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HA?. 01. ARCH I' IIJDIA; IHDIA. VOLUME 69, NUMBER 157 |) J. BURTOS /SS ASSISTANT llTsTATS LIBRARY •1APOLIS, IHDIASA ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS MATTER OCTOBER 4, 1895 AT POST OFFICE AT TIPTON, INDIANA TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILYTRIBUNE, MONDAY, APRIL 5, 1965 7 CENTS PER COPY — 35 CENTS PER.WEEK PRESS BREAKDOWN INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) —The Sunday issue of the Muncie Star was printed by the Indianapolis Star after presses were stopped by an electrical controls breakdown. More than 36,500 copies were printed and distributed. The firm which publishes the Muncie paper is affiliated with the firm which publishes the Indianapolis paper. TO GET DEGREES INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)—Three ministers and a banker will receive honorary degrees from Indiana Central College at its commencement June 6. The banker is Otto N. Frenzel, president of 'Merchants National Bank & Trust Co., Indianapolis. The ministers are the Rev. Donald W. Gorbett of Evansville and the Ttev. A. Hunter Colpitts of Fort Wayne, pastors of Evangelical United Brethren churches, and the Rev. S. Marion Smith,' professor at Christian Theological Seminary in Indianapolis. TO MODERNIZE INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — A S13.2 mllion long-range plan for development and modernization of James Whitcomb Riley Hospital for Children was announced Sunday. The James Whitcomb Riley Memorial Association said a five-story five-wing addition to the existing hospital at the Indiana University Medical Center here would cost $10.7 million, and extensive remodeling of the present structure would cost S2.5 million. f Traffic Arrests Three traffic offenders were arrested Friday and Saturday by city and state police. Richard E. Dial, 18, Atlanta, was stopped 'Friday evening for reckless driving. He is slated to appear in court April 9. Also slated to appear in court on warning tickets are Terry A. Fritch, 16, 626 W. Madison St., and Donald Jones, 28, Box 93. Hobbs. Fritch was stopped for having a defective right front headlight while Jones was warned about a dead left rear tail light and faulty mufflers Council Studies Pay Increases; Appoints Butz The Tipton County Council met in special session Saturday morning to receive requests for salary increases .and to make an appointment to the State Alcoholc Beverage Commission. ABC member Ambrose J. -Butz was re-appointed to the post for a term of one year, retroactive to April 1 and ending April l, 1966. The Council denied three of the monetary requests, a $1,000 request for other operating expenses at the jail; $800 for an assistant agricultural agent; and $600 for the County Planning Commission. Approved in part were salary requests by the Agricultural agent and the home extension agent. Each was granted $300, the former asking for $900 while the latter requested $1400. ' The council approved a $350 salary for the secretary to the County Prosecuting Attorney. The Council also approved a two per cent maintenance appropriation ' of $7,184.37 for the agricultural association and granted $3,509 for the petit jury allowance plus an additional $350 for petit jury meals. The Council also allowed $500 for Circuit Court equipment and approved a $1 ,B50 bill for bridge repiir, the funds to come from (he cumulative bridge fund. Council i members present were president : John W. Barrum, Arthur Barr, James Harlow, Edgar WeismUler, George Compton and Arthur Huggler. FIGHTING IN New Castle Man Held In Wife's Death NEW CASTLE, Ind. (UPI)— Charles Crabtree, 29, New Castle, today was | scheduled for a preliminary hearing in . City Court here in the shooting and beating death- of his wife, the second such incident in Indiana in two weeks. Crabtree's German-born wife, Christa, 23, was shot to death Saturday night on a Henry County road about nine miles northeast of New Castle, in what Crabtree allegedly has described to police as an accident during a violent argument in the couple's car. . It almost was exactly two weeks ago - that authorities found Loyed Key,- 30,' Marion, standing next to his borrowed car along Interstate 69 near Daleville, =with the body of his wife in the front seat. The woman was shot six times in the head and Key and his alleged paramour, Mrs.