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PAGE 8 THE ANDERSON HERALD SATURDAY, JUNE 25, larky, Blancas Set Midway Pace In Western Open With Scores Of 140 Ex-College Teammates Up Two Strokes CHICAGO (UPI) —Kermit and Zarley and Homero Blancas, one-time college teammates, wound up as the pace setters midway through the $100,000 0 [ Western Open Friday with w i. scores of 140, two under par, on but Mcdinah's No. 3 course. Each fired a two-under-par 69 ___ in the second round to grab a put one-stroke lead on National the open champion and defending Western champion Billy Casper. They were two strokes up on fro: Tommy Bolt, Tony Lema, Arnold Palmer, Jack McGowan Harry Ken Venturi and Tommy Aaron and Toscano. Zarley, out early in the field „; 124 pros, netted four birdies with putts of 2, 6, 7 and 15 feet, but three-putted once for a boegy and then went over ,._. on the short 14th hole when he his tee shot 35 yards past .. green. Blaneas, playing late, almost the same results, put an approach only a foot i the pin for one birdie, then sank an 8-footer, a 15- footer and a 40-footer for three over birds. But he hit a wedge into trap to go over par on one ho and three-putted another for bogey. Blancas, 28, and Zarley, : attended the University Houston and played on t golf team for two yeai In 1962, they were rivals the championship match . the national collegiate title, ai — Zarley won, 5 and 4. He remember I had a 73 for t first 18 holes," Blaneas sai "and I was 7 down." _ ._ Casper, one of the first-d other front runners with a 69, scor par same had Z DEADLINE for ADVERTISING COPY for July 4th Week THE ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT AND BUSINESS OFFICES OF ANDERSON NEWSPAPERS, Inc., WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY, JULY 4, TO OBSERVE INDEPENDENCE DAY. THIS WILL MAKE AN EARLY DEADLINE NECESSARY FOR THE FOLLOWING DAYS: Issue of: Sun., July 3 Hon., July 4 Tues., Jufy 5 Wed,, July 6 Thur,, July T Fri,, July 8 Deadline For HERALD Wed., June 29 2 P.M. Thura., June 30, Noon Wed., June 29,10A.M. Thurs., June 30 Noon Fri., July 1 Noon Deadline For BULLETIN Wed., June 29, 3 P.M. Thura., June 30,3 P.M. Wed,. June 29, Noon Thurs., June 30,3 P.M. Fri., July 1, 3 P.M. 72 Friday and complained) bitterly about the rough. "It's very unfair," he said "It's a shame to play a majo championship with rough this high. The PGA tried to ge them to cut it and they wouldn't. Lema and McGowan were the most consistent of the challen gers with a pair of 71s to share fourth place. Palmer Venturi each had 72-70. Bolt, the first day leader with a 68, pulled a back muscle with an all-out swing with a three iron on the sixth hole, knocking the ball out of bounds to set up a double bogey and a 74 total. He. awaited a physician's examination to determine whether he could continue to play CHICAGO fUPD—Individual scores in the Western Open Golf Tournament altei the Eecoml round of play on the par 71-7: 142 course: 71-69-140 71-69—140 9-72-141 8-74-142 1-71—142 2.70-142 2.70-142 1.71—142 75-65-143 73-70—143 69-76—145 69-76-145 74-71-145 71-7- Kermit Zarley llomero Blancas Billy Casper Tommy Bolt Tony Lema Arnold Palmer Ken Venturi Jack McGowan Tommy Aaron Harry Toscann Harold Kneecft Doug Sanders Charles Coody Mike Souchak my Pott Bob Brue Bruce Crampton ay Brewer Bob Verwey Bruce Devlin Iner Dickinson Jr. Labron Harris Don January Rod Funseth R. H. Sites 74-71-145 75-70—145 73-73—146 74-72—146 73-73—146 75-71—146 74-72—146 75-71—146 71-75—146 70-76—146 Andretti's 169.014 MPH New Lap Record ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) - Mario 4ndretti of Nazareth, Pa., de- ending United States Auto Club 'hampion, drove his rear-engine Ford around the Atlanta Race- ivay track at a record-shatter- jig 169.014 miles per hour Friday to lead qualifying for §un- iay's $80,000 championship 300. Andretti's time broke A. J. Foyt's record of last year. Seven other drivers qualified :nd Billy Foster of Victoria, British, Columbia, also better- ng Foyt's mark at 166.769 miles •n.p.h. Foyt, who set the qualifying ecord of 166.512 last year, will ake his turn on the IVz-mile Tack Saturday with the remain- ler of the 56 entries vying for he 30 positions. (eeseys Vault Into Leadership After the second week of play f the Anderson Newspapers 3olf League, the leading team is captained by Don Keesey at a net 595 strokes for 36 holes, ack Doss' net 67 was a con- ributing factor to Keesey's earn taking over the lead from ierney Wade's foursome, which is now in third. Riding in a close second, hree shots off the pace, is the earn captained by Mike Brow, who fired a medalist round of 3 at Grandview Monday. ' Lew Roby's team is in a solid burth place at 614 with eight more weeks remaining until the ow net team champion team is iecideJ, ana Bert Thomas' [uartet is close behind at 616. Blind par winners this week vere Frank Calabria, Jack Shrine Day Saturday Club opens at noon. SUMMER SPECIALS AVAILABLE ONLY AT OUR HI-WAY 67 AND 109 BY-PASS CAR CARE CENTER QUALITY COMES H|AT FIRESTONE IST; firestone SUPER VALUES compare PRICE and QUALITY.