Holland Evening Sentinel, November 22, 1963, Page 3

Holland Evening Sentinel

November 22, 1963

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Holland Evening Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1963, Holland, Michigan PAGE TWO THE HOLLAND, MICHIGAN, EVENING SENTINEL FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1963 Staebler Set To Enter State Primary LANSING (UPD -Congress- man Neil Staebler reportedly has changed 'his mind about wanting to avoid a primary fight with former Gov. John B. Swainson for next year's Demo- cratic nomination for governor. Insiders report the Democrat- ic Congressrnan-at-Large from WHTC Holland Broadcasting Company Holland, Michigan on ysur Radio dial. Mutual News every hour and half hour, Friday, Nov. 22 EVENING 5 00 Weather News 5 05 Auctioneer 5'15 Speaking Sports Dinner Music Barber Bargains 5.45 Smitty Sport Slants 6 00 R E. Barber World in Brief 6 05 Sentinel News 6 "10 Michigan News 615 Dinner Music 6 35 Van Patrick 6 50 Dinner Music 7'00 Evening Serenade 8'05 Stale Local 9-35 The World Today Local News State News Evening Serenade 10.35 Football Scoreboard 10 45 Evening Serenade 10-50 Football Scoreboard 10.55 Evening Serenade 11 -05 Football Scoreboard 11.10 Evening Serenade Football Scoreboard 11'40 Evening Serenade 11.50 Football Scoreboard Evening Serenade Final News 12 05 Sign Oil WHTC FM High Lights 96.1M9 Mutual News on the Hour FRIDAY Sign On 3.30 New Directions in Stereo 360 4 05 America's Favorite Music 6 00 Fulton Lewis. Jr. 615 Songs oi France 7 00 Stereo Festival 9 05 Music oi The Masters World-State-Local 1015 Sign Off Saturday, Nov. 23 DAYTIME State and Local Headlines 6.35 State and Local News 6.45 Clock Watcher Windows 7 10 Football Scoreboard 7.35 Michigan and Local News Weather Sport News 7-45 Clock Watcher 8 10 Football Scoreboard Morning Koundup State 5 Local News 9 05 Morning Roundup 3.35 The World ol Folk Music 9 50 Gerald R. Ford Report 9 55 Michigan Man Power 10 00 Slate Local News 10 05 Platter Parade 11 00 State Local Hews Zeeland Hour 12 05 Sentinel News 1210 State Local News 12 15 Better Farming 12 55 Music 1 05 Musical Caravans 2 10 Sunnyside 3-35 Football Scoreboard 3 40 Sunnyside 1450 RECOMMENDED SUNDAY LISTENING ON WHTC ON YOUR DIAL MORNING Local Weather 8; Quartet Singing Time News Weather Serenade Reformed Church 11 -1 Reformed Church AFTERNOON for Jesuj Moments with the Master News of Life East Sougotuck Chr. Reformed Church 1 Lutheran Hour Graham Corner to God Hour News Vespers in Christian Life and Work EVENING and Local News for Sunday of Rest Services Calvary Christian Reformed Church of Truth for Christ Serenade State t Local Hews Serenade Symphony Off (WHTC's Sunday progrom in- cludes classical and ierni classi- cal music, organ music, and newscasts designed for Sunday listening) Ann Arbor is moving toward a decision to enter the governor- ship race. Earlier, Staebler said he would step aside to avoid a party squabble if Swainson decided to run again. But, he later added, Swainson would have to announce his candidacy by Jan 1. Pressure from top state Dem- ocrats was seen as the reason for Staebler's shifting position. "The pressure is the former Democratic State Chair- man acknowledged Thursday in Washington. "I am surprised at the volume The Democratic Party is jumping like popcorn on a hot stove." While he hasn't made a de- cision yet, Staebler admitted he was "impatient for the Demo- cratic party to start its cam- paign Staebler reportedly is the consensus choice for the nom- ination among state Democratic leaders who feel his vote-getting potential would be greater than Swainson's. Swainson recently expressed