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Tuesday, May 14, 1957
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Ten Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Reds Moving A-weapons to North Korea American Military Leaders Deeply Concerned By Communist Build-up A UNITED PRESS EXTRA Editor's Note: One of the greatest concerns ef U.S. military leaders i n the Fa Easrt is the unbalanced situation in Korea, where the Communists are reported steadily building strength in violation of the armistice agreement. United Press correspondent Robert Monahan talked with South Korean President Syngman Rhee j Open as a present for his two and American and Korean mill-i grandchildren. the i The way he's playing, he just may do it, too. And remember that at Inverness in Toledo, where Sport Parade By OSCAR FRALEY United Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (UP)—With Jimmy Demaret it's not how old you are but how old you feel, which is why the golfing grandpappy has the sprouts nibbling on their nib- licks as they look forward today lo the U.S. Open. Rainbow Jimmy will be 46 or 47 or 48 two weeks hence. The first is his current figure; the second is admitted in his autobiography and the third comes from close friends. But jovial James has just finished polishing off the Hot Springs Open by playing 12 under par through four rounds to capture his third tournament of the year and now he has designs on the tary commanders to make following report. By ROBERT MON'AHAS ! lhe Open will be staged June 13- Unitcd Press Statf Correspondent 15. the unusual always seems to SEOUL (UP) — Intelligence re- happen. ports show the Communists have brought atomic weapons into North Korea in violation of the armistice agreement. U.S. military commanders, Here Arc Two Examples When it first was held there, in with the i onges[ p i ay off as Billy whose job is 1.0 guarantee^ theje- j Burke beat Ge orge Von Kim in 72 holes. The way he. is playing, Demaret has to be a good bet even though —like another old gaffer named Sam Snead—he never has won it. Jimmy should have in 1948, when curity of the South Korean republic, privately condemn the unbalanced situation here as "militarily unsound." Some go further in private and call it "stupid." Serious consideration has been given by army leaders to abrogating Paragraph 13-D of the armistice agreement, which forbids the introduction of new and modern equipment into Korea. Korean President. Syngman Rhee told United Press in an interview that the danger of an attack from the north is greater now '.ban any lime since the armistice was signed four years ago. lie said he would welcome guided bases in South Korea. missile i Iron Leige Is Favorite BALTIMORE (UP)-Eddie Arcaro's blast at Bold Ruler, two withdrawals and a fine workout indicated today Iron liege will be the favorite Saturday when "Maryland, My Maryland" signals the start of the 81st Preakness. Here's how Iron Liege, surprise j winner of the May 4 Kentucky! Derby, surged to the fore as : "Preakness Week" began Monday at the old Pimlico track: —Gallant Man, second in the Derby, was withdrawn from the $100,000 added Preakness because he hasn't recovered from his Derby tussle with Iron Liege. —Gen. Duke, the Calumet Farm colt who missed the Derby because of a sore left front foot, worked a mile between the first and second races and pulled up lame. Trainer Jimmy Jones said the co!t re-injured the fool, would no', run in the Preakness and would be taken out of training "indefinitely." —Iron Liege, who gave Calumet its sixth Derby triumph when Gen. Duke went lame, followed his slablemate on the track and produced one of the fastest work- OULS in Pimlico history. Although throttled down by jockey Oliver Cutshaw through the last furlong, he did a mile in 1:37 4-5, only one - fifth of a second off the track's 34-year-old record. REUNION IN YOKOHAMA he came in with a new record of — Arcaro :l;en had to whip Wheatiey Stable's Bold Ruler, a 273. But while he sat in the club-|f ( house, Ben Hogan came through i with a winning 27fi. In the surprise whioh attended , Jimmy's two earlier triumphs this spring, at Palm Springs ;\nd Baton Rouge, Demaret came up wi;h a technical explanation