Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on August 25, 1965 · Page 6
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Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 6

Greensburg, Indiana
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Wednesday, August 25, 1965
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Greensburg (Ind.) Daily News, Wednesday, Aug. 25,1965 ,_ |2 breensDurg img.j uaiiy?»•»»/ ••-:— -—*• •—.»- —. ; : _— _ — Democrats to Hold Fall Meeting at French lick oi-i- ^nmmittai* for Satlirriav it r»,«>»me nnmtv Wpralrt at TVadnm-atir* /»nnPrf>ssmf>n like- _ "r"* «""»•*• j ms-ie-ij tr T\Q By EUGENE J. CADOU INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)—Free of all political cares, Indiana Democrats will journey to Fresch Lick for the fall meet- 4-H News ing of the Indiana Democratic Editorial Association Friday and Saturday. It will be the first French Lick party gathering in many years which does not kick off an election campaign. Hoosier voters do not go to the pells un- Future Homemakers Officers were elected at the recent meeting of the Future Homemakers 4-H Club at the Adams Baptist Church. They are as follows: Linda Coy, president; Joyce Ernstes, vice president; Christal Olvey, secretary; Janet Scheidler, treasurer; Charles Collins, news reporter; Mary Dillow, song leader; Peggy Bostic and Juanita Harris, recreation leaders; Jerry Scheidler, health leader; and Rickie Harris, safety leader. Mrs. William Stevens and Mrs. Paul Harrison will be the adult leaders. Assistant leaders are Mrs. Paul Scheidler 1 , Mrs. Hugh Coy and Mrs. Ralph Ernstes. Jackson Sparklers Record books were distributed at the recent meeting of the Jackson Sparklers 4-H Club at the home of Nellie Jayne. The pledges to/the:flags were led by Martha iB.uchanan and Athena Pearl. Wapda 'Behse was in charge of singing. ' '' ' Plans for a club trip to the state fair and awards were discussed. Miss Pearl presented a demonstration on apricot nector. Refreshments of ice cream and cookies were served to the 16 members in attendance. Helping Hands Demonstration by Harold, Larry and Carolyn Robbins were given at the recent meeting of the Helping Hands 4-H Club at the Robbin's home. Pledges to the flags were led by Harold and Carolyn Robbins and Debra Herbert gave the health and safety lesson. Recreation was led by Jeffrey Wilkinson. Justifiable Homicide Is Ruled in Killing FORT WAYNE, Ind. (UPD— Allen County Coroner Dr. Gordon Franke Tuesday• ruled.justt fiable homicide in the case of a policeman who mistakenly shot and killed a man he thought was reaching for a gun. . Franke issued the verdict in the death of Frank Murph, 34 whose home was listed as Cm cinnati. Patrolman Roger Ember testified at a coroner's inquest he attempted to arrest Murph for public intoxication when the man reached into his shirt and suddenly ran away. Ember said he fired as Murph thrust his hand inside the shir! and began running, thinking he was reaching for a gun. When the bullet felled Murph, Ember said he searched the man and found a bottle of liquor in Murph's shirt. The shooting occurred Aug. 5 on a Fort Wayne street. REACTIVATE SHIPS WASHINGTON (UPI) — The government is withdrawing 2f more ships from the mothbal fleet for duty it}' Viet "Nam. Al ready 22 have^eeh^rfeiactivatec to help move supplies to Vie Nam. The latest group, is beini reactivated by the maritime ad ministration at the request o the Military Sea Transport Serv ice. SCHEDULES HEARINGS WASHINGTON (UPI) — Rep. Jack Brooks, D-Tex., announced Tuesday that hearings would start Wednesday on legislation to permit prompt construction of the Lyndon Baines Johnson ibrary at the University of exas. The proposed library vould house the President's pa- ers, which Johnson has offered o the people of the United tates. D f 3 for $2.95 Here's America's favorite T-shirt- Hanes! The Nylon-reinforced neck can't sag. New finish stays whiter than