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Anderson Herald (Newspaper) - September 21, 1957, Anderson, Indiana The weather considerable cloudiness ind occasional showers today. Yesterday s temperatures sunday Cloudy warmer the Anderson Herald news features Complete coverage of events throughout Madl Sou to and surrounding Arev found in the Herald. Vol. 90, no. 83 Anderson Indiana saturday morning september 21, 1957 Price 5 cents explosive sender Hunt conduct victim of shot Booby trapped package wounds Anita Reynolds upper right 21-year-old Ball state College coed suffered Shotgun Pellet wounds on the face and right hand yesterday when she helped open a Booby trapped package addressed to Ruth Perry 18, lower left. Linda Helvering 18, who also helped open the package is pictured describing the explosion to state police det. Earl Warnock left and Thomas Osborn director of traffic and safety at the College. All three reside in Anderson. A wire photo i victim on rail crossing crash at state fatal to local Man College fair religious week planned Here Robert h. Reardon executive vice president of Anderson col lege who succeeds president John a Morrison in june 1958, has been named speaker for the 1957 religious emphasis week series that opens sunday night at Park place Church of god. Miss Carol to Parker Ken Dall "fla., chairman of the Stu Dent religious life committee Eaid the Public is invited with nightly services through Friday set for 7 to 8 o clock. Or. Robert a. Nicholson will direct if he musical aspect of the six Hight program. Preparing for the special week students have held a series of evening sessions in various Resi Dence Halls. Or. Reardon has spoken briefly each evening. Last night an All school prayer session was conducted Between 10 and 12 o clock in the student Center of Morrison Hall. Gene Miller Cornell wis., had charge of arrangements. Religious emphasis week is in Early feature of the College s fall program. Colleges and universities the nation observe the week with students planning the ".program. Members of the student group assisting miss Parker Are or Miller Clark Cincin Nati Ohio Dan Williams Gard ners a. Miss Jane Ralston Rockvale Tenn. And Winfred Smith Detroit Mich. Among other special activities planned for religious emphasis week Are periods of quiet Devotion called for a.m., 12 noon 10 . In charge of the morning hour is with miss Ralston planning the noontime hour. Chairman for . Devotions will be miss Clark. College students will serve As Ushers for each service. Or. Turn to 2, column 7 Oser Dies Helsinki Sibelius 91, the great brooding finnish com Poser died Friday night from a brain Haemorrhage at his secluded Woodland Home outside Helsinki. He was Best known popularly Over the world for the sweeping sonorities of his tone Peom Fin landia and to musicians for the craftsmanship of the dark Mysti Cal music that challenged both their wonder and the critical pow ers. Sibelius left a mystery for the musical world to Puzzle Over. His last published works came out in the late 1920s and he is believed to have done some major compos ing since. He died without saying. The craggy faced giant Long had been regarded As among the. World s shaven brooding face lined with age he remained out of the world spotlight the last 20 years. He had published no musical works after 1929. But the whole world joined in a swelling outburst of Praise and gifts for the Maestro on his 90th birthday dec. 8, 1955. He. Was showered with Mes sages _ recordings and Flowers Flowers and loaded Down with his favorite cigars and Claret. He once said cigars Are my great passion. I smoke them night y Campaign total Sibelius Good morning Start the Day with a chuckle London big alarm Bells at the Bank of England rang and brought a Small of police to the fortress like place where Britain keeps its Gold. A doors were snapped shut to prevent anybody leaving. Police found nothing but a Short circuit. Sibelius was poverty stricken Early in his career. But his Genius became so compelling that by 1925 the finnish government granted him a pension amounting to a year. _ it enabled him to spend All his time composing and to find relax please turn to 2, column 6 local Man fined in City court Friday in City court yesterday morn ing judge Carl t. Smith fined a local Man and