that iL was all clue to a change in his grip. Actually il was a change in his grip on life. Demaret always has been golfs 'I j poor fourth in the Derby, to de, ? * . , ' l " 6 , one-sixteenl.h Preakness According to intelligence sources No - ' laughing boy. I remember a night before he was to play in line semi-finals of the PGA. At 3 a.m. he still was cutting up liquid louches with the boys and led a f</ul shooling conlest—using young i Walter Hagen's white calfskin the Communists have: —Brought atomic weapons into North Korea and taught their army how to use them. —Built more than 20 fields capable of handling jets in North j Korea only minutes away from I ', shoes and a giant silver bow! half. vital targets in the south. —Built up a 770-plane air force which includes some 500 Mig jet fighters and about 100 Soviet-built twin-jet IL28 attack bombers. —Increased the North Korean army from 287,000 • men at armistice time to 392,000 today. American commanders say that, on the other hand, the United Nations Command has scrupulously observed the armistice terms. The result is that anti - Communist forces are equipped with inferior, outdated equipment, the commanders report. Rhee told United Press that the Communists are aware of their "superior power" and "confident that another surprise attack might really succeed this time." Vernon Scoffs Rumor He Will Boss Nats BOSTON (UP; - Boston Red Sox first baseman Mickey Vernon laughingly claimed no inter- full of potato salad. The next day he was, rubbed out rather rapidly. Passing it off nonchalantly, lie coined one of his most widely-used expressions: "Oh, well, in at four — out in 40." Now, as befils one of golf's elder statesmen, he still has the nest but the extreme exuberance 1:43 3-5. impressed. Convoy was a distant last in the field of three. Probably not more than seven will run in the Preakness. Besides Iron Liege and Bold Ruler, Federal Hill, Inswept, Nah Miss and Promised Land appear fairly certain to si art. Cain Hoy Stable Tuesday Evening, May 14, Road Routes Are Revealed INDIANAPOLIS (UP)— Indiana highway officials have released information on proposed routes for stretches of four interstate roads under a new policy of unveiiing route locations to prevent any chance o fspeculation on land. Chairman John Peters said Monday the routes would be madej public in all cases as soon as they! JAMESTOWN Va. (UP) —The are approved by the Federal Bu- ro n of mn Century drums and reau of Public Roads. | ( j le roar O f 2 0th Century jets Peters announced inesc routes: j combined Monday to mark lh« U.S. 31—From its junction with 1350th anniversary of the landing Ind. 7 near Columbus to a point! at Jamestown, north of Uniontown the new route | The English settlers who land- will be west of the present route. I ed May 13, 1607 formed the first From near Uniontown to near! permanent settlement in the new Austin, the new route will be east | world. Flashing Jets Thrill Crowd At Jamestown Contrasts Mark Celebration of 1550th Anniversary of Landing of First Settlers Some of the nation's top dignitaries were on hand, including Vice President Nixon, Assistant Secretary of Slate Waller Robert- Assistant Secretary for Air Dudley Sharp, TAG (Tactical Air Two members of a Logansport family were reunited recently when WAC Specialist Third Class Lillian S. Willis and Army Ptc. Eizic T. Willis met on the Army pier at Yokohama, Japan. The two, arc children of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Willis, 2216 Jefferson street, and It was the first time in more than! 14 months that they had seen each other. Miss Willis has been assigned to the signal section at the US Army Transportation Terminal Command, Japan, for 14 months and Eizic was passing through Yokohama on his way to an Army assignment in Korea. The troopship, General M. M. Patrick, on which he was a passenger, stopped briefly in Yokohama to discharge dependents and troops slated for assignments in Japan, and Elzie vas given a pass so that lie could see his sister before continuing the trip to Korea. Brother and sister celebrated the occasion with dinner at the army mess hall and spent the evening . of the present route. From near i Austin to Jeffersonville, the