Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on May 19, 1965 · Page 8
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Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 8

Greensburg, Indiana
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Wednesday, May 19, 1965
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Gerald Deer Heart Victim Widow Is Former Katherine Douglas Gerald; F. Deer, 54, known by •numerous residents of this community, died at 4:30 p. m. Tuesday at Indianapolis. He had suffered a heart attack Sunday. • He was the husband of the former Katherine D p u g 1 a s of Greensburg, 'whom he married in June, 1941. She is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John M. Douglas. A native of Franklin, Mr. Deer was graduated in law from Indiana University. He was a Presbyterian elder at Indianapolis and had served as head of a Young Peoples' Department in his church there. Mr. Deer was an executive of Bryant Heating and Air-Conditioning Company at Indianapolis. He was an active figure in promotion of the 500-Mile Race at Indianapolis. His immediate survivors include: The widow, Mrs. Katherine Douglas Deer, a daughter, Susan Elizabeth Deer, 15, and a son, John David Deer, 13, all of Indianapolis. Funeral arrangements are being planned by Planner & Buchanan Broad .Ripple Mortuary. He and his family have resided at 6140 North Dearborn, Indianapolis; • '•<' FLEES JAIL TIPTON, Ind. (UPI)—A 20- year-old youth who escaped through a small door in a cellblock of Tipton County Jail was found Tuesday at his mother's home north of Noblesville. Roger Hefner was awaiting trial on a breaking and entering charge when he escaped. Sheriff Verle Grimme said he will file jailbreak charges. Personals Max Terry has returned home from Bartholomew County Hospital. Virgil Roberts of Waldron Has been admitted to Major Hospital at Shelbyville for surgery. Mrs. Leon Gardner underwent major surgery at Bartholomew County Hospital this morning. Her room number is 157. Mrs. Charles N. Bass and son, Buddy, have returned to Ocala, Fla. after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. McHenry. Mrs. Mattie Weisner has returned to her home in Greensburg after a few days visit with her sons, William and Robert and their families at Columbus. Mrs. Letta Jones of Westport has been admitted to Bartholomew County Hospital. She will undergo surgery Thursday morning on a broken arm she sustained in a fall some time ago. Predicts Rapid Transit System WASHINGTON (UPI) — An authority on mass transit says that at least 25 major U. S. cities will have rapid transit systems under construction or completed by 1980. Donald C. Ryle, vice president ol the Institute for Rapid Transit and general manager of the Cleveland (Ohio) rapid transit system, predicted Tuesday that tomorrow's cities will be linked by high-speed passenger train networks that will be tied in with local transit systems for quick connections. Hyde spoke in a rapid transit car on display at Washington's Union Station during an institute meeting here. Eight Scouts Registered For Philmont Eight local Explorer Scouts have registered to date for a 12- day expedition at the Philmont Scout Ranch at Cimarron, N. M. They are James Hawkins, Kevin McFall, James Manual, John Glass, Steve Boyd, Clair Verway, Richard Sheese and Duane Collins. One other boy, Tony Craig, of Madison, has registered for the "high adventure experience," starting Aug. 3. Leaders for this year's trip are Orland (Bud) Sheese, Scoutmaster of Troop 76, and Charles Glass, Scoutmaster of Troop 77. Troop 76 is sponsored by the Greensburg First Baptist Church and Troop 77 by the Greensburg Methodist Church. Philmont Scout Ranch is 137,000 acres of streams, evergreen forests and mountain ranges up to 12,400 feet. Also from the Hoosier Hills Council are two families planning to attend the volunteer training center at Philmont July 14-20. They are Mr. and Mrs. Joe Butler and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rider and family, all of Crothersville. This is a family- centered vacation-type training program with activities featuring tours, hikes, crafts, horseback riding, barbecues and parties. Attorney Named To Represent Collins Frank I. Hamilton, local attorney, was appointed Tuesday to represent Carlos Collins, 20, Greensburgf who faces a charge of second-degree burglary in Decatur Circuit Court. Collins, who was granted a request May 12 for his arraignment to be continued, is charged in connection with a breakin at Max's Market in Adams last March 16. He is in the local jail under $2,000 bond. Hospital ADMITTED: Mrs. Christine Fishel, R. R- 5, Greensburg; Mrs. Lillie Lowe.-Burney; Miss Linda Kemker, R. R. 2, Milan; Mrs. Floyd Prewitt, R. R. 2, Westport; Mrs. Nora Cuskaden, 507 N. East; Mrs. Lydia Simmonds, 110% N. Franklip; Roy Haase, IOOF Home. DISMISSED: Mary Coy, R. R. 5, Greensburg; Mrs. Kay Gates, R. R. 2, Greensburg; Janet McClure and sea, Clifford; Thomas Kitchin, Clarksburg; Mrs. Jack Baker and daughter, Indianapolis. , NEW BABY: Boy, Mr. and Joseph Jacobs, 409 W. Washington. Safety Patrol Badges Given Safety patrol certificates and badges were presented to 96 students of local schools Tuesday. This evening at 6:30 the boys and girls, who have served as street-crossing patrolmen" the, :past school year, will be guests of^a dinner at the Greensburg Community High School cafeteria. The dinner is , sponsored by the Greensburg Kiwanis Club. The presentation of certificates and badges was made Tuesday by Sgt. Ed Schwendenmann of the Indiana State Police Traffic Safety Education 'Department and Lt. James Hood of the Greerisburg Police Department. Recipients were:. Thirty- eight at the Billings Elementary School; 35 at the Rosenmund Elementary School; 