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Sports Briefs INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) —Australian Bruce Crampton won the "500" Festival Open golf tournament at Greentree Country Club Sunday with a 72-hole total of 279. Jack Cupit and Lionel Hebert tied for second at 280. ' SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)—The San Francisco Giants traded Harvey Kuenn, Bob Hendley and Ed Bailey to the Chicago Cubs for Dick Bertell and Len Gobriel- son Sunday. PHILADELPHIA (UPI)—Veteran pitcher Lew Burdette was purchased by the Philadelphia Phils from the Chicago Cubs Sunday. Burdette, 38, was 0-2 with a 5.20 ERA for the Cubs. The Cubs also asked waivers on Ryne Duren for the purpose of giving him his release. EPSOM, England (UPI)—Sea Bird II, a sharp French challenger with an American sire, remained a 5-2 favorite today to win Wednesday's 186th running of the $215,768 Derby Stakes, Britain's premier racing classic. CHUTE FAILS JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (UPI)—The only woman contestant in the South African parachute jumping championships plunged to her death Monday when her chute failed to open. The victim, Rosalind Vander Reit, 24, leaped from a plane flying at an altitude of 5,000 feet. High School Nine Splits With Waldron In opening its season here Saturday, the Greensburg High School summer baseball team split a doubleheader with Waldron, dropping the first tilt 8-6 but winning, the second by 9-1 behind the one-hit pitching of Alan Goddard. A-Smasher (Continued from Page One! from his 73-member advisory committee. Dillon said it is possible under existing statutes to acquire the land needed and lease it to the federal government for a nominal sum such as f 1' per year. But some discussions of the project also have touched on the psychological importance of demonstrating Indiana's desire to acquire the facility by The hard-fought opener saw calling a special session. 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Two run by Waldron in the fifth frame giving them a 6-5 lead, were als unearned because of a miscue i the outfield. The winners scored once in th first and three times in th third off starting pitcher Bill Es py, before he was relieved b Richard Bockover who went th rest of the way and was charge with the loss, although it wa not his fault. Greensburg counted two run each in the first and third round and one apiece in the fourth an sixth frames. The locals outhit Waldron 1 to 8 with Bockover getting threi bingles and Steve McCammon two. Holmes was the winning hurler for Waldron. In the second contest Goddarc struck out no less than 16 while walking seven, in posting the one-hit one-run triumph. After plating single markers hi the first and third stanzas, the los'ts broke the game open with ;hree tallies in the fourth am" added four insurance runs in tin sixth. Pacing the eight-hit attack with two safeties apiece were Larry McCamment. Bob DeLaj and Goddard. Three pitchers saw duty for Waldron. The Greensburg team nex" plays the Batesville junior American Legion team at 5 p m. Wednesday on the Shriver Field diamond. Players are to report to the local gym at p. m. 16 Foursomes In Holiday Tourney Sixteen foursomes participated in the annual Memorial Da; A-B-C-D point system tourna ment Sunday at the Greensburg Country Club, which was fol lowed by a buffet dinner in the clubhouse in the evening at tended by approximately 80 per sons. Tying for first place with 147 points were foursomes composec of Harry Ritter, Robert Acher Jr., Mark Heberling and John Laudick and one consisting ol Jack Pope, Irene Gannon, Dr W. A. Meyer and Lloyd Kanouse Taking third with 145 points was the foursome of Willard Patterson, Marion Vail, Dick James and Donn Barker. Two more foursomes tied for fourth with 136 points. One was made up of John Schilling, John Ben Jones, Bob Fivecoats anc Charles Farthing and the other of Jess Gannon, Jack Boyer, Betty Hamilton and Shirley Cuskaden. The blind bogey competition on No. 9 hole was won by Shirley Wells and tying for high score on No. 1 were Ruth Stone, Harold Carney and Vivian Kanouse. The door prize went to Shirley Cuskaden. Ground Dropouts SACREMENTO, Calif. (UPI) — The California Assembly Education Committee has passed a bill which would revoke the driver's licenses of high school dropouts, except in cases of hardship. TINY ... BUT TREMENDOUS Fn flavor are these wonderfully delicious chocolate covered crisps, creams, nuts, fruits, and caramels. Also 3 Kinds of Assorted Boxed Candy: Home Assorts., Milk Choc. Assorts., and Others! TASTE THE DIFFERENCE OF FRESHNESS, Beeson's Rexall Drug Store East Side Square Phone 662-5811 Money Is Factor Another factor is money. If Indiana were selected for the site, the question would be how much money the state would have to spend and how soon. Branigin said he was counting on the advisory committee also for an objective decision on which of several sites proposed appears most nearly to meet the AEC criteria. "I don't want to eviscerate my own people" by setting off an intrastate fight, Branigin said. He pointed out that the technical committee said a site on Eagle Creek northwest of Indianapoles meets practically all of the criteria with the possible exception of humidity. But he said that Terre Haute, New Albany and Mishawaka- South Bend also are bidding for the site. "Earthquake - free, jet, air travel, academic atmosphere, water, good highways, these we have," Branigin said. "There are very few who have more than we have." The Eagle Creek site has the "urther advantage that Purdue University owns a considerable portion ihough of the some land needed al- additional land would need to be acquired. To Make Reports Purdue University President Frederick L. Hovde and Indiana Jniversity President Elvis J. Stahr are co-chairmen of Bran- .gin's advisory committee and joth are expected to make reports at today's meeting along with Dillon and Indiana Department of Administration chairman John Hatchett. The committee also includes ;aders of the Indiana G Assembly who would be in a position to implement almost immediately a call for a special session if Branigin indicates one is necessary. The deadline for presentation of the AEC proposed sites is June 15. One of Branigin's administrative assistants said he doubted that arrangements for a special session could be com pleted for the lawmakers to meet yet this week and the next week. Branigin also summoned leaders of the legislature for a con- erence Wednesday morning. Aides said it was possible the ;overnor would wait until then o announce publicly his deci- :ion on a special session. State Rep. James S. Hunter, D-East Chicago, majority caucus chairman in the House, said ie has been discussing a special session with as many lawmakers as he could reach since he matter came up. "I believe that if there is a pecial session, it will be held o one day, using suspension of ules, and that all of the gdver- or's vetoes will be upheld, in- luding the one on abolishing apital punishment," he said. Hunter said if any subject other nan the atomic facility were irought up, the session would ;et out of control on length. But Rep. Robert Bridwell, D- ndianapolis, chairman of the flarion County legislative dele- ation, said he believes one or other subjects could be rought up although he con- eded it might be three days ustead of one. Bridwell told a news cbnfer- nce the Marion County delega- on will support the governor in the event it is necessary to all a special session." Bridwell said he would vote 1 override the veto on repeal capital punishment and beeves it is possible the veto ould be overriden. Legion Nine Sweeps Pair In Openers The Greensburg junior Amer can Legion baseball nine sue eessfully launched its summe season here Sunday afternoon b sweeping a doubleheader iron the Westport Legion outfit, and 9-0. Four-hitters by George Lan ning in, the first game anc Charles 'Elliott in the second plus a devastating attack, mgn lighted the double victory. Lanning struck out 14 am walked only one in the opener which saw Greensburg jump of to a 3-0 lead in the first innin; and add two in the third, five ir the fourth and one in the fifth Westport's lone tally came in tn second round. The winners collected 15 hit off Jon Hancher, who went the distance on the mound for the losers. Phil Ogden smashed a long three-run homer and Steve McCammon and Bill Ewin cracked three safeties apiec< while John Ruble and Georgi DeLay got two each. Steve Baugl and Rob Billieu got two hit apiece for the visitors. In hurling the second-game shutout, Elliott fanned seven and passed three while spacing four hits. The hosts tallied three runs in the initial inning of this game too, and added two each in the second and fourth frames am single counters in the third and fifth stanzas. Three pitchers worked for Westport — Jim Cruser, Rob Billieu and Gary Wilson—and gave up 13 hits, including two apiece by McCammon, Ruble, P Ogden and Bob Melcher. Baugh had two of the losers' safeties. The Tree City bunch, coached by Jerry Gegenheimer, will