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Anderson Sunday Herald (Newspaper) - November 9, 1975, Anderson, Indiana Moroccans ready third invasion into Sahara area Agadir. Morocco a unarmed moroccan marchers were reported massed saturday to enter the Spanish Sahara at a third Point As King Hassan ii and a Spanish Cabinet minister reopened talks on a possible Compromise Over the disputed territory the moroccan newspaper l Pimon quoted a Field correspondent As saying a Large group was preparing to open the new front just 30 Miles West of the algerian Border joining the 120.wk marchers facing a Spanish minefield and legionnaires near the Atlantic coast and an unconfirmed number at another front roughly Midway Between the coast and the algerian Frontier. Antonio Carro Martinez Spain s minister of the Premier s office flew unexpectedly into Agadir. Morocco s temporary capital after a discussion of the crisis by the Spanish Cabinet on Friday. King Hassan received Carro in his Agadir Palace. Among others attending the session were moroccan Premier Ahmed Osman an foreign minister Ahmed Lara i. Before the meeting Between Hassan and Carro began. Moroccan information minister Ahmed Taibi Benham told newsmen a you can expect a decisive turn of events in the next 24 hours. He did not elaborate but the statement was widely regarded As confirmation of reports that a com Promise was in the making. Those at the first opening began crossing the Border thursday South of Taraya but stopped when they came to what Spain Calls its a dissuasion line Quot of mines barbed w ire and legionnaires about six Miles across the Frontier. Military officials said the second opening was made by trucking How other volunteers to an area about 120 Miles East an apparent attempt to get around the landmines. But newsmen in the area saw Only an estimated 5.000 marchers at one Point and 60 to 80 transport trucks at another Point the third opening if confirmed. Would further increase the risk of a direct confrontation with Algeria. Which has denounced the March As an a invasion with aggressive intent Quot and an attempt to deprive the 80.wm Sahara inhabitants of their right to self determination Morocco insists that the Spanish Sahara containing one of the largest known phosphate deposits was under traditional moroccan sovereignty when it was occupied by Spain in 18h4 and now claims the Northern part of the territory Mauritania claims the Southern and Eastern portions on its Borders but has made no Effort to take them Spain which is planning to give up the territory if it can protect its investments in the phosphate Industry has been holding out for a referendum possibly under United nations auspices. Algeria which supports the Polinario liberation front within the Sahara has strongly demanded a referendum and has soviet equipped troops on its 18 mile Border with the territory however in Secretary general Kurt Waldheim reported saturday in new York that Morocco has rejected proposals for a temporary United nations administration pending a referendum Waldheim said his written report to the Security Council was based upon conversations held with leaders of Algeria. Spain. Morocco and Mauritania during the past week by i n envoy Andre Lew in and by Waldheim is earlier contacts Iii the area and with their u n. sunday Herald vol. 114. No. 119 Anderson. Indiana sunday november 9, 1975 Price 40 cents Good morning the inside Story few Neutral to mime new York City is a dirty expensive unfriendly plate. To others ifs the cultural capital of the nation a diversity of sights sounds and e x p e r i e n c e s unmatched anywhere else for a look at How americans View the financially faltering City turn to Page 2. Sam relaxing retirement seems to agree with Sam Irvin. The former senator s jowls Are Rudd and his eyebrows no longer jump about his forehead As they did during the difficult Days of the Senate watergate committee hearings. Page 7 has the Story. Making peace sometime in Early Spring the Fla Fields and Mccoy will a t together and erect a great Granite Monument symbolizing an official end to their infamous Halo Odd feud. See Page 12. Business tips that dream id owning and running your own business could become a reality. Local merchants and the Anderson Harn her of Commerce give suggestions on making a Small business successful on Page 13. Cent on Civ ing. Teen mothers despite w widespread Access to contraceptives and abortion the illegitimacy rate for adolescents has not declined and experts Sav a growing number of teen mothers Are keeping their babies. Turn to Page 18. Gridiron upset Kansas upsets it powerful Oklahoma 23 3. In the biggest College football reversal of the Day. Details on Page 25. Cloudy today increasing cloudiness today and a 70 per cent Chance of showers tonight. Highs today in the Low 70s and lows tonight in the mid 50s. Mostly Cloudy and cooler monday with highs in the mid 60s. Anderson s High saturday 71 Low. 59. Where to look opinion Page i area obituaries. 6 new arrivals. 6 accent on living 13-21 sports .23-27 entertainment. 30-31 c comics. 32-33 consumer news. 35 funerals. 37 classified ads 37-43 real estate. 44 8-16 of bottle ctn coca Ooi a or Taba Dep 89c co Quito bananas la 19c Holsum 20oi loaf bread. 