* 19" Rotary mower Premium power st a popular price. Big 3-h.m 4-cyck engine. Easy-Wind automatic starting. Fingertip- adjustable cutting height Safety guard in dmte. Bakcd- on green finish. Optional grass catcher available at small NO MONEY DOWN Only $5 Per Mo. wwi ! SPRfflKLEBf i; Revolving ^ iype covets 35 ft iitna. HEDGE SHEARS Only SB2C1 FREE! 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AVAILABLE ONLY AT Hi-way 67 & 109 BY-PASS CAR CARE CENTER See us for all your RECREATION and LAWN CARE needs LOOK WHAT I CAUGHT! - Young Greg Bushing, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Bushing, of Anderson, poses beside three large channel catfish caught at Geist Reservoir recently. Young Bushing isn't telling he had some help from his father, cost engineer at Emge's Packing Co. {County Line Dock Photo) Doss, Bob Mason and Berney Wade. Standings, with actual anc landicap scores follow: 1st at 595 — Don Keesey 78. 5; Jack Doss 88, 67; Sam )heay 98, 77; Bill Greeson 112 4. 2nd at 593 - Mike Brow 73, 8; Red Haven 94, 73; George Muffins 98, 77; Bob Mason 112, 4. 3rd at 604 — Berney Wade 78, 3; Bob Jarvis 95, 81; Roy DeHart 86, 69; Bob Pence 108, 4th at 614 - Lew Roby 80, 74; /era Johnson 97, 87; Dan Meyrs 112, 85; Dick Collins 97, 71. 5th at 616-Bert Thomas 83 5; Frank Calabria 83, 73; Dink Gallamore 112, 91; Arthur Hal- terstadt 107, 82. -E-A-G-U- FAIRVIEW AMERICAN Deko-Remy 101 002—4 5 Aux. Police 001 112-5 6 Crist and Porter; Eldridge and Snowden. SO-Crist 7. Mier, Albea pitdier, struck iut 14 Guide Lamp batters and lammed a solo home run to ead his team to a 6-2 victory, tier's strikeout total accounted or all but four of Guide's outs. Guide Lamp 000 002—2 6 Albea Plumbing ...300 03x—6 7 Little and D. Peck; Mier and 1. Moore. HR—Mier <Albea) 5th, none on. SO—Mier 14, Little 6. Monday's game: 5:30—Guide Lamp vs. Delco-Remy. SHADYSIDE Stein's pair of homers, one third-inning grandslam, and solo blast in the sixth, featured Local 777's 12-11 top- )ing of C. S. Market yesterday. D. Huff homered for the losers in the second with the sacks empty. Local 777 250 221-12 9 C. S. Mrkt 022 520-11 7 Ward, Reese 2, Sumpter 6 and Quinby; Boze and Burfchardt. N.S. Pharmacy ...305 014—13 9 Goehring's 001 022- 5 7 Weed and Chismar; Mock and Neal. Today's games: 5—Local 663 vs. Ferguson's; 7—McDonald's vs. Coca-Cola. MADISON PROGRAM TODAY A Home-Run Derby featuring Anderson Newspapers' sports editors, Miice Brow and Red Haven, arrayed against the sterling duo of Jim Stewart, WHUT, and Jim Ray, WHBU, will top the all-day social and 7-game program today at Madison Avenue diamond. The scribes-casters' battle will go on at 12:25. Four minor league games, starting with Forse Cleanamation (3-1) vs. Tibco Plumbing (4-0) at 8:30 a.m., will be run off in the forenoon. The major gf.mes in theafter- noon toss together Coca-Cola vs. Pepsi-Cola at 1 p.m. followed by UK Pottcry-Emge's and Lynch-Acm? Paving teams. Bryan's pair of homers featured Coca-Cola's 11-1 win over Emge's yesterday. Bryan's firsi circuit smash came in the first with a couple of mates aboard and his second one came in the third with a runner aboard. Coca-Cola 425 000-1113 Emge's 001 000- 1 4 A. Phillips, DeWeese 3rd and, Bryan; Pardue, Thompson 2 and Schildmeyer. , — Knox Star Signs Purdue Cage Tender LAFAYETTE, Ind. (UPI) Jerry Johnson, a 69 center from Knox, has signed a basketball tender to enroll at Purdue, university officials announced Friday. Johnson, dc.scvibDd as a fine oulside shooter, nverc«c(l III points per game as a senior, with a game high of 32. TECHNICOLOR SUNDAY STARTS 2 P.M. ALL DAY Older Model Stocks Race At Sun Valley More than 150 older model stock cars will roar into action at Sun Valley Speedway tonight, pitting some of Central Indiana's top Figure 8 chauffeurs n an evenly balanced competi tion. Starter Butch Brooks will give the green flag to time ' Jj> at 6:40 p.m. and the first of five 10-lap heats will begin at 8:30. Two Figure main events will climax the