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Anderson Daily Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 5, 1977, Anderson, Indiana Family emphatic. 6-9 sports17-22 if hat n where. 2 vol. 93 no. 221 Anderson Indiana monday dec. 5, 1977 Price fifteen cents storm closes schools More pin let a John i of a Winters a a Contin in. Anderson was she lacked with about four inches of Snow this morning. And More is on the Way. It proved a problem for motorists making their Way to work this morning but some wisely waited for the Snow plow to carve its Way through the White stuff. But it does t bother James c. Jones a he Ain t no Sissy. To rather have it cold like this than have that hot summer weather Quot the old Norseman said this morning reflecting on Winter s opening performance. Snow coming a Snow emergency in Anderson was declared at la a in. Today. The announcement was made by City controller Paul Newbern who is acting mayor while mayor Robert l. Rock is attending a league of cities convention in san Francisco. Newbern said the Snow emergency will be in effect until further notice. The emergency Means that no parking is allowed on streets marked As Snow emergency routes. These streets include Broadway Nichol Avenue and major streets downtown Newbern said he made the decision to declare the emergency based on a forecast of an additional four inches of Snow for this area the storm began about 3 a m. In the form of freezing rain and quickly changed to Snow this combination has caused Slick and hazardous Road conditions throughout the Madison county area the National weather service in Indianapolis is predicting an additional 2 to 4 inches of the White stuff throughout the rest of the Day and this evening temperatures Are expected to fall during the Day with overnight temperatures in the Low teens flurries will continue tomorrow morning with the daytime High reaching Only the upper teens or Low 20s the probability of precipitation tomorrow is 50 to cent. A weather service spokesman said that winds in the neighbourhood of 15 to 25 Miles per hour will accompany the storm and will cause Drifting along East West roads the Elwood Community school corporation was the Only school system in Madison county that was open today. Most schools were closed because of the poor Road conditions Art Kupisch. Superintendent of the Elwood schools said the schools in that Community were kept open because most of the students reside within the City limits. Temas Dillard Anderson City Street commissioner told the bulletin that City Street Crews began work on the roads at 3 a m Quot we have six trucks and two graders out at this time and three More that Are not operating because of mechanical difficulties Quot he said Dillard added that the Crews Wero blowing the main City thoroughfares and approaches into the City Quot the Crews will be working around the clock to make the City streets passable but because it is still snowing it will be a difficult Dillard said. He also said the Salt being put Down by the City will not take effect until the streets Are plow Al special attention is being Given to intersections around the City and streets near schools a spokesman for the Madison county Highway department said All the departments trucks were on the roads the county Road Crews began at 8 a in the Indiana state Highway department began work at 4 a in and during the morning had 19 trucks out see Page 2. Column 7 forecast there s a travellers advisory for Toni Fth. K Ain and possible thundershowers changing to Snow. Snow Windy and cold tonight with anole accumulating two to four inches. Considerable blowing and Drifting Snow. Low in the Low and mid teens. B indy and cold tuesday with a Good Chance of Snow flurries. High in the upper teens and Low 20s. Yesterday s High. 31 overnight Low. 29. So precipitation before Midnight. Up on Page 2. Midnight deadline nears Coal strike unavoidable by David Espo associated press writer Washington a the United mine workers Union is ready to Call its 10th strike in 40 years at Midnight even As negotiators continued meeting into the final hours of the current contract representatives of the Union and bituminous Coal operators association met across the table for several hours sunday before recessing the talks until state Story on Page 3 there appeared no Hope a strike could be averted at mines in Ohio and West Virginia More than 2,200 miners were reported off the Job late last week. More absenteeism was Likely today the final work Day of the expiring contract. Quot we be got some hard problems we re working on them that a the nature of this process Quot said chief Federal mediator Wayne l. Horvitz at the end of sunday s bargaining Union president Arnold Miller who returned to the talks sunday after a two Day absence said Quot if we d reached any agreement today i would have told you a operators president Joseph p. Brennan asked whether there had been an agreement on any substantial issues said a you done to reach agreement on substantial issues until you tie it All any strike by the ump s 130,200 miners could be expected to last at least to Days because the unions ratification process takes that Long. Quot i said last week that if we went out it looked like it might be a Long me Quot Miller said sunday sources said the Coal companies Are prepared to accept a work stoppage of at least one month. Coal s Best customers have Laid in stockpiles they say could last up to 90 Days. Urban policy divides mayors san Francisco apr a Lively Exchange Between newly elected mayors at the Congress of cities reveals a deep division of opinion that could haunt president Carter in his Effort to Mold a National Urban policy. Carters still evolving Urban program is based partly on his belief that because Federal dollars Are scarce they must be Given to the worst off cities to have maximum Impact. If mayors do not offer widespread support of this approach it will be difficult for Carter to persuade