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Anderson Daily Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 13, 1954, Anderson, Indiana 22 pages 22 Indiana weather partly Cloudy tonight and tuesday. Warmer tonight. Tillers att nil Chi to Anderson Indiana monday september 13, 1954 vol. 70 no. 150 Price five cents record set in number of pupils City Enrols 10,041, township 2,500 total 12,541 enrolment in Anderson Public schools reached a new Hig h Mark of 10,011 today As class work started in local buildings following enrolment and registration last Friday registration in five Anderson township buildings reached 2,500 today an increase of 259 Over a year ago. The total school enrol j moot for the metropolitan j area including the City and suburbs is 12,541,% setting a new record for the Community. Today a City Public school enrolment was 250 Over the first Day Mark of 9,791 in 1954 and noted an increase of 264 Over Friday registration which totalled 9,777, according to supt. G. E Erberti. Enrolment figures today show a marked gain in senior High school which listed 2,670 today compared to 2,519, a year ago and 2,627 Friday. Increases also were noted in Junior High schools. Fridays enrolment in Anderson twp schools was 2,473, and advanced to 2,500 today com pared to 2,241, a year ago according to trustee Russell Welch. Park place delay delay in arrival of furniture for Tho new Park place school caused postponement of opening of classes this morning. Children were sent Home but supt. Ebbertt says Assurance has Boon received that the equipment will be Here in time for opening of classes tomorrow or wednesday. Enrolment today enrolment figures for various grades today As compared to 1953 follow with 1953 figures in parentheses Riley 297 388 St Venth Street 316 307 Shade land 544 537 Twenty ninth Street 521 622 North Anderson Jas 161 123 Washington Jas 179 180 special education 64 40 Hillcrest 9 7 Washington 628 634 Westvale 539 540 Central Jas 912 875 Central Avenue Jas continued on Page 8, column 6 a a retail Board meets to plan fall events members of the executive Board of the retail division composed of local merchants will meet tonight at chamber of Commerce offices to discuss plans for the annual Harvest festival oct. 21, 22 and 23 and for Christmas decorations and illuminations. Maurice Buck chairman of the merchants group will officiate. Charles Fasone and George Mcmahan Are general co chairmen of the Harvest festival and will report Progress on plans. Morris Rossen is chairman of the committee in charge of Christmas lights and will make a report. A meeting of the chamber fire prevention committee will be held wednesday to arrange details for the annual fire prevention week observances. Youth is held on suspicion three americans to be freed by chinese Floyd Harper to Trio talk at Elwood is ordered to be deported tax adjustment Board meets the seven Man Madison county tax adjustment Board met this morning at to o clock at Superior court room for a three Day session to review proposed budgets and levies of 31 taxing units with Power to make adjustments. Seated left to right Are mayor Noland c. Wright cletis Bair Willis Simmermon named As chairman John a. Randall standing left to right Gordon France Hoyt Wright and Paul Newbern vice chairman of body. Bulletin photo tax adjustment Board names chairman begins budget study pm a loss Ponc Dak at i of tax adjustment met to \ i full v10 la i Day at Superior court room and organized preparatory to launching a three Day session for study of proposed __1955 budgets and tax levies of 31 units in the county. Preparations Are being made wikis Simmermon was elector 350 to 400 guests at the an e j chairman and Paul new flood e. Harper Tipton attorney and democratic candidate for Secretary of state will be the principal speaker at a meeting of the Elwood democratic women a club at the eagles Home in that City tonight at 7 30, one of the principal party meetings of the Campaign in this area. Or. Harper widely known Here a As an attorney and a prominent state democratic Leader will discuss the Craig administration at the Elwood meeting tonight. Many party leaders including chairman a b. Cartwright will attend. A Tipton attorney for Over 15 years Harper has been a severe critic of the Craig administration and has repeatedly criticized the administration. Local meetings a meeting of the Madison county Young democrats club by Fred Hampson Hong Kong up a three americans held captives of communist China for More than a year have been ordered deported from Kiangtung province which Borders Hong Kong piping radio reported. A broadcast sunday identified the Trio As Richard Applegate. 