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Husband in Jail— Continue Probe Of ' Highway Shooting VINCENNES, Ind. (UPI)— Winston McLemore, 41, Chicago remained in the Knox Count Jail >here today in connection with 'the shooting death Sunday of his bride of six months. McLemore Monday refused t take:a lie detector test hi con nectipn with the slaying at a roadside park along U.S. 4 about five miles north of here Police/said a paraffin skin tes run oh the victim's husbanc Sunday night turned out posi tive. "It doesn't necessarily mean he fired a gun recently though," a state police techni cian said. "He could have picked up nitrate on his fingers and hand from another source. The lie test was originally scheduled for Monday in Indian apolis, but police said McLe more later changed his mine and refused to submit to it. Knox County Deputy Sheriff Larry Waters said Monday McLemore was being held in "protective custody as a materia: witness" in the case and hac not been arrested or charged. Police said McLemore told them his wife, Marilyn, 26, was shot early Sunday when he stopped in a roadside park along U.S. 41 when he became tired while driving to Kentucky to visit relatives. McLemore said an arm reached through the car's window and shot the woman. Struck on Head Authorities said McLemore told them he grabbed at the assailant's arm and was struck on the head with the gun butt, losing consciousness. When he woke up, McLemore said, he drove to a Vincennes service station where police and an ambulance were called. The man's son, Christopher, 2, was asleep in the back seat during the incident and was not harmed. Two youths arrested at a Carr Shows Slides Of World Trip Presenting his own program at Monday night's meeting of the Greensburg Lions Club, Herrod Carr, local attorney, showed color slides he had taken on a li-ip around the world last year. With Carr doing the narration and Robert Innis, operating the projector, scenes were shown from India, Japan, Formosa, Hong Kong, Turkey, Greece, Egypt, Thailand, Cambodia and Denmark. He commented that Copenhagen, Denmark was one of the more beautiful cities he visited. New Delhi, in India, was overrun with beggars, he said, and the sacred cows, which are accorded special privileges and held in high esteem, were much in evidence. Singapore, in the British Crown Colony of Hong Kong, which is the property of Red China and merely leased to Great Britain, is badly overcrowded with thousands of refugees, he stated. David Begley was introduced as a guest. The door award was won by Robert Schoettmer. state police roadblock for ques tioning in the case were re leased Monday, though one o them was rearrested for no appearing in court on a traffic violation. Authorities identified the two as Harold Dean Fraze, 19, Chi cago, and Billy E. Casey, 22 Bremen, Ky. Casey was re arrested. State police reported Monday two fishermen found McLe more's billfold and returned i to them. They said it contained the man's pilot license and several identification cards. Authorities said, however when McLemore was taken t( the site of the discovery about four miles south of Sullivan he could not identify it as the place where the shooting oc curred. Sgt. Isley Awarded Commendation Medal Staff Sergeant James F. Isley son of Mrs. Mary I. Isley, R. R 1st Special Forces Group, on Oki- Army Commendation Medal while serving with Company B 1st Special Forces Group, in Okinawa. Sgt. Isley was presented the award for meritorious service while serving in Viet Nam during the period from August, 1964 to March, 1965. Special Forces were created >y the Department of the Army to provide, in time of war, a unit hrough which the Army can develop and employ guerrilla war? are forces against the enemy n support of military operations. The sergeant, a demolitionist n the company on Okinawa, en- fired the Army in September, 1958. He is a 1956 graduate of Waldron High School. Services at Sunman For Fred Irrgang SUNMAN, Ind.