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Anderson Herald (Newspaper) - June 16, 1974, Anderson, Indiana Fact Fez Anderson sunday Herald convention opens monday for the 68th year Anderson will be the scene of inc in Lern Lional convention of the Church of god. Being held All next week with not Only key leaders of the Church on the program but scores of others from throughout the Anderson area. The 85lh annual conclave will be keynote tuesday at 9 . By or. T. Franklin Miller president of Warner press inc., with 18 other mass meetings following through sunday june23. Hundreds of convention participants already Are in the City and the Eastside Camp City for those Choos ing to use Mobile Homes and Telage for living facilities will swell to capacity Over the weekend. Anderson College commencement on monday night actually opens convention programming. The College founded in 1917 by the Church of god will Confer 261 de Grees with . Senator afar 0. Hatfield. Ore., As speaker. A special aspect of convention week in addition to Over 300 seminars workshops institutes conferences and other training sessions will involve much of the. Church s special music Talent. For a year program mers have been designing mass meetings choosing Wor ship leaders and music directors and naming musical soloists and ensembles to be heard daily in three Warner auditorium programs. Calling on musicians who Are prominent in Many parts of the country the music committee has named from Anderson organists Ruth Kilmer Elesteen Mcdonald Sandy Baker Shirley Coo Lidge and Joe c o s t o n. Among pianists will be an Derson ians Beverly Brown and Louetta Beard. Rev. P. Roger Brewer Trotwood. Ohio has announced music directors for the mass meetings to include from Anderson or. Of Dale Bengtson. Phil fair and or. Paul l. Hart others throughout the week will include Thomas a. Miller. Wichita. Kans. Formerly of Anderson mrs. Addie Wyall Chicago James h. Dodson Iii Indi Anapolis Jim s. Moore de land. Fla. William c. Bellah v san Diego Calif also. Ernest h. Gross or Lando. Fla. Edward f. Bow Man Sturgis Mich. Ronald e. Patty san Diego Calif. Eldridge Meadows. Lake Wales Fla. Paul a Yerden. Phoenix ariz., formerly of Anderson William a. Arthur. . Beer Drivers end strike fort Wayne teamsters Union member sat the falstaff brewery Here ended their two Day strike saturday. The brewery and soft drink workers ratified a new agreement calling for wage hikes of 95 cents an hour spread Over two years. The Union also won increased health and welfare benefits and improved pension and vacation plans. Also Charles w. Wood Newton Falls Ohio formerly of Anderson Cleo my Ricks Akron Ohio John l. Al Bright Indianapolis and David m. Dougherty. Port land Ore. Worship leaders will include or. Paul a. Tanner executive director of the Church s fund raising division of world service Here and or. Nellie Snowden executive Secretary treasurer of the National woman s missionary society also head quartered in Anderson. Others presiding at1 mass meetings will be Darrell Bovine Mishawaka Cecil w. Baldwin. Washington. Iii. Leonard w. Snyder Hamil ton. Ohio Morris e. Drig Gers. St. Petersburg Fla. Waller r. Gatton Findlay. Ohio. Also or. Lillie s. Me Pulcheon. Newton Falls Ohio Gorden Powell but Ler a. Robert 0, Dulin. Jr., Detroit Mich. Charles f. Wilson Tulare Calif., formerly of Anderson Donald c. Ritchey. Findlay. Ohio. Also. Or. J. Ller Schel Cau Dill. Middle own Ohio or. Herschell d. Rice. Pomona. Carl e. Flewellen Evanston 111. Darold h. Jones. San Diego Calif. John Stanley. Ellicott City my. And Joseph w. Blair Denver Colo. Hearing Aid services hearing of style Ond per inv of hewing intr unit. It fair of do Tuor my supplies. A of reyome service of la u some Loco tort had to h it my int tent a 131 a taunt or emergency dial 911 t furniture bargains our main attraction Hewitt s furniture warehouse 1520 Meridian ump Phlaf prag Muccy pm Ortr tatar. Birthright Indiana offers Aid counselling and a Host of options to any woman who Falls. Ull Conict 317hs7-Oow if no answer Coll m free 1-wo-mm067 facing a second death non leaded Gas leaded gasoline or Misla Beling a leaded Grade As being non leaded. Ten thousand dollars a Day is what it will Cost the owner who is unwilling or unable to provide non leaded Gas. The number of stations that will be affected by the earlier deadline is somewhat unclear. Garrett. Who is assistant manager of the National gasoline corp. Of Anderson says two Hundred thousand Gallons is a lot of he said Only one of the 0 stations he serves will have to add non leaded Gas this year. The other nine stations have a year to go. Likewise Sprague. Owner of the Sprague Oil co. Told the Herald three of his nine stations will be making the Early changeover to non leaded Gas. But Richard Wershay. Project manager for a mechanical contracting company from Northbrook. 