Anderson Herald, October 20, 1962

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October 20, 1962

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Anderson Herald (Newspaper) - October 20, 1962, Anderson, Indiana THE ANDERSON HERALD* ■fa VOL. 95, NO. 107 -ftANDERSON, INDIANA, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER ZO, 1962 PRICE IO CENTSBARNETT CURBED FURTHER ORDER Republicans Set Public Rally; Capehart Is SpeakerMon HEID FOR GRAND JURY-Five members of the American Nazi Party are sworn in at a Philadelphia magistrate s court where they were charged with disorderly conduct, breach of the peace and inciting to riot. They were arrested recently while picketing a downtown hotel where Communist Gus Hall was speaking. They were wearing uniforms with swastika armbands af the time. They were fined, yesterda y, on disorderly conduct and breach of peace and held in $2,500 bail for the grand jury on inciting to riot, and conspiracy. Left to right are Robert Sharp, Bernard Davids, Edward Kester, Bernard Cook and Paul Uhng, all of Arlington, Va. (AP Wirephoto)    _ _ Court Rejects Ban On Vote For Assembly INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A panel of three federal judges refused an injunction Friday against election of state legislators Nov. 6 hut kept a reapportionment suit alive for further hearing. Tile judges withheld any ruling on the State Election Board’s motion for outright dismissal of the suit, one of several filed by State Sen. Nelson G. Grills, D-lndi-anapolis. Left for future disposition was the question whether any elections involving state legislators can be valid, since reapportionment of the Indiana General Assembly is 35 years overdue. Grills won a state lower court ruling that the present legislature is illegally constituted and has no; authority to meet or act. Legal arguments on the oppos-j ing motions were heard Thursday! by Judge Roger N. Riley of the 7th U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals, Chicago, and two Indianapolis dis-! trict judges. Cale J. Holder and W;ni«miudcestee?!T no indication land ,all-v fcl1 shorl *h' Lad' left in the quarter. Five PlMslthing ^*andnVs way. giv me inanes gt.\e no inaitduon ^ gr(ijron t0 glVe the Tigers, _    .    . . ... ling the Highlanders little to cheer when the case would be reopened 8 win o{ the season by at,f D*vf Pr^h earned the about The Tiger Band took the for hearings on the general re-,    sCQre    ball over from 16 yards out. The field t0 a snappv cadence and put apportionment questions.    ^    made    a    desperate    ^lAra *>'n\ ?,led' and Alex J* on a sharp precision marching 5*1*1. Jn    S3f    attempt    to pull the game out of J. t , rema,.nm8 JjJ lhe,and dance routine, highlighted “and III be back    to press    for f£e thp fourlh quarter,jfirst    Penod as the T,-ers threat-by a quick-change off    field by •c[ifon” . ,    _    ...    pouncing    on a Tiger fumble and    ,0 make the S*™* a ™“* the Tiger Majorettes. Meanwhile.    »rills sa! . s intercepting a pass to set up a aua-v-    !    Alexandria    also received the now up to Gov. Welsh to stop the ^ o( fjuicR touchdowns nigh-! The Highland defense took hold second half kickoff as Highland rf u j .* r- n * land took the ball again late in in the second quarter, stalling the chose to take advantage of the If he doesn . Grills sam ’|the game but relinquished it on fleet Tigers, though the Laddies prevailing wind The Tigers lost legislature elected nest month^ay gs A1px ^ ^ bacR xvpre unable to move the ball she ball on a wide pitchout but will bo illegal.    (>n    interception.    