Holland Evening Sentinel (Newspaper) - November 22, 1963, Holland, Michigan
PAGE TWOTHE HOLLAND, MICHIGAN, EVENING SENTINEL
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1963
Staebler Set To Enter State Primary
LANSING (UPI) —Congressman Neil Staebler reportedly has changed his mind about
Ann Arbor is moving toward a decision to enter the governorship race. Earlier, Staebler said he would step aside to avoid a party squabble if
Swainson decided to run again I By Sam Shulsky
But, he later added. Swainson; Q I have some funds which would have to announce his I would like to put into a good candidacy by Jan I. stock that pays dividends in
Pressure from top state Dem- March, etc. I now own securities oerats was seen as the reason paying quarterly dividends be-wantmg to avoid a primary for staebler’s shifting position, ginning in January and Feb-fight with former Gov. John B. ‘*The pressure is heavy,” the ruary.
Swainson for next years Demo- former Democratic State Chair- A. There are a large number
cratic nomination for governor. man acknowledged Thursday in of good quality issues paying
Insiders report the I emocrat- Washington. ‘‘I am surprised at dividends quarterly—in March,
ic (ongressman-at-Laige from ^ volume... The Democratic June, September, and Decem-
Party is jumping like popcorn ber. Here are some: on a hot stove.” I Liggett & Meyers, Niagara
While he hasn’t made a de- j Mohawk, Standard Oil of N.J., cision yet, Staebler admitted he American Tobacco, Horn & was “impatient for the Demo-1 Hardart Co., Inland
Holland Broadcasting Company
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Friday, Nov. 22
EVENING 5.00 Weather News 5 OS News 5:10 Auctioneer 5 15 Speaking Sport*
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6:10 Michigan News 6:15 Dinner Music 6:35 Van Patrick 6 50 Dinner Music 7:00 Evening Serenada 8:05 State & Local 9:35 The World Today 10:05 Local News 10:10 State News 10:15 Evening Serenade 10:35 Football Scoreboard IO 45 Evening Serenade IO 50 Football Scoreboard 10:55 Evening Serenade 11:05 Football Scoreboard 11:10 Evening Serenade 11:35 Football Scoreboard 11:40 Evening Serenade 11:50 Football Scoreboard 11:55 Evening Serenade 12:00 Final News 12 05 Sign Oft
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but if your money is about i ifies it for a place in the glamor
evenly divided between mutual j stock list.
Steel, funds and banks and if you are And so you not only have the cratic party to start its cam-1 Socony, General Motors, Inter- getting along comfortably on more mundane market laws of
paign ” national Nickel, New England present income, stop worrying supply and demand at work
Staebler reportedly is the T & T about inflation or the size of here, but also the excited guess-
consensus choice for the nom- Any broker can give you a your estate, ination among state Democratic great many more, as well as Let your heirs worry about
leaders who feel his vote-getting advise you which would best fit them.
potential would be greater than your portfolio. | -
Swainson s. - I q can gold and silver be pur-
Swainson recently expressed’ Q Woujdiou please tell^me chased m Mexjeo? „ had
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 speculator’s joy.
Another factor keeping the
for the first time since his 1962 how much new tax I would have ,__„ ____
I defeat by Gov. George Romney to pay on $200 in the bank which -vour s savings in paper cur- prjce Up doubtlessly is the large an interest in the nomination is all I have other than Social rency and were convinced the short position, 86,000 shares at
But he said his decision would Security. I am 72.
Saturday, Nov. 23
DAYTIME 6 05 Stat* and Local Headlines
6 35 State and Local News 6:45 Clock Watcher
7:05 Windows 7:10 Football Scoreboard 7:35 Michigan and Local News 7:42 Weather 6 Sport News
7 45 Clock Watcher 8:10 Football Scoreboard 8:35 Morning Roundup 9:00 State & Local News 9:05 Morning Roundup
9:35 The World oi Folk Music 9 50 Gerald R. Ford Report 9:55 Michigan Man Power IO OO Stat* & Local News 10:05 Platter Parade 11:00 State 6 Local News 11:05 Zeeland Hour 12:05 Sentinel News 12:10 State & Local News 12:15 Better Farming 12:55 Music 1:05 Musical Caravans 2:10 Sunnyside 3:35 Football Scoreboard 3:40 Sunnyside
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depend on his physical ability to wage another statewide campaign.
