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Anderson Herald (Newspaper) - July 16, 1966, Anderson, Indiana The Anderson Herald vol. 99. No. 24 Anderson Indiana saturday morning Juty 16, 1966 slayings suspect sketch issued based on description Chicago a acting on the Center of the forehead Nar the description of a girl who Lay Row set eyes beneath brows of killer s entry into the town county Coroner said autopsy is deep but its hard for me to screams. It was a Cool night frightened under a bed while medium thickness and thin lips of eight student nurses were characterize the wanted Man. Slaughtered police Friday is sued a sketch of the Man they Are looking for As the killer a Crew Cut Young Man with High his hair was Between Black add cheekbones aquiline nose and Blond. Jutting Chin. The sketch after he and four other policemen talked with the nine before he took them from Only survivor of thursday s the room girl by girl and Mur massacre 23-year-old Corazon dered them. Amurao a registered nurse who she had no idea what time the bad been in this country Only Slayer left the building. Two months for additional train close cropped hair peaked in ing. His height is believed to be House that served As the Stu dents dormitory at Between about six feet his weight about night 170 pounds. Miss Amurao said miss Amurao told police the sedation. Police questioned the Young woman in her Hospital room after she roused from heavy police artist Otis Rathel made killer sat on the floor of her bed room talking calmly with the from her Bonds at 5 . Thurs Day when an alarm clock went off. Police have estimated the . Wednesday and mid Spiotto said miss Amurao not tick. Miss amur molested sexually but that identify any of the photos Spiotto said miss Amurao told bed and saved her life. Mal smears would be examined known Ner but said there Are there were some Light out a another troublesome question for a conclusive finding. He said few individuals we Are by the girls who came in for police had been the color proceeded at fun the crime lab should have a re much interested in some Date but it was t the killer s Short cropped hair j throughout the night we Are now More said Deputy chief of detectives Michael Spiotto. The girl has Given the police artist the de tails of the killers features she had never seen the Man miss Amurao freed herself before Spiotto said but she trussed miss Mary Ann Jor feels she could identify him if Dan and miss Suzanne fan is. She saw him again. Or. Andrew j. Toman Book were three or four Inch police was Why nobody heard that he dragged his bound and reports produced no evidence that any of victims had been say what Type of a knife were open Walls of the one at a time. Contemporary style town housed during one of his used. None of the half dozen men gagged victims to their deaths picked up in a manhunt in and around Chicago has panned out did miss Amurao hid under a bunk absences As a prime Accord Hospital officials had begun 8 director of South Side Community Hospital where the victims were in training said police and ing to cmdr. Francis on present and past hos port on the smears by next wednesday. Toman added there were no scratches bruises or Bullet wounds on the victims bodies. Was among the five men who Rayy 22, returned to the town said but somewhere in be Toman said most of the Stab More than others. Mary Ann Jordan 20, Suzanne a Spanish speaking detect and Gloristean interviewed miss Amurao but House the killer had Al said she conversed in herded its other six occur not been determined. Only two English miss Amurao 23 an j pants including miss Amurao of the victims he said were not Exchange student from the Phil into a Back room. Of the homicide department. Pital employees. The Hospital one phase of the investigation staff numbers 600. Full Speed Daniel said the Hospital had the sort offered a s10.000 Reward for in she said his hair was nothing fingerprints lifted from fondation leading to the killer s Black and not blood splattered town House he said the killer definitely was a White Man. Spiotto said miss Amurao seems to be a settled person lip Ines had been in this country it was from that room and a Fine a Hospital own House and began system at had told the victims he Only Only two months. Which police referred to As the attendant said her condition was one question that nagged killer s base of operations Good As could be expected. So far however it has produced nothing positive. Laboratory technicians Fin the Hunt for the killer was nationwide. Police chief Joseph Giarrusso of new Orleans of Ger printed the victims As Well Fen the assistance of has d e As other frequent visitors to the apartment because the Slayer Mically eliminating them. Albert s. Daniel executive leans. Wanted Money to go to new or King Daley agree on race truce Delmar water to be shut off monday residents