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Anderson Daily Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 17, 1966, Anderson, Indiana 22 pages 22 Indiana weather tartly Cloudy through tuesday Low tonight near 15. High tuesday in High 20s. High yesterday 21. Low today to Anderson couple killed in crash ii Nderson couple and a Plainfield Man were Allied saturday night As a result of a two car Headon crash on ind. Too near ind. 37-a in Indianapolis James Jim Teters 40, re 3 Box 423, was killed instantly and his wife Catherine 49. Died Enro Ute to general Hospital in Indianapolis. Larry j. Exline. I Plainfield was also killed outright in the collision. Marion county sheriff s Dep a a --1 duties reported that the Accident 17 o a i former Sailor admits killing Illinois coed Anderson Indiana monday january 17, 1966 vol. 81 . 258 Prce ten cents american cease fire in Viet _ ordered to observe Holiday when the sex line Auto travelling West in the eastbound Lane collided Headon with the eastbound Teters car. The deputies offered explanation As to Why Exline was driving West in the eastbound Chicago up a a Crew Cut a sex Sailor a trying to forget a Teters a prominent Fanner shaky past signed a 12-Page in the Bethel Community died statement today in which he with a broken neck his wife admitted strangling a pretty with a fractured Skull and Illinois coed with her own severe lacerations about the f jou9e while he kissed her face and Exline with a broken Ipp lice mid neck and a fractured Skull a William h. Butler 23, of cording to Marion county dept Jersey City. N. J., signed the to Coroner Richard Parker. Statement less than 12 hours Deputy John Weston stated after he walked up to a that the Hood of the Exline car policeman in a downtown bus flew off and struck the Side terminal and said he was of another eastbound car driven wonted for the slaying last by miss Carol Williams. 22, of Jerimey of Barbara Jean Dixon. Indianapolis. She was treated near �0lse Idaho at the scene for minor injuries. Mi�8 Dixon of Evanston. be said. Had gone to Idaho to attend both Teters 1962 Chevrolet boat a College. Her body was and Exkner a 1965 Pontiac were found a eng desert Road near total wrecks authorities said. Saturday. The Teters who were build. 5�� know Why i did it i ing a House had reportedly a 1 so pm ice quoted gone to Indianapolis to get some Quot is m he said ideas for their new Home and j authorities a Butler was were return a to triers dring West wha he when the fatal mishap took a f shaky past he place p said he left 8 wife and 18 Deputy Weston was assisted sweaty Cut a Quot Diana by the in he a a won on a bus or. L t of. A Choc go and Rode with her funeral services for or. And to Idaho Quot i sort of fell in love my voters will be conducted with her a he said ,esda3 the a tier said he and miss Fisher Brothers funeral Home Dixon saw each other last at Lapel by the Rev. John Pat monday and tuesday then he sl-ml2 Maplewood Campus of Boise College and got jealous. He said he went to received at Las vegas nev., drank after 12 30 heavily and then returned to beige last Friday. Iamb a t a i we said he drove miss Dixon James l. Teters out a lonely desert Road about he was born in Anderson 17 Miles from Boise. Butler township in 1925 and attended said Al his statement that they Edgewood school and Anderson sat in the car for a while and High school where he was he removed her Blouse thrower Adu ated in 1943. He served my h in the Back seat from 1948 to 1952 in the . He said she then told him army and was married in 1957. Methodist chinch follow Al West cemetery. Friends will be the funeral Home . Tuesday. Sledding session or. John f. Kennedy end her daughter Caroline droned for a Day on the ski slope at a stand Switzerland team up for a slide Down a gentle dope yesterday. The Kennedy including John John Ore on a three week Winter vacation. A wire photo via Cable from a stand thai she liked him. He said he a a a ?rs�22f j of reached Back got the Blouse the Bethel methodist Church and while he was kissing her a. _ a iss k Meta Mossier death its Hor Anderson a sister Betty of Indianapolis the maternal , he dumped 1 composed of a a grandmother mrs. Emma the girl body along Ute the Miami up the Case of plus the Federal Davis of Anderson and one Roa a returned to Boise to murder of millionaire gos. The Federal Nephew. Tom Turner at Home. Where Nigeria coup is failure army commander is top figure in government by Dennis Neeld Lagos. Nigeria apr i Nigeria a army commander emerged As the Domi a Nant figure in africans most populous nation to Day following an unsuccessful coup attempt by mutinous elements in the armed forces. Maj. Gen. Guiyi Irons declared himself temporary head of the Federal i government and chief of jail armed forces sunday night and suspended key i provisions of the nigerian Constitution. He also suspended the nation s top civilian officials including prime