themselves. Steve Hines, filling in took over four downs later on a ‘The state will not be able    to    ^ Tjper tegm was a different    for Dan    Prough at quarterback,    punt. then marched in eleven spend any money, although    it (>uljd from the one    which swept    was unable to generate a passing    plays to their third touchdown of legally can levy taxes, he con-    fjvp jramcs. The backfield attack. Hines completed two pass-!the evening. Rick Flecker again tended. ‘The governor will    be    waj. riddled with    injuries and    os in the    first half, both for minus,reached paydirt, this time from without a paycheck, and state    sl‘ tin„ quarterback    Dan Prough    yardage,    and wound up with —6    one yard out. Dennis Johnson’s government generally will be in ^ ^ the entire game, though yards for the half.    I    pifa*# Turn to p*«* c. Column t a state of chaos.    tnllhark Dave his twin returned Addison M. Dowling, chief coun- ^ actjon nj‘ght and scored one of Alexandria’s three touchdowns. A few regulars failed to dress for the game, and halfback Dave Dyer watched the game WILMINGTON, N C. (UPL -Heated alxiut 90 miles southeast from the bleachers on crutches. Hurricane Ella, stalled for hours!of Cape Hatteras The Tigers hit like lightning in off the Carolina coast, grew to    120    m.p.h.    Gusts the opening seconds as speedy severe” proportions Friday., hut The 120 m.p.h. winds were Rick Flecker took a handoff and swung its 120 mile an hour winds i clocked in gusts at the center of raced ho cards on the first play, toward a course that would take tho storm, from scrimmage for the initial ‘l away from the mainland.    The weather bureau said re- Tiger touchdown with only 14 sec-1 Although well off shore, the big search aircraft penetrated the Anderson Commandery of d 0)aps0fj from the clock. Quar- hurricane kicked up sand storms dorm Friday morning to make .ll UN... I    ti I. .. . .. t    '    k I .I    t    •    «    .    t    I    I    Ka IA/VA/1 I    It    A    I    /-J    VVIAl*    f /kl ♦ ll A Alex Beats Highland Alexandria hit fast, ran hard and held on last night as a High- Tigers recovered a fumble on the; Even the Highland band had to Highland 28-yard line with 5:55 share the limelight as every- ON GOP CARAVAN-George O. Chambers, Anderson, Republican candidate for the 5th District seat in Congress will be one of the top GOP candidates featured in the Madison County GOP Spectacular program here today. Tax Payment Slow; Urge 'Pay By Mail' Sluggishness in early payment of fall taxes has prompted the Madison County Treasurer’s office in urging payment by mail to avoid a rush in the office on the Nov. 5 deadline. Bird-No-More Downtown Area ’Most Likely' Co u n t y Commissioners and the Retail Merchants’ Association have agreed on the latest price offered by a Terre Haute firm to exterminate pi g e o n s and starlings in the downtown area. A representative of National Bird Exterminating Engineers, Inc., has offered to apply a solution that w'ould rid downtown buildings of the birds at a cost of $1 per front foot. William Hovermale, of the Chamber of Commerce Retail Division, and that the offer was made during a meeting here yesterday with the firm’s representative. The firm will exterminate tile courthouse for a total cost of $930, the latest offer made to the Board of Commissioners. Commissioner Harold Foust said the money could probably be transfered from a courthouse maintenance fund. Hovermale said the firm would solicit individual merchants, and the actual beginning of the bird ridding process would probably start in the near future. Mayor Ralph Ferguson is also expected to be contacted concerning the authorization of the project on city buildings including the library and utility buildings. A glue-like chemical is applied to window ledges and roof tops _    .    „ . . which causes a fatal paralysis to    Thp office has collected $805,500  _______    _ the birds after it has contacted of an anticipated H-milhon, due ^ presented. Miss Indiana    -    -    ,    aldrin    »ralPt their fret.    prior    to    the deadline to avoid pay- lx> oscortwi by John Tomlinson on toward the moon at 3,107■-« and a district court order It was explained that if a busj- me,>t of penalty imposed by state and \yendeu Hoover, of the Young miles P*r h<Hir. It tokes l(    i    th    m ness building has a 50-foot front-    law.    