Anderson Daily Bulletin from Anderson, Indiana on November 9, 1962 · Page 1
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PAGES 18 INDIANA WEATHER Partly cloudy and cooler tonight. Low in mid «s. Partly cloudy Saturday. Uijh around 50. Yesterday's range: 36-45. Low today 40. Anderson, Indiana Friday, November 9, 1962' Vol., 78 No. 199 Price Ten Cents NEW YMCA SECRETARY HERE-James Huffman, seated, new general secretary of the Anderson YMCA, discusses operation of the Y with staff members J. B. Mar-tin, left, membership secretary, and Gene Bell, program secretary. Huffman took over duties this week at the local YMCA coming here from a branch "Y" in Atlanta, Ga., to succeed Frank K. Zoll, who resigned recently. Zoll will be honored with a banquet at the YMCA on Nov. 15. (Bulletin Photo) State GOP Head May Resign May In Face Of Capehart Defeat U. S. WARSHIPS TO BEGIN CHECK OF SOVIET VESSELS Safe At Highland Looted School Money Taken; Other Tlicl'ts Probed Robbers broke into Highland High School, northeast of here in Richlaiul Twp.. last night, forced open a 3x5-foot safe in the office of I'riu. David Rankin and stole about 5500 >om it and a similar amount in money and equipment from the school workshop. Anderson police are con- .imiiug investigation ol na.jor thefts here recently, in By IRWIN .T. MILLER (decision would be made early nextla special interest in revitalizing 'including $5,000 taken INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - The week. " • - • ' resignation of Thomas A. Gall-| Gallmeyer, a Fort Wayne law- meyer as Republican slate chair-Iyer, said he needed to devote man is probable next week in Ihcimore time to his law practice, wake of Sen. Homer E. Capchart'sl defeal for re-election. it Gallmeyer said he was "dis cussing the siluation" with LI. Gov. Richard 0. Ristinc, the parly's, highest elected stale off! cial and titular head. He said a the organization to sec that it the holdup ill the Kroget doesn't happen four times in a sl | |)t , rm . u . keL al 3 g th g t Some Republicans were blaming „ and Columbus Ave.; JJ160C Township Vole Finals Checked Final check of votes cast Tuesday in 14 townships in l\radison county reveals that Democrats elected officials in nine and Republicans in five. All Democrats were named in Anderson Twp. Winners follow: in 13 other townships Adams Township Trustee, Horace W. Hays, (R); advisory board, Keith Bronnen- berf (D), Frederick R. Fisher, (D), and Tom McAllister (D). Boonc Township Trustee, John Hiatt (R); Advisory board, Ralph Broyles (R) Melvin Grimme (R, and Earl Sfephenson, (R). Duck Creek Township Trustee Mary Dcna Waymirc (D); Advisory board, Ralph A. Hones, (D), Horace Mays (D) and Robert F. Williams (D). Fall Creek Township Trustee, Norma .1. Michael (R): advisory board, .Charles T. Oldham (R); Fred Taylor (R), and Robert Wynant (R; assessor, Ray E. Colvin (R); JP, Heber H. Crim (R), and constable, Jai mea S. Mannon (R). Green Township Trustee, Phyllis J. Calbcrl (R); advisory board, Clarence Alfonle (R); John A. Randall Jr., (R); and Wayne G. Scott (R). Jackson Township Trustee, Ray Croxton (D): advisory board. Lester Founlain (D); Omer Hobbs (D), and John II. mi (D). Lafayette Township Truslee, Verlc Miller (D); advisory board, Wayne Boll (D!; James Brizendinc (D), and Wilbur. Runyon (D); JP, Harrielt J. Brittan, (D). Monroe Township Trustee, Ernest Allen (D); advisory board, Merlin Fuller ;D); F. Neal Johnson (D), and Ivan Moorman (D; assessor, Mae Elchison (D): JP William Stringer (D); constable, Lloyd W. Frix (D). Pin* Creek Township Trustee, Waldo Canaday (D); advisory board. William Fitzpal- rick (D); Denver Mays (D), and Charles D. Well (D; assessor, Grace Thomas (D; JP, Aaron T. McCord (D); constable, Sylvester R. Hahn (D). Richlanri Township Trustee. Clark K. Burns (D>; advisory board, Robert F. Hoover <D). Chester L. Krcegar (D), slid Charles Lawlcr (D); JP, Donald Hoffman (D>. Slony Crock Township Trustee, Ward Shetlerly Jr. IR); advisory board, Kenneth E. Bodcnhorn (R), Neal F. Dickerson (R), and James Russell (R). Columbia City, who succeeded Gallmeyer as 4th District chair- lan. Gales, son of former Gov Ralph F. Gates, also has been mentioncdjhis obvious youthful advantages as a possible candidate for governor bul is considered likely to Iry firsl for lieutenant governor in I9G4. Nave seen the leader of their state lend to remember things of which damage estimated at several him- lickcl go down to defeat. Ristine.uhey disapprove belter thnn ac-''" " as a candidate for governor, has (ions they approve. uiu lllllu lu 1Mb lii\v ||| ciciiuu. OUJIIL' !