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ANDERSON SUNDAY HERALD ANDERSON. INDIANA, SUNDAY MORNING. OCTQBft 11 LOSE LIVES IN GULF CRASH OF BIG 'COPTER 2m R , n , J „ "" Th. (wo-e/oy .venf will b* conc/utW this afternoon. .r.c».c< by mor. *'*' Werfworo- (Herald Photo) 1200 At Westward Ho! Anderson area Bov Scoutit.hft AnHpr^n rniiana n fM*a.-»'.t n ~. .--.- n»_j.. _. * r Blair's Homer Gains Baltimore Big 3-Up Margin BALTIMORE (AP) _ P.- lu l Blair and Wally Bunker, two California schoolboys who escaped the Los Angeles Dodgers net, led the Baltimore Orioles to a third straight World Series' victory over the feeble Dodgers Saturday, 1-0, extending their scoreless drought to 24 innings. Blair, the only man to pass first base against Claude Osteen, went all the way with a 430-foot home run into the left field bleachers in the fifth. It was the last of the three Baltimore hits. Bunker, picking up where Moe Drabowsky and Jim Palmer left off, mystified the Dodg- for gateway displays at the nual Westward Ho! here of Anderson College athletic comprising Madison, Hamilton, .,_„, i... » , Ui e xipt on , an^j jj en[ .y coim jj es has attracted over 1,200 boys to close in mid-afternoon today. Troop 209, sponsored by E. 10th St. School PTA. won the nearby International Conven- «u«u rrc^tn-iuu £tu: /(ere or me - ~*,,,,^ .n t uwu wuay ait uwps wm orient Kikthawenund Council, which hon grounds of the Church of hold family pitch-in dinners Memorial hflc affronted /MTA» 1 onn K~,,~ (win info n mimafiii-a TamV*n,. M TOifh i-hc oi-nn^ „/ ,.: n ;t i_ J " c " WIa t "«" (^"""w "i ulc vuluuu Ul "«"* ianiuj ^iLtll-111 UlZUlei 5 God into a miniature Jamboree with the crowd of visitors to scene. Today's program begins with a Roman Catholic field mass auui OL. acnpot riA, won tne A """lo" v^auiuuc neia mass President's Award for its gate-! antl union Protestant worship. laents Award for its gate-! 3 ™ union Protestant worship, gram on the Collt in the form of a spinning A ff er breakfast district compe- field was in charge :1 while similar honors Hion in the areas of Scouting Zaloudek, Tipton. Troop 227, of the way . wheel went to r _,, „ ^ Church of Jesus Church of Latter Day Saints, which used a (ports theme. "Hoosier Heritage"' was th theme for gateway construe tion. Units could choose th periods 1816 to 1900 and 1901 to 196fi. Troop 209 was first ir the 19th Century years while pioneer village scene won sec ond place honors in that cate gory for Troop 213, Franklin School. Troop 227 was first in the period of 1900 to 1966 and Troop 230, Chesterfield, second with a gateway constructed ol uiodern-day materials and depicting part of the Hoosier scene. _ Judges gave honorable mention to three units for the earl- uuuii 111 tut o-icaa ui kivvULlilK *"**«uuciv, 11JJIUJ1. rCaLUTc skills will name top winners for were skits, singing and aware ("VlP /ITlTllial **VQTlf in f>in r'nunntl _. the annual event in the Council At noon today all troops will ers with a six-hit shutout. Baltimore's largest baseball crowd, 54,445, enjoyed the city's first World Series game in bright, warm sunshine at the weekend campsite swelling rwT 1 , vL to several thousand Dodgers stretched l.asi nitrhtv n o' m «f^» „.. ropes, ready for t Purdue Dean Farm-Business Meet Speaker Dr. Earl L. Butz, dean of Purdue School of Agri- The defeat left the hapless,culture, will speak Last night's campfire jam on the College athlet field was in charge of Kennel "-'—•"-'- m: -'- Featuret Met Please Turn to Page 3, column 5 construct entryways to camp sites out of rustic materials ot yesteryear. Honorable mention went to Troop 109, Fishers- Troop 398, Frankton; and Troop 454, New Castle. Skills competition „„ will be announced today at 2:30 O'clock closing ceremonies on winners Inez Curves Toward Texas were evacuated. Resident