Journal and Courier from Lafayette, Indiana on March 2, 1968 · 11
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Journal and Courier from Lafayette, Indiana · 11

Lafayette, Indiana
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Saturday, March 2, 1968
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mm mm - v Saturday Evening, March 2, 1968 THE JOURNAL AND COURIER. LAFAYETTE, IND. II Landgrebe (He's No. 7) In Race for Congress ; State Sen. Earl F. Landgrebe, iR'Vaiparaiso, announced his "candidacy Friday for the Re "-publican nomination for 2nd District congressman. He became the seventh man to enter - the race. Landgrebe, in the middle of his third four-year term in the Indiana Senate, represents Jasper, Newton, and Porter coun ties. He sought the GOP nomin ation for governor in 1964. l ne operator of a motor freight line, Landgrebe is active in the Lutheran Church and Rotary Club and is director of First Federal Savings & Loan Association at Valparaiso. , In the 1967 Legislature, he was a member of Senate com-j mittees on labor, roads and transportation. Other candidates for the GOP nomination in the 10-county district include State Rep. Quen-tin Blachley and John C. Wood, both of Valparaiso; O. U. Sullivan,, Lafayette; Robert Becker, Rensselaer, Ernest Niemeyer, Lowell; and Albert F. Harri-gan, Hobart. HARRIGAN BLAST Harrigan, who filed his declaration of candidacy in the secretary of state's office Friday, issued a blast at the national administration. He said if the United States stays in Vietnam the conduct of . the war should be turned ,.pver to the military "to let -them win." The alternative, he said, is for the U.S. to bring pressure - upon the nations in the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization to live up to their treaty obligations and take over the fight. Dr. Otis R. Bowen of Bremen, ; speaker of the Indiana House and a candidate for the Repub lican nomination for governor. filed for renomination for his House seat Friday. If he is nominated for gover nor, Republican organizations in Marshall and Starke counties will select a new nominee for his House seat. Bowen explained previously that he planned to file for re nomination for the House at the request of his county chairmen and that it did not indicate any reeling or weakness about his candidacy for governor. The only candidate for the state Senate to file Friday was ben. Eugene Bambridge, Mun- ster Democrat, to represent Lake County. , 1 fit"' .i in. rr"i ii1 ': 1 .H2.;-yv7.i'V p f EARL F. LANDGREBE r Hospital Dismissals BAYH SLATES APPEARANCES IN AREA U.S. Sen. Birch Bayh, Ind., has scheduled several appearances in Warren and Newton counties next Friday. At 8:30 a.m. he will speak at a convocation at Seeger. Memorial High School near West Lebanon. An hour later he is to participate in a Warren - Fountain counties farm meeting at Williams-port. A Warren County civic luncheon at noon at Wil-Iiamsport also is slated. At 2:30 p.m., he is to speak at a convocation at South Newton High School near Kentland. He will participate in a farm meeting at Kent-land at 3:30 p.m., and will be guest at a Newton County Democratic reception at 7:30 p.m. ST. ELIZABETH HOSPITAL March 1: Deborah Barrett, 3-20 Fairway Drive; Floyd Campbell, 1423 Potomac Ave.; Harry Griffith, Delphi: Laurie Hudgens, Mulberry; Mrs. Walter Miles, Veedersburg; Mrs. Den nis Kowe and daughter, 1728 Greenbush; Beverly Woollen, Rossville; Eugene Anderson, Brookston; Susan Andrews, 2553 Cambridge Road: Robbie Balser, 1116 Linden Drive; Arta Biesecker, Frankfort: Thomas Calhan, New Ross; Mrs. Ronald Cantrell and son, 2410 Happy Hollow Road, West Lafayette"; Joseph Casta Santa, 1024 Grove St.; Mrs. M. B. Dice, New Ross; j Marvin Diskin, 1917 Carlisle Farina Backs LB J On Vietnam A Democratic candidate for 2nd District