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Anderson Herald (Newspaper) - December 18, 1960, Anderson, Indiana Anderson sunday Herald weather Buffo old fair skies and Nof so cold and tonight with expected high33-38, tonight s Low 12-18. Fair and similar temper fares monday. Hug h vol. 93, no. 157 Anderson Indiana sunday morning december 18, 1960 Price 20 cents 50 to 60 die As . C131 strikes Church in Munich . Puts Laos blame on Russia meddling denied tji Mary had grown Radiant in spirit rejoicing in worship hymns and the sacred Sfax uses. Fat Washington unite3 states sat urday placed full blame on the soviet Union for the Jitter civil War in Laos and rejected a russian charge that this country is meddling in the internal affairs of the Southeast asian kingdom. Simultaneously the state department demanded anew that the russians release two american fliers help captive since last july 1 when their reconnaissance plane was shot Down by red airmen Over the Barents sea. The demand for the re lease of cats. Freeman b. Olmstead Elmira n. Y., and John r. Mckone tongan Oxie kan., was made verbally by Deputy undersecretary of state Raymond Hare when he handed soviet ambassador Mikhail a. Menshikov the note on Laos. Pro american forces Lake Laos capital Bangkok Thailand sunday China said saturday that pro communist forces had been Mary fairest daughter of Israel prepares for Joyful wedding Day editor s note the love Story of the gospels is that of Joseph and Mary the Virgin chosen to Bear the son of god. The new testament account of their Story is skimpy. Here drawing on accounts circulated. In the Early Church an award-1 winning associated press re Ligion writer recreates their Story. This is the first of five articles. This Day Mary would be Espous-1 de. How Beautiful she. Is and pure of soul. A. Beloved daughter Hou Art the treasure of this ious. There is no spot on thee. Fhyr Over Aigid Foung for wife Hood. Yet Mary was 15, the proper age for taking a husband. She sat now Oil a Stool in Dewey eyed by George Cornell associated. Press religious writer Thon Art All fair my daughter All Grace and comeliness. Thy skin is Silken to the touch thy form like the work of a skilled craftsman. How gentle thou Art my child How Sweet the perfume of thy hair. Adoration welled in the heart of the girl s aging Mother Anna As she combed and smoothed her daughter s Long dark tresses. I was a deep Felt morning. For on reverie As Anna arrayed her for he ceremony. Her braid had seen and flowed Over the Nape of her neck to her Waist. Lithe Lovely child thy parents exult in thee and shall miss the song of thy rising and lying Down. Anna Laid the comb aside and began to weave a fillet of yellow marguerites for Mary s hair. The guests would soon be arriving and All must be made ready it was a also heavy time. Mary was not just another daughter of Israel. She had been the Sunrise of life to her elderly parents Anna and Joachin. For 20 years of marriage they had been childless until her coming. Anna remembered How unceasingly she had prayed in those years. "0 god of my she implored again and again bless me As thu didst bless the womb of Sarah in her old age and Gav est her a son once kneeling under a Laure tree she noticed the rows nesting above and the grief dust from her in a Wall. Woe unto me. I am not com parable to the very fowls of the heavens to the very beasts of the even the beasts Are fruitful before thee 0 their Lack of Issue had sorely afflicted Joachim an otherwise Large spirited and prosperous Man. He owned vast numbers o sheep the greatest Herd in the Jezreel. Valley and a splendid House in Nazareth. Yet his affluence could not ease be Gall of childlessness. It was a scandal for a jew. To ail to beget children a sign of in and gods Disfavour and in Ime the priests had come to St of r in festival offerings. It is not lawful for thee to offer thy they said see no thou Hast any. Seed a Joachim had retaken himself the desert for Long periods of fasting and prayer. And then at last it had come to pass. Anna sensed it like a whisper in her soul a stirring warmth in her flesh. She rushed from the House in the Twilight and saw Joachim coming from the Fields with his shepherds and flocks. Sing 0 Barren thou didst not Bear break Forth into singing. At the Gate of please turn to Hajje 5. Column 3 ousted by pro american troops from the laotian capital of Vientiane but that red guerrilla forces had attacked the Royal City of Luang Rabang. In Washington the United states saturday accused the so Viet Union of responsibility for the laotian fighting charging that communist guerrillas and soviet Aid to the pro communists have led directly to the suffering and chaos which have befallen in a note to the soviet Union the United states also rejected Hare voiced Over continued deep concern imprisonment of report shows business Rise the Anderson chamber of com Merce monthly business barome Ter giving a summary of local business conditions during the past month As compared to the pre Vious month and the same month of a slight Rise in Industrial employment. Industrial employment in the City for the 32 firms reporting showed a gain of 2.04 per cent in november Over the same month for 1959 declined slightly from october this year according to the business barometer. Average employment for the 32 firms was listed at a total of 24, 842 for last month As compared with for november. 