Friday Evening, June 28, 1957. Soviets Showing Anxiety In Atomic Weapons Talks Soviet Russia is showing signs o£ serious anxiety over the nuclear weapon situation. For one thing, it is hardly likely that unless the Soviet government had been worried it would have accepted, after years of refusal, the principle of aerial iaspection to guarantee compliance with any agreement to suspend nuclear weapons tests. Anxiety seemed shown also by the series of dire threats which Premier Nikolai A. Bulganin made to Allied countries if they permitted the establishment of guided missiles bases on their territory. Gromyko Complains The latest indication of Soviet anxiety was given on Tuesday by Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei A. Gromyko. Gromyko summoned foreign correspondents in Moscow to his office to complain with unusual bitterness against a statement made by Gen. Lauris Norstad, supreme commander of Atlantic Treaty forces. It had been disclosed on June 22 that Norstad told a congressional committee that if Russia started a war, the Allied forces could destroy all essential Soviet military targets. Gromyko said that Norslad's statement was not the "mere raving of a boastful general" but part of a plot to block a disarmament agreement. He complained especially that the .statement came at a time when partial agreement on disarmament seemed possible at last. Gromyko did not mention the fact that Norstad had said that the Allies never would start a war and that he did not think Russia would sjart one either because of Allied power of retaliation. Have Good IlcaHon He did mention the recent statement of Nikita S. Khrushchev, the Soviet Communist leader, that Russia had perfected a hydrogen bomb so powerful that it could not be tested "because neighbor, ing countries miglit suffer." The fact is that Russian leaders have good reason tx> be worried over what might happen in a third world war. From the Allied viewpoint, the evident Russian anxiety is certainly a good thing. H Is Alliud .striking power alone that has induced the. Soviet government, in a radical departure from its policy of secrecy, to accept the principle of aerial inspec- tion which alone can guarantee compliance with any disarmament agreement. Wants South Korean Troops Trained for Atomic Weapons Use TOKYO (UP)—Gen. George H. Decker, incoming Allied commander in South Korea, said today he believes Republic of Korea forces should be taught (o use any atomic weapons that are issued to U.S. troops in the divided nation. In an exclusive interview, Decker emphasized that present plans for an Allied military buildup in Korea do not include any provision for the equipment of South Korean forces with atomic weapons. The four-star officer said U.S authorities here and in Washington have reached general agreement on the new weapons to be supplied to Allied forces in Korea, but have not yet decided whether they should include artillery and rockets capable of carrying atomic warheads.. "Our now weapons buildup is not an offensive or aggressive move," he said. "We are going to bring in our latest jet planes, tanks and small weapons, but we have no intention of establishing overwhelming military superiority... "We are going U> correct the current unbalance of power in Ko- 13." The Communists, who began th military buildup in Korea a matter of days after the fighting stopped, said today that any matching increase in Allied power IK "intolerable." Radio Peiping, quoting Red leaders in Korea, reiterated the Communist warning that "thu U.S. f/v- ernmcnt musl.be held fully responsible for all the serious consequences" of the military buildup. North Dakota has 451,000 acres of commercial forest land within its boundaries. Read the Classified Ads For All Occasion!* GREETING CARDS "that say what you want to say' HIATT'S NEXT TO LOGAN THEATRE Slate Hank No. 37B Itcp'.irl of condition of THE TWELVE MILE STATE BANK of Twelve Mile In Hie Stale «f Indiana ul the c!<Mic "»f business on June li, ]!ir>7. AS.SKTS Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balances, and cash iUirns in process of collection .......... $ 030,111.74 United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed ...................................................... 1 ,300,71)7. 1.1 Obligations of .States and political subdivision!) ............ III!, 0(10. Ill Other bonds, notes, and debentures ........................ 221,"i7l!.52 Corporate stocks (including None slock of federal Reserve jiank) .............................. . .................... None Loans and discounts (including $05.79 overdrafts) ........ 1,210,0011,10 Bank premises owned $.'l,04H.IJU, furniture and fixtures 19,797.01) ...................................... : ........... (Bank premises owned are subject to None liens not assumed by bank) Real estate owned other than b«ok premises .............. Investments and other assets indirectly representing bank premises or other real estate ............................ Customers' liability to this bank on accejitunces oulelundlng Other assets .............................................. 12,fM5.5()l None None None 11'J.74 TOTAL ASSKI'S $3,4<il,7ffUK UAJIII.JTHCK Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, ;jml corpora tions .$!,' .r>:i Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 1,741,341,2'J Deposits of United .Status (iuvmiinciiL (including postal savings) 4,7H!U(1 Deposits of States ami political ;iubdivisions 310,017,M Deposits of b;mks ; Nune Other deposits 'certified and officers' checks etc.) 2,071.84 TOTAL UKI'OSJTS !$K.1'JII,788.24 Bills payable, rediscounts, and other liabilities for borrowed money None Mortgjjges or ulliiu 1 Jicus, None on tjiink premises and None on other r«;il eslnu: None Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank and out.ftaiiiling Nona Other liabilities 17,111X1.Ill) TOTAL UAUILITH'JK <;APITAL ACCOUNTS Capil ;il» ? 50,000.00 Surplus JOO,000,00 Undivided profit* !)!>,ll)MO Kcserve. 1 ) (and retirement Hccmmt lor preferred ciipitiilJ,. None TOTAL OAI'ITAL ACCOUNTS $ 24!i,l»l.4D TOTAL LIAHILITIKS AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS «,4«i,7lll,02 "Includes proceeds of None of debentures sold to the Reconstruction 'Finance Corporation, None of debentures sold to local interest)! which debentures are subordinnted to the rights of creditors ;in<l depositors, ami 500 shures of common .stock, pur $100.00 per .share, MKMOItANDA Assets pledged or unsigned to secure liabilitlcti unil for • other purposes $ JOO.dOO.Ofl (a) Included in Loans and Discounts urn LOANS TO AK- I'MLIATKD COMl'ANIKS None (b) Included in Other Bonds, Notes, Debentures mxl Corporate Stocks are OI1L1CJATIONS OK AI''1''IL1ATKIJ COMl'ANIKS None (e) Kirst lien trust funds 'None (ul Loans as shown above are after deductions of reserve* of 13,774.23 (b) Securities UN shown above are after deduction of reserves of : None 1, Harold A. Grlest, C'ushfer, of thu above-named bank, do solemnly •wear that the above slatumeni, is true, and that it fully uncl correctly represents the true state of the several matters herein contained and net forth, to the best of my knowledge nml huliof. Correct—Attest: HAROLD A. GItiJffiT 0. It. I'ICKEIUNG OKA W. GRABL1S PAUL HOE/INK KVKIlli/lT SKINNJJH Directors State «f fndiana, County of C'nss, SH: Sworn to nnd subscril>ed before me this 2(!th day of June, 1957, •nd 1 hereby certify thai t urn not tin officer or director of this bank My commission expires .Inn, 21, I'Jfii Ho.wmm M. Cullender, •y commission expires Jan. 21, 11)01 IOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY ~ Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tnbun* S*v«Ji Where the friendly Spirit Towers High S-A-L-E FOR VALUES DRESS SALE Suds-foving, NO IRON Plisse Casuals These deficiously feminine checked charmers fashioned of breeze-cool plisse wear so well . . . wash so wonderfully . . . and always look dewey-fresh! 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