Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on October 28, 1965 · Page 11
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Greensburg Daily News snnthpastern Indiana's Greatest Newspaper Published dai?v^x?e?™SmSay and certain holidays by Greensburg Com^y P . liSreYas Second Class matter at Greensburg (Ind.) Post Offic oser State Press Assn.; Bureau at Advertising (/ °r. MltorUl Assn.: Inland DaUy Press AsSn. SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Carrier In City and Towns—Per Week. By Mail (Indiana) Year In Advance Six Months Less Than Three Months—Month.... By Mail (Outside Indiana) Year.... Six Months Three Months .......................... ------ Less Than Three Months — Month. ........... i^ess man inree munuib—muu«». .J...,. ^~-i.ri^r n»iiv .aatl Subscriptions Cannot Be Accepted In Towns WithJTarrter DeUv Greensburg Standard - Established Greensburg Daily Review - "~";"~h"iici,«»H Tan i ireensburg Daily News Established Jan. 1, Consolidated In Daily News Jan ' lj ! .45 14.00 7.50 4.00 2.00 16.00 8.50 5.00 2.50 ery SWORN CIRCULATION SEPTEMBER 29, 1965 . 5775 Indiana Has Gain in Employment Employment in the United States has risen rapidly during the past year. The Midwest has shared in the increase ol jobs. Ana, Indiana is in the front rank in the Midwest. Statistics compiled by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago reveals that the proportion of covered workers receiving unemployment benefits in the United States in July and August was 2.5 per cent. Indiana had a figure of 1.3 per cent. The manufacturing employment gain for Indiana irom June 1964, to June, 1965 was 6.4 per cent, the highest rate in the Midwest. The nation as a whole experienced a 4.4 per cent gain. ,.,«.* Business Week economic data has revealed that personal income in Indiana gained nine per cent in the first seven months of 1965 over 1964. The gain for the nation as a whole was 7.9 per cent. . Not only has Indiana shown gains in manufacturing but its important agricultural segment has shown a marked improvement over a year ago. According to present predictions, the Indiana corn crop will average 96 bushels an acre, the highest in the Midwest. Indiana in mid-September had an estimated 1,643,700 persons on payrolls of non-agricultural employers, according to the Indiana Employment Security Division, The total topped the August figure by approximately 34,400 and was about 73,100 ahead of the 1964 record in mid-September. The economy of the Hoosier State is growing at a rapid pace, despite the fact that to date it has not shared to a significant extent in governmental space programs. The upsurge in the Indiana economy is reflected in relatively high employment. News in Brief SAIGON (UPI)—Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge flew to the waterlogged Mekong Delta today. He visited a popular forces training center, a hospital and a dispensary being built with U S. help and had lunch with a Vietnamese general who displayed an out-of-date American flag. The flag was at the residence of Brig. Gen. Dang Van Quang, commander of the Fourth Corps. It had 48 stars on it. Lodge promised to send him one with 50 stars. SANTO DOMINGO (UPI)— The Dominican armed forces vowed Wednesday night they will fight to the "last drop of blood" rather than serve under officers who deserted to the rebels during the recent revolt. Four young officers—one each from the army, navy, air force and militarized national police- handed a letter expressing the armed forces' stand to inter- American negotiators. It was signed by hundreds of officers . and men. JAKARTA (UPI)—Communist terrorists killed 205 civilians in central and eastern Java in a one week period beginning Oct. 16, the Indonesian Army reported today. Martial law has been imposed in an attempt to restore order. SALISBURY, Rhodesia (UPI) —British Prime Minister Harold Wilson met again today with Rhodesian Premier Ian Smith and other prominent leaders in attempts to stave off a unilateral declaration of independence by the white-ruled African colony. Wilson and Smith held an "in- :ensive working lunch" with only British High Commissioner Jack Johnson present, a spokesman said. They scheduled another round of talks over dinner at Smith's residence. Wilson's entourage and Smith's top aides also were attending. SOUTH BEND, Ind. (UPI)— The wife of a tuna boat skipper testified in City Court today that Scott Banish, 18, a youth she knew as "Danny McFarland," was aboard her husband's boat off the Oregon coast at the time his Army sergeant father was slain here. Mrs. Helen Vines, 36, was the first witness at a preliminary hearing on second-degree murder charges pending against the boy. Youth Is 1, Fatality By United Press International Indiana's 1,200th traffic death of 1965 was recorded today when a truck and auto collided near Noblesville. The death •pace is running three weeks ahead of last year's. William D. Casey. 