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Anderson Herald (Newspaper) - June 5, 1965, Anderson, Indiana The Anderson Herald vol. 97, no. 303 Anderson Indiana saturday morning june 5, 1965 Price 10 cents area Accident lives 2 die in tractor mishaps traffic victim is dead three accidental deaths in this area were reported yesterday two of them involving 17-year-old county youths and tractors. Dead Are Ronald dins More 17, of it. 2, Alexandria Michael James Conklin 1.7, of it. 2, Pendleton and Earl Howard 62, of it. 1, Daleville. The Alexandria youth was killed yesterday after noon near Alexandria when he lost control of a tractor and it overturned on him. The Pendleton boy was asphyxiated while he was working on a tractor garage on his family s farm and the Daleville Man died thursday night in an Indianapolis Hospital from injuries received in an Accident May 25 m Delaware county. According to reports from the Madison county sheriffs office Dinsmore made a turn at yesterday afternoon at the intersection of shh St and Cunningham re. Near Alexandria and lost control of the tractor he was driving. The tractor turned Over and rolled on top of him. Coroner Cecil Carmichael said the boy died of a broken neck caused when the tractor overturn 1965 traffic 18 same period a year ago total deaths in 1964 36 de on him. The body of the youth who would have been a senior in High school next fall was taken to the Karl m. Kyle funeral Home. His death raised the county High Way toll to 18 for 1965. The Pendleton youth was work ing on a tractor in a Small garage on a farm just South of Pendleton s City limits. His father said he returned from work found his son in the garage and called for help. The Cornell Bright funeral Home ambulance went to the farm began attempts to revive the youth and rushed him to St. John s Hospital where he pronounced dead on arrival about . Earl Howard of Daleville died thursday night at methodist Hospital in Indianapolis from in juries resulting from a two car Accident May 25 about . At the intersection of Delaware county ads. 800 w. And 700 s. Delaware county sheriff s of fice stated that Howard failed to Stop pulled into the intersection and was struck by a car driven by Olan Keigley of it. 1, Middletown. Howard was first taken to the Ball memorial Hospital in Mun Cie and later transferred to methodist Hospital in Indiana Polis. Keigley was also taken to Ball memorial Hospital and was later released. Three of four local persons Hurt in accidents earlier this week Are reported slightly improved in area hospitals. Authorities at Reid memorial please turn to Page 2, column 7 China believed red Viet Nam planes source Washington up the state department said Friday it was possible that red China had delivered the soviet built bombers sighted in North Viet Nam. But state department spokes Man Robert j. Mccloskey cautioned that he could not Rule out the soviet Union As the supplier of the planes. We Are Uncertain of their Mccloskey said. Six to eight Ilyshin-28 twin bomb ers were spotted recently on a North vietnamese Airfield in Hanoi. The korean War Vintage planes have a top Speed of 500 Miles an hour and a round trip Range of Miles capable of striking Saigon and other South vietnamese targets. Mccloskey said however that it was not possible at this time to assess the significance of the bombers. Asked what nations might have supplied the planes if the soviet Union did not Mcclos key said i communist China has some As does Czechoslovakia East Germany Rumania Poland Bulgaria and North but Mccloskey said he did not want to leave the implication that the planes came from one of these nations and not the soviet Union. He said the state department just did not know definitely who did Supply them. The spokesman said washing ton still had no confirmation of our own that the russians have delivered any High Altitude antiaircraft missiles to Hanoi. No new launching Sites have been spotted Mccloskey said. He added however that the Normal pattern for these things is to ring an area with Sites and we will not be surprised if and when others Are Chat with mates in space mrs. James Mcdivitt Jeff wife of the gemini 4 command Pilot and mrs. Edward White the co Pilot s wife Are shown it the Houston tex., manned spacecraft Center Friday where they talked by radio with their orbiting mates who Era scheduled to remain aloft until monday when they Are due to Complete 62 orbits of the Earth. A wire photo 3 slain by Bandit big Springs neb. Up a tall deadly Bandit killed