Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 3, 1957 · Page 39
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 39

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Tuesday Evening, December 3, 1957. End Colombia Civil War Bipartisan Rule Set Up Buick's New 1958 Century Convertible Foreign News Commentary By CHARLES M. MCCANN United Press Staff Correspondent One of the costliest guerilla wars in recent history seems to have come to its end in the Latin American republic of Colombia. In a plebiscite held Sunday, 3 million men and won.cn voted .overwhelmingly in favor of a remarkable plan under which their country would be ruled for the next 12 years by a bi-partisan government. If it'works, the plan vill end a proved by the people in an election to be held next May. The junta will hand over its authority when the nesv president takes office Aug. 7. Then, if all goes well, Colombia will be under bi-partisan rule until 1070. period which Burlington District meeting of the Sisterhood of Mary and Martha was held at the local Brethren church re- 1 cently; 125 attended. I : Burlington Evening Music' Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Fifteen were of men on each side. jes. It is estimated that at least 100,-! The program was in charge of 000 and possibly as many as 200,- Mrs. Phyllis Wright, Norma £ean 000 persons were killed. " Liberals Split The Colombian civil war started back in 1946. For years. Colombia had been under the two-party political system—Conservatives and Liberals. Then the Liberal Party split up. The result was that the candidate of the minority Conservative Party was elected president. In April. 1948, a big inter-American conference was meeting in Bogota. Gen. 'George C. Marshall, then secretary of state, led the United States delegation. On April 9 Jorge Eliecer Gaitan, a Liberal Party leader, was assassinated. Lowry, Roma North, Marilyn Eller and -Karen Garrison. The subject was "A Glimpse of Art and Music." Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Rhine are the parents of a 9 pound, 1 ounce boy named Rockey Wayne. The mother is the former Miss Haltie McCoy. Miss Claudia Maddox became the bride of Ronald Smoker at the Christian church Sunday. Leroy Wright performed the ceremony. A reception in church dining room followed. Janet Michael, Carolyn Catron and David Brewster were attendants. Within a tew hours riots which: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bernard turned the capital into a flaming!and daughter -have moved to their battlefield broke out. Mobs mur-jnew home near Burlington, dered, burned, looted. Fighting Mr. and Mrs. Sam Allis are flamed around the United States and other embassies in which foreign delegates to the big conference were staying. The government finally quelled the riots. The capital c a ' m e d down. But the fighting was simply transferred to the provinces. There, month after month, strong SPARKLING NEW STYLING, spotlighted by a handsome new grille design unique in the motive industry, enhances the 1958 Buick Century convertible with the verve '^^ ° r » 'jy-- car. The aew. Century, like .ill other cars in the Buick line, a equipped*; th*»?> headli* ts »™ » d °™* new fender and hood line thai accentuates the new low silhouette. BUICK s impiovea vdriiiwic JIUK* ?h^"aT^ are equipped with air-cooled aluminum brakes on the Iront wheels. _ inson, Mrs. James Avery, Pauline Beamer, Edna Davis, Mildred Ballen, Bob Bousum, Jim Parker, Sandra Van Meter, Lola Barnes, Harry Spangler, Joe Perry, Gus Clingenpeel, and Dorothy Barnard. Winners of turkeys were Howard Marquand, Frieda Shiegly, and Sharon Bray; and a ham by Harold Smith. forces of liberal guerrillas" fought government troops in engagements of all sorts fronj ambushes to pitched battles. Plnilla Overthrown Last May 10, Gen. Gustavo Rojas Pinilla, who had seized power in 1953, was overthrown by a group of army leaders and sent into exile. The army men — a junta, as it is called in Latin America—accepted a plan worked out by civilian leaders to bring peace to the country. •Sunday's plebiscite was the re-, .... i. -n- t suit. It called on voters to approve spending three years at Fort a long-range program involving!Bragg, North Carolina. He return- parents of a new baby girl, also have two sons. Mrs. Ernest Wilson and daughter have moved to Chicago. Calvin Wilson has moved to Kokomo. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bousum and family have rented their home and will move snon. The Burlington Evening Music club will present a sacred musical concert at the Christian church on Dec. 15 at 7:30 p.m. The public is invited. The club will give the same program in the afternoon at the Logansport hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kelly from Portland, Ind., have moved onto the Charles A. Thomas property ir; Burlington. The couple has two small children. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Young spent the weekend with their daughters in Michigan. Their son, Richard, released from the Army after ARMY IDENTIFIES VICTIMS AIKEN, S.C. (UP)—Three soldiers who died at a motel hgre Sunday of carbon monoxide poisoning were identified by Army authorities at Fort Gordon Ga., Monday. They were: Rodney Davidson, 18, of Corpus Christ!, Tex.; Norman Robert, 18, San Diego, Calif., and Edward .L. Lloyd, 22, Detroit, Mich. Need 310,500 Acres in State For Recreation INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — The ATTEND MEETING A gorup of Jehovah',5 Witnesses returned to their homes today after a week-end assembly at Elwood, Indiana. David Martin, presiding minis,ter of the Logansport congrega- State -Conservation Department | tior]) led tlie g rou , ps to the meeting, estimated today Indiana will needi Saturday afternoon featured a 310,500 ne* acres of state and fed-j baptismal program where 23 per- eral recreational land by 1975. s(ms from Mle 19 citie . s in f ttend The department compiled-figures ance werejrnrnersedj^ water. for a national survey of soil and INDICT HUSBAND water conservation needs being GREENSBURG (UP) — A De- conducted for thf! U.S. Agriculture i C atur County grand jury indicted Department. | Everett Ray, 32, Monday on a The report sa^.d Indiana would j second-degree murder charge in require an additional 18G.500 acres j the Thanksgiving Day death of his of state-owned land and 125,000 wife. Interchange Planned for Turnpike Link INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—The Indi-. ana Toll Road Commission saidj today it may build a new inter- j change in Lake County as part of a plan to link the northern Indiana turnpike with the Illinois toll highway system. Director Albert Wedeking said the plan would utilize the Tri-State Highway in Lake County and the Kingery Expressway in Illinois to connect the 156-mile Indiana superhighway with the 187-mile Illinois system. . Executive Director Charles L. Dearing of the Illinois Toll High way Commission and his chief engineer, George L. Jackson, discussed the plan' with Indiana officials. Wedeking said the new interchange would be built a few hundred feet east of the toll road's crossing with Cline Avenue. The road's original plan called for an interchange at that point, but the Gary-West interchange was built instead. The plan would first have to prove financially feasible, Wedeking said. Defense Secretary Nell McEIroy (left), Deputy Donald Quarles. the amendment of the 1886 constitution. There is to be a bi-partisan congress in which the Liberal and Conservative parties will be equally represented. A joint national candidate for president will be chosen by congress and ap- ed home Saturday. At drawings at local groceries, winners of baskets were Grace Bowman, Howard Miller, Mrs Max Landis, Mrs. Fred Musselman, Roy Miller, Geneva Bousum. Mrs. Don Mitchell, Mrs. Gale Rob- more federal acreage. Included in the recommendation are increases of 32,000 in state park acreage and 113,000 more acres of forests. Mrs. Nettie Ray, 34, was found dead of a ruptured blood vessel. A coroner's report said a blow on the head was responsible. REFUGEE FLOW INCREASES BERLIN (UP) — The West Berlin Refugee Office reported today that the largest number of East Germans in four years sought asylum i:i West Berlin during last weekend. The refugees totalled 1,523 compared to the average weeknd figure of 700. The increase was attributed to reports that the Communists plan to tighten controls around West Berlin and attempt to halt the flow of refugees into'the Western sector. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles Interviewed by reporters. PARADE OF OFFICIALS—Here is part of the parade of top administration officials who conferred at the White House at'ter President Eisenhower's illness was announced. (International) PRE-CHRISTMAS 100% Wool Blanket OR Dacron Filled Comforter Your Choice Of A Wool Blanket Or Dacron Comforter. Many Colors. NOTICE.... Pharos-Tribune & Press DISPLAY ADVERTISING DEADLINES: HALF-PAGE ADS OR LARGER-NOON TWO PAYS BEFORE PUBLICATION All Other Ads-36 Hows Before Publication. SUNDAY DEADLINE: Quarter-page ads or larger- Noon Friday; all other ads—5 p.m. Friday. 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