for the first time since his 1962 defeat by Gov. George Romney an interest in the nomination. But he said his decision would depend on his physical ability to wage another statewide cam- paign Staebler said Thursday he has given up hope that the Demo- cratic party leadership will be able to reach agreement this month on a candidate for 1964. Lake Baikal, in central Si- beria, is 385 miles long and be- tween 20 and 45 miles wide. Its Olkhon Crevice was measured to be feet deep. Investor's Guide By Sam Shulsky Q. I have some funds which I would like to put into a good stock that pays dividends in March, etc. I now own securities paying quarterly dividends be- ginning in January and Feb- ruary. A. There are a large number of good quality issues paying dividends March, June, September, and Decem- ber. Here are some: Liggett Meyers, Niagara Mohawk, Standard Oil of N.J., American Tobacco, Horn Hardart Co., Inland Steel, Socony, General Motors, Inter- national Nickel, New England T. T. Any broker can give you a great many more, as well as advise you which would best fit your portfolio. Q Would you please tell me how much new tax I would have to pay on in the bank which is all I have other than Social Security. I am 72. A. There is no new tax. Bank interest has been taxable for years But in your case there is no tax due. You are not liable for any income taxes. Q Most of my funds are in mutual funds and in banks. I would like to leave as much of an estate as I can, but also am worried about switching all my money to mutual funds to com- bat inflation. I am 70. A. You give no particulars, TV Schedule Nov. 22 Friday THIS SCHEDULE COURTESY OF THE FOLLOWING MERCHANTS WOOD (8) WKZO (3) WGN (9) East. Standard Time 1 East. Standard Time Cent. Standard Time 5 00 5 15 5 30 5 45 6 00 6 15 6 30 6 45 Movie Movie Movie Movie News News, Sports Huntley, Bnnkley Huntley, Brmkley Channel 3 Clubhouse Mickey Mouse Club Mickey Mouse Club Weather, Sports Market. Business News, Sports News, Cronkite News, Cronkite Garfield Goose Gar field Goose Garfield Goose News Rocky Rocky Family Classics Family Classics SUBURBAN AUTO-TRUCK WASH STEAMING and WAXING M-21 Between Holland and Zealand PHONE EX 6-4701 7 00 7 15 7 30 7 45 8 00 8 15 8 30 8-45 9 00 9 15 Movie Movie le Movie Movie Movie Boh Hope Bob Hope Bob Hope Bob Hope Dragnet Dragnet Great Adventure Great Adventure Great Adventure Great Adventure Route 66 Route 66 Route b6 Route 66 Family Classics Family Classics Family Classics Family Classics One Step One Step Beyond Surfside 6 Surfside 6 Surfside 6 Suifside 6 SUPERIOR AUTO SALES ONE-OWNER USED CARS I NELSON VER BEEK JOHN LENTERS -897 WASHINGTON AVE 9 30 S 45 10 00 10 15 10 30 10 45 11 00 11 15 11 30 11 45 Harry's Girls Harry's Girls Jack Paar Jack Paar Jack Paar Jack Paar News, Weather Weather Johnny Carson Johnny Carson Twilight Zone Twilight Zone Alfi ed Hitchcock Alfre Hitchcock Alfrei Hitchcock Alfred Hitchcock Neu s Sports Movie Movie Movie Law and Mr Jones Law, Mr Jones Mr Jones s WGN Presents WGN Presents WGN Presents WGN Presents WGN Presents WGN Presents HEKMAN'S DUTCH RUSK Soup Cheese Eggs Ham Chicken A La King Milk WZZM-TV (13) East Standard Time 5 00 Workshop o 30 Superman 6.00 Movie 7 30 77 Sunset Strip S 30 Burke's Lavs 9 30 Farm. Daughter 10-00 Box-ing 11-00 News 11 25 Scoreboard 11.45 Movie TV SCHEDULE NOV. 23 SATURDAY WOOD-TV (8) East Standard Time 7 30 Farm News 8 00 Cartoons 00 Ruff and Ready 10 00 Hecktor Heathcot 10 oO Fireball XL-5 11 00 Dennis 11 10 Fury 12 00 bgt Preston 1 00 Exploring 2 00 Mr Wizard 2 30 Movie 00 All-Star Bowling 5 00 NFL H'lites 5 10 Moviee 7 30 Lieutenant 8 30 Bishop 9 00 Movie 11 15 Nev s 11 40 Movie