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Anderson Daily Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 9, 1963, Anderson, Indiana To or i a a 24 pages Indiana weather wind Snow diminishing Early tonight becoming partly Cloudy. Fair a Little warmer wednesday. Low tonight near 20. High tuesday near 40. Low today 24 High yesterday 36. Anderson Indiana monday december 9, 1963 vol. 79 no. 224 Price ten cents John Delph killed Many Hurt on ice 2114 main St., former auditor of Madison county was struck by a hit and run Driver at 6 48 of clock last evening at the Corner of 23rd and main sts., and died at 10 36 . At St. Johns Hospital of head injuries. Or. Delph was county auditor from 1940 to 1944. Several hours after the Accident police took in custody a suspect believed to have been the Driver of the car capt. Fred Richardson of the traffic department says. Icy pavement following an Inch of Snow sunday made driving conditions hazardous and contributed to a number of accidents in the City and Vicinity last night and Early today. Four persons suffered minor injuries in a two car wreck at hardscrabble at the intersection of ind. 38 and ind. 13, this morning. Local county and state Highway department forces were out for hours last night placing Salt and cinders at intersections. Or. Delph was walking from his Home on main St. To a nearby Church when he was struck by the car As he stepped off the curb capt. Richardson said. He was taken to St. John s Hospital in the City ambulance. Death occurred shortly after 10 30 . Coroner Cecil Carmichael who investigated said that death was from head injuries. Or. Delph also suffered a Brok singing son John Delph 3 members of safety Board Are appointed Sinatra kidnapped from Motel room lightning believed crash cause 81 perish in plane disaster jct disintegrated in air Falls in Field Elkton my. Apr expert investigators looked for proof today that lightning caused the crash of a big Boeing 707 Jet Airliner in which 81 persons perished sunday night. The pan american world airways Jet in route from puerto Rico to Philadelphia fell in fiery fragments from 5,000 feet during a lightning storm. By Good Chance about 65 persons had stepped off the plane Dur a Stop in Baltimore an leg and other injuries. Or. Delph was born in Anderson and bad spent his entire life Here. He was formerly employed at Delco Remy division. And he served As county auditor from 1940 through 1944. Surviving Are the widow Lydabelle two Brothers. James appointment of a three Mem Delph of Florida station and City Board of Public safety Gentry Delph of Anderson and and a Board Secretary to take a sister. Mrs. Walter Whetstone office Jan. I when the new re safely Anderson. Publican administration begins ing friends will be received at was announced saturday by Only a few minutes earlier l0ad mav0r�?~�,lect Frank h Allis 1 the proud air plane distil moral i vim will be conduct members of the new board11 grated in the air. Bits of wreck Thip s in i in wed nos Are c d Rotruck 326 w age fell Over an area estimated i thi Rev Tohn c wine chm Man John j Garrett by sheriff Edgar Startt of Cecil o the fit chinch o the n 7. Of eld rest re and Burton g county at four Square Miles. Is r win be in fast Mccullough. 726 Forest or. Sec the crash occurred about 15 a rotary will be Warren Ellsworth Miles Southwest of Wilmington. Maplewood 2909 Nichol ave. Del near the Maryland Dela s in up act caught or Rotruck is a partner in Ware Border and . 40. Chief of police John Belder the Law firm of Beckman Roth no said that a 16-year-old boy who struck and Schuyler and is vice. Lives near the scene of the fatal president director and attorney rflf1 Accident was taken in custody for the Anderson Federal Sav-?.ers Andy Crew members when death in a Cornfield debris is spewed Over a Cornfield near Elkton md., where a pan american jetliner crashed after exploding in the air last night. This View taken Early today shows parts of the plane As Rescue Crews and members of an investigation team probed through the fragments. _ a wire photo Early today in the hit and run Lings and loan association he Accident. Heiden says traces of was mayor of Anderson from paint on the youths car was found parked nearby to the arrest of the Driver after Madison county his identity was established lion. He is Active in the Cham the Young Driver is said to Ber of Commerce a past presi have left the Accident scene i Dent of the Republican Lincoln because he became frightened club and past commander of capt. Richardson said this the Hockett Post american Lemming that the boy probably Gion. He is Active in the pres will face a charge of some kind by Terian Church and a former it crashed. The Federal aviation Agency the plane pattern near a Avo Way to Stop determined Assassin a policeman says hostages Are held by miners 4 americans Are detained in Bolivia la Paz Bolivia a defiant tin miners continued today to hold 21 hostages including four americans despite a