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November 29, 1957

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 30

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Ten Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune MUST BURY POLITICAL HATCHET Mixed Reaction to Possibility Of Nixon-Stevenson NATO Team WASHINGTON (UP) - Vice President Richard M. Nixon and Adlai E. Stevenson will have to bury a good-sized political hatchet if they go together to next month's allied conference in Paris. There are mixed feelings in po- litical and official government quarters about putting together a Nixon-Stevenson "team" for the North Atlantic Treaty conference. Politicians doubt it can be done but some government officials be-: lieve President Eisenhower's ill Iness makes it essential that Stevenson go to the Paris conference to demonstrate American unity, i Hopes Kept Alive White I-IDUSC. press secretary James C. Hagerty kept hopes alive that Eisenhower might attend the Dec. 16-18 "summit" meeting. He said. Thursday the President's doc-. tors "will decide later" on wheth- ier he can make the trip. Kagerty, I said the Chief Executive would 1 send Nixon in his place if he could not go. Stevenson has not said he whl or won't go with Eisenhower or Nixon. His position before the President's illness was that his plans would depend primarily on whether he could agree with administration proposals to tighten allied unity in the face of Russia's scientific-technical advances. Difficulty Foreseen Because he has now set up a sort of bipartisan headquarters in the State Department it will be difficult for Stevenson to say he won't go if asked, some observers believe. The President and Stevenson, Expect Gaillard To Win 2 Votes Of Confidence Bisks Career As National Assembly Considers Algeria PARIS (UP) . - Premier Felix Gaiilard was expected to win two votes of confidence .today on his handling of the Algerian rebellion. Gaillard risked his brief career as premier in belief t.he National Assembly would not vote him- out of office for fear of rupturing the alliance with Britain and the United States and for- fear of disrupting next month's NATO summit conference. The most important vote is on Gaillard's revised framework law for Algerian home rule. This di Adlai Sl«ven»on his twice-defeated Democratic presidential opponent, had many uncomplimentary things to say about each other in the 1332 and 1955 campaigns. But Nixon and Stevenson swapped laps which political observers close to both believe were mare hartflt. New Plan to Bolster NATO In Washington \ Would Create Group of Allied Ambassadors Here WASHINGTON (UP)—The United States is studying a proposal to create a standing group of allied ambassadors in Washington to dmprove consultations among North Atlantic Treaty allies, informed sources said today. • Some thought also is being given to expanding the group later to include ambassadors of nations in the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO), Baghdad Pact and Organization of American States (OAS). This would serve to link the several Free World alliances loosely so each vides Algeria into half a dozen territories, each of which would have legislative, bodies. Later each territory would send delegates to a Federative Assembly and Sen- FRIENDLY DISAGREEMENT — British Prime Minister Harold Friday Evening, November 29, 1957. VFW Supper Set Dec. 18 The annual Christmas supper for members of the local VFW post and their families will be held Wednesday, Dec. 18, it was announced at the post meeting Wednesday evening. Members are asked to bring a. covered dish and table service. j The annual Christmas party will be December 21 at the VFW home, it was announced. Santa Clans will be there. New members initiated into the organization at the Wednesday night meeting are Joseph Smith, Oran Bobbins, John Rea, Dwight Orr, Albert Leazenby, and Berl Winegardner. A donation was voted for the Tuberculosis association, and it was announced that the fathers' auxiliary will stage an indoor carnival at the post home for mem- Macmillan (left) arrives in Paris Tor a series of unity talks with French; ^^ a]ld tl)eir j am jij c ' s on rj e c. 6. Premier Felix Gaillard. They worked on the North African problem; p" os( rjonmander Richard Web' sler, Ed Burketl, and Isadore Da- for five hours, but couldn't reach an agreement, (International Radiopholo.) UN to Hear Arab Case For Algeria UNITED NATIONS (U'P>— Tunisia's Ambassador Mongi Slim . . went before the U.N. Main Politi-. Position of the Assembly s 150- cal Committee today to deliver the!™" Communist bloc which advo- Hillsdale Quits NCAA HILLSDALE, Mich. (UP 1 )— Little Hillsdale College with an enrollment of 725 students today stood up to the powerful National Collegiate Athletic Association and said it was withdrawing from the NCAA rather than be penalized for playing in the small college Holiday Bowl. Frank (Muddy) Waters, athletic I proach would be moderate this director and coach, also revealed I year, in contrast to the outspoken that the NCAA's alleged tolerance! demands for independence for Alof a color ban set off a chain of'gen a ™ ade ln the previous de- events three years ago which drew trol national defense, foreign policy, justice and currency. Proposes Change The other vote is on an accompanying electoral law which would remove the old distinctions between Moslem and European voters. But it would maintain a form pf proportional representation to prevent the 1,200,000 Europeans in Algeria from being dominated by the 8,090,000 Moslems, Gaillard must win both to remain in office. Gaillard could count on the op- c °,!i: : Mrs. Richardson, 52, Dies at Forr Wayne; Rites Here Monday Arab case for Algeria's independence from France. Slim's major policy declaration will be made on behalf of 11 Arab states and the rebel Algerian National Front of Liberation (FLN). Sources said the address is expected to take up most of today's session. Indications