congressman who advocates withdrawal from Vietnam said Saturday he would support President Johnson's decisions in the war there. Joseph A. Farina made the statement following talks with party leaders Friday in Kent- and and Fowler. Farina, a La- Porte businessman, said he now has conferred with all 10 Demo cratic county chairmen in the district, as well as District Chairman William Gettings. I will completely support President Johnson's administrative policies and decisions in Vietnam, Farina said Saturday morning, "irrespective of any disagreement I have or may :' 7 p'.'v'' ''iv';." ''.'' : .At ::':'i:'iivH"':':''::':. I A, A- ! v A : . : .!:.-:; iff ii;;. ,!?!;';, ,.i . I ' r-sv,,:;!', :yA" ''?' " ' "A i) fa '6t" A A ' " ' 1 '' :! 7, 77' ''pA'l : 7,7 :' A,, 7 A ;'v,, , :) .j. 7 K A. ; ' :" 71 i, 1 ;T7. :. ;," jisJ.'1 vi'iiii-t'; ,i:-Ji?':.!Mi:rf' .:, . ' . 'i;--'r. f ji f"'Ui,:. V.i x x-A A ;.n"7 i ,f. ix, ;; - r, . :Vvl'"J'' 7,S fl!"PT7n(r':y,'!"p"'',",MTir' iL,;n' ifflT!"'"U'' it ' A,h- t. Lfc f fc,""' .A-'-- ;p r L" f"-' - - - - l V , . V .. ., t y Roachdale; Mrs. Corvin Pitcock. Crawfordsville; Mrs. Floydjhave on this issue. trainer, i7 Kossuth St.; Nancy Rhodes, Fowler; Mickey Rigdon. 27 N. 23rd St.; Merle Rush, 514 Rose St., West Lafayette; Terrence Scherrer, Lahr Hotel; John Smith. Battle! Ground; Mrs. Lambert Stock, rrankfort; Rex Stovall, 1219 Main St.; Susan Waymire, Brookston, and Wayne Whaley, Brook. HOME HOSPITAL March 1: Mrs. Mamoon Bal- baky, 2201 Ferry St.; Mrs. Kenneth Barrett, Fowler; Garry Cambridge, 2425 Edgelea Drive; Mrs. Leah F. Cessel. 2120 Ulen "Although I disagree and have expressed that disagreement." he said, "I will support the President on Vietnam." When he announced his can didacy. Farina called the war "futile" and said U.S. foreign policy "has been a monumental blunder He called for immediate ne gotiation with North Vietnam leading to a national election j supervised by the United Na tions. As soon as "loyal South Vietnamese" have been given an opportunity to leave the country, he said, the United States should pull out its forces Guond Fowler Lueua Cesah culd disagee ,HaJilS(K NT 74th Ct - Mrc Rill Pmw 't'S War policy "Without fail- H a u c k 2501 Soldies Home! ell and Von. Rt 7 Mrl Wffliamlg l PPJ"" He.said the n a u c r., juj. ouiuiers nurae ...... . .'Johnsnn administration's "ner- Jt-tmre, Kossvme: Mrs. ueraid . r ... r T F,,mtP MirwAvp.frmana batting average BIRTHS In Home Hospital, March 1: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Younker, 5114 New York St., son; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mcintosh, 2408 Butler St., daughter; Mr. and Mrs. William Rector, Flora, daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Uerkwitz, Rt. 5, daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Rick Hutchins, 77 Lori-Lee Estates, West Lafayette, son; Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Fishman, 423 N. Chauncey Ave., West Lafayette, daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Emilia Soto, Ot- terbein, son. In St. Elizabeth Hospital, March 1: Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Weingram, 455 Littleton St., West Lafayette, son. One Less Canal VENICE, Italy (UPI) Ven ice will soon have 181 rather than 182 canals. City officials decided they would have to fill in a canal separating a small island from the city's Santa Croce district because the stench from the canal's stagnant water gets unbearable in summer. Crossing Repairs Begin Norfolk & Western Railway crews and equipment have been deployed at the North Eighteenth Street crossing for a major rebuilding job. Sinking tracks, loose timbers and spikes have endangered traffic both for trains and for motor vehicles at the crossing, officials said. The crossing, now , closed to automotive traffic, should be rebuilt