troop buildup and an offer from president Johnson of full . Assistance to the government of Bolivia to win Freedom for the men. One of the americans Thomas Martin 27 of new York a . Information Agency officer contacted the . Embassy sunday night by radio Telephone for the second time since saturday and said that he and the other three americans were Well. He said they were being held under Strong militia guard but did not elaborate. Two men hunted Fri enters Case Stateline Calif. Apr Frank Sinatra jr., singing son of the famed crooner and film Star was abducted by two men at gunpoint sunday night from his Motel room just before he was to go on stage at a Casino sheriffs deputies reported. Several hours later police radio broadcasts alerted All units to look for two men for questioning. They were identified As Joseph James Sorce 23, and Thomas Patrick Keating 21. Officers available to newsmen gave no reason Why the men were sought. Nor were they identified further. Authorities said the Fri had been called in on the Case. Deputies immediately set up roadblocks on Mountain roads in the Lake Tahoe area already made difficult by three inches of Snow. Sheriff George Byers of Doug-1 a Las county nev., said a we still la i in think they Are in the area a on due stat Lods Agenda for president the California a Nevada Border. Sinatra is 19 years old. Sinatra or. Flew in his two Enine plane to the area Early to a from Palm Springs Calif. He was to Start work this mom Ning at Warner Bros studio in los Angeles on the movie a Robin and the seven Only three months ago he announced he would divest himself Federal budget including a of Nevada gambling interests postal to curb spending by by Frank Cormier Washington a Prest Dent Johnson a attention was focused today on the forthcoming budget including a dry it a in the fatal Accident. Hardscrabble wreck state trooper Paul Asa investigated a Headon collision at the ind. Is and 38 intersection at hardscrabble this morning. He reports that cars driven by sunday school superintendent there. Or. Mccullough is president of the Kaufman hardware company and a director of the citizens banking company. He is a member of the business and Larry Wood 728 w. 8th St., an Jsu udus by cd a a Tittle of the Der son. And Betty Watson or chamber of Commerce and has i Pendleton collided when one act be w retail i of Tho vehicles skidded on an vl8,on Many years. Icy Patch on the pavement j. A Garrett 18 a Hector o the four nor sons in hired Werp John j. Garrett inc. And is a Airport at by Oestreicher at an Altitude of less than 50 against the life of the president the hostages were seized Fri f int Roar i touted press International feet last week. Mavin the Potosi arca do Iii 8 58 . Est awaiting Clear Anre to approach Philadelphia new York up a the to a International Airport. Lice admitted today that a tons by entertaining Chicago underworld figure Sam Giancana at Sinatra a Cal Neva Lodge on Lake Tahoe. Ironically Young Sinatra was a it j. A it. A _. Touring with a band led by Sam president Victor Paz Eaton Donahue billed As the Tommy Soro called a Abinet meeting Dorsey band. Sinatra or. Rose today and there were reports ,0 Fame i h that group in he might decree a state of siege act younger Sinatra Sang the crisis was heightened by his father it grow songs. Angi government agitation be-1 ironically Young Sinatra my stirred up by vice president san at Harrah a Lake Tahoe Ouan Leehin leftist head of the Casino a competitor of his a tin miners Union. There a Cal Neva Lodge. I estimated to be Worth about $3.5 mating some defense installs million. Tons. He pulled out after the Nevada Johnson scheduled a morning gaming control Board accused meeting with Secretary of de him of violating state Regula sense Robert s. Mcnamara and a it was the other Means of Omar Padilla a there a Cal Neva Lodge. Dragnet operations were Day in the Catavia area shout retled by g Dorado Calli a a a 1 a. A in vent old 155 Miles Southwest of la Paz.1, .vi.riir, no fico because. Assassination we were worried cuban National was taken into a a loudly Sner once oceans to j a it a i. About a the detective said custody on saturday and hold then said Raymond Gregg of termed Assassin could have a someone could have tossed a in $25,000 bail for allegedly de on the pavement four persons injured were All brought to St. Johns hos continued on Pac 6. Column six a Lafayette club of via it past president of the East Side sponsors Ca pm Community club. Director of the Indiana automotive wholesalers association. He is a member and director of the Lions club and a member of the roads committee of the chamber of Commerce. He is ? a re a it j or Ellsworth has been an f Active Republican for to. To huh to Vii. A Cuvo Hep Ducan tor Many u it Bruin r an Christ years. He has been employ in a Ruhf my r n i i h i 11 8t Guy de lamp a vision for 24 Mas parts tomorrow night at year be is a Pas Raster 0f he Home of in Florence hos masonic a Jodie and a Ier North