Republican    Club.    ™,on    camera within MO miles of J. Intfffimng with * struct- *    ,    ,    .    .    the    moon Sunday, but to no avail. in»’ Dx force, im eat, arrest or From 3 to 4 p.m. professional, I( jias no m)UT,r    (otherwise    any    officer    or agent of 'Spectacular' At Shadyside Park Today Madison County Republicans will stage the biggest rally of the campaign for votes for party candidates in the Nov. 6 election with an afternoon of politicing, entertainment and food at Shadyside Park today from I to 6 p.m. The top speaker for the rally will be U.S. Senator Homer E. Capehart at 4 p.m. All county and legislative candidates on the Republican ticket will also share in the program, along with George O. Chambers. Anderson, candidate for congress from the 5th District. Township candidates from a1! 14 of the townships in the county w ill head serving lines arranger! by townships, to serve ham sandwiches. baked beans, coffee, milk, ice cream and soft drinks. Myron Seybert. GOF county chairman, emphasized yesterday that the rally is open to the public and that all residents of the Madison County area have been invited to attend. The program at Shadyside Park opens at I p.m. with numbers by TOP GOP SPEAKER-U.S. Sen. Homer E. Capehart will be the top speaker at a Madison County Republican Spectacular rally at Shadyside Park today. Sen. Capehart, seeking re election in the Nov. 6 gen erat election, will speak at 4 p.m. U.S. lo Send Up Improved Moon Rocket On Meredith ATLANTA (UPI) — The U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals Friday handed down a temporary injunction forbidding Mississippi Gov. Ross Barnett or other state officials from interference with attendance of Negro James H. Meredith at the University of Mississippi. The decision made it. clear that the court — despite Barnett's contentions—considers it has full jurisdiction in she Meredith case. The court considered contempt proceedings pending against th* \tis1-!--Sippi governor at a private session. It took no final action, but denied a motion that the contempt proceedings he dismissed. A further order of the court, possibly on Monday, is expected la jconcern the contempt action. The appeals court expanded its previous temporary restraining order against Barnett into a temporary injunction and restrained him and 'tate and county officials from; 1. “Arresting, attempting to arrest, prosecuting or instituting any prosecution” against Meredith “under any statute, ordinance, rule or regulation whatever on account of his attending or seeking to attend the University of Mississippi.” 2. “Instituting or proceeding further in any civil action” against Meredith or anyone else on account of Meredith’s enrollment at the formerly all-white university. 3. “Injuring, harassing, threat- P A SADE NA. Calif. (AP) — The United States mapped a new moon shot tl^ Hi^land"High~School 'dance;Friday equipped for the band. From 2 to about 2:55 p m sharpest luna r pictures cning or intimidating” Meredith entertainment will be provided by yet, as scientists sought ^ a^’vvay . the Gene Swindell Combo and atL \ u e s t o their third1 i(A    in*" 2:55 p.m., Miss Indiana, otherw’iseL*ra:B.ut moon nrohe fail- !! means or in any man-known as Miss Julia Jane Flam- * 5? *    1    1    Performance    of    obliga- Uie.    Dons    or    the    enjoyment    of    rights WiU| The 755-pound Ranger 5 rocket| under the appeals court order of sped on toward the moon at 3.l07i'hJy 28 a 13. age. the cost would be $50. Treasurer Egbert Hood said to- Commissioners are expected to | tai taxes in the fall statements j entertainment, including comedy, meet Monday and take definite would be less than the $6,741,- power. The spacecraft last its electric the United States in the perform- oaf n y « ii    wouW    ,    ,    u    U1°    magic,    dancing    and    music will be ^L I *' ance of duties in connection with action concermns the program. ,768.75 collected this spring, be- nled and lhe ulk by Sen ^.