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Anderson Herald (Newspaper) - July 14, 1957, Anderson, Indiana The weather the weather forecast for to Day indicates partly Cloudy skies with probable afternoon and evening thundershowers. Read the features be sure to read the Post season Tri county baseball tournament schedule in the sports Section today. Vol. 90, no. 24 Anderson Indiana sunday morning july 14, .1957 Price 15 cents hic ago struck by Recor Isan with Russell for changes Washington a sen. Mundt red joined sen. Russell saturday in a to take some of the enforcement Teeth out of the adm Nistra Aid role in cd emergency cited by officials following exercise Anaconda Tad Mon work of. Work on a Large addition to the Cable company Plant e. 31 is St., is shown in photo above. The new addition extending across the front of the existing Plant will House additional manufacturing facilities. Work was started several weeks ago and Mark the third major expansion carried but in Herald photo Tion s civil rights Bill. With s u p p or t e r s of Washington sen. Retaliatory measures taken by or. Saturday accused James p. Cross president of the Bakers Union of attempting to intimidate a witness of the special Senate rackets investigating committee. In a statement announcing the _ _ committee will resume Public Union hearings tuesday chairman Mcclellan said it will examine at tempts to intimidate a witness of the committee by re atomic survival held certain emergency n a t to n a l Headquarters defense leaders said saturday the United states could survive a real a o Mic attack such As Friday s Rock assault which theoretically Laid waste a Hundred cities and killed but they were not prepared to say whether the test of civil de sense and mobilization in opera Tion Alert 1957" was a Success. We can t say whether it. Was a Success or a said defense mobilization chief Gordon Gray in a telephonic news conference. Lewis e. Berry acting Federal civil defense administrator said the operation would continue next week but that it is too Early to say what plans need overhauling. Hypothetical enemy aircraft flew across the top of the world Friday and dropped a mythical .175 nuclear bombs on 162 targets. A holocaust of unimaginable Hor ror would have been created by their combined 451.7 megaton atomic bomb Load equal to tons of int. They struck at cities where More than 55 cent of the . Mcclellan did not elaborate. But an aide said the witness referred to had Given an affidavit placed in evidence at an earlier hearing concerning the affairs of company s relations with Dave Beck sr., Boss of the giant team sters Union. Also to be explored further at the hearings tuesday Mcclellan measure fighting against com Promise moves Mundt announced he will offer a substitute which would delete enforcement authority for civil rights other than those involved in voting. Previously Russell commander of the Bill s opponents had offered a series of amendments. One of these would strike out part Iii of the Bill. It authorizes the attorney Gen eral to bring civil suits to prevent infringement or threatened infringement of civil rights in general. He could seek injunctions in Federal court and anyone Vio lating the injunction could be fined or jailed for contempt without jury trial. Russell has contended this por 111 Vij 1 1 Zufu Juull Jiu said will be Cross about integration in with Martin Srann la to with Martin Phil Osborn sr., and the Baker and confectionery Inis participation in the Union con _ i i i a i. It the witness was not identified but he is scheduled to testify with the resumption of the committee s _____0_ alleged improper practices in the labor management afield. J on june 20, the committee ended its inquiry into charges by an other Bakers Union tract negotiations at. Zion ,111. Three or four witnesses will be questioned about of the bakery , the sen Ator said. At earlier commit tee received testimony that Cross had obtained a loan from Phillips born and that the Union entered a citing lessons Learned from participation in a nation wide civil defense exercise during the past two Days local civil defense Heads reported yesterday that the Community must be prepared to play a major role in providing Aid to refugees from larger Industrial centers of the state that May come under hostile attack in the event of a real emergency and at the same time be ready for a strike Here. And zone one civil de sense staffs were mobilized Fri Day and saturday for participation in operation Alert 1957, and although the Anderson area was not included in the simulated atomic attack which levelled Large areas in Indianapolis and Muncie local staffs had a brisk workout in controlling several majors a b o t a aimed at key industries Here and in handling thousands of simulated county operations were con ducted from a control Center located at Alexandria with Rob Ert Shoemaker jr., county Civi defense director in charge James 0. Cain Anderson zone one control officer was in charge of operations at the zone Perien ced some receiving communications from the state a and Marion county Center according to Shoemaker internal communications with both Tele phone and radio nets employed functioned better than in any pre Vious test. Dwight