were the Aiab ap-i EX-OFFICIAL SUCCUMBS INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—Franklin H. Foust, 27, former Indiana state securities commissioner, died merly of 88 at 5:50 p.m. Thursday at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Wayne. She had moved from Logansport three weeks ago to live with a daughter, Mrs. Eithel Joslen, in Fort Wayne. She was born in Kentucky, June 11, 1905. Surviving besides Mrs. Joslen are four other daughters, Mrs. Richard Leydet, 1415 Wright street; vis gave reports, COLDEST SPOT IN MONTANA NEW YORK (UP) — The temperature dipped to 4 below zero OCCLUSION — Arrow in this brain, .diagram points to tho branch of the middle cerebral artery, location of the cerebral occlusion suffered by President Eisenhower (International} $3,000 TO BOOK FUND GREENCASTLE (-UP) - Mrs. Mary Ethel Williams,. a former Shelbyyille woman who died in 1956, le'ft'S3,000 in her will to De- Pauw University for a memorial book fund honoring her husband, former Missouri Supreme Court J-udge Fred L. Williams. The memorial fund now totals $12,600. Card Of Thanks We wish to thank our friends and today at Kalispell, Mont., making i neighbors, Rev. Raymond Skelton, it the coldest spot reported in the I Thomas Drye. Eagles lodge. Me- nation. Thursday's recorded high iCloskey-Hamilton for all their kind- here. He was a native of Columbia | temperature was 83, at Daytona ' ness in our recent bereavement. City, where Saturday. the will know more about the other's activities. The ideas are among many being considered by the tion for the lantic Treaty (NATO) meeting in Paris Dec. 1618. President' Eisenhower's • illness for a time cast a cloud over the meeting which was planned as a chiefs-of-state gathering to seek •ways to strengthen allied scientific and military cooperating. The White House and State De- Hillsdale away from the NCAA and closer to the National Associ-' ation of Intercollegiate Athletics which is promoting the Holiday Bowl game Dec. 21 at dt. Petersburg, Fla. The post-season bowl game is no: sanctioned by the NCAA, Waters said a letter announcing Hillsdale's withdrawal would be sent today to NCAA officials. Pittsburg, (Kan.) State, undefeated and untied for the 1957 season, was named Thursday to be '. | Hillsdale's opponent in the game. ; Hillsdale, whose 34-game winning streak is the longest in the nation, accepted the invitation to play in the small college bowl earlier .;his bates. In Paris, the Algerian situation also came up for debate in the National Assembly today. Premier Felix Gaillard faced two votes of confidence on his handling of the crisis. While the Political Committee wrestled with the Arab-French dif- cates complete independence for Algeria and on hostile ballots from tlie extreme rightwing Poujadists. Socialist Favorable But the Socialists (99 seats) agreed Thursday night to vote for the Gaillard measures. Thus the key to his success rested with the 102 Conservatives, some of which are represented in his coalition on the assort- parties. An indication of the sto'd" fr " 1 - sion in France over the three- year-old Algerian rebellion i.L...,e early Thursday when Algerian gunmen tried and failed to assassinate Abdel Kadcr Barakrok, French secretary .of state for Algeria. Louise Richardson and Laura Richardson, Fort Wayne; Mary Idaho Farmers Create ficulties Tn North Africa, Sccre- Labor-Saving Devices tary General Dag Hammarskjold completed preparations for his trouble-shooting mission to the Middle East. ^The^U.N. "Security Council Thursday held a 27-m i n u t e Thanksgiving Day session on the dispute between Pakistan and India over the former princely slate of Kashmir. MORE QUESTIONS FOB GEIN MADISON, Wis. (UP)— Butcher- aTaccom- J«« partment at first said the Presi- i ^ when he made Ws ni g h t.ti me dent's illness apparently ruled out his attendance: But the White House Thursday left the door open in view of the Chief Executive's apparent swift recovery. Presidential Press Secretary James C. Hagerty said the Presi : dont's doctors "will decide later" •whether he can make the trip. He said if Eisenhower does not go Vice President Richard M. Nixon will go in his place. The NATO allies agreed unanimously Thursday to go ahead with the meeting in either easel forays in graveyards: Wisconsin Atty. Gen. Stewart Honeck Thursday night made mown his plans to interrogate Gein when the bachelor farmer finishes his 30 days of mental examinations at the state hospital for the criminally insane. Mrs. Lizzie E. Conn Funeral on Sunday Funeral services for Mrs. Lizzie E. Conn, 65, of route 2, Star City, •will be at 1:30 p.m. Sunday at the Fry-Lange funeral home in Winamac. Mrs. Conn died Thursday at St. Joseph's hospital in Logansport. Surviving are her husband, Mace; two sons, Donald and Gerald, both of Logansport, a daughter, Mrs. Louise Nickels, route 2, Star City; two brothers, Dan Fry Lapaz, Ind., and Leonard Fry South Bend; and four grandchildren. BOISE, Idaho — The men who tol on ihe soil ha.ve a do-it-your- of mechanical genius, and Mrs. Juanita Tipton; three sisters, Mrs. Rosa Hurley, East Gary; Mrs. Nell Daviet, Logansport; Mrs. Grace Bockman, Rensselaer; : two brothers, Corbert Davall, Lafayette; and Emmelt Duvall, Cuba, N. Y. Friends may call at the Chase- Miller funeral home, where services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Monday. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. 6 MONTHS IN BEATING TER.RE HAUTE (UP) — Mrs. Helen Wolfe, 29, Terre Ha-ute, was sentenced Wednesday by Vigo Circuit Judge Herbert Criss to six months imprisonment for beating her 3-year-old son last January. Criss also levied a $103.50 fine on a drunk driving charge on which Mrs. Wolfe was arrested the day she was to have appeared before Criss for sentencing on the assault charge. funeral will be-Beach, Fla., the U.S. Weather reau said. —Mrs. Rebecca Mayhew and children. Men ?SAI.ES self kind too. 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