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Page 2 THE TIP TON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE 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 Subscription PAID IN ADVANCE - No mall 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 POSTABE PAID IN TIPTON, DID. PUBLISHED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1971 Nixon Administration Critisized For Dragging If s Heels TELEVISION SCHEDULE . 6:00 O (B) Dick Von Dyke ' O Eorlv Report " Q tig New, © Eyewitness Newt r . © What's New 6:30 O Daniel Boone . Israel becomes ottqehed to on ancient Indian who is secretly planning revenge for the long ogo massacre of his.tribe. _V >--.^W ~ ..." "•» GO AHEAD BUY O forl» Report (Cont'd) O Bi9 Naws (Cont'd) fB ABC Newt £J3 . Misraregars 7:00 O Daniel Boone (Cont'd) O NBC News ' O CBS News 10 Beat the Clack ED "(B) Knew Your Antiques Ralph and Terry Kovel discuss collecting and restoring antiques. 7:30 O l-U. Basketball Michigon State ot Indiona. Q Julia The school principal tells Julia that Corey has a very high I .Q. and should attend a school for gifted children. O Beverly Hillbillies Jethro strikes out again in his efforts to achieve stature os an "honored being" when Mrko sends him packing and Banzai turns down a chance to share o bachelor pad with him. © Med Squad The squad helps a zealous detective sergeant get the goods on a known dope pusher, but the pusher insists' he's been framed. ED (B) Bridge 8:00 { O Basketball (Coht'rf) Q The Everglades News special examining the present condition, of the Everglades National Park and the " many threats to its existence. O .Green Acres Lisa's efforts to entertain web- footed royalty in" the person" of Drobney the DotIt are somewhat stymied when becomes homesick. tB Mod Squad (Cont'd) ED (B) Forsyte Sosa Repeat of Sunday's program. S:30 O Basketball (Cont'd) and let us provide the financing! If it's a new car you need and want, a low cost auto loan from our bank will make it possible! Tell us what terms suit you best ... then let us show you how easy it is to finance through usl COME IN SOON! •ITIZENS IATIONAL By BERNARD BRENNER UPI Farm Editor WASHINGTON (UPI) - The Nixon administration is dragging its heels in activating a new congressional policy of expanding insured rural housing credit into medium-sized towns, the National Rural Housing Coalition charges. Agriculture Department officials, interviewed separately, say they're ; moving carefully because they don't want to operate their rural credit program in towns which may qualify by size, but are basically urban in character. The broadened new credit authority probably won't get much use until after July 1, a spokesman said. The controversy revolves around a housing act amendment which had not been requested by the administration, but which won congressional approval late last year. Under previous law, rural housing loans insured by the Agriculture Department's Farm Homes Administration could be made only for homes in the open country O Everglades (Cont'd) O H«a Haw . Hank Williams Jr., and Jody Miller join Buck Owens and Roy Clark. tB Movie af Waek "Moybe I'll Come Home in the Spring" (TV Movie), starring Solly Field and Jackie Cooper. A teen-age • run-away returns home only to find deeper family conflicts. ED <•) Forsyte (Cont'd) 9:00 O Purdue Basketball Purdue ot Illinois. O Tuesday Movia ''Modigan" (1968), starring Richard Widmark, Henry Fonda and Inger Stevens. Two detectives of the NYPD's 23rd Precinct ore given just 72 hours to bring in an' armed homicide suspect. . O Hea Haw (Cont'd) O Movia (Cont'd) ED The Advocates "Should Nuclear Power Plant Construction Be Continued?" 9:30 O Basketball (Cont'd) O Movia (Cont'd) O •» The Family O Movia (Cont'd) ED Advocates (Cont'd) 10:00 0 Basketball (Cont'd) Q Movia (Cont'd) O CBS Naws Special "Chonging War In Indochina.", (Port I). fE) Marcus Walby, M.D. Dr. Welby's office nurse fells in love with a rich and old fashioned man from Mexico City. By LESTER U COLEMAN. M.D. Reminders for Safer Living Dr. Coleman MANY household plants, lovely as " they look, can be dangerous when nibbled be cause they contain poisonous substances. The plant Dieffenbachia one of the worst offenders. Among- other plants tha must not be eaten are' the poinsettia, th£ p telodendron, the laurel, azaleas, and lilies of the valley. Since there are often many plants in and around the home, a concentrated ' effort must be made to educate everyone, especially children, emphasizing that plants are to look at, not to munch on. • »•••' • Asthmatic patients are warned to avoid aerosol bomb dispensers'of drugs that can' be purchased for the .relief of asthma. The propellent gases have been found to be very dangerous to asthmatic patients. None of these should be purchased or used by asthmatic patients without the most. specific directions of a doctor.