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Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, July 6, 1957
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Burto» Strike It Rich Bntortalnment Happiness News Quoen Piay Ball Play Ball Baseball Baseball 2:00 News 2:16 Matinee 2:30 Hill Top 2:4S Pep. Young House Party House Party Dr. Maiono Lucky Ladles News Jack Paar Nuwo TBA Banoball Biuiclmll Baseball 3:00 Nows 3:15 Goodwin 3:30 Goodwin 3:45 Goodwin Woman Views Jim Conway Gold Coaat Take A Droalc News Lombardo Music MUHlo Baseball Baaiiball Baseball BcoruB Believe Trial Coming LONDON* (UP) —The mounting Kremlin campaign of abuse against the disgraced Molotov trio and other'-ousted Stalinists Friday showed all the earmarks o-f preparations for a purge.trial. Reports contained in western diplomatic dispatches received here predicted Vyacheslav Molotov, Georgi Malenkov and Lazar Kaganovich shortly will ba deprived of their parly membership as weH as' their iJarty rank and cabinet posts. This could be the last step before ordering an actual trial for "conspiracy" against the Khrushchev faction, the reports said. The caimpaign of per.wnal and ideological vilification by Soviet officials, the press and .Radio Moscow was in the classic pattern of Stalin-era purges. The handwriting also appeared on Ihe wall for M. Pervhukin and VT. Saburov, two other members of the ruling body of the party who tost their posts. Radio Moscow announced Friday that Uiey, loo, lad been ouslecl from their government positions as deputy premiers. Communist sources in London indicated thai it there were a trial, the Stalinists could face Ihe death penally they so often condoned for fallen comrades during their years o[ high power. 12:00—Channel 6 Channel 8. 12:15—Channel 6 Channel .8 12:30—Channel 6 Channel 8 1:00—Channel 8 1:30—Channel 4 • Channel 6 Channel 8 2:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel & 2:30—Channel 8 3:00—Channel 8 Channel 6 3:15—Charfncl 8 3:30—Channel 4 Channel 8 3:45—Channel 6 4:00—Channel 6 Channel 8 4:15-Channel 8 4:30—Chinnel 8 Channel 4 4:45—Channel 4 5:00—Channel 4 Channel 8 5:15—Channel 6 Life Adventures Saturday Evening, July J. I99T. gansport daughter, Market News-Weathe Farm New Farm-Horn Club 60 .' World Turns Miss Brooks IU Term. Ernie House Party Film Matinee PayofE Crosby Bright Day Queen Storm Movietime Edge Of Night Romances Movie Chapel Door Cartoons Stu Erwin Cartoons Churchman Mickey Mouse Early Show Chuckwagon IN <2AVEKNS,THEy EVEN WAIT LJNTIU M!<5tHTFAU- TO 6M.LV FORTH-TTOK f=acyy —THEM FL.EE BACK .TO THEIR SUBTERRANEAN HOMES WITH THE FIFZfiT U<3HT OF PAY. UIKE BATS, GUAdHAKOS. NAVISATE THE INKW PARKNESS,i£|UlI7ED SV THE ECHOES OF THEITZ OWN SONAR-LIKE TICK)NO NOISES. week. Another junior group will eave Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shanks of Logre the parents of a born July 2 at Memorial hospital. Mr. and MM. Earl the maternal grand- Purcell are parents. Miss Sue Keplar and Miss Berniece Patterson visited this week with Mr. and Mrs. Don Fellock of Miles, Mich. Mrs. Chester Chumney attend ed the National War Mothers con vehtion at Columbus, 0., last week. Mrs. Marlene Remley spent the past week with her husband, Pvt. Charles. Remley, at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Mrs. Harvey Felrow, Macy, Mrs. David Nicholson and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Perkins, Kokomo, and Mrs. Zona Filzer have returned home from- a trip through Ihe South. They attended an historical drama at Cherokee, North Carolina. They also enjoyed a conducted tour through the Great Smoky Moun tains. v last week, coming here from Westfield where he was pastor for two years. Rev. Fletcher was transferred to Winarnac at the