers are not much help in observing the situation. It might help to lengthen the time for WALK signals, especially at Jefferson and Main intersection. WE MIGHT ALSO ADD. . .infractions by-the motorists are common; motorists passing through are more often more courteous to the pedestrian, than local drivers! ONE MAN SUGGESTED a.ONE WAY street for COURT, traffic to move SOUTH. . .parking the same, on both sides. Not a bad idea. . .and it might help the situation now existing in 'getting out* of the street, coming north. LONG YULE TRUCE TO MAKE IT SHORT and to the point. . .the headlines this a.m. read: "Study Long Viet Yule Truce". Fine, if the Cong and N. Viets lived up to the rules and regulations, but this lias never been done. Like the RUSS they promise and believe in their black hearts, promises are made to be brokenl This would give them plenty of time. No military activity would be taken to mean. . .supplies for the next session could still be brought forth. They, just don't think like we do, and the sooner we are fully aware of this, the better off we will be. RELIGION MANY OF our cherished ideals come from religious heritage. So, we presume, that if we want to be a people to whom ideals are Important we must keep their heritage alive. It is in churches that people first learn the values of ideals in life. And, because this is true, we must realize that our churches are the strength, morally, of our nation. WANT ADS PAY TELEVISION SCHEDULE 6:00 O <B> Dick Von Dyke ' O Early Report O Big News ' G) Eyewitneu News 83 «> What's New 6:30 O Daniel Boon* Israel and two friends witness o murder but ore terrori2ed into silence by the killer.. . . O Early Report (Cont'd) O "is News (Cont'd) CD ABC News © Misterogers 7:00 Q Daniel Boone (Cont'd) O NBC News Q CBS News © Beat tke Clock © (B) Origami The ort of poper folding. 7:30 O Petticoat Junction Cousin Mae wreaks havoc ot the Shody Rest Hotel. O World of Beover A study of the life of the beaver from infancy through parenthood. Q Beverly Hillbillies Granny, still trying to scuttle the . romance of Elly May ond McA, hits, upon a sure way, <erve the sailor some of Elly's cooking. O Billy Groham Crusodc < © (B) Experiment A project to determine the attack patterns of sharks. 8:00 CI Truth or Consequents O Beavers (Cont'd) © Green Acres The Douglas form bet omes a stage when the acting bug bites Eb. © Crusade (Cont'd) ©(B) Forsyte Saga Repeot of Sunday's program. 8:30 * ' Q What's My Line Q Julio Corey enters o magazine's essay contest, hoping to win a color TV set for his mother. O Hce Haw Kenny Price ond Linda Mortell ore tonight's guest stars. {Q Movie of the Week "Weekend of Terror" (TV Movie), starring Robert .Conrad, Carol Lynley ond Lee Majors. Three nuns must come to terms with their religious faith when 'they ore held prisoner by two homicidal kidnapers. © (B) Forsyte (Cont'd) 9:00 O David Frost Dr. Benjamin Spock, Emlyn Williams ond Dona Volery join David. O Tuesday Movie "Breakout" (TV Movie), starring James Drury, Kathryn Hays ond Red Buttons. A convict plots to escape from ornoximum security prison to be reunitedwith his wife ond the money he stole in o bonk . robbery. Q Hee Haw (Cont'd) fFJ Movie (Cont'd) * © The Advocates "Should the United Stores Agree to a Coalition Government in ' Saigon?" (Port I). 9:30 Q Frost (Cont'd) O Tuesday Movie (Cont'd) Q To Rome With Lava When Penny ond Pokey get the idea thct their father would marry, if they weren't in the way, they leave home. CO Movie (Cont'd) . © Advocates (Cont'd) 10:00 Q Frost (Cont'd) O Tuesday Movie (Cont'd) Q 60-Minutes CD Marcus Welby, M.D. Dr. Welby is hindered in trccting o young nurse who seems to hove on inherited muscular disease w'^en he con find no Docking for his diognosis in the girl's family history. © San Francisco Mix 10:30 O Lccal News O Tuesdoy Movie (Cont'd) O *0-Minute» '.Cont'd) CD Marcus Welby (Cont'd) . © Son Francisco (Cont'd) 11:00 ; O (B) Movie Four "Yo;..ng Dalinger" (1965). with Nick Adams and Robert Conrod. The life story cfjohn Dillli-ger. Q Final Report Q Local News O Eyewitness News 11:30 TO (B) Movie Four :Com'd) O Tonight Mcrv Griffin CD Dick Coven 12:30 O Topper Wed., Dec. 9 o o a a o 6:30 Today In Indiana Sunrise Semester CD Perspective 1.3 7:00 (B) Panorama Today CBS News CD Safety Corner 7:30 O KortOon Korniva) O Todoy -C-.