Journal and Courier from Lafayette, Indiana on April 26, 1968 · 18
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Journal and Courier from Lafayette, Indiana · 18

Lafayette, Indiana
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Friday, April 26, 1968
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v- r- TV 18 THE JOURNAL AND COURIER, LAFAYETTE, IND, Friday Evening, April 26, 1963 TV Star To Boost McCarthy .; FRANKFORT Plans were being made h6re Friday for an appearance by television star Garry Moore Monday evening ; on behalf of Sen. Eugene Mc Car thy. Scott Jackson, organizer for the McCarthy - for - President Committee here, said further details of Moore's appearance will be announced Saturday. Meanwhile, the Clinton-Boone County campaign committee for Sen. McCarthy was notified of a 7 p.m. Friday meeting at Mc Carthy headquarters, 12 Hoke Ave. They are to discuss campaign strategy in the two counties and arrange for students who will assist in canvassing the two- county area over the weekend All interested persons are invited. Volunteers unable to be at the meeting call Jackson at 554-6345, or Alan Sear, commit tee chairman, 654-8588. ?'il!ll!lillM!!'!l'!!l!l'l! il'iiiibiwiiiUiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiuiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiuuiiiiiiiiu NEWS OF I HOKE AVENUE GETS ANOTHER POLITICAL HDQ FRANKFORT Hoke Avenue here is becoming campaign headquarters row. The latest to open there is the Kennedy - for - President office, only a few doors from the McCarthy - for-President headquarters which was opened last week. Open House is planned at the Kennedy headquarters, near Walnut Street, beginning at 10 a.m. Saturday. Paul Sheehan of Boston, area director for the campaign of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy for the Democratic presidential nomination, has charge of local headquarters. Kennedy-for-President volunteers are being recruited locally. 1 FRANKFORT 1 AND CLINTON COUNTY liiliiiikliuii'iiiliilluiUlill 2.003 Gain in Voters Is Posted tor County FRANKFORT There are 2,003 more voters registered in Clinton County for this year's primary than there were in 1966, records at the office of County Clerk Lucille Wooffendale show All but two of the 36 pre cincts in Frankfort and Clinton County show increases m voter registration lists. In the others, the number remained un changed. . Largest increases were noted from areas in which residential building has boomed since 1966, especially in the 4th Ward. Some of the larger voter reg istration increases are: Precinct 4-1, up 45; 4-2, up 44, 4-3, up 122; 4-4, up 161; 2-3, up 126, 3-3, up 49, and 1-1, up W Center Township precinct is up 87, Madison 1 is up 55, Madison 2 is up 6Z, and JacK- son Township 57 higher, statis tics show. The recent voter registration period produced 814 voters more than last fall, with 457 new voters and 357 transfers. The Australian ballot will be Hospital News FRANKFORT Clinton County Hospital dismissals: Phillip Huf- ford, 501 Harvard Ter.; Mary Beth Huebler, 407 S. Harrison St.; Mrs. Mark Summers, For est; Mrs. Barbara Sue Parks, Rt. 3; Terry Moncrief, Colfax; Mrs. Opal Younger, 1310 S. Prairie St.; Mrs. Bonnie Lan- guell, Rt. 4, and Mrs. Richard Wallace, Michigantown. Births: Sons to Mr. and Mrs Guy Snodgrass, Rt, 2; Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Greene, 510 N. Jackson St., and Mr. and . Mrs. Jerry L. Parnell, 701 Outer Drive. used in all 36 precincts in the May 7 primary, Mrs. Wooffendale said, since existing voting machines 1918 vintage are not equipped to handle a pri mary. As of Friday, 26 Republicans and 13 Democrats cast absentee ballots at the clerk's office. The office, on the courthouse second floor, will remain open all day both Saturdays before the primaries, ... and all day Thursday as well for conveni ence of those who wish to vote absentee. State Young GOP Chief To Speak FRANKFORT Jack Arnott of Nappanee, Young Republican state chairman, will be the main speaker at a Republican rally Wednesday at the American Legion Post home. A carry-in supper will be at 6:30. County Recorder Virginia Rec ord, Treasurer Margaret Carter and wives of