Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on October 30, 1965 · Page 4
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Greensburg, Indiana
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Saturday, October 30, 1965
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Personals Harry Tucker of Westport has been admitted to Bartholomew County Hospital, Columbus. Harvey Prewitt has been released from Major Hospital, Shelbyville, after treatment. Mrs. William Greiwe of R. R. 1 has entered Robert Long Hospital, Indianapolis, for observation. Mrs. Elizabeth Foster Hines, formerly of Greensburg and now a resident of Indianapolis, is seriously ill in Community Hospital. Her room number is 1305-D. Mrs. Paul Ricke of this city underwent open heart surgery to open a nearly closed valve in her heart Friday morning at Robert Long Hospital, Indianapolis. The operation was termed a complete success and she is making satisfactory progress toward recovery, although still in the intensive care ward at the hospital. For Personals — 663-3111. This Isn't very comfortable J You should try a SPRING AIR Back Supporter Mattress • Exclusive "Health Center" feature e Innersprlng or foam rubber BACK SUPPORTER MATTRESS 200 WEST MAIN Services Held For Dr. Nyce Grandson of Former Pastor Here Was 70 Dr. Hoist Nyce, 70, a physician at Van Buren in Grant County and a descendant of pioneer Decatur -County families died over a week ago at Van Buren. Burial was in Kingston Cemetery, northeast of Greensburg. The son of the Rev. Harry and Rosa Agnes von Hoist Nyce, he was reared at Peru, where his father served as pastor of the Presbyterian Church for 41 years prior to his death on Oct. 18, 1935. Dr. Nyce was a grandson of the Rev. Benjamin M. and Melissa Hamilton Nyce, Not only was the Rev. Nyce pastor of the Kingston Presbyterian Church from 1840 to 1854 but he was a pioneer in the field of refrigeration of food with the use of ammonia. The Rev. Nyce was acclaimed as "the father of refrigeration." For many years Dr. Nyce engaged in the practice of medicine at Van Buren. He was a veteran of World War I. He is survived by his widow, a son, William Hoist Nyce, a daughter, Martha and seven grandchildren. He also leaves a brother, Hamilton Nyce of Chesterton; and two sisters, Mrs. Ruth Burton of Van Buren and Mrs. Harriett Winkelman of Waco, Tex. A sister, Mrs. Esther Hartman, died in Florida within the past year. Judge Declines To Rule on Contempt NOBLESVILLE, Ind. (UPI) — Special Judge Robert W. McNevin declined today to rule on whether editor James T. Neal of the Noblesville Daily Ledger was guilty of contempt of court for Dublishing an article another •judge interpreted as "disdainful, despicable, scurilous and contemptuous." McNevin called together the attorneys for N-eal and Prese- cutor Walter Cornell, all of whom had filed motions to dismiss the citation on grounds it olaced restraints on freedom of the press as guaranteed by the Constitution. He withheld judgment, ruled unconstitutional an Indiana statute which permits a special judge in indirect contempt cases, and said Neal's atorneys could appeal to the Indiana Supreme Court. Neal was cited by Hamilton Circuit Judge Edward F. New Jr., who disqualified himself to sit in tte case. PACE 8 Greensbirg (Ind.) Daily Newt, SaMnky, Oct. 30,1965 More Federal Vote Examiners Sent To Dixie Counties By WILLIAM J. EATON WASHINGTON (UPI) — Federal examiners were on their way to 12 more deep south counties today under orders from Atty. Gen. Nichoas DeB. Katzenibach to speed registration of Negro voters before next year's primary elections. Acting after complaints from civil rights leaders that he was Realty Transfers Leander and Inez Roszell to John H. and Ota Wyrick, property southwest of Greensburg. John H. and Ota Wyrich to Jerry Dale Dietrich, property southeast of Greensburg. For Coming Events — 663-3111. SAVE FUEL WE CARRY FIBRE GLASS BATTS AND POUR-IN TYPES HSUIATE 40* PIP 65 ' ^ PREVENT FREEZING \m BRIEF COLD SNAPS FIBER GLASS INSULATION KOU ALUMINUM STORM DOORS AND WINDOWS Weather Stripping, Caulking Compound and Caulking Guns. 314 W. MAIN Eye-Burning Smog Plagues Los Angeles LOS ANGELES (UPI)—Los Angeles suffered through its fifth straight day of thick, eye- burning smog today and Mayor Samuel W. Yorty and Gov. Edmund G. Brown accused ach other of part x of the blame. The smog attack, described by