The Indianapolis Star from Indianapolis, Indiana on September 7, 1952 · Page 20
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PAGE 2 SEC. 2 32 4-H Club Members To Go On Tour Of East Thuu-two Indiana 4-H Cluh members with records of high achievement in club work will leave Indianapolis by motor bus this morning for a week's tour In Washington, D.C., and othr eastern points. A dinner for the delegation was held last night in HoM Washington, with George S'ark, of Stark, Wetzel Co., Indinn-apolis meat packers, as host. The packing company and :he Agricultural Kxtcnsion Service of Purdue University are non-goring the tvip. J. C. Ralston and Mis? Ruih . .. j . : .. A II J1PITZ. ruraue i.mva-is.iy fn!nnrnlh Ov-rmver Mnnter.-v Cluh officials, will chaprn the j group. IV WASHINGTON", the 4 It Club members will visit the Washington Monument. Capitol Building, Smithsonian Institution and Mount Vernon. The party will make other Howe Adds 7 Teachers . Department Get Nrw Instructors Seven new teachers have been added to the faculty or Thomas Carr Howe High School for the 19S2-5.T school year. The Fnglish department will nae three new instructors and the social studies, mathematics, music and physical education departments will each have one. Additions to the English department include Mis. Barbara Hinkle, who taught at George Washington High School two ears and at Howe one year previously; Harold L. Stahly, graduate of Greenville College, III., who has previous teaching experience in Franklin County, and Frank L Tout, a Ball State College graduate who taught at Mississincwa High School, Gas City. Mrs. Miriam E. Barnes will leach in the social studies de-partment. A former substitute teacher at Howe. he received degree from Indiana and Columbia Universities. MRS. BKTTV II. CI'I.P will be on the mathematics staff. With degrees from Ohio and Ohio States Universities, she has taught in Ohio puhlic schools and on the Junior college level. Carl A. Dawson will teach in-alrumental music, A gradual of Jordan Conservatory of Music, he taught one year at Emmerich Manual Training High School and ha done fiva yean of elementary teaching, Miss Marjoiie M. I .a Rue will join the physical education department. A lflT2 graduate of Indiana University, she is the third Howe High School alumna to join the school's faculty. Miss Alice Hankins, former English instructor, now is Mrs. Robert Schmidt and is moving to Minnesota. Kenneth M. Smartz, chairman of senior sponsors, has resigned to become director of guidance and counseling at Manual Training High School. I wo other (acuity members on leave of absence are Mrs. Barbara Wood of the physical education department and John W. Shepard of the music department. Revenue Clerk Injured By Car A clerk in the United States Internal Revenue Rureaii suffered a gashed forehead and possible internal injuries and concussion yesterday when she was struck by a car at Fairfield and College Avenues. Mrs. Luella A. Daseler, 49 years old, 3113 North Meridian Street, was in fair condition at Methodist Hospital after being hit, police said, by a car traveling south on College Avenue driven by Henry N. Bailey, 63. R.R. 4. Box 5!W-R. Mrs. Daseler was attempting to cross east on the south crosswalk of College Avenue when she was hit. Bailey was slated to appear in Municipal Court, Room 4, on Sept. 18 for having inadequate brakes on his vehicle. Eight Butler Sororities Pledge 99 During Busy Rush Day Seventy-one Indianapolis students were among 99 at Butler University pledged by campus aorortties. Butler's Dean of Women and Panhellenic Association announced yesterday. The sororities and their respective pledges are; Alphi Ol Onwu-JanV RtllarO. )iron Vllllnt. Virginia Cnodwln Lot. Oriffm. Pallida. Marrhino. Eilfwi Rati. Namy Tar-rrll and Eltanor VanDvaa, all or Indianapn. Iti: Brttjr MrCt. rnnkfnrt, and Shinty W altar.. Martinaviiia. , nlt Dalta Dflta-Martha Itoitr. Nnrma ftnak. Doroih. Lnian. Ann MarArthur. Carola Rand, Marrla MHhfth Kmi. Barbara Smith. Mrjnrl Smith. Ja.n't Warlt-atattar, Diana Wilkrn an Lolita Joan Wll-liama, all of lmttanannin; .ion Fohll Knox .tana Smcv Columhiu, Anna'tr Htnklf. Brlnihuril, SaIN Hutvai. Oawlord.