WKZO-TV (3) East Standard Time 7 10 8 00 9 00 10 00 11 00 12 00 00 1 .50 2 00 2 15 5 00 6 00 7 00 7 30 8 30 9 30 10 00 11 00 11 10 News Sapt Kangaroo Alvin Rm Tin Tin Sky King News Touchdown Kickoff Football Scoreboard Jamboree Patrol Jackie Gleason Defenders Phil Silvers Gunsmoke News-Weather Movie WZZM-TV (13) East Standard Time 0 00 Cartoons 10 00 Magic Ranch 11 00 Casper 12 00 Bugs Bunny 1 00 Fhka 1 iO Bandstand 2 .10 Movie 00 Auto Scope 4 30 AFL Hilltes WGN-TV (9) Cent Standard Time 7 30 8 00 9 00 Mouse Mkt Business Dragnet I vo Got Secret Danny Thomas Andy Griffith East-West Now.s Movie WGN-TV (9) Cent Standard Time 7 05 7 30 8 00 0 00 10 00 11 00 12 00 1 00 3 00 4 00 5 00 fi 00 b 30 7 00 7 10 8 30 00 10 00 10 15 12 10 Top O' Morning Neus TBA Tree Top House Secret Journal Romper Room Bozo Circus Virginia Gale Three Stooges Dick Tracy Garfield Goose Huck Hound Touche Turtle Dohic Gillis Thriller Dragnet The Detectives News WGN Presents Nt'WS 7 oo Agriculture 7 H) H 00 Russia Ofl TV Classroom 'J 34 Jack LaLanne 10 00 Say When 11 00 Price Is 12 00 Hinin Ford 1 00 Gen liospital 2 00 People Tnlk y Dny In Court o 00 Queen For Day 4 W Trailm aster ft oo Workshop 5 30 Superman 6 00 Movie 7 30 Outer Limits 8 30 WaRon Train 10 00 Breaking Point 11 10 News-Wither 11 25 Movie Thimble (R) Stoning THINKS SHE IS iNLOVg WIT1 but if your money is about evenly divided between mutual funds and banks and if you are getting along comfortably on present income, stop worrying about inflation or the size of your estate. Let your heirs worry about them. Q. Can gold and silver be pur- chased in Mexico? If you had your life's savings in paper cur- rency and were convinced the paper was becoming valueless, how would you convert it? A. The law says: No U.S. citi- zen may own gold here or abroad except in the form of coins minted before 1934 and in the form of personal jewelry. There is no regulation on sil- ver ownership. You can buy and hold as much as you like in any form, including bullion and sil- ver futures. Now let me ask you: What do you mean by life's savings in paper currency? Do you actually mean cur- and and bills, etc.? If so, that's a horrible mis- take. Not only are you leaving yourself wide open to thieves, but your money is earning noth- ing for you. If you mean cash in savings accounts, that's something else again. There it earns interest. If you fear inflation, then you could own silver (which, again, would bring you no interest dur- ing the years you held it) or common shares which you could expect would rise in value to off- set inflation. Q. About 9 months ago Syntex sold at 23: today it is over 200. How come? I know 100 stocks of other good companies which showed increased sales in the last 2 years which have not risen in price. A. Syntex earnings have sky- rocketed from 20 cents a share 3 years ago to ?2.52 for the year ended last July. Latest quarterly income was a share That alone, of course, doesn't explain the spectacular jump. The company is a leader in the fertility control drug anyway you look at it, that qual- ifies it for a place in the glamor stock list. And so you not only have the more mundane market laws of supply and demand at work here, but also the excited guess- es of what this company could earn in the years ahead. I don't know. You can get quite an argument on the current price. Meanwhile, it's been a specula- tor's joy. Another factor keeping the price up doubtlessly is the large short position, shares at last count. This represent shares sold by traders at prices any- where from 35 to 260 on the premise that the stock was too high. They will have to buy back some day and deliver the stock they sold at