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Anderson Herald (Newspaper) - September 24, 1965, Anderson, Indiana The Anderson Herald i r a vol. 98, no. 86 # Anderson Indiana Friday morning september 24, 1965_ Price to cents$3,143 billion Aid budget former coach is knifed in classroom a school textbook and a reprimand became elements of a classroom knifing yesterday that resulted in the arrest of 18-year old Edward s. Rollins 1620 w. 21st St. The cutting victim was former Anderson basketball coach ish Mael a a Lek 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 quoted As saying a i done to have to and Vout re not going to make me a Rollins said it again witnesses stated when Osborne told the youth to report to the Deans office. Osborne who is 52, told police detectives Rollins pulled a switchblade knife on him and 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 Arm. The knifing was the first such incident Ever to occur at Anderson High school according to a number of school officials. Det. Major Robert Estes said preliminary charges of assault and Battery with intent to murder will be filed against the youth today. The boy contended Osborne struck him first Estes said but Osborne told authorities he did no to touch Rollins until the youth pulled the switchblade and then Osborne tried to disarm him. The incident reportedly started Over the textbook. Rol Bridge project in fad creels i Lins had accused a girl of. Twp. Across lick Creek is now i putting his Book on the floor air d nor mrs underway. The Robert Carter and demanded that she pick it Albs is a Lunney firm of Elwood has just finished up. She denied touching the Book witnesses said and re fused to retrieve it. The argue user Delegate applauds Goldberg Nikolai t. Fedorenko user permanent representative to the United nations applauds the policy speech Mode before the in general 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 the soviet Union and the . Would agree to destroy some nuclear weapons. A wire photo Bridge repairs scheduled soon plans for repairing the Monroe St. Bridge in Alexandria Are nearing completion and the bids for the estimated $25,000 repair project will be taken by the commissioners at that time county Surveyor John Manship said yesterday. 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 bringing 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 thundershowers moved eastward and thursday stretched from the Eastern great lakes through the Middle Ohio Valley to the Texas Gulf coast. Most of Oklahoma a flooding Rivers and creeks were Back in their Banks and flood Waters receded on most tributaries of the Mississippi River. Tile St. Louis weather Bureau said the setup in Rains diminished the threat of major flood damage along the Mississippi Missouri and Illinois Rivers. Flood damage was estimated at $1.5 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 111. Moderate to heavy flooding continued in Missouri on the North grand River and portions of the Blackwater Chariton and Platte Rivers. Wisconsin Fields remained so soggy that Farmers could not take equipment into silage com Fields Ami haying was at a standstill. Light Snow fell in the Central Rockies and parts of the Dakotas. The Mercury dropped to 24 at Broadus mont., and Moorcroft wyo., Early thursday and Minot n.d., registered a Dull 35 Early in the afternoon ers. Manship estimated t h e plans would be Complete in two or three weeks. The plans Call for refacing the Walls and pier of the Bridge and putting in new hand rails Side walks and floor. The county Council has a the surveyors office has Propri ated $25,000 for the re been studying the proposed re pah a and when the plans Are pairs for some time with mar finished the commissioners will tin milling consulting engine j advertise for bids. Manship also reported that work on two other county projects were progressing o n schedule construction on a $40,000 Street lighting for annexed Public employees of leaders a chairman of the Public employees division for the seventh annual Madison county United fund Campaign will be mayor Frank h. Allis left and James priest Center administrative assistant to the mayor for the employees Section of the City of Anderson. Madison county circuit judge Carl Smith right will head the county employees Section. The seventh Appeal for $501,000 will be kicked off monday at 7.30 . At Anderson s South Side Field with All of the to Madison county High school bands participating in the program. Guerrillas peril truce Senate must hold conference with House on measure Washington up a the Senate thursday night passed $3,143 billion appropriations Bill to finance another year of foreign Aid after trimming the measure by $50 million. The final vote was 59-21. Refore the final approval came the Senate beat Back a series of attempts to Cut the Money even further. It also wrote in bans on Aid to Egypt and Indonesia for a year unless the president finds it in the National interest. New Delhi India a a threat of sustained