1959 and for october of Thi year. Bank clearings during last month showed a gain of 7.03 per cent Over the same month of Las Madison Heights hosts Yule sing the third annual Christmas ers. A dancing group and a brass ing this afternoon is expected o be one of the special High rights of the Anderson Holiday Eason. The sing sponsored by the Christmas Observance committee will begin at 3 . In the mad son Heights High school gymnasium. In addition to an old fashioned Community sing of carols and Estive Holiday songs the pro Gram will include special Mim oers by both adult and High school organizations of the Anderson area. Presenting special music will be the general motors Barbershop chorus the St. Mary s school boys choir a trombone quartet from Anderson High school and instrumental ensemble accompanying the Highland leg hard choir accompanying the Madison Heights height steppers also a dancing group. Marilyn Bryant Kaye Metzger and John Dilkey will be organists Barbara Jones and Barbara Donnelly will be piano accompanists and Charles Stiner will be song director. David Ramsey is musical Arranger. Arrangements for the Community sing were made by g. E. Ebbertt. A member of the Christmas Observance committee. Crowds streamed through Down town Anderson yesterday. Heavy traffic was under close supervise Sion. Parking in the downtown area was difficult through mos of the shopping Day. Crowds lessened by evening by buying still continued at a Bris Pace. Group probes Bounty Home a preliminary investigation of he Madison county old people s Tome was made last week by he steering committee of the Madison county study commis Sion. The commission was formed because of a grand jury re sort on the poor conditions of Jie county Home presented be fore judge Carl Smith on dec. Soviet charges that it was inter Fering in Laos internal affairs. A new China news Agency broadcast admitted that the communist backed forces of paratroop capt. Kong be were abandoning rubble strewn Vientiane to the hard driving anti communist forces of Gen. Thoumi Norayan. Another piping broadcast said red Patchet lao guerrillas strik ing saturday had encircled Luang Rabang after having Cap tured some of the enemy posts in the City suburbs and attacked the the official communist Broad cast gave no details of the reported Battle for Luan or a b a n a where King Savanna Vattana had approved a Cabinet formed by pro american Boun Oum Cham Passiak As the Legal government. Prince Boun was reported to have flown yesterday to Luang Pra bang. The piping report however said communist forces intercepted enemy troops at Nong it and Phan Phao in Xieng Phouang province East of Luang Rabang. Please turn to Palfe 2. Column 8 the two and warned that their prompt release was important to future relations of the United states and Russia. The russians have declared they intend to try the two Ameri cans on espionage charges As hey did u2 spy Pilot Francis Gary Powers. Powers is serving a 10-year sentence. The scathing american note said the responsibility for the bit or fighting i Laos rests squarely and solely upon the soviet gov eminent and its it Salt that the guerrilla warfare of communist agents in Laos and the soviet Airlift of weapons to com survivor Dies Stephen above a of Wil Mette the Only survivor of the double plane crash Friday in new Yorac died yesterday at 1 p. M. Although suffering from Burns Over 80 per cent of his body and Bro Cen Bones chief cause of death was listed As extensive flame damage in the lungs. A wire Hofos 19 on aircraft killed shoppers fatally burned Munich Germany a a u. S. Air Force transport plane carrying american students Home to Christmas holidays in England crashed into the heart of historic Munich saturday strewing flaming wreck age Over a Street full of shoppers. Police estimated Between 50 and 60 persons died. Besides the 11 vacation bound College students the seven member Crew of the two engine con Vair and civilian Pas survivor Dies As air crash cause sought Monist forces in the c o u n t r have led directly to the suffer ing and chaos which have Bema in the note written and rewritten several times since the soviet charges leased just after word came that pro american forces of the right is government of Prince Boun Oum had gained full control of Shell shattered Vientiane the Cap ital City of Laos following sever Al Days of bitter fighting. The state department said it categorically rejects soviet charges that the United states Jaycees Host Valcom Ross commander Malcom d. Ross he world s highest flying balloon St and an atmospheric physicist Las been signed As the speaker or the Anderson Jaycees foun Ders Day banquet on thursday Jan. 12. General chairman William dra per received confirmation of the appearance of commander Ross last night. His acceptance completed preliminary plans for the huge affair that annually attracts 250 to 300 of the City s top civic and business leaders. The banquet will be held at the Anderson Day guests will hear a Man who boarded feet into the stratosphere in a free flight two Man balloon. The flight established a new unofficial world s record. For another ascension a year later he was awarded the distinguished flying Cross. Now a physicist in the air Branch of the office of naval an american civilian Pas Senger perished when the plane sheered off a