Staebler said Thursday he has given up hope that the Democratic party leadership will be able to reach agreement this month on a candidate for 1964
Lake Baikal, in central Siberia, is 385 miles long and between 20 and 45 miles wide. Its Olkhon Crevice was measured to be 6,364 feet deep.
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.
Stocks Begin To Recover
World War ll Mothers Meet
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 7:30 p.m. A free-will offering will be t cikc?n
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 session in which the students were directed in the fundamentals of playing. ,
This joint effort by the three
Holland Unit 36 of the Moth NEW YORK (UPI) - Stocks ers of World War II met Wed showed signs of recovering from nesday evening at the home of area schools is for an emphasis
Thursday’s dramatic plunge ear- Mrs. Albert Boyce The meet- * £ ^d®interaction,
ly today. Trading ran heavy on ing was conducted by Mrs. WH- West ottawa s Band Parents the turnabout. j ham Padgett. Association will serve all the
Electronics paced the slight Mrs. Jack Shaffer, recording students for the evening meal, gain featuring Beckman, Haveg, secretary, reaid the District 4 and the school will open up
convention call. The convention
Zenith and High Voltage Engi
neering up I or more Some of will be held Jan. 9 in Kalama-
Church, 804 West North St. A
paper was becoming valueless, last count. This represent shares
how would you convert it? ^ereVom^ rn 2W^n“he' the “high flyers” that took the [zoo at the Sampson Methodist A. I ne law says. No U S. cill- premjse that the stock was too worst beating on Thursday zen ma\ own gold here or high They will have to buy back staged the best recovery. Xerox, abroad except in the form of I some day and deliver the stock ff Th H mnwrf un nimr
- , coins minted before 1934 and in , they sold at lower prices. They | ~ tmm m i h
Q Most of my funds are in the form of personal jewelry. may come out of it with a profit, j 3, Mmneapolis-Hon-
mutual funds and in banks. I There is no regulation on sil- But right now I guess most of eywell 14, Control Data 2, and
would like to leave as much of i ver ownership. You can buy and them have a triple-A headache. Polaroid I
Autos improved on news of all near record production. Chrys-
an estate as I can, but also am hold as much as you like in any worried about switching all my form, including bullion and sil-money to mutual funds to com- ver futures.
bat inflation. I am 70.
A. You give no particulars,
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Now let me ask you:
What do you mean by life’s savings in paper currency?
Do you actually mean currency—$5 and $10 and $20 bills, etc.?
If so, that’s a horrible mistake. Not only are you leaving
Channel 3 Clubhouse
Mickey Mouse Club
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their recreational facilities for the enjoyment of these students.
The program will be as follows: “Honor Band. “Moon
Mr. Shulsky welcomes reader mail and tries to include ler tacked on more than a point all problems of general interest and Ford and General Motors in the column. While he cannot moved up fractionally. Ameri-undertake to answer all queries can Telephone added around a personally, readers desiring in- point.
vestment lists should address Dow Jones averages: 30 inrequests to Sam Shulsky enclos- dustrials 733.61 up 0.96; 20 rails ing self - addressed, stamped 169.61 off 0 08, 15 utilities 137.06 envelope care of The Holland up 0.14; 65 stocks 258.43 up 0.22.
cooperative dinner will be River. Antique Suite, New served and members are to Hartford March, hv angering their own table service, line,’’ Shoo Fly ( alypaso. Delegate registration begins at “Three Bach Chorales, and 9:30 a m. “Apple Valley.”
