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Washington Evening Journal (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Washington, Iowa The pc Shiho ton evening journal o vol. 7_ number id Washington Low a Satur Lay a thing. Lune to. Him a Nee Ute Scranton seeking support flies to Connecticut Schmidhauser greets prospective voter John r. democratic candidate for Congress from the 1st congressional District of Iowa is pictured Greet ing a prospective voter 1972 that is pasty Porter daughter of or. And mrs. Robert Porter of Washington during the Washington 12.lth anniversary Celebration Friday. Journal photo by Dallas Kinney. Hero of Outing trucker brings Aid to friends Norwalk Calif. Up a Van is More or less stubborn. He never gives those words were used Friday to describe a 40-year-old truck Driver who swam. Floated and drifted More than 20 Miles from a crippled fishing boat in the Gulf of California suffer-1 ing the bites of razor toothed a trigger fish Quot and the Burns of a tropical Sun to bring Aid to his stranded shipmates the hero was Henry Janbou Chaute of nearby Buena Park who was on a fishing trip off Tiburon Island in the Gulf when the boat s motor failed. Also aboard were Archie r. King 44, Norwalk Vanbouchaute a next door neighbor. John la. Elkins 28. And Ralph de Phillips also of Buena Park. They had started from Kino Bay near Hermosillo in Sonora state monday and the motor i failed about 3 in the afternoon 1 in a rarely travelled part of the Gulf s Waters. Without food or extra clothing to shield them from the Sun they waited vainly for help until night goes for help then Vanbouchaute a decided somebody had to go and he took off a one of the Crew members King. Said. King relaxing once again in his Home in this los Angeles suburb described the tall wiry Vanbouchaute As a a the horse of the a the took a life jacket with him hut had to discard it because it was making it hard for him to swim a King said. By wednesday he said a we had just about Given up Hope thinking Van never made it. We did no to think i t would be that Long before he would be getting but a mexican coast guard Cutter showed up late wednesday afternoon and the startled crewmen on the verge of exhaustion Learned their shipmate had stayed in the water More than 20 hours until the tide carried him Back to Kino Bay where he was sighted and hauled in by a mexican Fisher Man who also notified naval authorities tells of swim doctors at Hermosillo municipal Hospital who treated Vanbouchaute for dehydration acute exhaustion lacerations and first degree Burns on the head face and arms quoted him As telling the following Story Quot i swam As Long As my strength held out and when i got tired i just let myself float along with tile current. The water fortunately was warm and As i floated i lost All sense of time. I often Felt like just letting myself go to the Bottom and that would end my troubles. A i drank a lot of sea water and vomited several Lunes. A storm with much rain fell during the time i was floating. After it stopped Small fish kept attacking me and i was worried that a shark would be the next to come after band concert sunday afternoon Washington s municipal band will present a concert in Central Park at 3 . Sunday june 14, As one feature of the final Day of Washington s 125th anniversary Celebration. The band under tile direr lion of Dick Ballard will play these selections god bless America Berlin. Queen City March 3oom. Aurora overture. Yoder Oregon Trail March Mesang. A perfect Day trumpet Solo by Ralph Marshall. Strike up the band Gershwin. I victus. March King. Whispering Hope Hawthorne King Cotton March Sousa. Exodus Gold. Great Day Youmans the band played on Ward. In the Good old summertime Arr. Leonard stars and stripes forever. Sousa National Anthem. Schmidhauser in blast at opponent John r Schmidhauser democratic congressional candidate for the first congressional District of Iowa visited Washington Friday morning to View the 125th anniversary Celebration. Schmidhauser in an interview blasted his Republican opponent Fred r Schwengel As the a greatest Vacil Lator in the entire congressional Dele Schmidhauser said a last november Schwengel stated a ibis May be the worst Congress in modern history. Quot and announced his opposition to the congressional pay increase because they had not done enough work to deserve it a two weeks ago at the first Roll Call on the Federal pay raise Schwengel publicly o p posed the pay increase and applauded h. R. Gross leading opponent of the Bill. Now Sud Denly Schwengel Lias switched his Field and voted for the Bill this shifting and sliding is typical of his entire vacillating congressional Schmidhauser went o n. A Schwengel is so completely in tent on confusing the voter that principles and consistency mean nothing to him. The people of Iowa rejected the vacillating standards of governor Erbe in 1962, and they Are fed up with the