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as»-e 2 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE THURSDAY, FEUKUAKY 4, 1071 TELEVISION SCHEDULE 6:00 O <B) Dick Van Dyke O Early .Report O Big News .GD Eyewitness News 0D Shot 's New 6:30 O Domel Boone -Gabe and Josh undertake a war- .time mission; O Early Report (Cont'd) Q Big News (Cont'd). .10 ABC News 03 Misterogers 7:00 O Daniel 'Boons (Cont'd) O NBC News O CBS News © Pacer Basketball Pacers versus Pittsburgh ot Ky. 03 (8) Waking Things Grow 7:30 O Petticoat Junction Kathy Jo almost misses her first birthday party when she lands in jaff with Uncle Jce. O Flip Wilson Flip's guests are Joe .Ncmath, Johnny Mothis, , George Corlin and Abby .Lincoln. £J Family Affair Buffy Jongs to belong to the Mod .Maidens, a" club for which she is "too young. ~* CD Basketball (Cont'd. 03 (B) Folk Guitar 8:00 0 Truth or Consequences O Flip Wilson (Cont'd) 0 Jim .Nabors Hour Engelbert Humperdinck is Jim's special guest. £3 Basketball (Cont'd) 03 Week In Renew Copitol Hill newsmen look behind the week's headlines. 8:30 O What's MyMline O Ironside iVhen a jockey takes three bed falls, causing his mount to lose an important race, officials ask Ironside to investigate. O Nabora (Cont'd) © Basketball (Cont'd) ED NET Playhouse "Hard Trave.lin' " Ralph Meeker star's in Millard Lompell's vignettes of exploitation in the. ! 930's 9:00 Q David Frost Dom DeLutse, Tom Paxton, Ta-. miko Jones and Jackie Kahane join David. • . O IronsiJes (Cont'd) - : {0 Thursday Movie "The Power" •( 1968), starring George Hamilton arid Suzanne Pleshette. Science, fiction story dealing with the unusual' power of o member of a scientific research group who possesses the ability to drive his colleagues to the limit of humon endurance. CD Danny Thomas When Danny is forced to apologize to a singer for blowing up over her rudeness, he goes to frier apartment where tie meets a sweet girl, who claims to be the singer's sister. CD PlayhauM (Cont'd) 9:30 O Fro ** (Cont'd) O Adam-12 Officer Ed Wells (Gary Crosby), needles Officer Reed for being too trusting of his fellow man. O Movie (Cont'd) CE) Dan August August investigates the claim of self defense by o retired judge who. has killed on apparently un- ormed stranger. Q3 Playhouse (Cont'd) 10:00 Q Frost (Cont'd) O Dean Martin Deon's guests ore Zero Mostel, Ruth Buzzi, Paul Lynde and the Dihg-a-Ling Sisters. O Movie (Cont'd)' fE) August (Cont'd) 03 Soul Ha! Joakson is host'to the Staple Singers, Willie Feaster and Ithe Three Degree*. 10:30 O Local News O Dean Martin (Cont'd) O Movie (Cont'd) CD Dragnet 03 Soul (Cont'd) 11:00 © (B) Perry Mason CJ Final Report O Local News CO Eyewitness News 11:30 O Perry Mason (Cont'd) " O Tonight O Late Shaw "Deep Waters" (1959), with Dana Andrews and Dean Stockwell. Story of on orphan's devotion to the moo who adopts him. CD OickCavett Fri., Feb. 5 6:30 O Today In Indiana Q Sunrise Semester fpl Quest For Adventura 7:00 O <B) Panorama O Today O CBS News CE) Clover Power 7:30 O Xartoon Karnival O Today' (Cont'd) © CBS News (Cont'd) CD Kindergarten College 8:00 © Karnival (Cont'd) O Today (Cont'd) O Captain Kangaroo CO College (Cont'd)' 8:30 Q Karnival (Cont'd) Coverage of the Lunar walk will be carried beginning at 8:30 a.m. by Q, O. CD- O Today (Cont'd) O Copr. Kangaroo (Cont'd) (Q Man Trap 9:00 Q (B) Topper - O Virginia Graham O Coffee Cup Theater Picture will be preempted if. lunar walk precedes, as-scheduled. CD The Paul Dixon Show 9:30 O lack LaLenae O Graham (Cont'd) Q Theater (Cont'd) ; CD Paul Dixon (Cont'd) 10:00 0 Lucy Show 0 Dinah Share O Theater (Cont'd) CD Foul Dixon (Cont'd) 10:30 Q Movie Came O Concentration O Beverly Hillbillies CO Thai Girl 11:00 O Girl Talk O Century Sale O Family Affair CO Bewitched 11:30 O News How would you answer these questions PASTOR DONALD W. BtESTER 330 FA1RVIEW AVENUE PHONE 675-6461 1. Have you come to a place in your spiritual life where you know for certain that if you died today you would go to heaven? 