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Anderson Daily Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 15, 1986, Anderson, Indiana City cleanup the citywide cleanup Campaign has been deemed a a a landslide Success. A heavy hard to discard items old freezers refrigerators appliances furniture a Are being hauled away by the City Street department. The cleanup ends saturday. Page 18 500 Mario Andretti hits the Wall during practice. The big question in t whether he will be ready for the race a will his car be ready ? Page 15 Good evening Index pages births.3 comics.20 deaths .3 family.15-17 pages sports.15-17 theaters.21 what s where. Is More rain a 50percent Chance of thunderstorms tonight with a Low in the lower 60s. A 30 percent Charlet of thunderstorms Friday with a High in the upper 70s. High wednesday 75 overnight Low 58 precipitation .15 Inch. Serving one of Indiana a great cities for ii years thursday May 15,1986 Anderson Indiana volume 101, number 46 Price 25 cents 3 it. Hood climbers Chesterfield and Anderson emergency personnel treat Richard d. Allen 39, Anderson who was critically injured when his motorized wheelchair collided with a motorcycle in the 4200 Block of East Man critically injured bulletin photo by Dale Pickett 38th Street wednesday evening. Allen was taken to St. Johns medical Center then flown by lifeline to methodist Hospital in Indianapolis. Details on Page 6. Statements introduced by Douglas Walker bulletin staff writer two formal statements Given by Gregory Scott Johnson on the Day he allegedly killed Ruby Husiar one written and the other on videotape were presented As evidence during his Superior court 3 trial wednesday. Johnson 21, 806 Al 21st St., is charged with the june 23, 1985, slaying of Husiar his 82-year-old neighbor. In the statements presented to the jury wednesday Johnson admitted to breaking into Hutslar a Home and taking items before setting the House on fire Madison county prosecutor William f. I Bowler or. Has indicated he will present evidence Husiar died of a severe beating. If convicted of the murder and arson charges Johnson faces a possible death sentence. Johnson a statements were presented Dunn wednesdays testimony by Anderson police department capt. De Hanlon who questioned Johnson and Anderson fire department chief investigator Terry King for several hours following Johnson a arrest the morning of Hutslar a death. After questioning Johnson for some time Hanlon see Page 2, column 4 helicopters should have prompted survivors to dig out. A they should 1 have punched their Way out a said Clackamas county sheriffs la Don Vickars. A a that a what the general opinion however master sgt. Rich harder chief of Rescue efforts for the air Force said today he had not lost Hope. A Over the years we be had. People hike out two or three Days later and we re just hoping that they Are Down in the tree lines maybe and we might run into them a he told a Good morning a if not they re up around 10,500 feet still in a Cave somewhere. Three Frozen members of the party two girls and a boy were airlifted wednesday from the slopes of the 11,235-foot Mountain and a medical team of 40 at Portland a Emanuel Hospital worked All Day in a a last ditch Effort to revive them said spokeswoman i Ori canister. The heartbeat of enc Sandvik 15, was restored for a few hours. See Page 2, column i Gorbachev . Exploited tragedy by Knight Ridder wire service Moscow a in his first Public comment on the chernobyl nuclear Accident soviet Leader Mikhail s. Gorbachev on wednesday night accused the United states and its nato allies of shamelessly exploiting the tragedy to a defame the soviet Union a and weaken support for its disarmament proposals. A bluntly speaking certain Western politicians were after very definite Aims a to blast the possibilities for International relations to sow new seeds of mistrust and suspicion toward the socialist countries a Gorbachev said in a half hour address to the nation. In an Effort to redirect world opinion from nuclear accidents Back to nuclear arms Gorbachev announced that the soviets were extending their unilateral moratorium on nuclear testing until death toll at 9 soviet officials say at least nine persons have died As a result of the Accident. An american doctor treating victims says More would die from in thai doses of radiation. Aug. 6, the 41st anniversary of the american bombing of Hiroshima. A the Accident at chernobyl showed again what an abyss will open if nuclear War befalls Mankind Quot he said a for inherent in the nuclear arsenals stockpiled Are thousands upon thousands of disasters far More horrible than the chernobyl he renewed an invitation to president Reagan to meet him anywhere in Europe a or he added at Hiroshima itself a to sign a Mutual test ban treaty. Reagan has consistently refused to join in the soviet test ban moratorium which began last aug. 6 and is now being extended for a fourth time. Sitting at a modern rectangular desk and Reading a prepared text Gorbachev gave Little new information on the cause of the Accident 18 Days earlier or the efforts being undertaken to limit its effects. He did announce that a ninth person had died and that 299 Are currently hospitalized a just Over twice the number that were hospitalized april 30. A was you All know a misfortune has befallen us a the Accident at the chernobyl nuclear Power Plant a he began in an address that was watched by millions at the Start of the nightly news program Eremya. A it