Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on May 28, 1965 · Page 6
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Rights Groups Fuming— : Chicago School h " s ~ •'•% ired at By MARGERY MCELHENY CHICAGO (UPI) — Benjamin C. Willis, the nation's highest paid public school administra tor and one of the" most controversial, had a new four-year contract today. - Civil rights groups were fuming and promised a long, hot summer. Willis, 63, was granted the contract to supervise Chicago's massive public school system after a five hour meeting by Oldenburg Sewage Plant in Operation OLDENBURG 1 , Ind. — A new $123,000 sewage treatment plant has been placed in use by the town of Oldenburg. The new plant, financed through a $22,320 federal grant and a local bond issue, will augment a sewage treatment plant constructed by the town in 1940. The new plant, which will have a capacity of 144,000 gallons per day", has been approved by the Indiana State Board of Health. Sewage charges of $3.25 for the first 3,000 gallons of sewerage are less than the average cost per household in most Indiana towns. Check 28 Vehicles In Millhousen Lane Twenty-eight vehicles were checked Curing the vehicle safety check conducted, Thursday evening at Millhousen by the sheriff's department. Defects included two turn signal lights, a stop light and one faulty exhaust. One defect was corrected and later passed. A vehicle safety inspection will be held at Milford this evening from 6 to 7:30. Hearing Is Set On Draft Beer Sales INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - The Indiana Alcoholic Beverage Commission announced Thursday a hearing will Jte held June 22 on whether to adopt a regulation permitting distribution of draft beer in one-gallon throw-away containers. Westport Mr. and Mrs. Jim Moore of North Vernon, Mr. and Mrs. John Moore and daughter of Butlerville, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moore and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Pickett and family were guests Saturday of Blanche Champ and Clarence Keith. Mary Mathews has returned home after several days' visit with her daughter at Hammond. Realty Transfers Lake Santee, Inc., to John A. and Irene R. Hartnett, property at Lake Santee. Herman and Sarah Schoettmer to Albert W. and Pauline M. Schoettmer, 46 acres south of Gaynorsville. Cortez E. Patton to Harry A. Parrish, all interest in property in the J. P. Short Addition to Greensburg. For Society, caU 663-3111. the board of education Thursday night. He has held the post since 1953. The new contract continues his annual salary at $48,500 and allows Willis to retain his claim as the third ^highest public administrator in the nation. Only the President of the United States and the governor of New York are paid more. The contract also carried a provision that Willis would retire as Chicago school superintendent on his 65th birthday, Dec. 23, 1966. However, a last- minute flurry among board members, occurred when Willis read them a letter of acceptance, and said "it is not my intention to remain as superin- Krekeler Is Named Batesville Clerk BATESVILLE, Ind. — Miss Helen Rose Hammerle, who became city clerk-treasurer May 1, has resigned and will be succeeded June 1 by Stanley Krekeler, local insurance agent. Miss Hammerle, a legal sec retary, was appointed after Herbert Moenter, clerk-treasurer for about 10 years, resigned when the city council denied him a salary increase. Council recently signed a contract with the Gordon Johnson Co. of Indianapolis for the construction of an incinerator at the municipal "dump south of the city. The installation will cost $24,500, and completion is expected within two months. Planned! construction of a pole barn at the dump has been canceled. Damage, Nuisance Suit Is Venued Here A complaint for damages and to abate a nuisance filed in Franklin Circuit Court Aug. 29, 1963, by Florence Bishop against Standard Materials Corporation has been venued to Decatur Circuit Court. The plaintiff seeks $2,300 for alleged-damages-.paused j to. her property, along Indiana 229, by sand and gravel trucks owned by the defendant. The plaintiff charges the defendant's trucks were overloaded to cause the asphalt type road to break up and result in an accumulation of dust and contends chemicals such as caleium chloride from the trucks damaged vegetation on her property. GOP Names Lindsay or Candidate Mayc NEW YORK (UPD — Rep. John V. Lindsay went forth today with the official blessings of the Republican party to attempt to unseat Democratic Mayor Robert