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Anderson Herald (Newspaper) - April 3, 1965, Anderson, Indiana The Anderson Herald a $ vol. 97, no. 249 Anderson Indiana saturday morning april 3, 1965 Price to cents Taylor sees no War trustee indicted by grand jury by series committee Heads named Carl Erskine Anderson former major league baseball Star and Roy Richardson 120 e. 36th St., a longtime Leader in Little league affairs Here have been named to head committees for the National babe Ruth league world series to be held in Anderson aug. 21 to 28. The series will Mark the first time it has Ever been held in Indiana and the second time in the Midwest during its 14-year history. Erskine formerly pitched for the Brooklyn and later los Angeles dodgers for some to years. He will be in charge of bringing to Anderson baseball celebrities who will participate in the activities. Lefty Gomez former new York Yankee pitching great has accepted an invitation to speak at the babe Ruth banquet scheduled to be held Friday aug. 20, on the eve of the tournament of _ for income tax nation Are honoured. By series leaders named a Carl Erskine left Anderson a former major league Star who also Servos on the Board of directors of the National babe Ruth league and Roy Richardson right of the Delco Remy division will head major committees for the National babe Ruth league world series to be held in Anderson next aug. 21-28. Erskine Heads the ceremonies and personalities committee and Richardson will be in charge of the series manpower committee. Many borrowing interest conflict improper Purchase ordering is cited two grand jury indictments one for a a negligence and another for a having interest in a Public contract were returned yesterday against Anderson township trustee Willis Winkler. The indictments climaxed a month Long investigation by the Madison county grand jury in connection with the three audit reports prepared by the state Board of accounts. The True Bills singled out instances where Winkler gained a $230 Kickback on a stump removal contract / Ain Al a which was later repaid to 111 j i i Itic the township and cited a Al purchases of janitorial sup-1 / i u plies in excess of $2,000 yq0 a 0 s la to drive credit without advertising for. Bids. The grand jury returned its findings by mid morning after having spent 14 actual Days in ses Washington u p i Sion interrogating wit Senate Republican Nesses. Leader Everett n. Dirksen the charge of a official nog and Pennsylvania gov. Wil licence a was based on a por Ham in. Scranton said Fri Tion of the state Board of a Day the. Republican minor counts audit where examiners by m ingress will be rented in their report that no Spon sible for passage of Nuon envoy reveals St Pup plans for vie Nam Indiana is one of the most by United press International Ped withholding from 18 to 14 b is. Jao the the voting air he Hill Active babe Ruth b a s e b a l i Many american Are borrow percent to 1964 but reduce the for Jan Torla step pics and the two cop Leader made cities rep ing Money to Cushion the Jolt actual tax rate to Only 16 per. Of resented. Boys 13 through 15 0f this years income tax bilk j cent. The rest of the tax Cut pea mers j states with some 52 participate in this organized Bankers and tax consultants said came this year and will be resport and in Indiana there Are Friday. Fleets a a a it to in Onri approximately some 6.000 Hoo other taxpayers have told the 1966 tier youths involved each sum also attached to the statement to the National Taylor briefs senators a ambassador Maxwell Taylor Center stands with senators j. W. Fulbright dark., left and John Stennis d-miss., at the Capitol in Washington yesterday. Taylor briefed committees headed by Fulbright and Stennis behind closed doors. Earlier he reported on the Viet Nam fighting to members of the two House committees. Senators reported the ambassador gave them a candid and detailed review of the situation. A wire photo King Boycott Call gets denunciation in Alabama Washington apr several thousand More . Military personnel will he sent to South Viet Nam during the coming months . Officials said Friday night. This was disclosed As ambassador Maxwell d. Taylor wound up a weeks strategy review with president Johnson and other administration leaders and told reporters he sees scant Chance of soviet or red chinese intervention in the guerrilla War. Taylor said some Quot a lore men and equipment would be added to the american Force of about 28,000 now in the Southeast Asia country though a i am not anticipating a Large the ambassador who is returning to Saigon saturday also reported plans for a step up a by a sizable 160,000 a in South vietnamese forces which now total about 530,000. These two increases in personnel Are the major items in a Long list of Steps approved in an Effort to boost the effectiveness of the Campaign against communist guerrillas. Presenting a somewhat optimistic picture Taylor said the chances of intervention by red chinese or soviet troops appear very slight at present. He added he feels the political situation in South Viet Nam is improving and a i am quit satisfied with the pattern of the air strikes a on North Viet