Anderson Herald from Anderson, Indiana on August 16, 1966 · Page 14
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THE ANDERSON HERALD TUESDAY, AUGUST 16, WASHINGTON (AP> - MOD-their party. Hansen is more oi the early Kennedy-lor-president lot and Wyoming, wboie gov- a moderate than Simpson, an men. tm . .. •nxm want to move to the Senate, hold primary elections water. TuMd«y but no test of the ~ early supporter of Barry Gold-j Montana is one of the stateslgarten this fall with a better °' jwhere the Republicans are opti-l appreciation of the things school jovernors' ambitions is pre- sonai friend if the late Johnjseat this year. aented. Gov. Tim Babcock is without opposition for the Republican Senate nomination in Montana. He will run against Democratic Sen. Lee Metcalf, also unopposed in the primary. Wyoming Gov. Cliff Hansen has opposition but figures to be a shoo-in- for the Republican Senate nomination. His primary opponent is I. W. Kinney, a retired U.S. Bureau ol Mines scientist who ran two years ago for the Democratic Senate nomination and received P. Kennedy and was among! Babcock, 46, a conservative, about 5,000 votes. Teno Roncalio, first-term Congress member, will make the Senate run for the Democrats. He is unopposed for the Senate Hopes Pinned On 2 Tuesday Votes Head Start Project Graduates 95 Pupils Mvlne Blackwell, Wesley Beside* to* usual nursery Briuhiin, Ronnie Brooks, Ja-schoolroom learning ex per- mes Edward CantreU, Ledale iences, especially designed to . , L , „ j „ . t ,,.,„„ ^ ~ . . Coleman, Mary Alice Collins, mitigate possible deficiencies in Anderson's ing and afternoon classes at son, Brenda Scott, Linda Scott, Traceyna R. Johnson, Barney Ua Davis Lesteen Floyd, the home environment, the ?'ii Shonda Kay McWiUiams, Crystal Dickerson, John Fort-< Ninety-live of „ __. five-year-olds will enter kinder- Hazelwood School were: Rosa-Donna _Swain, Rodney Thomas, yn Broadnax, JacquelineLorri Terry, Charlene Thomp-Randall Scott Meek, Veronica Roncalip, 50, was a close peivmistic of picking up a Senate has to offer, due to their train- Brown, Kimberly Clark, Anita son, Lisa Watson, Anita Two Charged With Extortion has been an opponent of public power projects. Chapman, Clarice Childs, Elaine ham. ing and inspiration in Head Start classes this summer Graduates of Mrs. Ethel; Clayton, Jo Ann Dishorn, Sha- ______ .. ...__ Friddle's morning group thelyn at the Metcalf, 55, served four terms'.LoiRfellow learning center are: in the House before his electionlCindy Blackwelder, Ronald Dow- to the Senate in 1960. He is a l«r. Tony Lee Fort, Guy Fox, longtime advocate of federallRoderick Keith Herring, Teresa ynn Gibbs, Richard Maurice there are two classes morning iooten, Jolena Jones, Kenneth and afternoon, Mrs. Margaret Jones, Teresa Moore, Jerry Presser's Head Starters were and Norvetta Wills. ilorgan III, Lisa Occhipinti, Larry Oliver, Marvin Richard- development of rivers for power m^nr,^ ,. an(J water conservation and has TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (UPI)[generally supported the Johnson —Charles Horning, 20, and Ro-; administration's domestic pro- Stierwalt, Terry Swan son, Ann Houghton, Mark Jackson. Jeffrey Lemond, Linda Sue Maupin, Keith Postlethwait, John bert Sankey, 18, both of Terreigrams nomination. The for e! Republican Sen. Senate seat up$" ^™year is that o ^ *« Milward " Haute, were arrested on preliminary charges of extortion in connection with an attempt to get $13,000 from a prominent Terre Haute businessman. Both were held on bonds of $10,000 each. Police said a type written [letter received Monday by Mil- Simpson. He decided agains seeking re-election. In Hansen, 53, the Republ cans believe they have a candi date who can hold the seat fo FIRST OF THE WEEK SPECIALS MON.-TUES.-WED. Panli Skirls Sweaters No forking, Probltm H«r« FAST SERVICE, TOO! NU-PROCESS CLEANERS Afrtw from Ovid. 29- secretary-treasurer er Furniture Store, demanded the money or "bodily Montana has one primary contest over a Republican nomi- riation for a House seat. In this, Richard Smiley, a state representative and radio station operator at Bozeman, is favored O'Bryant, Denise Marie Owens, over Edward Canty, a Butte Ralph Richards, Twanna Rob- miner. This district, the 1st, is iminii. LIIO uuiiju., uic iat. u "—~i —• — , 1*11 now represented by Democrat Stickler, DiIBlese Vallance, Arnold Olsen who has no primary opposition. barm would come to his] The state's other House msm- family." Levin is married and t >er, Republican James F Bat- three children. The Levin family was harassed on several occasions during the past week by threatening telephone calls. One night Levin's car was shot up. GROUNDED FOR LIFE? tin, has no opposition in the primary and state Sen. Richard Melcher is unopposed for the Democratic nomination. There is no election of a gov- Cheryl Wable. The afternoon group at Long- felow, taught by Joe Clark, included: Brenda Hall, Brenda K. Jordan, David Wayne McCoy, Michael McDaniel, Raymond bins, Sandra Schlabach, Nancy Laure Tyler, Larry Waters, Jeff Warmke, Marty Wicox. In Miss Carla Ewald's morn- Australian Town Curbs Fire Chasers