Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on June 2, 1965 · Page 8
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Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 8

Greensburg, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 2, 1965
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Aide of Branigin, Boyh's Speech Writer Given Posts •_..„. ~™,o ,TTT™ _ A a i s n is a former director Rev. Weatherman Will Speak At Westport Family Night The Rev. Leon K. Weatherman, associate secretary of the Association of Christian Churches in Indiana and director of the Christian Men's Fellowship, will be guest speaker at a Family Night event at the Westport Christian Church Sunday evening. He will show slides of Christian Men's Fellowship activities at the three camps sponsored by the State Board of Christian Churches, located at Bedford, Indian Lake and Lake Barbee. ;A native of Indianapolis and a graduate of Butler University School of Religion, he was founding minister of Gentilly Christian Church at New Orleans. La., serving as pastor for eight years. He served for three years as a fraternal minister with the Burnage Church of Christ in Manchester, England, under the auspices of an inter-agency committee on fraternal aid to Churches of Christ. He has also held pastorates at Sheridan and Indianapolis. INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — A former campaign aide of Governor Branigin and a former speech writer for Sen. Birch Bayh, D-Ind., Tuesday were among four men named to posts within the Indiana Department of Commerce. Lt. Gov. Robert L. Rock announced the appointments, saying they were key spots in the stepped-up role of the department, effective July 1. A Gary native, William Stasey 24. 'served as an aide to Branigin during the 1964 election campaign. He was named to assume the post of'staff assistant in the Department of Commerce June 1. Kenneth H a r 1 a n was appointed assistant director of also is a former director of public relations in the conservation department. He takes office T__~.-. 1 June bid for Congress in 1962 and 1900. line i. Former Hammond city councilman and now a restaurant operator there, Alex Miklusak, 42 will take over June 1 as industrial development assistant to Executive Director Charles Kirk. j Robert Cutter also takes his new post June 1. A Richmond insurance executive, Cutter will become director of the department's foreign trade division which was created by the 1965 Legislature. HOME OWNERS WASHINGTON — An estimat- Plan White House Parley on Education WASHINGTON (UPD - A White House conference on education will be held July 21 to promote "a lively exchange of views on the major problems confronting our schools and colleges." President Johnson announced the conference Tuesday and selected John W. Gardner of New York president of the Carnegie Corporation and the Carnegie Foundation for the advancement of teaching, as its chairman. He also named four state governors as vice chairmen-atlaree: Democrats Edmund t*. (Pat) Brown of California, John B Connally of Texas and Richard J. Hughes of New Jersey and Republican John H. need of Maine. COR KCONSUMER The U. S. is the world's largest user of cork. Everglades Threatened— . •> Biggest Swamp Is Drying Up _,< A___ l.«. T n1 Vl rtrl /?*-AT\ PACI MIAMI (UPI) — A big white bird with black winglips and skinny legs for wading called the wood ibis is in danger of being • a memory because it can't find enough water in the nation's biggest swamp. The Everglades National Park contains about 1.5 million acres and it is so flat a man on a 12-foot ladder at the south end of the park could look in any direction for 100 miles — if he could see that far — without seeing any natural land surface higher than his head. Much of this land is covered by saw grass and from June to November a sheet of water covers the land, cool and full of life under the grass tops. The Indians called it the "River of Grass." Garbage Study LONDON (UPI)—Ten experts who studied the problem for a full year released 16 foolscap pages of engineering calculations to local town councils today, containing their solution to the problem—designing a perfect garbage can. They recommended one made of polythene which won't, clatter, can be cleaned by soap and water, stands up to rough use and is so light it can be lifted with one finger when empty. It is dry now. It started drying up 10 years ago when engineers chopped a system of canals and levies across south Florida to protect people from floods during hurricanes. The canals blocked the natural southward flow of water over the land. Then the heavy rains stopped. It rained a little Monday, "but it's going to take a lot more rain to do some lasting good," according to Park Ranger Ralph Maxwell. Carroll Burroughs, acting superintendent of the park, flew over the saw grass and s a id even where it rained the hardest "the ground just sucked up the water. There's no standing water in the water holes." The water level had dropped two feet below the surface. Fire and animal loss is the big concern of park officials. Birds are mobile and can fly until they find water. But even some birds that can fly are in danger. Negotiations are being made between federal officials and the Florida central and southern flood control district for release of some of the water from the canals. "But like all negotiations like this, it takes time," Burroughs said. "But we hope by next year at this time they will pump some of that water out and it will flow over the land used to," he said.' PRICES IN THIS AD EFFECTIVE THRU SATURDAY, JUNE 5 30 Years Ago , From Greensburg Daily News Files, Week of May 29, 1935 James G. Linegar, former resident of Greensburg, died at Hollywood, Calif. Dewey Roszell of Leesburg, Fla. arrived for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Roszell. Paul Alexander, county school superintendent, spoke at the Ninth District meeting of township trustees at Madison. ' Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Douglas were spending the weekend with their daughter. Miss Grace Douglas, in Chicago. . A reception for George E. Erdmann of Los Angeles, Calif, was given by the local Writers' Club at the home of Mrs. Ruth Paget. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hamilton entertained at dinner for the 79th birthday of her father. Ira Hollensbe, and the birthday of Mrs. -Estelle Hamilton. Mrs. Emmett Branch, Mrs. John Branch, Mrs. Frank Stegner and Mrs. Harry Egbert of Martinsville were guests of Mrs. S. A. Bonner. Harry Sturgis was given a surprise party on the occasion of his birthday. William Foreman, 74, died at his home in Forest Hill. A barn belonging to Melvin Cox of north of Memorial Church was destroyed by fire. The loss was estimated at $1,000. Donna Marlene, two-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Harrison of northeast of Millhousen died. Greensburg citizens bought 1,350 poppies from young ladies working in behalf of disabled war veterans. William R. Elliott, 65, passed away at his home northeast of here. John F. Russell and Frank Russell and family moved to their new home at the corner of Washington and Jackson streets. Mrs. Bernard Santen of Utica, N. Y. was visiting relatives at New Point. Arthur Carter, 65. of Jacksor Township expired at Memorial Hospital. Roland Davis, son of Mr. anc Mrs. Carl Davis of Westport died at Woodman, Colo. Morton Crisler. 71, died at his home at St. Paul. Mrs. Van Woodfill and Mrs Guy Guthrie were guests of Miss Anita Scott at the Columbia Club in Indianapolis. P. H. Deal, chief accountant and assistant manager of the Hoosier Public Utility Co. was to be transferred to Elwood June 1 as manager of the Cen tral Indiana Gas Co. 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