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August 26, 1965

Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 5

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Clark to Head Rehabilitation Of Watts Area WASHINGTON (UPD-nPresi- dent Johnson is sending the No. 2 man in the Justice Department—a man who ranks tops in presidential esteem—to Los Angeles to assist in rehabilitating the riot-ten Watts section. Johnson announced Wednesday a his news conference that Deputy Atty. Gen. Ramsey Clark would head the task force that will seek to soothe racial unrest and erase the causes of last week's riots. The President was asked if he "had in mind "any action which might avert further tension" in Los Angeles. He replied by announcing Clark's mission, saying that Clark and others would "proceed to Los Angedes at a very early date." He added that "details of their work and their program will be announced as soon as they are available," More about the task force, including its composition, was expected to be announced shortly, possibly today. By naming Clark to head the task force, the President indicated the seriousness which he attaches to the Los Angeles situation. The 37-year-old deputy attorney general is a long-time family friend of the President. It was his friendship with Johnson, then vice president, which helped Clark win his 1961 appointment as assistant attorney general. But friends say his promotion this year to deputy attorney general was based strictly on his government record. Personals )eath Claims John Phillips of Columbus is a guest of Gerald Mozingo for a couple of days. Mrs. Helen Myers of St. Paul has been dismissed from Major Hospital, Shelibyville, after treatment. Leonard Thompson and family of Durham, N. C., are visiting his father, Harry A. Thompson, at Westport. Dr. Stephen Gaynor of New York City has arrived at Westport for a week's visit with his amily at their summer home here. George Cann of Westport has been employed as principal of he Vernon grade school for the coming school year. D. A. West has returned home after a few days visit with his daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Braden, at Indianapolis. Dennis Hastings, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hastings of Madison, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. L,ee Ziegler and family. David Ross Faulkner of Westport has accepted the position of >rincipal of the Lovett grade school for the coming school vear. Amended Affidavit Filed Against Pair An amended affidavit charging Carlie Johnson, 22, Kokomo, and Paul Jackson, 19, Springfield, 0., with possession of stolen property was filed in Decatur Circuit Court this morning by. Prosecuting Attorney Karl F. Walker. They are charged in connection with the theft of tools valued at $65 from Wayne Schlichter of R. R. 6 and a chain hoist valued at $50 from Marion Vail- of Clarksburg and concealing the stolen property in the trunk of an auto belonging to Johnson. Arrested Aug. 4, they were initially charged with the theft of gasoline and an electric saw from Robert Dale Brown. John son and Jackson are in the loca jail under bond. Miss Charlotte Woodhull has returned to Indianapolis after a week's vacation in New York and attending the World's Fair She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Woodhull of R. R. 8. Richard Templeton, son of Mr and Mrs. Paul Templeton, has returned from a three week visit with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Johnstone, at De iroit, Mich., and in Canada. Misses Marilyn Horan and Lois VanOsdol have returned from a two week vacation in Miarn Beach, Fla.,' and Nassau. Mis Horan, who has been employed at Memorial Hospital, will take a position in the office of Dr. E A. Porter at Westport. Loses Wigs INDIANAPOLIS (UPo — Manager Marsha Andrews told police today her American Hostess Creation shop shop was cleaned out of $3,500 worth of wigs. She said the dorr was forced open some time Wednesday night and burglars helped themselves to the entire stock. PAGES Greensburg (Ind.) Daily News, Thursday, Aug. 26,1965 bounty Native Rufus Darby, 65, Died at Fail-land Rufus Herschel Darby, 65, a ative of Decatur County, was ound dead Wednesday night in lis home at Fairland, where he ived alone. He had apparently aeen dead for several days. Discovery of the body was made after neighbors recalled that he not been seen for some ime. Mr. Darby was a retired New York Central Railroad section oreman. He was born in Decatur County on June 11, 1900, he son of Otis and Charlotte 'ence Darby. He was married to Ethel Oli- ohant on Sept. 12, 1924. She pre- :eded him in death. He is survived by a son, Richard Darby, of