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Anderson Herald (Newspaper) - August 31, 1954, Anderson, Indiana
I vol to. A Demon Indiana. Tuesday morning August 31, 1m4 hover Bug shows army h-13 helicopter shown above As it to land on Avenue yesterday near Plant one of the Delco Remy hundreds of spectators a new glance at aviation Progress. The Craft piloted Here by Wong Harry Arden of fort Sill okla., was on an interest raising Mission on behalf of the National aircraft show at Dayton 0., this weekend. Her Ald photo woman fatally Hurt in wreck toll reaches 9 crowded highways throughout Madison county caused the death of a 30-year-old Mother and hospitalized four other victims involved in traffic accidents Over the weekend. Killed in a two car collision at Road intersection four Miles Northeast of Emporia at Tempo Iki Freer hemisphere communism to the new Volen president Eisenhower said last weekend there was an imperative necessity for greater world Trade and promised he would give High priority to his liberalized reciprocal traae. Pro at the next session of con in to Harry a. Bulls chairman of the Board of general Mills inc., the said his recent action in raising the Tariff on Swiss watches and his decision in the Lead and Zinc Tariff Case had been based solely on their individual merits. The implication was that Tariff in creases in specific cases were nol to be regarded necessarily As a pattern for american Trade policy. Sen. Ralph e. Flanders said last weekend that Many of the censure charges he filed against sen. Joseph k. Mccarthy were in the Public rec Ord and that he was preparing to document others. Flanders sponsor of the Resolution Catl ing for the Senate to censure Mccarthy told reporters he did not expect to testify person ally before the special censure committee which opens its hearings today. The am vets last weekend approved a four Point Prog air aimed at halting the spread of communism in latin America tile group s 10th annual Conven Tion urged the government it expand its technical and social program for Central and South America to diversify Industry and encourage investment of american capital. Communist cuing this asked Japan to Send ships to pick up 417 liberated japanese War criminals and an . Sunday was mrs. Marjorie Orler 30, 1314 s. 17th St., new Castle. Mrs. Porter was brought Here o is. John s Hospital where she lied two hours later. Vickie the free year old daughter of the Sci Dent victim was also in the wreck and is in serious condition rom fractures of both arms and Kull injuries. The pair was Rought to the Hospital in the Brown and Butz ambulance and an ambulance from Middletown the tragedy was investigated t sheriff Joe Brogdon and Caputy Robert Simmonds at no erection of Stow s Lake re and another county Highway North of . 36. Sheriff Brogdon said the Porter vehicle was Raveling West on Stow s Lake rd., when. Involved in an Acci Dent car driven by Richard Walker it. 1, Market Ville which in route North her daughter lie sheriff said were urfa polio Campaign hears finish As a final boost to revive the current polio Campaign which Las been reported lagging hiring he past few Days of the drive dozen Bill Wilson boys club a embers last night set up Canvas of the West end of the own to accept donations and 50 Junior police representing the Moose Lodge Are working similar detail Over the City Las night and today to give tha Inal Mph As the county wide drive ends tonight. Jaycee president Cal Renner said last night that Max Shively 0, son of mrs. Martha j Shively 2037 Crystal St., con ducted a one Man Canvas of his neighbourhood yes verday after noon and collected a total of or the cause. He said one per m Filici a o Good morning Start the Day with a chuckle West Bend this. The other Volunteer firemen Rode to lie fire but Victor Pleak Hart to walk. Plzak started out on the truck All right on the Way to a farm fire but Felt off As the vehicle whipped around a Cor Ner. Unhurt and Ilse a missed by tils Fellows Teliak plodded the rest of the Way on foot. Values like this Don t last Long in the bulletin Herald customer who placed this want and stated that the first lady bought this dining suite for Cash proving that want ads is the bust place o sell things. For Sale mahogany Duncan phyfe drop Leaf table and 4 chairs. Call 0-0000. It s quite easy for you to do he some thing with furniture appliances and other items you would like to sell for Cash. Just phone 3-5s71 and ask for the want and girl. Cut Luna a s Foley named fire department Captain Tom Foley 1628 Arrow ave. Las been named Captain of an Derson fire department s no. Ladder company 29th and Dola Ware sis., according to fire chief Al . Foley sue needs Charles Allman who re Rcd recently. An Anderson native Foley 1 a graduate of local schools an Las been with the fire Deparl mint since May 1946. Ion address France of scuttle Edge program Paris France Mon Day night scuttled the euro Jean army plan refusing to allow Germany to