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Anderson Daily Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 31, 1954, Anderson, Indiana 20 pages 20 Indiana weather mostly fair and pleasant tonight and wednesday. Abc cum Tueful Anderson ind Sono tuesday August 31, 1954 vol. 70 no. 139 Price five cents democrats will meet at Elwood District Outing will attract leaders candidates re. It i my i ski a leading democrats of Indiana the fifth District and Madison county Are to attend a fifth District fund raising dinner this Ven Tiki at 7 of clock at the Elwood c country club at which u. So rep. De Edmonson of Oklahoma one of the youngest members of Congress a Gill be principal speaker. Two Hundred and fifty persons Are expected to attend. Paul Hilsamer Marion fifth District democratic chairman,1 will preside at tonight a dinner which is being arranged by Arthur Noble former Tipton county chairman. It is to he one of the major gatherings of the party for Central Indiana during the Early part of the him Campaign or. Edmondson principal speaker will talk party Issue and others to be honoured West reels As Edc is killed by French Shadow cast new Rescue plans Asiatic defense Are pushed today three killed when Auto and bus collide police and firemen Survey the wreckage of Auto and a Chicago City bus after the two collided the City s far South Side. Three occupants of the Auto were killed. Only one passenger was Riding the bus and was reported not injured. Photo was taken by Robert Chibicki Amateur. A wire photo county City schools prepare for opening of fall semester div Pii Voith Midi cd qty Iii i t i Lull Mil ill spools to a pen this week us i Uusi Cuil and Anderson City and township buildings to open a week later preliminary activities Are under Way for Start of the new term when by John Scali Washington pm Secretary of state Dulles obviously concerned Over Lur-1 opens new defense crisis arranged to leave tonight for Manila to wind up negotiation for eight nation Southeast Asia defense Alliance. Frances death blow to the Long cherished european army project cast gloom Oyer his far Eastern trip. Before his departure the Secretary was expected to comment the French Assembly vote monday which scuttled the six nation european defense Community. Top aides said Dulles believes collapse of the european army makes a United defense against Indianapolis Una a new Hunt communes non Southeast Asia eve Quot and scheduled for Brief talks Are Floyd Harper Tipton candidate members of the Anderson City ar0u students will for Secretary of state John r. Rumril at u Moline last resume studies the City a a / a Quot v a a v More important. Walsh this City candidate for \ and pm mfg t by for the mysterious the eight nation conference he is Congress the 5th District and my passed through three read Ana county a a Ruth who Victor Lively claimed to attend was set up nearly i other men the state ticket. Sie 1 Vav by. A a which activities of Madison county a confession was with him and month ago As a Climax to Dulles by Preston Grover Paris up a the Western coalition against communism reeled today under Frances crushing rejection of the european army plan but Allied leaders rushed Forward new Rescue plans. By a 319-264 vote the French National Assembly voted monday night to postpone debate indefinitely the six nation european defense Community treaty signed 27 months ago after Long and troublesome negotiation to add German soldiers to Western military strength. The vote the procedural motion was a Clear Cut death blow to the France herself originally proposed. It would have joined 12 German divisions internationally controlled Force with French troops and those of Italy Belgium Luxembourg and the Netherlands. For three years Edc had been a Keystone of Western defense policy. President Eisenhower termed the French vote a a serious setback to the free world. Moscow a communist party Organ pravda was jubilant. Only limited Steps can be taken. Immediately unless the United states and Britain take a bold de Cislon to go ahead without France. Ruth a who Victor Lively claimed to attend was set up nearly a Buzzy beekeeper Earl Kellog Many deputies who supported. A. A a of Jirav Prtrt Lac the european army swore to vote additional party leaders expect a c1�,l ? schools will begin with the annual Dorothy Poore the night the 18 Campaign to prevent red Daggres a o against German rearmament with i Are Henry f. Shrike re and the a a a Institute meeting of of teachers year Quot of Dorothy was dam the sign a