-vttla; Jityrr Ol.an, Cillcain, and Julia Shank.. Flora. Dalta r.amma-.lanft Alhand Nmma Jaan rafl. eatrlria Dowd. PoMhy H.rMd. .tana Nirhnlaon. Mary .In O Hara and Ann Waikar. all ol Indlanaooin sara Barklay. Bloomftrld: Rarhara Jaan Barnaa. Ham. monfl; Ravarly Bihlar. Waraaw sally curt Naw Catla: Kay Kohhn. Giamood. and Maraha RoMnaon. Bitman. Kanna Alpha Thata-Marllvn Boyla Cam. Jtna Cariar, shlrlay Doyi. sutan Huht. Linda McLain. Sandra Moorr. Sara tana Soraldlni. Nancy Staaaua. Roharta J'an Tnomh and Sman Wilroa. all of Indianapn-II.: Sandra Bakar. OMumhua: Kdilh Millar. .,'awnurh; Sara NorNijr. Andaraon: Clara Shirlay. Port w.yna, and Sua Slaath, Sharpavllla, Kappa KaotM Camma-Sandra Adamj. Mary Alloa Baatar Joan Bathtold. Nancy Bundy. Jill Cut. Oiona Jana Ontry. ,!n jw, viriinia Klnnhury. Ka Monra. Nancy Klhlark Natalia o rMlt iak wmttt 4 Carolina Yakay all of' Indianapoita; Joan i ?J"f , w'""rn. prn,,. iii ; war. larat A. Davia. Crawlordivilla, and Roaa- , tialla fvarman. Royal Canlar. t i Rata Phi-R.varir Baldwin Mary paumtartl. Mary Rioamkar. Martha Rut- tanor Hatkama.ar. Dalla Klnl Joan la. ; . Mary Um Mayan. Nancia Northtrn, Anna 1 aav, -... r,, . ueiim Mil. ,inn Mnp at Annapoli.a, AtlantirCity. and historic shrines in Phila-; dflphia. ! The tmvcW will return to Indianapolis nrxt Saturday evening. ) Girls who won the trips were: MARV CAROL Ml'KRS. Noblpsvillf: Marjorie Ann Wilk.-son, Riishvillo: Deloies Tape, Vai-lonia; Dorothy Turler, West Baden Springs: Ann Smith, Dc-ratui; Alta Marie Peyton. Charlestown; Patricia Kaisei, Aurora: Donna Wickens, Spec-rer; Marilyn Willis, Teire Haute; Marjorie Reiff, Burnetts, ville; Barbara L. Ruch. Marion; Kthryn Liggett," North Liberty: Jean Bremer, Poseyville; Anna I,ta Jones, Chrisney; Donna Het-rick, College Corner, O. Roys who won trips were: f.'ugene Wint, Elizabethtown; Roy A. Walter, North Salem; Clinton Kugene McNally, Cedar Grove; Jack L. Robinson. Middle-town; Robert Ray Myers, Plain-ille; Dean Borders, I,oogootee; Marvin Schmidt, Kvanaville; Delar I.ee Guard, I.awrcnceburg; Jim McGuire, Westnoi t; Herman Rettinger Jr., Bourbon; David Rudd, Ihanon; Harvey Jordan, Rensselaer: George Wappes, Garnett; Dalp Rnwman, Huntington; Max Schugel, Clay City; Jerry McMullen, Kockville. T IIl.l lU'WIHMMI "''"l ForNcwPaslor Of EUIl Church The Rev. Walter Smith Jr., : recent graduate of Bonebrake '; Theological Seminary, Dayton, : ()., w as w e I-i corned as new : pastor of Park Avenue E v a n-j gelical United 'Brethren Church I at a reception Friday night. During the j last two years j he has served as i pastor of Polk 'Grove Congrega tional v.nnsuan ReVi Mr, .Hmitti Church, Dayton, and previously was pastor In Westport two years. His home is at Paoli. The Rev. Mr. Smith achieved honors at both Indiana Central College here and Bonebrake Seminary. He was graduated magma cum laude from Indiana Central and was elected to Epsi-lon Sigma Alpha, scholastic hon-' orary society. At Bonebrake he ranked highest In his class, was voted the outstanding preacher In his class and was chosen spiritual life chairman. He and Mrs. Smith are making their home in the new parsonage, 9.V) North Bolton Avenue. Poll Find ccman CameVFoo Tough Unscathed by hullets and strong-arm thugs since his appointment to the Indianapolis Police Department two years ago, Patrolman William D. Rrosius finally realized yesterday that police work is a dangerous occupation. Rrosius