- Phyllis-Hazelbaker, 30, an Alexandria divorcee, have since been charged with first degree murder in the slaying. Says Accidential Henry County Sheriff Warren Davis said Sunday Crabtree admitted to him that the shooting was an accident. He said, however, that Crabtree had thus far refused to sign a formal statement in the woman's death. Davis said Crabtree accompanied Davis, Deputy Sheriff James Covey and Indiana State Police trooper Martin Werling to the scene of the shooting Sunday morning. At, the scene, Davis said Crabtree told him hei had the .22-caliber pistol• in his- hand • as the couple argued and his wife grabbed, for .the. weapon ..,.* Crabtree said he then let go of the auto's steering wheel without stopping the car and grabbed the pistol with both hands, Davis said. He said Crabtree told authorities the gun - discharged as Crabtree pulled it away from his wife. Son In The Car Davis said the couple's son, Byron, 7, .apparently was in the car at the time and may have witnessed the shooting. Crabtree was arrested shortly after carrying the woman's body into the emergency room of Henry County Hospital Saturday night, where she was pronounced dead on -arrival of a gunshot - wound in the chest. Davis said the woman had been severely beaten about the face. He said authorities believe the beating may have been administered with a. pair of metal kunckles found in Crabtree's car. Earlier, Airs.- John Harrison told police Crabtree and his family came to the Harrison home in rural Messick, about 10 miles north of New Castle, ..the night of the shooting, • Victim Jumps From Car Mrs. Harrison said in a statement to police the victim jumped from the car as it pulled up in front of the house and told her, "Charles threatened to kill me and made me leave home; and get into the car with him." (Mrs. - Harrison said . Mrs. Crabtree "then went into ! her home as she talked with Crabtree, who she said asked, to see 1 , her son; L.adoit, and threatened' (Continued on page 61 WORLD WEEK- BIG «EWA>0 POSTED FOR BIRMINGHAM DYNAMITER MORE THAN 400 EARTHQUAKE DEAD r COUNTED IN CHILE Hollywood To Award On T-V Tonight By VERNON SCOTT UPI Hollywood Correspondent HOLLYWOOD (UPI)—Movie stars from around the world converged on Hollywood today for the 37th annual Academy Awards, distinguished by the return to popularity of big, glossy musicals. "My Fair Lady," "Mary Pop- oins", and "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" were among the leaders for awards tonight and provided a trio of glamor queens for the presentations: Audrey Hepburn, Julie Andrews and Debbie Reynolds."". Both Fair Lady and Pippins' are competing for best picture. Miss Andrews and Miss Reynolds are nominees for "best actress. And Miss Hepburn will present the-Oscar to this year's winning actor. Backstage excitement was anticipated in a face-to-face meeting of Miss Andrews and Miss Hepburn, who was not nominated for best actress in ihe role of Eliza Doolittle" in Fair Lady — the role which made a Broadway star of Miss Andrews. The actresses have been- a center of controversy since Warner Bros, selected Miss Hepburn for the part. In addition to Miss Andrews and Miss Reynolds, the nominated actresses are Sophia Loren (Marriage Italian Style), Anne Bancroft (The Pumpkin Eaters) and Kim Stanley (Se­ ance on a Wet Afternoon.) Best picture nominations went to "Zorba the Greek," "Becket" and "Dr.. Strange- love," as well as Fair Lady and Poppins. Competing for best actor are Rex Harrison (Fair Lady), Anthony .Quinn (Zorba), Peter Seller s'| (Strangelove), Peter O'Toole and Richard Burton (Becket). Actors O'Toole, Burton and Sellers are in London and will not attend the awards. However, should Harrison be presented the Oscar by Miss Hepburn the moment would be one of the most dramatic in academy memory — the girl whom many academy' members believed_ should have been nominated .