F. Wagner. More than 1,200 Republican county committeemen representing all five New York City boroughs Thursday night by acclamation nominated -Lindsay as the party's choice to oppose Wagner's bid for an unprecedented fourth term. There was no evidence that Lindsay had soured Republicans by his Wednesday declaration that he planned to run as "candidate Lindsay" without any reference to the Republican party. Lindsay has also rejected help from the GOP National Committee. FOLDING The chair you've been hearing so much about sturdy construction • tangent-spoked wheels • bright attractive persimmon and white color • 3 YEAR WRITTEN GUARANTEE we RENT or SELL £f walkers • 8f canes and crutches commodes $&\ bathtub seats and rails trays and accessories WEST SIDE SQUARE Chief ,500 tendent of schools beyond December of 1966." One school board member immediately called for a reconsideration of the 74 vote by which Willis was awarded the contract because his reference to retirement was not unequivocal. After persistent questioning by board members, Willis assured them he does not plan to serve past Jus 65th birthday and said "I think you can bank on that." Willis-wore a wide grin after the meeting, but civil rights leaders didn't. They have long maintained that Willis policies maintain segregation in the city's public school system and. said his reappointment was a "tremendous mistake." They pledged to "express our indignation in as many forms as are conceivable," and specially mentioned the possibility of another citywide school boycott similar to those employed to dramatize civil rights discontent previously. Gentry Participates In Navy Exercise Seaman Apprentice Donald P. Gentry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter D. Gentry of R. R. 1, Greensburg, participated in an international exercise called Operation Fairgame III in the central Mediterranean and on the island of Corsica May 16-25, while serving aboard the attack aircraft carrier USS Shangri-Lai. Thirty-four American and 26 French ships are participating in the exercise, along with ground troops from the two countries. United States Marines of the 2nd Battalion, 8h Marine Regiment are taking part, along with the French forces. Fairgame III is one of a series of combined French and U. S. naval exercises which have been conducted annually to provide familiarization in offensive and defensive air, amphibious, submarine and anti-submarine operations for French and U. S. forces,- .- ....... ....- -...-.. Circuit Court An inventory and appraisement of all property submitted in the estate of the late Claud Giles was examined and approved. In the estate of the late Alfred Herman Bartels, arguments heard on the executor's demurrer to paragraphs one and two of the petition for order to furnish copy of request for partial distribution were taken under advisement. The petitioners were given 10 days to submit authorities. In the transfer of claim filed by Richard P. McCreary and Polly Sue McCreary against the estate of the late Alfred Herman Bartels, arguments on demurrer to claim were taken under advisement and the claimants were given 10 days to submit authorities. In the complaint for damages filed by Eugene Merriman, by his next friend Fred Merriman, against the Greensburg Community Schools, and others, the plaintiff was granted a motion for publication of deposition of Dr. Hugh L. Williams. In the complaint for appropriation of real estate filed by the Town of St. Paul against Shel- catur, Inc., the plaintiff made proof of service of notice of action under amended complaint upon defendants Dale L. Pike, president of Shelcatur, Inc., and George R. Miller, resident agent for Shelcatur, Inc. A judgment has been rendered for the plaintiff in the complaint to quiet title filed by Joseph C. Theising, and others, against Elizabeth Theising, and others. A final report submitted in the estate of the late Albert Carl Kriegmus was approved and the trust was continued for report of distribution. A complaint on account, seeking $430.87, has been filed by Kocher & Company, Division of Charles H. Johnston's Sons Company, Inc. against Arthur Wagner, doing business as Bilt-Rite Auto Shop. Forest Hill Mr. and Mrs. Harold Power!, .and children were Sunday afternoon callers of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jolliff and Jayne Ann at Sandusky. '^V.' Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Neise and son of Greensburg, Mr. and. Mrs. McArthur Davison of Brookville and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Haley and son of Greensburg were Sunday visitors of Mr. arid Mrs. Loren Haley and family. ? Mrs. Robert Thompson and children of Letts visited Mr. and Mrs. Harold Powers and family Sunday evening. . • • . ; Mr. and Mrs. James Haley of Batesvffle spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Loren Haley and family. • Mr. and Mrs. Harold Powers attended the Sandusky alumni banquet Saturday night. Terry Haley is spending the summer with his sister, 'Mrs. Joyce Davison, at Brookville. Mr. and Mrs. Oral Mclntyre spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Robert Westerfeld and family. Clyde Stainbrook spent Saturday at the races. Brenda Mclntyre spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Boling and Langley at Greensburg. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ceiling and son, Dale, and Douglas and Bobby Hughes attended qualifications for the 500-Mile race at Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Boling and Langley of Greensburg visited Mr. and Mrs. Oral Mclntyre and Brenda Sunday evening. Robert Ceiling received word that his brother, John I. Gelling of England Air Force Base at Alexandria, La. will be going overseas. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy David Lowe and son of Columbus were Sunday callers of Mr. and Mrs. Turner Douglas and sons. Velma Fultz and Mary Gor- hanfof Indianapolis were weekend visitors of Mrs. Eva Gregory. John Johnston of Greensburg spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. James Johnston and family. Mrs. Dorothy Giddings called on Mrs. Eva Gregory Sunday, afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fromer and Roger and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hogg were in Covingtonj Ky., Sunday afternoon visiting relatives. -^ Mrs. Nora Fivecoat spent MOB- day night with her mother, Mrs! Eva Gregory. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Fromer and Jay of Bloomington and Mrs. Paula Fromer and Madolyn of Westport called on their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fromer and Roger Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Powers had as their Sunday visitors Velma Fultz of Indianapolis, Mary Gorham of Indianapolis and Mrs. Doris Perdue and family of Sar- diania. \ Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Goodin and family were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Warner and Debbie of Columbus and Leroy Merritt of Columbus. Sgt. Charles A. Powers has returned to Columbus, Ga., to serve on the Army base there after visiting relatives in the Greensburg area last week. His daughter, Diana Powers, also returned to Columbus, Ga., with him. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Goodin and family were Mrs. Annie Cross and family of Seymour and Michael Lee Brown of Columbus. Saturday evening callers of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Michael and family were Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Bicknell and Virginia of Walesboro. DRIVER FINED COLUMBUS, Ind. — Charged with speeding, Linda Petty of R. R. 5, Greensburg, has been lined $5 and costs in a hearing in the Columbus Township jus- ice of the peace court. OK Rail Signs INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — The Indiana Public Service Commission today authorized New York Central Railroad to use a new type of re- flectorized highway railroad crossing sign throughout the state. The PSC said the new signs "would be in the interest of public safety and public convenience and necessity," and that the order is optional and not mandatory. See McCoy & Douglas For Full-Driving Power SUMMER GET-READY SERVICE BUICK • OLDS • PONTIAC PHONE 663-6621 24 Drivers jtre fined In JP Court Twenty-four motorists have been fined and 15 others cited in Justice of Peace Court here. ;.; Assessed, fines of $5 and costs on the following counts were: Rose M. Klene, 36, R. R. 8, improper passing May 14; Forrest E. McNicholas, 22, Shelbyvffle, driving without an operator's license May 11; Danny Joseph Barker, 18, R. R. 5, disregarding a .traffic light May 23; and Charles M. Ferguson, 43, Adams, improper passing May 21. Fined $1 and costs on the following counts were: Darrell L. Johnson, 23, Indianapolis, speeding May 9; Gordon B. Axline, 55, Indianapolis, speeding May 9; Richard G. Metz, 46, Cincinnati, speeding May 9; Richard M. Johnson, 40, R. R. 2, Brookvffle, speeding May 5; Thomas E. Back, 40, Batesville, speeding May 9; Wayne L. Howery, 25, Chicago, speeding April 18; Mitchell Samuel Little, 54, R^R. 2, Holton, driving on expired