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Seymour Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Seymour, Indiana Dial 522-6600 for headlines up to the minute Seymour daily Tribune weather partly Cloudy warm with scattered thundershowers tonight sunday. 85th year no. To Seymour Indiana saturday june 13, 1%4 522-4871 raid made Here on poker game eight arrested City police led by Robert of Seymour who police said had Chu Seymour chief of police entered the room just a Short and state police from the sey time before the raid was Mour Post raided rooms at charged with visiting a Gam-116 East second Street above ing room. Paul a place at 10 31 p. In. Chief Gill the first uni Friday arresting eight persons formed officer to enter the Sec and confiscating gambling Ond floor room in the raid said equip meet and Money which the men were seated at a table was on the table. On which Money was displayed tit was the first gambling and that one of the men smarted raid made in Seymour City xxi to grab the Money from the lice said since chief Gill was table. He ordered the men to chief of jail ice previously Dor leave the Money there and it my the Heiwig administration was confiscated. Officers said Elbert o. Cox 55, Seymour a total of $136.25 was on the i was charged with oper table. Rating a game following the also confiscated by the of raid. Charged with gaming flyers were a poker table a were Donald w. Hill 35 Royle crap table and eight chairs w. Hiten Clyde e. Nichol plus a Large Quantity of racing son 48 Gerald Lee Smith jr., forms and betting slips. The 22 Robert. Kelly 31, and confiscated equipment was Calvin c. Able 37, All of sey hauled away in a City Street Mour. William l. Johnson 49, department truck after the grand jury will Convene next monday Price ten cents / a Tribune photo begin a Long trek North a these two men sp/4 Lynn Stuckwisch Brownstown r2, left and capt. Allan b. Dover right Seymour company b commander led a number of other National guardsmen who left Seymour Early this morning for Camp Grayling mich., i where they will participate in two weeks of intensive Field training. This picture was snapped shortly after 7 of clock this morning minutes before the local guard unit departed at 7 10 a. In. I guardsmen involved in the training session Are members of the first medium tank battalion patton138th Armor 38th division Indiana National guard. Company b of the battalion the Seymour unit. An Advance party of four men departed wednesday morning to prepare for the training. Both groups will return to Seymour june 28. Bottorff Cortland native wins demo Secretary of state John d. Bottorff 27-year-old on the first ballot at the demo polled 1.445 votes on the first Well known Jackson county a Era tic 9tate convention Friday ballot in crushing his two it a Tive who 15 years ago was learn at the state Fairground Coli ponets former appellate ing politics around the pot serum at Indianapolis. Court judge John r. A of bellied stove in the family Gro Bottorff president of the in Linton who received 448 votes very store in Cortland won the Diana Young democrats and and former la Porte county democratic nomination for Sec chairman of the Midwest auditor Joseph a. Farina who rotary of state overwhelmingly Young democrats of America received 213 votes. Both a Jacj Farina had filed for the Friday 95 new record for june 12 local guard unit training session the Jackson county grand jury of the May term of Jackson circuit court will go into session at 9 a. In. Monday for the first time during this term which opened on monday May 4. The grand jury to consider matters which Are the Complete 12-member panel of grand jury members drawn for the May term by the the men taken into custody were taken to the state police Post Here where they were fingerprinted and questioned. They later were taken Early this morning to the county jail at Brownstown where charges against them were filed in Jackson circuit court. At approximately 7 of clock where they will engage in their men from Columbus North Roger Pardieck of Seymour j this morning National guards annual two weeks of intensive Vernon Madison Shelbyville special prosecuting attorney of men in the Seymour area be training. Marion Peru and other cities departs for in Michigan Jackson county assisted with the raid and was in charge of filing of the charges and questioning of those in custody. Besides chief Gill other City police officers in the raid included capt. Paul m. Cooper sgt. Calvin w. Thoele and officer Donald. Hickey. State police