of the City. A pro member of the methodist Gram is being arranged for the Church. Event i mayor elect Allis said in an an organizing meeting of the Floun cing his appointment of or. Madison county tee age demo Rotruck As chairman of the Erat club was held sunday at safety Board a emr. Rotruck a the City Hall the group an service As former mayor of announced a party to be held dec Derson makes him exceptionally 21 at the Home of Phyllis har qualified Jor chairmanship of tis 1803 Jefferson St. Continued on a s. Column s Elkton a it was just like the Sun unwed was coming at me it was so Bright i lode at another witness. Henry Linden of Newark. Del., said it was apparent to him that lightning had blasted the plane from the air a there were two Large arched streaks of lightning in the air. J a a _ i a a. President Johnson in hand grenade under the car. Daring that he was going to kill spite of the record Security there is just too much to the president during the visit. Guard Laid on for the chief sex Eia borate ecu Tive s 24-hour visit to new Range ments for the presidential Airport a the Focht rom a h Vork Riff Trio started last week when it f 1porl the from Wash Yora City. Trip started last West when it Jungton. Newsmen were permit a if someone had wanted to 3s?, t0 watch the plane tax get the president he could have tend the d Herr h but they were or ered Toto an tend the funeral of Herbert h. Area surrounded by Iron rail by miners demanding the re the abduction took place just lease of two communist Union leaders arrested by the government. The government moved 1,000 troops into the Region around Oruro 30 Miles North of Catavia and said it would not give in to the miners demand. Within the California Border Stateline is 60 Miles Southwest of Reno. Joe Foss a trumpeter with the Dorsey band Tola officers he and Sinatra or. Were eating dinner in Sinatra a Motel room. Ii a t to e about 8 30 ., the Telephone a White House statement Sun rang and Sinatra Hung up after a Brief conversation. Day night called the seizure of done it a said a Veteran Plain Lehman the former governor set Blin the americans an indefensible clothes policeman assigned to who served two terms As a . Act 80 1 said president John at about 9 30, Foss reported there was a Knock on the door and a shout of a room two men one armed with a he said. A an instant afterwards in we in no server two terms As a . Dice Thuv War Ltd uni Ai Ina a the sky was completely it up by sundays protective Force senator. F0. A a in pro Ihunt Hon 800,8 offer of assistance a Bright Orange you could see a there is no Way to Stop a de at least one person was a entered his car include anything that might be the parts of the plane starting Ermine Assassin a a rested for making threats a a a a required. In Maii rpm never Hurst in asking to fill a a eng the n conceded How.i-= the la male trip from the the statement mid a the pres . The Mon Quot Quot she Quot �i�aboy.,r?1,7ca scum for to j Quot rss mob deputies said Foss told arrived to Start the i Vestiga a the 8 Rifle Hon. The area was cordoned off Haiet a a to ,.l i strict a Leto Tai i Kua Pou Cemen stood top every jobless the combined bands it an i continued on Page 6, column 7 How a in Quot it tip fro5.,the the statement said a the pres the i been a a a a. Temple Manu i on ident has been assured through j armed a gift it to it fifth Avenue la mid Manhattan j i deputies if in to i h lit la i where the funeral for Lehman a column them. A a i a tax .1 t a a i my. Aquai 1 and flares sent an eerie Over the torn blasted charred wreckage. Light a Phalanx of 35 motorcycle and spacemen surrounded the closed presidential car through of wreckage although one big by the Queen Marva an a Heights High schools �5antathelper says Jet eng me dug a Hole too Yards m0retl convert ble with its roof a concert next Spring at rut. Was held the Security was just flan concert a strict out the visit and the car itself Derson Highland and Madison they took the Small amount in the two menus Waueta then tied and gagged Foss with tape. Claims listed fess and hey b0 aped so Foss said a third Man might last month 523 residents of Gen Maxwet d. Taylor chairman of the joint chiefs of staff to go Over some aspects it the military budget. Top budget Bureau officials inclining director Kermit Gordon were summoned to review spending plans for the Justice and state departments the veterans administration and the Federal aviation Agency. Johnson told a news conference saturday that he and Mcnamara were making a study of defense installations to determine if any could be eliminated. An aide said one of the matters to be taken up during the Day w Ould be the possible consolidation of some military assistance groups overseas. Under a new Johnson decision the payrolls of these assistance groups will be slashed by to per cent within the next six months even if none is eliminated. Johnson worked in his office sunday until about 7 ., when he took what has become a routine