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Anderson Herald (Newspaper) - April 21, 1968, Anderson, Indiana Anderson sunday Herald i used Fig eur Gianci u the flax Al try United states of America and to the Republic Lor to Vicli it stands ont nation under Ger indivisible i sufi Liberty and Putter for All. Anderson Indiana sunday morning april 21, 1968 123 dead in african plane crash county gop lists major events Here plans for two major Campaign events in tha next few Days have been announced by Republican leaders of the county. Mrs. Martha Ellsworth pres ident of the Madison county women s Republican club announced saturday that rep. Don Ald f. Buzz Lukens of the Ohio 24th congressional District would be the principal speaker for the annual May breakfast sponsored by the gop women. The breakfast session at . Sunday May 5, at the Edgewood country club is expected to attract several Hun dred Republican men and women of the county. It is one of the highlights of annual events staged by the women s organization each year. Many county state Legisla Tive congressional and state candidates Are also expected of attend the event. Rep. Lukens is the son of a Dairy Farmer and Rural mail Carrier and started his Public career As a special assistant to the late congressman Clarence j. Brown sr., Ohio. Lukens has served As head o the National Young Republican organization and As a National youth Leader. Lincoln club wednesday with a reception Starling at . Followed by a dinner meeting the Madi son county Lincoln club will hold its annual election meet ing at Linder s. The club will also make preliminary plans for participation in 1968 Republican Campaign activity. Officers during the past year include Paul o Neill Anderson president Roger Frazier pen Oleton vice Richard Cudgel Lapel treasurer and turn to 3, column 2 clean up week april 22-28, activities set a variety of activities has been planned for the local Observance of week april 22-28, a week designated for a general Spring cleaning by businesses and residents of the City. Chairman for this year s pro Gram is Harold Taylor of the Anderson fire department. An Derson s fire prevention chair Man is Robert clutch. Signs and posters have been placed in store windows throughout the City As Well As. On the sides of fire trucks and other City vehicles. Students in Anderson schools were Given Check lists of use in their Homes of major items concern ing fire safety cleanup. Talks have been Given at the schools by fire department officials in connection with the program. Boy scouts and Church youth groups Are cooperating in he cleanup Campaign within the neighbourhoods throughout t h e City. The Anderson and Edge Wood Street departments Are going through general cleaning operations and Patching of Many streets in need. One of Anderson s newest fire Rucks will be on display during turn to poo. A column 7 Good morning Start the Day with o Portland Ore. A Don t throw away your Wal nut shells and Apricot pits says the Agri business coun cil of Oregon. The shells and pits ground o the consistency of Sand and poured into the intakes of jul engines remove car Hon from the compressor Blades. This improves performance and makes the engines run longer the coun cil says. Fresh frying Chicken quarters in. 27c f orico juice oranges dozen 39c fresh Brand 39c pay less super Market open 24 hours daily f Trudeau takes Over Canada s top office garbage trucks matched mayor de Flanagan Board of works Mem cers and the City Council attended a demonstration saturday morning for work capability of garbage Irr acts used by the two Law bidders for the City refuse contract. Shown above is a hell truck preparing to devour a refrigerator. The Schossberg Bros. Co., Low bidders by or the five year contract propose using the Heil Brand truck if awarded Trie bid. The Anderson refuse co., owned Glen c. Walbridge present holders of Ifie contract on a 90-Day Extension granted by City officials Mil continue with the i Lacfi truck now in use. The bid exceeded the proposed City budget for the contract length of time Robert Hodson chairman of the Board of works said the group met with the Council far an evaluation following he demonstrations. No decision Das been made but a special session will to called to vote on the matter offer Schossberg s attorney has Given an opinion on a performance con tract be Sajt. Fun u m i Herald photo Ray gets special listing Washington up escaped convict James Earl Ray was Given an extraordinary emergency listing in the Fri s roster of 10 most wanted