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Two Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Koniev New Military Spokesman in Russia Editors Note: Marshal of the Soviet Union Ivan Koniev and the 6,000,000 troops of the Warsaw Pact armies he commands are one of the principal heartaches the NATO power leaders will discuss at this week's summit meeting In Paris. The following "Who's In Tie News" on Koniev has been prepared by the United Press in connection with the Paris meeting. Marshal Ivan Stepanovich, Ko- niev; since the removal of Marshal George Zhukov from the Soviet hierarchy Last October, has emerged as the leading military spokesman in Russia. It was he who denounced Zhu- kov, and observers had wioticed some months ago he appeared to have hitched his wagon to the star of party boss Nikita Khrushchev. Koniev joined the Cr,ar's army, became a Bolshevik in 1918. His military ability and his political reliability and loyalty made possible his climb up the military ladder which brought him to the rank of the general at the outbreak of war in 1940. His masterly planning brought him victory after victoy. He halted Hitler's until-then invincible tank commander General Heinz Guderian. The end of the war found Koniev co-victor of Berlin with Zhukw and liberator af Prague. By this time he was a marshal. Koniev was the lirst Soviet commander of the Russian zone of Austria, and of Hungary and Czechosloviikia. General Mark Clark of the U.S. Army said' of him at the time "we get the finest cooperation from Marshal Koniev." Bullet-headed, pudgy, he carries rows of medals and decorations on his barrel-shaped chest, he has close cropped hair. Koniev was appointed to the command of the Warsaw Pact forces in May 1955, when the pact, as one Western observer then said, "put a juridical stamp of approval on a de facto condition— the merging of all the forces of the eight (East European) countries." Koniev commands, apart from Soviet troops, the forces of Al bania, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, East-'Germany, Hungary, Poland and Romania. He was barn Dec. 27, 1897 in the village of Ladeino northwest of Korov in Russia, He went IJD th« .village school briefly and worked as a lumberjack before he went into the Cznr's army.. Politically, he is a member of the central committee of the Soviet Communist Party, and experts have speculated h- brought his battlefield maxim into the fights within the party. It is, "Decide what the enemy expects of you, then do the opposite." local Man Arrested On Hit-Run Charge .Tames Hart, 22, of 1228 Wrigh 1 street, was arrested Sunday after noon by city police for leaving the scene of a property damage accl dent. Hart was charged with being the driver who struck a car owned bj James Lowe, 1807 George street parked in front of his home, on the night of Dec. 4. The driver failed to stop. Hart was slated after pieces o: metal found at the scene of the ac cident were found to match torn metal on the front er,d of Hart's car. iNsrt denied driving his car on the night of the hit-and-run accident. Clay Township FB To Meet Tuesday The Clay township Farm Bureai will have a Christmas turkey sup per at 6:30 p. m. Tuesday at the Adamsboro community builidng. Men of tfie club xvill be in charge of the program and the supper. Those attending are asked to bring a covered dish and table service. DSSWORD PUZZLE An " wer *° s » turda ?"« Pu «" ACROSS 1—Carols 0—Collect ll—One invested with vicarious authority 12—Trado 14—Teutonic deity 15—Twist 17—Additional 18—Poso for portrait BO—Goes by water 23—Writing implement 84—Biblical weed 2G—Dinnenvaro 28—A state Cabbr.) 29—Incline 31—Cornea into view 33—Mental itnag. 35—Security SO—Yields 3D—Jumps 42 —Throo-tood sloth 43—Plaything! 45—Broak . suddenly 46—Foasesslv* pronoun BO—Exniro 51—Vessel 53—By birth 55—Sur. god 6fi—Well-dor 59—Surpriso 61—Lenses 02—Spirited horso DOWN 1—Continued 1—King of Bashan NEWS OUTLOOK United Press correspondents around the world look ahead at he news that will make the head- ines. BRIEF HANDSHAKE 3—OjDenwork fabric 4 —South African antelopes . 5—Strip of leather G—Hebrew mon th 7—Parent (colloq.) S—Weapon D—Coaso 10—Calm 11—Hcmalns at ease 13—Tears 16—Ilfver in Africa 19—Spoor 21—Yonnjj snoop 22—Pilfer 25—Finished 27—Iroduoian Indiana- 30—Singing voice 32— OrKan. of th« body 34—King of the Huns 36—Lift 37— Conjunction 33—Thick Bllcfc 4i)—Coupled 41—Lanco 44—Inundates 4 7 —Father 49—.Tog B2—Metal fastener 54—Compass point 67—Latin conjunction ES—Rupees (abbr.) 60—Prefix; down Hint Eisenhower-Adams Friendship Getting Cool Monday Evening, December 16, 19ST. Two Fight- As Rangers Beat Wings By UNITED PRESS Two fist-fights marked the New York Bankers' 4-2 victory over the Detroit Tied Wir.gs Sunday night in Madison Square Garden. In the first brawl, goalie Terry ( Sawchuk of Detroit and centerj dorf, Bob Voigts • became one of i Washington