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June 12, 1965

Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 7

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Crmskrg (M.) Daiy News, Saturday. June 12.1965 PACES EVER HAPPEN TO YOU? ByBlak* THIS WAJ*/ OU N6K IN AN' OUT $0 OFTEM © King Feataria Syndicate, Inc., 1965. WotlJ tiglitl nxmi. The Lighter Side— Men Named Fink Plan Observance By DICK WEST WASHINGTON (UPI) — It is always nice to have something to look forward to, so I thought I should remind you that National Fink Week is coming up June 20-26. The observance is deing sponsored by the Fair Play for Finks Committee of Davison, Mich., a nonprofit organization dedicated to stamping out fink- manship where it appears. At this point, I,am pleased to turn the platform over to the committee's distinguished chairman, Herschel P. Fink, a newspaperman himself, who will explain the background and goals of the campaign. "Our purpose is to restore dignity to the honorable surname of Fink. We have long been appalled by the widespread •misuse of this fine name in the various media and by the general public. 11 Alarming Trend "We of the committee view this trend with alarm. Fink Week was established this year to remind persons who misuse the name that this is unfair and inaccurate. "Finkmanship, which is the use of the word in its non- capitalized, or small 'f,' form, grew out of a misnomer. "The term was originally 'pink,' a contraction of Pinkar- ton, and referred to strikebreakers recruited by the detective agency. "Evidently, there were a number of immigrant strikers who either could not pronounce the letter 'P' or misunderstood what was said. "Fink is meant only to be a proper noun and surname and it is never a verb. Alert Writers "One aim of the committee is to alert writers of their errors whenever the name is used incorrectly in print or on the air. The committee urges its members to writer letters of protest if injustice is observed. $508,000 LOAN WASHINGTON (UPI) — A loan of $508,000 to Taylor University in Indiana for construction of a science building was announced Friday by the Office of Education. Officials said the cost of the project will be almost $1,250,000. "There are no membership dues or cards. All that is needed to join is to be a Fink."" Well said, Mr. Chairman. I'm sure that everyone, including non-Finks, will want to do their part to make Fink Week a success. Perhaps the committee could be persuaded to designate others who participate as "Honorary Finks." The committee also might consider having members and sympathizers picket the White House during Fink Week. They could carry signs with appropriate slogans, like "Think Fink!" Or, better yet, "Buy A Fink A Drink." The Almanac (United Press International) Today is Saturday, June 12, the 163rd day of 1965 with 202 to follow. The moon is approaching its full phase. The morning star is Saturn. The evening stars are Venus and Mars. American author Frank Chapman was born on this day in 1864. On this day in history: In 1630, the first governor of the Massachusetts Bay Company, John Winthrop, entered the harbor of Salem in the ship Arbella. In 1924, President Coolidge received the presidential nomination from the Republican convention meeting in Cleveland. In 1934, President Franklin Roosevelt signed the Reciprocal Trade Agreements Act, authorizing him to negotiate trade treaties with other governments without the express permission of Congress. In 1963, a sniper killed Negro civil rights leader Medgar Evers in Jackson, Miss. A thought for the day: Author Ernest Hemingway said: "The world is a fine place and worth fighting for." DIAMOND CUTTERS Only a diamond is hard enough to cut a diamond. SUMMER SCHEDULE STORE HOURS EFFECTIVE JUNE 14 PAGE & CRITSER SOUTH SIDE SQUARE THE FASHION SHOP SOUTH SIDE SQUARE MOM., TUES., THURS. AND SAT. 9:00 A. M. TO 5 P. M. WED. 9 A. M. TO 12:00 NOON FRIDAY 9 AkM. TO 9:00 P. M. New Point New Point Christian Sunday school attendance was 158.. t Funeral services were held at Enochsburg Thursday morning for Mrs. Mary Holtkamp, 90, grandmother of Leonard, Raymond and Robert Holtkamp Mrs. Holtkamp passed away Sunday at the home of her son, Lawrence, at Rensselaer. Mrs. Kate Pike is improving at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Wavel Salone, in Reading, Ohio. Her son, Frank Hicks, of Texas visited her recently and called on his sister, Mrs. Arthur Tellas and family here. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dieselberg and Mrs. Bryan Francis spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Geis Sr. in Tennessee. David Meyer returned home from Bloomington Friday and took up work at Indianapolis Monday. Mrs. Florence Kilvert is re cuperating after eye surgery She is staying at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Helen Farmer in Edinburg. The volunteer fire department was called about 6 p. m. Friday when a shed burned at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Weber Mrs. William Gregg returned home Saturday evening after several weeks visit at Earlville and Ottawa, El. with her relatives. The Loyal Workers class meeting has been postponed until June 23. Mrs. Helen Thurston formerly of here had surgery in the Rushville hospital Friday. Mrs. Louise Miller and Mrs Jo Ann Miller entertained at a bridal shower Sunday afternoon for Doris Jean Weber. She is the bride-elect of John Wietlisdach of Batesville. The shower was held at the home of Mrs. Louise Miller. Decorations included a blue and white umbrella on the gift table. Prizes were won by Mrs. Bonnie Morton and Mrs. Mary Louise Cramer. Refreshments were served. Others present were Mrs. Louise Thackery, Mrs. Florence Meyer, Mrs. Hazel Hermesch, Mrs. Ruth Evans of Shelbyville, Martha and Elsie Evans, Mrs. George Evans, Mrs. Mary Weber, Mrs Grace Gray and Mrs. Bett^ Welch and son," Mark'David, of Hope, Mrs. Otto Wietlisdach and daughters, Mary and Louise, of Batesville. The wedding will be at 11 a. m. July 3 at the St. Louis Catholic Church in Batesville. They will take up residence in Detroit, Mich. John is employed with Admiral TV and is in electronic technician school. Omer Wanner of Austin spent the weekend with his mother here. Thursday Mrs. Wanner attended the graduation of her granddaughter, Mildred Ann Graff, at Scecina high school in Indianapolis. Sunday Mrs. Wanner and son, Omer, attended the graduation of Sharon Graff at Ball State College in Muncie. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Donovan and children, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Barber and little daughter and William Doyle, all of Greensburg, called on Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mangold and Mrs. Florence Barber and children Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Riley and little daughter and Mrs. Alpha Davidson and son, Paul, visited Elbert Davidson Sunday at Veteran's Hospital. Davidson is scheduled for surgery this week. Joe Ruble spent the weekend at his home here. Friday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ruble were Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Ruble and family of Greensburg. Mr. and Mrs. James Ruble and family of Columbus were Saturday callers. Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Cook and family and John Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ruble Jr. and family of Greensburg, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Allen and family and Mrs. Vivian Allen were afternoon callers. Thursday, Mrs. Hazel Hermesch and Mrs. Pauline Hermesch were dinner guests of Mrs. Eva Bare. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Vangilder and daughters of Adams called on Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hermesch Sunday afternoon. Her father, Herschel Hooten, is ill in Batesville hospital and John Hooten of Batesville is improved after a heart attack. Merrill Wolford and daughter, Nancy, of Lagootee were Saturday night and Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wolford Mrs. Robert Ziegler and Mrs. John Ziegler called on Mr. and Mrs. George Reynolds Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Howard Dean entered Memorial Hospital Thursday for observation and possible surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Duncan and Mr. and Mrs. "Gene Fecher and son, Bobby, of Kokomo were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wolford. They took Gregory and Arnold Duncan home, who had spent a week with Mr. and Mrs. Wolford and children. 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