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August 24, 1961

The Terre Haute Star from Terre Haute, Indiana · Page 12

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THE TEREE HAUTE STAB, THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1961. Capehart Roudebush Will Be Guests At Vigo Republican Women's Picnic Annual picnic sponsored . by the Vigo County Republican Women's dub will bring both United States Senator Homer Capehart and Richard Roudebush, representative in Congress from the Sixth Indiana Congressional District, from Washington, to the city. The event is scheduled for the evening of Sept 9 at the Ute Oven in Deming Park. A covered dish supper, for which the dub will provide the meat and beverage will be served at 6 o'clock. Featured speaker of the evening will be Senator Capehart, it was announced by Mrs. Stella Rowe, club president. + + + FOLLOWING a meeting of officers yesterday afternoon, committees named to plan the affair were announced. The officers are serving as the overall steering committee for the picnic. The guest table will be in charge of Miss Sada Farmer, Mrs. Mary Lou Campbell, Mrs. Gladys Pound garet Barnes. and Mrs. Mar- Service of the guests will be directed by Mrs. Dorothy Burkhart and Mrs. Elsie Taylor. The committee in charge of tables is composed of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nash, Mr. and Mrs. John Suttie, Mr. and Mrs. Erman Burkhart, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Rowe, Mrs. Ethel Bonewell, John Schmidt, Mrs. Margaret Barnes, Jackie Jones, Charles Purcell and Miss Sada Farmer. + + + PLANNING FOR the meats to be served is to be done by Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Rowe, Mrs. Anna Kruzan, Mrs. Margaret Hughes, Mrs. Ann Benning and Mrs. Mary Davy. General food planning will be in charge of the Mmes. Mary Springer, Beryl Martin, Ruth Sharp, Edna Faulkner, Hilda Deitz, Elsie Taylor, Clara Work, Elsie Woods and Lucille Jones. Beverages will be in charge of the Mmes. Lena Suttie, Ethel Bonewell, Clara Langford, Mary Marshall and Ethel Bilderback. Pies, cakes and dessert needed will be planned by Mrs. Anita Schwindy, Mrs. Jessie Coons, Mrs. Gladys Irving, Mrs. Violet Ellsworth and Mrs. Norma Caveney. Other club officers are Mrs. Margaret Barnes, vice chairman of the Vigo County Central Republican Committee, vice president; Mrs. Beryl Martin, treasurer, and Mrs. Dorothy Burkhart, secretary. • Customer Charges Theft by Workmen Police last night continued a search for three fraudulent home improvement tradesmen who reportedly stole a customer's money after entering the home. Miss Eva Perrin, 1924 South Sixth Street, told police three men solicited her for an extensive guttering repair job. She declined, but allowed the men to repair a faulty downspout. PLAN REPUBLICAN PICNIC—Officers of the Vigo County Republican Women's Club are looking over final committee lists for the annual picnic, which will be Sept. 9 at 6 o'clock in the evening at the Ute oven in Deming Park. They are, from the left, Mrs. Margaret Barnes, party vice chairwoman for the county, vice president; Mrs. Beryl Martin, treasurer; Mrs. Stella Rowe, president, and Mrs. Dorothy Burkhart, secretary. MARSHALL PLANS FALL FESTIVAL MARSHALL, HI., Aug. 23. — (Special.)—Marshall's annual Fall Festival, commemorating the founding of the city in September of 1835; will be Sept. 8 and 9. The festival is sponsored each year by the community's civic organizations and other civic minded groups. Highlighting the two-day celebration this year will be a chicken barbecue Saturday, Sept. 9. Serving will be conducted both at noon and during the evening. The festival will get under way Friday afternoon, Sept. 8, at 3:30 o'clock with a musical variety show featuring the Three Jays. Saturday's activities will include a parade, the Tom Garey and Sherry Variety Show, the presentation of "Miss Clark County," a band concert, and street dancing. The A-l Amusement Company will set up rides on the court house square. During the festival local merchants will conduct "Dollar Days" with special sales planned. Gleason Leaves Paris PARIS, Aug. 23. —IB— Jackie Gleason bade Paris adieu today after five mojiths of movie making. "Paris is a great place hut I can't wait to get back to little old New York," he said as he left to board the liner United States. Police Gunfire Kills Car Theft Suspect INDIANAPOLIS,.Aug. 23. — (TOD — An Indianapolis policeman shot and killed a 20-year- old suspected car thief today after the man ignored an order to drop a pistol he had pulled from his belt. The shooting occurred after police chased a stolen car containing three youths and forced it off the road. Dead was Hoyce Richardson, 20, Indianapolis. Under arrest on preliminary charges of vehicle theft, robbery and resisting an officer were his brother, Rudolph, and another youth tentatively identified as "Tom Jones." One of the surrendering youths had a sawed-off shotgun suspended beneath his coat by a leather thong. Police said Patrolmen Paul Stoeffler and John Smith became suspicious of the car in which the three youths were riding and tried to check them. Avert Bus Driver Brawl With Farouk THONON, France, Aug. 23.