A letter of appreciation to the Directors are Henry Vander unit from J. J. Van Vessen, Pa- Linde for Holland ( hristian. tients Service Director for the Alvern Kapenga for F. F. Fell Grand Rapids Sunshine Sanitar- Junior High and Calvin Lange-ium. was presented by Mrs. j ans for West Ottawa.
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but your money is earning nothing for you.
If you mean cash in savings
accounts, that’s something else I Cnunlp Have Answer again There it earns interest ^ou/,e nave Answer
If you fear inflation, then you could own silver (which, again, would bring you no interest dur-
Standard and Poor’s indexes: 425 industrials 75.57; 25 rails 38.21; 5 utilities 64.61; 500 stocks 71.66
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ing the years you held it) or fP . : ^rnn ^iggey say Alcoa 624
common shares which you could J,' 10 a, niarr'age in AmAirl 304
expect would rise in value to off- a ^ every day or ^mCan 41
set inflation. s0_ ... . AmMetCl364
_ On their 67th wedding anni- AmMetPdl84
Q. About 9 months ago Syntex versary Thursday Mrs. Giggey i AmMtr 19.4 sold at 23; today it is over 200.1 ’ sa! ’ ma^fL u AMOpt 71
How come? I know IOO stocks ”ever t0,a^ee wlth hKim J* I AmTel 138
of other good companies which "^en as&®d, AmTob 264
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NEW YORK (UPI) - Stock market prices:
LOF 524 Monsanto 54Vi
Law and Mr. Jones
showed increased sales in the last 2 years which have not risen in price.
A. Syntex earnings have skyrocketed from 20 cents a share
3 years ago to $2 52 for the iri, c , -
year ended last July. Latest * J* ^ bends Greetings
to disclose the basis of their happy life, said, “I think it s | Bencfix because we’ve always managed BethStl ho to have a good scrap every couple of days.”
That alone, of course, doesn’t explain the spectacular jump. The company is a leader in the
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10:00 Boxing 11:00 News 11:25 Scoreboard 11:45 Movie
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East Standard Time
7 30 Farm News
8:00 Cartoons 9:00 Ruff and Ready 10:00 Hecktor Heathcot 10:30 Fireball XL-5 11:00 Dennis 11:.TO Fury 12:00 Sgt Preston 1:00 Exploring 2:00 Mr Wizard 2:30 Movie
4 OO All-Star Bowling 5:00 NFL Hilites
5 30 Moviee 7:30 Lieutenant 8:30 Joey Bishop 9:00 Movie
ll .15 News ll :40 Movie
East Standard Time
7 IO News
8 OO Sapt Kangaroo 9:00 Alvin
10:00 McGraw 11:00 Rin Tin Tin 12:00 Sky King I : OO News 1:30 Touchdown 2:00 Kickoff 2:15 Football 5:00 Scoreboard 6:00 Jamboree 7 CH) Highway Patrol 7 30 Jackie Gleason 8:30 Defenders 9:30 Phil Silvers 10:00 Gunsmoke 11:00 News-Weather ll: IO Movie