Indochina from sell Nemer d a Quot a a by cd Ltd it he Quot a a out the controls Edc would have m. C. Townsend former govern Quot to f a ,4 k thursday at 7 30 m at Tho Claypool hotel. Linto neighbouring areas. Reportedly contest it Floyd county fair provided ors Charles Skillen state chair rite budget was prepared by a a up prosecutor Frank f a i r r h i i h Ordy minor Points of a forma Charles City la. A smear of u g vexation noted Man it a run roil a Amtman special committee headed by coun High school auditorium Here with. ?.n?. V tro do Ron air to he worked out at inn it or mid Binnert a a action note _ Man mrs. Georgia alms Man i Man Parry i Wilson and it cd uni i u a promised a Ruth immunity from remain to be a Reo oui a Honey around his face and a put sources Here were aware1 state vice chairman. Pau but after numerous sessions of p rough officiating. Criminal charges should she a Jno a s Wak among i 54 beehives that american vexation already Washington go a weakened Ler. South Bend National com Jim. R l Roren minister of the Pear and Clear us several Points up k 1 a countries provided Kellog with a has been reflected congressional Hurricane Carol switched its Atlan shifts Day Mittleman. Heading the democrats from issues the budget was Cut by the robcr1s Park methodist Church the Case. Issues inc midget was Cut by the Indianapolis it speak the Ponce f funding would be the United states Brit cr0vvhng crop. cd. a i have not been satisfied. A Ion county at the Large Elers a be Rouos a subject a changes and with All Points of inc Story told?1&Quot Ance the Philippin tto i Wood party gathering will to Council Witham of hrs and teachers a a a elect their Dele by the 26-year.old texan who has and aus, county chairman c. B. Carl f k a. Jasut Burem Ibold t0 ,al1 state Donven signed a confession that he Stran pals but he Alliance let uld Wright and county vice chair Man Madge Mitchell. All county e m Davidson candidates will attend the Din of works chairman and controller Tion. most county schools Puner. Salling will rebuild Mill Pils will report Friday of this mayor Noland c. Wright attended foe it Roto ent pad Reg traction and will begin classes the meeting asserting that the. Tnp slav sent 7 City a financial condition was the a to .2 Linn a Host two years and commend no a a i Quot Andes Quot a Quot Dur a a 7r Tho Low budget and Levy. 5chools�?T Pup is we Quot report or sled the Clinton girl when she re pc ,0 any additional nation listed his advances. Her decor , re81on which might want 10 posing body was found stuffed a Ater _ a Dresser drawer three Days after the july 16 slaying. Two commercial artists Drew a composite picture of the unit anti a regular meeting of the Board it fied Ruth la ply approved it Atter of Public works scheduled for to gasses monday sept. 13. Some minor changes but the Fin night has been deferred until thurs 1 by school plans shed drawing differed markedly _ Day evening according to mrs Anderson City schools also will fro a. The original description be Leota Heineman Board Secretary. For enrolment and Reg tra 8av de be Tiv a a a lion of pupils Friday sept. To. Lively originally said Ruth t�?�10 didst even bring thief did no to even bring own pistol leg Parade my curbs put both the Quantity of tic course Early today heading for Money voted for Europe and the Long Island and the Southern new manner which it could be spent England states. With the idea for a centrally a 6 30 a m. It Edt special controlled european army de s Feather Bureau warning said the railed. American. British. West storm will Cross Long Island and German and French officials pre sweep into new England by i p . Pared to find a replacement As w Ith 50-60 mile hour winds a at quickly As possible. Tended by very heavy Rains and a British foreign office spokes very High tides Man said that talks would be ar-1 storm warnings were hoisted Delco Remy to begin inventory and pupils will return to resume classes monday sept. 13. Supt. A e. Ebbertt states that preliminary activities City schools for the new term will open with a work shop for principals local buildings j to i thursday of this week. Prin. It revelled today at Delco Joueph Raur is chairman of officials of the sailing lumber company owners of a Large �?