\U[muilLilllb \\U1U minimi^ . , ,. . , "I think we're generally comins|an clement of overconfidcnce °, ole " '" . ? su f '"OOLiery the conclusion that I'll slcp'wilhin the organization at least 1 luesday night at Kmkers Hardware Store; over $200 al Eavey's out." he said. Ristine, llic early favorite for j font, the parly's nomination for governor in 1964, said there might be [partly for Capeharl's narrow de- holdup But the victory of most of the supermarket Sunday night of the Gcj p sl!ltc t icke(| cvcn ', m( | some changes in the organization, though the margins were slim,!r ram t| ]c Supreme Tool He added. "We need a full-time! indicated the result was more of; chairman." ia personal triumph for the new! The most frequently mentioned'Democratic name as a successor to Gallmcycr E. Bayh .Jr. was that of II. Dale Brown of Indianapolis. IHh District chair- for hard campaigning, man. Some Republicans also were even Ihe lace set by Sen. Vance talking about Robert E. Gales of.Hartke, D-lnd., in 19511. iatcd the Highland rob- le learned thai Ihe robbers • the school building by breaking a window. The office of Prin. Rankin was bcry. He also had the backing of the best Democratic organization in years, especially in financing, and was able to exploil lo Ihe fullesl over Canchart in television appearances. One Republican pointed oul also that anyone in office 18 years is straight one in which Republicans Tuesday's cleclion was the third bound to have displeased some along the way, and voters A pattern similar to that Capchart's loss, which included weakness in many Republican counties, appeared in the defeat of Republican Supreme Court Judge Arch N. Bobbin of Indianapolis. Bobbin, senior member of the high court, was the only other Republican defeated for re-election. trudcrs from getting inlo an inner compartment. OTHER PROBES lns|>ector Carl Whitinger and Police Chief John llcidcn report Clues Sought In Slaying Of Third Woman JEFFKRSONVILLF,, Ind. (UPI) —Indiana and Kentucky aulhori- ies today sought to • establish a conneclion between the deaths of .hrce Louisville young women found slain near here in recent dates for Appellate Court seals safe's combination. ransacked. The combination was knocked off the safe wilh a sledge hammer, and Ihe contents were emptied out. The burglars took $500 in cash, belonging to various school funds. Money collected for the school band's Orange Bowl trip was not in llic safe, however. The robbers also broke into a workshop at the school and stole around $50!! as well as causing drcd dollars. Tear gas pellets in the office O r safe exploded, preventing (he in- that clues machinery which occurred detectives have obtained to the thefl of $(i,000 ill 10 although Alvin C. Cast of Kciillandldays ago al the Supreme Tool lost his bid lo unseat the Demo-IShop, Grand Avc. They also have cratic state superintendent public instruction. Two other Republican Supreme Court judges and four GOP candi- of leads, it is reported, in the safe robbery this week at Rinkcr's Hardware Store. Tools in the store were used to pry off the were successful. mouths. The body of the latest victim,; \nila C. Barniorc, 21, Louisville.lSellOols, CllV was found Thursday in a field lear Charleslown, fnd., a few miles norlh of here. Authorities said the partially-clad body had jeen mutilated, indicating a possible sex motive in the slaying. The other victims were Julia Anderson public schools operate on normal hours Monday, although some public offices and Dawson, 22, and Nancy -May other places will close in obscr- Webb, 21, both of Louisville. Miss }awson's body was found last Hay 21 in a field along the Ham- >urg Pike near here. She had wen poisoned. The body of Mrs. Vebb, a strangling victim like Miss Barmore, was found Oct. 16, also in a field along the Hamburg Pike. Clark County Coroner Edwin Coots said thai Miss Barmore appeared to have been strangled but thai an autopsy was pcr- vaucc of Veterans Day, which oc-! 