3/89c pay less supermarkets open 24 hours daily pm breakup move 77 years later a John Couch of Anderson one of Indiana s oldest living War veterans who marched in his first military parades in 1898 during the Spanish american War led the veterans Day Parade in Anderson saturday a crowd of several thousand turned out for the line of March that included hundreds of War veterans members of Many patriotic organizations along with High school bands and marching units Mika Covington i College for $1? by Brian Knowlton Herald staff writer Paul Tunnel principal of Greenbriar elementary school looks a Little bit like Monty Hall of television s a a let a make a deals so when Tunnel told the fifth graders at Greenbriar he was going to Send them to College for $1 each they probably wondered what the catch was. But there is no catch. After More than two months of planning and preparation the 56 fifth Grade students from Greenbriar Are ready to spend next week nov 17 21 at Anderson College All for one Dollar Bill. During the week which appropriately enough is also american education week he fifth Grade class will move into the student commons area on the lower level of modernistic Decker Hall the idea behind the unusual scheme is that both the elementary students and the College students should profit from the close week Long Contact. Tunnell sees the College As a big resource previously untapped by the elementary schools. During their stay the Greenbriar students will have the run of the Campus the Library the computer Center the museum athletic facilities. They will go swimming in the Natation us and have sessions with a Art teachers us Well As meeting a guest artist from notre Dame University. At the same tune College students especially those majoring in education. Will be Able to observe close up the Workings of an elementary school class. With team teachers Paulette Miller and Jim Jones both at work the class will be put through its regular paces Between extra curricular activities around Campus. In order to make the students feel More at Home their Greenbriar classroom will be practically recreated in Decker Hall a movers will bring almost All the fifth graders furniture from the school and supplement it with portable Chalk boards and anything else necessary. The children will assemble each Day at Greenbriar at the usual time and be bused from there to the a Campus. The $1 Cost of the weeks activities is just what is needed to cover the Cost of that transportation everything else needed by the students is being donated either by the College or by several local merchants a couple of special treats have been arranged for the week. On thursday. Nov. 20. Tunnell Hopes to Spring a Surprise on the kids which he has not yet finalized plans for on Friday the students will split up and each be attached to a College student a professor a Dean or even College president Robert Reardon for half the Day. The children will be Able to see How the College personnel works thinks and spends their time Tunnell said Many persons at the College Are eagerly awaiting then Chance to have a fifth Grade sidekick for a half Day the purpose of the program is not however to indoctrinate each student into wanting to go to College. Tunnell does t even feel every person should go to College. Quot the Point is Quot he explained a there Are Many resources Iii this area we should be aware of. It May be Only three Miles from Here Greenbriar Over to there abut it s like a whole new world to these As far As Tunnell knows this is the first time a project of this sort has Ever been undertaken he thinks ii will help put the spotlight on some of the constructive directions modern education is taking. A we read of Boston we read of Louisville we hear of All the bad things happening in education it s time we read of the Good things going on in education today a a he said emphatically by Etc reported Washington a the Federal government is considering efforts to break up the giant general motors corp., the world s largest automaker according to a government source the Federal Trade commission was Martin trial readied jury selection in the first degree murder trial of Charles r Martin. 34. Alexandria is scheduled to get under Way monday in judge Paul Johnson s Boone Superior court Martin is charged by grand jury indictment with four counts first degree murder kidnapping rape and robbery in connection with the Kidnap murder of 19 year old Kathy Wylie of Gaston on july 22. 1974 the trial was venue from Madison county oct. 8 following two full Days of questioning prospective jurors judge Johnson sustained a defense motion for change of venue which claimed Martin could not receive a fair trial in Madison county due to a a constant and unremitting barrage of inflammatory news items Quot related to the Case in local news Media Madison county prosecutor William f. Lawler or. And Martin s court appointed attorney. A s Woolbert. Later agreed to move the trial to judge Johnson s court in Lebanon the Wylie girl was abducted during a robbery of her grandmother s Summitville grocery store and her beaten body was recovered two Days later from the White River near Cicero a second Man charged in the girls death Lester French 35. Of Lebanon. Was convicted last april 30 by a Henry circuit court jury. He was found guilty of All charges brought against him in the matter and was scheduled to die by electrocution last sept 3. A stay of execution was subsequently granted by judge Wesley Ratliff or. The state is also seeking the death penalty with the first degree