- More than twenty million Americans were injured during' the last year in and around the so-called safety of the home. < Power tools, short-circuited television sets, exploding glass 0 111 e s, unprotected glass doors, carelessly constructed toys, gas heaters, and bicycles were among the many sources of these accidents. •" r The security within your' home may be false when you consider how of ten dangerous accidents occur, mostly by carelessness. It takes concentrated, thoughtful attention to seek out possible sources of harm. Don't wait until the accident occurs before realizing the potential danger. 1 have often recommended that the whole family make a game out of uncovering hidden hazards. While walking after dark, pedestrians in Sweden are wearing small tags that reflect light These reflective tags are also being used on children's clothing, handbags, umbrellas and bicycles, to alert motorists. ' Our Department of Health, Education and Welfare is encouraging the use of these tags to reduce after-dark accidents. Dr. Coleman welcomes letters from readers, and, while he cannot undertake to answer each one', he wlU use questions in his column whenever possible and when they are of general interest. Address your letters to Dr. Coleman In care of this newspaper. (O 1971, Kins Features Syndicate, Inc.) FRY Fish and - Tenderlon SALAD BAR 4H BUILDING 5pmto8 p February 20 By HOBBS CHRISTIAN CHURCH .m. or in.rural towns of up to 5,500. population. Under the new amendment, loans can now be made in rural towns of up to 10,000 population. Farmers Home Administration officials nave not, so far, given their field offices authority to begin making loans in the estimated 700 towas falling in the 5.500 to 10,000 size class. Instead, they are trying first to determine how many of these towns'; can really be classed as' "rural" and thus eligible ( for FHAoperation. "They're moving too slowly and. too conservatively," a spokesman for • the National Rural Housing Coalition said. The spokesman said that if one tentative FHA formula for oper­ ating in the larger towns was adopted, it would eliminate most potential borrowers. The formula would permit. FHA loans in towns of 5,500 to 10,000 only if they were more than 50 miles away from towns of 25,000 or ' more.; -. j ^ Joseph Haspray j deputy administrator of 'the FHA, said the 50-mile formula, had been used only as a starting point for preliminary surveys by field agents. Haspray said agents also had been asked to report on cases where towns located inside a 50-mile zoneare nevertheless; actually rural— that is, without access to urban - type housing credit.' . The official said he could not predict how many of the 700 towns in the newly eligible size class will eventually be. ruled eligible for FHA housing loans. The FHA, Haspray said, is trying to draft "some kind of rule that will classify each of these towns as rural or urban." at Public Opinion With Mixed Emotions By STEWART HENSLEY UPI Diplomatic Reporter WASHINGTON (UPI) -The Niton administration is gratified by tfi e r?! itively mild reaction in the United States to the A]lied ! drive into Laos, contrasting sharply with the bitter denunciations of and S3 San Francisco Mis A montage of human experiences. 10:30 & Basketball (Cont'd) O Mavia (Cont'd) O CSS Naws Special (Cont'd) fS Walby (Cont'd) Hj) Thirty Minatas Elizabeth Drew interviews noted nationol personalities. 11:00 O Local News . O Final Report O Local News CD Eyewitness News f 11:30 CI (B) Parry Mason O Tonight Q Lota Show "The Killers" (1964), with Lee . Marvin and Angie Dickinson. , Two assassins kill o teocher and then try. to discover where he hid one million dollars. © Dick Cavort Wed., Feb. 17 ; 6:30 f3 Today In Indiana .O Sunrise Semester (0 Consultation 7:00 O (" Panorama O Today O CBS News .; Safety Corner 7:30 O Kartao'n Kornival : O Today 'Cont'd) O CBS News (Cont'd)' CJ3 Kindergarten College 8:00 O Karnivat (Cont'd) O Today 'Cont'd) O Captain Kangaroo ' |Q .Callage (Cont'd) • : 8:30 O Kornival .