Cent. Standard Time
7:30 Bill Hickok 8:00 Bugs Bunny 9 OO Mulqueens 9:30 Super Car
10 OO Three Stooges 11.00 Superman
11 30 Other Guy
12 OO Matinee 1:30 R.C.M.P.
2 00 Rescue 8
2:30 WGN Presents
4 OO WGN Presents
5 45 News
6 OO Barn Dance
7 OO Hockey
9:30 Your Right 10:00 News 10:15 WGN Presents
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East Standard Time
9:00 Cartoons ll) OO Magic Ranch ll CH) Casper
12 OO Bugs Bunny 1:00 Flika 1:30 Bandstand 2:30 Movie 4 OO Auto Scope 4 30 AFL Hilites
5 00 World of Sports 6:30 Wrestling 7:30 Hootenanny 8:30 Lawrence Welk 9:30 Jerry Lewis 11:30 Movie
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TV SCHEDULE _ NOV. 24 - SUNDAY
8:05—State & Local News & Weather 8.15—Gospel Quartet Singing 8;30—Temple Time 9:00—World News &
Weather 9 .05—Sunday Serenade 10:00—Third Reformed Church 11:15—Hope Reformed Church
I 2:1 5—News 12:30—Living for Jesus I 2:45—Great Moments with the Master 12 55—World News 1:00—Breed of Life
Eost Saugatuck Chr. Reformed Church I ;30—The Lutheran Hour 2.-00—Billy Graham
2:30 Composer'* Corner
4:00—Inquiry 4.30—Back to God Hour 5:00—Mutual News 5:05—Organ Vespers 5:30—Studies in Christian Life ond Work
8 05—State ond Local News 6:15—Music tor Sunday 6:30— Hoven of Rest 7:00—Evening Services Calvary Christian Reformed Church 8 :1 5—Orgonaires 8:35—Herald of Truth 9-00—Youth tor Christ 9:35—Evening Serenade 10:05 State A Local News 10:15—Evening Serenade I 1.05—Oklahoma Symphony 12:00—Sign Off (WHTC's Sunday program includes classical and semi classical music, organ music, ond newscasts designed for pleasant Sunday listening) •
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8 30 Faith For Today 9:00 Wood Chapel 10:00 Word of Life 10:30 This Is The Life
11 00 Catholic Mass
12 OO Champ. Bowling
1 OO Changing Times
2 OO Big Picture
3 00 NBC News
4 OO Sunday
5 OO Wild Kingdom
5 30 College Bowl
6 OO Movie
7 30 Disney’s World
8 30 Grind)
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East Standard Time
6 30 Education
7 OO Today
9 OO O Clock Scholar IU OO Hennesey
I I OO Concentration 1130 Missing Links 12:00 First Impression
1 OO Movie
2 30 Doctors
3 OO Loretta Young
4 OO Popeye 4 30 Movie
6 OO News. Sports
6 30 Huntley-Brinkley
7 OO Sea Hunt 7 30 Movie 9:30 Hollywood
10 OO Powell Theatre I I OO News, Sports
11 30 Johnny Carson
East Standard Time
8: OO Capt Kangaroo 9:00 Movie
10 30 I Love Lucy lr OO Real McCoys 12 OO Love of Life
1 OO Fem. Fancies
2 OO Magic Carpet
2 30 House Party
3 00 Tell The Truth
4 OO Secret Storm
4 30 Clubhouse
5 15 Mickey Mouse
6 OO Mkt & Business
7 OO Dragnet
8 (K) I ve Got Secret
9 OO Danny Thomas 9:30 Andy Griffith
10.00 East-West Side lr OO News
11 IO Movie
Cent. Standard Time
7:05 Top O’ Morning 7:30 News 8 OO TBA
9:00 Tree Top House 10:00 Secret Journal 11:00 Romper Room 12:00 Bozo Circus I OO Virginia Gale 3:00 Three Stooges 4 OO Dick Tracy 5:00 Garfield Goose 6 OO Huck Hound
6 30 Touche Turtle
7 (H) Dobie Gillis
7 30 Thriller
8 30 Dragnet
9 OO The Detectives 10:00 News
10:15 WGN Presents 12:10 News
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7 OO Agriculture 7:30 Marriage
8 OO Russia
9. OO TV’ Classroom 9:34 Jack LaLanne
10 00 Say When
11 OO Price Is Right 12:00 Ernie Ford
1 OO Gen. Hospital
2 OO People Talk 2:30 Day In Court 3:00 Queen For Day
4:00 Tr adm aster
5 OO Workshop 5:30 Superman
6 OO Movie
7 :30 Outer Limits 8:30 Wagon Train
10:00 Breaaing Point ll IO News-W«ther 11:25 Mov ie ’
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8 OL Late Riser's Breakfast Club 8:30 Back To The Bible
9 05 Social Calendar 9:15 Swap 'n Shop
9 :30 Cofiee and Rolls 9:45 Baby of the Month 9:55 News
10:00 Morning Musical
Thurs. shut-in of the week 10:30 At The Master's Feet 11:00 News
11:05 Morning Serenade 11:55 Hymns of the Day 12:00 Noon Time News 12:15 Behind the Scenes 12:20 Weatherama 12:25 Farm Market 12:30 Psychology fox Living 12:45 Dinner Music 1:00 Organ Serenade 1:30 Musical Matinee 2:00 News
2:05 Musical Matinee
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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
Dimes Headquarters Sought in Holland
Attempts are being made to establish temporary downtown
land, according to William Halbert. chairman of the 1%4 Greater Holland March of Dimes.
