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August 12, 1965

Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 5

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AMA's Can Refuse Medicare Patients CHICAGO (UPI) — The American Medical Association (•AMA) advised its more than 200,000 members Wednesday that individual physicians can legally refuse to treat patients wno receive federal medicare benefits. The AMA warned, however, that if "physicians acting in concert through medical organizations" refuse to participate in the medicare program, they run the risk of violating antitrust laws. The new AMA statement, issued from its Chicago headquarters, marked a departure from the stand of some other medical groups and from previous statements of AMA President Dr. James Z. Appel. The directors of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons last week urged its 15,000 members to follow a stringent policy of non-participation in the medicare program. Some local medical societies have also gone on record against participation in the plan. The AMA has long opposed medicare, which is financed through Social Security. Instead, it endorsed implementation of the Kerr-Milis law, which provides •medical benefits on a voluntary" basis financed through federal funds allocated to individual states on a'matching basis. ' Ait its June convention in New York City, the AMA issued a statement saying it was "each physician's obligation" to decide for himself whether to participate in medicare. At that itime. Appel said that refusal to participate would be in violation of the law. EXCHANGE ENVOYS CAIRO, Egypt (UPD-Egypt and Turkey have agreed to exchange ambassadors for the first time since 1961 when Egypt severed relations with Turkey for recognizing the Syrian regime. PUBLIC SALE We will sell at public auction, 3 miles south of Millhousen ,1 miles west of Napoleon, on SATURDAY, AUGUST 21 Beginning at 12:30 p. m. FARM EQUIPMENT—1950 Ford tractor, good condition; Dearborn plows, two 12"; Dearborn cultivators; Allis Chalmers 60 combine with motor; Co-op gravity bed; Coby wagon and bed; Goby wagon without bed; Case baler with Wisconsin motor; Case single chain elevator; New Idea corn shredder; Van Brunt drill, 13-hole on rubber; New Idea corn picker, one row; John Deere side delivery rake; John Deere rotary hoe; spike harrow, 60-tooth; culti- packer; 6-ft. disc; John Deere spreader on steel; furrow opener; old rotary hoe; Black Hawk corn planter; cultivators for F-12; Mayrath sprayer; tractor seed sower; dump scoop for tractor; lime spreader; clipper fanning mill; Ford heat houser; 8-hole metal hog feeder; Simplicity garden tractor; Wright chain saw; and Lombard chain saw. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS AND MISCELLANEOUS—2 small bedsteads, springs and mattresses; cane bottom chair; 3 rocking chairs; stand table; lard press; Mirro-matic pressure cooker; 2 gas brooders; water separator; fruit jars; stone jars; electric broiler; water fountains; feeders; small step ladders; copper boiler; push plow; 300 Ib. beam scales; tractor umbrella; hand cart; pump jack; 2 log booms; extension power take-off for Ford; small harrow; some small tools and miscellaneous items not listed. TERMS—GASH, — ,- - NOT -RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS. MRS. CHARLES YOUNG MRS. CECIL YOUNG Andy Huff, auctioneer. Napoleon UL 2-4895 The Ripley County Bank, clerk. PUBLIC AUCTION of Valuable Real Estate Due to health and other considerations, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Werner will sell their farm at public auction, on TUESDAY, AUGUST 17 Beginning at 1:30 p. m. Located 7 miles north of Batesville, Ind., on Highway No. 229, 7 miles south of road No. 52 at Metamora, one hour drive from Indianapolis, 45-minute drive from Cincinnati, on Interstate No. 74. Beautiful farm of 220 acres; 182 acres cropland, approximately 40 acres corn planted, approximately 30 acres wheat seeded to alfalfa and clover, 15 acres oats seeded to alfalfa, approximately 15 acres soybeans, approximately 20 acres plowed will be seeded by sale. Balance in alfalfa hay and pasture. This is very productive land, very well managed, well limed and fertilized, also tiled. Beautiful set of buildings, including 9-room modern home, full basement, all insulated, aluminum storm windows and doors. This home is surrounded by beautiful shade trees and flower beds with picnic tables for plenty of outdoor living. Also nice lake with plenty of fish, picnic tables and grill close by. Large barn with concrete drive, automatic waterers, 32x70 loafing shed for livestock with automatic waterers, 40-ft. feed bunk for livestock with roof overhead and concreted on each side, 36x80 concrete building with automatic waterers, also automatic fans, all insulated, has pipe to hookup to gas, also has concrete along one side and equipped with farrowing stalls for sows; also has large feed room attached. 