Anderson Daily Bulletin from Anderson, Indiana on December 17, 1962 · Page 6
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TAG! < ANDEKSON DAILY IULLETIN . MONDAY, DiCtMIU 17. 1H1 THINKS (Continued From Pan* On*) modern independent nuclear deterrent of its own. U.S. Defense Secretary Robert S. McNamara. who l>*ld preliminary talks with the British on the Skybolt issue last week, also is going to Nassau.'McNamara reported to Kennedy Sunday on his talks. The Skybolt affair also kicked up a storm in Washington. Sen. Stuart Symington. D-Mp.. said Sunday "Armed iae powerful Senate Services Comitlce, of which he is a member, is 2 to 1 '.against dropping the missile and ."1 understand the joint chiefs of istaff also oppose any cutback." ; In a television interview (ABC- -Issucs and Answers), Symington said the Armed Services Comit- tec will want to hear from the joint chiefs on Skybolt plans after Congress reconvenes in January. When Macmillan and Kennedy arranged their Dec. 19-20 Bahamas meeting, the purpose was to review East-West relations in Uie wake of the Cuban crisis and the Chinese invasion of India. These issues arc now expected to take second place to the immediate problem of Britain's role Jayoecs To For Initiation New members will be initiated into the Anderson Junior Chamber of Commerce Tuesday evening at a dinner meeting at Uin- dcr's Restaurant, starting at 6:30. New members to be initiated are Malcolm Moore and Phillip §?»< Novak. Jaycces have completed their nlans for the annual Children's shopping tour next Saturday when children from the county chil- 1 dren's home will be taken on a tour of local business places to buy gifts for their friends. The tour is financed with from collections taken basketball games and uptown by Jaycces. in Western itrategy. nuclear defense New Bible ' NEW YORK (AP) - The American Bible Society has published a new version of the Spanish- language Bible, the first new one .since the Reina-Valcra Bible in .Spanish was published nearly 400 •years ago in 1369. proceeds at local WARM (Continued From Pafe Ont) England Sunday and Washington had some snow and sleet. Fog blurred skies over much of Iowa Sunday and closed Moisant International Airport in New Orleans, La., for. two hours during the morning. Rain fell in California. Blue Canyon in Sierra Nevada received 2.71 inches in 24 hours and San Francisco got six - tenths of an inch in six hours last night. The final tally on the death toll from the 10 days of snow and cold in the eastern half of the nation showed at least 236 persons dead. Ohio led with 38 deaths, and Michigan, where the snowfall reached 40 inches, had 32 dead. Georgia lost 28 persons. ADVERTISEMENT Science Shrinks Piles jNew Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain Attorney General Arrives In Brazil BRASILIA, Brazil (AP) — U.S, Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy ar* lundwon talk H,w T*tfc, N. T. (SpceiiD — For the v first time science has found a new bealing substance with the aston- [fihing ability to shrink hemor- -j-hoids, stop itching, and relieve pain —without aarfery. . In case after case, whfl* C«ntlj • relieving pain, actual reduction (•hrinkage) took pi act. Most amazinff ot all—leiulta mr« • o thoronph that sufferers made astonishing statement! like "Piles have cenied to be * problem!" The iccret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne*)—discovery of • world-famous research institute. This substance is now available In guppository or ointment form under tht namt Preparation U*. At all drug counter*. ICED-UP WlNDOV/S-Joe Migon, 12, Coral Gables, Fia., uses a razor blade to icrape ice .off the rear window of his father's car near Miami, Fla., as temperatures dipped to 30 degrees in the hardest recorded freeze of Dec. 11 in thai area. {AP Wirephoto) Floods, Snows Hit In Europe U)NDON (Ul'l) - Winter floods, snows and winds up to 117 miles an hour caused heavy damage and .loss of life lu parts of Britain aiid the European continent Sunday. Weather forecasters predicted more of the same today for the southeast coast of England.' The hurricane-force winds which whipped across Great Britain Sunday.'caused at least $2.8 million damage.. At least 43 persons were believed killed. Twenty-three crew members of the German freighter Nautilus were dead or missing after the ship sank off the Dutch coast early Sunday. Another 10 persons died in Britain in car accidents or when chimneys and roofs collapsed. Ten more Were killed in Bavaria, where snow and ice turned roads into paths of death. Weather forecasters predicted moderating winds today, except on the' south-east coast of England, where more gales wtrc expected to whip the English Channel to flood tide. The winds ripped up trees, smashed road signs to the grounds, twisted television aerials and toppled chimneys and walls. rived today for with Brazilian Goulart. Kennedy refused to make any comment to newsmen. He came here from Panama, where he toured American military training btsej in the Canal Zone. Use Bulletln-Herild ClMslficd* IT'S TIME TO TAG CRYSTAL CLEAR KEEPS OUT COLD HOLDS IN HEAT Saves up to 40% on fuel Don't It! cold **othir catch you unprtpared. Havt a warm, coir homt oil win'ttr