2. Suppose that you were to die tonight and stand before God and He were to say to you, "Why should I let you into My Heaven?" What would you say? The Bible answers these questions very clearly and with very definite answersl But In a survey of Christian people across the United States-people who attend church of any deno- •• " mihation- less than 50% could state the way to ~~. Heaven! Next Sunday, February 7, 1971, we at Emanuel Lutheran will study the answers to these two basic questions in our Sunday morning services at 8:15 and 10:30 a.m. Hear the sermon- "You can be saved, if..." MISSOURI SYNOD STATE ROAD 19. SOUTH '- TIPTON. INDIANA 46072 O Hollywood Square! O 'Love of Life CO Eyewitness Newi 12:00 O Chuckwoeon Theater O Jeopard* O Where the Heart If CD SO-SO Club 12:30 O Chuckwogon (Cont'd.' O Afternoon/Channel 6 O Search for Tomorrow CO 50-50 Club (Cont'd) . 1:00 0 <B> Hollywood Movie "Go for Broke" (1951), vsith Van Johnson and Warner Anderson. The exploits of the 442nd Regimental Combe* Teara. O Afternoon (Cont'd)* O Local Mews CO SO-SO Club (Cont'd) 1:30 O (B) Movie (Cont'd) Q Words end Music O As World Turns IB Let's Make A Deal 2:00 O (B) Movie (Cont'd) O Days of Our Lives O Mony Splendored Thing^ CO Newlfwed Game 2:30 O (B) Movie (Cont'd) O The Doctors . O The Guiding Light CO Dating Gome . 3:00 .. O Gourmet Q Another World O Secret Storm CO General Hospital . 3:30 O IB) Lone Ranger . O Bright Promise O Edge of Night CO One Life ta Live 4:00 O Popeye and Jonie O Another World O Gomer Pyle . . CO Dark Shadows 4:30 O fopeye (Cont'd) '. . O Mike Douglas O (B) Early Show , "Magic Town" (1947). with James Stewart and Jane VVyman. Man finds a town that parallels oil national poll resulfs. CO Big Valley 23 Sesame Street 5:0.0 O Batman O Mike. Douglas (Cont'd) O (B) Early Show (Cont'd) CD Big Valley (Cont'd) ' Q3 Sesame (Cont'd) 5:30 O (B) Addams Family , O Mike .Douglas (Cont'd) O IB) Early Show (Cont'd) <•' CO Dragnet 83 Misterogers Landing in Lunar Hills .By AL ROSSITER JR. UPI Space Writer SPACE CENTER, . Houston (UPI)—Apollo 14's astronauts outdistanced their troubles and swung into orbit around the moon today to set the stage for the" $400 million mission's payoff —man's first landing in the' lunar hills early Friday. "Wow, it's realiy a wild place up here!" exclaimed Commander Alan B. Shepard, America's 47-year-old space pioneer who waited 10 years to go to the moon. "It has all of the grays, browns, white and dark craters- that Everybody's talked about before. "It's really quite a sight," Shepard 'said, "No atmosphere at all. Everything's- clear up here. It's really fantastic." A 6-rairiute, 12-second braking blast from Appilo 14's biggest engine ended the astronauts' 3V2 -day, 23Qi000-miie. journey from Earth and started three busy days of scientific investigation on and above the moon. "';. 'Extremely Fine Burn* , "Ok, Fredo, we had an extremely fine burn," Shepard told ground communicator Fred W. Haise, who missed an opportunity to walk on the moon 10 months ago when the Apollo 13 flight was aborted by an- oxygen tank explosion. Shepard. and his rookie crewmen, Stuart A. Roosa, 37, and Edgar D. Mitchell, 40, were looping around the moon's leading edge when the firing slowed Apollo 14 2,060 miles per hour and dropped it into a 3,782 m.p.h. orbit at 2 a.m. EST. The pilots emerged around the other side 19 minutes later. Apollo 14's initial orbit around the moon.ranged from 67.3 to 194.1 miles above the lunar surface. Left behind were two problems that dogged their race to the moon —Sunday night's difficulty docking the lunar lander with the command ship, and Wednesday's discovery of a slightly low voltage in a battery m the moon landing ship. BjaVund experts' said they would, not interfere with the astroJ iiauts' exploration of the moon's surface. Still ahead, fqur hours later. was a ticklish 21-second command ship engine firing designed to drop . the lander Antares into an orbit only 11 miles above the moon for its final descent. Moonwalks To Come Shepard" and Mitchell are scheduled to land in a shallow valley on the moon's hilly Fra Mauro formation at 4:17 a.m. Friday. They will spend 33VV hour,s there, and conduct two moonwalks of between four and five hours each. Their mission is to rkurn with geological treasures that may write a new chapter in the history of the moon. .: j . "It looks like a piaster mold that, somebody has dusted with grays and browns," said Mitchell. "It looks like it's been molded out of plaster of Paris. "It's interesting to see it from orbit. All .it does is whet your appetite to get to Cone crater," j Mitchell said. Cone crater. 