Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on October 18, 1965 · Page 5
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Greensburg, Indiana
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Monday, October 18, 1965
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Anti-War Groups Set March on Washington . By United Press International Critics of. U. S. foreign policy, encouraged by weekend demonstrations which drew thousands of persons into the streets of American cities to protest the war hi Viet Nam, looked ahead .today to a march on Washington. A nationwide "call to mobilize the conscience of America" by marching on the capital was issued in a handbill circulated in 'Chicago Sunday night at an anti-war meeting. . Meanwhile, there were indi- . cations of a possible investigation . into the operation of Students for a Democratic Society. (SDS), one of the participants in the demonstrations. The group has started a campaign to encourage servicemen and draft eligible men to become conscientious objectors and avoid military service. The date for the proposed march on Washington was Nov. 27. the day after the conclusion (ADVERTISEMENT) MUSCULAR ACHES-PAINS Take PRUVO tablets when you want temporary relief from minor aches and pains and body stiffness often associated with Arthritis, Rheumatism, Bursitis, Lumbago, Backache and Painful Muscular aches. Lose these discomforts or your money back. BEESON'S REXALL DRUG STORE And all drug counters. of a scheduled four-day convention of the National Coordinating Committee to end the war in Viet Nam. which directed the weekend protests. Frank Emspak, chairman of the National Coordinating Committee, hailed the demonstra- Services at Sunman For Miss Gross, 73 SUNMAN, Ind. — Miss Laura Mae Gross, 73, Sunman, died Sunday at the Margaret Mary Hospital, Batesville. Survivors include: A brother, Henry Gross, Sunman; and two sisters, Mrs. Carrie Davis, Cincinnati, and Mrs. Elizabeth Galbraith, Jamestown, N. Y. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p. m. Tuesday at the Cook Furreral Home in Sunman. Burial will be in the St. Paul Cemetery near Sunman. Friends may call at the funeral home. Clay Farm Bureau To Honor 4-H Youths Efforts of 4-H youth from Clay Township will be recognized at the meeting of the Clay Township Farm Bureau at 7:30 p. m Wednesday in the Burney school. John Maxwell, county agent in charge of youth work, will present pins and other awards during the program. Refreshments will be served following the business session. ROAD 3, NORTH CITY LIMITS Prices Effective Thru Saturday. Quantity Rignis Reserved. REGULAR STORE HOURS Open Mon. through Thurs., 8 a. m. to 9 p. m.; Fri., 8 a. m. to 9-30 p, m.: Sat., 8 a. m. to 9 p. m.; Sun., 9 a. in. to 6 p. m. • •-• - - -- FRYERS 27 riiT UP LB. 29c. WHOLE, LB. .._. ________ Ai M CUT UP, LB. 29c. WHOLE, LB. SUGAR SOUTHDOWN -. POTATOES 20°-59' AI I.PURPOSE ^H^^ *^ * ALL-PURPOSE DEL MONTE SALE tions from his headquarters hi Madison, Wis., and said there would be similar action in the future. "I think the government got the message," Emspak said. "The message was that a very large number of people disagree with American policy in Viet Nam. Our expectations were wonderfully fulfilled." Emspak said demonstrations were held hi about 60 cities and more than 100,000 persons participated. Before the weekend, the committee had predicted demonstrations in more than 100 U.S. cities. The two largest demonstrations were held at New York City, where an estimated 13,000 persons paraded up Fifth Avenue, and hi Berkeley, Calif., where a march to the Oakland Army Terminal was twice turned back by police. Violence marked both events, with the demonstrators being on the receiving end. Attend Banquet Of Farm, Labor, Business The tenth annual banquet of the Farm-Labor-Small Business Council on mutual problems Saturday at Ball State University was attended by James V. Kite, John Paul Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dale Brown of the Decatur County N. F. 0. Featured speaker was Arnold Paulson, businessman from Granite Falls, Minn., who talked on the national economic problem with agriculture as the cause. His address was entitled "Is Indiana Headed for Economic Disaster?" Jake Roberts of the Indiana AFL-CIO welcomed the guests and Hobart Butler, Indiana commissioner of Labor, introduced Lt. Gov. Robert Rock. " Plaques recognizing outstanding work for the council were presented to J. W. McKinsey, chairman of the Indiana N. F. 0.; Harold Wright of the Delaware County Farmers Union; Ernie Krug, Muncie businessman; Andy Chandler of the Factory Inspection Division of the Indiana .Department- of Labor; and Jack Reid of the Muncie Labor Council. A choral group from Muncie Central High School provided entertainment and a group of honor journalism students from Muncie Southside High School were introduced. Gremstuifl (InJ.) Daily News MCE5 St. Paul 303 CAN PEACHES NO. 2}i CAN WHOLE GREEN BEANS CORN WHITE OR YELLOW. 