Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 17, 1965 · Page 10
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TEN IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1963. McDivitt 'Finally Is Stymied By Situation in Home Town By PHIL BROWN Associated Press Writer JACKSON (AP)—Space pilot James A McDivitt, who cooiy and calmly handled a Dlastoff, a re-'ehlry and the events of four days in space, finally was stymied by a situation in his home town Wednesday "What do you say wnen you receive a gold windshield wiper?" he asked a luncheon crowl of 1,500. Residents ,in Jaqkson.had been listening closely when, during astronaut Edward White's walk in space, McDivitt jokingly told my him: "You smeared up windshield, .you dirty dog " John Elwood, chairman of the gigantic • • parade which welcomed the astronauts home presented him with the wiper to solve any such problems in the future. McDivitt recovered quickly, and remarked: "If I just had another spacecraft to use it on. . ." He added: "I'm probably one of the few. people in the world ever to get a gold windshield wiper for his anniversary." McDivitt. and his wife, Pat, celebrated their ninth wedding anniversary Wednesday and ail along the parade route. Jined by an estimated 125,000 persons, there were signs wishing them a happy anniversary At the luncheon was an anniversary cake presented by the inmates of nearby Southern Michigan Prison--" Probably the only time a cake ever came out of a prison," said Bob Lees, luncheon moderator. "I don't suppose they're here today," the astronaut joked as he and his wife offered their thanks. The luncheon was part of three days of tumultuous receptions — in Chicago. Ann Arbor and Jackson. Prom the 500 or so who greeted him at Willow Run Airport FINER FOODS 01 Al 932-1270 Open 7 days a week for your shopping convenience FANCY BANANAS 2 * 25" U. S. 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The space pilot never was at a loss for appropriate words— for the welcoming crowds, for the luncheons and. receptions, and for newsmen who popped questions at him "whenever they had an opportunity. "We got in good shape for the flight, and it's paid off for the : parade," he quipped. But McDivitt had to admit that he was .wearing out somewhat. He said prospects of getting a vacation soon appear good, with the possibility that some of his off-time might be spent in Jackson with his family Looking a little farther ahead, the space pilot has his eyes set on the moon. "Just because I've done it once, I don't intend to stop," he told a luncheon audience in Jackson after narrating movies of his explorations in space. Marine Tells of His Big Day Off Romney Lauds State Industry ANN ARBOR (AP) — In paying tribute to astronauts James A. McDivitt and Edward H White II, Gov. George Romney also praised Michigan industry for its part in the Gemini 4 flight. Romney listed on his "honor roll" these Michigan suppliers of "vital component parts": Aeroquip Corp of Jackson Dow Corning Corp of Midland, Cadillac Guage Co. of Warren, Lear Sigler Inc of Grand Rapids, McGregor Mfg. Corp. of Troy, National Water Lift of Kalamazoo, and Saginaw Products Corp. of Saginaw. Kolamozoo Minister Is Appointed Editor SIOUR CENTER, Iowa (AP) —The Rev. William Haverkamp of Kalamazoo, Mich., president of the 1965 General Synod of the Christian Reformed Churches of North America, was named Tuesday as editor of De Wachter, Dutch language weekly newspaper. At 20th CENTURY FOOD STORES II PRICE AFTER PRICE PROVES IT! YOU SAVE MORE ON FOOD HERE ) SWIFT'S PREMIUM Chuck Rst. CHUCK STEAK T*. tea. 59a BLADE CUT 49 c Ib Swiff s Premium WIENERS Mb. pk 8 . 49 LARGE BOLOGNA Chunk, Ib. 49 Swift's Premium Liver Sausage Ib. 45 JOAN OF ARC KIDNEY BEANS . . 5 "-" """ VET'S DOG FOOD . . 89 MiUnt '. ; ' -•• ."': . '" .' 