program. A pair of Anderson veterans, Herb Rose and Noah Goen, will be defending their feature tri umphs of last week, against such top contenders as three- time feature winner Jim Brewer of Noblesville and Bob Fields of Greenfield. Rose, in qualifications last week, eclipsed Field's old one- lap record for the high-banked Johnson's Faces Two Of CIBI/s Toughest Teams Johnson's Real Estate finds itself In the unenviable position of facing two of the strongest teams in the Central Indiana Baseball League on consecutive nights. Saturday the Anderson entry faces the Marion Blue Sox, which whipped the locals there on a three - hitter last week, in a twilight game at Memorial Field. Sunday .the team travels to Kokomo to face the league's only unbeaten team. Saturday's game has been moved to " o'clock so .that local fans can take in the game and still catch the Indiana-Kentucky All - Star contest. All local players are asked to report to Memorial Field by 5:30 hi order to take pregame drills and receive new uniforms. Jerry Degitz' fine snowing against the Lafayette .Columbians recently has apparently earned him the starting mound job against Marion. PARAMOUNT STARTS WEDNESDAY •y^ "« *'«"• TUHI*:*" Tin-t »*• *=-~AMartinRacrJfiPio(loclioii SKGECOACH temaScoDe- Cote bv Deluxe • NOBLESVILLE DRIVE-IN THEATRE Just 20 Minutes West on St. Rd. 32 TONIIE! 2 BIG HITSI NO. 1 Kirk Douglas—John Wayn* "CAST A GIANT SHADOW" —PLUS- Ann-Margret—Richard Crenna "MADE IN PARIS" STARTS SUNDAY!! James Garner—Sidney Poitier "DUEL AT DIABLO" Also—Tony Randall in "FLUFFY" OPEN 7:30 P.M.-SHOW AT DUSK NOW-FINAL TUES. OPEN 1:00 P.M. - AT 1:15-3:30-5:30-7:30-9:30 Jerry's control has been a strong point, the Anderson hurler having been very stingy in giving up both hits and bases en balls. Probable starter for Marion will be Dan Pannell, who pitched the fine three - hitter against Johnson's last week. Manager Don Brandon was generally pleased with the team's showing in a brisk workout Friday night. The squad appeared stronger on bath offense and defense, although the test is still to come. Anderson's defending CIBL champions currently are 1-2 and face an uphill battle if they are to add a fourth consecutive title this year. On Sunday all players will meet at Memorial Field at 2:30 p.m. to make the trip to Kokomo. quarter-mile course .and tha Greenfield driver would like to get it back tonight. About 35 cars, all of them 1954 model stock and older, will start in each of the crossover main events. Included in the starting field in addition to the above named will be Muncie chauffeurs Don Andrews and Jim Wyman, Bill Tunnell and John Keller of El- ood; John Spellman of Nobles'.lie, George Sims of Marion, Jton Sneed of Daleville and ill Lemon, BUI Keep, Bob vans and Elmer Brown of jiderson. The Figure 8 races are a eekly attraction at Sun Valley, hich first introduced them in le suirimer of 1960. Look! PASSWATER'S LUNCH • Beginning June 24, 1966 Open Fri. & Sat. Eve. For Eve. Meals 5:00 'til 8:00 WEST ON 32 DINNER SPECIAL Beef Tend. Steak Hash Browni, Salad and Drink PRIME Roast Beef p™:! 8 ;"" 1 Salad, Homemade Bread Your Choice *1 25 our $135 oice I HOUSE SPECIALTY SWISS STEAK or Baked Virginia HAM DINNER You Choic Young Tender TOM TURKEY With All $150 the Trimmings * Old South'? Original Recipe, a new taste thrill, Southern Fried CHICKEN Served Family Style $125 * All You Can Eat • COMPLETE PARTY FACILITIES SMORGASBORD SUNDAY 11-3 P.M. All You Can Eal $1.65 SADDLE 'N SIRLOIN RESTAURANT JCT. 9 and 109 8Y-PASS - 3405 SI. RD. f NORTH ITS TECHNICOLOR- n™ UNITED ARTISTS ALSO "MIRROR OF FEATURING IN COLOR SPAIET J C PENNEYS FASHIONS PINK PANTHER COLOR CARTOON ! ENDS TUES. MATT HELM SHOOTS THE WORKS! He's that playboy % trouble -shooter who always \. knocks 'em deadl CO-HIT AT DUSK Shown Over Sot. Only At 12:45 tiesm rW WILL/A, WYLER'S.. . the collector IOIH Starts Sunday JOHNlMmiE DEHNMunffl Technicolor' NOW THRU SAT. DOWN oWD a SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 19*6 THE ANDERSON HERALD ,v State Medical Care Details Near Finish INDIANAPOLIS (UPD-Indi- rate* continue to rise" an esti- for 71,000 persons getting wel- ana Welfare Administrator At- mated savings of (2.2 to *3 mil- fare assistance and the other bert Kelly said today that rule lion a year for the state wouW assistance costs were $28 mil- changes permitting the state to be eliminated or reduced. lion with the number assisted be- enter into a contract with a pri- "Medical care costs doubled!"