a Bank president and two Bank employees Friday As they Lay spread Eagle on the floor of this Nebraska Panhandle Ham let s Only Bank. A fourth Vic Tim was shot cold blood edly in the Back. The killer politely exchanged greetings with a Farmer As he strode out of the Farmers state Bank and made his escape. The Farmer who May narrowly have escaped the Fate of the Bank workers said the gunman was poised and Well dressed. Hundreds of Law enforcement officials launched a massive air and ground search across the rolling Cactus studded Range and dryland wheat country of Western Nebraska Northeast Ern Colorado and Southeastern Wyoming. Federal Bureau of investigation agents joined the manhunt. Search town police made a House to House search in this prarie town of 550 and manned roadblocks on All surrounding highways. Police chief Veldon Fuller of near by Ogallala neb., said it was has to offer developmental Reading classes Anderson High school will offer a development Reading and tary Robert a Mcnamara. But enrichment course for the urst or hard s wan the Erhard says Germany grateful for forces Washington German Chancellor Ludwig or hard conferred informally Fri Day with president Johnson and other . Officials before Fly ing Home for a meeting in Bonn next week with French presi Dent Charles de Gaulle. Johnson and Erhard issued a joint statement after an hour Long talk and a working lunch attended by Secretary of state Dean Rusk and defense Secre time this summer june 14 to August 6. This eight week course includes extensive train ing in Reading and study skills with special emphasis on in creasing Reading rate and com prehension and vocabulary. In addition students will be Given practice in writing analyses of various types of literature essays Short stories poetry and novels. The class taught by miss turn to Pace 2. Column 5 Cloudy partly Cloudy and warm today with showers Likely. High today in 80s today in fios High yesterday 80 Low 53 Sunset tonight . Sunrise tomorrow . Good morning Erhard s visit was not in the nature of a formal state Occa Sion it was More like that of a neighbor who dropped by to talk Over Mutual problems. The statement expressed or hard s gratitude at Johnson s earlier pledge to keep . Forces in Europe backed by nuclear Power so Long As they were wanted and needed for the peace and Security of it underscored a remark made earlier in the Day by or hard to Mcnamara to the effect that he had not come to the United states with the intention of trying to get . Officials to be More patient in their Deal Ings with de Gaulle. Erhard Emi statement we Tal interest in the continued Progress of european the Chanel or. Who arranged afternoon discussions with a few members of Congress before the flight Home to Bonn said that even though his visit was an in formal one it was natural thai believed the fugitive was holed up in the area. The Holdup and gunplay was in the lethal tradition of the gun slingers who roamed the High Plains in the Days of the old West and of latter Day Public enemies such As John Dizinger and baby face son who terrorized Midwest Banks in the .1930s. A Union Pacific Tram at the de pot Here and got away with some in Gold coins. Police successfully tracked Down the gang and shot two of its members. President Cashiers killed killed in Friday s Holdup were Bank president Andy Kjel Gaard Between 70 and 75, and two Cashiers Glen Hendrickson big Springs was the scene of Joeand mrs. Lois Ann Hothan one of the Midwest s biggest train robberies in september 1877. A gang led by the Notor ious outlaw Sam Bass held up 35. Frank Kjeldgaard 25-year-old Nephew of the slain Bank presi please turn to Page 2, column 7 last marines leave Dominica Santo Domingo up the last . Marine corps contingents in Santo Domingo some Strong boarded ships Friday for an Early return Back to the United states. Their departure leaves about Secretary general Jose a. Mora failed earlier mediation efforts. The new Oas group lost no time in getting Down to work. Meetings Friday including conversations with the papal nun Cio United nations represent . Paratroops of the Tives and american embassy 82nd airborne division and officials. Some latin american troops contingents in the inter american peacekeeping Force meanwhile chairman of rights investigating team pre Manuel Biachi. An Oas human Marine Takeoff plans coincide pared for a trip into the Interior de with a fresh look at the muddled dominican political crisis by a three Man Media Ion team of the organization to investigate