guerrilla operations within the Indian the Bill is $50 million below the Senate appropriations committees recommendations and $142 million less than voted by the House. It now goes Back to the House. A House Senate conference committee probably will work out the final Compromise figure and end the Aid program s an . Repeats stand against China in in United nations nun voyage through Congress. N y. Up a the United the final vote came after the states thursday strongly an Indian defense ministry is still infiltrating guerrillas into Senate adopted 45 to 35 the $50 ,i to. Intent a in. Spokesman said the chinese Indian Kashmir. He told Par Fla million Cut by sen. Leverett1,. Were building the Wall with ment the Indian army has been Saltonstall it mass. But it i / i v. A a ruled segment of Kashmir cast Cement and Stone. Jeep pass Given strict instructions to Deal turned Back three trimming he i Mien nations in a Shadow thursday Over the at an Altitude of 12,000 feet is with the infiltrators. Pakistan proposals by sen. Wayne i. Til the i eking regime cease fire that Lone of the contested Mountain has denied sending in the Ger Morse. D-ore., and three by flies its avowed policy of Rillas whose operations touched Allen blender a la. A chaos threat and Vio off the War three weeks ago. L k in a Ion j a i Fence Iii International of the shooting stopped on Secu Success and sometimes heat fair troop ext its Euin Gap Quot to Quot 3 30 a St flight to Steve tit fur i s ambassador Arthur j. A onto Esbo Ulder so fan the u and a Quot Quot me am and an Auhl a Cut with Little apparent help Goldberg,.outlining . Pie turn to Pace a. Column i stopped the shooting War Between 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 a the blackout has been lifted but let us. Not mistake it for the Dawn of he said pakistani leaders had talked of a possible a wider conflagration and he added a we cannot close our eyes to routes linking the Indian protectorate of Sikkim with chinese ruled Tibet. The ministry said chinese posts 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 Chilly nights Are forecast policy democratic a is Best major speech before blvd. I from the Senate leadership. The general Assembly attacked the Aid Money is part of an the communist chinese Doc Over All $3,857 billion approx Ria one a t political Power tons Bill which also carries be barrel of a funds for several other internal rational programs including $102 Goldberg denounced comm million for the peace corps. Nisi China and North Vietnam a speaking for a revolutionary a. Silence on . Efforts to open St and try a by 1v associated press lion or the sumo horns discussions on Tho viol Nom of attacks against Indian a cd Ann Coo or weather Berith Tho same items. A a ,. In Aid a Var appealed to the 117 in the North red China was Tho rites in the disputed Borders Hal Quot of Ait Quot a St 01 Quot a Quot organization a it in for no in malt Tho win in Hana thursday and the tee and $50 million by the sen 1 v cleans to persuade the to it is for us to make the Den weather Bureau said the state ate the Bill also is $2,265 Mil a Mes of Hanoi and i. Ai _ Ai _ to e it Spain it us Rinne hip Iulian a reported setting up a Himalayan version of the Berlin Wall near jeep pass. This would be a new phase of the Frontier military buildup that accompanied the Battle action of India and its moslem neighbor. Aion and that decision is to continue the fight a the broadcast said. Indian defense minister Chavan charged that Pakistan anti poverty Bill voted 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 a a Miv i annexed area Towander completed. Manship stated. The project involves the repair of a series of a a court ditches which ment caught Osborne a attention who then told Rollins to pick up the Book police said Rollins a Junior at Anderson was discharged from the u. S. Army about six months ago. The youth had Flea turn to Pace i. Column 5 the Anderson municipal Light and Power department announces the schedule for totalling Street lights in the recently sonic a total of Twenty two Mercury vapor lights Are to be installed Drain Farmland in Duck Creek to the following locations one twp. 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 Between main Street and Pearl Street. A third area will be from West 38th Street to 48th Street Between May Street Andi Washington up pres by and secondary schools Lee Street. Rident Johnson signed a $1.2 Bil thursdays Bill contained actual $1.2 billion school projects Bill signed Washington up the House thursday approved Ami sent to the Senate a $1.8 billion Compromise measure to double the spending on president Johnson a anti poverty program. House Senate negotiators worked out the Bill wednesday. Congress last year authorized $1 billion for Sargent Shriver office of economic Opportunity Leo but appropriated Only so called Domestic about $750 million. The administration asked for a new authorization of $1.5 billion but the House gave it $1.9 billion and the Senate $1.7 billion. The