The Terre Haute Star from Terre Haute, Indiana on August 15, 1958 · Page 2
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Terre Haute, Indiana
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Friday, August 15, 1958
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THE TERRE HAUTE STAR, FRIDAY, AUGUST 15,1958. Dr. D. M. Sharpe ! Heads Workshop At Puerto Rico Dr. Donald M. Sharpe, professor of education and director of laboratory experiences on the secondary level, served as director of the Association for Student Teaching Workshop at the University of Puerto Rico in Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico, which ran August 6-13. The one-week workshop of the national educational group was set up through the efforts of Dr. Sharpe and Aida de Vergne, director of the Department of Methods and Student Teaching at the University of Puerto Rico. Dr. Sharpe has been chairman of the A. S. T. workshop committee for the past three years, and VACATION LOANS Borrow the Cash You Need . . . Repay After You Come Back From Your Vacation. Up to 24 Months to Repay. AMERICAN LOAN & FINANCE CO. 507 Ohio St. C-6011 "Friendly Service Since 1923" ENROLL EARLY For the Fall Term! Day Classes — Sept. 8th Evening Classes — Sept. 15th PREPARE NOW FOR AN OFFICE POSITION C-2738 Terre Haute Commercial College "Look up at Fifth and Wabash" he has served on the staff of other A. S. T. workshops, but this was the first under his direction. SOME 200 A. S. T. members from throughout the United States attended the meeting, and travel arrangements were made through J. V. Soeder of the World-Wide Travel Service of Terre Haute. Other members of the workshop staff assisting Dr. Sbarpe were Dr. Margaret Lindsey, a former member of the I. S. T. C. faculty who is now a professor of education at Teachers College, Columbia University, Aida de Vergne who was local chairman; consultants were Cecila de Olmeda, principal of the University of Puerto Rico's Laboratory School; Sam P. Wiggins, associate professor of education at Nashville's Peabody College; Lewis W. Gil- fo'y, former I. S. T. C. alumni and current secondary school supervisor of Indianapolis public schools; Dr. Lyman V. Ginger, dean of the University of Kentucky's College of Education and 1957-1958 N. E. A. president; and Dr. Graham Pogue, Ball State Teachers College. THEME of the workshop was "Improving Theory and Practice in Student Teaching." Morning convocations featured lectures by workshop staff members and were followed by study group meetings. At the opening sessior on August 7. Chancellor Jaime Bcnitez of the Unviersity of Puerto Rico welcomed the A. S. T. members. The Honorable Governor and Mrs. Munoz Marin of Puerto Rico hosted the A. S. T. members at a cocktail reception at La B'orteleza on the first evening of the meeting. The following evening, August 8, University Chancellor and Mrs. Benitez offered a reception for all A. S. T. workshop members at the Chancellor's residence. LAST SATURDAY, August 9, Puerto Rico's Department of Tourism arranged a picnic at Luquillo Beach and a side trip to El Yunque Terre Haute's Most Pleasant Sound 1 w m f t 1300 On Your Radio Dial NEWS—NOT NOISE! UPSTAIRS TO DOWNSTAIRS And From Our Out-of-Town Stores WHAT'S LEFT SALE Ladies' Shoes All remaining famous brand shoes from our upstairs and out of town stores now being offered downstairs at unheard of low prices'. VALUES TO 18.95 • Troyling • Josef Duval • Fiancee • Air Step • Town & Country • Joyce • Capezio r ALL ONE LOW PRICE Over 1.200 • Risque Pairs Life Stride All Colors, Sizes, Materials But Not in Every Style Group of 317 Pairs Values to 8.95 Ladies' DRESS-CASUALS SPORT SHOES Shoes for Now and On Into Fall $ 3 Group of 28 Pairs Values to 12.95 Ladies' FLATS-CASUALS SPORT SHOES SUMMER CASUALS 2 WHILE 450 PAIRS REMAIN MEN'S SHOES Summer Styles Values to 16.95 (tropical rain forest) for the A. S. T. members. Workshop headquarters were in the Isabel Andreu de Aguilar Building at the University of Puerto Rico. Among the study group