The Indianapolis Star from Indianapolis, Indiana on January 12, 1967 · Page 20
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

The Indianapolis Star from Indianapolis, Indiana · Page 20

Publication:
Location:
Indianapolis, Indiana
Issue Date:
Thursday, January 12, 1967
Page:
Page 20
Start Free Trial
Cancel

THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1967r PAGE 20 3 Slain Religious St. Louis, Mo. (UPI Three persons, including an ousted Black Muslim sect member and his wife, were gunned down in gangland fashion and killed yesterday in the latest outbreak of religiou warfare surrouding the Negro sect. The dead were identified as Andrew Hoffman. 33 years nld, an ousted member of the Black Nationalist cult, his wife, Christine, and Roy Tyson, 27, identified as a member of the sect. Tyson, alias Alif Akbar Talir, was found at the east JUMPED AFTER DRUC Undercover Kills 2 Of 4 New York (AP) An undercover detective shot and killed two men, wounded another and set a fourth to flight from a Harlem tenement hallway last night after they attacked him while he posed as a narcotics buyer. Police said two of the attackers carried guns and a third carried a knife when they accosted Detective Edward Codelia in the hallway! Evidently they planned to rob him of heroin he had just purchased as part of a police evidence-gathering operation. THE 25-YEAR-OLD detective shot his attackers with a service revolver he had strapped to his waist under his street clothing. The wounded man was reported in serious condition and Spinster Bequeaths $2 .5 Million To Pope Saratoga Springs, N.Y. (AP) The unmarried daughter of a railroad telegrapher has left approximately $2.5 million each to the Pope of the Roman Catholic Church and the Redemptorist Fathers of New York. But a longtime employe is out $20,000 because he resigned. Miss Ruth T. Wallace of Saratoga Springs, who died Jan. 2 at 62, was raised by a multimillionaire uncle, James A. Leary a trial lawyer and politician. During his lifetime, Leary gave her money and she invested, so that she was a millionairess when he died about four years ago. Leary bequeathed her about $4 million. Her estate again improved with investments and real estate. She said in her will, signed last February: (ADVERTISEMENT) MoreComfortWearing FALSE TEETH Here Is a pleasant way to overcome loose plate discomfort. FASTEETH, an Improved powder, sprinkled on upper and lower plates, holds them firmer so they feel more comfortable No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. It's silkalint. Doesn'tsour. Checks plate odor breath." Dentures that nt are essential to health. See your dentist regularly. Get FASTEETH at all drug counters. RELIABILITY (QUALITY In St. Louis Warfare end of the Chain of Rocks bridge, Edwardsville, 111., with his head crushed. HOURS LATER, the Hoff-mans were shot repeatedly at close range by two Negro men who hopped out of a car while the Hoffman's were walking along a street here. Hoffman was under indictment for the fatal shooting of a Black Muslim in St. Louis last year and the wounding of two others, including local sect leader Clyde X. The other man wounded in the 1966 triple shooting, which BUY Detective Attackers an alarm went out for the man who fled the scene. Chief of Detectives Frederick Lussen said Codelia, a two-year member of the police narcotics bureau, completed "a buy of heroin" in an apartment in the building just before the attack. ONE OF THE MEN, Lussen said, pointed a pistol at the detective and the other held a knife at his stomach. At one point, one of the attackers had the detective's gun, but Codelia wrestled it from him and fired. Seconds later he shot the second armed attacker and wounded the third as he attempted to retrieve the dropped pistol of one of his fallen comrades. Codelia said he fired five shots during the brief tussle. "First, in all things and at all times it has been and is my wish to be motivated by and to execute the will of God." Among other requests totalling $250,000, were $20,000 and an automobile to go to a chauffeur-caretaker if he still were her employe. Eugene McCarthy, 65, of nearby Porter Corners, had worked for and watched over her for 12 years. McCarthy, also unmarried, quit less than a year ago. Town Hall Sets The Indianapolis Town Hall will sponsor a forum about the United Nations and its struggle for peace which will include a talk b y Alexander Gabriel, United Nations correspondent, at 11 a.m. Friday, Jan. 20, at the Murat Theater. Gabriel, chief of the United Nations Bureau of Trans Radio News Agency, Gabriel is scheduled to arrive in In- (VALUE AUTO SERVICE ''''' 1 tr MrM Between the Meadows and Keystone Open Monday through Saturday 8:30 5:30. Open Thurs. 