rearm within the program backed by the Eisenhower adminis ration and Germany herself. The action lowering the Guillo Ine on the european. Defense three years ago at France s own came on a procedural vote in Par lament. After bitter debate the National Assembly voted 319-264 to postpone debate indefinitely. The action was As clearcut As if the id itself had been up for decision. This is the end of said socialist Jules Moch. His son was killed in world War ii and he be came the leading foe of French adherence to Edc. There was no one to dispute him. Premier Pierre Mendes France said simply the Assembly has expressed its will. Now there is work to be done and this time i will not take three German supporters of the plan were shocked. British officials said talks will be arranged among the United states Britain France and Germany to figure out ways of jiving the Bonn government its the right to urge Hurricane hits Lorth Carolina coast As Many Are moved Wilmington . We a Hurricane with 100-Rnile-an-hour kinds at the Center lashed the Orth Carolina coastline monday ight. Raging Waves Tore out listing piers and torrential rain and ind cut1 communications. Of vacationers were evacuated from beaches All the a from below Wilmington to Norfolk. Coast guardsmen warned ii persons on exposed beaches to Eek safety. The Center of the storm appeared heading for Cape Hatteras the government of Premier wends France was again in Dan Ger of falling. American Hopes for Quick rear Mamell of Germany with 12 Divi Sions serving in a Supra National european army were unaltered. New negotiations will be in order to find ways to build up and integrate Europe s de Fenaes. Both and Hii democratic opponent Iii 1952 Adlai urged French ratification of the treaty. Only Lai week Stevenson disclosed he had made his plea in a personal Letler to Premier Mendes France. Bedlam broke out in the Assem Bly after the vote was announced. Communists and de gaullist celebrating their Victory shouted Joy fully then Rose to their feel Sang the French National Anthem. He Marseillaise. Members of the popular Republican movement staunch support i i executive who started career Here retires the retirement of. Ronald k. Evans executive vice president and director of general motors corporation was announced yesterday by Harlow h. Curtice pm president. Or. Evans started his pm career with the old Rumy electric company Here in 1920. During his two year stay Here he resided near Arrow Avenue and West Lith Street. Or. Evans retirement effective Loday winds up a career of 34 years Wilh general motors. He also is retiring from member ship on pm s operations policy administration committees he has. Been executive vice president of general motors with supervision Over non Automo live operating divisions since August 1950. Previously he served 14 years As vice president am group executive in charge of the engine divisions. Born in 1889 in big rapids Michigan or. Evans attended High school in Cheboygan Mich fatal Accident Auto in which mrs. Mar Jorie Porter 30, new Castle suffered fatal injuries at Road intersection near Emporia late sunday evening is show after it was removed from the scene later. Mrs. Porter one her three year old daughter Wert thrown Clear of the two car collision. The daughter Vickie was severely injured Herald photo it winds upwards of 75 Miles an 2, 2 heavy loss is caused by fire Here sunday Anderson fire chief Al Tibbetts last night blamed a severe Lack of water for the widespread damage in the Wake night fire sailing lumber co. Planing Mill adjacent to the 1300 of the sunday that razed the amed graveyard of the Atlantic Block on Ohio ave., gop declares be will tour Cincinnati a Republican Iader reported monday president Isenhowr will hit the Campaign rail in a drive that will overshadow any off year election of fort in the last 30 years. Rep. Simpson chairman the gop congressional Cam sign committee told reporter president Eisenhower will make the most Active off year Campaign that any president has made in the past 30 and he said this included the 950 whistle Slop Campaign staged y former president. Harry tru Lan. The reason for this d drive Simpson said is presi Cut Eisenhower and those around in finally realize the importance f electing a Congress which will ave a Republican majority big enough to remove any doubt about support of the Eisenhower pro Gram. Both Simpson and sen. Dirksen chairman of the Senate Campaign committee predict enough gains in the Senate ant Louse to get the kind of majority in they claimed the republicans will pick up at seats in he Senate and 30 in the House. Simpson declared the Eisenhowe t Campaign plans already have Een firmed he added the drive is design cd o impress the people who vote or Eisenhower in 1952 that he must have the tools to carry out Lis program. Simpson voiced Confidence Eisenhower will be Able to reverse 20-year trend which has seen the Larty in Power lose House and sen Ite seats in off year elections. The