101 ' 1 ? dividend of 35 cents, payable formed to determine (he exact delivery. The public library By WILLIAM K, AKIKHiAST WASHINGTON (API - Democrats responsible for gelling Pi iricnt Kennedy's domestic pro-j lo a Republican, is likely to'make; w " 1 ' 1 ' 1 T "' la y gram through the House don't be-ithe entire Alabama delegation I'd Union Township Truslee, Raymond Poor (D); advisory board. Elmo Dotson (D), Glenn Pittsford (D), and Kenneth A. Poor (D); JP, Bea- Irize E. Roper ID), and Francis E. Swain (D); conslable, Tommy Granl (D). Van Buren Township Trustee, Don Gossctt (D); advisory board, John C. Bear (D), Robert A. Dean (D), and Eugene DuPouy (D). L.ITTI-B 1.1X1 (Continued On Page 2, Column 8) Offices, Banks Open Monday at Burglars robbed'a gas station al. and Main Sts. last night U.N> Pays Tribute To Mrs. FDR Nation's Leaders To AI tend Private Services Seek To Confirm Missile Removal Jiy BARRY SCIIWEI1) WASHINGTON (ffl— U.S. Navy warships steamed into position today for a rendezvous with Soviet vessels and on-the-spot proof they are hauling- Red missiles from Cuba. The iil-sea check is expecled to go smoothly. Soviet cooperation is taken for granted and the Pentagon indicated Thursday that the American ships would do their checking by sideling up alongside the Soviet vessels. However, a spokesman would not rule out tho possibility that the Soviet ships would be boarded i£ By UONAU) JOHNSTON UN1TKD NATIONS, N.Y. (UPI) -The 110-mi- sllch . lclion • ( , , llccossal . v . lion General Assembly led! In p.-odaj,,,!,,,, al „ Moscow ^ news conference Wednesday that the Red missiles "probably arc on their way" home, Soviet Premier Khrushchev mentioned a fig- the world today in mourn-' ing the death of Mrs. Kleti- nor Roosevelt. United Nations Acting Secretary General Thant 'reflected the heartfelt sor- irow of the famous and the lire of 40. That's the minimum amount the Navy will be looking for. the Pentagon said. SCHOOt SAFE lOOTED-The photo tokan by Frank Dick and Frank Burroughs, students at Highland High School, shows debris le(t by robbers who opened the school safe last night and stole money and articles valued at $500. The some amount in money and property was also taken from the workshop room. Deputy Sheriff Robert Hedge is investigating. Funds collected for the Highland Band's Orange Bowl trip was not in the safe. Tivo Parades Here On Veterans Day Two Veterans Day parades will be sUiged here Saturday. Nov. 0, marking observance of the special day which Ibis year falls on Sunday. Al 1 p. m. lomornm locketl Post of the American Le- Dcnsford ;ion will dedicate two guns salvaged from the recently scrappeti ittltlcship USS Indiana. The guns lave been mounted permanently the service men's section ol •]ast Maplewood Cemetery. A parade will precede dedica lion of the war relics. The program will l» as follows: Invocation by Father Victoi Schott, Gene Swindell will inlro- luce guests; welcome by Mayor pronounced by George Kilgns, •"crguson; presentation of guns to cemetery by Floyd H. Smith, locketl Posl commander; accepl- dnce of guns by Frank Zoll. president of the Bpard of Trustees of Fraffjc Arrests Number 193 In .Cily In Month The October police report, re- eased by Chief John llcidcn fol- owing compilation by Capl. Robert Morris, shows 176 arrests for Tiiscellancoiis causes last monlh, by breaking a window. An unde- increasing the lolal for Ihe year lennined amount of cash 1.950, and 103 arrests for mov- stolcn from vending machines, ing traffic violations. In the mis- Detectives have no new leads'ccllancous list, leading offenses in the holdup last Sunday night were intoxication, 50; disorderly the Kroger supermarket al conduct, 21; assault and battery, curs on Sunday, Nov. 11. Cily offices at the city hall and .he light anu.walcr offices will be open Monday. The State Employment office, 12lh and Jackson Sts., has announced that it will be open on Monday. Local banks also will be 10; juvenile delinquency, 48. Arrests for violations of moving laws included: driving under influence, 9; reckless driving, 31; ,...., „ „..