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THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1964-0B1TU ARIES B. H. Miller Sr. Dies; Laundry Executive a Blaine H. Miller Sr., president of Excelsior Laundry Company and one of the original designers of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, died yesterday in the Indiana Baptist Home at Zionsville. Mr. Miller, 82 years old, 5635 North P e n n s y 1 vania Street, was former president of the American Foundry Company which was purchased in 1946 by Chrysler Corporation. BORN IN Kingston, Mo., he came to Indianapolis after he was graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. ,ln 1908 and 1909 he was a design engineer who helped design the original track at the Speedway. Later, he designed rape tracks at Sheepshead Bay, N.J., and in New Orleans. He also worked as a technical engineer for the New York Central Railroad before becoming president of Excelsior in 1916. IN 1919, Mr. Miller also became president of the foundry company, retiring when the firm was sold. He was a former Indianapolis city engineer and a former member of the Indianapolis Board of Public Works and Indianapolis Aviation Authority T. E. Maley, Retired Aulo Finn Aide, Dies Thomas E. Maley, retired secretary-treasurer of the old Jones and Maley Auto Company, died yesterday in St. Vincent's Hospital after a long illness. He was 72 years old. Mr. Maley, 4056 Broadway, a life-long Indianapolis resident, had been an official of the auto company 25 years, retiring in 1959. A PAST COMMANDER of Emerson American Legion Post 262, he was a member of Robert E. Kennington Post 34, St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church, Knights of Columbus Calvin S. Roberts, Former Insurance OfficialvDics Funeral services for Calvin Roberts. 65 years old, F. fomicr resident of Indianapolis and retired insurance company executive, will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday in Freney-Kirby Mortuary, with burial in Crown Hill Cemetery. Mr. Roberts, a native of Indianapolis who had lived here until 1940. was vice-president of the Insurance Company of North America at the time of his retirement in 1959. In that post he was in charge of all of the firm's agencies. Mr. Roberts died Monday at Bryn Mawr, Pa., where he resided. Indianapolis, Area Deaths Mrs. Dorothy M. Clements, 52, 5475 West 46th Street, died Tuesday in Marion County General Hospital. William E. Dixon, 65, a tool and die maker at Hittle Machine and Tool Company, died Tuesdav in his home, 465 South Sheridan Avenue. Mrs. Nellie M. Foor, 58 years old, 408 West 44th Street, died yesterday in Methodist Hospital. Mrs. Mona Lee Groff, 31, R.R. 17, Box fill, Indianapolis, died Tuesday in Methodist Hospital. Richard W. Jones, 53, 5649 Southeastern Avenue, a carpenter, died Tuesday in West 10th Street Veterans Administration Hospital. Mrs. Elizabeth Freese Pigeon,, 49 years old. 1207 Crawford Drive, died Monday in Bristol, N.H. Luther N. Price, 70 vears old. 1818 Shelby, died Tuesday in West 10th Street Veterans Administration Hospital. Julius Taylor, 81 years old, formerly of 516 North California, died Tuesday in the Marion County Home at Ju-lietta. Mrs. James L. Woodford, 55 years old, died Tuesday in her home, 3129 Station Street. IRVINGTON CHAPEL All Type Budget Plant Available COLONIAL CHAPEL Colltgt ot Fairfield WA t-MJI BEN DAVIS CHAPEL TbiO W. Washington CH 4-4774 DBA MOORR, BLAINE H. MILLER (then Aviation Commission). He was a member of Second Presbyterian Church and the Indianapolis Athletic Club. FUNERAL SERVICES will be held at 3 p.m. Friday in F 1 a n n e r and Buchanan Fall Creek Mortuary. Burial will be in Crown Hill Cemetery. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Bjarne Storm-Olsen of Durban, S. Africa, and a son, Blaine H. Miller Jr. of Indianapolis. 437, and Fraternal Order of Eagles. He was a World War I veteran. FUNERAL SERVICES will be held at 9:30 a.m. Saturday in F e e n e y-Kirby Mortuary and at 10 a.m. in St. Joan of Arc Church. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery. Survivors include the widow, Mrs. Mabel Wright Maley; a daughter, Mrs. Joan Kimber of Charlotte, N.C.; two sisters, Mrs. Irene Morrison and Mrs. Margaret Claire Massey, both of Indianapolis, and three grandchildren. He attended Wabash College, and was a member of the West Michigan Street Methodist Church here. Survivors include the widow, Mrs. Blanch Roberts of Bryn Mawr, and a sister, Mrs. Ethel Guenther of Martinsville, Ind. . Charles G. While, C-C Building Employe, Dies Funeral services for Charles G. White, 54 years old, maintenance man at the City-County Building since its opening, will be held at 2 p.m. today in Williams Eastern Chapel. Burial will be at Woodhaven Cemetery. Mr. White, who resided at 2927 Winthrop Avenue, died Monday in Marion County General Hospital. A resident of Indianapolis since he was 15 years old, Mr. White was employed as a maintenance man at the State-house Annex before going to the C-C Building. He was a native of Owensboro, Ky. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Joyce Coleman of Indianapolis, and three sisters, Mrs. Thelma Evans of Argo, III.; Mrs. Agnes White of Chicago and Mrs. Willie Carter of Coloma, Mich. Indiana Deaths Anderson- George W. Au-vil, 53; Mrs. Selma McClaugh-lin, 85. Liberty Walter B. Mc-Cashland. MilanMrs. Mary J. Maple, 79. New Castle Mrs. Tressa F. Wisehart, 64. Pittsborn Fred Dunn, 75. Shelhyvlllf Oliver P. Pols-ton, 88. Versailles Edwin Reynolds, 81. Vevay Chester Kiesel, 77. Washington Samuel S. Scott, 76. Moore & Kirk FUNERAL HOMES, IMC. Dignity with Economy S Beautiful Mortuaries NORTHEAST CHAPEL 1330 nation SI. LI 4-1 S44 IRVINGTON CHAPEL 1147 I. Washinqten Ft. 7-115 LAWRENCE CHAPEL MSI I. th St. LI 7-S144 KIRK 4 USHER M Funeral Services Set For Lightning Victims Funeral services for two teen-age boys killed by lightning at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Tuesday, will be held Friday. The boys, Jerome U. Albright, 17 years old. Valley Mills, and James P. Cross, 17, 5316 Norwaldo, were employed as maintenance workers for the Speedway Golf Course when the accident occurred. Funeral services for young Cross will be held at 8:30 a.m. Friday at the Flanner and Buchanan Fall Creek Mortuary and at 9 a.m. at Christ the King Catholic Church. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery. He was a native of Indianapolis and would have been a senior at Cathedral High School this fall. He was a former carrier of The Indianapolis Star. He planned to enter Butler University after he was graduated from high school. He was a sports enthusiast and a member of the Cathedral football squad his freshmen and sophomore years. He is survived bv his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren W. Cross, a sister Lisa Ann, at home, and three brothers, David, William and Thomas Cross, all at home and his grandfather, Warren Cross of Sheboygan, Mich. Young Albright was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Urban Al- J. IF. Fisher Dies At Work Kicfcr-Stewarl James W. Fisher, 30 years old, promotion manager of Kiefer-Stewart Company Inc., Indiana p o 1 i s drug firm, was fatallv etrirlran at work yester pareniiy was caused by a heart attack. Mr. r. Fisher, i Rockford f 1, had been I 1 o y e d by i 1945 Road emp 1 o y e d by the drug company five months. Previously he was a buyer for L. S. Ayres & Company and a department L, M. Haizman, Stereotype Foreman, Dies Funeral services for Law rence M. Haizman, 61 years old, foreman in the stereotype department of the Advance Electrotype Company, will be held at 9:30 a.m. Friday in Feeney-Kirby Mortuary. Burial will be in St. Stephen's Ceme tery at Hamilton, O. Mr. Haizman died Tuesday in his home, 281 North Short- ridge Road. He had been associated with the Riley Corporation, of which Advance Electrotype is an affiliate, for 38 years. A native of Hamilton, he came to Indianapolis from Detroit. He had resided here for 30 years. Mr. Haizman was a member of Local 38 of the Interna tional Stereotypers