2429 E. 38th St. 545-3388 545-3389 rriTMlfiMi.fMlju'M'f!v occurred in front of a Black Muslim restaurant, was Hoffman's brother, Timothy Hoffman. Earlier this week, three Molotov cocktails crashed through windows of Clyde X's home. He said shortly afterward he knew who was responsible but would not elaborate. POLICE SAID the Hoff-mans were walking home from a grocery store in the 5500 block of North Natural Bridge when the car pulled alongside. Two Negro men, both armed with pistols jumped out and evidently emptied their weapons, police said. Christine, dead on arrival at Homer G. Phillips Hospital, was shot in the forehead and throat. Andrew Hoffman, wounded in the left eye, left shoulder and left forearm, died about ll2 hours later, police said. Tyson's body was found at the east approach to the old Chain of Rocks Bridge in Madison County. Sheriff's police at Edwardsville, 111., said he was a former associate of Clyde X. Anti-U.S. By Police Milan, Italy (UPI) A pro-Communist Chinese terrorist ring allegedly bent on blowing up the United States library and consulate here has been broken, police disclosed yesterday. Police detained two men and a woman in the crackdown on the ring following an investigation of a foiled bombing attempt at the headquarters of the U.S. South European Task Force (SETAF) in the north Italian city of Vi-cenza. SETAF is attached to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. ONE PRIME suspect, Giovanni Sacchi, 63 years old, a wartime underground fighter, apparently escaped the police dragnet by leaping from a first-floor apartment window. Police said they seized 61 sticks of dynamite, 42 detonators, a quantity of fuses and a book, the pages of which had been carved out for use as an explosive container. The dynamite sticks were found in a hardware store downstairs from Sacchi's Forum On U.N. dianapohs at 2 p.m. next Thursday. Joining him will be two deputy representatives of the United Nations, Syed Ah med. Pakistan, and Kifle Wodajo, Ethiopa. Forum chairman will be 11th District Representative Andrew Jacobs Jr. (D-Ind.) The Indianapolis Town Hall is sponsored by Sunnyside Guild Inc. Don't miss today's fine selection of homes listed in Quick-Action Want Ads. COAST TO COAST 8:30 8:30 punua WELCOME LET'S EXPLORE YOUR MIND By Sylvanus M. Duvall, Ph.D, and Evelyn M. DuvaiL Ph.D. ARE WOMEM MORE DIRECT THAW jtEN? NES NOD Are women more direct than men? No. Dr. David McClelland says that a man's style is naturally simple, direct, closed and more analytical than is a woman's. "Women are more interested in the complex, the open, the undefined. They are quicker to see similarities and to observe motion. They are more interested in art and poetry and do better in the things that are not simple and direct enough for the average male." These conclusions come fpDm out of a great deal of research do they make sense to vou? You eyes!" True. "taste with your If you were blind- Plot Foiled In Milan apartment along with some fuses, electric batteries and other material used in homemade bombs. DETAINED IN the police raid were Sacchi's stepson, Renato Saroni, 27, owner of the store, . Professor Anna Maria Regis,' 46, who runs a pro-Chinese publishing house, and one of her employes, Alfredo Morlacchi, 40. Police said the aborted bombing attack on the SETAF headquarters was made the night of Jan. 5. A crude bomb was found just one hour before it was set to go off, they said. 2 Filibuster Ideas Ful Up In Senate Washington (AP) Proposals to make it easier to choke off filibusters ran into trouble yesterday immediately after being introduced. Majority leader Everett M. Dirksen (R-Ill.) opposed any change in the rule requiring a two-thirds majority of senators voting to stop debate. He said the rule is "a safeguard for a minority against the tyranny of the majority." Majority leader Mike Mansfield (D-Mont.), although inclined toward permitting a three-fifths majority to halt a filibuster, urged his colleagues "to think very carefully and very long before they change the rules too drastically." He said the Senate is the only legislative body left in the world that has "a degree of flexibility that protects minorities and small states." In the first business since Tuesday's session-opening formalities, Senator George Mc-Govern (D-S.D.) introducted for himself and Senator Thurston B. Morton (R-N.Y.) an amendment to the rules to permit a three-fifths majority to cut off a filibuster. Senator Thomas H. Kuchcl (R-Calif.) then submitted an alternative plan under which a majority of the Senate membership, or 51 senators, could halt a filibuster after an issue had been debated for 20 days. Connor Plans To Leave Cabinet Post i New York Times News Service Washington Secretary of Commerce John T. Connor, having advocated the merger of his department with the Department of Labor, plans to resign from the cabinet within a few weeks. The merger was proposed by President Johnson Tuesday night in his State of the Union message. Connor's support for the merger, persons close to