Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on September 22, 1965 · Page 6
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Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 6

Greensburg, Indiana
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Wednesday, September 22, 1965
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Notional Window— M6E fl (*****», (In*) D«fr Hews, Wehediy,.S«pt. 22,1965 ress By LYLE WILSON United Press International Current events invite dreamy thoughts of what-might-have- been in the', postwar world if it had. been possible to found the Unittd Nations on fact instead of on pious hope. The current event at this moment most pleasant to contemplate is the partnership of the United States and the Soviet Union in an effort to prevent all- out war among India, Red China and Pakistan. The United Nations was set up 20 years ago in belief that "the United States and the Soviet Union would be foremost among a great power peace-keeping partnership. If this belief had been factual instead of fanciful, the United Nations today would be everybody's sweetheart. It is a fact, of course, that the United States and the Soviet Union now are in double harness and pulling for peace. But to expect that this partnership is more than a temporary reversal of the situation usually prevailing in the United Nations is to expect far too much. No High Hopes This temporary partnership does give the Johnson administration the opportunity to profess optimism that the forthcoming autumn session of the U. N. General Assembly will amount to something worthwhile. Beyond the joint American-Russian pressure for peace there is not much to inspire optimism for the: upcoming General Assembly-meeting or confidence in the future of°the United Nations, itself. It has been established' now that member states of the United Nations are not required: to pay U N. assessments'for-those activities of which the -member state may disapprove. This-rule was established last month when the Johnson administration'sur- rendered the principle that-U. N. members must pay- their, as- sessed dues on penalty, of losing their assembly votes after non- paymeht'for two years. The Soviet Union; and trthers had balked, the Russians notably, in protest against assessments for U. N. peace keeping optrations in the Gaza Strip and'iri the Congo. The late Adlai E. Stevenson warned that failure to enforce the assessment provisions of the U. N. charter eventually would wreck the institution. If so, the United Nations'* days are numbered. In surrendering to the Russians on the principle that all members must pay their assessed dues, the, United States reserved the right to pick arid choose for itself hereafter in U. N. payments. If the United Nations undertakes a program the United States does not like, the United States may refuse to pay any of that program's costs. - All Member Veto This amounts to an item veto hereafter of all United. Nations activities, the veto to be available to all members since the big fellows' cannot claim such a veto only for; themselves. This situation will invite increased^ cotf- gressional attention 1 to U. N. activities. Congress, no doubt, will claim the right to veto certain U. N. items and exercise the righfc by refusing to appropriate funds for such purposes. , The annual U. N. budget exceeds $100 million of which the United States regularly is as- mi. CAP'N. JOHN'S FISH & SEAFOOD! Ocean Perch 2, PK?L "V BREADED FRESH FROZEN Ocean Perch LB . 39c CAP'N. JOHN'S Breaded Shrimp 10-OZ. PKG. SUPffi-HGHT nut • NoCenter Slkes Removed • less Cooking Shrinkage • All Skin Removed • No Excess Fat • Fully Cooked... Not Just Smoked WHOLE OR HALF 2-LB. BAGS FROZEN FOOD SPECIALS SULTANA FRENCH FRIED Pntaf noe OR ORE - |DA rOiaiOcS HASH BROWN . A&P SWEETENED Strawberries ... 2 £. 49c MORTON Fruit Pies. .. i. L B.4-oz.pKG. 29c ^^fe. • >^M • "• Rib Steaks ( Fryer Parts Short Ribs of Beef Fresh Ham Roast "SUPER-RIGHT" QUALITY BEEF KING OF ROASTS Rib Roasts Bf'li. 89c 4TH-&-5TH 7ft* I RIBS LB. 79c 6-INCH CUT. LB. BREASTS—Part Rib Attached, DRUMSTICKS, WHOLE LEGS, THIGHS— YOUR CHOICE LB. * y - LB. 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Modern Medical Encyclopedia VOLUME VOLUME AQC A WEEK NO. 1 *1fW VOLUME 2 THRU 12—99c_ Corn Beef Hash ....... NEW EVERYDAY LOW PRICE (3-LB. BAG 1.99) Eight O'Clock Coffee BUTTERMILK-OR-PLAIN- : ' . ' Pillsbury Biscuits ..... 