-r- , making the presentation, to her co-star. •Also unable to attend the (Continued on Page 6). DOESN'T EXPECT INTERVENTION—Before leaving Washington for South Viet Mam, Amb. Maxwell D. Taylor (right) ; standi wltih Sen. J. W. Fulbrlght. D-Ark, aa he telli newsmen be beUevea the chance* are "very alight" at thla' Umeth^tC ^mimunlBt- China or the Soviet Union would Intervene in the war In Viet Nam. 'V- Police Block Berlin Roads By JOSEPH B. FLEMING United ,Press International BERLIN (UPI)—The Communists today harassed German road traffic to West Berlin and threatened to disrupt "Allied air links to the city 110 miles behind the Iron Curtain. East German police threw the lifeline truck and auto traffic from West Germany into chaos with slowdowns and road blocks. \ At the same time, the Russians attempted to take over v space in the Western Allies' three 20-mile-wide air corridors linking West Berlin with West Germany. The Communists used joint Soviet - East German military maneuvers as the pretext for their actions. But the moves clearly were designed to sabotage this week's "meeting of the West German Parliament in West Berlin. German ground traffic was the object of the harassing tactics. The United' States and France sent military convoys barrelling down the 110 - mile highway to West Germany (Continued on Page 6) Fire Warning Tested Today At Junior High Pupils and teachers at Tipton Junior High School received a surprise visit by fire officials this morning as the firemen ind school officials tested a new fire warning system completed at the school Saturday. After receiving complaints by both parents and fire officials, Building Maintenance Superintendent Jim Riley had new horns installed in the gymnasium and other parts of the building. He also installed smoke and fire 1 detectors in three third story vacant rooms and a .wood pile room in the basement. 'All systems worked to perfection as the'building was cleared in 54 seconds. Fire Chief Landis Fields,. Sr., said the time was about a half minute faster than during previous fire drills. Fields and Fireman Jack VanHorn assisted in the drill with Superintendent Vincent R. Guenther and Principal Wallace Underwood. Riley said the installation of the new equipment was done by himself and other maintenance men under the supervision and approval, by assistant fire chief Jack McCullough. He said the work cost about $358 including $38 apiece for the smoke and fire detectors. This represented a savings of nearly $1,200 over the cost of having a private firm do the work. WEATHER Cloudy and mild through TuestSiy. Showers and scattered thunderstorms beginning this afternoon, continuing- tonight and ending Tuesday. High today and Tuesday In upper' 50s. Low tenlaht mid 4tsi Many Accidents Reported Here Over Weekend A rash of automobile, accidents broke out in the city and county last weekend as seven wrecks occurred in the three- day span. An Arkansas trucker who had his rig stopped for the light at Main and Jefferson, was struck in the side by David O. Reecer, 18, RR 3, Tipton. Reecer told police he was pulling up to the light and got over too far. Estimated damage to the truck, driven by Billy Quillman, ^28, Jurisonville, Ark., w a s $90. Damage *o Reecer's vehicle was set at $50. Several hit-and-run accidents also occurred during the damage blitz. Lois L. Lambert, 17, RR 5, Tipton, reported being struck by an unidentified car as she pulled her father's auto into the family driveway shortly after midnight Saturday. Damage to the Lambert car was placed at $100. The Sheriff's department also received a report from Perry S. Miller, 17, 703 N. Ma'n St., who told of being struck on Indiana 28, just west of U.S. 31, Saturday night. Miller said another car came along, apparently too fast," slid off the road into a ditch, striking Miller's machine in the process. Damage was estimated at $75. '• The Sheriff's department is also investigating an accident vhat resulted in $100 damagel to a car driven by Cleon M. Silence, 22, RR 2, Atlanta. Silence said his vehicle was ' struck Sunday as he drove down a country road" in the southwest part of the country.. He said •He other driver apparently pulled out of his driveway without looking. A- Tipton .woman, Helen Miller, 55, 425 • Oak St., was involved in an accident Saturday morning while waiting for the light at Madison and Main Streets. Mrs. Miller was stopped behind Ruth Mohler, 71, RR % Tipton, headed north on Main St., when Mrs. Mohler backed her vehicle into Mrs. Miller's. 