�0xl50-foot planing Mill destroyed Early monday by fire have indicated that they plan to rebuild the Mill but assert that it will be adjacent to their main office and Plant. Jackson St., and division offices that the a committee m charge. Not the site at which the process of taking inventory will program at the principal s building was burned. Fire chief it Art the latter part of this week work sfl0p thursday win open said Ruth was continued pare 6. Column teen age Beer ranged immediately to give Ger from Cape Charles a North to Many her Independence which up Portsmouth. H by Warren Rogersjr. T0 now has dependent Ere but the season s third Hurricane Washington i a the Ameri anon of the european army. Continued a 8."column of Jean legion aimed its Mammoth French Premier Pierre Mendes a a but we a cd Quot a ution Parade jul Imp Iid v full forever 0r c0�?o t0 a a Down Quot a a a a a a a Ilion of Sov Rignly lowest Ger ill wiil i u j la Misi Lucille Palmer clerk a Pennsylvania Avenue today. Manv but he has emphasized that sporting goods store told police right up to the first a a Forward this endorsement does not include a soiled to shirt March a at 2 p.m., officials ack rearmament. Now edged they did not How How Canadian officials Ottawa said Long the marchers would be step the Only logical answer to the West pistol. That a Man asked her to show him a .45 Caliper automatic. He checked it to see sails Ranni or mlll3 Del Nillus a i. Pal nor. And took 35 from a adv no. The Cash Register. Statistics the swirling mass of pm dilemma was to bring West Germany into nato. Rome. Italian vice Premier Giuseppe Sara Gat called the m Carthy is begun today police chief j. D. Coen stated for the pistol a $72.50 item the morning with miss Mary a re bin Rban Fly rape plane forced Back it Ida it discussion a the principal role 0 a nors by a cavy Vav Cath it Al Tibbetts states that Hose lines and continue the first part of were used efforts to halt the next week. Fire but that Lack of water greatly Delco a my division handicapped the firemen. Tres plants will be closed next sure was Normal but the Watelier the usual labor Day Holiday improving education a after a the chief says Quot we have been was not available because of Vacaron. Luncheon Paul r Griesel of the receiving Many Compla its re1 Saigon. Indochina Small lines and gravel pipes. A state department of education. T"1 5 purport Quot a jut liquor and weather forced Back a . Air ment workers riven the afternoon the Chet says. Island owner isl will Lead a discussion Quot Finan Are is Quot old a a it minors of rce plane which flew to North off. That would be bigger than the Oizumi i i i taverns. We plan to open a Viet Nam today to pick we five 65000 or so marchers at the St drum majorettes legionnaires la a Western democratic nations to re Washington up the Senate a Dies auxiliary members arid the new their efforts to re Weld their inquiry into sen. Mccarthy a of continued Page a. Column 5 unloving 40-and-8ers some 75.000 to 80,000 parading a a. For 8, maybe 12, hours to the Musk a a # earner of about 350 bands. Along the la tilt route perhaps As Many As 700.000 it a heavy spectators some of them govern a . Air ment workers Given the afternoon damage the monday morn Ces Indiana a la continued Page 6, column Ai injured fall tee discussion. Harvey Davidson d t�?o/,i?,7 a a a a i Hii prac am a Quot air technicians the vie Louis legion convention last gee and will place Plain clothes mph have promised to release bigger even than the record non officers taverns to watch for from prison Camps. Plus at new York 1w offenders. instances where the French had announced that monday night legion Banque ters violations Are found the tavern the five captured june while heard mine. Chiang Kai Shok Tell owners bartenders and minors swimming near the French air 0f China a communist enslavement st0�,ltmg who Purchase the liquor or Beer base of Touraine Central Viet be arrested and face prose Nam would be freed today under no urn j terms of the Indochina cease fire. Ing Blaze was around $60,000. adjacent Home of Alex Kumkoski 1239 Home ave., was gutted with John Russell 29, of Locust the loss total except for Furni St., owner of a Concession stand Ture that was removed. Another the second floor of the court fat Yarhn Etc a Lii House owned by Marie Malone House fell this morning at the 1303 Home ave. Was damaged Corner of 9th and Meridian its. I _ a a and one end of a garage of a and suffered abrasions of the i i Iti Calll la los property Ohio ave. Owned by face and head. He was taken _ w. B. Byrkett was destroyed. To St. Johns Hospital Al-1 i Brights ambulance. Russell is w m j 1j i one of the leaders the county s injured a held organization of Blind residents. Serious today theft from Safe is investigated Vickey Porter 3, of new Castle