Anderson Herald from Anderson, Indiana on October 9, 1966 · Page 2
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Anderson, Indiana
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Sunday, October 9, 1966
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SUNDAY, OCTOIER 9, 1966 northwest of Brownsville started sandbagging. Residents of $100,000 beach Padre Island, homes along long, slender Blind Man Injured At Neighbors Drive Howard H HnllaHav «9 p ' strip of land running"down the MhW , ,.,Hf aa . y '. 43? , E ' coast, starldrf hattpninu Hnum 5th St., was slightly injured at about 2:50 p.m. yesterday, when he was walking on 8th St. and walked behind a car pulling from E. Stti St. driveway at 814 coast, started battening down. The barometer was reported going down as far north as Glayeslon, which with Corpus Christi and Brownsville, lias been punished by killer hurri- According to investigating of- canes in the past. *d and released. Monday Continued From Pan Ont at the Mounds Mall station, and at the K-Marfc station 51 registrations and 57 transfers. For those persons who have yet to register or make any other records changes, the list of registration stations is listed as follows: 111 Anderson at the Mounds the program. The ship was scheduled to have sailed from Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula Oct. 3 for Tampa, Fla., but it was not definitely! ,,„_„.,„»,„.•- . ,. known if it had sailed. demonstrations of fire Junior Firemen tontUiutU prom Pit« ont available on the Guide grounds today for children who may not have received them. Attendance awards consist of two bicycles, a boy's and a girl's. Schools of the two bicycle ANDERSON SUNDAY HERALD tt can not be t part of any peace moves unless it Is given 000 per person as a "more the green light from the Communist government of Ho Chi Minn. The official Communist Party newspaper in Hanoi saidl exemption [or . tnose families' Hoosier Britain's peace plan followedr'?, 1 have rflildren "'---"—••the "U.S. line and its refusal to the most successful. It marked the first time in several years to be held here and the Eastside church grounds were completely converted into an area that depitcted scenes of early Hoosier living ar, Scouts at- temped to utilize the heritage on* strong ex spokesman said, appears not be should." He said that battery can not Surveyor would exception," the 'd. "The battery behaving as it PAGE i 13, but Friday night after > command from scientists on earth it began returning weak iments. lowering scientists' hopes of conducting additional exper- signals which were picked up "It does not look likely that if the main by the Johannesburg, South] we will be able to do any college. theme. be charged, to Africa, tracking station. experiments, tut then we didn't recognize the National Libera- He charge that his Democrat 1 In addition to honoring win- lunar landscape uu ., w «. ™u™ ..„,. „«- auw lo The signals continued to be believe it (Surveyor) was going itake television pictures of the i heard until Ihe craft passed outl"' b ? nkc « «««;, so Robert H. Lough, Guide plant i Vietnamese people. ficers, Holladay who s blindJ Pe „ <* walked behind a car driven hv P . ete r sb " r 8- partments, will be in charge of international ", " , . , l ''"^ T don't want to say it's not going of the stations range early^ worki -. he sa id. "Just the winners will rwpiv* <vi pa«h . B ^ II1B w » u< "«" UDera- ™ fiuuge uiai ais uemocrai 1 '" auuiuuu 10 Honoring win- „. ...... awards bon Fronl M the onlv legal opponent, J. Edward Roush.'ners of the skills competition "The battery doesn't appear Saturday. About 1-30 p m EOT!Set we're Setting i^u™,!, T...-U „..:., !representative of the SouthJwas . classed with the "big,this morning, closing ceremon- to be taking a charge now," he Saturday, the Canberra station means anything cool J. classed , , , auray, e anerra spenders" and cited a recent ics also recognize the troop ir.jsaid. Under normal conditions, •,..„.„ : .•""•"* ,v voting record studv each of the Council's five dis-i the sun's rays are absorbed b>' **&* receiving Surveyor s .