criminals saturday intensifying the nationwide manhunt for the accused Assassin of or. Martin Luther King or. Ray who masqueraded As Eric starve gait at the Lime teen guides ready for use a handbook developed by teenagers for themselves will be distributed within the next Fen Days to the student. Councils of nine schools including the seven Junior and senior High schools in the Anderson area and the Frankton secondary schools and circulated to All Stu dents in grades seven through twelve approximately in number. The teen guide program is a revised edition of an earlier Booklet and represents the joint efforts of teen panel members Plesci. Turn to 3, column 1 King was slain in Memphis was placed on the list even though there Are 10 fugitives already on it. This has happened but once before in the history of the 10 most wanted. Fri director j. Edgar Hoover decided to add Ray As an Lith most wanted to insure the widest possible dissemination the 40-year-old criminal s Pic Ture and description to the police and the Public. Special Alert to addition a special Alert was set up in the mexican Border area in he event Ray tries to flee the country. Mexican police officials also were said to be looking for Ray on an unofficial basis. Special arrangements were made the show Ray s picture on the Abc to show the sunday evening. other criminal Ever Given emergency listing on the 10 most wanted roster was Richard Lawrence Marquette who was sought for the Butcher knife murder of a Portland Ore., housewife in june j96i. The Day after Marquette was listed As an nth 10 most wanted he was arrested in California. Even before Ray was identified As the mysterious gait there was an assured in rewards for anyone providing information leading to the capture and conviction of King s Slayer. The Memphis City Council has voted to underwrite that amount. Ray identified through a painstaking Check of Fri fingerprint files had been sought by police As an escaped convict for nearly a year. He broke out of Missouri state prison by hiding in a bread turn to pu3. 3, Elliott Trudeau a casual 48-year-old French Canad Ian Bachelor was sworn in saturday As the nation s 15th prime minister. He named a caretaker Cabinet and hinted he would stake his new Job in an election probably in june. The son of a Montreal million Aire Trudeau was picked by the Liberal party two weeks ago to replace Lester b. Pearson 70, who is retiring. After the Satur Day ceremony Pearson said he would go Home put my feet up and watch the hockey Trudeau s oath taking con ducted in French by gov. Gen. Roland pushed up from monday on less than 24 hours notice in a move Trudeau said would permit him to Call an ejection As soon As june 17. He would do so to capita the on his own expanding popularity and rid himself of the minority government that made the legislative process a constant Strug Gle or Pearson. There will be an Trudeau said. But he added that june 17, the Date most frequently mentioned had no special Appeal and that another Day in the month is possible. Technically Trudeau is not required to risk his Job until 1970. In making Cabinet appoint ments Trudeau acknowledged that they had a temporary look he kept his old Post As Justice minister but said Donald s. Lla Cdonald one of six ministers without portfolio would handle the Job. _ the most important changes involved two of Trudeau s rivals for he prime minister. Mitch Ell Sharp 56, the former finance minister took Paul Martin s Job As foreign minister while mar tin was named minister without portfolio. . Benson to. Moved into the finance Post. There were several Quebec men in the new Cabinet. Tru Deau is against French Cana Dian separatism and his popu Larity in his own province is in Many cases not As great As in the rest of the nation. Raised in Montreal by his i turn to 6, i Day Long Battle fought to smash Saigon threat Saigon troops scouring Viet. Cong hideouts North of Saigon fought a Day Long Battle on the outskirts of the capital saturday and killed 31 communists. losses were put at one wounded. It was the third straight Day of heavy fighting North o f Saigon where . And South vietnamese troops Are trying to eliminate the continuing Viet Cong threat to the capital. Earlier saturday the . Command reported the Hoa Riest or attacks of the year against North Vietnam s Panhandle. American pilots flew Ico Here monday James m. Roche above chairman of the general motors corporation Board of directors Ana pm chief executive will be in an Derson monday to break group for a new guide tamp division