* vr.te organization for handBng of hi the last five years with no Medicare claims should be com- substantial increase in num- pleted in a few days. hers," he said. "Yet our as- A public hearing hedl Wednes- sistance costs remained static in day failed to produce a single; the same five-year period." objector to the plan by which] Kel , said that five ago Blue Cross'- Blue Shield will| medical care costSi including handle the claims of old age as-! doctorSj hosp i ta i s and nursing sistance recipients for medical ^ mes amounted to $8 million care under the new federal pro- Elwood Social Activities ELWOOD - The Needlework Ckfc of the Golden Circle Class Big Killbuck gram. The State Board of Public I Welfare then adopted the '' changes which will be reviewed! by the attorney general and; governor. The contract calls forj Blue Cross-Blue Shield to charge C a * a \A/iuflC only its own cost for handling PC 1C VYIVCJ such claims. "At the outside, that cost shouldn't be more than $150,000 a year." Kelly said. "We are estimating 22,000 persons over 65 may be making claims. These are almost all on our old age assistance program, with a few blind persons and abled." a few dis- District Commissioner's Staff met Thursday evening in the Club Shelter House at Camp Kikthawenund. Charles Herrington, ADC for Cub Rqundtable; Eldon Wil- tams, Neighborhood Commissioner; and Walter Kane were n charge of a cook-out honoring staff wives. The Commissioner's staff Kelly said that "if the medical One Wounded In Battle With Police COLUMBUS, Ind. (UPI) Carrie, L. DeGraff. 32, Indianapolis, was hospitalized and Glenn Adams, 27, Mooresville, was jailed after they exchanged gunshots with two policemen investigating a report of a supermarket burglary early Friday. DeGraff was hit twice in the buttocks with revolver bullets fired by policeman Garnet Buster. Officer Ed Yeley said he fired four times while chasing aim _ „_„ .. „ Adams and then caught up cluded: Messers and Mesdames works closely with the unit leaders and chartered institutions to promote all phases of the Scouting program. The group toured the facilities of the new Kifethawenund Area Council Service Center on East 10th St., guided by District Scout Executive Jack L. Zirkle, to complete the evening. Attending were: District Com missioner Don Tompkins anc Mrs. Tompkins; ADC for Exploring Don Green and Mrs, Green; ADC Herrington anc Mrs. Herrington; ADC for Scout Roundtable George J. Hawes and Mrs. Hawes; Messers anc Mesdames Keith Hershberger Wayne Glad, ADCs. Neighborhood Commissioners and their wives present in- with him market. a block from the Buster went to the rear of the market while Yeley covered the front after they were sent to investigate a burglary in progress. Two men ran out of the store and disregarded Buster's order to halt. He said he fifed once as they knocked him down and then fired three more shots, two of which hit DeGraff. Store manager Gerald Barringer found dozens of eggs which had been dumped behind a meat counter and broken when he arrived on the scene. "I wasn't mad until I found this," Barringer said. "First, ] thought they were clean crooks. Now, they're dirty crooks." Several egg crates filled with cigarettes were, found stacker; near the door of the store. DeGraff was treated at Bartholomew County Hospital here and then transferred to Roberl Long Hospital at Indianapolis. Adams was jailed here. Annual Party Set For Shrine Club Saturday Eve Shrine Day, an annual party for. members and their guests, will take place this afternoon and evening at the Shrine Club. Willard Baker, president of the Madison County Shrine Club, has appointed Glen English general chairman for the event. "This being our silver anniversary." said Baker recently, "every member shoulc plan to attend. The club will be open at noon for the convenience of members and their guests and will stay open the entire evening." Others working on various committees include George Hancock, Harry Hitchcock anc Earl Carpenter on the f o o c committee. Tom Foley is in charge of refreshments. He will be assisted by Robert Chaney. William Pebernat, George Gritter, and Charles Garr. Dinner is planned for 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. A door prize will be awarded at 9 o'clock. Other prizes will be awarded throughout the afternoon and evening. Musical entertainment will provided after the dinner. be .. Indian - i SOCK . Train Hearings End OnlwoFCC Appointments WASHINGTON (UPI) -With- lut a murmur about the quality if television broadcasting, the Senate Commerce Committee Thursday completed hearings on the