Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on August 11, 1965 · Page 8
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Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 8

Greensburg, Indiana
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Wednesday, August 11, 1965
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PAGE 12 Greensburg (Ind.) Daily News. Wednesday. Aug. 11,1965 Hints From By HELOISE CRUSE Dear Heloise: I had an inspiration today! I turned the grocery shopping cart around before entering the check-out aisle. Unloading was a cinch because the low, -handle-less end was facing me. Try it. You can reach everything in the cart much easier and with far less effort. Mrs. Harold G. Huntington Sugar, you deserve a pat on the back! No more stretching across the handle, or having a hard time reaching under that little inside basket-like gadget that many grocery -carts have. Thank ye kindly, ma'am! Heloise LETTER 9F LAUGHTER Dear Heloise: My six-year-old told her aunt on Sunday, "You are the bestest cook I have ever tasted." Reader I bet you smiled—real proud, huh, mommie? I would have. Love, Heloise Dear Heloise: The bottom drawer in my stove was jammed full of pans and lids, and sometimes I couldn't §et the drawer out, when a lid or pan would catch. I put up a curtain rod (about a yard long) on the wall close to the „ stove, and now put my lids behind this rod. They fit between the wall and rod, and the knobs on the lids fit right on the rod that holds them. Now I can pull out the drawer without getting so aggravated! Irene Bradley .Dear Heloise: I have a problem your readers may be able to help me with: On belts that come with cotton dresses, the cardboard backing cracks and tears off in places, making the belt useless. Can any of your readers suggest a way I can reinforce these belts .to, iaake,aj,ejjx,5t}ft: .agaio?.. Mrs. Kenneth Sauter How about it? Do any of you gals have the answer to this all- too-frequent problem? If so please drop a line to us in care oi this paper. We'd love to hear from you. Heloise I Dear Heloise: Recently I saw the suggestion about "burger-doge." (Making hamburgers in the shape of hot dogs, and serving on hot dog We have these often, but I add a strip of bacon, coiled around the hamburger-dog, and broil it. , , The bacon adds flavor, and makes the burger-dog better than either hamburgers or hot dogs! . Thanks again for being tne spice of life! And, thank you for spicing up our hamburgers. Heloise Dear Heloise: I carry a small roll of cellophane tape, scratch pad, and a pen in my bag, so when I go visiting, and no one is there, I can write a note, tear off a piece of tape, and stick the note to the door. This way, the note never gets 10St ' E. W. Dear Heloise: In polishing my bedroom furniture today, I tried a new idea Services Held For Miss Dorothy Drane Funeral services for Miss Dorothy Drane, 60, retired teacher of commercial subjects, were held here Tuesday afternoon. Friends and relatives attended the rites, which were conducted by the Rev. Gordon E. Masters, ' pastor of the First Christian Church. Entombment was in South Park Mausoleum. The casket bearers were: Kirkwood Chris. tian, Robert Waybright, Leon Humbert, Jack Snyder, Roger • Tilley and Arthur Ralston. for dusting my spool-type poster bed. Instead of wearing out my wrists, I simply sprayed the wax onto a slim dusting rag and polished away, using a shoeshine motion. Not only did the job go faster, but the bed has never look so good, and it only took, a fraction of the time I usually spend. My husband said, "Be sure Heloise finds out about that!" Ruth Ann Bice End Roadside Blight— INDIANAPOLIS (U P I) — Tighter environmental controls and the elimination of roadside blight could be used in all Indiana counties to improve the appearance of the areas. That was the statement Tuesday in a reoprt issued by John E. Mitchell, director of the Indiana Department of Natural Resources. The report outlined ?103 million in local recreational projects which will be needed during the next 10 years. The report points out that natural water resources are most plentiful in the north and forests and irregular topography significant in the south, but adds that each county of the •light— - - I |S * • Counties to Plan for Recreational Projects . . *„„, fpp+nrps and tourism will be of major impor- followed by the northeast, $13 though the scope of county pro- from an mitial 25 per cent a state has natural features and historic sites "which should be preserved or developed. "Immediate needs are most evident in the urban centers in the developing metropolitan areas that surround them, and i n _^mithern__counties where Now You Know Phi Beta Kappa, the renowned academic honor society, is the oldest American college Greek letter fraternity, having been established at William and Mary College, Williamsburg, Va., in 1776, according to the World Almanac. tourism will be of major importance in economic improvement," the report said. Mitchell said the counties must ansume "an ever-increat- ing responsibility for open space planning and for the development of balanced local and regional facilities for outdoor recreation." First Supplement Tuesday's report was the first supplement to a 1964 survey on the needs for land acquisition and development of state properties over the next 10 years-. , The central area headed the lists of areas and costs "with a total of $34 million. Second was the northwest with $32 million, followed by the northeast, $13 million; east central, $9 million; southwest, $6 million, and southeast, $3 million. Many counties must make their first step the establishment of an "effective organization to plan, develop and administer outdoor recreation areas," the report said, al- FREDDIE SLACK DIES HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — Funeral arrangements were pending today for pianist and orchestra leader Freddie Slack, 55, who popularized "Mr. Five By Five" and "Cow Cow Boogie." Slack was found dead Tuesday night in his apartment. „ 0 .. the scope of county programs and the forms of action "will depend in each case on particular local needs." "However, there are counties „. Indiana which will not be ready to undertake full scale planning programs in the' foreseeable future," the report said. "Acquisition will be an important element in all programs in this 10-year period and will be costly in urban areas where it is most urgent," MitcheU said. Federal Assistance The report recommended that the local share of federal assistance under the 1965 Land and Water Conservation Fund Act be "gradually increased from an initial 25 per cent and that local projects benefit by about one-half the total $23.mfl- lion expected in the next 10 years." ,._«.' Mitchell added the department has "found a growing awareness of county responsibility for preserving the natural beauty of Indiana and for providing adequate and balanced outdoor recreation facilities for' all its people." LONGTIME HOLDOUT KETTERING, England (UPl) —BUI Ball ended 79 years of bachelorhood Tuesday. He mar- . ried Joyce West, a kitchen maid,. who is 27. -rT *r> VJi it '.'<& ••i'-.f- r. •••vl Copyright, 1965, King Features PRICES IN THIS AD EFFECTIVE THRU SATURDAY, AUG. 14TH BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL NEWS Dennis B. Doerflinger, agent for the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company in Greensburg and vicinity, has passed Part I of the Charter Life Underwriters advanced course. He has also been awarded the National Quality Award for performance for the past two years by the National Association of Life Insurance Agents. KRAFT'S MIRAC1E WHIP 39 QUART JAR PURE CANE COLONIAL SUGAR 5 49 NEW 1965 TIDE DETERGENT REG. BOX DEL MONTE 2% " N ' 211 NO. 2'A CAN SLICED PINEAPPLE... DOLE CRUSHED PINEAPPLE. DEL MONTE • CLING PEACHES DEL MONTE NO. 2'/2 WHOLE SPICED PEACHES JAR DEL MONTE 303 FRUIT COCKTAIL CAN DEL MONTE 303 FRUITS FOR SALADS.... Top Treat Beverages STOKELY TOMATOES. ...... 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