Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on October 19, 1965 · Page 5
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Greensburg Daily News Southeastern Indiana's Greatest Newspaper Published daily except Sunday and certain holidays by Greensburg News Publishing Company. Entered as Second Class matter at Greensburg (Ind.) -Post Office. . " Member—Hoosier State Press Assn.; Bureau of Advertising (ANPA); Indiana Republican Editorial Assn.; Inland Daily Press Assn. _ SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Carrier in City and Towns—Per Week 5 •*» By Mail (Indiana) Year In Advance — 1*-°° Six Months _ — 7.50 Three Months :.... 1. 4.00 Less Than Three Months—Month 2 -°° By Mail (Outside Indiana) Year - I 6 - 00 Six Months 8.50 Three Months 5.00 Leas Than Three Months—Month ,- — . . 2.50 -gall Subscriptions Cannot Be Accepted In Towns With Carrier Delivery Greensburg Standard Greensburg Daily Review -^reensburg Daily News Consolidated In Daily News PAGE 6 Promoted Established 1835 ".""."".".".".".""."Established 1870 ...Established Jan. 1, 1894 ....Jan. 1. 1918 SWOKN CIRCULATION SEPTEMBER 29, 1965 . 5775 Versailles State Park - 8th in Paid Visitors Versailles State Park has become one of the popular recreational areas in Indiana. In the fiscal year which ended June 30, 1965 the state park in Ripley County ranked eighth in paid attendance among Indiana state parks. From July, 1964 to June 30, 1965, according to State Conservation Department statistics, there were 105,125 paid admissions at Versailles State Park. The total attendance, including children under 12, was 202,649. When the figures for the current season are compiled, a new peak will be shown, as summer attendance in 1965 has exceeded that of 1964. Versailles State Park has a special advantage in the fact that it is the largest unit in the Indiana state park system. This means that future expansion will be possible. The greatest gain in paid admissions in the fiscal year was recorded by Raccoon Lake State Recreational Area in Parke County. The other six most popular state parks have an advantage which Versailles State Park nor Raccoon Lake dp not possess. They have hotel accommodations with , dining rooms. Additional of this type of facilities would greatly expand paid admissions to Versailles State Park. A major portion of the traffic to 'Versailles State Park uses U. S. 421 from Greensburg to proceed to Ripley .County. Visitors travel on Indiana 3, Indiana 46 and Interstate 74 to reach Versailles. The park at Versailles was established by the national park service in 1934. It was improved during subsequent years before it was taken over bv Indiana on April 6, 1943. Since then, it has been a unit of the Indiana state park system. In 1947, Decatur County, cooperated with Ripley and Dearborn Counties in appropriating $6,000 to acquire land for a lake development. This commitment of county funds has yielded returns in the form of additional business in Decatur County. The lake at the state park was ready for use in the summer of 1957. Construction of the lake was delayed for several years, due to litigation in connection with acquisition of land. The dam to impound waters of Laughery Creek was dedicated in the fall of 1956. At that time, Versailles State Park was attracting some 20,000 visitors annual. An official of the Indiana Conseravtion Department, speaking at the dedication of the dam, predicted that in the years ahead Versailles State Park would be visited by over 200,000 persons a year. That prediction was realized in the fiscal year of 1964-65. The future of Versailles State Park appears to be promising. While additional facilities will be required, ••there is ample space for expansion. More and more families are seeking camping accommodations, and these can be secured at Versailles State Park. Social Security Answers Q. I am age 64. I have earned $3.600 a year for the past ten years. If I retire at age 65. what will my monthly benefit be? A. About S112 per month. Q. Can all students receive social security benefits until age 22? A. No. You may be eligible for social security benefits only if one of your parents has retired, become disabled, or died. Q. My wife worked under social security for two years right before her death. I am supporting our children ages. 2. 4 and 5. Can the children receive benefits on their mother's account number? A. Yes. Since your wife had worked at least a year and a half in the 3 years prior to her death, she would be currently insured and the children would be entitled to monthly benefits. This is in addition to the lump- sum death payment payable on her account. You should file promptly for these benefits. Serves in South Machinist's Mate Second Class James E. Manlief. USN. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Manlief of R. R. 2. Greensburg, and husband of the former Miss Brenda J. Radford of Jacksonville, Fla., is serving at the U.S. Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Meridian, Miss. The station, part of the Naval Air Basic- Training Command, is the newest and most modern of its kind in the U.S. Its mission is to train future Navy and Marine Corps pilots. Before entering the service in i 'Apuib f 1861* n ?MenlieI - -attended Napoleon .'Highj School} i on • Bring with you proof of the children's ages. Q. I am past 65 and have a social security number but I have never worked nor have I ever received social security or railroad benefits. When do I sign up for "Medicare"? A. During the first enrollment period which began this September and ends March 31, 1966. You will then be covered for "Medicare" effective July 1966. Take proof of your age and your social security card with you when you go to enroll at your social security office. Q. I am a farmer. Since my net profit has always been low, I have been filing under the Optional Plan to report self-employment income of $1200 per year. Under the amendments have earnings reportable under the option been increased? A. Yes. Effective with tax year beginning after 12-31-65, if your farm gross is $2400 or more and your actual net is under $1600, you may report $1600 under the Optional Plan. If your farm gross is less than $2400 you may report two thirds of your gross earnings, instead of your actual net earnings, for social security purposes. Q. My husband retired and started receiving his benefits last May. I wish to apply for wife's benefits. Is there any time limit within which I must file for these benefits? A. Yes. Social security benefits can be paid for 12 months before the month an application is filed. To claim benefits beginning May, 1965, an application must be filed by (and no later than) May 1966. LAUNCH SATELLITE MOSCOW (UPI) — The Soviets announced today the launching of another unmanned space satellite in the Cosmos series. The' official Soviet news agency Tass said the vehicle, 93rd in the series, was carrying "scientific apparatus designed to continue the studies of outer space." GOP Race SUNLANDPARK, N. M. (UPI) — The horse running in a race honoring a meeting of New Mexico Republican Executive Committee members started slowly, failed to make up ground and finished last. The horse's n name it Gold Agua (Gold Water)*,: • ••!