communication officer and George Shaw radio officer were in charge of communication phases of the exercise. Shoe maker cited the Large number of Amateur radio operators in the county for their service during the test. The county group was also called on to make radiological tests for contaminated areas to Aid local and state Rescue teams into the Muncie area from the Northwest. Tion of the measure is aimed at enforcing the school desegregation opinion and evacuated Airport e proposes amendments sen. Richard Russell poses at fhe Capitol yesterday after proposing three Amend ments to the civil rights Bill. Russell s proposals would puff some of the enforcement Afeefh in fhe measure he has Label led a wire photo by United press the heaviest 24-hour rainfall in the history of 4he Chicago metropolitan saturday forced evacuation of. A Hospital and created a scare transformer shorted at Midway Airport. V exceeded the old record of for a 24-hour period set in 1885, the u. S. Weather Bureau said most of the downpour about inches inches fell in a six hour period Between 7 p. M. Fri Day and 1 a. In. Saturday the South. He has said it makes possible the use of reach these objectives. Mundt told a reporter his substitute proposal is designed to place before the Senate a Meas ure the southerners can t vote for but one with which they can in addition to striking out part Mundt said his substitute Cross abused his office and mis in which Phillips Lorn used Union funds. The committee have interests made. Do statement ref findings. Cross told committee he h and tuesday is concerned with another matter will be John a. Barr president of. Montgomery Ward he requested an Opportunity to answer testimony about but that Hennas had nothing to do with Union negotiations at Zion since 1948. He said the Zion contract did not set. Substandard _ wages. Report party Liru to effect foreign Washington democratic and Republican floor managers joined saturday in predicting House passage without major change of the foreign Aid Bill approved by the House foreign affairs committee. Reps. Carnahan do and Vorys senior committee Mph pc run Aprl Uriah will merge Aid passage but administration supporters figure this is the Best they can get in the House and they la be satisfied if they can pull the never politically popular measure through without further big dents in it. A final vote is expected about thursday. Carnahan said he. Believes the about living 95 million before the population or persons were Alert sounded. If the attack had been real pall of deadly radioactive particles would have blanketed vast sections following americans As they fled the target cities air bases and atomic installations. Saturday would have been the Day of awful realization. Officials said the government and its armed forces would have continued operating. No attempt has been made yet to estimate on a National scale exactly How much of the nation s Industrial machine utilities health and sanitation services would be left to carry the Burden of survival and fighting the War. Will never really know whether the test operation was a Success unless we get into a real Gray said. I Hope to god we Don t. The test has been he said but it showed we Are improving. The test was of value in exposing the weaknesses and the real passage gave their opinions in interviews As the House prepared to take up the measure monday. But opponents figured they have a Good Chance of tacking on an amendment to end foreign trials of gis which president Eisenhower strongly opposes and perhaps of. Knocking out the Long term eco nomic development loan fund Eisenhower fought for. Bill As it now stands is Al ready 622 million dollars below what Eisenhower requested for the new fiscal year and 375 Mil Lions less than the Senate voted. Headquarters established in the naval Reserve training Center in North Anderson. Cooperating with civil defense authorities was the disaster group of the Madison county red Cross which aided in Mak ing for the provi Sion of food clothing shelter and registration of thousands of bomb attack victims from Muncie. Had the strike been a real one officials said the Anderson area would have been called on to Stan tally the form it is Vorys said i would feel fairly confident that the committee Bill would go through substantially in a Tough v fight seemed to be shaping up Over a proposed amendment aimed at ending for eign jurisdiction Over offences committed by american service men abroad. Sentiment for this has been strengthened by the turning Over of army specialist 3.c. William s. Girard Japa Nese trial for the shooting of a japanese woman scavenger on an army firing Range. Amendment offered previously by sen. P Mahoney this would provide for. Jury trials in Federal court contempt cases where the facts Are in dispute. Mundt also moved to Cut Down the authority of a proposed six member commission which would up under the Bill to investigate and report on civil rights developments. His substitute would give the commission subpoena Power Only in cases involving. Voting rights. It would be limited otherwise to hearing voluntary witnesses in Public hearings arid to making recommendations to state Legisla Tures Congress and the president for Laws