lower prices. They may come out of it with a profit. But right now I guess most of them have a triple-A headache. Mr. Shulsky welcomes all reader mail and tries to include all problems of general interest in the column. While he cannot undertake to answer all queries personally, readers desiring in- vestment lists should address requests to Sam Shulsky enclos- ing self addressed, stamped envelope care of The Holland Evening Sentinel. Distributed By King Features Syndicate Couple Have Answer To Successful Marriage ARONO, Maine (UPD Mr. and Mrs. Orrin W. Giggey say the key to a happy marriage is to have a fight every day or so. On their 67th wedding anni- versary Thursday, Mrs. Giggey, 89, said, "I make it a point never to agree with him." The 88-year-old Giggey, when asked to disclose the basis of their happy life, said, "I think it's because we've always managed to have a good scrap every couple of days." JFK Sends Greetings WASHINGTON dent Kennedy sends recorded greetings to the people of Ja- pan today via the relay com- munications satellite in the first television program ever flashed across the Pacific. True Life Adventures MYSTERY MONSTER IN TANPEM, HATSMUESS BASKING SHARKS MAY HAVE .THE CSr- __ THE SEA SERPENT. 11-22 OWritnrted br Bni rwtm WJBL PROGRAM LOG 1260 KC Holland's Prestige Station 5000 MONDAY SATURDAY Sign On 6.02 News Musical Clock Hymns oi the Morning Weaiherama 6.45 News Bit of Heaven 7-15 Band Shell Organ Interlude Morning Report Late Riser's Bteakfail Club Back To The Bible 9-OS Social Calendar Swap 'n Shop Cofiee and Baby oJ the Month News Morning Musical Than, shut-in oi the week At The Master's Feet News Morning Serenade Hymns oi the Day Noon News Behind the Scenes Weatherama Farm Market Psychology foi living Dinner Music Organ Serenade Musical Matinee News Musical Matinee 2-45 Hymn Time 3-00 News 3 05 Musical Matinee Organ Music News Headlines Weatherama Beligious Music News Variety Time Question Box Hymn Time Five Bell Sign Off SATURDAY SPECIALS News Children's Bible Hour 4-H Washington Report SUNDAY ONLY Organ Interlude News Way of Truth Back to Qod How News Organ Prelude Church Services Organ Prelude Church Services Noon Time News Reformed Review Charles E. Fuller 1 :OC Church Services Hour of DecUlos World Vision Reformed Witness World Literature Gruoaste Radio Bible Class 4. 3H Sovereign Grace Row Western Seminary Hour Echoes el Sign Of I Stocks Begin To Recover NEW YORK (UPD Stocks showed signs of recovering from Thursday's dramatic plunge ear- ly today. Trading ran heavy on the turnabout. Electronics paced the slight gain featuring Beckman, Haveg, Zenith and High Voltage Engi- neering up 1 or more. Some of the "high flyers" that took the worst beating on Thursday staged the best recovery. Xerox, off 35 Thursday, moved up near- ly 10, IBM 3, Minneapolis-Hon- eywell iyz, Control Data 2, and Polaroid 1. Autos improved on news of near record production. Chrys- ler tacked on more than a point and Ford and General Motors moved up fractionally. Ameri- can Telephone added around a point. Dow Jones averages: 30 in- dustrials 733.61 up 0.96, 20 rails 169.61 off 0.08; 15 utilities 137.06 up 0.14; 65 stocks 258.43 up 0.22. Standard and Poor's indexes: 425 industrials 75.57; 25 rails 38.21; 5 utilities 64.61; 500 stocks 71.66. NEW YORK market prices: Al Ch 52% AlChal 15Mj Alcoa AmAirl AmCan 41 AmMetCl36% AmMtr AMOpt 71 AmTel 138 AmTob 26% Armour Bendix 48Ms BethStl 30 Boeing 36Vs Briggs 6V8 66% Chrysler 82 CoCola 104 ColRr 23Ms ComwEd 48 ConsNG ConsPow 44% ContCan 41 CurtW 17% DetEd 32V8 Douglas 21% Dow 62 DuPont 225 EastAirl EastmanllS Eaton 35% FedMog 45 Firestone36V4 Ford 50% GenEl 78 Vs GenFds 