was nursing a painful right shoulder at his home, 4701 Kenwood Avenue - the result of a hazardous assignment Friday at Municipal Gardens. The 28-year-old policeman, a Police Athletic League Cluh supervisor, was showing his young pupils the finer points of touch football with a dash for the goal line. It was cut short when one of the hos "tagged" Rrosius and sent him to the ground. X-rays at General Hospital Indicated Rrosius sustained a sprained shoulder muscle. Man, 93, Flics Ocean London. (API Charles Stevenson of Dresden, O., stepped from a Pan-American plane here yesterday and said that the ideal age at which to fly the Atlantic Is 93. Mr. Stevenson is 93. He was met by hi daughter, Mrs.' Dorothy Lovi ive- ' well of Saltdean, whom he plans i home. Sussex, with to make his ftnbinioh, Omr AhtpMrtf. Jnn Stnll, nd Judir Wpnliir, all f IftttinpflU. Nn ct St CtHlclM Anderson, and Carta Annt Nismv PUmou.tv tnk Tiu Alpha-Carol Manwartng An-tninttt Walktr, Myrna Wlftw. all of In-dUnapoll' Pnvtlu Jean Grvo. Wtvrlani; .lan Wrlini. Nwrttl; Carol Ann Wilion. Flora, and Jo Darlent Wolf. RoynoMt. Trlanon-Hfr)f TXrklmon tUrnaia Fl i inn. rwmhv ralmr. and ieMy Thnviirnw-' ton, all of IndunapUn mJt. Transit Firm's Share In Cost Of Street Job To Be Studied How the city and Indianapolis ; Railways Inc. w ill share the cost of resurfacins of streets carrying the College 'Avenue streetcar line will be discussed at the Board of Public Works' meeting Monday. The project calls for resurfac ing over the tracks on the route. which runs through downtown Indianapolis, north on College Avenue to Broad Ripple Avenue and east to Broad Ripple TutU. IT IS THE LAST of Indianap-olis' streetcar lines. Tentative plans call for the streetcars to be replaced with trackless trol- ' . . . Mayor Alex M. C ark said no " , t ... estimates fn what amount the firm will be RskeH to nv have , ' ' " Krn T0 n"vp rl...u ..-J j n UaiK SAld discontinuance of Family Counseling Service I Gains 127 Pet. More Patrons 1 y "(Ia t Or. Herman L. Shibler (right), newly-appointed chairman of the public division of the 1952 Red Feather drive, i$ ihown ditcuiiing the problems which a 127 per cent increase in coniultation present to the Farnily Service Association with Henry Graham, secretary of the FSA. Family Service Association, a vital that citizens respond In Red Feather organization which ; helping the Community Chest provides counseling for family problems, has had an increase I of 127 per cent in applications j for advice the last six years, I Henry Graham, secretary, reported yesterday, Graham said that if the organization is to continue itl relentless fight against broken homes, poverty and divorce it is Indianapolis Woman Writes 'Jingle Bells' Ike Song Hoosier Republican rallies this fall may resound with the familiar tune if "Jingle . Bells." Worker Fined For Making False JoblessClaini The Ohio conviction of a former Indiana worker was cited by the Indiana F.mploymen Security Division yesterday as it warned against fraud in the filing of unemployment insurance claims. John W. Crise, division director, said the worker filed for Indiana benefits immediately after leaving an Indiana job and moving to Ohio. Rut the Ohio Bureau of Unemployment Compensation learned that the man actually was working in that state, Crise said. The man was ordered by an Ohio court to reimburse $2B0 Indiana had paid him on the basis of the false claims' and he was fined and given a jail term, Crise said. The director said policing of claims is a regular practice between states and that fraud usually is detected early. J Home Group Tops Red Cross Drive 9 First report of a volunteer recruitment program inaugurated by the Red Cross revealed today that home service volunteers are leading with 30 per cent of their quota, Mrs. Perry