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Anderson Daily Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 20, 1963, Anderson, Indiana Anderson Indiana Friday september 20, 1963 vol. 79 no. 156 Price ten cents police Parley staged the Indiana chapter of the police communications association held its quarterly meeting Here yesterday at the police badge and gun club. Capt. Oscar Sykes head of the Anderson unit we corned the guests at a luncheon and in the afternoon the radio officers were taken on a tour of i he new Delco Remy engineering building. Thirty members from fort Wayne Muncie and Indianapolis attended the quarterly conference. Responses were made by mayor Ralph Ferguson chief of police John Heiden sheriff Paul ravage and others. Among the guests were Frank Campbell of Indianapolis National president of the organization and Robert Crocker of Indianapolis state president. The Sasso elation is an organization for police radio men and others in police communications departments. Lewis Stamm assistant to capt. Sykes was among the official hosts at the meeting yesterday discussion in the conference entered on problems in police communication encountered during the year. A. Elwood fire chiefs car Burns Here the Elwood fire chiefs car caught fire while chief Clarence Deaver or. Was driving in the 2100 Block on Broadway in Anderson yesterday about 2 45 ., and approximately $2,000 damage resulted. Both Deaver and Bennie Freeman a fireman were slightly burned and were treated at Community Hospital and later released. The damaged car was towed Back to Elwood. The Blaze started from a faulty transmission. Fire destroyed the Menoro a tsp a and the Clun Welthe Boiku in Outing of the Anderson Cham a Large trader Home on Mounds Congo and friends ing committee Ber of t Commerce to i held Mon re it Este Day. Flames Restit have been Mvi cd l0 preset the 136-year-old Church now has of a Evenmo at the Anderson exp s among the special guests will 3,400 members. Country club under sponsorship me babe Quot was owned by Bill Sevy i Quot mrs of a a Ltd Quot president says Gold War May re easing special Assembly May be called if court kills tax inspect Cornerstone site in charge of sunday morning Cornerstone laying ceremony for the new first methodist Church Sanctuary at 12th and Jackson sts., will be Roy Roudebush left or. Robert w. Fribley Center and Ward k. Stilson assisted by the ministerial staff and other Church leaders. Or. Roudebush chairman of the Church historical committee and Long a Lay Leader will place a Box containing mementos of the occasion in the Cornerstone. Or. Stilson building committee chairman or. Fribley senior minister and h. E. Hudson chairman of trustees will set and Seal the Cornerstone for the $2 million Structure and Church Plant. The Sanctuary is expected to be ready for use by novem Ber of 1964. Methodists will Lay Cornerstone Cornerstone laying for the new Chapel and a Fellowship Hall Demillion edifice of the first signed to serve 650 around tables. Bulletin photo chamber will have 275 at fall meeting by Hortense Myers United press International Indianapolis up a governor Welsh said today he probably Quot would be forced to Call another special session of the 93rd Indiana legislature in the event a sales tax enacted in a previous special session is ruled unconstitutional. He said if he did Call a special session he would first Call a special election to fill several vacancies in the 150-membership houses. Welsh reached As he was Enro Ute Home from a ceremony at Mishawaka honouring Indiana employment Security division director Lewis Nicolini was asked what Steps were under consideration if his Appeal to the High court from a ruling unconstitutionality were upheld. The governor said Quot i make any final decision on what to do until after the court has ruled. But he added Quot a special session is one possibility. And if there is a special session there should be a special election. I would want to have a full legislature so there could be no arguments that some areas were not Welsh said he feared at the state s financial situation would be in such a condition if the tax were invalidated that Quot i would be nearly 300 persons Are expected forced to Call the legislators Back Ray Stone laying 63 years ago for the Gram will open la Elsess my Adalid a beef and iia Tion. They Are Joseph Zeagler is a Mara sry Mufasa a a Kirk and go a Quot a cured. Tile two came Here re d Lack the Rev John e. Siner will offer features of mondays program gently