Daily Herald Suburban Chicago

June 11, 1969

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Issue date: Wednesday, June 11, 1969

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Pages 61 - 64 of the Daily Herald Suburban Chicago June 11, 1969.

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Daily Herald Suburban Chicago (Newspaper) - June 11, 1969, Chicago, Illinois Warn The Arlington Heights sunny anil chance of showers by high in tower MM. THURSDAY Showers or thundersbow- ers likely. The in Want Ads PADDOCK PUBLICATIONS V Arlington Illinois June 1909 4 40 Pages Home Delivery 25c a week lOc a Copy TODAY noM UMTIO mm immwmowu. Kanned WASHINGTON A panel of judges is- sued a code of ethics which bans all feder- al judges except Supreme Court Justices from accepting outside fees without ap- provat and requires an annual financial accounting The Judicial Conference of 25 the District and Appeals Court level announced the code following a closed ses- sion called by Chief Justice Earl Warren. Freed In Riot Murder MASON. Mich. A all- white Jury yesterday freed a white police- man of first degree murder charges in the slaying of a young Negro at the Motel during the Detroit riot. The Jury of II women and one man re- turned Its verdict after deliberating than three hours on the fate of Ronald W. 30. in the shotgun staying of Aulw- rey Pollard. 19. one of three young Neuro- es found slain in the motel during the riot. Strike Cong Armed American helicopters stripped of nil I' S markings are making daily excursions into Cormodia to hit North Vietnamese portions in that country with rocket and machmegun informed S yesterday The raids are so secret the crewmen carry no the said North Vietnamese truck convoys using the Jungle border road known as the Ho Chi Minn form the primary tar- gets. they said Play Weapon WASHINOtoN-The supervisor over all Navy purchasing said Tuesday all of the military services in- tentionally underestimate the costs of new weapons so Congress will approve them. he told a congressional committee the military with cost esti- mates to conceal their real expense from so Cong won t the projects Cancel Space Station WASHlNGTON-The Defense Depart- ment yesterday announced it has canceled plans to orbit a military- space a program on which the Pentagon has al- ready spent j billion. Another mil- lion wilt be spent to clone the program out. officials said. The cancellation brought to billion the total spent smre 1931 on military proj- ects abandoned before completion Ask Wakey Report9 SPKIN'CFIEUl-The Senate Executive Committee h.ii decided to ask US. fk-n John Mitchell for release of the so- culled which allegedly reveals the extent which the syndicate has infiltrated in particu- lar U the Chicago area A letter probably be sent sometime this week in the name of the Sen Robert D-Chicago. said yes- terday. Join In Condemnation MOSCOW -More Communist leaders ywtwday joinM thr Sovift-led con- demnation of China But the Kremlin ran into opposition at the world communist c o n K r e s when a second delegation spurnwt the draft of the docu- Nrintpgian Communal Party and the AiUrnlutfis in rejecting the docu- ment It stands All other ap- proximately ZH. have approved the Soviet line in one torn w another. Girl Admits Arson W Va-A teenage girl admitted Tuesday that and a younger brother net the fire that killed their parents and in ol their brothers and police snut Both were charged with murder Police reported that Susan and her brother. 13. lotd them they poured ga.trtini- on the floor of their home while the family slept and then Ml it Susan she was angry at her latter because he waotttf her to atop dating a Culture Bill Passes by JOAN KUTSSMANN The Illinois by unanimous yesterday approved a bill that pushes Ar- lington Heights' dream of a cultural center a giant step towards reality perhaps within three years. The Senate approved a introduced by State Rep. Eugene It-Arlington which permits mu- nicipalities to establish and finance cultur- al centers The bill was approved by the House last it now awaits only the signature of Gov. Richard Ogilvie. VILLAGE PRES. John Walsh said he Mould recommend Monday that the village board authorize the drafting of an ordi- nance creating an Arlington Heights Cul- tural Head of the new com- mission will be George asked to serve last fall by former Village President John G. Woods. Walsh said that initial appointments of other commission members will lean to- ward residents conversant with financing and fund raising problems. other individuals can also be appointed who will concern themselves with possible uses of the Looking to a four-to-six month study phase. Beacham said the when will examine all means of financing possible under the legisla- A strong attempt will be made to es- tablish the center without calling upon ad- ditional tax he said. BILL PROVIDES that a commu- nity may acquire property by kiiso. as a or through condemnation. Revenue bonds may also be which ccin be paid back solely by revenue de- rived from the center. If general obliga- tion bonds are used to finance the center and taxes voters must approve the step in a referendum. Beacham said he would ask the commis- sion to study similar facilities throughout the country and draw ideas which are suit- able to an Arlington Heights center. He added that everything can be completed in three Co-sponsored by State Reps. Eugenia D Arlington and David R-Mount the bill in- cludes art theater mu- seums and any other activity ing the cultural and intellectual level of the among proper uses for a center ARLINGTON HEIGHTS' struggle for a cultural facility began early in 1966 wlten prompted by the Park Board and Village started negotiating for several sites. fn January 