and reopened in two weeks or so. Other N & W crossings through the city are scheduled for similar upgrading this year. (Staff Photo) Road, West Lafayette; Jose-i1-3"6: Terrv Char,es. H05 Lin- Road, West Lafayette; Ralph Healy, 2601 Meadow Drive; Or-thella Hill, Frankfort; Thomas Howard, Flora; Donna Huff, Wheatfield; Nettie Hum, Chal-;mers; Hazel Ingle, 2118 Moore St.; Marcia Jackson, 1203 Mor- i,ton St.; Mrs. Kenneth Jewell, 2118 Ulen Lane; Mrs. Nelson Jones, 2500 Potawatomi Drive; Wilbur Lank, Templeton; Daniel -Long, Rensselaer; Janice Long, .Mulberry; Mrs. Harry Miller, Monticello; Lyman Ordel, Frankfort; Raymond Paris, r Training Set For Leaders Of Cub Scouts Two series of training meet ings for present and prospective , Cub Scout leaders of the Harrison Trails Council have been announced by E. E. Carson, Kicka-poo District training chairman. The first series for all Cub Scout leaders begins at 7:30 p.m. :' Monday at the Trinity Methodist Education Center. The Cub Scout program will be discussed. The meetings will continue four more weeks on Mondays, March 11, 18, 25 and April 1. The series is for both den mothers and committeemen. " j Additional topics of discussion will be "Planning the Cub Scout Program, "Your " Den Meet ing," "The Pack Meeting, "Operating the Den," "Pack Management," "Den Leader Coaches" and "Webelos Lead ers." The second series, exclusively for den mothers, will be 1 : 15 to 2:45 p.m. Friday at the Jenks Rest Building, Columbian Park, fand will continue at the same ; time on March 15, 22 and 29. The I same subjects will be covered. Instructors for the first series are Forrest Harrison, Mrs. Rob- ert Gray and Mrs. David Holts-l claw. Mrs. Denzil Bailey and Mrs. Bert Long will lead discussion for the second series. Mrs. Charles Gorman, Frankfort; Mrs. Donald Goyer, Delphi: Mrs. David Harmon, 707 S. 21st St.; Mrs. Richard Hasser and son, 2005 Iroquois; Mrs. James Hunter, Linden; Mrs. Terrell Jackson, 2322 N. 23rd St.; Scott Leming, Brookston: Roger McClannen, 733 S. 30th St.: Mrs. Charles Miller and son, 2205 Maumee Place; Mrs. Michael Raisor and son, 2502 Sauk Place; Mrs. Edgar Segal and daughter, Rt. 7: Mrs. Jack Skinkle, 1037 Southlea Drive; Robert Snoeberger, 1217 South lea Drive: Stephen Reeve. 224 Arnold Drive, West Lafayette; Mrs. Daisy C. Royal. Oxford: Mrs. Harold Stevens, 528 S. 4th St.; Mrs. Richard Vandermay, 513 S. 19th St.; Donald wells, Frankfort: Mrs. Roy Wells. New town, and Bryan W i d m e r, Brookston. : Council Slates Panel Discussion A panel discussion will be a part of the Lafayette Council of ; Parents and Teachers meeting at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Oakland : School. ; Members of the panel will be J. Russell Hiatt, school super- intendent, Mrs. Walter L. Braun J and Mrs. Cleatis Boyer. Mod- erator will be Mrs. Fred North- acker. The topic will be ."Believe, Belong, Build." A nominating committee also will be named. Hospitality chairmen are Mrs. Ray Frueh-wald, Mrs. Warren Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wolf and Mr. and Mrs. John Ruppert. Superior And Circuit Court News SUPERIOR COURT Divorces Granted Gertrud Champs vs. Sewell P. Champe. Plaintiff awarded cus tody of two minor children. Defendant ordered to pay $700 a month support. Eleanor Patrick vs. Ralph H. Patrick. Plaintiff awarded custody of two minor children. Defendant ordered to pay $1,000 alimony, $120 a month support. James Hunt vs. Emma Hunt. Paula D. Corwin vs. Thomas E. Corwin. Plaintiff granted restoration of maiden name, Wilhelm, ordered not to remarry for two years. Dolores J. Koning vs. Fred Koning Jr. Plaintiff awarded custody of three minor children. Defendant ordered to pay $40 a week support. Larry Keesling vs. Milly Ann Keesling. Defendant granted di vorce on cross -complaint, awarded custody of one