4.000 feet east of the The Tipton Daily Tribune 221 223 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 , Subs|c'ription : PAID Ilf ADVANCE- No mail subscription accepted where carrier delivery is maintained. Member: UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL Entered as Second Class Matter October 4, 1895 at tne Post Office in Tipton, Indiana, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1897. SECOND -CLASS POST ABE PAID IN TIPTON, IND. PUBLISHED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY landing site, is the astronauts' prime objective because scientists think j it is littered with car-sized boulders blasted.out of the moon's primative crust billions of years ago. . Roosa quickly spotted prominent craters and other features he will use as landmarks for many hours of 'scientific observation! from orbit while his By LESTER L COLEMAN. M.D.- • Rehabilitating the Addict THE JPUVGUE of drugs has done at" Lome, with fewer One of the most widely violated axioms is - "Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today." Procrastination is a bad habit. Unlike some other bad habits however, the procrastination habit can be easily changed. Naturally, the good habit of doing things when they should be done replaces the bad habit of putting things off. Common sense tells us that doing things that can and, should be done today - gives] us more time to do more things tomorrow. This is especially true for kind words that can and should be spoken to those in doubt or trouble. It holds true too when we step out of our way to help those, who need help - now - today. Practicing decent humanities can crowd out the bad habits of procrastination that keeps us from doing the things we: want to do, from being the kind of people we want to be. There is good advice in Proverbs 27:1 - "Boast nofof thyself of tomorrow; for thou knowest not what a day may bring forth." • PHIL NICHOLS, young-Nichols Funeral Home Phcet 675-4780 . 216 W. Jefferson St. . ' hit our little town. too. At a recent meeting', methadone was spoken of as the answer to the problem of drug addiction.. • Can you tell us more about this drug? . M Town Club, Ohio Your descriptive word "p 1 a g u e" is well chosen.. In fact, it mini- . miits the magnitude of the problem that envelops all of us. Methadone is a synthetic chemical, narcotic. In itself it is an addictive drug. It is purposely substituted for the dangerous drug, heroin.; Why.j then, is one addictive drug substituted' for another? .Methadone, in most • patients under treatment for heroin addiction;! does not produce the changes in behavior and the incessant craving characteristic of heroin. Most important, "because methadone blocks or interferes with the sensations produced by heroin, addicts tinder treatment jdo not have to steal, mug, kill or, in the case of- women; depend on- prostitution to satisfy their constant craving for heroin. One of the most intensive and well • controlled programs substituting methadone for heroin is now functioning at the Beth Israel. Medical Center in New York City. Here; admission to the program is entirely voluntary. Treatment is limited to those heroin i addicts | who do not have additional addiction to alcohol or other drugs. The first part of this very complex program takes about one month of intensive cooperation between the addict and his advisors. During this time, he. is given methadone, under strict supervision,, to prevent him from falling back into the tempting trap from which he is trying.to escape. He then graduates into an-, other part of the program. Now, he is allowed more responsibility and may even be permitted to take the metha- yisits to the hospital clinic. During ( this time, doctors, psychiatrists, psychologists, and social workers make every •effort to give the addict real insight