Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on October 19, 1965 · Page 4
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Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 4

Greensburg, Indiana
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Tuesday, October 19, 1965
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South Bend Probing Attacks on Students SOUTH SEND, Ind. (UPI)— South Bend Police Chief Irvin Hampton Monday ordered two additional patrol autos and two walking policemen into an area of; the city where attacks on University of Notre Dame students have taken place in the last several days. The action was revealed to a gathering of about 1,500 students Moday afternoon by Student Council President Michner Lewis, a Chicago senior who met with local officials to discuss the problem. An estimated 2,000 Notre Dame students marched on the city's downtown area late Sunday to protest the attacks, five of which occurred between last Friday and Sunday. Lewis said the discussion be- Claude M. Brocker Dies at Cortland Claude M. Brocker, 82, of Cortland, father of Mrs. Carmen Pavy, R. R. 4, Greensburg, died Monday at his home. He had been a rural mail carrier until his retirement several years ago. Mr. Brocker was born Oct. 7, 1883, in Jackson County, the son of William and Josephine Brocker. He married Nova Wheeler in Jackson County in June, 1912. She survives. They had always lived in the same county. Other survivors are three daughters: Mrs. Pavy, Mrs. Eldena Dariage, R. R. 1, Cortland, and Mrs. Betty Robertson, R. R. 2, Roachdale; two brothers, Everett Brocker, of New Lebanon, and William Brocker, Seymour, and seven grandchildren. Funeral services have not been announced. The body rests at the Voss Mortuary in Seymour, with interment planned for Riverview Cemetery there. Find Giant Sweet Potato 'A giant sweet potato, weighing 8% pounds, was found in the garden of Mr. and.Mrs. William Niehoff, R. R. 1, Milroy. The unusually large specimen measured seven inches across and its long diameter was nine inches. BruMuKnecht of this city, the Niehoff s son-in-law, who brought the "whopper" into the Daily News Office, said it»was the only sweet potato on that particular vine. tween student council members and Mayor Lloyd Allen and Hampton were set up following the quieting of the disturbance by campus and school leaders. Three Problems He told the students three main problems were presented to the officials, including the lack of modern street lights in the area and student charges of "inadequate police protection." Lewis said Allen told him the matter of obtaining more street lights for the section near the South Bend campus would be considered, while Hampton ordered the beefed up units into the area. A meeting was scheduled for Thursday night with student leaders and prominent South Bend citizens to discuss what the students feel is a more deep-seated problem leading to the attacks, Lewis said. "We are all aware of the deep-seated problems which the attacks have manifested," Lewis said. "Therefore we are to meet with prominent South Bend citizens Thursday night to discuss whai. type of long-range action could be taken to avoid the situation." Head Off Group Monday, student leaders and priests headed off another group of between 100 and 150 students 'who threatened to march to downtown South Bend before they could get off the campus. In the latest incident, James Perkins, 21, Oconomowoc, Wis., told police he was attacked by a youth with a straight razor. Perkins was treated for cuts on both arms and released from a local hospital. Lewis closed his report by telling the group MOP day afternoon that he felt the situation was now "under control" and thanking them for what he termed "responsible and orderly" behavior. "I feel it will continue," he said. New Bethel Dognaping MILAN, Italy (UPI)—One woman and two men were in jail today on charges of kidnaping dogs and cats for ransom. Police said Angela Mino, 31, Gianni Sestino Tamiglia,. • 21, and Giuseppe Casagrande were arrested this week after kidnaping a valuable collie and asking $160 ransom. MY BROTHER HAS *50O IN HIS INSURED SAVINGS AND LowJ ASSOCIATION. WHATS HE SAVING R>R? Tb HELP PAY HIS WAY THROUGH COLLEGE. ITS PEOPIE UKE THAT wnc> eive rou /VN INFERIORITY C6MPIEX. Even a little saved regularly soon grows into a nice reserve. Excellent earnings help. Greensburg Building and Loan Association South Side Square frg&tonVt-Kfr .>i... - '<• Mr. and Mrs. Bob Struben and Gary held a birthday dinner in honor of her mother, Mrs. Lucy Robinson, Sunday. Those pres ent were Mr. and Mrs. Bruca Gahimer and children, Mr. anc Mrs. Ed Redicker and Donna Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mullin and Mr. • and Mrs. Frank Mullin ol Shelbyville. Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Tempest, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hockersmith and son had dinner Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tempest, and William. Afternoon and evening callers were Mrs. Beatrice Ernstes and children. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Tempest, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Poer, Bob Struben and Ed Redicker. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hardesty of North Vernon had a daughter born Tuesday night at the Columbus hospital. It is the third child, all girls, for the Hardes ty's. The new baby has been named Kathy Jean and she weighed seven pounds, five ounces. Mrs. Hardesy is the former Jackie Gahimer. Kathy is the 10th grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. Bob Struben. Dinner guests Sunday of Ed Cunningham and daughter were Miss Linda Cunningham of Anderson and Miss Jean Peterson of Markleville. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Gholson and Rhonda. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lutz and Shirley visited Mrs. Minnie Dixon and brother Saturday evening. Mrs. Esther Tempest and children, Mrs. Mabel Tempest and Mark Foust of Grammer were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Mary Tempest and Delores. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Tempest. Mrs. Lois Gholson and daugh ter and Mrs. Frankie Hampton called on Mrs. Louise Krom Friday afternoon. Mrs. Mary Tempest and Delores called on Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson and Mrs. Esther Tempest and children Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Lutz of Dayton, 0., visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lutz, Sunday evening. Last week's visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Low were Mr and Mrs. Dan Pansier and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Low and Sam Beck. Gary Struben attended a party at the home of Greg Johnston Saturday night. - Mr-.-and-Mrs.- Harlaee- Ponsler visited Mr. and Mrs. Terry Mozingo Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mozingo and sons had supper Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hockersmith. They celebrated Carl's birthday. Vera Tempest and Irene and Scott Hockersmith attended a party at the home of Mrs. Peggy Robbins Tuesday night. Guests Saturday night of Mr and Mrs. Harlaee Ponsler were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Sporleder of Zenas, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Reed of Greensburg, and Carol Reed and Marge Schroeder of Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. Basil Smith called on Ed Cunningham and daughter last week. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Rowe and Cheryl and Mrs. Mae Low visited Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Rowe of Indianapolis Sunday. Dinner guests Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ponsler were Mrs. Florence Ponsler and Mrs. Anna Ponsler. Mary and Mark Gearhart were dinner guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Noble Krom. Dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Gholson and Rhonda of Westport. • Scott and Irene Hockersmith and Vera Tempest visited Mrs. Mary Tempest and Delores last week. Sympathy is extended to Mrs. Lucy Robinson and Mr. and Mrs Bob Struben in the death of their grandson and nephew, Jimmy Painter. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ponsler and Karla celebrated their first wedding anniversary in Illinois visiting her folks, Mr. and Mrs. Webster Lang, last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Struben and Gary and Miss Karen Hardesty visited Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hardesty of Seymour last week Mr. and Mrs. Harlaee Ponsler were in Rushvilte Thursday. Last week's callers of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ponsler were Mrs. Stella Burgess and daughter, Mrs. Pearl Black, Mrs. Bobby Black and son, Sam and Kelly Beck and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Spicer. Bernard Low visited Fred Low Sunday afternoon. Bill Reese visited Mr. and Mrs. Bob Struben and Gary Thursday night. The new home being built for Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hockersmith and son is now under roof. New Isle runners were placed in the New Bethel church last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wynn of Westport visited Mrs. Maggie Welch Thursday. The New Bethel Ladies Aid will meet at the Community Suilding next Wednesday, Greewbiirg (Ind.) Daily Newi^Tue»Jay, Oct. 19.1965 Two WomeYi Die In Evansville Crash By United Press International Two women were killed in an accident near Evansville today, raising Indiana's 1965 traffic fatality toll to at least 1,158 compared with 1,077 a year ago. Police identified the victims as Janie Steager, Indianapolis, and Rosalee Pearson, whose address was not known. A car in which they were riding overturned on a sharp curve of U.S. 460 near Degonia Springs, east of Boonville, hit a utility pole and rolled over. Injured were James Dunn, 59, and