minor child. Plaintiff ordered to pay $2,500 alimony, $20 a week support. Linda R. Johnston vs. Blaine R. Johnston. Plaintiff awarded custody of one minor child. Defendant ordered to pay $10 a week support. Doris M. Beers vs. Elmer D. Beers. Plaintiff awarded custody of two minor children. Defendant ordered to pay $80 a month support. Angela J. Wagner vs. Thomas Wagner. Plaintiff awarded cus tody of one minor child. Defendant ordered to pay $15 a week support. in general are high "I doubt that any of the Re publican presidential hopefuls can compare," he added Farina said his talks with party leaders had left him opti mistic, and he predicted complete Democratic victory this fall." At the time of his announce ment of candidacy. Farina ac knowledged that his Vietnam proposals contradicted the President's policies. But he claimed they "do not contradict the 1964 Democratic Party platform. Women Cited For Scout Work Mrs. Eugene Ross and Mrs Donald Smith were recognized for their year's work in scouting at a Pack 9 Blue and Gold banquet in Miller School. James Roberts, cubmaster presented awards following talk on "Competition and Char acter Building," by the Rev. Ronald Elly, pastor of Hope Chapel Church. Winners of the Pmewood Derby were Ricky McCormick and Mark Smith. Winners in various heats were Steven Bryant, John Perkins, John Harlow and Max Smith. Judges were William Johnson, Oakland School, and William Haley. Neuwelt's FABRIC CENTER "Tht Complete Yard Goods Center of Lofoyette" 8 N. 3rd St. Ph. 742-5948 CLOSED FOR THE SEASON FROZEN CUSTARD Watch for Opening In March. Greater Lafayette IfflBtr Credit- - Association Russell F. Davis Inc. General Contractor Phone 474-1456 RADIO-TV PARTS and SUPPLIES LAFAYETTE RADIO SUPPLY, INC. 40S E- North St. Ph. 742-40M Newsmen Guilty ROME (UPI) A court has vindicated Italy's former army chief of staff of charges be plotted a coup in 1964. The court convicted two newsmen of de faming Lt. Gen. Giovanni de Lorenzo by saying he planned a coup. Eugenio Scalfari, editor of the magazine L'Espresso, was Malaysia Gears KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia fAP) Malaysian Prime Min- SPntPnrcd tn 17 mnnths in iail ictor AKHnI PaViman eail Rt-JicV and reporter Lino Jannuzzi to troops may withdraw from!not sav what he based hls inforj 16 months. Southeast Asia even before thejmation on. I THE BORDEN COMPANY 1611 SCHUYLER AVE. Phone 742-5074 LAFAYETTE. IND. December, 1971, target date so "we must immediately get; ready ways to guarantee the' safety of this nation." He did! ORTHOPEDIC WORK J KENNY'S SHOE REPAIR Kenny RoswonW, Prop. 204 N. 9th St. Ph. 742.4730 Uidi inUIVIQUdl MX. TiiMUcy Deportment, Internal Pevenut Service InCOniC Tfl X'RGtUm forth year January 1-Oecember 31. 1967, or ether taabl year beginning - - 1967. ending 19 , w" m n n first name ti4 wibal (II iewt retvra, ate ditt mcom tnf mMie imtiaii of eetk Last aame Yetir social security number ! ! -E Heme tMrm (Nur 4 ttreet Or mral rente) City, too er pott offtce. 4 State ZIP eede Year eettipattM Seeate't aeeial aecurrty aeniief Eetar aeie um ane eddrm rwd ea your rtre fer 1964 W seae at eee. nto Seme "). H Bene Wee, fnre reeie. H tv"l rrem separata la jeuit er jeint la separate returns, ecter 1966 names entl aderesset. Spouse's accvpttiee Your present employer and address Spouse's present employer and address. If joint return Your Fng Status check only one: 2a Single lb Married Tiling joint return (even H only on had income) le Married filing separately. W tpousa it also filing return, enter her (his) social security number in space provided tbove and give first name here Id Unmarried Head of Household 1 Surviving widow(er) with dependent child Blind Your Exemptions Regular 65 or over 2a Yourself . . . 2b Spouse . . . 