Anderson Daily Bulletin from Anderson, Indiana on December 17, 1962 · Page 13
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Anderson Daily Bulletin from Anderson, Indiana · Page 13

Anderson, Indiana
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Monday, December 17, 1962
Page 13
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PAGt M ANDERSON DAILY IUUETIN MONDAY-, DECEMIER 17, 1962 Students Turn Lobbyists To Get Oregon Attention lobbying nl Hie 1%3 session o(| The University of Oregon Scn-l By JAMES J. DOYI.K Unite* Vmt InlrrnnUonul the Oregon Legislature in Salcm.| a ( Ci with the cooperation of other EUGENE. Ore. (UI'D — Stu- 11 will be a case of scnalor|stale-supported schools, plans to louts nt the University of Orogon'lobbying senator, and the studentS'send four representatives to Hie want more attention'from slalcjnre "dead serious about getlincjstale assembly. Since they are to KetileRislnlion to further their aims.'sUiclcnls. and because the eyes The students intend to achieve their ends by explaining, and by working with legislators and edu- •alion committees. Elwood Club Has Dinntr And Dance ELWOOD — The annual Christ- nuts dinner and dance was held by the Welcome Wagon Ncw> i Bob Brown ALL hand-wired! NO printed circuits! Long, long dependable performancel We Sell ZENITH ONLY Nuf SedIII! Change To Zenith Yon Will He Glad Yon Did!! Easy Terms Trade Now £ & § | BOB BROWN Meadowbrook TV \"' 3STH and MAIN PHONE 644-1166 this they have (he backing comers Club at the Elwood Coun. y Club. Dinner was served from UK L'-ahnpcd tables with cen- Tpieccs of Clirislmas greenery nd lighted, with red candles, rs. Dannie Austin, Welcome 'agon hostess for Elwood. wcl- omcd (he guests and introduced ic sponsors present. Music for anclng was -furnished .by the ex Jenkins Combo. Eighty-six ersons registered for the din- and 125 attended the dance Inch followed. Mr. and Mrs. Oakley Skillman, R 2, have received word that icir grandson,'Howard Skillman, ationed with the U. S. Air Force South Dakola, has received medal for saving a man's lite giving mouth-lo-mouth' respir- lion. Skillman is the son of Mr. id Mrs. Eugene Skillman of edford, formerly of Elwood Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Stevens of Jlwood are the parents of a rl born at Community liospi- al, Anderson. Mr. and Airs. Donald McCorkle Rft i, Atlanta are the parents a boy, born at Mercy Hos- lal. .Mercy Hospital admissions: lelanic Jo Silvey, 418 N. nth Carl Bcneficl, 2833 South J John Wimer, 1G01 Soulh F Mrs. Isora Haiishew, 1913 orlli D St. Mercy Hospital dismissals: Irs. Ora Horseman. Ml N. J2th Mrs. Ca-1 McCarty and aby, 2228 South II. St. Oregon legislators j been lobbied by students of la state-supported institution. H jniay be the first lime Ihat any - islatc legislature has been lobbied il'by students. ^ ' Chairman of the school's senate commitlec on lobbying, Phil Sher- bnrnc, says he has met several limes with the chairmen of the jjlj> Higher Education Committee at 5*.the University's rival school in {•iOregon. — Oregon Slale Univcr- 'sily—to start the ball rolling. . lie said thai during Ihe 1961 ! session of the legislature, other \ colleges and universities gave ; their recommendations to Ihe OSU 1 committee arid 'the U. of 0. scn- ' ate. The students are busy gath- { ering background in all areas of ^ education that might come before [the legislature next year. »*• One of the most importanl ob- J<Vjectives of the plan. Shcrburnc J$ says, will be lobbying for support JKJ'of community colleges in Oregon. I If a proposal permitting commu- inity colleges is passed, he says, jthe larger schools among the i stale-supported institutions, will be able to raise their entrance requirements. Bulletin-Herald Classifieds CITIZENS BANKING CO. For A Happier Next Year and Forever After OPEN A SAVINGS ACCOUNT SOON! /By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Pr Albany, cloudy 24 4 Albuquerque, clc*r ... 