37. Of Medford. Ore., a National broadcasting co. Correspondent Donald Dixon 25, new York an International news service newsman and Benjamin Krasner 30, Brooklyn a ship Captain. There was no indication when or where the Trio would be released. A it. S. Consulate official at the Border said the group would not arrive there today but that the1 Border watch would be resumed tuesday. He did not elaborate. Piping radio also said Hugh Francis Redmond former new York business Man had been convicted of espionage in Shanghai and sentenced to life in prison. Piping said the Applegate Trio was picked up by a red coastal defense unit March 21, 1953, aboard Applegate a yacht Kert i Are Sei up by Marvin l. Arrowsmith Denver Secretary of state ofter it a intruded into China Ster Dulles a fresh from global Strat Rit orial Waters of Kiangtung a egy conferences with president the Trio had planned to sail to a Isenhower and the National be to fete 400 by the associated press thousands of new freshmen will Nual fall membership a around up a Fern vice chairman at the be getting their first look at Cam chairman Cartwright county dinner of the chamber of com session this Forenoon. Pus life this week As colleges and Secretary Bayne Burton. Cowl Merce to be held at the Anderson a town and country summer the France representing Ander Bijj be the largest Ater theme will be carried out in son school Board mayor Noland several will to hold what i to Breaks Down a. An a of purity Council _ says americ in party Headquarters 936 Meridian 1955-Lee Ann Meriwether of tvs new Sph j 0 service photos military might will thwart any so Howard ring president will gun j Ranc so who entered As plier and return him to Hong chinese communist assault against officiate and plans will be Madelone a. It for fall activities miss Down and Ken radio said chinese nationalist Formosa. A meeting of democratic pre sobs Back Stoge at Atlantic City ministry of Public Security recent and chief j Edgar Hoover cinch committeemen of the third in orfed the tree Deport Ami and att it a Gen Browwn a that Ward will to hold tuesday night n j a Quoter a do Quot Quot d he Rob Quot a Taf in a car is a red a a a a a Quot at parly Headquarters. County of the new Queen. province to carry out a Quot front a a a a a. A of ministration s goal is to utterly destroy the communist party in the i United states. Kiangtung province to carry a wire photo the order. Years. Continued on Page 8. Column 5 thursday night other members of the tax and universities throughout Indiana be by l i Ryff country club. A in stent body Are Gordon Gin welcoming what they expect a chairman Eugene j class amp cd Wou excl is Chi try summer the France representing the rider Ujj be be largest enrolment Ina a 9 by Hurricane 19 die i Quot Maine voters cast ballots decorations and food which will Wright representing this City include steaks fur All guests Otis bait. Representing the one Nuon programs denied Charles Hardy chairman of the Madison county Council John a a Quot acquaint freshmen to College pub Cly committee will serve As Randall. Pendleton Hoyt Wright already Are under Way on master of ceremonies or. A. Business Man named by indices some campuses Indiana Imperf i ,.cc�ii a Houtart and Harl sity s 2,400 freshmen moved in Sun Morrison will pronounce the in Russell Stewart Ana inane j 1 i a Day to be on hand for the week mrs Christine Mccormick of Jon no Ted program that to retainers will include Jack her the off be of Ohn walk a in a it is see a. , 20. Man asks to lash Down own boat at Bostons Airport up Portland . Up a washed out highways Railroad tracks and crops lax like a jagged wound today across territory raked by Logan internal death dealing Hurricane ill acrobatic dancers Aud Rev Board. The adjustment body will i be state s two other major urn Boston _ Norri Vocalis Briar Hodder review a1 budgets and levies verities Purdue and notre Dame tonal Airport officials smiled to Edna from Massachusetts to a music and has the Power to decrease Start their