who suffered a fractured Skull had both arms broken and a meeting of the Christmas decorations committee of the retail merchants division will be held thursday at to a. . At the chamber of Commerce offices with Morris Rossen chairman. Presiding. Reports will be made Progress thus far Jap showered by Ash from bomb near death Hackett chorus 4th place police detectives Are conduct Aing investigation of the theft Graf and Mas dec sustained other severe injuries of $48 reported by William Mel. J1 a a a Roll Ixion Northeast of to a mum d City s new aluminium Little Liz two car collision Northeast of Cher manager of the Meridian of of Emporia sunday was reported Nool room it 14oo Meridian f re j i s i ,foren00n a St a �?~0 report the msevofxrichfsli3 so John s Hospital. Money was taken from the Stab a prep he m r a. Or. Marjorie Porter Mother yesterday. &5 to meet my noon to discuss its program. Fires fought Florida a meeting of the chamber of St. Augustine Fla. More Commerce legislative commit of the child of 1314 s. 17th St., new Castle died from internal injuries the wreck. Funeral Pine services will be held wednesday100 rangers and volunteers tee headed by w. Catlin White at 2 p. . At the Fox and Macer f0ught five Forest fires burning out head chairman will be held funeral Home that City. Burial f Contro West and South of Here Friday noon at the Myca will be South Mound Ceme by some 4.000 acres of ter the deceased is survived have been destroyed. By her husband Sam Porter two other daughters and a son. David Allen Chase 6, son of a or. And mrs. Bernard Chase j 710 Vineyard St., suffered injuries of his head and legs when his bicycle was involved a collision with automobile yesterday. Sion. Industrial division leaders will meet wednesday noon at the Myca to Complete their organi. George Hockett Post chorus cation this City placed fourth the chairmen for the downtown National choral contest of the division Are or. George tag j by John Randolph american legion at Washington Gar William Hovermale Roland Tokyo go a one of the 23. A sunday according to a Maine Robert Austin j. E. Flan japanese fishermen showered by dispatch received late monday Agan and John Atkinson. The radioactive Ash from a bomb Milwaukee wis., legion choral leaders have organized their of at Bikini last March was re Zzz Quot at the convention. Captains the local chorus of 40 Mem facial conduct opens is the second investigation the Wisconsin Republican a Veteran investigator himself has faced this year. A report of findings the earlier probe entered around Mccarthy s dispute with top army officials will be released wednesday. The new investigation was ordered by the Sena to look into 46 specific charges aimed at my Hulse and Floyd earthy by three other senators and general co chairmen 10 explore a censure Resolution of Loc the ism Anderson membership and financial Cam and three democrats headed by pain sept. 20 to 24 for $45,000. Gen. Watkins a Utah it will conduct today announced leaders and. The probe. Afterwards Senath captains of the downtown Divi captains named Myca drive Russell continued Page 8. Column f county makes Road repairs ported near death today. Doctor said the condition of Aikichi Kuboyama 39. Was critic horseshoes Are Lucky Only when you put your Money the right horse. Values like this Don t last Long the want ads the bulletin Herald customer who placed this want and stated that the first lady to Call. Bought this dining suite for Cash proving that the want ads is the Best place to sell things. For Sale a mahogany Duncan phyfe drop Leaf table and 4 chairs. Call 0-0000. Its quite easy for you to do the some thing with furniture appliances and other items you would like to sell for Cash. Just phone 3-5371 and ask for the want and girl. Personnel sought for at the weekly meeting yesterday of the Madison county Board team 40, county teams. Ches it Omi lesion it re a a. Hers placed first the Craig Captain team 41�? oust it a . American leg contest the James Day Phil Cooper. Robert a a a a a "j0 pro mad Cal and he is a summer. One Hundred members Fitzgerald and Charles hum a p pm Iii ave re deep coma. Of the legion from Anderson prey captains team 42�?wade a vhf. U. A a a a the Fisherman a wife Suzu told and their wives Are attending the free Joe Stine George mama a a newsmen she had a a Given up National meeting Washington Hope for her husbands life and a said he had been Blind since Mont a i 1\ if a Quot i. A a a a Hornier local Man informer observers said that i continued Page 6. Column 4 