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LOGANSPORT PUBLIC Fourteen Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Russia's inclusion in Marshall Plan Back in 1947 Explained by General WASHINGTON (UP) — Gen. George C. Marshall said today it was "essential" for Russia to be invited to join the famed "Marshall Plan" in 1947 even if it meant the Soviet Union might try to wreck the program. "It was essentia' that the idea of mutual cooperation on economic matters be open to everyone," he said. Marshall, former secretary of state now in retirement, discussed in a rare interview the historic plan for postwar European recovery that he proposed 10 years ago this week — a plan credited oy some with saving Western Europe from communism. Talking to a reporter by tele- Hospital Notes St. Joseph's ' Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Walter Miller, 702M; High street, a daughter. ' Admitted: Walter Mehaffie,. 1327 High street; Mrs. Effie Guard, Camden; Warren Myers, route 3; Mrs. Opal Marchand, 1006 Nineteenth street; Donald Miller, 1705 North street; W. N. Tnomas, 229 West Miami avenue; Mrs. Emma Cummings, 614 West Market street; Harry Fowler, 1916 North street. Dismissed: Mrs. Flotila Cox, route 5; Mrs. Martin Cody and daughter, 10 Wheatland avenue. Memorial Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Donnell Logan, 120 West Miami avenue, a daughter; to Mr, and Mrs. Ivan Skiles, Young America, a daughter. Admitted: .Mrs. Nellie Shriver, 717 Helm street; Miss Edna Powell, 215 West Linden avenue; Mrs. Carolyn Hammon, Forest; 'Mrs. Helen Bannon, SIC C street; Mrs. Mabel Gillespie, Kewanna; Harry Kile, Royal Center; Mrs. Nettie Hartman, route 6; Mrs. Charlotte Knglish, Royal Center; Miss Anne George, 212G East Broadway. Dismissed: Waller Felker, Bur- rett.sville; Mrs. Betty Glover, route 1; Mrs. Helen Sailors, 023 East Market street. •ihone from his Leesburg, Va., .iome, the soldier-statesman said Ais health "hasn't been very good" and he is "doing very little these days—I don't get out much any more." Recalls 1947 Situation Marshall was asked his recollection of events 10 years ago surrounding the occasion of his • famous June 5, 1947, commencement address at Harvard University. 1 It was in this brief speech of little over 1,000 words that Marshall unfolded the American offer to cooperate with many "if not all" European nations on a, recovery threatened to extend to Western Europe as well. During a 1 stormy meeting with Soviet . Premier Josef Stalin in Moscow in early 1947, Marshall became convinced, the Russians were promoting chaos in Europe instead of trying to improve the "grave character" of the situation. Marshall ordered intensive study to see what America could do. to get at the "root" of Europe's problem. He considered the outside chance Russia might decide to join a recovery plan. But even if they did he decided In advance the Reds couldn't wreck it. PREPARED BOSTON — "Guilty or not gull- .y?" asked the Court Clerk James Monahan of a defendant charged with stealing 16 bedsheets valued at $103. "Not guilty," cried the defendant, "but I have the money right here to make restitution!" plan. | Soviet Foreign Minister V.M. Speaking in a firm voice, theJMolotov joined .in a few early 76-year-old Marshall said: . | meetings in Paris with British and "You have to remember the situation in Europe at that time in order to understand what was goinj on. This was a fast moving situation which caused us to move fas'.er — faster than we had planned." As outlined by Marshall then and now, the situation in Western Europe 10 years ago was chaotic. Free economies were 'staggering under postwar reconstruction costs. Raw materials and fuel were scarce. Machinery was lacking or worn out. Communism was on the rise. Moscow's grip on Eastern Europe Lucy Powlen's Beauty Shop Open Again After Vacation Phone 4363 Dykcman Park Road French officials to consider the Marshall proposal. But after a few days Molotov pulled ou'., denouncing the idea in effect as a gigantic American "imperialist" plot. The big gamble' for Europe between East and West began. The United States staked its policy and ultimately about 12 billion dollars on the consolidation and recovery of Western Europe. The Soviet Union staked its policy on disunity, chaos and collapse. LANDSCAPING Service IK Our Most Important Product AMERICAN LANDSCAPING CO., Inc. E. City Limits, Peru Ph. EN-M260 1,996 ENROLLED TO READ Librarian Mary Holmes Monday announced that 1,996 children anc adults were enrolled in the library summer reading program. FUR STORAGE Cleaning & Repairing Logan Fur Service 521 High Phone 3632 NEW COURSE BUFFALO, N. Y. — The University of Buffalo will. inaugurate a four-year civil engineering course next September. The university now offers programs in electrical, mechanical and industrial engi neering.' ' GERANIUMS 25c and up Petunias, Coleus, bedding plant! for flower boxes and garden Hardy Mums. Vegetable and flower plants, the best and disease resistant varieties. Spray materials, Statler's and Rapid Gro. Plant foods, peat moss. Markert's Greenhouse 1529 Pleasant Hill No Delivery Jim White Fire Insurance Ph. 2491 EUNICE BEAUTY SALON Open Evenings — Phone 2392 ALEXIS SMITH iay« "AYDS help me LOSE WEIGHT WITHOUT DIETING" "Take Ayds," says Alexis. "I enjoy one or two Ayds candies, as directed, 15 minutes before meals. My appetite fades, I eat less, lose naturally. Doctors proved the Ayds Plan best, safest at New England clinic. Prove It yourself. $2.98. Money-back guarantee. ATDS Vitamin anil Mlmral Conriy PORTER DRUG CO. 4th t Ma. Fred Kmni, R. Ph. Tuesday Evening, June 4. 1957. HOUSEHOLD AUCTION (Clip This Ad) SATURDAY,JUNE8,1957—1 P.M. 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