Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of this page. Add to Cart

Anderson Sunday Herald Newspaper Archives Aug 4 1957, Page 3

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
Anderson Sunday Herald (Newspaper) - August 4, 1957, Anderson, Indiana Sunday August 4, 1957 Anderson sunday Herald Page 3 . Diplomat draws Ceylon press attack Colombo Ceylon it up local newspapers saturday called ambassador designate Maxwell la Gluck a i done to know Gluck and suggested How grind some Way to get out of his appointment As envoy to Ceylon. A the kind of publicity Gluck has Bee getting Here Quot the morning times commented a makes it very unlikely that he could function effectively or comfortably in Ceylon a i he Cey Lonese press has been pouring out copy critical of Gluck since he disclosed he did not know the name of Ceylon a prime minister Solomon West Ridgway Dias Bandaranaike. The chinese communist radio piping also entered the controversy saturday. A piping broadcast heard in London quoted the Ceylon daily news As remarking a Gluck is the first american we know to have actually admitted his ignorance on a subject Quot the Public discussion ranging from jests to harsh pm scism was stepped up following Secretary of state Joh fomer Dulles London comments of Friday. Dulles said that it she i United states were to limit its selection of envoys to Ceylon to those who knew the country s prime minister a we would have a limited the times said saturday that a the Case of Maxwell Gluck was becoming a More and More embarrassing to everybody with a each explanation for him. Quot it is not necessary for an ambassador to know everything about the country to which he is appoint the newspaper said. A what disturbs us is that Gluck seemed at the time of questioning to know next to nothing about world events generally and especially the most important political document of the year the i n report on nobody doubts his Goodwill Quot the paper added a and he undoubtedly has a desire to Soro his country but he seems to be the wrong kind of person for a diplomatic Post a it is in no spirit of mischief that we suggest Gluck find some Way to get out of the appointment to Ceylon that he has peer criticizes Queen s speech starts storm i Tendon Walord Altrincham who describes Queen Elizabeth a speaking style As a a Spain in the neck a said saturday the British monarchy will collapse if people cannot talk about it. The 33-year-old Peers audacious criticism of Queen Elizabeth ii and other members of the Royal family came in a Magazine article but he backed it up with a flood of Frank comments from his Home London newspapers wheeled up big guns and hit Back at him. Writing in the conservative National and English review a which he edits a lord Altrincham pounced on the Queen s speech making. Quot the personality conveyed by the utterances which Are put into her Mouth is that of a priggish schoolgirl Captain of the hockey team a prefect and a recent candidate Lur he wrote. A the relatively classless society of King George v unfortunately is no to he seen in his granddaughters. The Queen and Princess Margaret still Bear the de butantes stamp a commenting on the Queens speeches a Buckingham Palace spokesman said j important speeches by the Queen Are usually drafted by the minister concerned. Other speeches Are prepared by one of her private hitting out at the people around a he Queen Laird Altrincham said Quot the Queen s entourage those who serve Lier from Day to Day. Who accompany her when she travels and so of wit ii her Wien she eats Are almost without exception people of the a Tweedy sort he added that the court had a failed lamentably to move with the time a there was no mention in the article of Prince Philip the Young peer who a Oner fined five pounds�?$4�?for Knock Stelter honoured army Cpl. Toland j. Stolter son of or. And mrs. Huey c. Spelter Alexandria indecently was named Soldier of the month t o r i h e Munich sub area in Germany. Cpl Stelter a radio operator in Headquarters detachment of the Southern area command in Munich. Was selected in Competition on a basis of neatness knowledge of military subjects and efficient i performance of assigned duties. Overseas since july 1933, to entered the army in August 1948 and ample de ii a s i c combat training at fort Knox. Tkv Stelter is a former student at Alexandria highs it Bool East has record heat 2nd storm strikes Chicago by the associated press record heat in the East and a second jolting storm within 24 hours for Chicago were among the nations weather extremes saturday. The Mercury reached too de Grees at Baltimore md., in mid afternoon equalling a record for aug. 3 set in 1931. It was 90-degree weather Over much of the South j As Well As along the Atlantic coast with Boston sweltering m the 90s, Chicago recorded a 16-degree temperature drop from a muggy 80 to 70 degrees during a crashing thunderstorm. The storm struck shortly before noon ripping Down Power lines flooding streets and basements and swamping dozens of sailboats on Lake Michigan Friday night. Chicago was better by a Squall that launched hailstones Over the area and caused some damage from High winds. The saturday thunderstorm with 30 m p h. Gusts dropped an official i 45 inches of rain in two hours with heavier amounts apparent in some sections of the City and its suburbs. Trait in a goes to Okinawa Marine pfc. David a Cleveland son