Anderson Herald, January 3, 1962

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January 03, 1962

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Anderson Herald (Newspaper) - January 3, 1962, Anderson, Indiana THE ANDERSON HERALD* I ft VOL. 94, NO. 170 ft ANDERSON, INDIANA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 3, 1962 PRICE IO C'NTS KENNEDY, MILITARY LEADERS (HART ARMY REORGANIZING Anderson Sectional To Wigwam! SMILES AFTER SENTENCING — Mildred Paperman, unites cs she leaves the courtroom at Boston Tuesday after Federal Judge George C. Sweeny sentenced her to 30 days in jail for smuggling letters to millionaire Bernard Goldfine in the Danbury, Conn., Federal Correctional Institution. Miss Paperman and Goldfine, whom she served as secretary for many years, admitted last Dec. 4, on illegal exchonge of letters while Goldfine was serving a year's sentence for income fox evasion. (AP Wirephoto) Snow Storms Lash Lakes Areas 11 County Teams In Local Field Here Feb. 21-24 After a lapse <»f three years, Anderson gets its sectional hitfh school basketball tournament back Feb. 21, 22 and 24, 1962. according to an announcement of sectional, regional, semi-state and state finals centers yesterday by the Indiana High School Athletic Association in Indianapolis. Madison County’s eleven high school teams, which played at Madison Heights gym the last three years after this city’s oh! “Wigwam" burned in November, 1958, will compose the field this spring. The teams will include Anderson’s host Indians, Madison Heights Ti the Florida and threatened a wide- Providence. R I., and new Bed- »,iA„:ii* Sunshine — «—    -*-----—- kIev,llc* Rape Charge Filed Against Anderson Man rates, Pendleton Irish, Markle- By I nilled Press International ,n Maryland's southern and east- Ville Arabians, Lapel Bulldogs, Snow storms lashed sections of shore counties. The seaboard Elwood Panthers, Frankton Great Lakes states    Tuesday >to™ ‘,ushed «•    ,"» ,lh«    n°r'h'    Ka*le», Alexandria Tiger., Sum- .    ,    .    *a»    •    east, dumping a    four-inch    snow-    mitville Goblins, Highland and itdeswiped the north Allan fa|j on the eastern tip of Long Highlanders and Anderson St . ethfirire nf r tno seaboard.    Island    and    seven-inch    blankets    on    Maiy’s (lads.    4    > A stinging cold wave sent tour- Nantucket Island and Cape Cod, Presence of talented teams been filed in Madison isis streaming northward ou* of Massachusetts.    from Alexandria, defending sec- Cireult f’ourt against Dale ttonal champion, Elwood, Mar-! .    kleville, Pendleton, Anderson    Lowell    Haynes,    .>08    W. fls?    ^(>L!hUr    ‘m.'?en    and Frankton coupled with the    22nd    St.,    for    an    alleged    at- Discussions Will Be Joined Today Cy Staff Chiefs PALM KEACH, Flu. (UPI)—President Kennedy met with top I .S. military leaders Tuesday to chart organization changes for the Army. Prior to the meeting with his advisers the Chief Executive was briefed on late secret dispatches con* cerning American-Soviet diplomatic talk- that got underway on Tuesday in Moscow. “| The President met with Warm Trend To Extend Over State has ford, Mas- TRAIN CARS PILE UP — Trainmen and a deputy sheriff look over the wreckage after IO cars of a 103-car Pennsylvania Rail<oad train left the track at Fountain City. No injuries were reported in the derailment which occured n ne miles north of Richmond. From left are Gene Vetter, Ossian, brakeman; Wayne County Deputy Sheriff H. D. McCann and A. A. Getting, Fort Wayne, engineer. (AP Wirephoto)    __________ Threatens Franchise Loss southwest part Robert F. Wagner Tuesday warned jammed .subways The 1962 tourney was adjusted of the city. The affidavit Clty 4 two ^ar8est hu* ^c‘3 luesday to get to work. Road Head Quits Three Hurt In Accidents yesterday. lazed streets for accident-, before spread freeze-up in the State Tuesday night    )f snow.    