Union. Survivors include the widow, Mrs. Irene I. Haizman; a daughter, Mrs. Donna L. Fore man of Indianapolis; a brother, Virgil Haizman of Hamilton, and a sister, Mrs. Clara L. Jensen of Southport, Conn. Terrier Soucht Afler Boy Bitten An II -year-old Southport boy faces a series of anti-rabies shots if a small white terrier dog isn't located im mediately. Douglas K. Volpp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Volpp, 7210 Linden Drive, was bitten on the left leg at 11:30 a.m. yesterday by a small white terrier, with a brown spot on its left side, as the boy walked in the 6900 block of South Shelby Street. Sheriff's deputies and t h e boy's mother searched the area to find the dog but could not locate the animal. Owners of a dog fitting the description are asked to notify the Marion County Sheriff's office or the Volpp family immediately. Liquid Gas Truck Collides With Train STAR STATE REPORT Terre Haute, Ind. A semitrailer truck loaded with 20,- 000 pounds of liquid gas col tided with a Milwaukee Railroad freight train in Lib-ertyville yesterday, derailing three cars of the train and blocking traffic on U.S. 150 for eight hours. The driver, William McDan-ids, 37 years old, 419 South Eighth Avenue, Beech Grove, suffered a foot injury in the ! crash and was admitted to Union HospiUl in Terre Haute. His condition last night was I J ? iJ 1 reported as satisfactory. THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR- t f j ? tF&M -' M m ai2 ALBRIGHT CROSS bright of Valley Mills and was a lifelong resident of Marion County. He would have been a senior this fall at Decatur Central High School. He was a member of the basketball, baseball, football and track teams during his three years at Decatur Central. His hobby was working on cars and rebuilding them. Funeral services for young Albright will be held at 8:30 a.m. Friday at the Usher Funeral Home and at 9 a.m. at St. Ann's Catholic Church. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery. He is survived by his parents and five sisters, Mrs. Diane Taylor and Mrs. Patricia Smotherman, both of Indianapolis and Delores, Ginger, and Kathy Albright, all at home and his grandmother, Mrs. Margaret Sheridan, of Indianapolis. Firm Aide manager for J. C. Penney Company. , A native of Louisville, Ky., he had lived in Indianapolis seven years. He was a graduate of the University of Kentucky and a member of Sigma Nu fraternity and Prentice Presbyterian Church. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday in Shirley Brothers Irving Hill Chapel. Burial will be in Washington Park East Cemetery. Survivors include the widow, Mrs. Ann Fisher; a son, James C. Fisher, and daughter, Miss Beth A. Fisher, both at home; his mother, Mrs. Herbert R. Fisher of Louisville; two brothers, Herbert L. Fisher of Louisville, and John Fisher of St. Louis, Mo., and two sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Taylor of Cleveland, O., and Mrs. JoAnn Berryman of Nicholisville, Ky. Port Commission To Negotiate For .'5 Tracts The Indiana Port Commis-s i o n yesterday authorized Chairman James R. Fleming to begin purchase negotiations with owners of three tracts at the northern end of the proposed deep-water port site on Lake Michigan in Porter County. The three properties total just over 60 acres and constitute the only unpurchased properties on the port site except for scattered lots in the southern part away from the lake. In a surprise move Fleming ruled that nominations for chairman were in order, since he recently had been reappointed by Governor Matthew E. Welsh. The commission elected Fleming, publisher of the Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette and a Democrat, to a four-year term by unanimous vote. Persian Temple Picks Officers Clarence E. Webb. 3462 North Kenwood Avenue, has been elected Illustrious Potentate of the Persian Temple. He has been active with the Masonry, the Royal Arch Masons, and the Scottish Rite for 17 years. In the Mystic Shrine of the Ancient Egyptian Order of Nobles he has held the office