Nam a came us year Ann win de re conference of re Miliran Unm i Montgomery Ala. A promoting the negro Cam elected in tax Bills due in april the a report copies of orders p an of _ Alabama legislators de pain a said rep. John Lewis 1963 a dated nov. 4, 1963, and signed in the same audience that no need Friday both Ute bomb Cates of Shelby county. A Ornu i Winkler also noting that the thursday heard former cop ing of a negro s Home and a Calli he said King is a Power mad both president Johnson and or 1963 lot is presidential nominee Barry m amp or. Martin Luther Kin or now make a personal inspection of at bomb damaged Home. President Johnson declined to Kings Boycott move was in Dorset by the executive Board of a Schapes a. Id t go of his Southern Christian Lead degrees of feeling he told Reship conference which con one questioner eluded a two Day meeting in he president said Taylor a Baltimore week of consultations in Wash ing said the first stage of the a a Luton has been very useful and Hiti an irs spokesman said Tho fix us ukr a anon 01 a in us mane any reference to Liol Dwa a in us Quot Quot huh Usu Viau me boy Coli Mea. Boycott would become a Kesman saw me tax. U a. Account and nov. U n swept through the House with Wallace was not available for immediately. He urged All Busi make an Effort As efficient As millions Are postponing the in collecting Agency is considering attack on the Bill. The endorsement of 95 Coupon comment however he pre Nesses planning to expand into we Evita be. Internal Avenue Sere Teapot Meta who a a he no it 4 Dirksen a cosponsor of a a yrs. The Senate recessed tor piously had warned that a boy in. T.,. pm. Cum. Idj�? str leg thu Givs a group press conference at the and of a men who help them make out their returns that they Are Nom Are Siam Jonnoi Tea in a a working overtime giving up the irs took note of the skua win s 5 1? Quot of a Coldwater assail the voting state sen Bob Gilchrist of Morgan Vara inns or nost Doninic Dur finn thursday the porn sir 000 the Navy Brand Man fac i county expressed doubt that come up with a proposal than Mer. ,. The series signals the final playoffs among eight teams representing that Many regions in the United states and overseas. Richardson who has been with Delco Remy division for 37 years has a item Ian ice Gas figures show increase did not have enough withheld from the St Louis him Bil said republicans were Tak the weekend before receiving a Iahost Alabama would the for Many years with the a f from them pay let year. Eng the leadership in pushing the Resolution. The statement More armful to negroes than Sausa c is a -r1, amyl is is Bli us so fits a a sely Rcd Derson Little league and babe flood of last min to the Washington area Loans the second indictment charge Biu thrill go a Congreve in bore the endorsement of gov. White persons. I Ruth league programs As a at is 0�?z,Ces just for to a purposes were reported my Wikler tor having inter Zug Traham cob a urge c Wallace sen Jimm Medow of Shelby up 20 per cent. New York Bank est in a Public contract. Was t d Dirksen a and a Short time later in Balli county labelled King s plan a an coach and As a a a Quot a a. Before the april 15 deadline. In addition Richardson is w arca recreation director Al increased demands Cio for Madison county and is a United press International up 20 per ers reported Loans but not had anticipated a member of the babe Ruth Survey showed increased de savings and loan world series executive com Mand for tax Loans in new sported Many customers were Wood schools at $15 per hour Mittee. Serving with Richard York w Ash ton a Neapolis borrowing on their savings i do a a Mem. Nto a a a son on his manpower commit Dallas Pittsburgh Milwaukee pita turn to a la. Column it end of a 90-rn in Ute meeting of the National Security Council prior to Taylor a departure for Saigon on saturday. I earlier in the Day the ambassador had a Busy round of a ,. A. t-.----o.-----p r a Houston up the fed pea Rances at closed sessions of the same Lea Reship will do 0j Alabama can believe that King Era space Agency has tentative the Senate and House foreign Onri Ciul Job this year. That brought charges from is helping their 1 by decided to remove control of affairs and armed services gemini control shift studied tee Are some 50 men. Indictments returned in key slaying land Houston. Spot checks showed Little if any appreciable increase in applications for such Loans in Chicago new Orleans Denver Boston and Sacramento Calif. A a we be had some people laugh hysterically and others prison term Given fines total $4,000 Scranton said a without them it House and Senate members passage of the House resold Jas Quot next gemini manned Orbital committees. be Here that the civil rights Leader Tion deploring the Birmingham fight from Cape Kennedy Fla. The House foreign affairs drink sen also attacked pres is motivated by a desire for bombing underscored a growing to Mannett spacecraft Een committee quickly approved dont Jour Volt a a a a in up cii00aqiph a final concern Over racial Vio a i to Iii Ian i i a. A great heavy losses taken society.,.the words a Freedom and Liber-1 a fraudulent insurance claims Cei Ved suspended sentences