sentenced him to six months at the in Diana state farm at Putnam Ville on a charge of assault and Battery on a three year old an Derson girl. The Man has been held in the Madison county jail since the offence on aug. 18. He pleaded guilty to the charge. Judge Smith stated that this was the maximum sentence in City court and the first time the High penalty has been imposed in recent years. Guide lamp ment group meets noted lecturer or. Carl s. Winters Oak will be the principal speaker at a guide lamp management dinner meet ing to be held this evening at Linder s restaurant. Approximately 300 guide lamp members of management will at tend the meeting. Works Man Ager c. D. Cleaver will be Mas Ter of ceremonies at the affair which will begin at 6 p. M. Or. Winters has achieved a National reputation As a speaker and humorist. a lecturer at several universities colleges and High schools As Well As Many National conventions. He recently completed an International study and lecture trip during which he spoke to business and educational groups in Manila Tokoyo bang Kok Calcutta Cairo Rome Par is London and other major cities. In addition he delivers numer Ous commencement addresses each year to High school and col lege audiences totalling More than persons and general audiences totalling More than a Quarter of a million. Or. Winters is in his nineteenth year As minister of the first turn to Page 2, column 6 the Anderson Myca member ship and financial Campaign exceeded its original goal of 000 by As reported follow ing a Victory dinner for All work ers yesterday noon at the Myca upon completion of this year s drive. Officials listed the final total of the Campaign at with four of the divisions and four teen of the workers teams reach ing or exceeding the 100 per cent Mark. Members of the executive committee including c. A. Hus ton president Russell Hulse chairman of the membership committee Wilbur Martin and Carl Campbell general co chair Frank Zoll general Secretary of the Myca extended congratulations and gratitude to All workers of Campaign. Final Campaign results listed by divisions Are As follows Delco Remy division headed by 0. D. Nelson and Ralph fish or reported quota 106 per cent guide lamp headed by James e. Turn quist reported quota .109 per cent Industrial rites Are set for victims of Highway crash a 42-year-old Anderson truck Driver became the third resident of the City to die in traffic accidents within a 24-hour period when he was fatally Hurt in a crossing Accident on ind. 109 East of the City about . Yesterday. According to authorities Otto Franklin Britton of 2008 e. 38th St., was dead on arrival at St. John s Hospital shortly after the Light truck he was driving collided with the second deisel engine unit of a westbound new York Central passenger train. Anderson residents dead during the 24-hour period from an Acci Dent on ind. 67 at Oaklandon late thursday afternoon were mrs. Anderson Man 2 others receive Long terms in Ohio crime spree Canton Ohio we three youth Ful gunmen pleaded guilty Friday to charges of shooting a police Man after a robbery and then holding a family of six hostage for 24 hours to Avert capture were Given Long sentences in the Ohio Penitentiary. Stark county common pleas judge George n. Graham gave the three men consecutive sentences of 10 to 25 years for armed robbery 5 to 30 years for Kidnap ing and 1 to 20 years for shooting with intent to kill. The three Are Billy Gene Rhodes 26, Anderson ind. Wal Ter j. Miller 28, los Angeles and Robert l. Kline 25, Phoenix Ariz the three waived their right to court appointed attorneys. Police used tear Gas to rout the gunmen from a farm Home at Carby Louisville aug. 9 where Homer Fenstermaker s family was held As hostages. Police said they had earlier robbed a grocery and seriously wounded patrolman Harold Lillie 44." after the arrest Ohio and Indi Ana police raided a Plush apart ment on the near North Side o Indianapolis where the men said they holed up Between robber ies. Police found a Well stocked bar guns and several stolen electrical appliances in the apart ment. Mary Howard 50, of 904 e. 29th St., and mrs. Beatrice Waggoner 43, of 4517 Catterfield re. Authorities said the Anderson truck Driver who died following the crossing Accident yesterday was an employee of the Hammons plumb