Halbert explained it was the thinking at a recent organiza-
ber project for the retarded headquarters for the upcoimng children and parents at Fort Mareh of Dimes dnve in Hoi-Custer.
Mrs. Lewis Poppema, community service chairman, received reports from the unit on the number of hours given to
community service These in- o ,an(r .
eluded cancer dressings, Red jwnjl ’hal » <entr^
Cross. Boy Scouts and Muscu- .^quarters preferably in the i„_ iwtrnnhv downtown area would be a de-
Mrs Aaron Shuck was pre- cided a.d to all workers as well seated w.th the evening’s gift. « a" information center ll
A Christmas party and gift hoped such a headquarters will exchange will follow the Dceem. be available during December ber meeting at the hall. Hostesses will be the retiring president, Mrs. Padgett. Mrs LeRoy Austin and Mrs James Crowle.
The Greater Holland campaign covers Holland city and Holland and Park townships
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 7:30
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 in 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 raeet-, ing were the Mesdames Aaron Shuck, LeRoy Austin, Hugh Rowell and Abe Veurink. Unable to attend was Mrs. Dick Raymond.
Admitted to Holland Hospital Wednesday were Charles Clouse. 18 East 13th St.; Linda Volkers, East Saugatuck; Paul Andrews, j 159 East Lakewood Blvd.; Traci Beets, route 5; Earl Prins, 563 Howard Ave.; James Darrow. 1275 South Shore Dr ; Ronald Boerman, route 3; Charles Van-den Berg, 3497 Beeline Rd.; I Mrs. John Becksvoort, route I; Mrs. George Meyer, 438 West 20th St.; Gerald Vander Beek, 221 West Lakewood Blvd.; Mrs John Van Nuil, 217 Glendale
Discharged Wednesday were Victoria Vollink, 450 West Central Ave., Zeeland; James Bradford, 5 North River Ave ; Kelly Jo Huyser, route I, East Saugatuck; Mrs. Everett Cartwright, 61 West 15th St ; Mrs. Alice Bosch, 889 East Eighth St.; Mrs. Donald Collins and baby, New Richmond; Mrs Bernard Wyn and baby, 885 Fairview, 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 Pree, 623 East Central. Zeeland; 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 Greaves 114 East Walnut; Willard Walker Sr., 334 West 16th St.
Discharged Thursday were Herbert Tams, 328 West 32nd St.; Charles Kelch, 78 East 24th St.; Mrs. Dale Hofman and baby, 146 West 23rd St.; Scott De Vries, 132 Goodrich St., Zeeland; Mrs. Donald Ten Brink, 3118 132nd Ave.; Mrs. Walter Howard, 175 East Eighth St.; Mrs. Richard Van Dyke and baby, 12060 James St.; Cheryl Oosterbaan, 252 West 22nd St.; Jewel Keller, 149 Highland; Mrs. Clyde Kehrwecker and baby, 311 West 30th St.; Priscilla Estell, 103 East 16th St.; John Ortman, route 2.
Continuous Sat. irom I p.m.
Albion Opens Center
ALBION (UPI) - Albion College will introduce its new con tinuing education center to Michigan industrial and business executives with an open house Tuesday.
Store Owner Loses His Pants in Robbery
LOS ANGELES (UPI) _ Jewelry store owner Harry Treis-man, 49, lost his pants in ta robbery Thursday.
Treisman told police a gunman forced him to turn over $250 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.
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