Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 18, 1957 · Page 33
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 33

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Wednesday Evening, December 18, 1957. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Ni™ New Russian Proposal May Bring Negotiations Soviet Russian proposal to| emp h as j zcc i the combined power nnrlpar weannns hnsos in ~e *u~ i.- *-AT/-\ «n;np ban nuclear weapons bases in central Europe may lead to new negotiations to ease the cold war. Premier Nikolai A. .Bulganin made the .proposal in the series of "peace and cc-existence"lot- ters he sent last week to -western allied governments and to all the United Nations. Bulganin said that if the United States would give up the idea of establishing the bases in West Germany, Russia would not set ;ip similar bases in East Germany Poland and Czechoslovakia. The United States believes that it is essential to establish intermediate range ballistic missile bases in the allied countries of western Europe. Principal N<\TO Issue This issue is one of the principal ones at the North Atlantic Treaty Organization conference now meeting in Paris. Some of the NATO countries e kly do not want them. They fear that they would become targets for Russian nuclear missiles if war broke out between the United States and the Soviet Union. Even Chancellor Konrad Adenauer, one of the staunches! leaders of the NATO allies, is hesitant about consenting to the establish- of the 15 NATO allies. But at the first business meeting which followed, Adenauer really got down to business, Adenauer called on Eisenhower and other NATO leaders to open the way for cold war talks with Russia. He suggested that a start be made through normal diplomatic channels. The idea would be to find out just what Bulganin meant in his letters. Onward Grange To Meet Thursday The Onward G-range will meet at the Grange hall Thursday ing at 7:30 o'clock. There will be a Christmas pro- Royal Center The WSCS o£ the Methodist church will hold their Christmas dinner on Dec. 18 at 12:30 in the church basement. Hostesses will Mrs. Carrie Campbell, Jose- gram. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Zell!P' ni . ne -Jewell, Helen Campbell, will be in charge of the arrangements. Refreshments will be served by a committee consisting of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Cundiff, Mrs. Ernestine Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Spencer, Virginia Spencer. Santa Glaus will appear with treats for all. Two Suspects In Jewel Theft CHICAGO (UP) — Two men, one of them a Christmas gift salesman, today faced charges of possessing items taken in a $100,1 ment of missile bases in West Germany. It is beginning to look nosv as if the United States may be forced into negotiations of some kind with Russia. President Eisenhower and Secretary of State John Foster Dulles i do not believe tha f Bulganin's va> ' Lois Snider, and Ineta Lucas. Perry Sr. Miss Annettie Good Batfie Creek, Mich, and Roy C. Tribbett were recently married. Dean Dawson, son of Mr.. and Mrs. Lee Dawson, received his first promotion. He is now private first class in the Army at Twenty-Nine Palms, Calif. A daughter was born on Dec. 5 j Miss Nacy Brown and Dale Hayto Mr. and Mrs. John Alfrey of den were married Nov. 30 by Rev. Logansport. Mrs. Emma Adams is the maternal grandmother. The Victor Chapel Community club will meet Dec. 19 for a covered dish .dinner and Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Oliver Sommer. Women's Fellowship of the Crooked Creek Christian church will have a covered dinner on Thursday, Dec. 9, at noon. Host- will Hattie Minthorn, Grace Hall and Mary Barr. The WSWS of the Evangelical United Brethren church will meet in the church basement on Wednesday evening, Dec. 8 at 7:30. Members will exchange' gifts. Hostesses' will be Mrs. Corabelle Handshu, Goldie Gundrum, Mrs. Elsie Hicks, and Mrs. Betty Herrick. New officers of the Mizpah class of the EUB church for next year are Mrs. Dorat Nethercutt, president; Madaline Goodrich, vice president; Mrs. Vervia Hiatt, sec- retary; and Mrs. Mayme Coleman, treasurer. The Christmas party of the Women's Progressive club will be held Friday evening, Dec. 20 at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Lucas at 7:30. KETTLE BASE MISSING Salvation Army officials have reported that the base from their Christmas kettle stand in the 400 block of East Broadway disappeared late Friday night or early Saturday morning. Lt. Wanda McGregor believes it may have rolled away or been taken by mistake, and requested that anyone who finds it notify the Salvation Army headquarters at 414 South Third street. PERU DEBATERS. WIN Peru high school's varsity debate team won its 25th straight debate Saturday at a twelve-team tournament in Delphi. The Peru debaters won all six of the tournament rounds to maintain their winning streak. Logansport high school's team came ia ninth in the tournament. 43, and Walter Spritz, 38, .were seized Monday with 21 Swiss-made watches in their possession. The watches were part of watch and jewel shipment which disappeared mysteriously Dec. 9 on a flight from Cleveland, Ohio, to Buffalo, N.Y. Jewelry salesman Werner Sonn j ^ of New York told'authorities he.'* checked his sample case aboard f the plafle at Cleveland, but that it was missing when he landed at Buffalo. Jaffe, the Christmas gift sales- an, was arraigned before U.S. Commissioner C.S. Bentley Pike Monday and his case continued. Spritz, part-owner of a motor sales firm, is to be arraigned today. ., , - . . ,, The FBI did not say how it nous "peace and co - existence t d t , , . u *. . proposals of last week were made and JaffC] ^ ga £ that SpritzPapz proposals in good faith. They are mindful of Russia's persistent refusal to enter in good faith into any proposals— on the banning of nuclear weapons, on disarmament, on the reunification of Germany—over a long period. Aimed at NATO Sabotage In addition, Bulganin's letters were too obviously aimed at sabotaging the NATO meeting in Paris. But pressure for some kind— almost any kind—of negotiations to ease the strain of the cold war, and especially to diminish the threat of a calamitous nuclear war. are becoming almost irresistible. Eisenhower, in his speech opening the NATO conference yesterday, spoke largely in generalities. He spoke of the need for "re-dedication" and "self - sacrifice" and parently tried to cover up when he was seized. Agents called for Spritz at his office, they, said, and Spritz took his brother's coat from the rack as he left. In his own coat, the agents said, there were 12 watches. WHITMAN'S Famous SAMPLER CANDY The World's Biggest Candy Seller— So Fine — So Famous So Sure to Please) $2 box TIMBERLAKE'S Here's How- To Make Your CHRISTMAS Wishes Come True VISIT DAVID'S Wishing Well Over $500 i. GlftS TO BE GIVEN AWAY CHRISTMAS EVE Come in and register for Free Gifts. 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