nominations of a new ihairman and new member of the members and a guest, Mrs. The Big Killbuck Boy Scout Church met on Thursday evening at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. Helen Evans. The meeting was jpened with Miss Pauline Ren- oer reading an article entitled, 'Draw the Circle First." The nought for the day was taken rom Joshua 24:14. Following the business ses- .ion, Miss Renner read another Court. Cornwdl reportedly article, Time to Love. The remainder of the evening was Roland Downey, Jackson, Eldon L. Bert L. Williams, Harvey King, Maurice Rector, Rufus Perdue, Jr., and Terry L. Hasty. Special guests were Mr. and Mm .Jack L. Zirkle and Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Kane. Canadian Travel Consultant Talks To Local Group More and more Americans are taking to the great outdoors, remarked Peter Frazier of the Canadian Government Travel Bureau. Frazier spoke last Wednesday at 'an open-house event held at Eberbach Motors to promote tourism between Canada and the United States. The Canadian Government Travel Bureau in Indianapolis is one of 11 offices now serving major U. S. cities. Tourism, he said, is Canada's third largest industry. And about 75 per cent of tourists who visit Canada are U. S. citizens. Frasier said also that there is a significant increase hi the number of persons traveling between these two countries. He pointed out that die Canadian border is about a day's drive from Anderson and that the new Indianapolis bureau will be serving principally Indiana and Kentucky. The bureau office makes available literature and pertinent tourist data, including, border information and places to see. He mentioned, in addition, that next season is particularly noteworthy in that the World's Fair of 1967 will be held in Montreal. "Expo-'67," as it will be known, will feature both United States and Russian pa- villions dramatizing space explorations. The IndianapoEs office, he said, was officially opened June 7 of this year. Frasier said his office was available to service clubs and civic organizations around the state who wish to see tourist opportunities in Canada, including slide presentations of the upcoming World's Fair. There are also sound films on Canada. The Canadian Government Travel Bureau office can be contacted by writing Room 502, Merchants Bank Building, 11 S. Meridian St., Indianapolis. _ , ., JUO JllOOtS BOMBAY, India (UPI) Demonstrators protesting! against government decisions on state and language bounda- MlSSliC I 500 ries in India halted and ' ransacked an express train 350 CAPE KENNEDY (UPI) miles southeast of Bombay The nuclear-powered submarine Thursday night, press reports James K. Polk shot a Polaris said Friday. The Bombay newspaper Even- A3 missile more than 1,500 Ing News sa!d the incident target area Thursday for the happened near Gulbarga station]vessel's second success in two in the state of Hyderabad. It training firings. Authorities Return Local Man To Face Burglary Charges A formal charge of second de- man from his bed to open a store gree here on a local man in connec- f the Bast Main St. Christian tion with the break - in May 26 spent socially and in sewing. Refreshments were served to| FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) A young Illinois gunman who, police said, routed a business burelarv has been filed safe, was held here Friday on borne to the store, where they burglary has been filed , prdimjnary chargeg of amed ^ Osborne robbery and kidnaping. The man said he is Ronald Os- .. „ , borne, 26, Salem, 111. Bond was suit, entered (he Demerit! home discount store as Osborne was tained from Madison Circuit turned himself into authorities at New Rochelle, 111., and has the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Rose! H. Hyde, 66, a Republican, has been named by President Johnson to head the commission on which he has served since its creation in 1934. Named as a new member was Nicholas Johnson, 31, a former maritime administrator Approval of their nominations was put off until next week. Questioning by committee members was restricted to the use of broadcasting by satelliti and development of ultra high frequency (UHF) televisioi stations. There wasn't a wore about prime time television broadcasting or the quality o current network shows. "I don't want to get intc that," said Johnson, when asked about television program ming by newsmen. Hyde tol< newsmen that viewers, by be ing selective, could find some good entertainment. Hyde has been acting FCC chairman since E. William Henry