Anderson Daily Bulletin from Anderson, Indiana on December 17, 1962 · Page 3
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Anderson Daily Bulletin from Anderson, Indiana · Page 3

Anderson, Indiana
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Monday, December 17, 1962
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MONDAY, DICIMIU 17, W2 ANDIRSON DAILY IULLITIM PAGE ] Mature Parent •j MUUEL RESCUE K1TC1IKN CINDEKELLAS Thelma'i moUiw U a good cook. During the holidays, her relatives •nd friends ilways accept her in- vitations'to dinner. And always, during Hie meal, somehow learn that it was she who stuffed the «urk«y, whipped the potatoes, prepared the vegetables and the delectable, home-baked pies. When her guests finally rise from th* table, they are » impressed by the loneliness of. her labor in their behalf that they never wonder, "What poor soul is stuck with the dirty dishes and pots that supported this star performance?" As a result, Thelma (and occasionally a cousin) adjourns, to the kitchen with its stacks of dishes and greasy pans and iU floor Uttered with peelings left by the star performer. No adult ever comes backstage to ask, "Can I help you with this mess?" For the impression T h e 1 m a ' s mother has created of an overworked hostess includes the suggestion that Thelma is a lazy, incompetent girl. Accordingly, the unspoken feeling among her guests is, "It's time thai kid was made to help. Washing up alone is what she deserves for leaving poor Lil lie to do everything." Snrt focus of attention on my tit: distinctly* Tli Ticks by hllou, In 14 K Gold, Gold Filled, ir Sterling LAWMNCI ' But "poof Lillie" would no nore think of permitting Tfelma o assist in making a holiday din >er than a Broadway star would think of allowing a bit-player's name to be put up in lights. Families have their admiratlon- cravini stare, too. They are the mothers who monopolize stage center as the makers of holiday easts. They invariably assign daughters to the bit-player role of kitclren Cinderella. I always marvel at the optimism of those child guidance "experts" who urge parents to share excit- ng chores with children. Those of us who can dispense with our ! u e s t s' admiration occasional- y don't have to be told to give rhelma a chance at stuffing the Christmas turkey. Those of us who can't ar« not joing to offer it to her because some psychologist tells us to. We're going right on claiming every last bit of credit for the east we have made — and leave the backstage to Thelma. Savings Bonds Sales Increase John Kollegge, chairman of the Madison County U.S. Savings Bonds Committee, has received report revealing that the county's Savings Bonds "sales for November for MiM.658, comparec with $468.730 for the correspond- ng period of last year. The state's sales for November were $9,689,134 and $10.690,091 for the like period of 1961—a loss of 9.4 per cent. Thirty-nine of the state's 92 counties reported sales gains for the month. With November sales, 25 coun ties have exceeded their tales quota for 1962. Arizona reaps $200 million from tourists annually. 1207-1213 MERIDIAN when death occurs away from home call RO2ELL.E ....first! they can tak« care of •II d«tall» for • ervfeas •nd burial. Vewsmen Aid Is Cited As Public Duty BLOOM1NGTON, bid. (UPD- Public officials havt M prat i duty to cooperate with reporters n providing mtarmatton of public -one*™ as has th* newsman to gather news, Li. Gov. Richird 0. RistiM told an Indiana tniversity journ»lism meeUnf Friday night. "Our free system at jovem nent, with its guaranty of freedom of the press and the people's right to know, depends for effec- ual functioning upon the making of all news fully and promptly available to me public," Ristine said. "Thii means all newt, favorable or unfavorable to the official or department involved," he added Ristine addressed the Indiana ress Institute, sponsored annual y by Sigma Delta Chi, the