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Anderson Herald (Newspaper) - September 24, 1965, Anderson, Indiana The Anderson Herald vol. 98, no. 86 Anderson Indiana Friday morning september 24, 1965 Price 10 cents billion Aid budget voted user Delegate applauds Goldberg Nikolai t. Fedorenko user permanent representative of the United nations applauds the policy speech made before the in Assembly thursday by . Ambassador Arthur j. Goldberg. In addition to accusing red China of trying to dominate the world Goldberg disclosed a proposal under which soviet Union and the . Would agree to destroy some nuclear weapons. A were prof o Bridge repairs scheduled soon plans for repairing the Mon Roe St. Bridge in Alexandria Ari nearing completion and the bid for the estimated repair project will be taken commissioners at that time county Surveyor John Manship said yesterday. The Surveyor s office has been studying the proposed re pairs for some time with mar tin milling consulting engine Street lighting for annexed areas is planned the Anderson municipal Ligh and Power department announces the schedule for in tailing Street lights in the recently annexed area of Ander son for the month of october a total of Twenty two Mercury vapor lights Are to be installed in the following locations one area will be from state Road 67 to Whetstone Road Between Lewis drive and Walnut Street another area will be from state Road 67 to East 49th Street be tween main Street and Pear Street. A third area will be from West 38th Street to 48th Street Between May Street and Lee Street. Yellow topped stakes Are to be placed at proposed lighting locations to indicate where Street lights Are going to be in stalled. 3 Deputy auditors attend state meet at Turkey run Park three assistants from the Madison county auditor s office Are attending a statewide work shop at Turkey run state Park yesterday and today county auditor Joseph h. Armington reported yesterday. Christina Mccormick Helen Davis and Sandy Huntzinger Are representing Madison county at the meeting which is called by the state Board of accounts and the state tax adjustment Board every three years. Representatives from the state s 90 county auditors of please turn to Page 6, column Good morning Start the Day with a chuckle Cambridge my. A officials of scientific Indus tries inc. Said thursday they had just received the letter Fred Malkus mailed to them last Jan. 25 from his Law of fice. The reason for the delay was explained by the pen filed notation. Dissent to Kuwait. Arabian g u i thai s a round trip of about j2.000 Miles. Malkus office is around the Corner less than 10 Yards from scientific industries. Ers. Manship estimated the plans would be Complete in two or three weeks. The plans Call for refacing the Walls and pier of the Bridge and putting in hand rails Side walks and floor. The county Council has appropriated for the re pairs and when the plans Are finished the commissioners will advertise for bids. Manship also reported that work on two other comity projects were progressing on schedule construction on a Bridge project in fall Creek across lick Creek is now Erway. The Robert Carter firm of Elwood has just finished the piers and expects Concrete i beams for the Bridge to arrive at the first of the month. The Shay ditch reconstruction project is nearly 70 per cent completed Manship stated. The project involves the repair of a series of court ditches which Drain Farmland in Duck Creek twp. Twp. Unde cold air mass pushes across Rockies Plains by United press International a mass of cold air shoved South and East across the Rocky mountains and Northern Plains thursday bring ing freeze warnings from the Canadian Border to Kansas on the first Day of autumn. Sunny hot and humid weather Clung on in the northeastern drought Belt. Residents of the water logged Middle Mississippi Valley got Welcome Relief from torrential Rains that had touched off wide spread flooding. The band of showers and Thunder showers moved eastward and thursday stretched from the Eastern great lakes through the Middle former coach is knifed in classroom a school textbook and reprimand became ele ments of a classroom Knif ing1 yesterday that resulted in the arrest of 18-year old Edward s. Rollins 1620 w. 21st-St. The cutting victim was former Ander son basketball coach ish Mael ick Osborne whom Rollins assaulted in front of 48 other students. According to statements made by witnesses the scuffle was prompted after Rollins was asked to pick up a textbook off the floor. Rollins was quote As saying i