orientation of new Stu Day As they recalled a plea made Nova Scotia. I Yod slotting chamber Man proposed budgets and levies a t l a Ann a cd f \ Ca if n a Complete list dents Friday with classes starting by an unidentified Telephone caller they reported a new drive toward that objective is Well under Way and that some communists spurred by a new Law granting immunity from prosecution have been going to the Fri to Tell about the activities of fellow conspirators. Dulles Hoover and Brownell made those statements at news conferences at the summer White House sunday after conferring j with the president by Bill Langzettel secret Parley held Portland Maine a then Eisenhower Dulles vice Hurricane battered Maine ballots president Nixon and other Mem a a a a a. A at the Cost in lives mounted today ill an election watched a tors of the National Security counter announced a to Molete list the Forenoon session provided,1 Nur Day sept. 23 during saturday s Hurricane. A tonally for possible influences on Cli met for three hours in extra id subcommittees in charge of for St do of proposed budgets of larger enrolments Are the Rule the alarmed gentleman asked a Burton Cross aft the make up of the next Congress Ordinary session for top secret Dis of subcommittees charge e1. This year As freshmen classes be permission to go on the Field loss there at at stake in Republican Eves lesion of the communist menace More than seven million dollars continuation of 2u years control a a Broad the dinner As follows food a Tom Mcmahan Man Jack Hunter Harry Farmer Everett Smith Don Forse Everett Fleck Fred York afternoon entertainment Thom Gephardt chairman William l. Peck Bob Van Winkle Don Williams Mike Martin Golf Joseph Pulli continued on Page 8. Column 8 a state traffic toll is seven by the associated press u a Wood and City of Alexandria. A it reflect the rising birth rate lash Down his boat. J a _ a i a., if Ftp Laid Honro Cinn Roork it do a 4 no consideration was suggested on of be late depression a county Council step last week notre Dames 1.500 which eliminated funds for a Are expected to bring the schools county veterans service office enrolment to 5.400 students the but the adjustment body prob continued on Page 8. Column 5 ably will not be empowered to take any further action. Legion posts ask restoration of the Levy. Last week the Council Cut the county Levy from 71 cents to 65 cents. Tuesday schedule the schedule of the Board for this afternoon and tuesday follows i p. Rn., Pendleton civil City 2 30 p. Rn., Pendleton Library 1 40 p. Rn., Adams town hip 2 p. In. Boone township years. J a boat a done to you mean air freshmen plane a queried the control Tower. La s or particularly in the far East a no no swept on Shore a boat the Field its from continued on Page 8. Column 5 Long stemmed Beauty from California wins muscle Delco Plant expands Ohio boy admits slaying father Zanesville Ohio up on top of to million wrought 12 of All top offices in Maine and a u Days before by Hurricane Carol Chance to Point the Way to cop5 hinted in Advance of that Cross asked president Eisenhower victories in the 47 states voting in meeting that the Council might to declare Maine a major disaster november. Reach a decision As to precise i s. A a area. Democrats insist the Issue Isnit pm by on the question of whether two thirds of Nova Scotia a four the election s effects elsewhere but american defense of the nation a what s Best for Maine a they be air St a land Quemoy is essential called for an end to �?o90 years of to effective defense of Formosa one party government a Dulles told newsmen that in generally fair weather was fore burst instance that is a ques cast but Hurricane Edna which i0n for America a military chiefs raked the state s most populous decide. He added that Eisen areas saturday is expected to Cut he wer and the non military the total vote. In 1950, the last a off members of the Security Council 240,127 ballots were cast. Ould stud a the a Ivic of the the polls must close by 7 p continued on Page 8. Column 4 est although vote counting can by James f. Tomlinson Atlantic it n. Jan a expansion of the Muncie Battery Long stemmed Beauty from Call unit of Delco Remy division is to police forma in the Crown and Robes of Start soon plans for the construction of a snarl at s p in communities Indiana traffic took seven lives 2 20 