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Anderson Daily Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 11, 1963, Anderson, Indiana Pages Anderson Indiana Indiana weather considerable cloudiness colder through tuesday with occasional Light Snow flurries. Low tonight 13-18. High tuesday in mid 20s. High yesterday 33. Low today 22. Monday february la 1963 vol 78 no. 279 Price ten cent theft of diamonds reported new statements hurl criticism warm9 reception is set for to hell who needs the secret service president Kennedy hot hts guard augmented by two Rifle toting youngsters his daughter. Caroline and his Nephew Stephen Smith jr., As he almost goes for walk in new York s Central Park sunday. He changed hts mind when he sow a crowd gathering and headed Back to apartment building of his brother window Ond sister or. And mrs. Stephen Smith. A wire photo by Rene a forges Inagaki Tokyo it a it a red China rebuffed a soviet Union overture for peace talks today demanding that the Kremlin dump Yugoslavia As the Price of such a meeting. A there can be no reversing the verdict repudiating the modern revisionists of Yugoslavia declared the peking people s daily voice of the chinese communist party. The editorial broadcast in part by peking radio obviously replied to the bid by the soviet communist party sunday for talks by soviet and red chinese authorities As a prelude to any world conference on the communist rift. It hinted that the russians seek a meeting Between Premier Thrush Shev and Mao Tze Tung. Peking called two weeks ago for an International communist gathering to Stem a disunity trend which it said has brought the red bloc to a the Brink of the but the Peoples daily walked at Moscow a suggestion of a preliminary meeting Between the red Powers. The paper insisted there must be no deviation from the theme set by the 1957 and 1960 Moscow meetings of communist parties which denounced yugoslav a a revisionism a As the chief menace to communism. A the revolutionary forces of the world will under no circumstances permit the Export of counter Revo ution by the Tito group differences in the International communist movement should be resolved Only on the basis of the Moscow declaration and the Moscow statement a the paper said Khrushchev has welcomed Tito Back into the Kremlin family since then. The two have been peking a chief antagonists in the ideological Battle Between Khrushchev a policy of peaceful Competition with the capitalist world and Mao a polity that the capitalists will have to be overcome by War. The soviet communist party Organ pravda in a Long editorial sunday insisted that any world conference should be preceded by soviet chinese talks to a Clear away All the extraneous and irrelevant Tanker till 39 aboard is Bein Quot hunted sons tinting communications Between ourselves and the soviet Ball said. A we will see How things Over the weekend the cuban situation was by far the most popular subject discussed by members of Congress especially continued on Page 6, column 2\ an Engineer from White Plains n y., and Peter Morton an architect from Boston said hundreds probably died in the defense of Kassemos office. Tie Premier shot it out with the attackers until Dawn saturday when his ammunition gave out the americans said air plane passengers arriving Here and in Tehran agreed that the rebels had consolidated their hold and were being opposed Only by last ditch communists. In Washington. Undersecretary of state George w. Ball said the j new governments chances to sur a Vive look Good. He said he doubts that Kassemos overthrow was inspired by president carnal Abdel Nasser of the United Arab re pub a lie. Although the new regime probably will be Friendly to Nasser. Ball said Kassem had been moving from neutralise toward communism. To the extent that the new regime is anti com must Arni can keep order these Are Good omens Ball said. Need Sov Iet Aid Tokyo it up a prime Minkler Hay Alo Ikeda stud today communist China is incapable of developing nuclear weapons or even waging a conventional War without help from soviet Russia. Proposes tax break Washington u pm sen. Gliomas j. Dodd a Conn. Today proposed a $1,200 income tax exemption for persons paying College Bills. I rigorous weekend is had by Frontier in by Frank Cormier j Kennedy set such a brisk Pace Washington it apr it was a that it almost seemed he was vigorous weekend on the new training for a 50-mile hike of his Frontier president Kennedy took own. His wife on three Short hikes and fifty Miles became a magic atty Gen Robert f. Kennedy number on the new Frontier aft walked 50 Miles in 17 hours All or Kennedy Learned about a 1908 in the cause of physical fitness executive order in which presi Ethel Kennedy the attorney Dent Theodore Roosevelt pro general a wife added to the Aura claimed this distance an a Propri of vitality by declaring shed web ate fitness tests for Marine offi Home twins to the Busy routine cers. Of her family of seven at the president s suggestion. Bul Ethel who is expecting her 20 marines will take the Roose eighth child in june added there veil Tost at Camp 1-Cjeunc tues is no medical evidence to Indi Day. On Friday volunteers from Cate twins Are in the offing the White House staff and press the one discordant note was corps will embark on a similar sounder by Joan Kennedy wife expedition of sen. Edward m. Kennedy d Robert Kennedy jumped the gun mass. Joan wrote in look Maga on these endeavours saturday by Zine that the president because walking 50 Miles from Washington of persistent Back trouble can toward Thurmont. My the 37-barely pick up his 2-year-old son year old attorney general was a or companies by four aides who fat reporting that Young John now tired before the finish line. Weighs about 35 pounds the White the attorney general reached House said a the presidents Back his destination at la p.m., attend is improving but his son is get de a 9 a m. Roman Catholic Ting heavier Quot mass the next morning and then of president Kennedy a Back is went ice skating slowing him Down this Wasny tev president Kennedy and the first Ideal sunday during his three lady started their walking Binge walks with tile first lady. J continued on Page 6, column 2 i members of the City Council will hold their regular february meeting tomorrow night to consider ordinances for rezoning lots 93 to 98 and lots 147 to 152. Including one Block on main St. To tx1 used for an insurance office also before the Council will tie a measure for rezoning lot 503. K. 23rd St., for an insurance office. The Council will act on a measure revues addition of a credit and collection officer to the City Light department staff at a salary of $4,800 tier year mrs. Marie Riggs City clerk states that von Cochran president of the Council will of in charge of the meeting bulletin Board pages births Boyless column child psychology City briefs comics. Deaths editorials health column radio social news a sports. Stork markets television voice of Broadway what they say world today. Plan state convention the Indiana Baptist youth Fellowship convention for 1963 will be held in Anderson april 19 to 21, with the local first Meadowbrook and Mounds Baptist churches As hosts. Planning for the event which will bring about 1,000 Young people Here is under Way under the direction of general committee leaders from left Are Carol Franks seated Thomas Ruge chairman of the convention appointed by the state organization Ann Phillips Sandy Clark and Charles Maxwell. A i Rrok inca f / a it til some men give their wives All Tow credit but no Ca ii. Bulletin photo

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