Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 21, 1957 · Page 41
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 41

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, November 21, 1957
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Thursday Evening, November 21, 1957. Soviet Bringing Egypt Into Economic Program ' The Soviet Union has moved to bring Egypt into its economic orbit along with Syria. Russia accompanied the promise of economic aid to Egypt with new accusations today against the United States and Israel and said they were plotting war against Syria. It said- Israel was massing troops for an attack on Syria. At the same time Cairo renewed its campaign against King Hussein of Jordan and attacked the United States. It accused Col. James G. Sweeney, U.S. military attache in Jordan, of "eclipsing" Hussein from Jordanian military affairs. The Russian economic aid promise to Egypt was made Tuesday night in Moscow by Premier Nikolai Bulganin at a reception for Alaj. Gen. Abdel Hakim Amer, the Egyptian defense minister and commander of the joint Syrian- Egyptian forces. Amer Visilcd Military Nothing was said in Moscow on the Soviet-Egyptian military relations although Amer met w.th several high military figures including Defense Minister Rodon Y. Malinovsky. But Moscow observers noted that Amer visited more Soviet military installations than any other non-Communist soldier. Observers recalled that Syria's decision to link its economic future with Russia followed a similar visit to Moscow. Russia is Egypt's largest customer and supplier, but Egypt also has talks underway with Britain in Rome and with France :in Ge- nevsi in an effort l/o repair eco- nomic relations with the West. Accuses Turkey Moscow Radio, in a broadcast monitored in London, said Turkish I "provocations" were continuing ! along the Syrian border but it turned most of its verorn on the ; United States and Israel. It said (recent maneuvers by the U.S. 6th •'Fleet "give rise to the belief that Washington has now decided to attack Syria from both ' sea and land, more precisely from Israel." Moscow made similar charges several months ago but switched ils emphasis later to Turkey, Today it said "large units of Israeli armed forces are massing south of Jerusalem" and said it was "worth noting" they followed a visit last week by Gen. Alfred M. Gruenther. Gruenther, former Supreme Allied Commander in Europe, now heads the American Red Cross. Read the Classified Ads Gail lard and Cabinet War On Inflation PARIS (UP) — Premier Felix Gaillard called his cabinet into session today to map details of the battle against inflaSon. The National Assembly Tuesctay granted Gaiilard special.powers to cope with France's most pressing . domestic problem. However, the nearly 100 deputies "absent" for the vote -of confidence Tuesday and signs of dissension within his loosely-knit coalition government foreshadowed trouble for Gaillard in the days ahead. Gaillard survived his first major test in the National Assembly by a vote of 256 to 1851. It was a sharp drop from his investiture vote 'Nov. 5 when he tciok office Local Theatre Group Discusses Make-Up Janves Mentzer, Mary Brown, and D'orothy Holdren discussed make-up at a workshop conducted by the! Logansport Little Theatre group Tuesday, evening in the city building. Mfilvin Clark and Ronald Hunter will give script readings at next week's meeting at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at 408^4 Broadway. by an Assembly vote of 337 to 182. Many political observers felt th'e vote margin Tuesday night would have been even slimmer if the 38- year-old premier had not made a last minute appeal for national unity during the current crisis over Anglo-American arms shipments to Tunisia. Some political observers opraly predicted Gaillard's days in office were .numbered. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Seventee* WANTS TO GIVE KIDNEY TO BROTHER—Jerry Foster and his mother are shown as he marked his 14th birthday by appearing with her before Massachusetts Supreme Court Justice Ammi Cutter in Boston to ask court permission to have one of his kidneys transplanted to his twin brother Clyde. Clyde cannot survive without it. The judge took the request under advisement. The Fosters are from. Pocatello, Id. (International) Former Wealthy Restaurant Owner Dies Penniless CHICAGO (UP)—A Greek immigrant whose fortune was once estimated at four million dollars died in a County Hospital ward. He was penniless. John Raklios, 80, died Tuesday of bronchial pneumonia and a heart ailment, 52 years after he opened his first tiny lunchroom on a shoestring and high 'lopes. The hopes were justified, Rak- lios' siring expanded into a solid chair, of restaurants, only to snap in the crash of 1929. Although he made several attempts at a comeback, Raklios was unsuccessful and spent his last years living with his wife on a S122 monthly old-age pension check. "\\e had each other and that .was ;he important thing," his wife, [Mary Ann, said. LOW PRICES PLUS HOLDEN RED STAMPS WITH EACH lOc FOOD PURCHASED OVEN READY FANCY YOUNG BIRDS 18 TO 22-LB. AVG. CRANBERRY SAUCE 2 W-OZ. /§**, CANS 45X «*/ BAKING HENS PLUMP HEAVY FOWL-FINEST QUALITY SELECTED FOR QUALITY CAPONETTES PORK CUTLETS NO BONE 89 PAN SAUSAGE S& 39f YOUNG DUCKLINGS FANCY QUALITY RICH TINDER-MEATY 4 TO 6-LB. AVG. LB. 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