charges of Politi Cal repression. There was sporadic shooting space endurance Mark set report satellite baccalaureate set for sunday the first of two baccalaureate services at Anderson Collet be occurs sunday at 7 . When candidates for the advanced Bachelor of divinity degree from the graduate school of Theo logy will be honoured in services at Park place Church of god. Speaker will be or. Dale Oldham executive director of the radio and television com Mission of the Church of god and a former pastor of the local Church. Or. Gene w. Newberry Dean of the graduate school said nine graduating seniors will be honoured their degrees being conferred june 14 at Anderson College Grants Bachelor of arts science and divinity degrees to 188 persons largest in the schools 48-year history. Candidates from the school of theology Are William Franklin Barker Belfontaine Ohio Larry Wayne Blevins Charlotte . James William Bradley Narrows a. Robert Lewis Butterfield Modesto Calif. Ronald Edward Groves Ravine Ohio Daniel Clifton Harman Baltimore my. Gene Miller Chanute kans. Edward Leroy Richards Ricmond Mie. H. And Walter Victor Truex Elk Hart ind. With Dean Newberry serving As worship Leader the Bacca laureate services open with mrs. David Collidge Park place staff organist being heard in Bach s aria arid Sowerby s she will use grand by Hail ing for the processional and March for a Church Festi by Batiste As the recessional the offertory will be the Seminary chorus sings two special numbers "0 Bro ther by r. Ringwald and Christ of the upward words by mat hams music by Mueller. Miss Deanna Patrick will be accompanist for the first selection. Or. Donald Courtney gives the evening prayer and the Benediction will be by prof. George Kufeldt both members of the school of theology faculty. Or. Hillery c. Rice Pas Tor of the Host Church gives the offertory prayer. The second a baccalaureate please turn to Hajje 2. Column 5 space cd Nukk Houston him Pilot. James Mcdivitt and space Walker Eduard White broke an american and a world record 1 widay in the second Day of their i2-orbit flight that included the sighting of. Another satellite with big arms clicking in contrast to the opening orbits which featured White s 20-Minule space stroll across the United states i his was a Day of Resl technical duties and such in scientific activities As talking to their wives. J at ., kit gemini a went into its 23rd with a tentative Okay for a full four Day Mission that would end with an at lactic splashdown monday afternoon. New records in the process. Mcdivitt and i White broke the american space a p endurance record held by Mer my l p 1 Cury astronaut l. Gordon Senate began debate or who flew 22.9 orbits in the Friday on a foreign Aid Senate argues foreign Aid changes Likely Faith-7 capsule on May 15-16, 1 Bill which would end the or. Oldham Luci Johnson stirs mystery Milwaukee up Luci 1963. At ., not they had surpassed Cooper s time present program in 1967 record by one minute and were n r still going. Laurl cal1 for a new formula the duration Mark of . Assistance after for Multi manned space ships. Hat the soviet s Voshkod-2 contain ing space Walker Alexei Leonov previously held the record 17 orbits made last March 18. White and Mcdivitt beat this record at ., not. The to _ Tal time logged by All eight Johnson the president s 17-year previous . Astronauts. At old daughter was reported iatei9.41 Mcdivitt and Friday to have changed her White had spent More than a plans to come to Milwaukee be cause she was disturbed they had become Public. She was changing her plans in an Effort to avoid the Lime Light she told William Feld Stein a prominent Milwaukee area Democrat who had intended to be her Host for a weekend combined total which began with Alan Shepard s 15-minute, 22-second sub Orbital hop in 1961. In addition White thursday became the first Man to use a self propulsion unit to Man Euver in space away from his capsule. And gemini-4 has set a new vacation visit. Feldstein s manned spaceflight Altitude indicated Luci still intended to j record of 183 Miles beating come to Milwaukee but would Walter 51 Shirr a s previous rec stay elsewhere with friends. However Feldstein said a few minutes later she definitely was not coming to his Home and he said he seriously doubts she was even coming to Mil Waukee. Luci who had gone with her father from Washington to Chi Ord of 175 Miles. Sights satellite one of the More interesting developments of the Day was Mcdivitt s sighting of another space object apparently a