Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on June 10, 1965 · Page 2
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June 10, 1965

Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 2

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ing Bags For Boys \ 'BERKELEY/ Calif. (UPI),—In telling toe city-council why it needs more officers, the .Berkeley police depart- riient cited such new problems ,as toe recent theft of tw^o motorized skateboards. . ": \ ^ • Seh<v«lfer oar Dean's list .art 'St. Meinrad Robert Scheidler, son of Mrs. Charles Kohlman of Napoleon, and formerly of Millhousen, has been naroed to toe dean's list at toe St. Meinrad Seminary where he is studying for toe Catholic priesthood. 1 A junior at the Seminary, he had a 2.50 grade point average and ranked fourth in his class of 65. „ He is now working at St. Mary's Child Center in Indianapolis and next week will begin teaching a typing'class at the Latin School there, of which he is a 1962 graduate. He will also take a night course this summer at toe Indiana University Extension Center. WESTERN ZONE Iceland and Greenland are in the western hemisphere. Steve McCammon Eight Decatur County boys are preparing to .attend the 28th annual Hoosier Boys' State sponsored by the : AineriC2Lri Legion. The week-long program centering around the duties, privileges and responsibilities of American BATH KILTS • Soft Absorbent Terry Wrap-Around • For Home and Travel With Matching Scuffs, $2.50 Richard Beesley citizenship will start Saturday a Indiana University. The Greensburg 'American Le gion Post has announced toe fol lowing delegates and their spon sors: , David jjennett, son of Mr. an< Mrs. Xyman Bennett of R. R. 4 and a student at Burhey-High School, sponsored by the Deca tur County. Farm Bureau. Richard Clapp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Clapp'of R. R. 1 and a St.-Paul High School stu dent, sponsored" by the St. Pau Branch of - the • Waldron State Bank. . ' Bill Crane,. son of ,Mr. and Mrs. Richard Crane of R.; R. 1 Milroy and a. student at Clarks burg High School, sponsored by the Clarksburg : Brahch of the Union Bank & Trust Company Steve McCammon, son of Mr and Mrs. Neal McCammon of R R. 1, Greensburg and a studen at Greensburg Community' High School, sponsored by the Greens burg Kiwanis dub. Terry Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Martin of Greens burg and a student at Greens burg Community High School sponsored by the Welsh-Crawley Kramer Legion Post. Delegates attending Boys State under sponsorship of toe Westport Legion Post are: Dennis Cox, son of Mr. am Mrs. Dale Cox of R. R. 1, West port, and a student at Sahdcreek High School. Mike Baldwin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Baldwin of Westport and a Sandcreek High Schoo student. Richard Beesley, son of Mr and Mrs. Robert Beesley of R R. 2, Westport, and a student at Jackson High School. Alternates Listed Alternates from Decatur Coun ty are: David Barker, son a, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Barker o! R. R. 1, St. Paul and a student at St. Paul High School; Steve Gordon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gordon of R- R. 1, Greensburg Clarksburg High School; Steve Hadler, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hadler, of R. R. 7, New Point High School; John Jewell,.spn of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jewell of R R. 2, Westport, Jackson High Week-end Decorator Spocial! Today through Saturday Paint your home with Easy-to-Use "5OO WHITE" HOUSE PAINT at only •* fiat Gat-SOO WHITE" and HI supptelt 314W.MAIH Terry Martin School; Bennie Richardson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Richard son of Westport, Sandcreek High School; and Ronnie Blackledge grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Rich ard. Williams of R. R. 5, Sand creek High School. • Local delegates will be amonf 925 of the state's top high" schoo juniors attending toe program designed to give toe students intensive training in practical politics. B. W. Breedlove, Indi anapolis attorney, will be the director. Elvis J. Stahr, president of In diana University, will speak to the boys at the first general meeting Saturday evening. Gov Roger D. Branigin will present the Gramah award June 18 to Hearing Is Set On Muscatatuck Wildlife Refuge INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will hold hearings next