conference held early in June, he succeeds the Rev. John Paul Jones who went to Princeton. Rev. Fletcher is a graduate of Greenville college, 111. and Asbury Theological Seminary and is now completing work on a Ph. D. degree at the University of Chicago. He is the son of a minister, the Rev, E. B. Fletcher now at Winona Laks. The Rev. and Mrs. Fletcher are the parents of four daughters, Walton The Kings Daughters class of the Methodist church will have' a picnic all day Tuesday -at Riverside park. Lunch will be served at noon. The husbands of members are invited.' Mrs. Charles Jnckson of Terra Haute was the guest of her husband and Mrs. Anna Duckworth a few days this week. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Jeter of Kokomo have purchased the Francis Bowyer property on South Mapie .street. The Bowyers recently moved to Logansport. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Huffman and family of Fort Wayne were church will meet Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Marie Turner. Mrs. Clara Braly was a recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Weaver of Hagerstown. Mrs. Mae Bruner visited Mrs. June Johnson and family at Galveston Thursday. Harold D. Bruner, Jeffrey Jones and Mike Ward will return home Saturday from Lutherwald camp at Howe.- They will be accompanied home by Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Jones. Kathy Leffert, Anita Rush, Sarah Erbaugh, Pat Carey, Judy Hammond, Sandra Hosier, Beckie Bosch, Cindy Bosch, Cindy Slurm, guests this week ot Mrs. Helen] Judy Foust and Jacqueline Roult Huffman. The Lutheran' Women of the of the Walton Christian church attended Camp at Pearson's. Mill this III Winamoc Miss Eleanor Baugh went to Berwyn, 111., Friday to attend the funeral on Saturday of Mrs. Frank Johnson. Mrs. Johnson is the moat her of Austin Johnson. Mrs. Chares Baugh returned to her home lere last Sunday after a weeks vis- t in Chicago with her daughters Mrs. Austin Johnson and Mrs. Edward McDonald and tiieir families, Mrs. Naomi Lizenby was finet $1 and costs when she appeared in Justice of the Peace Colbert Le bo's court Tuesday. The charge o; failure to yield the right of way was tiled by Stale Trooper Roy T Sheets. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mauz; have returned to (heir home a Fredrick, Md. after several week Margaret, Kalhy and twins Deanna and Dorna two years old. Mrs. Nancy On- has returned to ier home after a month in Snnny- •ale, Calif., with her son Robert ind Family. Tlie C. Y. F. of the Christian ihurch will have a lawn parly Tuesday evening, July 9, at ths home of Mr. and Mrs. Dave So- dervick. A son was born July 5 to Mr. and Mrs. George Tetzloff of Winamac at St. Joseph hospital, Logansport. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Abncy of <okomo are spending two weeks n their river cottage. Mrs. Mae Guss and Clifford Rans spent Thursday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Willard Grossman at Plymouth. Mrs. George Small and sons, George, Jr., and Jim visited her mother, Mrs. L. \V. Holderman, on Monday as they were going to Culver where Jim entered summer school. Mrs. Holderman accompanied her daughter home. Charles Holl entered the Veterans hospital at Fort Wayne, Tuesday, for observation. He has been in poor health for several months. Dave Sodervick has gone to Culver, where he is a counselor and leaches nature study in the Woodcraft camp. with Sam Wayne. her parents Funk and Mr. and daughler Mrs Ella The Rev. and Mrs. Bartor Fletcher and children moved inl the Methodist church parsonag FIFTY DROWNED IN INDIA CALCUTTA, India (UP) — Fifty persons were reported drowned today when a boat carrying 75 persons, capsized in the flooded, Behar province river of.Koel, 4:00 News 4:15 Jim Mllla 4:30 Sports 4:45 Jim Mills I'uu, Gibson Paul Gibson Paul Gibson Shopping Newa Polka Party News null' Stilwlll Oir Record News Toon Tunes Toon Tune* 6:00 News MftKazll t:16 Wod HowardNowi 8:JO Wed Howard Sport» 6:4D News News Wolk W«l It MuHlo Nowa Tuno Tlm» Want Adu t] n There "Wonders Ask Aerial Inspection To Siberian Frontier See Open-Skies Disarmament Plan As Test Of Sincerity Of Kremlin Shakeup* LONDON (U'P!