shifting of the a Zerbe of the congressional delegation of 1964&Quot. Jim Frier attending Extension sessions Jim f Rier. Washington county Extension director left Fri Day morning june 12, to attend Extension regional summer school at it Collins col Orado. He is accompanied by his wife and three children they also plan a week s camping trip to yellow Stone in july and will be Back in Washington county july 13 courses at Colorado Extension t rain my Center Are offered for Extension workers from the Western and Central pails of the United states. Frier will take a course on formulation of agricultural policy and another dealing with Extension communications Dalton a. 11 pm a Penn Sylvania gov. William m Scranton flies to his native Connecticut today to bid for support in his Lith hour drive to snatch the gof presidential nomination from sen Barry Goldwater. The governor was to leave his Home Here at noon it Edt to get by chartered plane to Bradley Field Windsor locks Conn. To was scheduled to address the Connecticut Republican Conven Tion in Hartford at 2 p in Connecticut republicans who Friday night heard an endorse men of Scranton from their keynote speaker Rhode Island gov. John h. Chafee must elect it delegates to next months gof National Comer Hon at san Francisco. Scranton stood a Good Chance of picking up at least 12 delegates with four said to be Goldwater supporters. Connecticut in f a in i i i a r ground for Scranton he a born in Madison attended prep school at Hotchkiss in Lake Ville and was graduated from Yale University and Yale Law school at new Haven begin support search the Connecticut spin cd was Only the beginning of Scranton s name finalists in Beard contest final judging of Brothers of the Brush beards will be held at 8 o clock this evening just prior to the final showing of the historical pageant on the fair grounds. Preliminary judging was held last night at the band stand with these winners full beards a Bob Nard. Don Radda Keith Young. Dale Doggett. Trimmed beards a finest Lampe Bob Clark. Dick Anderson Don Rich. Mustaches sideburns or Goa tee a Jim Batterson Paul Gebhardt Bernard Crock Cal Wolf also named As the Man with the most hair on his face and the least on his head was Bill Daw son in Case of rain tonight the final showing of the pageant will be held monday at 8 30 on the Fairgrounds along with the finals of the Beard judging. Wendel Baker Dies Friday at Keota Keota a Wendel Baker 89, died Friday at 4 30 p in in the Twilight rest Home at Keota. The funeral will be tuesday at 9 30 a in. In St. Mary s a Atli Olic Church at Keota Rosary will be monday at 8 pm in Powell funeral Home at Leola Hunt for support there were reports that he planned to meet with George c. Lodge son of ambassador Henry Cal Lodge at his Home Here Young Lodge Bas been serving As his father s representative in this country shortly after Scranton s announcement of his candidacy in Baltimore Friday Maxwell m Rabb. National chairman of the i Odge for president committee switched his support to the Pennsylvania governor and urged other lax age backers to do the same his announcement was the first solid change in the of presidential picture Rabb made his statement following a dominate conference with former president Dwight la Eisenhower at Gettysburg. The former White House aide denied however that Eisenhower had urged him to make the switch fit also said he had not discussed the move with ambassador in de in South Viet Nara. He estimated that Lodge now 16 delegates pledged to him mostly in new Hampshire and Massachusetts i rider questioning Rabb firmly insisted that Eisenhower a made it very Clear that he Favos of a wide open Eisenhower himself issued a statement which stopped Short of any outright endorsement of Scranton although it said the former president had a Long admired tin governor says move healthy a in my judgment free fair and Active Competition among party ism tonalities is not divisive hut. Is Good for the health and vigor of the party. Eisenhower commented Scranton for president head quarters in Washington mud i at or that j. Richard Jackman chairman of new Hampshire s delegation to the convention had telephoned to express his pleasure at the governors decision to run new Hampshire a 14 Man delegation is pledged to Leige As a result of thi states primary but Jackman reportedly said the delegates would meet sunday to consider officially an a1 tentative to Lodge on Hie Sec end Baliti but the problem facing Scranton supporters was to make sure there is a second ballot a i nit of press International tabulation of Delegate strength showed that Goldwater had at least 553 pledged first ballot votes with 655 needed for nomination the Arizona senator was certain to pick up More Over the weekend. Scranton had 97, Lodge 43, new York gov. Nelson a Rockefeller 121 and former vice president Richard m Nix on to. With 163 scattered among other candidates Ami 1h9 uncommitted