(Cont'd) O Today (Cont'd) O Copt. Kangaroo (Cont'd) • HJ Man Trap. 9:00 O W Topper . .Virginia Graham . O' Ceffeo Cup Theater "Cattle Drive" (1951). with Joel McCrea and Dean - Stockwell. Spoiled son of a railroad magnate finds friendship on a cattle drive. (Q Paul Dixon Show 9:30 O Jock LoLanne O Graham. (Cont'd) O Thoatcr (Cont'd) fQ Paul Dixon (Cont'd) > 10:00 •*», Lucy Show Dinah 's Place O Theater (Cont'd) © Paul Dixon (Cont'd) " 10:30 *J| Movia Game Concentration F« Beverly Hillbillies © That Girl 11:00 O Girl Talk Century Sate C1| Family Affair © Bewitched 11:30 • O Newt. Hollywood Squares f| Love of Life © Eyewitness News' 12:00 O Chuckwagon Theater ' O Jeopardy O Where the Heart Is © SO-SO Club 12:30 O Chuck<«.iann (Cont'd) O Afternoon/Channel 6 O Search • for Tomorrow fJQ SO-SO Club (Cont'd) 1:00 O IB) Hollywood Movia "In the Good Ole Summertime" (1949), with Von Johnson and Judy Garland.• Pen . pols meet withcut realizing who. each other is. ' © Afternoon 'Cont'd) (3) Local Newi IB 50-30 Club (Cont'd) ' demonstrations last spring . against the; Cambodian j incursion.' • I Some offiiials, however, view •' the. change \ with mixed emo- . lions. They naturally like to see the Allied effort in Indoc'iin) receive what • appears to be overwhelming public backing. But they are aware that much of this support is based upon complacency and wo.i'.J backfire on the President if things took a turn for the worse. In other words, they consider . public apathy , somewhat less' ', thin a solid base for confident ..official action. Success in Question The lack of any. official claims here as to what may be j achieved by the assault.on the • Ho Chi Minh trail in .Laos,: ra;)3orted by heavy American air attacks,; reflects uncertainty j as to the level of success that, may be is'iieved. . j The effort by 20,000 South Vietnamese; troops to disrupt Hanoi's supply line southward until the dry season ends! around May 1 makes sens?! hut i military standpoint. It . also mak.»s aans^, if successful, from the standpoint of withdrawing more U.S. troops— at least oyer the short range. Whether it is going to prove to have beisi A wise move from _ the standpoint of achieving peace and stability in Southeast Asia is mother matter. South Vietnam's vice pMsidsnt, Nguyen Cao Ky, has voiced doubts on this score. He said the South "Vietnamese had found it difficult, once they invaded Cambodia, to pull out of the country. And he expressed the iopinion this might well prove to Ybe the case in .the Laotian ;panhandle. i i • Political Gambit j . Ky's conclusion was that the ,Saigon government might ultimately find that virtually all • the U.S. troops had gone home /and left South Vietnam with a ivar on . three fronts. U.S. .officials privately dismissed • this as a political gambit, since : 'they think that Ky wants to run v 1:30 ' ' • O IB) Movie (Cont'd) '43 Memory; Gome O As W or !d Turni IB Moke A Deal j 2:00 O IB) Movia (Cont'd) O Days of Our Lives . CI Many Splendared Thing IB Newlywed Game 2:30 Q. (B) Movie (Cont'd) . O The 1 Doctors O The. Guiding Light (B. Dating Game ' ! 3:00 O Gourmet O Another World O Secret Storm IB Gcnerol j Hospital 3:30 O <B) Lone Ranger 'O Bright Promise : O Edge of Night < IB One Life to Live \ 4:00 . Q Popeye and Jania • r Q Another World : O' Gomet 'Pyle © Dork Shadows ! 4:30 ' : . ; ! O Popeye; (Cont'd) O Mike Douglas O Early Show ("The Art.of Love" (1965). with i James Garner and Elke Sommer. ! , Starving American artist living •; in Paris, plans fake suicide to! 'arouse interest in his paintings. i ?(B Big Valley j Sesame Street | '• " : 5:00 .- ! , O Batman * ,0 Mike Douglas (Cont'd) ' ' < Early Shew (Cont'd) ! . 'IB Valley (Cont'd) Sesame (Cont'd) •i 5:30 CI (B) Addoms Family ' Mike Douglot (Cont'd) • •'•IV O' Early Show (Cont'd) L iB Dragnet • 63 Misterogars ° "for- president ia the September; elections in South Vietnam, i If the Laotian.operation fails to produce any great success | and the South | Vietnamese | thrusts" farther sputh : into the new Communist .sanctuary in Cambtdia fails to. deal the. enemy a major] defeat, the situation a year from now could be somewhat more grim then anticipated. In this-connection, the stroke ; suffered by Cambtdian Premier-Lon Nol,worries officials j in Washington more than they will admit publicly. Heart Attack? Facts Presented Here May Save Your Life *Alan Soffong - (Continued from page one) eau Board meeting Monday evening: :.. • ..:•!.''