Church Steeple and plummeted into a loaded Streetcar. The students who at tended the University of Mary land s Junior College in Munich ranged in age from 16 to 21 years old. Laughing and joking they had taken off Only minutes before from Munich Riem air port to join their service families in England for the Holiday vacation. Police estimated at least 35 per sons either aboard the Streetcar or passing by died when the giant plane engulfed the trolley with flames 150 feet High. The death Lolamay not be known or Days. The bodies Are nothing but charred pieces making it an almost impossible task to identify said a police official. Mayor Hans Jochen Vogel said Only two bodies of German Vic Tims had been identified late sat urday night although 31 charred bodies have been recovered from new York the collision of a jetliner and a Constellation Over Stew York in history s worst aviation disaster set off a massive five Way investigation saturday into he possibility that at least one of the planes was off course. The number of dead in the tragedy Rose to 140, with the death of the 11-year-old boy who had been the sole survivor among those aboard the two planes. Philip Goldstein chief of the Accident investigation division of was meddling in Laos and encroaching on the Sovereign rights of the government. It also branded As completely false soviet charges that Prince Boun Oum s troops under the command of Gen. Thoumi Nosa Van had recently been armed armed with weapons they did not possess before. The department said tanks guns and ammunition of Thoumi s forces were supplied Long ago As 3rd. The investigation revealed in adequate living conditions run Down building bad electrical and plumbing facilities and generally deplorable conditions. A representative of the realtors Board estimated that most build Ings were worthless others nearly research in Washington com Mander Ross specializes in the physics of the atmosphere. He also administers the strato lab program of upper atmosphere re search with manned plastic bal loons. Ross is a native of Momence 111., and the son of or. And mrs. A r. Ross of West Lafayette. In 1941 he was a radio announcer for station Wobu in Anderson. His experience has ranged from amid the wreckage of the plane and Streetcar. Police firemen and u. S. And. German army units still were working to extinguish smouldering fires and clean up the wreckage a 24-year-old German girl who suffered severe Burns told doctors column 1 a Kennedy ends naming Cabinet by Merriman Smith up House reporter Palm Beach Fla. Up president elect John f. Kennedy saturday completed his Cabinet the youngest Cabinet of the 20th Century by selecting j. Edward Day Adlai e. Stevenson s former Law partner and a California in please turn to 2. Column 5 please turn to 3. Column 5 or televised operations television Crews from the Gen eral television company of new York City and the Campbell Ewald company of Detroit late last night completed video taping of selected typical manufacturing operations after six Days of on location shooting in Delco Remy div Ivison plants. Audience for this special series will be the engineers of present and the potential Custo mers of Delco Remy division who will see the to coverage of production operation which have helped the division reach and maintain its ranking As the world s no. 1 producer of automotive electrical equipment. This is the Story which will be related via video tape to the 300 persons expected to attend the sae exposition. The tapes will be telecast Over a special closed circuit system to four to receivers in the division s modern living room display area in Cobo Hall Detroit s new exhibition Center. So. The infirmary has a value the society of automotive of around he said. The committee noted that the grounds and housing Are in need please turn to Pace 5. Column i year with clearings for novem Ber reported at As com pared with for the same month of 1959. J postal receipts in the City gained 13.7 per cent in november As compared with november 1959.1 and showed a gain of 9.3 per cent Over october this year. The total i for november was listed 3t 619 and compared with for please Tern to Pape 5. Column 7 j engineers first International exposition in Detroit in january. Featured in this series Are the division s facilities and employees supervising the filming was f. L. Bronnenberg of Delco Remy s advertising department and Jim Shelby and Dave Green of Camp Bell Ewald the division s Adver Tising Agency. Video taping of Delco Remy s operations began last monday in the Delco Battery Plant in Mun Cie. Footage also was shot in an Derson plants ten and three and in the engineering and research departments. The tapes will be edited into Durance executive As postmaster general. Kennedy and the future Post master general immediately promised to do something about the mail service in which a Reg ular letter takes eight Days to it from Washington to Boston. Asked about the possibility of restoring twice a Day mail delivery Kennedy said wryly hav ing mailed a letter from Washington to Boston and have it take please turn to Page 2, column 1 Jie cab and coordinator of the investigation said that the trans world airline super Constellation definitely was being tracked on radar but that the United air lines pcs Jet apparently was not. Elwood r

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