Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on August 19, 1965 · Page 13
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Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 13

Greensburg, Indiana
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Thursday, August 19, 1965
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1% miles north of Hope on Highway 9; 15 miles south of Shelbyville on Highway 9. SATURDAY, AUGUST 21 Beginning At 1 p. m. 121 HOGS—7 Poland China sows with second and third litters; 6 Poland China sows, due in September, with third litters; 6 York sows due in September; 6 Hampshire sows, due by sale date; Duroc sow with first litter; 4 Duroc gilts bred; 10 York gilts, open, from certified sire; Hampshire boar, good quality, from certified sire. This is an outstanding offering pf sows and boar. Vaccinated and Bangs tested. If you need good breeding stock don't miss this sale. 80 shoats from 50 to 100 pounds. TERMS—CASH. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS. BENTON F. JUDY Lewis Beesley, Auctioneer. Ralph Williams, Clerk. PUBLIC SALE Due to the ill health of Sherman Fulton, the undersigned will sell at public" auction the following personal property, located 15 miles southwest of Greensburg, 16 miles east of Columbus, 1 mile north of Waynesburg, 6 miles west of Letts then % mile south. THURSDAY, AUGUST 26 12:30 P. M. FARM EQUIPMENT—1947 H fflC tractor; 1941 IHC H tractor; IHC cultivator; rotary hoe; cultipacker; steel drag; 2 John Deere 2-14" plows; New Idea corn picker; IHC 6' combine, good condition; IHC mower; 13-disc Van Brunt drill; John Deere manure spreader; manure scoop; IHC 7' mower; IHC planter, semi-mounted; 2 John Deere heavy duty wagons with hoists and good beds; 42' John Deere elevator; 2 gram augers, 10' and 15'; fan mill; end gate seeder; 2 wheel trailer; bull rake; rack for pickup; gas tank and stand; two 20-rod rolls wire; some small articles; scrap iron and old equipment. 1948 Studebaker 4-door; Ford pickup. TERMS—CASH. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS. Mary Jo Fox — Suzanne Carey Co-Guardians of Sherman Fulton Lewis Beesley, Auctioneer. Ralph Williams, Clerk. Greensburg (Ind.) Daily News, Thursday. Aug. 19,1965 PAGE 19 Hints From By HELOISE CRUSE Cardboard and desk blotters at The Daily News. Dear Heloise: I have become so forgetful that I sometimes forget (when walking from one room to another) what I started to do. I have four children, do all my own work, and I worry about this. Please help me. What can I do? Addlepated Dear Friend: Why don't you forget it? We all do those things . . . Many women write that they put things in the laundry hamper that belong in a closet, forget where they put their purses and keys, etc. We do these things because we have so much other stuff on our minds. Laugh next time you forget something. Think of me! Perhaps we are trying to do too much? Eh? Addlepated friend P. S. Just jump on the band wagon with all of us who do foolish, forgetful things, hon. Dear Heloise: To keep grease from spattering when frying bacon, just sprinkle a little salt in a cold frying pan before placing the bacon in it. Elsie Porter Dear Heloise: It will soon be time to close summer homes, and this is what I do: I clean or wash the blankets and store them on a closet shelf, or in drawers with moth flakes sprinkled through them. I strip the beds and cover the mattresses with moth flakes. I pile the bed pillows and cushions on top of the mattresses, cover KEEP UP WITH DAILY EVENTS! READ THE DAILY NEWS EVERY DAY IN THE GREENSBURG DAILY NEWS YOU'LL FIND THE NEWS ON THE NATIONAL SCENE AND THE LOCAL SCENE. COMMUNITY NEWS . . . ABOUT THE PEOPLE YOU KNOW, PLUS ADVERTISING TO HELP YOU SELECT THE BEST VALUES FOR YOUR FAMILY. • Features • Columns • Homemakers' News • Sports • A Splendid "Want Ad" Market Place SUBSCRIPTION RATES IN INDIANA OUTSIDE INDIANA Year $14.00 Year ?16.00 Six Months 7.50 Six Months 8.50 Three Months 4.00 Three Months 5.00 Month 2.00 Month USE THIS CONVENIENT ORDER BLANK ._ 2.50 SUBSCRIPTION ORDER BLANK GREENSBURG DAILY NEWS DATE GREENSBURG, INDIANA Enclosed find $ for a Greensburg Daily News Subscription for months years for Name Address . Subscription Is To Start (Enclose check, cash or money order) YOU'LL ENJOY EVERY ISSUE OF THE Greensburg Daily News CIRCULATION, AN ALL-TIME HIGH, NOW 5,816 them with moth flakes, and lay a sheet or one layer of newspapers over them. I also sprinkle flakes under the beds, and other pieces of furniture. Moth flakes can also be sprinkled in corners, and along the walls. It is sometimes possible to buy little cloth bags to hang in closets, or just in the rooms. They help eliminate •dampness over the winter months. We never have any musty odor when we open the house in the spring. Reader Dear Heloise: I wonder if the girls know they should close up (fasten) hooks on brassieres, and zip zippers be fore drying them in the dryer? This certainly