„, ,,..., u .,._ s P cedi "S. 05: disregarding auto iDcc. 17 to Class A common share-js'finals. 31. The October total in- 38th and Meridian Sts. INLAND VOTES DIVIDEND INDIANAPOLIS (API—A quar holders of Dec. 3, was voted Thursday by directors of Inland Container Corp. Inland dividends have been averaging 25 cents a quarter. open. County ollicos in tiic eourt- liouse will be closed all day Monday. The Post Office also will be closed .and there will be no mail not be open on Monday. Little Change Indicated In New Lineup 01 House BULLETIN BOARD Democrats were returned lo the House. • . j That plus Hie fad thai Sen.! .isler Hill of Alabama almost lost' Hirlhs Boyle's Column Child Psychology City Briefs Comics Deaths Editorials lloallh Column linilin Social News Sports Slock Markets THcvisliHi .. .. Viiire Of Hroadway .. W'hal Tliry Say .... Pages ... 18 ... ^ ... 4 ... IS ... 13 ... 2 ... A — 5 ... 13 .11-12 .. 8-fl ... II ... 13 .. 4 ... II) ...18 creased traffic arrests for the year to 1,300, of which 474 were for speeding. There were 147 non- mnving traffic arrests last month. The juvenile department reported 43 boys and 5 girls taken in custody last month. Twenty-two youths were detained at the juvenile center. Detectives of thefts in Oclobc: in property stolen and $1,455 covered. Twenty cars were stolen last monlh. and all bul Ihree of Ihcm were recovered. Maplewood Cemetery; Bob Me- Cusker, who served .as a yeoman aboard Ihe first USS Indiana BB1. will give brief details of Hint ship's operations; LI. Cmdr. Don dclail Ihe history of the BB 58; Cong. J. K. lioiish will deliver the dedication sirecch. The Nnval Reserve Color guard ill conduct flag raising ceremonies. Honor guards and drill teams will make • formalions, ant Ihe Highland Band will piny the National Anthem during Ihe flag ln Btlm ,| | n ., minute's silent trib- rnising. Kollowiug (he unveiling of Hit guns a graveside prayer will IIL state chaplain of the 40 and This will Iw followed by a rifle salule by the Naval Reserve firing squad; laps, and the Ixmcdiction jy the Rev. Monroe G. Schuster, inslor of the Central Christian Church. KVKNING I'AHADK At 7:30 p.m. Saturday Ihe Logon's annual Veterans Day parade vill be staged downtown, starling at 5th and Jackson Sts. Awards vill Iw presented winning units. Judges will be on Ihe reviewing stand, on the courthouse square, Mayor Ralph Ferguson of Anderson, Mayor Guy Lewis ftl On Pag" 2. Elks Dedicate New Building The new $180.000 home of Anderson Lodge, 200. of Elks, will >c. dedicated Sunday in a ceremony at 2 p.m. at the new build- ng, 1703 Broadway. Sjwakers will nclude C. L. Shidelcr of Torre lautc, grand knight; Virgil esteemed Bowman. , , , ... ,,i The Navy's mission is lo con- Himble around the globe r irm whnl lh( , Dcfcnsc Dcp ait- by slating simply that she mclll suvs ., ori;1 | reconnaissance was "truly the First Lady of the World." General Assembly set :iside its business at Ihe opening of its (10:30 a.m. EST) morning session lo pay Iribulc to the wi- low of President Franklin D.