Simpson announcement am As gop chiefs gathered Here o Campaign strategy were carefully organizing a special vhf Irvind drive in Kentucky to de eat the comeback bid of the vice president Al in Barkley. Gutted a nearby Home caused extensive damage to a second House and blistered paint on six or eight More buildings. Flames swept through the plan ing Mill within minutes after their discovery shortly after mid night saturday gaining a Strong head Start before firemen could each1 the scene. Chief Tibbetts Aid the first alarm was turned n from a nearby alarm Box Al a. M. Firemen from companies no. 3 and 7 responded to the first Larm. A second alarm at m. Summoned company no. F o the scene followed by a third alarm for company no. 4 ind a general alarm summoning company no. 2 at the Large one Story Frame planing Mill Structure 80 x is cot was a roaring mass of flames by the time firemen a ived on the scene. Fire had nol Hen spread to adjacent proper ies chief Tibbetts said Anc could have been contained Hac Here been enough water Avail Able. The wind stirred flames Spreat rapidly from the planing Mil engulfing the one Story wine of Alex Kumkoski at 1239 Tome ave. The Blaze gutted Thi dwelling swept across an Alle and extensively damaged the Home of in. Marie Malone 130 of Titiev Aye before the. Blare was Brough twi i pm Mem ii Lave reached agreement on an sex 1, Cut Mem i chamber maps Bie Day plans Anderson chamber of com Merce officials Are completing plans for the business Industry Day program Here sept 8 during which More than 100 Public and parochial Schmo teachers will be taken on guided Tours of 28 Industrial and Busi Ness firms Here. Arrangements for the program Are in charge of Brooks Shor and a. L. Mccolloum. Public school teachers will con acne at Anderson High schoo at a. M. They will be Wel corned by Walter Bagot chamber president and Robert Beckwi Moline the importance of the Industrial Community to the growth and Progress of the City. Parochial school teachers Wil meet at St. Mary s school when chamber vice president John n tuft .2, lome is at Dixon Iii. A wife photo state traffic toll soars As deaths occur yesterday by the associated press Indiana s weekend traffic to Rose to 13 deaths As late report of four fatalities came in monday another fatal Accident occurred londay morning on . 20 Nea Michigan City and a South benc1 Man died of injuries received in one of the sunday wrecks. John f. Reichert 31, South and was killed instantly Sunda in a one car wreck on . 3 South of Peru and Francis. F National and state gop leaders Reichert a Richmond native living y Ding tops i million Mark construction in Madison count and in Anderson thus far Foi 934 has reached the Mark according to end of ii month reports issued by county building inspector James a Shartz and City inspector Floyd Hancock yesterday. The county Ozice reported Otal of for Newmes during August. Otth county i monthly total of Bull Dan permits up n new in Imti wits or in is Ness permits and the remain no was for nine Garag in. Remodelling permits. The county building office issued permits for a total of for the first eight month of the year. Of the total 00 was for far i excess of last year s construction n South Bend died monday after a Effort Campaign aimed at re noon of injuries from the Accident witness said that the car Wen out of control on a curve am turned Over. The Rev. John a. Becker 75 a roman Catholic priest in Vin Cennes was injured fatally Sunda night in a two car collision on in 67 four Miles North of Vincennes mrs. Juanita Belle Reed 36, o Lafayette was killed sunday eve Ning in a collision at a county Roa intersection on the Hendricks up continue m to i Council approves Elwood tax Levy proposed 195 budget ordinance for the City o Elwood was approved by Mem hers of the City Council at special meeting monday night. The ordinance fixes the proposed 1955 tax rate for Elwood cil at on each of taxable property As compared with Levy of being paid the year. The new rate is an increase of 11 cents. The Council will hold its regu Lar september meeting tuesday sept. 7, at . County voting lists being readied for election registration planned the Madison county registration Board is making plans for the expected Rush of voter registration during the next few weeks Board members said yesterday. The deadline for registration for the nov. 2 general election is oct. 4. County records now show total of More than voters who Are registered and qualified to vote in this fall s general election according to mrs. Iva Thompson Republican and mrs. Ella Whitlon Democrat Mem Bers of the Board. _. The figure compared to a voter list of for the 1952 general election. Persons who did not vote in the 1957. Elections and who have not registered since that time have been dropped from the list in was pointed out. Such persons must Registe again to vote in the november election it was explained. Persons who voted by did not vote in the 1954 Primar election last May