Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on August 26, 1965 · Page 8
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Goldberg ' Installs Own Team WASHINGTON (UPI) — U.S. Ambassador Arthur J. Goldberg is installing his own handpicked diplomatic team at the United Nations to replace four close associates of his predecessor, the late Adlai E. Stevenson. The major reshuffle, coming at a crucial time in the Viet Nam war. will send to New York, among others, Rep. James Roosevelt, D-Calif., and Dr. James M. Nabrit Jr., a prominent Negro educator. The new appointments, announced by President Johnson at his news conference Wednesday, were seen as evidence of Goldberg's firm, take-charge attitude toward the job he assumed less than a month ago after Stevenson's death of a heart attack in London. Career diplomat Charles W. Yost. S?. will replace Francis T. P. Plimpton. 64. as Gold- U. N. delegation deputy, Plimpton, who was acting head of the U. S. delegation until Goldberk took over, is returning to private law practice but may be available for consultative work with the administration, officials said. Mrs. Eugenie Anderson. 56. of Red Wing. Minn., former U.S. ambassador to Denmark and onetime U.S. minister to Communist Bulgaria, will succeed Mrs. Marietta Tree. 48, as America's representative on the U. N. trusteeship council. Goldberg was said to have recommended his choices after conferences with Secretary of State Dean Rusk, who with the President has been in almost daily consultation with the former Supreme Court justice. PAGE 11 Grcensburg (ind.) Daily News, Thursday, Aug. 26,1965 40 Years Ago From Greensburg Standard Files, Week of Aug. 21, 1925 The Springhill United Presbyterian closed a three-day observance of its centennial. Rev. E. A. Allen of College Corner. O. spoke at the union church service in the Methodist Church. Lou Eris. small .laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Carpenter of Rushville, died at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank McMillian. Miss Agnes Vanderpohl, 89, of Millhousen died at St. Francis Hospital, Cincinnati. Clifford Jackson, 12-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jackson, passed away. The Aug. 15 marriage of Nolan S. Rosz-ell and Miss Mary Armstrong of Letts was announced. Miss Lizzie Lathrop. 67. expired at her home on North Franklin Street. Michael Gutting had been appointed messenger from the Greensburg postoffiee to the railroad station, it was announced. Miss Annette Thomson of Indianapolis, formerly of Greensburg. had been selected to teach home economics the coming year in Jackson High School. Edna Bochinan of Batesville had emergency surgery for a ruptured appendix at Memorial Hospital. She later passed away. Mrs. Zelpha Marsh. 78. died at her home on North Broadway. Rev. C. J. Bunnell, Westport Baptist pastor, was chosen moderator of the Decatur County Baptist Association at the annual meeting at Burney. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Crawley and Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Braden returned from a motor trip to Michigan City. Benton Harbor and St. Joseph. Mich. Mrs. Braden was injured in an accident on the trip through St. Joseph and was hospitalized three days. Mrs. Margaret Porter. 79, expired at her home in Westport. Daniel Webster Lovett. 80. died at his home in Long Beach, Calif. He was a former local resident. Remains were brought here. Charles E. Maudlin and Miss Louise Riley of near Burney were married at the Methodist parsonage. Richard Beeson. small son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Beeson. lost tire middle finger at the first joint of his left hand in a lawn mower. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Alexander returned from a month's visit in Georgia, Tennessee and Kentucky. Mrs. Margaret Zoller Porter, 60, died at her home in Cincinnati. Remains were brought here for the funeral and burial. Miss Eleanor Primm, 25, of South Michigan Avenue passed away. Dr. and Mrs. G. K. Lucas and daughter, Winna Mae. returned from a trip in Ohio and on Lake Erie. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Beatty of French Lick were preparing to return to Greensburg for residence. 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