pro- essional fraternity of journalists, Governor Welsh and other speakers will address the group today. Risline offered a three point program for public officials in retard to their public information >rogram: —Be available, even when il sn't convenient. —Keep your office, your committee meetings, and all gather iigs where public business is con sidered, open to the press insofar as is possible in the public in erest. —Make sure that adequate phys ral facilities are provided for al media of information, with dui regard to specialized requirements of different media. Chatter Of Wall Street NEW YORK (UPI) — Smiler Safian, Inc. says all its stu point to a continuation of the powerful market of the past sev eral weeks. It says there is still enougt upside potential on a short-tern and long-term basis to produc sizable profits for traders anc investors who buy now. Hie only thing to beware of i impatience. When slocks movi forward spectacularly, as other: back and fill, there is a stroni tendency to feel that unless you stock is up every day it is "be hind" the market. Such impa tiencc breeds needless and costl; switching. A turn for the better has conn in the steel industry, the Vain Line Investment • Survey state! Although several key uncertain ties remain, on the whole th steel industry should find 1963 m worse, and perhapi somewha better, than 1962. 25,000 HENS KILLED FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) Fire destroyed a bam and grain storage building at Uie Noi mon Dennis farm near For Wayne and killed 25,000 layin hens. Dennis estimated the lob PENNEYS Sensational Special Selling! *O"> ANNIVERSARY «*.. ^ -"* THEY'RE YOURS NOW AT THESE FABULOUS LOW PRICES! I Chrl«tm«llm* . . , anytime COUNT (ON PENNEY BRANDS for th* kind of quality you'r* happy to own, proua to glv*. manufacturers closeouts received! $ 17 $ 22 $ 28 $ 35 Come see Uie breath-taking buys! Find an exciting selection of fine quality fashion coats with designer details and tailoring extras that spell value! All wools! Wool |. : blends! Fur trims! Rich solid (ones! Colorful tweeds and plaids! The season's top styles you'll be proud to own - - to wear! CHARGE IT! NO DOWN PAYMENT! Open Till 8:30 p.m. Every Night Till Christmas CLOSE AT 5:30 P.M. ON CHRISTMAS EVE PENNEY'S 60"- ANNIVERSARY •T Chrt»«m«.tlm« . .. .nytlm* COUNTON P«NN*VS FOR A FULL MKA« 'KMC OF. VALUI wortfiy of you* eoiv fldcnc* In u*. BUY NOW...YOU'LL BE GLAD ALL WINTER... CHARGE IT I MEN'S! WOMEN'S! CHILDREN'S! TERRIFIC VALUES Big Style Selection For Every Member of the Family! Hurry for Best Choice! FUR TRIMMED SUBURBAN Inky black wool is superbly collared in black dyed rabbit. Pile lined, wool interim- 1 A 88 iiig. Sizes 10 to 18 -*-^ LAMINATED KNIT JACKETS Newest style in jackets of warm orlon<«> acrylic laminated knit. Choice of royal, red or black/Sizes 8 to 18 FUR TRIMMED PLAIDS Colorful dark green swatch plaid jacket with raccoon trim. Warm pile lining. Sizes 8 to 16 PILE LINED CORDUROY Last word in high fashion sport style. Orlon<«> acrylic pile lined cotton cordu- "1 Q95 roy. Tan, green, spice, black. 8-18. ~*-s BOYS' PENN-SUEDE JACKETS! Sizes 10 to IS 12 Rugged Pcnn-Sucdc—a cotton knit and vinyl laminate felted with pure nylon . . . has the look and feel of suede leather. Lined withAcrilanl*) acrylic pile—quilt lined sleeves and kicker. Knit collar and cuffs. GIRLS' JACKET SELECTION Supplons! Vinyl suedes! Norpolcs! Lined cottons! Pea coats! Corduroy- styles! You'll find them all in Penney's varied selection for girls! All designed with special details, warm linings of quilt or pile. Sizes 4 to 14. MOST WANTED MEN'S STYLES! Sins 36 to 46 | Z|^ Handsome selection of quilt-lined laminated knits . . . pile lined cottons . . . vinyls that look and feel like leather, clean with a damp cloth . . . and many more! Sizes 36 to 46. OPEN TILL 8:30 P.M. EVERY NIGHT TILL CHRISTMAS

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