4 CANS 39c EVERYDAY LOW PRICE! Crisco ...... REGULAR, SllPER; Modess . ^69c T LB RSiH £<' CAN-Oi/V Tokay Grapes Apples Golden Yams LBS. JONATHAN ALL PURPOSE .... c -LB; BAG i. LB* 39" 10? A&P FROZEN BAKED VANILLA BAVARIAN : NETWTi CO* ... ii-oz. ** + All Prices In This Ad.Effective Thru Sat.i Sepfe 25th>. Tht'GKEATi ATUNtIC & PACIHC TCA-'COMPANt.'' IN&» ' sessed- about 32 per cent.' to-a time of general frustration or annoyance with United Nations; performance, the Congre'sV might, of course, withhold all 1 funds. But the item veto itself provides the muscle which would' enable the Congress, if so minded, to squeeze and starve to • death the United Nations. Far fetched? Perhaps it is. But frustration and annoyance with the United Nations could be very great if the General Assembly this year or soon voted to admit' Red China. The vote for the Chinese Reds steadily has increased over the years as the assembly has been diluted by admission to membership of all comers among the emerging nations, fit for membership or not. Forty Years Ago From Greensburg Standard Files, Week of Sept. 18, 1925 Rev. C. W. Whitman local Methodist pastor, was returned to that charge by the Indiana conference in session at Jeffersonville. Rev. J. H. Morton, Baptist pastor, spoke at the Rotary Club meeting. Clint Evans, while en route to work at Hamilton; 0.', sustained slight injuries in an accident on the Laurel hill. Web Woodfill of Washington, D. C., a federal judge for the trade commission, was visiting here. •' ' -*^ Mrs. Jennie Clarkson of Jacksonville, Fla. was visiting relatives and friends. Harry Snpdgrass, "king of the ivories" as the result of radiocasts while in Missouri state prison, appeared on a program at Allen's Amus-U Park. Bernard Dwenger, 82, died at Ms home in Hamburg. Miss Florence Styers of Harris City and Clarence M. Myers were married at Covington, Ky. The marriage of Miss Mary Applegate and Robert Springmier took place. Mrs. L. E. Laird, 69, passed away at her home on North Michigan Avenue. Miss Mildred Kincaid and Carlos Hite, both of near' Clarksburg, were married at the Springhill parsonage. Gilbert McCracken of Athens, Ala. was the guest of relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Travis of the I. 0. 0. F. Home left 1 on a trip through the west, i Mis Ruth Barton of Waynesburg and Herman R. Armstrong of Alert were wed. • Miss Mary Mozingo of near here and Carl F. Robbins of Stockwell were married at the Baptist parsonage. Lafe Masters, 77, died suddenly at his home on North Ireland. The wedding of Miss Hazel McCullough and Charley A. Evans of Westport took place. Daniel W. Thorpe, 85 died at Rushville. Remains were brought to Sandusky, his former home. Thomas Strueving, 74, of near St. Maurice expired. William Magee had been pledged to Kappa Sigma at Purdue University. James Kirby, student at Butler University, had been pledged to Sigma Chi. Nell Joan, nearly two-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Oakley, died. Mrs. Sarah Yates, 65, passed away at Kansas City, Mo. Remains were brought here for the funeral and burial. Walter Land was severely injured in a truck-car accident north of Shelbyville. Miss Alberta Peters of near Sandusky and Bernard Koors of Millhousen were married at the Catholic Church. Alert Mrs. Maude Carson, who underwent surgery recently at Bartholomew County Hospital, has been dismissed and is staying with her daughter and family near Nortn;Vefnon. . ...'» Mrs. Monta Moor and sister entertained relatives from Indianapolis Sunday. Mrs. Lester Lewellen'of;Harts- ville fell and fractured her arm recently; Some time ago she injured her other arm-in a fall'and was hospitalized. Mrs. Luella Jayne called on Maude Carson recently, A birthday dinner was, given for Mamie Jayne Sunday. Those present were Mr.' and^ Mrs.; James Williams and''fiv6 & son's and his sister, Dorothy, from Queensvillep Mr. and MES~ .Clifford Campbell and' chflairen EL R. 5, Greensburg; Ernest'Jayne of R. R. 5, North'Vernpli and Mr. auditors. Howard Jiiy|te aiij children. , ,.-,•.. :."•„.'^X,.'... Mr. and Mrs. Morris; Jayne and,sons spent

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