of Delmar estates addition Are Given notice that water service will be temporarily shut off for the purpose of re location of an 8-Inch water main on monday. Announcement of the local water main improvement came yesterday from Ralph Brown Ter Plant superintendent. Completion of the work Brown said should take about hours from . Through 11 . He stated the line must be moved and that water would be shut off while work is in Progress. He added that every Effort will be made to Complete the relocation As quickly As Possi ble so that water service will be restored after a relatively Brief interruption. Street lighting the Anderson municipal Power and Light Utility announced a total of 51 Mercury vapor lights will be installed in the following locations Coventry or. Between ind. 32 and Lindberg rd., along with an area bounded on the North by e. 3rd St., on the South by e. 9th St., on the East by Phil lips dr., and on the West by ind. 109. Lighting locations will be indicated by yellow topped stakes unless existing poles Are to be utilized for the Indiana faces record shortage of teachers Indianapolis Ana is facing the worst shortage girls boys set for 4-h fair programs ready the Pace quickens As youngsters throughout Madison county Are Busy completing 4-h projects or training animals for the annual county Competition. Everything will be in readiness when the Madi son county 4-h fair opens aug. 8 at the 4-h grounds in Alexandria. Thousands of persons Are expected to accept the invitation to View the results of months of preparation by Young people throughout the county of elementary school teachers in j0hn m during the 5-Day event. The Madison county Junior Leader Organiza Tion under the direction of Don Butler Elwood is As sisting in the readying o the Fairgrounds. The group will operate a food Booth during the fair. Other offi cers include b rend a Lynas Elwood vice ores. June Sparks Alex Andria Sec. Joyce Kerk Hoff Frankton treas. County has 54 clubs Madison county s 54 clubs and their leaders include Mon Roe twp., Alexandria boys David crossed spurs horse and Pony de Austin Gib Hoo beats horse and Pony mrs. Dave Cox Fenry Cloverleaf girls mrs. Harold Jack and Jill girls mrs. Jama Etta Kelt girls girls mrs. Jack Van Buren twp. Clubs in clude Summitville homemaking girls mrs. Nancy Fites and Summitville boys Tim Boone twp. Clubs Are As Fol lows history according to William e. Wilson state superintendent of Robert Public instruction. Grade school teachers this fall unless the situation is remedied. Happy helpers mrs. Arsh. Mrs. Bill Peters Elwood boys Bill Peters Green twp. Clubs include schools will have a shortage of Klod Hopper kids boys club Charles Community helpers girls mrs. Doris Cas please turn to pane 2, column 5 Cozloff continues in Indiana today by the associated press Tures dropped As much As 28 Indiana s Welcome break from a prolonged heat wave will continue through saturday but sunday will warm up again. The weather Bureau said Fri Day however that the Outlook degrees. The Mercury plunge from 103 to 57 at Evans vice 98 to 73 at Indianapolis. Northern Indiana which got its break in the weather earlier thursday had highs Friday in fair and pleasant through sunday with highs in the Low to mid 80s. High today mid 80s Low tonight mid 60s High 80 Low 65 Sunrise tomorrow . Sunset today . For the next five Days was for the 70s and Low 80s, with Low Hoosier temperatures averaging humidity. Downstate highs 4 to 6 degrees below the nor ranged to the upper 80s. The Mal Range of c2-85 in Northern saturday Range will be a Little Indiana and 67-90 in the South higher and the Southern two with the passage of a cold thirds of the state probably will front thursday night tempera get some readings in the 90s sunday. There was about a 10 per cent Chance of showers in the South saturday but less than 5 per cent Over the rest of the state. After Indiana s 321st watch for possibly severe weather this year called for four hours thursday night by the weather Bureau Indianapolis and mar Ion county officials met Friday to decide whether to continue sounding air raid sirens for such warnings. They voted to continue the 3 minute blasts which were de scribed As intended to notify residents Only that they should turn on radios or television sets for further information. County auditor lists tax exemptions records of Madison county auditor Joe Cannington reveal a total of exemptions filed for tax purposes during the last filing period. Or. Armington lists the break Down As mortgage exemptions from All sources including persons Over 65 years of military exemptions budget reports of the various county officials had not All been received by the deadline yester Day afternoon and May not be completed before tuesday. Good morning Start the Day with a chuckle Washington a Everett m. Dirksen k-i11., and his statue looked at each