52 24 Atlanta, clear 52 32 Bismarck, cloudy .... 50 29 Raise, cloudy 47 39 . Boston, cloudy 29 18 .01 Buffalo, snow 28 22 .02 Chicago, clear 36 33 Cleveland, cloudy 31 20 Denver, clear 61 32 DCS Moincs. cloudy .. 53 28 Detroit, cloudy 32 27 You dont need a crystal bail to foresee that your future will be a whols lot brighter, happier, mor« secure if you give systematic laving an important place In your present. Set your sights on what you want . . . and lave for itl There's nothing like a growing savings account to give you thai satisfying feeling of getting somewhere! Every deposit is a mile- stone on the road to your cherished objectives. let us show you why your bznk should bt BACKING COMPANY Member Federal Deposit Insurance Carp. • Member Federal Resorv* System One of the greatest hazards to le safety of infants under Uic ge of one year is smothering in icir beds. Weatlter Elsewhere New York, cloudy .... Jl 22 Oklahoma City, clear . 68 'M Omaha, cloudy 60 33 Philadelphia, cloudy . 37 T8 Phoenix, cloudy 74 51 Pillsburgh. cloudy .... 29 23 Portland, Me., cloudy . 26 15 _ Portland, Ore., rain . 52 45 Hapid City, cloudy 02 32 Richmond, clear 41 2i) St, Louis, clear 43 31 Sail Lake Cily. clear ... 27 23 .. San Diego, rain . ... 68 55 .01 San Francisco, rain ..57 54 .83 Fort Worth, clear'.... 67 42 Helena, cloudy 48 34 . Honolulu, clear 80 69 .01 Indianapolis, clear 33 25 Juncau. cloudy ... 42 37 .50 Kansas City, clear ... 60 42 Los Angeles, loudy ..68 56 Louisville, clear 37 21 Memphis, clear _ 57 27 Miami, clear 73 57 Milwaukee, clear ... 32 24 Mpls., St. Paul, clear .41' 18 New Orleans, clear ... 66 42 Running In Purple LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — County Judge Arch Campbell made pun* his official color, county road machinery and other public vehicles arc painted a dazzling shade of purple. The judge iias the pamt made In a Fairbanks, clear"..".".! 26 1!) .09 Seattle, cloudy ....... 50 46 .05 Tampa, cloudy 63 47 Washington, cloudy ... 63 36 .. (T-Trace) A slar is formed, according to the most common theory, from a cloud of interstellar dust and gas reacting to pressure from nearby stars. After the clouds reach a certain density, gravitational at traction pulls the particles still .. closer. eL -I • JANICE TINCH, Owner • ELINOR McCOY • HENRIETTA WELLS • AGNES FULLER 50 HOLIDAY SPECIAL REG. *20°° WAVE OPEN IVtNINGS IY APPOINTMENT 1314 MERIDIAN PH. 642-4341 $ 13 ONIY '•?-.„ factory from his own special foi> mula. And every two years whefc IK runs for reelection, his cain- hai paign signs consist of simple pur-' All pie posters with no lettering at all. Tlic largest viruses are smaller than the smallest bacteria. BESTWAY DRIVE-IN ONE-HOUR CLEANERS 2 LOCATIONS 2716 NICHOL AVE. 29th and BROWN tit. SHIRT SERVICE t Vtry eCo Coil SPECIALS for MOM.-'HIES. - WED.-THURS. DECEMBER 17-18-19-20 MEN'S—LADIES' SPORT COATS PLAIN SKIRTS SWEATERS PANTS CASH and CARRY - " *"T<rw.' "Of Course, I Belong to Come In Now and Select Any of These Plans: 25c $12.50 Club" Yon Too Can Be a Happy Christmas Clnbber in 1963 ... JOIN NOW! There's no reason why you can't start looking forward to Christmas holidays, instead of dreading them because of expenses. It's easy when you belong to our Christmas Savings Club! ^?3S& Support Your Community Shop Your Local Stores Fill out coupon b«low and tncloi* yaur Til Club payment, Your CKriitmal Club Book will b* Mnt by return mail. P CUP AND MAIL TO'ANDERSON FEDERAL SAVINGS NAME ADDRESS •— AMOUNT OF CLUB PAYMENT - Jackson ol llth —Midtown And»r»an

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