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Anderson Daily Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 21, 1963, Anderson, Indiana 14 a pages 14 Indiana weather partly Cloudy and Cool tonight and sunday. Low tonight in Low 50�?Ts. High sunday in mid 70�?Ts. High yesterday was is Low 60. Low this morning 55. Anderson. Indian saturday september 21, 1961 vol. 79 no 157 Price ten cents boy Dies of Auto injuries eight Hurt Friday in traffic mishaps Gary Lee Randall 7, of 3621 St. Charles St., died Friday at methodist Hospital Indianapolis from injuries suffered sept. When he was struck by a car near 2020 e. 32nd St. The Accident occurred outside the City limits of Anderson. Eight persons sustained injuries in traffic accidents re skirted to police last night. The Randall boy. Son of Jerry Randall of Anderson and Joann Randall Parker of Noblesville sustained critical head injuries two weeks ago when he ran into the Street and was struck by a passing Auto. He was treated at it. John s Hospital and later was moved to the methodist Hospital in Indianapolis. Friends will be received at the Evans. Godby and Trout funeral Home at Noblesville after 71 of clock this evening. Funeral services will be held there monday at to a. Rn., with burial in Zimmer cemetery Noblesville. Surviving Are the parents paternal grandparents. Or. And mrs. Charles Randall of Noblesville maternal grandmother mrs. Len Nie Huffman of Brookland a sister Sandra Kay Randall and three Stepbrother. John h. And Bruce Goettmann and Ralph e. Parker or. Sheriffs deputies investigated the Accident which raises Madison county a traffic fatality toll to 27 for this year. Eight Hurt Here police inspector Robert Graham reports that eight persons were have scheduled a sym negro leaders said Friday slightly Hurt in traffic accidents marches sunday in me new Orleans police arrested 82 a a. My pact has one More obstacle critics will seek reservations monday six teenagers die i i in two car crash by Ernest b. Vaccaro Washington api the Senate has ended its general debate on the limited nuclear test ban treaty and has one More hurdle before voting tuesday on ratification. On monday the action centers on attempts by critics and lukewarm supporters to attach Reser ovations to the pact which would a ban nuclear tests except underground. Republican and democratic leaders have expressed Confidence they have enough votes to win ratification by a Large margin and to turn Back any reservations. One of the reservations is a proposal by sen. Barry Coldwater. R-ariz., to postpone the treaty a effectiveness until the soviet Union removes its military base and any nuclear capable weapons from Cuba. Although Only 15 senators have announced they will vote against the treaty. Sen. George d. Aiken a it a treaty supporter pre dieted Coldwater May Muster As Many As 30 votes for his reservation. Aiken a member of the Senate foreign relations committee said there May be fewer votes for a reservation by sen. Russell b Long d-la., to spell out that the United states has a right to use nuclear weapons to defend itself or any of its allies. Reservations can be rejected by a majority vote although ratification itself will require a two thirds majority a 67 if All too senators Are on hand. An unofficial associated press a a Survey shows 82 senators either by United pre International effect on continued protest dem annoy n de for or inclined to vote negroes in Many cities across on stations against segregation. For ratification. 15 against and three a Sens. Howard Cannon. D Flowers for first lady mrs. Ngo Dinh South Viet Nam s first lady holds bouquet of she stands with her daughter Ngo Dinhle Thuy 18, on their arrival in Rome today from Athens for a four Day stay. Mrs. Nhu a roman Catholic said she had no plans to see Pope Paul i. She is on a world tour to explain her government s stand in the dispute with baud lists. A wire photo negroes schedule sympathy marches Accident follows Post game party Lowell ind. Up a a High Speed two car collision following a Post football game party killed six teen agers late Friday night including the son of Lowell a police chief. A judging from the terrific damage to both vehicles it was a High Speed Accident a said it. Robert Mattingly