satellite. Space Agency officials ordered an immediate Check by space tracking agencies and their from the Start they suspected it was 2, a Catlike Cago thursday and then stayed --1 re Tajee what to was on while he returned to the computers to see what it was. Capital was reported travelling with Beth Jenkins daughter of j former White House aide .lturn-1 super rocket. The 23.100 reported their original Pegasus has wings 96 Jenkins. It was Senate foreign relations chairman j. William Fulbright d-ark., said the Cut off in the Aid authorization Bill could re sult in major improvements in the program by requiring the White House and Congress to take a new look at the opera Tion. Fulbright also announced in Nis opening that he would offer an amendment to earmark million in military Aid to help set up an inter american peace Force to police such situations As the dominican crisis. The Bill before the Senate would authorize the spending of billion in economic and military assistance for each of the next two years beginning july 1. The House recently approved an authorization pro Gram calling for billion Over a one year program. A separate Bill allowing the actual spending of the authorized Money must be passed by con Gress. The Arkansas senator advocated that the million hemispheric police Force authorization be taken from the proposed million for arms Aid in lat in America. It would be allotted for setting up the new opera Tion under the organization of american states. Democratic Leader Mike com meteoroids. I mended Fulbright on his open the unusual sighting came ing speech predicted earlier j j ii j r , 4. Inc Illow Filic la c a. C 1 schedule had called for them wide to sweep space for Mansfield Mont h drive from Chicago to Milwaukee Friday afternoon. However miss Jenkins arrived in Milwaukee Friday eve Ning in a car accompanied by please turn to Page 2. Column 5 in domin2 comm go 2 marines 79 reds killed near Danang Saigon Upp two .j a Marine spokesman said 19j marines were killed and were killed and 11 j of american states night but . Military officers m what was the negotiators Bunker of the United states Ilmar Penna Marinho of Brazil and Ramon de Clairmont Duenas of Al Salvador represented the Oas third Effort to bring peace Here. Said they were no longer re cording such incidents and the Oas had not yet established procedure for reporting military incidents. A rebel spokesman said shots i were exchanged Between . A previous five Man 0as j paratroops and rebels at two not Long after Mission director Christopher c. Kraft jr., had Given a tentative Okay to Mcdivitt and his space walking com Panion for a full four Day mis Sion that would end in the at lactic next monday. It also pleas turn to Page 3. Column 2 free swim classes for adults non adult free learn to swim by the estimated l.000jcl sponsored jointly by of re t h _ i that the Aid debate would re quire 10 Days or two weeks. Although Fulbright was praised by Mansfield and sen Joseph s. Clark d-pa., opposition to the two year cutoff was voiced by sen. George s. Mcgoverri . Mcgovern a former director of the food for peace pro Gram said a halt in the Aid program would end the authority for the two most important of the program under foods Are sent to believed the marines heaviest j marines who engaged the com Tjie person and nations abroad fighting since Landing in in a series of ground Derson inc., will Nam. Five Marine Orie cons 4- be held next Wek. Fork Marc and Marine jets killed Guerr Ulas were taken the Cassesi for adults Lull Lucia or Enki with the Ido a for a now How to swim. Be Monist guerrillas with the help of a turncoat red. The fighting took place around the . Air base at a 4 to not know now to swim do f. .11 the captured guerrilla them monday with 45-Minuteses f new with a is. Throw ill next Jim flew and pointed out Viet Cong i concentrations for Marine _. _ i Lump Fiji Duns ii uni me Nuudi i o h emphasized in the i peace team on which Penna Points along the armed corridor Nang and in the Phu Bai Areat h Ted two d worn test Germany s i Mantho also served and Oas Tricaso my to 2. About so Miles to the Northwest. J no la in a i i in us classes at 2 to. And p ii be held in space Raa id women s pleas turn to 2, column vietnamese War has entered most vital phase military men say Saigon up a ranking american military spokesman said Friday in a review of May military operations that the vietnamese War has entered its most important phase. He pre i the spokesman avoided the use of the word decisive when