from Michigan City. Net a irs l prayer Wliam f. Will be an address by or. G. Firemen were called earlier Babcock mrs. Audio Ryan an Rama fort in a Riv Herbert True research and Edu thursday to 415 main St., by a $2 methodist Church will be held w. R. Dunkin and sons Ander sunday morning at 10 20 of clock son is general contractor. Ward to attend an annual fall member again. The sales tax measure which also contains a corporate income tax was enacted in the dying hours of a 40-Day special session last Spring. Staff to participate a Public relations commit the lawmakers had counted on the Cornerstone laying pro tee headed by Russell Merritt income from these two taxes to with a hymn three firms will be honoured for pay for Public schools and ins Titu who were present at the Corner Cial problems Indiana also has another possible crisis in the making. A Federal panel of three judges is deliberating on whether or not to order the state to be re apportioned. Private conferences already Are under Way among the five Ana supreme court judges in an Effort to determine the Fate of Indiana s two per cent sales tax. The High court has said it expedite the ruling because of its importance to the future of the state. The tax had been held unconstitutional june 14 by Marion circuit judge John Niblack and never became effective. The state has lost an estimated $23 million in Revenue As a result and property tax rates throughout the state have been hiked because of a loss of state support to local schools. The Impact of the ruling was evidenced by the crowded supreme court room thursday As the Oral arguments on the constitutionality of the Law were held. Governor Wei so through his private at Tomel George Zazas urged the court to reverse enough of Niblack a ruling to leave a workable tax in effect. But Lloyd Dewester attorney for Indiana Al Cio president Dallas Sells who filed the original suit maintained the Law is wholly unconstitutional. Some nine or to grounds for invalidity have been brought into the Case including the question of reapportionment Indiana a state legislature has not been re apportioned since 1921. But the supreme court has not previously had to Rule on the question. A lower court decision holding the legislature to be non existent because of its failure to in addition to the states Anan continued on far s. Column 9 at new York president Kennedy walks through a cordon of photographers As he arrives at hotel in new York where he will spend the night. The president came to new York to address the general Assembly of the United nations. A wire photo Church of god convention to open tonight joint Effort Iii space suggested by Frank Cormier United nations . Apr president Kennedy said today the world May have reached a a pause in the cold he suggested it be dramatized by a expedition to the Moon with the two nations pooling research and experience in space in a major foreign policy pronouncement before the United nations Kennedy said the negotiation of a limited nuclear test ban treaty which he predicted would win a overwhelming endorsement from the . Senate next week could prove a the Start of a Long and fruitful journey toward peace. And he said it might be followed by a joint american soviet Effort to place the first humans on he Moon a not As the representatives of a single nation but the representatives of All in his address prepared for de livery to the 18th general Assem v twi Japan to serve As mediator by Patrick j. Killen United press International Kuala Bumpur Malaysia up a time minister Tenkku Abdul Rahman today welcomed Bly Kennedy also called for Steps toward disarmament and a broader test ban abolition of racial and religious discrimination everywhere and new efforts to strengthen the United nations As an instrument of International cooperation. The presidents address had Beal awaited with mounting interest because it followed by one Day a generally conciliatory talk to the general Assembly by soviet foreign minister Andrei a. Gromyko. Blaze in the Gentry Cabinet shop. Smoke damage resulted from a fire that started in a motor. Loss was nominal. Four dogs Ward wan. Or. Babcock is the mateys will read from the scrip Herbert True regard and Edu oldest member of the Eon Ereca Ture or. Fribley will deliver the National director of the National oldest member of the co Grega morning message labor foundation author and toe Church leaders state that any Ray r Roudebush chairman Turer. Other Long ago members of the of the Church historical committee c. A. Stevens will give an a Church or friends who were ores we he in charge of placing a Chery demonstration and there ent at the ceremony in 1900 also sealed Box containing Church to will be a casting demonstration. Mentos in the Cornerstone and Anderson College singers will pre continued on Page 2, column 8 sent a musical extravaganza j will be welcomed. The seven above Are still on the member an i list of the Church. In Case of \ a a we 11 loll ran service will be held out tic Mville us doors As scheduled but tribute Harvey Lasley. 