Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 6, 1957 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, June 6, 1957
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Thursday Evenfng, June ff, 1937. Former President Of Ecuador Speaks To Dairy Cattlemen INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—An address by Sr. Galo Plaza, former president of Ecuador, highlighted the Tuesday session of the 72nd annual convention of the Hoistein- Friesian Association of America here. Plaza, president of the Holstein- Friesian Association of Ecuador, spoke at a luncheon meeting as the convention entered the second day of its 4-day convention. Plaza was introduced lo the dairy cattle owners from the 48 states and several foreign eoua tries by Albert B. Craig, president of the association. The former chief executive of the tiny South American country told the gathering of 2,000 he would refrain from telling them about the raising of cattle in his country because that "would make for an interesting talk but not an Important one." Instead Plaza, one of the leading Hoistein herd owners in the world, directed his remarks to the prob lems facing the United States and the responsibilities of its citizens. Citis Communist Threat Plaza dwelt at some length on the smallness f the world since the .advent of the air age and the present threat of Communism. He said the Soviet Union's policy Is dictated by a small group of men and is a well-planned, care fully studied blueprint for action while this country does not have a long-range foreign policy. "This is not the fault of your government; you cannot put the blame on the President or on the Congress or on the State Department," Plaza said. "The blame is yours, because you have failed to understand the new role your country has assumed since the end of the last year, you still cling to conceptions of the past, only when the people of the United States become fully aware of the changes that have taken place in the world, during recent yoars and how these changes affect their lives, will the government be able to chart a foreign policy with a full backing and understanding of the people." "Readjust Thinking" The former ambassador to the United States said "fast air transportation, the use of atomic energy in weapons of war and the systematic spreading of Communistic propaganda have to be taken into account in planning ways and means to protect your way of life." "For these reasons, everybody ... should keep abreast of events, try to readjust their thinking to these fast changing times and help create a strong, and clear public tpirvion on international affairs that will give your government the backing it needs to chart an effective foreign policy for your protection," Plaza said. Plaza said his home is' a thousand miles away but "I share with you th e same dangers and the *ame hopes." Other highlights of Tuesday's session incluViod an address of welcome by Mark Mansfield, president of the Hoistein - Fric-sian Breeders of Indiana; instroduclion of Shari Lewis, American Dairy Association princess; re-port of a special committee on brood cow recognition; a report on "30 Years of Breeding Research with Holstein-Friesian Cattle at Bells- ville"; a ladies tour of Indianapo- is by bus, and observation of sale of cattle at the Indiana State Fair Grounds. UNLUCKY ELEVEN TRURO, Mass. — Anthony R. Francis may well be the most defeated political candidate in U. S. history. In the 1957 town election, he ran for 11 elective offices ranging from selectman to cemetery trustee—and was 'defeated in all 11 contests. ~" Handley and Four Others to Receive Honorary Degrees BLOOMINGTON, Irid. Governor Handley and four other i w - Cordier, graduate and former faculty member at Manchester to president Herman B. Wells, are Burton Y. Berry, native of Fowler, who has been deputy and acting Assistant Secretary of State (Uf>)_ and ambassador to Iraq; Andrew Hoosiers will receive honorary degrees Monday at Indiana University's ment. 128th annual commence- College, now executive assistant to the Secretary-General of the United Nations; Lee A. DuBridge, native of Terre Haute, well-known Handley will receive his degree, 1 physicist and president of Califor- on the 25th anniversary of his: n i a institute of Technology, and anniversary of h i s .graduation prank H. Sparks, former president, from IU. am j now -chairman of the board of The other recipients, according Asks Tavern Closing Ruling INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Atty. Gen. Edwin Steers today asked that the Indiana Supreme Court order Hoqsier taverns to close at midnight Central Daylight Time. Steers filed a writ of prohibition, It asked the-high court to dissolve a restraining order issued by Marion Superior Judge John Ryan, trustees of Wabash College. 409-415 E. BROADWAY PROGRESSIVELY NEW SINCE 1882 Cool;.cool bamboo! It gives your home that relaxed, sophisticated look that's a part of tropical summer living at its best! Our cedar-stained bamboo sun-blinds are ideal for porches! Smart homemakers find that they make decorative window treatments indoors, too. Get yours soon; also see our summer furniture of-the latest styling and the best quality. 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