20. Lebanon, was killed on Indiana 32 just west of Noblesville this morning when his car struck a truck driven by Edgar Davis, 33. Westfield. as Davis crossed the center line of the highway to make a left turn. Police charged Davis with reckless homicide, drunken driving and public intoxication and jailed him at Noblesville. The death of Mrs. Cheryl Mathews, 22, North Branch, Mich., Wednesday raised the toll to 1.199 compared with 1,123 a year ago. Last year's 1,200th death occurred on Nov. 17. Mrs. Mathews was injured Monday in a collision near Plainville on Indiana 57. She died in Daviess County Hospital ' at Washington. Her husband, infant son and sister-in-law also were injured. -.._:• .. . LBJ Seeking Date to Meet With Erhard JOHNSON CITY, Tex. (UPI) —President Johnson, while convalescing at his Texas ranch, is looking for a "mutually convenient date" for a visit from West German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard. Whether that visit will be at the ranch—as it was in January, 1964—or back in Washington was not clear in the Texas White House's report that possibilities for the date were being explored. Acting Press Secretary Joseph Laitin told reporters the Erhard visit was among topics discussed by Johnson and Secretary of State Dean Rusk during the cabinet member's stay at the ranch Wednesday. Rusk, Laitin said, flew back to Washington in late afternoon after "some extended and informal talks" with Johnson "while driving and walking around the ranch." "They discussed the Dominican Republic situation, and the agenda for the Inter-American Foreign Ministers Conference scheduled for Nov. 17." Laitin said. He told reporters they also talked about Viet Nam, recent flareups in Indonesia and the Algiers conference on non-aligned nations. While no time has been set for Johnson to conclude the stay he began here last Saturday to convalesce from his Oct. 8 gall bladder surgery, it has been thought he would spend at least most of the remainder of the year in Texas. RAIL JOB CHICAGO — Each hour of the day and night, U. S. railroads perform the equivalent of moving 69.6 million tons of freight and 3.6 million passengers one mile. , ; : PAGE 6 fireenslmrg (Id.) »«1ly News, TKorsifty, Orf. 28,1965 Near-Dictatorial Powers Assumed / x By Brazil Chief By LANCE BELVILLE RIO DE JANEIRO (UPI)— President Humberto CasteUo Branco governed Brazil today with greater power than any Brazilian chief executive has had since the wartime dictatorship of Getulio Vargas. Today's newspapers published the terms of the "Institutional Act" Casteflo decreed Wednesday after Congress failed to approve two constitutional amendments which would have extended his powers. Vast power The 33-artide act gives him all the authority the amendments would have—and then some. It empowers the president to: — Proclaim a six-month "state of siege"—modified martial law — or take over the government of Brazil's 22 states at any time to "prevent or suppress subversion." ^Close Congress or any state legislature at any time. —Enact laws which automatically become effective in 45 days whether Congress has approved them or not. —Replace Supreme Court justices at will. —Deprive individuals of political rights. The act also empowers military courts to deal with political offenses. No Popular Vote It abolishes political parties and provides that Brazil's next president shall be elected by Congress rather than by popular vote. The election is to be held before Oct. 3, 1966, on a date selected by Castello. Close surveillance is to be kept on persons deprived of political rights under an institutional act in force last year, and their movements are to be restricted. This' provision apparently was aimed at ex-President Juscelino Kubitschek, whose Socialist party won gubernatorial elections in two of the nation's most important states this month. The act is to remain in force until March 15, 1967. Its provisions can be added to or amended by the president at any time. Justice Minister Juracy Magalhaes assured the nation Wednesday night that Castello will use his powers with moderation. Haymaker Is Named to Health Post INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)—Former Indiana Public Service Commission member Ira L. Haymaker of Franklin has a new state job as hearing officer for the State Board of Health. State Health Commissioner Dr. Andrew C. Offutt confirmed today that Haymaker began the new job this week. Offutt predicted the addition of a hearing officer will end a backlog of cases before the board which require public hearings. Haymaker is a former Indiana Democratic state jchair- man. Offutt obtained an official opinion Sept. 17 from Indiana Atty. Gen. John J. Dillon which held that "hearings for the revocation of a license may be conducted through a hearing officer tout a majority of the members of the agency must make a complete review of the record before making a final determination." OMutt said the board required under 14 different state and federal laws to hold hearings in connection with supervision of sanitation and safety for nursing homes, hospitals, mobile home parks, motels, frozen food processing plants, and on stream and air pollution and other areas. Offutt said after a review of the opinion, the board decided need existed for one full-time hearing officer. He said Haymaker would work primarily with hearings on stream pollution, .nursing homes and food and drug cases. The State .Personnel Board and the Budget Agency established the job and set the pay range from $800 to $1,200 a month. Clarksburg Honor Rolls Announcement was made today by William Logan, principal, of the first six weeks' honor roll at the Clarksburg school. "A" Honor Roll Mike Barnes, 12. Karen Foster, 12. Joyce Gordon, 11. Katie Crane, 10. Barry Gillespie, 9. Mike McCoy, 9. Marcia Robbins. 