in to a he said. A when you talk sit with tears in their eyes,, amounting to several thou Delaware county. About the great society you a said a Minneapolis banker Sand dollars ended yesterday others sentence better say a the great controlled Muncie ind. A Marion there a no doubt some wu1 with a 2-14 year prison sentence nip Quot factory worker Loyed key and have change their Way of for George j. Turckes 41. O others appeared before sad the cop can i \ / j. Al d �.4ll his divorced Paramour stood use Muncie who was charged along judge Smith on charges of Sec Carh As went on 5uch i,.sues i n 101 in am Del tag impassively in e Sher payroll withholding normally 1 h 14 other Muncie men in Ond degree burglary and were As sound fiscal policy a f pm me Cape a q by Ai ii cells Friday a a up y fails to collect enough taxes &ptenj5?j or. Cont sentenced in court. Ezra foreign policy sound local and Saigon up a South Viet Battles totalled 37 dead and 20 at the same time informed pm vice 6 ii Iff read warrants charge my from Many taxpayers wages or in addition to the prison sent dwt Vna sep not acc. State government and human namese troops and . Helicon missing. Sources said Veteran astronaut / that airlifted them the Tan Hrinke i alter m. Schirr a and Rookie Washington up a sen. I Center of All future u. S. Manned flights into space in the electronic brains and hands of a sparkling new Mission control Center. However the voyages will continue to be launched from the Cape pleas turn to Patio. Column 4 a. Bank failures perjury charged them with murder r_.,�? a a. the el1?&Quot Dwayne Stephens was Oivin state government and human Taiariol rut Tho ence. Which was suspended theft in a canc. Hazelbaker been by l i 2 jury in the anniversary slaying of keys wife Ethel 29. Chief Deputy sheriff Marion Apugo Foncy in Cunnington who read the War rants said neither showed any City court net emotion. a they were both expecting trial dates fines it a he said. A they just stood from Delaware circuit court in month sentences at the Muncie Indiana women prison. The on the conspiracy c an a sentences were suspended and Turckes was fined $2,500. The women were placed on pr0. Three other fines amounting tobati0n, along with an order that turn Lopac to. Column there and g. W Johnson. 2616 Brown saw each a a restitution be made on the the single indictment charge St. Whose court appearance us an Etla is a1. A Astor were charged with ing the couple with first degree for a traffic arrest was set for though judge Carl t Smith fraudulently passing murder was presented to Dela sept. La 1964, appeared in City suspended the prison term his _ Johl Frank Thorpe received a Ware circuit court judge Alva c met yester morning and orders were that Turckes is to sentence at the Madi a Tesny Burjay was fined s22.7s for he Raff Csc Al a a from five state Pou Ceman a ticket and $25 for failure to up month its he was also ordered t0 tr0y Willoughby was Given a pathologist and mrs. Hazelback Pear in court. The fines Withiel % Day continuance Unhul april 9 to Ober a press operator in an Johnson and Ray h. Baker Turckes entered a guilty plea i Derson factory. 403 w 34 also appeared of the charges Here on feb. 23. M no arraignment was set. In court yesterday and trial on he was originally charged for mrs. Key a Mother of four. Theft of a License plate was set attempting to compel the Mary a a was shot six times As she and for May 4. Land casualty co. pay Clifton her husband drove Home from a Ronald Crose 26. Marion a Hahn also of Muncie the sum Greenfield Church where the it geared in City court and was of $3,562.50 for a purported loss had reenacted their wedding of fined $5 and costs on Public in by fire. Five others of the orig-13 years ago. Tox cation charges. Inal 12 men charged have re key and mrs. Hazelbaker travel adventure series in a so we could i _. Is focuses on Berlin this wednesday it .?.v so i named mrs Anderson s travel and and travelogue in its visit to other Meeker a zone who venire series for 1964 1965 quieter parts of Germany. Trigger but com a oses wednesday with a entitled a Germany and the a look at one of world s Berlin Story a the picture takes to Page it. O urn tension spots Berlin in a tra viewers to Many of the places Vel film narrated by or Ger connected with hitlers Dav by Iii a a a Hooper authority on euro Munich where he made his 11a a/1 in am in a i811 a hcs and history. First bid for Power Berchtey a juju Nui i Iii in the wednesday evening per Gaden in the bavarian Alps his _ a. Formantes scheduled for 5 45 Mountain hideaway. The Pic Start the Day with a chuckle a a 8 15 of clock also Mark the Ture visits Oberammergau a a i Pii _ pert final Opportunity for holders of scene of famed Dassori a in l Niv of by the a reserved seats dts Urig the Paul play the medieval fairy tale i his 1 Newyl re season to renew the same seats towns of Dinkel Buhl and Roth i it for 1p1966u a it Unity 10 Enburg the Rhine River Vauney worlds Tara g have first Chance at any a with its castles the Industrial fresher course i Hula a to rated seats for next year will Ruhr make sure they All dance the Given wednesday a. Same Way. Cording to general chairman a Poteran film producer and it is All a part of the Ori Russell Johnson of the sponsor-1traveler, or. Hooper in spokesmen said six americans 323. Another 126 americans have four . Army men and two killed in non combat Inci partly Cloudy and a Little warmer. High today in upper 40�?Ts i of today in 4ft�?