Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 27, 1957 · Page 20
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 20

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, May 27, 1957
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Twenty Loeansport, Indiana, Fharos-TribuM London Disarmament Conference Could Alter Course of History There appears to be increasingly strong hope that the disarmament talks which resumed in London today may make history. system of inspection and control that would prevent cheating. 1 Now, the feeling seems to be general that the Russians, how- A general disarmament treaty, ever reluctantly, may be ready to which would outlaw nuclear warfare and provide for drastic reduction of armed forces, is a long way o£f. But there is no escaping the fact that leaders in Allied capitals believe the London talks may bring the essential first step. Represented in the conference are the United States, Canada, Great Britain, France and Soviet Ru&sia. The delegates of these five countries constitute a subcommittee of the United Nations Disarmament Commission. They met first in London in 1955. They nowhere. Since then talks have been held both in London and ai U.N. headquarters in New York. The present conference started originally in London on March 18. Russia's Attitude Sotlens This time there was a different do business. The Soviet government is feeling the cost of maintaining its enormous military machine. Almost from the start of the London conference, there were indications that the Russian attitude had softened. Now, the feeling seems to be general that the Russians, however reluctantly, may be ready lo do business. The Soviet government is feeling the cost of maintaining its enormous military machine. It is apparent also that Russian leaders are fully aware that however much damage they might inflict upon the Allies in a nuclear war, the Soviet Union would be the big loser. The London talks were recessed on May 16 until today, so that Harold Stassen, the chief American delegate, and Valerian A. Zorin, the chief Soviet delegate, atmosphere. In the past, every | could go home to report and get attempl by the Western countries; fresh instructions, to get started had been blocked! Elsenhower In Optimistic by Russia's refusal to agree to any] Stassen, especially, -seemed to feel that for the first time in years of sporadic disarmament conferences since the end "of World War II the Russians seemed ready to talk seriously about a control system. President Eisenhower has shown by his comments at his news conferences in' Washington that he shares Stassen's optimism. He said'on May 15 that the Russians were now taking "a different tone." "I believe they are now growing more serious," he said. One reason the President cited was the slrain on Russia, as on other countries, of defense spending. At his May 22 conference, the President spoke. of "the first simple moves" which were neces- .sary in seeking agreement. It these steps were taken, he said, "then I think you can confidently hope to take the next stop, and the next slop." Stassen held a series of conferences with high officials, from the President down, during his visit to Washington. The climaclic meeting, at which new American disarmament proposals were approved, was held at the While House Saturday, with True Life Adventures TALENTED TAIL . SOUTH AMERICAN WOOL.UV UVES IM A ANI7 A UVZV CKEATLJKE, HE <iUKLS THB ENt7 OF HIS TAIL. ANP STIPPENS THE REST <OF IT TO .PROVIDE A PORTABL* STOOL.. 5-2T President Eisenhower presiding. Those proposals may help iho'Lon- don conferees lo lake their first step toward agreement. Court Notes • Mrs. Doris Ridgeway, route 1, Galveston, asks restoration of her maiden name, Cash, in a suit for divorc'e from Alva Ridgeway filed Friday in the Cass circuit court. The couple .was- married Dec. 14, 1942, and separated May 17, this year, according to the complaint filed through Attorney Courtney Kerwin of Kokomo. She charges cruelty. Monday Evening, May 27, 1957. A complaint for foreclosure of a chattel mortgage and judgement of $318.99 was filed in circuit court by the Farmers and Merchants State bank against Irvel Michaels through Attorney Torr^Hirscbauer. ganizations, trade associations and utilities. Among the 27 categories of information furnished are radiation and radio chemistry, separation processes for plutonium and uranium, . controlled thermonuclear processes, isotope separation, metallurgy and ceramics, radiation ef- Commerce Clear ing-House, nation-1 fects on reactor materials, health al reporting authority on tax andj and safety and radioactive waste, business law. Business Makes Big Use of Atomic Device CHICAGO—More than 1,100 business firms and organizations are using restricted data furnished by the Atomic Energy Commission, according to a study made by Under the system, the AEC is- Mineral oil generally should not sues "access permits" to qualified! be used for salad dressings by firms. 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