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

Anderson, Indiana
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Friday, November 9, 1962
Page 9
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PAGI 10 ANDERSON DAILY IULLETIN FRIDAY, NQV»Mlt> 9, Vote Charges Are Checked WASHINGTON (UP» - The Justice Department today was in vcsligalinR about 40 complaints of »HcRed violation of federal law in Tuesday's elections. A Justice Department spokesman said complaints were still coming in and about 7U were ex pectcd in all. This was considered about normal for a non-presidential election. Most of tbcm, liowevcr, were ' considered minor. The only complaint of racial discrimination came from Arizona. In Phoenix, the U.S. attorney received a complaint that about 60 Negroes in the 18th Precinct were required to read a section of . the U.S. Constitution before they were allowed to vote. Most of the complaints involved such alleged violations as distribution of unlaheled election materials, unauthorized moving of voting places and tampering with individual voting procedures. In St. Louis County, Mo. 45 voting machines Were reported out of order, making it impossible fir persons to vote the straight fie•publican ticket. A preliminary investigation, however, showed that there had been no "willful tampering" with the machines. Six complaints . came from North Carolina, four each from California, Pennsylvania. Tennessee and Michigan, two each fron Pennsylvania,.West Virginia. Mis souri and one each from Arizona Texas. Illinois, Kentucky, Neva da, Florida, Utah and Indiana Y3ICA SCHEDULE SATURDAY PHYSICAL SCHEDULE 8:30 Swim Team 9:00 Junior Gym 9:45 Junior Swim and Prep Gym 10:30 Prep Swim and Cadet "A' Gym 11:15 Cadet "A" Swim and Cadet "B" Gym Cadet "B" Swim 11:45 MEN'S OPEN SWIM 12:30-6:00 "TIP-TOE" SEAMLESS ON SALE! NUDE HEEL Sunday is Veterans Day. but the holiday observance will be on Monday. 'Maiiy 'office's' will close Monday,'but schools will operate on normal hours. All of the vets will be out for the Veterans Day parade Saturday evening. The.hard-working election aide lost her voice. Must have been a pretty hard fight. No doubt echoes of the election ill \x heard for several days, but that's politics. Good looks don't hamper a candidate, and a charming wife also helps. Most of the candidates carried on a clean, hard battle, but everyone can't win. The less fortunate politicians will IK up and at 'em again next campaign. That's the American way. War has been declared on the downtown pigeons, but they apparently haven't heard about it yet. Lois of folk think it's fun to look at pictures trtken in the past, some of them happy mementoes Apparently that office secret is getting noised around. With that ailing brother hack the Wednesday night gang was able to resume rounds. Most of the World War I vets ill be back in the ranks Saturday for the parade and festivities. All arrangements liave been made for the reunion of World War I veterans, and most of them will be out. if they have to be carried upstairs. Ball Stale Hall Officers Named Four Madison County students at Ball Slate Teachers College lave been elected to residence mil ollices lor tiie 1U02-C3 school 'car. Dixie S f c w a r t, sophomore, daughter of Malcolm Stewart, ir>22 Jrexel Dr., Anderson, and a grad- late of Madison Heights High School, is treasurer of Tichenor •lull. Harriett Wiley, freshman, daugh- er of Joseph Wiley, 3420 E. 8lh, Anderson, and a graduate of Highland High School, is trcas- ircr of Crosloy Hall. Charlie Short, junior, son 'if Charles A. Short, 405 N. lOlh St.. Elwood, and a graduate of Wendell L. Willkie High School, is vice governor, of Elliott Hall. Jerry Joseph, sophomore, son of .1. D. Short, Ml S. N, El wood, and a graduate of Wendell Willkio High School, is treasurer of Jlowick Hall. Clearance Sale /V hi in. or wood slorm 1 o o r s & windo w s. Screens made lo order. Tones Mfg. Co., 917 Madison. 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