of or. And mrs. Prank Cleveland 1024 Chase St recently departed for duty in Okinawa ofter completing training at Camp Pendleton Calif. Investigation starts in Utah farm labor pay hiked Fargo n d i p t a farm ers in All parts of the country Are paying higher rates for hired workers than they paid a year ago according to a College of tran expert Valter Wilson associate agricultural economist at the North Dakota agricultural College. Said the climb in wages since last year reflects a trend that has been continuous since the 1n30�?Ts except for the years from 1948 to 1950. Citing the Western North Central states As an example wit son said farm wages have been boosted 3.1 per cent from 1956 to 1957. The significance of the trend p that farm wage rates have advanced More than the Index of All farm costs Wilson said. It Means that Farmers having difficulty getting farm labor at a Price they can pay might further mechanize their operations come Home Max it s delightfully Cool since we got our new Gibson air conditioner. You con be it now in our Home or at Model Home stores 1228 Meridian 2400 Columbus ave. My off a policeman a helmet when he was a student at the Queen should be surrounded by advisors and companions with As Many different backgrounds As possible lord Altrincham a Magazine had hardly hit the streets when London newspapers began hitting Back at him. A lord Marin Cham a attack being personal is said lord Beaver Brooks daily express in the Conser vate daily Telegraph columnist Peterborough wrote Quot i have never heard criticism put with greater exaggeration tor More offence Quot the a ago of Empire loyalists demanded that lord Altrincham apologize a league spokesman said his organization also messaged the director of Public prosecution a King what action he planned to i take against the critical peer. Lord Altrincham did t spare the Queen Mother either. In blasting the Queens style at the microphone he wrote Quot like her Mother sh1 appears to lie unable to string i on a few sentences together without a written text a defect which is particularly regrettable when she can lie seen by her audience a Queen Elizabeth plans to speak to a television audience for the first time this coming Christmas lord Altrincham said Palace officials defend the Queens Reading from prepared speeches As a safeguard against indiscretions or in i s u odor St and i nos. A but this is Humbug Quot said his lordship. A the occasional lapse even if it were to occur would do very Little harm by comparison w till the immense Good which would be done if the Queen appeared to speak from the from his Home in stylish residential Belgravia Inird Alt Indiana an were his critics. I have made my Point a he told reporters. A i meant every word and i have no regrets a a your monarchy is the kind of monarchy that can be discussed in that he said in defense of his article. A but if it becomes a sort of religious establishment that people cannot talk about because it is so holy if will state teachers admitted Frankfurt Germany the Indiana state teachers Assn. Saturday was admitted to associate membership in the world Congress of the teaching profession at Frankfurt Germany. Infertile Heifer produces milk Burlington. It h p production of 7,759 pounds of four per cent milk in a year in t a startling accomplishment for a cow. However when an animal milks that Well without Ever having had a calf it i a hit unusual or. W b. Burrell associate animal pathologist at the Vermont agricultural Experiment station explained that the infer til Heifer was brought into production by hormone injections. Despite above average production. Molly a a Beefy Type 11>1-Stein heifers was t Able to show i profit. A taking into account the Cost of feed labor and hormones compared with Revenue from the milk a he added a a it was decided that the deficit was about $90 a a a Crawfordsville guard unit wins Ike trophy Cam Al Mccoy wis a up Rattery \. 139th Field artillery battalion of Crawfordsville saturday was awarded the Eisenhower trophy As the a a bests unit of tho Indiana National guards 38th infantry division in training Here. The Battery is headed by Apt i Charlesk White meanwhile the 38th division passed in review before gov Harold Handley after completing its first week of training. Handley flew Here Friday tor a two Day inspection of the division ii was scheduled to Fly to Madison saturday afternoon to join his wife and daughter. Martha. Nighttime doom and at least 55 underpasses were tilled with water. Thunderstorms were the Rule however Over wide areas. The weather Bureau said a series of thunderstorms Over much of Oregon and Washington was unusually heavy for this time of year. In the sultry Southeast there were a number of thunderhead with some heavy Rains i the area. Tampa. Fla., received a 2-Mch rain during the Forenoon a violent thunderstorm pelted Miami with rain and Hail for 15 minutes and lightning injured a woman in suburban Coc onut j Grove. The storm was accompanied by wind gusts up to 6.5 Miles an hour which did some damage to windows hailstones were described As Quarter Inch size. A line of thunderstorms marked the leading Edge of a Cool front which brought Relief from several Days of hot weather to the Northern Plains Ami the Western great lakes Region this cim11 mass expanding to the East and South set off both thunderstorm activity and Relief from heat for the Southeast the weather