sees it, and no chance Red Sullivan of the Rangers each' the best tackles ever at. North- ! at ail-on his suggestion for drop. ond place in the National Hockey League. League-leading Montreal defeated Chicago, 2-0, .with Bollard St. Laurent- and John Marshall scoring for the Canadiens. Jacques Plante turned aside 13 shots in, registering the shutout for Montreal. Toronto climbed into a third- place tie with Boston by .beating the Bruins, 3-1. ' BOB VOIGTS As a player under Lynn Wai- Washington gossips are wonder- ng whether the close friendship >etvveen President Eisenhower and Iherman Adams, his assistant, may have cooled. When Eisenhower shook hands with well-wishers )ofore he flew to Paris Friday, Adams got the quickest handshake of- all. In contrast, Eisenhower had a few words to say to his 'old 'riend Gen. Alfred M. Gruenther and quite a few more for Vice President Richard M. Nixon. APPOINTMENT Tokyo reports that it will be noj surprise if Adm. Arthur W. Rad-' ford, former chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, is given a high dip-l lomatic post soon, The word in Tokyo is that it's possible he may •be named ambassador to The Philippines if the present envoy, Charles E. Bohlen, decides to retire. Alternatively, Radford .might be appointed to some other Southeast Asian ally. Tokyo says some of them (members of the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization are feeling neglected. Naming of an ambassador of Radford's standing would be a morale-booster. HOOPLA There's likely to be a lot of political hoopla but little action on farm legislation next i-ar. Wash; ington says that about all Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson will get from Congress — besides arguments — is extension ol the law which permits the sale of surplus foods abroad. Benson stands little chance of winning approval of a proposal to retire whole farms from production, as new Russian telescope will be used to map temperatures across the surface of the sun. The Russians want to find out the connection between sun spots and communications difficulties and weather changes on earth. This information would be of great military value as regards radio control of space missiles and long-range weather prediction. TROUBLE Intelligence reports say that the North Korean Communists are experiencing increasing difficulties in keeping farmers under control. Signs of unrest are mounting and the farmers are showing more resistance to Communist controls. A big crackdown is in prospect. PUMPING The federal government may lave to pump a lot more money received a major penalty for fighting. Later in the second period, Read the Classified Ads Bucky 'H'ollingsworth of the Wingf and Jack Evans of the Rangers had a light of their own. By the: start of the third period, New- York had a 2-t lead and Danny Lewicki and Sullivan each scored in the final period 'o help the Rangens solidify their hold on sec- western. As a coach at his alma mater, he out-foxed Waldorf (then at California) to win the 1948 Rose Bowl game, 20-14, in the high point of a coaching career that spanned eight seasons through 1954. Whatever happened fo> Bob Voigts? He's out Ji football today, in the real estate business in Northwestern's "home, town"— Bvanston, IB. ping price supports to 60 per cent of parity. ANOTHER FIRST? Western, European scientists are about convinced that Russia has another first — the most powerfu" telescope in the world. Britain's Joctrell Bank Telescope has been the biggest, It was finished just in time to track the Soviet Sput niks. The scientists believe the WE SEll! WE INSTALL! WE SERVICE! For your promotion, should you ever n«ed it. Scars nationwide service is as near as your phone. men are trained in efficient factory mnlhods/'Ust only Sears parts, low cost! 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Big reason: ,The cost of atomic development has increased' sharply in the last two years and the payoff, in the form of hoped-for corporate profits, has receded in'. 3 th« future. SPORTS OUTLOOK Look for Ron Delaney to .sweep all his races when the new indoor track. season begins during the next couple of weeks. Delaney, the Irish lad who runs for' Villanoya University, has won 17 straight indoor races and there doesn't appear to be anybody around who can snap his string. Delaney has run a mile in 3:58:8 outdoors and is the best bet to run the first indoor mile under four minutes. However, he would need a fast rival to push him to that goal, because he runs only ao fast as he las to in his races. lead the Classified Ads AND SERVICE IS FAST, TOO FROM NOW UNTIL CHRISTMAS Open Wednesday 'til 5:00 P. M. loam Up to $300 O.A C. FINANCE CORPORATION 325 PEARL STREET Opposite Telephone Company logoncparf. Indiana TELEPHONE 5101 Offlci Hours: Doily 9-5; Wednesday & SoUirdoy Ml IT'S 10-30!!' 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