from the Seymour Post in the raiding party included detective first sgt. Chester Wilson detective sgt. Malcolm Gan a motor March to their guardsmen involved 1 Are of Northern Indiana will be j Secretary of state nomination Only minutes before the noon filing deadline thursday. Bottorff a 1.445 fir sit ballot Victory was the second highest total of votes cast for any democratic candidate and was Only four votes Short of the Jackson county residents he worked near a window but e449_t�tal cast for Roge. D. Were enjoying a Little cooler he was injured Only slightly. Ranigan a Aye e Anyei temperatures today after the a storm described a Small he Art Quot Omna Mercury climbed to a record Tornado touched Down in foun a of a a a Ltd cd 1 on of Iris breaking 95 degrees Here Fri Tam county near Newtown and Banat he Quot of. Brain. A 1 a Day the warmest Mark Ever damaged buildings on three party had also Given heir Back recorded Here on a june 12 farms. Tax following caucus Date at the Mark Smith farm Home meetings held earlier thursday the. ,.nr, Hgt get a Wavd near Newtown a tree was blown night in the Claypool hotel a through the Kitchen and win at Indianapolis Downs were broken. Extensive damage was reported also at the Homes of Hardy Gookins Ami Luckey Stocker. Across the local area until a round to p. In. Friday when Brief thundershowers arrived with cooler temperatures. Earlier at around 9 p. Rn., a downtown Bank thermometer at Frankton in Madison. ,. N j county 300 persons escaped in had shown a Reading of 84 de jury when a tem blew Down on summer Camp training site at members of the first medium among guardsmen joining thei night official to olt Only attend my a Camp Grayling Michigan tank battalion patton138th local unit for the training 63 a registered Here j08 f i Al r itch nut a -oq4, i Vav did nut a Power failure blacked out a Armor. 38th infantry dision. Sexton. This morning m county jury commissioner the h Cpl. Robert ii. Pond week before the term opened Are Woolery Begley of Vernon township Marilyn. Olm Stead of Vernon township Juanita Duncan of Grassy Fork township John c. Pottschmidt of Washington township Carrol Boyer of Redding township William f Duwe of Jackson a Piort 111 razor township Thurman Calloway and troopers John w. Means and Kenneth l. Hollingsworth. Arraignment for the eight was scheduled for late this morning in Jackson circuit court. Of Medora Marion King of Crothersville Gordon Breedlove of Crothersville Marvin Dyer of Seymour Harvey f. Ray of Vernon township and Carl l. Savonen of Jackson township. Six of those 12 members whose names were drawn will be selected to serve on the grand jury which will go into causes Small fire a Small fire caused by a Short in a refrigerator was answered at 6 a. In. Today by the Jackson Washington Volunteer fire department. The Blaze at the Home of or. And mrs Henry Siefker four Miles West of Seymour was quickly extinguished. Session monday morn. A so Kesman for the depart a Hie May ten of Jackson a of dlr Fth circuit court will continue in a a a it Ltd a it Luis a Al a a Eno other serious damage a1 session through the la. Satan halt Day in june. Which june 27. It of a a Lonoke it m,.s to will be followed by an and kor was a Keno a a . Smeu journey summer term which of Soloke Good tunlc<1 m will begin on monday june 29, a darn and will continue to and Mcloud i my october 3, unless sooner terminated by order of the court for the transaction and disposition of such business May be or become indisposed of. The Petit jury of the May term has heard one Case so far during the May term of court and returned a verdict in a civil suit thursday the same Day the trial began. Regarding juries for the adjourned term. Judge John m. Lewis announced at the time the adjourned term was ordered that if in the opinion of the court the jury for the regular panel of the May term of court sits in enough cases. Savings Bond Campaign to end july 4 Indiana National guard com while at Grayling the Pany b of the battalion the guardsmen will be under the Seymour unit. Constant surveillance of High an Advance party of four ranking officers from headmen departed wednesday quarters fifth army Chicago morning to prepare the train m. The units will be graded ing. Both groups will return and notified at the end of the Here june 28. Field training of their rating. Although the local area in Indianapolis wind gusting Cei Ved Only a Light Shower Fri up to 70 Miles hour Tore Day night storms pounded across Marion county. At least Many other sections of Indiana 10 