ing company and had been a Resi Dent of Anderson past 20 total deaths h 1957 16 period in 1956 19 31 tech s veterans hand tribe loss for the years. Headed by a. 0. Barnes Paul Newbern Leland Boren Richard Howe John Burton jr., r. P. Lepers and Alan Rinehardt 003.25 95 or cent downtown division leaded by William Hovermale Floyd John Atkinson Roland Maine de Flanagan or. George Taggart Verle Hilligoss and Tom Mcmahan please turn to Page 2, column 6 Faubus ends guard control of school Little Rock Ark. Gov. Orval Faubus Friday night ordered the National guard troops away from Central High school a few hours after. A Federal court ordered him to Stop interference with the school s integration plan. The guard left at p. M. Faced with the injunction Fau bus said i will presumably the nine negro Stu dents who have been barred from the school by the troops since they attempted to enter sept. -4, will attend classes monday. Sev eral had said they would go if guardsmen would not bar their night. Hagerty said the president was told of the troop withdrawal by atty. Gen. Brownell who Tele phoned from Washington. Faubus spelled out his stand on a three station television Hook Way. The action of the governor apparently closes one chapter of the historic struggle Between state and Federal Power but Faubus said he would exhaust All avenues of Appeal to overturn the injunction. R c s i that the second deisel engine unit of the train after which it was thrown and rolled about 250 feet West of the crossing coming to jest against a Utility pole. They said Britton was thrown from the truck shortly before it hit the pole and that the truck rolled and came to rest on top of Britton. He was taken to the Hospital in the har old e. Rozelle ambulance. Railway officials in charge of the train were l. H. Costin Indi Anapolis conductor and Harry sides Bellefontaine Ohio. The train was held at the scene for some time while authorities completed the investigation. State police troopers reported the crossing warning lights were flashing at the time of the wreck. The Accident was investigated Indianapolis. An Alert Veteran Indianapolis tech eleven struck twice for touchdowns in the second Quarter and added the third in the final stanza for a Brilliant 2fl-to-0 Victory Over the hitherto unbeaten Anderson indians in a North Central Confer ence football feature played Over tech s soggy Gridiron Here Fri Day night. The Victory no. 3 for the unbeaten techs and the Green wave s first in league Competition saw the winners con Verl Indian fumbles into six pointers to hand the redskins their first loss in three engagements this fall. Anderson had beaten Forl Wayne South Side and ended Richmond s winning Streak by convincing margins be fore seeing their bid for an unbeaten season ground into tech mud. Anderson s acc record is now a single win and one setback the Slippery pigskin which squirted from eager Anderson hands like squirting seeds front Ripe Papas found nimble Tec lingers gathering in the coveted leather. By state police trooper Robert Manghelli and Aubrey Snyder sheriff Joe l. Brogdon Deputy please turn to Page 2, column s mrs. Edward Kingery elected head of mental health group mrs. Edward Kingery 606 e. 29th St., was elected president of he Madison county association for mental health As a recent meeting of the group in the com -1 Unity room of the Anderson Oan association supporting officers elected to the organization were Wilfred Allen of Summitville vice presi Dent judge Henry p. Schrenker second vice president mrs. Rob Ert Arnold corresponding Secre tary mrs. Willard cording Secretary Allison re and mrs. Hugh Hines treasurer. Members of the executive com Mittee include miss Mary Ethel Thurston chairman of publicity mrs. John Bashaw parliamentarian and two members at Large elected from the Board mrs. Helen Figel and mrs. John Rehm. Board members elected for a one year term Are mrs. Tom White Paul Hanna mrs. Warner Morgan r. W. Kemerly the Robert Sage Vincent Kelly l. R. Voss mrs. Edith Erlewine Victor heritage Merrill Graham r. D. Mccarty Evan Wilson mrs. Elmer Murphin mrs. No Lan mrs. Phyllis Harter mrs. Robert Blake the Rev. Monroe schuster the Rev. H. L. Lana Han Jesse Mcmahan and Robert Lee. Board members elected for a two year term Are Frank Zoll Don Marrer Frank Fishback Beecher