Clarence Steager, 65, both of Louisville. They were taken to an Evansville hospital. Tests Begin For Monday's Space Shot SPACE CENTER, Houston (UPI) — A "launch readiness'' demonstration was planned today for the Agena, the target satellite astronauts Walter Schirra and Thomas P. Stafford will try to rendezvous with on their 46-hour Gemini 6 orbital voyage Oct. 25. It .was part of the final week of crucial tests for the "space tag" orbital flight of Gemini 6. At the same time, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration made ready for the two-week Gemini 7 project. If everything goes well, it could blast off by Dec. 9. Mission reviews and safety checks at the Cape Kennedy firing pads are scheduled for this weekend. If all goes according to schedule, the Agena will be launched from Cape Kennedy's Pad 14 into an orbit 185 mites high at 11 a.m., EOT, Oct. 25. The astronauts hope to give chase in the Gemini 6 capsule in a blast-off 101 minutes afterward. Seven deaths Monday pushed the toll higher. Mrs: Laura A. Morris, 61, Franklin, was killed Monday night when her car went out of control and hit a utility pole in Franklin. Police said damage to the car was relatively minor but the victim sustained a broken neck. Police said Leo L. Puckett 58, Columbia City, was killed when his auto crossed the centerline of Indiana 205, went off the left side of the road and traveled 170 feet before slamming into a tree broadside. Hit By Train •Delia Moore Bowling, 55, Kokomo, was killed and three persons injured slightly Monday when her auto was struck by a Norfolk and Western freight brain at a Kokomo crossing. Police said the woman was thrown from the auto and swept under the train. Three deaths from previous injuries were reported earlier. Dorothy Williams, 21, Indianapolis, died in a hospital at her hometown of injuries she suffered two weeks ago in a car- truck crash on Indiana 67 near Spencer, while Janas Meyers, 20, Fort Wayne, died of injuries she received Friday afternoon in a two-car crash. Michael-Hazelwood, 5, Indianapolis, died in Methodist Hospital, Indianapolis, Monday night from injuries received when he was struck by a car Saturday as he crossed a capital city street. The car's driver, Ted O'Bannon, 30, Indianapolis, was not held. Lawrence Lynch, 67, Munster, was killed late Monday when his car swerved out of control on old U.S. 41 near Schneider and crashed into a tree. All-White Frat At I. U. Pledges Negro BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (UPI) —An all-white fraternity at Indiana University has pledged a Negro student from South: Bend; in what may be'the first break of the color barrier in the school's history. Delta Upsilon over the weekend pledged Leo Ward, a junior majoring in music. The fraternity's rush chairman said the fraternity nationally has pledged Negroes on other campuses. Dr. Herbert Smith, director of inter-fraternity affairs, said this was the first time in his seven years in his capacity that a Negro has been pledged to an all- white fraternity on the Indiana campus. Last year a white student pledged the all-Negro Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity at IU. Services Held For Mrs. Luella Metz Funeral services for Mrs. Luella D. Metz, 80, a lifelong resident of the Kingston community, were largely attended here Monday afternoon. She. died Friday at Memorial Hospital. The Rev. Stan Ray, pastor of the Kingston Presbyterian Church, officiated. •''Entombment .was in the South Park Mausoleum. The pall bearers were Richard Clark, Okey LeMasters, Earle Hamilton, Clarence Wenning, Clarence Fisse and Gene McCoy. LINK WILL FILED WU1 of the late Charles E. Link, involving an estate with the estimated value of $5,000, has been admitted to. probate in Decatur Circuit Court. The will, made April 5,1962, and witnessed by Leon J. Humbert and Elizabeth S. Woodfill, bequeaths all property to the widow, Mabel L. Link, who was appointed executor in accordance with terms of the will. Circuit Court revealed and the new ones drawn r or next year. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kline and Mrs. Maurice Richards called on Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Allee Monday afternoon. Mrs. Marjorie Reasoner of Greensburg spent Thursday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Allee. They called on Irene and Scott Hockersmith. Miss Linda Cunningham and Miss Julie Peterson were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. *Joble Krom recently. Klan (Continued from Pag* One) "This is an inquiry, not a prosecution," he said. Willis urged witnesses, who were expected to include klans- men, former Klan members, [aw enforcement officers and victims of aUeged Klan violence, to testify truthfully and completely. First Witness Robert Shelton, 36, of Tuscaloosa, Ala., imperial wizard of the United Klans of America, was to be the first witness after committee staff members outlined Man organization and