candidates com' prise the hostess committee. All local and state Republi can candidates have been in vited. Landgrebe Sees Peril In Toying With 'Rights' License Charge FRANKFORT Richard D. Castle, 31, of 1250 Milroy St., was jailed on a charge of im proper v e h i c 1 ,e registration. Castle was taken into custody about 11:45 p.m. Thursday by city police on a warrant issued by Justice of Peace Otto W, Loveless. Mulberry Church Groups To Attend Antioch Meeting Howard Johnson's Restaurant (Wonderful World of 28 Flavors! WEEK-NIGHT SPECIALS 5-9 P.M. MONDAY ALL YOU CAN EAT FRIED CHICKEN ......... $1.49 French Fries Cole Slaw Rolls and Butter TUESDAY ALL YOU CAN EAT SPAGHETTI FESTIVAL ....$1.19 Salad Rolls and Butter WEDNESDAY ALL YOU CAN EAT FISH FRY $1.19 French Fries Cole Slaw Rolls and Butter THURSDAY STEAK ROUND-UP $1.59 Potato Salad Rolls and Butter Howard Johnson's Restaurant U.S. 52 BYPASS MULBERRY Members of Trinity United Church of Christ and St. Luke Church Will attend the annual spring meeting of the Western Association in the Antioch Church Sunday. Registration will begin at 2 p.m. Dr. Lawrence W. Fairchild, pastor of Plymouth Congregational Church in Fort Wayne, will speak. The Woman's Guild of Trinity United Church of Christ com pleted the Lenten sewing with an average of 25 women attend ing each session. The women completed 15 quilts, 15 pairs of pajamas and five skirts for World Service, made 13 cottas for the Junior Choir of the church, 11 bed pads for the La theran Home, made 24 Cobbler type aprons for Logansport State Hospital and sewed 14 dozen pads for the Cancer So ciety. Consultation on church union visitation will be observed Sun day when members of Trinity United Church of Christ will par ticipate in a member exchange with the First Christian Church of Frankfort. Some members of the First Christian Church of Tools Stolen FRANKFORT Burglars got a small quantity of hand tools in a break-in at Tuloma Gas Products Co., on Sells Road south of Indiana 28, early Friday. The burglary was reported by Bud Spurlock to the Clinton County Sheriff's Department. Entry was gained by forcing open a window. Marriage Licenses FRANKFORT Marriage licenses have been issued in the Clinton County clerk's office to two couples: John R. Stafford Jr., 23, of Rt. 1, Russiaville, Army, and Sandra Kay Benge, 18, of Rt. 1, Rossville, hospital employe. Jerry Wayne Sheets, 20, of Rt. 1, Army, and Suzanne Henderson, 18, of Rt. 2, Russiaville. Frankfort will visit at Trinity and Trinity members Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Wainscott, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Siekman, Mr. and Mrs. William Neal and Lloyd Neher will visit at the Frankfort Church, v Mrs. Kenneth Remaly was a patient m Home Hospital, La tayette. Frank Bricker remained quite hi m Home Hospital, Lafayette. Mr. and Mrs. . Cleo Baer's daughter, Mrs. Pearl Pember- ton of Lafayette, is a surgical patient m St. Elizabeth Hospital, Lafayette. Dinner guests of Mrs. Lillie Schierer were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Slimpe and daughter of Indianapolis, Mr. and Mrs Douglass Schierer and daughter or Lafayette, Mr. and Mrs. Ev erett Schierer and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Thrush and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Thrush. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Otto Fickle have returned home af ter spending the winter in Florida. Sam Lohr and Miss Olive Lohr were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lohr of West Lafayette. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Isticland of Charlotte, Mich, attended the funeral of Mrs. Hayes Peters and visited Mrs. Ethel Doty and Mr. and Mrs. Rav Dunk of Moran. They also called on Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Ransdell and Mrs. Pearl McNutt all of La fayette. Congressional candidate Earl F. Landgrebe said Friday if he is elected he would "try to pro tect the rights and freedoms and dignity of all individuals in the 2nd District, and protect them from all undue regimenta tion and government controls.' The statement came in an in terview in which Landgrebe, a 10-year Indiana Senate veteran, discussed