Are Sti carried on the list and May vol in november. To qualify for voting res dents of the county Musl hav been in the stale six month in the township 60 Days and i their Home precinct at least 9 Days prior to the election. Be voters who will be 21 years o age on or before nov. 2 a vote but they must Registe prior to the deadline. It was als explained that persons who hav moved from one precinct another must Transfer registration and women we m Cir Tan a Eisenhower takes gentle Oke at Joe fight Over nations is n Campaign Lyle 0. Spader 36, clerk f the House of represent Ives poses at Republican a ional Headquarters at Wash not Oflahe has been Nimec Lead of the Republican Pecker s Bureau 954 Campaign. For the Snader s ecord which was passed Early Ness n -August., state Federal water groups Pool efforts Indianapolis i the Indian Lood control and water re sources commission was do Sig listed by gov. Craig monday a he state Agency to work with be eral groups administering a new water conservation program of Small watersheds. The soil conservation service o he . Department of agric ure will be in charge of the new program in the state. Congresses abolished the program for water i hods of acres or less. Craig said the Indiana commis Sion has been directed to Coop crate fully. The Federal Agency and added he Felt District soil conservation District committee would be keenly interested in the work. Six Are killed Buenos Aires Argentina i Che Navy ministry announce today six crewmen were Kille sunday in the crash of three train no planes near plan 310 mile Southwest of Washington Oft president Eisenhower told -1 leering american legion monday this country must tart building a ready if action military Githiri a year to meet the threat of a communist dicta worship determined to establish its Sway Over pledging this will be a. No. 1 item in his recon. Emendations to the next Congress the president declared Wishful thinking and Politi Al timidity must no longer a a program so absolutely essential to. Our nearly War veterans and guests Al the opening session of the legion s 36th annual convention gave a heering whistling ovation Legionnaire Eisenhower who flew Here from Denver o address them and appear a on the platform in his glue overseas Cap. Fifteen times the Conven liners asked into the steaming hot Naonal guard auditorium applaud d the president s in which e also appealed for foreign policy nity cold Fater on the efforts of some re publicans to link past democratic a ministrations with alleged trea on against the United states. Sen. Mccarthy in particular As labelled the Roosevelt and tru Man regimes "20 years of no responsible element in this country wants to damage Amer Ca Eisenhower said. Then depart no from his prepared text he added the Only treasonable Par 55 City big def approved Aff Council meeting at a special meeting of the Anderson City Council last night at City Hall action was taken which passed 1955 civil City budget after going through other read Ings at previous meetings. Councilmen reported that after advertisement of the measure was released no change of appeals was made to alter the proposed civil City tax rate at mayor Noland c. Wright., apr Pear cd before the it Brief review of the City s financial position. The mayor Pointel out the financial standpoint of the in the Best position in recent history iat the time the present City Board maps plans for More surfaced roads the Madison county Board of commissioners met yesterday to discuss various phases of the county Road improvement pro Gram and to discuss other Busi officials state that the Acme having company will Complete he Black Topping of a four mile Section of the Madison Avenue Road this week marking the completion of the first step in he establishment of improved Road from Anderson to Alex Andria which is expected to re to Federal grand jury indicts Thompson Rose in Bank Case two Anderson men have been indicted by a Federal grand jury in connection with the shortage at the citizens banking company discovered Early in August. Both have been arrested and Are free on Bond. Indicted were Jerald Lee Rose 21, former Teller charged with embezzlement and misapplication on eight counts and John j. Thompson packing Plant Cuccu live charged on seven counts with aiding and abetting Rose. The indictments were announced along with several others recently returned by the Federal Lieve much of the local traffic on ind. 9. The paving company will Start work within a few Days to Black top four Miles of the West 8th Street Road from the Madison Hamilton county line East to Hamilton and another mile of the same Road will be resurfaced lust West of Anderson other to be Julac stopped during the remainder of the. Sum Mer season include four Miles of the Boonsville Road East from ind. 9 in Richland township and a Section of the boy scout Camp Road in Lafayette and facts in townships. Plans also include the Resur
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