Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on June 17, 1965 · Page 3
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Greensburg, Indiana
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Thursday, June 17, 1965
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Gentry Allowed to Visit Marseilles Seaman Apprentice Donald P. Gentry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter D. Gentry of R. R. 1, Greensburg, visited Marseilles, Prance, May 28-June 8, while serving aboard the attack aircraft-i carrier USS Shangri-La, operating in the Mediterranean with the U. S. Sixth Fleet. Whfle in Marseilles, he had the opportunity to visit points of interest in the ancient .city, .as well as other cities on the French Riviera: The Shangri-La is scheduled to return to the United States in late September. PHONE COUNT New York City has five million telephones. Young Republicans MIAMI BEACjjEf, Fla. (UPI) —Barry M. Goldwater still can electrify the leaders of the National Young Republican organization even as a vanquishet hero. They greet him with the 1964 refrain, "We want Barry," listen politely .when he '.praises President Johnson and cheer when he takes a swing at Johnson or at his factional .GOP rivals of last "year '. " ", The 1964 presidential nominee addressed the biennial national For Dad-The Gift He Likes Besf - From Sf eye's' • Jayson • B.V.D. • Cooper's When You Select From Our Outstanding Collection of Wearing Apparel or Gifts You'll Like The Up-To-The- Minute Styles. FAMOUS BRAND NAMES • Champ • Brian McNeil • Brookfield $ Modern • Swank • Justin AND MANY, MANY MORE FINE MEN'S APPAREL .NAMES Steve's Men's Apparel SOUTH SIDE SQUARE convention of Young Republicans Wednesday night. Goldwater first brought the audience to his feet when he said the GOP .did not do .so badly last year in view of the fact that it "had to fight not the enemy but some of our own troops." He commended the , Johnson administration for action in Viet Nam' and .the Dominican Republic, but said its policy, in Southeast Asia and Latin America was too flabby or aimless to do what must be done to stop Communist aggression. .Goldwater said the Communists .were carrying on an undeclared war against Lathi American .countries and would win it unless it was met by prompt collective action. In Viet Nam, Goldwater said th'e administration, in effect, liad made the Communist capital of Hanoi a "privileged sanctuary." Without specifically advocating the bombing of Hanoi, lie urged "the prompt withdrawal of that promise of sanctuary." Hands Only BERKELEY, Calif. (UPI) —Berkeley public school teachers may spank grade school pupils but, according to new rules, they mustn't lay a hand on high schoolers. The school board rules cautioned the teachers against using a ruler or paddle. Only the bare hand may be used and teachers must "administer it promptly" if the wayward pupils do not "respond to reason." FAIR GATE AUSTIN—The Texas state fair draws an attendance beyond two million. BILL'S Reg. $49.95 5-Piece Dinette Set Choice of Colors. New, Only 8-PIECE DINING ROOM SUITE $ ' USED. PRICE REG. $29.95 BABY CRIB BRAND J NEW __ 19 Reg. $219.95—3 Piece BEDROOM SUITE Solid Cedar. $10 A MOD. New $ 160 Reg. $29.95 SOFA BED Choice of Colon. New $ 55 REG. $29.95 BASE ROCKERS NEW $ 14 USED TWIN BEDS AND SPRINGS 7 REG. $49.95 —SOLID CEDAR CHESTS NEW DRESSER AND MIRROR USED KEG. 519.95 Student Desk NEW $12.95 REG. $149.95 Bedroom Suite 3 PIECES SAVE S29.95. NEW $120 3 Rooms Of Furniture LIVING ROOM • 2-Pc. Living Room Suite • 2 End Tables • Coffee Table • 2 Table Lamps BEDROOM • 3-Pc. Bedroom Suite • Mattress, Box Springs KITCHEN • 5-Piece Dinette Set All 3 Rooms 299 50 DROP1EAF TABLE USED _...... $9l95 KEG. ?219.95 Bedroom Suite 3 PIECE OAK NEW Reg. $119.95—Twin BUNK BEDS Complete With Springs, Mattress NO MONEY DOWN Free Delivery r— To Suit You. Buy Here Here. WeSdlWJiot You Meed To Buy -We Buy What You Have To Sell THE STORE WHERE A DOLLAR BUYS A DOLLAR'S WORTH! BILL'S FURNITURE BI M- MclNTOSH EAST SIDE SQUARE Romance of Princess Protested THE HAGUE (UPI) — World War H resistance fighters and Dutch newspapers today mounted a new protest against the romance between Princess Beatrix of The Netherlands and a former member of a Nazi elite regiment. The subject 'of the .controversy is Glaus von Amsberg, 38, a suave, polished junior diplomat on the Africa desk of the West German Foreign Office in Bonn. Official sources said Wednesday night.the 27 - year - old crown princess would announce her engagement to Von Amsberg before the end of the month. They said the most like ly. date will be June 26. Von Amsberg was capture by American troops in Hal; during the war. He was ; member of the crack "Todes kopf" (death's head) tank regi ment. Priot to army service the royal suitor attended th aristocratic "Nestroy" boardin school for boys where member ship in the Hitler youth w a mandatory. "I would regret it very mucl if the princess chose this can didate," declared Paul van Esch, secretary to the Board o Federation of former resistanci fighters. The newspaper het Virji IVolk, organ of the labor party second largest political grouj in the coalition government o Prime Minister Dr. Joseph M L. T. Cals, said editorially: "Why must the princess be come engaged to a German who fought in the German army to make the reich of Hit ler win?" A German who served in Hit ler's army as Von Amsberg die would be unacceptable to mil lions of Dutch citizens. The memories and scars of Holland's occupation by the Nazis are still bitter. from Our KES' Bakers Return To Work INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — Lo cal Bakery Workers Union mem bers went back to work today alter reaching "agreement on new contract with three bakeries. Local president George Frieje and management spokesman A. L. Taggart said by a vote oi 138-122, members of Local 372 voted Wednesday to accepl terms of an agreement reached earlier between the union and Colonial, Continental and American bakeries. Frieje said the agreement centered around pay increases of 8 to 15 cents an hour this year and an 8 and 9-cent increase next year. Taggert said the new contract, retroactive to June 6, also called for an additional 3% cents an hour per man to be paid by the companies for welfare and other fringe benefits. During the strike, the companies continued service by using management personnel to man bread ovens and Teamsters Union members who completed deliveries after the bread was carried past picket lines to their trucks. For Society, call 663-3111. TRUCK, m n/iiillllllll IF S. R. BENTLEY R. R. 5, Greensburg SHIRK'S TREE CITY SUPPLY, Inc. 926 N. Lincoln St. ". Jnne 17,-..,J$50 . 4 d Mrs. Ivan Bailey children of Vero Beach, FJa. were .visiting, her parents, Mr and Mrs. E,dgar Clark. Frank Guilkey, Mrs. Jessie Hamkton,. Greensburgj ,,Ro'y . Indianapolis EJdward Evans, Letts, and-Janie "Gardner, WestpepV^had :sufgefy at Memorial.Hospital.,, V " The annual state convention pi Indiana-Baptist men was held for.,.,twQ,-; <feys;:at ,th> ^Baptist Youth Camp southeast of Le^ts. Members of Mptor Truck 400, stationed at San Antonio, Texas, during World; War I,'-held their annual reunion, in Greensburg during the weekend. Thirty-five were in .attendance. Veterans and their wives convened at the home of Howard Littell. The weatheF was":'"Maximum," 75; Minimum, 58. Mis's Jane Sachse and Willard Becraft were married at the Connersville Baptist Church. The marriage of William Berberian, G. H. S. basketball coach, and Miss Angeline Tira- kian, Detroit, Mich., took place in St. John's Apostolic Church, Detroit. Miss Agatha Kirk of Adams, became the bride of Denzil Williams of R. R. 6, in the Adams Methodist .Church. Betty Jean Butler and David L. Hanavan of Ross, O., were wed in the Baptist Church here. Miss Barbara Reichart and Frank Manus were married in St. Mary's Church. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Klingeman, Mr,.arid Mrs. Myron Good and Mrs. Flo March of Bellfon- taine, 0;, were weekend guests of Mrs. Beulah Withers. Miss Emily Jane Reed and William Gilchrist of Brooklyn, N. Y., were married in the Army chapel at Fort Lee, Va. MEDAL WINNERS WASHINGTON—Fourteen National Guards won the Medal of Honor in World War II. News, Tfanifay, June 17,1965 Jackson, Milwaukee— - - Mass Rights Arrests By United Press International •Police made more mass arrests of, civil .rights demonstrators at Jacksoht'Miss., and Milwaukee, . Wis., ; Wednesday bu1 290 protesters marched withoul incident at Chicago. ..Officers picked up ,51 demonstrators at Jackson in a fourth attempt to march, on the Mississippi .Capitol to protest a spe- $al session of the legislature to change the state's voting laws. The'arrests'brought to 726 the number jailed at Jackson for parading without a -permit. Ne- ijtoes claim the legislature was illegally elected because of alleged voter discrimination against Negroes. Twenty civil rights demonstrators were arrested at Milwaukee when they formed a human chain and blocked the path of a school bus. Sixty persons have been arrested during school integration campaign in Milwaukee. Some Conscience IRVING, Tex. (UPI) — A burglar's conscience got the best of him Wednesday—at least a little. A prowler grabbed up a handbag from a woman's room and dashed out when she awoke. He stopped outside just long enough to toss the purse—minus its money —back through a window. (Advertisement) Now For Athlete's Foot Use T-4-L liquid because it gives you KERATOLYTIC ACTION. This irocess sloughs off and dissolves iffected outer skin. Exposes deep- et infection to the killing medica- ion in T-4-L. Relieves itching and Durning, speeds healing. Watch new, healthy skin appear. If not pleased in 24 hours, your 48c back at any drug store. Also, use full trength for .itchy, sweaty feet, in- ect bites, poison ivy. Get T-4-L TOOT POWDER too—provides a ilm of antiseptic protection. NOW it Batterton's Drug. Store. Demonstrators staged 'their fourth march in six days at Chicago in protest against the rehiring of controversial school Supt. Benjamin Harris, accused by civil rights groups of promoting segregation through his neighborhood schools policy. The marchers, however, stayed on the sidewalks and did not sit down in the street, a traffic-blocking action that has brought many of the 530 ar- rests during the Chicago campaign. At Shaw, Miss., police arrested 29 Negro youths in connection with the §5,000 vandalism of a Negro junior high school. Officers said the youths signed a statement that the destruction had been suggested by at least three civil rights workers, one of whom "told us that we didn't have to use the Negro school and that we could go to the white school." ., ,„. 1965 MODEL CLOSE OUT SALE MAKING ROOM FOR THE NEW MODELS Ends Saturday at 5 P.M. VERY SPECIAL 20 TO SELL! Deluxe Wood Cabinet only $ 44 95 OPEN TONIGHT TILL 9 O'CLOCK SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS EVERSOLE TV 810 E. MAIN PHONE 662-1252 front. 1965 Sedan de VII!e; rear, 1963 Sedan da VIlie. People on the go... go Cadillac! If you have considered nioving up to Cadillac, vacation time is the perfect time to act. 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