Bible school pupils to present program at Prairie Flower t ii e demonstration program of the Prairie Flower Baptist daily v a at k n Bible school w ill be held sunday at 7 30 i it in the Young of topic will present tile program of scripture re citations and songs. There were 132 enrolled in the Bible school with a top attendance of 114 students rho children gave about $75 to missionary and mrs. Ron Genci Mer missionaries from s o u t ii Africa sunday school w ill be held at to a in. Sunday at Prairie Flower and worship at la a m. F of subject for the Sermon is a a remembrance and the choir will sing a room for Jesus the midweek service will be held wednesday. Rev. And mrs Charlet Hawk ins will be Ltd vacation and attending the National Fellowship of the general association of regular Baptist churches at Winona Lake in it i. Than it two weeks style show held in Central Park highlight of anniversary Belles Day during Washington a anniversary Celebration on Friday was a St vie show of air thetic women menus and children s clothing some of w hich Fiat d As far Back As 125 years the style show took place on the band stand in Cen trial Park which had been temporarily converted into a Mamma s ice Ream parlor a mrs Fred Anderson and mrs Merritt Canady arranged this phase of the anniversary pro Gram nearly 50 persons mod eled wedding dresses men n suits and other old fashion of styles the style show was i narrated by mrs Lames bit my mrs. Oriel to Fisher wrote the script the style show created much interest and was viewed by a Large crowd on an Ideal sum Mer afternoon. Local group attends youth conference eight High school youth of the Christian Church will attend a week Long youth conference with some do other youth from the Southeast part of the state at it pleasant june of to 20 those attending Are Jean been Blossom Robert c Heaney \1 urn Dunbar. Larry Green Retta Green Meredith Smith a is is Dimer and John Vav i d Mer Hie pastor of the Christian it lurch the Rev car i y i e Smith will be director tor the conference which meets a a the Iowa Wesleyan a in pus pie in the face Harold Jarus i hair Man of the Washington a Brothers of the Brush finally got his due Reward at the last session of the a Abr others Kangaroo court at the band Shell in Central Park Friday evening the Rev. J. E. Grubb was called before the court by Jarvis Aud accused of a a us Mem that s Good ing on sunday a. He was sentenced to be hit in the face by a chocolate Cream pie for his a Virid Esdrelon a. Wayne Marston was designated to carry out the punishment As Jarvis Beld father Grubb in position Marston let Fly with the pie father Grubb ducked and the missile found its Mark full in the face Jarvis takes a Bath of Jarvis it was then decided by fellow a Brothers that Harold was certainly not a very presentable representative of the a Brothers of the Brush and they proceeded to Wash Bim off in the horse tank a Justice has been served. Journal photo by Dallas Turnev i Jar. A Quot -. A spi a isl i Quot wow Quot what a hat Robin Beeghly of Brighton if pictured wearing a hat of pheasant Feather in the anniversary Belles style show at the baud Shell Friday. The hat was donated by mrs. Robert hide of Des Moines and belonged to Ber Mother a a journal photo by Dallas Kinney. Mrs. Kos Severts. Reconnaissance resume flights Over red Laos Lent Ian la i pop the i rated states a resumed it Aerial reconnaissance rights Over communist held territory in Laos a i s embassy spokesman announced today the spokesman Quot Aid the flights Over red Patchet la it strongholds were started again Friday he Aid future opera Umal phases of such Missi is to keep an Eye on communist training session for welfare workers eighteen county welfare workers from 12 Iowa counties including mrs. Sharon Lee Ford of Washington will report to the state department of social welfare offices in Des Moines on june to for a Throe a Day training session under the direction of Gerald d. Evan it chief of the Bureau it staff development during the next seven i months six More one Day train my sessions will be held throughout the state. Activities would not be made Public. The spokesman also denied communist charges that i a. Planes Hart strafed the Patchet lao Headquarters at Khang k a on the Plaine Des j Arr is. \ peking Rad it broadcast had alleged that an official of the communist chinese a economic and cultural Mission Quot was killed and five other persons were injured thursday when \ Merie an made planes bombed and strafed Khang Khay. The peking broadcast tried to leave were flown by americans a statement previously denied by the i tilted states. Weather by United press International Iowa partly Cloudy through sunday with scattered showers or thunderstorms. Showers Over most of state saturday and in the East and Central portions sunday. Lows saturday night 50s extreme Northwest to 60s Southeast to

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