of the Lake county sheriffs department. A it was Deputy Byron Peters said it was the worst Accident of its kind he Ever saw. It it a s a he said a a a a a these kids had never been in 1 we a Peters and his partner. Richard m a i i of Frahm. Were the investigating unit from the sheriffs office. It a first we found one body a he said Quot then we found two. Then four and then six. We did no to real ize How Many dead there were until we began probing around the a Small fire had started in the Carburettor of one of the cars but Peters and Frahm said they put ii out quickly. There were no survivors police move against demonstrators a mounted policeman moves toward pickets engaged in sit Down demonstration across the Street from a police station on new York s East Side yesterday. The demonstrators said they were protesting the arrest earlier of Willie Blackmon a negro picket who police said punched an officer during a noisy demonstration near the United nations building where president Kennedy was speaking. A wire photo Kennedy tax Bill by Edmond Lebreton Washington a republicans have told the people that Congress would be a playing russian Roulette with our destiny authorities said three of the if it approves president Ken youths died in route to methodist neck a cd Bill without a Hospital in Gary. The others were Brake on Federal spending. Killed outright. Bep a a in w Byrnes chief Gerald Griesmer. 15. Son of to cop spokesman on tax matters lie chief Robert Griesmer. Was presented the argument Friday among the three killed outright in night saying the tax Bill a offers the crash at the intersection of a Clear Opportunity to tie Down Indiana 2 and 5 three Miles East Federal spending but that goof Here Gross can to rely alone on Ken Here last night. A my my. I s Dummy. A a re 1 Nev. John l. Mcclellan. D-ark., Mory of four girls killed in the negro children and three adult. Cmith r. And Margaret Chase Smith r Maine a undecided. And Broadway they included Jam for S.C. demonstrations protest alleged discrimination ? during Ronni Gene Blackwell. I. Of sob in voting reparation. Weeks has averted 40.000 words five persons were injured in a lambing of a negro Church at supervisors during a singing clap three car wreck at grand ave. Birmingham. Ala., last sunday Ping March on City Hall Friday High St Keith Presnell. 20, or i Daleville Sandra Brown 19, 2906 ies As new York los Angeles Friday Washington negroes will a 3 by in b Jordan. A Idaho. A a. 1c and Boston. Friday Raleigh peal on oct. 15 to the . Sulho in an. Horton St. Gentry Greenwalt 16. Orrim Nyrl sch Char Rome court an Annalia to court became the lab a a Nav get 10 an reon Buie net Mio Kooi Woich i7 n.u., Ana rat Camona Ana pre me court an appellate court in against the committees to plan teachers event sept. 2. Speech May Hurt Nasa moan funds committees were named today by Frank Jackman United press International Washington it Ufir presi it was the worst traffic wreck in Indiana since the labor Day weekend when six persons were killed in a two a crash near Rockville. The Lake county sheriff s office said Griesmer and four compan ions had just left a farm near Here where they attended a Post football game party when their car rammed into another. Also killed were Gwen stack. 16. Cedar Lake Leonnard aus Gen the Apollo Man on the Moon pro in Robert Felder. 17, and Lewis Gram pending any substantive be Belshaw 17, All of Lowell and Foliations with Moscow for a Carole Jean Wilson. 18. Hebron. The Lone occupant of the other car. A a i r a i i Anil v liar Vaiuli i ail Apa Vlaic Tjui i a Mill int a a Fain it f it a 2127 Laurel Lane a a Estlle. A., a a arc added to Hie i my on what incr 11treaty and sen. Olin d. Johnston for an annual fall Fellowship Dent Kennedy s proposal for a joint probe. Others injured in traffic a Cal Richmond of the Samsu to ii Oid a a a d-s.c., removed himself rom the w be held wednesday a a amt a a Moon exp cd or. A Ert c Seamans Asao dents last night were Charles Ful Ujj Arjona Swiat Funfor Lite add a Mel Tena Quot tsp Acap a Quot a Toul Lisl by i will Anderaon Fedora Quot it a Quot a by c1�?o Nad admins Al 3d authorities said the car driven ton. 23, in wreck at 2323 Lafayette a a i a a a a Vinni a filed a motion Here Scekic Tovy a for