shuttered doors and taped froln July 27 to Aug. 15 due to South Padre Island off its lower Brownsville Weather ip. The . . T— — ~i"i AIIC jjiuwiiiviuc iveamer ier period. More units chose to Bureau said the hurricane was con ' moving west northwest on urving path which could take t into Brownsville Sunday ight. At 4 p.m. OST, the center of west northwest at about 1 miles an' hour. Five miles of the 1 o w e r tip BROWNSVILLE, Tex. (UPI) —Hurricane Inez, bottled up in he Gulf of Mexico, curvec toward the Texas coast Saturday. A hurricane watch went up the length of the coast, and n estimated 1,500 persons ...—„„., „, „„„„ ul were ordered evacuated from north to Corpus Christi. A-Jvc uijica ui me lower up -udi'uunurt: wiien i of 150-mile long Padre Jslana n <£ Protected in the draft. WfirP etv^fit-ttrifi ' Dflnl'^nni^. Rtint'Ar **!• tKi • Mr.^1^1. windows all along the coast Inez, which had been march- ng almost due west through the Gulf along a ride, of higa Please Turn to Pace 3, Column 1 le rambling storm which has aused 300 deaths was estimat- d 330 miles southeast of rownsville. It was moving Russia Turns Down British Peace Move Neighborhood Sewer Project Meeting Set The Anderson Board of Works, in conjunction with the Chamber of Commerce, announced several meeting dates fnr thft "WotdhKnt-linft^ c«^.«_ ropes, blow, possibly , straight game Sunday after ockolt Th( L ^d's on a. Colli-j fourth Slon Course " at the Annual iounn F &,,..:.,<.„„ _j T_ ..._ > -Business and Indus- straight game Sunday after- ' 01CBB dlm -"'"US- noon. No club in history ever :tr y Banquet to be held at has come back to win after los-jthe Anderson YMCA, Weding the first three. jnesday, Oct 19 at 6-30 Blair, a slight 6 - foot - 170- p.m., according' to Her sunder who has h»n niatnnnoH „. ' „ , l -'-' Jlu " I K 10 nei- , - - xwnder who has been platooned in center field with Russ Snyder, hammered Osteen's first pitch into the left field custom- :rs with two out in the fifth. man Sharritt, County Farm Bureau president. Dr. Butz has been Dean ofj Agriculture at Purdue since) o nnu uyu uui. in me mtn. "5111-uiuuc a[ .ruruue since Born in Cushing, Okla., b u t 19 57- For three years prior to brought up in Los Angeles that he. served as Assistant See- where he was a schoolboy star retary of Agriculture in Wash- All Aboard Die During Removal From Inez Threat Monday Last Day For Voter at Manual Arts. High. Blair was passed up at a Dodger tryou camp and signed with the New York Mets in 1962, only to be ost to Baltimore when he was ington, D.C., in charge of marketing and foreign agriculture We Bias also a member of the board of directors of the Commodity Credit Corporation of Bunker, oil the disabled list «ndonitis in his right elbow, vas in control all the way, truck out six Dodgers and Walked only one. Wes Parker's ouble to center was the only xtra base hit. The slumping Dodgers now aye not scored since the third inning of Wednesday's opening ame at Los Angeles. Drabow- USDA. Dr. Butz has traveled widely, having been abroad sight times in 30 countries and laving spoken in 47 states in his country. Dean Butz will discuss the TOrld problem with massive , brces of an exploding world [population and a more stable trend line of world food production. Tickets for the banquet are available from township Farm UF REMINDER ERECTED - Finishing touches ore being put on fhe downtown Madison County United Fund thermometer by three UF leaders following the first report last week when a total of $234,344 was announced. 