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Monday Evening, June 10, 1957. Loeansport, Indiana. Pharos-Tribune NIw Predictions in News United Press correspondents around the world look ahead a the news that will make the headlines. Peace Prize For Ike Insiders in Norway give President Eisenhower a good chance to •win this year's Nobel Peace prize. Finn Moe, chairman-of the foreign committee of the Norwegian Parliament, disclosed last week that Eisenhower has been nominated es a candidate. In doing so Moe eulogized Eisenhower's "indefatigable" work for peace. A committee named by Parliament will choose the winner. If Eisenhower won, he would be expected to go to .Norway in December to receive it. Diplomatic sources suggest that mibht be a good time to hold a Big Four "summit" conference in some European capital. Red TV Don't be surprised if British Prime Minister Harold Macmilian appears on a Soviet TV program as a follow-up to the TV appearance of Soviet Communist Leader Nikita S. Khrushchev. The Khrushchev program was televised in Britain after its presentation in the United States. It has been suggested that Macmilian make a similar appearance on a Russian program. He is reported to be warm to the idea. But the initiative would have to come from Moscow. Chisel Airing Alleged chiseling in veterans charities will be aired soon by a House committee in Washington. A committee investigator is at work ntrw sifting complaints. One- complaint is that promoters are using veterans groups as fronts to raise funds. They kcop moat of the funds. Diplomatic Note You can expect a friendly diplomatic fashion war between the ny.v Austrian and American ambassadors to Norway. Both arc worn«n. En route to Ctelo on the Jiner Berge-nsfjord in American Ambassador Frances M. E. Willis. Already there is Austrian Ambassador Dr. Johanna MonHChein. Dr. Monsc-hcin is one of Kurope's best dressed women. Diplomats are sure MWK Willis will want to hold up America's end. Airway Argument Watch for lh« CurtiK Air safcrty report to increase instead erf IcHHcn th<; finM. In W-a.dimHtr/ri ov«rr wayi; to make the Kkyv/ay.s sale. The Curtis CornrniB.sion, uirvinK other thintf.'i, called for a completely in- <iop<;rKl<:nt Moral aviation aKoncy. (tonic e<ini:n:!isrnen, while approving th<: comiriiH.'iion'ji r<;<:ormm:n- dationx in Kunnral, say Ihrry are Curtis Comiriifwion, arnonn other thinn;:, called for a completely in- dnpcadcrit federal aviation Some congressmen, while approving the commission's recommendations in general, say they are designed almost entirely for the indefinite future, while the most critical period will come in the next three years because of crowded air lanes. Recover Last Body In Airplane Tragedy CHICAGO CUP)—The body of an Elkhart, Ind., woman, missing with three others on a plane flight from Elkhart to Chicago March 11, was recovered from Lake Michigan here over the weekend. Mrs. Dorothy Emmert, 44, wife of Paul.Emmert, an Elkhart house trailer manufacturer, was identified by a wrist watch on the body. Bodies of three of the four persons on the plane now have been recovered from the lake. BRING OWN TUB PLUGS | LONDON (UP)—A traveler to Russia advised would-be tourists i to bring along their own bath tub I plug when they visit the .Soviet i Union. Richard Jones, in a letter ! to the Sunday Express, said bath 'plugs "arc virtually non-existent i in the Soviet Union "because it's i an old Russian custom to wash | oneself in running water." "I told you we should have brought extra drinking water along — " TRAFFIC INJURIES FATAL INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—Aubrey Earl Graham, 72, Indianapolis, from injuries sustained in a Memorial Day traffic crash here. Graham was the third person died in General Hospital Sunday Ifstaily injured in the accident. Free Gift Wrapping' Ml N \ AMD WIK A FABULOUS lays the bPl|(Hlt pup! 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