Anderson Daily Bulletin from Anderson, Indiana on November 9, 1962 · Page 2
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Anderson Daily Bulletin from Anderson, Indiana · Page 2

Anderson, Indiana
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Friday, November 9, 1962
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r AGI 2 'ANDERSON DAILY IULLITIN FRIDAY, NOVCMII* », W2 SEEK jor obstacle to agretmtnt on a method of international inspection. Soviet First Deputy Premier -,-.—> p—,—• Anastas I. Mikoyan has been in •am* fora <X international mspec- n avana sincc | ast weekend, pre- Uon is necessary to verify thalisumably trying to get Castro to (Continued from P*it On«) the missile threat posed in Cuba, tuu been defused. Kennedy also has uid the jet bombers are covered by his agreement with Khrushchev. TTw Soviets have argued they are obsolete and pose •o thrwt to the United States. By removing its missiles swiftly, Moscow obviously would con- modify his position. There is'no sign yet that the Soviet super- salesman is getting anywhere. tider itself in better position tosentalive in New York for 'the claim international inspection is Harvard Business Review, Advcr- Man Charged In Theft Qf Auto A 23-year-old Anderson man ar- Two Soloists For'Messiah' Are Announced Two of the four soloists for the Dec. 11 presentation ot "The Mes- : |siah'' by the Community Christ-' Named in the charge was Math Honorary (^.jj ^\^ At Local College- •> To Initiate Five Five outstanding mathematics Rites Monday V in ton Apple, 61, Dies At Greenfield FORTV1IXE - Vinton Apple, CLUES (Contlnutd From Pagt cause of death. He said the report would be ready "in a day w-two." PUBLISHER DIES NEW YORK (UPI) — Publish-lmas Observance Committee have ing executive Jacob Weintz, TO.ibeen announced by Prof. Greenfield. He was a native of| j" ld G «J* Biddle ' l<p» Nichol ' * 'Intw^tonof TtKh i mathematic soci«ty. Miss Gloria Olive, faculty of Iluntington, N.Y., died here on S t a n 1 e y of Anderson College.iand John Sts. Police allege that Thursday while enroule to his office. He had been special reprc unnecessary. At the moment, tising News of New though, .Cuban Prime Minister Southern Advertising Fidel Castro is viewed as the ma-llishing. chairman of the event. Hiss Barbara Douglas, a lang uagc instructor at Pendlcton High York nnd s e n ,° ° ' a "d voic e ..student of and 8 p.m. Tuesday. " FISH-A-RAMA Friday-Saturday-Sunday WE HAVE 44 TANKS OF TROPICAL FISH Buy one fish at regular price and get another fish (same kind) For FREE! 32 Gal. Aquarium Stand and light Just Register—No Purchase Needed. You Need Not Be Present To Win PRICE and Pub- Charles Loqnberg, will sing the •soprano arias of the Handel oratorio. Prol. Stanley said. Russell Hedger, a member of the college music faculty, will sing the tenor solos. Chorus rehearsals for the oratorio, to be presented in the Park Place Church of God on a Tuesday evening this year, are continuing eveiy Sunday afternoon. Prof. Stanley said. The chorus will be composed of persons from the choirs of churches throughout Anderson. Persons interested in being a member of the chorus should join rehearsals immediately. Prof. Stanley said, since three rehearsals held. - SPECIAL - With Your Purchase of $5 Stainless Steel Strip Reflector Light You Get With Your Purchase of 14.25 Stainless Steel Strip Reflector Light You Get For Only 10 Gal. Tank $2*5 More for Only Gal. Tank $]50 Mar* WEST SIDE AQUARIUM '£ OPEN DAILY 10 A. M. TO 9 P. M. 627 louiu Str««t Phone 642-9557 have already been The "Messiah" is one of many activities being planned for the month of December by the Com- ni u n i I y Christmas Committee, which