A two -    inch    snowfall    presence of other    contenders    be- Michigan was belted by up    to    covered    most of    the    rest    of    speak*    of    a    thrilling    sectional    tack    on    a woman who re- NEW YORK (UPP — Mayor sorted to car six inches of snow that slowed    southern    New England.    meet.    sides in    th traffic to a crawl and made thousands of workers late tor work ^ ^ winter for Nantucket and to include the after tae New Years Holiday,    stitch    have been so Up to aeven inches of snow fed free 0f that a New Year’s jolf tournament wa> played on I Olin V ixOflfl    Th* mercury plummeted to 18 VV/UMIJ I WUU    })elsJ(r at    Massena    NY.    and    14 below at Watertown, N Y. It was I above at Albany, N.Y., 5 above at Columbus. Ohio, and 8 above „    '    ...    .    -at Buffalo. N.Y.    An    Anderson    woman    suffered    in her home on Madison County was without a Highway Department superintend in ,,n j,our    when her car was involved in a-bed when    wwc.    ...    ,, dent yesterday with the sud< en Deep New Year's Day snows, collision with another auto at the house sometime around midnight. " resignation of Lee    whith piled up to ll inches deep    intersection of Central Ave. and She sakfhe choked her and forced Unless quick agreement is Bu^es and subways opened bv vef Anniu;rsarv» punning of the the northern secti wood, who has held the post tor,jn Virginia and 8 inches in west-: loth St.    her to submit to his advances, reached, Wagner said, the city the City Transit Authority and All-American Soap Box Derby {Fie last night, the pav. two years since    Demo-ern >jorth Carolina, closed scores    injured was Violet    C. Pickett,    In her statement to police    she    "would start shopping around ‘o-    five private bus lines—which car-    biggest ever, the Chevrolet’ Mo    ♦ erat- gained control of tile    Board    of Dixie schools on 'he first lay    40. 0f 310 Milton Ave.    'Hid ‘ha* she first recognized    the    morrow” for new bus companies    ry about 7 million riders daily—    tor pjvis m announced today a    Nation^    Fire    DSOtnS of Commissioners.    after the Christmas-New Year hoi-    The other car was    driven by    man's voice, then later saw    his    to take over the franchises.    put on extra schedules to take up    <300 th S. Savings Bond will be Myerly submitted his resigna- -days.    Charles T. McGuinne,s>, 43, Ches- *JUV    Wagner    explained a* a news the overload.    awarded    to each local race Win ton, effective immediately tarty Schools remained closed in IO terflteld, who was charged with Police, however, are still at- conference that the franchise - ‘‘Unless you cease and aer. j Vice President Lyndon K, Johnson. Defense Secretary Robert S. McNamara and two other key aides. Dis* cussions "tarted about •> p.m. EST and the conferees then had dinner at Kennedy’s borrowed sea side villa. The White House later in* flounced that President Kennedy would visit Mexico sometime th.4 year at the invitation of Mexican President Lopez Mateos. •No exact date for the trip wan announced, but it likely will take expected :>!ace before summer. J -bn- hi arrived from Texas Tuesday afternoon for a two day aeries f matings on defense mat* and rural roads, left ors. McNamara came in front Washington with the other two of* I . nils. Deputy Defense Secretary Roswell L. Gilpatric, and Kenne* iiv - spec ii milit iry adviser, Gen. Partly dottily to mostly sunny and warmer with the high temperatures in the high 30s was the Indiana weather forecast for today. The warming trend to melt away the remainder of hazardous snow and ice from city siree over from early stages of the warmup which .started yesterday Freezing drizzle and light snow or taxi pools, 1 Year’s Day, did not indicate what. and long walks action the union'might take. touched off a rash of minor traf-j Maxwell D, Taylor. The strike also reached into fie accidents in Central and North- Wednesday, the Joint Chiefs of use of new gym-    ...    ,    p    .    might lose their franchises if Traffic was heavier than usual1 suburban Westchester County, em Indiana yesterday.    