Boggstown; two brothers and two sisters, Edgar Darby and Mrs. Verna Bullard, >f Greensburg, James Darby of Florida and Miss Bernell Darby if St. Paul; and eight grandchildren. One son, Norman, died Oct. 14, .964, and he was also preceded n death by three sisters, Marie, Sdith and Belva. He was a member of the Mt. Moriah Baptist Church at Adams. Graveside rites will be held in he Fairland Cametery at 10 a. m. Friday, with the Rev. Robert Fadrick, of the Fairland Baptist ;hurch, officiating. Storms (Continued from Page Onel area and at Muncie, part of the roof of the home of Police Capt. John Casey was ripped away and two store fronts were smashed. The storms moved into the state from the west, dumped 0.6 of an inch of rain on Indianapolis, then broke up into small cells in east-central Indiana. Evansville measured .84 of an inch of rain in the 24-hour period ending at 7 a.m. South Bend had .77, Lafayette .65, Fort Wayne .07. Frankfort had 1.25 inches of rain, Covington 1.10, Terre Haute 1.04, Crawfordsville 1.00, Spencer .75, Vincennes .74, Noblesville .66, Edwardsport .52 and Shoals .31. Other heavy amounts were Montezuma 1.24, Jamestown 1.00, Rockville 1.05, Waveland 1.20, Bridgeton 1.10, Centerton .62, Monticello .68, Petersburg .68, Zionsville .72. More scattered showers and thunderstorms were predicted through Friday in most areas, with afternoon temperatures today expected to hit the muggy high 80s and low 90s. The Louisville area reported a high o'f 93 Wednesday and it was 91 at Evansville. Overnight lows were mostly in the Strike (Continued from Pa.«je One) of 37.1 cents per hour on the package and said it covered 39 months. The difference in length and value appeared to be management's stand that a new agreement become effective at midnight Tuesday while the union insists en retroactivity to last May 1. At his news conference Wednesday, President Johns o n said he expected "full and complete responsibility in the current wage negotiations and I expected continued stability in steel prices." he added: "... We must never forget that our boys are still fighting in South Viet Nam and that our economic strength is the keystone of free world peace. "There must be continued cost and price stability in our American economy." Cooper refused to comment on the President's statement. Abel said: "We want to assure the President and The public that we have made every effort during the course of t h e past eight months to avert a strike and to achieve a settlement which would not be inflationary." Raid Theater Showing Film SMART GALS KNOW it's best to step out in a perfectly fitted box- pleated skirt. Hip-stitched and fashioned in a flawless flannel, the skirt comes in many basic and fashion colors. It's proportioned, too, from 6-16 short 6-18 average and 12-18 tall. The sweater is Whis'pun. College-Town's downy-lite wool and mohair long sleeve cardigan: soft and luxurious to the touch. Sizes 34-40. SKIRTS 8.95 SWEATERS 7.95 SOUTH SIDE SQUARE Union Flat Rock POPULATION COUNT Guatemala has a population of about three million SOUTH BEND, Ind. (UPI) — St. Joseph County Prosecutor Thomas J. Roemer today was scheduled to confer with city police officials and investigate state laws for possible violations in the showing of a film at a South Bend "art" theater. City police Wednesday raided the movie house and confiscated a picture entitled "French Honeymoon" after complaints from local residents. Tom McNaughton, assistant city police chief, said he attended the film Tuesday night with his wife after the department received numerous telephone -calls complaining the movie was "lurid." McNaughton said the film was "absolutely shocking" and added he and his wife walked out before it was over. Authorities raided the theater shortly after the showing was completed. Officials said complaints came in terming the picture, which depicts the dreams of a man's previous romances on his wedding night as "bawdy" and "dirty." The theater is one of a chain of movie houses owned by Albert Dezel Productions of Detroit, authorities said Wind (Continued from Page One) and Fifth, but no damage was reported. A 6xl5-foot section of the roof of a 30x40-foot tent in the 900 block of East Central Avenue was damaged by the wind. The tent is being used by the Community Free Methodist Church for services each evening. The Rev. R. N. Ewer, pastor, said this morning the tent would be repaired in time for this evening's service. The County Highway Department reported a tree was blown across a county road just south of New Point. Commenting on the situation in Greensburg, Street Commis-: sioner David Scheidler said four truckloads of limbs had been col-: lected in Greensburg