long. Get flex-O*GlaiifromyturHordwDri*rtumb iMCUlKT .over ycur. •en;Porche«,.. ,' Brtinwoyi, Windowi Doi'ft with FlfX-O-GtA • . . ?i r MweiJjklSril ii QiljIAmftO!mfc Look For Genuine FLEX-0-CLASS. Tht Name It Printed Along The Edge. TWO (Continued From Page One) These were good men. They didn't deserve to die." Railroad spokesman said both President Joao trains were on the proper track. There was no immediate official explanation for the collision. Mead said, "It was dark. There was no light all of a sudden.' Jablonski said, "All I heard was a big noise, a big crash." Officials said the switching engine caboose might have ignited the blaze. Mead said a kerosene lamp was also burning in the caboose when the two trains collided. City firemen had to wndc through knee-deep snow drifts, left by last week's wintry siege, crash happened in an isolated area at the edge of the yards on the city's west side. All trains in both directions on the bolt line through the yards were halted so that firemen could lay hoses across the tracks. The blaze could be seen throughout this Northern Indiana city of more than 100,000. Tlie freight train was en route From Kankakce, III., to Klkhnrt. Both it and the other one were New York Central trains. BATTLE REPORT AMMAN, Jordan (UPI)—Mcccn Radio claimed Sunday Hint Yemeni royalist forces killed 700 Yemeni republican and United Arab ilepublic troops in a battle ill Yemen. CANCER (Continued From United Stales citizens in 1950.7" "We have been wanting to very much for a long time," he said. "I took the step with the deepest, religious convictions that this is what I want to do," The actor hud no illusion about himself. The son of an innkeeper at Scarborough, England, whore he was born July 1, 1B89, I ton asked for the character ...es in which he became famous. tlie screen I generally have been cast, mostly by my choice, as » wicked, blustering or untidy character. Now I am ready to admit that in real life Charles Laughton is all of those things. "1 often bluster. I find it gels me my own way. T am notoriously wicked- -especially to bores. "I purposely go in for villainous roles on the screen to find an outlet for Uie evil aspects of my character. They appear in Pilots Unhurt In Crash Landings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tliree pilots were forced to, make crash-landings in Indiana muiiist Eadio Budapest has iver the weekend when their form of "advice to the lovelorn" program although its questions plane hem wreckage without a scratch. An off-duty state police trooper made an emergency landing in a in order to reach the flames. The "W own life considerably diluted. This makes life a lot easier on my wife." But contrary to what he said, Laughton was friends for his good humor. known to gentleness DECORATIVE WALL. MIRRORS Gold Framit Larg* Selection From WARDROBES 36" BOOKCASES Clou Front Walnut, Mohog. or Limed Oak DOUBLE DOOR UTILITY CABINETS 88 LARGE 7-Pc. DINETTE SETS Bronw or <t/ AftO Chrom. 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His last film, "Advise and Con- _?nt." drew praise for his por- Traynl of the devious but essentially upright senator from.the Deep South, Scab Coolcy. What later became virtually a new career was launched by Laughton in hospitals filled will the wounded of World War II. He rtad great books aloud nnc after the war organized book reading tours — appearing 01 stage simply sitting on n stool. Strike Talks Reopen Toda) NEW YORK (API—Representatives of 3,000 striking printers am* of the publishers who put out thi city's nine major daily papers re turn to tlie bargaining table Tucs day in a renewed effort to enc the 10-day work stoppage that ha resulted in a newspaper blackout The Federal Mediation and Con dilation Sen-ice, which recessec joint peace talks last Wednesday as hopeless for the moment called for the session. The printers met in closed ses sion Sunday and afterward re ported their position unchanged ii tlie dispute. Wages, hours and lesser issue. PRESIDENT lerman of CBS to Up* thi Inter- 'tow. It began an active wttk for Ken- Mdy. He meets with the Nitional Security Council executiv* committee today snd *1» hears a report from Secretory ol Slate Dean lusk on UK meeting at the North Atlantic 'Treaty Organization'! ministerial council in Paris. Rusk, who relurend Sunday night, is expected to tell Kennedy he United States has a .najor ask on its hands to persuade its VATO allies to contribute mor« conventional twees to the defens* of Europe. Kennedy met with Secretary at Defense Robert S. McN«m»r« Sunday to discuss both Uw NATO meeting, which McNamar* »tended, and the iecntary'« Ulks n London on the controversial Skybolt missile situation. • PRETTY AS A PICTURE-Heavy inowfall- up to two feel—plagued residents of Northeast Ohio for days. This wintry portrait of nature is warming, however. It is along the frozen Chagrin River in Gates Mills near Cleveland. Thers weren't any motorists around to set th* "No Parking" sign on fhii country road east of Cleveland. - (AP Wirephoto) engines walked stalled. Each of away from the rozcn wheat field three miles Young People." lorth of Jasper when ice clogged he engine of his light plane. Hungarian Radio Has Red Version, Of 