the Air Pollution Control district (APCD) as the worst since the mid 1950s, was aggravated by 90 - plus temperatures for the llth day in a row. When the civic center mercury reached 91 Friday, it tied a record set in July, 1886 for consecutive days of 90 degree heat. Friday's heavy shroud of smog prompted the APOD's emergency committee to appeal to motorists to reduce or jurtail driving on streets and freeways. Scientists fixed the major portion of blame of the four million vehicles which daily use the vast network of freeways in the Los Angeles area. In an angry exchange of telegrams, Yorty charged Brown with delaying smog control measures, and Brown retorted that it was the first time Yorty was "showing an interest in the work the state has been doing to ease the smog problem in Los Angeles." Batesville Hospital Benefit Bazaar Set 'BATESVILLE, Ind. — The annual charity bazaar for the benefit of Margaret Mary Hospital will be held Sunday, Nov. 7, at St. Louis Church Auditorium, Batesville, beginning at 4 p. m. The bazaar is staged by the Sisters and the Guild of the Hospital with a variety of games and other events with merchandise prizes. Sales of baked goods, linens and home kitchen products are featured. Supners of chicken and spaghetti will be served beginning at 5 p. m. There will be cards at 2 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. moving too slowly to enforce he new Voting Rights Act, Catzenibach deplored slowdown actics of southern officials. He sent examiners to South Jarolina for the first time and isted additional counties , in Mississippi, Alabama .and Louisiana where he has found interferencs with registration of Negroes. They will open their offices early next week. \ In an implied warning to other southern voting officials, the attorney general said: "In evaluating compliance with the Voting Rights Act, we ook for full compliance — not only the suspension of unlawful iteracy tests, but the provision of reasonable access to new applicants." The new counties are Jefferson, Neshoba, Hinds, De Soto, Holmes and Walthall in Mississippi; Autauga, Elmore and Greene in Alabama; Clarendon and Dorchester in South Carolina, and West Feliciana in- Louisiana. Ordered south Friday was the fifth and biggest group of U.S. examiners dispatched since the Voting Rights Act became law in August. It brought to 32 the number of counties where examiners have helped Negroes register — 15 in Mississippi, 10 n Alabama, 5 in Louisiana and 2 in South Carolina. Two Draw Fines On Intoxication Counts Two men were assessed fines of $1 and costs in City Court this morning on their pleas of guilty to charges of public intoxication. They were: Fred Dean, 44, Chicago, 111., who was arrested in the 500 block of West Main at 2:45 a. m. today by local police; and Howard Shafer, about 45, Greensburg, who was arrested in the 100 block of West Main Oct. 15. DISARMAMENT DISCUSSION WASHINGTON (UPI) — Soviet Ambassador Anatoly F. Dobrynin and Secretary of State Dean Rusk discussed disarmamem matters for a half-hour Friday at the Russian's request, the State Department reported. MISSIONARY TO SPEAK Mrs. Edna D. Smith, recently retired American Baptist mis sionary to Hong Kong, will speak at the Rock Creek Baptist Church at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday Nov. 2. Hospita ADMITTED: Ora Fox, Westport; Mrs. Frances Bobbins, 803 Park Rd.; Myrna Tellas, New Point; Elsie Huey, R. R. 7, Greensburg; Donald Burns, R. : 7, Greensburg; Herbert Kohler,, 116% W. Main. DISMISSED: Doris Bostic, Adams; Mildred Shaw, R. R. 7, Greensburg; Charles Clemons, R. R. 1, Greensburg; Dorothy Lanning, R. R. 1, Greensburg; Patricia Taylor, R. R. 1, Greensburg; Stella Ruble, R. R. 6, Greensburg. NEW BABIES: Girl, Mr. and Mrs. William Lewis, R. R. 4, Greensburg; boy, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ketchum, Adams. MEAL SOURCE MINNEAPOLIS—About three- fourths of the U. S. supply of linseed oil and .linseed meals comes from Minnesota mills. DENTAL. SCHOOL NEW YORK — First college of dentistry in the United States was started in 1839. Finishes AF Basic Airman Steven Guthrie, son of Mr. and Mrs. William R. Guthrie of R. R. 1, Greensburg, has been assigned to Little Rock AFB, Ark., after completing Air Force basic training. The airman, a 1964 graduate of St. Paul High School, will be trained on the job as an administrative specialist with