'The figure represents 44 per cent of the $531,000 goal. From left with brushes in hand are A. L. McCallaum, general chairman; and co-chairmen Fred E. Boze and Paul H. Ntwbern, Th* 1*cand report will bt Thursday noon at the YMCA when fh« organization meets with tht lioni Chb. |\vind up activities for vot- jer registration on Monday | at all the stations throughout the county and at the courthouse office. Arush is anticipated Monday by political leaders and other registration officials since it wil be the final day for voters to take care of any transfers records corrections, or registra tions, in order to qualify for the Nov. 8 general election. An unofficial check showed that only slightly over 2,000 voters appeared last week at the local stations to change records or register. The most active stations have been at 1 tfounds Mall and at the court- _. HVU iua fe ^iv.j, ui auvw nvauauic iiuill LOWIlSIllp r arm sky blanked them with one bit Bureau Chairmen: Adams, Rev nt- fi O O « n l.'.« i J , T_l -,r n _ '_" (for the Project." Sewei ! According to William Hover-S,* ™ n ™T, Y °$.Giants in male, spokesman for the Cham-ii^ 0 . 0 affamst the Philadelphia r 6 2-3 relief innings, anc aimer shut them out Thursday with four hits. Bunker's string of nine made it 24 shutout frames, only four [short of the Series record of 28 set by the New York Giants in ma. Iber of Commerce, the next UNITED NATIONS (UPD- Britain Saturday appealed in vain to the Soviet Union, as oo- chairman of the 1954 Geneva conference, to reconvene the parley as a forum for Viet Secretary Nam peace talks. British Foreign George Brown placed his new Viet Nam peace proposals before Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei A. Gromyko in a 90- minute meeting at the U.N. mission headquarters. The Kremlin, which has rejected ell previous British efforts to reopen the Geneva conference that ended the French Indochina war, gave Brown a polite hearing and nothing more. A British spokesman said after he . |optimism" on the British plan that , (meeting will be Wednesday, Oct. 12, at Brentwood Schools for the Rosewood area. Future dates to mark on the calendar are, Oct. 19, for the Forest Hills area at the Forest Hills School, and the Grandview Terrace area also at Forest Hills School, on Oct. 26. Board Chairman Howard Ehr- It was the best since the 26. by the Cincinnati Beds against the Turn to T, ff 25, Column 3 Junior Firemen At Guide Lamp John K. Summers, Carl, Wiles; Anderson, Julius Shelby, Orville Tranbarger; Boone. Lawrence LeCount, James Beckely; Thousands'of youngsters will gather at Guide Lamp Division of General Motors this afternoon to ride fire trucks and part of its community relations program, the Junior Fireman activity is in its ninth year. The Junior Firemen's Day ! MORGAN CITY, La. (UPI) - A giant "Huey" helicopter evacuating oil workers from the threat of ; Hurricane Inez crashed into the Gulf of Mexico Sat- iurday, killing all 11 persons aboard. Officials said the Bell 204 helicopter—the type ol craft that, is the workhorse of America's troop movement in Viet Nam—crashed from an altitude of 300 feet, only seconds after taking off from a Shell Oil Co. rig. "The largest piece wa found was one of the helicopter floats," said John iHarris, a pilot for the firm that owned the helicopter. "The largest piece we found was one of the helicopter floats," said John Harris, a pilot for the firm that owned the helicopter. The names of the victims Madison County v o t e r! were not immediately availa- lible. The victims included the pilot and 10 workmen from the drilling rig. The crash happened within sight of the drilling rig. The crash came in placid gulf waters some 65 miles south- southwest of this Louisiana oil boom town. A Coast Guard helicopter and an amphibian airplane searched the scene. The largest pieces of debris found were the float and a segment of the copter's tail rotor. The owner of the helicopter, 'etroleum Helicopters Inc., of Morgan City, dispatched furth- r search helicopters to the scene. The air search was called off at darkness and Sic i-ajicu vii at, ucunjieM ana cne The registration office at the Coast Guard cutter Point courthouse reported new regis- Lookout steamed toward the crash area. 119; Boats from the drilling rig .".vv, *j*.v^/ u .it, jamcs uc^ciy,|iiuuii LU iiue lue [TUCKS ana ine junior rirernens IJay Duck Creek, William Corneli-Jparticipate in the Junior Fire- program begins at noon today- one Bi, nn - n ^j r...i.