Anderson Herald, May 10, 1962

Anderson Herald

May 10, 1962

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Issue date: Thursday, May 10, 1962

Pages available: 27

Previous edition: Wednesday, May 9, 1962

Next edition: Friday, May 11, 1962

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Anderson Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1962, Anderson, Indiana THE ANDERSON HERALD* PRICE IO CENTSANDERSON, INDIANA, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY IO, 1962 coyest CH A Hts ;■ CHA COUR Further Talks Aim Revealed By PresidentBoard Completes Primary CountPartV Tickets    Official County    Returns Listed ■    Official results of Tuesday’s pri-lGreely Davis mary election balloting in Wadi- Egbert M. Hood ...........A    C    J-    I"    ^    -    80,1 County as “T^ilithe ***** C. Matthews........ A PA    county canvassing board Wedne*-    ,,r. /Alw WW I I WI    (lay noon follow:    Mu .am Shirley SCHOOL REORGANIZATION    m,nty    sheriff a I    I    \    /    ■    ves    1.720    J**Ph    H IM awdmnor \j OTP n>    23642RkhardMaxBranh I N| w V W III WW I w    W I W REPUBLICAN PRIMARY    joe L. BrogdenCLOUDY Also endorsed was the creation i of a “government of national union" in Laos as the best hope of preserving the kingdom’s “peace.! neutrality, independence and unity.” Anzus Powers Agree In the communique, the Anzus powers also: —Called upon Indonesia and The Netherlands to refrain from the use of threat to force in settling the dispute over West New Guinea —Appealed to the Jakarta ami The Hague governments to give United Nations acting Secretary General Thant full support in seeking a peaceful settlement of the issue . —Stated that Australia and New Zealand recognized that, in the absence of “meaningful agreement” with the Soviet Union to CANBERRA, Australia (UPI, Secretary of State Dean Rusk Wednesday called on the free world to “lend a helping hand" to stop Communist aggression in South Viet Nam which he said threatens the independence of all the peoples (rf Southeast Asia, ! Rusk made the appeal in a ■ speech at an Australian parliamentary dinner. It followed a two-j day meeting of the Anzus (Australia. New Zeland and United States) Pact Council on mutual , defense problems with special . emphasis on Southeast Asia. A communique issued at the end of the cuncil meeting c x-pressed full support for th® current measures being taken to help South Viet Nam defend itself against Communist aggressions (“fomented, directed and support-led from North Viet Nam.” Cloudy and not so cool High today    upper    60s I,ow tonight    near 60 High tomorrow    in    70s Yesterday’s high 58    low 47 Sunrise    5:35    a.m. Sunset    7:48    p.m. Moonset    1:20    a.m. Start The Day With a Chuckle LONDON (AP) — A sign in e dress shop window in a northwest London suburb made some pedestrians gasp Saturday before the red-faced proprietor had it removed. It read; "Maternity wear for the modern miss.” * ;

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