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Anderson Herald (Newspaper) - August 20, 1967, Anderson, Indiana Anderson sunday Herald 1 vol. 55 a Puson Indiana sunday morning August 20, 1967 25 a jets line route to show support for . Servicemen Brown unable to get bail in new York new York up1 three new York bonding companies saturday night refused to Post bail for militant Black Power advocate h. Rap Brown jailed on charges of carrying a Rifle across state lines while already under riot indictment. Brown who has travelled about the country exhorting fellow negroes to get yourself some was jailed Early saturday in Bond after he was seized by Federal agents at 2 . Outside an apartment in the Chelsea Section of new York s West Side. Local officers of the student non violent coordinating com Mittee of which Brown is head had assured members of the organization in Cincinnati that his bail would be posted in time for him to address a meeting there at 9 . Saturday. But Jean Wiley an International officer of a acc said three leading bonding Compa Nies had refused outright and others would not accept the Case immediately. Miss Wiley Pleast turn to Pate 2, column s school officials to hear human relations speaker local City school teachers will be provided an Opportunity to hear one of the nation s leading authorities on human relations when they gather for the organizational meeting monday aug. 28, at 8 . In the Ander sen High school auditorium. Or. Beryl d. Orris will be introduced by supt. G. E. Ebbertt and bring to the nearly boo teachers and administrators a message of humor inspiration and information designed to Challenge the educators in their task of the new school year. A former student of both Sigmund Freud and Havelock Ellis or. Orris is one of the platform s most successful speakers. He is an expert in Many Fields human relations world youth movements mental please turn to Page 2, column 1 Good morning Start the Day with a chuckle Washington a not everything is bigger in Texas two texans Norman and Otto Moser. Told a Senate sub committee cows will grow big Ger in Alaska than in the Lone Star state. They should know. They Are members o the american cattlemen s association and have Large livestock holdings. Norman Moser estimated an alaskan cow would out weigh one o our Texas cattle by 100 to 150 pounds per head when full Gigantic sos Parade biggest 01 its Lype thus far in Midwest residents of Anderson and. Madison county with Large delegations from Many other Indiana communities jammed downtown streets yesterday in a show of sup port for american servicemen in All parts of the world. Authorities estimated that at least spectators lined the Parade route to watch the support our service men Parade sponsored by a number of Veteran and labor organizations. In of arts festival is slated Here for sept. 16 sos county residents were joined by thous Small segment of the More than 2-hour Parade through downtown ands from throughout Indiana yesterday As they issued an sos a Anderson prior to a Public rally at athletic Park. Peal support our servicemen to the entire nation. Pictured is a Herald photo Farmer admits fire deaths two Are after running gun Battle a running gun Battle at speeds up to 90 Miles per hour netted the arrest Early yester Day of two men in connection with an armed robbery at the Imperial service station located at ind. 9 and 67. Arrested were Viree Evans 16, 2056 Caroline St. And Rob Ert custom 18, 824 e. 21st St., both of Indianapolis. State trooper Tom Walker 42, of Greenfield said the pen Lelon slate police Post received a report of the robbery from the Anderson police department about . And As he left the Post a speeding Auto fitting the description of please turn to Pace 2, column 7 St. Cloud Minn. Church Deacon and gospel Singer has admitted shooting his wife setting the fire in which his four children perished and then lying up his own wounded body in an attempt to Transfer blame authorities said Satur Day. Farmer David Hoskins 30, signed a statement admitting his report of being bound and shot by five or six intruders who wanted to play Soldier was a hoax sheriff Peter Lahr said. However Lahr said the former army helicopter Pilot insisted the a deaths of his children were accidental. I Lahr said Hoskins statement told of shooting his wife Loretta 29, with a .22 Caliper Rifle and then shooting himself in the Chest ind Abdomen with the Bolt action weapon. After wounding himself with the death weapon and setting the Firo he tied himself to an partly sunny today. Fair tonight and monday High today 78-82 Low tonight 60-64 High yesterday 77 Low 63 Sunrise tomorrow . Sunset today . Outdoor clothesline pole and Only then realized his children were in the burning Lahr said. Lahr said Hoskins has not indicated the Minnesota nation Al guard warrant officer Fried to free himself and save the children but became entangled in the clothes line and was unable to work free. Hoskins was found Early Friday entangled in the clothes line and facing the burning building. The Church Deacon and gospel Singer told rescuers of being accosted by intruders who tied him and shot him. Lahr said Hoskins statement gave the