p. Rn., Duck Creek township said sixth grader David Larry in a Queen embarks today on a year addition to the Muncie Delco Wilh fewer than 300 pp1 Over the weekend 2 40 p. Rn., Green township 3 Jesi \2, admitted shooting his a Long whirlwind tour As the 1955 Battery ant and modernization of a smaller vote May Benefit dem Jackson township 3 20 3 20 3 40 los Angeles in a 14-year-old boy scout is held at juvenile Hall today on suspicion of murdering his Stepfather. Police said Larry Imler a scout patrol Leader fired five shots from a .22 Rifle at Irven Woodrow Loucks 40. A truck Driver after a quarrel Between Loucks and Larry smother. The Mother said Loucks pulled her out of a truck by her hair. He had been drinking she said. A i did no to mean to kill him a officers quoted the i Gay. A i Only wanted to scare mrs. Loucks Mother of 13 a including three by Loucks a said the argument was Over who was going to pick up nine children at a birthday party. A two car crash at a county Road p. In intersection East of Mexico killed p. M., Jackson township Cecil e. Jones 47, Logansport p m., Lafayette township sunday and sent seven other per p m., Monroe township sons to Dukes memorial Hospital tuesday�?9 a. at Peru township 9 20 a. Rn., fall Creek Charles Gregory. 76. Rochester township 9 40 a. Rn., Metropolis died sunday of injuries he suf tan school dist., Pendleton to feed 24 hours earlier. Police said a m., Elwood school City 10 20 and he walked into the Side of a mov a a Elwood Library 10 30 ing car. Co untied on Page 8. Column 6 Louis Bromm 57, Evansville a died saturday night after his car or ran off ind. 57 Southeast of Prince Ivo i Otsons ton and turned Over several times _ a a _ a a fiend suffer bums i there were two double fatality a accidents Friday night. William Austin and his wife Mildred both two persons were treated Sun-69, of Brevard n.c., were killed Day at St. Johns Hospital for in a two car collision on a Rural bums suffered in accidents Road four Miles North of fort Larry Weston 4, son of or. And mrs. Car Veston 2051 Lafayette ther to death sunday after coming miss America. Plant facilities were announced to r3 whose most spirited Cam Home from sunday school. Nineteen year old Lee Ann Meri Day by h. D. Dawson general pain 2n Evarsto Bon chief George Hodgson and mus wether of san Francisco who manager of the Delco Remy Divis centrals against reaction or be Kin gum county prosecutor Joseph wants to be an actress and says Ion of general motors. The new or an. Burton Gross. Mcnerney said David in a signed there a no special boy Friend in her addition will be an Extension to the he democratic candidate is a statement admitted he had planned life right now is modest about her existing Plant adding some 41.000ona committeeman . For two or three weeks to kill his figure. Square feet the announcement in father. John Ingles 36-year-old but the pageant judges who stated. H. Staggenburg Man s0 because a dad was selected her from among 49 other Ager of Battery operations explain publican Ben suspect will by arraigned Cincinnati jul James Coffey reelection Are re Al Indianapolis was to be Are Margaret Chase rained today in the fatal shooting mean to . Charmers saturday night were cd that the addition is being built Smith it whose 95.000 Victory margin 0f his estranged wife Juanita. 26. A the threatened and Mother More enthusiastic Over Lee s mels to increase the productive capacity a a a a in the Kitchen of a Swank a curl cafe Here saturday. Coffey was arrested on the Street Yman a thousand times. Little Liz Wayne. A a. The other double fatality of accidentally fell into a tub of a a a a a a a a hot water and suffered first and curved when a car struck a Utility second degree Burns o his hands pole on . 41, 20 Miles South of and the right Side of his Hammond and killed Chester g. Mrs Harlean Neff or i sus ure ments a which shape up this of the Muncie Plant which has be Way bust 344, Waist 22 and hips come necessary to serve Delco-Bat-35. Tery customers in the Middle West. In her first interview with news much of the added capacity will men sunday Lee confided that she be devoted to expanding require did t think shed give Marilyn ments for 12-Volt batteries he said Monroe much Competition and that the new addition is to be a mod the new a a Flat look by dior a came pm fireproof s4eel Frame building jul in time to save .