is currently conducting its annual drive for funds. Other events to he held include the Miss Christmas Carol essay contest a community sing, teenage dance, theater party, home decoration competition. Twelfth Nighl tree burning ceremony and shopping lour for children of the county children's home. Clearance Sale Alum, or doors & wood storm windows. Screens made Jones Mfg. Madison. the car he was driving when apprehended belonged to Harold Marsh, 1314 W. 4th St. Marsh reported his car slolen between 5 sophomore student. From Page One) world, and on U.S. ships at sea, be flown'at half-staff. Flags also were ordered lowered in New York City and state and Philadelphia. From Auslralia. to London, . Other officers for 1962-«3 are Owen Kardatzke. Elmort, Ohio, president, senior with the highest average, and Joe Heffelfinjer, Kittanning, Penn., vice president, highest junior in the field. Other new members with Miss Chui will be Rodney Hawk, Butler, Perm.; Roger Simms. Greenfield. Ind.; Stanley Stephens. Niagara Falls, N. Y.; and Terry Stevens. Defiance, Ohio. The initiation will take place on all lhe continents, expressions a t 3 p. m. in Lilly Lounge of the ^ 2 ' native of Linwood and former of sorrow matched Ihose hi Ihis country as news of Mrs. Roose veil's dealh swepl around lhe world. World leaders, and even dictators, spoke as with one voice in lamenting the passing of a woman enshrined in her lifetime for her humanitarianism and love and concern for the world's plain people. The roll call of Ihose sending expressions of sympathy to the family home in New York City read like a who's who of the world's most lamous people: Queen Elizabeth of Britain, Indian's Jawaharlal Nehru, Aus- Sralia's Prime Minister Robert Menzics, Gen. Omar Bradley, labor leader David McDonald, Russia's Andrei Gromyko. . Yet ordinary people (o order. Co., 917! It is impossible to resign from !the French Academy. sor, said Miss Yeuk Laan Chui,;^ Kowloon. Hong Kong, will be in-JMal^xri"'Cemetery? ,tral Christian Church will be in of Oscar and Clara Apple. stalled as new recorder-treasurer. . .. ,' or . '"* .P 031 ..-^"!? this evening at the funeral home, made on the basis ot the highest average in mathematics for will be received after 7 o'clock member of the Christian Church Webb were believed to have be™ ROYDEN DOOUTTU; Services for Royden Doolittle, 75, of 3335 Hamilton PI., will be conducted at 10 a. m. tomorrow at had Friends area all of Louis J. Fuller Dies At Elwood ELWOOD—Louis J. Fulltr. 44. 1124 North H St., Elwood. died fact that all suddenly at his home, at 1:55 a. m. Thursday.' Mr. Fuller was born in Mayfield. Ky.. May 24, 1918. the son of Lubie Everett and Alma Hayncs ""'deaths. Two of the three. MissiFuller. He had lived in Elwood iDawson and Miss Barmore. had|for the past 15 years and_was Louisville police employed ; " --'-•' m their and the Masonic Lodge here. Surviving are the widow. Viola; a son, James, a sister, Mrs. Sylvia as to whether the women were Moore, of Fortvillc; three brothers, Clarence and Harold of Fortville and Floyd of Wilkinson, and the Waltz and Hiday Funeral one granddaughter. Home by the Rev. George A. Harris of East Lynn Christian Church. Burial will be in Memorial Park friends will be reeieved after 5 Miss Barmore's body in a .field Cemetery. Friends are being r°. ceivcd at the funeral home. FRANK MAY Edwin Franklin I Frank) May, Charles E. Wilson Library. president of Anderson, died this Other present members with'morning at 5:30 o'clock at Colum- Kardalzke and Heffelfinger are! bus . Ohio, where he had lived Herbert Bailey, Scottsbluft, Nebr; jfor a number of years. In im- Barrett Bates. Germantown. Ohio; Kendall