Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 2, 1957 · Page 24
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 24

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Ten Logansport, Indiana. Pharos-Tribune Stevenson Still Using Wait-and-See Attitude By the United Press United Press correspondents around the world look ahead at the news that will make the headlines. Stevenson I ._ Adlai E. Stevenson may wait until the last moment to decide whether to accompany President Eisenhower or Vice President Richard M. Nixon to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization meeting in Paris. So far Stevenson, instead of being an "adviser" to the administration on NATO matters, has confined himself to • the role of "observer." He attended one State Department strategy session for two hours without once uttering a word. This is in line with his announced wait-and-see policy about administration plans for tightening allied unity In the wake of Russia's scientific advances. Crisis Coming Up Paris expects Premier Felix Gaillard's cabinet to survive the Christmas season by winning a vote of confidence on the 1958 budget. But the next crisis is £.1- ready in sight. A pla i for consl.i- tutional reform, to stabilise French government, comes up in mid-January. Every Frenchman agrees reform is necessary. But few agree on the right way to (if- fect it. The issue could easily bring Gaillard's fall. Home For Christmas Tokyo believes it's almost a sure bet that GI William S. Girard will be home in Ottawa, 111., for Christmas. The Japanese prosecutor still, is hot to appeal against Uie lenient treatment given Girard —a four-year suspended sentence. But the prospct is that cooler heads will stifle the move. Wednesday is the deadline for an appeal. If there is none, Girard and his Japanese wife Candy will be winging their way toward the United States by this week-end. Unless Washington relaxes secrecy, ( it will be hard to make comparison's between Russia's Sputnik II and the first American artificial moons due to be loosed this month. Sputnik H and the third stage of the rocke which launched it are joined in one piece, weighing 1,120 pounds. The United States test sphere weighs 3.4 pounds. But the third stage of the rocket also will become a satellite if the firing _succeeds. Authorities won't tell 'the weight of the third, stage. They say that might disclose the naure of its solid propellant; which is a military secret. PoUtical heat is rising in London I and-Tokyo over the disclosure by Prime Minister Harold MacmClan that American Air Force planes carry H-bombs when they take off I from British bases on patrol. British leftists want Macmillan ttp explain why, as he says, there is no danger a bomb might explode. Japanese suspect that American planes and warships operating in their area also carry the bombs. The Socialists are preparing to demand that Premier Nobusuke Kishi make a statement when he returns Friday from his tour of Southeast Asia. Sports Outlook Look for some post-season fireworks from National Football League coaches and owners on the caliber of officiating at games. Some coaches would like to see officials fined for "booting" calls just as players are subject to fines. This would involve grading officials on the basis of the movies which each team makes of every game. One coach claims movies showed that an opponent i: a recent game committed six major infractions in the last four minutes of play—none of them called. The issue may be brought up at the league meeting to be held in January. Delphi ThEi trustees ot Washington, Carrollton, Monroe and Burlington townships met Monday night at Flora, and unanimously passed a resolution to consolidate the four townships for better school accommodations, and will publish notices of sa:T)e in county papers. The trustees are J. C. Updegraff, Carl Overholser, George Wason and Jean Beck in the order ot the townships named above. Capt. and Mrs. Darv Clawson of Delphi, are the parents of a son, born Sunday at St. Elizabeth hospital. ' Pence Revington, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. George Revington, Jr. of Delphi has been dismissed from the Home hospital. Jeixe Haugh and Joe Coomey were in Lafayette Monday to attend funeral rites for Bishop Bennett. Father Peter vanTiel, pastor of St. Joseph's Catholic Church and Father Kienly, former. pastor of St. Joseph's church, now of Anderson assisted in the final rites. • 1 Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Robinson hare returned home from a trip to Florida. Linda L. Nape nas filed suit for divorce against Jack L. Nape in Carroll Circuit, court. The couple wa.s married Feb. 14, 1957 and separated Nov. 26. Bishop & Bishop an; attorneys for.the plaintiff, who aslc suit and support money and $1,000 alimony. She also ask for a restraining order to prevent the defendant from molesting her or disposing of personal