Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on October 2, 1965 · Page 7
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Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 7

Greensburg, Indiana
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Saturday, October 2, 1965
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i Deadly Month Starts— Indiana Highway Toll Hits 1,072 By United Press International ,and Shirley Kirk, 64, Blooming- A Noblesville man became Indiana's first weekend traffic fatality early today as the first full week of one of the deadliest months of the year approached. Authorities said Willie G. Oldham, 33, was killed when he lost control of his car on old Indiana 37 in Hamilton County and ran off an embankment. His death increased Indiana's 1965 highway toll to at least 1,072, compared with 992 a year ago. Two traffic deaths occurred late Friday before the weekend counting period began at 6 p.m. •Jay Hineman, 15, rural Mooresville, was killed when a car went out of contro; on Indiana • 2 near Monrovia and hit a tree. George Fisher, 16, also of rural-'.Mooresville, was killed when a car went out of control on Indiana 42 near Monrovia and hit a tree. George Fisher, 16, also of rural Mooresville, the driver, was critically injured. .'..'..'-,.•-, Car-Truck Crash .'/Charles Kuhn, 51, Kendallville, : was lolled just half an hour be- fpre the,weekend counting period-started in a car-truck crash at the intersection of U.S. 30 and Indiana 205 at the east edge of Columbia City. Also killed : in separate traffic accidents Friday were Hubert Crohkright, 74, Indianapolis, Chilly October Is Forecast for East WASHINGTON (UPI) — The National Weather Bureau predicts a chilly October for the East, but warmer than usual in the West. Normal and below normal temperatures were forecast for the southern plains in the bureau's 30-day forecast. Rain is expected to be heavy in the south Atlantic states. But rainfall will be near normal in the East, the Pacific Northwest and along the south-ern border. It will be dryer than normal over the western three-quarters of the nation. ton. Last year, 151 fatalities occurred in October, the second highest toll for any month in 1964. In 1963, October was the third worst month with 132 deaths. Bride Killed Larry Scott, 18, Brownsville, a bridegroom, died in Jay County Hospital at Portland Friday night of injuries suffered Thursday in a car-truck collision at the junction of Indiana 1 and.Indiana 67 at Redkey. His bride of a few hours, Loretta, 19, was killed in the crash. The Scotts were married earlier Thursday in Coldwater, Mich. Reach Compromise On Canadian Pact WASHINGTON (UPI)—House and Senate - negotiators have agreed on a compromise to implement the U. S. automotive tfade agreement with Canada. The agreement provides for elimination of all tariffs on new cars and new car parts shipped by manufacturers between the two nations. The compromise eliminated a Senate provision which would' have required reimposition of U. S. tariffs if Canada changed its proviate side agreements with Canadian subsidiaries of U. S. auto firms. The conferees substituted a provision which only requires the President to submit a report to Congress ii there is any change in the side agreements. ARMS ESTIMATED SEOUL (UPI) — Communist North Korea has an army of 440,000 men supported by 1,800 guns and 900 tanks, it was reported Friday. According to a booklet issued by the South Korean Defense Ministry, North Korea also has some 160 naval vessels, about 680 .airplanes most of which are jet-powered and a militia of one million men. Double Alarms'" JOPLIN, Mo. (UPI) — -Firemen ans.w.ered two alarms Thursday, one at the home of Edward Trease and the other at the home of his brother, Arthur. The flames damaged a bedroom at Arthur's home and a sofa at Edward's residence. Both Edward and Arthur are city firemen. Bombs (Continued from Page One) height of rescue operations for victims of the first stadium blast. The Communists used the same tactic on June 26 when a bomb exploded at the My Canh floating restaurant on the Saigon River and a second cut down rescue workers. The toll in that explosion was 34 dead including 12 Americans. . The blast killed eight.police cadets in a column marching to noon mess and three youths who were riding by on bicycles. Five cadets were injured. The other victims were Vietnamese living near the Chinese 'sector of Saigon. . A U.S. spokesman expressed the embassy's' "absolute horror at this atrocious act calculated to strike a great many innocent persons including children." He said the bombing was "'quite in the Viet Cong style" Four Planes Lost A U.S. military spokesman reported four American planes were lost today, three in South Viet Nam and a fourth in North Viet Nam; A spokesman said the three America pilots and an American news photographer were killed in the South Viet Nam crashes. The American .photographer was. killed in the collision of two Air Force Skyraiders near Qui .Nhon," 245 miles northeast of Saigon. He was identified as Berni Kolenberg of the Albany Times Union, Albany, N.Y. He was the first newsman to die in the Viet Nam war. An, F4C Navy phantom "was shot down over North -Viet Nam by ground fire. The two crewmen aboard were seen to eject safely from their crippled aircraft but apparently were captured by the 'Communists who have threatened to try captured pilots as war criminals. EVER HAPPEN TO YOU? ByBlcfo TRE COSTUME Of? HOW TO MAKE ?0? FEEL UK£ A FOOL, MOMMY THINK YOLr-fSe OL-I7 EMOIKSH TO Go OUT WITH © King Features Syndicate. Inc.. '965. y or lj rights reserved. No One Injured In Two Mishaps Here No one was injured in two traffic accidents investigated here by local police and the sheriff's department. One auto was damaged an estimated $350 and another $25 in a three-vehicle accident in