Cox. Richmond, Ind.: Larry Gray, Anderson; John Howland, Hastings, Nebr.; Miss Kay Martindale, Columbus, Ohio; Perry Miller, Anderson: Myrl paired health for some time, he had been taken to a hospital at Columbus a few days ago. ... a farmer in ,_ , , his life. He was a said. Miss Barmore and Mrs. friends. Authorities declined to speculate The body was taken to the Paul Cory Funeral Home, where killed in Kentucky or Indiana but said they are trying to determine whether they might have been killed al Louisville and then dumped near here. Roy Abbott, a farmer, found p.m. tomorrow. Funeral services Thursday morning. A raincoat will be held at the funeral home at 2 p.m. Sunday by the Rev. Gilbert Schreiber and the Rev. Gary Reiswig, both of the Chris- a™" Wednesday night. tian Church here. Burial will be in Gravel Lawn Cemetery. 'Kid' Is Shot Jn Head With Arrow Shcrri wasn't crying "wolf" when Mr. N . . . . - „ - , eut iv in; >-uii isely Anderson; Kenneth! C o|umbus, and burial Strawn, Connersville. Ind., and „!„,.„ ,t p nm iioinn Warren Wagner, Belleforkaine. aCe at Pendleton Ohio. KME members from the faculty, with Miss Olive, include Thomas Harbron, Paul Saltzmann and Gilbert Fritzler. Frazer Funeral To Be Saturday FORTVILLE—Funeral Funeral arrangements had not ; he dashed into the police station, been completed this morning, butishouting "Quick, my kid has been services are to be conducted at'shot in the head with an arrow." lake Hurrying ^outside, Sgt. John Hel- 'ler found, indeed, an arrow in the was found in a lane near the body and Abbott said it was not there when his wife and son passed the repairman. On March 10, 1940, he was married to Lenora Car- ringlon. Mr. Fuller was a member of the Reorganized Church of Christ Latter Day Saints. Those surviving are: his widow. Lenora; one daughter, Chi' quita June; two sons. Donnic J. and Gregory Lee, all of whom live at home; four brothers, Eunice of Okla., Paul of Calif., Doyle of Ariz, and J. T. Fuller of Elwood. The body was taken to the Robert L. Jackley Funeral Home, Elwood. Funeral arrangements ar» not yet completed. The body was clad in pedal pushers, a sweater and a coat. Authorities said the clolhing had been partially removed. The victim's watch had stopped at 2 o'clock. Miss 'Barmore's parents said CHESTERTON. Ind. ^API-Tony they had last seen Iheir daughter, touched in their own way. Said « r »'™f. ^P™!^ ™™. r ;, 1 . 4 . 1 .' a New York cab driver, in the vernacular of his city: "She was a great old gal — she cared about little people." Forlville, who died Wednesday, will be conducted al 2 p. m. Sal- urday in lhe Paul C. Cory Funeral Home. Forlville, by the Itev. Gilbert Schreiber. Burial will be in Gravel Lawn Cemetery, Fortville. Friends are being received in the luneral home. I DECKER'S FEATURES FOR THE SPORTS-MINDED , SPALDING GOLF SETS... Bags . . . Carts . . . Clubs . . . Tees . Gloves . . . Everything for the Golfer. . Balls . . . Club Mead FAMILY FUN GAMES EDUCATIONAL TOYS » FAMILY FUN CENTER Optn Tonight until 8:30 DECKER'S Decker's main floor shopping offers a complsle Hn» of family books, games and lays. You will be pleased wilh their selection of sporting goods and supplies. Whatever type sport your family likes Decker's ha» the besl equipment at the right price. • BASEBALL EQUIPT. • BADMINTON • CROQUET • HORSESHOE SETS • BODY BUILDERS lay-away Now for Christmai or... Uit Your Convtniint Chargt 67 STEPS OFF MERIDIAN ON 11th the mother of a 4-year-old child, at about 8 p.m. Wednesday. A spokesman for the Clark County sheriff's office said Thursday night thai officers had been ; unable to establish a connection May is survived by five! victim, ; head. But