111., gives a different impression. Has been working since May 3. Supervising the changeover operation at stations in Michigan and Indiana. He was in Anderson this week to assist Wilh the con version at the Penney s Gas station in Mounds mall. Heck stations in fort Wayne sell 200.000 Gallons a he said they figure on 4.000 a and a highly placed representative of. State Oil merchants who asked not to be identified told the Herald thai almost All except the mom and pop stations will be in any Case those stations that do have to make the change by the beginning of july will have a difficult decision to make. Pol ice blotter by . Hawks Herald Polke reporter ack liquor Stork 1703 Meridian si., reported an armed Rob Bery to the Anderson police department at about . A Black Man entered the store according to police and deman ded Money from an employee there. He filled a paper bag with Bills and look a Cash Box then ordered the employee. James l. Jones. 2915 Pill St. 78 years of age. To the Back room. Once in the Back room the Man demanded Jones Billfold and. Upon receiving it. Hit him in the face Jones was knocked unconscious and did not see which was the Man went. Upon reviving Jones called police. He was taken to St. John s Hospital where he was treated for injuries to his Mouth and ankle. The robber left on foot. Police have no suspects at this Lime. The amount of Cash taken has not been determined by authorities. A bicyclist was injured in a hit and run Accident in the 1100 Block of to. Mth. A car fitting the description of will cases was stopped by Edgewood police shortly after the Accident. The car was de scribed As a 1972 or 1s73 Pontiac Wilh Indiana License plates i53b3055p. The Accident occurred at about 11 . Saturday. No other information was available at press Lime. Two persons were arrested on preliminary charges of second the installation of a third pump system degree burglary after they were apprehended by police inside however will Cost something in the area Gwinn . Of to per setup. A station re sonic guard called the Anderson police department at . To report someone inside the store at 505 Madison. According to sol. Lester Helton police found Wendell Eugene Cox 23. And Danny Fisher. 18. Both of 3203 a Hamilton place who were allegedly walking around collecting various drugs and other items to be removed from thes lore. Both were arrested at the scene. Cox was also a recharged with Auto banditry. Both Are being held in Madison county jail. A local Man was arrested on warrants from Madison county circuit court on three counts of committing a felony while armed two counts of robbery and one count of Bank robbery. Fred Newman or 1808 Arrow ave. 32 is being held in Madi son county jail under approximately Bond. The charges Stem from armed robberies at Ron s tavern. 2424 Arrow ave. On october 8. 1972. At sport s bar. 1923 eighth St., on March 18, 1973. And at Lanco credit Union. 2115 w. 25lh St. On March 30 1973. Either they will have to add a completely new pump and tank system at considerable expense or just drop Premium and put non leaded Gas in its place. Although cars requiring Premium have not been manufactured since 72 and the demand for it is gradually going Down Sta Tion owners Are still reluctant to leave old customers out in the cold. Quiring several pumps could run up a Bill of Sprague said. Converting a Premium pump to non leaded is considerably cheaper but still not a simple task. The old tank has to be stripped Down to less than one half Inch of Premium. Wer Shay said. This must be witnessed. Then 4.000 Gallons of Gas Are dumped into the tank to rinse it out. An additional 125 to 130 Gallons Are used to flush out the piping. Wershay told the Herald he and fellow workers had been working 12 to 16 Days for the last weeks and had put in 60 hours at the Penney s station making the change Over. In addition1, there is a shortage of pumps nozzles and tanks. The Epa has taken that into consideration and is allow ing an Extension to sept. 1. For stations Mak ing a Good Faith attempt to comply with regulations. Still the change is inevitable and people in the Industry Are near the boiling Point. As Jim Garrett. Who has 10 stations to con Vert in the next year puts it How would you like to spend for swingers set record continued for Flat Hige of son and Greg had gotten into a fight and Den Nis had been watching too much television. Dennis landed a Kung fun kick and broke Greg s Collar but the two friends got their differences straightened out and planned their venture fora world championship. If they break this record the next two Guys that try it will have to break one of their Collar Bones laughed Tim Chappell. Who was one of the Early morning watchers. Or. Smith kept apologizing for the condition of inc garage hut the Only thing noticeable was the rhythmic sound an Greg continued to swing As the clock ticked away. The time was approaching 3 . As the reporters left to take a Short break. At . Two Herald reporters found Dennis Smith swing ing away. The garage door was wide open and Dennis friends were busily mopping the floor sweeping Hes Hagrup general tidying up. We plan loss reprise mrs. said Tim Chappell As he ran a Rake through the shag. Greg s big brother. Jim Ellis who was finishing his mopping up operation said he thought perhaps they d Tetter leave the garage door up so the floor would dry More quickly. An eight track tape was playing. One reporter asked Dennis if the music helped to keep him awake. It does t phase he said. Then after any person seeing a Black 1362 Chevy 11 with an Indiana License plate 48g 2639 is asked to report the criminal investigation division of the Anderson police department immediately. The vehicle stolen from the parking lot at the Triangle restaurant and tap room. 2129 Ohio ave. At around 1 . Satur Day. Madison county police officers investigated a one car Accident on Madison Avenue. 