conference committee split the difference. When action is finished on s. Madison school this authorization Bill Congress then must pass the approx Ria enrolment k 31 i tons. Since july i the begin c 1 us Mem of to to Block the location of Job corps Camps in their states or Stop the importation of Vista anti poverty Volunteer workers. Vista is the peace corps. Yellow topped stakes Are to lion appropriations Bill contain be placed at proposed lighting tog Money to launch his ant locations to indicate where poverty school programs. In a statement he said a this act provides funds to pay for the teachers and the services to help overcome handicaps Johnson previously had de into Law the education Street lights Are going to be installed a a a 3 Deputy auditors attend state meet at Turkey run Park three assistants from the Madison county auditors office a a Tekev r upstate Park s1?into Law the educator a Sarday and today. County a a that provides a a to Prima 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 states 90 county auditors of pleas turn top go column s a a funds for the program As Well 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 cent of the nations counties. The that caui2 Bright Young minds government will match state to shut out the Joy of learning costs to educating each child a today we reach out to 5.5 from a family with an annual million children held behind income of $2,000 or less their More fortunate school this a poor child formula in mates by the dragging Anchor tabled the president to break of the traditional congressional deadlock Over Church state separation to the operation of Pleak turn to Page s. Colum 7 Good morning Start the Day with a chuckle Cambridge. My. Apr officials of scientific industries inc. Said thursday they had just received the latter Fred Manikus mailed to them last Jan. 23 from his Law office. The reason for the delay Mas explained by the pencilled notation a a dissent to Kuwait. Arabian oui that a a round trip of about 12.000 Miles. Manikus office is around the Corner less than to Yards from scientific industries. Pendleton Markleville of leaders Joseph Brindle 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 Markleville will head the Campaign in his Community. Both have been Active in Community and civic affairs in their respective communities. The Madison county United fund Campaign to raise $501,000 will be launched in ceremonies at South Anderson Field at 7.30 . Monday featuring entertainment by ten county High school bands. Act i 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 Toto its own this week with the filing of corporate papers. Determined to make its name As a successful dramatic organization the act will 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 theater for Amateur experimental drama a childrens theater workshop and a scholarship fund for promising students of the theater radio television and opera. Organized As a not for profit corporation the Anderson civic theatre states its objective of providing local Amateur actors and actresses with a Means of self expression through stage plays musical comedies and similar examples of the performing arts. A any organized Observance of the arts would most certainly include the theatre and the an Derson civic theatre is pleased to announce its formation during the local festival of the arts. This statement was issued today by Patrick j. Hurley 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 participate 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 column s state will receive $22.9 million in Aid Washington apr Indiana got $22,954,156 in a measure signed by president Johnson thursday which provides More than a billion dollars for Federal Aid to elementary and second air schools. The total is about $100 million less than the president asked but Congress promised to vote More Money it toe need arises. Tong of the new fiscal year the Leo has been operating on last years spending authority. The Compromise Bill also carries a provision to limit the Power of governors to veto proposed 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 the South Madison Community school corporation reports the following enrolment tall 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 Markleville 12. Special education Pendleton 6 total 3113. Could expect some Chilly nights Bon lower than the House Al begin serious discussion for a at least through saturday. Kure in funds for the cuban re Resolution of the Viet Nam the Outlook for saturday foot Fugee program. The adm Nistra War Ball fans was great a Sunshine Bon said it did not need the full in a 67 minute speech Gold with temperatures ranging 57,8 million voted by the Berg praised the in. Action in from the Low 60s in the extreme House bringing about a cease fire in North to the mid 70s in the sex president Johnson originally indo Pakistan War Over Treme South. Asked $3 37 billion for tile Aid Kashmir. He called the conflict Early Friday temperatures in the programs history and a he history a of were expected to go As Low As Congress authorized a ceiling of my a filed nations. 