minister sir Abu Baker Tarawa Zalewa president Azikiwe Nnamdi the Heads of Nigeria s four regions and the Federal and regional parliaments. Zalewa was kidnapped during i the coup attempt with his finance minister chief Festus i Kotie ebon. The rebels Are believed Bolding them hostage. Irons a troops were reported searching for them. Troops Loyal to Irons Guarder government buildings and other by the associated press two car pileup saturday night Orts 24, or of pets in Lagos and Man four Multi death traffic Acci on ind. Too North of Fndia Nap found until a v do in a i Dudin a Quot Alfh Oua pared Jon the run. One which left nine children Mother injuries saturday when their urday. A Ink Aid Kadun. The Chiel less helped boost the Indiana car hit a Bridge i Northern Cliv. Was the univ a Jin. toll recess is Short of truce by ii or by Thomas a. Ruedy Outh Viet Nam apr the commander in Vici Nam Gen. William c. Went ill american troops to cease t noon thursday in of lunar new year hopi Saigon s of . Forces Rno Reland today ordered firing for 78 hours Startin Revance of the Vietnam Day tet. Westmore ind s order sect the South vietnamese governor during the National Celebration went to South korean Austral tub to the Lent to i similar an and is decision of Alt fighting instructions Evv zealand and hairier or t ease Christmas tet truce promised it ii p in. Troops fighting alongside the vietnamese i i leans. The truce More than doubles the us fire observed by Allied forces during the i Holiday. But it Falls 18 hours Short of the proclaimed by the vie Cong. They have not to attack from la pm. Wednesday sunday a total of four Days. Westmoreland ordered a we a a a a a a a a a cease fire from noon thursday Cong attack on a . Troop conto 6 put a. A sunday. It was As Voy backfired. Supported by sued the allies agreed on Dif planes roaring in out the Trec Ferent hours to avoid giving the tops the americans turned the impression they were simply hitter fight 20 Miles Northwest reacting to the communist pro of Saigon into a drubbing for the postal. Guerrillas Westmoreland s order said the communists heated up a fall . Forces in the Republic the ebbing 11-Day i s sweep on will not fire at or on the enemy the Edge of their Iron Triangle except in self defense a by spraying the Convoy with there was sign in the Sal automatic weapons As it rolled goo sector of any setup in to Trung Lap carrying the 2nd fighting before the Holiday Al Batta lion of the . Isl infant thigh elsewhere in the country try divisions 28th regiment military activities continued at track to brigade Headquarters a slow Pace Hie infantrymen shot Back As in a lightning stroke a Viet the vehicle slowly rolled on Cong company attacked a gov toward their destination Over Ern ment infantry and Armor head the planes pinpointed their school at thu due to Miles fire at the communist positions North of Saigon at i a in while the barrage came within 150 one part of the guerrilla Force feet of the Convoy Greenfield was not bred two mortar shells As a i when the fighting quieted several hours after version another hit part of the Down after 22 hours a i s. I the Airport and the Flor Fri a Aen a including one which killj1 far overturned Down an pm compound with automatic wrap spokesman reports to \ let i to it. One capital. _ to a Young Wisconsin couple and Bank mint along id 9 about t ens Cong bodies counted and Many the guerrillas pierced the More possible communist dead barbed wire of the officers can j against very Light american the a oui mein on main Ronal Fai weekend Highway toll to 16. The Indiana toll Road about victim. Andrew Yaku Movsh 75 lets killing five wives and three captured including one who i of a in . Hands. I a a. East of the Lagrange toll Hammond was struck and children of vietnamese officer taken Kwh in living tackle ls3kj? a razors in same Plaza killed Friday at ii Iii Umu Beds. Three by ski Dytom o. Baldwin Al j oui take Over in the four re a a a record i.>06 deaths dealt i Are Edward Myres 28, Start of the weekend by a car other children were wounded. Oakland. Calif. Tny is a it wow he responsible occurred Only one Road fatality of Madison wis. His wife Lin As he crossed a Street in his armoured troops fought Back terrorists tossed a grenade at Resima for keep was reported in the state. A 18, Ami their 2-month-old Hometown. And killed to of the Viet Cong a a jeep Load of american soldiers the re it urn inn Ciorca run Ihns to Edward. A Terre haute Man not be government spokesman said. 1,1 Saigon this morning the civilians trapped by War a Vietnam Ese woman and three children lie in a Roadside ditch with . Soldier caught in a Viet Cong attack on a military Convoy 20 mile Northwest of Saigon near Trung Lap. The civilian were walking near the con Voy vehicle when the attackers opened fire. The last infantry division troop beat off the attack and suffered Only Light casualties. . Army photo via a wire photo via radio from Saigon sixteen persons killed Iii la be Keil Highway accidents i pm i t said Kaduna the chief less helped boost the Indiana car hit a Bridge abutment on the weekend s first traffic didst school and raked the by casualties. Five guerrillas were trial opened to federation of Nigeria i com dosed of the four is telephoned i Jacques Mossier on a sultry handles such matters As foreign police and told them where the night not quite 18 months affairs Trade communications in flu tue. Namu a a a _. # a standstill. However Diana polish East Side. Haute. Catherine Teters j body was. I comes to trial today in a court railways and defense. 