buildings and six automobiles and lightning killed one Man were damaged by lightning. Fall and injured another. Ing Trees and wind. Robert Watson 40, la Porte an Indianapolis fireman. Pvt. Was killed by lightning while Charles w. Weaver 35, suffered returning to his farm after milk Arm injuries fighting a fire the main body of the sey they will be graded on such Mour unit left from the a things housekeeping and my cows. Which was caused by lightning an urgent request for every tonal guard armory at free ministration tactical training an Indianapolis factory work striking a television Antenna. Hii i it a of Lari min in unto to Man Field Earby Uhls morning motor movements and main or. Ison Stinson 59. Browns two Indianapolis television under the command of capt. Iona Nee i Burg was struck by lightning stations. Wish to and a tiv. Buy u. S. Savings Bonds Dur in the remainder of this month aug a b Dover of Seymour. Has been Maie by the Jackson company commander. The com county u. S. Savings Bonds officer leading in Mitten or Lim n c the main body Are second it. Committee the special u. B. I William m. Prewitt of sey savings Bond Campaign which opened May i and closes on Independence Day july 4, nearing its close. Weather records Mour and second it. Jackie l. Dillon of Bedford. The main body of 45 enlisted men Are travelling by truck to the Beau according to the april re Tufui comp in Michigan which port of savings Bond sales in i in the heart of that states Jackson county received by res0rt area. Or. A. A. Cohn chairman of the firs brigade consisting of county u. S. Savings Bond from 14 Indiana cities in committee Jackson county abiding Seymour and com residents purchased $35,871 Marved by col. John n. Owens Worth of savings Bonds an in Seymour Consul of two tank crease compared with $33,262 battalions with Headquarters at in sales for the corresponding and Shelbyville and a period of last year. Mechanized cavalry Squadron i he states sales for Pili Edh Headquarters in Marion were $10,264,068 which a loss these units along with sup of 9.6 per cent compared with elements from Indi last april. Thirty nine of the Mas a icy Dame division from states 92 counties reported f Bri Jrade gains for the month when ill have approximately w sales a april j 200 men under his command for this two week Active duty trading tour. The main Convoy routes to 1963 during the special Campaign of these two months county i savings Bond committee Mem. ,.1t a a hers urge everyone to buy a much a will be on u 27 storms least one Bond or Many of them they can possibly Pur turn to Page 5, column 5 Here Are the weather record for Seymour. The downtown Seymour records and the 2 p. In. Temperature Are unofficial. Other readings Are from the records of mrs. Ruth Overhart government weather observer at Rockford and Are official. Downtown Seymour maximum Friday. Such four or tunes a Muumuu a tidily. New jury for the adjourned Jaq a. M today term probably will be ordered. If the regular May term jury sits Only once or twice then it will be required to serve through the adjourned term. 97 74 82 official record maximum Friday. 95 minimum Friday. 65 River at 7 a. In. 1.9 feet u. S. 24 and Indiana 37. It estimated that 12,000 Gallons j of fuel will be used by the 463 j vehicles of the first brigade Force during the trip to Camp Grayling. While various phases of combat training Are sched ruled for this yeras summer in Ca palent the emphasis will be on tactical operations at the platoon level. The Advance party which left at 6 30 a. In. Wednesday consisted of sgt. First class Raymond e. Hinton of Seymour platoon sgt. Robert e. Gaiter of Brownstown staff sgt. Leroy j. Hageman Supply sergeant and stuff sgt. Louis p. Vogel both of Seymour. The main body to arrive at Camp Grayling after pets of blood. Footers have ing overnight tonight at cold Bloodmobile set Here on june 25 next visit of the red Cross Bloodmobile to Jackson county sponsored by the Jackson county chapter american red Cross will be thursday june 25, at the first Baptist Church Fellowship Center Tipton and Walnut streets from la a. In. To 5 p. Rn., it was announced today. Quota for the visit 175 been mailed to township recruitment personnel reminding them of the coming Bloodmobile visit and volunteers Are now being recruited. Every Effort expected to be made to make the visit to Seymour on june 25 a successful one. Water mich., about 3 of clock sunday afternoon. After arriving at the Camp the first full Day monday will be spent drawing eight tanks from the Michigan National