1321 Nelle St we a he paid the Long time Mem has offered a $250 Reward for hers in the morning service at the apprehension of the person the state theater at la o clock. Who shot and killed his four Val ,ldin8�?~ movable Hunting dogs Early this methodist chinch in the state will morning in his automobile parts replace a 60-year-old building Vard at 1904 w. 25th St. Lasley which was completely destroyed told police that he kept the dogs by fire dec. 23. I960. Tile new chained at night about 50 feet facility is expected to be ready apart tor occupancy by november 1964, each of the dogs had been shot according to or Robert w. Fri through the head. Lasley said he Ley senior minister had paid $1,000 for the dogs when a time capsule of current re bes he purchased them some time and mementos will be included in ag0 the Cornerstone. 1 police Are helping or. Lasley designed by Arthur b. Henning follow clues to find the killer of Anderson in consultation with does Harold b. Wagoner Philadelphia to. The modified gothic Structure will twi twi if i to i earn i o work t or Birmingham peace Gromyko proposal received warmly by Bruce w. Munn la year ago the soviet Union Vig United pres International of Rousky rejected a United nations . Up Gromyko made these other a soviet foreign minister Andrei German Chancellor Kon Gromyko a proposal for an 18-na Rad Adenauer a government he Tion Summit conference on Dinar charged a a inevitably would try orld w j eve Luct a me it in Moscow found Gener to disrupt the efforts to ease the ally warm support among 5 Tama we awaited a a he in his Only reference to Gro Japan a offer to act As mediator Mykols talk Kennedy said in the crisis Between the new a we must continue to seek lion of Malaysia and neighbouring agreement encouraged by yester Indonesia Days affirmative response to this japanese Premier Hayato Ike proposal by the soviet foreign a said thursday he would like minister on an arrangement to to bring about an amicable set keep weapons of mass destruction element of the dispute Over a out of outer lays a a formation which led to with the reference to Gro a diplomatic break and riots in Mykols speech which also called both Jakarta and Kuala Bumpur. For a Summit conference on Dis Quot this move As reported is armament next year Kennedy Good a Rahman said. Quot Well give went on to make his dramatic consideration to it should Japan proposal for the joint Moon shot make a formal the Church of god holds the in space Kennedy said both Rahman scheduled nationwide first of four mass meetings Dur the United states and the soviet radio broadcasts tonight to Tell ing its fifth world missions con Union have Quot a special malaysians to million people of mention at 7 30 p. In. Today in furthermore he argued both developments in the crisis. He Warner auditorium e. 5th St., have agreed through the United was expected to explain the with or. Walter h. Judd former nations that they will make no state of preparedness ordered wednesday which caned up reserves strengthened the armed forces and put civil defense measures into effect. Rahman also called the first meeting of the malaysian defense Birmingham Ala. Api executive committee of Avo Dent Kennedy a address to lie no. Mayor Albert rout Well welcomed corp. He was the coach who built general Assembly to learn Ibe Quot nuclear weapons and today the appointment of a presi army into a National football administrations reaction to the. Of Aei Iver be de dental commission seeking racial Power during world War ii. Proposal which would mean a peace in troubled Birmingham. Shortly before Kennedy but he disagreed sharply with pounced the appointments bout 1964 and to Kift Oneriv Khrushchev Mea inc in8troy�d at the second 8tage a a an. Kennedy Khrushchev meeting Adua disarmament program Gromyko. Oher limited numbers Coukis negro leaders who urged Hresi Well told newsmen Many of Bir statements. Intact Quot until the completion Loray Ana coherence Wincn Dent Kennedy to Send troops to Mingham