other intently in his office their respective youths open. Said Dirksen. The bust said nothing. The occasional was presen tation of a Check rep resenting first prize in a sculpture contest to miss Madeleine dings of Denver Colo. Her entry in the con test was a bust of Dirksen Mouth open and hair tousled. Asked if lie to the open Mouth As if in were talking Dirksen said of no ii would t he natural without Wilson takes Florida Job Jack Wilson head Baeckl Ball coach at Madison Heights High school for the past four years has accepted a coach ing position at Titusville fla., High school. Titusville a school of about in grades 10 through 12, is located in the Cape Kennedy area and competes in class a Competition in Florida s class system. Wilson 29, has signed a one year contract As head basketball and assistant foot Ball coach. He will teach Driver education. A 1958 graduate of Anderson College Wilson first cached at Zephyr Hills fla., for four years before coming to Madi son Heights. The Logan w. Va., native will leave this City aug. 5 for Titusville where the first football practice is scheduled for aug. 16. -------------4.------------ Sheppard trial will be after sept. 6 Dayton. Ohio up or. Sam Sheppard will be tried again for the bludgeon slaying of his first wife sometime after sept. 6, Federal judge Carl Weinman ordered Friday. The Federal District judge who freed Sheppard in 1964 because of the vast publicity surrounding trial 10 years earlier said that in september a decision would be made on when and where the Osteopath would be tried. Robbed of jewelry Indianapolis Solotkin 57, told police two gun men wearing sunglasses entered her apartment in the downtown Continental. H o t e 1 Friday and robbed her of jew Elry Worth about she said it included a ring and a brooch. Jury called in Delph Case sentence boys a Madison county grand jury has been called to hear evidence in another Pendleton reformatory inmate murder. Bayne Burton Public de fender and William Law Ler prosecuting attorney Are expected to begin selection of the panel of twelve tuesday morning. Twenty year old Clyde Delph faces charges of second degree murder and could be sentenced to life in prison if he is convicted. The Indianapolis Man is accused of fatally stabbing fellow inmate Edward Lee Williams 19, with a Home made knife in the institution school building on nov. 23, 1965. Delph claimed he is innocent of the murder during his arraignment on feb. 14. Juvenile court juvenile court judge Nelson Bohannon yesterday sentenced an Anderson youth to be re committed to the Indiana boys school for violation of parole Jand ordered his 16-year-old brother to spend the next three weekends in the Madison county jail. Gary Gore son of or. And mrs. Everett Gore 2607 Fow Ler was placed in the custody of the county sheriff where he is awaiting transportation to the Plainfield institution. Judge Bohannon sentenced Douglas Wayne Gore to the in Diana boys school but suspended the sentence providing the boy spends weekends begin Ning july 22 at 4 . Until sunday july 24 at 6 . And he two weekends following in mail and adheres to the rules set Down by the probation officer. The boy was ordered to get a decent hair Cut before report ing to Bob Simmons juvenile probation officer tuesday morning. The judge warned Lim to study the probation terms and either accept them or just go on to boy s the youth was found to be a juvenile delinquent As a result of driving without a License staying out All night and be ing involved in infractions of the Law. Also receiving a suspended sentence to the Indiana boys school providing he observe strict compliance with terms of probation was Daniel Charles base son of or. And mrs. Wil Liam Case 2406 e. 7th St. Case was found to be a Juve Nile delinquent As a result of stealing cigarettes. Judge Bohannon advised the youth that please turn to Page 2. Column 5 guardsmen assemble near riot area members of the Illinois National guard begin of arrive of Fife armory in Chicago Friday offer being summoned following thurs Day night s noting on the West Side. The guardsmen were called offer two persons were killed in the third night of rioting. Scattered sniping bottle throwing Ond other out bursts continued Early Friday evening. A Wilson makes trip today Chicago action taken As guard moves into area Chicago up or. Martin Luther King and mayor Richard j. Daley reached a Cooling off agreement Friday but a fourth night of racial Vio Lence already had begun and National guardsmen moved into troubled West Side negro neighbourhoods. The civil rights Leader and Daley met for 80 minutes at City Hall on King s demand As negro youths stoned firemen battling two raging fires in the riot zone and police struggled to control a surging crowd of persons. Daley and King Ham mered out a pact cover ing a number of civil rights grievances but the effect