Don t have to Anc you re not going to make Rollins said it again witnesses stated when Osborne told the youth to report to the Dean s office. Osborne who is 52, told police detectives Rollins Pullet a switchblade knife on him Anc threatened to kill if he came any closer. Osborne who was teaching a Driver education class at the time then said the youth attacked cutting him on the left ear and . The knifing was the first sue incident Ever to occur at an Derson High school according to a number of school officials det. Major Robert Estes Sai preliminary . Assay and Battery with intent to min Der will be filed against the youth today. The boy contended Osborn first Estes said by Osborne told authorities h did t touch Rollins until the youth pulled the switchblade and then Osborne tried to Dis him. The incident started Over the textbook. Rol Lins had accused a girl o putting his Book on the floor and demanded that she pick i up. She denied touching the Book witnesses said and re fused to retrieve it. The argument caught Osborne s Atten tips who then told Rollins to pick up the Book. Police said Rollins a Junior at Anderson was discharge from the u. S. Army about six months ago. The youth had please turn to Page 6, column 5 billion school projects Bill signed Washington ident Johnson signed a Bil lion appropriations Bill contain ing Money to launch his anti poverty school programs. In a statement he said this act provides funds to pay for the teachers and the Servi Ces to help overcome handicaps that Bright Young minds to shut out the Joy of learning. Today we reach out to 5.5 million children held behind More fortunate school mates by the dragging Anchor of Johnson previously had signed into Law the education la that provides Aid to Prima i by and secondary schools thursday s Bill contained actual funds for the program As Wel As supplemental Money for the departments of labor and of health education and welfare the school Aid funds will be spread among about 95 per Cen of the nation s counties. The government will match state costs in educating each Chile from a family with an annual income of or less. This poor child formula enabled the president to break the traditional congressional deadlock Over Church state separation in the operation of please turn to Page 6, Colum 7 Pendleton Markleville of leaders Joseph left supervisor of engineering records at the guide lamp division will head the county United fund Campaign in the Pendleton area and Ralph Gustin postmaster at Markle Ville will head the Campaign in his comm . Both have been Active in Community and civic affairs in their respective communities. The Madison county United fund Campaign to raise will be launched in ceremonies at South Anderson Field at . Monday featuring entertainment by ten county High school bands. Ohio Valley to the Texas Gulf coast. Most of Oklahoma s flooding Rivers and creeks were Back in their Banks and flood Waters receded on most tributaries of the Mississippi River. The St. Louis weather Bureau said the setup in Rains diminished Tihe threat of major flood damage along tiie Mississippi Missouri and Illinois Rivers. Flood damage was estimated at million in Oklahoma where thousands of persons were driven from their Homes earlier this week. Flood Waters washed Over hundreds of acres of Rich crops near Quincy i. Moderate to heavy flooding continued in Missouri on the North grand River and por ions of the Blackwater Chari ton and Platte Rivers. Wisconsin Fields remained so soggy that banners could not take equipment into silage Corn Fields and haying was at a standstill. Light Snow fell in the Central Rockies and parts of the Dako tas. The Mercury dropped to 24 at Broadus mont., and Moor Croft wyo., Early thursday and Minot n.d., registered a chill 35 Early in the afternoon. Public of leaders chairman of the Public employees division for the seventh annual Madison county United fund Campaign will be mayor Frank h. Left and James priest Center administrative assistant to the mayor for the employees Section of the City of Madison county circuit judge Carl Smith right will head the county employees Section. The seventh for will be kicked off monday at . Of Anderson s South Side Field with All of the 10 Madison county High school bands participating in the program. Guerrillas peril truce new Delhi India a a threat of sustained guerrilla operations within the Indian ruled segment of Kashmir cast a Shadow thursday Over the cease fire that stopped the shooting War be tween India and Pakistan. Both nations though silencing their guns opened