88 resdent8 shovelled them Robert e. Williams 38, l Ori born in Orestes in 1916 she a tact was being held on a House still trimmed for Christ Irons called on civil servants selves out the toll was taken Kinek. A saturday Chi be of Murow Hon hew Haci to is a c0&Quot,Mue a a a cart and fatal a Quot a Quot Sre charged a a lovers with the Inal death could of for Wayne ,. _. To a in. A a ? Onnink reaching 32. The body of Ronald h. Rob pretty sex Model Candace continue it on Page 3. Columna Mossier mid Fortish and Start a temperatures hit sub Zero lev Els on the Jan. 15-17, 1965, weekend. This past weekend the i Mercury stayed mainly in the approval see teens will tha yearlong tra la had been a resident of the Al i. Xandria Community until her my the arrival of Idaho marriage to or. Teters in 1957.1 authorities. She was graduated in 1934 from Alexandria High school and in of rpt of Neino 1936 from Indiana business a Tucci us mlle to show her wrinkles and school and was employed 1 1 Swarthy Melvin Lane Powers at guide lamp division for to is Iii in Lief i 23, were to appear in they she was a member of the. A of contractors working a a circuit a a Edge Bethel methodist Church where a sewer improvements Here a Slie taught sunday school and ave revealed that several Powers and mrs. Mossier Are the rho chapter of the Beta sheets will be closed m the next accused of plotting the death of Sigma Phi sorority at Alex two Days to permit work to pro her Texas financial wizard Andria. Need surviving Are two Sisters. Eighth St. Will be closed to mrs. Genevieve Colvill of Morrow from Lincoln to mor Orestes and mrs. Margaret ton Sis. Brown St. Will be Clos Jack of Anderson a brother de at the same time Between Terrence Zellers Henrietta 5th and 6th. Okla. And several nieces and the intersection of 7th and nephews. I Brown its. Will be closed to Morrow. Postal service Relief in fold is seen one Viet Cong was captured from Guam joined the Vietnam Ralph v. Jeffers 44, was re Twenty six civilians were a it be Arni it it an operation unleashed from the Jasper county killed and four were wounded fading their Sou Ami 7.>0-Pound Hospital the Day of the Accident when a Busload of civilians hit a 1>ondxs on 8 Central coastal area his death one Day after being i Viet Cong mine on the Road Northwest of Quang admitted to a ruled the result jury he was injured when his car by the associated ran off the Road just North of j ment and came to rest in a deep water filled ditch. A passenger. Harold Barnhardt 38, via Quot a Tofu life us it of saturday making it the dead Washington api the Hest Day of this year of the Senate and a a husband in order to carry on a >01ros?e finale and �?.,. Torrid love affair uninterrupted. L a committees semies and mrs. Clara Eliza to res Down to 4 above Zero in not charged again the slate the first Day and perhaps All stamp-7.nnmal"gie�?o, �?oi1 Mcdowell 38, Owensboro the Chitaye area and Jato tire Tom Stoep he we. Filled out of the weather Bureau today at the time in fair condition saw Relief from a bitter cold the death of Hamlin size William v. Fossler 58. Vin wave which pushed tempera More. 59, Lawrenceburg was Larry j. Exline he was born sept 19, 1941, in Sullivan and has resided in Muncie strike ends Plainfield for the past four Muncie ind. Up a a years. He was employed As a we a Long Wildcat strike welder at the Allison aircraft United steel workers Union division at Speedway and As members at the Durham Man continued on Page 3. Column 3 a factoring co. Ended today. Of he first Veek will be taken lion administration package up with questioning some of the which would beef up postal 274 prospective jurors called service in thousands of Ameri twelve of them and several can communities alternates will be chosen Toi sen. A. S. Mike Monroney a hear the first degree murderokla., and rep. Tom Murray Case against mrs. Mossier and d-tenn., said in separate inter d Volov aka Mai in a. It loin Chiu. Aboav Iii pm the son of one of her Sisters. Views they Favory ky., were killed on South of Vincennes night. Police said Fossler lost control of his panel truck after passing a Semi trailer truck and . 