of Lieutenant of the Patrol, Acting Captain of the Patrol, Temple Marshal and Chief Rabban. Other olllcers Installed ore: Louis R. Morse. Chief Rabban; Lee W. Smith, assistant rahbon; William M. Mason, treasurer; Joseph H. Isom Sr., Illustrious recorder; Louis P. Hughes, as sistant recorder; B-niomln H. Dawson, high priest end prophet; Louis Clork orienlol guide; James W. Terry, cap tain of the guard; Alexonder Neol, outer guard; Charles Stewart, morshal; Jamet Pipes, assistant marshol; Wll Ham Stovall, 1st ceremonlot master; Ben Hopson, 2d ceremonial master; G. H. Gayhart, adviser; Delano Bryant, promotion director; Wilbur Telle. fere, public relations director; Roger Jones, music director; Patrick t Chavls, lecturer; Wilbur M. Stone, temple director; Willie Forte, captoln ot patrol; Aaron Hackney, president of chanters ond William E, McCormock, president of brass band. 'November 22' Sold London (UPI) A painting inspired by the slaying of the late President John F. Ken nedy, "November 22," was gold to London'g Tate Gallery for an undisclosed sum, it was reported yesterday. The cir cular composition Is by Ed ward Giobbi of Provincetown, Mass. STATISTICS From Official Records News Of The Courts SUPREME COURT July M. I'M 30554. Word vs. State. Madison Circuit Court. Appellant's petition for time, notice and proof of service. Granted to and Including Aug. 31. 1964. 30564. Klrkland vs. State. Delaware Circuit Court. Proof of service of petition for time. 30555. Brown vs. State. Lake Criminal Court. Appellant's petition for time granted to and including Oct. 19, 1964. 30630. Wynn vs. State. Marion Criminal Court. Appellant's petition for time granted to ond Including Nov. 10, 1964. 30525. Lake vs. State. Morion Criminal Court. Aopellant's petition for time to file transcript granted to and Including Aug. 21, 1964. 30482. Cichos vs. State. Parke Circuit Court. Appellant's petition for time and acknowledgement. Granted to ond including Oct. 5, 1964. 30360. Hashfield vs. State. Monroe Circuit Court. Appellant's petition for time ond proof of service. Gronted to and included Seot. 15. 1964. 30184. Byrd vs. State. Henry Circuit Court, Petition for possession of record Order granting appellant temporary pos sessior of record tor 30 days. APPELLATE COURT July 21, 1744 19657. Vesey etc. vs. Hillman et al. Allen Superior Court. Appellee's addi tional authorities on petition to transter 19508. Fechtman vs. Slover. Marlon Superior Court. Appellee's petition tor rehearing denied. 19756. David Johnson Company, Inc vs. Basile. Lake Circuit Court. Appel lants petition tor renearina oeniea 20031. Peerless Pottery, Inc. vs. Bacon et al. Industrial Board. Appellant s brief In support of rehearing and proof of service. 20055. Woodcox vs. Woodcox. Elkhart Circuit Court. Judgment affirmed. Cooper, udae. 20087. Sperry Rubber and Plastics Company vs. Indiana Employment Security Board. Employment Security Board. Amicus curiae brief and proof of service. 2O091. Howard vs. German. Henry Circuit Court. Appellant's motion to withdraw and correct transcript gronted In order. 20108. Prudence Life Insuronce Company, vs. Morgon. Posey Circuit Court. Appellant's petition for time granted to ond including Aug. 21, 1964. 20141. Londrock etc. vs. Goodwin. Vigo Superior Court. Appellant's petition fo file exhibits separately granted. 20154. Jenkins vs. Review Board etc. Review- Board. Appellant's petition for oral argument. Appellant's brief ond proof of service. 20156. Schwartz vs. Review Board etc. Review Board. Appellant s petition for time gronted to ond Including Sept. 18, 1964. 20113. Longford et el. vs. DeArmond et al. Grant Circuit Court. Received appellant's petition for time and proof of service. 20171. Allen, administratrix etc. vs. Standard Material Corporation et al. Jefferson Circuit Court. Appellee's motion to dismiss or affirm and brief In support. Appellee's petition for time and for time to file osslqnment of cross-errors ond brief In support and proof of service. 