a troubles were caused Gromyko called for Particia whole process of general continued at two periods on City of the United states and the Minnesota congressman and mis territorial claims in space sinary to China key noting ses having prepared this backdrop Sions that continue through Sun Kennedy said Day noon. Saturday general serv i Quot Why therefore should Many a ices open to the Public will be first flight to the Moon be a at 9 15 . And 7 30 The matter of National Competition convention closes with general Why should the United states and Council made up of leading cab services at la . On sunday. The soviet Union in preparing for inet members and the armed speaker tomorrow morning will a Uch expeditions become involved forces chief. F be Rev. Paul Tanner executive in immense duplications of re there were these related Devieu director of the churches division search construction and expend pm ends a in London. Commonwealth James Earl Massey principal of a a surely we should explore j e j a to o n s Secretary Duncan Jamaica Bible Institute in Kings whether the scientists and Astro Sandy said or his return from ton Jamaica is 7 30 Gen nauts of our two countries indeed Kuala Bumpur that Quot we Are go eral service speaker. Of All the world cannot work to my to have a lot of trouble the Rev. Ross Minkler pastor rather in the Conquest of space from indonesian infiltrators along of the Larchmont Church of god sending some Day in this decade malaysians Borders in Borneo but in Louisville ky., delivers the to the Moon not the represents not enough to disrupt the new a Sermon sunday morning with com Tives of a single nation but the Tion. Mullion climaxing the Worsh p i preventatives of All humanity a Quot a we Are having is this Bat hour. Even though Kennedy said Thistle against an unseen enemy a registration opened at 2 of clock might become a worldwide project Small n urn Liers often coming today and conferences which will he emphasized the Quot special Capa continued on a s. Column if to anti Nimoh at two on nit of Trio i Toioi Chat a and the it 0 1maintain order in Birmingham by Quot outsiders both Wane and col Tion of leading statesmen of the a it a Nisete disarmament where the sunday bombing cry a Oredo who Quot have come in Here highest level in the Diseria Luh mom rat i Church killed four negro girls. And agitated to the Point where ment conference he propose for a people More the first half of next year its bushing Dencle Aried zones in various areas of the world. Kennedy talked to the negro they have made our poop Ite House thurs the Day. Five Birmingham Community after talking w Ith the negro represented at the Geneva Isar saturdays Agenda got underway soviet Union and used the term m a 1 11 Moscow will cooperate in is a in Park place Church j Quot joint expedition to the Moon Quot Lui i o i Cli a a ----1�?1 there was no doubt that he re of god. Leading the 16 sessions Are 30 missionaries of the Church Garden this As a possible Avenue leaders at the White hot ase thurs twee. Members would be the n it ions. And missions leaders from Gen of dramatic cooperation Between i Geneva Tisar Quot aral affirm tit uni urinal Polit War Advar a pm units Host include a Sanctuary Chapel and leaders will meet with Kennedy in loaders Kennedy urged co opera moment talks Russia agree on Banning nuclear. A a a i in anal rout paint her All Irmma. Government be �1 Aye Ltd Daiton j my retry things if the United states Andl re la Ich a a Ith pm jus. 1 or. Lester a. Crewe executive Sanes. But he also stressed that its Side on to tonight by Edmond Lebreton Washington a repel it education unit. Indiana Limestone Washington monday Hon and restraint by ail birding i we3dons from space will be the Basic building Ma-1 Boutwell applauded the Gelee Ham citizens and announced a Eves that this conference should Vve Pon amp front the i Quot Murk venal Hon of the former army football ointment of the two Man commis discuss both the question of Gen to Ian it i us Imp to 7000 Square feet of floor coach Earl Blaik and farm a a a eral and Complete disarmament Aillet As the. Acute Rita Caners re "injfflk.ti. A a res ise Toty of a army Kytta c. He i the Fri a i Aly and my unite measure to act Oev. Auk wame0 m the. Anderson general motor. We Mouy Cie t d Royal for Are Mikut a Ama. The Urther of it Tara Plant organization of which by a _ a _ a Ham. Praising them As Dis Vitorts to bring to Justice the per onal tensions a he said. I v41 11141dents in an informal session at record in Germany Cuba the Roo l. Stewart general manager git t to anguished and Awe men devoid sons responsible tor the bombing of a and Stegnia pal Gas or pal t1 and Pieu Ous Stevenson said the speech was assistant superintendent of Quality with president r Obert h. Rear elsewhere. Brake on Spalding. 