a Battle of words. In a nationwide radio speech prime minister Lai Bahadur Shastri told the Indian people the blackout has been lifted jut let not mistake it for the Dawn of he said pakistani leaders lad talked of a possible wider conflagration and he added we cannot close our eyes to in the North red China was reported setting up a Himalayan version of the Berlin Wall near jeep pass. This would be a new phase of the Frontier Mili tary buildup that accompanied the Battle action of India and its moslem neighbor. An Indian defense ministry spokesman said the chinese were building the Wall with Cement and Stone. Jeep pass at an Altitude of feet is one of the contested Mountain routes linking the Indian protectorate of Sikkim with chinese ruled Tibet. The ministry said chinese troop units Are also setting up posts on the shoulders of Nathu pass and at another Point near Dong Hui pass have installed themselves at least 300 Yards within Indian territory. The threat of further trouble within Kashmir was broadcast by the voice of Kashmir radio speaking for a revolutionary Council that promoted a series of attacks against Indian authorities in the disputed Border state last month. It is for us to make the Deci Sion and that decision is to continue the the broadcast said. Indian defense minister . Chavan charged that Pakistan ment the Indian army has been Given strict instructions to Deal with the infiltrators. Pakistan has denied sending in the guerrillas whose operations touched off the War three weeks ago. The shooting stopped on Secu Rity Council orders at . Indian time and Indian author please turn to Page 6, column 1 anti poverty Bill voted Washington up the House thursday approved and sent to the Senate a billion Compromise measure to double the spending on president John son s anti poverty program. House Senate negotiators worked out the Bill wednesday Congress last year authorized billion for Sargent Shriver s office of economic Opportunity but appropriated Only act t becomes promising new civic venture a hopeful new face has joined the Community scene in the form of the Anderson civic theater. The act or act i players As it called itself earlier this year actually came into its own this week with the filing of corpor ate papers. Determined to make its name As a successful dra Matic organization the act Wil move immediately into a year around stage function. Plans Are to schedule at least six plays each season and Long Range goals include a repertory Heater for Amateur experimental drama a childrens theater workshop and a scholarship fund for promising students of he theater radio television and opera. Organized As a not for profi corporation the Anderson civic theatre states its objective of providing local Amateur actors and actresses with a Means o self expression through stage musical comedies Anc similar examples of the performing arts. Any organized Observance of the arts would most certainly include the theatre and the an Derson civic theatre is pleased of announce its formation Dur no the local festival of the this statement was is sued today by Patrick j. Hurey president of the civic theatre group. Hurley also spoke with great enthusiasm about the Many expressions of interest in a civic theatre made by citizens anxious to Partick ate As Well As by business and professional people. The civic theatre will be financed according to Hurley by the Sale of season and individual tickets by the financial support please turn to Page 6, column 8 state will receive million in Aid Washington got in a measure signed by president Johnson Ftp Irskay which provides More Han a billion dollars for Federal Aid to elementary and second Ary schools. The total is about million Ess than the president asked it Congress promised to vote More Money if the need arises., about million. The administration asked for a new authorization of billion but the House gave it billion and the Senate billion. The conference committee split the difference. When action is finished on this authorization Bill Congress then must pass the appropriations. Since july 1, the begin Ning of the new fiscal year the Leo has been operating on last year s spending authority. The Compromise Bill also car Ries a provision to limit the Power of governors to veto pro posed Community action or neighbourhood youth corps projects. Governors now have an absolute veto Over these. Under the terms of the Compromise reached wednesday the office of economic Opportunity could override the objections. The veto dispute arose after several governors blocked