. ' President Ned Kemper conducted the meeting with minutes read by Secretary Mrs. Edith Johnson. Devotions entitled, "George Washington, Mahdf Mobility" and "Joy—A Needed Quantity" was read by Mrs. Paul Larson. The membership pancake breakfast held'February 8 at the 4-H and Community Building under the direction of Max Crouch was a success. The Young Farmers Convention was announced for March 11 and 12 at-the Marot Hotel in Indianapolis. Alan Sottong will times las] great during the first It may occur while you're driving an automobile, earing a meal, mowing the lawn, watching television, sleeping or in countless, other situations: I • You feel a prolonged oppressive pain or discomfort in the center of your chest, just behind the breastbone. ' • The | pain may radiate to a shoulder, arm, neck or jaw. ! • The pain or discomfort is often accompanied by sweating. ! ' i • Nausea, vomiting and shortness of breath may also occur. '',. • The symptoms may subside, then return. - Symptoms vary but there are the usual warning signs of heart attack. ' j If these things happen to you, you may be suffering a heart attack. And, if this is the case, the next 72 hours may be | the most critical in your whole life.. : The' first four hours are especially perilous. Although your hebrt may be literally "too gocjd to die," having suffered | relatively minor heart muscle jdamage, the chances of your incurring a severe and ordinarily fatal change in heart|rhythm (ventricular fibrillation) a*re about 23 represent Tipton County at the conclave. A financial report for the past year was read by Ned Kemper. • Talent to represent Tipton County Farm Bureau at the State Fair) Farmers day program/was discussed. All Tipton County Farm' Bureau women are urged to attend the Spring Workshop 9:30- a.m. on April 19 at Gateway in Mar ion. Anyone interested in attending should contact Mrs. Paul Larson, Tipton County. Women's Leader.! . The next board meeting will be March 15 in the board room at the Farm Bureau Insurance office at 7:30 p.m. four hours than during the next 24. ; Instant recognition of heart attack symptoms, and immediate medical assistance, may well represent the difference between! life and death insofar as yo.u-are concerned. Minutes and seconds count. '\ The first thing; for you to remember is minimize physi-? cal exertion.. Then, immediately,! you should call a doctor—or, | preferably, have someone do it for you. If for any reason you can't, reach him, do not delay but get by the speediest means to the emergency room of the nearest hospital with the hope of getting 'wired for Sound" at WASHINGTON MARCH OF EVENTS LIKENS ATTACKS ON RADICALS TO FASCISM the earliest possible moment. Get there in an ambulance, automobile or taxi. But get there^-and fast! Ideally, within minutes you will be in a coronary care unit with electrodes touching your skin as a part of' a complex system which continuously monitors the heart's electrical activity. If there is any change in heart rhythm or rate above or below a preset range, an alarm will sound and within seconds skilled personnel will act to forestall or correct whatever is wrong—most often an irregularly or rapidly beating heart, shock or total cessation of circulatory functions. Despite the fact that the first hours are the most critical, one group of researchers found that the average "decision time"—that is, the time intervening between the onset of symptoms and lifting the phone off the cradle—is three or more hours. On the average, it is believed, about eight hours elapse between the start of warning signs and one's admission to a hospital emergency room. . The decision to seek medical assistance is far too serious to be entrusted to the patient himself. It is a responsibility that must be accepted by the wife, husband, relative, or friend. In the next installment, we shall examine the coronary care unit and its enormous life-saving potential—a potential which depends very largely on recognition of symptoms, and moving immediately to seek medical assistance. „ . " . *Some Breakfast (Continued from page one) the advocacy of sugar; elimination of toys, gimmicks and bonuses to make a child select one food over another;, restruc- tin in the number and timing of advertisements; separation of advertisements from program content,. and the. establishment