operator's license May 18; Roland C. Graf, 54, Cincinnati, speeding May 16; Christopher Thrasher, 18, Indianapolis, speeding May 16; Lee Russell Jackson, 18, Cincinnati, speeding May 8; Arnold F. Waters, 22, Millhpusen, driving improperly registered vehicle May 11; Keith D. Brown, 45, R. R. 5, permitting an unlicensed driver to operate a motor scooter May 22; Paul D. Roycej 20, New Castle, speeding May 22; Robert Thurman Mosby, 40, Cincinnati, speeding May 22; Norman Eugene Hundley, 40, Kokomo, speeding May 16; Alice M. Bramlage, 41, Cincinnati, speeding May, 18; Floyd Charles Kress, 55, Greensburg, driving on expired operator's license May 19; Larry B. Fox, 50, R. R. 6, Shelbyvffle, driving on expired operator's license May 19; William P. Lukins Jr., 37, Indianapolis, speeding May 23; and Walter D. Barker, 49, R. R. 1, St. Paul, speeding May 21. Cited to Appear To appear for arraignment on the following counts are: Jerry W. Hitch, 17, Greensburg, May 29, driving to the left of center of highway May 25; Donnie Sebastian, 20, R. R. 8, May 28, reckless driving May 25; Ernest W. Johnston, 16, R. R. 2, June 5, failure to stop for a stop sign 'May-20;--Donald E.--Gilham, 18, R. R. 2, Westport, June 5, speeding May 22; Robert Douglas Wilson, 50, R. R. 3, Cedar Rapids, la., May 29, speeding May 24; Harold E. Wilson, 18, R. R. 1, Greensburg, May 29, speeding May 21; Kenneth A. Rudolph, 81, R. R. 8, Greensburg, May 28, driving without an operator's license May 21; Widmar E. Schmale, 30, Indianapolis, May 29, speeding May 21; James Walker Williams, 29, Lebanon, O., May 28, speeding May 24; Jeffrey Ray Ach, 18, Cincinnati, May 29, speeding May 23; Alice Kathryn Ellies, 8, Indianapolis; June 5, improper passing May 22; James Ernest Crawford, 24, Greenfield, May 29, operating an improperly registered vehicle May 22; Jay W. McCoUey, 20, R. R. 1, Waldron, May 29, speeding May 22; Harold Wayne Jones, 22, Rushvflle, May 29, speeding May 22; and Mildred Irene Bohnke, 24, Hammond, June 1, speeding May 18. MEDICAL AGREEMENT ALGIERS, Algeria (UPI) — Algeria and Cuba signed a medical agreement here Thursday under which Cuba will send 50 doctors and nurses to Algeria. A team of 63 S'oviet doctors is scheduled to arrive here today unday a similar agreement with Russia. Now You Know "The term "Macb," used to describe supersonic speed, is derived from Ernst Macb, a Czech-born German physicist who contributed to the study of sound, according to the. World Almanac. fciu.Uii (M.) Mr Mnr», f|Hsy. M* 28,1965 PACES Promised "Hot Grits"- es On Freedom es By United Press International A band of 150 Negroes, with the promise of "hot grits" at the end of the road, planned to head out today on a freedom march through Mississippi's rural Rankin County. In Georgia, a group similar in size planned a shorter march — to the bus stop at tiny Crawfordville — to test public accommodations in a showdown that has already caused the alleged civil beating of a white rights worker, tense confrontations and the arrival of a bevy of Federal Bureau of Investigation agents. The Mississippi march, down a lonesome highway from the rural community of Fannin, was to protest voter discrimination and in support of the predominantly Negro Freedom Party in its efforts to unseat Mississippi congressmen they allege were illegally, elected because of discrimination'. Negroes gathered around a pickup truck near a burned church Thursday night in Brandon, Miss., to hear plans'for the march. "Hot grits will be served Sat- Hint New Nuclear Arms to Replace Davy Crockett Gun By CHARLES W. CORDDRY WASHINGTON (UPI) — The United States is developing more accurate tactical nuclear weapons for the use of frontline troops in Europe, presumably to replace the Davy Crockett atomic gun at some future date. But, said the Defense Department in a statement Thursday night, "no decision has been made to withdraw the Davy Crockett from its current deployment in Europe," where it is assigned to five U.S. divisions. The Davy Crockett, variously called a bazooka or a mortar, is small enough to be handled by two or three men and may be jeep-mounted'. It is a long, tubular weapon with a solid fuel missile which throws a bulbous atomic warhead. Its explosive force is equal only to a few tons of TNT whereas most nuclear weapons are compared with thousands or millions of tons cf TNT. Small by atomic standards, it is designed to break up enemy OK Warnings On Cigarette Packs WASHINGTON (UPI) — The House Commerce Committee has approved legislation requiring health-hazard warnings on cigarette