guard for use by the division during the two week training session. To from associated press dispatches Wabash and a the a states two largest conservation organizations called today for Quick creation of the proposed 10,000-acre National wildlife Refuge East of Terre haute. The site protested by Farmers in the area one of two under consideration by the migratory Bird conservation commission a possible location for an Indiana Bird Sanctuary. The other along the Muscat tuck River Southeast of Seymour. The Indiana conservation Council and the Izaak Walton league representing a total of 72,000 Hoosier members adopted the joint Resolution of support for the Terre haute site earlier this week and released it today. They called the Western Indiana site a the Best location in the entire South Bend corp., which took Over a Plant and an army truck contract from Studebaker has another army truck Job that will keep an expanded work Force Busy for three More years. Award of a $140 million contract to build 27,526 military trucks was announced in Washington Friday by rep. John Brademas and Sens. Vance Hartke and Birch Bayh of Indiana. Havana Cuba destruction of the u. S. Government advocated by four negro students among 73 americans visiting Cuba in Defiance of state department restrictions. A statement denouncing the Quot North american racist government was issued by the four. It added Quot we realize the United states government the biggest farce in history and must be six others in the group which arrived Friday by Way of Prague Czechoslovakia Are negroes. Gettysburg president Dwight d. Eisenhower says he welcomes the entry of gov. William w. Scranton into the contest for the Republican presidential nomination but he declined to commit himself when four Pennsylvania legislators asked him to endorse the governor. It was a Busy Day Friday for Eisenhower he also met Here with Maxwell m. Rabb of new York a former White House aide and now National chairman of the Campaign committee of ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge. A a Washington suave gov. William w. Scranton embarked today on what he depicts a Lincoln Ian crusade to Rescue the Republican party from the Coldwater conservatism he sees threatening a cop defeat in november. Scranton declared himself in the running for the party a presidential nomination Friday and received a warm sendoff from Many Republican leaders including former president Dwight d. Eisenhower and the target of his new adventure sen. Barry Coldwater of Arizona were off the air for almost an hour because of Power failure. The wind Tore off about three fourths of the roof of Bethany John d. Bottorff while Many of the old time politicians had believed Bott lutheran Church at Indiana Orff Young and not Well a i enough seasoned to capture the the forecast Calls for More Secretary 0f state nomination thundershowers in Central and David jone5 o Clark county Southern Indiana tonight and said q a amp Shortt thursday Over the state sunday. Contin another Krch nod partly Cloudy and we mth34. Arh Gold weather predicted except servator., he a halt hat Northern Indiana expect cent de to get cooler temperatures sunday. Low temperatures m the 60s Are indicated for tonight. Sun of the delegates Are under 40. They re going for this Renn Lamaster of Jefferson Day highs Are expected to amp huh do Start p"e3iden Range from the Low 80s in the North to around 90 in the South mondays Outlook partly Cloudy cooler Central and North warm South with Chance of showers. Ask office measuring allotments of the Young democrats said Quot John has Wron the enthusiasm of the Young people. He campaigned in 85 counties. Maybe a lot of Are inexperienced in politics but we re ready to go out and work for Bottorff. We re ready to follow him. He a going to the in Indiana a nov. 3 general election. Bottorff will oppose Gerald Powell of Peru the Republican Secretary of state nominee. Brant in 61, who has never held Public elective office will have running mate state rep. Robert l. Rock of an Field measurement of wheat1 Derson Vietor on shoo my bal acreage on some 400 farms in in a four Way race. Bram Jackson county being con and 1449 Job ducted by the Jackson county for state sen. Marshall f. Agricultural stabilization and of plot Mouth his chief conservation office. Remaining competitor and 133 this constitutes the comply for Clinton Green former dance part of the program in ministrative assistant to gov. Solving 215 Farmers Partick Matthew e. Welsh Pating in the 1964 voluntary Hock. 36-year-old 