continued Page 6, column 8> new Security program jury indicts Anderson men second african safari a recruiting drive to enlist 63 out Indiana was published yes a men for Andersons newly Organ ter Day by the state Headquarters. Two Anderson men arrested by sized Indiana internal security1 units established the Fri connection with corps battalion has been Indianapolis Gbo the new est a Jon a recent to. A re to Troni and a pounced by Aster Mathews com tora menial Security corps has were meted Ehline company owner and son of established 14 units with openings indicted yes a Nail a0 for More than 1,000 men and Ier Ciar Anderson Man who Cut his Hunting Teeth a $9 Shotgun around the Railroad tracks Here years ago is off today his second big safari into the Lush game regions of Africa this time accompanying j. E. Mander of the local unit. The new group is similar Hopes soon to have units All organization to the Home guard counties to Aid civil defense groups of world War ii Days and it is times of emergency designed to become the Home Gen. H. A. Doherty. Indiana guard again the event of the adjutant general described the Indiana National guard being Mission of the corps As a to Aid called to Active duty. Jand support agencies of the state men falling into three Cate of Indiana and local government Gories Are being sought for the time of emergency by providing corps according to Mathews personnel for police duty and first no a Anaam up Fatic Mcd these include Able bodied men Csc j j a Kep Between the draft exempt Ages of director of the organization is de Edmondson of Oklahoma 26 and 59 youths Between the col. Charles Hutchings or. Of youngest member of Congress under draft Ages of 17 and 18u, Diana Polis a retired army colonel will speak at a 5th District demo and veterans or others Between four groups similar to regiments erotic dinner tonight at 7 p. . At Ages of Ard ,26 who Are have Headquarters at Gary by the Federal grand mrs Clara Antonidis 425 Jackson jury at Indianapolis. The men St., will be or. Antonidis wife facing charges Are Jerold Lee Carmen a former Marion girl. Rose and John t. Thompson. Two indictments Carmen has often hunted with her husband but never before Africa the land termed by Indianapolis Gbo a Federal her husband As the a Best Hunt grand jury monday indicted a for ing the world Mer Bank Teller and Anderson slaughterhouse operator a $69. A a for every animal you can get some where else you w ill bag ten too shortage at the citizens Bank j Africa a says the former local my co. Of Anderson. Man who can speak with author Jerold Lee Rose the former Ity the subject having stalked Bank employee was indicted game wherever it can be found eight counts of embezzlement and North America misapplication of funds. Or. Antonidis will be the first j. E. Antonidis John t. Thompson the meat Man to carry with him to Africa Packer whom Rose accused of the banners of both the Advent or India. The Antonidis party the Elwood country club twi not Buscc Ptim to induction into fort Wayne Evansville and Indi frightening him into juggling tuners a club and the Shikar a which will include John Hite hurl rare and f Ftp Federal service. Anapolis. Under each will be four funds to cover worthier checks fan club the latter awarded Elkhart sporting goods dealer i by persons Are sex a list of organizations and battalions with smaller units was indicted seven counts of Only to that be who have hunted or will spend about to weeks peered to attend. Their Headquarters Sites through a a continued of Page 6, column ii aiding and abetting Rose. Photographed wild game Africa icon unused of pages column a i vide auxiliary Channel of traffic Between this City and Alexandria to relieve congestion ind. 9. The Acme paving company will Complete Black Topping this week a 4-mile Section of the Road. Plans Are being checked for a new Bridge Lover pipe Creek at Alexandria i As part of the Road. I the Acme firm will Start work a few Days Black Topping 4 Miles of w. 8th St., from the Madison Hamilton county line to Hamilton West of Here. Other resurfacing contemplated will be 4 Miles Moons Ville recast of ind. 9 Richland twp., and a Section of the scout Camp Road Lafayette and Jackson tips. Bulletin Board pages births 6 Boyless column. 4 child psychology .4 City briefs 20 comics -�?.17 deaths. 6 editorials. 4 health column -----�?----4 radio a. 8 social news. 2 a spores a 1112 Stock markets 18 television .8 Washington news 4 what they say it world today. I

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