packages, but exempted the warnings from advertising. The bill, similar to one already approved by the Senate Commerce Committee, would require that packages carry labels reading: "Caution. Cigarette smoking may be hazardous to your health." Although the House and Senate committees have approved the bill it has not yet been scheduled for a vote by the full House or Senate. The legislation was introduced after the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced it would require health hazard warnings on both cigarette packages and advertising. Make a Choice WASHINGTON (UPI) — Rep. Raymond F. Clevenger, D-Mich. Thursday fired off the following telegram to John Bailey, Democratic national committee chairman: "The Michigan Republican state chairman has held a meeting in Munising, Mich., in which it was alleged that you are furnishing me with free air travel tickets for my many trips back to the llth District of Michigan. "Please deny story or send the tickets." GET $25 TO $1,000 For Current Expenses and Post Due Bills SEE HOMETOWN FINANCE FOR NEEDED CASH One day, confidential service. Payments arranged to fit your budget. STOP IN OR JUST PHONE 662-7891 REX PRATT, MANAGER Taylor Bldg. 208 East Main St. assaults and support counterattacks. The weapon is not considered an efficient one and, in some quarters, it is said to require unwarranted numbers of men for handling separately stored launchers and atomic shells. The Defense Department said Thursday night that it had conducted studies of the Davy Crockett's effectiveness in relation to its cost. "As weapons which can do the same job more accurately 'and effectively for less money are developed, they will be assigned to troops in Europe," the Pentagon said. United Press International reported on Feb. 15, 1963 that the Pentagon was "taking a new look at the need for the Davy Crockett" and might cut back the numbers planned for army forces in Europe. Although Thursday night's statement did not say so, the better weapons being developed presumably will replace rather than supplement Davy Crockett ifl- Europe 1 ." -B«" •apparently' It still will be a considerable time before that happens. Fort Wayne Market Robbed of $4,000 FORT WAYNE, Ind. (UPI) — Four men, all believed armed, robbed a supermarket of an estimated $3,000-$4,000 here Thursday night. Charles Garrett, acting assistant manager of the store, said the four men entered through a rear door while he and five other employes were stocking shelves and counting the day's receipts after the store closed. He said the bandits took the money from four cash drawers and the open safe and then left by the back door, apparently fleeing on foot. urday morning," said a -Congress of racial equality leader. "Coffee will be served after the march." The Justice Department filed . a voter discrimination suit last month, alleging that more than 12,000 of the 13,264 whites of. voting age are .registered in Rankin County while only 94 of 6,944 Negroes were registered. At Crawfordville, civil rights workers hoped to integrate the Liberty Cafe. The move to the cafe was to coincide with the arrival of a bus because the cafe will have to open to serve passengers. Negroes found the cafe closed when they called in a mass visit Thursday. Elsewhere: Tuscaloosa, Ala.: Vivian Malone, who helped integrate the University of Alabama two years ago when she walked past Gov. George .Wallace's "stand in the schoolhouse d_oor," to topple the last bastion -of school segregation in the South, is to be graduated. Sunday. Bogalusa, La.: Segregationists said Thursday they had enough signatures to demand a recall election in an attempt to oust from office Mayor Jesse Cutrer, who has called for repeal of all segregation ordinances Gov.' John McKeithen said, however, he did not believe Bogalusa-voters would reject Cutrer. FABRICS? PATTERNS? COLORS? WHEN- rp co: TO MEN'S WEAR, WE HAVE JUST ABOUT ANYTHING YOU COULD WANT OR NEED. PAY US A VISIT SOON—LOOK OVER OUR LARGE SELECTIONS. BE READY FOR THE NEW SEASON. HUBER'S ft PENNY SAVED is a good idea. But it takes more than pennies fo pro- pare for your future needs—like an education for the children or worry-free retirement for you and your wife. Your State Farm agent can show you how to save for the future and protect your family at the ( same time. He'll help you choose from a I whole new line of up-to-date State Farm Life policies. One is sure to be just right for your | savings goals. See your friend for life today. PMU YOUR LOCAL AGENTS Tom J. . 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