20197. Simmons Company vs. Review Board etc. Review Board. Request for oral argument and proof of service. 20214. Mutual Hospital Service, Inc. vs. Indiana Employment Security Board et el. Review Board. Appellant's petition for time granted to and Including Aug. 25, 1964. 20220. Estate of Alexonder vs. Alexander. Lake Suoerior Court. Apoeilant's petition for time to file transcript gronted to and Includina Sept. 12. 1964. 20223. Knuckles vs. Elliott. Moraon Circuit Court. Apoeilant's petition for time to file transcript ond asslonment of errors, consent and ocknowledoment. APPELLATE COURT OPINION July 11, 1744 20055 Woodcox vs. Woodcox. Elkhart Circuit Court. Judgment affirmed. Cooper, Judge. Aopellant brought action for limited divorce, and appellee filed cross-complaint for obsolute divorce. The court gronted divorce decree upon the cross-complaint. Appellant seeks to have the ourt weigh the evidence on the grounds the testimony of appellee was not to be believed ond hod no probative value. This the court will not do on appeal. The trial court has the witnesses before it, and has the means of weighlg the evidence, which this court cannot have. The record shows the evidence In conflicting, and that the porties quarrelled constantly, and that there had been previous domestic litigation, and there was sufficient evidence from which court could drow reasonable Inferences that the appellant wos guilty of cruel ond Inhumon conduct toword oopellee, and that such conduct destroyed the marrlooe relation Appellant also contends thof since both porties were guilty of matrimonial offenses, neither party wos entitled to 3 Solicitations Are Approved ByCharity Group The Charity Solicitations Commission of Indianapolis, at a recent monthly meeting announced approval of three direct solicitations groups and one benefit group. The direct solicitations and their expiration dates are: St. Margaret's Hospital Guild, Inc., Dec. 31; Central Indiana Chapter of Cystic Fibrosis, Nov. 15; and Aiding Leukemia Stricken American Children (ALSAC), Sept. 20. The benefit approved is: Children's Museum Guild, Nov. 30. The following licenses still are valid: World Vision, Inc., Aug. 21; Indianapolis Osteopathic Hospital, Inc., Oct. 15; Junior Baseball, Inc., July 21; Indianapolis and Marion County Civil Defense Rescue Service, Aug. 21; American Foundation for the Blind. Aug. 15; National Jewish Hospital at Denver. Aug. 31; Southwest Training Center for Retard ates, Inc., Aug. 20; Fraternal Order of Police (Business Directory), Aug. 30; Save the Children Federation, Inc., ex tended to Oct. 18; United Negro College Fund, inc., extended to Sept. 30; and Kappa Alpha Theta, Indianapolis Alumnae, extended to Sept. 15. Welsh Names:5 To State Posts Governor Matthew E. Welsh announced yesterday the ap pointment of Carl R. Ashman of Fort Wayne to the Commission on the Aging and Aged with two other official appointments. Ashman will succeed Mrs Clarence A. Getz of Fort Wayne, whose term expired. The governor also named J William Chambers, of West Baden as a member of the State Commission for the Re organization of School Corpo rations. Chambers will serve the unexpired term of William M. Cave of French Lick, who resigned. P. L. White of Oxford, and Wayne Townsend of Upland were reappointed to four-year terms on the Indiana Live stock Sanitary Board. a divorce. This also Involved the weight of evidence, and on the record, this court cannot Interfere. There was sufficient evidence to sustain the decision below, and this court cannot substitute its judgment on the weight of the evidence for that of the trial court. BANKRUPTCIES FILED Jomes A Underbill. 1529 Sturm Ave nue, tree trimmer; debts, $2,496.69, OS- sets. $26. George H. Chenoweth, Arcadia, marine product business; debts, 135,353.46, assets. 110,410. Larry W. Stewart, Kokomo, conveyor belt worker; debts, (10,997.23, assets, S459. Helen M. Seibert, Winchester, wait, ress; debts. 