Anderson Daily Bulletin from Anderson, Indiana on November 9, 1962 · Page 5
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Anderson Daily Bulletin from Anderson, Indiana · Page 5

Anderson, Indiana
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Friday, November 9, 1962
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HIPAY, NOVIMIU f, ANDERSON DAILY IULLETIN f AGI 5 TODAY'S ALMANAC By UikM Frew M«niii«ul Today is Friday, Nov. 9, JSJth day ri 1962 with 52 to (pi. . km. The moon is approaching its (ull to provide work (or the unenv caused by the depression. In 195J, the U.S. Supreme Court confirmed a 1821 ruling stating Uiat big-league baseball does not phase. The moning star is Mars. The evening stars are and Saturn. On this day in history: In 1861, Ulysses S. Grant fought N? his first battle in the Civil War ' during an engagement at Belmont, Mo. come "within th* tcope of the anti-trust laws." In 1933, President Franklin crated the civil works adminis-fortunately you occasionally find tration as an emergency agency men disgrace labor. ponent, Vice-President Richard M. President Uylsscs S. Grant, said: "Labor disgraces no man; un- him as he loves his children... Mature Parent rOKCIVENESS NEED8 TIME Dear Mrs. Lawimce: About six weeks ago my husband hit our for WUng the bath- unmerited blow he struck her al room basin overflow. Then we lered her judgment ot hit reli Kennedy was found that it_w« her little brother ability. If she is allowed .to ex- President by a narrow who had left the Upe running, margin over his Republican op- My husband tried to make up with our daughter but we both know that she lias not forgiven him. She doesn't kiss him good night repair her confidence hi him. A thought for the day—former unless 1 tell her to. He is very upset about the way she treats Answer: Does he love this on* enough to Midwettern Landscape It Closing Dec. tit—Far 3 Months So Everything Must Go and at BIO SAVINGS! ENTIRE STOCK DISCOUNTED LAWRENCE express her (ear of him without reproaching her? I hope so. For I suspect that the press this changed judgment without reproach, time and new experi ence of her .father will gradually But if you try to make her ashamed of her fear by demanding forgiveness before she is ready let her continue to to give it. you may damage her confidence in herself. That would be cruel. A child must be able to trust his judgment oi what has happened to him — or he becomes dependent on what others tell him has hap- o p pencd to him. If we suggest that he is unfair and mean to feel fear of a person who has dieted unjust hurt upon him, we can deeply confuse him. We force him to distrust his own senses— his own experience of what was done to him. As a result, we may encourage Hie kind of emotional problem that afflicts people who 'never know when they have been insulted; who cannot detect injustice P 61 in others' treatment of them; who believe that tliey are loved where they arc hated and are always seeking oilier people's opinions on the meaning of what is done to them. SAVE STOCK INCLUDES: SHRUBS-TREES - EVERGREENS FERTILIZERS -SPRAYS - TOOLS MOWERS-GRASS SEED Choose What You Want . . . Whilt Stock LotHl OPEN SUNDAY 1 TO 5 P.M. MIDWESTERN LANDSCAPE 4500 South St. Rd. 9 t 67 Phont 642-3502. 9 A.M. Til 5 P.M. Monday Thru 'Saturday Your daughter's fear of her father reflects her appraisal the action he took toward nor. If. as you say, he loves her, lie .will not try to undermine it. He 'won't try to justify what lie did. He will support her right to fear mistreatment and say, "You are entitled not to want to kiss me good night. The slap I gave you was unfair and harsh. So I will wait for you to kiss me good night until you are sure that 1 won't hit you like that again.' A parent who is genuinely sorry for mistreating a child does not pursue him with pleas for forgiveness. He is too busy witli his own sense of repentance to require the child to get him the hook. SICK? See Your CHIROPRACTOR C. F. CAREY 221 JACKSON ST. PHONE 644-6375 THE DOCTOR SAYS ... By Wayne G. BrawUtoM, M.D. NO CUKE YBT FOR COMMON COLD, BUT RESEARCH GOES ON The common cold is pestilential. It causes many thousands of days lost from school or work, and may lead to bronchitis, pneumonia or sinus attacks. Like mumps, it is caused by a virus but, unlike mumps, one attack does not confer lasting immunity. One reason for this may. be that when you have licked one strain of the cold virus, your immunity to that strain is no protection against the many other strains. Epidemics of colds seem to come in waves; when school e n s' in the fall, when the weather gets cold, and again in the early spring. One tiling is certain, if you have not been exposed to the virus you won't get a cold. Human volunteers have walked iiroiind for hours in cold water wearing loaky -shoes, have slept in a cold draft a'nd have been exposed to a chill wind after taking a hot bath. Those who had drops of nasal washings from TSOIIS with.colds placed in their noses got colds and those who were not exposed did not. Wet feet and chilling drafts may weaken your resistance but they do not cause a cold. It is more