Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on August 19, 1965 · Page 14
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PAGE 20 Greensburg (hi.) Daily News, Thursday, Aug. 19,1965 PUBLIC SALE Having discontinued farming, the undersigned will sell at public auction the following personal property located 8 miles southwest of Greensburg on Harris City Road, 1 mile east of Horace, 4 miles north of Letts, on TUESDAY, AUGUST 31 AT 1:00 P. M. FARM EQUIPMENT—1956 Ford 860 tractor, good condition on good rubber and wheel weights; Ford 3-14" plow; Ford 2- row cultivator; 8' disc; Black Hawk planter with 3-point hitch; rotary hoe; John Deere 4-bar side delivery rake; Case heavy duty 7' mower, 3-point hitch; Superior 13 disc drill; IHC model 42 combine, PTO; Minneapolis Moline wagon with grain bed; Bradley wagon with hoist and metal bed; Case 95 bushel spreader, good condition; Ford tractor jack; Ford .hammermill; 40' belt; metal 8 hole hog feeder fountain; 18" Homelite chain saw; dehorners; castrating clamp; Stewart clippers; 2 cattle feeding troughs; some poplar panels; some small tools and scrap iron plus many other articles. TERMS-CASH. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS. GEORGE T. ROBBINS Lewis Beesley, auctioneer. Earl C. Bobbins, clerk. Wheel Chair Users-, foe the envy of your friends insist/on o bright / attractive Vjf model • cheerful persimmon upholstery with white plastic skirt guards and hub caps • gleaming chrome wheels and frame • the best looking, sportiest chair you've ever seen • there's none stronger or bettor wearing o year/ . . , . written guarantee / 8J> ,«Wf.«"? purchased see us also for other convalescent aids ff walkers &f canes and crutches i-JU ' commodes $jft bathtub seals and rails frays and accessories WEST SIDE SQUARE ABOUT REQUIREMENTS? — Dean John W. Snyder (right) of the Indiana University Junior (Freshman) Division answers the questions of J. Keith Lungren Jr., Frankfort, and his father, J. Keith Lungren Sr., during I. U.'s summer pre- registration program for incoming freshmen. Keith Jr. is the third member of the Lungren family to enroll at I. U. You, Your Child and School— Parent Must Decide Need For Psychological Help By DAVID NYDICK UPI Educational Specialist When does a child need psy chological help? This seems t be an area which parents find difficult to understand. A psy cholpgist or psychiatrist is mas qualified to help determine the need for psychological help. In order to avoid confusion you should know that a psychi atrist is a medical doctor who is trained and specializes in the diagnosis and treatment o mental disorders. A psycholo gist is not a medical doctor bu is also a specialist in the diag nosis and the treatment of men ital disorders. In many cases the psychologist will work dosely with a medical doctor or psychiatrist. Your choice should be based upon you child's special needs and the availability of such specialists in your community. Your family physician or the school psy chologist is the best person, to recommend a qualified individual. Take First Step The parent is the key person who must usually take the firsl step in the identification of their child's psychological problem It is similar to the method for deciding the need for a physi cian. If someone has aches anc pains or feels ill, they go to a ADLERS Taylor Hotel Building, Greensburg SALE! ORIGINALLY TO $1.99 — LADIES' SHIRT BLOUSES Basic Roll-up sleeves in every new collar style . . . including Spread collar, Convertible Collar, Italian Collar and McMUlian Collars! Solids, Swiss Dots and Woven Plaids. Sizes 32 to 38. Save Now — At Adler's USE OUR LAYAWAY PLAN SALE! ORIGINALLY 79c PAIR SEAMLESS NYLONS All the new fall shades . and toe. Sizes SYi to 11 reinforced toe and heel with run-stop . Sold only in package of two pair. doctor and allow 'him to decid what is wrong. If a parent fee] there is a problem with hi child's adjvtstoent, learnin progress, social relations, emotional health, he should al low a specialist to decide wha is wrong. There are many kinds problems as well as many type or treatment. A thorough exam ination which combines tests observations, and a study of th child's background is usually required before a diagnosis can •be made. After the diagnosis, a program of treatment and ad vice for the child, the parent and the school can be planned The Almanac Today is Thursday, Aug. 19, the 231st day of 1965 with 134 to follow. The moon is in its last quar ter. The' morning stars are Jup.i