prevents then from catching on the dryer anc on other articles of clothing. Marian Anderson Dear Marian: Thank you for reminding us of this. They should also fasten all hooks and close all zippers before washing them, too! That spin cycle on a washing machine really ruins them il they are open! Heloise Dear Heloise: I make lovely baby bibs from discarded shower curtains. The flowered or figured ones make especially attractive bibs. Mrs. Ellworth McClure Dear Heloise: Shred dry slivers of your favorite soap on a food grater, and store in a plastic pill vial. Carry this in your handbag, and you'll always be equipped to wash with your own favorite facial soap while traveling. Stormy Copyright, 1965, King Features Syndicate, Inc. Woman's View— Understanding Is Held Key to Peace DIVORCE RATE Washington — Divorce rate in the "U! IS. tiad increased fivefold- from 1900 to the end of World War II. LABOR CENTER -"" * NEW YpftK - AUSiSt J2.5 per cent of the skilled labor force^ pie ,U. ; S. is, cgflcentrajtecl in New York state. ~" Schools Are Hurt By Teacher Dropout NEW YORK (UPI) — Which came first: The student dropout problem or the teacher's flight from the elossroom? Robert N. Bush, Stanford University education professor, says the high dropout rate among teachers must be reduced before the student dropout problem can be solved. Bush, speaking at the New York conference of the National conference of the National Commission on Teachers Education and professional Standards, noted that more than half the teachers who received teaching certificates last June will not be teaching two years hence. GIGANTIC WEEK OF THRILLS 50 FUN 50 ATTRACTIONS WEEK NIGHTS 7 p. m. to 11 p. m. $1.50 SATURDAY NIGHT 7 to 11:30 p. m. $2.00 SUNDAY, AUG. 15 In Person, "THE KING'S MEN' 1 p. m. to 11 p. m. $2.50 Per Person, $4.00 Per Couple. Wednesday Afternoon 1 to 4 p. m. $1 Per Person Special Discounts Children under 12 years, with parent, $1.00. Adults, over 50 years $1. DATE NIGHT Thursday evenings $3.00 for couple including sandwich anu drink for both. CLOSED MONDAYS ADMISSION COVERS ALL RIDES 1700 West 30th Indianapolis, Ind. By GAY PAULEY UPI Women's Editor ST. LOUIS, Mo. (UPI) — "Communications between the Peoples of the world — only through communication can there be understanding." These were the words of that first lady of the theater, Katharine Cornell, when asked, "What do you believe is needed to achieve world peace?" To the same question, Indira Gandhi, of New Delhi, India, replied, "World peace can come through friendship and understanding nations, by looking at all the -problems not in isolation or in a narrow chauvinistic manner but in a world perspective and using the vast resources and knowledge now at our disposal for bringing food, medicine and education within the reach of the millions of underprivileged . . . Let us learn to live side by side, to tolerate our differences and to help one another in our difficulties." "Paths To Peace" So ran the answers to the question of how to achieve world peace, compiled by the St. Louis chapter of Theta Sigma Phi, the journalism fraternity for women. Publication of the answers, "Paths to Peace," coincided with the fraternity's .965 national convention. Answers from women of different] parts of the world and of diverse jobs were included. Said the wife of West Berlin's mayor, Willy Brandt, "a vigilant and critical public opinion .. must demand peace, must oppose actions which might adversely affect an atmosphere conducive to peace. . ." Mrs. Arthur Goldberg, wife of the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, felt that the J.N. "is the most practical instrument for achieving world >eace." All Participate She wrote that, "No one can eparate himself from partici- )ation in the community, nor can he shirk any responsibilities of office ... All the great problems today, whether they come before United Nations or before our local city councils, require ethical and moral judgments, and each of us is involved. . .Study the issues so as to recognize the, values of differences among people — their national customs, religions, art.'' Helen Keller, of the American Foundation for the Blind, Inc., felt that world peace depended on "the recognition of individual dignity and universal love..." Atom Smasher Is Used at Indiana The Indiana University physics department has one of the nation's oldest cyclotrons (atom- smashers) still in active use. Although dwarfed in size by some present-day machines, it is highly useful for probing certain still unsolved problems about the structure of the atom. Buy Gates V-Belts TO KEEP YOUB • LAWN MOWER • REFRIGERATOR • WASHER • POWER TOOLS AND OTHER EQUIPMENT RUNNING SMOOTHLY Available Through Most Automotive Service Dealers. ana Hardware Stares. DISTRIBUTED BY Rodefeld Co., Inc. AUTOMOTIVE PARTS HEADQUARTERS McCoy & Douglas, • BUICK • OLDS • PONTIAC SALES AND SERVICE 228 E. 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