'Mr. Anthony' VIENNA (UPI) - Till Com- and answers sometime* take on a political tingi. The once-»-week program is called "Human Problems" of iecretsry must bs first in th irganization also in human isvior. And * large part of tha SUPREME COURT MEETS WASHINGTON (UPI) — Tin senior member of the collective Supreme Court meets today to A young woman met »n old id mircr in a Budapest" streetcar. The craft rolled oft a fence andjrjoth then realized .that their love nto a ditch, ripping off the left viiiR, but neither the pilot, Troop- -,r Donald E. Merchant, 32. Pa- oka, nor his passenger, Nicholas Van Nielen, 44, Haubstadt, was Hirt. An iced carburetor also forced sudden landing by Staff Sgt. )cwey L. Morohead, 36, Rt. 2, Lebanon, 111., on a rural blacktop •oad northeast ot Crawfordsville Sunday afternoon. A wing on ilorchcad's club-owned - single-engine plane brushed a tree and the ilone veered into a field, but florehead also walked away. An Air National Guard pilot ivas "for real" but, alas, the ex»y friend had married another ~.n the meantime. What to do? "Turn down his request for a date," was the Hungarian Mr. Anthony's reply. "It might bring .inhapplness to the old flame'i awful wedded wile." Another listener, a younf worn' an of 22 married to a man several years older, said his six-year-olc child from wife number one was ''poisoning" her marriage. the child had, the woman felt, Merited the bad qualities from ils drunkard mother. "Nonsense," the radio warned. ;uided his powerless jet fighter ne woman' was told she must ilane past several houses to an imergcncy landing in a field near Torre Haute Saturday, tlwn dashed to safety as the jet burst into fUtmos. ,. Maj. Earl Hlgbie, 40, Terre laute, said the FfW's jet engine failed as he was approaching for a landing nt Hulman Field. He stayed in the plane in order to miss the houses. try to love the child if only for the sake ot saving her marriage which could become more precarious with the passing of time, Ban Is Imposed On Citrus Fruit LAKELAND, Fla. (AP) - After 6 p.m., today, no fresh citrus fruit can be shipped out of Florida for 10 days. 'Hie Florida Citrus Commission, in an emergency session Sunday, imposed the 10-day embargo to keep off the market citrus fruit that was damaged by last week's record cold spell. The embargo will continue untl! 6 p.m., Dec. 27. At that time a new 14-<lay ban on the shipment of freere-damaged citrus will begin, to run until 6 p.m., Jan. 10. During the second embargo fruit that can pass Inspection by the state will be allowed to move out of Florida. six-year-old child anyway?" the commentator then asked. Turning to the political side, a 19-year-old youth who wai an active Communist Youth League participant said his father — a very religious man — was threat. cuing to stop supporting his son If he didn't quit his political activities. The young man was caught be twixt and between — father or secrotaryihlp of thi local Com munlst Youth League. He had thus far been facing the dilemma by calling the meeting only on the nights when his watchman father farm. thi collective The radio column praised the youth's attitude, especially In his wish not to hurt his father. Democrats Map Riinqiiel Plan INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Members of the Democratic Stale Committee gathered here today for their first meeting since the November cletion. In addition to an election analy- Spelled Backwards MEXICO CITY (AP) - The Broadway hit "A Funny T h i n f Happened on the Way to the Forum" sounds different in Spanish. For its presentation here, the farce about ancient Rome has been retitlcd "Amor Es Al Reves Roma" which translates as "Love Spelled Backwards Is Rome." made up of lovi and wards one's parents." It advised the young man ave a senior party member o irm speak to his father and con nee him the right the son had chose way." From Pn« OIM) BANK (Continued From P«tOn«) 's cell window. Tta cigar bo* contained a gun. When » jailer brought Parker'* lunch, the prisoner had sawed tno bo* o« his cell door. He pulled the pistol on the jailer and forced him to exchange clothes. Parker then went downstairs and mad« the dispatcher unlock th« outside door. He kidnaped a mail carrier in making his getaway, but was cap- :urcd five hours later at a roadblock' near Hicksvillc. Ohio. Parke'r received a 70-year sen- ience, but part of the time was :o be served concurrently, reducing the actual sentence to half I century. OVERDUE PAYMENT NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP)—Tin Communist Youth League student loan fund of the Methodist Board of Education has received Ijj. a |75 check in payment of a $23 loan. In a letter the unidentified borrower said he received the loan hono at 1897. hand down opinions and orders before adjourning for the Christmas holidays. ... Spacious... Modern ,.. Homelike ... HOMI West 10th and Delaware Phone 644-8857 | Great Christmas, Gifts How to it poMibi. to h .te. i KODAK CAMERAS AND PROJECTORS lV»0«« lETWITTC t» IODM H»Dt««TIC HI ' CIIMtl (M.OQ rrljKIK |M.Ot * Chirp icciintt * fruit-ins MOM DltMiltlt I [Mtrli cimiri loo.Df * Diliviry nrylci IHOWNIt I M>|[| , itttK, Moitl »1! 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