Somewhere out there, some good buddy has a variable speed motor I need badly to run my 10 x 15 hand feed C&P. I just wore out a Dayton Variable speed motor Model 6K011 – H.P. ½ – Max Volts 115 – Cyc 60 – RPM 500 to 5000 Ph 1 – Amps 15 max.
What have you?
Won’t jaw over the price!
Earl G. Hamburg
Alamo, Texas 78516
6½x10 Pilot Press (New 1968)
Used primarily in my Church work and not commercial printing.
Type (some new), Cases, Slug Cutter, 12” Saddle Stapler, reglets, rules & etc.
I prefer a Hobby Printer buying this.
William G. Webber
Greenfield, Illinois 62044
100 & Still Going
As you must have noticed, the 100th consecutive monthly issue of Lauren R. Geringer’s People Watcher was distributed in the March bundle of the AAPA. Only those of us who are publishers can fully realize the enormity of Gehry’s achievement.
My congratulations to Mr. Geringer, may there be many, many more.
This month by Lois M. Hanggi
All you can expect from another – is to enhance the happiness you already have!
The smallest good deed – is better than the grandest good intention!
Some people riding on a magic carpet – would complain about the pattern!
Yesterday’s hurt is today’s understanding rewoven into tomorrow’s love.
Defeat isn’t bitter – if you don’t swallow it!
Worry is interest paid on trouble before it’s due!
Any person feeling sorry for himself should be!
To dream of the person you want to be is wasting the person you are!
Dear God, help me reach out to those who are probably just as scared as I am!
No one gets fat on excuses – but everyone gets “fed up” on them!
Don’t let the best you have done so far be the standard for the rest of your life!
Fear is the darkroom where the devil will develop your negatives.
The first hundred years are the hardest.
There is no fool like an old fool.
A smile costs nothing, but gives much.
It enriches those who receive, without
making poorer those who give.
It takes but a moment, but the memory of it
sometimes lasts forever.
None is so rich or mighty that he can get
along without it, and none is so poor but
that he can be made rich by it.
A smile creates happiness in the home,
fosters good will in business, and is the
countersign of friendship.
It brings rest to the weary, cheer to the
discouraged, sunshine to the sad, and it is
nature’s best antidote for trouble.
Yet it cannot be bought, begged, borrowed,
or stolen, for it is something that is of no
value to anyone until it is given away.
Some people are too tired to give you a smile.
Give them one of yours, as none
needs a smile so much as he who has
no more to give.
The Herald and Democrat
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Tyler, Texas 75708
It is for the benefit and enjoyment of our amateur printing friends.