— (DPD—Ex-King Farouk of Egypt got into a heated dispute with a bus driver, a group of tourists, and their guide Tuesday after his car brushed against the guide. Farouk drove grandly on, according to the tourists, and the driver - gave chase, catching up with Farouk as he was about to cross the border into Switzerland. He gave Farouk a piece of his mind. Police arrived in time to prevent a fight . . Club Raiders Find $50,000.and Records NEWPORT, Ky., Aug. 23.—«l — Internal Revenue Services agents disclosed today they found approximately $50,000 in safes and secret compartments in a raid on the Sportsman's Club here. They also said they found bushels of records, 15 electric adding and 11 slot machines. . The agents said the club apparently was the center of the numbers racket in the Greater Cincinnati area. Ban A-Powered Ships MEXICO CITY, Aug. 23.—W*-^ Mexico's teritorial waters and ports will be closed to all nuclear- powered vessels. Marine Undersecretary Oliverio F. Orosco Vela said today, until maritime nations fix the responsibility of owners. DO FALSE TEETH Reek. Slide or Slip? PASTEETH. an Improved powder to be sprinkled on upper or lower plates. Holds false teeth more firmly In place. Do not slide, slip or rock.' No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feelinB.FASTEETH Is alkaline (nonacid). Does not sour. Checks "plate odor breath". Get FASTEETH at drug counters everywhere. —Advertisement. full u AUU1LJ UVWlla^/UUL. i lif'fl I I When the men returned for j JoyceCS Will Hear Mid-Year Report payment, Miss Perrin complained, they entered her home on the pretext of washing their hands. When they left, she discovered her loss. Elsewhere, Mrs. Neoma Johnson, R. R. 3, Reelsville, reported two baskets loaded with foods were taken from her family's picnic area at Deming Park. Phillip Boor, 628 South Eighth Street, reported the theft of a power mower value at $60 from his garage. President Jack Cash will present a mid-year report of the past and future activities of the Terre Haute Junior Chamber of Commerce Friday at noon in the Deming Hotel. Also to be discussed will be the membership drive and the TV Guide drive. Soybeans are now the largest single source of fats and oils in the United States. MONTGOMERY WARD C-0281 601 WABASH AVE. -CARTON BIKE P: H ASSEMBLE IT YOURSELF SAVE! HAWTHORNE * Phosphatized frame—resists rust • Chromed, safety coaster brakes A beauty—and. it's built to last! With fender light, white saddle and handgrips, chiomed carrier and truss rods. 24" or 26" sizes. 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Despite the partial failure scientists were heartened by some valuable data they were receiving from the experiment, whose revolutionary techniques may some day guide man to the moon and beyond. ' , + + + | WHIRLING around the globe every 91 minutes were the 1,400- pound Agena space platform and :he complex 675-pound piggyback payload named Ranger I. They were very close together in space, in orbits ranging from 105 to 312 miles above the earth. It was at first thought they had failed to separate and were locked together 'in their spins around the globe. However, analysis of radio data showed the pair of space travelers apparently did kick apart. The mystery was why Ranger did not fly into a gigantic, cigar- shaped orbit covering a million miles each round trip. ONCE IT SETTLED into orbit, the Agena was intended to fire its big engine for 1% minutes to accelerate the speed from 17,400 to about 23,800 miles an hour. Then Ranger was to break away on its high-flying course. Best estimate is that the Agena engine ignited only briefly, then shut down inexplicably. When Ranger received the ignition cutoff signal it apparently separated automatically—hut its speed had not been increased by the suspected brief ignition and it continued on almqst an identical orbit path as Agena. slightly in front. Agena was the second stage of a 102-foot Atlas-Agena rocket which roared away from a launching pad at 5:04 A. M. and climbed into a starry sky. IT WAS ONE of the Cape's better shows. In the chill air of the upper atmosphere, where the rocket entered the rays of the rising sun, its vapor trail blossomed into a cloud shaped like a monstrous snake, with a white head, blue body and orange tail. A short time afterward, National Aeronautics and Space Administration officials announced that the rocket worked well. After the bulky Atlas ignited at the right time to inject itself into orbit at 17,400 miles an hour. 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