'Damage to the Mohler machine, was estimated at $35 while the loss on the Miller auto was set at '$75. Another intersection accident occurred at the corner of Main and Colonial Streets in Kempton Saturday morning. Jason G. Ricketts, 71, Kempton, 'driving west on Colonial Street, was struck in the side by Martha G. Lane, -42, Kempton. Kempton Marshall: Bill Bitner, who investigated the mishap said Mrs. Lane had a stop sign as she drove north on Main Street, but told him she didn't see Rickett's vehicle. Damage was' s'et at $200 for Ricketts car and $50 for the Lane vehicle. , • A Kokomo.man, Reginald B. Galloway, 24, also reported a single car mishap on U.S. 31 Saturday. Galloway told Sheriff's department officers that he was driving his 1962 rear-engine compact, about 60 mph when he struck the burm and flipped. the vehicle about six miles north of State Road 28. Galloway reported no' injuries in the accident and no figure was given for, the damage estimate. County FBLA Chapters Gted * At Ball State Tipton County captured top honors as chapters of the .Future Business Leaders of America met Saturday in state judging of individuals and exhibits at Ball State University. Two students from Tipton High School, Linda McAtee and Connie Arnett, were elected secretary and historian, respectively, of -the state FBLA and a T.H.S. exhibit, citing contributions of American business in bettering working conditions was awarded first place and will be- forwarded • to Cincinnati -for judging in the national level of .FBLA 1 ; June ,13-15.' ' . Tom, Carter,' Sfearpsville "High'' School, - won the "Mr. FBLA". title' and: will .represent the state at.Cihcinnafi;:Sharpsville's project won .third place in the state exhibit -While ' Tipton : FBLA president -Mike Logan finished thifd.- ih_ the'"Mr/ iFBL'A!.' judg' ing. . •• .. ,.> '• •• ' "•\-; , '-\ :TheV .Tipton > High-School chapter.-also: won first place-' for the installation of. most new -chap American Planes In New Attacks On Red Territory Windfall Native Dies in Virginia Word has been received in Windfall of the death of Mrs. Iva M.Spurlin, 81,. 3 Windfall native who spent most of her life in the Gary area until eight years ago when she moved to Arlington, Virginia, where she made her home. with her son, Frank Striken Services will be held from the Windfall Christian Church at 1 p.m. Thursday vvith Rev. Delmar Follis officiating and burial will be in Brookside Cemetery. Friends may call after 4 p.m. Wednesday at the Pritchard - funeral home in Windfall. Mrs. S'purlin was born in Windfall June 1, 1833, daughter of Frank and Emma Mitchell. She was a member of the Windfall Christian Church. Surviving in addition to the son are two grandchildren; seven, great grandchildren and a brother, Will F. Mitchell, Indianapolis. Former Kempton Resident Killed Glenn Carr, 22; for three years a Kempton resident, died at 12:30 a:m. Sunday in an auto accident ; near Surgoinsville, Tennessee; where he had moved with his family last November.' Services will .be held from the Colbach and Price Funeral 'Home in' R'ogersvilfe, Tennessee, Tuesday, with • bur- ia'. there,. • -*• t '•He' had - been-' employed on -construction projects as, a bricklayer while living in Kempton. -Survivors include the parents, George and Love Carr, •two children,- Jimmy. Lynn Carr and- Lisa Carr: the wife, the former Lois - Winger; two sisters, Mrs; Robert Crumley of •Tipton arid Miss Coleen Carr of Tennessee '• and > a ' brother, £rs "i7thVsta^^^ . Ca "\ of Tennessee. year. . • • Miss-. Betty .. Ghere, faculty sponsor of the T.H.S. chapter, has placed the Tipton exhibit on display in. Room 109' at the high school until it is sent to Cincinnati for the national' judging. DIES AFTER FALL LOGANSPORT, Ind. (UPI)— Dr. Charles