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Anderson Herald (Newspaper) - July 28, 1968, Anderson, Indiana Anderson sunday Herald 1 fit Eige allegiance i the Flag of ii United states America and la Ike Republic or Wichich it stands one nation under god India Hite with Liberty and Justice Lor All. Anderson Indiana sunday morning july 28, 1968 million increase noted in 1968 county assessment mass for Spain pot Clemen Ohio Highway patrolmen file Inlo is. John Cathedral for a requiem mass for three Cleveland policemen killed by negro snipers in Cleveland s Glenville area tuesday night. They among same 400 policemen including seven out of stale delegations in a prices the to the Cathedral before the memorial services. A Mabelo steel discussions stalemated judge orders one week delay in enforcement of Daylight time Law a one week delay was ordered saturday at Indianapolis in enforcement of Federal judge Cale j. Holder s or Der that Indiana move its clocks an hour ahead to Day Light saving time. Madison county and the 42 other Eastern counties will abide by the delay and not Advance their clocks. Anderson City and All industries including general Mot ors plants in the county area will continue on Eastern Standard time. That fair fair and mild today and monday. High today Low tonight Sunrise today Sunset today 75-85 53-so . . Total 1969 tax base up to rate increase seen Madison county net assessed valuations of taxable property for 1968 increased million Over last year s figure according to total assessments reported to the county auditor Roy Boicourt from the county and town ship assessors. Total net assessed valuations for 1963, payable in 1969, was As compared to for Pittsburgh up the chief negotiators for 11 major steel companies and the United steelworkers of America us saturday said they had been unable to reach a basis for aet Lement of their wage Westward to to be held at new Castle approximately 20 Young men representing Madison Henry Tipton and. Hamilton counties met recently to plan the annual Westward to he held this year at memorial Park in new Castle. The event will include a Road rally swimming and diving con test canoeing and sailing Rifle Range soccer and fetid Spotts and will be climaxed with an evening Glamour panel. These Young men represented the explorer posts in their respective counties and voted on which events they wanted for this annual Outing which is part of the program of the Kik thaw mind area Council boy scouts of America. Post 230, sponsored by the Chesterfield Christian Church will make the plans for the Leou in to 1, column i Highland laddies capture 3rd Victory retires trophy for the third straight year the Highland High school band won the class a championship of the 13lh annual Indiana High school band tournament at the Lions Delaware county fair Friday night Highland received permanent ownership of the nearly six foot tall marhoefer trophy and cown 9 Blackhawk band was awarded travelling Harley or trophy and a like amount for winning. Class b honors. Highland under the direction of Bruce Smith marched be fore a crowd of playing a Medley of scottish tunes in tilled scottish revue 1968." enthusiastic Highland band members hoisted Smith to their shoulders alter hearing that they had won for the third consecutive year. Smith who recently signed a contract to direct Muncie South Side s band in the fall will leave in Media i sly after the in Diana s ale fair band contest. Oliou Tuin to Poge 3, cot Van 9 Good morning Start the Day with a Chuck Indianapolis a democratic gov. Roger d. Branigin got an Appeal for funds from the Nixon for to resident cnut Willce Satur Day. The a tar was addressed o or. Mansion governors Meridian North Indian Apolis somehow the Nixon mailing ii got error s mansion Anil North Meridian turned around. It la be Polly hard for them to get any Money out of said Branigin. Contract dispute covering steelworkers in the United states and Canada. However it was Learned from other Industry and Union sources both sides were hopeful they could come up with a settlement proposal during the weekend. Although their failure to Date increased the threat of a strike by the steelworkers at Midnight wednesday when a current three year contract expires there was immediate threat to the Economy of the two countries steel users notably the automobile Industry had huge stockpiles which they had been building up since february and were Able a strike for several weeks at least. The automakers had enough hand