— •,._•_„.- „__. nsored and continues until 4 p.m. on Lamp the main Guide parking lot at Pendleton Ave. and 29th St. In addition to rides there will be fire equipment demonstrations and entertainment. rations as follows: Sept. 29, 130; Sept. 30, ,.„, Oct. 1, 117; Oct. 3, 145; Oct. 4 01; Oct. 5, 138; Oct. • 6 27: Oct. 7, 70. Applications for ransfers during the same per- od were: Sept. 29, 57; Sept 30 4; Oct. 1, 73; Oct. 3, 75; Oct. , 76; Oct. 5, 85; Oct. 6, 119- and Oct. 7, 32. There was a total of 196 registrations and 208 transfers listed ise Turn to Pate 3. Column 1 ous, Blanchard Cochran, Joejmen's Day program sponsored and Trout; Fall Creek, R i c h a r d! annually by Guide Lamp'the Cook, Shirley Riggs; Green.! Division of GM. Joyd Sharritt^ Jackson, Albert; The Guide event will launch Littiken, Joe Schuyler; Lafay- the local observance of Fire combed the waters for survivors from the yellow and black craft minutes after the crash, with no success. Coast Guard and naval reservists were ordered to report to the USS Human in Belle Chasse, La., to intensify the night search. Coast Guard officials said the Measg Turn to Page 3. Column 3 ette, James L. Jones. Alva f Turn to Prevention Week which begins i icvcnuuii T»ec^ wuicn Ocgllls " --...-......*..... • « ^j ^p p m ^p* & ^^ M today. Originated by Guide as Purpose of the event is to ' i acquaint children with the im-l. Twenty-one Indiana State Pol- ISP Raid County Truck Stop, Cafe I _ i acquaint children with the im-l iwemy-une inuiana siaie roi- t . .„ 1^ A.* jportance of fire prevention. Ice entered U 16 Crossing Truck Surveyor Becomes Active .. mgaus, uiesterneia, ftiarkie- H , , ,, . PASADENA, Calif. (UPI)_ Partly sunny and continued warm today. Chance of showers. High today 74-82 Low tonight in 50s High yesterday 67 low 47 Sunrise tomorrow 6:49 Sunset today fi : i« Good Morning . vts-uuwui uil UIC JDliUaLI for Viet Nam. He said „,„,. while the meeting was "cordial" no favorable action could i be anticipated, i Brown arrived Friday with six-point Viet Nam peace plan drawn up by Prime Ministe Harold Wilson's Labor govern Please Turn to Pafe 3, Column 3 Death oTil wood Man Probed By Grand Jury Here In Judge Carl T. Smith's Cir cuit Court Friday, members o i the Madison County Grand Jury i met to investigate the death o _ 'an Elwood man who was Start The Day With a Chuckle severely beaten in the Elwood National Guard Armory anc died about two weeks after he was beaten. During Friday's proceedings three witnesses testified in connection with the death of the custodian at the armory, Virgil Arehart, 64, who was beaten on Aug. 6. On Aug. 21, he died at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis of severe head injuries when he suddenly surprised a man who , had broken into the armory in the early morning of Aug. 6. William F. Lawler Jr., Madison County Prosecuting At-, torncy said that there have been no arrests made as of yet in] connection with Arehart's death, but an inmate at the In- idiana Reformatory, who was at the time out on parole, has! been declared the prime susprrt in Ihc cnse. The name of Ihc inmale was withheld pending ;)>c outcome of ihe Grand Jury's investigation wlvch Lawlcr sniri may end Monday. I uvaiu v/iiduiiidii nuwaru cjiir- A . hart, said that all residents of Ame ™a s rugged Surveyor 1 these regions are urged to at-'spacecraft, presumed dead on ™«-i,..