3a First names of your dependent children who ffved with you D Jch Enter number boxes checked P Enter number p 3b Number of other dependents (from page 2, Part I, line 3) 4 Total exemptions claimed ......... Income Ifktintre- turn include. f all income of both husband and wife S Wages, salaries, tips, etc. If not shown on attached Forms W-2 attach explanation 5 j 6 Other income (from pege 2, Part II, line 8) 7 Total (add lines 5 and 6) Adjustments to income (from page 2, Part 111, line 5) 9 Total income (subtract line 8 from line 7) Find tax o front table n OR c o u Figure tax m using tax rata S schedules e E ' -Your pTax, Credits, and i Pay- ments 10 It you do not itemize deductions and line 9 is less than S5.000, find your tax from . tables in instructions. Do not use lines 11a b, c, or d. Enter tax on line 12. fv 11a 11 If you itemize deductions, enter total from page 2, Part IV, line 17 If you do not itemize deductions, and line 9 is $5,000 or more enter the larger of: (1) 10 percent of line 9; OR (Z) $200 ($iuu it marnea ana imng separate return; plus $100 for each exemption claimed Deduction under (1) or (2) limited to SLfiifff Vu 1 - tVV!'ling separately). J lib Subtract line lla from line 9 f5v . .AW 11b lie Multiply total number of exe lid Subtract line 11c from lir amount by using tax rat ax on this line 12. 12 Tax (from either Ta . Ce 05r5 13 Total credits (from ... 0j5Tr. i - - n ta ' m lie lid 147a Income tax (subtraj 14-b Tax from recompu 15 Self-employment 16 TotaT 17 Tota 18 19 Sx withhe(bvow' FToge 5 cf instr.) ghwaj Federal gamine tax Form 4136. Reg. Inv. Form-2439 17J fatal Estimated tax paymtS (include 19S6 ovsrpsyment sltowsd as a credit) (add lines 17, 18, 9, and 20) 12 13 14a 14b 15 16 21 Balance Due or Refund ' payments (line 21) are lesthan tax (line 16), enter Balance Due Pay in full with this return 122 If payments (line 21) are rygerthanta Amount of line 23 you wishcredia to 1968 Estimate er Overpayment Subtract line 24 from 23. Applto: ytl.S. Savings Bonds, jfrfh mess refunded or Refund only i 25 23 24 S Under penalt true, correct, i I Sign y E here Mriury, I declare that I have enamined bomplste. If prepared by a person other than I sifnttur - return, including ffyini schedules and ststements, and to the best ot my knowledge and belief it is i is based on all information of which he hes any knowledge. Date puse'ssiiKiturs (If filing jointly, BOfH must sign even ifVnry enehsd Tncome) Signatvrs of preparer ether then taxpayer Dale Address as is tsjjs-1 Some of the easiest saving you'll ever do! Just make one checkmark on your Federal income tax return, and you can be certain your refund if you have one coming will go into savings. Here's how it works: You check the box on Line 25 that brings your tax refund to you in the form of a United States Savings Bond. Then, when you get it, just tuck the Bond away. As easily as that you've saved money that otherwise could trickle away. As easily as that you've put something aside to be part of a down payment on a home, or added something to your children's educational fund, or provided a bit of extra security when an emergency comes along. Another thing, when you choose to take your tax refund in a Savings Bond, your money grows. Bonds pay you back $4 for every $3 invested in only sevea years. - It's nice to know,' too, that every Bond dollar helps to keep our country strong, and shows our men in Vietnam that they have our support. So think it over when you ask for your tax refund. Taking it in Savings Bonds is some of the easiest saving you'll ever do and the most important for your country. Bond facts: Savings Bonds pay you back $4 for every $3 in only seven years ... are replaced if lost, destroyed or stolen . . . have special tax advantages ... can be .redeemed whenever the need arises. Tht VS. 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