into the reasons for his addiction. Methadone has given these educators the leverage and the hold on the addict by which he can be|re h abi 1 i ta t ed. Throughout all the phases, from the depth'of dope addiction to making him a productive human being, he must continue to take methadone. As long! as he takes the drug, he- will be freed of the. compelling) urge to return to heroin and] the nightmare from .which he has escaped. With thie help of dedicated counsellors, he can once, again be a dignified, functioning member ofj society. Unfortunately, there is not total . agreement about the methadone) program. Many - critics believe that the substitution of one addiction for another is. not the ideal solution. Certainly, methadone is hot the total answer. No one can deny that ihe basic.reasons for becoming |an addict are not -changed by methadone. . Unless the psychological, the social, and! the educational efforts are intensively pursued, this "and any other program must eventually fail. But I believe the methadone program . is far better than any otheij. existing program. Until a better one arrives this one must jhe encouraged. The ideal program is, of course, the one that prevents ' any human being from becoming, an addict. .'.•-••. S.PEAIKING OF YOUR HEALTHi" A calm, relaxed ' attitude in the home is reflected in] the. personality of the children. Dr. l>ster Coleman haa prepared a special booklet for readers ofj the column entitled, "Pay Attention to Your Heart." For your copy, send 25 cents In coin and a large, self-addres»ed 6-cent (tamped envelope to Lester I* Coleman, M.D., P.O. Box 5170, Grand Central Station, New York, N. Y. 10017. Please mention the booklet by title. - STILL TIME TO SAVE! SALE ENDS Saturday Feb. 6th PARSONS FURNITURE BUY NOW FOR LESS THAN HALF PRICE ON MANY ITEMS colleagues explore the surface. 'Like A NeonSign' "It really looks great for picking up all the targets ... It's just like a neon sign out there," Roosa said as he spotted one crater he was looking for. The Saturn rocket stage that propelled Apolio 14 toward the moon Sunday smashed into the eastern portion of the Ocean of Storms at 2:40 a.m. EST with the explosive impact of 11 tons of TNT. It hit . so hard, traveling at 5,690 m.p.h., that one scientist said it may have blasted rock debris into orbit. The seismometer left behind by the Apollo 12 astronauts 15 months ago' recorded the impact. By studying the zig-zag pattern of. the vibration recordings, geophysicists hope to learn more about the makeup of the lunar crust. Before reaching' the waxing moon, Shepard and Mitchell slithered back into Antares to check on the small voltage shortage in one of two batteries •in the takeoff section of the landing craft. The abnormality itself — three tenths of one. volt — was insignificant. But engineers wanted to make certain that it was not an indication of a' major problem that might lead to a dead battery. They directed Shepard and Mitchell to" run a number of electrical tests. Landing Preparations • The astronauts also were told further study of the docking problem showed the complicated apparatus was working properly and "we are still go for the^ mission." The astronauts were' scheduler! to sleep all afternoon. After awakening tonight, they* were to give Antares a final systems check to make certain- the battery is . still okay and that everything else is ready i for the final descent of the lunar surface. . Shepard and Mitchell are to unlatch Antares from the-nose of Kitty Hawk at 11:51 p.m. Roosa wiil inspect the craft and watch. ,its legs unfoid and then, he will shift: Kitty Hawk's orbit to a higher path where he will wait for his colleagues' return Saturday. The crucial landing phase begins at 4:05 a.nu Friday when Antares is over the northern rim of the crater Ptolemaeus. WE WANT MORE LOCAL NEWS... —Tell Us Like It Is— And Often! . Famous For Chinese And Cantonese Dinner ' Served All Hours AMERICAN FOOD Special Prices on Chinese, American Foods, home or parties. All orders freshly prepared. KOKOMO Monday to Thursday 227 N. Buckeye GL9-9066 China Clipper Restaurant

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