prac tice at 5:30 p. m. Friday on the North Park diamond in prepara tion for a single game with St Leon Saturday and a double header with North Vernon Sun day, all here at the Shriver Field diamond. Meyer Breaks Record At Louisville Track Rick Meyer, local three-quarter midget race driver, broke the Louisville Fairgrounds Speedway track record in qualifications Sunday afternoon anc took runnerup honors in the 100 lap feature • despite tire trouble After leading the feature several laps, he was forced to stop anc change a tire but still came back to finish second to Mike Quirk o; Muncie. Driving a car owned by Bob Lowe of Miami, Fla., Meyer also won the trophy dash and his heat race. There were 45 cars in the Louisville event. Rollin Harpring, who took third in a heat race, also led the feature several laps before being forced out by mechanical trouble He still took eighth place. Dick Dwenger, competing only in a heat race, captured second place. Hold Suspects In Pickpocketing Ring INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)—Seven men and two women from Bogota, Colombia, were held in $10,000 bonds today on larceny charges and police said they are suspected of being members of a pickpocketing ring operating here during the Indianapolis 500-mile race festivities. The nine were arrested Saturday and police confiscated almost $8.000 in cash and blank traveler checks. The two A'omen were arrested after a woman shopper reported they stole her purse in a department store. Several reports of pickpockets were reported in downtown Indianapolis! 'Police confiscated rom one of the men a billfold with identification papers of a man who previously reported it stolen. The suspects indicated to po- I !i?e they do not speak English. Real Estate For Sale To Settle Estate The undersigned executrix of the estate of the late Anna Strueving is offering for sale the following described real estate located at 323 South Franklin Street, Greensburg, Indiana. Property consists'of nice, modern four room house with utility room, basement and garage. This is an extra clean home, conveniently located to the business district and churches. To place a bid or to make inquiry, contact the attorneys or the executrix. MARJORIE EINEMAN EXECUTRIX Phone 663-4655 Humbert and Fitch, Attorneys. Phone 662-6361. Cwntturg (lid.) Daily New*, Tueifcy, Jan* 1,1965 PACE 3 , §4, Swaps Habit s Clothes By LEONARD ADAMS 'ST. LOUIS, Mo. (UPI)-Sister Francetta Barberis began, a new job- today in brand new attire. After 47 years as a nun, Sister Francetta hung her habit in the closet and donned layman's garb to begin her new job as a coordinator in President Johnson's Job. Corps. Sister Francetta, 64, was president of Webster College >. in Webster Groves, Mo., for seven years until she took her new job. Now, instead of living in a convent, she will live in. a Washington, D.C., apartment, and travel around the country helping to set up Job Corps centers where young women 16 to 21 can be trained to become skilled workers, housewives and responsible citizens.' Sister Francetta is still very much a nun. She took her new job only with special permission from the head of her order, Sister Mary Luke Tobin, superior general of the Sisters of Loretto. "I didn't intend for this to happen," Sister Francetta said. "I wasn't aware that it Parade at Mitchell— Grissom Says It's Good to Be Home MITCHELL, Ind. (UPI)—Maj. Virgil I. (Gus) Grissom returned to his hometown here Sunday and told a crowd of nearly 30,000 persons, "it's good ;o be home where the people along the parade route are old friends and familiar faces." Grissom and his wife and two sons, plus his parents and his wife's parents, were guests of lonor Sunday for the celebration to honor the first American to command a two-man space ship and the first human to fly through outer space twice. Viet (Continued from Page One) ter fighting near Quang Ngai may run as high as 700 killed and wounded, believed to be :he highest yet for any single Battle in the war. Two U.S. military advisers were among the Quang Ngai dead and a U.S. military spokesman in Saigon reported today :hat two other Americans were tilled in scattered ground ac:ions against the Viet Cong Sunday and Monday and nine Americans were wounded. In the air'war against North Viet Nam today, Communist anti-aircraft gunners shot down a U.S. Navy plane but the pilot was rescued. The Navy plane, an Crusader jet, was downed during a raid on the railroad :reight yard at Vinh, a coastal city about 160 miles south of Hanoi. The pilot