white. Size-fast, absorbent, combed cotton is cut full for easy action. S-M-L Why qot pick up a half-dozen today? THE NAME'S BANES til 1966, and then only for a minor election. The Hoosier party organization tried hardest to schedule Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey as banquet speaker Saturday night, but failed to lure him to the Hoosier spa. Then the editors' group decided to settle for a home talent production with a harmony motif. The banquet speakers will be Sens. Vance Hartke and Birch E. Bayh Jr., who will be introduced by Governor Bram- gin. This writer, will discuss the foibles of the part leaders at the Saturday luncheon. State committee for Saturday afternoon. Diok D. Heller, IDEA president, will preside at the banquet' session. He probably will be succeeded as president by John T. Rumbach, publisher of State Committee Meets State chairman Gordon St. Angelo has summoned a routine meeting of the Democratic PLANS BIRTH SURVEY WASHINGTON (UPI)—The U. S. Public Health Service announced- Tuesday it will sponsor a national survey of the family planning practices of American women. To be undertaken by Princeton University unde.r a $377,238 contract with the institute, it will be the first comprehensive survey of American family planning practices since the birth control bill was introduced five years ago. the Dubois County Herald at Jasper, who now-is vice president, in the annual election Saturday. Mrs. Vera Hall, Danville, probably will be promoted from secretary to vice president, and Robert H u n e k e Batesville, from treasurer to secretary. A new treasurer will be elected. Five .possible aspirants for governor in 1968 probably will attend. They are Lt. Gov. Robert L. Rock, Anderson; House Speaker Richard Bodine, Mish- awaika; Secretary of State John Bottorff, Seymour; Attorney General John Dillon, Indianapolis, and State Treasurer Jack L. New, Greenfield. Democratic congressmen likewise are expected. Schedule Boat Trip The third "annual Democratic Ohio River cr.uise has been scheduled for Tuesday, aboard the 600-passenger river boat "The Chaperon." Nearly all of the six Hoosier County Democratic committee, the cruise will be preceded by a -barbecue dinner at 6 p. m. in the 441 Club building in Tell City. Sailing time from the Tell City dock is 7:30 p. m. St. Angelo, Mrs. Agnes Wool- NEGRO WEEK WASHINGTON (UPI) — Rep. James Scheuer, D-N. Y., wants whites and Negroes alike to be more aware of the Negro's role in U. S. history. Scheuer introduced bills Tuesday to establish a commission to determine how to create a museum of Negro history and culture, and to designate the February week of Abraham Lincoln's birthday as "Negro History week." ery, state vice chairman;"Rep.: Winfield K. Denton, Evansville? John Ruby, state president of the Indiana Young Democrats, and Mrs. Mary Jo Rock, wife" of the lieutenant governor, -are among the party leaders who will attend. Realty Transfers Mary C. and Norman R. Swarts, Jeanne C. and William J. Rohr, Carolyn C. and Jack Smitherman, John D. and Norma Lee Crane, Ann C. and D. Taff and Alice C. and Robert Spuller to Richard L. and Sally R. Crane, 158.65 acres southwest of Williamstown. REDUCES CONTRIBUTION '_ WASHINGTON (UPI). — The Senate Foreign Relations Committee has voted to reduce this U. S. contribution to the International Red Cross from $75,000 to $25,000 per year. The committee decided Tuesday to- go along with a House-passed bfll that would make the U. S. contribution equal to that of the American Red Cross' contribution to the international organization. . PRICES IN THIS AD EFFECTIVE THRU SAL, AUG. 28TH CHECK AND COMPARE THESE -EVERYDAY LOW, LOW PRICES DEL. MONTE FRUIT COCKTAIL 303 CAN SCOTT COLORED HAND TOWELS BETTY CROCKER INSTANT MASHED POTATO BUDS 5-OZ. BOX 23 8-OZ. JAR 39* IF IT'S BORDEN'S, ITS GOT TO BE GOOD BORDEN'S CREAMORA.. STARLAC 12-QT. INSTANT MILK......... SIZ£ "IT'S BRISK" 8-OZ. 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