\ull who became a workinj lisciplc and worldwide apostle of .he Unilcd Nations. Mrs. Roosevelt, who had snt in he United Nations as a delegate is well as working its corridors is a newspaper columnist, died Wednesday night at her New York Cily home. She will be bur- ed Saturday in Ihe rose gnrdcn of her Hyde Park, N.Y., home iiesiilc the late president. Assembly President Muhammad Zafrulla Khan of Pakistan prepared a brief statement in memory of Mrs. Roosevelt al the opening of the session. Tho delegates of all members countries — some of whom had crossed words with Mrs. Roosevelt in her career as a U.S. rep. rcsenlalivc here — were called photographs indicate—"That medium-range ballistic missile and iiilormediale-raiiRe ballistic missile equipment is being removed from Cuba." The Pentagon announcement also said the photographs indical- Former Mental Patient Held For Killings FRANKLIN, hid. (UPH—A former mental patient who hacked her mother and an elderly neighbor to death with an ax was held today for action by the Johnson County grand jury. Mrs. Dclphinc Oil. fit, told a 'cd "all known MR11M and 1RIJM justice of tiic peace, "I'm guilty" nissilc bases in Cuba have been lismanllcd." Three Soviet ships—presumably arryiug missiles—were sighted uulbound from Cuba Thursday. They probably will be the first contacted by U.S. warships. Although Washington fully >ccls Khrushchev to live ule lo the 711-year-old formei Firsl Lady. The United Nations comprises all llic world' religions but pray- or does nol figure in its prucced- ngs. The silenl tribute was the nosl solemn farewell Ihe United Nations could pay lo Mrs. Roosevelt. U.S. Ambassador Adlai K. Sic- leading. district] venson, a close personal friend, vas to give the main eulogy. He eft a Cuban crisis discussion al he Soviet embassy early Thursday night to work on his tribute. In contrast, there will not he my eulogy at the rites Saturday if the simple Episcopal service burial of the dcnd at St. St. James Episcopal Church in lyde Park at 2 p.m., or a half- lour later beside the grave al he lioosevclt estate. President Kennedy will lead the mourners at the private services, 'minor President Harry S. Truman and Mrs. Truman also wit literal, along with Vice President .yndon Johnson and cabinet members. Kennedy Look the unprecedented step of ordering that Amori •an Iliigs at all official Installs ions both here and around the Continued On 2. Column 4) deputy, and Robert Beck, state rilualislic dircclor. Leroy Lutton, local exalted rul- r, and oilier officers are in :harge of the dedication program ind Accidents Arc Investigated preliminary eelcbra- i, K |;, y ^purled only _ . eecivcd 89 reports! 1 ' 0 " 1 whldl slarle(1 wllh a P> lhlic dents uccurn-d yesterdaj iclober will) $ r ,200' 0|)0 " hnllse from 3 lo '• I'-'"- lo " "'Shi, but warned that c: " c .'day. Dancing and special enter- ' " ' ' ' '- '•-" jtainmcnl are scheduled for In SPECIAL SKSSIONSKT .SPRINGFIELD, 111. lAI'i-Gnv. might. Tomorrow an open-pit barbecue will Iw held for memlxirs from 5 lo 7 p.m., followed by dancing lo Moriarity's band. The Roger Ray show will be presented. Architccl for Ihe new home was Arthur HcnninR, and Guy Ham- Olio Kcrncr issued today a fnr-jjlton was conlractor. The slruc- mal call for a special legislative lure was slarlcrl a year ago on iscssioii al. 4 p.m. Monday to pro-jibe wooded Broadway slip, which |vidc emergency liansfer ol fundsjias parking for 100 cars 'for public aid. Kvcst of the home. Police and Ihe sheriff's office a few aeci- and last ixtra care should be taken by both drivers and pedestrians because of impaired visibility as a result of ha/.y atmosphere and rain. Wet leaves al intersections also make sudden stopping difficult. Capl. Fred Ilichardson reported •10 trafic accidents so far in November, will! II persons hurl. Three mnlijrisls were injured ycslcrday in a wreck al .IIHh St. rind Ind. I0!i bypass. They were Fred Crawford, his wife, Minnie, hrilh of faro, Mich., and Hoseoc Graves of Muiicic. lievc last Tuesday's elections!: made their job any easier. They hold this view although more conservative-minded. And it also may give pause lo a handful of other Southerners who only slightly—from a Democratic not majority of 261 to 174 in the last Congress to 259 to 176 in the new] one. the House lineup was changed backed Kennedy more oflen than Adding to Hie Democrats'prob- lems was Ihe defeal of six Dem- locrats in districts which, because A cold analysis of the resultsjof redistricting, pilled incumbonl doesn't give any indication that Democrats againsl incumbcnl Ue- the new House will be any morcj publicans. Five of Ihe losers normally were