The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on March 28, 1962 · Page 8
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 8

Tipton, Indiana
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Wednesday, March 28, 1962
Page 8
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ARMED RED BANDS ENCROACH BORDERS OF KASHMIR, NEPAL, BHUTAN, INDIA AND BURMA ^ I FORMOSA STILL 5 A NATIONALIST = CHINA REDOUBT = 'PROGRESS RHPOKT '—The National People's Congress scheduled for late this month in Peip- inj^ has a review ul Communist progress in Southeast Asia on its agenda, and from the looks of this map. the subject can provide plenty to talk about. Communism must win by force of arms. I'eiping has been telling Moscow. (Central Press) MM mm By GAYLORD P. GODWIN United Press International ' WASHINGTON (UPI) — The Pli-ntiful Foods Program is one of thr Agriculture Department's undertakings designed to improve dietary levels and to expand cur- re .-t and future markets for food. The program is a direct outgrowth of a World War II effort 1o manage civilian food supplies by encouraging consumers to shift .from rationed and other scarce lo;iil to those in more abundant supply. The specific purpose of the pro- g;::.n is to increase the commercial marketing of foods that are in peak seasonal supply or are otherwise plentiful. It is built upon the principle that advertising jia>s. Tt attempts to accomplish its purpo.-e by mobilizing, on a voluntary basis, the merchandising and informational resources of the food trade, and allied groups in support of the sales and pr .motion efforts of producer gr tups. A continuing activity under the fplenliful Foods Program is to provide information on foods in need of merchandising attention. Each month a national and five regional plentiful foods lists are issued to cooperating trade and information groups. The- public feeding industry — hotels, restaurants, industrial feeders—receives - ! an especially adapted version of these lists. Special selections within the list are made for school lunch programs. Because the department is concerned with reaching all consumers, the plentiful foods list is not designed as a guide to the best buys from a nutrition standpoint, for families with limited food budgets. This does not mean, however, that the list can't be useful to those concerned with helping • low - income families. Rather, it requires that they use it on a selective basis, taking into NAMES WIPED OFF BELGRADE, Yugoslavia (UPI) -v -The names of Josef Stalin, Chinese Community party chairman Mao Tse-tung'and Romania's head ofstate Gheorghe Glieorghiu- dej are being wiped off buildings and factories in Romania, it was reported Monday. The Yugoslav news agency Tan-, jug said in a dispatch from Bucharest this was being done as part of the de-Stalinization campaign in the Soviet satellite. account their, audience and market conditions in their own area. »2^l^4fa^Aw LY AVAI LABI E L LeafhefRian-Morris Dependable Ambulance Service Lenten Message By. The Rev. Edgar Golden O.F.M. Conv. Superior Franciscan Mission House Rensselaer, N. Y. Written For UPI Man thirsts for Lent. Were there no sacred season bearing this name, man would fashion one. He would do this because rational creature somehow feels God's great love for him is undue. Thus, he proclaims his unworthiness by self - denial and prayer. Mankind heeds the Baptist's warning: "Do penance, for the kingdom of God is at.hand.". This is all the more,true in the Christian economy. Owing to our sins, Christ wept, suffered, died. The measure of the Christian's love for his Redeemer is betrayed by the manner in which he enters into the holy days of Lent. The sincere soul cherishes these forty days. Lent tells him what he is, how he appears in the sight of God. Lent points up life's meaning anew, providing for all a time of growth. Man willingly falls to his knees at this meaningful season.' He needs no great urging to embrace the wisdom of Holy. Writ: "Unlsss you do penance you cannot enter the kingdom of heaven." Having seen the folly of striving for ephemeral treasures of earth, the true man of God uses Lent a's a means for laying up in heaven the "treasures which neither rust nor moth does consume." A & W Drive In now open daily at 11 a.m. Try our quick service for lunch. C-160 RALPH LEATHERMAN About this question: "My commercial building was insured for $62,000 in 1955. Your chart of inflating property values shows that brick and concrete structures ^iave increased in value about 12% during the past three years. Would $69,500 of insurance be needed for full Value coverage today?" APRIL 12th & 13th 7:30 p.m. Thursday 1:30 p.m. Friday St. John 's Auditorium MHI street Bake Sale By Home Economics Classes of the Tipfon High School - St. Joseph Academy Sponsored by the Door Prizes - Refreshments - Gifts Tipton Daily Tribune ulflRSH SPRING-TIME CLEANING BE PREPARED.;:BUY NOW AND SAVE! LUSTR0-WARE PLASTIC GARBAGE CANS 12-CALLON REG. 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