Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 23, 1957 · Page 14
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 14

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, May 23, 1957
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Fourteen Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Disarmament Up To Russia, U. S. Says Ike President Suggests That Two Major Powers Set Example For Rest of World WASHINGTON ;UP)—President Eisenhower- said Wednesday the United States and Russia should take a step toward disarmament in the hope it would lead to reduction of arms spending by both countries. ' Disarmament, he said at his news conference, is essential to reduce world tensions. This country, the President said, must meet Russia half-way. He'proposed that a first step to- ward disarmament be made as a test of good intentions by both sides. This, he added, could lead eventually to a situation in which both Russia and the United States could cut their huge defense budgets to something, as he put it, within reason. The' President did not offer a specific plan for his proposed first step. But presumably he had in mind introduction of aerial inspection, such as has been proposed by the United States, on a test basis in Siberia and Alaska. He said it would be futile to hope in the present state of East-West relations for a final answer now on total disarmament. .' The President rejected a suggestion by Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko that the United States and Russia agree to inspection on a mile-for-mile basis. The President said this could not be done unless only insignificant areas are considered. He based Comden Ladies of the Methodist church will hold a market at the Soy Seed building at 9 a.m. Wednesday, May 29. American .Legion Auxiliary Unit No. 413 will meet at Carter's store at 8:30 a.m. Friday to sell poppies, which are hand-made by veterans. The poppy posters which won the school contest sponsored by the Camden Auxiliary will be sent to the district for judging. The 0. & E. class of the Baptist this comment on ttie fact that Soviet territory is far larger than this country's. A mile-for-mile system might expose vital U.S. defense regions to inspection without touching critical areas of the Soviet Union. In proposing a test step, Eisenhower said each side svill want to see how the other carries out agreements on a trial basis. church is planning a carry-in supper at the church Sunday evening. Mrs. Bessie Downham was a guest of Mrs. Lottie Williams last weekend. The annual Mother's club meeting was held at the school building last Friday. Pauline Hodge, the president, ^ opened the meeting, mentioned the business and gave her reports for the year. The constitution and by-laws were brought up to date and approved, and the nominating committee reported officers for the coming year will be: Georgia Hartman, president; Mrs. Wertz, vice-president; and Myra Gardner, secretary and treasurer. Mrs. Hodge turned the meeting over to the new president, who announced the committees for the coming year. Refreshments were served to the mothers following the meeting. It was announced that applications for cook must be sent to the president with a health certificate before June 15. Camden students who received straight A's during the sixth grading period were Joyce Miller, Marcia Sharp and Tom Tesh of the senior class; sophomore Jerry Thomas; eighth graders Marilyn McCain and Dale Peterson; and seventh grader Jerry Wagoner. Others on the A honor roll were juniors Glenn Miller and Nancy Shafer, eight graders Linda Shives and Alice Brumbaugh, and seventh graders Cary, Cline and Gordon Wagoner. B honor roll pupils were: seniors Margaret Berkshire, Priscilla Cline, Ruby Cripe, Betty Flora, James Kesterson, Georganna Leslie, Dale Myers, Nancy Stiles, Doris Walters and Ruth Wilburn; juniors Darrell Chapman, Anna Galimore, Sharon Gardner, Pat Johnson, Virginia Kinsley, Craig McCain, Coleetve Nipple, Janice Penn, Jane Ann Replogle, Pat Smith, Mary Walters, Dixie Wilson and Lois Wagoner; sophomores Alvah Eller, Dennis Flora, Delores Peters, Ronda Ross, Clyde Shoe- maker, Sharon Snoeberger, Eddie] Vibbert and Aurelia Yost; freshmen Marlin Kuns, Patricia Martin, Phyllis Musall, "George Ringer, Shirley Viney and Carl Lee Yerkes; eighth graders Judy Hughes, Pete Kerkhove, Susan McKay, Dana Myers, Patricia Ross and Kay Shriver; seventh graders Nancy Brovont, Gaynel Foss, Fredonna Lesh, Mary Beth MacNab, Richard Maxwell, Nancy Jo Sanderson and Ernest Vibbert. Awards presented at the annual Camden high school senior day were: American Legion, to Dale Thursday Evening, May 23, 1957. Plunges to Death At Lighthouse Pier MICHIGAN CITY, Ind. (UP>— A man tentatively identified as Edmund Peters, 58, Michigan City, fell off Lighthouse Pier and apparently drowned Wednesday. He was identified by his jacket, cap and lunch which was still on the pier. Peters was enroute to work at the Pullman Standard Car Manufacturing Co. No one knew why he was on the pier. Mrs. Peterson and Marilyn McCain, | Shores, Amick citizenship, $6 'to Benny Sharp, and $4 to Sharon Snoeberger; citizenship and scholastic trophies, both to class of 1958; industrial arts, Jerry Britton; band, Janice Acheson, Margaret Berkshire, Georganna Leslie, Joyce Miller, Dale Myers, Roselyn Penn, Marcia Sharp, Iva Shoemaker, Jean Sprinkle, Nancy Styles and Tom Tesh; and for Legion Auxili- Ida said Sweetin, she was Beverly walking about 15 feet behind the man. Then she heard a splash. Coast Guard boats dragged the mouth of the harbor. The drag produced a pair of glasses which were identified as Peters'. ary poppy posters, Penne Jo Abbott and Richard McKay in first class, and Larry Hunter and Jerry Burto :d class. Strike Halts Work At Missile Center COCOA, Fls. (UP) - A strike for recognition of the Teamsters Union by a contractor with some 33 eligible employes tied up all construction today at the government's guided missile center here. Observers believed there A'as little chance of immediate settle- jment of the dispute between the Teamsters local and B.B. McCormick d Son of Jacksonville Beach, Fla. Pickets stalioned at two main gates of the sile where tfte earth satellite is scheduled for launching next year turned back some 2,000 workers Tuesday, the first day of the strike. U.S. engineers said the picketing halted all building projects but would have no effect on guided missile operations which is mostly in the hands of civilian scientisU and highly trained technicians. <•* >-fij~ s •y, r ' ,?•*. 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