9. David Harpring, 8. Nancy Wenning, 8. Betty Yager, 8. Vicky Gillespie,'7. Jeanette Harpring, 7. Cynthia McCoy, 7. "B" Honor Roll Richard Berkemeier, 12. Bill Crane, 12. Steve Gordon, 12. Nita Neimeyer, 12. Doris Richards, 12. Linda Richardson, 12. Dale Sexton, 12. Diane Wenning, 12. Jerry Berkemeier, 11. Paula Dunham, 11. Patsy Kohrman, 11. Louis Miller, 11. Jerry Moorman, 11. Janice McCreary, 11. Shirley Shook, 11. Linda Brancamp, 10. Brenda Brandenburg, 10. Linda Foster, 10. Nancy Johnson, 10. Mary Ann Menkhaus, 10, Darlene Perkins, 10. . Sharon Redelman, 10. • Martha Schoentrup, 10. Carol Alverson, 9. Shirley Jackson, 9. Donna Kohrman, 9. Daryl Tressler, 9. Clair Verway, 9. Kathy Wenning, 9. Byron Barnett, 8. Mary Beth Carroll, 8. Liz Crane, 8. Nancy Miller, 8. Cheryl Metz, 8. Barbara Mauer, 8. Michelle Morgan, 8. Eugene Vohland, 8. Roxanne Becraft, 7. Sharon Brandenburg, 7. Jimmy Mauer, 7. Carl Jackson, 7. Vandy Gillespie, 7. Ann Miller, 7. Suzanne Morgan, 7. Marilyn Muckerheide, 7. Joyce McCreary, 7. Anita Wenning, 7. James Yager, 7. Meyer Promoted to Airman Second Class Larry If. Meyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell B. Meyer, who reside on R. R. 1, Batesville, has been promoted to airman second class in the U. S. Air Force. Airman Meyer is an automotive repairman of Plattsburgh AFB, N. Y. He is a member of the Strategic Air Command which keeps the free world's mightiest missile and jet bomber force ready to counter the enemy threat. The airman is a graduate of Batesville High School. BIGGEST BEARS FAIRBANKS - The greatest of all the bears of Alaska is the brown bear, sometimes also known as the Kodiak bear. You're really regal, now ss bnderful you're "fit for a queen" As close to custom fit as it's possible to come without being custom fit Gentle glove leathers, and insole that matches every flex of the foot and a lining that keeps calm and dry. A royal beauty, too... that's you. Miss Wonderful. Advertised in Cosmopolitan. Glamour. Seventeen. Mademoiselle. LEADER SHOE STORE NGAA Lips Sealed on AAU Scrap CHICAGO (UPI) — The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) 'wUl postpone further comment on its dispute with the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) until Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey's arbitration panel is set up. The dispute is over control of U.S. international teams in certain sports. The NCAA's council at the end of. its regular fall meeting Wednesday reaffirmed its full compliance with the terms of the U.S. Senate's resolution for arbitration of the dispute. "Nothing further by us will be said at this time in the interest of wholly unbiased consideration by the arbitration panel of its charges and obligations," NCAA President Everett D. (Eppy) Barnes said. "Agreement to continuing, unconditional and binding arbitration of all issues remains the NCAA's position." The five-man panel is to report to the Senate not later than Feb. 15. In other action the council: —Said it will sponsor the 60th annual NCAA convention in Washington Jan. 10-13 to deal with relations with professional leagues, college division eligibility matters, and the possible raising of total basketball games allowable from 26 to 27. —Approved the following new associate members, Morris Harvey College, Midwestern College, Dennison, Iowa, Hiram Scott College, Scottsbluff, Neb., and the American College Health Association. State Is Sued For $20 Million in Blast INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — The State of Indiana was sued for ?20 million Wednesday by 353 persons seeking damages for the 1963 Indiana State Fairgrounds Coliseum explosion in which 74 persons were killed and hundreds hurt. The suit was filed in Marion Superior Court 7, four days before the second anniversary of the blast during the premiere of an ice show. Investigators blamed liquid petroleum gas which they said was illegally stored in the- big show building on the state-owned fairgrounds. BUILDINfc TIME ' It required i2 years to-build the Brooklyn bridge. NORTH OF EQUATOR Most of the earth's land mass is north of the equator. LIGHT WOOD ~ Balsa wood weighs only one- half as much as cork. li LITTLE ANGELS NORTH SIDE SQUARE Come in and look around — We are one of Greensburg's newest Mores, and We are ready to serve your every need. We give S&H Green Stamps. ALEXIS HANOI PANT GIFT SETS Dress Set, P. J., Stretch Ons —Just a Few From Out Large Selection. 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