Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 30, 1960 · Page 19
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 19

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, October 30, 1960
Page 19
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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30,19». THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE NINETEEN U.S. Makes Show Of Force As Marines Land In Cuba By JOHN M. HIGHTOWER 'WASHINGTON (AP) --What ever its real intention, the-Unitet States .-made a show of force in the classic pattern Saturday when the Navy S6;!i 1,450 Marines to its Guantanamo base in Cuba for the •weekend. / At a time'when Cuba is becom ing increasingly a Soviet pawn in East-West power politics' . the Marine landing—even though officially not related to the Cuban tensions—is expected in diplomatic and military quarters here to have.these results: 1. To demonstrate to the Communist - oriented government ol Prime Minister Fidel. Castro that the United States intends to make normal use-of its base rights at Guantanamo despite Cuban attacks on the 57-year-old-treaty establishing those rights. 2. To remind Castro "that the United States has in readiness forces to deal with any emergency which Castro might decide to create. -. - ' 3. To show, by withdrawing the Marines on Monday as promised, that the United States is not iri- teresfe>5 in building up at Guantanamo the military strength which might be considered useful if this country were planning aggressive action against Cuba. The Eisenhower, administration has determined to defend Guantanamo should Castro's military forces attack it. The 'decision to fight if attacked w;s announced by the chief of naval operations, Adm. Arleigh A. Burke, earlier this month. Actually top officials do riot expect an attaqk and do not see a military-conflict between Cuba and-the United States as the true' danger in -the crisis. Nor is direct Soviet 'intervention, as once threatened 'by Soviet Premier Khrushchev, considered a real-danger. In fact, State Department officials are intrigued by some evidence tfiat Khrush- chev'wants'to place a distinct limit on - his commitment to Castro. v Interesting is the way in which Moscow handled Saturday a Khrushchev interview a week ago with a group: of Cuban newspapermen. A report published Friday in the semiofficial Havana newspaper Eevolucion put the emphasis on Khrushchev's statemen that Soviet missiles' were ready to" assist Cuba if needed,-thougl it would be better to avoid fusing rockets. The Soviet news agency Tass by contrast, quoted. Khrushche- as saying that "Promised rdcke aid to Cuba should be considera symbolic." Tass also reports Khrushchev would, prefer .hi. statement "regarding aid to Cuba in case of armed aggression against that country" to be con sidered symbolic. This change of • tone from Khrushchev's threats of last sum mer struck diplomats here as another indication of a possible change of tactics by the Soviel deader. ' •'•'•• Having campaigned with bitter words against President Eisen- lower since the U2 spy plane incident last May, Khrushchev may WOW THRU TUES, Open 1 p. m. Starts ot 1:30-3:30-S:30~7:35-9:40 Plus Cartoon. now be shifting course.toward a new target—that', is, .a • summil conference with the next Ameri can president sometime next year . .There has been a general ex pectation that Khrushchev wouk at some poin't begin to try to create pressures calculated to lead 'to a 1961 summit conference 'where he might'win.-concessions from the West. While strongly backing Castro and pouring arms into his country, Khrushchev may well be determined that his Cuban policy should not wreck his over-al strategy. If that is a correct Washington assumption, t Castro must be expected to feel the check of the Soviet reins from :time to time. , ' , It is widely believed in the State Department that Khrushchev is well aware that Cuba is in the zone of primary U. S, security in terest—just as U. S, '-officials recognized four years ago thai Hungary : was in the region of major concern for Soviet security. This "fact would serve as another limitation .on Khrushchev's commitment to Castro in engaging in any military'ventures—such as an attack on Guantanamo—which might :.embarrass, if not actually involve,' the Soviet Union. Khrushchev evidently hopes that Cuba will -be able -to serve as-a base for subversive .operations against other American countries without interfering with Khrush- che'v's larger schemes - for. 