&Quot with a Buff Bricf exterior steel i As for Romance. Lee said Quot there a Sash and Glass windows record and three gop congressmen. Opposing mrs Smith who never continued on Page 8. Column i continued on Page 8. Column 5 when a College Lowers its in Arroli 31, c hic ago and Bis Broth tried Deco Burns of the face and trance requirements there s Usu or j. T. Carroll 33, Hopkinsville eyes when an oven exploded and ally an end in View and Robab a by. She was caught by the fumes. By a few tackles and halfback. A 1 Myca business group workers meet tonight when the local Industry a program is completed the Muncie Battery Plant will be one of the most cast ballots Madison county a few moments after his attractive Brunette wife was found dead on fhe Kitchen floor with three Bullet wounds in her bad Coffey said his wife left him Ith their two children telling people that he was dead in his cell. Coffey told a reporter a when i bought the gun i intended to kill myself. I guess i Farmers will lung myself with advertiser Well pleased with results from bulletin Herald want add we rented it last night and had 8 or to people to Call. We thought that was pretty Good for it to he out in the country a stated the lady who inserted this want and 4 room Moder n House trailer. Adults. Phone 0-0000 you done to have to be a Whiz at writing ads to get big results from the want and Page. Simply phone 3-5371ask for the want and girl. She will write and place your and for the next Issue of the newspaper. Modern Battery plants in the coun Lave an Opportunity this week to spectators at the Sheraton Gib try officials indicated Genera to e Jor their respective choices son cafe said that after they heard contractor tor the addition is e of township agricultural and shots they saw Coffey raise the _ Glaser company. Stabilization committee members gun to his head and twice attempt ii a county wide Elee in. In tots to tire or in a a red e "1 times office to Farmers in the 14 town i her body was taken sunday to ships. Laurel county by her original Farmers vote five choices Home children in each township and return bal Are Karen. 5, and Darrell 4 h lots in person or by mail. To the at the time of the shooting. So a Ftp i qty Aso office. Anderson Coffey was free on $5,000 Bond ? a a a on or before from the Rush county inc jail r a 31 thursday. Sept 16. After the on a charge of raping a 12-year closing Date the votes will be old commit toe mentors from each Kiwi township will follow land Maine j. De Flanagan and candidates listed John Atkinson. A below listed the names members of various teams in voted upon in each township the group follow Anderson township a. O. Bai chairman John Atkinson co1 Raymond bulletin Board i chairmen Philip Cooper Robert a Opp at Pitwood flood e h Dreb Paul Holtzleiter a Fitzgerald Charles Humphrey p of it Hnsen Homer Lawler eve in Wake of Hurricane drainage pipes lie exposed As flood Waters in the Wake of Hurricane Edna Wash away soil and topple Small building at right at Bridgehampton Tong Island n. Y. The South Shore of Long Island was hit for the second time in to Days by a Hurricane. A wire photo Franklin Dick Eret members Cedric Dunkerly we Harper Tipton attorney an t Orebaugh David Symford or-1 Ham Fine soph Pancol Mike democratic candidate tor seer Vale Tranbarger and Jonas Martin Leon Glazer Robert tory of state be principal Whetstone. Lowe Ray Heitger Everett har speaker at a meeting of the Al Boone township Fred Bogue. Tung h. Schuyler Hancock Al w00d democratic women s club Harold Clark. Floyd Hamilton. Schaefer Gerald Shine Henry tan out at the eagles Hallel Frank Horine. Herman Markle a Schrenker John Farr l e w Iii a a a a Quot Melvin Retherford. Earl Stephen clones Morris Rossen or. Dean w a. Ii a son a Todd. William Turner Hoppes Robert Calendar c. J.,. Many county and Sherman Vinson. Phillips Verle Hilligoss. F. Democratic men and women Duck Creek township Robert continued on Pae column i leaders will attend. Continued on Page 9, column is i pages births. 9 Boyle s column 13 child psychology 4 City briefs 12 comics it deaths a 9 editorials. 4 health column. 4 radio la social news. 3-5 6 sports 14-15 Stock markets. 16 television. La voice of broadway4 Washington news _________4 what they say .12 world today. I

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