—Fred Irrgang Sr., 78, a retired farmer of R. R. 3, Sunman, died Monday at the Margaret Mary Hospital, Batesville. He was preceded in death by lis wife in 1954. — — The survivors. include: A daughter, Mrs. Anna Marie Peers, R. R. 3, Sunman; a son, Fred Irrgang Jr., Harrison, O.; a brother, George Irrgang, Connersville; a sister, Mrs. Eliza- >eth Hubbard, Brookville; and two grandchildren. He was a member of the Sagles Lodge. Funeral services will be conducted at 1:30 p. m. Wednesday at the Cook Funeral Home in >unman. Burial will be in the Jlen Haven Cemetery at Harri;on, O. Friends may call at the funeral home in Sunman. Now You Know A golden spike driven at Promontory, Utah, May 10, 1869, marked the completion of the transcontinental railroad, according to the World Almanac. 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(UPI) — White and Negro policemen arrested 472 civil rights demonstrators trying to march on the Mississippi capitol at Jackson Monday. There was no violence but at least three of the demonstrators were treated for scalp lacerations. Police said they were unable to determine how the injuries occurred but were making "an effort to find out." MOSCOW (UPI) — The Soviet Union may be heading for a period of sweeping economic re- iorms, informed sources said today. The sources indicated the rulers of the Soviet Union are considering a plan under which some factory managers may be freed from tight state controls and permitted to run their own >lants as they see fit. WASHINGTON (UPI) — Rep- John E. Moss, D-Calif., charged oday that legislation to require cigarette packages to carry a lealth warning label actually would promote tobacco sale sane advertising. Moss made the charge in fil ing the only dissenting statement with the House Commerce Com mittee's report to the House on the bill. LONDON (UPI) — Prime Minister Harold Wilson told the House of Commons today thai "certain consultations are now going on" about Viet Nam. He refused to give detail and said, "I hope the House will not press me to go into too much detail... I hope to make a statement to the House very soon about them." Political sources said earlier Wilson is pushing a joint British Commonwealth initiative for unconditional peace talks on Viet Nam." LONDON (UPD— The government said Tuesday it will refuse to allow American Ku Klux Klan imperial wizard Robert Shelton to enter Britain if he tries to come here. Home Secretary Sir Frank Sos- Mce said in a reply to a question in the House of Commons, "I have seen press reports about this projected visit. If Mr. Robert Shelton or any other foreigner identified as being engaged in the activities of the Ku Klux Han arrives here he will be refused leave to land." Senate Approves Foreign Aid Bill WASHINGTON (UPI) — The enate has passed a $3.24 billion oreign aid bill, but its contro- /ersial provision to end the pres- nt aid program in 1967 is in eopardy. Senators voted 68 to 20 Monday ight to approve the unusual two ear, $3.24 billion a year author- nation bill calling for a complete verhaul of the nation's econom- c and military assistance programs in two years. The measure was headecl for House-Senate conference committee. There was no indication lat House members, who al- eady have passed a one year, $3.37 billion bill without the cut- ff provision, would accept the enate plan. Before the across-the-board 200 million cut was voted Fri- ay, the Senate bill contained 2.27 billion in economic and ichnical aid and $1.17 billion in military aid. The administra- lon has considerable latitude in pplying such general reduc- ons. The House bill includes 2.2 billion for economic and echnical aid and $1.1 billion in arms assistance. Final passage of the Senate ill came after seven days of ebate in which members made $200 million across-the-board ut in President Johnson's re- uests. The House bill would give Johnson virtually everything he asked for. WASHINGTON (UPI) — Both Hoosier Democratic senators, Birch Bayh and Vance Hartke, Monday voted with the majority when the Upper House voted 6820 in favor of an increased foreign aid bill. Hoosiers Will Seek Tourism "Secrets" SEYMOUR, Ind. (UPI) — Hoosiers will tour portions of Kentucky and Tennessee next month hi an effort to pick up some "trade secrets" on how to promote more tourism. The tour, to be made July 2730, was announced Monday by Dan Bynum, Bloomington, president of Southern Indiana, Inc., at a district meeting of the Indiana Tourist Development Conference. It will be sponsored by Southern Indiana, Inc., and the Indiana Department of Commerce, Bynum said. He said he expects that 