Bureau said. Similar weather conditions prevailed Over the North Atlantic coast much of the West had fair weather with temperatures ranging from typical he it in the Southwest desert to mild on the West coast. I was Cool in much of the Rocky Mountain area where skies were generally Cloudy. A Fishers by he r Al Nion Fishers Burg a today the Fishers Burg school reunion will be held at the Home of or. And mrs. Fred Whetsel of Fishers Burg with a noon Basket dinner. The Public is invited in t ase of rain the reunion will be Brid in the Lapel Lions Hall. Andrew Montgomery is president and Nancy Montgomery is Secretary of the reunion organization. Convict uprising Point of the Mountain Utah Tup i a sixteen Utah state prison inmates were held in segregation i Ells saturday while authorities investigated a Brief and bloodless riot in which 20 persons including 14 women were held hostage Friday night. Acting Warden Walter d. Huff who Cut Short a vacation to return Here saturday morning said he was a extremely pleased with the handling of the disturbance a major riot rocked the prison Only Loa february. Ach Tiff said the flare up was not a riot hut the work of a hard Core of Long term inmates a a great majority of the prisoners actually feel chagrined Over the actions of the few a lie said. Tile trouble began when a Small band of convicts armed with knives and baseball bats charged onto a recreation Hall stage As hostages they took j 4 women members of a a Kitchen of rhythm Etter hand who were entertaining inmates with number played on Wash tubs. Scrub boards and Kitchen utensils also captured briefly were three mini who accompanied the women to the prison and three prison officials All hostages were released unharmed after prison guards carrying sawed off shotguns and pistols threatened to Rush the troublemakers. Achuff said he thought Only a few of the 16 segregated inmates actually were behind the trouble. They will face a disciplinary Board monday. The acting Warden said none of the inmates had in on an explant non for the disturbance a normally you might think this was an attempt at escape or for bargaining but not in this he said he said morale at the prison was High saturday and most inmates appeared glad the troublemakers had been taken from their midst. Knowland sees no Ike threat of rights veto Washington it up it Senate Republican Leader William f. Knowland said today he saw no veto threat in president Eisenhower s caustic criticism of the civil rights Hill expected to pass the Senate next week Knowland who fought in vain to keep the legislation As the president wanted it and As the House approx cd it told reporters it was Eisenhower s practice to withhold judgment on a Bill until it reaches Lam for signature. I he made these statements after a breakfast meeting with the president to discuss the measure and other legislation to be considered before Congress adjourns. Knowland said he had m doubt the president was disappointed by the Senate vote this week to attach a jury trial amendment to he High to vote provision in lie Bill. He it reported he told Eisenhower he hoped a House Senate conference committee would make a substantial changes Quot in the Bill As it was approved by the Senate Quot a major overhauling needs to i in Lima be _ some changes in the Senate version. The Senate has completed consideration of amendments to the legislation but can still hear debate on whether it should pass. Senate leaders Hope for a final1 Vole by the Middle of next thirteen Southern democratic opponents of the Bill conferred saturday morning in the office of their unofficial Leader sen. Richard b Russell id a it. Russell called the meeting Quot a Bull session a a up to this he said. Quot there has been no filibuster and no filibuster was planned Here this he add d that he expected a final vote on the Bill Quot within a reasonable time but declined to suggest a specific Date. Any senator could make a Long speech in the Bill he said. But he would he surprised if anyone spoke for More than two hours. Russell said it was his personal View tho Senate would nut ask for i conference with the House when the Bill parses he would return it to the House and let that chamber Dei Ade whether to accept the Senate version or ask for a conference committee t As it will Pas the Senate the Bill would provide for a commission to invert Gate violations of civil rights a new assistant attorney general to handle Mil rights cases and Roe of injunctions to Iii. I i we a a or a Robert Gates will install Hackett Post officers tuesday Robert Gates Columbia City son of former governor Ralph remains convinced that the Job of controlling disarmament is in ital a it must be pursued Writh unwavering Resolution a 30th 4-h fair continued front Peg one fete who was recently elected Hude paint. Indiana department command Fedr s a re e a or of the american legion will is pets of Home eco visit Anderson this tuesday to building install new officers of the14-h electrical display Oil Lilg a a George Hockett Post no. 127. Roads to keep Down dust an cd Arthur Kollros of Anderson spreading Limestone in the slivered nth elected Northern Indi Stock show ring. Ana vice commander of the leg the Large Home show livestock Ion. Will serve As master of show tents have been erected ceremonies for tuesdays pro and Are ready to accept project Gram. The meeting is open to and displays tomorrow members of the