topics were "Utilizing Theory and Practice," "Evaluating Student Teachers," "Using Observation Wisely," "Examining Our Practices," and others. The position- centered groups were concerned with Directors and Co-ordinators of Student Teaching, College Supervisors of Student Teaching, College Personnel Other Than Co-ordina- tors and Supervisors, Co-operating Teachers and Public School Personnel Other Teachers. Than Co-operating Dr. Sharpe went to Puerto Rico just prior to the opening of the workshop to take care of last minute details and is expected back in Terre Haute soon. C. of C. Will Host Legislative Clinic The Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce will be hosts on Sept. 24 to chambers from five surrounding counties for a pre-legislative clinic to discuss issues expected to arise during the 1959 general assembly. The local meeting will be one of 22 such gatherings scheduled throughout the state by officers of the Indiana State Chamber of Commerce. In announcing the meetings, Jack E. Reich, executive vice president of the state organization, stated, "We believe the coming legislative session will be a critical one, involving many decisions which will affect every Hoosier citizen immediately and the welfare of our state and people for years to come." Research specialists from the State Chamber of Commerce will present illustrated speeches covering taxation, public schools, personnel and labor relations, social security, transportation and highways and other government. facets of state VALLEY DEATHS Daylight saving Time it med. unless otherwise specified. MES. BERTHA SCOTT ROCKVILLE, Ind., Aug. 14.—(Special.)—Mrs. Bertha Scott, 86 years old, died at 3:10 o'clock Thursday morning at the Friendship Nursing Home in Bloomlngdale. She was a member of the Rockville Methodist Church. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Florence Cant well of Indianapolis; two grandsons, and four great-grandchildren. The body was taken to the Branson Funeral Home where friends may call after 4 o'clock Friday afternoon. Funeral services will be at 2:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the funeral home. Burial will be in the Russellville Cemetery at Russellville. ARTHUR R. MORRIS CARLISLE, Ind., Aug. 14.—(Special.) —Funeral services for Arthur R. Morris. SB years old, who died Monday, will be at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon at the Schulze Funeral Home here. The Rev. Charles Myers will officiate and burial will be in the Odd Fellows Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 8:30 o'clock Friday morning. MRS. LENA MORRIS SULLIVAN, Ind., Aug. 14.—I Special.) —Funeral services for Mrs. Lena Morris, 84 years old, who died Tuesday, •will be at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon at the Carrithers Funeral Home. The Rev. James McKinney will officiate and burial will be in Center Ridge Cemetery. MRS. CORA E. FORBES SHELBURN, Ind., Aug. 14.—(Spi cial.>*—Funeral services for Mrs. Cora E. Forbes, 61 years old, who died Tuesday, will be at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon at the McHugh Funeral Home. The Rev. William Simpson will officiate and burial will be in Little Flock Cemetery. JAMES EARLE BENNETT KANSAS, UL, Aug. 14.—(Special.)— Funeral services for James Earle Bennett, 35 years old, who died Tuesday, wUl be at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon at the Forbes-Hutch ins Funeral Home. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery. Security Continued From Page 1 payments to an average of $65 a month for adults and $30 for dependent children. The House had voted to fix a ceiling of $66 and $33 respectively. The committee left untouched another provision, also sharply criticized by Flemming, which would increase the federal government's share of financing such programs. + + + UNDER BOTH the House and Senate bills, the social security tax on the nation's 75,000,000 fuU and part-time workers and their employers would go up from 2Vt per cent of the employe's first $4,200 in earnings to 2% per cent of the first $4,800. The present 3% per cent levy on self-employed persons would increase to 3% per cent. The dollars and cents increases would range up to $25.50 each for workers and their employers and $38.25 a year for self-employed persons $4,800. earning as much as The male narwhal, a small whale, has a long spiral tusk growing from its upper jaw. CITY DEATHS "MOST WALKED ABOUT SHOES IN TOWN" MRS. IVA GAT SHAD LET Mrs. Iva Gay Shadley. 