Staff    are    scheduled    to    arrive here ‘ ‘ JW    J    rose(*utor thev fail to settle a strike which -some subways ran nine minut •s where some 200,000 dai.y users of vi. ., ^hide- crashes were ' v a:r from Washington to join ai iMea** Turn to 1*43. coUmm i Melvin K. I homburg.    forced a million and a half com-    late—taut clear weather and an the Westchester Street Transp >r- t ‘\    ,    discn-    ions    on    how the military Haynes a father of    four, oper- muters to    find alternate Irons-    hour delay in opening school das- ‘ation Company had    to find alter- nuemorus m ’ s. a    '    /    ; b alget will be presented to < on* ates a bicycle shop    and is an potation.    aes kept serious snarls from de- nate means of trave employe of a local factory.    Although major congestion did vetoing. He was apprehended last^month ro» develop during the first full- No negotiations were scheduled '    travel day since the 2,500 buses    between the Transport Workers stopped running, Wagner said he    I n ion (TWC) and the Fifth .    wanted an agreement between    Avenue toad* and Subsidiary Sttr- was raPe(’    the Transport Workers Union and    face Transit, however, and TWU Watertown got 3 inches of snow chc5t injuries yesterday    evening She tow police that    she wa, in    £“ c“p^n1SHf£ 3 man 6nt6ipci tno »•    lj buses and trams.    ..............    ....    ...         ....    ....      4.    .    _.    .. go the trip. The weather was sun* ion a preliminary charge of rape I but was released Dec. 26, on $1,000 bond. The woman said Bond For Derby Winner tress and other ‘‘general strategy" matters for 19®!. The entire troop is expected Jo leave Police blamed a number of no'rn i No prediction was    made    of    hew    Beach Wednesday after meeting 'long the warming    trend    would    at the President’s house, or pos-i* la-t Ult most areas will welcome at>oard his White House yacht, the relief, compared to sub zero Honey Fez. temperatures recorded during the Kennedy had planned an early 'past week.    afternoon cruise aboard the Honey DETROIT —In pursuance of More freezing rain and    ugh?    p,{z Tuesday but decided to fore- ambitious plans to make the ‘‘Si!- snow was predicted for all but is oi the state yat yesterday morning to Commission North Carolina counties, 4 Mary- disregarding a stop sign'after he tempting solve another rape held by the companies had lapsed from these strike breaking activi- The move is ers Harold Foust and Ralph Mc- ]and counties and 3 counties .n -(>jd police mat his foot shipped off and an attempted rape which oc- and could be assigned to other tie-.’* Quill said, ‘‘we will take closed by K E. Cord. Commissioner Jesse Biddle South Carolina.    ih«    hr»k.*    1    curred    in    the    same    recti    tm    of    the    bus    firms.    such    action    as    necessary    to    bring    sales    manager    of Reach 7-Year High ny but quite windy and cool Johnson, arriving from Texas af ion rd an eight - passenger Air Force jet, said he and the Prep* lent would ‘‘review the military j budget” with the other callers. F or i their arrival, Kennedy .    .    the brake ;>edaL was not present.    Sunny weather tfas melting the Tot ,i damage was estimated at The boat’d said Myerly gave no deep snows in the Southland and e-tn accordin'* to investigating reason far his resignation oth« relatively mild temperatures re- ..ffiir IXn than that he had a couple of job ducsd part of the blanket left by rwvn nr in 34 (‘hesq-rfield >uf-offers.”    the pre-Otristmas snow storms in f,rt.d Lfationl of the''forehead one commissioner said he would|the Middle "est.    when the ear in which he was assume that George Cummins. A freezing drizzle and Ugh1.Lying struck another at the in-who is assistant superintendent, snow swept Indiana and author:-    nf    fn,i    iou    ana *>-th gt would act as superintendent until ties warned that highways wet* ^Vrli tv    '    ‘ ' a replacement was appointed for rtippery and hazardous. Meltin ~ Myerly. The board said the resign was such a “surprise” that appointment of a replacement not discussed yesterday.    _|driv(B by „ale Uel,CWi aUo city tik* second di>- BOSTON UPI)—Fire deaths in dad an intelligence briefing from Staley, general    the United States during 1961 to- dis military aide, Maj. Gen. Chcs- the company    talc! 11,700—4^1 high' -’ in seven -t.r y ( fti»n This occurred New Yorkers    who usually ride    this nonsense    to    an abrupt    halt.”    to boost incentives for youngsters    years, it was reported Tuesday, shortly after US Ambassador In both    cases,    the    victims    gave    the two lines—which    operate in    But Quill, who    led the 7.000 bus    to compete in the annual coasting    ' The National Fire Protection |jh-n*E Thompson in Mos* Plea*#*    Turn    to    Page    2,    Column    7    Manhattan and    the    Bronx—re-    workers out    at    midnight    New    classic scheduled this year at Ak-    Association, a non-profit fire ow Vmipleted his first expiora- run on August lo.    safety organization, said property tory conference at the Russian The overall prize list of college    ^ from fjre hit a record high of foreign office. The purpose of the scholarships for the American S1 61 billion.    I talks is to determine whether S'    *mrva-    uoni    Of the tot a1 dead, 6,100 includ- fruitful negotiation of Berlin and ‘"The 'added financial support    'if" EastWeSt problems * P088^ BOUTS BEND, Ind. (UPI) - ment was near on shift premium (gained full force when 6,500 wor- we are giving the Derby is some- ^ ^ ^ -n ^    ^    1    Arriving    at    the    Palm    Beach    In* ‘“'1    a    The two largest fatal building ternational Airport. Johnson was Strike Deadlock Develops tile cost of substantial- some 6,500 workers at Holland Offer Made To Discuss Dispute of Chesterfield.    ^    night Monday. Total damage was estimated at gta|e an(j federal mediators had their competitors allow. _    met with both sides    Sunday and    All employes covered by the David hountz^    17, son    of Mr.    Monday in hopes of    averting the    rontract walked-out for the first and Mrs. H. K    Vountz,    Rt. 3,    sfrjke Indiana State    Labor Com-    time, including guards and main fires were the San Francisco hotel asked about the legislative outlook also rep e- ^re dan- 6 v^4iich took 20 lives, and the President's 1962 program. of our faith and the ^ar^,rd- Koan., hospital “I think he’ll be very successful mid-effect to 25 minutes which they Company officials said the pick-tn the Derby as a w-eapon against : reJ?L*)ec‘-JLm ~"‘mn    <{,ed    Turn    to    Pag*    2.    column say is still a minute more than et mg was "very orderly,” a1- juvenile delinquency. Pl#*ase Turn to Page 2, Column 7 ! Reserve Plates In FF Series THE HAGI E (IF I)    I remiet    mens in* .uding President Suknr-    sickened Engle    Rd. and crashed Jan. E. De Quay said    Tuesday    no s speech of Dec. 19 threatening    jnl0 a tret, Holland is prepared to    open ne-    a war of “liberation" Pendleton, sustained a    possible    missioner Hobart Butler said that    tenance workers, and only some broken collar bone last    evening    neither side retreated from its    800 salaried clerical and office when his car skidded    on ice*    proposals for settling the disputed    workers remained on the job. Su    r _    ^ "TA issues.    pervisory personnel were manning iGG UUG I OuQV License Branch Lethal Factors Push Auto Deaths To 341 "The richer prize list will stimulate tile interest of more boys in the event. This in turn will encourage the participation of more adults in planning and sponsoring local races. As the Derby has proved time and time again, once a partnership hn^ it e e n estab rv United Press International West and Northeast Tuesday and .....„    The    walkout, described as the the plant where all production has . .    „    '    Fished between adults and boys \ lethal New Year’s combina slowed uncounted thousands of «    ♦    - .nth mmr riin ir    v    r    «!1    a^ams^    The    Sheriffs LK'pttment said most widespread in the history of completely halted.    -we se lanch officials urged in constructive juvenile activity tlon ot high speed, snowy high-motorists homeward    bound after gotlations with Ind» nesta er (\ tst    New    Guinea    and    a speech Yountz was treated at St. John's the auto manufacturing firm, was About 150 workers    actually yesterday that persons who have a community is well on its way wavs md drinking drivers boost- the holidays. Sine WI the* nrvl'iniinarv con- “ to^i^ut^force whh Hospital; Danl?ge 10 the car was "'e' uni,m c?ntract de"«n<is- A walked off the job at tho rnidmjtht a-ked that license plates in tho    aW    od tho holiday traffic death ' The .National Safety Council ut- diSof selfdeterminTtion by Ute force to .Vw Guinea.    *"h    al    -......_    ^esman    sald aRm‘    but lha «*? ™ •*** •* reserved, must re- T ['n ^ vcor.zes for Wa,    •»'    fhrvmas    ■    New    od    that    the    maJontj    of CLOUDY Papuan natives there.    7he Indonesian foreign office in But. he told parliament tho ja|tar{a had no immediate com-"basis of our policy had been nient on De Quay’s speech. It and would continue to be the rec- r(qerred questioners to Sukarno’s ognition of the Papuans right to statement that any negotiations self-determination. Observers said mu<;( gjve a **fruitful solution on his speech meant Dutch polity #he basis of the transfer of had not essentially changed al- authority in West Irian to Indo-though it could ease the stait of nesia.” Sukarno also promised to negotiations.    ,    , guarantee full autonomy for the De Quay spoke against a back- area “within the framework of ground of fiery Indonesian state- jndonesia sovereignty.” . De Quay spoke at the start of a two-day debate on the explosive New Guinea dispute with Indonesia. The galleries were packed to overflowing u ith observers that Included many envoys from Asian and Eastern bloc countries. West New Guinea, part of the former East Indies colony, was not handed over when Indonesia became a sovereign state in 1949. The question of self-determination for the Papuans has become one of the biggest stumbling blocks *o I any settlement of Indonesia’s Pleas#* Turn to PaRe 2, Column 7 Year s combined carnage on the ..    ^    .    ,    .,    .    „ , .    ,    i, , , I fie fatalities were reported af - e roads to 86b, a final count showed the Hew Years Revelry began'. plates strike pp series be reserved, must re-    .__-    ,    , . . .u n.u <-    ,    ntu    this    year, prizes for local , port to the 8th Street branch and races, aside from the winner’s pay for them before noon today expenses at Akron, have been T The branch pointed out that the ”ude UP f>y 1**1 donations Sta- 1 10'    ",y    Th    f d ,h    rhp    ,ast plates would not be obtainable    h°nd    was not A round of tragic fires claimed *    »    ,    '    . today, but would be mailed in the    intended to disturb this practice.    HS lives over the    three-day New    day    of    the    78-hour    nolidav period near future, if they were paid    Since    its inception in 1934, the    Year's holiday.    Six deaths in    dashed    hopes,    based    on a    sic vt for before the noon deadline. They said that have requested th served, but have not yet paid for'Dn^y activity.    1492.    -fmA. QO_._ tr them. They stressed that the Wllh the heightened promotion Treacherous >ad conditions ,    ,    replates cannot be held unless the die 2.Vh All-American Soap Box that    were    responsible tor many    ;nj[,nu    an    u!lvm*    •li,)    “a'    ■ fee is paid. This applies to the    Derby,    this year's championship    highway fatalities    over the week-    con‘    LHnl EE' series only, they said.    