I.esh, campaign chairman, announced. The art and skills division ranked second with 13 per cent, followed by the Gray Ladies who have achieved 12'j per cent of their goal. The local chapter's drive Is aimed at the recruiting of 430 volunteer workers. It will run throughout the month. Job's Daughters' Oiipph la Itiftlnllprl Sue Kirkman, Westfield. was installed hon-ored queen of Westfield Bethel 68, Job's Daugh-ters, recently in Westfield Masonic Temple. Other officers include Myra 1nhAlm Aninr princess: Edith van lamp, jun- ior princen;: Dixie Pitts,! Kirkman guide, and Charlene Essex, mar shal. the line will permit the city to rid Itself of all streetcar tracks now existing. IX THE DOWNTOWN area, rails still remain in Delaware and Maryland Streets and in Massachusetts and Capitol Ave- ! nues, Under plans being considered, th CbIa Vlichuav rYtmmiccinn could complete the resurfacing of West Washington Street from Capitol Avenue to the streetcar barns at 1150 West Washington Street, Clark said. The city has rourjh plsns for eliminating the jog at Massachusetts and College Avenue and Noble Street, according to the mayor. He said completion of the whole project may not he real - I " ' ! Sue i ; ized for more than t year. THE LVDIAXATOLIS STAB. r to realize its $l,643,8.-6 goal this , year. j The association was visited I recently by Dr. Herman L. I Shibler, superintendent of pub- lie schools and newly-appointed chairman of the public division of the 19.i2 drive, in order to ! acquaint himself better with the! workings of the group. but with a new set of "I Like Ike" words written by Mrs. Milo H. Stuart, 4,")35 Park Avenue. Submitted to Indiana Eisenhower headquarters. Republicans may adopt the ditty, ,as their official campaign song. Mis. Stuart is the widow of the former principal of Arsenal Technical High Schoolwho died in 1933. I l.IKR IKK" JIXGI.KS (To he sung to the tune of "Jingle Bells") It i November fourth, in nineteen fifty-two; America we love is calling me and you. To polls we joyful go with ballot in our hand. All grateful that we know a man prepared to lead our land. CHORUS: I like Ike! I like Ike! I like F.isenhower! Oh, what fun it is to place a brand new man in power! I like Ike! I like Ike! I like Eisenhower! Oh, what, fun it is to place a brand new man in power! Stanza Two We Spend and spend and spend; the prices upward soar. Our wages rise, we are contentand then we spend some more. Don't mention how we'll pay; 'Twould spoil our spending spree. We'll make our debt a trillion yet, to hand posterity. Stanza Three To a White House spick-and-span, built over fresh and new, We'll send the man we love, his charming Mamie, too. To share that house with them, America will come-On, what, a smile will, greet each one who finds our Ike at home. County Clerks Plan Convention The Indiana County Clerks' Association will hold its annual meeting Dec. 10, 11 and 12 in the Claypool Hotel at Indianapolis. The date was set yesterday as more than SO clerks from all parts of the state compleated the second day of a three-day meeting at Turkey Run State Park Inn. Goal of the meeting was 1o school clerks in the registration and handling of absentee ballots in the forthcoming election. j Valpo Scholarships Go , 0 . ., lo 3 rrom Indianapolis inree inaianapous students, one of them the son of a missionary to India, have wfon scholarships to Valparaiso University for the coming year. They are Robert orn, Indianapolis, son of the Rev. R. M. Zorn, missionary to India; Donna Folkening, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl G. Folkening, 5934 East Raymond Street, and Kurt Jordan, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Jordan, 1117 North Downey Avenue. Young Zorn, who is the ward of Dr. H. C. Fahrbach, 4fi North Audubon Road, attended high school in India. Miss Folkening attended Warren Central High School and Kurt Jordan attended j Arscn' Techincal High School. iValpo Wabash Gratl Succumbs To Polio Craw fordsville. Ind, (SpU- Robert Pillard, 21 years old. Val- j paraiso. 