his views on civil rights legislation. "Four times in my career in the Senate, so-called 'civil rights' legislation has been enacted over my 'nay' vote, Landgrebe said. "My record is there and I stand on it. The difficult thing for me to do now, as a congressional candi date, is to show people why I voted as I did. "But I'm a hunch-player sometimes, and I have always feared the long-range results of such legislation. I had a hunch when these bills came to the Legislature that they would never lead to peace and pros oeritv. ' "The rioting and burning ana looting going on today, in a way, shows my nuncnes were right. . RESPONSIBILITY, TOU "I'm for justice and opporturv itv for all but I believe m the rights and responsibilities of "the individual. "This is the basis for the whole matter. When each indi vidual has to account for himself, many of these problems will go away. Landgrebe, a Valparaiso Re publican, said if he is elected to Congress he would "be the type of congressman who would Secretary of Year Named by Group FRANKFORT Mrs. Lucille Endress, former employe of at torney Samuel Power, was nam ed Secretary of the Year by the Frankfort Chapter of the National Secretaries Association. The award was a highlight of a special week in honor of sec retaries. Mrs. Endres and her husband, Floyd, have two sons. They live on Kelly Road. , Flora Church Schedules Gospel Concert FLORA Flora Christian Church will sponsor a Gospel concert in Carroll High School Gvmnasium at 8 p.m. Thursday, May 2. The program will fea ture the "LeFevres" ot At lanta, Ga. Also on the program will be the Martin Trio from Ko-komo and the Faith Trio of Car roll High School. Mrs. Ada Booth, East Main Street, Flora, and Mrs. Cora Crook, Carrollton Township, were guests of Mrs. Espel Mer rill of Galveston. Flora Christian Church CWF Executive Committee will meet in the home of Mrs. Cullan Ei- kenberry at 9 a.m. Tuesday. Caridlelite Circle will meet in the home of Mrs. Keith Sisson at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Crystal Circle will meet in the home of Mrs. Wilbert Kennck at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, May 2. Fidelis Circle will meet in the home of Mrs. Lucille Smith at 1:30 p.m. Thursday. Chamber Retail Chairman Named FRANKFORT Lon C. Wainscott, owner of Wainscott Sew-, ing Center, has been named chairman of the retail division of the Clinton County Chamber of Commerce. - : ' Wainscott succeeded Wayne Hall who became Chamber of Commerce executive manager April 1. take the long look, and not be swept by popular politics." Landgrebe said that in his opinion, Indiana's civil rights legislation has "created more discrimination." He referred to the state Civil Rights Commission as "un-American and - unconstitutional.' "If we need a 12-man com mission to protect the rights or iNegroes, who represent maybe 12 per cent of our state dodu- lation, then why not have a much bigger group to see that the Negroes don't discriminate against us?" he asked. ' NO THROW AWAY Somewhere along the line the people of the 2nd District need to know that Landgrebe isn't going to throw away the free dom or the white to guarantee that no injustice is done to the Negro," he said. "I'm not just anotner smiling politician looking for a vote. "The answer is a return to Amercianism, abide by the law. handle injustice and discrimina tion by constitutional means. "It's obvious we're trvine to legislate morals, and this can't be done. Love thy neighbor is going to have to be accom plished m the churches, and in our established social organiza tions. Landgrebe, who owns and op erates a trucking company and a farm machinery agencv. has served three terms on the ves try of Trinity Lutheran Church m Valparaiso. Roger Landgrebe. one of his sons, is a Lutheran minister at Fort Wayne. Man of the Year CULVER (AP) Smith Hemp- stone, novelist, historian " and London correspondent for the Washington, D.C., Evening Star, has been voted Culver Military Academy's man of the year among the school's alumni. A Touch Of The Old Gifts Shipped nyhere UHssColomj IN MARKET SQUARE CALCULATING CRIMINALS FAIRFIELD, 111. 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