<«•, Greensturg (Ind.) Daily News, Tuesday, Oct. 19,1965 .-i .. Jacob A. Fox, son of Mr. and Mrs. Garlan Fox of R. R. 1, North Vernon, has been promoted to airman first class in the U. S. Air Force. He is a navigation equipment repairman at Tinker AFB, Okla., and is a member of the Military Air Transport Service which provides global airlift for the nation's military forces. The airman is a graduate of North Vernon High School. Airman Baldwin Serving in France Airman Third Class James R. Baldwin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Miles A. Baldwin of Greensburg, has arrived for duty at Laon AB, France. Airman Baldwin, a chaplain's aide, previously served at Grand Forks AFB, N. D. He is a member of the U. S. Air Forces in Europe, the primarly combat- ready air element of NATO's defense forces. The airman, a graduate of Greensburg High School, attended St. Joseph's College, Rensselaer, and Indiana Business College at Indianapolis. L Milford Mrs. Edna Seal of New Albany was a recent overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Miers and called on old friends in Milford. Omer Pumphrey of Indianapolis spent the weekend here with his father, Emmett Pumphrey. Mrs. Kate Criss was a dinner guest Sunday of Mr." and Mrs. Gene Cramer. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hime have returned home after visiting relatives in Dayton, 0. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Morgason visited Mr. and Mrs. Barnett at Flatrock Sunday evening. T. J. Martin is ill at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Ada Schwind, in Greensburg. OK $1,730,000 For Brookville Reservoir WASHINGTON (UPI) — The Senate today approved legislation authorizing expenditure of $2 million for 140 rivers and harbors project including $1,730,000 for Brookville Reservoir construction. Fair Loser .NEW YORK (UPI) — Wreckers began the multimillion dollar job Monday of tearing down the world's fair. Fair investors got bad news. They will only get 50 cents on the dollar in return for their investment, despite the fact that 51.6 million persons visited the fair. SCHOOL GROWTH WASHINGTON — Elementary school enrollments in the U. S. are expected to increase for at least another dozen years. Ranch (Continued from Page One) the paper bag fast enough_and started stuffing some in his pdck- ets while the other continued to fill the bag. After cleaning out the drawer, 'tearing out the phone line, in the office and the public address system lines, the bandits took the two employes—the only ones in the store at the time—back to the dairy cooler. Shut Off Cooler One of the bandits asked Adams where the switch was to shut off the cooling unit. After shutting it off, they ordered Mrs. Brim and Adams into the cooler and locked the door, not realizing there was a safety latch inside the door. Mrs. Brim said they waited a minute or two before opening the locker door and calling authorities on a phone at the rear of the building. She recalled that one of the bandits also threatened to kill her if a burglar alarm was sounded. Mrs. Brim and Adams had been on duty since 10 p.' m. when the two men wearing khaki color uniforms entered. Both were described as about 30-35 years of age. One was described as five feet, eight inches and weighing about 190 pounds and the other as six feet, one inch and weighing about 180 pounds. She said one was what she would term "a courteous talking man" and the other a "rough" talker. Both were continually telling us to hurry up, she added. Authorities were told the bandits were calling each other by the names "Harold" and "Jack." Mrs. Brim and Adams were questioned at length concerning unknown customers who had been in the store during the night, none of whom they could recall was dressed like the bandits. The black ski-type hoods pulled down over their faces had a white border around the eye and mouth openings. • Money taken from the cash register and office- drawer was mostly in $5, $10 and $20 denominations. Also taken were three rolls of quarters, three rolls of dimes, three rolls of nickels and two rolls of pennies. Hood Found State Detective Paul Alford, State Trooper William Rayner and Police Chief Rollin Lacey were at police headquarters here reviewing the situation when a call was received "at 7:15 a. m. that a black hood had been found along the Vandalia Road near the junction of County Road 250W. The hood was identified by Mrs. Brim and Adams as identical to the ones worn by the bandits. Also assisting with the investigation are Sheriff Irvin Gidley and Deputy Sheriff Bud Tucker. The Ranch Supermarket, on the northwest edge of Greensburg, was hit last November when thieves battered a hole through a concrete block wall and fled with an estimated ?!,700. The supermarket has been open on a 24-hour schedule in recent months. BAND CONTEST The Ladies Auxiliary of Brookville Fraternal Order of Eagles aerie is sponsoring a rock and roll band contest Nov. 21 in the Eagles clubrooms. Information and entry forms are available from Miss Viola Hutrer, Box 122. Brookville. CASUALTY RATE WASHINGTON — In World War II the total casualties in the army and air force amounted to about 9 per cent of the total mobilization of 10.4 million. LONG DISTANCE CALLS ARE GREAT FOR BRINGING PEOPLE TOGETHER They don't cost much either. Yon can call any« •where in the U.S. for $1.00 or less after 8 PM*. 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