—The West will [ ll test the sincerity ol the Kremlin Disaster Aid Need Checked INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—The Indiana Slate Agriculture Stabilization and Conservation Committee Friday began investigating the need ,for a federal disaster declaration concerning heavy rain damage to Hoosier crops. The committee's field offices received questionnaires to be used i as part of a stale-wide survey of ; the extent of damage. A meeting of farm and government leaders here Wednesday was lold crops in some counties arc "a complete loss." Results of the survey will show Hie exact numbers o-f acres destroyed, the number of farms suffering losses to livestock and buildings, the availability of local.! credit and the type ot relief needed. Police Slate Driver For Leaving Scene City police charged William Me- Kinley, 71, of route 3, city, with leaving Ihe scene of an accident- Friday afternoon, after he admitted being Hie driver who struck a parked car on Fifteenth slrecl the previous night, officers said. The parked' car, owned by Rulli Capon, 1203V.! Broadway, was struck and damaged in front of 115 Fifteenth streel at 8:45 p.m. Thursday. McKinley was slated to appear in city court Saturday. Former White County Resident Passes Away MONTICELLO, Ind, — Riles for Mrs. Mary Alice Si(.?man, 83, White county resident most of her life, who died at 8 p.m. Thursday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ray Trapp, in Lafayette, will be held al 2 p.m. Sunday al the Ilippenslcel mortuary, LafayeUe. Burial will be in West Poinl cemetery northwesl of Chalmers. i Claire Belcher, week-old daughter Born near Kokomo on Dec. 1, O f William and Marcia (Sherman) Betcher Baby Expires In Michigan Hospital PERU, Ind. — Riles for Mary nuclear stockpiles by transferring fuel to international depols. bomb shakcup with a disarmament plan to open all Easl - West territory from the Allantlic Ocean lo Ihe Siberian fronlier for aerial photography, Informed sources said Friday. The plan would include more Soviel territory than Western land because the Soviet Union is pro- portionalely larger. If the Russians accept it the Wesl would regard 'this as a firm Jndicalion of sincerity on the part of Ihe Russian leaders who have driven out the Stalin elements in Hie Kremlin this week. U.S. defecate Harold E. Stassen jt ne Ter"u "slrpcl Friday formally presented to Russia in the five-power UA'. disarmament subcommittee conference the rest of the West's proposals for disposition of nuclear weapons. Informed sources said Stasson told Soviel delegate Valerian Zorin the United States would be willing to contribute 53 units of fissionable materials to inlernational stockpiles for peaceful uses to every 47 units contribuled by the Russians. He said the United States would prefer a 50-50 arrangement but would be .willing to contribute more if the Russians insisted. Zorin, said he would answer to Ihe proposal afler .he sludies it. Stasscn also said the United Slates reserved the right to rebuild nuclear weapons from "dirty" to Ray J. Finicle, 52, Dies At Peru Hospital PERU, Ind. — Rites for Bay Jefferson Finicle, 52, of 69'/i South Broadway, who died Wednesday at Dukes hospital, will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Drake-Flowers chapel, where friends may call, Burial will be in Mounl Hope cemetery. Born in Logansporl. on April 25, 1905, lo Wallace and Alice (Dam- ,ron) Finicle, he had resided here 127 years and was employed with Ihe Peru slrpcl department. He was married in 1922 lo Emily Spill- :873, she was married Dec. 27, 1893, to Dick Sigman, who died 7unc 2, 1930. She had resided in ,afayelle for the past 1(1 years. Surviving are Iwo tlaughlers, Mrs. E. W.'Brchmei' of Delphi and VTrs, Trapp; Ihree sons, Russell of Yeoman, Harry of LafayeUe and Raymond ot Kentland; 35 grandchildren; . 