1968 the village purchased one square block of land bounded by Dun- on Page The Seasonal Suburbanite Section Page 9 Yale Roe In- Ladd Backs Out Section Page 8 INSIDE TODAY i nts t J-jJII'iruiK tK Youth Su burton n Wwirt Aitt 3 4 I R 1 in n I 3 3 1 1 i .1 3 Arlington Heights Road motorist faced a partial blockade and the barri- cedat will stay up for two allowing only northbound traffic through the ditfn'ct. Southbound traffic is toured onto and additional were on duty yesterday after- noon to the eon get Hon. Drug Aid Council Dismisses 2 by GERRY DeZONNA Harry Jaeger and Pete local representatives for the National Council for the Prevention of Drug were dismissed yesterday by DeVore Walter- Wnnl 'KM-1 TOO Ifoflm Lttllvory JM-ullli Oltin Cttpti. executive at the organiza- tion's headquarters in Jaeger and a former drug ad- presented programs on drug abuse at Dist. 214 high schools as well as other schools in the area. Their seminars and lectures were aimed at combating drug abuse by educating students as well as parents in the community. THE PERSONNEL associated with the Midwest office have been dis- and NCPDA activities have been curtailed in this area until we can find competent and qualified administrators to manage the Wai term an ex- plained. Walterman told the Herald that Jaeger's dismissal was the result of an infraction of the organization's rules regarding finan- cial statements and reports. NCPDA has very high and consequently we must insist that the records are kept accurately and that all donations are channeled through the main office. records have always been straight and clear until just recently. The financial statements from the Midwest office in- dicate that the proper procedures had not been and on the basis of this un- satisfactory the board of di- rectors have curtailed NCPDA activities in Illinois. I am holding Mr. Jaeger re- sponsible for the discrepancies in the fi- nancial Walterman said. Stavredes also lost his endorsement from the NCPDA but he is not being held responsible for any of the organizational shortcomings in the local office. Although Walterman refused to comment on his rea- son for dismissing a close source indicated that a disagreement over salaries and back pay was the real issue JAEGER EXPLAINED THAT the deci- sion to close the local office was a decision made last May by himself and Walterman. records are incomplete but it's not all my fault. The main office in California is also responsible because in order to complete the records they must furnish us with the receipts. am responsible for the local but the main office hasn't satisfactorily handled their records. The problem is coordination and organization between the offices and certainly not a misuse of said Jaeger. Waltmnan's comments on the NCPDA and its local representatives were made following a news release on NBC-TV last Monday disclosing a three-year old in- dictment for mail fraud against Jaeger. Jaeger was found guilty by a United States district court judge in and he was released on appeal bond stipulating that he could not participate in any fund-raising activities while the case was pending in the courts. indictment is true. I was accused of participating in a scheme to defraud the mail but the accusations are false And besides this has no effect on my work the NCPDA. I was not engaged in any fund-raising drives for the Jaeger said. HE ADDED THE NCPDA was aware the charges at the time he began working with the program and consequently he on Page Warman May Be Demo Pick by MARTHA MOSER A tip from a reliable news source late yesterday had State Rep. Edward Warnv an of Skokie as the Democrat party's can- didate for 13th District congressman. None of the four area township com- mitteemen was home last night to confirm the rumor. If Warman is the parly's united he will run unopposed in the Oct. 7 congressional primary. New Trier Township Democrat Com- mitteeman Lynn Williams was reached at borne but denied the eight men have set- tled on a candidate. He say there is indication of a favorable attitude toward an attorney and three- term 4th District was one of four candidates interviewed by com- mitteemen fn there were 10 candidates from the party. Williams said Sunday that a number of Sortion 4 6 to postpone a final OCCHOn w decision on candidates until they could meet with their own township organiza- tions. Local meetings were for guidance on the ultimate action of the out- spoken surrogate Democrat said. He said New Trier Township's organization will meet Sunday while Evanston Township Democrats are meeting today. The news tip had the committeemen agreeing on Warman but waiting out the formality of an organizational vote tn Wil- liam's township. By agreeing on War the party would avoid a devisive primary the news source said. Futurities The Arlington Heights Plan Commission will hold a regular meeting at 8 tonight in the Municipal 33 S. Arlington Heights Road. The intention is that the com- mitteemen will meet again on Juno If or 23 and either make a decision at or conclude there is no decision we can agree Williams said. HE SAID AS FAR as he is the question of a candidate and prinutiy race is still open. If the district's Demo- crat party leaders can not reach mutual understanding on then each candidate will have to decide if he to run in the primary without like the opposition Williams Recalling War man's Sunday interview. Williams said the representative op- posed to the Vietnam war to the point of unilateral if he is opposed to excessive military spending and and he blamed excessive mili- tary spending for inflation by pouring bil- lions into the economy without putting any counterpart goods or services into the market to be bought with the money dis- tributed. ;