3.000 feel North of 900 a at . Friday. According to a witness a car driven by Bobby 1. Derstler. 37. It. 4. Alexandria was headed South on Madison Avenue re. When the car went off the Road and nil a Iree and a porch. Mrs. Derstler was apparently attempting to pass the truck ahead of her in which the witness was Riding realized she could not make it around and taking a of Coke he challenged the returned to her own Lane Only to see the truck slow Down causing Herald s police reporter to a game of chess. And the swinging went on. About mrs. Smith came into . "1 baked a cake this afternoon and it was gone in ten she laughed but i Ere s Chili i f you d 1 Ike about that Lime one of Dennis two younger Brothers who did l want to miss the final hours of the Challenge asked his Mother. How about pancakes for of we could get Mcdonald s to Cater quipped the Petite mrs. Smith. In discussing the entire affair. Mrs. Smith said she had done an unbelievable amount of cooking since tuesday. And you might know the dishwasher broke she added. When this is Over we plan to gel a lot of mrs. Smith explained. We might set a record on the two chess games Over Herald re porters decided to get some sleep and Check Hack about noon but Dennis who seemingly is on. Her to leave the Road to avoid collision. The car then apparently went out of control. The porch owned by Ivan Moorman re. 4. Alexandria sustained damage while mrs. Deroller s 1966 Pontiac was called a total loss by investigating officers. Mrs. Derstler is in Community Hospital in fair condition Wilh lacerations to inc left knee abrasions to the right knee and right Elbow and swelling Lotic forehead and right . A car motorcycle Accident was reported to the Anderson police Pearl Mcnol morning. Marcia s. Spradlin. 31.1819 Isabel or. Was on Whetstone Road and stopped at the intersection with main Street. She told police she did not see the northbound motorcycle driven by Micheal mar Vel. 31. Daleville. And pulled into his path. Marvel treated and released from St. John s Hospital for a broken ankle. His 1972 Honda 450 incurred s250 damage. Mrs. Spradlin s audio Rucci Evod unknown damage to the underside where the motorcycle Slid. New scouting chief in Sakima District Sakima District of inc boy scouts of America serving Madison county and Middle town has a new scout executive John c. Mccolley. Who has assumed his position after having served similarly or Montgomery county with Headquarters at Crawfordsville. Scouting leaders said he is successor to Robert inca Leigh. Who moved recently to Iowa to join the professional staff of the Winnebago Council headquartered at Waterloo. Mccolley spent two years As District executive in Crawfordsville served by the Crossroads of America Council of which Anderson also is a part. Born in Indianapolis Mccolley began his professional scouting career there As an associate District executive. He was graduated from Iti Omas Carr Howe High school and won the Bachelor of arts degree from Indiana University in history and economics. As a scout in Indianapolis he attained the highest rank of Kagle. s leadership Here will be to scores of cub packs. Scout troops and explorer posts involving hundreds of youths 11 through 21 years of age. Married to the former Karen Ann Gold he has two sons John Charles and an Drew Scott. The family is Active in the presbyterian Church. A North Anderson free methodist Church Indiana i North june . J we a t sell cams wheel whips Lautas crutches of teak Thiis to spill Beds trusses by Jofs nose bib men i Wohha Eiraj Riero fitters wheel ck1ir Skitt j sues hoi bit pharmacies Public notice Stock liquid Sale b q buys out All the remaining inventory of noon to nine appliances noon to nine has closed i s doors and t s h has purchased Oli he remaining Stock we will Liquida e seve o thousand Worth of Ria Whirlpool and Litton merchandise 01 savings to you. A1 merchandise is new most in Cartons some one Only. All be fully warranted by the manufacturer and t h 3 to 8 2431 Broadway Whirlpool nearly 700 air conditioners Over 2 dozen freezers Whirlpool never again portable to s color to s portables consoles Toble models stereos radios modular stereos hurry first come first served Litton microwave ovens Whirlpool washers dryers dishwashers trash mashers electric stoves this Sale Only monday thru saturday. 3 to 8 . 2431 Broadway-642-0929 business As usual at 1531 Meridian and 2503 Nickel service sales where service flirt x Madison county s Only Whirlpool and Ria dealer with their own pats and service department

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