plant1 Here and of address the annual Comber of Commerce Spring membership dinner at the Anderson country club monday evening Roche other pm officials to visit City James m. Roche chair Man of the Board of directors and chief executive officer of general motors will headline the program at the annual Spring meeting of the an Derson chamber of com m e r c e monday evening that will Salute pm for being on the Hoosier scene 50 years. Tile evening program will highlight a Day filled with activities that will begin at . With a groundbreaking cer Emony for a new manufacturing facility at guide lamp division. Or. Roche will land at the Anderson Airport along with three pm vice presidents and their wives at i . They win be met there by mayor j. E. De Flanagan and general managers Perry w. House Del co Remy division and Seth ii. Stoner guide lamp. The chamber dinner meeting scheduled for 7 . At the an Derson country club will Mark the 50th anniversary of Delco Remy As a division of general motors and the first pm opera Tion in Indiana. Incorporated at the turn of the Century Delco Hemy was acquired by pm in 1918. Starting w i t h the Remy Plutni. Turn to po5i 3, column i Airliner plunges Burns at Windhoek 6 survive including one american Windhoek South West Africa a a South african airways jetliner carrying 117 passengers and a Crew of 12 crashed and burned in rugged terrain after Takeoff saturday night. A Hospital spokesman said Only six survived. The South african press association put the num Ber of survivors at seven. Five of the survivors were reported injured some seriously. Reports from the scene said the Boeing 707 broke into four sections two of them flaming. Wreckage was spread Over a five mile area a South african press association correspondent who flew Over the missions against the communist Supply area on Friday they said. Elements of the . 1st infantry division teamed with South vietnamese marines in a sweep which entered about 10 Miles Northeast of the Center of Saigon within easy rocket Range of Tan son Nhut airbase and military Complex. The Viet Cong struck Back saturday night and Early sunday with a series of mortar attacks on Allied positions. The Fiatt turn to peat 6, column j fair Mitti and cooler today. High today fid s Low tonight id s High yesterday 78 Low Sunrise today . Sunset tonight . Over the area said he saw bodies strewn on the ground. As i left the scene i saw one passenger and an. American named Thomas the correspondent said. He was merely besides Taylor the survivors were said to include or. J. G. Van Der. Wath chairman of the South african Wool Doard and vice chairman of the internal. Tiona Wool secretariat Board j. Holliday the co Pilot and r. Armstrong a night officer. The Pilot capt. E. Smith was found dead in the cockpit. Witnesses at Windhoek s j. G. Strip Dom Airport said the South african plane seemed to hop into the air before finally taking off at 9 . A local travel agent said he saw one of the plane s port engines catch fire shortly after it left the ground. The crash was among the most costly in lives in aviation history. The record single plane disaster was on feb. 14, 19g6, when a japanese it liner plunged into Tokyo Bay killing All 133 aboard. Then came a shattering crash and tile Airport crowd saw smoke and flames climb info the sky from the crash site about six Miles away. Rescue workers had difficulty pi.31. I Jin 7o of. 3. Column 1 demos seek county votes two democrats seeking sup port in the May 7 Indiana presidential primary election will visit Madison county this week and other activity on behalf of candidates in the three Way democratic primary Battle has also been scheduled. Monday gov. Roger Brani Gin who first filed As a presidential candidate As a stand in for president Johnson and who latter became a serious favor Ite son candidate when the president withdrew from the race will make a nixed Politi Cal and non political appear ances in Anderson monday. On tuesday sen. Robert f. Ken Nedy of new York will appear at a rally in Elwood. Gov. Branigin who had been scheduled monday to participate in the annual chamber of Commerce Spring dinner at the Anderson country club monday evening will make a political Oliou turn to 3, column 3 Steve Hofer named America s outstanding teen age boy gop speaker rep. Donald f. Buz Lukens of the 24lh Ohio District will be guest speaker Tor the annual May Bre ahas sponsored by the Madison county women s re publican club at ., sunday May 5n Al the Fdge Wood country club Lul tens is a former gop Young rep