motive for the shootings but the sheriff declined to reveal it. Lahr said Hoskins gave the new building the Anderson Board of works opened bids yesterday morning for the first phase of construct ing the Central services building for housing City vehicles. The work to be done with this. Bid i n c 1 u d e s grading excavation foundation roofing sky lights roof drainage and drive ways. Walls and floors will be included in a later contract. Bids received were from a. B. Cochran and son of Indianapolis w. R. Dunkin and son of Anderson and associated builders of Ander son contracts will be awarded on the Parade line of March included More than 200 units with More than 40 from nearby Central in Diana counties. It was labelled by state and local authorities As the largest Parade and rally of its Type held in the Midwest thus far. At a patriotic rally in athletic Park following the Parade veterans of service in Vietnam urged All out support of the nation s fighting men. Crowds started lining the curbs with hundreds bringing folding chairs and stools at least an hour before the Parade started at 2 . The biggest round of applause for any unit of the two hour see Page 10 of today s Sun Day Herald for a full Page of sos Parade pictures. Parade went to a u. S. Marine corp color guard that led the line of March. The Marine unit had been scheduled for the Parade for at least three weeks and then was withdrawn Early last week by a naval order Banning marines and naval units from such events because of possible political Imp Lica the Marine unit was put Back in the Parade Friday when it was Learned that the defense department a Washington had cancelled the previous order after a storm of protest had been raised by a Large number of local citizens in Telephone Calls and telegrams and after several members of the Indiana congressional delegation directed protests to the Pentagon and the White House. The enthusiasm of the parti turn to pane 2, column 4 please turn to 2, column j please turn to Paje t. Column i local Derby Champ beat in Akron race Roger r Inker Anderson s entry in the 967 All american soap Box Derby at Akron Ohio saturday was beat in the third heat by Stanley ran uni. 12, from Aberdeen Washington who gained Sec Ond place honors in the final race. Mark Handy 11, of Indian Apolis placed third id the All american Derby. The top nine winners shared in scholarship awards donated by the Chevrolet division of general motors. The first annual1 Festi Val of the sponsored by the Anderson Fine arts Center will be held from . To ., saturday sept. 16 at Al Ford House of the Fine arts Center 226 West 8th St. The gala event will feature an auction in a Large tent on the grounds Art exhibitions in Al Ford House galleries a variety of entertainment a lists at work painting and sketching paint in for children prizes and other attractions. It will be the largest single Community wide project held to Date at the Fine arts Center and a Large attendance is expected from Anderson and sur rounding area Center officials said last night. Admission is free. The auction will be of partic ular interest to Art patrons and antique collectors. The general Public is being solicited to do Nate articles for the auction with proceeds used to finance the Fine arts Center s program. Persons wishing to donate articles Are invited to Call the Fine arts Center 649-1727, and arrangements will be made for Volunteer workers to pick up do nations. Donations May include a n please turn to put 3, column s new arrivals in Anderson and Vicinity born at St. John Hospital Tot and mrs. Edwin Layton 237 Greenwood Way a Girt. Or. And mrs. Robert Hancock jr., 307 w. 12th St., a boy. Bom at Community Hospital to or. And mrs. Jerry Alex Ander 1632 w. 10th St., a girl. Or. And mrs. Timothy Burns 1212 e. 8th St., a boy. Or. And mrs. John m Ray 2927 Mckinley a girl. Or. And mrs. Michael Duck Worth 2124 Mounds rd., a girl. Or. And mrs. Merit Hedrick 1031 Silver court a girl. Emge whole or Holf smoked Ham in. 49c no. I while All purpose potatoes 10 ibs. Banquet Frozen dinners pay less super Market open 24 Houri daily army band struts its stuff the 7iih . Army Sand irom it. Was one of the outstanding units rating Poil in the support our servicemen Boradt held Here yesterday. Units irom the Marine carps and army air Force participated in he huge Parade. Herald photo takes own pictures Marina pvt. Harrington above of 2018 Cedar St., Efto has already served ont hitch in of Elnorr and who if returning to conflict area on completion of a Here was Busy yesterday faking his own pictures of various sos Parade features. He plans la some of fhe picture Bolc to Vietnam when Fie returns. Herald photo marines lower colors a forint corps color guard Lowers the Coors to Haff most yesterday during a Public rally and memorial service following fhe support our Parade. The Marine unit which Hod been withdrawn and then reinstated by Washington thousands of local pro less received outstanding ovations during the Parade and of the rally. Herald photo sick room and recovery room supplies Payne is apothecary int. 301 Anderson Bank bldg. Phone 642-441 i

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