new route will be west of present route. U.S. 421—Now route nearly parallels old route from near Indianapolis to Greensburg, Ihen | Command) Commander Gen. O.P. follows near Uie present route of j Weyland, Virginia Gov. Thomas Ind. 46 to a point near Rossburg. [ B. Stanley and U.S. Sen. Harry U.S. 52—New route will be lo-jP. Byrd (D-Va.). cated west of present route from i But despilc the great show of north of Indianapolis to point near brass, the nearly 3,500 spectator* Royalton, and east of ^resent! who thronged the mall of the ul- route from near Royallon touring one of the city's shopping districts. (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) Rising Birth Rate May Be Deterrent To (j. S. Economy WASHINGTON (UP)—The Population Reference Bureau questions whether "more babies mean more business." "Many economists believe that decide later in the week rapid population growth is a drag whether it will send One-Eyed I on rising levels of living, 1 the bu- King down from Now York for ; reau > a private research organixa tne race. a bulletin released tion, said in today. "9" 1 ' 6 cleai ' 1 - v > quantity is ai- ready threatening quality in cciu- Archers Earns Upset \i' , /•» n-n- reay reaening quay n ccu- VlCrory Uver UlBlOSe ! cation" where elementary and sec- NKW YORK (UP) — Promoter : ondary schools are "bursting at Teddy Brenner wants a rematch just as soon as welter weights. Jimmy Archer and Tony DiBiase heal the wounds suffered in Monday night's bloody TV thriller at St. Nicholas Arena. Brown-haired Archer, a West Side stevedore, almost flattened has been brought under control, idark - haired, cqllegiale DiBiase Considering that he always had! with a terrific last-round barrage the game, he remains one of those | that earned him an upset, split to beat. And in the Open they : decision and snapped Tony's un- -- — -..-~~ must hole them all, so easy-going beaten string at 19 straight. l>al) y boom youngsters enter the Jcmes won't be beating himself: "IL was the fight of the year," by conceding so many putts, as [declared Brenner. And the yelling, he has done so often in the past.' arm-waving j,574 fans, who wit- jnessed the savage brawl between j the 22-year-old longshoreman and the 21-year-old geology sludcnt of Astoria, N.Y., seemed lo agree est whatsoever today in the man-! Brennan Studying Vols' Single-Wing KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (UP)— Football teams taking the field against Notre Dame next fall may hove to be prepared to face a single-wing offense. Irish football coach Terry Bre-n- i nan came here Monday as a guest agership of his former imites, the jof Tennessee's Bowden Wyatt and the seams," it added. Colleges will feel the first impact about I%4. By 1!)70, the college-age population in the United States will be about BO per cent larger than now. And by 1975, about twice as many youngsters will reach theiv 18th birthday as in 1950. Farm Bureau Meeting Held A program honoring mothers and a memorial service for two persons were presented at the meeting of the Deer Creek township Farm Bureau in the Deacon school Monday night, attended by 70 persons. Mrs. Stella Fouts led group singing of "Faith of Our Mothers" with Mrs. John Morgan as pianist, E.'L. Malone Elected Telephone Officer E. L. Malone, district manager of the General Telephone Company of Indiana, has been elected secretary-treasurer of the J. K. Johns- to | Ira-modern, multi - million dollar festival park expressed their greatest interest in actors dressed in ancient costumes and the latest in Air Force jets. The Air Force stole the show. A public address system was Maple Leafs Employ Billy Reay as Coach TORONTO (UP) - Billy Reay, who spent eight years in the Na- rigged up so the spectators could tional Hockey League trying to!hear first-hand the conversation beat the Toronto Maple Leafs, came over to their sicie loclay and began a one-year icrm as coach. between Col. Curios Tallx>tt, leader of a jet flight, and a ground communications crew here. The SB-year-old former member of the Montreal Cnnadiens replaces Howie Meeker, who moved! The three jcU, which less than ghl hours before had taken off 1 London Airport -1,500 miles up to the front office U) tyke over! away, swept overhead at nearly as general manager, a post left : tree-top level. vacant by the retirement two Weyland said that three other months ago of Hap Day. 