- , i^ e moon for nearly three months, suddenly flickered back to life and Saturday began receiving and transmitting telemetry data to earth. Scientists indicated there was i_^'fairly remote" possibility well as the Works B'oard, City Engineer and representatives of consulting engineer Henry B. Steeg and Associates. COLSTERWORTH, England (AP) —Police, firemen, doctors and ambulances poured into this normally quiet village Saturday to free a 4- ycar-old boy who got his thumb stuck In the village clock mechanism. The boy, Stephen Hall, went np into the belfry of the village church to watch the man who winds the clock there. Somehow, Stephen got his left thumb in the works. It took two hour. 1 ! to free him. Ih. U 5.D.A. Choica CHUCK STEAK Betty Crnekrr CAKE MIXES . Red Tr.Loy GRAPES PAY LESS SUPER MARKET Open 24 Houri Dnily .00 J Ihv J9c the machine," a spokesman jlngalls, Chesterfield, •""- and Pipe Creek Township. that the sturdy mooncraft which scored America's first soft landing on the moon on its first attempt, might take more *• pictures of the lunar terrain!hi and send them to earlh. | »»cic m d aunu twu-uaj' renuitnuu nign ouuooi s "We found the right combina- radio lock now and piling up a | Irishettes, who recently won the tion of commands to send to piease Turn to pajr 3. column « JUSTA national baton twirling title, will entertain during the ' *• -• --—....-•«* , m_iaii win uc iiinunvr' gy's Jet Propulsion Laboratorylof Guide in the plant lere said. ; prior to the program. "We're in a solid two-day' Pendleton Sargeant Don Hart said that a search warrant was obtained from County Prosecutor William F. Lawler and signed by _. — _ j __, Circuit Court Judge, Carl T. and arrested 13 persons in con- Smith. nection with gaming violations.; Lt. Davis stated that the pol- ApivlrHincT tn T.t Rnhorf T? tfo {•nnficfitaA onj ^a/.!-*. A J School's men under quile some setting the stage for the firstly season Mr Cald'veri saidi Z™ r L± l ^ S 'L\T ek :^ ."ales'of all four'concerts cr Community Concert Season Opens "Tru.^ to t^, Webb ' Lewi 1 r event, Junior Fireman creeds'T U«~J IA Haro. Hrt 17 Wi+k Artli..,- CUJU.. »«? "a*" *" ril !s , the . i»f 10 11600 JA I C'. Here Oct. 17 With Arthur Fiedler The Fielder concert will bc;chiW JoLcn'elinfpTeliK pr" .Andersons Community Con-; to Lt. i that the State Police Detective pinball machines, S22.50 in cur- I division had kept the establish-1 rency and silver, assorted poker ; mAn i.nrio,. suTVeilapce for! chips, one half pint of whiskey, time. Del. First] and several tip books and a i tip book machine. Arrested on charges of pos[session of gaming devices was (.Murray J. Templeton. 48. Middletown. who according to state police officers, owns the establishment. Charged with operating a Plene Turn la P.IJ. 3. Column J Webb, Lewis Two pinent civic .eaders, businessmen. Howard ^j&p^s^C « K &wr& season tickets, and that an accompanying ' s Turn ( letter lists Pat" 5. Coin the ance SEEKS ZIP IN ZIP CODE - Postmaster Howard I. Ring is shown above as the local Post Office plans along with hundreds of o^crj l/irougfiou( the nation to open a Zip Code drive beginning today. Cards will be sent la patrons who may return the cardt wilh uncodcd addresses which will in turn be codec/ by postal officials and returned to Ihc palro-i. Additional cards will be ovoi/ob/e from Idler cmrwj and nl pnilo/ stations il needed. (See Postal feature on Page 24 ol today's Sunday Herald) Association President C. Dow Jaldwell said all tickets were nailed and should be in the lands of subscribers at least by Monday or Tuesday of this week. Kicking off the concert season will be Arthur Fiedler and the il. Louis Symphony. Mr. Fieder and the symphony opened, a 13-city pops concert tour in St. Louis on September 28. The Anderson concert will be the : rne maaison uoumy women's , last in the series which took | Republican Club will sponsor a tf the group to Detroit, Green meeting , at the Anderson High ! "' :; entitles (he child to a riae,., ., , i !inin .