it. Ian space Agency s manges of and added mat Kennedy by Belshaw crashed into the girl s St mrs. Ethel King. 46. Of 1709 Vas up mid j a Stai mint Rosolen thl a Tenn to Johnston said if the Senate re lion of teachers at the Law Audi getting Hie Money it wants for proposal proved that this Conn vehicle As Belshaw made a wide bittersweet re. Hurt at East Severy Amarin a matter legation Case. The motion a a the treaty a we Are saying Lonum. Ind. 109 dinner will i jog. Program try Quot a a. Cd turn from Indiana 5 into the nth Lynn and 27th its = mrs. Edna what his race bars a share of Sakl a s 1lool system that we have Given up All Hope to members and their bus ,1 Romulis and space at a news Conter nce her a Rahway apparently at hash White 44 or 3. Injured in a col pcs possibility for the bombing is a completely gerrymandered a a for peace and we Are telling the bands and wives. John Coates is c at vision with a car driven by Hor in Birmingham City officials not Only to Stop desegregation but world it must look Forward Only Genera chairman Ace Cook 312 Lincoln St. Were hopeful that the racial Cris to bring segregation Back to some to an endless dark age of Midi i re j Shettle social chair Wisepart. 2201 Central is move from the streets to schools. Ave., was slightly injured in an conference table. A two Man Accident at 1 20 a. In. Today at a Dja Tjon team appointed by 4012 Mounds re. Joint service tomorrow to go to Lara e buildings Birmingham next week to meet r r i president Kennedy w Al Are progressing with White and negro leaders in an Effort to Settle differences two White youths were bound Elmo a. Funk chairman of the Over to a grand jury without Bond Board of the coca cola bottling Friday for the pistol slaying of a company states that associated the administration it Nasa was Quick m a n n e d spacecraft Center Ibi v Reat it to deny Friday that the proposal Houston. Tex., Seamans said. Knocked a girls car backward War Aud Ever uru atoning nuclear Tan thi fcd7ration�?�ann,h, meant Here oud Bea sly a a a do a Quot in the recon we have an appear bal shall car was names Al a. Man of the federation announces in project plans to put two Amer Tunny to make this ofter is be Quot a a her in Jan Nowr r r the fouowm8 committees for the jeans on the Moon by 1970 cause of our Forward looking pro Quot Hen p011 Aruid i d a , mum her function Webb told Agency colleagues Gram this demonstrates we Havet u. I than x is i Art mss pal Gouldsbery dec the United states would continue been Able to accelerate our prob is Ost of of the mrs. Cynthia Temple Tram to militate this Type it of a need in the Wrector. Rothch one tee and chairman of the Senate m a a a a i. A officer described As unbelief cop policy committee gave the two held for by. Other Nasa sources Preah. Dieted the president proposal authorities described Ald he my would weaken the Agency s Cas Ejim As Good students and Roero treaty unenthusiastic support. A Leliwa a Vav in. R i Luckjr Lui i intr Pidi i vat a v Iii tiny. 4l ii i Quot 11 left i re la negro boy following the bombing builders contractors have com dvp<ls8c8 i la Iti y i ill i elsewhere in the nation plated about 50 per cent of the n \ i 111114.1 a to if Lvi Birmingham two off duty High company a Large new bottling i Fri Elf parched arca a Ai Wood publicity mrs. Sue Shettle food. Mrs. Ella Marie clock and mrs. Okal Swart entertainment mrs Ferda Mattingly sales mrs Emogene Bayer and hospitality Bov s death before congressional a proper hers of Well to do families they j Lions committees some of whose said none had been drinking Birmingham. Ala up it a members already have indicated the five occupants of the Bel i two Eagle scouts listened to a they would like to Cut the 15.35 Shaw car were students at Lowed Law new to i billion sought to finance the pro High school. Griesmer. The police maddened negro youth Tell a judge he. Your k chiefs son. Was considered a bal Friday they Latallo Sho his in source discounted any no a baht student of geology although i no i d i year old brother without provocation that the president by pro Only a freshman he already had vaults Frank Ion during sunday s racial Vio to ing a joins program was continued on a 3. Column is ire Anderson boy. Stupec ted Quot tons m w Way on the