77 years old, 652 Linden Street, North Terre Haute died at 4:40 o'clock yesterday afternoon at Union Hospital. She was a member of the North Terre Haute Christian Church. Surviving are three daughters Mrs. Gloy Webster and Mrs. Pauline Baxter, both of North Terre Haute, and Mrs. Doyne Clarey of Detroit, Mich. and four sons, Clarence of North Terre Haute, Delbert and Elwood, both _ Tucson, Ariz., and Robert of Kala mazoo. Mich. The body was taken to the Thomas Funeral Home where friends may call after 3 o'clock thi afternoon. Funeral services will be a 1 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at th funeral home. The Rev. Paul Overpeck will officiate and burial will be in Roselawn Memorial Park. CART LEE HOUSER Gary Lee Houser, IB-month-old so of Mr. and Mrs. George Houser Jr. Kinny, Minn., died at 6:30 o'clock y< terday morning in Farmersburg. Be sides the parents, surviving are brother, William, at home; the grant parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Chrisman o West Terre Haute, and Mr. and Mrs George Houser Sr. of Terre Haute, an the (Treat-grandparents, Mrs. Lula Hants of West Terre Haute, and Mrs. Ann Chrisman of St. Mary-of-the-Woodi The body was taken to the Bedin Chapel of the Valley. HARRY LEON MURPHY JR. Funeral services are pending at th Gillis Memory Chapel for Harry Leo Murphy Jr., 20 years old, formerly o Terre Haute, who died Wednesday i Dennis Park, Cal. Surviving are th mother. Mrs. Harry Murphy of Denni Park and the father. Harry Murohy o Terre Haute: a half brother. Edwsr Majors of Terre Haute, and a sister Mrs. Ruth Benjamin of Terre Haute He was a former member of the Indi ana and California National Guard Friends may call at the funeral horn after 6 o'clock Sunday afternoon. FRANK W. DEBNEY Frank W. Debney, 81 years old. 2528 North Eleventh Street, died at 7:5 o'clock last night at Union Hospital Surviving are two sons. Joe of Inkster Mich., and Francis W. Debney of Gar den City, Mich.; three daughters, Mrs Mary Botner and Mrs. Marjorie Ffess both of Terre Haute, and Mrs. Bettji Needham of Kalamazoo, Mich.: 1 grandchildren, and two great-grandchil dren. The bortv was taken to th Gillis Memory Chapel. MRS. GRACE AKERS Funeral services for Mrs. Grac Akers, 72 years old. who died Wednesday, will be at 2 o'clock this afternooi at the Callahan Funeral Home. Th Rev. C. G. McCrocklin will officiat and burial will be\in Roselawn Memorial Park. The Order of Eastern Star No. 43, will conduct graveside services MRS. OTILIA FEARS Funeral services for Mr*. Otilia Fear*. 240ft Putnam Street, who died Wednesday, will be at 1:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the Martin Tearman Funeral Home. Burial will be in Bethesda Cemetery. Friend* may call at the funeral home after 11 o'clock this morning. W. E. «BABE* CERTAIN Funeral services for W. E. **Babe" Certain, 72 years old, of New Goshen, who died Tuesday, will be at 1:30 o'clock this afternoon at the Bedino Chapel of the Valley. The Her. Donald Sibling will officiate and burial will be in Rose Hill Cemetery. MRS. NELL MAEHLING Funeral services for Mrs. Nell Maehling, 63 years old, who died Tuesday, will be at 1:30 o'clock this afternoon at the Cross Funeral Home. The Rev. Glen O. Martensen will officiate and burial will be in Highland Lawn Cemetery. B. F. 