establishment of local anti poverty programs. Some congressional critics charged that racial discrimination or partisan politics were the basis for the vetoes and demanded that governors be restrained from interfering with purely local projects. The Bill still allows governors to Block the location of Job corps Camps in their states or Stop the importation of Vista anti poverty Volunteer workers. Vista is the so called Domestic peace corps. S. Madison school enrolment is 3113 the South Madison Community school corporation reports the following enrolment R.I. Creek Heights 227 Markleville elementary 254. Markleville Junior and senior High 295. Pendleton elementary 1001 Pendleton Junior High 310. Pendleton senior High 647 Center 56 Ingalls 306. Special education Markle Ville 12. Special education Pendle 6 total 3113. Plane crash injures 2 White Cloud Mich. A two Rensselaer ind., men were injured thursday in the crash of their Light single engine air plane. Taken to Freemont Mich., for treatment were Pilot Donald Senate must hold conference with House on measure Washington up the Senate thursday night passed a u43 billion appropriations Bill to finance another year of foreign Aid after trimming the measure by ?.50 million. The final vote was 59-21. Before the final approval came the Senate beat Back a series of attempts to Cut the Money even fur ther. It also wrote in bans on Aid to Egypt and in Donesia for a year unless the president finds it in the National interest. The Bill is million below the Senate apr proper nations committees recommendations and s142j million less than voted by goes the House. It now Back to the House. A House Senate conference committee probably will work out the final Compromise figure and end the Aid program s an Nual voyage through Congress. The final vote came after the is still infiltrating guerrillas into Senate adopted 45 to 35 the Indian Kashmir. He told Parl a million Cut by sen. Leverett Saltonstall a mass. But it turned Back three trimming proposals by sen. Wayne l. Morse d-ore., and three by sen. Aljen j. Ellender a la. Sen. John 0. Pastore d-r.i., floor manager for the Bill led successful and sometimes heat Chilly nights Are forecast by the associated press marked the arrival of autumn in Indiana thursday and the . Repeats stand against China in in United nations . Up the United states thursday strongly reinforced its intention to keep communist China out of the United nations until the peking regime refutes its avowed policy of threat and Vio Lence in International affairs. De fight to stave off further . Ambassador Arthur j. Cuts with Little apparent help from the Senate democratic leadership. The Aid Money is part of an Over All billion appropriations Bill which also carries funds for several other International programs including million for the peace corps. The House had voted Bil lion for the same items. Clearing cooler we at her besides the cuts in Goldberg outlining . Policy in is first major speech before the general Assembly attacked the communist chinese Doc Trine that political Power grows out of the barrel of a Goldberg denounced communist China and North Vietnam s silence on . Efforts to open discussions on the Viet Nam. War. He appealed to the 117 million by the Senate commit nation organization to use eve tee and million by the Means to persuade the re weather Bureau said the Bill also is of Hanoi and ii. Tunn t oe2in apr Init a could expect some Chilly nights at least through saturday. The Outlook for saturday foot Ball fans was great Sunshine with temperatures ranging from the Jow 60s in the extreme North to the mid 70s in the extreme South. Early Friday temperatures were expected to go As Low As 45 in the North and a few de Grees lower Early saturday. Friday highs were forecast in the 60s throughout the state. Rains which moved out of the state thursday had been unusually heavy in the last two weeks of summer in marked contrast to a severe drought at the same time last year. Even before this week s Down pours the entire state had registered excess precipitation for the last 10 weeks. The surplus ranged up to 5.7 inches in the Southeastern Corner of the state. Excesses in other sections included Northwest 2.0 inches please turn to Page 6, column 6 lion lower than the House figure in funds for the cuban re Fugee program. The administration said it did not need the full million voted by the House. President Johnson originally asked billion for the Aid in the program s and Congress authorized a ceiling of billion. The House voted billion in actual Money. The