113 to 1 Boutwell said he asked for the not aging de control at Delco Remy Plant 7.,Doni serving As chairman. Not w1t90ut Wab the reply to president Kern a a a a other sponsors of the convention and he said that the United Nedys a iadi0 and television Appeal in a d j a1 / l k. L t a a.-. Ma4 Giitl Paiit x l my Crin. I of guide lamp division is presi us head named Dent was Host to a luncheon and reception yesterday noon at the Anderson country club for members of the press and radio. A motion picture was shown of plans being made for the pm Futura a display at the 1964 worlds fair in new York City. It general motors is planning to construct a 230,000 Square foot building for its worlds fair Dis a plays. Or. Stewart welcomed the guests and reviewed the pm worlds fair program. Thirty persons attended the luncheon the general motors Plant Organiza Tion is composed of officials of the local pm plants both guide lamp and Delco Remy. Of the missionary Board such a step and others he aug of the Church if god one of gusted a will require on our part three organizations sponsoring the full consultation with our convention is chairman for the while holding Ait an Olive mass meeting tonight. Or. Judd Branch Kennedy indirectly be Beans Tell the nation tonight and Delco official addresses andr#00 collage slut Laboured the soviet Union for its saturday Side of the us dents in an informal session at record in Germany. Cuba the Story Why they feel Cong res . Chief Delegate Adlai e James f. Ault has been named 9 30 In of student a enter Congo the United nations my i should not Cut taxes without a Stevenson said the speech was assistant superintendent of Quality with president Robert h it Chesterfield w1elco, a a a a a and a people the cooperation of any who meeting monday in Hope of Par Gromyko a Quot emphasis on further according to f. M Lucas Plant i Tare willing to understand our Dif trying to Kennedy what he called t0 reduce tensions manager Ault will Sut ted g. Are the a Aid of Turch sex states f pot without j for toil ii to Union fag i pwt i i cuties and he genuinely he Irful the True Story of Birmingham. As usual or. L Gromyko m. Jennings who has been As tension and Home missions and civic ally in the arca of tat a1 Dis we Iaun bed this evening by i to their solution Quot the mayor said i As White and negroes continued claimed All Virtues for the soviet signed to the labor relations the National woman missionary Crim nation. I Roy All 58 an attorney once to study peacefully in de Segre Union and assigned All mistakes department effective oct. L Ault society was a state senator in North Caro gated schools in four Alabama to the West a Stevenson said. Is a graduate of Anderson High in addition to the saturday mass Jana cities a relatively quiet Day pro a but he vigorously applauded school and the general motors services highlights tomorrow will Blaik 66, to chairman of the continued Chi Page 2. Column 7f the test ban treaty which just Institute said Kennedy Quot the United states of America continued on Page 3, column s continued on Page 2, column is tax exemption is to be pro rated Man arrested in shooting Vern i Here today Indianapolis up a Indiana eruption even though the in Divka atty. Gen. Edwin k. Steers held Ual taxpayer moved out of state today that the Flat $1,000 per year during the year exemption Given Hoosier tax pay he said however the depart ers under the old Grot income ment abide by Hie Law and pretax should be prorated so they rated cases of estates of persons will get $500 credits for the first who died Between tax dates. Six months of 1963 had the most Liberal interprets in addition the individual tax lion of the department of Revenue payers will get exemptions for the employees been accepted the state Barre Gaar Garden store Man full year under the new 1963 and stood to lose As much As $10 Mil Ager of Gaar nurseries has been busted income tax Law. For an lion dollars _ i a �?----�?1 re �?~�?