-=._., • — ----• --'i'-icis.wth best records of in-' a solar panel atop the signals, according to a •eased membership and ad- spacecraft and converted into man for Caltech's Jet Propul- softlanded on the moon June I ......... „. „,, . . -- ------------------ . iccment during 196G. A "Her- Power to be stored in the sion Laboratory here. : and returned 11,150 high quality peace -keeping i 30 P er cent voting record on Uage^Breakthru" Award goes caHery. ..... ^ The signals mean , that .photographs of the lunar a signal could happen." without its stubborn ^^ wthout^s stubborn the signals, according to a spokes- ; ™ onumen ial success when it ' Fire Prevention Week activi-ty. 'force to guarantee the neutrali-! econom >' measures. Mall, 109 Southdale State Rd. 67 By-Pass; Shop ' K-Mart, Center, the Grant Store, Edgewood Plaza Shopping Center, 2601 Nichol Ave.; the Number 4 Fire Station, 3rd and Hendricks Sts.; the Number 5 Fire Station, Broadway and Plum; the Number 6 Fire "It's a beautiful day out here now. The sun is shining," said a crewman on the Coast Guard cutter Kimball at Brownsville. "But we know what's coming." Navy Moves Planes The Navy at Corpus Christi, ,160 miles north of Brownsville, j ordered 108 planes flown out of three South Texas bases Saturday. . The rampart-like high pressure area had kept Inez off the coast since it cruised west through the Florida Straits early this week and struck the Yucatan Peninsula a glancing blow. Inez, spawned 26 days ago in this week with equip-: ment of 25 local schools. According to Fire Chief Jack! Richardson, men and trucks! Continued From Bowman will be taken to the following area schools during the next week: Monday — Seventh St., 8:30 Job Corps and the rent subsidies program, should be ter! minated. this many-pronged program. — ., „ a.m., company 4; North Ander-i Bowman said he favored in- 1,200 At Continued From to winners of the gateway competition. Dale Redgers, NoblesvilleJ Continued Krora Pase On« general chairman for the giant lot of information on how outing first held in 1947, has; (Surveyor) looks," he said. to be stored „-._ cattery, to each district winner. " However, "much to Scouts from many units in surprise and satisfaction Anderson have participated ^technicians," the spokesman temperatures climb to as high back only 27 pictures in t the aftair. serving as hosts for : said, Surveyor was responding!as 250 degrees fahrenheitjhour span in February. to commanders and transmit-'during the moon day —j JPL scientists said the sun ting telemetry data on temper-1 comparable to 14 earth days—i would strike Surveyor's solar atures, pressures and voltages j and sink to a minus 250 degrees panels directly during Saturday -' " Sight. They .hoped the Surveyor ~had survived five surface. The feat far surpassed of different lunar cycles in which Russia's Luna 9 which sent 48- Surveyor of its subsystems. i during the lunar night Experts began a methodical equivalent to 14 earth nights, check of systems in an effort to correct the apparent problem in the main battery. However, later Saturday af- craft would the moon- absorb enough energy to send back at least DJ ... ._• i u..fA.i.. *K« ternoon, a JPL spokesman! one more picture before the announced that the quality of moon again passed into the tlin ^.:,T««1r. ItnfJ rlnnlinn^ l.i»nr> niftkf "YTllTlHaV Q.iii., wiipauj -i, Jiuini /T-iiuci-i . , — „__-.-„ . u » v ---.« .... ---., ..-^ ; V uui iv-^wi > luvivo, UK SaiU, 111 '1IC llimil uatL^lJ. alUJUUUt-CU Lllal U'C UUalllV Ul II1UU11 apam puj.jv\ son, 9:30 a.m., company 5; Hia-! creasm g^' le personal income'called the Westward Ho! one of|^Everything looks good with 1 The mooncraft fell silent July the signals had declined.llucar night Monday, watna, 10:30 a.m., company 5; Park Place, 1:30 p.m., company 7; and Lindberg, 2:30 p.m., company 7.. Tuesday — Longfellow, 8:30| a.m., company 1; Washington.! 9:30 a.m., company 3; Central Ave., 10:30 a.m. company 3; Columbia, 1:30 p.m., company 4; and Riley, 2:30 p.m., company 4. office day. All the stations in Ande son and the county will be ope Monday from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m for final registrations. Inez Curves CcmtmDX From Ptj« On* pressure, powered up to IS mile-per-hour winds Saturd «nd began veering ominously Ihe north as the ridg weakened. Police from Port Isabe which juts from the mainlan out toward the island north Brownsville, crossed a two-mi causeway to South Padre an toured it with bullhorns urgin residents to get out. Th causeway was ordered closei following the evacuation. "We've got a lot of damne »tupid tourists trying to go ove the other way, over to th Island, to see