41 tens and la War throughout in state saturday in a one car col sunday Diana elision Iii the Ohio Community of the five Day Outlook was for temperatures 9 degrees below Normal Over most of Indiana and about 13 below Normal in slammed Headon into the Cai the Southwest. The Normal moves an mrs. Mcdowell was driving. Range is from Low 20s to upper pm payrolls set new record Mark it mrs Mossier and Powers Are bounced saturday to restore _ a one car crack up in Cass 0s. 0f represented by a squad of six parcel Post and Post office win county saturday night left nine a now flurries Are Likely at attorneys headed by prominent Dow service eliminated in a 1964 children Motherless. Frequent intervals. Precipitation Texas lawyer Percy Foreman Economy move the victims were identified As late this week May by either state attorney Richard Ger it this 18 just the first step Injo in Weaver 27, Royal Center rain or Snow Central and South Stein leads a pros it Mininn team administration efforts to in and wife Mary 24, parents and could amount to a half prove postal service Monroney of five and mrs. Patricia Wea Inch of moisture which would said Over 23, Logansport Mother of be several inches of Snow. Congressional approval is four. Charles Weaver 28, Hus of three men. Candace arrived sunday night saying she a Felt weak continued on Page 3, column i payrolls of two general motors divisions Here in 1965 reached a new High of $172,-256,000 and employment was 23,500 at Delco Remy and guide lamp last year according to figures for the year revealed saturday by the two Anderson pm units. Favourable for those firms which can meet the requirements of increasing Competition a the year end summary stated. Both divisions have now completed important expansion programs that began More than two years . A these new facilities have required sub a joint statement by Perry Stantial investments and they w. House and Seth h. Stoner indicate our Confidence in the general managers of Delco future a the pm executives Remy and guide lamp further said. Indicated that the general during the year Delco Remy motors plants spent $39,201,000 completed work on about 350,-during the year with local area too Square feet of manufacture suppliers for goods and ing space bringing its total exse vices a new record also. Panson since the program be increases in employment Dur san in 1963 to about 500,000 ing the year plus a steady de Square feet. Mand for products of the two guide lamp completed industries Are reflected in the construction in manufacturing record total contribution of additions totalling 404.000 Square $211,457,000 to the Economy of feet of floor space in 1965, As the Anderson area the state pact of toe divisions biggest ment pointed out. Expansion program. The pro the Auto Industry itself to scam also included a new four which both divisions Are in Story Power Plant with a boiler portent suppliers had the larg capacity of 150,000 pounds of est sales in its history. In and steam per hour a new steel edition both Delco Remy and receiving building new equip guide lamp enjoy substantial Nam and machinery and other business with customers in the improvements bus truck and farm equipment two promoted and other Allied Fields both also i two appointments to positions Are important suppliers to the in the Quality control and Relia automotive service and replace vilify organization of guide ment markets. Lamp division of general to approval is necessary because of the $15-million annual Cost of the increased service. I saturdays announcement Tion. Said president Johnson has a they were Riding in a car proved a a a i a South Bend had 4 inches of band of the younger woman Snow on the ground this morn and Cousin of John Weaver was ing and there was a substantial hospitalized in critical Condi Blanket in a Belt around Lake Michigan. Temperatures this morning a for the coming year business forecasts Are generally tors effective immediately continued on Page 3. Column 4 Goodman Dies James e. Goodman 61, Detroit executive vice president of general motors in charge of Auto production and defense and a native Hoosier died yesterday at Rochester Minn. Goodman was speaker at the dedication of the new pm research building on ind. 109 and had made numerous other visits Here. He formerly lived at Union City ind. Parcel Post service be restored in 6,091 communities with populations Over 3,000. Since 1964 one Day each week has been skipped Tor deliveries in these cities except where postmen used motor vehicles to deliver parcels. The other move will be increased window service at night and on weekends in nearly 15,-000 Post offices. Postmasters will also be authorized to resume saturday sales of Money orders. Assistant White House news Secretary Joseph Laitin announcing the plans said improved efficiency would reduce the postal deficit estimated at $400 million this fiscal year despite he $15-million Cost of the improved service. A i believe Congress will go along a said Monroney. A they kicked bout the asked if there would be any substantial congressional