the 300 block of North Michigan Avenue at 5:30 p. m. Friday. Police said William Ellenberg, 18, Greensburg, reported he was driving into Michigan Avenue from the North Michigan Trailer Court and the brakes on his auto failed. The Ellenberg auto, as it came into the avenue, struck the right rear wheel of a truck driven northwest by James T. Britt, 28, Shelbyville, and then struck the right rear fender of an auto parked in front of the Speed Wash No. 2 laundramat. The parked auto belonged to Patricia R. Koester, 28, R. R. 3. Damage to the 1957-model Ellenberg auto was estimated at $350 and that to the parked auto at $25. No damage was reported to the truck. At 4:10 p. m. Friday, the front of a small foreign sports car. was damaged an estimated $150 when srtuck by a semi-trailer rolling backwards in a line of traffic waiting at the railroad crossing on the west edge of Greensburg. Sheriff Irvin Gidley said the semi-trailer loaded with steel and operated by Howard Thomas Sosby, 19, R. R. 5, Paris, Ky., was headed east when it rolled back into the front of the auto operated by,Anna C. Muller, 20, Bloomington. Sosby applied the brakes just as the truck crashed into the auto, the sheriff said. Chronic Absence Is Cause for Dismissal INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — The Indiana Appellate Court held Friday that chronic absence from work is justifiable cause for dismissal from work. The court upheld the Indiana Employment Security Division Review Board which denied Oliver L. Thompson unemployment compensation on grounds he lost his job with Hygrade Food Products, Inc., through "misconduct." Evidence was that during 1963 Thompson was absent 7 days without notice, 9 days on personal business, 121 days for illness for which he was paid and three weeks for vacation. '' y "Chronic absence without no tice and without permission amounts to misconduct" under Indiana law, the court ruled. Circuit Court In the complaint for rent and damages filed l>y Howard M. and Raymond R. Pleak against Roscoe E. and Emma Rafferty, arguments heard on the motion to make complaint moire specific were taken under advisement. ,In the complaint for damages and breach of warranty filed by Lillian Dwenger against the Arab Termite and Pest Control Company, arguments on the consolidated motion to strike and make complaint more specific were heard and taken under advisement. In the complaint for damages filed by Hilmar Dwenger Jr., and others, against the Arab Termite and Pest Control Company, arguments- on the demurrer to the cross-complaint were taken under advisement. In the estate of the late Fannie J. Minor, the report of sale of real estate to L. Wayne and Lucille Miers for the sum of $5,600 was approved and the deed ordered delivered. In the petition for partition .of real estate filed by Sylvia McClintic, and others, against Ida T. McClintic, and others, defendant Ida T. McClintic filed answer. A supplemental report of distribution has been submitted in the estate of the late Beulah Mae DeMoss. The Veterans Administration filed waiver of notice in the guardianship of Larry Gray. An inventory and appraisement of all property submitted in the estate of the late Lillie Mae Elliott were approved. In the divorce litigation filed by Katherine Hall against Clyde L. Hall the support order was modified to provide that defendant is to: Pay $7.50 per week support beginning Oct. 7, except for two weeks during summer vacation; pay all reasonable medical and drug bills and school book expenses; and pay within 60 lays $24 advanced by Minnie Catherine Switzer. The defendant is to have the child with him for visitation the first weekend of each month and for two weeks during summer vacation. All visitations are to be at the home of the grandmother, Emma Hall. The defendant also is to pay $35 preliminary attor- Greendxir, (W.) PaHy Newi, Saturday, Oct. 2.1965 PASS 5 ney fees within 60 days. The plaintiff was granted a divorce Feb. 10, 1951. The foreign will of the late Edwin L. Westerfeld, who died April 24, 1963 in Hamilton County, Ohio, has been admitted to probate in this court. The will, which involves real estate in this county valued at $10,000, bequeaths all property to the widow, Elsie S. Westerfeld. The will was made Sept. 22,1956, and witnessed by John E. Keeshan and Louis J. Kull. Joyce Joyce HINGHAM, Mass. (UPI) — A North Weymouth girl will have identical first and last names when she weds. Miss Joyce Mary Barrett applied Thursday for a license to wed Joseph C. Joyce of Hingham. Her mother's maiden name was Celia Joyce. His mother's maiden name was Mary A. Barrett. The two families are not related. Suspend Police On Brutality Charges GARY, Ind. (UPI) - Two police officers were suspended today after being convicted by the Police Civil Service Commission on brutality charges. The three-member commission found Melan Uselac and James Millard guilty on charges of conduct unbecoming an officer and neglect of duty. The commission decreed that the suspensions are effective retroactive to Sept. 9. Uselac previously was cleared of similar. charges in another case. The two officers we're accused of allegedly threatening three Hobart Twp. youths and shoving a gun barrel down the throat of one of them. The youths, Harry Reynolds, 20; Nicholas Demo, and Robert Henkle, 19, said the incident happened in downtown Gary recently while they were looking for a restaurant. We have that support ^ '; for your SACKING BACK your doctor prescribes a back support—or any other support for that matter—bring the prescription to us. One of our skilled technicians will carefully select and personally fit the OTC PROFESSIONAL SUPPORT appropriate for your individual need. Filling prescriptions is our business, you know ... and thatlncludes support prescriptions;*.' 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