Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 6, 1957 · Page 36
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 36

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iiixteen Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Yugoslavia, Poland Oppose New Communist Publication By CHARLES M. MCCANN United Press Staff Correspondent Both Yugoslavia and Poland apparently have decided to boycott a proposed new international Com- with Russia, For that reason, Gomulka signed the anti-western manifesto which was issued after the Moscow meeting of Red leaders. Tito, after suffering a convenient attack of lumbago which attend the Moscow meeting, or- agree t.o the setting up of any such organization. Now both Tito and Gomulka dered his own delegates to refuse seem to have refusec! to take any to sign the manifesto, part in the new propaganda publication, '• also that Tito told his Moscow j delegates to try to find out just i how strong Khrushchev is in his present leadership. The delegates went home, the report 'said, to tell Tito that Khrushchev's position ts unstable caused him to cancel his plan to because powerful elements in the Won't Risk U. S. Relations Relation? Apparently Bad There is increasing evidence that relations between Tito and The reason is that the material the Russian Communists are pret- munist publication. Dispatches from Eastern Europe say that plans to start the publication were approved at the re- Ser^om","^ ^ -n.Neither Titd nor Gomulka • lished in London says that the real in the new publication nat- bitterly anti-west-. bad. In this connection, a report pub- it tin by Com- wants to lend his name to any-ireason Tito refused to go to Mos- Soviet Communist party still want to revert to Stalin-type rule. MACY Mr. and Mrs. Earl Roberts and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Frobish and family were Thursday evening sapper guests of Daisy Frobish. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Renfro have returned home after visiting muni t Par'ie- in freeT countries thing of that sort and risk an- cow was that Nikita s. Khrush-! relatives in Florida. S well as in those under Commu-. tagonizing the United States. i c.hev, the Soviet Communist lead- Mr .. and Mrs . Charles McCar- as wel, as m those undci bommu Gomu]ka jn recen , wefiks has j er| tried to censor a speech he tcr and children of Nashville were uist rule. Soviet Russia failed in an at-,patched up tempt to win support for a bid townees with some of his differ-1 intended to make. form a new international Commu-'leaders. He is in a difficult situa- nist organization which it would . tion, under attack in his own coun- have sought to dominate. j try by his fellow Communists Both President Tito of Yugo-|who oppose his attempt to keep slavia and Communist leader:Poland free from_ Kremlin^ domi- Wladyslaw Gomulka of Poland' were among those who refused to • • I i < m-i 11 HJT « Russian Communist According to this report, Tito Alva McCarter. nation and by Communists and j sent the draft of his speech to Moscow in advance as a matter of courtesy. It was returned, the report says, with drastic deletions and revisions made by Khrushchev. others who want a complete break' The London dispatch reported weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Byron Harding and son spent a few days visiiing her mother, Mrs. Murray, at Logansport. Harry H'an, Amboy, was a recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. Blga Han. Mr. and Mrs.. Ray Bash spent Friday Evening, December 8. WST. Saturday evening in Logansport. Mrs. George Shambarger, Ohio, :s visiting her daughter, Mrs. Charles Slisher, and family. Fred Slisher has returned to camp in California after spending a 3-day leave with hU parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Slisher and family. Thanksgiving Day guests of Mr. and Mrs, H. B. Owens were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bash and Dick. Mrs._Dee Van Dalsen was a business visitor in Peru Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Basham and family visited with Mr. and Mrs. Victor Deeter and Mrs. Alice Deeter in Logansport. David Karn returned to Purdue University after spending Thanks-j giving with Mr. and Mrs. Harry! Karn. ; Betty Karn returned to college at North Manchester after spending Thanksgiving with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Reed and sons spent Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Campbell at •Richvalley. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Huntley and family, Kankakee, Illinois, were weekend guests of Mrs. Daisy Frobish. Sunday guests were Mr. and: Mrs. John Frobish and daughters' and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Roberts and family. The Past Masters organization of Miami county met Friday evening at the Macy Masonic Temple for a pitch-in supper and meeting. Thanksgiving Day guests of Mrs. McElwee were Ned BarUett, South Bend, Mr. and Mrs. John Frobish and daughters and Mrs. Daisy Frobish. Mr. and Mrs. Donn Nicols Jr. and family of Fort Wayne, Mrs. Bernice Zolman of Rochester and Russell Van Dalsen were Thanksgiving Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Van Dalsen and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith are visiting at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Richard Evans at Pleasant Mills, Indiana. Mr. Smith has been ill. Allan Van Dalsen was a weekend guest of Mrs. Bernice Zolman at Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Baber and family entertained Sunday dinner guests: Mrs. Golda Baber and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Edwards. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilson and daughters, Rochester, and Mr. and Mrs.- Dewayne Benedict and son. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Pratt, Mrs. Cora Heckathorn, Mrs. Golda Baber and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Baber and family spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilson and daughters of Rochester. Aflernoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Baber and family. Mrs. Ellen Dainko of Chicago is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Elga Han. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Edwards and family, Warsaw, were Thanksgiving Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Edwards. The Past Matrons club, Macy OES, met Monday evening with Mrs. Ronald Baber. APARTMENT BLAST BOCHUM, Germany (UP) — A two-story apartment building blew up in a shenl of flame early today. Police blamed a faulty gas pipe. Bacteria Cells Exploded By Simple Method DETROIT — A fast, simple method for exploding bacteria cells was revealed here recently by two research men at the University of California at Davis. The new meihod will vastly simplify studies of the chemistry of cell walls and the compounds inside cells, Allen G. Marr, assistant .professor of bacteriology, and i graduate student Stanley A. Ro- brish lold the Society of American I Bacteriologists. The cells are first placed in a concentrated solution of glycorol, or glycerin, which the cells soak up. Robrish said. Then the gly- jcerol-iaden bacteria are put in water and as- Ihe liquid rushes into the 'cells, they explode. Robrish said the new meihod makes it possible to recover large pieces of cell walls. Mexico has a record sugar crop •Jiis year. 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