Muncie Evening Press from Muncie, Indiana on April 4, 1969 · Page 5
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MUNCIE EVENING PRESS, FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1969 PACE FIVE Mamie Goes For Rest to Gettysburg . WASHINGTON (UPI) Mamie Eisenhower came home today and headed for the Gettysburg, Pa., farm she and the late Dwight D. Eisenhower had planned for their retirement home. Mrs. Eisenhower returned to the capital aboard the same train that carried the body of the former president on its last trip to his boyhood home of Abilene, Kan. 7 he general's 72-year-old wid Anderson fo Hold Pageant 2 Liquor Permits Renewed ow rode the train bearing the body to Abilene for the burial on Wednesday and returned on It with her son John and his through Lt. Col. Maurice Shahrabani, an Information officer with the military district of Washington, that she would v, men iwg udUKiucrs ana farm Dwight David Eisenhower II. 21," and his wife, Julie, daughter of President Nixon. TRAIN RETURNS ON TRACK NO. IS The train pulled into Union Station on track 13 at 7:55 a.m. EST, but it was an hour before Mrs. Eiesnhower'a luggage was unloaded and she and her son. John, entered the big black limousine parked at track side. They left immediately for Gettysburg. Tight security prevailed. Newsmen peered from behind locked gates as the party disembarked from the train. Mrs. Eisenhower sent word Earl Heath Named to State Post Gov. Edgar Whitcomb today announced the appointment of a Delaware County man as assistant director of the Indiana Department of Veterans Affairs. Named was Earl Heath, 37, a native of Cowan. He was legislative director for the Amvets and was the 1967 Amvet of the Year. Heath succeeds Jack Colglazier, Danville, who was advanced to director of the Indiana Department of Veterans Affairs. The department has three ma jor responsibilities. It handles requests for advice and aid for veterans. It must inspect and approve 11 institutions in Indiana at which training or further school Ing is given under the GI Bill of Rights. The third function Is supervi sfon of the county service of ficers, i counseling Counsel is a very important part of our services, especially to Veterans' families and those covered by Social Security. The family is assisted in every possible way when filing for benefits due. IIP EISENHOWER DIED WEEK AGO TODAY "Her future plans are Indefi nite," Shahrabani said. Mrs. Eisenhower wore a dark coat and small hat. She was pale but appeared to be composed. Before she left the train she said goodbye to some of the personnel aboard. She greeted dignitaries waiting at the station before driving away. Mrs. Eisenhower presumably will rest for a while at the Gettysburg farm from an exhausting week since Eisen hower's death at 12:25 p.m. EST one week ago today. She generally bore up well during public appearances, both in Washington and Abilene, but obviously was quite tired from the ordeal. MAY ACCOMPANY SON TO BRUSSELS She was reported planning to accompany son John, newly confirmed as U.S. ambassador to Belgium, to Brussels when he goes there in a few weeks to take up his post. Before that, however, she is expected to visit Dr. Milton Eisenhower, her late husband's youngest surviving brother who was admitted to Walter Reed Army Hospital where the ger eral died on Monday just before the state funeral. Dr. Eisenhower, president emeritus of Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, has been undergoing tests at the hospital since then. At his own request, there has been no word on his ailment since the hospital reported Tuesday he was in satisfactory condition. As during the trip to Abilene from Washington with Eisen hower's body, the train carrying Mrs. Eisenhower back to the capital was met by crowds at several points along the way. During a stop late Thursday at Huntington, W.Va., for a change of crews, Mrs. Eisen hower appeared on the rear platform and told about 500 persons: "John and I want to thank you for your expressions of sympathy. The Exchange Club of Andcr-' son announced today that girls interested in entering . the 1969 Miss Anderson Pageant, which is open to residents of Madison, Henry, Delaware and Randolph Counties, are Invited to attend an information meeting at 2 p.m.. Sunday, April 13, at the Layman Life Building, 1 ICO Broadway, Anderson. j This pagenat is the preliminary to the Miss Indiana and Miss American Pageants which are held later this year. The Miss Anderson Pageant will be held June 14 In the Anderson High School Auditorium. Parents of potential contestants are also invited to the April 13 meeting. Miss Jeanne Sitz, 1968 Miss Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Sitz, 5813 Breezewood, a graduate of Cowan High School, and Miss Lynn Haglund, 1967 Miss Indiana, will give brief talks to the contestants. ENTRANT MUST BE SINGLE Entrants must have been a resi dent of her county for the past six months or a college or university student in Anderson at the time of the pageant; must be single and never have been married, divorced or had a marriage annulled; must be a high school graduate by September of 1969, end not less than 18 years old nor more than 28 years on the opening day of the Miss America Pagenat at At lantic City. In the pageant, entrants must display a talent presentation in a maximum of three minutes The girl may be either amateur or professional in the talent she presents. Miss Sitz and Miss Haglund both won scholarships at Ander son and at the Miss Indiana Pageant at Michigan City. Schol arships are awarded by Pepsi-Cola Bottlers of Anderson. In addition, this year, Burger Chef will award a talent trophy and scholarship. Two applications for renewaljof Southside Liquor Store. 