curbs on Aid to Egypt and Indonesia were included by voice vote on amendments by sen. Ernest Gruening a alas a. But the Senate rejected by voice vote a Gruening proposal to Cut off All military Aid to India and Pakistan. Neither has received . Aid since fighting started Over Kashmir. But administration forces la Ter narrowly Defeated 43 to 41, an Effort by sen. Wayne l. Morse d-ore., to Cut Mil lion from military Aid for latin America. They then turned Down 54 to 32, a second Morse serious discussion for a Resolution of the Viet Nam War. In a 67 minute speech Gold Berg praised the in. Action in bringing about a cease fire in the indo Pakistan War Over Kashmir. He called the conflict the gravest in the history of the United nations. He said it was a significant development that the voice of the United nations has been heeded and Goldberg said it was now the task of India and Pakistan to exercise restraint and to make Earnest efforts to establish conditions of permanent peace in the the former supreme court Justice played a major role in the cease fire agreement in his capacity As this month s pres ident of the Security Council. While the . Force in Kash Mir is strictly a military Obser ver group Goldberg urged the development of a flexible unit amendment to Cut in half a nations Call up system to Sec May give Dobich report by december Anderson 48, and his passing december or Arnold Kanne 61. An Sec Indianapolis up a. S. District attorney Richard p. Stein said thursday that any re ports which securities and Exchange commission experts May make on the Dobich secur ties corp. Cannot come before a grand jury any earlier than trouble spots. Turning his attention to the arms race Goldberg admitted that the goal of general and j Complete disarmament remains i elusive but said the first prior pity must be Given to halting i the spread of nuclear weapons. Been in frequent attendance Goldberg said the . Is is during hearings on the firm which went into bankruptcy july 10 following the helicopter death of its owner and presi Dent Michael Dobich 37. The Sec has a temporary of i Pleast turn to i column 9 state gop to see eve and charlie7 act Indianapolis a the staff personnel assigned to Indiana and was not a Public c 4 a me office. He said that the Sec experts work in the securities area in the same Way the Federal bul 14 at the s75-a dinner Here. Former House minority Leader Charles a. Halleck r-ind., Niu Reau of investigation works or in both crime matters and present speak at the banquet in the ports to District attorneys for i Honor no consideration of grand juries president Eisenhower on his Dewey s flagship sails again it s Only o Short cruise but the historic Olympia Admiral Dewey s flagship in the Spanish american War sails with Power furnished by tugs up the Delaware River at Philadelphia thursday. The trip was to a new berth about a mile from the famed Cruiser s previous berth. The ship made famous in the Battle of Manila Bay now is a historic Center was moved of Clear the Way for a Multi million Dollar Penn s Landing Benjamin Franklin Bridge from Camden of Philadelphia h in Adwir photo anything at Sec Stein we Don t have present from the said. For this reason he said that he Felt the soonest any Sec matter could be brought before the Southern Indiana District grand jury would be in Decem Ber. The report itself is not the basis for indictments but is used by the grand jury to help determine what witnesses to summon he said. The Dobich hearing thursday please turn to Page 6. Column s former Anderson resident Dies of wreck injuries mrs. Marilyn Kaperak 36, Rosedale ind., former Ander son resident was killed in a train Accident wednesday near Rosedale. Mrs. Kaperak was born june 28, 1929, in Kalamazoo. Mich., to John and Clara l. Harrison 75th birthday. Partly Cloudy and cooler. Fair and Cool tonight. Warmer saturday. Today mid 60s Low today in 5fls Hijji yesterday 73 Low 55 Sunrise tomorrow . Sunset tonight . New arrivals in Anderson and Vicinity born at St. John s Hospital to or. And mrs. Richard Mon Roe. Bloomington a boy. Lane and moved to Anderson i Ami mrs Kenneth Brown when she was a child. She it a boy tended Anderson schools and Horn at Community Hospital moved o Turre haute m t0 v the family moved to Rosedale Narf mrs. Douglas Lum year. Orton w. 25th St a girl surviving Are her husband., or and mrs. Michael Park Ted four Cathy Joer 2409 Fowler St., a girl. Kaperak at Home Sandy the turn to column i or. And mrs. Bobbie Cham Bers it. 2, a girl

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