~s High yesterday 40 Low 28 Sunset today 7 10 . Sunrise tomorrow 6 25 . Dents. Battles widely separated the fighting took place in widely separated parts of South Viet Nam. But both combat1 turn to Paf it i Parent that somebody is zones were within a Short distance of the two major concentrations of . Personnel in Saigon and a Hazelbaker pulled the please turn to mentation for the 30 people employed at the exhibit As guides and lecturers. They All know How to Hula already hut most of them have Learned different styles and have developed different specialities. Mai indie Icin a nil Riith this picture seeks to bring the or Hooper a film includes a a a e history of today and Tenor number of views of East Ber r0j patrons of the travel Fin normally forbidden to West and adventure series. Pm photographers. His picture presentation of the Germany combines newsreel timeliness picture concludes the fifth sea in its exploration of Berlin with son for the personally narrate the warmth and color of a rime turn top in in column t venezuelan demonstrators dispersed a would be Leader foreground raises his hands urging other anti government demonstrators Forward moments before police broke up the March in Midtown Caracas Venezuela thursday. One Man was killed and at least 25 persons were in ured in the riot that followed. A Erceg municipal decree had banned demonstration in the City s Midtown sector. A wire photo Marine officers a were killed and 23 other americans wounded in the three Days of fighting in two locations. The four army soldiers were killed and two . Helicopters shot Down Friday in Sharp fighting just 20 Miles West of Saigon. Three . Marine helicopters were downed by the com Viet Nam munits and two . Marine Nang pilots killed in earlier fighting in a Hau Nghia province Only near Danang. 20 Miles West of Saigon Heli vietnamese losses in both copters swooped Down on a concentration of 200 communist guerrillas thursday and kept up their support through the end of the Battle Friday. Two . Army helicopters were downed in the action. The casualty toll was four army men killed and six wounded. The rocket firing helicopters killed 29 communists officials estimated although in neither Battle was a count of bodies made. In Quang tin province 30 Miles from Danang and 360 Miles North of Saigon the offi Pleak turn Lopa to column 2 a a. Traffic toll drops first time since 1962 Chicago a the nation a traffic toll has taken its first monthly drop in 25 months the National safety Council reported Friday motor vehicle deaths in february declined 6 per cent from the total of february 1964. February fatalities added up to 3,050 compared with 3,240 in february 1964. Leap year gave february 1964 an extra Day. But the Council making adjustments to cover that circumstance. Figured this february a toll still represented a i per cent decline. It was the first decrease since december 1962. Mcclellan chairman of the subcommittee said he was immediately transmitting the Tes Bles the Schirra Stafford a rent met it by to the Justice depart Devous and Docking flight ment and asking the attorney could come before the end of funeral to quickly take approx the year. Two More gemini private action missions Are next in line. I Cut sa3f we 13 coupling spaceships in orbit Mcclellan said a the conflict is a h so shocking and a it is soap Speaks today or. Wallace Denton associate professor of family life and marriage counselling at Purdue University headlines the 19th annual meeting at Anderson College today of the Indiana Council on family relations. He Speaks at 9 30 o clock. Conclave theme is a sex education through the life a series of six workshops Are designed of follow the educator s address. Social workers from throughout Indiana will participate in the meeting. A we have listened to wilful statements that Are false. These statements Are pertinent to this detailed testimony to Date the subcommittee has heard a detailed testimony on the closings of the san Francisco National Bank and the first National Bank of Marlin Tex. The san Francisco Bank was shut Down Jan. 22 and the Marlin Bank closed March to 1964. Sen. Fred r. Harris d-okla., also said that the hearings clearly showed a need for closer Pleat turn to Page 14. Column a a. A new arrivals in Anderson and Vicinity born at St. John s Hospital to or. And mrs. Floyd Craver 1916 Pearl St., a boy. Born at Community Hospital to or. And mrs. Robert Chetal Fortville a girl. Or. And mrs. Larry Gross Alexandria a boy. Or. And mrs. David Bingham 2648 Nichol ave., a boy. Or. And mrs. Thomas Austin 1406 w. 6th St., a girl. Or. And mrs. William Robbins Chesterfield a boy. Or. And mrs. Odis Bond Shirley a girl. Or. And mrs. Richard Spangler it. I a girl. Or. And mrs. James Clack it. 3, a boy. Or. And mrs. John Yount 1737 w. 38th St., a boy. Or. And mrs. Garland Antrim Elwood a girl. I

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