of the agreement Maine in doubt As hundreds of National guards scouts learn outdoor skill at the same time Canada a member of the International control commission inc for Viet Nam was reported Friday London up minister Harold Wilson flies to Moscow saturday with a new Viet Nam peace bid but the russians have warned him in Advance that he will draw a Lank. The British Leader wants to enlist russian cooperation in moves to reconvene the Geneva conference which in 1954 settled he Indochina War. Kremlin pronouncements in he past few Days however Lave made it Clear that the soviets Are in no mood to county still leads Indiana in the initiate any peace offensive at his critical stage of the Viet Nam War. The Wilson trip came entirely in his own initiative. The russians did not prompt it and say they see Little Prospect for number of stamp collectors Federal gambling tax Stamps that is. While the Viet Nam War continues. County High on . Gaming stamp lists Indianapolis a Lake initiative of its own in quiet behind the scenes efforts in Hanoi peking and Moscow. These moves known to have men armed with rifles and with bayonets fixed cruised the streets. Police arrested three teen age negro youths for dropping bottles from an overpass onto cars speeding along the Eisen Hower expressway. At least two youths were arrested in Rock throwing incidents at the fires. Firemen finally put out the fires. To be conducting a peace begun earlier this year in Low Evel soundings were said to be continuing through various Chan Nels independently of. Current out at a drug store near the Point where rioting first Jed tuesday night. Police during the month will riot guns rushed to the store stress the Safe swim defense British and other efforts. Unlike Wilson s much publicized Viet Nam peace bid and Indian Premier Indira Gandhi s i latest visit to Moscow. Canada is saying nothing publicly and is persevering in its attempts. Wilson was scheduled to leave London at noon saturday ostensibly to attend the British Industrial exhibition now and surrounded it. Hundreds of swimming instruction and into the riot zone at 6 reduce techniques . Cd. Thousands More family is the theme were held in Reserve cub scout packs during armoires. The guardsmen were August with pack leaders in ordered to fire Back if fired Cou raging cub scouts and their upon. Guard jeeps in men to each up and Down Pulaski Road. They Rode with their fixed bayonets pack meeting will emphasize the Indiana District office of opened in Russia. He is to have wanted skyward. The internal Revenue service announced Friday that sales of the a major policy review with soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin Stamps since the Start of the and possibly with other Krem an East West rapprochement fiscal year july 1 included 2n Lin leaders monday. He will re in the Calumet. The Lake county figure in eluded 85 of the wagering turned Down a Viet Nam peace Edith Schmidt plea and of the initiative from mrs Ghandi Tsiampa Lur i for la Jav 27 Blind devices. To july gambling St Stamps for Coin operated Gam gambling stamp purchases in turn to London tuesday. The russians who have just have made it Clear they have no intention to help Britain reconvene the Geneva Confer Marion ind. A Indiana were up 36 per cent Jence of which they Are the co hearing was set Friday in Grant Over a year ago 643 of the circuit court for july 27 encamp against 522 a year ago russian commentators have mrs. Edith Schmidt s motion to land 358 of the s50 wagering in accused Wilson of dismiss a first degree murder charge against her in the May dismemberment death of her husband Glenn. 30. Mrs. Schmidt s attorneys con ended she could not receive a air trial because of publicity in he Case. Stamps against 214. Besides Lake other counties and Delaware 8. Clark county residents bought 4 and Elkhart residents 3. Only one was re ported sold in populous Allen county. Big sales of the s250 Stamps included St. Joseph county Vigo 42, Madison 35 and Clark 7. Blast kills Serviceman were injured. The spokesman exp Oise device has tentative a been identified As a hand with heavy purchases of the appease his own Stamps include Marion 63, Vigo which wants to 23, Madison 22. St. Joseph 21 Britain from is. Chairmen. Making the peace bid Domestic considerations action altogether. Brockway plans full production for to left Wing dissociate Viet Nam t. A. Al outdoor skills continue to major features of the summer activities of cub scouts boy scouts and explorers with the announcement of August pro Gram themes by Don Tompkins scout commissioner of the Bif Killbuck District boy scouts America. Boy scout troops will follow the theme on in and under with an emphasis on water safety training. A water in of safety show will be the High sir Roubid store Light event for most troops in police reported rioting broke August As boy