Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 14, 1957 · Page 19
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 19

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, November 14, 1957
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Thursday Evening, November 14, 1957. Sahara New Trouble Area For French Algerian Rebels Extend Operations Into N. W. Africa Foreign News Commentary By CHARLES M. MCCANN United Press Staff Correspondent The vast Sahara Northwest Africa is region o: developing into a new source of trouble for France. Algerian rebels have extendct their operations into the area and put a further strain on the French forces which have been fighting them for more than three years. At the same time Morocco, which obtained its independence ir 1953, has set up an "Office For Saharan Affairs" to emphasize its claim to a part of the territory. Involved in what seems certain to become, in time, an angry dispute is an area that contains immense resources in oil and other mineral products which France is starting to exploit in a big way. Saharan Region Large Algeria is 850,000 square miles in area. Of this total, about 724,000 miles lie in the Saharan re gion, the so-called southern regions. In its attempt to end the Algerian revolt, France is willing to give that country a great measure of self-rule. But the offer extends only to northern Algeria, which contains only about 126,000 square miles. If serious negotiations with the Algerian rebels ever become possible, France is prepared to offer Algeria a part of the riches of the southern territories. But it is evident that it will insist on keeping firm control over that area. As for Morocco, that country has pul in a claim to a big part of Ms.uretania, in French West Africa adjoining Algeria on the southwest. Morocco OppoSing^Francc Morocco's establishment of an office for Saharan affairs is a retort to 'France's action last summer in setting up a new "Ministry For The Sahara" which is to have control of the exploitation of oil and other resources. So far all the incidents reported have been small. But -they seem symptomatic of big-scale trouble ahead,'not only in the Algerian rebellion but in any attempt to reach an over-all solution of the Algerian problem. Bearded Bandit Draws Sentence Of 19 Years CORYDON (UP) — Vernis Bolen, 21, the "bearded bandit" who held up a Crandall bank and robbed it of $4,843 on Halloween, was sentenced to 19 years in prison Wednesday. Bolen's stepfather, W i 1 b u r n Goodpaster, who hid the loot under a rock in his backyard, was sentenced to 1 to 10 years. Bolen was sentenced by Harrison Circuit Judge S. Morris Wilson when he plepded guilty to a charge of bank robbery.. Goodpaster pleaded guilty to a charge of receiving stolen goods. Bolen was arrested a few hours after the Crandall Branch of the Harrison State Bank of Palmyra was robbed Oct. 31 by a bandit with a beard. But he was clean- shaven when arrested and steadfastly denied the crime. After languishing-in jail for six days, without shaving privileges, Bolen's beard grew out and witnesses identified him as the-man who held them up. Bolen ten admitted le robbery. All except a few dollars of the stolen money was recovered from glass jars buried in earth behind Goodpaster's house. Postpone Trial Of Marvin Preble INDIANAPOLIS (UP) Legal delays have forced a postponement until early next year of the trial of Marvin L. Preble, an Austin housemoving contractor accused of collecting $8.850 from the state for moving a house which never was moved. Preble was one of six persons indicted in the Indiana highway scandals. His trial originally was set for last Tuesday, but a defense motion for a change of judge was granted and it was not until Thursday that Marion Superior Judge Norman Brennan qualified to preside at the trial. Brennan said he will set a trial dale for late January or February. Read the Classified Ads Believe Russ Sputnik I Has Three Parts By UNITED PRESS Scientists at the Smithsonian Astrophysical Laboratory in 'Cambridge, Mass., said today that Sputnik I,.the original earth satellite, has three sections, not two as first believed. The experts said various reports from moonwatchers throughout parently was "comfortable to the the world showed the nose cone: of end" and was alive at least until the rocket is the third section, .last Sunday when radio transmis- Previously, only the satellite andisions from the satellite stopped. :!he rocket were definitely identi-[ fied. It was also believed that Sputnik II may have a second part, besides the section which carried Laika, the space dog. Five or six observations by expert astronomers indicate the satellite has two separate parts. In a report issued by the Soviet Union Wednesday, scientists said Sputnik I will expire by the end of December while Sputnik II will enjoy an "appreciably longer" life, Moscow Radio said Laika ap- Mrs. FDR Asks UN Control of Universe Race Urges Americans to Adopt New Attitude Toward Russians INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, widow of the late ' president, Wednesday night told delegates attending the 39th annual Indiana Farm Bureau convention the United Nations should have control of all scientific efforts if s ! n § le vt . sa for an American to penetrate the universe. i tourist. The 73-year-Oid former delegate to the UN urged Americans to adopt a new and enlightened attitude toward the Soviet Union and other peoples of the world. She said the UN is the "best "It is the United States that has an iron curtain," he told her. Mrs. Roosevelt said "there is a. good deal of truth in his words." She called for further "understanding of the Soviets. "You cannot win a battle unless hope" for the prospect of our chil- j you know your adversary," she dren living in a world of peace. | S aid. "And this is a battle." Mrs. Roosevelt urged support of; Mrs. Roosevelt said that most the UN, greater efforts at under- ~ " ' standing the Russians and communism and relaxation of travel restrictions on visitors from • the Soviet Union. * Mrs. Roosevelt, who visited with Nikita Khruschev while traveling in Russia recently, quoted the Russiap dictator as claiming that • .,-.• his country has not turned down 1 Read the Classified Ads Russians she came in contact with believe the U.S. wants to destroy their country "because Americans hate communism." "They think we are warmongers," she said. "And they believe whatever they are told by their controlled press." Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribuna Nineteen HUNTER IS KILLED MARION (UP)— Walter E. Timmons, 38, Marion, was killed Wednesday when a shotgun dis- home as he prepared to go on i hunting trip. 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