^Z. 8.    p1—'    T“r"    “    j.    cotan,,    s according to Foust._I    cause    men,    persons    payed on M    a„<J    the    introdoctton of se! for the state attorney gen-j Pleas* Turn to Pace 2. tot urn it 3 , ..  ♦ Knights Templar Order Sets 97th Annual Ceremony Storm Turns From Coast utes after a perfect launching Thursday from Cape Canaveral, Stewardess Falls annual basis during the first Pay |candidates is scheduled for 4 p.m.Jpu ment period.    Charles    Gaus, Anderson, will in Hood said payments due by Nov. troduce the county candidates .    ?on    apf>arent    /a‘ur.c 5 include real estate, personal Food and refreshments w'M be U'ergy" from "the Hun* scientists ff-Q pp A i T11 6 T WiM(i a cfaulo    Fairwood    Bluff    sewer    u-1fouowing the talk by Sen. believed a stable steeling current gessment, and ditch assessments.IranohaH has not yet been firmly estab-i To avoid any waiting rn the KT . 11shed, the weather bureau said fh of,-f e persons are ^ and Mr,?    arp    rx’ Thus.- it added, a rather slow , , ' u jn their statements I'"'1'*' l»    bore    around    ll and somewhat irregular move- w,fh c|l0ck mon(,y nr(,cr toa m t0<lay' Followmc in rap. In Connecticut WINDSOR LOCKS, Conn. <UPD ment is likely for a while long- v'1!n C,*^ILii« order will be receptions for can moon scouting vehicle scheduled a 29 - year - old French stewarded    insure proper payment of tax. He    committeemen ati for launching in the first tour ess plunged 1.809 feet out of an said Tile exact cause may take weeks to determine. Jet Propulsion laboratory, which built Ranger 5. said work is going ahead on Ranger 6, another Forecasters said they were confident the center of the storm nu., v .    onds    elapsed    from me cloes v/uar- nun Kane kkkvo up saou mw ins  ......  j    ”    ;    V    T.    •    ,,    „    KT    Z WI lone for the return of recd pts Knights Templar will have theirlterback steve Hines ran tile extra on North Carolina's outer hanks toe reading. It said most of the will remain well off the North lope Ior ine ,eiu;n OI ™l,n‘ S patrons SSSS .to incta ““ a''d <™m,t.eomon a stamped, self-addressed enve-    Turn    lo    faRf    t.    «oiuma 4 at for launching in months of 1963 Ranger 6 97th annual fall inspection, dinner vn and tup Jtcore S{()0(i Alex 7 and sent 12-foot-high waves crash- squalls around the center had Carolina coast ... I      _    r    :______I    ll    dl    I    *      •    .    _    ., _    ,_____ ,___ c»iictc    e\(    alvnft    UMI    m    nh    Rut    u;aa and ceremony of public inspection Highland 0    before    the    stunned    inS    into    the    beaches. on Ort 27 at the Masonic Temple, uads’ slight    crowd    had a chance    Shipping    gave    the storm wide 1022 Meridian St.    to ge( sett!(^    lx?rth    and all Russell D. Huffington, Gary.j After an exchange of punts the planes along the Virginia coast right emminent grand commander j ----“    were    ordered    to    remain    on a and Walter P. Worland. Green- .    .    n I    standby    alert until the storm has! .    .    . field, emminent grand warder Judge Ponders    passed    ^ fK)th of the Grand Commandery _ r\C    T of Knights Templar of Indiana rQi6 UT    IWO weather agency warn- Boy Wounded Fatally UM ll AAnfiniiA I'oru    »    * very gusts of about IOO m.p.h.    But the The weather agency said a ship od:    “Seas    will    continue v.,v    in    the area had experienced winds rough and small craft along the R\/ Mpinhhor Youth Navy vessels and jn ox(,oss of ^ m ph for we), virginia and Carolina coast should!IUUIII over 24 hours.    