resigned earlier thl year. For less than a yea during the Eisenhower adminis tration, he had served as an interim chairman. *— New Telephone Book Drops Elwood Prefix For All-Number Dial ELWOOD — New telephone books have been mailed by the Indiana Bell Telephone Company listing the new numbers in modern seven digit style to its customers. Anthony Gavis, local Indiana Bell Manager, announced -the directories were mailed from a printing firm, and should arrive at homes and offices in the next few days. The new directories will not go into use until July 10 . The FE 2 prefix for Elwood telephone numbers will be replaced by 552 as this area joins a gradual nationwide changeover to all number calling, and will accommodate telephone growth and the resultant. need for thousands of new numbers well unto the next century. Telephone users are reminded that the adoption of seven figure numbers will require a small change in local dialing habits, but added that only the first two digits of present telephone numbers will be changed. The prefix change is necessary to prepare for direct distance dialing service which will be made available in Elwood and the surrounding area late this fall. The present information number is 113 but will be changed to 411 and the current 114 will become 611 also beginning July 10. Effie Carter, from a table centered with varied colored snapdragons, and pink candles. Others present were Mrs. Thelma Bess, Miss Eunice Mays, Mrs. Adeline Quyle, Mrs. Lucille Berry, Miss Ethel Frazee, Miss Opal Coble, Miss Ethel Curtis, Mrs. Esther Waymire. The next meeting will be held July 14 at the home of Mrs. Lucille Berry a 7:30. Sorority Picnic The Sigma Phi Gamma So- roriy will hold an oudoor picnic with the school members as hostesses on Tuesday evening at 6:30 at the home of Mrs. Nesta Reseigh. Meat, rolls, and beverage will be furnished by the committee. Members are to bring a covered dish and their own silverware. Initiation of new members will be held. The committee includes Miss Lynette Welcher, Miss Cindy Reynolds, Miss Sharon Latshaw, Miss Sue Cornelius, Miss Peggy Elledge and Miss Dona Re- Sock Hop .. The Frankton Fireman's Auxiliary will sponsor a sock hop | Saturday night in the Frankton High School court, from 7:30 to 10:30. House Guests Mrs. Linda H a y n e s and daughters, Laura and Lisa of Cokomo, who have just re- urned from a month's vaca- ion in Arizona were recent guests of Mrs. Rosalia Haynes Party Reservations Reservations for the Sigma Alpha Chi Sorority party to be leld Monday evening at the Elwood Federal Building are to >e made by noon today by calling Mrs. Maureen Israel. Formal initiation of candidates wil take place at this time. Reading Club Enrolls 278 Elwood Children In Summer Program ELWOOD—The Elwood Reading Club with 278 children enrolled is nearing the half way mark, with each child trying to read 10 books before July 16. Of those registered 169 of them are girls, and 109 of them are boys, representing the following schools: Alexandria l; Curtisville, 2; Duck Creek-Boone, 1; Edgewood, 94; Frankton, 6; Junior High, 24; Leach, 1; New Lancaster, 2; Oakland, 79; Red Corner, 5; St. Joseph's, 33; St. Maiiy's, 1; Washington, 29. At a party to be held July 20, all children completing the requirements will be presented a certificate from the library. At the present tune, 62 children have finished, and a total of 1,285 books have been reported on. Jnter Mullin Ashes At Elwood Cemetery ELWOOD—The cremated re mains of Richard "Dick" Mu lin, former Elwood resident wh miles to an Atlantic Ocean died in Flroida, were returnei K. Franklin Trains As Paratrooper ELWOOD — Kenny Franklin son, of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Franklin, enlisted in the para troopers March 16, and has completed his basic training a Fort Knox, Ky., where he acts as temporary Corporal. He is now in his second training phase at Fort Gordon, Ga. where he has been appointee temporary Sergeant. After this he will take his jump training at Fort Benning, Ga. Returns To Service Lance Corporal Terrance D Leffert has returned to Camp LeJeune, N.C., after a 35-da; leave with his family after spending two months in Vie Mam with the Marine Corps The first of July he will leave on a good will tour in the Mediterranean area for a six months cruise. Management Club Dinner The Ex-Cell-0 Management Club held its final dinner meet ing for the summer Wednesday evening at the Hotel Lounge 1510 South A. St., with Presi dent Eros D-Agostino presiding over the meeting. Speaker for the evening