Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on May 21, 1965 · Page 5
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Personals Mrs. Izetta Clemens of West Sheridan has gone to Nashvffle ; -Tennessee, for eye surgery. Donovan Kuhn, R. R. i, Milroy, has entered Major Hospital at Shelbyvill efor surgery. Miss Anita Rogers of Milroy is a patient at Rush Memorial Hospital, Rushville. ' Airman James Dale will leave Thursday, May 27, for duty in Viet Nam. Mrs. Dale will remain ' for a visit with his parents. Miss Sharann Klene and Miss Lucille Schoettmer of near Millhousen have gone to Niles, 111. to take employment for the summer.. Gretchen Hancher, 15-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hancher, has been admitted to Bartholomew County Hospital at Columbus. Her room number is 234. Airman and Mrs. James Dale will be guest of honor at an open house Sunday afternoon at the home of Airman Dale's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Dale of R. R. 3, Greensburg. Added Bus Schedule Is to Start Sunday Southeastern Trailways will inaugurate added schedules for Greensburg patrons beginning Sunday, May 23, it has been announced by J. L. MacDonald, superintendent of transportation for the bus lirte. The added service will consist of a route from Detroit, Mich., to Birmingham, Ala. The run will be made three times north and three times south each day, Awards Are Presented At Jackson Diplomas, medals and certificates were presented to students Tuesday afternoon at the annual awards day program at the Jackson school, it was announced today by V. E. Whitaker, principal. Those receiving diplomas upon completion of their eighth-grade courses were: Paul Bennett, Beverly Bense, Marsha Bentlage, David Bokelman, Patsy Bowling, Ronald Buchanan, Jim Busse, Bruce Dailey, David Dale, Sara Eddelman, Robert Ceiling, Nancy Goble, Michael Gommel, Annie Ferris, Lelon Harris Jr., Noble Henderson, Steve Henderson, John Houpey, Bobbie Hughes, Daniel Kirtman, Jerry Lewellen, Danny Mayes, Debra Michael, Maryann Mc- ^ealy, Mary Nugent, Darrell Ponsler, Diana Powers, Stephen Reed, Scott Rudicel and Bennett Vinson. The Westport American Legion Auxiliary certificates and medals were presented to Michael "Jommel and Debra Michael. These awards were based on the students' scholastic ability, de- jendability, cooperation and in- :erest shown. Medals were presented to the following students: Ronnie Galyen, art; Jim Petro, agriculture; 3oris Ferrill, Latin; Richard Beesley, science; and Brenda Bense, for outstanding contribution to volleyball. Perfect attendance certificates were given to the following who were not absent or tardy for the past year: Seventh grade, Karen Friedersdorf, Mark McClellen and Bonnie Tomlinson; eighth grade, Debra Michael and Scott Rudicel; ninth grade, Edna Hazelgrove, Linda Manion and PACES CreeMbon (M.) My Me»i, FrAy, M»y 21,1965 Republicans Win Initial Skirmish On Apportionment and is expected to be particularly Brenda Manlief; tenth grade, popular for those desiring to | Brenda Bense and R,ta Bokel- travel from here to Indianapolis or Louisville, Ky., MacDonald said. The schedules will utilize, for the first time in this area, the Silver Eagle bus, which is equipped with air-conditioning and restrooms, he stated. 13 Fail to Pass New Point Check A total of 68 vehicles were inspected during the traffic safety check conducted Thursday evening at New Point by the Sheriff's Department. There were 13 rejects and three of them were corrected and later passed the inspection line. Of the 12 trucks checked, two had defective stop lights, one a defective turn signal and one a defective headlight. The nine defects found among the 52 cars inspected included four stop lights, two with faulty exhausts, one headlight, one turn signal and one horn. Tonight a vehicle safety inspection will be conducted at Letts and Saturday night at Westport. DRIVERS FINED COLUMBUS, Ind.—Kenneth R. Boucher of Greensburg has been fined ?5 and costs in city court here. He was charged with muffler law violation. Joseph H. Bui- lard of Westport appeared in the court of Homer Hull, justice of the peace. He was fined $5 and costs on a speeding charge. man; eleventh grade, Judy Tomlinson. Doris Ferrill, Girls' State representative, and Richard Beesley, Boys' State delegate, were recognized as were Kathy Scudder and Jon Jewell, alternates. Hospifal ADMITTED: Mrs. Gladyi Whipple, R. R. 5, Greensburg; Mrs. Lena Mendenhall, 131 v Forsythe; John W.'Godard, 432 E. Walnut; Mrs. 