Apollo a a it j Larry Joe Sims my Michael project which will Cost an Esti r Iii or of rain has Laden Here this month of stealing an automobile owned make be far a Bot ,6 male l $20 billion for the rest of in Thor head of fir chief Herbert Johnson re by Howard Kins of Marion in that we Lor of Gerund vhf decade company s Large new bottling a Wates last night heard for Way a Iron were attacked by Piant building at ind. 67 and e u. 4. Waited cd a ne8ro Man on a it Tew town 38th St re rain came to the Northern part % t a Noil declare so occur Street Friday a fit Anu another of the masonry has been of Indiana yesterday but failed to i Bree in blurt As Tion of a missionary Quot extra Haz Roan was Stabl get it i i he shoulder finished for the new travel Lodge reach Anderson and the area con Rols because he Christian gos a Motel. Ind 32 and Mounds re mud a 0 per Ienco extremely Pel is an extra hazardous gospel War tag will have Little East to 0 Yaj mot0 v dry conditions Only la of an Inch a dynamite in the worlds powder a Luellon v Kinin flu Huluc have 50 units and numerous other r is Abiy As he keynote the n. Features. Church of gods fifth world mis to i he arrest. Sions convention meeting Here. J. A a a a or. New War Ings about extreme City Hist night were Appel ended a built Bond the maximum pen these sources said the admin guests from the Anderson area Ejup in a h aril he hearing to caution in setting any Type of out Here Early today by local police a to m Cape a Cage is a Mabama is ration still wants Congress to swelled the audience in Warner n a Fri t i door of Rea Ter a Chase that end Das is death. The White youths have appropriate the Money to finance auditorium to Over 3,000 As the police chief John Holden and do a wednesday Edgewood officials yester la it Marion vehicle ran Down a deep sign pm confessions in the Case the program authorized for the week end program opened. Three inspector Robert Graham report asked residents of that area to embankment North of the parking James Ware 16 testified Sims current fiscal year More mass meetings Are sched that five men were arrested at Washington <up1> a sen cease crinkling lawns while one i for St. Mary a Church and Fred two pistol shots from a to but one official admitted the tiled 7 30 a m today on gaming ate committee hearing on crime.,of the towns Well pumps is being overturned the boys tried to tor Scooter driven by Farley program had been sold to con speaking at 7 30 of clock tonight charges. They were taken into featuring Gangland Stool Pigeon repair escape on foot after wrecking the Ware said i younger brother. Grf sri a the a Sis 01 a Rop coition will be the newly appointed Prim custody at a Shoeshine stand at Joseph Valachi will open next so far no sprinkling ban has car Virgil was struck but the bullets. Sipal of the Kingston Bible in 16th and Meridian its. Wednesday at 10 30 a m. Edt. Lieen issued for Anderson. Ranney officers Leo Adams Rex Ami died minutes later a tit Ute Kingston. Jamaica Rev. Officers Dale Vaughn and instead of tuesday morning As Wells Are still providing enough two Mac Oscar Chappe and Ware told the court he was James Earl Massey Detroit. Gen Lucius Teague conducted the raid originally scheduled the change water for the City although their pad by Emerson caught the boys peddling his bicycle toward Home and j i a r eral service speaker this morn on a suspected poker game the was made to avoid conflict with level is reported Low. White River m they ran Down the Pennsyl and Virgil was Riding on the Quot Quot Lutcy Al Dancu Rul with Russia and it would be Dif continued on Page 3. Column ii my was Rev. Paul Tanner exec vice officers Tive director Here of the Church s and Money. World service division Nimax to the convention comes sunday during a worship com Munion service at la a in in we Arner auditorium with Rev Ross Minkler Louisville by. Delivering the Sermon All congregations of the Church of god in the City will join in hosting the session expected to attract some 5,000 persons. Tonight the Rev. Or Massey a subject will lie a a go with god Quot the Rev. Or Tanner who Heads the movements fund raising and Steward hip Arm it poke at 9 to of clock this morning on the theme. A a Triangle of in 8 30 a in. Services in local congregations