Kokomo Morning Times, October 28, 1965, Page 10

Kokomo Morning Times

October 28, 1965

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Kokomo Morning Times (Newspaper) - October 28, 1965, Kokomo, Indiana KOKOMO (Ind.) MORN ING TIMES Thursday, October 28, 1965 5 Oregon boat captain in South Bend for hearing SOUTH BEND, Ind. (UPI)— The captain of an Oregon tuna boat has arrived in South Bend to testify at the preliminary hearing Thursday in the second-degree murder case of Scott Banish, 18, South Bend. Banish claims he was a member of the fishing boat’s crew in August when his father was fatally stabbed in South Bend. Defense attorney Thomas Murray Wednesday announced the captain, Paul Vines, arrived in South Bend Tuesday night after cutting short a hunting trip in Idaho. Murray did not say what Vines would have to report at the continuation of the hearing Thursday in South Bend City Court.    , The hearing was recessed Tuesday after Banish and a sheriffs department officer testified. Banish was expected to return to the stand Thursday to continue a detailed account of his activities during August. Judy Voris Phi Mu pledge Miss Judith Voris of Windfall has been pledged to Phi Mu sorority at Evansville College. Judy is a freshman math major at EC where she is vicepresident of Bigney House, a women’s residence hall on campus. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merle M. Voris, Windfall, RR 2, Judy is a graduate of Windfall High School. IU campus notes 117 percent student increase GOF councilman sides with Tucker, bus crisis ends Trick the treaters These young trick-or-treat artists—bend on scaring the daylights out of timid home owners—got the surprise of their lives when they knocked on a door that opened noislessly and a camera light flashed in their faces. The young ghost was so frightened he pulled his mask off so he could cry easier. . .and longer. (UPI Telephoto) Beware of men bearing 'bargains’ The Chamber of Commerce of Kokomo today advised homeowners to be wary of carpet companies attempting to sell them long-wearing “industrial” carpeting at bargain prices. Harlan D. Dobry, manager of the Chamber, said carpet vendors engaged in this scheme deprecate the construction and wearability of regular home carpeting and claim that “industrial” or “commercial” carpeting “wears like iron” under heavy traffic conditions. The Chamber office has received a number of calls from local residents who have reported that an out of town carpet company is trying to sell “industrial” carpeting to the public here. The initial solicitation is made by telephone, Dobry said. One salesman said he represented an industrial carpeting company that had sections of carpeting left over from a hotel job that it would make available to homeowners at bargain prices. The salesman said this carpeting was not availabel in retail stores, the Chamber noted, and offered long-term guarantee to support his claim that it will last far longer than car peting sold in retail outlets. The American Carpet Institute, said the Chamber, has stated that “commercial carpet” is a trade designation for a long-wearing grade used in restaurants, theaters, hotel and bank lobbies and other public places. However, A.C.I. noted that consumers are generally in no position to determine whether carpeting offered them is “commercial,” “industrial” or regular home carpeting, or whether price is necessarily an index of its quality. The Institute said carpeting intended for home or com- $24,000 in jewels stolen FORT WAYNE, Ind. (UPI)— The theft of $18,000 to $24,000 worth of jewelry was reported to Fort Wayne police Tuesday night. Benjamin Silverman, a salesman from Cleveland, toldpolice the jewelry was in his car, which was stolen from a parking lot and later found abandoned. The trunk had been forced open and the sample cases containing the gems were missing. mercial use is avilable in various grades designed to withstand varying traffic conditions but the differences in grade or quality are not apparent to the layman. In view of these facts, the Chamber advises consumers to deal only with carpet firms of known reliability. The Kokomo Chamber of Commerce will be happy to supply the names of reputable local carpet dealers. TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (UPI) -Terre Haute’s city operated buses will be running indefinitely, thanks to a resolution adopted by city councilmen after a lengthy dispute. The council, with four Republicans and four Democrats, had been at a political impasse over the transfer of $10,000 from the general fund to the bus account, as requested by Democratic Mayor Ralph Tucker. But at Tuesday night’s special meeting Republican Dr. Malcolm Boone sided with the Democrats and the council transferred tne money on a vote of 5-2. Republican Councilman Lawrence Jones was absent because of a speaking engagement at Bloomington. Tucker previously had warned that the bus operation probably would be suspended if the money was not transferred. He said the city lost $37,580 last year on the buses because only 2,500 persons used them on a daily average. Tucker said he will call another special council meeting Thursday night to discuss how the city can get $90,500 as its share toward the purchase of 18 new buses. He said he had attempted to get state funds during the spe cial session of the General Assembly on reapportionment, but the attorney general ruled that buses were not capital improvements and thus would not qualify for a capital improvement grant. Tile record breaking enrollment figures for the Indiana University Kokomo Campus announced by Dr. Victor M. Bogle director and assistant dean of the University’s regional campus, show a 117 per cent increase in full-time students and an over-all enrollment increase of full and part-time students of 22 per cent. Enrolled this semester at the Kokomo Campus are 1,124 students as compared to 923 last fall. The full-time enrollment jumped from 146 to 317. In view of the heavy enrollment increase, Dr. Bogle said that plans already are well-advanced to increase the number of courses, sections, and full-time faculty for the 1966-67 school year. The Kokomo Campus is now operating in its new building located on a 22-acre site on South Washington Street. The dedicatory program is set for Nov. 12. In discussing the record-breaking enrollment at the Kokomo Campus, Dr. Bogle said that the liberal arts program attracts the most students. 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ROASTS 790 With the 117 per cent increase in the number of full-time students at Kokomo, enrollments have generally been heavier in the day sections. While formerly the evening class enrollment was much higher than day enrollment, it is now about evenly divided, Dr. Bogle pointed out. He also said that the average size of the classes at Kokomo is 27 students. This fall’s enrollment includes students from 50 different communities in the Kokomo area. Britain doesn’t want our criminals over there LONDON (UPI)— The British government said Wednesday it will consider a request from Paul (the Waiter) Ricca for entry to Britain if the reputed elder statesman of Chicago’s crime syndicate makes one. But government sources indicated privately that the former Al Capone lieutenant’s chances of getting into this country were virtually non-existent. U.S. Immigration special inquiry officer Otto Eek in Chicago Tuesday ordered Ricca deported to England. 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