'George "Robihette, Hope; Leonard Kohlman, Napoleon. DISMISSED: Alpha Huey, 138 Wilson; Mary Prewitt, R. R. 2, Westport; Mrs. Keith Wingham and son, R. R. 2, Murrieta, Calif.; Mrs. Donald Snyder and daughter, R. R. 3, Greensburg; Mrs. Russell Wilson and daughter, 116 E. North; Mrs. Mabel Fry, Millhousen; Mrs. Betty Greiwe, R. R. 1, Versailles; Susan Mitchell, R. R. 1, Versailles; infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mobley, R. R. 1, Hartsville. By HORTENSE MYERS INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — Re publicans won a preliminar skirmish in Federal Court tc day in the long political wa over reapportionment in Ind ana. Judge Cale Holder dismisse with prejudice a petition file by Indiana Atty. Gen. John Dillon which sought to block th state courts from considerin the question of reapportionmen in Indiana. The dismissal with prejudic means that Dillon cannot agai in the name of the state brin a similar action in the sam court. A deputy attorney genera Charles S. White, representin Dillon, argued' in vain that notice of dismissal" filed Thurs day by Dillon with Holder lei his court without anything t consider. "Our position is that the ac tion has been dismissed am there is nothing before tb court," White said repeatedly. Holder, however, continued t call for evidence on the petition filed May 17 which asked' th court to issue a restraining or der without notice against re apportionment actions hi anj other court other than tht three-judge federal panel which has had Indiana apportionmen under consideration since 1962 When the petition was filed the roulette method by which federal court judges are as U. S. AID BELGRADE, Yugoslavia, (UPI) — The United States has provided 305 tons of flour, milk and vegetable oil for flood relief in Serbia, the Yugoslav news agency Tanjug reported Thursday. Nuclear Ship Is to Start Regular Runs WASHINGTON (UPI) — Thi world's first nuclear merchan ship, the NS Savannah, will be gin regular commercial service this summer. But vacation cruises aboard atom-driven ships are still a long way off. The Savannah will carry freighl but no passengers on its first regular run. And officials say that no matter how well she performs it will be some years before nuclear-powered merchant ships are plying the sea lanes in any numbers. Under an agreement signec Thursday with the Maritime Administration, American Export- Isbrandtsen Lines will operate the $55 million vessel between U. S. East Coast ports and European and Mediterranean countries. American Export-Isbrendtsen still must obtain a license from the Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) for the ship's nuclear reactor. The company hopes to take over the ship by July 1. American Export operated the Savannah for the government during a recent series of demonstration voyages which took her to 43 major ports in the United States, Latin America and Europe. HOT NEWCOMER FROM HONDA HONDA New power, new styling, new performance, new engineering perfection. The Honda S-65. Low initial price; easy terms. It's ready for you today, at $ 349 DELIVERED RAMBLER TOWN 1406 N. Lincoln Phone 662-3773 Brookville Youths Are Killed in Crash HAMILTON, Ohio (UPI)—Two Indiana young men were killed and a Hoosier truck driver was injured today in a collision of two trucks on Ohio 128 near New Baltimore, Ohio. The dead were Melvin Ripperger, 19, and Wilbur Weldes- hofer, 20, R. R. 5, Brookville, Ind. They were riding in a pickup truck driven by Ripperger's brother, Sylvester, 26, which pulled out on the highway and was hit by a big truck driven by Herschel P. McKinney, 56, Muncie, Ind. McKinney was taken to Mercy Hospital in Hamilton for treatment of head injuries. Letter Returned WASHINGTON (UPI) — A 1960 letter from Jacqueline Kennedy to Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson which fell into the hands of a New York autograph dealer was back at the White House today.' Mrs. Johnson's press secretary, Elizabeth Carpenter, said the letter was returned today by registered mail. Attached to it was a note from Charles Hamilton, head of Autographs Inc., of New York. "As you requested, we are returning . the letter," the note said. The letter had been sent by Mrs. Kennedy to Mrs. Johnson during the 1960 presiden-" tial campaign. signed to petitions gave the case to Holder, a Republican. William D. Ruckelshaus, attorney for the Republican State Central Committee, maintained' Holder would be doing the State of Indiana a favor by dismissing the petition with prejudice. "Our feeling is that the present action is nothing more than a smoke screen," Ruckelshaus said. He added in many states, both federal and state actions are proceeding simultaneously on the question of state legislative re-apportionment. "It seems the federal courts would be more than happy" to have the state settle its reapportionment constitutionally, Ruckelshaus contended. He said Dillon was "violating the spirit of his request that there not be a multiplicity of actions" in seeking to dismiss the restraining order petition n such a way that* it could be filed again. "We are not particularly worried about which court hears it. We want it expedited. It is in the interest of the people that the determination of the constitutionality of the act is expedited," he said. The 1965 Legislature, controlled by Democrats enacted a new reapportionment plan