114,436.17, assets S400. Loren Stewart, Kokomo, laborer; debts, $12,030.74, assets, 5175, Donald R. Erickson, Kokomo, cutter; debts. $3,743.39. assets, $370. Berg Fulp, 537 South Fourth Avenue, Beech Grove, aocx foreman; aeon, io, 200.53, assets, $150. Vital Statistics IRTHS Community Hospital Boys-James ond Joyce Whitlock, Cloud and Vivian Werti, Dale ond Rosalie Buckollew, David ond Susan Barrett, Marion ond Ruth Wotson, William ond Glenda Klrby, Larry ond Frances Glaze. Glrls-Jomes and Barbara Mclntyre, Donoval and Martha Harris, Claud and Anna Marshall. Marlon County General Hospital Boys-Rudolph and Bonnie Holllman, Russell and Cora Games, Sherman and Eula Brantley. Glrls-Estill and Doshla Harris, Miles and Ruth Bucancan, Jack and Nettie Statzer, Donald and Linday Gray, James and Geneva Lewis, Jomes and Darlene Gamble. St. Francis Hospital Boys-Robert and Gelema Vondergrlff Lavon ond Jane Thompson, Lawrence ond Mary Lafir, George and Agnes imnn. Girls-Morvin ond Rosemary Baker, Adam and Allee Fugate, William and Carolyn Schott, Gordon and Judy Hen- ning, Dave and Sue Ellen Moffatt. St. Vincent's Hospital Boys-Lloyd and Yvonne Elderldge, Robert and Patricia Cummins, Richard and Eleanor Hufflne, lotha and Al berteen Cunningham. Girls-Robert and Carolyn DeHoff, Bill ond Alice Lee, James and Jean Lewis. Hendricks County Hospital Boys-Dwyone ond Jacqueline Olson. Methodist Hospital Boys-John and Roberta Cubel, Ronnie ond Vlcki Shulder, Robert and Jean Mratman. Girls-Carl ond Mortha Fox, G. Edward and Hazel Palmer, Robert ond Sharon spaiaing, Donald and Virginia Baker Bernard and Thelma Gorver, Ronald and Marilyn Jugg, Ivan and Patricia Kay, Allred and Martha Vancll, Dwayne and Yolanda Turner, Danny and Betty nuner, i nomas ana Helen DrawDaugh, William Jr. and Janet Eads, Richard ana Patricia Heaton. Coleman Hospital Boys-John and Darlene Weddle, Harold ond Gloria Brown, Antonie ond Frelda rtooa. Girl-Corl and Mlrlom Wagner. PERSONAL INJURY ACCIDENTS Yesterday 3:35 p.m., 1354 South Belmont Avenue, Tommy Kehoe, 7 years old, 2124 Con- raa aireei, oruisea arm ond shoulder. 3:45 p.m., 100 West Washington Street, Lowell J. Lauqhlin, 57, 244 South Oak lana Avenue, tace cuts. 4:10 p.m., Alabama and Market streets, Mrs. Dennis Horger, 64, 3412 Van Buren Street, nose cut; Ricky Donohue, 15, 3414 VanBuren Street, knee cut; xex uononue, 14, same address, Knee Dump. 4:34 p.m., 331 South Lvnn Street. Ron aid Holderfield, 5, 46 North Walcot Street, bruises. 7:35 p.m., 20th Street ond Columbia Avenue, Stephanie Kllebrew, 7, 2421 North Gale Street, Injured leg. Prisoner Helps Foil Jail Escape STAR STATE REPORT Marion, Ind. A trusted prisoner's help thwarted the escape of a prisoner after a 65-year-old turnkey had been threatened with the slashing of his throat in the Grant County jail here last night. Von West, the turnkey, said James Cannon Jr., 19, Marion, grabbed him around the neck, held a beer can opener to his throat and demanded keys. West said he gave Cannon a set of keys he knew would not open the front door. As Cannon raced for the front door, West shouted to the trusty to telephone city police. ABOUT TWO minutes later about 12 policemen arrived at the jail, subdued Cannon and found six hacksaw blades in his shoes and six more in the cellblock. Several other prisoners in the block made no effort to escape. West said Cannon tricked him into the cellblock by screaming that water was flooding the area. Cannon was convicted Tues day in Grant Circuit Court of assault and battery with in tent to commit a felony in connection with the assault of a service station operator in an attempted robbery here. Shrine To Aid Child Welfare New York (AP) O. Carlyle Brock, newly elected imperial potentate of 85,000 Shriners, said yesterday the Shrine will spend $23 million for child welfare next year. He said $10 million will he spent for construction of institutes to treat burns in Galveston, Tex.; Cincinnati and Boston and a new hospital in Honolulu. The current budget for operating existing facilities is $9,-500,000, Brock said. Brock, 64 years old, a dairy executive in Erie, Pa., was elected yesterday imperial po tentate for one year at the fra ternal