'F100 Supersabrcs continued on to and Richard Martin gave devo- dent, and Lamar S. Troops of Lions. The memorial service for Nappance, vice president. ton Chapter of the Independent i -phe signing of Reay and Meek-.I'O.s Angeles, where Uioy set a Telephone Pioneer Association. | cr w | w a ] su K , )t a one-year con- new record for non-stop jel fifi'iil- Malone was elected at the 37th tract, completed a major shift in, er .flighr by staying in the ;iir for annual convention of-the Indiana] the club's personnel. Last week|(i,71« miles. They were refueled in Telephone Association held in In-iConn Smythe retired as managing:'he air en route, dianapolis. j director of the club and handed; Other state officers are G. A. 1 over his power to a seven man,pj n j Woman's Body Richwine o{ Conncrsvillo, presi-i committee hea<led by his son, j, «- I.____L p;„-„ v Stafford. In br. Joseph Kiver Mary Heins and Aaron Cree was. The Pioneer club, a notional or- conducted by Mrs. Fouts, who gani/ation for personnel in the in- sang and read a poem. Mrs. Dwight Plank and Mrs. Lowell Morgan wore awarded potted plants by Henry Smith. The Mother's Day program by Pet and Hobby club members included group singing, a recitation by Patty Wilson, a vocal duct by iiVtarta and Teddy Goff, a poem Kent, however, was scoffing primarily- al Ihe thought that he would be offered the Washington manager's post next year when he replied to a local rumor with "1 don't know where they get ideas like thai." He threw such a cloak of absurdity on the whole idea lhat he declined to say what he might do if he was offered the position. BOUND TO .IUIIY INDIANAPOLIS < UP i—Kenneth eir main topic of conversation all. Wyatl is the Southern !TWO Small e's principle exponent of the single-wing formation. Notre Dame long has relied on the T-formallon, hut Brennan with him. Archer, registering his nth consecutive victory, weighed jifi% | State Road Scandal pounds to DiBiasc's 148, but Arcli-\»/., • , er had the heavier artillery Di- " ItneSSCS LeOVB TOT Biase, favored at 12-5, had ihc U. S. Senate Hearing grealcr speed, skill and body- 3 punching abilily. The bureau said Lhe decade be-'recited by Roscanna Rickey and Lween iur>5 and 1!)75 may "be one Stevie House!, a song by Darlenc of trial and tribulation" as these,Johnson, and recitation by Perry Downham, Ellen Morgan, Stephen Wilson, Eber Morgan II, Stephen Plank and Darlene Johnson. A skit was presented by the Rural Youtii, and Lowell Morgan led a policy development discussion. Mothers were presented with memo pads by Pet and Hobby club members. Ice cream was served by the committee, Herbert Nelson, Henry Smith, Max Beck ar.ri Richard dependent telephone industry, was founded in 1020 at Winona Lake, Ind. Organized to develop tho interest and ideals of the independent telephone industry, the group today includes more lhan 4,300 members in the United Slates, Cenlral and South America and Hawaii. The club w;is founded by J. K. Johnston, a 90-year-old engineer who resides in Indianapolis. labor force, get married and set up households of their own. The problems will be these: 'Will Lhei-e be enough jobs for them? Will technology develop the substitutes needed lo replace many resources which are now dwindling?" Admit Starting ChUrch Fire CHICAGO (UP) - Two small boys, one of whom sa'd his ambi- "toycd" with a few rudiments of''-ion was to be a bank robber, the single-wing system last season, j have admitted setting a ?!500,ooo' , Brennan will stay hero for a • fire that destroyed St. Paul's Epis- few days to study films of Ten-; copal Church , on Chicago's South ncssce football games. GOOD DEED FOR DAY VENTURA, Calif. (UP) - Mrs. Edytho Lowe made an unexpected contribution' to tho Boy Scouts' Lester, 20, and Dclbert Cam- clothing drive Monday. When the bridge, 18, Indianapolis, were 'scouts came to the door and asked hound over to a Marion County for clothes her little boy thought grand jury on reckless homicide j the scouts had been sent by the charges Monday in the drag race traffic death of Mary Jo