him said yesterday, stemmed in large measure from the discovery he made shortly after becoming secretary of commerce two years ago that the Commerce Department ha I relatively little influence on the formulation of basic gov ernmental economic policies. He reportedly came to be lieve that a merged depart ment, speaking in one voice for the entire industrial sector of the economy, could not be ignored. folded, you might have real difficulty identifying some most familiar taste. Work going on in taste research tells us some interesting things about why you taste what you do. Appearance has a lot to do with it. Color is very important, as any good meal-planner knows. What makes a child "naughty"? Does he always know uhen he's bad? How do yon deal with a child when he mis-behave f Is spanking the one solution to all deportment problems f To find out, send for the valuable little booklet, "How to Discipline Your Children." Mail your name and address (including Zip Code), 2-5 cents to "Lets Explore Your Mind," co The Indianapolis Star. (Cooyrisht l7) " Only on TWA-8 channels of stereo and hi-fi on jets to Los Angeles. It's the greatest selection of entertainment between here and California. Your choice of jazz, classical music, Broadway hits, movie sound tracks, light opera, folk songs, great moments in history, and more. wMX ?Sr 11 Former Congressmen Gain Pension Hikes By Retiring Early Washington (AP) Eleven members of the 89th Congress, including two Hoosiers, Representatives Winfield K. Denton 'D and Ralph Harvey (R), will get up to $1,000 a year each in extra Federal retirement income because they resigned their seats by last Dec. 30. The names of the 10 House members in the group were inserted in yesterday's issue of the Congressional Record by House Speaker John W. Mc-Cormack (D-Mass.). Senator A. Willis Robertson (D-Va.) also resigned before the deadline. However, Robertson said he resigned in order to give his successor, Senator William B. Spong Jr. (D-Va.), a head start on the Senate seniority ladder. IN ALL CASES, the resignations came after the 89th Congress had adjourned in October. Two of the House members Representatives Harold D. Cooley (D-N.C.) and Ralph J. Rivers (D-Alaska) said the extra pension money was the principal reason they resigned early. Cooley said he and others Him; fs k - - fc It's all on TWA's" direct flight to Los Angeles at 1 1 :05 am every day. For reservations, agent, or TWA at 635-4381. Welcome to the world Jr L , ,.. Servlca mirk owned ttdusivdy by Tram were advised by Zeake W. Johnson Jr., the House ser-geant-at-arms, that they would receive more in retirement if they resigned by midnight, Dec. 30, 1966. Cooley said the bonus resulted from two laws passed by Congress, one to encourage early retirement of Federal employes, and the other to provide a cost-of-living allowance. The increases amounted to about 1 per cent of the salary for early retirement and about 3.9 per cent for cost of living. Cc'ey said he was entitled to almost $1,000 extra a year City Soldier Gets Vietnam Radio Job Pfc. Gary M. Fitzgerald, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Fitzgerald, 3160 North Drexel Avenue, has been assigned as a radio operator with the Military Assistance Command in Vietnam. ' Fitzgerald, 19 years old and a 1965 graduate of Arsenal Technical High School, who joined the Army in 1966, will be working with a tactical force of the 23d Infantry Division. call your travel 1 u . TVM11cArlI A amli-w4-i World Airlines, Inc. ii una v by resigning Dec. 30, instead of waiting until his term ex- ' pired Jan. 3, 1967. ; EACH OF THOSE resigning n early sent letters of resignation to their governors who in turn advised McCormack of J the resignation. ., The group included four who n were defeated in the general ;. election: Cooley, Denton, Rep- r resentative Robert T. Secrest (D Ohio), and Rivers. t Primary election casualties j who quit early were Repre-, sentative Tom Murray (D-,i Tenn.) and Harvey. The others who retired,; from Congress with the end of the 89th session Jan. 3,. but elected to take the Dec. 30 quitting time, were Repre sentatives Paul B. Dague (R- Pa.), Clark W. Thompson (D-Tex.), John C. Kunkel (R-Pa.) and Leo W. O'Brien (D-N.Y). THE FORMULA for congressional retirement benefits calls in general for payments based on 2 i per cent of their highest average salary over a five-year period, multiplied by the number of years of service. Members contribute about 6Y2 per cent of their salaries to the retirement fund. Salaries were raised in 1964 from $22,500 to $30,000 a year. y of iu niiiincs

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 18,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Publisher Extra Newspapers

  • Exclusive licensed content from premium publishers like the The Indianapolis Star
  • Archives through last month
  • Continually updated

Try it free