It was feared that Ella may] INDIANAPOLIS <AP> — A 15- “At 9 a.rn. it 'the shipt report have already claimed four lives, year-old boy was wounded fatally INDIAN TROOPS ATTACK TOKYO, Saturday (UPP — Indian troops launched a major two • pronged attack along the disputed Sino-lndian border early today, threatening to plunge the world’* two most populous tile first four oss Panged I..309 feet out of an Allegheny airliner carrying SI will carry six tele-iper',,ns Friday    when    th» vision cameras callable of high plane's rear door flew off as it I came in for a landing at Bradley Field. “There is no hope that she survived,” said David L. Miller, sen or Will be honored guests and in speeding officers. IOO rn p h., seas 45    Two fishermen off the South Caro-    late Friday by a    point-blank blast    nations into full-scale war. ae- .    feet,    visibility zero and ram and    lina coast—Edward Carter, 40,    from a 20-gauge    shotgun held by    cording to Communist Chinese In its 6 pm EDI    advisory    the    ^    spray.” the weather bureau    and Vernon Veach. 40—were re-    a neighborhood    friend    broadcasts monitored here, weather bureau ordered the bur- said. “Paradoxically the ship ap- j ported missing in the rough seas. The victim. Mike Fisher, died The New China News Agency I IO minutes’ rocket distance away i lint ii the instant of crash landing. Ranger 5 earned only one camera,;    .    .    ,    , capable of pictures alwut a third:1"L™* President of Allegheny, the quality of home television-1 ,Dlspi,,e "J*    lh" the host available who.. Hie pro parties' rancoise de Mortem ject was set up. a laboratory!®1,J!?™- W'.eral Hundred men spokesman said Nothing is in fnchw' J bttmtattc search in tended to survive Hic impact ml'1”1 tt'°"<‘‘’d Avon Mountain arca Juvenile Boys Approximately 250 members end _    '    ,...Ilcad 10 Wil™nSlon. Gale warn- „ind.s were 15 m p h. J    1    Two    teenage    boys    charged    with    mgs    were    left    up    from ricane watch discontinued on the parently was only 6 or 7 miles A Coast Guard search was under in Marion County General Hos-North Carolina coast from Nags frorn (|ie edge of the eye where!way off the North Carolina coast pital an hour after the shooting or _______„        less,”    for a 44-foot fishing vessel, the ladies from the commanderies of J I””    mis»    ‘*w«    Nags    the    advisory    added.    Esther    Pearl.    The ship was re- Battalion 5 including Marion toHmqucnt y in <onnection with Head to Georgetown, S C    -phe    weather    bureau    said an-!ported overdue late Thursday. <’ommanderv' No 21 " Anderson mult!pl° crimes were tried in Ju-.    weather    bureau    said    that    other “puzzling” aspect of the Two men were said to be aboard. Commandery No! 32. Greenfield    8    pm EDT th> gU>rm was ± storm was,lha'„iL c*n,touln1 remai* Mfe harbor' Commandery No. 39, Lebanon    “cre    laken under adUi0‘    to mlensify although dry and Commandery No 43 Tipton Com-    A ,4.year.old ^ was *peci,ical-    TUesday    Symphony mandery No. 52. Nobleav. te Com-    ,    char ed wi|h the |hf(, throe    1 mandery No. bl and Oriental Com- . ... of eight automobiles, escape from Concert Here Draws comparatively cool air is flooding the western and southern sectors of the storm. Dry, cool air can spell death for a hurricane, but forecasters said Ella apparently has developed an “efficient mechanism” for 'eet mandery mandery No 62 are expected tocuTwyT^'laTy'T vKd- „    .    , visit the host comm.u,Mi>, mg machines and    a TV shop and    ConsidoroblB IntGrGSt Saturday afternoon s programiv a n d a I i s m at    the Washington; will begin with registration of Sir School.    