Kurtz Leland Fisher Paul Nunn Tom Morgan mrs. Helen Figel mrs. John Rehm Edward Brewer c. H. Spiegal Ira g. Davis the Rev. George Harris mrs. W. C. Kelly the Rev. Wilbur Day mrs. Charles Maine Don Copeland the Rev. Francis Kienly Verle Dovey mrs. William. Schofield and mrs. Opal Bitner. Board members elected to a three year term Are Elmo Funk or. L. Sharp i. D. Dawson p. L. Long. Carl Cleaver or. Eugene a. Neale mrs. Chessell Bouslog Robert Wilson mrs. Walter Olvey Thorn turn to 7., column 6 two Hurt in four car Accident on ind 32 Friday Indiana state police detectives from the red key and Pendleton posts and Muncie authorities late last ight had failed to find the sender of the mysterious Booby trapped package that exploded and seriously founded a pregnant Anderson coed and slightly. Hurt to others also from Anderson. The blast occurred esterday morning in the practical arts he Ball state teachers College Campus As the package addressed to one of the girls. Receiving the majority of he Impact of the blast was mrs. Anita Reynolds 21, 203 College dr., whom authorities at Ball memorial hos Pital in Muncie reported ast night to edition. A nurse said mrs. Reynolds sustained shots on the right Side of the late be in fair con at the Hospital face right and that the tips of her fourth and fifth fingers on her right hand were blown off by the blast. Mrs. Reynolds is expecting a child in two months. Officials said the other two Anderson students who were helping to open the package were Ruth Petry 18, 712 Phillips dr., and Linda Helring daughter of or. And mrs. John Helring 240 Graceland ave. Miss Petry is the daughter of or. And mrs. Wendel Petry and graduated in 1956 from Anderson High school. Detectives said the Box was touchdown in the second period and fullback Ron Macauley booted the extra Point. Macauley later got Loose for a 65-Yard run and six Points making it found last week in the locker o another coed in the Home economics department. The Gir turned it in at the Home economics office and miss Petry came israeli opens secret War Pramila Jerusalem is Ali troops Jet planes and Annon firing tanks have Een staging reuvers in an area describe d Only As in. It was disclosed Fri a. In Jerusalem itself Yosr Ali of it Ial quarters welcomed Secretary state John Foster Dulles recent . Statement on the last As an to Eig Boring Arab Israel. In syrian Premier Abri Assali denounced Dulles speech charging can aimed disturbing a intentions against Syria. Moscow and Cairo radios also attacked Dulles state ments As an to disguises. Designs on the. Middle t 13 to 0, tech in waning to up yesterday morning. Ments of the second Quarter. Sub quarterback John Wel Iever scored from 14 Yards out for tech s third Marker in the fourth Quarter Mike Davenport added the extra Point. Anderson s closest approach to scoring came late in the first tech Laddie John Teague s two Drivers suffered minor one. Juries in a four car crash on ind scoring 32 about three Miles West of an-1 tech Derson at 4 p. M. Yesterday. A Anderson Quarter after marching to tech s 1 a Fumble was recovered by tech s wave and its team drove out of danger. In the ground gaining department tech out gained an Derson 278 Yards to 122 Yards. Anderson had the Edge in first Downs 6 to 5. In passing neither club was successful tech failing to Complete any of two attempted while Anderson s five aerials failed to hit the Eye. Anderson lost four fumbles and tech lost three. Sub Ron the fair haired that recovered Bobble on the 13 0 0 cording to sheriff Joe Brogdon touchdowns tech Akers my and Deputy Howard Gilmore cars driven by Oris Kleyla 42, of Points after touchdown tech 2405 s. F St., Elwood Jesse cinder 65, it. 6, Anderson Edwin Messerschmidt Anderson and James l. Morter were involved in the Accident. Kleyla suffered contusions abrasions and Shock and Ginder received bruises and a sprained left leg. They were taken to St. John s Hospital in the Hiday ambulance. Conant visits school Elkhart ind. We or. James b. Conant former president of Harvard University and onetime . Ambassador to West Ger Many concluded a two Day tour of Elkhart High school Friday. King Haakon Dies Oslo saturday Haakon Vii of Norway the world s oldest reigning Monarch died saturday. Cauley Weliever. Mccauley Davenport. Cloudy warmer weather seen in official