has painfully affected soviet people and caused the anxiety of the International Public. For the first time Ever we enc Oun see Page 2, column Idonat let booze ruin your big Day drinking proms and graduation done to mix a a today there a a Jot of peer pressure out there about drinking a if you done to drink you re not in. A on prom and graduation rights done to let that peer pressure end your life in a drunk driving Accident. Done to drink and drive. A i Jyh Hawi Highland High school Saud its the Law animal Issue going to court by Rebecca in Exi ing bulletin staff writer operation of the Madison county humane society on Crystal Street a longstanding Issue is headed for court. Upon the consensus of the an Demon animal control commission wednesday night the City Legal counsel will file a court action to Stop operation of the society at 2219 Crystal St. Eight neighbors expressed dissatisfaction that the shelter re Mains open despite an april i deadline to cease operations set by the commission sept. La 1985. See Page 2, column i or. And mrs. George a. Zink or. Bulletin photo by John to Simon links named family of year at Wake up breakfast by Mike Alexander bulletin staff writer a family of the year was honoured at this morning s Wake up with Anderson breakfast at the Sheraton inn. The George a. Zink or. Family including to children was honoured by the Center for mental health Host for this months meeting. A crowd of about 300 people saw Richard de Haven mental health Center executive director present the award along with several other gifts and prizes from the business Community. Della Ven said honouring a f Arrulo of the year will become an annual event at Wake up breakfasts Zink a native of Indianapolis and a Delco Remy Engineer and wife Kilty a native of Bedford have lived Here 27 years. They reside at 217 Layton Road. Allio of their children ranging in age from 25 to 6, have been bom at St Johns medical Center he said. Zink has been involved in United Way campaigns at Delco Remy boy scouts and Lapel High school youth group activities. His wife said about her approach to raising the family a a in be always tried to be there for them to help them w Hen i a their oldest son Bill a 1983 graduate of notre Dame University is attending graduate school at Indiana University. Daughter Anne a 1984 graduate of notre Dame is director of religious education at St. Lawrence Parish in Indianapolis. Daughter Cathy graduated from St. Francis College e Ort Wayne with a degree in special education last saturday. Daughter Juan will graduate sunday from Purdue University with a degree in nursing. Other children include Joe and Susan a senior and Sophomore respectively at i a pc i High school attending St. Mary a Are Matt see Page 2, column 4 Urma English c5 top Volunteer Urma English was recognized wednesday As a top Volunteer by the Community services Council of Madison county. She was presented the an Nual service Council award for achievement during the councils monthly meeting at or Steak restaurant. English lives at 28 s Roby drive she is English president of the Anderson Council of women and helped organize the chemical people drug pre von lion program with the Center for mental health. In presenting the award Margaret Dodd director of the Community Justice Center said eng Ushy a leadership vision and Dedi cation have been an inspiration to other volunteers. In an address to the group a Roderick Henry executive vice president of the Anderson area chamber of Commerce spoke about the chamber a new image Ami direct Ion. He said a new identity Symbol is appearing on membership plaques being issued to 520 Ham Ber me in tiers with the theme a we mean business in Anderson Madison it among new programs Henry said is a a business retention and expansion Quot program he said it is a joint Effort Between the chamber and City department of Community services and economic development to recognize contributions made by local businesses. He and City administrator Tony demos will head a two member fact finding team that will visit see Page 2, column 2 die 8 others missing by the associated press Timberline Lodge Ore. A rescuers and dog teams today resumed the Hunt for six teen agers and two adults missing on mount Hood. A blizzard ambushed their school expedition monday and Hopes have faded that they would be found alive. Three members of the expedition who apparently were seeking help were found wednesday and airlifted from the slopes. The two girls and a boy died. Hie air f orce helicopter with an infrared device that can detect temperature variations of 2 degrees found nothing late wednesday said air Force staff sgt. John darkness. Dogs trained for Mountain work were brought from Seattle but were also unable to find the missing climbers. Two six Man ground teams with two dogs left Timberline xxx age at 4 . To search the 9,309-foot level of the Mountain. The teams to be joined by another ground team later planned to use Metal detectors in their efforts. Low wind and Only a few High Clouds Over the Mountain provided Good con Duons for the search today officials said. Unsafe footing on wednesday forced a postponement in the Hunt. Rescuers had hoped the climbers had survived in a Snow Cave but those Hopes diminished As no sign of life was seen wednesday when sunny weather and noisy associated press rescuers and dogs prepare for trip up it. Hood. Search continues for missing teen agers and their leaders

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