200 to 250 persons will participate in the bus tour, which starts at New Albany. The itinerary includes stops at Rough River and Kentucky Lake, Ky., Danville, Ky., and Gatlinburg, Tenn. Conservative Group— Feel Barry's New Outfit Can Serve By WILLIAM THEIS WASHINGTON (UPI) - The lairman of the Senate GOP ampaign Committee said to- ay Barry M. Goldwater's new onservative political organiza- on "can serve a useful pur- ose"—if it sticks to its avowed urpose. Sen. Thruston B. Morton, Ky., r ho has the task of electing republican senators next year, old UPI in an interview: "I'm sure Barry is trying his est to prevent further splintering among conservatives and in ur party. I've had terrific cooperation from him." The 1964 GOP presidential nominee is expected to be honorary chairman of the new organization, to be called the Free Society Association, with headquarters hi Washington. Denison Kitchefl, Goldwater's 1964 campaign manager, will head the organization. But key Republicans—liberals and middle-of-the-roaders — want to see just how the FSA spells out its aims before say- tag too much about it. Goldwater has called a news conference for 2:30 p.m. EDT Thursday, the expected kickoff for the new organization. Without going into details, Goldwater confirmed Sunday night that the new outfit was being created. He denied it would be a third party, and said it would "serve as an educational vehicle for the Republican party." Morton, who heard Goldwater talk about the conservative group on a television program, told UPI: "If it is — as I understood Barry to explain it — not to siphon money away from the Republican party, not to supersede the party itself, and not to get into political campaigns but just to expound ideas, then it can serve a useful purpose and not be negative." TOTAL DIAMOND WEIGHT LeRoy Is Replaced At Center CAMP ATTERBURY, Ind. (UPI)—Jacques H. LeRoy will serve as consultant to the man who replaced him as deputy director of the Federal Job Corps Youth Training Center here Monday. John J. Conway, 33, was named to the post, succeeding LeRoy who had served as acting director of the facility since it began operations. The prime contractor for the operation, Midwest Education Foundation, Inc., said Monday there was no connection between Conway's appointment and the alleged disciplinary problems which reportedly are being encountered at the center. FBI agents last week arrested seven youthful enrollees at the center for an alleged sex attack on another trainee. The foundation said, however, Conway's appointment was set up prior to the incident. A Peace Corps veteran who served more than 'two years in Vorth Borneo, Conway has been an official of the corps in Wash- flgton since leaving active service. The deputy director's post :arries with it an annual salary of $17,500, while -LeRoy will earn $19,200. Officials said Monday a director for the training center for youths between 17 and 21 years of age is still being sought and that the job pays $20,000 to $25,000 a year. Showboat Majestic Is to Open Season This summer, for the sixth :onsecutive season, the show- 3oat Majestic is providing stage raining for Indiana University students as it revives shows popular when the floating theatre was the most popular entertainment on Midwestern rivers. The Majestic seats 423 persons and is 120 feet long. It accommodates on its upper level the 15- member student company, directors and chaperon. This summer the young ac- ors and actresses are present- ng shows on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights on ;he waterfront in Jeffersonville. fhe season, opening Thursday, June 17, will run through Aug. 19. , Evangelist For Society, call 663-3111. The Rev. H. E. Darnell, Vivian, La., will be the evangelist for a 10-day revival service starting Thursday evening at the Greensburg Church of the Nazarene. Services will be held each evening at 7:30. A former pastor, the Rev. Mr. Darnell has spent over 20 years in full-time evangelistic work with the Church of the Nazarene. Wife Is Granted Divorce in Court Jo Ann Dean, plaintiff, was granted a divorce from Walter E. Dean in Decatur Circuit Court Monday. Custody of the couple's minor child was awarded to the plaintiff. By agreement of parties, the defendant is to pay $12.50 per week support