Bli can and youth Leader before his election to Congress named America s most out standing teen age boy for 1963 was Stephen Hofer senior at Madison Heights High school and son of or. And mrs. Robert Hofer of it. 3, Anderson. He received the award for outstand ing leadership at the sixth an Nual Little White House con Ference on children and youth held at the University of Hawaii in Honolulu. As stale president of the in Diana association of student councils Hofer represented in Diana among 700 participants from 35 slates at the first National meeting of the teenage Assembly to be held in Hawaii. The Assembly is a National organization of High school Stu dents dedicated to fighting juvenile delinquency. Theme of the conference was the american teenager and the and discussions focused on teenagers and their relationships with the rising crime Rale the police the juvenile courts and the Urban racial crisis. Hofer served As a panel Mem Ber on he conference theme and As chairman of one of the Dis Cussion groups in addition to competing among so students for the 1968 National teen age leadership award. He was invited to attend the National meeting by Charles m. Camp Bell a teacher at Farrington High school in Hawaii and founder of the National Assem Bly. Following the close of the As Sembly before departing Hawaii Young Hofer was Given the Opportunity to meet president Lyndon b. Jonnson who congratulated trim and the runners up in the leadership contest. Commenting on the results of the meeting Hofer said i think we came to a greater realization of the need for a Concrete Effort by teenagers in fighting the problems of Juve Nile Jeanne Ogrodnick of Toms River new Jersey received the outstanding teenage girl award and two California students were runners up Charles Campbell of pills turn to Pogi 3, column 4 1-69 crash injures local Man saturday a 27-year-old Anderson Man was badly injured saturday morning in a one car crash near the overpass on 1-69 which crosses ind. 109 South of Anderson and was re ported to have been admitted to methodist hos Pital in Indianapolis. According to investigators Hollis Hummel 2735v4 Dela Ware St., suffered internal in juries and injuries of the Back and legs when the Auto apparently rolled Over him Asha was thrown from it. Hummel was taken to St. John s Hospi Tal and was later transferee to methodist Hospital Indianapolis. Reported indicated the car. Operated by Albert c. Ross 30, of 2517 e. 8th St., was travelling cast on 1-69 just West of the ind. 109 overpass when Ross control of the vehicle be cause the front portion of the car was wobbling. Tile car left the interstate went Over the curb of the Road and apparently flipped three of four times before halting authorities said. Officials reported the Driver suffered a bump on the head and minor injuries and a third person in the car seated in tha rear was not injured. No dam age estimate was Given on tha 1962 Model station Wagon. Methodist Hospital officials said they were not certain As to the condition of Hummel and that he had not undergone sur Gery of any kind. Area bands win High ratings in bad state meet Muncie Anderson and county music groups won a number of honors in uie Indi Ana state music association an. Nan Spring contest held at Ball state University yesterday. Ras Ings were Superior excellent Good and fair. Anderson High school girls chorus class won a rating of which u the top rank. The mixed chorus class a also won a Superior rating Madison Heights High school mixed chorus class a won the excellent rating. S1h Junior High school band class d won the excellent rating also. Madison Heights High school band class a won a Superior rating. Mhos girls Chor his turn to po31 column 7 new arrivals in Anderson and Vicinity bom at St. John s Hospital o or. And mrs. William Gosha ism Morton St., a girl. Or. And mrs. Michael Sansone Middletown a girl. Or. And mrs. William weight Man Daleville a boy state judge installs gop teens stole supremo court Justice Donold h. Hunter of Anderson third from Nghil installed new officers of the Madison county teen Republican organization in Cere monies at gop Headquarters last night. From left Are Tom Russell vice president Gary Bullock Freo surer Pally Sousa Secretary judge Hunter Virginia Williams president and Ken Bowman sergeant of orms. Roberl by dds is the retiring president Herald photo insulin Lilly a to 9v Uso Unte us. . Imo 09 Uso p.2. To Uso Paynter j apothecary. Inc. 301 Anderson Bonk bldg. Phons 643-44u

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