important to avoid crowds (especially persons who have colds) than to avoid chilling. By the same token, when you have a cold it is important to cover your face when you cough or sneeze, avoid kissing, and lake every known means to prevent spreading it. Best of all stay home for a day or two when your cold is at is peak. Along with soreness or dry ness in tire throat, a cold al ways causes a watery nasal discharge. When this becomes thick nnd yellow it is a sign that bacteria, which are like viruses only much larger, have attacked the tissues weakened by the cold. This may cause the cold to be over for another week like an unusually good movie at the neighborhood cinema. Some persons claim that they get one cold after another all winter long. That this is not strictly true was shown by Dr. G. G. Jackson. Using human volunteers, he put a sterile solution that contained no virus in the noses of two groups, those who always had colds and those who seldom had colds. This was followed by symptoms resembling those of cold in 24 per cent of those w claimed to bo highly sus- eptible and in only 1 per cent f the normal group. Dr. Jackson Concluded that the former group a chronically irritable upper espiratory tract and that they contracted a condition on the slightest provocation. But this •as not a true cold. Almost every remedy imagin- iblc has been hailed at cue time r another as n benefit b per ons just coming down with a old. But careful studies have ailed to show that any of them ire of any real value. Aspirin may relieve headache ir generalized aching if these ymptoms arc present but other- vise does nothing to relieve a old. Vitamins arc good for only lie thing—to cure the effects o'f a vitamin deficiency. Colds arc tot one of these effects. A hot toddy at bedtime may iclp you to sleep but it won't nit the little cold germs to sleep, natives should be avoided whether you have a cold or not. Vaccines have been tried with- ut much success. Researchers re still working on them and vho knows—they may come up with an effeciive one some day. Antibiotics work well against some bacteria but so far they have not had any appreciable :ffect against viruses. off held Black Label was elected a fine beer. Comfort, silence and luxury to challenge any car from anywhere • "This is a low-priced car." "This is a low-priced car." "This is a ..." Better keep reminding yourself when you settle back in the roomy, superbly trimmed comfort of the '63 Chevrolet. Say it again of that trim, tight, gleaming Body by Fisher, cradled by 4 husky coil springs, cushioned and insulated in hundreds of places. There's instant response in a choice of 6- or 8-cylinder engines, and refinements an expcnsivt car might boast about, like a new Husband-dry system that cleans corrosive elements from the rocker panels... new self-adjusting brakes and a longer lasting exhaust system . .. new Delcotron generator to maintain electrical reserve power and longer battery life. There's a Jot more to keep this "63 Chevrolet running and looking like new far longer. Yet it's a low-priced car? You bet! Why not let your Chevrolet dealer prove it? The make more people depend on lies Ckoroltt Impaia Sport Satan thara Ut aaejtet JtimooAnat viOttiunev Btl Ain a Ask about "Go with the Greats," a spec/at record album of top artists and hits and see four entirely different kinds of cars at your Chevrolet dea/er's-'63 Chevrolet, Chevy II, Corvair and Corvette HUNTER MOTOR CO., INC 603 MERIDIAN STREET ANDERSON PHONE 644-6326 MAN ABOUT I From I'itK* Four) "You'd bettor slow dowrTor Velma will be calling Fisher Brothers." Tlien she ended by saying. "I'm busy, I'll ring your number," and mistakenly rang F i s h e r Brothers. Funeral Home. Edgar was so taken back tluit lw forgot wlto he was calling and didn't mention the incident until later al a family get-together where he conk! tell of it and embarrass or least have sonic fun out of an o|>enitor's mistake. Mr. Tull used to say many times. "This is a wonderful com- munily." We say in closing, there's only one La(>o4 in the United Stales and there's no finer place to be. The Presidents will be at the new Esquire Cafe with Baby Leon, 11 p. m. to 3 a. m. Sat. Nov. 10th SYRIA GETS LOAN DAMASCUS, Syria (UPD—Po- land has agreed in principle end Syria J15 million to finance industrial projects, according to DIAMONDS HARDIN i SON 33 East llth St. a government spokesnuB here. He said Syria would repay to* in eight years. to loan UM Cliiittlrti Saturday Only TOILET TISSUE 'ROLLS 1011 MERIDIAN "Anderson?,* New Standard 1 of Livcability" OPEN HOUSE Go north on Broadway to Cross Street . . . turn west on Cross Street to GREENBRIAR PARK signs. z mile wes » of , . Community Hospital.) I 3 Bedrooms with Garage DOWN With Our Work Equity Plan . OFFICE HOURS- Daily 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sundays 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Completely Furnished by McDONALD'S • Appliances by T 4 H NORBURY HOMES Builders of Over 100 New Hamti. Phone 644-7747, or Evsninfls Call Mr. Jockjon, 642-6626 Mr. Eckhardt, 644-5379

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