to last until late novem. Her. Joint statement i. W. Us pres Denand r. Conrad Cooper vice president of the . Steel corp. And chief negotiator for the 11 companies said in a joint statement they had been unable to reach a common ground for settlement. They said the negotiators would continue their talks through the weekend. They said neither Side has been inf Lexi they branded completely false a report the companies had made an offer for a wage fringe benefits package totalling 90 cents an hour Over a three year period. However the statement did not deny specifically some sort of Van offer was made by the Cor Nanies. Other Industry sources. Indicated later the companies had made a Tenut Ive offer but its was. Hot known the Union s two policy making 33-Man executive Board and the 600-member please turn to Page 1, column 4 is they will not move their clocks Forward this development sat urday cancelled out the decision of Friday to go on Eastern Daylight time. Although Indianapolis to stations will Advance their clocks one our at 2 . Sunday communities in All of the counties will continue to operate the same time schedule Pend ing further Legal develop ments. The order by judge Luther m. Swygert of the seventh . Circuit court of appeals at Chi Cago permits the 43 Indiana counties in the Eastern time zone to remain on Standard time at least until Midnight sat urday aug. 3. However the Indianapolis area television stations which filed the suit resulting in Holder s order said immediately they intend to switch their programming to Eastern Daylight time As of 2 . Sunday de spite Swygert s stay. A spokesman for Indiana broadcasting co., operator of Channel 8 at Indianapolis is sued this statement the stay granted in Chi Cago does not change the Legal time for Indiana. It Only delays the enforcement of the Law. Bach individual will have to de cide on his own whether or not pitas. Turn in 2, column i airmen sink or damage 232 red Supply vessels unswerving Reform course pledge made to czech people by Dubcek Prague nist party Leader Alexander Dubcek told the nation saturday night that he will permit one and nothing to drag him from the reformist and democratic path he has chosen. The first Secretary pledged anew his loyalty tar Czechoslovakia s political economic and military alliances with the soviet Union. But he said that within the framework the czech and slovak Peoples want to decide their own Fate in a Sovereign about an hour before his televised address however Dubcek repudiated an army general who had criticized russian domination of the Warsaw pact military Alliance and alleged the Prague govern ment did not know How Many russian troops were in the country. The czech news Agency ctr said it was entitled o state turn to Post 7. Col Vrem 7 Saigon . Navy flying from three carriers off the coast of North Vietnam Sank or damaged 232 enemy Supply boats saturday in. What a . Spokesman de scribed sunday As. The largest bag of beats for the the nearly 200 Navy aircraft pursued the enemy boats and barges on Rivers canals and coastal Waterways through Tho Southern Panhandle of North Vietnam sinking 132 boats and damaging another 100, the spokesman said. Ranging from the carriers intrepid Bon homme Richard and a third unnamed ship the . Planes caught the Supply boats in a wide area stretching from 19th parallel the Boundary for bombing in the North to Cape Mui Ron 75 Miles to the South. The spokesman said bomb damage to roads and Bridges in the Southern Panhandle below the 19th Panl Lel had forced the enemy to depend increasingly on boats to move its supplies southward. The heavy attack was to this change in strategy. The raid followed announce ment saturday that two More american planes have been downed in he air War Over North Vietnam raising to 872 the total of . Aircraft lost on combat missions there. A delayed report . Spokesmen said a Navy f4 phantom and a Marine a6 in Truder were downed by enemy ground fire in North Viet Riahi s Panhandle thursday. Three of the four Crew members Are listed As missing and a fourth was rescued after surviving 20 hours in enemy territory. Vlaj. Curtis Lawson 37, of Sharon pa., the intruder Pilot parachuted into a North Viet namese antiaircraft Battery he hid in a River and directed air strikes against the enemy guns until they were silenced and a Rescue helicopter was Able to reach him. . B52 bombers flew seven turn to Post 3, column i Anderson Man injured in fatal crash an Anderson Man was injured and a Muncie Man killed in a one car crash Early saturday morning on . 