scouts take part in water contests and water demonstrations. Weekly troop plan of the boy scouts of Ameri 1 Cou raging i families to take part in family camping trips picnics and visits to fairs zoos museums or Industrial plants. The monthly family participation in the con gov. Otto Kerner called out tests and games with the Climax he guard at the request activities to include a Recagni Aley after eight hours of Tion program and a pledge to marauding and Street warfare live up to the outdoor thursday night and Early j this code Calls for americans Friday in which two negroes to be clean in my outdoor were shot and killed seven a linemen were shot and nearly 300 persons arrested. Manners be careful with fire be considerate in the outdoors be to a. Alone Brockway Glass co. Inc., b Friday it expects to return to1 among those arrested were High school age explorers 12 persons who. According their monthly programs police reports were held on a j around vocational social out Harge of conspiracy to commit door personal fitness service reason. Police said an under and citizenship areas. Program please turn to Page 2. Column 7 1 please turn in pane 2, column 7 3 Lions terrorize Pilot of Airliner Brussels up the Trou silence along with the shaken be started when Pilot As mrs. Agatha Wuhrman fell a warm. Wet Gyzen shooed the huge beasts Tongue lick his Boot As he was into crates gently urging go of Milton zoologist armed Only with a ii Raay Cna Tung amino in n i a crowd at Vung Tau. Killing about 350 tons of molten Glass one american Soldier and broke from a Container and so injuring 13 More. men reported Friday. Five president f. B. Hess said South vietnamese soldiers also Clearing operations should said the have the Plant operating at 50 per cent of capacity by aug. L. The company set damage at about on Pussy go on i Wuhrman. 36. Was flying a it ended several hours later twin engine Dart Herald for Zerland Gist armed Only with a Friday chatting amiably with Broomstick and a net. Climbed co Pilot Max Schoenberger aboard Wuhrman s plane and 25. They were about two and a chased out three Lions Miles High Over St. Had escaped from their cages Nicholas Belgium with Clear and terrorized Wuhrman ahead to London. His co Pilot. Police and firemen armed1 saw two Lions i turned around and saw the from the july 5 Accident at a with a n d Heads of two Lions peering minimum of million. Astronauts pass tests Cape Kennedy up the disintegration of Celia astronauts John Young brought a consider waterholes watched in stunned through the curtain Between the cockpit and the fuselage. Wurhman said. A third lion was Licking my Wuhrman grabbed for the r a d i o and Scho Monberger grabbed an axe. Brussels Brussels can i Spect a space Agency spokes Man said. J the tentative forecast for i cum turn o papa 2, column Wichae Collins won brighter picture for the clearance Friday and flight of Young and launch time is for Cloudy skies ordered a go ahead from their Collins a mid afternoon showers and 12-mile monday Blastoff aboard gemini report said. _ per hour winds. Officials said 0 despite a weather threat rom the remnants of tropical storm Celia. Whether or not gemini Mission director these Are acceptable Condi Ham Schneider ordered Lions for launch will be affected by the rain aced Easterly wave left by Celia depends on How far up he Florida Peninsula the launch preparations to proceed the the basis of optimistic reports Given during a final review of Mission plans. Young and Collins underwent a four hour physical Examina shows blast Force this warehouse shows the effect of the series Al blasts which partially destroyed the Hercules powder Plant just West of Carthage to. Town Miles Nway received much broken Glass damage. No one was killed bul about 45 persons injured. A wire photo toward South Florida. I we May not know squally weather would reach if lion by or. D. Owen Coons of t can lines its Westward sweep the space Chase the schedule Calls for a . Not Blastoff of gemini 10 inboard a Titan-2 Booster 101 minutes after an Atlas rocket is launched at . Carrying an Agena target satellite into new arrivals in Anderson and Vicinity born at St. John s Hospital or. And mrs. Billie May 1430 w. 14th St., a boy. Born Al Community la Ospital o or. And mrs. Mclvin Fisher 4210 St. Charles St., a Hoy. Sunday what the silk Atyinn said a space Agency spokes Man. Pack flight medical team orbit. Young and Collins will or. And mrs. Robert Jarrett he said the pair was i Lchase Down the Agena for until excellent spirits. Physically Andi first of two space rendezvous., or. And mrs. Clifford Bales mentally they Arp ready go they re in every the Miami weather bureair27m Fletcher St., a girl. Issued ils final and Misovy on or. And mrs. Phillip cunning re rum co pan 2, column e Ham 2322 Lafayette St., a Hoy

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