ejected from the crippled jet and parachuted into the South China Sea. He was picked up 10 minutes later in ood condition by an Air Force amphibious plane. In another raid, two U. S. Vavy Skyraiders inflicted "moderate damage" on three rail- •oad boxcars near Quang hong, then blasted craters in highway 15 just north of Vinh. The Communist force which attacked Quang Ngai withdrew nto the hills overlooking the city in the face of heavy bombardment by U.S. Air Force planes flying aroundrthe-clock ground support sorties during he battle. American air power in lie area was strengthened to- lay when a U. S. Marine air- trip at Chu Lai was declared iperational. The base is just lorth of Quang Ngai. It was the first time the astronaut has returned to his hometown since completing the orbital flight in the two-man Gemini space capsule "Molly Brown." The townspeople represented by 'Mitchell Mayor James A. Fortner presented Grissom with a plaque and 9th District Rep. Lee Hamilton gave Gus, as he is known in the community of 4,000, the flag which flew over the Capital in Washington the day of the historic journey. "Betty and I and the boys have been in quite a few • parades the last couple of months, and they have all been wonderful," Grissom said. "But it's good to be home where the people along the parade route are old friends and familiar faces. We thank you very much for this tribute and my partner, John Young, sends his regards." The astronaut also told Hamilton the flag would be too large to 'fly over his Texas home, so he presented it to Mitchell High School, to fly over the building where he attended classes. Grissom's sons, Scott, 15, and Mark/11, took advantage'"of the trip to play with cousins and neighborhood youngsters a t their grandparents' home. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Grissom and the astronaut's wife's parents all are Mitchell natives. The family flew to Indianapolis after the celebration in a plane borrowed from race driver Jim Rathmann, where he participated in "500 Festival" activities prior to the 500- mile race. Pool Op en The Allen Memorial Swimming Pool was officially opened for the 1965 season at 1 p. m. Sunday. Eighty- four persons went swimming on opening day. With warmer temperatures Monday, there were 219 checked in at the pool, which opens daily at 1 p. m. and remains open until 9 p. m., weather permitting. George Granholt, pool manager, said today there will be swim team practice at the pool from ft to 10 p. m. Mondays through Fridays. Season tickets are now on sale at the pool office. NOW READY FOR YOUR ENJOYMENT MIW and BEAUTIFUL COTTAGE 8ITIS on X's Indiana's finest private Resort Subdivision NEAR GREENSBURG, INDIANA " 250 ACRE LAKE—2 MILES LONG FEATURES INCIUOE: 750 Foot Beach Cental Water Supply Electricity and Telephones WatersWtng fishing • Boating Recreation Areas On»T1ie-Site financing Insured Title Available WATIRFRONT LOTS FOR SAL! • v OPEN 7 DAYS A WIEK-10 A. M. 'TIL DARK 4 StiBSIDIARY-6ir AMERICAN REALTY,SERVICE CORPORATtOH MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE AND SPRINGFIELD. MASSACHUSETTS would. But now I'm glad it did. Some good may come of it." •Sister Francetta has made a lifelong career in the education of young women. With her 65th birthday, approaching, she announced in March she would resign as president of Webster. At the same time she revealed her new job. "Mine is a service order which makes it especially appropriate to engage in a new type of service in the antipoverty program," she said. "I want to keep at it as long as I feel fit for the work." Job Corps officials, however, asked Sister Francetta to change to street clothes for the new job. "Having .to change my garb was a natural outcome of the work I am going to do. The kind of clothes a persons wears doesn't mean a whole lot," she said. "It makes no difference whether a person wears the religious habit or the clothes of a layman. A person makes it as a human being." Need a new hat For the new season . . We have them . .'. $£95 T, $1195 HUBER'S PAINT SALE 'BUY FOUR GALLONS OR QUARTS OF MOORGARD GET ONE EXTRA CAN... ' ,<:" % ''• Mods Hondas in MOORGARD' LATEX HOUSE PAINT . us "Magic Film" lasts for extra years ... doesn'tfade or check. . Dries "bug-free" in minutes. . Clean-up of tools is easy... frst use soap and water. Wonderful choice of colors. m Benjamin ffi^ MOOTC paints u . JMPERVO nigh Gloss Enamel I?' fines . t "name; anywhere - maoors Of J £^"f"» «» a mirror smooth fmish every time. 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