Anderson    College    officials    have    venting this air about 40,000 f Knights and their ladies at 2:30    was    bave    appeared    announced ticket sales for the above the ocean surface, p.m. at the Masonic Temple. At ,()r healing on Sent 27 at which Tupsda>' concert here by the Indi    Still    Unstable 3 o’clock the ladies will be es- tjmp    a companion in many of    the anaP°lis Symphony Orchestra will    “Most of the storm’s vast circu- corted to the State theatre for a aut0    ^efts was sentenced to    the continue through noon of that day.    lation is still south of the    main special matinee program. Opening! jndiana JlovsV School, but    ran    The Program    is scheduled    for 8:15    current _of    the    westerlies    and it is (rf the commandery is also sched*;av,iay from the custody of his    oar*    P to- to the new    campus    gym na- uled for 3 o'clock.    IeZand WM nTtehted by''%>-    *'««■    CaiTlGra    Club    Lists Order of the Temple will be jjpp until two w'eeks later.    Dr. Robert    H.    Reardon, presi- exemplified under the direclion of The other youth.    15. was charged    dent, said a large number of An- O Cn|on    WinnPTC Roy II. Shepherd, eminent com-wjtb vandalism at    the school and    dersonians will join the campus    JVIUM    ft mild a mander with the following officers thp    TV s!lop burglary in which community in the evening of mu-    ln Prli-lnv/ Fvhihlt to participate: Arthur I. Edwards, |0VPra| art k-1cs were stolen    sic. marking the fourth appear-    1,1    <« lUUy laiiiuii generalissimo; William A. Bussel.j captain general; Roy E Slater, senior warden: Vernal W. Jayton, Authorities said John King, 15, told him he slipped what he thought was an empty shell into the gun, intending to frighten another youth. said Indian troops “launched a large-scale Irenzied attack” at seven o’clock in the morning in the Kechilang River area of the Tibe tan border “under the cover of fierce shelling.” Plfasf Turn lo Page 2, Column Cl CLOUDY Kennedy Strikes At Dirksen CHICAGO (UPI* — President has given to a single Democratic led in Washington, took him past Kennedy, in a coast-to-coast jet candidate in his fast and furious cheering thousands in Cleveland, speed campaign swing, threw his series of weekend campaign trips Ohio, and then q>ed him onwardsi full force F’riday night behind the The all-out endorsement came as to Spngfiekl, OL, where he lai I Illinois Democratic drive to beat an immense relief to Illinois Dem the traditional wreath at the tomb| Senate Minority Lea ier Everett ocrats, win) bad been tearful that of the first ReiHibkcan president M. Dirksen in the Nov. 6 elec-1 Kennedy’s attack on Dirksen Abraham Lincoln tion. Appearing before massed Democrats in Qiicago’s lakefront Me wxiuld be lukewarm.    Kennedy    told    his    Ohio audience At the same time, Kennedy an    it was “most appropriate and    announced in Chicago that his ad    portant” that he campaign    for Cormick    Place, Kennedy    did    his    ministration has thrown its sup    election of Democrats in Con- best    to    dispel    all thought    that    he    [Kilt behind a “new economic ‘bill    gre.ss because Congress, not    the thinks so much of Dirksen’s rec- of rights"’ which lie said was of President, makes the law's. Partly cloudy, rain likely. High today    near    79 Low tonight    in th** 40s Yesterday's high TI low 4H .Sunrise    6:35 a.m. Sunset    5:53 p.m. BODY FOUND WINDSOR LOCKS, Conn. I (UPI) — Police said that a search by several hundred men, led by searchlight - carrying helicopters, found the body of the stewardess, Francoise de Merit re of Paris, at the cdg# of a meadow about three miles from Farmington, Conn. where she fell. Helicopters equipped w ith piercing searchlights led the way. The pilot of the twin-engine Allegheny Corn air, ( apt ftoroid Gould, rode in the lead helicopter, trying to retrace his landing approach route over the rolling New England countryside. At the airport., the plane sat on Pit*ta Turn to Pat* 2, Column 7 Pleas* Turn lo Pas* 2, Column junior warden; John