Please    Turn to Page 2, Column 7    end clung on in the South. Middle that were the biggest t’ao Ll. S., Russa Confer Bi Cloudy and warmer. Low tonight    in    high    20s high tomorrow    38-48 Yesterday’s high 32 low 14 Sunrise    8:04    a.m. Sunset    5:29    p.m. Moonrise    5:06    a.rn. Police Say Youth's Condition Improved Good Morning Kenneth Cripe Jr., 15, of 517 E. 7th St., who was found unconscious Saturday night at the .... #*Lii 9th St. tunnel, is reported to be Start The Day With a Chuckle <n jmprovecj condition and has adman, Mich. (I IM) - Rob*" heen released from the hospital, ert Blanks saw someone ram- z\ccording, to police detectives, ming some cars in front of his Cripe had been involved in a home so — clad only in long minor scrape with another boy in Berlin Discussions Start underwear — he dashed out, grabbed the motorist, and sat him in freezing temperatures until police arrived. front of the City Utilities office earlier that evening, but his injuries were believed caused from a fall on ice. UP IN THE CLOUDS — As firemen in the foreground spray a burning factory from a snorkle device, two firemen operating from a snorkle at the re ar of the building are almost obscured in a cloud of smoke Tuesday on Chicago's west side. Damage amounted to $100,000. No injuries were reported. The picture was made by Howard Sorvig of Chicago's American. (AP WirephotoJ waste of life,” said Howard P>c\ president of the safety counc I. Pyle said that drinking dnx ** s are involved in 30 per cent of tie (fatal traffic accident" during normal periods. But he said safety council studies on previous New Year and Christmas holidays sh >wed that "drinking drivers were involved in from 38 to more MOSCOW (AP)—American and pect these preliminary meetings a conference Wednesday at the than so per cent of the fatal acct* Soviet diplomats began a new at- to last long.    U.S. Embassy.    dents    ” tempt Tuesday to find a mutually if a    profitable foundation is Thompson was accompanied to    With    more cars    on the highways satisfactory basis tor Last-West found for formal talks promising the meeting by Kempton Jenkins, than any other state. California negotiations on Berlin. I he record f0 safeguard Western rights n a specialist in German affairs chaliced up the greatest traffic of past attempts suggests it will Communist-walled West Berlin, a who is the embassy's second sec- death toil—44. be a tough job. but the Russians foreign ministers’ conference is rotary. Sitting in with Gromvko Texas counted 31 highway fa* appear eager tor negotiations. expected to be called to take up was jv U1 j iKichev a Soviet For- w**se Turn t0 t, Col urn* ? U. S. Ambassador Llewellyn the city’s future.    ei„n Ministry otiiehfwho was _* Thompson, the West s spokesman n    .    u ,,    , at this stage, and Soviet Foreign ,w    «■    “    -‘ftzible    •..rtzu vly anbossador to Las. Minister Andre! A. Gromyko con- mo$m G''rra:,ny (erred for 2Vj hours at the Tor- 'hattm« "«>ern reporters Tkumnson s assignment to eign Ministry, a spired skyscraper He was askcd al>oul " at a tul,an sound out the Soviets val agreed )n on Smolensk Square.    Embassy reception marking the upon at a meeting of Secretary of _ __ Neither would    comment later,    third anniverslary or    Prime Min-jState Dean Rusk and the British,    Born    at St. John    s Hospital tos but both seemed    in good spirits.    ‘sler Fi(lel Castro's revolutionary    French and West German foreign    Mr.    and Mrs.    I    eland Maddy, Emerging in a snowstorm, victory.    ministers in Paris Dec. 12. New Castle, a girl. Thompson smiled    and his manner    Thompson advised    the U.S.    The decision was lab t* approved    Mr.    and Mrs.    Ralph Wyatt, was cheerful. He    declined to tell    State Department in    Washington    by the ministerial council of the 329! j    W. 8th St.,    a boy. newsmen how the meeting went. of the    resultsx)f his talk. Then he    North Atlantic Treaty    Organiza-    Mr.    and Mrs.    James    Jackson, He said, however, he plans to see filled in    the ambassadors of Brit-turn and by President    Kennedy,2031 Lenta St., a    boy. Gromyko again—he doesn’t know ain. France and West Germany and Prime Minister Harold Mac- Mr and Mrs. Jackie Hanshew, exactly when—and he doesn't ex- by telephone. He invited them to indian at their Bermuda meeting 1218 VS. BJ St., a girl. v]ew Arrivals Anderson and Vicinity s ;