was William Hoi jrook, president of the Voraie- gut Hardward Store in Indian polls. Rites This Afternoon For Orville Smith Retired Alex Farmer ALEXANDRIA - Final rites for Orville L. farmer of Rt. Smith, retire 1, Alexandria to Elwood and were interrei in the Elwood City Cemeter with the Copher and Fesler Fu said most of the demonstrators' The shot boosted the missile's.neral Home in charge. Mr were students belonging to the over-all record for submarine iMullin was the former manage Kannada language element • of! launches off the Cape to 42 of the Indiana and Michiga; Mysore state. successes in *i tries. I Electric Company. MID-SEASON CLEARANCE NOW LAWN BOY MOWERS Re B . $94.95 LIMITED QUANTITY 79 95 A L E NORRIS SALES & SERVICE 1922 INDIANA AVE. will be conducted this afternooi at 1:30 p.m. o'clock at the Kar M. Kyle Funeral Home by thi Rev. Tom McCracken of thi Christian Congregationa Church. Interment will be in Park View Cemetery in Alex andria. Friends are being received a the funeral home. Elwood's Mercy Hospital Report ELWOOD-Admitted to Mercj Hospital were: Neal Fetz o Atlanta; Lori Georgei of Rome City, Ind.; Mrs. Joseph Davis and Mrs. Emma Baxter of El wood. Dismissed: Mrs. Donald Dow Icr, Mrs. Daniel Hemphill am baby, Mrs. Margaret High, Mrs Herschell Harris, and Wayne Everling, Jr., all of Elwood. Born: to Mr. and Mrs. Barley Eiler. Elwood, a girl. To Mr and Mrs. William Hart. Elwood a boy. Patient at Indianapolis William Rambrough is a pa.- tient in Ward C of the Indiana Wedical Center, at Robert Long Hospital in Indianapolis. Get Your Fedder's Air conditioner at FRANK KBALL'S All sizes - from 4000 to 20,000 BTU. Ph. 642-4542 3025 £. Lynn St. estaurant. Approximately $500 vas reported stolen from the es- ablishment on that date after Suspect Held In Ft. Wayne Store Robbery ager of the K-Mart discount ton Ktefer, 54, in an office and ' ~ J "- ^ ---- "~ -™" store, and his son, Keith Jr., 15, told poBce they were forced early Friday to accompany Os- tne safe. at Frisch's Anderson Big Boy Restaurant, 500 Broadway. Det. Maj. Robert Estes stated Thursday that Richard James Cornwell, 27, of 1715 E. Lynn St., was returned to the city last evening by two Anderson detectives on a warrant ob- entr y was gained through a set at $100,000 and a hearing will be held in City Court nexl Friday. Keith Demerit! Sr., 43. man- basement window of the building. According to Estes, Cornwell told Illinois authorities an at- signed statements implicating tack of conscience forced him imself in the burglary of the to report his part in the felony. He waived extradition, and was released to local authorities for prosecution. from Osborne, dressed in a business plain clothes, arrived at the were told. Demerit! said he was awakened by the robber, who held guns. a gun on him and his wife. meritt said, he and the older youth were forced to leave at gunpoint in the family station n. ! father told authorities the gunman locked the janitor, Clin- •""* At June Mrs. Demerit! rushed to the home of a neighbor, who alerted police. U. Robert Johnson and Lt. James Farrell, dressed in putting bags of money in the Demerit! car, they said. through a door left unlocked by Keith Jr., and his brother, Kevin. 10, when they left to deliver morning newspapers, police home's" path with their car. lota Sigma Union Names New Officers The Iota Sigma union of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union met Tuesday evening with Mrs. Ed Leibrandt. Mrs. Gordan conducted the business session. The following officers for 1966-67 were elected; president, Miss Patty vice president, Mrs. They said Osborne offered no When the boys returned, De- sible accomplice after nearby m . ,. ., i j *\ iviw; urcMuum, mra. uuiuurj The policemen blocked Os- Bratta & prom ' oUon secretary^ ,™»., ~,«, ..„,., .»«„ ,.,- Mrs Cljff £ d Carpenter . ti £ surer, Mrs. Ed Leibrandt; recording secretary, Mrs. George Coffman. Mrs. Martha Breece was In charge of the program, on the theme, "Progress In Intema- resistance when he saw their Authorities searched for a pos- about the time Osborne was apprehended. The Demeritte were not harmed. residents reported seeing a man _ _.._ run from the shopping center tional Relations." Mrs. Clifford Carpenter's theme for devotioni was "Come and Help Us." Use Bulletin-Herald Classified! .THE HOUSE OF THE WEEK Familiar Charm in Two-Story Colonial By ANDY LANG Any public preference which lasts from generation to generation must be based on solid value. That applies particularly to the two-story colonial house, which