The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on February 2, 1971 · Page 2
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Page 2 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1971 The Tipton Daily Tribune E21-223 E. Jefferson Street Tipton, Indiana 46072. Phone 675-2115 .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 v Subscription PAID IN ADVANCE-No mail subscription . accepted where carrier delivery is maintained. s 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 POSTABE PAID IN TIPTON, IND. PUBLISHED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY • : • mm 4 * lives ago in ••• EVA PLAN — Alan B. Shepard and Edgar D. Mitchell plan two periods of extra vehicular activity (EVA) on the lunar surface after landing in the Apollo 14 lunar module. The targeted landing point i* Si the Fra Mauro area. The. first traverse consists of setting up thej Apollo lunar surface Experiment package ( ALSEP). the lunar surface ranging retro-reflector (LR3) V the solar wind composition experiment, collecting moon rW.s. traveling around Doublet Crater and returning to the lunar module. (This traverse is shown by dashes). After a rest period, the second EVA will begin (shown by dots and dashes) and will go to Cone Crater, about 3/1-mile away. If rime permits they will swing through Jhe Triplet Craters on the way.back. APOLLO 14 EMBLEM — Crew patch designedly astronauts Alan.B. Shepard, Jr., commander; Stuart A. Roosa, command module pilot; and Edgar D. Mitchell, lunar module pilot. It features the astronaut lapel pin approaching the Moon and leaving a cosmic trail from the. liftoff point on Earth. The Apollo 14 astronauts have named their command module "Kitty Hawk." and their lunar module "Antares." PRIME CREW •—Commander Alan.B. Shepard, Jr., center, command module pilot Stuart A. Roosa, left, and lunar module, pilot Edgar D. Mitchell,-right, arc shown with their Apollo 14 emblem. OUR ADVERTISERS ARE RELIABLE -Read Their Offers Here— Every Week. LOAN TRUST» NY ! FARMERS LOAN t*' & TRUST COMPANY 110 E. Jeff. St, Tipton, Indiana CATHERINE ROCKS — Alan B. Shepard, Jr., commander of. the Apollo 14 minsion uses tongs 10 gather, lunar samples in simulation exercises at the Kennedy Space Center, Fla. A 35-nrm stereo camera is attached to the chest area of his suit. The modularized equipment transporter in the background transports tools used on the Moon's surface. \ I we can help you - Relieve the strain of unpaid bills TODAY! Let us help solve your financial problems. •. .. eS Ed Melpche "your MONEY man" 112 N. Main Phone 675-4433 Today's Almanac - The Almanac By United Press International Today is Tuesday, Feb. 2, the 33rd day of 1971. The moon is in the first quarter. The - morning stars are Mercury, Venus, Mars and Jupiter. The evening star is Saturn. ' -Those born on this day are under the sign of Aquarius. • > On this day.in history: In 1848 Mexico sighed a treaty giving Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California to the United States for $15 million. In 1876 the National Baseball League was formed with teams from Boston, Chicago, Cincinnati, New York, Philadelphia, St. Louis, Louisville and Hartford. In 1933 Adolf Hitler, the new Nazi Chancellor, ordered dissolving of the Reichstag (Parliament). In 1969 two deaths in the world of the arts: Actor Boris Karloff at the age of 81 and Metropolitan Opera Star Giovanni Mar tinelii at 83. A thought for today: Roman poet Oyid said, "To be loved, be lovable." BETTY JO'S Beauty Permanent Special $8.95 BY APPOINTMENT ONLY 675-4894 Alice Kangat DEPLOYING THE ALSEP — Apollo 14 astronauts Alan B. Shepard, Jr.: commander (foreground) and Edgar D. Mitchell, lunar module pilot, practice deploying the Apollii lunar surface experiment package (ALSEP) in preparation for the mission !to be launched Jan. 31, 197L The simulated extravehicular activity was photographed at Kennedy Space Center, Fla. j TELEVISION SCHEDULE 6:00 O (B) Dick Van Dyke '"© Early Report 0 Big Newt CD Eyewitness News CD What's New • j ." . T 6:30 • . • j j ' O Daniel Boon* • ' { Josh and a nun ore the only survivors of on Indianmossodrei O Early Report (Cont'd) , O Big News (Cont'd) CD ABC Naws Q3 Misterogers 7:00 O Daniel Boon* (Cont'd) O NBC Newt O CBS Naws CD Beat the Clock . C© (B) Origami The art of paper folding. 7:30 O Petticoat Junction Uncle Joe installs a new bathroom at the Snady Rest Hotel. P Julia 1 ' , 'Julio,'having agreed to be a witness for cousin Sara in a court case/ discovers that her boyfriend is the lawyer for the opposition. O Bovarly Hillbillies Grohny and Elly May pursue, the course of women's lib. CD Movie of the Week "The Point" (TV Movie), with Dustin Hoffman narrating the fable of a young boy who learns that things do not.have to be. pointed to have a point. ' • j -QD (B> Bridga 8:00 O Purdue Basketball Purdue at Michigan. ' • O Don Knott* Bob Newhort, Mary Coilo, and , the Di Hards visit Don. O Green Acres Lisa's uncle sends her a sample of his latest invention, a cabbage toup with magical powers as a cleaning fluid. ' j CD Movia <9 >*Cd) £S (B) Forsyte Saga Repeat of Sunday's program. 