providing Fuller Protection of civil rights. Russell also moved to make the appointment of a staff director of the proposed civil rights commis Sion subject to Senate Confirma Tion. He sought to bar use by the commission of unpaid Volunteer investigators. He said reformers have been running around the country stirring up significantly Russell made no move to delete a Section of the Bill which would authorize the attorney general to seek injunctions to care for at least 350 Hospital wounded arid food clothing and shelter Jared or slightly injured refugees. William. County cd intelligence off icer reported that the Muncie blast would have caused extensive Glass damage Here and would have probably resulted in some local casualties front Glass. In addition the Southeast Corner of the would have been subjected to some fallout based on the actual direction of High Altitude winds Friday which de Termine the fallout pattern. Assigned calamity Jane Crew from Summitville made an actual run during the exercise. The Crew went to the state Center at Lebanon and joined with teams from other cities to make a trip into Indianapolis for simulated operations the Mobile units staged actual demonstrations at Indianapolis following the test run. Cressley Beeson was in charge of the Summitville Crew. The county and local cd organizations were also presented with a simulated traffic control problem involving Highway control for emergency use and flow of refugee traffic and Aid units. Zone control centers Here and at Elwood closed at noon yester Day and the county Center closed out its participation in the test at 1 p. M. The exercise on state Levels will continue through Sun Day evening Shoemaker said. County cd authorities will pre pare a written critique on the deaths would be 350j Ingalls memorial Hospi Tal at suburban Harvey took the emergency action to. Re move 152 patients when Waters from giant electrical storms seeped into its destroying medical and knocking off Power. Meanwhile water gusheo1 into the air terminal at Midway air port arid shorted a transformer in the basement of Braniff. And. American hard hit by operation which will be submitted to civil Heads Public officials and other inter ested., Shoemaker the summary would contain recommendations for improvement of operations for further tests for to meet needs in the event of an actual he indicated that recommendations would be made on the establishment of. An adequate at tack warning system for Derson area. An improvised sys tem of factory. Whistles was employed Friday at. 11 a. M. To give Public warning of the although the county turn to column 6 by the associated press Indiana would have had at least a half a million casualties including More than if Friday s mock nuclear bombardment had been the real thing. A state civil defense spokesman said the imaginary bombs would have left More than. Jared. The figures Are considered conservative since they do not include casualty figures from the new Al Dany Jeffersonville area. Hardest hit theoretically was Indianapolis where the equivalent of two million tons of Posedly exploded near Union Sta Tion. Here Are casualty figures. Re released by civil defense spokes men Marion county killed wounded. St. Joseph 000 killed wounded. Allen killed wounded Vigo killed wounded. Vanderburg killed wounded. The simulated 2 megaton blast that hit Indianapolis was five times the Force of the atom bomb dropped on Hiroshima in 1945., five megaton blasts we re re ported at Terre haute South Bend Gary and Louisville. Muncie fort Wayne and Evansville received one megaton ground blasts. Civil defense Headquarters continued to operate from a Mobile Center at the South Edge of l be please turn to Page 3, column e prevent violations violations of Rotim or threatened rights. Lator to Confer on nuclear tests president Eisenhower has said the Protection of such rights was his principal objective in. Asking Congress to act on the legislation. No sooner had Russell made his proposals than sen. Javits Rny please turn to Page 3, column g Girard inquiry asked by senator n Resolution in county 4-h members for really big fair Start the Day with a chuckle Bournemouth e n g land Sher Field had to be shed to a Hospital saturday for his common cold because of an uncommon complication. He swallowed the Thermo meter while trying to take his temperature. Bologna chunk 29c fresh Corn on the cob Doz. 49c pay less super Market open 24 hours daily hundreds of Madison county 4-h club members Are Busy these Days preparing for the 30th annual 4-h fair which will be held on the 4-h grounds in Beu Lah Park Alexandria aug. 7, 8 and 9. Not Only do these 4-h ers have fun raising and grooming a calf baking a pie or making a. Dress they have visions of winning a ribbon or a trophy. Four free night programs have been planned for this year s fair. Opening night will feature a con Cert by. The eagles band of an Derson in the Large auditorium at the Park. All nightly programs will be in the auditorium. A Home Talent show will be held 7, second night of the for Amateur performers. This show will be open to any county individual or. Group 4-h, Rural youth Home demonstration clubs farm groups or others. There will be Cash prizes awarded for the Best Talent. The