45 in the North and a few de 5338 billion. The House voted he mid it was a significant Grees lower Early saturday 53 285 billion in actual Money development a that the voice of Friday High were curbs on a a to Egypt the 60s throughout the state and Indonesia were included by Rie?�f9. An 1 respected. Rains which moved out of the a ice a the amen me Quot to i by state thursday had been Runin a usually heavy in the last two a but the Senate. Re a a ted by weeks of summer in marked Tut to fall ref rotary a Mcmo editions of permanent peace in toe lame to dr0ught at India and Pakistan neither has the Suto continent a i Yth received . Aid since fighting. The former supreme court even before this week s Down started Over Kashmir Justice played a major role in ensure state had re a but administration forces la the cease fire agreement in his estered excess precipitation for ter narrowly Defeated. 43 to 41. Capacity As this months pres the last to weeks. The surplus an Effort by sen Wayne i. Dent a the Security Council ranged up to 5.7 inches in the Morse. Dore. To Cut $25 Mil while the . Force in Kash Southeastern Corner of the lion from military Aid for latin a strictly a military Obser state. America. They then turned Var group Goldberg urged Tho a a a Rio ment of a flexible unit Goldberg said it was now Tho task of India and Pakistan a to exercise restraint and to make Earnest efforts to establish con re urge excesses in other sections in Down 54 to 32, a second Morse development of a flexible eluded Northwest 2.0 inches amendment to Cut in half a nations Call up system to i a >.,sgt pro r ass trouble spots. Turning his attention to the arms race Goldberg admitted that the goal of general and Complete disarmament remains elusive but said the a first priority must be Given to halting Indianapolis up a a. S been in frequent attendance Goldberg said the . Is is i no Man in id a ? heart los in firm turn to Page a. Column a a two Rensselaer ind., men Stein said thursday that any re which went into bankruptcy a were injured thursday to the ports which securities and sex july to following the helicopter a nth pad to Caa crash of their Light single in change commission experts death of its owner and presi Vur to Dee Gine air plane May make on the Dobich secur Dent Michael Dobich 37. I a taken to Freemont mich., for ties corp. Cannot come before the Sec has a temporary of cd ail v.nqni6 act treatment were Pilot Donald a grand jury any earlier than flee in a downtown Indianapolis Evnia Vapner in i Al in i Anderson 48. And his passing Decrater. Building but Stem said it was1 7iwkans will a a Quot a Rel or Arnold Kanne 61. An Sec representative has merely Jor the convenience of the a Rev and Charlie at the $75-a Sec May give Dobich report by december show oct. 14 dinner Here. Former House minority Leader Charles a. Halleck Rind and Senate minority Leader Everett m. Dirksen r-ill., both Cloudy Dewey s flagship sails again a it s Only a Short cruise but the historic Olympia Admiral Dewey s flagship in the spams 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 a moved to Clear the Way for a Multi million Dollar Penn s Landing project. The Benjamin Franklin Bridge from Camden to Philadelphia is in the background. A wire photo the staff personnel assigned to Indiana and was not a Public office. He said that the Sec experts work in the securities area to the same Way the Federal Bureau of investigation works Iii u u crime matters and present re Quot us a a a a ban9u�t a a the ports to District attorneys or 2ayp?0,.hsel he Norlyk Fornix a consideration of grand juries. President Eisenhower on hts we Don t have any Ting at a a Bart May present from the Sec Stein said. For this reason he said that he Felt the soonest any Sec i matter could be brought before the Southern Indiana District grand jury would be in december. 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 plea turn Lopac a. Column a _ former Anderson resident Dies of wreck injuries mrs. Marilyn Kaperak. 36, Rosedale. Ind., former Anderson 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 Lane and moved to Anderson when she was a child. She attended Anderson schools and moved to Terre haute in 1958. Tho family moved to Rosedale last year. Surviving Are her husband. Or. And mrs. Michael Park ted four daughters Cathy Joer. 2409 Fowler St., a girl Kaperak at Home Sandy tej or. And mrs Booble Chara. Pie turn to rag a. Column a i hers it 2, a Girt partly Cloudy and cooler. Fair and Cool tonight. Warmer saturday. High today mid son of today in 5ft� High yesterday 73 Low 55 Sunrise tomorrow 6 25 a m. Sunset tonight 6 45 . New arrivals in Anderson and Vicinity born at St. John s Hospital Tot or. And mrs. Richard Monroe. Bloomington a boy. Or and mrs. Kenneth Browning. It 2. A boy. Born at Community Hospital to or and mrs. Douglas Lum 2608 w. 25th St. A girl

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