303 CAN PUMPKIN NO. 2U CAN CATSUP 14-OZ. BOTTLE TOMATO JUICE PRUNE JUICE FRUIT COCKTAIL FRUIT COCKTAIL K0 . „ CAN CRUSHED PINEAPPLE SLICED PINEAPPLE , , ^ . NO. 2 CAN 23c 23c I7c I7c I9c 28c 36c 23c 35c 27c 3lc ORANGE JUICE SEALD SWEET FROZEN. 6-OZ. CAN Miss Pam Pike, a graduate of the House of James Beauty School in Indianapolis, has opened a beauty salon here. James Lavour is a patient in Major Hospital, Shelbyville. Terry Clark of Knox was the Sunday guest of friends and relatives here. Mrs. Myron Clark is visiting her son, James, and wife at Knox. Myron Clark has returned home from a visit with relatives in Kansas. Rev. and Mrs. Daniel Kapornyai and children are visiting relatives in Ohio for a week. 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Wish on Thursday-GREEN — joy'h foreseen/ Wish on Friday VIOLET — your happiness H a belt Wish on Saturday YELLOW-meania date with a fellow t Huntington's NORTH SIDE SQUARE By United Press International Three persons were killed on Indiana highways Sunday, pushing the weekend traffic toll to 14 and the 1965 total to 1,148 compared with 1,071 a year ago. Two-month-old Jonathan Neil Batista was killed Sunday afternoon when hurled through the windshield of an auto driven by his father, Albert J. Batista, Brazil. Police said the Batista vehicle collided head on with another car driven by Everett Allen Jr., R. R. 5, Greencastle, at a turn in a Putnam County road atoout nine miles south of Greencastle. David Sapp, 19, Harlan, was killed Sunday morning when an auto he was riding in went out of control on a county road about a mile north of Kendallville and ricocheted off four trees. Curtis Heron, 25, Garrett, was killed on Indiana 8 near Auburn in a one-car crash Sunday. His auto failed to negotiate a bend in the road called "Dead Man's Curve." Injuries Fatal The figure for the year also increased Sunday with the death,.of a woman injured before the start" of, the weekend counting period. Mrs. Martha Jones, 42, Indianapolis, died in a capital city hospital of, injuries she suffered Oct. 9 when she was struck by a hit- and- run car in Indianapo-' lis. Authorities have'not apprehended the driver. Authorities were chasing an auto late Saturday night when Air Crash Kills Two Hoosiers SPENCER, Ind. (UPI)—Two men were killed Sunday when their small single-engine plane crashed and burst into flames in a wooded section of a farm about seven miles northwest of Spencer. Authorities said the men, Marvin Smith, 30, Indianapolis, and Karl Zdenek, 32, Zionsville, were killed when the craft apparently suffered an engine failure. They said witnesses told them the engine apparently failed and the craft went into a 90-degree bank before striking the tops of trees in the wooded section. Police said the plane went down on the James Clark farm shortly after taking off from a landing strip nearby. They said the men, executives of Indianapolis-based firms, were in a single-engine Navion plane. Smith was piloting the four- seater craft -when it plunged into the trees. it crashed along U.S: 150 near Paoli and rammed . a utility pole. Jane Busick, 18, Paoli, was killed. Chursel Marker, 58, Crown Point, and His wife, Louise, 57, were killed late Saturday when their auto collided with another vehicle driven by Leon Headen, 28, Gary, at the Gary-East Chicago "border. Police said Headen, seriously injured, was charged with reckless and drunken driying and driving without a license. They said he was convicted on manslaughter charges in connection with , a traffic fatality accident j n i960. Another two-car crash .-Saturday claimed .the life' of Joseph Looney, 69, Charlestown, at the intersection of U.S. 31E and Indiana 356 in Scott County.. Irvin. Woodard, 34, South Bend, was killed Saturday when struck by an. auto in South Bend. Bonnie Mae .MoCulley, 47, died Saturday of injuries she suffered late Friday ,at the. intersection of a county road and U.S. 31 north' of Seymour when two cars ; collided.. { Also during the weekend, 2- year-old Barbara Lytle died in an Indianapolis hospital from injuries suffered last Thursday when a car driven' by her father, Clyde Lytle, 23, Craw- rordsville, struck the rear, of a road oiler truck on U.S. 136 near Crawfordsville. Lytle was killed in the collision. Kurt Hyatt, 38, Valparaiso, and James Wagner, 29, Indianapolis, also were listed as Saturday wreck victims.. Hyatt was killed when two trucks collided at the intersection