Ballard, 82; Cass County health officer and a practicing physician here for more than 60 years, died Sunday night in St. Joseph's Hospital here, after suffering a fractured back in a fall at his home March 30. FIVE MEN FINED ' Five persons were fined in Justice of the Peace Court Saturday • including two ' who had failed to get their 1965 license tags. They were Larry Beard, • 28, Kempton, and Robert A. jBarger, 29, Indianapolis.They •.were fined $18.75 each. Also fined $18.75 for false registration was ' a . Kokom.o man, David L. Miller, 23. Two cf the offenders were fined $22.75 each for traveling more than 80 mph in a 65 mph zone. They were Charles D. Scott, 29, Kokomo, and David Andrews, 35, Fort Wayne. 'QUAKE WRECKS HUNDREDS Or'HOMES IN GREECE—A Uttle^ girl playa on her grandmother,'* .lap unmindful of the nw- bie around them in MHtrangajafter; a severe earthquake rinded through central Cireece,,. wreaking ^hundreds of. ^ ncSea. (CubtephotoJ By MICHAEL T. MALLOY United Press International SAIGON (UPI) — American planes defied stiffened North Vietnamese air defenses today and carried out two devastating attacks on Communist territory. Sixteen U.S. Air Force ?105 jet lighter-bombers hammered Communist rail and highway traffic 120 miles south of Hanoi. An armada of 60 U.S. Navy bombers from the aircraft carrier Coral Sea struck radar installations just north of the 17th parallel border. One of the F105s was shot down by anti-aircraft fire but the pilot was rescued. All of the Navy - planes returned safely to the Coral Sea as it steamed through t h e South China Sea, a spokesman said. The Navy planes poured tons of bombs and napalm jellied gasoline on the radar station at Vinh Linh, a target which ha., been hit on several previous occasions. 4 No enemy opposition was encountered. Crash Kills Gl Inside South Viet Nam, an American soldier was killed today in a helicopter crash in the mountains 190 miles northeast of Saigon. Two U.S. Army advisers were wounded Sunday in a clash with the Viet Cong in Binh Dinh Province 300 miles northeast of Saigon. As the tempo of the war quickened on both sides of the 17th parallel, U.S. Ambassador Maxwell D. Taylor returned to Saigon with new plans *to boost American military strength. Taylor was in Washington last week for higher level strategy talks in Washington with President Johnson and Defense Department officials. Taylor told newsmen today that President Johnson was "heartened and encouraged by the progress' which our Vietnamese allies are making." "We have a difficult road ahead. . .but I believe it should be clear to friend and foe alike that our commitment here is irrevocable," Taylor said. MIG Dov/ns American A military spokesman s aid the jet fighter-bombers encoum tered no opposition from North Vietnamese interceptor aircraft during today's air raid. Two F105s we>-e downed Sunday by • North Vietnamese MIG j e t fighters when American planes destroyed a bridge near Thanh Hoa. only 75 miles south of Hanoi. It was the first time Communist planes had downed American craft. American military sources said planes on Sunday's" mission also met heavy fire from radar-controlled anti-aircrait gunj. The planes in today's mission by the 16 fighter-b 0 m b e r s bombed and strafed two railroad locomotives, destroying one and heavily damaging thi othe.'. The -jets then swooped down on Communist truck traffic' along highways seven and ciqht leaving two vehicles in flames. The operation was described as an "armed reconnaissance" operation in which the American planes sought out targets of opportunity rather than hitting, a pre-determined area. The helicopter" crewman killed today was pinned beneath the wreckage when the craft crash-landed, skidded and . burned. The rest of the crew was unhurt. Blame Power Failure The crash was attributed to a power failure. The helicopter was flying an escort mission at the time. ' ' . The two 'wounded American (Continued on Page 6) in DAYS *" LEFT WIM Off tm Fufcn! tan Hi »» mi, adudt 1 > da* K MMT trtw UriM t« «mm» Untu" Hi ttj bum •< tu *«. 1

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