-MI'J- Q CBS Ncwj 'Oht'd- © Kindergarten College 8:00 O Karnivol (Cc'it'd- O Todoy iConi'd 1 O Captoin Kangorao . CD College fCcnt'fi 8:30 Q Karnivol ; Co*'I'd O Todoy (Cont'd) fj) Copt. Kangaroo 'Cr>n'd CD <B) Littlest Hobo 9:00 O (B) Topper Q Virginia Graham O (B) Coffee Cup Theater "File on Thelma Jordan" (,!9<i° . with Barbara Stonwyci. ond Wendell Corey. An a^htam d : s*rict .attorney bc-roi'cs cia'-.r!r=;i ine!> im-oived with c gii.'. CD Paul Dixon Show . 9:30 O Jack LaLannc O Graham (Cont'd' O (B) Theater 'Cont'd'' CD Paul Diion (Cont'd} 10:00 O Lucy Show 'O Dinah's Place O <B> Theater (Cont'd' CD Paul Dixon (Cont'd' 10:30 O Movie Game O Concentration O Beverly Hillbi!li.?s £D. That Girl 11:00 O Girl Talk 0 Century Sate IjJ Family Affatr £9 Bewitched 11:30 O News CI Hollywood Squares . O Love of . Life • CD Eyewitness News 12:00 O Chuckwagcn Theater , O Jeopardy O Where the Hcarf Is © 50.50 Club 12:30 O Chucfcwcgon Z •• • • O Jim. Gerard .0 Search for Tomorrow • £D 50-30 Club C .1 .1:00 . O 'B) Hollywood Movie •The FK-OH-C" -95!.. Richcrd A v 'd 'T >cr . d\i Dana dre.-.s. A.". u'-.de-- VM 2:C dc-r^oi tcai" is ai- ,:-vd to dC'lr-3: J marine he;? on onr or * ese Rome io'and.- J*m Gerard 'C~» ,! £9 Local News CD 50-50 Club C m'd 1:30 (B) Movie -.Cont 'd- Words and Music O As World Turns CD Make A Ocol w itn Anition SCo- a o 2:00 O IB) Movie -(Cont'd: O Days of Our Lives 0 Many Splcndorcd Thing CD Ncwlywcd Game 2:30 O (B) Movie (Com d Q The Doctors f3 The. Guiding Light CD Doting Game 3:00 O Gourmet Q Another World 0 Secret Storm " CD General Hospital 3:30 0 (B) Dennis the Menace O Bright Promise 0 Edge of Night CD One Life to Live 4:00 0 ' Popeye and Janie O Another World O Gomcr Pyle CD Dork Shodows 4:30 O Popeye (Cont'd^ O Mike Douglas 0 (B) Early Show "Dork Mirror' (1946 1 , with Oli--ia DeHaviland and Lew Ayrcs. Picture of a tortured t)TrI who foces only evii when she see" herse'f in her twin-sister. CD Big Volley 03 Scsomc Street 5:00 O Flintstoncs . O Mike Douglas (Cont'd' O (B) Early Show Cont'd' CD Vcllcy (.Cont'd) 03 Sesame (Cont'd( 5:30 O IB) Addams Family O Mike Douglas (Cont'd! O (B) Eorly Show (Cont'd: CD Dragnet Misterogers TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1970 HOSPITAL MON., DEV. 7, 1970 ADMISSIONS: James Long, Tipton; Anna Shadday, Tipton; Erica Guy, Tipton; Tonita Bristol, Sharpsville; Norma Fish, Arcadia; Cora Buscher, Atlanta. DISMISSALS: Robert White- NOTE5 head, Windfall; Billie Frye, Elwood; MelburnBooher, Tipton; Phillip Miller, Tipton; Gean. Booher, Tipton; Helen McKinney, Noblesville. BIRTH: Mr. and Mrs. Tony Bristol of Sharpsville; Girl born at 2:15 a.m. on December 7. OPEN SUNDAYS 12:00 TO 5 P.M. OPEN EVERY NIGHT TILL CHRISTMAS The happiest hours a man spends are when he's relaxing, playing or working at his hobbies. Here is the Pendleton"' jacket that fits best into these off-duty hours. In pure virgin wool. Naturally; S-M-L-XL, Men's Store NINA'S SHOPPE WILL BE OPEN Wednesday till 5 ; Friday till 8 OPEN till 8 every night one week before.Christmas Ring Our Christmas Bell | For Cash J e tl mply S dial 675-4433 S EdMeloche THE "MONEY" MAN This rings our Christmas bell, the FASTEST way to get CASH U you need for the HOLIDAYS ahead. Jleavett & Bates LOOHS 112 N„ Main 675-4433 § "We consider it a privilege to serve Ml the area In our 65th year?' $S FREE $5 GIFT 1 CERTIFICATES H'i For Any Serviceman Overseas & | at Christmas Time. ;! * Bring Falvey's i the Serviceman's Address and | we will Send it to Him. § Open Evenings - - Open Sunday Noon to 5 P.M. jgj Once he gets on the road, here'll be no peace on eartl Fred celebrates the holidays pretty strenuously. Getting rather high. And even three cups ol coftee won't bring him down. Another car will. No one wants to preach at Fred, especially when he 's having a good time. So they'll feed him coffee and send him on his merry way. Which probably means a wide awake drunk, weaving along the highway. . We don't want to preach either. But your new car dealer does care. He knows the sobering truth that drinking is a factor in 800,000 traffic "accidents every year... and in 25,000 deaths every year, nearly half of all traffic fatalities. So before the 'Auld Lang Syne' is over, don't forget: the only way to control a car during the partying season is to control your partying. Don't drive if you've been drinking. Instead, think of Fred...resting in peace by the side l : ,(|;MlF of the road. National Automobile Dealers Association Otttclal arfantiition ot America* franchlatd n«w car and.truck daalara • Waaninflton, O C. On* in a strict praaantad by N.A.D.A., thla nawtpapar, and the new car dealers of our community. The Tipton Daily Tribune

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