murder charge brought against Martin Martin was the state s chief witness in the French trial. He originally entered an insanity plea to the charges but four psychiatrists determined he is sane and capable of understanding the charges brought against him reported to have recommended antitrust action against the giant automaker whose sales last year totalled nearly $32 billion Etc chairman a wis a Engman declined comment on the report saying Only that a we have a number of investigations going on some Are tile responsibility of the commission and some of the Justice Bruce Wilson Deputy assistant attorney general said of the report any Industry which is structured like the Auto Industry is the subject of constant observation the Justice department reportedly was close to filing an antitrust suit against pm in 1968 but was overridden by the White House Abc news said saturday. More than half the in the i United states the Etc staff dominance is cars built and sold ire made by pm says that kind of tantamount to said Abc. Which reported it had Learned that la it the the economics and the Competition bureaus of the Etc have recommended antitrust action against pm that report was confirmed by a source in i i Federal government who did not wish to to identified Justice has been working on this Tor a Long said Frank Faraone. A pm spokesman in Washington i would t know where the it fits a spokesman for the Justice department said the Etc refers its recommendations to the department. Which has la Days to decide whether to file Sui at the end of that period the matter is returned to the Etc which can file suit on its own pm has been in antitrust trouble before. In 1965. Pm signed a consent decree with the Justice department agreeing to make its bus engine Axle and transmission designs and components available to any other competitor at the time. Pm was the Only m a j o r bus manufacturer american motors took advantage of the consent order and began producing buses last year. A suit against pm would be the biggest suit Ever handled by the Etc Abc said. And the most spectacular antitrust action since the government broke up Standard Oil in 1911 pm spokesmen in Detroit would not comment on the matter the firm s third Quarter profits were up nearly 14 times from last year s anaemic Levels to $243 million pm reported record sales of $8 3 billion Dur my its third Quarter a 20 per cent improvement Over the july septem tier 1974 period. Its earnings of 84 cents a share compared with profits of $16 7 million. Or Tive cents a share in the year ago period and approached the record third Quarter earnings of $267 million set in 1973 the profits substantially higher than analysts had expected were pm s fourth highest for the Quarter since world War la veterans honoured by annual Parade congressman Elwood Millis along with american legion commanders at the state and District Levels was on hand saturday morning to review the veterans Day Parade Here several thousand persons lined the Parade route from third to 13th Street on Jackson and Back North again on main Street. Local military recruiters served As judges of Parade entries. Ranked As a Best Over All Quot unit Iii the Parade was the color guard of Frankton Post 469 of the american legion Topping the Competition in senior americanism was the color guard of George Hockett Post. Anderson. Ranked highest in Junior americanism Wert the Anderson Junior High Thunder ettes in the motorized units first place went to the knights of pythias at Frankton and second place to the Murat min cycles of Indianapolis among the Parade floats. Chiel Anderson red men no 2 captured first place remembering men in v Vietnam placed second and Alexandria Post no. 87 of the american legion ranked third v. J Riley was selected As Best horse and rider Robert Fowler Vas named Best equestrian in senior marching category Hockett rockette of Post 127 Anderson took first place Lapel Post 212 color guard second place Frankton Post tt>9 auxiliary color guard third place Dunkirk Post 227 color guard fourth place Chesterfield Post 408 color guard fifth place. In Junior marching category the Elwood Rebe Lettes captured top honors Frankfort e Ife and drum corps second Lassi Ette stutters. Third Frankton Post 469 Junior color guard fourth and fifth place went to the maybe Rev misses of Frankton rail plan goes into operation Washington a a massive restructuring of Railroad freight lines in the Northeast and Midwest into a Feder ally financed corporation takes effect sunday. Congress saturday to consolidated and color guard a the Anderson fire department color guard shown above was one of More than a score of color guards representing various patriotic veterans organization and school units in saturday s veterans Day Parade through downtown Anderson More than too marching units from throughout the fifth District marched by the reviewing stand in the hour Long Parade pm a Covington had until Midnight reject the controversial rail corp. Known As Conrail in which seven bankrupt rail roads including the huge Penn Central system Are absorbed although a Resolution of disapproval was filed against the reorganization last week by rep. James Hastings. Rny it was not acted on before con Gress adjourned for the weekend the system devised by the u s railway association Usra. Was supported by the e Ord administration c

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