women s Aux program for monday which is diary. Not open to the Public is As new officers of the rocket a follows Post to be installed Art Robert 8 30 a in. To 4 a set up Dunlap commander Hugh beg Home economics building. Judge Ley first vice commander Rob crafts Home improvements and a of Carr second vice command food preservation. Selection of or John Collins adjutant state fair entries. Entering of b. Puckett Chaplin and w a a electrical exhibits. Wallace House chairman. \ p m. To 4 up of the Hockett Post is enrolling livestock pens tables and show members for the coming year Arena and response Nas been Active. A according to Vero Riggins commander. A Dulles seeks continued from fag on the risk of Surprise at acre will be Pendleton woman continued from Pogo oho married in 1916 to Rome Brook Bank. She w As a member of the i at Hort i St Hurch and the order of , Star upon her mar highly placed administration sources said the president will put the full weight of his influence behind any move to Send the Bill to a conference com Nutter. The administration particularly the Justice department feels that the Hill would cause confusion in Many Fields such As anti Trust enforcement and decisions of such Federal regulatory agencies As the National labor relations Board Federal Trade commission securities and Exchange commission Etc. Behind the scenes the administration already was in close touch with key figures in the House and has received assurances that will stand firm in insisting on at least offenders again a right too a injunctions would be entitled to a jury trial it charged with criminal contempt of court but not in civil contempt cases. In a statement Friday Eisenhower denounced Hie jury trial amendment a liter m i y Yuma Colo mrs Beth to Seedorf is careful now about what she tells her son Ricky Mot Long ago she handed Rick a Dollar Hill and told him to share it Vuth your sister. Cheryl Ricky did. He and Cheryl turned up moments later. East h a minium to half of the Hill greatly Dumin bed and sine a n be m ims it he and her Hus a a Jot War is not Apt to be band moved to Tipton where launched unless the aggressor can they lived fur a year and Jib in count on Surprise the danger of mined to Pendleton general War will be survivors include the thus i will then he Quot More possible hand a daughter. Mrs. Wilma to reduce safely the Burden of Jean Tracey Medway Mich. A armaments a he Aid. Brother Charles Gray. Merit he noted that soviet disarm Ohio and two grandchildren men Delegate Valerian a Zorin said Russia would give the West a in proposal careful consideration. As for himself. Dulles said he authors wanted by . Publisher new York no a of Quot of the Iez a or. Larges Hook publish Tahlik l f Gnu or so of of a typos fiction a on f jct my no / spacial attention a now writer. Will change residence Bloomington. Ind. Of a Herman b Wells Indiana univ. Of. I site president for 20 years will a tour work a a ready for pub Otic a. Move into the. University official a a Jck presidents House for the first 4 no a a a Omen new Verit. A and. A inc to fall 27 St. Anderson one hour cleaners across from the Post office phone 3-7611 featuring Quot Martin izing Quot a the most in dry cleaning dry cleaning specials for . Ladies suits mens suits Anderson s one hour cleaners 27 West Lith across from Post office phone 3-7611 Pix i is alway s if i r St o a of for the working Man. Hobbyist. Or just Plain Loafer i As advertised in life Magazine one of the Best buys in America big Mac full Cut matched sets 29 the right weight. The right Guys who like their action free big macs Are proportion sized by our own experts. Give you the real scoop on extras too. Sanford Zed boat sail Drill Waistband and giant pockets rugged reinforced stitching sturdy Zippe flys trim dress up styling. Vat dyed mercerized Sanford Zed. ,. Completely machine we Ashable. 3 8 2 ounce twill pants sizes 29 to ,50 sturdy big Mac Blue jeans 10-Ounc Denim. Proportion fit. Full Cut. Sanfo ired. Six 29 to 44. $ j 79 2 69 6-ounce twill shirts sizes 14 2 to is Penney always first Quality hurry hurry second big week for Penners Price shattering values shop Penney a August Vav a a xxv a it a a Rex a a \ Vovk kv.-. A it it Vav it it re White goods event 7 % w us Stock up new Low prices on generations famous natio sheets the finest 133-count muslims made in America 72x108 and 81x99 Inch Flat White sheets 81x108 Inch size 42x36 Inch cases. 183 37c see them tomorrow of Penney so and Only at Penney us Hugo savings on the finest 133-Counf muslims made in american Penney own Nahon wides. Check the Quality features tensile strength thread count Quality of Cotton Selvage and the Wear is so Superb even hotels and motels buy nation wides a proved Penney Brand one of the most popular sold in America second floor Penney s exclusive Cannon Bath towels save Fibre Glass drapes Pink White Nutmeg Champagne jumbo i Xeia first time at Penney at their priced deep soaking heavy Terry. Blaring Carefree color. Face Towel. 3 for $1 Wash cloths. 6 for $1 2 for 2nd floor v a new room Beauty for you at o savings famous Fibre Glass drapes in a Choice of 4 color each Wilts a beautifully textured surface 48 i inches wide 90 inches Long. Hurry second floor �1 a Smi 4 77 of

Search all Anderson, Indiana newspaper archives

All newspaper archives for August 4, 1957

Browse
Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of the page above.