questioned about the predicted heavy fighting in the summer months ahead. But should the fighting prove dieted even larger engagements to be decisive the spokesman Between government and Viet said it would be in favor of Cong forces. The government. In a departure from Stab the important Battle of the summer of 1965 has just been listed practice the . Mili the spokesman said Ilary command withheld release the . Military its monthly statistical sum has not noted any particular Mary for May. An american change in the communists said the statistics and run pattern of fighting he but he added that the Outlook is for More of same but bigger Battles. Despite More than 100 Days of were not. Yet incomplete statistics compiled from weekly reports released by the . Military assistance command showed that Start the Day with a chuckle intensive bombing raids against i ment losses in May were almost communist North Viet Norn double Hose of april. Comm which the United states an Nisi losses fell by almost 50 sky Mouth. Ind. Apr White South Viet Nam charge wih nor cent in live same period men fled on fool when William the Overall direction of Iho american Bailie casualties no Wolter calf lit hem Rifle Iii Liisi communist. Insurgency. The so Rose by More than v Pei deep he lives Al the end spokesman said there was no eel As did Ovorn men of a Lane and thieves had to hard evidence that the air on losses. Abandon their car because the strikes had and any direct in according to lie weekly sin Wolter Auto blocked the drive. Flu acc on the War. Ser vation Pilot marked them with smoke bombs. Make is strikes Moscow Ltd the soviet Earl Guernsey. Myca Prysi press made it. Clear Friday it Cal director. Wih conduct the considers Russia still first in classes assisted by Myca space race despite maj. Cd Ine jets mane Losinkc and Stoni Coors. Registration Mav White s Lone walk in or reported to communists i led. By Finin i Oul you bit. The government newspaper a government news papa Deans 01 the deaths of the p0ns printed in the bulletin andii7.vcstia said most of two marines were not Avila Iohp , outside the capsule just kind of space turn h Hie. Nut a them to the desk r column 4 the Myca lobby. Ite House negro rights talks to be called in fall by lbs u 01 Ilam r j j ill i 13iu h1l" Cululi Ipi Prosi led under a Blanket of history do his cd Roll. Int Johnson said Friday Nuht and w h i l i i hat race and White in-1 americans Are Large a i Fforence have Vuie the Amer sible for this he said a s an another the harsh fact of the a the second alter he Moscow isaid in a headline referring to Iuis Jan Leonov s i Pioneer walk in space earlier i this year. But the newspaper noted that turn in Olumi it overseas visitors fifteen s o two Day o Fri Day Pio Jinnu by o Oil new divisional engineering and Aico of Plant ii. Horn left Ore von pm Ford pm of p. Pm overseen pm o Italy nth pm Continental or service school , and g. G. , of Plont ii who 01 on of Plant i Greer. That Ciliffo in he said the chief of his is that in the Battle for Rue administration would be to too Many Are loisnj.1, reel this. Johnson said. As a i Iris step Johnson kill Al l Oris he would Call a White House Joinson in a conference this fall aimed at speech at predominantly helping negroes a Lueve t be. Howard University pledged full rights hat endless years of government efforts to assure hatred and hopelessness Opportunity to denied them. Shut lie said that an under i the Howard University heart on the Par of Sofilj Sanii we ,.0 of earned a Page Slov to 11 11 new arrivals in Anderson Ond Vicinity come As Johnson completed major civil rights speech pledging his administration to Shat born at Community americans was Moro 0 portent than Laws. I or mrs he told his audience the so a Many negroes Are trapped in girl. Or. And mrs. Kent Dunn Moler forever the Walls which Gateless a bound the condition of is like Llu Pover or and mrs. Willie Harin a has ski Jav of Whites. Avi i boy. Hundreds of negroes pressed i 1 Rotnor minority groups or. And mrs. In Lwana Brown Forward o shake i is band. Tinl have fought their was Brown St., a girl. Despite civil rights Laws and-01 did not have to or Ami mis. I incs a Rifle govern Ion Ai Tion. Johnson said the american negro still is largely another nation a City within a City Bui Horne is caused by the color 17 .1 hitlers wed. Their skin or n civil Teal tradition which been twist Al t Oquinn Al girl. Or. And mis. Mir Uiol Jold Smith Sinnatt. Blvd. Of girl

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