the hurricane, said police Chief C.F. Barter "And we've got about 700 or 8( ihrimp boats coming in." The boats, fleeing the hum cane from points throughout its wandering path through th Gulf, were making for safe harbor up the Arroyo Colorado a deep-water channel betwee the island and the mainland At Corpus Christi 160 miles tc the north, all key city personnt were put on a standby ca] basis. Military aircraft wer flown inland. Seas were reported running high at the north end of the long, narrow island. Breaker washed the tops of piers. Hurricane watches went from Brownsville north along the coast where hurri canes over the past 66 years have killed thousands o persons. The Brownsville Weather Bureau said Inez was on projected path which could cause it to hit Brownsville Sunday night. Iwz was swirling 135 mile- per-hour winds at its center. Hurricane force winds coverec a circle 100 miles wide and gales extended 200 miles to the north and 175 miles to the touth. Shrimp boats fled to safety at Brownsville under skies which Saturday were still sunrjy A television station at Weslaco SUPPLIES Beds - Chairs — Etc. MASSENGILL'S _317W. IllhSf. Dial 442-4675 the Atlantic, had crawled westj Wednesday — Hazelwood. in|8:30 a.m., company 2; Shade- the Gulf. , land. 9:30 a.m., company 2; All personnel at the Corous Westvale, 10:30 a.m., company feg -SiChristi Naval Air Station were 2; Franklin. 1 p.m.. company open MO or( i e red back to duty stations 7; and Southview, 2 p.m., com- Station, 29th and Delaware Sts.; . , ,, , Alexandria City Hall; and in El- ' ? 05 ' °< tte weeK ' wood at the Elwood City Hall. " "" afi ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY and the base put on a preliminary hurricane evacuation plan. The Rio Grande Valley's million-dollar citrus crop was threatened, and the Weather Bureau advised farmesr to pick as much of it Saturday night. as they could ISP Raid County Continued From Pag« On* gaming house were Jack D. Cannon, 39, 2810 Fletcher St., and Lawrence Beaty, 45, 1103 East Lynn St. Templeton, Cannon and Beaty were being held in the county jail late this morning. Ten men were arrested for visiting a gaming house includ ing Leon W. Oliphant, 63, 1223 Meridian St.; John B. Mont ;omery, 41, 614 Belzer Dr. Sandall W. Wright, 27, 126 W ith St.; Warren Poffenbarger i5, 814 Nursery Rd.; Vinci Roame, 32, address given BL 30 W. 6th St.; Clyde Howell 44, 340 W. 6th St.; Richard L Watson, 37, Martinsville; Ed ward 0. Spurlui, 38, RR 2, Alex andria: James F. Hammock 31, Muncie; and Boyce p ields, 44, Lewisville. All ten were released on bone rom the county jail and are lated for appearances nex week in City Court before 'udge Robert R. Bobbins. Prosecutor William F. Lawer Jr. said Templeton is to be rraigned in Judge Carl T. mith's Circuit Court on the wssession charges which were odged against him yesterday Fternoon. Lawler added that barges of operating a gaming ouse would be filed against eaty and Cannon in Circuit ^ourt early next week. Vebb, Lewis Continued From Pag* Onft ^ewis explained. "We hope to ontact all former contributors y letter before beginning our ampaign for new support," he pany 6. Thursday — Brentwood, 8:30 a.m., company 2; Edgewood, 9:30 a.m., company 2; Forest Hills. 10:30 a.m., company 5; Roosevelt, 1 p.m., company 6; and Meadowbrook, 2 p.m., company 6. Friday - Twenty-fifth St., 8:30 a.m., company 2; Twenty- ninth St., 9:30 a.m., company 6; Tenth St.. 10:30 a.m., company 7; St. Ambrose, 1:30 p.m., company 6; and St. Mary's, 2:30 p.m., company 1. In case of bad weather, arrangements will be made to visit those. schools missed sometime during the following wee'K. Fire Prevention Week activi ties will officially get underway tomorrow at Guide Lamp Divi sion where the Ninth Annua' Junior Firemen's Day will be held. Thousands of children will be given free rides on fire trucks furnished by several municipal and volunteer fire departments in this area. In addition to the rides, fire equipment demonstrations will be held to acquaint children with the importance of fire prevention. The program will start at noon and continue until 5 p.m. All Aboard Continued From Paee air search would resume at first light. Petroleum helicopters said it lad communication with the lilot when he landed on the rig o pick up "some non-essential drilling workers preparatory to mrricane evacuation proce- within MONDAY NIGHT