Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on June 23, 1965 · Page 4
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Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 4

Greensburg, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 23, 1965
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M6EU Crtembiirg (Ind.) Daily News, Wednesday, June 23,1965 Produced "Gone With the Wind"— Attack Is Fatal To Movie Maker David Selznick By PAUL CORCORAN HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — The movie industry today heaped unusually high praise on David 0. Selznick, maker of the all- time classic "Gone With the Wind," who died Tuesday of a heart attack at the age of 63. hits. To get Gable, Selznick said His death came amid speculation he was ready to return to Hollywood to attempt "something significant." Just what, his close friends and associates did not immediately disclose. Selznick was stricken in the office of his attorney, Barry Brannen, in Beverly Hills aboul 1 p.m. and was pronounced dead an hour later at Mt. Sinai Hospital. His 'doctor reported he suffered an acute coronary occlusion. Selznick was accompanied to the hospital from the attorney's office by his wife, Academy Award winning actress Jennifer Jones. Russell Birdwell, former director of publicity for Selznick, said the former "boy wonder" of the film industry had told him he was coming back and "wanted to discuss something significant with me. "He had talked in the past of something that would even surpass 'Gone With the Wind'." The most prominent Hollywood movie makers expressed shock and sorrow at the news of Selznick's death. "I am heartbroken at the news," said Samuel Goldwyn. "I have lost a dear friend and the world of motion pictures has lost an outstanding talent." Shock to Zanuck Darryl F. Zanuck, president of 20th Century-Fox studios, said, "this is a real shock to me. He was a great friend of mine. We practically started together. He was one of the five or six top producers Hollywood ever had." Selznick was one of the most prolific Hollywood movie makers, but "Gone With the Wind" stands out as by far the most successful. He once told a friend, "When I die the only thing I want on my-itombstone is"David O.-Selznick, who produced 'Gone With the Wind'." Made in 1939, the picture earned an Academy Award for Vivien Leigh and starred the late Clark Gable. It stands as one of the all-time box office / • • Apportionment Ruling Due Soon Circuit Court A complaint on note, seeking $892.05, has been filed by Capital Finance Corporation against Dors Hiley. The complaint for divorce filed by Iris B. Face against David Face has been assigned for trial July 2. The complaint on account filed by Milliners Printing Company against Edward J. Donath, doing business as Kesslers Pastry Shop, Inc., has been assigned for trial July 8. In the complaint in subrogation filed by American States Insurance Company against Floyd D. Engel, the defendant filed a consolidation motion to strike and to make the complaint more specific. In the complaint for separation from bed and board filed by Patricia Ann Myers against James Dale Myers the plaintiff's petition for rule to show cause has been set for hearing July 2. A report of distribution filed in the estate of the late Martha J. Welsh was approved and the estate was declared fully administered and closed. WOMEN POLICE There are about 1,200 women police officers in the U. S. Buy Gates V-Belts TO KEEP TOUR • LAWN MOWER • REFRIGERATOR • WASHER • POWER TOOLS AND OTHER EQUIPMENT RUNNING SMOOTHLY Available Through Most Automotive Service Dealers and Hardware Stores. DISTRIBUTED BY ftodefeld Co., Inc. AUTOMOTIVE PARTS HEADQUARTERS he had to agree to let MGM have production rights. The film has grossed $50 million — more than any other. Funeral arrangements were pending^ By HORTENSE MYERS INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) —A three-judge federal court studying the constitutionality of Indiana's 1965 legislative apportionment act is expected to issue a ruling in the case in the near future. Following a hearing here Tuesday, the panel gave _the nine attorneys representing the various parties in the case one month in which to submit suggested findings of fact and rulings in the matter. Such a procedure, ordered by Judge Roger Kiley of the U.S. Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago, smooths the way for a speedy ruling by the panel. Kiley is senior judge of the panel which also includes U.S. District Judges William Steckler of Indianapolis and Robert Grant of South Bend. Involves 1965 Act The question before the three- judge court is whether the 1965 act provides _for equal representation in the Indiana Legislature. The panel, with Judge Gale Holder, of Indianapolis as the third member in place of Grant, earlier knocked down the state's 1921 apportionment law and, earlier this year, ruled invalid the 1963 act which replaced it. Holder withdrew from the panel earlier this year after a futile effort to dissolve it. Steckler said following Tuesday's hearing that the court's findings will be "nothing more than advisory unless we were actually to do the reapportion- ( law enacted by a Democratic •^,r< '* ' " Pfinirftllo/1 lorTielo^-llfo e\-n rtmA ing. The court avoided taking that step in the past, preferring to leave the actual reapportion- m ent to the legislature. Indiana Atty. Gen. John Dillon, defending the 1965 law before the panel Tuesday, warned opponents of the law' that if they won then: point they might "end up with everyone running at large like the mess in Illinois." Inability of various groups to agree on a reapportionment plan in Illinois resulted in legislative candidates running at large in the 1964 election. Other Suits Six of the nine attorneys who presented arguments at Tuesday ' s Irearingopppsed_thel965 controlled legislature on one ground or another. Suits attacking the constitutionality of the law, brought on behalf of various Indiana Republican groups, are also pending 'before state courts. The federal judges, however, have indicated they intend to retain jurisdiction in the matter. TWO FOR ONE RUTLAND, Vet. (UPI)—There are two attendants for ,every prisoner hi the women's reformatory here. The prison has a capacity of 48 inmates but there, are only five prisoners now in the cells. The facility has a staff of 10 persons. Classified Ad Phone 663-3113 A Date to Remember Saturday, June 26 FOOD SALE In front of Murphy's, starting at 9 a. m. 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