month on two proposals for establishing a national wildlife refuge in Indiana. A hearing will be held July at Seymour High School on the proposed Muscatatuck River site south of Seymour and one will be held July 8 at Indiana .State University in Terre Haute on a proposed Wabash Valley site near Terre Haute. The Interior Department .originally planned the hearings to January but Governor Branigin asked that they be delayed because he had just taken office and the legislature was to session. The new dates were announced Wednesday. The Wabash wildlife refuge proposal originally called for a 10,000-acre area, touching off violent objections by property owners who contended it would take valuable farmland. John' Gottschalk of the Interior .Department, a former Hoosier,.later, had the plans re- surveyed and also brought about the proposal of an "alternate site near Seymour. 'Gottschalk said the new survey said the Wabash refuge would not need to be as large as originally planned. The area was cut to 7,928 acres, involving 49 pieces of property with 20 of them owner-occupied." ' The Muscatatuck refuge proposal .covers' 8,000 acres consisting of 118 pieces of property ,- S6 of them 'Owner-occupied: Buy Gates V-Belts TO KEEP TOUR • WASHER • REFRIGERATOR • LAWN MOWER • POWER TOOLS AND OTHER EQUIPMENT RUNNING SMOOTHLY Available Through Host Automotive Service Dealeri and Hardware .Stores. DISTRIBUTED BT ftodefeld Co., Inc. AUTOMOTIVE PARTS HEADQUARTERS David Bennett the outstanding citizen 'of. Boys! State following a special review. Mock political • state conventions, and primary elections, are scheduled, for. June 15"'With' toe election of state and city .officials June 16. ,-•-.... The boy-staters-will, be. organized into two parties,: Nationalists and Federalists. They'will'make arid'enforce their own> laws and will hold legislative, [sessions; courts and meetings - of .Various governrhent agencies. pPf <MI %ot (Jver l|eniu% Eflfcvpii^ its WASHINGTON (UI>I) — Senate Republicans are faced with the ticklish decision of whether to oppose -a move to, allow showing.in the United States of a government film about the late President John F. Kennedy. The House "Wednesday voted 311-to 75 to authorize domestic screening of the U.S. Information .Agency film "Years of Lightning, Day of Drums." The vote ended a long partisan con- Russ Rocket May Reach Moon Friday MOSCOW (UPI) — Luna,6, the Soviet Union's .'mysteiry .moon rocket, probably will reach its destination Friday. The official news agency Tass said Wednesday that Luna 6, launched less than 24 hours after the Gemini 4 splashed down, had passed the 143,000 mile mark with about 100,000 miles to go. Tass said Luna 6 was "functioning normally," but made no mention of the space probe's mission. ' Classified Ad Phone 663-3113 A Dote to Remember Saturday, June 12 ICE CREAM Home-made ice. .cream, -pies and cakes: Serving 5 to 8 p. m. Public invite'd Sponsored by Men of the First Church, of God. For Newt Item* Ben cm CC1-4C22, uk lot Dads Vandextax troversy in the. House and sent the. issue'to (the Senate. .' - Special'legislation to show toe film domestically is .required because of a law which 'states that Congress must give its consent before 'any USIA 'films are used in the United States. In the House debate, key GOP members' objected to the film's depiction of the late President's years in office. While emphasiz- ing their respect, and affection , for Kennedy they said it would ' be widely used for Democratic : j»litical jmrposes.. ' . . = The so-minute film Is being \ shown in English and 29 other • languages in 117.foreign coun--, tries.-It has ;been highly praised : by vfpreign audiences , and a; : number of American critics who have/ seen .private screenings. •."'-.. ",-,--.' ;• • -....;. Electric Shaver Tune-Up FOR ONLY Factory representative will be at JI/ 1 Day Only — Sat., June 12 9 A. M. UNTIL 5 P. M. : . Right here, right now. We will clean, oil, sharpen and ' adjust your shaver for $1.89 plus parts if needed. AOT l^E: NORELCO r- REMINGTON — SUNBEAM — SCfflCK — RONSON TO AVOID WAITING—Bring Tour SKaver In Thursday or Friday and Pick It Up Saturday. : ^ r-t 1 f Si! Room w&ft toon! Now you can add America's newest, most-advanced engine—the S25-hp Turbojet V8t Chevrolet Impala Super Sport Come «a fa. ^fero a foam-coshioned, vinyl bucket seat. , Stretch out and relax. 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