Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on August 5, 1965 · Page 8
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White House Imprint— Paw Prints Confuse Concrete Workers WASHINGTON (UPI) — There are some confused concrete workers at the White House today. Why, they wondered, were dogs turned loose to pad-around their freshly finished concrete slab in front of the White House's west wing offices? Here's the story: For som'2 weeks there has been a construction project in the White House west driveway Personals Harry K. Collins of R. R. 3 has returned home from Bartholomew County Hospital. John Bakes of St. Paul is a surgical patient at Major Hospital, Shelbyville. Mrs. Charles Cross of Westport has been released from Bartholomew County Hospital, Columbus. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Woodward have returned to Vero Beach, Fla.. after being house guests of Mrs. Charles Christman since July 9. Mrs. Myrtle Rainier of Milan, Mich, and her daughter, Mrs. Nelson Watson of Crawfordsville. visited Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Lowe and two daughters here Wednesday. Mrs. Rainier is an aunt of Mrs. Lowe. Word has been received here that Mrs.- Bess Miller of Indianapolis, formerly of the Letts community, is a patient at Methodist Hospital following surgery on a broken hip. Her room number is A-306. Mrs. Marie G. Clark of this city and Mrs. Betty Smith of Milroy will go to New Castle this evening to attend a Tenth district G. 0. P. dinner at the Cardinal Mole!. A miscellaneous shower will follow for Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Kodson, newlyweds. He is Tenth district chairman. Hospita ADMITTED: Minnie Miller, 329 N. Franklin; Paul Philpott, R. R. 1. Butlerville. DISMISSED: Mrs. Thomas Tumilty and son. 638 W. Central; Mrs. Lewis Glower and son, 374 N. Michigan; Lura Shepherd, Harts ville. NEW BABIES: Boy, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Schoettmer, 470 S. Franklin; girl. Mr. and Mrs. James Spears, 820 E. North. Rites at Versailles For Martin J. Vogel VERSAILLES, Ind. — Martin J. Vogel. 64. a farmer near Cross Plains, died Tuesday evening at his home. Survivors include: The widow, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Vogel; two daughters. Mrs. Bonnie Berendsen. Cincinnati. O.. and Mrs. Virginia Riley. Bay Village, 0.; a son. Roy Vogel of North Brook. 0.; three brothers; and three sisters. Funeral rites will be held at 9 a. m. Saturday at tte Bovard Funeral Home in Versailles. Burial will be in the Arlington Memorial Park Cemetery at Cincinnati. Friends may call at the funeral hcme after 1 p. m. Friday. CORRECTION In the Marsh Supermarket advertisement in Wednesday's Daily News, coupon No. 1 should have read Save lOc when you purchase 2 staiks of Michigan Celery instead of Michigan Cherry. involving the installation of an unJlerground telephone switching center. Wednesday, a slab of fresh concrete was poured and smoothed. Late in the day, President Johnson walked outside to take a look at the work. A photographer suggested raffishly, "why don't you get the beagle and have him put his paw prints in tlra concrete like they do in Hollywood?" Happy to oWige, the President had the dogs brought out. First he took the beagle, "Him," and firmly implanted both the dog's front feet in the concrete. The effort was not entirely successful. In the first place, Him has small paws but more importantly, the concrete had pretty well hardened. The President tried in several places, leaving a somewhat mottled effect in the nearby dry cement. Then he took "Blanco," the Dhite House collie, and tried again. Blanco made a somewhat more visible impression. The President seemd happier. However, Johnson was much more impressed by the polished camera posture of the beagle. "If that's not a performance," the President exclaimed as Him looked brightly at the concrete. "He deserves a medal." 4-H Steers to Go On Auction Block Friday There might be a few tears shed, but that's the way it is. At 7 p. m. Friday, an estimated 70 boys and girls will watch as their carefully groomed 4-H steers are led to the auction block in the livestock show arena at the Decatur County Fairgrounds. These steers will include both home and group purchased calves. Buyers are expected from Cincinnati, Louisville, Indianapolis, Milroy, Columbus and Greensburg and fair officials said today all local residents interested are invited to bid on the local 4-H calves. Lewis Beesley will be the auctioneer. The sale committee chairman is John Milton Evans. PAGES Greensburg (Ind.) Daily News, Thursday. Aug. S, 1965 Annual' College List The Greensburg Daily News has started to compile its annual college list for publication about the the middle of August. This will include Decatur County young people who will attend various colleges and universities as well as those who will leave to attend institutions of specialized training or education. This newspaper hopes to compile as complete a list as is possible. This blank can be used for submitting information: Name of Student Address Name of College or School Address of College or School Submitted by ... Phone Number Knees By ALINE MOSBY PARIS (UPI)—American buyers said today the knees exposed to the breeze by French fashion designers will be covered up in U. S. versions of their dresses. Only Chanel and Ores among the designers who unvealed their new collections here this week displayed skirts covering the tnee. Other designers showed skirts ranging from mid-knee to as much as three inches above. Lineman Burned By 7,420-Volt Line FORT WAYNE, Ind. (UPI) — John 0. Meredith. 