1965 Minon wheat sign up program which in Leader of the slate House was conducted by the ask of of representatives triumphed Hee this Spring for wheat cer fan nhe accountant Wil. Ham l. Fortune former Bloom t if i cat and for Farmers who i Angton mayor Thomas l. Lem wish Only to protect their his tory of past compliance to remain eligible for Price supports. The voluntary wheat program was open to every wheat grower regardless of the number of acres he produced j Tom Lycra ii he had a 1964 wheat allots owed Welsh and Welsh menu which the number of in no Cradle state chairman j. Acres the Farmer was allowed turn to it a it in b column 3 i to Harvest this Spring in this voluntary wheat program allot turn to Page 5, column 4 on and former Secretary of state John r. Walsh of Anderson. Branigin a Victory for the nomination he sought unsuccessfully in a Marathon 1955 tic state convention buying Library books no easy task outwardly the Purchase of a Book a nonchalant act a simple transaction Between Book buyer and Book seller. Motivation on the part of the purchaser to buy a particular Book if Analysed usually to reinforce ones prejudice or to acknowledge ones deficiency. But what of an individual who must divorce herself from personal preference who must keep the diverse tastes of 6,000 Library members ranging from children to senior citizens in mind and who must keep the standards of the Community at heart while working within the confines of a budget every time a decision made to buy books such the admittedly enjoyable plight of mrs. Beth Powers librarian at the sey Mour Public Library. librarian mrs. Powers must decide what books from the countless number Bibl shed and released each Day month and year will be readily available in this Library which circulated 100,000 books across the desk in 1963 to those entitled to the service. Because it a tax supported institution aloofness on the part of any individual charged with Book buying intolerable and yet discriminating selection in every Purchase necessitated by budgetary limitations. Mrs. Powers smiled she recalled a Young Man will wanted to operate his Library without any fiction on its shelves because he considered this genre worthless Quot this simply can to be done Quot she concluded whenever a Book bought Here a Standard procedure adhered to. Usually mrs. Powers relies on what she Calls Quot Basil Library for example close examination of several traditional reviews in weekly or monthly magazines and metropolitan newspapers May be considered a basis for Purchase if these reviews Are consistently favourable. This however not a hard fast Rule since books May get mediocre reviews Here that have aggressive advertising behind them enabling them to climb to the Best seller list for better or worse this Index sometimes so fluid becomes the basis for Purchase frequently because books on it Are requested by Library members three publications form the Core of information which used in every Purchase outside of children a books in fiction an annual Book called Quot fiction catalogue Quot relied upon that lists with recommendations works of fiction writers. The american Library association publication a ibo Okulist and subscription books bulletin Quot another source whose recommendations Are highly regarded in Book buying. A review of books in manuscript provided by the Quot Virginia Kirkus review and considered useful but often harsh in its evaluations. Certainly some judgment must be exercise we in instances where reviewers give divergent opinions of the same Book. A Case in Point the posthumous printing of Ernest Hemingway a Quot a moveable feast Quot which divided reviewers. Mrs. Pov fers Felt Hemingway a stature an artist would War rent buying the Book in spite of a mild controversy. Of course priority maintained for buying books that pertain to local history and for books that compose the Library a Basic collection in reference material. Since Seymour senior High school was built less reference work handled by the Library mrs. Powers said. Most troublesome according to mrs. Powers to buy in an area too soon that will be superseded by Superior works at a later Date. Once this has happened often tunes it impossible to Correct the situation because Money May have to be used in another Field of interest when tile better works Are i listed. Fashion forbid a Dawn Brooks shows you How she got her fingernails to go with a polka Dot outfit in Syracuse n y in lie dots Art Blue on a Pink background

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