ter and Saturn. The evening stars are Venus Mars and Saturn. Orville Wright, American in ventor and aviator, was born on this day in 1821. On this day in history: In 1915, two Americans were killed when a German U-boal torpedoed the British liner Arabic in the Atlantic. In 1934, Germany voted tha Adolf Hitler would be the offi cial successor to President Von Hindenburg. In 1955, the worst flood in northeastern U. S. history killed 200 people and destroyed or damaged 20,000 homes. In 1960, U-2 • pilot Francis Gary Powers was convicted oi espionage by the Soviet Union A thought for the day: French philosopher Voltaire wrote: "Let us work withou disputing; it is the only way to render life toteraible." RECREATIONAL GYM Purdue's Recreational Gym nasium, completed in 1957 and "inanced entirely from studen 'ee income, was used 231,366 times by Purdue students las' year. Facilities are available for ntramural sports and other ac- ivities ranging from basketball o.swimming and skating to rifle shooting. When you want to send a friend a smile or a laugh, you'll find it in a Contemporary card. BEESON'S Rexall Drag Store East, Side' Square Some children will need treatment several times per week for an extended period of time. Others may need only a few sessions in order to plan programs and provide guidance for them and their parents. Each Case different ' A chectoup will probably be required at a later date to review progress 'and make some further plans. Each case is different and must be treated differently. The program of correction is built upon all the circumstances of • the particular case. Parents should understand that the need for psychological help must be properly treated in the same way they treat cases of poor vision or other physical. defects and diseases. It is far better to identify and treat problems at an early age than to wait until they become more- serious and difficult to cure. . '.'.'. MACHINERY OUTPUT -3>-WASHINGTON — The U. S. produces more machinery than all the rest of the world. ILLNESS TOLL CHICAGO—Average worker in the U. S. loses seven days a year because of illness. POPULAR SPORT Cleveland — More peopie watch basketball games than any other sport. • HAVE SOMETHING TO SELL? WE SUGGEST YOU USE A "FOR SALE" AD IN THE GREENSBURG DAILY NEWS ... OR PERHAPS THERE IS SOMETHING YOU WANT TO BUY ... OR RENT ... OR YOU WISH TO LIST YOUR BUSINESS. WHATEVER YOUR NEED, IF YOU WISH TO REACH LARGE NUMBERS OF PEOPLE, A CLASSIFIED AD IN THE DAILY NEWS WILL DO IT! USE THE ORDER BLANK BELOW ; {IF YOU DO NOT WISH TO PLACE AN AD NOW, CLIP AND SAVE FOR LATER USE). ENCLOSE CHECK OR MONEY ORDER. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES: 5c word, 1st insertion; 3c word additional insertions; (Minimum charge, 1 insertion $1; 2 insertions, $1.30. 15 words or less) $1.65 for 3 consecutive insertions. • — - Greensburg Doily News Classified Ad Order Blank " " Gentlemen: Insert the following ad for times. I enclose check Money Order ,_ Cash Mail Checking copy of ad to: Name . Address Ad Copy: Your Ad in the Daily News Goes Into Over 5,816 Homes Need Money For College? Apply Through Your College Registrar For A Student Loan! No Collateral Is Required, We Will Accept Your Note Endorsed By United Student Aid Funds. LOAN REPAYMENT Repayments begin the first day of the fifth month after you. finish your undergraduate or graduate education. The normal repayment period is 36 months—to keep monthly payments under $100; larger loans may be repaid over longer periods ranging up to 54 months. Monthly installments may not be less than $30. If you leave college before graduation, your monthly repayments begin within 30 days. The Decatur County National Bank, in co-operation with the United Student Aid Fund, can make loans to any student, who can qualify, who will be enrolled in any college participating in the program. Undergraduates may borrow up to $1,000 a year and graduate students up to $2,000 a year, up to a combined total of $4,000. See us soon for that college loan to make dreams come true for you. PUTS COLLEGE WITHIN YOUR REACH! Interest Charges Are Less Than Customary Rate For Installment Loans USA Funds is a private, non-profit corporation which endorses low-cost loans made by local member banks to deserving students who can qualify. STOP IN FOR FULL DETAILS ON THIS LOAN PROGRAM. ASK FOR MR. BAUER Decatur County National Bank SOUTH SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE

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