18, Bee Spring, Ky., suffered severe burns Wednesday when he fell from a power pole north of here and touched two 7,240-volt lines. Meredith was working as a lineman for the Electricom Co. of Paoli when his boot spike slipped and he fell from the 45- foot power pole. He touched the first line with his hands and was thrown back and struck the second line with his back. Meredith was taken to Parkview Memorial Hospital here for treatment. More Benefits For Congressmen WASHINGTON (UPI) — Hous-e members were in an expansive mood Wednesday. They voted themselves more free trips home, additional free telephone calls home to the voters and an increase in rent allowances for hometown offices. Under the legislation, House members will get five instead of three tree round trips home at taxpayer expense. They are still behind senators, who get seven free rides home. The increase in telephone and telegraph allowances comes to about 20 per cent. And congressmen who can't get hometown office space in federal offic-3 buildings will get 52.400 a year instead of the present "§1,200 to rent space in a commercial building. Give Him a Precision Perfect WITTNAUER! A LONGINES-WlTTNAUER PRODUCT And he'll remember your affection and care for the years to come. Wittnauer watches are fine gifts made to the high quality standards of Longines-Wittnauer ... yet priced from only HUNTINGTON JEWELRY North -Side Square Your Longines-Wtttnauer Quality Jeweler $25 Addison Decorated For Rescue Operation Word has been received by Mrs. Mollie Reisman of Millhousen that her grandson, Lt. (jg) Donald C. Addison, was decorated recently by Admiral R. D. Schmidtman with the U. S. Coast Guard Commendation Medal for "meritorious achievement in aerial flight." Last Jan. 30 he served as copilot of an aircraft involved in finding two persons from a hunting party who had been swept into the icy waters of Dungeness Bay in the state of Washington. He is stationed at Port St. Angeles. Wash. Lt. (jg) Ronald C. Addison. another son of Mrs. Herbert Blick of Holly Hill. Fla., is also Dlanning to become a naval aviator and recently completed lis first solo flight at Saufley Field, Pensacola, Fla.. where he .s stationed with the Coast Suard. Confusion Here Over Solicitation for Ads A number of business firms lave received a solicitation from the Central Classified Directory with offices at Los Angeles, Calif. Will J. Scheidler, president of 3 ublic Telephone Corporation, states that this has resulted in some confusion, in view of the fact that advertising solicitation for the classified section of the company's directory is now under way. Scheidler stated that the promotion of the Los Angeles firm las no bearing on the classified section of the directory by Pubic Telephone Corporation. Sardinia Mrs. June Hudson left Sunday for her home in Torrence, Calif, having been called here by the' death of her father, Charles Murphy. The Littell reunion will be held at the North Vernon city park next Sunday, Aug. 8. Charles Garrity visited his brother at Indianapolis Sunday. They later visited Russiaville and saw effects of the tornado. About 20 members of the Junior B. Y. F. enjoyed a cookout Friday evening at Greensburg City Park. Two sponsors, Mrs. Robert Lewis and Mrs. Jean McClellan, were present. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hill had as dinner guests Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lavengood and daughter, Linda, of Phoenix, Ariz. The Boy Scout post members returned Saturday from a,week's visit in the Smoky Mountains. Earl Eddington and Bill Mulroney accompanied them. Mrs. Marie Garrity and daughter, Mrs. Janice Schumacher, are spending a few days at Lawrenceville, 111. as guests of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Hill and son, Tom, attended the Scroggins reunion Sunday at the cabin of Ernest Scroggins near North Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hill and family returned home Monday after a vacation trip to Beaver Dam, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. ^Bill Mulroney and son, Bobby? are spending this week in New York with his mother and other relatives. Mrs. Ethel Collins is confined to her home unable to walk. • The descendants of Vermillion Boicourt will hold their annual reunion Sunday at the Westpqrt park. THIS IS IT! SATURDAY LAST DAY! Russell Carpenter of the West Coast firm of I. Magnin saidi "most certainly, as always," their Paris copies will well cover the knee. Ohrbach's plans to show copies of designer Emanuel Ungaro's Courreges-type clothes at the store's fashion shows just the way Ungaro made them—three inches above the knee. But the garments actually for sale in Ohrbach's states will discreetly cover the kneecap. As buyer Sydney Gittler explained, "of course, the customer can always shorten them." Knees have been a frequent sight on Paris streets since last season, and it appears that the skirts worn here will rise still higher this year. Buyers rushing from salon to salon to place orders said that, in their opinions, the top winter collections were presented by Gabrielle Chane; Cristobal Balenciaga and Yves Saint-Laurent. "Balenciaga was divine, the heighth of elegance," said Git tier. "He is the king of Paris fashion, and Saint-Laurent is the crown prince. Chanel is great in her own special category." Making Pigs Of Themselves LAFAYETTE, Ind. (UPI) —Give a pig all it wants to eat and it will gain weight faster, Purdue University animal scientists reported today. In a report given to the 57th annual meeting of the American Society of Animal Science at Michigan State University, the scientists said pigs "seem to do better when they are allowed to make pigs of themselves." In four trials at Purdue, weanlings gained significantly faster and more efficiently when fed as much feed as they wanted, whenever they wanted. Providing continuous feed was better than feeding at daily intervals, according to the report given by Gary L. Cromwell, a graduate student. always appreciated... for BIRTHDAY GET WELL;;' ANNIVERSARY ; BON VOYAGE HOST.ESS Fresh, delicious Russell Stover Candies are the perfect gift \ 1-1/2 lb, GIFT BOX . ,$2-4O BATTERTON'S 'West SidePrwq Store ~ COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS CLEARANCE PRICES HAVE BEEN CUT AGAIN FOR THESE FINAL 2 DAYS! 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