17 at St. Mary's parochial school; and six at the Washington Elementary School. PACES BreeMfatl (M.) UH/Ntws, W«fctsfcy, M»y 19,1965 Plan Annual Meet Of United Fund Friday Annual meeting of the board of directors of the Decatur County United Fund, Inc., will be held Friday evening at 7:30 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Shannon, 222 North Franklin. . Included .on the business, agenda will be the election of officers and a final report on the 1964 United Fund campaign, according to Howard Maudlin, president. ; An invitation to attend' the annual meeting has been extended to the husbands and wives of United Fund officers and board members. Local Firm Supplies Shelters to Purdue A Greensburg firm has completed delivery of 20 hog shelter frames to Purdue University. The purchase was made from the Ralph Klene Pipe Company for the Throckmorton Farm Memorial, south of Lafayette. A number of hog shade frames were purchased by Purdue in 1959 and 1960 and limited sow feeder stalls were purchased by the university in 1962 for the swine area at the school. Klene recalled today that in 1962, his firm delivered 40 special hog shelters to the Clemson College Swine Experimental Farm at Clemson, S. C. The firm builds structures of pipe and has made deliveries of livestock shade frames, corn crib frames, shelter frames and feeders to farm operators over the most of Indiana and in Ohio and Illinois. Klene obtained a patent on a connecting joint used in assembling the frames in 1956 and has exhibited at the state fan- every year since 1957. Circuit Court The executor of the estate of the late Martha J. Welsh has been granted a petition for order to transfer corporate stocks. In the complaint for goods sold filed by Wayne Jaquess against Walter M. and Mildred Biddinger the defendants' motion to make the complaint more specific was overruled and the defendants were ruled to answer the complaint on or before May 25 or be defaulted. In the complaint for damages filed by Hilmar Dwenger Jr. and Lillian Dwenger against Arab Termite and Pest Control, and others, the. demurrers of Robert J. Hinder-liter and Joe Galbraith were sustained with the court ruling that neither were mentioned as defendants. The demurrer of defendant Continental Casualty Company was sustained. The plaintiff's motion to strike was sustained and the motion to strike filed by defendant Arab Termite Control Company was overruled. Defendants Arab Termite Control Company and Continental Casualty Company were given until May 22 to file answer or suffer judgment. A report of distribution filed in the estate of the late Lula E. Swope was approved and the trust "closed. A complaint on promissory note, seeking $3,200, has been filed by Fern B. McCracken against Howard M. and Evalena G. Aldridge. DIRKSEN HOSPITALIZED WASHINGTON (UPI) — Senate Republican Leader Everett M. Dirksen, HI., hospitalized Monday for a new checkup for an abdominal ailment, plans to return to work Thursday. Dirksen's office said he also would hold a joint news conference Thursday with House GOP Leader Gerald R. Ford, Mich. D^y Camp fe Set Tor St. Paul Girl Scouts A Day Camp for St. Paul Girl Scouts wfll be held next week at the YMCA camp site east of St. Paul. From 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Monday through Friday, approximately 50 girls will be participating hi such activities as hikes, nature snoops, cook-outs, nature crafts, conservation, and outdoor dramatics. The camping program will be carried out under the supervision of Mrs. James Leffler, local- volunteer who has received special Day Camp training, and her assistant, Mrs. Kenneth Baker. The St. Paul Day Camp is one of 16 to be held this season in the Tulip Trace Girl Scout Council, which is composed of 10 counties of south-central Indiana. The Day Camp for Greensburg Girl Scouts will be held June 21-25. Equipment and training for the camps have been provided by the council. Girls pay a fee of $2 to cover such expenses as food, insurance and consumable program supplies. Equipment is provided through the profits of Girl Scout cookie sales. Bird House KEANSBURG, N. J. (UPI) —Mrs. Margaret McCann doesn't mind birds of a feather flocking together, but she would rrther they didn't do it in her house. She had just settled down for a cup of coffee Tuesday when 25 pigeons flew through her livingroom window and up the stairs to the second floor. She called police and within minutes officers were in her bedroom routing the birds back outside through a window. Rites Set for ) Mrs. Moore, 62 Mrs. Dovie S. Moore, 62, Laurel, wife of William C. Moore, died at the.Robert Long Hospital, Indianapolis, at 8:50 p. m. Tuesday. She had been in failing health for the past several years. • $• The daughter of Thomas and Louisa McQueen Jones, she was born Jan. 10, 1903, in Jackson County, Ky. Most of her life had been spent in the Laurel comma? nity. ' «' Survivors include: The husband, William C. Moore; her mother, Mrs. Louisa Jones of Dublin; four sons, Willard Moore, Laurel; Walker Moore/ Troy, 0., Frank Moore, San Diei go, Calif., and Dale Moore, G% nersville; three daughters, Mrs! Forrest (Wilma) Vandivier, RT, R. 7, Greensburg, Mrs. Mflford Allen, Connersville, and Mr£ Harold Vandivier, Laurel; two brothers;"five sisters; 22 grandchildren and one great-grand;child. t Funeral services will be hel| at 10:30 la. m. Saturday at the Moster and Sons Mortuary in Laurel Burial will be in the North Cemetery. & Friends may call at the moi> turay in Laurel after 5 p. nj Friday. 4 BUNDY TO SPEAK I SOUTH BEND, Ind. (UPI) 4 McGeorge Biindy, special assistant to President Johnson, will deliver the commencement address at the University at Notre Dame June 6. 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