has remained high on the popularity list despite the introduction of many new styles over the years. Attempting to explain the reason for this continuing popularity is not easy, since the colonial, which has many variations within itself, is lacking in spectacular features. This might be its biggest asset: that nothing about it overwhelms you. Instead, there is a kind of balanced, familiar charm that exudes warmth and good cheer. The latest House of the Week, for example, has a pleasant, homey appearance about it. And if architectural history repeats itself, its combination of narrow clapboards, red cedar V-joint vertical boards, diamond- paned windows and pitched asphalt-shingled roof will be as stylish 50 years from now as it was 50 years ago and as it is today. Inside, there are four bedrooms and 2',i baths with a total of 2033 square feet of habitable area on two floors. The unusually large and impressive foyer designed by architect William Chirgotis is the key to efficient circulation, distributing traffic effectively throughout the first floor divisions and the second-floor bedrooms. The living room and the dining room are at either side of the foyer: the living room with two separate windows, the dining room with a bay window. An attractive staircase leads directly from the foyer to the bedrooms. An open, spacious stairwell eliminates any feeling of congestion on the second floor. The master bedroom has a private full bath, with a stall shower and a full-wall mirrored vanity. The kitchen and family room are at the rear of the first floor, but can be reached directly from the foyer NOT FANCY, BUT NICE: This four-bedroom, fwo-sfory colonial manages lo convey on or'r of comfort, chorm and lit/ability without expensive frills. Inside, the theme of comfortable Hying is carried out via a practical room orrongemenf. without crossing any other rooms. The 15' of width across the back of the kitchen provides sufficient eating accommodations for the entire family, and the right side of the room has been designated in the floor plans as a "dinette. Two windows, one over the sink and one in the dining area, provide plenty of natural light besides affording a clear view of the back yard. There is a lavatory between the kitchen and the family room. Sliding glass doors in the family room take full advantage of the view, light and access to the rear patio and garden areas. A fireplace surrounded by a full brick wall highlight the family room. On the other side of the kitchen is the laundry room, with access to the outside as well as to the two-car garage. The garage also has a rear door, which makes it handy for putting away garden tools, toys, lawn chairs and the like. While the plans call for garage doors at the side, these doors could be located at the front if the width of the lot did not permit a driveway at the side. Design G-41 is for the family that wants modern living inside, old-fashioned enchantment outside. G-41 STATISTICS Design G-41 has a foyer, living room, dining room, kitchen - dinette, family room, laundry room and lavatory on the first floor; four bedrooms and two bathrooms on the second floor. Total habitable area of the two floors is 2033 square feet. Over-all dimensions, including the two-car garage, are 67' 6" by 24' 6". The plans include a full basement. 38'-O m SECOND FLOOR IFIRST-FLOOR PLAN FLOOR PLANS: Lorge foyer serves ai hub of circulation pattern, permitting immediate access to living room at right, dining room at left, kitchen-family room area at rear, and stairway leading to 1he four bedrooms on the second floor. HOW TO BUILD, BUY OR SELL YOUR HOME Full study plan Information on this architect-designed House of the Week can be yours now. It comes to you in a handy folder with a baby blueprint showing each floor and all elevations plus "Tips on Building a House." The price is only 50 cents. Send to The Anderson Herald, P.O. Box 992, Gen. Post Office, New York 1, N.Y. Enclosed ii 50 cents for baby blueprint on design G-41 Enclotid it $1 for YOUR HOME booklet O Nam*. Street. City . State (For first class handling of plan desired, enclose long, self-addressed and stamped envelope). FAMILY ROOM: Impressive fireplace is in croner of family room at rear at house. Jo the right,, not visible, are sliding glass doors leading to patio. • ^ Magic Mortgage Plan • v Open-End Mortgages • fHome Improvement Loans • Cams to thfo week for full details ANDERSON LOAN ASSOCIATION MAIN OFFICE: TENTH AT 4ACKSON* TELEPHONE 044-7771

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