SPECIAL! GOING ON SALE AT 6 P.M.! dures. "It happened dded. Under the Junior Achieve- ent training program young gh school students form com- anies, develop products, sell 30 seconds after he took off," larris said, "He never had ime to file a flight plan." The evacuation was ordered iaturday afternoon when Humane Inez took a turn toward le U.S. mainland from her tatipn in the gulf off Tampico, Mexico. Community Continued From Pace One ock, and comp.Iete the entire I dates of seven other programs uiness cycle in one year - :1 - U1 '-- "~ J • >out 50 businessmen from the y serve as instructors ant dvisors in production, sales Jid accounting techniques. Alum. Storm Doors onnelly's 4 Grand Ave. Can you qualify in Anderson It could mean a §50,000 income in your own business with one of America's most sought after franchises. A marketing study just completed shows Anderson not only is ready, but long over due, for an AAMCO Transmission Center. Current registration show 51,461 cars already in the county, with an estimated 9 million dollars going for parts and repairs. Since most cars over two years old need some transmission work, an AAMCO center in Anderson, could possibly show annual earnings exceeding $50,000. We are now seeking the one man in Anderson to profit from this growing billion dollar market. No previous automotive experience is necessary. The man who qualifies for the AAMCO transmission center will be completely trained in a four week intensive program. He'll learn every phase of the transmission business, including proven management and merchandising techniques. AAMCO pre-plans every center from layout and design to total marketing and sales. And backs each franchise with a year round advertising and promotion program featuring nationally known celebrities. If you're ready to step up and be your own boss in Anderson ... if you're ready to make it big in a ready made market... if you can invest about $17,500 ... if you'll attend our training program . . . AAMCO will put you in business, and show you the way to a rich and rewarding future. Call, write or wire now. HOWARD PRICE, Dir. AAMCO TRANSMISSIONS 3555 PiKnon Av>. Chicago, III. 60645 (111) 5SI-3160 ADDRESI PHONE NO. . available for Anderson concert goers in Kokomo and Marion. Following the St. Louis Symphony will be the Don Shirley Trio on November 17, Pianist Richard Cass on January 11, and Metropolitan Tenor Richard Tucker on April 20. Under a reciprocal arrangement local season ticket holders may attend the Marion and Kokomo concerts. Among the artists on the series there are Whitmore and Lowe, Violinist M. Rabin, the Golden Curtain Quartet, First .Chamber Dance Quartet. New York Brass Quinel, and Pianist Lee Lubisi. The new Anderson series opens on a high note with Mr. Fiedler. He is the world's foremost exponent of popularized classical music and classicized popular music. His performances and recordings of music ranging from Beethoven to the Beatles have made music history. He has sold more recordings —9 million singles ar.<i almost 5 million albums —than any other classical artist. He annually goes on extensive tours, in the United Slates and abroad, serving as guest conductor of major orchestras around the world. Our new season coats with luxury looks... in rich new colors! A. Wide collar coat of morla- crylic pile that is so like fur, so soft to touch! Petite sixes. B. 80 r r wool, 20 % nylon boucle with natural rabbit* collar and cuffs in junior sizes. c. Rich, bubbly boude of 1f>% wool, 24/0 nylon with a collar of imported natural mink* Misses' sizes. 30 40 60 Russia Continued From Page One ment in a new British initiative to end the war. The key to the peace plan is the reconvening of the Geneva conference that divided French ndochina into the four stales of North and South Viet Nam, Laos and Cambodia. But Brown's peace mission appeared doomed from the start. The North Vietnamese tovernment Saturday attacked ^ndon's peace proposals in advance, sayine that the Viet Cong alone should represent South Viet Nam at any negotiation table. Thejrfficial Soviet line i9 that MUMS NOW READY 3,000 Evergreens nnd trees. Low prices. Memorial Park Cemetery SPECIALLY PRICED SPORTING SEPARATES! 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Sizes 7 to H. B. PENNEY'S FASHIONS NEVER SAY HOW MUCH - JUST HOW RI6HTI

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