Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on May 26, 1965 · Page 9
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Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 9

Greensburg, Indiana
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Wednesday, May 26, 1965
Page 9
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My M«rt. W«h,»fcy, 1965 MRS n Missile Sites In North Viet Bared WASHINGTON (UPI) — Secretary of State Dean Rusk said today two or more Soviet antiaircraft missile sites may now be under construction In North Viet Nam. He called this a deepening Soviet- commitment to Hanoi.: Rusk told a news conference that "missile associated equipment" was believed to be present at one of the sites. He did not report that any missiles themselves were at the sites, but he said it was to be presumed the - sites would not remain empty. Earlier this year, administration officials disclosed that one SAM missile site had been under construction in the Hanoi area. The initials stand for "surface to air missile." Rusk said today there might be a second SAM site in the Hanoi area. He said officials did not know whether there might be others as well. No Significance Rusk said he did not attach great significance to a recent interview. • between industrialist Cyrus ;Eaton and Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin. Eaton said Kosygin told Mm that Russia and China would draw together, and Russia might enter the Vietnamese war unless the United States changed its policy. However, Rusk said, it was very important that the other side not have any mistaken notion it could get the United States to' withdraw from Viet Nam by threatening a larger war, or that it could start a larger war with "impunity." He said it was very important that no one in the struggle misunderstand the gravity of the situation or the fact that the United States is "utterly serious" in its commitment in Viet Nam. Rusk reiterated that there could be peace in Viet Nam any time the Communists were willing" to leave their neighbors alone. ' "History Mobile" To Visit Schools INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)—Plans for a "history mobile" were announced Tuesday by the Indiana Sesquicentennial Commission. Under the plan, historical exhibits will travel throughout the state in a mobile trailer. Stops will be made at various schools to give Indiana youngsters a better idea of the state's history. Commission Director Carl ,Zenor said $30,000 has been appropriated for the trailer and exhibits. The trailer will contain exhibits normally available in only one spot. The commission also approved the expansion of Zenor's staff in preparation for the additional responsibilities connected with the sesquicentennial. Name Miss Gates Chairman Donald F. Carmony announced the appointment of Miss Linda J. Gates, 25, Columbia City, as director of information for the commission. Miss Gates is a graduate of Northwestern University and is the niece of former Hoosier Goy. i Ralph F. Gates. . • • James M. Guthrie, Bedford, was named assistant director. Guthrie, 48, is an historical author and for 18 years was an officer of the Stone City National Bank. He is president of the Lawrence County Historical Society. The commission tabled a request from New Harmony for a $10,000 allocation from commission funds to finance live dramatic productions at the New Harmony opera house. The plan was for the community to present historical productions at the opera house and throughout the state. Members of the commission said they feared other communities might expect similar allocations if aid were granted to New Harmony. Hubert Hawkins, Indiana historical director, reported that plans are underway to get a long-discussed state historical museum opened in the old Indianapolis City Hall. The building is now unused due to the completion of the City-County Building. • • • • Go With Greensburg Go With Queen Casuals Go With '$! NAUTICAL BLUES UEEN CASUALS Fresh as a sea breeze - these 100%' Sanforized Cottons in nautical blue, with white stitching on pockets, collars and waistbands, gold button trim. Just the styles for land or sea. Sizes 9/10 to 20. APPAREL STORES "101" STORE 101 N. BROADWAY "111" STORE 111 N. BROADWAY Wins Special Scholarship Nebraska Miss Carol Stewart, a Greens- urg High School graduate and he daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ohn Stewart of R. R. 8, is the ecipient of a special merit hon- rary scholarship from Purdue 'Diversity. Honorary, scholarships are warded by Purdue to a limited umber of entering students who ave demonstrated their ability y excellent high school records nd by superior performance on ic scholastic aptitude tests _ of IB college entrance examination oard. Miss Stewart was elected to membership in National Honor ociety her junior year and this ear served as editor of the Anual, president of the Tri-Hi-Y nd was selected student secre- ary for the counseling area. She also was ejected Homecoming lueen and Prom Queen. The recipient of many honors in 4-H club work, Miss Stewart ivas adjudged champion Angus teer showman at the 1964 Indiana State Fair. She has also erved as secretary-treasurer of he Indiana Junior Angus Asso- iation. Miss Stewart will enter- Pur- ue University this fall, majoring n animal science. Ralph Brooks Jr. and children. Jimmy and Donna, and Mr. and Mrs; otto Galyen spent Sunday at Louisville, Ky. Burney Knarr has entered Memorial Hospital at Greensburg. . Mrs. Izetta demons of Greensburg, and a former resident of Westport, has gone to Nashville, Tenn.j for eye surgery. Mrs. Mae McCullough has been dismissed • from Bartholomew County Hospital at Columbus. Mrs. Elsie Ralston underwent surgery at Methodist Hospital at Indianapolis Wednesday. Her rooni number is B-20." .Mrs. Letta Jones has entered the Bartholomew County Hospital to undergo surgery on a broken arm she sustained in a fail some time ago. ~ Mr. and Mrs. James Fletcher and family spent the weekend at Bedford. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Irwin of Warsaw were recent guests of her mother, Mrs. Margaret Conwell, and other relatives at Westport. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Galyen spent Sunday at' Anderson with Mr. and Mrs. John Bowyer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Denny Marrow and family of near Columbus, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bozell and family of Columbus and Mrs. Elizabeth Fall were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. OrvDle Galyen. EGG PACKING , ST. PAUL — Eggs packed with the small end down keep better that waj — Dally News Photo. EXCAVATION ON SQUARE—Attracting considerable attention here this week is the excavation work underway at the site of the former service station on the northwest comer of the public square here, where a basement is being dug for the new Levenstein appliance store that is to be located there. View, looking north, shows Decatur County YMCA and Greensburg Methodist- Church in background. . Ex-Councilman Given Suspended Sentence CROWN POINT, Ind. (UPI) — Former Gary City Councilman George Ferhat, convicted earlier this month of lying to a Lake County grand jury about money received from firms which did business with the city, received a suspended sentence Tuesday in Lake County Criminal Court. . Judge John McKenna, after denying Ferhat's motion for a new trial, sentenced him to 1-10 years on the perjury charge but suspended the sentence and placed him on probation for two years. Ferhat admitted that he had received $5,000 from the Shamrock Engineering Co. and the Big Horn. Locating Co., both of Gary, but told a grand jury last year that the money was a campaign donation. The state, however, contended that the money was intended to influence Ferhat's vote on the council and the grand jury indicted him for perjury. Former council members Terry Gray and Alois Wozniak were recently acquitted on'similar charges. Death Claims (Continued (com Page One) >ership in the order for 72 years he had one of the longest records •f affiliation in the history of "Ireensburg Lodge No. 36, F. & A. M. As a member of Lois Chapter o. 147, Order of Eastern Star, IB had received^ 50-year membership award in 1952. He was also a long-time member of Greensburg Council No. 74, Royal and Select Masters. His marriage to Winona Criser took place in Greensburg on June 22,1902. His wife, a,leader in patriotic groups in this community, died on Aug. 14, 1985. The survivors include: Two sons, Philip Deiwert of Sacramento, Calif., and Albert Deiwert of Indianapolis; and a daughter, tlrs. Adaline Loper of Greens- >urg with whom he had made lis home for a number of years. Six grandchildren and two great-grandsons also survive. Sis grandchildren are: William, David and Karen Deiwert of Sacramento, Calif., George Stephen Deiwert of Mountain View, Calif., Mrs. Albert Fischer of Western Springs, 111., and Miss Sharon Deiwert of Indianapolis. Mr. Deiwert was the last of a family of four boys and four girls. The late J. C. Deiwert, a jrother, passed away on June 24, 1961 at the advanced age of )7 years. Funeral services will be held at 10 a. m. Friday in Oliger- Pearson Funeral Home. The Rev. Grester L. Kemp, pastor of the Greensburg Methodisl Church, will officiate. Burial will be in South Park Cemetery Visitation at the funeral home will be after the noon hour on Thursday. Illness fContln»ea from Page One) The survivors include: Three sons, Glen Powers of Brookville Charles Beaty of Hartsvule and Chester Beaty of Atopka, Fla. 12 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. She also leaves three brother and four sisters. They are: Tho mas Wheeldon of Vincennes Frank Wheeldon of Osgood, Jos eph Wheeldon of Hamilton, Ohio Mrs. Ruth Young of North Ver non, Mrs. Dolly Powers of West port, Mrs. Anna Wallersteadt o Greenfield and Mrs. LaVon Per guson of Columbus. Several nieces and nephews also survive Five brothers and two sister preceded her in death. She was member of a family of 15 chil dren. Funeral services will be nel at 3 p. m. Thursday in Bas Funeral Home at Westport. Th Rev. DeWitt Coats, pastor of th Westport Methodist Church, wi officiate. Burial will be in Wes port Cemetery. Visitation at the funeral horn in Westport will be after 6 p. m Wednesday. __j ~'__ ; "' '' ^=IL-«k- Thursday, Friday, Saturday Only! ...You'll, have ,to hurry to -beat these': tremendous Buys!'Some items ate one- of-a-kind so don't delay! Prices good . Thursday, Friday and Saturday only! All items subject to prior sale! Sorry, no phone orders accepted.; 9x12 MOHAWK RUGS WITH PAD $59 HELMSCENE LIGHTED PICTURES Reg. $21.95 $ 13 2-PC. NYLON Living, Room Suite One $ Only OVAL BRAIDED RUGS $ 33 FULL TWIN-SIZE BUNK BEDS Complete *77 10 CU. FT. WESTINGHOUSE Refrigerator *149 4-PC. WALNUT Bedroom Suite *129 TWIN-SIZE Hollywood Bed $49 9x12 Armstrong Decolon Linoleum Rug $7 88 SOLID MAPLE DOUBLE DRESSER WITH MIRROR One $OA Only 09 SOFA BEDS Assorted Colors *69 TABLE LAMPS A few dis- tinued styles. $ 3 Rocking Love Seat Reg. $119.95 $99 SUNBEAM ELECTRIC COFFEE MAKER Reg. $39.95 »22 SOLID OAK SOFA BEDS Early American $ 137 TWIN-SIZE HEAD BOARDS Plastic Covered >50 Crib Mattress $T95 CHARCOAL GRILLE AND TABLE Both For $429 CONSOLE STEREO Mahogany Floor Sample $ 75 ALUMINUM FOLDING COT WITH PAD $10 Wardrobes AND UTILITY Cabinets Damaged $23 TWIN-SIZE Box Springs, MATTRESSES Mis-Matched Each $2770 Open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. Wednesday 'til noon. SHOP FRIDAY NIGHT TIL 9 WEST SIDE SQUARE PHONE 662-1371

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