group's 90th annua council session in the Hotel Hilton. He succeeds Harold C. Close of Hartford, Conn., as head of the Shrine's 167 temples and 17 hospitals for crippled children and research and training for children s burns. Brock has been a mason 43 years and a noble of Zem Zem Temple in Erie for 34. Teen Boy Admits Damage Of $1J50 Marion County sheriff's de tectives yesterday traced six discarded BB pellet packages to a 14-year-old boy who admitted causing $1,750 damage to windows of a Northside school while "just fooling around." Two brothers, 12 and 14, also were arrested by Detective Sgts. David N. Copp and Jomes E. Mellene. The detectives said the first bey confessed shooting out 28 windows at St. Pius X Catho lic School, 7200 Sarto Drive. THE BROTHERS admitted being with the boy but said FBI Seizes Suspect In Bank Robbery STAR SPECIAL REPORT Detroit An ex-convict was seized by FBI agents as a suspect in a $21,000 Indianapolis bank robbery as he climbed into his air-conditioned Cadillac after having his fingernails manicured yesterday. He was identified as James Stanley Pipes, 28 years old, Detroit, formerly of Jefferson-ville, Ind. AGENTS SAID they had recovered most of the loot from the robbery of a Merchants National Bank and Trust Company branch at 2355 Station Street last July 7. B.C. Brown, special agent in charge of the FBI office at Detroit, said Pipes was one of two suspects in the robbery, but he did not identify the second suspect, still at-large. Brown said Pipes was being held under $25,000 bond. Pipes was released from Michigan State Prison at Jack son in October, 1961, after serving three years for armed robbery, Michigan authorities said. HE DOES NOT have a crim inal record in Indianapolis. Three customers and seven employes of the bank were held at gunpoint while two men, both Negroes, robbed the bank near closing time. The men evidently had lingered outside the bank for some time before the robbery, investigators said. Time Extended To File Appeal The Indiana Supreme Court yesterday granted a one-month extension of time to convicted child slayer Emmet O. Hash-field for filing a brief in support of his appeal from a death sentence. Attorney Ferdinand Samper, of Indianapolis, received a third extension of time from the high court on the grounds he would be unable to complete the 1,000-page brief by Aug. 15. Hashfield was convicted of murder in Monroe Circuit Court for the 1960 slaying and dismemberment of Avrll (Honey) Terry, the daughter of a Boonville physician. Hashfield has been granted an indefinite stay of execution by the high court, pending the action on his appeal. Grant To Aid Mental Health The Indiana Mental Health Planning Commission received a $30,000 Public Health Service grant for mental retarda tion planning, Dr. Stewart T. Ginsberg, State Commissioner of Mental Health, said yesterday. Dr. Ginsberg said the Fed eral grant would also help finance the Indiaria Mental Health Planning Commission, which has embarked on long-range preparation for action against both mental retardation and mental illness. The commission was established last winter by Governor Matthew E. Walsh with industrialist Thomas W. Bin-ford of Indianapolis as chairman. Jaycee Leadership School Set At DePauvr STAR STATE REPORT Greencastle, Ind. The state Junior Chamber of Commerce Leadership Training School will be held tomorrow through Sunday at DePauw University. More than 350 Indiana Jay- cees are expected to attend, according to Robert Gardner, president of the Greencastle Jaycees. Speakers will be DeLoss Walker of Chicago, a DePauw graduate who is a world trav eler and lecturer and former editor of Liberty magazine, and Leonard E. Reed of New York City is president of the American Foundation for Eco nomic Education. -PAGE 47 they did not handle a BB, rifle used during the vandalism Monday, Copp and Mellene said. All three boys were seized about 3:30 p.m. in their homes. The brothers were released to their parents after ques tioning and the other boy was taken to the Marion County