30x50 tool shed with concrete floor, granary overhead for plenty of grain storage space. 40x40 tool shed with corn cribs. These buildings recently painted. Milking parlor, equipped with automatic feeders; elevated Herringbone stalls for easy milking. Chore Boy pipe line milker which milks direct into bulk tank. Also, a Hydroponic system which is invaluable to any livestock program. It is all automatic and produces one-half ton of green feed each day. This farm is well equipped for any type of farming, in a good agriculture area, only 15 miles from Brookville in Franklin county, the site of the $30,000,000 flood control project, also only 12 miles from Lake Santee, close to good churches, schools and shopping center. TERMS OF SALE: 25% down, 25% by November 1, balance January 2, 1966. Purchaser shall have possession of land as soon as present crops are harvested, possession of buildings on or before January 2, 1966. Purchaser shall be given good title to property. Taxes due in November 1965 shall be paid by seller. For further information call Arthur Comer Auction Service, Osgood, Ind. 675-2951. Inspect this farm and compare it with other available property. Then come to the sale Tuesday, August 17th. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Werner ARTHUR COMER AUCTION SERVICE Osgood, Indiana. ARTHUR COMER AND ASSOCIATES, Auctioneers. For Information Phone 675-2951 "Contact Us to-Conduct Your Sale the Successful Way" Yak Fat Makes Truckers Chuckle AMBASSADORS OF HOOSIER HOSPITALITY — Miss Mili- cenr Huber of New Point (third from left) and Mrs. Beulah Blauvelt, R. R. 5, (extreme right) were jamong a busload of persons who took a 1,250-mile tour through Kentucky and Tennessee July 27-30, extending a "Welcome to Indiana invitation in the stepped-up tourist program of the state. They olso studied tourist programs of the two states, where they met government officials and tourist .representatives. This group of the traveling Hoosiers is pictured in front of Kentucky's' floral clock on the Capitol Building grounds in Frankfort. The tour was sponsored, jointly by. the Tourist, Division, Indiana Department of Commerce, and Southern Indiana, Inc. "" *."''."':_. Even Railroads, ICC Admits It's Funny— By CLIFF SESSIONS WASHINGTON (UPI)—They are going to be yukking about the great yak fat case of 1965 for a long time in the trucking industry. And even the railroads and the Interstate Commerce Commission, which bore the brunt of the gag, have to admit that it's funny. The case, M-19432 in the ICC's lies, stemmed from a proposal )y trucker Leroy Hilt of Lincoln, Neb. Like most truckers, lilt believes the railroads will instinctively complain about anything truck operators do. Submits Plans Hilt submitted plans for shipping large quantities of yak fat rom Omaha to Chicago at 45 cents per 100 pounds. He said the fat would travel in lots of 80,000 pounds, or two iruckloads each. It would be stored in barrels, boxes, pails, tubs and other containers suitable for yak fat. For those not well versed in yak 'fat • facts, it comes from yaks, which are a shaggy form of ox that can reach 6 feet in height and tip the scales at ,200 pounds. Yaks can come in handy. They make good beasts of burden and their milk, hide and lair are in heavy demand in yak-using circles. Presumably their fat also has many appli- :ations. The catch in Hilt's plan, how- ;ver, was that except for a few ;oos, yaks just aren't seen this side of Tibet, let alone in Aug. 12, 1950 Attending the quarterly rally and annual family meeting of the Southeastern Indiana District of Baptist Brotherhood at the Baptist Youh -Camp were 311 persons representing eight associations. Eddie B. Shore, music instructor in the Burney schools, left by plane for Mexico City to spend two weeks studying music in the Mexican schools and touring the surrounding country. He was one of a group of 18 enrolled in a comparative education course at Indiana University which was sponsoring the trip. William Deweese had been transferred to Robert Long Hospital from Memorial Hospital. Livy Tremain and Clarence Feldman were in Chicago attending the golf tournament at Tarn o'Shanter course. The marriage of Ruby Lucille Baker and John Robert Ernstes took place at the Baptist parsonage. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. John C. Thomas. Mrs. Charles Osburn was in St. Vincent's Hospital, Indianapolis, for observation. Mr. and Mrs. Dale G. Myers and family left on a trip in the east visiting Philadelphia, Washington and Niagara Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Taylor and daughter, Jean,, departed for a trip in Michigan. Miss' Billy Joy Van Sickle and Donavon Bacon were married hi the Moscow Church. NITRATE MONOPOLY Chile has a world. monopoly on natural nitrates^ (Advertisement) Fat Overweight Available to you without a doctor'; prescription, our product called Galaxon. You must lose ugly fat o' your money back. Galaxon is a tab let and easily swallowed. Getrid o excess fat and live longer. Galaxon costs $3.00 and is sold on this guar antee: if not satisfied for any rea son, just return the package tc your druggist and get your fu] money back. No questions asked Galaxon is sold with this guarantei by Hunter Pharmacy, Greensburg Mail Orders Filled. Omaha. This did not daunt the railroads. The Western Trunk Line Committee, representing some of the biggest carriers in the Midwest, rallied to the cause and filed an exception with the ICC. Hilt's yak fat rates, it said, were unrealistic and "noncom- pensatory." The railroads formed a special committee to fight the threat of cheap yak fat transportation. The Illinois Central, the Burlington, the Great Western, the Rock Island, the Chicago and Northwestern and the Milwaukee Road all detailed representatives. The ICC board of examiners, which is, used to considering rates for such esoteric commodities as bird seed and bubble gum, nodded gravely. The board suspended Hilt's rates last April 9, calling them apparently "unjust and unreasonable." Hilt was given a month to prove otherwise. He didn't make it. And in due time the ICC formally informed him he would not be allowed to transport yak fat and closed its books on the case. Greensburg (bid.) Daily News, Thursday, Aiig. 12,1965 PAG! II It's Not food EnpugporCOP ' WASHINGTON <UPI) — William Cody Kelly, who was fire<L,as a top aide to^GOP;. national Chairman Ray Bliss after a desk rifling incident in .June, has found, out his money is not good enough for the Republican party. Langhorn Washburn, Republican financial director, told Kelly this week a check for '$3,000 he contributed two months ago was being returned: Washburn also advised" the former aide not to attend a gathering of $1,000- or-moi-e donors next week at former President Dwight D. Eisenhower's Pennsylvania farm. ' Kelly was" dismissed from his party job after he was accused of prying open the desk of Frank Novae, Washburn's predecessor, to look for a list of party contributors. Kelly charged Kovac was going to give ,the list to a conservative group. Now You Know The mallee fowl of Australia, which lives in a cli- njate with extreme changes in temperature, keeps its eggs at a constant temperature by varying the depth of the soil, which insulates them from cold and protects them from sun, according to Natural History Magazine. (Advertisement) Now For Athlete's Foot Use T-4-L liquid because it gives you KEBATOLYTIC ACTION. This process sloughs off and dissolves affected outer skin. Exposes deep- set infection to the killing medication in T-4-L. Relieves itching and burning, speeds Healing. Watcn new, healthy skin appear. If not pleased in 24 hours, your 48c back at any drug store. Also, use full strength for itchy, sweaty feet, insect bites, poison ivy. Get T-4-L FOOT POWDER too—provides a film of antiseptic protection. NOW at Batterton's Drug Store. This tract' of land is located on the Muscatatuck River In Jennings County, 40 miles south of Greens-burg. Good hunting, fishing-and swimming. AU lots are at least' SO'xlOO' and easily accessible. Send name and fuU address to S&W Enterprises, Inc. P. 0. Box 315 Indianapolis, Indiana We will mail literature and directions to property. Beautify Rustic Exteriors with NU-DA Clear A clepr, glossy or fiat, weather- resistant finish that protects and beautifies peeled fogs, rustic weather-boarding, redwood siding and other exterior wood surfaces. Get Genuine NU-DA LOG•WOOD OIL and all painting needs at— Pulse Lumber and Hardware 314 West Main St. worth your wait in Chevrolet Impala .Sport Coupe. You couldn't pick a better time than now to buy a Chevrolet/ Plenty of beautiful driving weather ahead, and your Chevrolet dealer is making Allowances for your old car that are even more beautiful. G&tt&ltive a ff^at deal. Corvair Monza£put Coupe* Chevelle Mallbit Sport Coupe,. /Vow's thertfme to get a No. 1 buy o/i the No. Tears. YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER SIBBITT - NORTHWEST CITY LIMITS, U. S. 421 GREENSBURG 133427 PHONE 662-8301

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