evening swim in the White House Pool. Some of his late sunday actions included a an order that $234 million of i insurance dividends be paid to 4.7 million policyholders next month to help buttress the Economy. Normally pay menu would have been Strung out through the year. President Kennedy ordered similar speedups in 1962 and 1963. A Johnson offered the bolivian government any Aid it May b v snored convertible with its roof from the Home of Gregg. Small Down manned by several secret Anderson High schools gym bits of air plane parts fell on the farmhouse roof of or. And mrs. Henry Berry Edwin r. Tully special agent in charge of the Fri office in Baltimore said the flight re it continued on Pae s. Column 4 4heli please write despairing mothers a help please a so ends a Iet i contributions to the Santa Ter from the Mother of nine Claus fund sponsored by the children asking the Santa Claus salvation army and the Bulle fund for food clothes and toys. Tin. Are to be directed to capt but especially for clothes. The Dale m Tollerud salvation school age children can to go to army Headquarters 936 main school she writes a because St. The help that can be Given they done to have close sic and shoes she has five boys Ages 13, 12, to 7 and 4, and four girls 6, f and 2-year-old twins another Mother whose poverty is deepened by illness begs for heating Oil. A my House is cold now for i Only had Money to get 5 Gal of Oil yesterday and you no sic 5 Gal. Won t last Long. A her letter says. This woman does housework or other work when she is Able and when she has a Job but i she has been ill for six weeks. Her brother who lived with her. Died five weeks ago and her daughter is ill with near pneumonia. A i Haven to earned one Penny yet this week a she writes in a letter mailed dec. 7. A i done to like to ask for any thing but i done to Jao sic what else to do. I will thank you very much if you can help me a More than too applications for help mostly for fuel and food have been received already at the salvation army Headquarters where the Santa fund Aid is distributed grocery checks and fuel orders Are being Given out now. Ail cases Are investigated immediately and help in the Way of food and fuel Are Given at once. Depends Only upon the amount donated by generous residents today a report follows Anonymous donor 915.04 state machinery co., inc. 25.00 Guy Hawkins r.10.00 employees and patrons of Beacon pharmacy 15.00 in memory of Ernest kicker 5.00 in memory of Maxine poor. 1.00 in memory of Vera Margaret Antrobus 2.00 Hardin and son 10.00 j. E. Westerfield. 10.00 a Friend. 1.00 a Friend. 7.00 in memory of parents 2.00 or. And mrs. Oscar. Miller 5.00 mrs. Margaret Fowler 10.00 Howard and Viola iia Tzeli 5.00 Melvin. Stick 5.00 mrs. Elizabeth diet in 5.00 in memory of Theodosia Harvey. 5.00 in memory of Evelyn Chesterfield. 5.00 a Friend. Loo or. And mrs. John j. Bolt. 10.00 previously reported 1,155.00 total to Date ___$1,323.00 service men including James Donald Burris publicity chair Rowley chief of the Federal Man for the event announced Agency charged with the re today. The concert will be Given a possibility of protecting the at 8 . On saturday april president and his family. 25. Guest conductors will be two police helicopters Hov announced and tickets will be Arad Tver the presidential Cir made available in March. The concert will be the first combined program for the three local area school bands which have always before appeared As rivals As in the Indiana state fair High school band contest held every August. For the past three years All three of the bands have placed Well in the top five ratings. In the 1963 contest Madison Heights won i first place Anderson was third and Highland tied with Lincoln of Vincennes for fourth place honors. Anderson area and Madison the Anderson we including have been Landon a a a a order ,0 hum and re i Alexandria. Elwood and Tipton. Man Arr pm a Kay a a a 80m four american government filed initial unemployment in he a Ltd de workers kidnapped by miners Durance claims j. O. Arm. We a a nigh. 0 fore the release of Strong local manager of Tho floor. A a a f a Maui Stoa two Union official held on Crim Indiana employment Security fire rack l0"ard Mal charges the offer was said division said this was an in re Quot a her ,0�?o"d a tech. A include assistance crease of 52 from the months Nara a a a one Agen Puk Ming the loan of military la fore and was about 50 below la nor 3 a aplers and Crews the president discussed the shopping Days to Christmas the total for last veer i Mother is Sinatra first the number of weekly con due Hormer Nancy Barbat Blued maims varied front a Low a sported at her hoi of 465 to a High of 542 on la a the average approximately 503 shop for gifts in our and pages Jbv it i claimants filed continued claims Gene Evans Harrah a club spokesman for on the South continued on pay s. Column h Shore of Lake Tahoe said Young each week. A year ago in no in Ftp vember the w66klv was