Lansing State Journal from Lansing, Michigan on December 12, 1967 · Page 7
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1 THE STATE JOURNAL Tun., Dec. 121967 A-7 - LeMiHSja MltWftW Where They Are Now GIIEB Charie A. Banner-man, 20. son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Grieb, 4899 . Grieb. Webberville. was promoted recently to Army specialist four in Vietnam. He is a wrecker operator and mechanic in the 19th Supply and Service Company near (jut Niton. THREE LANSING Men par ticipated in "Blue Lotus," the largest U.S. First Fleet Exer else in three years. The exercise, involving 24.000 men in 45 ships, and six air units was held art the coast of Southern Call' fornia. The local participants were seaman ttoger L. McLaren, son of Mrs. Douglas McLar en, all Manchester, serving aboard the guided missile cruiser USS Long Beach; Seaman Roy L. Fulton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Fulton. 204 Hill serving aboard the dock landing ship USS' Oakhill. and Boiler- man Third Class William J. Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mrs William H. Mitchell. 421 S. Rose mary. serving aboard the guid ed missile frigate USS Jouett. Mitchell's wife, the former Ter esa F. Helfrich. lives at 329 Cle merit. SMITH - Capt. Calvin Smith Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Smith. R. 1. Portland, has re ceived his second U.S. Air Force Commendation Medal at West- over Air Force Base. Mass. Cap tain smith, an intelligence offi cer, was decorated for meritor ious service at Homestead Air Force Base, Fla. He is now at Westover in a unit of the Stra tegic Air Command. pen Smith Spragne Farmers9 Group Raps High Tariffs By TONY FULLER ' CHICAGO (UPI) American rarm Bureau Federation speak ers today criticized the federal government for its involvement in agriculture and warned of dangers to the farmer ifl corrective steps are not taken soon. One speaker at the federation's 49th annual meeting warned of financial ruin for wheat growers because of government attempts to raise tariffs - - and impose import quotas. Karl Hobsoon, extension economist at Washington State University, advised wheat farmers to "sell out quickly. before the value or your holdings drops sharply" if Congress is successful next year! in raising tariffs. -"Kection of the proposed trade barriers would bring retaliation from our foreign customers." Hobson said. "Ja pan, our Ijest cash customer for wheat, has said that she would sharply curtail her wheat Durchases from us if we discriminate more against herj sales to us." Hobson also labeled "the threat of " a "severe international money panic" as a problem to wheat exports. He said devaluation of the British pound and the resultant strain on the dollar threatens to slow world trade.: The Farm Bureau's resolu lion committee also criticized the federal government for making agriculture "a subsidy-oripnted business." In resolutions to be acted upon by the delegates Thursday, the committee suggested the . federation obtain a halt to mwernment farm control and price support programs in order to bring about a profit-oriented business in farming. "Exnerience has shown clear ly that programs to fix prices and control production do not ensure satisfactory farm income." the committee said. "Direct government payments are a highly undesirable substitute for adeauate market prices and an unsatisfactory means of providing income for farmers SPRAGUE Spec. 4 Georgcl Sprague, serving as a paratrooper in the 173rd Airborne in Dak To. Vietnam, recently received the Bronze Star medal for par ticipation in the capture of Hill 875 in Dak To. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sprague. 6085 Rutherford. East Lansing, bpec Sprague took his basic training at Fort Knox, Ky.. and attended the Airborne Jump School at Fort Benning. Ga. Birll is MITCHIU. To Mr: and Mrs. Philip T. Mitclwll. 