| today, on. a .fire.truck and an A^vement of Ander'son fun5! opportunity to win an attend- award. Creeds will be B Turn to Page 3, Column 3 drive this month. In Anderson and Vicinity GOP Women Plan Schlafly Lecture Gee, ' The Madison County Women's Bay, Cleveland, Toledo, and eight other Midwestern cities. Curtain time is 8 p.m. School gym Tuesday, Oct. 25 at 8 p.m. featuring Phyllis Schlafly, nationally known political writer and commentator, as the speaker. I Mrs. Kay Grenda, president i of the GOP women's organization, reports tickets are avail- Kenneth! ah'e from officers and mcm- Bowman Attacks Wasteful Spending MONROE, Ind. — Kenneini <iulc ""»' uiui.-L-i.'i ami mem- Bowman, Anderson, Republicanibers of the Republican Wom- candidate for Congress from ™'s Club, and at GOP head- he Fifth District in the Nov. 8 olection, called for a cut in 'wasteful government spend- ig" that would make a tax re- quarters here. Mrs. Schlafly is well - known as author of the books "Strike From Space," "A Choice Not uction passible, while speak-JAn Echo," and "The Grave- ng before an Adams Cou nty;diggers." incoln Club rally Saturday She is an honor graduate of ifihl. Washington University at St. Bowman charRcd that "Great Ix>ui.s and received a master's ociely" programs have added'degree in govcrnmcni from 15. billion to government Radclife College, Cambridec lending .and snid Iliat some of MUSS... and is a member of Phi these progrrms. including Ihc.BcMa Kappa and of Pi S i gm a Plrasr Turn In P»«f .1. Column t I ririne Turn (o Pair J, Column I Mr. Webb president of the! „„,.„ at st Mn - s Anderson Chamber of Com- j 0 . "jmerce and Mr. Lewis, prcsi-: Mr. and Mrs. James 'denl of the Board of Directors -, M K 4th st a . ir] of Junior Achievement, will, "'.Mr. and Mrs.' Paul Shafer, 4H spearhead a committee tliati A ,, dover Rd , a ^ will contact .local business, in-: Born at community Hospital idustry. and individuals to raise; ( 0 . ;S16.000 for the 1MB-67 program 1 Mr and Mrs clarence Mer- J' car - <ton. 713 Ellenhurst Dr.. a boy. I Junior Achievement the or-i Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Ma- 'ganization in which teenagers haney, Alexandria, a girl. ; learn the practical aspects of] Mr. and Mrs. William Pres- .the free enterprise system, gets!ley. Alexandria, a boy. I underway this week with 16 J Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Day, companies and several hundred iDaleville, a boy. youngsters from area highi Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt Carti schools participating. ;er, 1025 W. 13th St., a boy. For the first time the local Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ander- program is on a full - time'son. 1604': Brown St.. a girl, basis with a director and ac-l Mr. and Mrs. Philip Miller, tivily at the J. A. Center each|210 Donnelly Dr.. a boy. night of the week. In previous j Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ellsworth, years (he program had been(596 E. 6th St., a girl, done on a part-time basis with Mr. and Mrs. Rusty Boden- aroiincl 200 youngsters partici- horn. Pendleton. a boy. I'HYLMS SCHUKLY paling. I Mr. Webb and Mr. I, c w i s ,v .are expected to forn: a com- *™,mittec of persons in all arras !of the Anderson business com- ,'j 'munity. In past years close In ' ' , 100 firms and individuals have ni;ifle contribution. 1 ! yearly to. the program. ' "With full - lime status nv •^ I must double our efforts," Mr 1 rlrj*" Turn tn l'4tf .1. Column 3 SICK - ROOM AND RECOVERY - ROOM SUPPLIES Poynter'i Apothacory, Inc. 301 Ander.on Bank Bldg. Phoni 647-441»

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