this morn-, ing. He said the heaviest con^. centration of limbs down in the: street appeared to be in the 300 and 400 blocks of North Franklin and North Broadway. TRUCKER KILLED MARSHALL, HI. (UPD—Jack R Dayhuff, 19, Terre Haute, Ind t Wednesday was killed when his truck apparently went out of control on U. S. 40 near Marshall, 111., and ran into a ditch. Police said Dayhuff apparently lost control of the vehicle as it hit the ditch and he fell out, with the vehicle crushing him. SHOWING AUGUST 27th AND 28th FRIDAY AND SATURDAY FURS BY VINCENT Wrap yourself in fur luxury at prices every woman can afford! Our August Fur Showing offers once-in- a-lifetime savings on Vincent's collection of jackets, stoles and capes in fashion's most wanted furs. DEPARTMENT STORE Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Holcomb of the Rock Creek Baptist Church attended church here Sunday and showed slides covering their trip to the Baptist summer conference at Green Lake, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Williams and daughters, Carolyn and Beverly, returned home last Thursday from a trip to South Carolina, visiting Sgt. and Mrs. Milford Williams and family. Mrs. Carl Hull visited her mother, Mrs. Cora Tucker, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Tucker in Morristown last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Osa Tucker spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Colin Tucker and daughter at Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hull have returned for a vacation trip to the Smokies, Blue Ridge Parkway and Natural Bridge Park, Virginia/ Mr. and Mrs. Alvin D. Hughes, W. C. Hull, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hughes were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Langley Keaton at Benham. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rayburn and son. of New Jersey, are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Rayburn. Other Sunday guests of the Rayburns were Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Rayburn and family. Athens, 0.; Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Rayburn and daughters. TaylorsvUle, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roberts. Sunday dinner -guests of Mr and Mrs. Leonard Alexander were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Brancamp and family, Clarksburg; Mr. and Mrs. Jake Bauer, Greensburg; Bob Griner, Anderson, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Griner. Gregg and Jeff Tucker spent Saturday night with their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Corbin Callahan. at Westport. Mr. and Mrs. David Criswell and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Tucker attended the show, "Greatest Story Ever Told," at Indianapolis Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Williams and daughter. Carolyn, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rayburn attended the Sproessig-Ficklin wedding at the Holton Methodist Church Saturday night. Mrs. Don Hughes and children, Tim and Mary Ellen, visited Mrs. Paul Griner Sunday evening. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. David H. Hughes were Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Hughes and family, Eli, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Don Hughes and family, Columbus: Sgt. and Mrs. Raymond Hughes and family. Granite City, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Junior Hughes and family. Mrs. William Raj'burn last Wednesday took her mother Mrs. Beulah Laswell, Holton, to visit her brother, Leslie Walsh, who is a patient at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Cincin| nati. The following attended the Neal-Rayburn reunion held Sunday at the Greensburg city park: Mr. and Mrs. William Rayburn, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Williams Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Williams and family. Mrs. Lula Rayburn. Mr. and Mrs. Gleen Williams and daughter Jimmy and Joanne Rayburn, and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Williams and son. one TIRE SALE Pre-Labor get the 2nd tire for Now thru September 4th WHITEWALLS.. Add $3.50 for 1st tire .. $1.75 far 2nd WHITEWALLS.. Add $3 for 1st tire.. $1.50 for 2nd •AH prices plus lax. No Uad* TUBE MATERIAL PHILADELPHIA — Most tubes used for toothpaste and other products are aluminum instead of lead and tin. NO MONEY DOWN! Regular 30-day charge or take months to pay _. I IH.II f*LJADf*C on all merchandise buy on Firestone U/vi-un^\n\JC andserv i ces Amount •BO.OO 75.OO 95.0O 15O.OO Pay Monthly •S.OO 7.0O 9.OO 10.00 NATIONWIDE GUARANTEE No Limit on Miles.. 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