property. The restraining order was issued by the court. •Dorothy Moore Tias qualified as executor of the estate of Carl Cowing and gave bond for $7,000. Wilbur Lane is her attorney. Lane, as attorney for Henry J, Wylie, had previously filed suit for the appointment of a guardian for Mr. Cowing, who passed . away since the suit was filed. In the case of Goldie Perry vs. Ella Bowen and others, the court has granted a change of venue to Ti.ppecanoe Circuit court on motion by the plaintiff. In t'ae case of Wanita Kay Smith v«. Franklin J. Smith, the court Monday Evening, December 5, W9T. has granted a restraining order to prevent the defendant from molesting the plaintiff until further order of the court. Thanksgiving guests of County Superintendent and Mrs. Harry Ration were their sor; and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas] Hatton and daughter Jill, and Mr.] and Mrs. Homer Edwards of Bloomington. The traditional turkey dinner was served. The County Council in special; session Monday allowed all re-' quests for transfer of funds except the $2,000 for the Sugar Creek bridge. The County Welfare department reduced their request for $7,500 to $4,100 which was allowed. WELL, THEY WERE'. TOKYO (UP)—Tokyo University students were up in arms today after learning the "hot dogs" they ate at the University's annual festival were just that—made .with ground dog meat from stray canines found on the campus. Furnace Blast Ruins House EVANSVILLE (UP)—A furnace explosion destroyed a five-room frame home Saturday night and injured five persons. Ten nearby houses were damaged. Taken to Deaconess Hospital were Mrs. Bert Caine, her daughter. Deborah, 4; Mrs. Marianne Williams, 23. Mrs. Edgar Woods, and Steven Sellers. 3 months. Officials blamed the gas furnace for the explosion. Mrs. Caine was helping Mrs. Mrs. Williams move into the house when the blast ripped the neighborhood. Mrs. Woods was in her home across the street. Steven was 'in a house next door. DEER HUNTERS? TOCCOA, Ga. (UP)—The Toccoa Deer' Hunters' Club admitted today that no member has killed a deer for two years. Pre-Chrisf mas Sde of Guaranteed Appliances , West Bend Automatic Percolators. (8 cup) Fry Pans with controlled heat. Pop Up Toasters, 'Chroma finish. 95 ... EACH Deep Fryers. 320 E. Broadway Phone 4287 Remember "Him" with a Tie from KRESGE'S ONLY- $1.00 Wide selection X/ Gift box'Free! 422 East Broadway Another Suggestion She'll Appreciate Buy Her a New ALL NEW FRIGIDAIRE ELECTRIC DRYER...Featuring "WRINKLES AWAY" 1. Removes wrinkles from just washed garments—even those labeled "drip-dry." 2. Smooths out wrinkles in washable garments mussed! through use or storage. from... $189.95 JACKSON -KITCHEL 510 High St. Phone 3085 GRAND IDEAS for GRAND GIVING FOR SURE-TO-BE-WEI.COME GIFTS FOR EVERYONE FROM INFANTS TO SENIOR CITIZENS, DEPEND ON THE GJFT-SPOTTER This handy popular Gift Directory quickly tells you the What-And-Where of Good Gift-Picking. FINE ITEMS EVERY TIME! GIFTS FOB DAD GIFTS FOR MOTHER GIFTS FOR BROTHER GIFTS FOR SISTER GIFTS FOR CHILDREN QfaJit foi OJ GIFTS FOR THE HOME ^ Reduced to • 96" x 48" table with folding steel legs • Can be used for picnics, luncheons or, two card tables • Complete with four paddles, net and clamps, two balls, rule book and plastic accessory holder 3.00 Down 1.25 a Week Tircstone Stores 3rd and Eel River Phone 3922 CHRISTMAS GIFTS?? Gifts for the Home are Practical and Permanent See our wide selection of MANTLE, BUFFET, WAIL AND DOOR MIRRORS All mirrors delivered Free in the Logansport oreo. Bet-R-Way Glass Prod., Inc. T428 Michigan Ave. Ph. 2456 FOR THE CHILDREN ON YOUR GIFT LIST CORDUROY PLAID SLIPPERS 407 I. Broadway Phone 4637 Choose "His' 7 Favorite Brand From Our Finest Selection Order Now REGAL LIQUOR STORE 408 4th St. Ph. 2954 Gifts to Brighten the Home We have a large stock of both wall base and utility cabinets. Base Cabinets in widths of 20, 24, 30 and 40 inches. Linoleums 9x12 $4.98 ARNEYS FURNITURE CO. 221 BE. Market St. «y i Ai/ i i J^/ i /o/fi Our Christmas Club tor 1958 Treat yourself and your family to a prepaid Christmas next year. Small Weekly Depotits Will Do it JOtN NEXT PAYDAY : THE FARMERS & MERCHANTS STATE BANK MAKE THIS A "WHITE CHRISTMAS" WITH THE NEW, RCA WHtRLPOOl SUPREME WASHfR- DRYER COMBINATION CLOTHES LOOK BETTER . . . IAST LONG* . Gives Clothes Freeh Air Fragrant* BARNETT BARGAIN BARN 416 South 3rd Phone 2*21 SANTA SPECIAL! Combination SANDWICH TOASTER & WAFFLE IRON Reg. 19.95 SPECIAL 99 > Reversible grid* • 176 K). hi. cooking area • CONVENIENT TERMS AVAILABLE B.F.Goodrich FIRST IN RUBBER - FIRST IN TUBEltSS J For Him . Low Down Payment ;! $1.25 Weekly VA Inch Utility BLACK & DECKER DR:LL HEX KEY CHUCK $13.99 } Handsome electric drill. .";Trigger switch locks in "on" j position. Handy tool. U.L. ^listed. GOODYEAR SERVICE 6th and Broadway Phone 2»17

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