opposition Murray said a i think Anderson deaths Robert j. Aylward 341 w. Lith St. Mrs. Mabel Doyle 5 4 Delaware St. Field and James l. Teters 40, it. 3, Anderson and his wife Catherine 49, were killed in a Bend. Daytime highs at least through tuesday Are expected to be Well below freezing. Hospital was from Moo Hoa to Cai Lay near by vietnamese officials of a head in Kien Tuong 35 Miles South of Tat mated that two to three the capital communist regiments were in Northwest of Saigon a Viet Aiea to Miles Northeast of a Saigon. Remington hit a Bridge abut-111.1 la i. Ien be bombers headed i rout in a a a a skill 1,0111 lilt s Back to then base the ground a i a i rooms moved in and made Light int Fly at Hospital coated with the enemy but other significant results were reported. The communists have controlled the province for years and recently overran several outpost protecting the provincial capital. Elsewhere . Air Force and Navy jets strafed and bombed f viol Cong Camps close to Sai gun i korean marines w Oil my up their longest operation of the War called Jefferson. In 16 Days of scouring some of the toughest terrain in the country they opened up main Highway . I from Tuy Hoa South to the beaches of i he yen province. The koreans and vietnamese government units reported killing 391 Viet Cong and capturing 14. Their casualties were listed As Light throughout the drive Over rocks Ami through dense Jungle. The air Arm flew 214 Fairfield near Hamilton mrs. Barbara Pierson 27, Warsaw died sunday night on injuries suffered in a saturday crash on id. 15, one mile South of Warsaw. 4500 club to meet wednesday a meeting and pitch in dinner of the Madison 4500 club set for wednesday night at 7 30 will be held at the fall Creek Heights Grade school in Adams twp. Instead of the1 county garage As first announced according to Ward Stohler club president. Madison county was repro ii Skol i. Corn sorties in support and artillery and gunfire from naval ships offshore were employed. The . Air Force kist a b57 Jane Hood delegates. The Elwood Young Democrat club will meet tonight Al the Home of or and mrs Eugene Creagmile. Cecil Carmichael. Of state As crash victims a James l. Teters left and his wife Catherine of or 3 Box 423, Andrei son were killed saturday night in a two car collision in Northern Indianapolis. Larry j. Exline 24, of Plainfield also was killed in the Headon crash. Haskell j. Corn. 68, 216 Edgewood dr., retired superintend bomber on a night Mission but ent of mails at the Anderson a ailed t Inlo a Nuny nun i a pm it p of tit a j. A. Noull c hum St cd his we of a salted at the state teen Derris o # or i w a u picked up by helicopters. The meeting at Indianapolis Over the a a a 1\1 a. A Quot a ,l08plial it i Aiu had developed mechanical weekend by Larry mat ship and or. Com jellied about int i the Jilot was identified a years ag., from the Post office Cape Effird offs of Quot a Quot a calif., Ami the Navi. Quot a capt. Hugh m. David 97, in i Ike county near wins son 27, of Elpaso Tex n., Low. To Byford and Carrie arms Marin unit a la a 66 pm i i Lac in re emf ,0 and Quot a Dat Siang reported idling pal Speaser son from Muncie 96 years . 23 Viet com new the Wei mar the Monroe township demo he was a Veteran of work As Hie Sussens on of 1 a be Erat club will meet tonight at War i and a member of attacks on pm Mil North Alexandria with John Walsh George Hoskett Post 127 of the vet Nam went into he 2s u former county attorney and american Luton he was a cd a us cum re a bulletin Board birth it Boyle s column _________4 child psychology g City briefs .____�12 comics if deaths f doctor says 3 editorials. 4 Hollywood ii on the line4 social news 2 sports. .1-1-15 s Ock markets17 television is v Oice of Broadway Iii 4 what they say 22 winning Ai Bridge 5 world today in former Secretary speaker. State Junior miss Kniery is selected Frankfort ind. Up sue Starn a 17-year-old Crawfordsville High school senior was crowned Indiana Junior miss saturday night. She was selected Here in a pageant sponsored by the Indiana Jaycees. Member of the Central Christian Church it. Moriah masonic xxi be . 77, Anderson Post office Craft 184, scottish rite Valley of Indianapolis us National federation of postal supervisors the National association of retired civil employees and had been a life member of the Optimist club. Survivors include his wife Eola a daughter mrs. James Carolyn Ganote of Anderson two sons Ronald m. Corn of Indianapolis and la col. Clif other finalists were Cathy Ford a Corn serving with Tho Tiernan Evansville first run-. Marine corp Jacksonville Nerup Michelle Conn Warsaw. . A sister mrs. Tom Julian second runner up Sherry Harri Walker of Ontario Calif three son Columbus third runner up and Judy Rost Highland fourth runner up. Brothers Harold and Paul Escondido. Calif., and Arnold Conli continued on Pax 3, column 5 1

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