19,12 graduate of Wabash college, died Aug. 31 from polio myelitis while on a fishing trip i in Canada, it was learned here I yesterday. Accident Mars Hazing Party PupiUnjurerl In Auto Cra.h Connersville, Ind. (Spl.) The condition of John McCann, 15 years old. who suffered a skull fracture here Thursday night in an auto crash resulting from a high school hazing party, was reported slightly improved last night at Fayette Memorial Hospital. The boy was one of 11 riding in a speeding coupe which collided with another car at a street intersection. He was thrown from the car trunk onto the street. Meanwhile, Dale Lineback, 17, driver of the car lost his driving privilegea for one year and was fined $25 and costs when arraigned yesterday before Judge Michael Urdal in City Court on reckless driving charges. I.IXKBACK ADMITTED running through a stop sign befoie crashing against the side of the car of Robert Hera, former police chief. Police said Lineback had been stopped twice recently for driving violations hut had been let off without charge. The accident caused John Houghland, high school principal, to place a ban. on further freshman hazing activities. Several other pupils' cars were reported to have been speeding and driving recklessly through the residential section the night the McCann boy was injured. Errant Father' j fl')ff f OYTYi "71' V. II X VI III In Prison An Indianapolis father who refused to follow the orders laid down by the court when his sentence for non-support was suspended last January, received the full force of Judge Saul I. Rabb's wrath in Marion County Criminal Court, Division 2, yesterday. A l-to-7-year sentence, suspended earlier this year when the father, Robert Lee Apple, 32 years old, 82fi Paca Street, agred to pay his wife and three children $25 a week, was set aside in a move that sent Apple immediately to the Indiana State Prison at Michigan City. JUDCF, RABR, in ordering the father to prison, lashed him verbally for providing only $200 for his family during the last eight months. Apple told Judge Rabb that, he was unable to find work that would enahle him to make the payments to his children, aged 10. 9 and 7. SHOP ONE OF THE CITY'S LARGEST, FINEST, FURNITURE STORES OUR SUNDAY SPECIALS COMPLiULY UP TO Trade-in Allowance on Your Old Washer! CREDIT NO MONEY DOWN-UP TO IB MONTHS TO PAY! Rtgular Price SUPPLY LIMITED Oil THIS Compliti with innirtprinj mattress. Finist construe tion. Full sin. SPECIAL TODAY 1 4 !aandn,s Off Jersey Coast New York (UP) The Navy said yesterday it has called off its search for' an unidentified submarine reported seen about five miles off the New Jersey coast. 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Tnr,W Renuhlican editor of the The search was called off after searchers failed to find the sub, the Navv said. ROOFINO - SIDING - INSULATION RALPH R REfcDER & SONS Call WA 3431 for Estlmatea-AdT 0 - WAY HOW LOW PRICED af only . . Hemv ha,es at I "ei rl 1 I West 16th St. and State Rd. 52 Drive Out This Afternoon OPEN TODAY SPECIAL OFFER! HURRY! Convert from living room to bedroom in a second's time! A sofa by day a bed by night! Full-size bed, too! uiiiAiyjiivj .) FURNITURE West 16th St. at Road 52 PHONE MA. 8332 Hot Springs Herald, "The sen-ator has been around Washington long enough to know better than to leave his hat where those Democrats could get it." ,c Ruv in Roij er t, lWr. " "l 'on e''"fl Iij.ii . fa 'e, 0:;" "s I fa NOON Till 6 P.M. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE m r

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