7 S. Binohem. daughter.! Christine Diane. Dee. . Sparrow Hospital. Mrt. Mitchell i IM former Leslie Diane Surinck. tTAPLtTOM To Mr. and Mrt. James M. Steoleton, ! Crown. East Lenslne. a dauohter. Lara Mori. Dec. S, at Soarrow Meaeilal. TANK Ta Mr and Mrt. lchrd L. Tank. 13d nichard. ad euahter Jul Ann. Dae. I, at Sparrow Hospital. uMuaalTk' Mr and Mrt. David A. Huvtr, Ml W. Ottawa, a ton. David Michael. Dtc 4, at St. Lawranca Hos pital. AVILLIYP.A To Mr. and Mn. Al P. .7.-11,... - nit ralvin. a dauahter. Klmberlev Sua. Dtc a. at St. Lawranca HotPital. a. mm T Mr and Mrt. Joe Sanaar. m Woodruff, a dauoMer. Sally Jevne, ' NOV. Zt, ar ai. l.wrwrw nwnih FAUST To Mr, and Mrt. Paler, Dean Fault. MM4 Southbrook. ton. Brian Dean, Doc. 4 at Lamina General Hot' pital. , MARTINS To Mr. and Mrt. Michael UAtaiM AAartMtt. 1377 E. Mam. a dauoh- ' tar, Monica Janlno. Doc. i. at Lansina General Hospital. OWN To Mr. and Mrt. Basil LeRov Brown. OS W. Maple. ton. .lottery Allen, Dec. i. at St. Lawranca HotPital. Divorces JAMES Harry L. James 19. son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard L. James. 713 Henry. Charlotte, was promoted to Army private pay grade W-2 upon completion of basic combat training recent ly at Ft. Knox. Ky. STEVENS-FLOUR R Y Two Lansing area men have been assigned to duty with the Eighth Battalion. Third Brigade, in the United States Army Training Center. Armor, at Ft. Knox, Ky. They are Pvt. Wendell L. Stevens, son of Mrs. Esther King, R. 1, Rosebush, and Pvt. William Flourry Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. William Flourry. 1138 W. Kalamazoo. Flourry is assigned to Company C. and Stevens to Company D. ANTHONY Army Spec. 4 James F. Anthony II. 18. son of Mr. and Mrs. James F. An thonv. 15481 Upton. East Lan sing, recently began a month of intensive field training with the Fourth Armored Division near Grafenwohr. Germany. Spec. An thony is a truck driver in Head quarters Company. First Bat talion of the division's 37th Ar mor. FIVE LANSING MARINES have completed two weeks of training under simulated comDai conditions in the 'fundamentals of day and night patroling. em ployment of infantry weapons. survival methods and assault tactics- at Camp Pendleton, Calif. They are: Pvt. Louis E Havnie. son of Mr. and Mrs Sammy E. Haynie. 103 Lahoma; Pfc. Jimmie L. Wilson, grand son of Mrs. Martha Hall. 119 Chelsea: Pfc. William C. Rich, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leland P. Rich. 2201 Carol Way: Pfc. Michael F. Haves, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Hayes. 4833 Held-! crest: and Pvt. David K. Mont eomerv. son of Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Montgomery. R- Grove. HODGE ' Seaman Appren tice Gregory C. Hodge, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hodge. 4591 Nakoma. Okemos. has reported to Norfolk. Va.. as a yeoman. He recently completed nine weeks of boot training at Great Lakes. III. RAMSEY John Bennett Ramsey has successfully com Dieted 16 weeks of intensive training at Naval Officer Can didate School, Newport, R.I., and received his commission as ensign. U.S. Naval Reserves, During his training. Ensign Ramsey held a student office as battalion adjutant. He is tne son of Mr. and Mrs. James I). Ram sey, 2476 Arrowhead. Okemos. Wolves Feared DEBAR. Yugoslavia (AP) This town destroyed by a Nov. 30 earthquake now is menaced bv oacks of wolves. Most sta bles and barns were wrecked by the quake and officials said live stock could tan - prey to me wolves. . v- Kathteen D. Frost from Chariot C. Frost. Julene Quick tram Ralph Quick. Suzanne Stra Hon tram Darrell Straiten. Floral i. Wheeler from Robert t. Mary '1- McRat tram Cart F. McRae. Mary i. Spencer from Howard I. Span-car. Thomas W. Grootnuit tram Peoey J. GmothwltM aula A. Moore tram Carl a. Moore. John C Dlttenber tram Patricia e. Oil- Domia K. Mikka tram ' Themes V. Mkko. Sandra. L Percle from Lvle K. Farcja. 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