2901 of alcoholic beverage permitsjS. Madison, and Border Tavern, were approved today by the Dela- 125 W- Seymour. .. ... r ... Seven renewal applications will ware County Alcoho c Beverage , i j i-t. Rnari ' 8 i be on the Apn 11 agenda. They Approved were the applications Fruit Market Is Visited by Thieves Burglars got into Huddleston Fruit Market, 601 E. Wysor, and made off with the money from two vending machines during the night. Entry was made by breaking out a glass panel. The burglary was discovered at 8 a.m. Moose Lodge Picks Gibson Capt. Marion Gibson Jr., Mun- cie Police Department, was elect ed governor of Moose Lodge 33 Thursday at the annual election of lodge officers. Also elected were Larry Geise, junior governor; Eugene Blades, prelate; Larry Grace, treasurer; and Carl Fox, three-year trustee. Held over as officers are Jack Batty, junior past governor; Wil son Hedges and John Pittsford, trustee; and Kenneth Parker as secretary - manager. La Vaughn Harter will remain as club manager. Installation of the new officers will be Thursday, April 24, and they will assume new duties on May 1. ' are: Chic's Liquors, Inc., by M. J. Haughey, president, for a beer liquor and wine retailer (package store) permit at 315 S. Tillot- son. Fifth-Teenth & Hoyt Package Store, by Woodrow and Fern Love, for a beer, liquor and wine permit at 626 Hoyt Granville Mart (grocery) by Jacob and Mildred Brammer for a beer and wine permit at 532 Granville. 1 Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 87 (club) for a beer, liquor and wine permit at 7 Buttcrfield Road. Maplewood Golf Club by Henry Graham, president, for a beer, liquor and wine permit at RR 2, Muncie. Marsh Supermarkets, Inc., (gro cery) for a beer and wine per mit at 2508 N. Wheeling. Ideal Package Store (package store) by Edith Purvis, for a beer, liquor and wine permit at 2507 S. Macedonia. Reindeer were Introduced In Alaska from Siberia at the turn of the century as famine insurance for Eskimos dependent on dwindling caribou herds. KIDS TO SCRAMBLE FOR EASTER EGGS Local youngsters will scramble for 300 dozen eggs to be hidden in the grass, trees, stumps, holes and other unlikely places in Heekin Park early Saturday morning by Muncie Jaycee members. Co-sponsor of the annual Easter egg hunt Is the Muncie park department. Directing the event are Tom Alexander of the Jaycees, Joseph Harris, park superintendent and Mike Hirons of the school recreation department. Heekin Park will be divided Into three areas for age groups of five years old and under, six to eight years and nine to eleven. The scramble for the eggs will begin at 10 a.m. Mixed in with real eggs will be a number of plastic eggs entitling the finders to various prizes. There will also be an egg coloring contest which will be judged before the egg hunt begins. Laird Restores 'God' to Army ONLY It DAYS LEFT ESS CRAMPED for TIME? 11 x. a i- i tiA- --y r- 1 ZJK. , ONIY OPEN fl&gtojA ii SUNDAY j lMi 1 iff APRIL 15 IS THE DEADLINE... V 1 GOGX TA Uavt thot tax worries to oi. Our tervic it prompt, accural ond cempleto , . . ond wo viualty tav you moro than tht nominal charge! Set th BLOCK effico In your ntigh-borhood today. BOTH' FEDERAL AND STATE ft" Wt fluofontt. accural evaporation of ovory ta rsturn. f moVt any rror that coil yon any penalty or inlstsrt. we will pay A pewolty !"'''' -J) . ... tnnn America' PHONE 282-1661 Office Houre-WMkdayi, 9-9 Sat. ind Sun S-5 WASHINGTON (UPI) - De fense Secretary Melvin R, Laird, son of a Presbyterian minister, has overruled the Army and will permit reference to uoa ana taitn in character gjiidanca programs, Laird, in a plain-spoken announcement said: "References to these terms are appropriate." The American Civil Liberties Union complained to the Defense Department last year about "improper religious refer ences" in the Army's character guidance programs. The Army replied to ACLU in December it would delete the terms from the character guidance manual. Last Friday Laird ordered a study on the subject But he issued another announcement Maundy Thursday even before completion of the study. SERVES AS ELDER IN HOME CHURCH Laird, a sailor aboard a destroyer in World War II and an elder in the First Presbyte rian Church in Marshfield, Wis., said in the announcement: "With regard to character guidance programs within the military departments I want to state that there will be no prohibition against the use of 'God,' 'Supreme Being.' Crea tor,' 'faith, 'spiritual values or similar words.' Laird said the military services "consistently have adhered to the position that espousal of religious dogmas or particular sectarian beliefs is not the purpose and has no place in the character guidance programs." But he said "refer ences to tnese terms are appropriate." Hubbard Medal To Borman Crew WASHINGTON (UPI) - The three astronauts who circled the moon in December have been awardede the 1968 Gen. Thomas D. White Space Trophy and the National Geographic Society's Hubbard Medal. Air Force Secretary Robert C. Seamans Jr., presented the trophy to Apollo 8 crewmen Frank Borman. James A. Lovell Jr., and William A. Anders at the Geographic Society Thursday. Vice President Spiro T. Agnew presented the Hubbard Medal at Constitutional Hall. SOUTH 123 W. Willard St. N ORTH-1 600 Whaling v. M?AD0WS-M1 W. Jsckion S. Hartford City 211 N. Hleh St. Portland 315 W. 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