8:30 O Basketball (Cont'd) O Don Knotts (Cont'd) O Hea Mow . Loretta Lynn ond Bill Anderson are Hee Haw guests. CD Movie (Cont'd) j G3 <B) Forsyte (Cont'd) ' 9:00 O Bosketball (Cont'd) ~Q First Tuesday A filmed report on radical changes' . that are under way In North Vietnam. . . O Hee Haw (Cont'd) |Q George Plimpton Special "The Mon .' on the F I y i n g Trapeze," a hour special of the .journalist's foray behind the scenes.of the Clyde Beatly-Cole Bros. Circus. E0 Hollywood TV Theater "The Aridersonville j Trial" with George C. Scott directing, and a cast including Buddy Ebsen, William Shotner and Richard Basehart in the dramatization of the trial of a Confederate prison' camp commander. • 1 | 9:30 O Basketball (Cont'd) 0 Tuesday (Cont'd) O In The Family CD Plimpton. (Cont'd) 03 Theater (Cont'd) j l 10:00 O Frost (Cont'd). O Tuesday (Cont'd) O 60 Minutes "Early Spiro Agnew." A look at the life of Spiro Agnew. CD Marcus Welby M.D. Rochel Roberts guest stars as a once successful orthopedic sur-- geon, now an alcoholic, who seeks help from Dr. Welby. S3 Theater (Cont'd) / ! 10:30 O Local News O Tuesday (Cont'd)' O 60 Minutes (Cont'd) CD Marcus Welby (Cont'd) G3 Theater (Cont'd) | 11:00 O Perry Mason O Final Report O Local News CD Eyewitness News . 11:30 O Perry Meson (Cont'd) Q Tonight O (B) Lata Show . "Longest'Hundred Miles" (1966); with Doug McClure and Ricardo Montolban. An American soldier " and an Army nurse oid Filipino children fleeing from the Japanese. ' !• . CD Dick Covert TV, Wed. I 6:30 O Today In Indiana. Q Sunrisa Semester |D Consultation ! 7:00 O ••) Panorama O Today Q CIS HI.I CD Safety Corner '. » 7:30 O Kartoon Karnival O Today (Cont'd) Q CBS News (Cont'd) CD Kindergarten College 8:00 Kern i vol (Cont'd) „ Today (Cont'd) .' Captain K«ji§ar»o O Today | (Cont'd) - _ . 0 Copt. Kangaroo (Cont'd) |0 Man Trap . ; ; 9:00 O (B) Topper W\ Virginia Grohom O (B) : Coffee CUp Theater ' "MoorlriseV (1948), with Dane Clark' and [Gail Russell.^ The son of a murderer is goe'ded into a fight with his" tormentor ond kills him. • • i. CD PaulDiion Show • j 9:30 '. O Jack LaLanne O Graham (Cont'd) Q (B) Theater (Cont'd) CD Paul Qixon (Cont'd) | 10:00 O Lucy Show O' Dinah's Place O IB) Theater (Cont'd! CD Pau ' Dixon (Cont'd) o o CD a o Q CD Bright Promise Edge.of Night One Life to Liv. 4:00 Popeye and Janie Another World Gomer Pyle Dark Shadow* 4:30 a a o 10:30 Movia Gome Concentration Beverly Hillbillies CD That Girl i H:0° a Girl Talk O Century Sate O Familyj Affair CD Bewitched 11:30 O News .O Hollywood Squares Q Uvo of Life CD Eyewitness News . 12:00 Chuckwdgon Tkeoter a O Jeopardy a CD Where |the' Heart 50-50 Club I 12:30: Chuckwagon (Cont'd) Afternoon/Channel 6 Search for'Tomorrow . 50-50 Club (Cont'd) 1:00 j O" Hollywood Morje "Night . People" Gregory Reck and Crawford, ijntrigue in Berlin. (1954), with Broderick a o CD O a Afternoon (Cont'd) Local flews 50-50 | Club (Cont'd) 1:30| Movie' (Cont'd) I Words and Music OAs World Turn's CD Make A Deal [ 2:00 O Movie |(Cont'd): O Days of Our Lives O Many Splen.dored Thing CD Nowlyv|ed Game 2:30 l(Cont'd)! ' a a Movie. The Doctors Q The Gu CD Dating a a o CD Colle.ge (Cont'd) 8:30 O Kornivol (Cont'd) Gourmet 1 Another World a a O, Secret CD General iding Light Game '_ ' 3:00 O Popeye (Cont'd) O Mike Douglas Q (B) Early Show "Poid in Full" (1950).' with Robert Cummings ond Lizobeth Scott. Younger sister marr.ei l^e man the oldest' girl lov.es. CD Big Volley £H Sesame Street 5:00 Q Batman O Mike Douglas (Cont'd) - O (B) Early Show (Cont'd) . CD Valley (Cont'd) 03 Sesame (Cont'd) 5:30 Q (B) Addams Family O Mike Douglas (Cont'd) O (B) Early Show (Cont'd) CD Dragnet S3 Misterogers HONOLULU - Jen-old Brown, a former tiippie who has become a policeman: "I think deep .down I always respected the police and would never have touched a policeman to harm him." BRIGHTON, England - Jerry Masters, owner of a worm that Sunday won what was called the world's first worm race: "Every day. for three weeks I've been telling him 'You're great, Youre're the champ,' and I think- it sunk in." Drop out now. Pay later. Twice as many dropouts are out of .work as high school graduates. If you're in school, stay there. To get a good job, get a good education. Storm Hospital 3:30 ; O (B) Lone Ranger

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