suite re s room was o Verner me weekly average was Fux r q Motel. Continued on pay column i 575. Jury will report Imlay on coliseum explosion Indianapolis up a a first use to be made of the i allover0 the state and nation Marion c000 8rand jury or building since the blast. Young Over As outstanding groups serving As committee for the concert Are Anderson school a principal Noel Douglass and George Vaught Highland High school. Principal David Rankin and Donald Burris Madison Heights a Robert Coiler and Francis Barker. a musical Der a Rve weeks ago to study insurance companies and Law the nitwit in at vers were watching closely the f grand jury action As More than combined state Fairgrounds cob i million dollars in damage Ujj h Seum for a crimes of commis suits have been filed by persons. We caught in the explosion. Some i intruder is to u ii i in bar Aion a. Estimated the damages asked t �?�.�?o77 fur in Legal subs would total seventy two Persona were in Raore than ,15 a Lulun Jared fatally halloween night More than 400 persons were when an explosion believed injured in the explosion with at caused by liquid Petroleum Gas least three remaining in critical tanks that were in the building condition at Indianapolis hos d in legacy ripped through a Gram stand Box Section just As an ice premiere revue neared a close scores of witnesses testified police last night arrested a before the grand jury. The 26-year-old West Side resident jurors made two trips to View who was found in the wonder blast on the bar. Pendleton ave and Bend Aid he Hue a Quot i Ricks St., where he had alleged-1 m in broken in through a shattered la cd a a 2�?o rear window. Everyday persons who saw or i follow ing a tip from a passer were it the explosion to police by a. New Board of safety mayor elect Frank h. Alii a announced his selection of a new Board of Public safety for the City to take office Jan. I. Members Ore upper left c. D. Rotruck former mayor chairman of Board upper right John j. Garret lower left Burton g. Mccullough lower right. Warren Ellsworth Secretary of Board. Officers William Recob and i Norman Johnson investigated. They also took in custody a companion of the intruder outside the tavern. Recob sent his k-9 cores dog a a Barons through the broken rear window and the would be and fire officials an Engineer expert and governor Welsh. Prosecutor Noble r. Pearcy ordered the grand jury investigation in an Effort to pin the blame on a particular source. It was not known whether the grand jury report would contain i robber surrendered upon being any indictments confronted by the police dog the detective William Davis and structurally coliseum which was not damaged by the officer Robert Baker assisted i blast was being readied today in the investigation according for a three Day livestock show to inspector Carl a plunger beginning thursday it is the petals. Meanwhile discount Gas co., Indianapolis which supplied the Gas tanks believed involved in the explosion has been asked by state fire marshal Ira Anderson to Stop any further deliveries and also to produce records of recent deliveries so officials can Trace any tanks installed recently Anderson said an investigation of the discount Plant showed major discrepancies in safety and weighing operations. The state weights Ana measures department said Scales at the Plant which were used to determine How much Gas was hit in the tanks were condemned a Purdue report indicated one of the tanks May have been overfilled heat from a Popcorn warmer forcing the safety valve open and setting the stage for a tremendous blast Kidnap do Frank Sinatra jr., 19, son of Singer Frank Sinatra was kidnapped at gunpoint by two men last night from his Motel room at a Casino at Stateline Calif. Young Sinatra also a Singer was touring with a band. A wire photo shopping crowd at High Mark stores in Anderson and suburbs had the largest crowd of the season to Date on saturday As the Rush of Christmas shoppers surged with Only a titties Over two weeks remaining until dec. 25. Merchants report thai Trade has been larger so far this year than in most previous years. Most stores Are open at night from now until dec 24, providing special hours for workers arid others to do their shopping. Favourable comments have been received on the Street decorations and in private Homes Holiday decorations Are beginning to appear Christmas Trees Are being purchased by thousands of residents at lots markets and other places where they appeared in abundance saturday. Cold weather Over the weekend with Snow. Is expected to boost tirade this week As the a season takes on a wintry look bulletin Board pages. I 44aw a 4i it 418 2 .14-1$ to births. Bovle s column. Child psychology. City briefs. Comics. Deaths. Editorials health column. H Oil v Wood. On the line. Radio. Social news. Sports. Stock Market. Television vol. Of Broadway what they say. Winning at Bridge. World today. Is 4 24 i u

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