Clipped From The Anniston Star
3-A 3-A 3-A AmHrfmi CtoWxIiniifar, August 11, 1965'' Policeman To Be Tried Jury B ands Down 53 Indictments By LLEW JOHNS, JR. The Calhoun County Grand Jury returned 53 indictments, 40 cases were "no billed", and 13 cases were continued for further investigation by the October October Grand Jury. Leading the list of indictments indictments is the case of H o b s o n City Police Officer Phillip Moore, a 38-year-old 38-year-old 38-year-old 38-year-old 38-year-old Negro who , was charged. withmurderby. Mrs. Eugene LeGrand Sumlin, widow of a Negro man shot and killed in a Hobson City nightspot. nightspot. Officer Claims Duty The officer claims thathe shot the victim in the line of duty. He said he ordered the man to duiet down when he found him creating a scene in the club. It is alleged the man told him "police don't tell me what to do," pulled a knife, and started to attack the officer. Other capital cases which will be tried the week of Sept. 20, by Circuit Court Judge W. D. DeBardelaben include: Cornell Roy, 42, Anniston man indicted for murder Arch Wilson; Louise Lee, 29, Jacksonville woman charged with the murder of Charles Carpenter; Alton Teague, 55, Piedmont man charged with murder of Noble Gamble; Mor- Mor- Herman Boggs, 23, of Anniston; Willie C. Kirksey, 25, address unlisted;. Roger D. Couch, 22, of Jacksonville; " '' Johnny Louis Buchannon, 26, of Anniston; Norman Newell, 21, of Anniston; Billy Newell, Newell, 22, address unlisted; Billy F.'; Mitchell, 18, Calhoun County;! County;! Alvis Clements, 18, Ohat-chee; Ohat-chee; Ohat-chee; Tony George, 19, Ohat-chee; Ohat-chee; Ohat-chee; Floyd Ray Goodwin, 27, Ohatchee; Bill Ball alias Ben-nie Ben-nie Ben-nie Lee Ball, 36, Anniston; Clarence Burt, age unlisted, Anniston; Jerry Lee Grubbs, 22, Eastaboga; Verbon Gidley, age and address unlisted; Gay-land Gay-land Gay-land Simpson, age and address unlisted; Jimmy Glenn Knight, age and address unlisted two cases; Robert Whitlock, 44, Anniston; Anniston; Kenneth Lee Abbott, address address -unknown; -unknown; Laura Howell, address unlisted; Mary Kate Blackmond, address unlisted; Verbon Gidley, address unlisted; unlisted; and Jerry Lee Grubbs, address address unlisted. Fraud Case Acted On Bo Beasley of Anniston was indicted for obtaining money of , under false Dretenses with in tent to defraud. Albert Edwin Dyer of Cedartown, Ga. dieted of transporting alcohol. Three misdemeanors cape from County jail was in-illegal in-illegal in-illegal CHILDREN GREET ERHARD West German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard costumed children on German island of Helgoland in the North Sea Tuesday. to speak at celebration of the 75th anniversary of the handing over of the island to German sovereignty. Flanking Erhard from behind are German Minister Hassel, left, and Helgoland Mayor Henry Rickmers. (AP Wirephoto) Temporary SS Service Will Be Opened In for es-cited es-cited es-cited ris Gene Forman, 32 - year-old year-old year-old j Larry Matchett, 20, address un charged with night-time night-time night-time bur glary of an inhabited dwelling. Manslaughter Indictments Indicted for manslaughter manslaughter were Hubert Wayne Bright of Anniston; Charles W. Johnson, Johnson, 16, of Albertville; and curity Administration will be opened here in the near future, Robert M. Ball, Commissioner of Social Security, announced in Washington. listed: Roeer Couch. 22. of: ine new racuiiy nas neen .Tflrksnnville: and R a v m ond ated to provide daily service Sm th, address unlisted. j residents of Talladega County These cases will be tried by! and the surrounding area during TALLADEGA A temporary The service center will be a surance and service center of the Social Se- Se- temporary extension of the dis-'mentary dis-'mentary dis-'mentary medical trint ntr iotoH i a nnicinn ! gram of trict office located in Anniston S, to neip people and will hp nnHpr ihfi cnrur- cnrur- p it, AidM isecurity benefits Records and files will remain in quesuons about me social security Churchman Judge DeBardelaban during the week of August 30. All cases will be arraigned before Cir- Cir- Wilbert Smith, 46, of Piedmont. ;cuit Court Judge William C. Indicted for assault with in-B1DD in-B1DD in-B1DD wonaay, Aug. io tent to murder is Preston Tubbs, 38 of Weaver; Larry Matchett, 20, was charged with assault with intent to rob. The jury returned bills for carnal knowledge of a girl over 12 but under 16, against Alvin Luther Dowdy, 21, of Anniston; and Clyde McElroy of Heflin. For burglary; second degree burglary; grand larceny; buying, buying, receiving, or concealing stolen merchandise, or multiples multiples of these offenses: Robert W. Stewart, 40, of Anniston; Larry McPherson, 17, of Weav- Weav- pr- pr- .Tnhnnu Hill 18 nf Hpflin- Hpflin- Henry B. Sprayberry, 17, address address unlisted; Vernon Gidley of Heflin; Gay land D. Simpson, 18, of Calhoun County; Jack Wayne Frey, 20, of Calhoun County two cases; Gaston G. Waits, 27, of Anniston; James L. Maddox, 29, of An niston; Cecil Hudgins, 41, of Anniston; Bobby Gene Casey, 25, of Silver Creek, Ga.; George Walter Casey, 18, of Silver Creek, Ga.; Clarence James Long, 21, of Anniston; the period when the volume of inquiries and claims resulting from the Social Security Amendments Amendments of 1965 are expected to be extremely heavy. the district office. Ball said the Talladega serv- serv- to 'ice center is one of 21 tempo rary service centers being established established in various parts of the United States. All will be exten sions of existing district offices, i an associate lead-The temporary service centers er of the will be staffed to answer in-itist in-itist in-itist Church, quiries about the new health in-i in-i in-i lowing a brief LOMA LINDA, Joseph FASHION wake Joper Fare, Farah's own blend of polyester and combed cotton Wear 'em, wash 'em but never iron 'em. pjljt!