Hamilton, 3fi, early Sunday. laundryman and turned over a bundle containing the family wash. , Side, police said today. Authorities said Ihe boys, aged 9 and 12, also admitted Monday scores of other arsons, burglaries, robberies and Ihc Ihofl of 'a U.S. mail truck. Tho boys told authorities they soaked the St. Paul Church's fire Martin. The next meeting will 1> a Father's Day session at the Young America school and the Fouts, Mrs. Maude Wilson, Mrs. Helen Morgan and Mrs. Louise Nelson. INDIANAPOLIS (UP) - More committee will be Mrs. than a dov.cn witnesses subpenaed to appear before a U.S. Senate commiltcc. in a hearing on the i Indiana highway scandal headed! for Washington today ilocal Numismatists The Public Roads StibcommiUee *•"*•*" of the senate Public Works com-,To Meet Wednesday milloc opens a two-day hearing President Wayne Jackson will Wednesday. Four men Indicted by give a report on the Central States a Marion County grand jury 10'Numismatic Society's convention Special Prosecutor Appointed at Gary GARY (UP;—Criminal Court Judge William J. Murray Monday named Joh-n Slanton as special prosecutor to investigate Barrett bond dealings of Metro Holovachka when he was Gary city controller. Holovach-ka is Lake County prosecutor, a position formerly SOUTH WKND (UP)—St. Joseph INSECT KEPEU.ENT PAPER ' County Coroner kid-ward S. Shelley PHILADELPHIA (UP) — A pa-i said today lie will delay LI verdict per prepared by three British Jin '.he caw.' of a woman whose scientists, consisting of 33 pages of typewritten copy plus 1] pages of graphs and charts was read lo scientists Monday at the midyear meeting of the American Peirolc- Inslitu'e. It was all about beetles and flies and how lo kill (hem. body was found in a river. The !x>dy of Mrs. Stella Nowickl, 5-1, was discovered on a .sandbar in the St. Joseph River Sunday by Theon H. Brown, 31, South Bend. Authorities said the body had bten in the water about four held by Stanton. A Slate Board of Accounts re" port recently said Ho'.ovachka S Jjr'. la ' bought at a discount contracts for sowers and other municipal improvements which were being financed by Barrett bonds. Holovachka was doing business as the I-I & M Realty Co. when the alleged violation look place in L952. Slanlon said he would call a grand jury hearing May 23. days ago, including former stale highway chairman Virgil (Red) Smith, were among those sub- penaed. Meanwhile, the Marion County jury which indicted Smith, two of his former aides and an attorney friend, resumed this morning its hose system with paint thinner to inquiry into other aspects of the start lite blaze March ifl, 1958. ' highway department. They a-lso admitled selling Iwo fires last fall at the Corpus Chris- li Roman Catholic Church. At least three witnesses were summoned lo testify today by Prosecutor John G. Tinder. the recently at St. Louis, Mo., at meeting nf the Logansport Coin club lo be held at 7:1)0 p.m. Wednesday at the YMCA. Following the regular business meeting there will be a "Gift Auction." Each member i.s requested to bring some iloni of numismatic interest for the auction, Iho proceeds of which will help defray expenses of the next club exhibit. Refreshments will be Visitors are invited. NAMED TO YOUNG «OP POST INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—Republican Slate Chairman Robert W. Matthews Monday named Leslie Duvall, Indianapolis attorney, lo succeed Mrs. Joseph Carey of Lafayd.le as chairman of the state Young Republican organization. Matthews also appointed Mrs. Ja-ines T. Begciow of Valparaiso to succeed -Mrs. Rosamond Nor- served. man of Columbus as vice-chair- I woman of Ihe organization. 320 Broadway How Available for Sate Without Prescription! NEW APPETITE CONTROL TABLET FOR EASIER, FASTER REDUCING Clinically tested and used by doctors with remarkable results wi many patients in treatment of obesity, Works automatically to depress appetite. Lose weight you want to take off—safely, rapidly, more comfortably. Get positive results or money refunded. Yes, now you can take off pound after pound of unwanted fat simply by inking a tiny TIUMIET tablet that depresses your appetite so lhat you cat less. 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