third night will be High lighted by a barn dance for All who wish to attend. Music and callers will be furnished. The final evening s program Friday aug. 9, will be the an Nual 4-h girls dress revue with Over 100 top winners parading their prize winning g a r m e n is. Winners of the dress revue will represent the county in the state 4-h club dress Reynne in Diana state fair in Indianapolis. Following the dress revue will be the awarding of. Trophies to outstanding 4-h members of pita it turn to 3, column 7 Washington Gor on Allott a Colo saturday sked for a Senate investigation f the Girard Case and the agree ments by which the . Soldier s turned Over to Japan for rial on manslaughter charges. He introduced a Resolution to reate a bipartisan eight Man Ommittee to report on whether be agreements permitted . Servicemen to be tried by foreign courts for off duty offences should e revised or scrapped. The supreme court ruled thurs a that the government has a Prity to turn Over army Spe palist William s. Girard to the japanese courts. Girard is a used of killing a japanese Wom an while on guard my firing Range. Prepares for 4-h fair Ronald Smith 15, son. Of Orand mrs. Joe Smith Frankton is shown receiving a few pointers on blocking his sheep from Kenneth Macdonald left Extension animal Husbandman from Purdue University. Young Smith a member of the Frankton 4-h club is hopeful of winning a ribbon or of the Madison county 4-h fair in Alexandria aug. 6, duty at an Allott told the Senate it must be studiously fair both to . Al ies and to american troops. But if there is a conflict be Ween he said As there apparently was in the Girard Case or primary duty to american Citi Zens because we sit Here As a legislative body representing those citizens. When such a conflict exists we have in fact no free Choice. We must choose to favor those we were elected to represent those who pay our taxes those1 who ight our artly Cloudy showers forecast for state area partly Cloudy skies with a few scattered thundershowers were predicted for the Central and Southern Indiana areas to Day with highs ranging from 88 to 90 degrees according to the official forecast. The Indiana weather Outlook for monday Calls for mostly fair skies highs in the 80s North and 90s South. Sunday night lows 60 to 70 degrees were indicated in the forecast. London disarmament negotiator Harold Stassen will hold a private weekend meet ing with soviet Delegate Valerian Zorin to try. To Cut through the East West deadlock on suspending nuclear tests authoritative source said saturday. Stassen May agree to a suspension period longer than the 10 months proposed by the United Only for soviet concessions informed sources said. They indicated he might Trade longer suspension in return for Russia s dropping its demands for a Complete ban on nuclear weapons which Are the Only Western Force equalizing Russia s Superior military manpower. British and French sources Dis agreed with the american Dis armament delegation on the mean ing of Zorin s harsh rejection of the . Proposal. The British and French viewed it As the beginning of the end for the four month old disarmament talks. Stassen s group More optimistically interpreted it As a rus Sian move to drive a hard bargain which would give the soviets an advantage in an eventual disarmament agreement. Two polio victims reported better7 n Texas in Moscow the communist arty Organ the 10 month suspension proposal is meaningless because none of the nuclear Powers plans tests in the next 10 months anyway. The family car by Wally i want some thing Good enough to make my husband forget a Bill for a Dent. Cd a daughter and son of or. And irs. Thurman Rinker 621 Hen Ricks St., now in Dallas Texas Are victims of polio and Are patients in the Parkland memo Ial Hospital in Dallas. The Rinker family is in the Lone Star City attending the a ional retail hardware Conven Ion in Dallas. The oldest Daugh Era miss Dixie Rinker 19, was reported As having passed the crisis showing improvement Anc experiencing no Palassis. Her rather Danny 9, is showing slight improvement. The youngest of the. Rinker children also with the family on the trip has displayed no symptoms of the disease. The oldest of the Rinker children Phil Rinker is presently attend no the boy scout Jamboree a Valley forge a. Files of. Airlines the Short circuit heated water turning it into steam which into the offices along with some smoke forcing officials weary waiting travellers to flee. The air port busiest in the world has been closed to. Traffic since the deluge late Friday inundated run ways., . Mortrud administrator of the said Only 20 critically ill patients would be removed to another Hospital St. Francis in nearby Blue. Island. Other patients he said would be taken to their Homes by ambulances squadrons and Volunteer trucks Drivers. Water seeped into the basement from an excavation of a new addition being built at the Hospital Mortrud said. Officials reported was full of water and that everything in the base ment storerooms a total among the first persons transferred were a Mother and her baby born Only. Saturday morning electrical storms which swept the Midwest area flooded viaducts and Home basements mocked out Telephone service