Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on July 2, 1957 · Page 9
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 9

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, July 2, 1957
Page 9
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LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY Tuesday Evening, July 2, 1957. Report Russ Economy In Serious Trouble LONDON .(UP)—Soviet Communist Party boss Nikita Khrushchev's recent boast that Russia would overtake the United States economic lead in a few years looked like the wo'rst guess of the year today. The Chatham House Review, a Royal Institute for Foreign Affairs publication, in an assessment of the Soviet Union's current problems said Russia presently is facing one of its most serious postwar internal crises. "The Soviet Union is at present involved in a domestic crisis more serious than any she has met since the end of the last war," the review said. "The apparatus which served the country through 25 years when Stalin was at the h?lm of a highly centralized and tightly controlled economy seems to have reached the limits of its effectiveness," Khrushchev's latest strategy of decentralizing economic planning •is an at'cmpf to remedy the ills caused by the Stalin-type tight controls. But whether it will work remains to be seen. For some time, for instance, offi- na; Mrs. Richard Kindig and son, Mentone; Mrs. Paul Zile, Silver Lake; Paul Schumaker, Silver Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Helt, R. R. 3, are the- parents of a son. Monday morning two suits for divorce were filed in Fulton circuit court: Dixie Ann Swango, seeks divorce 1 from Junior K Swango, and requests custody of the couple's two minor children. She slates the -couple were married on Dec. 12, 1956, and separated June 22, 1957. Margaret Hook has filed divorce proceedings. against Charles Hook, charging cruel and inhuman treatment. The complaint states the couple was married Jan. 17, 1949, and separated Aug. 20, 3956. City police arrested two men over the weekend who paid fines of $15.75 each in Justice James Walton's Rochester court. Ernest Elkins, 37, R 1, Knox, was charged with public intoxication, after he was found lying in the yard at 802 East street. John J. Bailey, 26. R 4, Peru, was charged with disregarding a stop sign at the junction of U. S. 31, and Slate Road 25. Bailey is . . . , . . , , . c:a analysts have suspected mler-| an Ajrman slatione[1 at lhc Bunk( , r nal pressured behind Moscow's sudden anxiety for some disarmament agreement with the West. The findings by the authoritative Chatham House Review now tend to support tho.se suspicions that the Kremlin wan!s a respite 10 tend its internal ills. Russian affairs experts have discerned growing economic ^roubles in the Soviet Union in recent months, despite Moscow's at- Mill Air Force Base. Delphi Mrs. Pauline Moore, clerk in the Delphi high school principal's office, and her son, Robert'Moore, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lorcn Ayres at Bloomington. They also j she visited at Seymour. !kup Mrs. Emerson Johns, of near CROSSWORD PUZZLE Answer to restiraaya rum* ACROS* 1—Temporary bed 4 —Buck of neck 8—lies or U 12—Hail! 13—Wolfhound 14—Game played OB horseback 15—Sorry for sin 17—Aleutian Island 18—Finishes 19—Trials 21—Bondage 24—Obstruct 27—Near 29—Knthtwtastlc 30—Temporary r.roHa timber; II— Nebraskan Indian • 34—Stub.i 35—Sows 35—Prophet 33—Guldo'B high note 29—Pertaining to an Indian carved post 42—Tranquillity 44—Footwear 47—Indigent 49—That which g-Ivfis comfort 62—Girl's nam« 5:1—So bo ill 54—Perform K:i—Tableland 6fi—Young hawk 67—Afternoon party DOWN 1—Sleeveless cloak 2—Part of ntov« 3—Cares for w//, 4—Burmci* demoi) B—Bovoruge 6—Gasped for breath . 