�5 a i Wlsh to emphasize steers Barry Gaar psychiatrist charged los Angeles apr or Phillip Andrews former psychiatrist for the veterans administration Hospital at Marion ind., was arraigned on narcotics charges in Superior court thursday and was ordered to file a plea sept 24.ui�ri a it Uwi a a Iti m a a tour this would his attorney said he is accused named chairman of toe1t0 $2500, assuming the said in the opinion a that the adet giving incorrect information on Field division of the fifth annual log adjusted Gross income tax act of narcotics prescriptions. Madison county inned r Uno opt Mon had Bem awaited 1963 was not presented to Ray of narcotics prescriptions of Flea Campaign. By the Indiana department of flee for an examination As to Cona graduate of r Revenue where officials were i Sutu tonality prior to its approval Gaar is University and member of us a Elded m whether or no the tax by the governor on april 20, 1963, ,. I Cham payers should be allowed the full nor since that and Anderson Cham Nul amp put motion under a a furthermore this opinion has Chesterfield Al warns club the Chesterfield and Anderson Ham i1 000 pm the exemption under Quot furthermore Bers of cot Merce and the Zirat Rew go Yod get a $500 been confined to answering the methodist Church of Anderson. Exemption or none at All under questions presented and thus is the Campaign will be kicked 0id Law. Riot to be construed As having off monday sept 30, at athletic steers said the 1933 Law clearly considered the constitutionality of Park in Anderson where circus states the exemption should be the act or of any sections or acts will perform and Max Ter prorated in the cases of people provisions Hune movie Star and entertainer. Who do not live in the state for there has been wide speculation and Anderson and county of the full 12 months. That a suit will be filed shortly officials will participate. He said by administrative inter testing the constitutionality of the too Many people Are revel be the sum of $463,500 is being Phat Ion through the years the adjusted Gross income tax astronauts a they think the world sought to support 23 agencies of Revenue department had gone steers currently is or record As rep. John w. Byrnes of Wisconsin. Byrnes senior Republican member of the tax writing House ways and Means committee has pledged to Quot oppose the tax Bill with every ounce of Energy at my command unless the House attaches to it a spending lid amendment he has drafted the conference of House republicans has endorsed the Byrnes amendment. Police were called to 629 w. 12th byrm a talk will be carried by St. At 2 23 am. Today to invest the Abc and lbs television and Gate a shooting and found Roose Salt to networks at 6 p in. A Audi veil Carter. 38, of 1626 w. 19th Standard ame today and by St. Lying in the Yard bleeding Mutual fade at 6ffi From three Bullet wounds. Carter 5tep Thomas a Curtis of i was taken to St Johns Hospital 80111 1 we speak on Abc Televik his injuries Are reported not Are Slon Dod raw at 6 pm. Saturday. Uhis Curtis is senior Republican Hou it 1 inspector Carl Whitmer de Manber of the joint economic i Tec Tives Clem Russell Rex continued on Page 2. Column 4 Toombs and Robert Estes responded to the Call they reported car Rill i fun Board tor has calibre wounds in his Dull Iii a Vertu right Hami left and thigh Tintinger said a Man who lives on Hendricks St near the 12th St. Address is being held for questioning but no charges bad been flied this morning the House Liere the shooting occurred is occupied by Barbara Anderson and Mary Wells. Police radio men meet Here off a Al it of the Indiana chapter of the police communication and radio association attended a quarterly convention yesterday at the police badge Ond gun club. Left to right revolve about them. The us during 1964. Ahead giving the full $1,000 sex i continued on Peg 3, column 7 Are Bob Crocker state president Frank Campbell also of Indianapolis notional president mayor Ralph Ferguson police chief John Heiden sheriff Paul ravage copt. Oscar Sykes head of the local unit. Bulletin photo democrats to meet a special meeting of the Anderson township democratic club will be held at Democrat party Headquarters on e 9th St., tue it. Day evening at 7 to. President Don Gregg will conduct the meeting. Page births. 2 Boyle column. 4 child psychology. 4 City brie. 2 cooties. Ii deaths. Editorials. Health column. $ Hollywood. A on the line. 4 radio. Ii social news ii-135 sports u Stock markets. Ii television a voice of Broadway. 4 what they say. Ii world today. I 18 pages 18 Indiana weather Cloudy and mild tonight. Partly Cloudy saturday. Low tonight in upper 50 a extreme North to Low 60 a South. High saturday in mid 70�?Ts. High yesterday 88, Low 54. Low this morning 60

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