supporters of the President's program. In some districls. liberal Dem- fact that Democratic losses were ocrats upset incumbent Republi liberal-minded than its predeces- or. While publicly elated over the far less than normal for an off- year election, party experts privately find little lo be overjoyed ahoul. cans, while in others some liberal Democrats were unseated by conservative Republicans. "It may be some lirnc before They point out thai while Hie a complete analysis can be made" addition of liberal Democrats a top Democrat said privately, from such states as California "Offhanr! it looks like we might! has swelled the pro-Kennedy have several gains on the liberal, 'ranks, rcsulls in other areas haveiside. but it may take a key test {thinned them oul again. |votc in Ihe House itself lo make; In Alabama, (or instance, three [certain what happened." j Democrats normally classified ,111 One Ihine that seems certain,! [Kennedy supporters on domcslicjhc added, is thai "il's nnl going! There is nothing that makes legislation ran in Ihe last three.lo he a l*d of roses for the Prcs- wnmen Inrn blur; as fast >$ Ihe positions among Democrats in a'irlcnl's domestic prngram. 11 looks brtt <i£o of gray hair. 'statewide race in which eightllike one battl* alter another." ip lo lis missiles wilhdrnwal commit- ncnl, Hie Pentagon announcement earclully avoided a flat declara- ion Hint all Sovicl missiles on their way out of Cuba. Thus, the question remains: Did he Soviets bring inlo Cuba more nissilcs Hum were delected by U.S. surveillance? Thursday night, Assistant Secretary of Stale Edwin M. Martin acknowledged in a radio interview (Mutunl-Capltol Assignment) Ilia inspection of departing ships n sen "would nol necessarily tell us wluil was loft behind." At the United Nations, inlormcc sources reported thai the Soviet Union has told the United States ill Soviet missiles will be out of Mm by Monday and there will x no need for U.S. naval inspec- 'ion of outbound Soviet ships after hat dale. The inclination in Wiish- iifjlon was to view this as inform- illvc, rather than an allcmpl lo id n deadline for when al-sea inspection should cease. This morning, the Washington 'ost said il had learned al Ihe United Nations that Khrushchev ,cnl a private letter lo Kennedy Tuesday as part of a continuing rocess of keeping channels open iclwccn Washington and Moscow. Although the contents of the irief note were nol disclosed, the "osl said, the supposition is lhal I dcall with visual inspection of homeward-bound Soviet ships. Two major problems remain unsettled: The removal of an csti- maled Iwo dozen Sovicl jel bomb- er.s from Cuba and on-sitc inspec- lion. A :)'£-hour conference Thursday at llic U.N. Soviet Mission between Ambassador E. Stevenson and Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister Vasily V. Kuznetsov failed to produce a solution. _ President Kennedy has insisted (Continued On PnKe 2. Cnlumn~T) Mrs. Roosevelt's Wish Not (jruiilud NEW YORK (AP)-A request made in life by Mrs. Franklin IX Roosevelt could nnt be carried out in dealh. She willed her eyes lo an eye bank, in hopes of aiding the sighl of someone who survived her. liul her son, Hep. James lloose- vell, announced lhat the Ijcqucst could nol be fulfilled because an autopsy confirmed doctor' diagnosis of Hie cause of death precluded donation of the eyes. Thursday night several hours iftcr the dealhs of her mother, .Irs. Elizabeth Mahaffey. IM. and a neighbor, Mrs. Ruth Organ, 110. Sgt. Harry McMillan of tho ndiana Slate Police said Mrs. Ott cilled llic two women with an ax it their adjoining homes near lore and then telephoned her laughter in Chattanooga, Tciiu., o tell her what she had done. The danghlor. Mrs. Gladys Post, called Ihe Johnson County slier- ff's office here to report the slay- ngs. Sheriff William Stillabowcr said Mrs. Ott told him she killed her mother because she "just got mad" at the older woman but said she did nol know why she killed Mrs. Organ. He quoted her as saying, "I don't know why I killed Mrs. Organ. She thought 1 couldn't bo trusted, and I couldn't, could f?" McMillan said Mrs. Oil killed tier mother as Ihe older woman bent over a cabinet in the kitchen of Iheir farm home. He said (ho woman said the ax was "very lull" and "I had lo hil her several times." McMillan said Mrs. Oil. I hen went to Ihe Organ honia icxl door and hacked Mrs. Organ o death as she slept in a chair n front of a television set. At her arraiugmcnt fxjforc Jus- ice of the Peace Frank Israel, Mrs. Ott attempted to plead guilty >ut Israel ordered a plea of innocent entered on her behalf. When he did so. Mrs. Ott told liiii, "I don't understand. 