forecast considerable cloudiness warmer temperatures were dieted for Central Indiana coun ties today with a High of about 84 degrees. Mercury readings Here Friday ranged from a Low of 52 to a High of 79 degrees Anc total rainfall for the 24-hour period ending at 6 p. M. Thursday was and pre 1.87 inches. The Indiana weather forecas1 for sunday Calls for partly Cloudy King and warmer with scattered show ers and highs of 80 to 88 degrees after saturday night lows of 65 to 70 degrees. First det. Sgt. Charles Epper son of the Pendleton Post sail hat when the girls opened the package and raised the lid sawed off Shotgun rigged up in Side the Container an sprinkled no. 5 shot through Hub the room. Det. Epperson described the weapon 7as a w inches the single barrel Shotgun sawed of almost even with the end of the Shell with the handle als trimmed Down. He said the gun was package n a wooden Box about fee Ong made of Pine and the tra door was secured with Meta hinges. The Box was addressed to mis Petry at her Anderson addres and contained police said a re urn address which read Joh Fite jr., county line Road Chesterfield ind. The Box Bor a regulation parcel Post addres Abel and two 20-cent Stamps by had never gone through the mails. Miss Petry was quoted Assa ing Why i Don t know the later det. Epperson a Fite an employee of the Chrysler corp., at new Castle came police and was cleared of the Fite told authorities that knew nothing about the package and did t know Why Anyon would Send it and use my return he also said he did not kno miss Petry or any of the othe girls at the College. Fite who 26 and married talked to polic about the package and they a assured him that he not unde suspicion. Epperson said Fite theorize that somebody had gotten his a dress out of the phone Book o had seen it on his Rural mail to he said the address was listed the phone Book just As it a printed on the package but tha Pleate turn to Page 2, column 9 correspondents who witnessed he israeli military exercises saw i coordinated air arid ground simulated attack on an enemy fortified Hill position. Jet planes dived Down to strafe enemy columns with live am munition while tanks fired their to support infantry moving a for the j us israeli speech showed that he Secretary of state was obvious a aware of Arab threats Israel. Officials said Dulles can not fail to be aware a jord Nian declaration to use against Israel if necessary. L 102.1 cold reached Washington Navy said Friday that its South pole station reported a record Low temperature of 102.1 Zero tuesday. It record of 100 below registered May 11, the Navy said the temperature at the Antarctic station averaged 83 below Zero in the first 17 Days of this month. New arrivals in Anderson and Vicinity born at St. John s Hospital to or. And mrs. Harding Raines 2714 pitt.St., boy and girl. Or. And mrs. Maurice pick ering 522. Woodlawn dr., a boy. Or. And mrs. John Baker Frankton a boy. Or. And mrs. Albert Johnson 2622 w. 13th St., . Or. And mrs. Vincent pre Muda 3026 w 22nd St., or. And mrs. Billy Parker Alexandria a boy. V or. And mrs. Jack Kasdorf Pendleton a boy. Or. And mrs. Julius sylves Ter Lapel a boy. Or. And mrs. Herbert gusting Markleville . Mrs. Edward Kingery Cocker pups sold weekly and needed Only four Days Here s a prime example of How the Choice of a weekly rate want and Over the stand Ard three Day kind meant the difference Between Complete and partial Success. It took four Days to sell the pups advertised and the advertiser exercised the option of cancelling the Adim mediately and paying for Only four Days of advertising. Two Black Cocker pups. 5 weeks old. And phone a xxx. Quick profits result from classified advertising which puts one in immediate touch with the person either offer ing or looking for goods and services. Want ads Are now Avail Able at a special weekly rate and Are Cancellable after re sults Are obtained. Dial 3-5371 to place an order. Wreck fatal to truck f. Of 2003 38th St., died or route to St. John s Hospital about . Yesterday after the Light frug la he was driving above col j with a westbound new York Central passenger train on i i ind. 109 East of the City. Coroner Fred Hiday said his death was caused by a fractured Skull and crushed Chest. Herald i

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