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Page 2 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1970 Tipton Daily Tribune .45? per week By carrier in city. BY MAIL: Tipton and adjacent Counties: 1 year 6 months 3 months Subscription PAID IN ADVANCE - No mail subscription accepted where carder delivery is maintained. $11.00 6.50 3.50 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 ttvn ant J With tke Drihu ne HAILS EVENT? BY..RD; Money THE BIG EVENT seems to have occurred, but unhappily it had little effect on the country. . .or the fact that we all would like to be rid of that pest, (inflation). . .and be headed in. that tight direction so that a GROWTH in the economy would mean real PROSPERITY for all concerned. THE GROWTH seems to have reached $1 TRILLION, and as the boys say these days; "that's a lot of bread!" They unveiled a clock showing same, at the Commerce building yesterday. ...but most of us can't even count that high, not even with the advantage of removing our shoes! IT WAS AMILESTONEtobesure,tobe able to note the economy of this country at a TRILLION, but sad to say, like the CORN BLIGHT. . .the real picture of the economy does not show up in this production line. Wealth and production are fine; envied by all of the,world, but that other word that often enters into the picture, INFLATION, seems to drag like an anchor and dip the picture to a .point where it really shows up the true picture even more forcefully than before. CERTAINLY, the nation's economy, with certain road-blocks removed, could embrace every program we need, from the poverty program to educational needs, but that shadow of inflation is a little bard to get shove into the background, while you are getting a TRUE picture of the economy. It does little good to grow, if you are not getting the proper ingredients to make it stickl The only hope the American people have in this day and age, is to keep after the ELECTED OFFICIALS until they realize that they can't spend money for tilings not necessary, when there is actual hunger, need of housing.. .and many other essentials needed for the country at large to move forward, not in segments, but as a whole. IT'S FINE to show that the economy is moving forward at the rate of $2,000.00 a second.. .but the. people are not FEELING the results! THE PRESIDENT hit the nail on the head when he stated: "Unless the nation produces the wealth it has, politician's promises for improving health, education and welfare are nothing more than a fraud." Now there's a statement we'll drink to! We may add, it will take the combined efforts of the SENATE and HOUSE to produce what we need, plus the HEAD OF STATE and his group 'doing their thing*. . .to get this show on the road in the proper manner, but filibusters, travelingabout the country, making charts, etc; won't get the job done! MR. PRESIDENT, we are not looking on the economy "as a great group of selfish people"...as you mentioned in your speech, but as real Americans, who are expecting to get things done.. .and are sick and tired of a SOLONS who place their PARTIES and SELVES ABOVE the AMERICAN PUBLIC! It is your job to stir some spark of realism into them before the inflation worsens. It's just that simple. You just pass the word that you CAN'T spend it and HAVE it too! THEN ALL WASHINGTON. . .from White House on down, ZIP pockefbooks. . .and show WHY you were all elected by the people. . .for the people! THE PEOPLE OF this land are tired of hearing debates on TV. . .stories of what the Senate and House are trying to accomplish, they want action! AND LET'S STOP beating about the bush regarding the Viet War. . .and a chance of 'offending the Russ' and others by bombing Haiphong harbor.. .has to be taken! It is a little on the stupid side to allow supplies to be brought into the REDS through the harbor, probably about 75% of them, and saturate the HO CHI MINH trail, where only a small portion could possibly be moved in. FRANKLY, we don't believe the Russ would start any trouble, outside of a lot of talk, if we blockaded the harbor, they are not that willing to commit an act of war. So, why not give warning and do so? It is something only the president can do, advisers may advise.. .but the BUCK stops at his desk! ACROSS 1. Emcee's proposal' 6. Flesh 10. Asian country "Othello" ! villain 12. Famous comedian (2 wds.) . 14. Pencil top 15. More competent 20. Likely 23. Gain."^ borough's "The " (2 wds.) 25. Copying device (colloq.) 27. Kitchen fixture 28. Famous American botanist (2 wds.) 30. Snare 31. Wrath 32. Stellar 38. Famous silent movie star (2 wds.) 42. Different 43. Main artery 44. Insect 45. Hippie's "money" • DOWN 1. Poop 2. Heavy blow (slang;) 3. Italian river 4. Hissing sound . 5. Accept 6. Wire measure- * ment 7. Devour 8. In the past 9. Cargo weight 13. Epochal 16. Industrious 17. Allow IS. Black (poet) 19. Meander 20. Candlenut tree 21. City on the Amo 22. Counterfeit er's nemesis ki]6" 23. "Wet blanket' 24. Still 26. Fellow (slang) 29. U.S.S.R. lake 33. Mop 34. Norse god of thunder 35. To laugh (Fr.) 36. Indian meal Veeterdajr'a timr 37.Dlrect 38. Church bench 39. Old-time musical note 40. Ninny 41. Dem.'s opponent TELEVISION SCHEDULE 6:00 O (B) Dick Von Dyke Q Early Report O B>9 News O Eyewitness News CD What's New 6:30 O Daniel Boone "Thirty Pieces of Silver." O Early Report (Cont'd: O Bfg News (Cont'd! ID ABC News £0 Misterogers * 7:00 O Daniel Boone (C-:-«'d> O NBC News O CBS News CD Beat the Clock ED (B) Folk Guitar 7:30 O Petticoat Junction Everyone feels Doc Stiicrt has been slighted when Steve'decides to take Betty Jo to Baltimore for the birth of their boby. O little Drummer Boy An animated Christmas musical based, on tne song about o little drummer boy who arrives