sunday missionaries from Over the world will occupy pulpits As guest speakers others will speak during evening senders. Or Judd for 20 years a Mem Ber of the House of representatives and former missionary to both North and South China observed last night in his address that to be a Christian missionary today is in an extra hazardous occupation a because of the lands to which we go continued on Page 3, column i confiscated cards tuesdays scheduled Senate vote a on the nuclear test ban treaty. Is also at in lowest level in Sev Vama a inroad track eral months the Trio handle bars when Sims fired May Fie arraigned in juvenile when Jefferson county Crimi i Cirl is Siovich court. The car w As completely j Nal court judge Ellis Watson an Ujj Harlow owner of a mar wrecked the youths were not flounced following a preliminary a Vili a. A Stearm. That Ute la. .�-cu., youths would lie denied in ind hat must hold a record last their mothers broke into sobs. Nii Fht someone broke into his store Farley slumped in his chair at and stole a Quantity of Money chanter to meet he Tounsel table and so re owned i that was being collected by neigh _. His Bead in his arms. Both cried Bors and friends to Purchase an the Mali flit county b r a c h softly. Artificial leg for Karen Ronnen chapter of the myasthenia glans i Orene Ware sat stood try Berg. Is whose leg was amp foundation will meet at Madonna throughout the four hour hearing rated this summer As the result1 Hurt in the Accident. Myasthenia Hiravi Hall St John s Hospital sunday and later described it As afternoon at 2 30 with the Prest j about 50 Whites including cadent. Don e Collins in charge hives and friends of the defend or. J e tether of Indianapolis its and about a dozen Negroe it will lie the guest speaker. I were in the half filled courtroom of an illness the sum taken could not be determined today but it included about 1350 that had been contributed for the new leg methodist. Eur churches to form i United Demon Bullion Nedy s Promise to hold spending Down. A it is time to judge the administration by what it does More than what it says Quot Byrnes said Over the Abc and lbs television and radio networks and the Mutual radio network. The Republican reply to president Kennedy a Appeal will be continued tonight when rep. Thomas b Curtis of Missouri Speaks on neg television and radio at 6 . Est. The networks All of which carried Kennedy s speech wednesday night made equal time available to the Republican National committee. Byrnes of Wisconsin contended the administration is taking a an unprecedented Gamble with the entire economic system of the United states and that if a this Long shot does not come through 3ioo billion May be added to the National de t before the budget is balanced. Byrnes senior Republican on the tax writing ways and Means committee is proposing an amendment making the tax Cut inoperative unless the president submits in january or earlier spending estimates not above $97 billion for the fiscal year that began last july i and $98 billion for next year. Byrnes termed these a comfortable requirements for a Quot reasonably prudent administration with a Congress pledged to spending they would represent reductions of about $1 billion from the spending level now in effect and probably a substantially deeper Cut next year. But Byrnes said the limit would permit $4 billion More expenditures this year than last. He said if spending can be tied Down Quot future cuts will be a certainty As our Economy expands. Promise Are not enough Byrnes said. A what we need is a firm in 1 continued on Page 3. Column 7 Man recovering c from gunshots Roosevelt Carter 38, of 1626 w. 119th St., was slightly improved today at St. John s Hospital from three Bullet wounds he sustained Early Friday morning the shooting occurred at 629 w. 12th St., and police Are holding Willie f. Anderson 1203 Hendricks St. For i questioning in the Case. The Gaiter shot is no relation to Roosevelt Carter of the Carter electric co. Police state officers today continued ,4. Gation of the playing of four valuable Hunting dogs owned by harried s. Zimmei Ling former vey Lasley a to own general manager of guide lamp does we re killed Early dision died Friday morning at nday Moorning by an unknown