Anderson Herald from Anderson, Indiana on August 28, 1966 · Page 2
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»A<X 20 ANMRSON SUNDAY HERALD SUNDAY, AUGUST 28, 19M Politicians Life Depicted As Not Easy FRENCH LICK, Ind. (UPD- The life of a politician isn't all help her, he's accused of being against senior citizens." it's cracked up to be, hundreds i gut that's onlv the beginning, of them were toid Saturday. JFi ynn The politician he The speaker was an expert told the gathering, must listen tn his own right, a political j to "every windbag in his party writer. :who gives a speech because if he doesn't, that wirdbag won't Robert Flynn, who toils for I he doesn't, that wir,; e Evansville Press, a Scripps- listen to him later. the Howard newspaper, have some kind of a code." Flynn said the politician puts his entire history on the line when he runs for office. "By the time primary election day rolls around, everyone knows whether this fellow sas- 5ed his eighth grade teacher and how many times he the'missed Sunday school," he said. "If he ever kidded someone about being a mackerel sr.°ap- " '- out he is has to be ikes he tells a.so a few red faces ' ' jold as'we,,," F, y ™ said. ™ - ^^ ™* ^ "If the politician helps make' "Doctors, for instance, don't Flynn said the politician's up a slate of candidates for the i have to worry about public i f am jiy undergoes scrutiny also primary election, he is a dicta- criticism from other doctors.[pointing out that his children hey manage to get the,had better avoid fights in school funeral directors toi and nis wife must be sure not was the the Flynn maintained that ..., fall ! greatest menace to the politi- lurxiheon speaker at meeting of the Indiana Demo-'cian is another politician. , . cratic Editorial Association, i "Politicians are in a business %*.: r^L,-!! 0 ' ' What he told the politicians i in which the operators not only " After they clanish tor," Flynn said. "And if he's on the ticket made up by one of the dictators, he's a puppet or a captive candidate. "If one of them helps an old lady across the street, the ru- bury their mistakes, there isno| to snu b anyone at the super- chance that some other doctor will point out errors. Lawyers have their code of ethics that market. "So for the next year, at least, let's hope our friends in nior goes out immediately he'sjkeeps them from suing each I p^jtj cs '" s t" a y TSfameies'sT Or" "if got a_jnistress. If he doesr.,'t'other. Even used car dealersjthey can't manage that, may I their foes be too stupid to i ferret out their weak spots," he I said. Police said a retired used car ing. dealer shot and killed himseli Saturday after wounding three persons, including a police officer, and barricading himself in house. a house in Atlanta's northwest section. He was identified as T. Fred Paschall, about 70. Officers said daughter parked in front. Mrs, DRINK FRUIT PIES ORANGE JUICE Marsh Frozen Watermelon Indiana Ripe and up jCity Controller To Speak Monday Robert Miller, Anderson City PHONE COMANY SOLD INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - The Indiana Public Service Commission today approved the sale of EARLY WEEK SPECIALS AT PRICES GOOD THRU TUBS., AUG. 30th SMALL LEAN FRESH Picnics SAUSAGE fc 2% MILK 3 'LI 0 ' 99? 2% Milk Dole Pink Pineapple/Grapefruit CHINESE PREMIER CHOU EN-LAI (third from right) leads other Chinese and Vietnamese officials in shouting slogans against "the U.S. aggression" during a rally in Peking. Atlanta Man Wounds Three ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) - 'aschall wounded his stepdaughter, Pearl Robertson Paschall, 44; with a shotgun blast and his granddaughter, 7-year- old Beverly Robertson. Also in- Paschall entered and a loud argument was heard. When she came out of the house and got in the car. Paschall rushed out. He thrust the lobbing tear gas into the build- Officers exchanged gunfire with Paschall for about 30 minutes be/or? rushing the Neighbors said the shooting started outside the house when Mrs. Paschall and the grand- jouse. Neighbors called police. Nixon was shot when he and another officer drove up in front of the dwelling. jured was policeman Bather shotgun through a window, fired Mxon before Paschall took 'his and then ran back into tha own life. A spokesman at Grady Memorial Hospital said the police officer was struck in the face and chest and was the most serious- y wounded. Mrs. Paschall suf- ered a shoulder wound, and the Aild was dismissed after treatment for superficial wounds. Police said they found Pas- hall lying dead in a hallway of his cement block house. They ushed the structure after driv- ng armored cars near it and THE HOUSE OF THE WEEK FOR MAMMOTH CAVE INDIANAPOLIS (AP)-Armco Corp. of Indianapolis will be awarded a $12,375 Department of Interior contract next Monday for clamps to be used at Mammoth Cave National Park, Ky., the office of Rep. Andrew Jacobs Jr.,D-Ind., said today