of a"" research center to maintain surveillance over television's impact on children." "We challenge the food and broadcasting industries to adopt a code which would regulate their advertising practices," he said. SILVER COACH NEW YORK (UPI>- National Basketball Association Commissioner Walter Kennedy announced Monday that a poll will be taken to select one man as the silver anniversary coach of the previously selected Silver Anniversary team. Ronald Dallums The Black Panthers' very Good Friend- At the United CONGRESSMAN SUPPORTS NEW LEFT AND-PAJWHERS ^—' By HENRY CATMCAhT Central Press Washington Correspondent]- wrASHINGTON— Those acquainted with the political, record \\ of freshman Rep. Ronald Dellums, b-Calif., were not surprised when the! California congressman opened a "U.S. war crimes" display" in his new Capitol Hill of fice_ • . In his Longworfh office building- suite Dellums has invited radical anti-war groups to set up exhibits that allegedly portray atrocities by VS. troops in Vietnam. ; . J I A Dellums aide said] the display is designed to contrast with another on Capitol Hill- depicting the plight of American prisoners of war in South Vietnam! ' What kind of a congressman would do this? Dellums' record of support for Black Panther and New Left causes is lengthy. | ^^s|l|^^BJ In February of 1968 j Dellums was a keynote VsaliaV ^taflBs! ' • s P 0:lker at an Oakldnd'birthday party for Pan- 1 ther. minister of defense Huey Newton. (New- tori was in jail!at thej time of the party, but ' Panther chieftain Eldridge Cleaver joined Dellums as master of ceremonies of the affair.) In .1969 Dellums was a participant in another Panther-supported affair in' Oakland. Front Against Fascism Conference, Dellums shared a panel discussion on political.prisoners with Weatherman . fugitive Jeff Jones. . . [ | . ' Dellums makes no effort to hide his support of the Panthers. "The attack onj the Panthers is tantamount to Fascism and l must be. seen not unlike the McCarthy era," he says. . • ' •. ' " ; . I • •. • »„.*'* *• !•' • . • '. • WELFARE ABUSE—California Gov. Ronald Reagan who made a strong impression on reporters here in a recent appearance before the National Press Club, made telling points for his case against welfare abuses: "Los Angeles County estimate-* 17,000 recipients! of welfare are fully employed. Smaller Alameda County Has 3,559 and says almost 400 have earnings in excess of $600 a month/ '' ill | "A survey involving almost'one-half jof California recipients | Charm your dream With ' reveals that the iearnirigs or outside income of employed welfare - ' recipients averages $346 a month and tJie average welfare, grant, added'to those earnings 'is-$186—for a total of $532 a month. : "Yet mothers | of dependent children who have no outside income receive ayerag;e grants, of $207-t-only $21 "more than the grant given to employed recipients." The one-time actor was likewise entertaining. "A woman wii granted welfare^ by reason of pregnancy."' he explained. "When the. passing months revealed her • pregnincy, Jlke the report of Mark Twain's death, was exaggerated, ihjc was taken off welfare. "A judge ordered her reinstated, She is now in her 15th month of pregnancy and on; welfare." I J -".'"' Another story that drew, laughs: "Coniplicating all these problems are regulations ordering confidentiality of case records. One California welfare director had to get u court order before his own) employes would give him information on welfare recipients. "flt turned out a member of his reluctant staff was also the're- cipidnt he had been inquiring about.'" i . • Ik ' I'' * * *•'"*! i • liu 'S CKITIQUE OS CRITIC— A Columbia A Lirtla University historian revealed notes from inter- ! » , • views with Lyndon B. Johnson that indicated the • at «°' former president's extreme distaste for Arkansas Probtam SenJ J, William Fulbright, the Senate ij'oi^elgn Re- City Cab 24hr Service James Sawders Billie Green MANAGERS 675-7396 .—.—— > I a charm for her bracelet, j I See the wide selection { lations Committee chairman who was a leading critic of Johnson. I Asked why FUlbrtght opposed U.S. Intervention in Vietnam and I the Dominican Republic, , . racial problem. I Ho cannot understand skins value freedom, too." of charms at the president Replied: "It's some little that people with brown EARL G. RHODES Jewefer L ____,.---J

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