Reno Nev he and mrs k in on Haa announced a guide lamp Dies Fred s. Kimmerling Merle a had lived in Genoa. Carson Valley Nev., for the past to years or Zimmerling was with Deleo Remy division from 1920, $350 Reward for apprehension of the culprit. A a a. I ii a two deny Bank robbery Indianapolis a Rob. Chicago i apr thirteen Bis eur Church would act on the churches and the evangelical and after his graduation from Purdue Ert c Oley or 25 Indiana a. Hop of the methodist Church and proposal at its 198# general con reformed Church Ference in is Ichita. Followed by th3 iw�hmmh4 the proposed merger could was transferred from hrs 5 j-1 2�?s a action at lower Levels pave the Way for further method Church have unveiled a plan to methodist Bishop Glenn r Phil is Union the evangelical United Brethren action a a lower let is University until 1929, when he irob7 if -4 Roachdale pleaded innocent i riday to charges of robbing he la Burlap Quot Suwar z to Quot to s�.3. At in England where become enral manager a Efu pfc 5 Tomato Harvest continues Good a report today from the Indiana state employment service noted that 55 per cent of the tomato1 crop in Madison county has been harvested. Picking is preceding at a rapid Pace at present v6q person Are employed in various. Phase of the Tomato pack no work in this area. I form an la million member United lips of Denver joint president of he noted . Methodist Church the Chicago meeting with eco methodism has its origin in the def a Reuben h. Mueller of in 18th Century there has been Dis to general motors Headquarters the Pian to unite the two de termed the plan a Cussion of merging the methodist olives in Detroit and from there nominations of parallel history a to strengthen the proles Church and the Church of eng went to a spark plug division of Industrial division leaders several members of the Anderson Industrial division met Friday to pick up supplies and Chart pions for the forthcoming Madison county United fund Campaign which will be launched on sept. 30 in the photo Ore from left Everett Jones Container corporation of America Gene Rummel Anderson too and engineering Robert m. Wagner guide lamp general chairman of the Campaign last year and a co chairman of the Industrial division this year Wilbur Martin Anaconda who is chairman of the Industrial division and Paul Newbern Nicholson file. All members of the Industrial division will meet wednesday at the Myca at 5 30 . Where Campaign plans will be announced. The sum of $463,500 will be sought to support the programs Ond activities of 23 major of agencies during 1964. Was announced Friday following a taut voice a a land As general manager retiring in two Day meeting in Chicago talks attic More we get together As the methodist Church with a 1938 because of poor health and study have been under Way protestants the More we strength membership of ,234, Tki by latest during his residence Here or. In our cause a Bishop Phillips figures is the largest p Testant Kimm Erlma was a member of the Anderson Al Wains club scottish for about eight years. The target Date for final Mer said. He cited criticism of the denomination in the United states gee is 1968 another joint meeting fact that there Are some 200 prot the Kub Church with ome rite of Lundt Anapolle wild various in Nashville in december will re extant churches and splinter <a0 too members including Church Fine the plan for submission to groups quotes in Canada was formed in 1946 a a the methodist churches general the announcement followed re by a Union of the evangelical y 10 conference in Pittsburgh next cent merger moves among other Church and die United Brethren Lam 10 beep or2fliz several in Spring protestant churches including the in Christ both organized by go re atrial companies there. Approval there is Quot ainu Geer United Church of Christ for in to Man settlers in 1800 and following he was the son of the late i faulty a a spokesman said the by the congregational Christian doctrines of methodism. I Cunt Muecki in Pue column is bulletin Board pages births. I child psychology. 4 City briefs. I comics. It deaths. I editorials 4 radio 4-16 social news. T sports 6-7 tet Evision 4-�?� voice Al Una div 4 what they say. A

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