1 am uilly." Dr. Stewart T. Ginslwrg, Tndi- ina commissioner of mental health, said Mrs. Ott was a patient in Laltuc Carter Memorial Hospital at Indianapolis for several months in 1933 bul was released because she was "able to look after herself." Boy, 15, Held For Car Thefts Police detectives and juvenile officers are holding in custody a 15-year-old boy, residing on W. Olh St.. in investigation of the- theft of 11 automobiles since last May. The youth was arrested :>y Capt. James llanmi and DC- Icclivc llughsten Rroadnax yes- Icrday near 7th and Delaware Sis. According to police, the cars were stolen from: Phil Decker, 17 Overlook Dr.; Oonna lirown. 2(124 Nichol Avc.: Marion Collins, 332 Woods Rd.; W. N. Waldo. 511 W. 9lh St.; Tom Decker. 32! W. nth St.; Graydon Collier, -124 W. loth St.; Robert Douglas, 233 W. IHh St.; Carl Payne. Illl I. Anderson; Norman Lclirun. 407 Vas- >indcr Dr.. Chesterfield, and sane Hale. 2-101 W. 25th SI. Nation's Vote Total Is Listed At Over 51 Million WASHINGTON (UPII — Ameri-|was considerably lower than lh» can voters turned oul in recordjlotal 1960 vote when the Whita lumbers Tuesday for a non-presi- House was at stake. The I960 tc- lential cleclion year. An unofficial and incomplele 'tabulation by United Press Intr>r- 'nalional showed that well over 51 (million voters went to the pollsllion — 1958 — about 48 million Jin 50 slates, lopping any previous|votes were counted. This was tal was 119 million votes. But on a comparative scale, Tuesday was a banner vole day, tn the most recent off-year dec- off-year election turnout. Final returns will swell this total considerably. It does not include many absentee ballots, votes cast for minor NEW ElKS HOME DEDICATION SUNDAY-Thc new $180,000 home of Anderson lodge, 209, of Elks, above, woi recently completed and is being dedicated this weekend wilh ceremonies beginning today and continuing through Sunday. Th* structure, al 1703 Broadway, has 160 feet of frontage on Broadway and th«r» it a parking lot to th* west for 100 can. The home includes a -Mx86-foot lodge room that can be used for dancing, an 18x50-foot dining ro^m, large lounges far men ond women, a club room and other features. Furnishings are in contemporary design. A number of national and stolo officers will he here for on open house today and (or iht actual dedication rila on Sunday. (Bullstin Photo) jtimistic advance predictions by nolitical analysis who guessed a "good" total vole would be around 50 million. Analysts now are trying to de- Icrminc what faelors influenced Ihe record off-year outpouring of ballots — good weather, Cuba, or strong local and national issues. Last Tuesday'i count, of course, other olf-year record. about 4r>7 per cent of >lhe voling- age population. This year it appears the voting . percentage — as well as the total vote — will exceed' 1958. If party candidates or incomplete the same 45.7 per cent figure is returns from precincts in many applied to the present estimate ot slates. voting age population, it would The preliminary 51 million vote mean a turnout this year of 51.1 |figurc exceeds even the more op- million. - : - : - : - '•-••-••- ' The preliminary UPI recap already shows number, and substantially this late returns will push this up further. According to Census Bureau dala going back to in:!0, if the porcenlagc lurnonl. this year reaches 48 jwr cent of Hip voling population, it will establish an-

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