Independent from Long Beach, California on April 5, 1962 · Page 5
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P«g. A-6-INDEPENDtW LM( luck. CUM. Tkwt. Awl I. IM1 Impacted School Aid Boost OKd by House WASHINGTON Ml -- The H o u s e Wednesday ndded $15.7 million to the program of federal aid for school districts that serve children of federal employes. ·The money, added to a $447.5 million supplemental appropriation bill, would re store a cut in the program made by Congress last year. It is for the remainder of the fiscal year ending June 30. 1962. The bill was sent to the Senate by voice vote. PRESIDENT Kennedy did not ask for the extra school- aid funds. The administra tion has been trying to cut down the program, known as the impacted-arcas program n hope$ of getting a general school-aid bill. The amendment to add $15.7 million for the school rogram was offered by Rep. Mward P. Boland, D-Mass. Its acceptance was urged by Rep. Albert Thomas, D Tex., who handled the supple mental appropriation bill. He called the impacted aid pro ;ram "the most popular pro;ram In the House." The House defeated an at tempt by Rep. Frank T. Bow, R-Ohio, to limit the additional school aid to districts serving children who actually live on federal property. A voice vote rejected the motion, which would have cut the $15.7 million to well under $1 million THE $15.7 million was add ed to $231 million already appropriated for the current fiscal year to help federally Impacted school areas defray the costs of operation and maintenance. An appropriation of abpul $70 million for construction costs was not involved in Wednesday's action. A spokesman for the Long Beach Unified School District one of the federally impactci areas, Wednesday night said the additional $15.7 million appropriation had been an tlcipatcd, and the district hai included Us small share o the added revenue in its fi nancial plans. Walker Says Officials Aid Reds (Continued From Page A-l) win' and retreat from vie tory." · · · · · THE BIG Senate caucus room was crowded with spectators, many of them Walker admirers, as the former major general came to defend him self against charges that he tried In sway votes of his troops in the 1000 elections, in violation of Army rcgula tions. . The Army admonished the general, who was then in command of the 21th division In Germany, and he later renounced his pension rights and resigned to battle in pri vale life against forces that he said "endanger the security of our country." Walker now is seeking the Democratic nomination for the governorship of Texas. ( The cx-gcneral showed a bit n( tension as he read his 9,000-word prepared statement. His hands shook a bit at the start and he frequently stumbled over words -- converting "subservient" into Vsuvcrficnt" for example, and "inequity" into "iniquity." * · · · . TWO ASSOCIATES sat by his side, occasionally correcting his pronunciation and prompting him. After they had done this a while. Chairman John Stcnnis. D-Miss., had them stand up and Idcnti fy themselves--Attorney C. J. Watts of Oklahoma City and Mcdford Evans, of Dallas, a consultant. Walker's use of the word subservient was in connection with a denunciation of the press and other mass media Government o f f i c i a l s are knuckling under to the press, he said, but: "The media men will not do much when the shooting starts -- except write graphic accounts of the retreat." "My experience and obscr vation," ho said, "indicate that control (of the military) has been taken from the hands of those legally rcspon siblc for it and placed in hands not fully identifiable, but which operate through the media of mass communi cation, the U.S. Department of State, and the information offices of the services "In soldier language, the PIO's' run the Army. What he average soldier does not realize is the extent to which outside media run the 1'10's. and unidentified forces run he media." Outside the hearing room, ic remarked on television I..I5. Scout Lenders In Hold Conference S c v c n t y · f ivc volunteer leaders of Long Beach Area Council, Boy Scouts of America, will attend an annual planning conference at Reid Scout Park, 4747 Daisy Avc., at G:.10 p.m. next Tuesday. For several weeks, adult volunteer leaders of 370 Cub packs. Scout troops and Hx plorer units in Long Beach, Lnkewood, Bellflower, Signal Hill and Domingue2 haw tecn giving suggestions conference delegates. that he believes what he re gards as the sins of the prcs are "becoming more eviden to the American people." "When the trouble starts with respect to riots, etc., h said, "the press always be comes the victim." As for his own troubles, h said much of it stemmed from the "Overseas Weekly," a pri vatcly owned paper whic criticized his troop-indoctrin ation program. He called thi a "repulsive tabloid," 'scandal sheet," an "Agency of the left," and said some o its staffers were not abov trying to blackmail army ol ficers. In New York, Del Stella o "Overseas Weekly" comment ed that Walker had sough to "muzzle a free newspapc because it insisted on telling the truth about Walker' troop · indictrination activi ties." Stella, New York manage 'or the paper, said, "No gen era! has a right to dictate he reading matter of free Americans who servo undci lim." and he added in a state mcnt: "Overseas Weekly will go on reporting the news fac tually, accurately and objcc lively, in spite of the smca campaign against us by sucl orgnnir.itinn* a the John Birch Society and friends o Gen. Walker. NEW ORLEANS Ml -- A 1-year-old Roman Catholic mother vowed to accept ex ommunlcatlon rather than back down on her belief In racial segregation -- unless he clergy shows her error In he Dible. 'If the Bible Is not brought nto the picture or discussed,' said Mrs. B. J. Galliot, "then will have to bow out gracefully and accept cxcommunl cation rather than desert my belief In God. She faces an interview -probably today -- with Arch ilshop Joseph Francis Rum mel, the 85-year-old prelate whom she said threatened her with expulsion from her church. · · · · THE THREAT, said the dark-haired mother of two children in Catholic schools came in a letter she received ate Saturday night. The archbishop's chancery called the letter a "paterna" admonition." The letter, she said, con tained accusations and state mcnts which are not true. · * · · MY STATEMENTS (abou segregation) and my defens has always been the Bible,' she continued, "and while am not revealing the content of the letter, it contains n m e n t i o n or accusation IT WONT WORK? Don' swear at it! Check "Call an Expert" in Classified for a {reliable serviceman. nrinft You Tht Finn Thinft In tile XI Viry GrtatSavintil ' Bishop Is Defied by Racist gainst the Bible." 'I will not w a s t e their ime or mine," she said of the nterview she requested, add- ng she had no I d e a who would be present with the archbishop. "1 only pray that God gives 3 DAYS ONLY! THURSDAY -- FRIDAY -- SATURDAY 'ISTew H'l a milt ftr a ?at with . buy tcltdiltl So qil«* yo« cci iti tlii pko«e or enjoy TV --«o o,e«llo yoi won't t»t« «d a kolr-Mtl LlgMwtlqht eon ilropi lo yoir wotit --III. YOI no»* ore.id. Sla.d-o.a, bcintt lit. . o»tr klggtit c.rl.ri. NO OILIGATION--COME IN TODAY. REGULAR 29.95 NO MONEY DOWN -SORRY! NO MAIL OR PHONE ORDERS PINE AVE. ·COWNIOWN LONG HACH :HN MONDAY i rilOAY IVtt. ·THONI HI 4-»J«l :5208 LAKEWOOD BL. UUWOOD CINTIK .OfIN MON..THUIS.-MI. (HI. PHONf HI 1-47I7 me the graces not to weaken where His word Is concerned, nor shall I compromise," the said. 'But if they can show me from the Bible where I am wronj;, then as I said before, I will gel down on my km.es before Archbishop Rum'mel and beg his forgiveness," she added. 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