'FRANK' AUSHERMAN Funeral services for B. F. "Frank" Ausherman, 80 years old. who died Wednesday, will be at B:30 o'clock this moraine at the Martin Tearman Funeral Home. The Rev. Hilton Whitaker will officiate and burial will be in Roselawn Memorial Park. Man Sentenced In Assault Case A fine of S313 and a 180-day penal farm sentence were levied against Oliver Taylor, 36 years old, Burnett, who pleaded guilty to a charge of assault and battery against an elderly neighbor. Taylor appeased before City Court Judge Pro Tern Charles K. McCrory. The attack occurred last month when Taylor was caught in the act f stealing groceries from his neighbor's home. Taylor attackec tie 71-year-old man with a hammer and inflicted several injuries Taylor pleaded guilty to the harge but told the court he doesn'l emember what actually happenec ecause he was "pretty drunk" at he time. Records show Taylor las been convicted of a similar charge. Bernard Leo Mudd. 49, no home who allegedly struck a waitress across the mouth a short whili after she had given him a free lamburger, was fined $23 and sen enced to ten days in Vigo County "ail. Two young motorists were finec 19.75 after they pleaded guilty t harges of reckless driving. They were Jerry D. Byers, 18, 809 Souti eighth Street, and Ronald F Butts, 23, of Decatur, 111. The pai lenied they had been racing shorl y before police arrested them. Robert Winston, 21, 1719 Souti Fifteenth Street, was fined $19.7 on his plea of guilty to a charg of speeding. LOSES $161 CASH IN SUPERMARKET Mrs. Richard Hamilton. 215 Clay Avenue, told police last nigh hat someone apparently stole $16 :rom her purse while she wa shopping in a super market a 1307 Grand Avenue. She said she had cashed a checl for that amount and then pushe cart through the store leavu\ her purse in the cart while sh selected items from the shelves. When she started to pay upo checking out she discovered th money gone. The woman tol police the bill fold was still in he purse. Burglary Charged Police yesterday announced th arrest of Robert E. Goucher, 3 years old, 2918 South Thirteen! Street, as a suspect in an apar ment burglary Tuesday. He is accused of entering the apartment of Jack Lucas, 1722 Wabash Avenue, and stealing a quan- ity of canned goods and,a pair of shoes. Detectives said Goucher so far has denied the burglary but was wearing the stolen shoes when arrested by uniformed police. rogram Planned : orT. H. Brewery Milton F. Fox, general manager f the Terre Haute Brewing Corn- any, and Harley Auble, general dies manager, are in Chicago at- ending special meetings being eld in connection with the new ales and advertising program ow being instituted for the Terre [aute Brewery. Harold and Leo ..ederer, owners of the local brew- ng operation, are conducting the essions at heir Chicago offices. John Rudden, account executive with the brewery's new advertis- ng agency, W. B. Doner of Chiago, will present ideas and plans or future advertising geared to accelerated sales of the Terre laute brewery's products, Cham- iagne Velvet and Red Top Beers and 20 Grand Ale, in the 30-state area covered by the local plant. The Chicago meeting followed ne held at the offices of the ?erre Haute Brewery for divi- ional sales managers earlier this week. Those who participated in le sales and planning conference t which Mr. Fox and Mr. Auble utlined the future program, were ). C. Masters, southern divisional ales manager; Norman Franzlau, Western divisional sales manager:, llyde Carey divisional sales manager for Ohio and West Virginia, and Leonard Conrad, sales .manager for Indiana and Michigan. K. of C. Council Has Entertainment Today Members of the local council of vnights of Columbus have planned a special program of entertainment for today which is the Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Since today is a holy day of obligation for Catholics and is not a day of fast or abstinence, the menu 'or the evening will feature chicken as well as fish. Entertainment will include music on an electric organ by BUI Balduzzi from 6 until 9 P. M. The regular K. of C. meeting will be held Aug. 20, and the family picnic is scheduled for Aug. 24 at the Shrine Country Club. 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