Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 4, 1957 · Page 38
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 38

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, December 4, 1957
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Fourteen togansport, llndiana. Pharos-Tribune Adenauer Regarded as West Europe Indispensable Man Foreign News Commentary By CHARLES M. MCCANN United Press Staff Correspondent Western Europe from a period of is recovering acutf; anxiety caused by the illness of West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer. While President Eisenhower's slight stroke made him the center of interest in the United States, Western Germany and Western Europe generally were oretly nearly as worried over Adenauer's attack of influenza. Eisenhower's illness caused a lot of discussion in both the United States and Europe whether it might not be a good idea for him to retire in favor of Vic Presi' dent Richard M. Nixon. .There were no such suggestions in the case of Adenauer. Though . he is crowding 82 years of age, Adenauer is regarded as much as any one person can bo as West Europe's indispensable man. The likelihood that the President •would be unablo to attend the "summit" meeting of the heads of government of the 15 North Atlan- \denauer has no political heir. Vice President Nixon was at hand in Washington to replace Eisenhower at the NATO meeting— or, if necessary — in the White House. Eisenhower has been building up Xixon as the American heir sumptive for several years. Adenauer Without An Heir Adenauer has stubbornly refused to build up a political heir, despite j persistent urging. It is true that] or: Oct. 31 Adenauer named Economics Minister Ludwig Erhard to be his vice chancellor. But he did it only because the West German constitution requires him to name a deputy leader. He went out of his way to make it known that he did not regard Erhard as really being in the No. 2 spot, either in government leadership or in the leadership of the Christian Democratic Party. In the eight years since Adenauer has been chancellor, West Germany with a population of 51 .-. «, ,, i- .. , million has become the most pros- tic Treaty Organization nation* to, and Dtcntially the ^ ost Inn holH in T-><1T*1C Tlop IK llfaC PP. ^ r * . powerful European nation outside of Russia. And Adenauer is indisputably West Europe's strongest man. :it be held in Paris Dec. 16 was regarded in Europe as unfortunate. Adenauer Causes Worry But the possibility that Adenauer might not be able to attend was regarded by many people in Europe as even more serious. Adenauer went to bed last week with what was first thought to be a cold. It developed into influenza. It was recalled that he stands head and shoulders over all other West European leaders. Above all, it was recalled that now looks as if "ho will be able to attend the NATO meeting. If he docs, his voice will carry nearly as. much authority as the leader of '.he United States delegation, whoever he may be. Read the Classified Ads " *' x ^ik fJUs, A. r*t> il','-, ' i DON'T GET STUCK THIS WINTER Be Safe, Be Sure, Be Modern Cquip with the ALL-NEW US ROYAL QfJIET SNOW TIRE • MIGHTY BREAKAWAY TRACTION • FAST STOPPING ACTION • GREATEST MILEAGE • QUIETEST WINTER TIRE ON THE ROAD • After just a few miles you'll realize that . your U. S. Royal Winteride snow tires are the quietest on the road today. And, more important, Winterides are designed for quick breakaway action to get you started and keep you going no matter what hind of winter we have. Tubed, tubeless, whikewall, blackwall, nylon, rayon. Get a pair today. as little as $1.25 per week for 2. NEED A BATTERY? Buy the Best — A U. S. Powerlife MEHAFFIE'S SERVICE and family of Kalamazoo were Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. Edith Farr and Mr. and Mrs. P r obert Bill, who was State Teachers Million and son home from Ball James R. Uotta Edward B. Williams Dave Beck Judge F. D, Letts HANDS ON THE REIGN—Here are principals in the Teamsters union drama wMoh is unfolding In Washington. Federal Judge P. Dickinson Letts Is holding a hearing on legality of election as president ol James R.- Hoffa, who is being defended by attorney-Edward Bennett Williams. Wil-. liams is the lawyer who won acquittal for Hoffa on charges he planted a spy on staff of the Senate rackets subcommittee. A big shadow in the background- is Dave Beck, who continues as Teamsters president while the Holfa question remains. Beck himself is awaiting two trials. .In Tacoma, Wash., he is to be tried on income tax violation charges, and in Seattle, Wash., he is to be tried on larceny charges, in sale of a Teamster auto. (International) college for his vacation; Mr. and Mrs., Ross Tipton, son Tom and daughter Mary, students at I.U. were Thanksgiving guests of his mother, Mrs. Cora Tipton ,n Brazil. Mrs. Yewis Mullin who is chairman of the annual heart fund drive sponsored by the Indiana F-;dera' ion of Clubs: .announces that a .u-ncheon meeting will be held Friday in Roth Park hotel for chairmen and workers. The .meeting will open at 9:30 a.m. and dose at 3:30 p.m. Mrs. Dora Hemmig ' Nelson o: Ft. Wayne is recovering from two major operations, in Robert W Long hospital, Indianapolis. One operation was for removal of the Delphi Mrs. Edna Carmichael was taken to St. Elizabeth hospital Sunday after suffering a- heart attack at her home on South Indiana Street. She will be in the hospital about three weeks. •Mrs. J, H. Allen o£ Delphi; Mrs. Florence Coble, Eugene Ooble and .a friend of Logansport were lanksgiving Day guests of Mr. id Mrs. Charles Groninge'r and mily. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eaton, and rs. Rosemary Finnegan and fam- entertained at a turkey dinner i Thanksgiving for Mrs. Homer 121 — 13th St. 903 N. 6th S I • • • • • I LIKE TO SHOP Brumbaugh's FOR MY MEN The finest In Men's Wear Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Scott, Mrs. Doris Autore, Kathy and Susan, 'all of South Bond. Everett Cunningham fell at the Shell Bulk Station tere and fractured his hip. He was taken to Memorial hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sprague are. the parents of a. son born at St. Elizabeth hospital on Sunday. Virginia Davis has been dismissed from St. Elizabeth hospital, Amos Rassmussen has returned home from. St. Elizabeth hospital. Friends liere have received wor<] that Mrs. Lorel Blickonstaff, Heim- bach, a former local resident, suf fered a stroke. at her home a Columbia City and is now in thi Blake Nursing home there. He. Wednesday Evening, December 4, 193T. West Lafayette. Mrs. Lena Hannell entertained the "Neighborhood" bridge club at a party Friday night. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Will S. Suiilh. Mrs. George Rinehart of New York City will join her husband, George Rinehart, here Thursday at the home of his sister, Mrs. Isabel Baum, where he has an apartment. Later they plan a trip to California for the winter. The K of C 'turkey and ham dinner held Sunday night for-members and their families was a huge success. Cards were played after Baby Brothers Burn to Death SOUTH BEN'D (UP)—Two young brothers were burned to death Tuesday .light when fire blamed on an overheated space heater destroyed tV.e family apartment. Tiieir mother was at a nca>.-by grocery buying milk for their supper. Firemen found the bodies at Lorenzo Cranberry. 20 monlhs, and his brother. Mclvin Loui.i, 5 monlhs, on a sofa in the apartment. gall bladder and the other was j spent Thanksgiving in South Bend heart surgery. She is the daughter of Mrs. Nora Hemmig of Delphi. Miss Carolyn Johnson, a senior at Northwestern University, returned to her studies at the u'niver- dinner. Committee members m-< Mrs Edna Bright (old aulliori- eluded Mr. and Mrs. Francis 0'- ( j es slje ; 3ad gone for .. milk al a s-torc across the street from ihe apartmen'; and was not aware of the fire until it was noticed by a passerby. Mrs. Wright's two other children were not in the apartment at the time of the fire. Farrell, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Coomey, Mr. and Mrs. Daly and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Delaney. Mrs. Mae Rothroek of this city with her son, Jack Leach, and family. She is manager of the Haugh Coal Company. Mr. and Mrs, Glen Calvert and hrs mother, Mrs. Nora Shortridge, spent Thanksgiving in Terre Haule sity Sunday after spending the with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dempsey _ Thanksgiving vacation here with "" fom!1 " her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul ir.g with [heir daughter. Mrs. .Toe Carter. Dr. Carter and family. Miss Myna Ruth Roberson ;ind daughter, Isabelle Blockenstaff fe I Johnson, and her sister Susan. Otha teacher in Whitley county. Mrs. er guests of the Johnson family on Thanksgiving were: Miss Hattie Campbell, Frankfort; Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Heinmiller, Lafayette; Mrs, Levi Rothenberger, Miss Bess Rothenberger and Mrs. Mayme Sharp of Delphi, Mr. and Mrs. William Kerlin and son Samuel. Miss Johnson entertained five college friends recently at the home" of her parents and attended Heimbaeh was a former secretary and T. B, Nurse 'in Carroll County. Mrs.. Brice -Adams who wa.; struck by a car near St. Elizabeth hospital, in Lafayette recently Li able to be back at her duties in the county'treasurer's office. Shi; sustained a knee injury in the ac cident. Mr. and Mrs. David Rethcrfordithe Purdue-Northwestern game % in anci family. Mrs. Mayme Hefieng has returned home from Ohio where slie visited relatives for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Miller of Delphi are the parenls of a daughter born at St. Elizabeth hospital on Friday, Nov. 29. A marriage license has been issued here to William Mack Green of route 3, Delphi and Xrepha Ann Benefiel of Kockfiekl. Mr. and "Mrs! ""Roy" Gregg h'ave returned home from Columbus, Ohio, where they spent Thanksgiv- iy Roberson, arc on a two weeks' vacation in Florida. Miss Robin-son is deputy county recorder. The Delphi WSCS will serve a turkey dinner Thursday night at 5:30 in connection- with their annual Christmas bazaar which opens in the af'.ernoon. Many attractive articles suitable for Christmas gifls will be on sale. Mrs. Louise Darragh and daughter Miss Margare_t Darragh of East Chicago were Thanksgiving guests of the former's son, Clarence Darragh, and Mrs. Darragh Thursday. WARDS^ BUY NOW! USE WARDS CREDIT PLANS'WARD'S BIG ASSORTMENTS! ALL FIRST QUALITY! ALL TOP VALUES! toy sale! shop early to save more 30" Hi-heel Bride walks! Jointed ankles and knees. 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Save $10—Wards luxurious recliner— Comfort supreme at a new low price! 88 Buy the year "round gift of comfort for him I Lean back, rticliner adjusts automatically with your weight! pur- abl«, Itarher-lik* plastic cover. 54 Save $5-Modern TV Swivel chair Durable tweed or plastic cover 88 | $1 DOWN I Styled f«r comfort.;. d*ep rounded back, seat padded'with cotton end rubberized hair. See it in sparkling tweed or attractive plastic coven. 29 DOWN

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