the Strategic Air Command. In AF Training Airman Richard C. Black, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest K. Black of Cross Plains, has been selected for training at Sheppard AFB, Tex., as an Air Force communications wiring specialist. The airman, a 1962 graduate of Cross Plains High School, recently completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex. Boys', Girls' Poll Parrots STITCHED THE HAND-SOME WAY For school, dress up or play, youngsters go for these classic shoes, accented by hand stitching of the front seams. All popular styles $6.99 AND $7.99 LEADER SHOE STORE Altered EDWARDSVILLE, Illinois (UPI)—"The Walking Man," a sevenfoot torso sculptured by Rodin was decorated by Halloween pranksters Friday with a pumpkin head and a pair of polka dot undershorts. Officials at Southern Illinois University's Edwardsville campus said, "we like it the way Rodin had it." The sculpture was recently installed in the campus library. WARNS V. C. AIDERS " WASHINGTON (UPI) — The State Department has served notice it is illegal for U. S. citizens to send money or supplies to North Viet Nam or to the Communist Viet Cong in South Viet Nam. The warning Friday came amid reports that a leftwing organization, the May Second Movement, was sending blood plasma and other supplies to Viet Nam Communists. Circuit Court In the Frank Walterman guardianship the Veterans Administration filed waiver, the annual report was approved and the trust continued. • Current reports, with waivers of notice by the Veterans Administration, were submitted in the guardianship of Alexia Jane and John Richard DeMoss. The reports were approved and the trusts continued. In the complaint for possession filed by Capital Finance Corporation against Martha M. Tatman a judgment, giving immediate possession of the personal property to the plaintiff, was rendered. The defendent also was ruled to pay attorney fees of $135 and moving and storge costs of $23.75. $200.000 Blaze Hits Film Lots For Personals — 663-3111. •HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — Fire investigators today sought the cause of a spectacular $200,000 blaze that destroyed two warehouses and damaged a permanent outdoor set on the adjoining Deslu and Paramount studio lots. The fire, visible throughout Hollywood and surrounding communities, started shortly after 9 p. m. Friday night. It was controlled within 45 minutes by 80 firemen from 14 Los Angeles City units. The two gutted buildings, one on each of the famous motion picture lots, were "scene dock" Warehouses where backdrops and other scenery are stored. The blaze forced evacuation I of some 2,000 guests and 'newsmen attending a party in honor of producer Joseph E. Levine on the Paramount set of the film "Nevada Smith." Par amount's permanent outdoor western set, where the "Gunsmoke" and "Bonanza" television series are filmed, was seriously damaged. Asst. Fire Chief Forrest W. Moore said it was not immediately clear on which lot the fire started, nor was its cause known. The fire was one of the most serious movieland blazes in recent years, although there were no injuries reported. The Desilu studios were purchased-in 1958 from Howard Hughes by actress Lucille Ball and her then husband, Desi Arnez. The site formerly was the home of RKO pictures. During the RKO heyday, it was used to film such musical comedies as the Ginger Rogers- Fred Astaire series. Carlisle News Ends Publication CARLISLE, Ind. (UPI) — The 70-year-old Carlisle News, a weekly newspaper, suspended publication with Friday's issue. Management of the newspaper, founded in 1895, said in a front page editorial that "due to circumstances beyond our control we announce with regret that this issue is our final publication." The Sullivan Union at nearby Sullivan will take over the newspaper's subscription lists. The News, which had a circulation of 904, had been printed at the Union plant for the past eight years. DAY Shop Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Save NEW EVERYDAY LOW PRICE! BREAD 20-OZ. LOAVES. REG. 2 t OR 47e FOR LUNCH MEATS MARHOEFER. LARGE VARIETY. LB : CARROTS FRESH NEW TEXAS. LB. PKG. BUNS COLONIAL HAMBURGER OR HOT DOG PKGS. OPEN 24 HOURS EVERY DAY! ONE-STOP SERVICE • MONEY ORDERS • STAMPS • CHECKS CASHED • NOTARY PUBLIC • PICKUP STATION U. S. 421, Northwest Edge of Greensburg

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