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By the time he had showered, shaved, put on his summer khakis, and hitched a ride, it was after 2 p.m. Since he had to start back by 7 o'clock, his day of, liberty had dwindled to only ive hours. That was more than enough or the tall, hazel-eyed young sergeant, who is third in command of his rifle platoon. "I thought it would do me jood to get into town and have a change of scenery," said Hall, whose cheekbones have been burned cherry red by the dozen or more patrols he has been on since he came here March 10. Sipping a cup of coffee at the USD building here, Hall told of his big day off from the war: "I've spent most of it trying ;o find some milk or ice cream. No luck. When I get home the irst thing I'm going to do is to go to a supermarket and buy a gallon of milk. That's what I niss. 'I walked around the streets ooking for something to buy. I bought a tin trunk for $3. I wanted to get something nice as souvenirs for my wife, Suzanne, and my children—Daniel P. Jr. —he's 4—and my daughter, Lisa Marie—she's 2Vz. But I couldn't Ind anything worth sending. Just a lot of junk. "I walked along the water- ront and saw the old ladies selling bread and straw mats and quarreling over fish the sampans had just brought in, and a junch of kids followed me hollering "Hello, Kay," 'I was feeling kind of weird. I just wanted to get away from everybody, and maybe listen to a few records. I wasn't exactly homesick. Everybody wants to go home. "Then I passed a hotel where another Marine and I had lunch together the last time I had liberty. That made me feel blue, because it wasn't long after that he was killed, one of only two guys our company has lost. He was a nice guy. I remember we talked about home. "You, know, this is the first war I've been in, and it is dnd of hard to classify. One of the enemy's village recruits can take a few potshots at you, then hide his gun, and you can't tell him from a rice farmer. We have to be awful careful about firing." The sergeant looked at his watch. He still had an hour and a half liberty. I asked the sergeant if he minded returning to the hills after so short a leave. "Well, I'm not crazy about batting around those hot hills and being shot at," he replied slowly, "but that is the job we were sent over here to do. "I think about life quite lot when I'm sleeping out there on the ground under the stars And it seems to me the trick in Ufe is to do well whatever you set out to do. If you do you're fat." Strike Ended Jy Agreement MARQUETTE (AP) - An 11- ay strike, against Our Own Bakeries Ind., largest supplier the Upper Peninsula, ended Wednesday with tentative ap- iroval of a one-year contract between the company and Locai 65, Wholesalers and Retailers Union. A wage increase was at issue n the strike. No details of the bntract were disclosed Acceptance of the contract is ubject to membership ratifica- lon. Bomb Threat Forces Evacuation of Hotels ADRIAN (AP) — An anony mous bomb threat forced evacu ation of some 100 persons from two hotels here Wednesday night. More than 35 state and loca police searched the Schoolcral and Lenawee Hotels. No bomb was found. USE DAILY GLOB!.WANT-ADS VAN BUSKIRK CO-OP CO. Highway 51 Outside Husky WEEKEND SPECIALSI PORTERHOUSE STEAK ,b89c BEEF ROAST ,b55c ROUND STEAK ,b69c SIRLOIN STEAK....* 73c GROUND Hamburger 2 UN. 89c CLUB STEAK ,b63c T-BONES ,b79c BEER TO TAKEOUT Award to Honor Mrs. A. Swinton MARQUETTE - The A 1 m a Williams Swinton Me hi o r i a ' Award in Music has been established at Northern Michigan University hi honor of the late Mrs Swinton who taught music in the Upper Peninsula for more than 50 years. The award-will be given to students who have demonstrated distinct musical talent Mrs. Swinton devoted her lifetime to the advancement of mu- sic as an accomplished pian i s t, teacher, and outstanding citizen interested in youth and the cultural activities of the .Marquettt community. .'.:•; '..-;'... Dr. and Mrs. Swinton moved to Marquette from» Ontonagon at the end of World War i, and Mrs. Swinton taught music here continously from then until her death last April The Memorial Fund, established by friends and relatives of Mrs. Swinton, will "advance the ideals she-held during her lifetime." Contributions to the fund may be sent to Northern Michigan University, Marquette, in care of the Alma Williams Swinton Memorial Award. DEFINITELY 'There's no it about getting good value for your money when you buy A&P brands. These fine products are quality all the way. Find out for yourself. 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