Congress to Channel most Urban Aid to stressed cities. Most mayors attending the annual meeting of the National league of cities apparently favor the approach. But leaders of healthy cities Many of them in the South and the West say they need Federal dollars to help pay for the costs at growth a new sewers better streets More fire hydrants and the like. The differing viewpoints among the 4,500 delegates were dramatized in a luncheon Exchange sunday Between Houston mayor elect James Mcconn and his counterparts from Cleveland Seattle and new Orleans. Mcconn asked rhetorically Quot Why should we share our goodness when maybe we earned it Quot a distressed cities policy would Reward communities Quot who have had trouble in the past with fiscal planning Quot he said. Dennis Kucinich of Cleveland who at the age of 31 took office last month As the youngest mayor of a major american City told Mcconn Quot i have a great admiration for your City but you can to Tell the american people you re going to help Houston Quot and Cleveland both. Ernest Morial mayor elect of new Orleans said he considers new Orleans like Houston to be a Sun Belt Community. Even so he noted Quot we re still an older City and we re still in one big difference Between new Orleans and Houston he said is the Texas Law that allows cities to Annex developed suburban areas. It Means Houston has one of the broadest tax bases in the nation. Charles Royer mayor elect of Seattle said he is afraid the Carter administration or Congress will waver in its commitment to targeting Aid thus see Page 14 column 4anderson hails bulletin my dream is gone Strong winds whip debris Acron Jackson township Sam sixty six known dead in Georgia plane crash is Are More Bond petitions due a or in inside 8 is rim die is Birmingha storm ravages Eastern us. No a a a it pm it tax 3rd place division 3 a Anderson daily bulletin spa award bulletin wins third place for front Page the Anderson daily bulletin won third place in its division for the Best front Page and several individuals from area newspapers placed Well in Competition at the Hoosier state press associations better newspaper contest bulletin feature writer Erie Rodenberg received honorable mention honors for a feature Story for the Winchester news Gazette bulletin Herald photographer grog White won first place for Best feature photo with a photograph published in the Anderson Herald and bulletin Herald photographer Kyle Gray won two honorable mention citations for photographs taken when he was with the Elwood Call Leader and Tipton Tribune in front Page Competition the bulletin finished behind the Evansville press and the Marion chronicle Tribune. Honorable mention went to the Indianapolis news the fort Wayne journal Gazette and the Lafayette journal and courier. The Alexandria times Tribune won three awards in division i weeklies Theresa Barrett first place for Best women a or family Section Curt Ellis first for Best column and Theresa Barrett second for Best photo essay. Other local winners were Peggy Crim ans of the Elwood Call Leader honorable mention in division 2 for Best news Story under press of deadline and Jerry Brewer of the Pendleton times second place in division i for Best sports reporting. The Marion chronicle Tribune won top honors at saturday s award ceremonies named Blue ribbon daily of 1977 for being the outstanding daily newspaper in Indiana this year. The Corydon Democrat won similar honors for weekly newspapers. Salvation army bulletin Santa fund local Mother struggles to keep Home together or. And mrs. Paul Mcknight. 10.00 a local Mother is finding it difficult to provide a warm Loving and secure Home for her three children this Christmas. By herself she is trying to care for the three children one of whom is handicapped. In addition she is also totally responsible for a brother who is Nita by retarded. To make matters Mon difficult she is trying to provide a Good Home for her family on a limited income. Only donations from the Community can help this family have a fulfilling and merry Christmas. Donations for Many local families Are the Only salvation for Many who Are asking to be remembered this Christmas. These donations May be sent to the salvation army 1615 Meridian st., Anderson 46016.santa fund donors today Victor amp Louise Rose $ 10.00 Helen Cox. 10.00 Robert c. Doles. 2.00 Loyd r. Mellenthin. 25.00 Effle St Milford Johnson 5.00 Earl k Maxine Raper 5.00 Bud Merritt. 1.00 Helen Darwin. 5.00 Denzel Robbins. 10.00 Howard Cox. 10.00 Violet Leichty. 5.00 Otto k Jane Goff. 5.00 John k Joyce Williams .5.00 James k Bettie Maxwell 5.00 Glenn Thompson. 20.00 Aubrey stickler. 10.00 or. K mrs. Rodney Swinehart 10.00 Anonymous. 100.00 Richard k Carta Turley 25.00 Chesterfield cleaners inc. 10.00 . K Joel Bennett. 100.00 Carl Schleuder. 10.00 Don Schleuder. 10.00 Joan Schleuder. 5 of Charles k Helga Modlin 5.00 Loyd k Jean Robinson to of Whetstone missionary Circle 2 25.00 Robert k Carol Bilby. 5.00 Linda m. Willis. 5.00 Evelyn Dabney. 10 00 Don k Geraldine Benefiel .5.00 or. K mrs. Floyd e. Lewis. 3.00 James k Joanne Bennett .25.00 Phillip l. Eikenberry .5.00 John k Carmen Cummings. 25.00 Norman k Marjorie Wittmann 10.00 ranges c. Schwantes 10.00 Hazel Nave in memory of my husband. Ivan amp Uda Sibert. Or. Amp mrs. Joe Womack. George k Patricia Runser. Adriene k Dorothy Wikle. Frank k Virginia Mcentee. Harold Manger. Brent amp Sharon Schalk. Helen Burke. John Lanning. William k Arleva Watson. Or. Amp mrs. Kneese in memory of Charles and Etta Castor. John Clark. 20 00 rank Lucas. 50.00 20 of Thelma Warner. 10.00 15.00 Gerald k Mildred Rector .10.00 10.00 Shirley l. Mills. 5.00 2 00 Kenneth Rushton. 100 25.00 Bessie Neeb. 5.00 25 00 Luanne in Eugene davis3.00 25.00 August Raser. 3.00 3.00 Floyd k Corrina Chambers 10.00 100 Leamond k Gertha Sparks. 5.00 10.00 Ada Mccullough. 3.00 10.00 total $ 823.00 i of to total to Date $ 7,524.02

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