Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 3, 1957 · Page 36
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 36

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, December 3, 1957
Page 36
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Twelve Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Girard Free; Going Home For Christmas TOKYO (UP)- Army S3C William S. Girard, freed by a Japanese court in the fatal shooting of a Japanese woman, packed up today to go home to Illinois with his Japanese wife for Christmas. He was free to leave Japan after Japanese prosecutors announced they would not appeal the suspended sentence given him for manslaughter. The 22-year-old Ottawa, 111., soldier and Haru (Candy) Sueyama Girard, the 29-yearold Japanese divorcee he married las'. July while awaiting trial were tepta lively scheduled to sail for the United States on a military transport on Friday. Girard was elated at the prosecution decision not to appeal the case. "I feel good all over," he said. Japanese and U.S. officials •were relieved. Opposition Japanese Socialists and the daughter of the woman Girard killed were incensed. The announcement brought an end to the controversial case that began last Jan. 30 when Girard fired a cartridge case from the grenade launcher on his rifle and killed Mrs. Naka Sakai, 46, a metal scavenger, at the Camp Weir firing range. ed on the State Exchange Bank. Col. Allen E. Elliott underwent major surgery at the Robert Long Hospital, Indianapolis, recently. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Paul of Culver are the parents of a daughter, born at Osteopathic Hospital, South Bend. Hampton Boswell and Robert L. Cultice were in Indianapolis attending the annual conference of the Indiana Association of Insurance Agents recently. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Vorcis are the parents of a daughter, born at the Culver Clinic. The annual Thanksgiving horseshow at Culver Military Academy was.held on Nov. 30. Capt. Robert Freeley was director of horsemanship. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Listenberger and daughter, Jill, of Hammond, Mr. and Mrs. George List- enbergcr and daughters, Kathy and Tena, were recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Listenberger. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kline had dinner guests on Thanksgiving. They were Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Kline of Culver, Mrs. Mary Leland and Mrs. Lucy Vorcis of Poplar Grove. Mr, and Mrs. Paul Ellery left on a trip through Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kowatch and Mrs. George Thornburg were in Donaldson recently- visiting Mr, and Mrs. Keith Beldon and family. Says Religious Revival Set For America By LOUIS CASSELS United Press Staff Correspondent ST. LOUIS (UP) - A top Protestant official said today America is ready for a religious revival but it hasn't had one yet. Dr. Roswell P. Barnes, associate general secretary of the National Council of Churches, said Christians have no right to be "com- placent" about the "widespread interest in religion" that has swelled U.S. church membership to an all-time high of more than 100 million. Instead of basking in their own statistics, he saifl, churches should address themselves to the ' tremendous task of leading their new members beyond a vague "faith in faith" to genuine "obedience to God and acceptance of his prof- ferred salvation through Jsesu Christ." In a major addresa before 2,003 delegates to the national council's triennial general assembly, Barnes cited many aspects of national life which prompt "humble reflection the actual state" of religion in America. "The incidence of crime has reached a new high, the national divorce rate is a scandaLand alcoholism and narcotics addiction have become a widespread menace to health and morals." On an even deeper level, Barnes said, "the reaction of our nation to the Soviet's recent launching of satellites has been alarmingly revealing." In "frenzied fear and jealousy" of the Russian scientific achievement, America has come "dangerously" close to throwing overboard its own "standards of value" and adopting the "materialistic" Communist belief that technological progress is the only thing of "fundamental importance." A truly Christian people could face the "possible technical superiority of a challenging power" with a calm confidence that "our ultimate destiny is in the hands | of God and that we are not the helpless children of historical circumstance." To carry the British Board ofj Trade mark as genuine, Harris! tweed must be made on hand' 'ooms in the outer Hebrides Islands. Tuesday Evening, December 3, 1957. Pick Cheerleaders Wednesday Morning Freshman cheerleaders will be elected Wednesday morning at the high school after auditions in the! Berry Bowl during guidance per- 1 iod. j Six cheerleaders will be select- 1 cd from 19 candidates. The candidates are: ; Vicki Hizer, Sue Eagan, Roxie: Wray, Roberta Hammontree, Car-j ol Crisman, Carol Hunt, Ann Chris-1 olm, Beverly Quillen, Patty Mol- lencup, Mary Platt, Mary Roberts, Linda Moon, Janet Higgle, Margie Conrad, Mary Johnson, Sue Martin, Louis Oilman, Carolyn Ezew- czyk and Beverly Fitz. Read the Classified Ads RESTYLE THAT OLD FUR! CALL US: Logan Fur Service 52t High Phone 363Z TIMBERLAKE'S Culver Rosella Carol Hartle and Arthur L. Bollhoefer were recently married at Mount Hope church. Miss Betty Jane White of Culver and James Klepinger of Prescott, Mich., were married at the Burr Church of God, Burr Oak. Mrs. Floyd Deck entertained 21 members and guests of the Golden Rule class of the EUB church in South Bend recently. Thirty-two members of the Max- Inkuckee Junior Women's club met Monday evening at the Methodist Church .Fellowship Hall with 20 members of the Culver City Club as guests. Mrs. John C. G-lackman was the speaker. Hostesses were Mrs. Harold Hatten, Mrs. Robert Lindvall, Mrs. Irvin Hatten, and Mrs. John Lucas. Ray Fisher retires on Nov. 30. He was a rural route mail carrier after serving 33 years and two months as postman. The Daughter's Ruth class of the Methodist church will meet Wednesday evening, Dec. 4, at the church lounge. Hostesses will be Mrs. Ralph Osborn Sr. and Mrs. Myrtle Houghton. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Masten celebrated their 41st wedding anniversary on Sunday with a cinner for guests. n Jessa Warmbrod v/as injured when he fell from a corn crib at his home. He was taken ".o Osteopathic Hospital, South Bend. A new bank sign is being erect- STATE INDIANA '' COUNTY OF CASS NOTICE TO A.IA PERSONS IN- IJHE EsrATB OF . In the Circuit Court of Cass. County. Jfovember Term, 1957. 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