Minniefield, Vida Redfield, Kenneth Reese, Edwin Roberson, Rene Anderson, David Beaty, Wengler, Jerome Alan Harris At Shadeland School, where Teresa Streeter, John Turner, Bradley Warn er, Raymon Weathersbee De Ann Wilkins, Mrs. Joyce Fenner's classes included: Gal Berry, Gladys Wilkinson, and Cherise Young. Nunn, Allans Ramey, Beverly „, --. children went on trips to the wengter, Joe Harden, Cheryl fire station, to the airport, on Jackson, Debbie Nunn, Dale picnics, and had visits from policemen and mailmen. Two of Ross, Sterling Smith, Carl Stap- the classes were enabled to at- ler, Anthony Stennis, Ozell Sten- tend the circus with gift tick- nis, Lillian Stewart, William ets, one got to ride a pony at Turner, Katrina Watson, Louis their picnic, and several spent a morning at Killbuck Park. MELBOURNE, Australia ernor in Montana this year. (AP) — Police Chief George Babcock's term has two more(Warren of Sale, a town about years to run ard he will remain 130 miles east of here, has lost INDIANAPOLIS (AP)—Crim- '" tlle governor's chair if defeat- patience with the hundreds of inal Court Judge James Rocap ? cl for lllc Senate. If he is elect- | OC al drivers Who race ths; Jr. has recommended that the eti ' Lt - Gov - Ted James wl11 town's fire engine to a blaze. He driver's license of John Gore : serve out the term. .warned that the drivers would, 19, Indianapolis, be revoked for 1 * be booked for hind?riRg fire life by the State Motor Vehicles Bureau. The youth, convicted of involuntary manslaughter in an accident fatal to a newspaper carrier, was given a suspnded sentence and placed on proba- PAPERBACKS MERIT STUDY NEW YORK - The uses of paperback books in education will come into focus at a joint educators and publishers conference at Columbia University fids fall. men, speeding and parking in driveways. Korea's mineral reserves over 200 ores are the largest the Far East outside of Man churia. . HOW TO MAKE MONEY Quickly with maximum safety The secret of making money is simple. Save regularly at THE LOAN where your money earns generous i\'^,v dividends Dividends are automatically compounded qnartirl^ and credited to your account. That's why your money grows so fast for you at the ANDERSON LOAN ASSOCIATION. Come in this week sure and open or add to your account. You deserve The LOAN'S extra security and dividends. Madison County's Largest and Strongest Savings and Loan! No certificates to buy • your money is readily available. CURRENT RATE PER YEAR AN INSURED SAVINGS INSTITUTION Anderson. Association MAIN OFFICE: TtNTH AT JACKSON 3 Convenient Locafio,i5 DomroWN DRIV£ - UP: ">" JACK3M COLONIAL DKIVt-UPi 7TH AT Iff tY-PASl CHARLES VERNON BORN'lOGANSPOfiT, INDIANA, 1844 "You may fire you are ready. Gridley" C OMMODORE DEWEY'S words carried loud and clear up to the conning tower of the American flagship, Olympla. Captain Charles Vernon Gridley, eyes riveted on the battle line of the Spanish fleet, barked a command. Black smoke belched from the mouths of the big guns. Teeth-jarring roars thundered and echoed across the water. The Battle of Manila Bay had' begun. 114 minutes later the shooting was all over. The proud Spanish fleet had been brought to its knees that sun- soaked afternoon in 1898. Not one ship escaped destruction or capture. It was one of the most complete victories in the history of naval warfare—and without the loss of a single American sailor. Though mortally ill at the time, Captain Gridley refused to be relieved from duty and personally directed plans and movements during the battle. He won high praise from Dewey for his bravery and skill. But Gridley didn't live to enjoy his fame. His strength depleted by the strain of battle, he died in Japan on his way home to Logansport, Indiana. News of the great victory at Manila Bay spread quickly through Indiana and the rest of the nation—thanks, in large measure, to the telephone. Actually, by the time of the Spanish-American War, it had been revolutionizing communications in Indiana for over 20 years. The progress continues today. The folks at Indiana Bell are putting the scientific inventions and innovations of the Bell Telephone Laboratories to work for you. That's why your telephone service is the finest in the world. We are determined that it will remain so. Give it a pat now and then! It's a taken-for-granted kind ol thing—your telephone. But when you stop to think about it, none of us could get along too well without il. Lasl year in America, over 93,000.000 phones were used, to make over 100 billion calls. The average American made about 570 individual calls. It's obvious that the telephone is an essential instrument of communication. Why? Because the telephone helps bring people together .., across the street, across the nation and around the world. It communicates the feelings and emotions all of us feel as we live together. It keeps us in touch- quickly, dependably and economically. Yes, the telephone is a big help to us all in so many ways. Why not give yours a friendly pat now and then, just for the heck of it? Indiana Bell Part of the Nationwide Bell System

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