W. Pherson, P.C., prelate: Lester B Cookman, * P C., treasurer; Robert H. Taylor, P.C., recorder; William D. Hancock, warder; Ronald W, Shepherd, standard bearer; Floyd W. Mason, sword bearer and C. Emory Hamilton, Sentinal. Sir Knight in line include: Stanley Triplett, Joe Gordon, Hubert Warner, Emory Hamilton, John C. Moore. Virgil Miller, Lawrence Anderson, Gerald Mitchell, John R. Bitner, Sr . James W. Fosnot, Everett Smith and William R. Warburton. Widows of past members of the commandery will be special guest. The Order of the Temple will be conferred on Edward Crane Ray of Anderson who received his Order of Malta Friday Evening. The dinner program will begin at 6 p m, with the invocation by Pie*** Turn to Pas* 2, Column 4 Good Morning Start Th* Day With a Chuckle NEWCASTLE, England (AP) —A man was fined three pounds —$8.40—in midweek for raising •urb a racket police could hear It 200 yards away. His name: John Silence. Ord as leader of the Senate’s Re- “particular importance to minor- publicans that he would like to jty groups” see him back in Washington next Tb,    spwch    Mlnv    a y™- ,,    ,    ,    SI'*1 a riste audience would up a The President awd I want to ..... campa,gn,ni, whlch Judge Nelson Bohannon ordered ante of the orchestra here in re*' Members of the Anderson Cam- cent years.    pra Club last evening conducted 'i"~    j 7.’Ti "I hay _ ,    ,    v,u    ’    J"81, ;.lun* vunuucicu make it uneqmvocably clear!;that——ta,...   Tickets are on sale in Room 140 the annual selection    of winning    tm man in dlp mino,s race js of the administration building and coolest prints during    a program    I)irkAen*s Democratic opponent.    Police Sumrise telephone reservations are being at the YWCA.    !Chicago    Congressman Sidney R.    ’ received by the College News Bu- There were various classifies- ^ ale< reau.    lions and the winners included:    Kennedy    said    his    .support    was. The orchestra will fie playing in Black and White    —’ Pictorial    ^jven “with unqualified enthu-    Atfpmntori    Rronkin one of its early concerts of the” ..I11, .nwe)’ H^top    si asm” to the “oniy one candidate    "inpTcu    DIcUKin season, this past week having ap- Jirst;: ^Johnson, pawa 8    ,5    Ln this state’s race for the U.S.! James Newton Hudgel, 45, peared on the campuses of two -v,    *    *s®coa“:    Ktnel    (<mwell,    __ a great congressman Rt. 4, Muncie, wras surprised ” -    -    *    Lonelymud and Don Baker, wdo W1|| mage • —-----1    -- Muncie Man In of _  ___   M    .            by third and Don Baker, vvho will make a great senator, Anderson police as he attempted Gulls aud Boats, fourth.    Yaie.s.”    to pry open a rear window at the Portrait *— William Thumma, Taking dead aim on Dirksen, Sherman Fur Store, lith and Child , first; Herb Johnson,'president ^aid Yates is the Jackson Sts,, shortly after 7 am Nancy . second. Jack Burwell, only Senate candidate in Illinois Friday Joa , third, and Denver Willis, “who understands the necessity of “Ready and Waiting,” fourth helping our older citizens.” Nature — Dick Van Rickie, j    Relief    For Democrats other Indiana colleges. Recognized as one of the country's leading orchestras, the players are under direction of Izler Solomon, who has been conductor since 1956. Mr Solomon has directed many of the nation’s major orchestras and has appeared    “Pienie Visitor.” first; Robert A.i it was the mast enthusiastic cer found a second crowbar in a other parts of the world as guest Miller “Sticky ”    enuiustasncs conductor.    ’ But here in Illinois he struck out hard for Yates as he sought to remove any doubt that he was too much opposed to Dir keen who had supported him on some issues* in the Senate. At Springfield, Kennedy said Illinois had a “great senator in Democrat Paul Douglas and “will have two (rf the best” if it elects! Yates to replace Dirksen. Stands With Administratiun Kennedy identified Yates as the “one candidate” in toe UlinoLv senatorial race who had stood with the administration and Doug-Pkas* Turn Ut Pag* Z, < otumn 7 FOUND DEAD-The body of Terryl Yeigh, 16-year-old drama student, was found beneath a bed in her Von Nuys, Calif., apartment. Police listed possible strangulation as the cause of death. (AP Wirephoto) second; Miller;and unqualified _    ^    also took third here with “Passion _    --------- Concertmaster of the Indianan Flower.” and R. E Hartman, Us Symphony is Erie Rosenblith. “Preying Mantas,” fourth. who took over that prominent post character Study - W C. Fitz-in 1953. He came to Indianapolis patrick, “White Hunter,” first; from the San Antonio (Tex.) Sym* william Thumma, “Irishman,” Phony where he also occupied the second; William Conwelt, “Cigar- top orchestral performing position, ette,” third; Herb Johnson, “500 Associate conductor is Honalo Legend,” fourth. Pacini, who sits next to Mr Ro*- Still Life *— W C, Fitzpatrick, enblith in the violin section He “Study in Glass,’ first; It. A. ha* been assistant concertmaster Miller, ’Pop”, second and Ray-with the orchestra since 1938 and mood Downham, “I Do,” third, was assistant conductor for manyj Numerous placements were list* year prior to his appiintment as ed in the color prints classific^-associate conductor in 1955 lions, which included: Portrait — Di c k Van Sickle, Cross Street Patrolman Richard Cain caught | Hudgel breaking into the building ImnrON/PmPnt Still with    a    30”    crowbar,    and    the offi    I *mH'    WYCH IBI 11 JI    III apport Kennedy car    ^ing    used by    the    suspect    Jit ROQCi PlotlS _;The vehicle had been reported* County officials said yesterday stolen from Fisher Motor Compa-U^t the release of $75J«i0 sought j ny, Muncie, and all the keys to for appropriation in August for jthe remaining autos on the lot reSurfacing 2'2 miles of the Cross were ako reported missing j street Rd would “have no effect Hudgel, who has a previous po- th Crogs Street p!ans •• ice record, was charged with au- romrmfsSlont,rs asked the reno banditry, sec-ond degree burg-1    ()f    lhp rnon wh]ch was possession    of    burglaryjhcld (n    a|)eyanM ^ug.    6 by    the county    council, in order    that    the Mr, and Mrs Jack Kitchen,' A breakin at Sampson Metal ^unds    **    °f    -stance rn Chesterfield, a girl,    j Craft, 1st and Locust Sis, was Mr. and Mrs. Charles Estep, reported to police at 6 23 a rn. 1917 East 4th St, a boy,    (yesterday    by Oscar Perry, janitor. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Querier-! Entrance was gained by break- New Arrivals In Anderson and Vicinity Born at Si. John’s Hospital to Mr. and Mrs Marvin Cunning- J lary and ham, 3820 Columbus Ave , a girl 'tools. Born at Community Hospital to: |    Report    Breakin Principal cellist is Gilbert Reete Pleas* Turn lo Page 2, Column • Plea** Turn to Cag* 3, Column I mous. Alexandria, a boy Mr and Mrs. Robert Thompson, 224 West Vineyard St., a boy. mg through a door A tool box and its contents, value e'timated at HOO, were missing. the general highway work A letter to the council effects! the release said the project cou not be commenced in 1%2 The project wax proposed a> county-federal aid program at total estimated cost of $130 OOO, MISS INDIANA PHOTOFLASH CONTESTANT—Afcji Cberyl Caldwell, 19, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Malcolm Caldwell, 1500 Woodbine Dr., is >hawn looking over a new contest poster prepared festeidov She is the first applicant ,n the Miss Indiano Photoflash Pageant to be presented Jon. 27, 1963, at the Indianapolis Elks Lodge No. 13 Country Club. This event is sponsored by the Indiana News Photographers Association and any g,rl 18 to 25, inclusive, may enter by contacting any press photographer. (Herald Photo) ;

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