L Mom Gets Break in Contemporary Ranch By ANDY LANG There isn't much doubt that architect Herman H. York had the lady of the house in mind when he designed this contemporary ranch. With no sacrifice of living :oir.'fort for Dad and the children, York has gone all out to provide generously for the needs of Mom, who spends most of her time at home. There is a decided emphasis on the kitchen and its satellite areas. The most obvious example of this is the large laundry room near the kitchen, with ample space not only for the Washing and drying appliances, but also for ironing and sewing. And look at the kitchen-dinette, more than 21' long, with an amazingly large amount of cabinet space, a built-in oven, burner top and every modern convenience, plus an old-fashioned floor-to-ceiling pantry. The dinette portion has a radio-appliance center so that Mom can listen to music as she cooks and serves or can just sit and relax when the mood strikes her. Remember that all this space is in addition to the regular formal dining room, directly adjacent. Because most family outdoor living is done at the rear of the house (for privacy), tin's layout features both the living room and the family room toward the rear. The fireplace is in the family room, which connects directly with the terrace, read- ilv accessible to the kitchen through a rear door. A barbecue can be built into the main cbimney at the back of the terrace area. Complete control of tbe terrace is nos- sible from botb the kitchen and family room, with large "lass areas overlooking this vital sector. The bedroom wing at the right side of the house has three rooms, the largest of which has a Drivate hath and a walk-in closet 36 square feel in size. The hall bath is of the snlit variety designed to provide dual use. with two lavatories,and a vanitv. Special towel space within the bathroom, in addition to a linen closet in the hall, makes for generous linen storage. The lartie or owners' bedroom has double doors, adding a touch of elegance. The double door design also is used at the front entrance of the house. The doors, with glazed contem- MODIFIED CONTEMPORARY; been avoided by treatment over the garage. porary panels, open into a large foyer. Incidentally, a door at the side of the garage leads to the laundry room and a lavatory, so that anyone with muddy feet and soiled hands can clean up before going into the house. While the basic design shows the garage opening at the front, the plans include an alternate entrance from the side should the size of the plot permit. Either. way, there is ample storage space in the garage for power equipment, bicycles, etc. The cellar stair is located to give direct access from the garage and laundry room. But if the house should be built either on a slab or over a crawl space, the area occupied by the stair could be utilized by a furnace or an air conditioning unit. Design G-48 blends vertical wood walls with stone for a harmonious exterior. While contemporary in style, such things as a cupola, shutters, flower boxes and a covered entrance add a feeling of warmth and livability. Three-bec/room ranch has completely modern lines, but any suggestion of starkness has, of windows, with shutters and window boxes, as well as covered entrance and cupola G-48 STATISTICS Design G-48 has a living room, dining room, family room, kitchen-dinette, laundry room, foyer, three bedrooms and 2' B baths, with a habitable area of 1973 square feet. There also is a large rear terrace, as well as a two- car garage with plenty of storage space. The overall dimensions are 82' 8" by 44'. If a larger plot is available, the garage doors can be located at the side. FLOOR PLANS: This well laid-out floor arrangement gives special attention fo th» working area of the house, with a large kitchen-dinette, full pantry, mud closet, extra- targe laundry room and a lavatory — with a door at the rear and another from ths garage. HOW TO BUILD, BUY OR SELL YOUR HOME Full study plan information on this architect-designed House of the Week can be yours now. It comes to you in a handy folder with a baby blueprint showing each floor and all elevations plus "Tips on Building a House." The price is only 50 cents. Send to The Anderson Herald, P.O. Box 993, Gen. Post Office, New York 1, N.Y. | Enclosed is SO cents for baby blueprint on design G-48 Enclosed is $1 for YOUR HOME booklet n Narne- I Street- State. City . (For first class handling of pbn desired, enclose long, self-addressed and stamped envelope). FAMILY ROOM: Delightful family room at the rear of house has fireplace at the far end, with sliding glass doors at one sia'e leading to terrace and entrance at other side io living room. 4888 • f Magic Mortgage Plan • jx' Open-End Mortgages f Home Improvement Loans Come In this week for Ml (fefaffs ANDERSON LOAN ASSOCIATION MAIN OFFICE: TENTH AT JACKSON • TELEPHONE 644-7771

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