tactics. Willis said the hearings, expected to take at least 13 weeks, were aimed at determining the objectives and purposes of the Klan, its affiliated organizations and groups that support and defend the hooded nightriders. The committee was prepared with a list of lawyers to provide Shelton if he tried to stall by appearing without counsel. This could force the panel to adjourn the first public meeting until Wednesday. The committee has subpoenaed not only Klansmen, but others with intimate knowledge of the hooded order. It has issued more than. 200. subpoenas and its initial hearings are expected to run until Thanksgiving. NEVER BEFORE ...priceless paint quality at a price this low! Superb colors! Tops in quality! Quick and easy! Dries in SO minutes! No painty odorat Now at our store... Get acquainted SPECIAL SALE This week only BATTERTON'S West Side Drug Store — The divorce action filed by Judy L. Ayers against Michael R. Ayers has been assigned for trial Nov. 5. Evidence heard in the transfers of claim filed by Kenneth L. Hobbs and Martha N. Hobbs against the estate of the late Leota Bertha Lucas has been taken under advisement. In the complaint for damages filed by Sally C. Heidrich against Everett L. Ray the defendant has been ruled to answer the complaint on or before Oct. 25. In the complaint in subrogation filed by the American States Insurance Company against Floyd D. Engel the defendant's motion to make the complaint more specific has been, set for argument Oct. 22. The inheritance tax division filed waiver of notice in the estate of the late Clarence W. Bartholomew. The widow filed schedule for determination of inheritance tax and it was referred to the asessor for appraisement. In the complaint for damages filed by William Luke against Ronald G. Burch the demurrer to the complaint was sustained an dthe plaintiff filed an amended complaint. The defendant was ruled to answer the amended complaint on or before Oct. 28. A final report submitted in the estate of the late Anna K. Menkhaus was approved and the estate continued for report of distribution, i The assessor filed appraisement in the estate of the late Fannie .J. Minor showing gross value of the estate to be $41,872.96. Finding was that tax is due in the sum of $1,276.60. The transfer of claim filed by Gerald Robert Hobbs against the estate of the late Leota Bertha Lucas hasl)een dismissed by the claimant. Carlie Johnson, 22, Kokomo, charged with theft in an affidavit filed last Aug. 5, has been denied a motion for change of venue from county. In the complaint for condemnation filed by the Board of Decatur County Commissioners against William N. Crenshaw the court-appointed appraisers filed their report showing damages totaling $500. DINAH MITE "I FELT SORRY FOR HIM. HE STARTED TO FLY TOO SOON AND THE GROUND'S TOO KARDI" Johnson (Continued Uom Pace One} the area of his large incision tended to reinforce a guess by Moyers that Johnson would be in the hospital for at least another two days. This would make a full two weeks confinement for the (President, within the general forecast of his doctors at the time of his operation Oct. 8. Moyers said that Johnson's work level was picking up. He said the President devoted some time to studying reports on legislation awaiting his signature. More of the same was expected today. But, said Moyers, the walking had tired Johnson "very greatly." "It is going to take the President longer to regain his strength and return to the peak of activity prior to his opera- t i o n...l o n g e r than anyone thought," Moyers said, adding that this included the Chief Executive's doctors. The Almanac By United Press International Today is Tuesday, Oct. 19| the 292nd day of 1965 with 7S4o follow. The moon is approaching 4ts new phase. . ' ! • The morning star is Jupiter> The evening stars are Mans, Venus, and Saturn. .V On this day in history: , In 1781, Lord CornwalliS; surrendered his British troops ,at Yorktown, Va. , In 1814, the "Star-Spangled Banner" was sung at Baltimore, Md., for the first time. In 1936, three newspaper reporters ended their around the world airplane race when H. Jl. Ekins landed at Lakehurst, N^> The time: 18 days, 11 hours, 14 minutes, 33 seconds. t , In 1954, Great Britain and Egypt signed a new Suez patej; providing for withdrawal of Brjr tish troops from the canal. .,'; A thought for the day: man writer Thomas Kempig said: "'Be not angry that you cannot make others as you wish them to be, since you cannot make yourself as yog. wish." ,;; Now You Know, p The desert-traveling camel--' can drink brackish or salt : water without ill effects if fresh water is not available, according to Natural History > ' Magazine. ''• For Society — 663-3111. The changing season . . . Calls For A Visit To Hubert Sport Cools _ $22.50 to $32.50 Slacks _____ $8.95 to $15.95 Sweaters $5.95 to $14.95 $45 to $65 Suits Your Best Bet Is ...:.. 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