of U.S. '421 and U.S. 30 in LaPorte County, while Wagner was killed when his auto sideswiped a truck on Indiana 37 near Bloomington. Ruibe Arnett, 33, Silver Lake, and Hazel Wyatt, 57, and Earnest Clark, 43, both of Indianapolis, were killed in two separate accidents Friday night, :he Indianapolis residents in a crash on Indiana 67 near Gosport. : Two Men Drown In Indiana Mishaps By United Press International Two persons'drowned in separate accidents in Indiana over the weekend! Earl L. Devillez, 54, New Bos;on, drowned Saturday when he fell from a small boat into Anderson Creek near Troy. A com- sanion said he tried unsuccessfully to pull Devillez back into the boat. Harry S. Meister, 56, Craw- 'ordsville, drowned Sunday when he fell from a pier at Lake Holiday near Crawfordsville. A Date to Remember Wednesday c£ 20 Annual Dinner Meeting Decatur County Red Cross 12 Noon at Peaceful Acres, R- R. 1, Greensburg. For dinner reservations contact .the Red Cross office at once. Far News Items Here Call 663-4622, ask for Doris Vanderbor A FULL SERVICE BANK Kidnaped Woman Shot; Companion Escapes in Canal CLEVELAND (UPI) — A kidnaped woman was shot to death in the waters of the Ohio Canal Sunday when she and a male companion were attempting to escape'from one of two gunmen who abducted them from an Akron nightclub. Police identified the victim as Mrs. Florence Kosciewicz, 46, of suburban Valley View. Her companion, Harry E. Scott, 38, of Bath, escaped a similar fate by remaining beneath the water as the gunman fired 12 times. .The alleged slayer, Clyde Almeda, 30,.of El Monte, Calif., was captured later in Akron. Police said they found a .32 ua- liber pistol and a wallet belonging to Scott _in Almeda's hotel room. Chatted In Car Scott, who identified Almeda as the slayer, -.told police that Almeda and another man, later identified as Vincent James Podojil, 28, -Hollywood, Calif., kid- naped him' and Mrs. Kosciewicz at gunpoint while they were chatting in-the victim's card shortly after \ leaving a night club. r • Scott said Almeda got into the car and ordered the couple to follow' another car par parked nearby being driven by Podojfl. As th§ cars crossed into Independence, an adjacent suburb, police stopped Podojil for a routine check. Not satisfied with Podojil's replies and credentials, police detained him. The car with Scott' and Mrs. Kosciewicz turned around and went down canal road, where Scott said he and the woman were ordered out. Their Only Chance /Scott said Mmeda pointed a gun at them and said, "this is it." "I felt the only chance we had was to jump into the canal," Scott-said. Mrs. Kosciewicz apparently panicked as Scott tried to hold her under water to escape the gunfire. Scott said she broke loose and; when she surfaced,' was greeted by a volley of shots from an automatic pistol. She. died in the water. Podojil overpowered Patrick Jobless Claims Decrease in Area \ - • • Unemployment compensation claims in the Columbus area dropped from 229 to 205 last week. Last year at the same time 424 claims were filed in the area. The drop of 24 from Hie previous week occurred primarily in adjacent counties as Bartholomew County, claimants filed 131 claims, only two less than last week. North Vernon residents filed 20 claims, five less, Seymour filed 36 claims, 10 less,, and Greensburg residents filed 18 claims, down seven. Discenza, one of the Valley View policemen who was escorting him to jail. He pulled a gun and ordered the officer to turn the car around. Discenza said ne stopped at an intersection and when Podojil turned around to see if they were 'being followed, grabbed the gun and forced it into Podojil's stomach. Podojil was then taken to jail hi Independence. Rites at Versailles For Former Senator VERSAILLES, Ind. — Funeral rites for J. Francis Lochard, 90, former state senator from Ripley County, will be held at 2 p. m. Wednesday in Bovard Funeral Home here, followed by burial in Cliff Hill Cemetery. . The Versailles Masonic Lodge, of which he was a member, will hold graveside services. Visitation will be after noon Tuesday. He died Friday hi his home at Gulf Port, Fla., where he located after retirement. Mr. Lochard, who was treasurer of the Milan Furniture Manufacturing Company for 20 years, served 12 years hi the State Senate of the Indiana General Assembly and was Ripley County auditor for a period of 17 years. .During his residence hi Repley County he lived at Milan, Batesville and Versailles. Survivors include a daughter, Miss Josephine F. Lochard, of Gulf Port, Fla.; and a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Hunt of R. R. 3, Osgood. SUNDAY SCHOOL REPORTS ^ . Att. Col. 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