Juvenile Center. He was not .charged immediately. THE DAMAGE to the elementary school was discovered Tuesday morning by Finley McManus, 6249 Kings-ley Drive, who said 24 large windows were damaged along with four smaller ones. The investigators said they traced the empty packages, found at the school, to a near by drugstore where they talked to neighborhood children wno indicated the Doys arrested yesterday were to blame. None of the youths are pupils at the school, but the boy who admitted the vandalism said he had trouble with oN ficials of the school. He said he was "just fooling around'! when the windows wera smashed. Study Links : Cigarettes, Heart Attacks Washington (AP) A new leaflet, "Smoking And The Heart," was issued yesterday by the National Heart Institute: The Pubjic Health Service said it is the first in a series dealing with various aspects of the January report on smoking and health by the Surgeort General's Advisory Committee. -, The leaflet cites evidence associating cigarette smoking with coronary heart disease based on findings of a study conducted by the Institute in Framingham, Mass., on the development and progression of heart disease. THE FRAMINGHAM study indicates, the service said, that cigarette smoking increases by two to three times the risk of a heart attack over the risk experienced by non-smokers. It also shows that those who stop cigarette smoking have a lower coronary death rate than those who continue to smoke. The leaflet gives a brief explanation of the complex problem of heart disease and smok- ing and the various kinds of J heart disease. It points out; that more knowledge is needed before complete answers con-j cerning the causes, cure andj prevention of heart disease' will be available. THE SURGEON General's, report said smoking was associated with heart disease, but there was not yet enoueh evidence to prove a causal rela tionship. Distribution will be made to state health departments, pro:l fessional and voluntary health t organizations, and other ln- terested agencies. Single free! copies may be requested from I tne Public Health Service. I Copies also may be purchased at five cents each or $2 hundred from the superintendent of documents. United States Government Printina umce, Washington, D.C.; 20204. ! . . . o Cisco Installed t s Grand Knight i Thomas M. Cisco has been ! installed as grand knicht of Our Lady of Fatima Council ! o4zo, inignts or uoium-' bus. ! Other officers installed are: ! Kenneth W. Underhill, deputy ' grand knight; Francis F. Gal- lagher, chancellor; Robert J. Michaelis, recorder: John L. Furgason Sr., financial secre tary and Kenneth H. Hill, treasurer. Also, William E. Anderson. lecturer; John R. Kehoe, advocate; Gerald H. Erlenbaugh, warden; Francis J. Greeley, in-side guard; Tom Collins and Al J. Elmes, outside guards; and Rev. Louis T. Gootee, chaplain. Public Notices These notices reiott to mutters thot directly or indirectly effect the tax rote ond the public servicei of your community ond art ot vital Imporfanet to th rrnr1fr nf thli nwpnpf NOTICE TO BIDDERS Notice li hereby given thot the Beecti Grove Board ot School Trustees will occept sealed bid for the followlno Hems In the Superintendent's Office ot 1241 Buffalo Street, Beech Grove, Indiana, until 7:30 pm. (E.S.T.) on the 3rd day of Auoust, 194, at which time said bids wim be publicly opened and read: a Bleachers for football athletic find, as per specifications ovall. able at the Office ot the Superintendent of Schools, 1241 Buffalo Street, Beeecti Grove, Indiano; b. Alternate bid. Bleachers without seat board and foot board, frame only, as per specific""". All bids must be occomponrea By i per cent bid bond or certified check. All bids must be on Bid Perm 5. prescribed bv the State Board of Accounts, to be furnished by the bidder The Scnool City reserves the right to reiect all or ony port of oil bids. BOARD OP SCHOOL TRUSTEES John P. Johnson Lvnton Genrhort Clayton Colllna Howard Fans Chester Perguvwi

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