and electric Power and halted air and a a More storms were expected to Range across the mid Vest Satur Day night but none was expected o match the fury of the. Friday night deluge. Engineers prevented serious loading by opening lock Gates of he Chicago River to let the Runoff Low into Lake Michigan thus eliminating a repeat performance of the near disastrous flood of october 1954. Deaths included a 7-month-old baby and a news Vendor who drowned in basement apartments. Another Man was electrocuted when he. Stepped into Waters of his basement and on the rights. Some 48 theater goers were the storm collapsed the tent of the Drury Lane summer playhouse at Evergreen Park. The show starred movie actress Marie Wilson who escaped injury. V at suburban Wheeling firemen policemen and coast guardsmen evacuated by boat about 150 Resi dents of Homes when water began flowing into their living rooms. Midway. Airport the world s by the associated press Region began mopping up Satur Day after an overnight cloudburst arid electrical storm which flooded base merits and. Halted Utility service in thousands of Homes closed streets and roads and caused property damage to. Run to the millions. The weather Bureau. Warned of possible locally severe bunder storms Over the rest of the state saturday night but lifted a special severe weather forecast for the Central third of at 1p.m. The special1 forecast had warned of possible damaging winds and Hail. The cities of Gary and Ham mond were hard the same storm which virtually paralysed Chicago Friday night and Early saturday. A powerful wind described by residents As a Small Tornado demolished an Airport hangar at Cedar Lake South of the two Cit ies. V no injuries were reported Des Pite the. Extent of. The damage was re ported unofficially at 8 inches. Electrical Power was shut off at one time or another during. The night to More than Homes by lightning hits on about 50 transformers or of Northern Indiana Public service co. The Little Calumet River be tween Hammond and Highland was flooding saturday morning and sandbagging operations were started. Gary like reported thousands of basements flooded and floors and Walls of Many Homes buckling or lightning set fire to a Chemi Cal warehouse of e. I. Dupont de Nemours co. At six Drums of inflammable materials exploded and flames destroyed three fourths of the 74-by-125-foot building. Vav dozens of other fires were started by lightning but the downpour put most of. Them put quickly. No report was available total rainfall at Gary but the de luge in nearby Chicago was 6.11 inches. Busiest air Down when runways were inundated and. Thousands of travellers were stranded in waiting rooms of the terminal ankle deep in water. Phone service was knocked out when five water gushed into a room housing dial equip ment. Spokesmen from the Illinois Bell Telephone co. Reported late Satur Day that approximately phones were out of order in the Chicago area. They estimated equipment damage at Well above one million dollars. The havoc created by the storm included runaway Coal Barge knocked a Milwaukee Railroad Bridge into the rain swollen Chicago River in Juring two Bridge tenders. Of the famous Lake Shore drive were inundated and closed by Park District police. Rev. Thomas Zimmer will speak at St. Mary s alumni event the Rev. Thomas j. Superintendent of Central Cath Olic High school Lafayette will deliver the principle address at the annual St. Mary s alumni association dinner and dance at lenders july 20. The Rev. For. Zimmer was formerly the assist ant pastor at St. Mary s Cath Olic Church Here from june 1952 until june 1955 and in the Spring of the latter year was appointed As the assistant Chap lain at the Purdue University Chapel where he served Over a year. Prior to his departure from Anderson the Rev. For. Zimmer was Active in Many civil and Community projects As Well As religious activities. He served on the family service Board of the. Community Chest and was. One of the directors of the Tom. He reorganized arid was Moderator of the St Mary s Tum to 3, column e record set by state Revenue collections Indianapolis the e state Revenue department said Satur Day it collected a record total of in the 1956-57 fiscal year which ended. June .30 an 8.82 per cent increase Over 1955-56. Of the total the Gross income tax brought in com pared with the Previ Ous year. The 50 per cent increase in the Gross income did not go into effect until july 1, when the present fiscal year began so rates were the same in both years. But the 50 per cent increase in motor fuel taxes which went into effect March 15, contributed to a 13 per cent increase in Revenue from that source. The 1956-57 total was new arrivals in Andersen and Vicinity born at St. John s Hospital to or. And mrs. Earl de Wees 335vi e. Cross St., a or. And mrs David Martin 903 w. 23rd St., a boy. Or. And Montague 416 w. A girl. Or. And mrs. James Turner 2719 Monroe St., a boy. Or. And mrs. Thomas Hayden Pendleton a girl. Or and mrs. Harry Evans 3342 Canaday dr., a boy. Or. And mrs. James Crick Marion a Rev. Thomas Zimmer Indiana s most Moi Derry v prescription Center. Exclusive health and sick room service inc. Bank phone 2-4416

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