the "kid" was;— thw S #VSu£,°3Ei Ser of goa that Iheyre tryin lo find a enhelh May of Whetsone, Rd.. farm ' , .. ulh of Anderson; Mrs. Doris ichanan and Mrs. Lois Moore, th of Columbus; a sister. Mrs. issie Popp of Indianapolis: sevgrandchildrer: and four great- andchildren. Mr. May had laughl school in e Linwood area as a young man attending Indiana Univer- mal in to protest that archers were holding open season on his goats instead of deer. The kid was expected to survive. Baker Funeral To Be Saturday ELWOOD— Funeral services for y. Later he began a career wilhlArthur Baker. 47. 1005 North 18th e Pennsylvania Railroad whichist., who died Wednesday night nlinued unlil his retirement in|at 10 o'clock al his home follow- 45. iing an illness of several months, The family lived at Richmond. will be conducted at the Gopher many years before coming to iderson. Mr. May had been ac- h e in the Senior Citizens organ- ition at Colunibui, and served of the Zion Chapel Church, offi- and Fesler Funeral Home, Elwood, Saturday at 2 p. m. with ' He added, however, that officers had no clues in any of the cases. Gilbert Funeral Services Are Held DALEVILLE — Private funeral services were conducled yesterday for Miss Charlotte Gilbert, 73, RK 1, Daleville, al the Parson Mortuary, Muncie. She was found dead in her home Tuesday by a nephew. Miss Gilbert was a lifelong resi- denl of Delaware County. She is survived by a brother, the Rev. John O'Bryant. minister William, of Muncie; two sisters, - '"'"-" "---'-•• -' "-'—••"- — j president- of the group for mbcr of years. ETHEL II. PALSGROVE Local relatives have received of the death of Mrs. Ethel odson Palsgrove of Indianapolis. instructor in the Methodist ospital School of Nursing for lhe st 25 years. She was active the Indianapolis Cenlral Chris- n Church for many years. Funeral rites will be held al a. m. tomorrow at Flanner d Buchanan Fall Creek Mortu- y, Indianapolis, and al 2 p. m. aveside services and burial will held in lhe Mooreland Ceme- ry al Mooreland, Ind. Among survivors arc (wo nieces Lois Wilhitc and Mrs. ott Conwell, and one nephew, mcs H. Wilhitc, all of Andern. BUILDING SITE PICKED WASHINGTON (Al 1 )—The Gcn- al Services Administration said ursday a new U.S. courthouse (I federal office building will lw ill opposite lhe new city-county ilriing in New Albany, Ind. The timaled cost of the project is 50,000. dating. Burial will be in the Phlox Cemetery. TWO (Continued From Pace One) Alexandria and Mayor Luther Stockdale of Elwood. A dance for teen-agers in th» parade will follow at lhe Hockett Posl Hall. Vincent Kelley . is chairman. Verne Riggins vice chairman and Joe O'Neill grand marshall of the annual parade. Merchants will install flags on utility poles to line downtown streels in honor of Veterans Day. Among the marching units will be the 80-member exhibit group of the 230th Wing of the Air Fores ROTC from Ball Stale College, Muncie. including its color guard, Maladors, Marching Mademoiselles and drum and bugle corps. RULF.S CHANGES OPPOSED EVANSVILLE, Ind. (AP)-O. H. Frisbie of Detroit, president o£ Atlas Van Lines, told 300 Atlas agents Thursday that "detrimcp;- tal" rules proposed for the mover industry are before the Interstate Commerce Commission. He said one would ban sale of cargo insur- Louisc Henslcy of Dalevillc and ™ce by movers and another Emma Williams of Muncie; and several nieces and nephews. would require such insurance at van line expense. lletin Nov. 7th, thil ittm wot have read: f ftDDFf TIOM '" Our ° d '" We dn«day Bul lUltliCv I IUN incorrectly priced. It should MOTOROLA CONSOLE TV MO PMMCHTS TIL $ 229". 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