which Republicans maintained would prevent them from regaining control of the legislature for many years. Dillon filed the petition at a :ime when it appeared the Indiana Supreme Court might take mmediate action on the question of the 1965 law. That court, however, last week declined to rule on a summary action brought by the Re- Dublicans. \\hite praised the Supreme Court to Holder, say- ng "the Indiana Supreme Court has very judiciously and wisely determined not to decide oh a summary basis. The/ have 'decided to deliberate." -'; Five Killed When Fire Sweeps Home MOUNTAIN IRON, 'Minn. (UPI)—Five members of a family died today when fire swept their home. The victims were Joseph Cans, 27; his wife Sharon, 29, and three of their five children, daughters Jo, 4, and Wanda, 2, and son Nick, 8 months. The two other children were staying at the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Knudson of Virginia Minn. Napoleon [ayeees Receive Convention Report , Reports on the state Jaycee convention at Evansville ' fast weekend were given at the meet- ng of the Greensburg Junior iamber of Commerce Thursday night at the Windrift Drive-in. The eight members from here who attended stated an enjoyable ime was had and a convention club was immediately formed or next year's event at Indiana- is with Dick Brown as chairman. Plans for the ^ab's annual ioat races at Lake McCoy June 3 were made. Progress reports were given by Alan Flint, gen- ral chairman of the project; ^orest Maddy, on program ad- ertising; Fredrich Endris, on >osters; and Lanny Justus, on he queen contest. Endris also gave on account f the meeting of the Wabash /alley Association for water onservation and economic de- elopment that he and Maddy ttended Wednesday night at the ''reensburg Country Club. It was announced a new of- icers' forum is to be held at Columbus June 6. The club oted to put in a bid for the legion *F family picnic to be eld here this summer. Justus utlmed arrangements that have een made for the proposed pro- Ronald Scheidler uced as a guest. was intro- kissing -hecks Located INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) _ Mar . on County authorities today earched an area near here in SL^*" 1 ? the re mainder $67,486 in checks which fell rom an armored car earlier his week. Officers recovered the bulk of le checks Thursday after earning that two young boys ad showed up at a Perry Twp chool Wednesday with $8,000 in checks.. The boys, Derrell Spaldine 7 and Richard Henry, 8, told Dep'- uty Sheriff Phillip Cress where they had found the checks A search of the area turned up an additional $53,700 in checks The checks fell from an armored car en route from Indianapolis to Franklin. They were in a plastic container which broke when it hit the ground scattering the checks. Cress said the checks, from the Farmers Trust Co. of Franklin, w.er.e_not reported missing until after the boys had madl their find. Mrs. Norma Black of Osgood was a Saturday overnight and Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Jones and family. Sunday morning they all attended open house at Jefferson Proving Grounds. Mrs. Mae Crowell was admit- to Margaret Mary Hospital at Batesville Wednesday evening. Mrs. Nell Schlegel;was admitted to Margaret Mary Hospital at at Batesville Thursday afternoon. Sunday afternoon callers of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Littell were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley McClain, Karen and Jimmy, and Mr. and Mrs. Red Littell, all of Osgood, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lee Fox, Cindy and Jackie Sue. Sunday evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. Estol Littell of Greensburg, Mr. and Mr-s. Earl Littell of Osgood, Harvey Wirth, of Batesville and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Federle of St. Nicholas. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Behlmer were guests Sunday evening of Dr. and Mrs. Bill McConnell and son of S'unman. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stevenson spent Mother's Day* with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fellerman and son of Osgood. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Engel andjamfly and Mrs. KWa Engel of Columbus. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Haunert and family of near Clarksburg were guests Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Al Thole. Betty and David Narwold were visitors Saturday evening of Cindy and* Jackie Sue Fox. The Napoleon Volunteer Fire Department was called to the home of Cecil Bultman Jr.-Thursday for a woods fire. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holzhause of Westport were guests Sunday afternoon of Mrs. Anna Abplanalp. Donna and Karen Meyer of near Greensburg were Friday overnight and Saturday guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer. Rick Meyer was a dinner guest Saturday, after which the girls accompanied their father home. Elmer Hiner spent Sunday with Frank Kohlman. Miss Margaret Miller of-Cin- cirinati, who was well known around this community, passed away Saturday evening, May 15. She was formerly the housekeeper for Arthur Beck. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Harlemert had a supper Sunday evening in honor of their son, Kenneth, a high school graduate. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Christopher of Ft. Wayne, Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Bergman, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harlemert, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Harlemert and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hardesty and family. Mrs; . Clyde Vankirk was a guest Tuesday evening of Mrs. Edna Vankirk and granddaughter, Monica. Mrs. Clyde Vankirk went to Indianapolis Friday morning and was a guest of her daughter, Martha Jane. Friday evening, they attended the mother-daughter banquet of the Order of Eastern Star. On Saturday, Clyde Vankirk joined his wife and Martha Jane and they were all overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. MUlard Harmon and family. On Sunday, they were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vankirk and family of R. R. 1, Green field. Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. John Thole, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Abplanalp and Mrs. Clara Fox went to Cincinnati to pay their respects to the late Miss Margaret Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Engel and family of Columbus and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fellerman and J. C. of Osgood spent Sunday afternoon and evening with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stevenson. Betty Narwold spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and .Mrs. Charles Brunner Jr. and family. Dick Soendlin of Indianapolis and Mrs. Myrtle Bokelman of Greensburg were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Richter. ' Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Retzner of Osgood were guests Friday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Richter. Mrs. Andy Huff and children spent Saturday with her mother, Mrs. Clara Back, of St. Peters. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Huff and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Huff of Happy Hollow. Miss Alyina. Smith of Millhousen visited Miss Rita Asche Monday. Miss Rita Asche and Mrs. Alice Duwell of Napoleon, Mrs. Dick Bredemeier of Lookout and Mrs. Maurice Volk of New Point' visited Mrs. Julian Duwell Monday .evening at the Jewish Hospital in Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Gilland of Osgood and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Meyer.were guests Monday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lit- Ml. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hiners entertained Sunday in honor of their daughter, Rita, a high school graduate. Those present included Mr. and Mrs. Delmarheld. Hiners and Mr. and Mrs. James: Hiners and John of Indianapolis^; Gilbert Hiners of.Rushville, Mr.-' and Mrs. Paul Asche and Sharon of Batesville, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Volk of "New Point, Tonj: Hiners of Pierceville, Mr. and: Mrs. Clarence Weber and Joan and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence; Gray of Napoleon and Miss|_ Sheila Gray of Greensburg. £ Martha Cullen and Mary Ferlef enhoff of Cincinnati were Thurs? ! day 'callers of Mr. and Ray Meyer. 2 Miss Judy Meyer and Herb: Hicks of Indianapolis were Sat^' urday overnight and Sunday: morning guests of Mr. and Mrs| Ray Meyer. | The Worthwhile Home Demon^ stratum Club met May 12 at thel home of Louella Hicks with Lou« ella Adams assisting. The les^ son, "Foundation Gannents.'V: was given by Nellie Reed. Pat: Hicks read the history of the; song of the month, which was* Faith of Our Mothers." Roll; call was answered by giving at safety hint. An auction was held: to raise funds for the treasury^ Letters were read -from Miss; Meta /Fellerman, who is nov£ making her home in, Winter Ha|: ven, Fla., and the former Barb-? ara Meyer, who recently flew to; Germany to be with her bus* band. A lunch of pie and coffee^ was served to 18 members and/ one guest, Mrs. Clyde Voris. "< The Junior 4-H Farmers met: at Finks Hall May 16. The meets ing was called to order by the; acting chairman, David Hardest ty. The pledge to^the flag; given by Danny 4-H pledge was ledVby Hodge. Nine members werfr ent. A demonstration was given,; by David Hardesty. The next meeting will be held June 20 ; at 7 p. m. at the home of David- Narwold. All parents are uv vited. A wiener roast will bej Look what the VOLUME USED CAR DEALER has for you- '64 CHEVROLET Biscayne wagon, full power $2495 '61 CHEVROLET Biscayne 2-Dr. White '64 CHEVROLET Impala 2-Dr. Hardtop. 6-cyl. Red •61 CADILLAC 2-Dr. Hardtop. 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