85M> GenMtr Goodrich 53% Goodyr 40% GLAP 38% Greyhd 46% HerPwd 34% Hershey 32 I Rand 76 IBM 466% IntHar 56% IntNick 61% IntTel 48% Kroger 28% LebPt 14% (UPD Stock LOF 52% Monsanto 54V4 M Ward 33 Motorola 75V4 NatBis 56% NatDairy 63% NatDist 24 Nag Gyp 47% NYCent 21% NoAmAv 50% OlMath 40% OwenCF 58% Owenlll 87 PanAm 49% ParDav 29% Penney 45 PennDix 14% PennRR 21% P Gam 78 Pullman 29% RCA 91 Schenley 20% Schering 40% Sears 96% Socony 62% SperryR 17 StdBd 74% SO Cal 59% SO Ind 56% SO NJ 68% SO Ohio 66 StewW 33% Stude 6 Swift 41 TennGS 19% Texaco 64% ThomRW 47% TWA 27% UnCarb 113% UtdAirc 45 UtdAirl 39% UtdFruit 21 US Rub 45 US Stl 50 WestUn 31% WstgAir 29 WstgEl 35% Woolwth 77% Xerox 341 YngST 122% Zenith 75% Women Reserves Group Meets at Austin Home The Women Reserves of Boy Scouts of America met at the home of Mrs. LeRoy Austin on East Eighth St. Thursday morning and discussed plans for a Boy Scout Round Table to be held in St. Francis De Sales Church on Tuesday, Dec. 3, at Hans Suzenaar, local Civil Defense director, will speak at the Round Table on the subject of family preparedness in time of disaster. Washington School's Pack 3006 will be hi charge of the program. The Women Reserves also made plans for the Cub Pow Pow to be held in Rockford High School on Dec. 7. Mrs. Leon Meyers became a member of the group. Members attending the meet- ing were the Mesdames Aaron Shuck, LeRoy Austin, Hugh Rowell and Abe Veurink. Un- able to attend was Mrs. Dick Raymond. Albion Opens Center ALBION (UPD Albion Col- lege will introduce its new con- tinuing education center to Michigan industrial and busi- ness executives with an open house Tuesday. World War II Mothers Meet Holland Unit 36 of the Moth- ers of World War II met Wed- nesday evening at the home of Mrs. Albert Boyce. The meet- ing was conducted by Mrs. Wil- liam Padgett. Mrs. Jack Shaffer, recording secretary, reaW the District 4 convention call. The convention will be held Jan. 9 in Kalama- zoo at the Sampson Methodist Church, 804 West North St. A cooperative dinner will be served and members are to bring their own table service. Delegate registration begins at a.m. A letter of appreciation to the unit from J. J. Van Vessen, Pa- tients Service Director for the Grand Rapids Sunshine Sanitar- ium, was presented by Mrs. Padgett. Plans were announced by Mrs. James Crowle for the Christmas party to be given the Veterans at the Grand Rapids Facility. Mrs. Crowle also outlined the unit's Decem- ber project for the retarded children and patients at Fort Custer. Mrs. Lewis Poppema, com- munity service chairman, re- ceived reports from the unit on the number of hours given to community service. These in- cluded cancer dressings, Red Cross, Boy Scouts and Muscu- lar Dystrophy. Mrs. Aaron Shuck was pre- sented with the evening's gift A Christmas party and gift exchange will follow the Decem- ber meeting at the hall. Hostes- ses will be the retiring presi- dent, Mrs. Padgett, Mrs LeRoy Austin and Mrs. James Crowle. Bands to Unite In Concert at West Ottawa Approximately 300 junior band students from E. E. Fell Junior High School, Holland Christian and West Ottawa will perform in a "Clinic Concert" at the West Ottawa School gym tonight. The concert is open to the public and will start at p.m. A free-will offering will be taken. H. E. Nutt, noted clinician, from Vandercook College of Music in Chicago, will be the guest conductor. This program will complete the day which started with an afternoon ses- sion in which the students were directed in the fundamentals of playing. This joint effort by the three area schools is for an emphasis upon the playing of music in proper style and interpretation. West