7—Go In R—Quarrel . »—City In Germnny 10—Jn music, high 11—French unit of currency 16—Land surrounded by water 20—A r ran fjc m en t 22 —Sacred books of ZoroaRtrlana 23-rContend 2ti—TOuropfitm mountains ^8—Intertwine 27—Part of church 28—Cliinc-ao unit of currency 31—Niroty an to choice of word* •3S—Annn - :t<t—Bl.tlionrlo :I6—Vaporou* 40—Sea 41—Swindle 43—Perlmls of tlm« 4[>—Slnjde In.itnnce 4f!—fili'l'n name 47—Shnllow veBSel 48—Number HO—Onenn 61—Aba tract beln* . Find Woman Lost 6 Days In Park Wilds tempts 'to cover up. Some of these j Delphi, sustained a severe head difficulties began to emerge openly, and many more became apparent as a result of Khrushchev's decentralization drive. But the experts have concluded that Khrushchev is tending to attack the symptom!! rather than the causes of lhc contradictions inherent in the Soviet system. They predict that Russia's economy will continue to face considerable trouble in the immediate and near future. Organizational handicaps, shortage of raw materials and manpower, and commitments U> underdeveloped countries and the satellites >re among the unforeseen factors responsible for current sot- backs to the Soviet's plans. Rochester Admissions to Woodlawn hospital are: James Brincy, son of Mr. and Mrs, .Raymond Brincy, Kevvann;); William Snydur, Madison street; Mrs, Paul Zllc, Silver Lake; David Personctl, son of Mr. a:id Mrs. Karl Pcrsonctt, Mucy; John Good, son of Mr. and Mrs. Uelbert Good, Kowanna; Ituth Ann Best daughter of -Mr. and Mrs. George Best, Kcwanna. Dismissals: Mrs. Murphy Rose, Jl. I{. 5; Lavada MticEvoy, Akron; Mrs. Merrill Collln, 408 Punllac Htrcct; Mrs. Loltoy Mills and son, Macy; Sheryl liowen, 10111 Madison street; Wanda Nickels, Kewan- wound when she suffered a tail in her home. Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon Kerlin had as guests in their country home near Delphi Mr. and Mrs. William Chrisman of Bedford. Mr. Chrisman is clerk of the Bedford court and is presently serving a; president of the Indiana Clerks Association. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Orr Jr. p'aid a recent visit, to St. Louis. Purpose of their trip was to attend several Cardinal baseball games, Mrs. Clara Slrns, of near Delphi, was visited by her daughter, Mrs. Larry Smith, and grandson, Bruce Allen, of Flint, Mich. Entertained recently by Mr. and Mrs. M. U. Dtmohuc, of Delphi, wore Diana and Nancy Stair of Collnirn, Mrs, Elizabeth Rolhruck, of Brookston, Mrs. Blanche Haugc and Mrs. John Childcrs, also of j Brookston, und Mr. and Mrs. Muns| field of Ottorbein, ALPINE, Tex. (UP)—Mrs. Clifford White described today how filed her nails with stones and kept a calendar by adding pebbles lo a row while she was lost for six -days in the parched wilds of Big Bend. National Park. Mrs. White, o[ IlousUin, was spotted from the air Monday by a search plane pilot and rescued by a ground party. Her first question was about her husband, from whom she had become separated in the scorching, rugged country, "Tell me, yes or no. Is he dead?" She was told that her husband had been found along a trail apparently dead from heal prostra- tion. He hadgbeen trying to reach help after ffieir air conditioned car became stuck in sand. Mrs. While -said she recited the |23rd Psalm while waiting to be rescued because "it sounds cool." She was spotted near a cave- like mountain ledge where she had found a trickle of water. Completely rational when found, Mrs, White, 4(i, was dismissed from the Alpine Hospital late Monday after an examination. Her face was covered with blisters and she hud sores around •her mouth from the thorns of prickly pears on which shu said she subsisted along wilh "some other things I don't care to remember." Losansport, Indiana, Pbaros-Tnbun* Nlm OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY — JULY 3rd — HARMONY BOY DROWNS BRAZIL (UP)—Arnold Laswell, 1(1, drowned Monday while swim' ming in Diet/. Luke five miles north of Clay City. Authorities recovered Laswcll's body from the private lake about 2'A hours later. 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