'expanding Communist influence. The .United States thus does not so muA fear a , direct ..military clash with Castro forces'-as it fears expanding subversive opera- ions eeainst other American na- aons. The 'major U.S. defensive steps> in the next few weeks—like Friday's call for action^ by a lemispheric good offices committee—will be directed toward rally rig other countries to joint economic and political defensive efforts. ,. Hospital Notes -. , MEMORIAL Mr, 'and Mrs. Roy Bu'sch, "7 Glenway Drive, are parents, a daughter. A son was born to Mr. an Mrs.' Lloyd Bennett, route Royal Center. •Admitted: Mrs. Athaline Co rad, Star City; Herman 'Dietz Athel Bagwell, route 1; t Claud Pugh, Winamac.;' Ernest Hi sher, 1922 Market; Rell Stampe 1300 'N. Third; Wilhelm Obe loher,' Kewannat Mrs. - Alh Gaby, 322'/a Fourth; Henry Whi ing, Kewanna; Lloyd Zimmer man, .1526 Cleveland; Mrs." Aim Neff, 110 Hammond; Mrs: Ann Pruett, 728 Franklin.Dismissed: Mrs.- Patricia Ba er, 130 E. Mia'mi; Mrs. Margar Beck, Burnettsville; Mrs. Lett Beckley, 911 Helm; Master, De nis Cowley, .2121 Wright; Mi. Shannon and Miss Stepham Davis, 317 E. Main; Richar Holle, route 1; Miss Marian Lutz,' 2515 Stadium Drive; Mr Mary .'Miller, Kankakee, EL^Ca vin , Shanks, 1615 Wright;. Mr Hazel Turner, route 2; Mr Clara Warner and daughter, Sti City; Tony Stratton, Richmonc Miss-Janyce Walker, ro.ute 6 Chester Buchanan, 1210 .George Mrs. Nellie : Strauch, 1517 'Usher Robert Abney, 724 Jv r . Sixth; Mi Teresa Whiteman,^route' 1, Id ville; .Donald Harshman, 27'/4 V Box Office Opens : "5:15 p. m. ". ' 80e-25e Mat. Sar. A Sun. only NOW PLAYING THRU TUESDAY tot sun was witness to their shameless sin! -so they thought Your Home Deserves Tfte Besff i . ' . . . and the best heating equipment is Mueller Ciima- ' - trol. When you let us install Mueller Climatroj automatic heating you -can be sure you're receiving'the i most, dependable, most satisfying, and most fuel- v thrifty heating possible. It's designed to fit your budget too. You'll be amazed how little it costs to own Climatrol automatic heating. Stop in at our display room, to learn all about carefree, worryfre* Mueller Climatrol automatic heating. Install Mow! 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Africa RABAT, Morocco (AP) - A Moroccan .newspaper: with close ties to, the government-suggested Saturday that other North African countries'join., the war. against France in. Algeria. Al Fajr, an Arabic daily which Columbia; 'Master James Ellin; ton, 214 C. street; Mrs. Naom Rector, route .2, Culver; Mr Sylvia -Howard, 1401 Michigan Mrs. Garnette • - Neumann, 113 PleasantvHill; Miss. Sharon Garc ner, Camden;, Mrs. Sandra '.Ba cus, 14 E. Dewey; Mrs. Ann Brew, Royal Center; Mrs. Edyth Davis,.-.. Russiayille; Miss Lon Schirm, route 4; Mrs. Jimmi Blackwell and daughter, 736 Sixth. ST. JOSEPH'S Mr arid Mrs. Carl Scheffer Star City, -'are parents of » son A son was born to Mr. and Mrs Joseph - Sprinkle, Walton. Admitted: Mrs. Amelia .Hines Lafayette; 'Mrs. Joanna Car wright, Lafayette; Mrs.. Bett Shambaugh, Flora; Mrs. Lucill Martin; 2716 Sunset Lane; . Mis Lynn Rombold, 824 Sixteenth. •Dismissed:, Mrs. Sarah Stilwel •Monticello;' Mrs." -Stella Hicks 202B George; Mrs.. Irene • Law 1306 Lobeliar'Mrs. .Mary, Throg morton,. ;1831V£ Market; . Mrs Orva. Dixon; 118 Be/ River;, Mrs Mildred Haynes,; Winamac; Mrs Doris- Rentschler, route 6;- Mis Julia Sailors', Walton; Maste Richard Maughmer,' Walton Charles Dyer, Royal Center Reverend Homer Studebaker, Os sian, Ind. Red Army Deserter Foundln Apartment MOSCOW (AP) — After, hiding out. 18'-years -in his parents'-Mos cow 'apartment, Red army deserl er-.Yevgeny- Chernobrov, 37, was forced out, only to discover' he could have done so long before and all would have been forgiven The .: newspaper Evening Mos cow .told the 'story'., Saturday: Early; in World,War TBCherno- brov ran away from his -unit ant went home". When the aparfmen building was torn down .recently IB gave himself up. Then he was :old there had 1 been a genera! amnesty, for deserters. 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