24, about two Miles West of Wabash. Wabash authorities attributed excessive Speed As the cause of the Accident. Sheriffs deputies identified the fatal victim As William l. Rawlings 25, of Muncie who was pronounced dead on Arri Val at Wabash county Hospital. The injured Driver of the vehicle was Dennis l. Reichard 23, of 2323 Sheridan St. Deputies said Reichard suffered a lacerated right Side multiple contusions and abrasions and complained of Chest and shoulder pains. He was admitted to Wabash county Hospital and later released after treatment. Authorities said the car ran off the Road on a curve travel. Chg Over three Road markers sliding sideways arid hitting a Large Rock which was 651 feet from the Point where the car left the Road. The vehicle Roll Tuin to 2, column i last year. The assessed valuation of real and personal prop erty is one of the principal figures used in computing the 1969 tax rate for each of the taxing entities of the county. Total rate for most of the pity of Anderson last year was per personal property after taxable real estate and state property tax Relief was deducted. With increased salaries for City employees and teachers and an expected boost in. County budgets a hike in property taxes is Likely. The assessed valuations for civil cities in the county were for Anderson in an Dersona twp. For an Derson Lafayette twp. For Anderson Richland twp. For Anderson Union twp. For the town of Chesterfield for country club Heights and for Edgewood. Other cities and towns were assessed for Elwood Duck Creek twp. For Elwood pipe Creek twp. For Frankton Lafayelle twp. For Finkton pipe Creek twp. For Grimco for Ingalls for for Marieville for ores Tes for Pendleton for River Forest 350 for and 015 for Woodlawn Heights. School corporation assess lion turn to Post 1, column i ten children women freed hijacking jury finds Elwood wan guilty in Gas station robbery stabbing jury trial in Jit Adison county circuit court Lor an. Elwood Man charged in the stabbing robbery of a Gas station attendant ended last night when an All male jury found Larry Nacoff guilty of inflicting an injury while committing a robbery. The 22-year-old Man faces a life imprisonment maximum penalty in connection with the near fatal stabbing of Ray mond Leon Leever of Elwood during a robbery of a deep Rock service station last de Cember 1. Nacoff s attorney Henry Schrenker had called for the defendant to be placed in nor Man Beatty Hospital a mental institution in was Taille in connection with the insanity plea entered by the defendant. County prosecutor William Lawler or. Concluded his final argument before the jury yesterday morning by pointing to the testimony of two court a twin la 7. Column j Anderson air National guard flyers spend their vacations As Jet jockeys Phelps Collins Ang base eight residents of this area Are presently serving the nation in what has described As the last of he real that is Mili tary reservists who can actually be mobilized and deployed Over a wide area of the Globe in a Short period time. The minuteman title passed Down from the revolutionary War period has been applied generally o All civilian Mili tary res eras is however Modem complexities have Mada the minuteman response almost impossible. It is longer possible for the individual to pack his amp sack fill his powder born and Bullet Pencil take his Rifle off the Wall to be ready for immediate action. On of the last remaining re serve components that can de liver a punch against a Poten tial enemy within a Short time after mobilization is the air National guard. The eight residents of the an Derson area who Are serving in the air Nai Insl guard and undergoing a Fanual Field train ing t weak at pfc Elps col Lins a g base near Alpena mich., in Lake Huron Are members of the Indiana air guard s 122nd tactical fighter group which maintains a Home base at Baer Field fort Wayne. The 122nd is one of three tactical fighter groups that make up the 122nd tactical fighter Wing commanded by Grig. Gen. William f. Sefton. The other two groups Are the 180th of the Ohio air National guard based at Toledo 0., and the 181sl based at Hulman Field Terre haute. The fighter squadrons of the Wing and the support units of the three groups have been As singed the Mission of achieving 3kl maintaining a level of operational readiness thit will provide trained and equipped combat ready tactical air units capable of global deployment ready for immediate integration