Ottawa's Band Parents Association will serve all the students for the evening meal, and the school will open up their recreational facilities for the enjoyment of these stu- dents. The program will be as fol- lows: "Honor ''Moon "Antique "New Hartford Marc "Evange- "Shoo Fly Calypaso." "Three Bach and "Apple Valley" Directors are Henry Vander Lmde for Holland Christian, Alvern Kapenga for E E Fell Junior High and Calvin Lange- jans for West Ottawa Dimes Headquarters Sought in Holland Attempts are being made to establish temporary n headquarters for the upcoming March of Dimes drive in Hol- land, according to William Hal- bert, chairman of the 1964 Greater Holland March of Dimes. Halbert explained it was the thinking at a recent organiza- tional meeting that a central headquarters preferably in the downtown area would be a de- cided aid to all workers as well as an information center It is hoped such a headquarters will be available during December and January. The Greater Holland cam- paign covers Holland city and Holland and Park townships Hospital Notes Admitted to Holland Hospital Wednesday were Charles Clouse, 18 East 13th St.; Linda Volkers, East Saugatuck; Paul Andrews, 159 East Lakewood Blvd.; Traci Beets, route 5; Earl Prins, 563 Howard Ave., James Darrow. 1275 South Shore Dr.; Ronald Boennan, route 3: Charles Van- den Berg, 3497 Beeline Rd Mrs. John Becksvoort, route 1; Mrs. George Meyer, 438 West 20th St.; Gerald Vander Beek, 221 West Lakewood Blvd.; Mrs. John Van Null, 217 Glendale. Discharged Wednesday were Victoria Vollink, 450 West Cen- tral Ave., Zeeland; James Brad- ford, 5 North River Ave Kelly Jo Huyser, route 1, East Sau- gatuck; Mrs. Everett Cart- wright, 61 West 15th St., Mrs Alice Bosch, 889 East Eighth St Mrs. Donald Collins and ba- by, New Richmond; Mrs. Ber- nard Wyn and baby, 885 Fair- view, Zeeland; Mrs. Kent Row- der and baby, route 5, Mrs Curtis De Jonge and baby, 9165 Adams St., Zeeland. Admitted Thursday were Erich Benke, 165 East 15th St, Shirlina Kroll, 490 Diekema Ave.; Mrs. Donald Moeller, 1890 Lakewood Blvd.; Sue Ann De Free, 623 East Central, Zee- land; Mrs. George C. Kleis, route 2; Mrs. Mark Briggs, 109 West 30th St.; Vida A. Harper, 2072 Lakeway; Debra Weller, 360 James St.; Lorie Reitman, 567 104th Ave.; Rebecca Greav- er, 114 East Walnut; Willard Walker Sr., 334 West 16th St. Discharged Thursday were Herbert Tanis, 328 West 32nd St.; Charles Kelch, 78 East 24th St.; Mrs. Dale Hofman and ba- by, 146 West 23rd St.; Scott De Vries, 132 Goodrich St., Zee- land; Mrs. Donald Ten Brink, 3118 132nd Ave.; Mrs. Walter Howard, 175 East Eighth St.; Mrs. Richard Van Dyke and ba- by, 12060 James St.; Cheryl Oosterbaan, 252 West 22nd St.; Jewel Keller, 149 Highland; Mrs. Clyde Kehrwecker and ba- by, 311 West 30th St.; Priscil- la Estell, 103 East 16th St.; John Ortman, route 2. Continuous Sal from 1 p.m. NOW ENDS WED. 20. Broadway's Big Comedy Smash Is On The Screen! Store Owner Loses His Pants in Robbery LOS ANGELES (UPD Jew- elry store owner Harry Treis- man, 49, lost his pants in robbery Thursday. Treisman told police a gun- man forced him to turn over from the store's cash drawer and made him take off his pants, using his belt to tie his hands behind his back. The robber took the pants with him. DANCING EVERY WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY Storting November 20 JIM'S BEACHCOMBER LIVE MUSIC IT BILL STflNINGER AND HIS SWINGSTERS P.M. TIU SEE TONITE AT HOLLAND- PHONE EX4 4274 Continuous Sat. from 1 p.m. NOW ENDS SAT. ''Through the pale door n hidroiK throng rush ,'jut POK INTERNATIONAL presents EDGAR AULANPOES THE i VINCENT PRICE DEBRA PAOET LONCHANEY SEE I.2S ;