for the minor child, the account now due at Sears Roebuck Company, the balance of note due on the defendant's car and maintain hospital and medical insurance on the child. The defendant, who was granted the right of visitation with the child between the hours of 11 a. m. and 5 p. m. each Saturday or Sunday, was ruled to pay costs. The action was venued here from Bartholomew County last April 8. Man Shot, Killed In Marbles Argument INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — An argument over playing marbles with children resulted in the fatal shooting of a taxicab driver on the city's near northside late Monday. Authorities said Edward Pinner, 64, a building custodian, was held on a preliminary murder charge in the shooting of the cabbie, James Green, 33. Police said Green was shot in the ' chest' following' the argument and died at the scene. Treasures Await Man Beneath Seas By JOSEPH L. MYLER WASHINGTON (UPI)—An assemblage of experts agreed today that almost unimaginably vast treasure awaits man in space. The space they were talking about, however, is hydrospace and not the kind into which astronauts James A. McDMtt and Edward H. White 2nd ventured earlier this month. . Hydrospace is that region beneath the seas whose waters cover more than three-fourths of the earth's surface. It is much handier than the moon and, you might think, would be easier to. explore and more rewarding in material payoffs. Nearly. 1,200 oceanographers, marine engineers, and industrialists- are meeting here this Services at Hope For Bernard Crafton SHELBYVILLE, 'ind. — Bernard Crafton, 56, of R. R. 1, Flat Rock, a farmer and Shelby County native, died at 12:40 a. m. Monday at Major Hospital. He had been ill for four years. Mr. Crafton was born Jan. 23, 1909, in Noble Township, the son of Thomas H. and Daisy Lucille (Goodwin) Crafton. He married Mary Alice Galbraith on Dec. 24, 1926, and she survives with two children, Bernard Junior Crafton, R. R. 1, Waldron, and Mrs. Ruby Mae DeBaun of R. R. 1, Flat Rock. Also surviving are two broth- TS, Frank Crafton of this city and Melvin Crafton of Flat Rock; three sisters, Mrs. Mary Rush and Mrs. Dorothy Hill, both of Flat Rock, and Mrs. Bertha Tindall of Hope, and three grandchildren. A brother and two sis- ;ers preceded in death. Services will be held at 2 p. m. Wednesday at the Norman Funeral Home at Hope, with Rev. Marvin Isley officiating. Burial will be Pleasant Grove Cemetery. Friends may call at the mortuary. OUT OF CONTROL STOCKHOLM (UPI) — An anti - American demonstration lared out of control Monday night in Stockholm's Haymarket Square. Four persons were arrested and a police officer was bitten on the leg. The demonstrators were protesting U. S. policies in Viet Nam. week to talk' about the riches of the sea and how to get at them. They are attending a four- day conference on ocean science and engineering sponsored by the Marine Technology Society and the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography. Mankind already is harvesting the.sea and seabottom for food, diamonds, oil, iron, coal, sulfur, phosphates, gold, platinum, lime, potash salt magnesium, bromine, tin, sand, gravel, and much else. But he has barely sounded the subsurface, so to speak. All the marine mineral wealth he has gleaned so far has come from operations clbse to coasts. The greatest treasures await man on seabottoms farther from shore and farther beneath the surface. The floor of all three major oceans is littered for example, with nodules of manganese in which are mixed appreciable amounts of nickel, cobalt, and copper. One expert estimated there is enough of these valuable metals in the ocean beds to satisfy man's needs for thousands of years at the current rate of consumption. The lovely thing is that they are increasing hi quantity faster than man could expect to use them. AIR- CONDITION IP I 09 MONTH G. E. THINLINE 7,300 BTU install in minutes, light weight, with built-in side closure panels for quick do-it-yourself installation. Automatic thermostat — Pushbutton controls. HI COMPLETE HOME FURNlSHfftS W. SIDE SQUARE PHONE* 662-1371 REMEMBER! FATHER'S DAY IS SUNDAY, JUNE 20. Your gift is sure to please Dad if you choose from our selection of gift ideas. 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