Inlo the regular air Force to assume air offence air defense or joint action Wiki surface forces. The present list of Anderson area residents serving in the 122nd tactical fighter group or the group s 163rd tactical fighter Squadron includes six officers and two enlisted men. The officer group includes maj. Bert h. Zimmerman Yorktown a former physical education Leacher at Speedway High school who has been named to the physical Educa Tion staff at Ball state University and capt. David a Stower 815 e. Whetstone rd., who has been flying with the air guard since 1957. Others include capt. Ernest 6808 Sheridan St., who until recently was a production Foreman in Plant 10 of he Delco Remy division but who now is a Pilot of an East Ern airlines jetliner capt. Dod son is one of about 20 airline pilots in the group who spend their vacations and weekends flying f84 fighters instead of the Large commercial jetliners they Fly on their civilian jobs. Other pilots from Here in clude first it. Thomas w. Eve am Vickers apartments an Engineer at the Delco Remy division and first it. Todd r. Markle 512 Range line rd., a Delco Remy division super visor. It. Evernham completed Pilot training and was checked out in the f84 two years ago while it. Markle has been in the Squadron six years and has spent two years on Active duly. It. Paul Burton 3430 Laura dr., has been accepted in the Pilot trailing program conducted by the regular air Force and is scheduled to attend flight school this fall. It. Bur ton in civilian we is employed As a computer operator at the Delco Remy division. Two enlisted men from an please turn to Pate a column 1 Geneva up Al Geria saturday freed 10 israeli women and Chil Dren who were aboard the Al Al jetliner hijacked last tuesday and forced to land in Algiers. They flew into Geneva saturday night and said they had been Given very Good treatment by the Alger ians. The four women three children and three hostesses arrived in Geneva aboard a Swiss air Carvelle Jet. They were among 24 israeli passengers and Crew members held since their israeli Airliner was hijacked on a flight to Tel Aviv from Rome. Men still held male passengers of the plane were still held in Algiers but the women said they believed the men would be released shortly. An earlier announcement in Algiers by the algerian press service aps said eight women and children had been freed. But 10 arrived in Geneva on their Way Home. Non israelis aboard the plane were freed earlier in the week. One of the hostesses said the israelis were kept in a sort of Camp on the outskirts of Algiers. We were very Well treated but not once were we told Why we were being kept there and were not being allowed to leave right the women and children were staying overnight in Geneva and were to Fly Home sunday. It was the second group to be freed from among the 43 Friou Tuin to Post t. Column f Elwood Man Dies in Auto crash near Union City Alfred scout Wilson 29, Elwood was killed in a two car crash at the intersection of Indi Ana 32 and Indiana 227 two Miles South of Union City sat urday night. Randolph county sheriff Howard White said Wilson pulled away from a Slop sign at the intersection and drove into the path of a car driven by Allen Aukerman 18, it. 5, Union City. Aukerman suffered minor injuries. Three other persons were Hurt in the crash none seriously. New arrivals in Anderson end Vicinity born at St. John s Hospital or. And mrs. Harold Simp son. 27c3 w. St., a boy. Or. And mrs. John Campbell hot Louise St., a girl. Born at Community Hospital or. And mrs. Gene Lebrun 4315 St. Re. 9 n., a girl. Or. And mrs. D. L. Gibson 2724 Dewey a boy. Or. And mrs. Carl Carpenter 1 3624 Madison ave., a boy. Air guard training site is Busy scene thit Wos tha scene of buy activity at pne Fps air National guard base near Alpena mich., last Weet where several Anderson officers and enlisted men of the i22nd tactical fighter group Indiana air National guard undergoing annual fiend raining. Shown on the flight line from left Are air guard fs4 lighters a Jet t33 Trainer a four engine cs4 Styma Sfer transport o four engine c124 used Isy the National guard Bureau and in the distance a c47 transport. Overhead o flight of air Force float passes across in and will end its Field raining next sunday and to Home Bast at boar fitly fort Pho a Sertl Boneless hams in. 67c Manor House electric Park Cor-ffi.2 ibs. Is .09 rid Hirx watermelons a. 69c iks super Market 24 daily

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