of the manger just as the Three Kings ore about to offer their gifts. O Storefront Lawyers The attorneys ore asked to defend a 73 year-old dispossessed homeowner accused of having killed a financier. CD Eddie's Father When Mrs. Livingston soys she saw a ghost in Eddie's room, Tom organizes a ghost hunt. E3 Kukfo, Fran and Ollie 8:00 O Truth or Consequences O Bing Crosby Christmas A musical comedy solute to various Yutetide traditions, starring Bing Crosby and his family, Jock Wild, , Melbo Moore and thi Doodletown Pipers! O Lawyers (Cont'd) CD Danny Thomas A women's freedom odvoccte demands that Danny drop all jokes .that cast aspersions on females. G3 The French Chef Julia prepares a.braised fish and vegetables dish. 8:30 O.What's My Line O Crosby (Cont'd) O Governor and J.J. A newspoperwonian who joins the governor's speechwriting team attracts the romantic interest of both the governor and his press secretary. CD Room 222 Pupil Me! Wertz's future as a teacher is jeopardized by the success of his countr> rctok group. (Q Civilisation Wordsworth, Rousseau. Turner and Monet ore featured i'i '.he Romantic period. 9:00 O Wednesday Night Movie "Marines Let's Go" (1961), with Tom Tryon and David Hedisen. Four Marines on furlough in Japan, turn Tokyo upside down before returning to front lines. O Music Hall Alan King's "Love and Marriage" (Part II). O Medical Center A fiippie-style doctor fights a stiff-necked colleague for promising too much success with a new treatment. CD Johnny Cash Johnny welcomes Homer and Jethro, Al Hirt and Jackie De- Shannon. S3 Civilisation (Cont'd) 9:30 O Movie (Cont'd) O Music Hall (Cont'd) Q Medical Center (Cont'd) CD Johnny Cash (Cont'd) GO Nader Reports 10:00 O Movie (Cont'd) O Four In One "Rod Serling's Night Gallery." Two totes of the bizarre and the occult. "The Dead Man," and "The Housekeeper." (Premiere). O Hawaii Fivo-O Monte Morkhorh ploys a convicted murderer who is holding a prison, doctor as hostage. CD D' n August . August investigates the murder of a college chancellor. £2D Homewood The Mitchell-Ruff duo and How- leit Smith contrast their unique jazz stylings. 10:30 O Movie (Cont'd) Q Four-Ona (Cont'd) O Hawaii (Cont'd) CD Dan August (Cont'd) ED Homewood (Cont'd) 11:00 Q Movie (Cont'd) O Final Report O Local News CD Eyewitness News 11:15 O Local News 11:30 CI Local News (Cont'd) O Tonight Show By LESTER L. COLEMAN, M.D. • "Wolf Crier Needs Help Dr. Coleman MY MOTHER is the worst hypochondriac I have ever known. My father and I are always taking her to one doctor or another. We are at our wits' end as to how to help . her. • Miss E. McG., Colin. Dear Miss McG.: When you say that your mother is the worst hypochondriac you have ever known, I must question the wealth of your experience. Somehow, the tone of your letter condemns your mother, rather than gives evidence of your sincere desire to help her. It is no fun to be a hypochondriac and. to complain constantly about illnesses that do not exist. You can be sure that your mother is not enjoying her emotional distress, her fears, and the symptoms she . com- . plains about. Hypochondria m u s t b e thought of.as an actual disease, and should call forth sympathy and understanding, rather than hostility and annoyance. To your mother, the symptoms she complains of are very real and very distressing. They undoubtedly deprive her of many of the joys of living. You are making a great mistake in taking her from "doctor to doctor" without giving her an opportunity to develop a firm relationship with any one physician. Perhaps,, the one doctor she has not been taken to ib the psychia­ trist or psychologist who, with his understanding of her spe- . cial problems, might seek and find the basic reasons for her "symptoms." Then both he and the one ' doctor can give her the reassurance and the emotional guidance she needs. Remember, too, that the hypochondriac may really develop a. physical disease. This is often overlooked because she constantly cried "Wolf!" about a non-existent illness. • * • What is Hirschsprung's disease and how serious is it in a newborn'infant? 1 Mrs: G. L., Calif. Dear Mrs. L.: This unusual condition refers to a marked . enlargement of . the intestine. It is seen at birth and can be treated with diet and medication. Children born with this condition progress normally once the disorder is corrected. Occasionally, surgery is required.. This can be performed safely and yields excellent results. • • • SPEAKING OF YOUR HEALTH: Most cities have a poison control center, with the telephone number listed in your local directory. Should the need arise, call immediately. Dr. Lester Coleman has prepared a special booklet for readers of the column entitled, "Pay Attention to Tour Heart" For your copy, sen* 25 cents In coin and a large self-addressed 6-cent stamped envelope to Lester L, Coleman, M.D., .P.O. Box 5170, Grand Central Station, New York, N. Y. 10017. 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Small-town playwright lias a play.done on Broadway, and falls in love with the play's star. CD Foul DUon Show 9:30 O Jack LaLanne O Graham (Cont'd) O (•> Theater (Cont'd) «T) Pnyl Dixon (Cont'd) 10:00 O Lvcy Show n D'nah'a Piece O <»> Theater (Cont'd) S3 Paul Dixon (Cont'd' 10:30 Movie Game . t^t Concentration fp| Beverly Hillbillies CD That Girl 11:00 O Girl Talk Century Sale O Family Affair CD Bewitched 11:30 • O News R Hollywood Sajvarct O Lave of Life (El Evewitaou News 12:00 O Chackwagaa Theater O Joopardy O Where the Heart la CD SO-SO Oak 12:30 O Chackwagaa (Cont'd) . O Jim Gerard O Search for Tomorrow CD SO-SO Cluh (Cont'd) 1:00 Q (B) Hollywood Mavio "Forbidden Street" (1949), with Maureen O'Hora ond Dana Andrews. 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