41 great-grandchildren; and a sister, Mrs. Pearl Dye, r <okomo. Former Colburn Lady Succumbs At Lafayette DELPHI, Ind. — Mrs. Rosina Lehman, 8), a Colburn resident most of her life, died Friday at the i aid Exmeyer, Lyman McGuire and Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Harold Kiler, Mishawaka; three grandchildren; a brother, Ralph, of here; and two sisters, Mrs. Juanita Haines and Miss Dorolhy Finicle, bolh of Peru. Charles D.Truitr, 87, Expires At Monticello MONTICELLO, Ind. — Riles for Charles D. Truitt, 87-, White county resident since 1913 who died Thursday at tho Monticello nursing'home will be held al 2 p.m. Saturday at the Smith and Aufenberg morluary and burial will be in Riverview cemetery. "clean" ones whenever agreement j B °™ June 12, 1870, in Woodford, takes effect banning future production of them. He said the United Slales could not accept a complete ban on the use of nuclear weapons in event of war but pledged that the United States never would use them against any nttions not violating the United Nations charter. Stasjea went Into details on how IU., to Mr. and Mrs. Foslcr. Truitt, ho was married in 1890 lo Minnie Patton, who died, in 1954. He wos a member of the Nazarene church here. Surviving are nieces and neplv Read the Classified Ads Belcher, whp died July 1. in the Mount Clemens, Mich., hospital, were held at Detroit. The child was the granddaughter of Mrs. Maurice Sherman and the great-granddaughter of Mrs. John L, Dawson, both of Detroit and formerly of Peril. PLAN FINAL HEARING PERU, Ind.—Final hearings by the Miami County Board of Review, in session since June 5, will be held Monday. Many property assessment changes have been made by the board, composed of Auditor James M. .Kepner, Assessor Charles Shopler, Treasurer Don- home of her sister, Mrs. Emma Booth, rdute 3, Lafayette. Born Dec. 7, 1875, in Allen county, Ohio, to Chris and Barbara (Luglbell) Lehman, she was a member of the Colburn ECB church and Ihe Loyalty Sunday school class. Surviving wilh Ihe sister are a daughter, Mrs. Ada Woods, route 3, Lafayette; and two brothers, Lou Lehman of Pandora, Ohio, and Phillip, route 3, Lafayette. Friends may call after 3 p.m. Saturday at the Jnckson mortuary here, and riles will be'held there at'2:30 p.m. Sunday. Burial will be in the Colburn EUB cemetery. Geocgo Jenkins. Former Francesville School Teacher Dies MONTICELLO, Ind.—Short 'rites tor Miss .Mary Hubbard, sister of W. J. Hubbard of Francesville, will be held between 2 and 3 p.m. Saturday at the Qucrry mortuary, Francesville, prior to burial in the Pulaski c.metery. A Francesville school teacher for 30 years, she died Thursday at Jolict, 111. She went to Chicago from Francesvillo in 1925, and had been making her home with a nephew, Howard Hubbard, in Joliet. FIRE AT RESTAURANT Fire blamed on an electric loaster caused minor damage at Shorty's Lunch, 218. Third Slreet, al .9:50 p. m. Friday. Firemen quiofcly extinguished 'tile blaze, which destroyed the loaster and damaged a sliclf and the wall behind the counter where the toasl- er was located. AK.KEST SPEEDER City police arresled George F. Schoof, 22, Park. Foresl, 111., for speeding'Friday after clocking him with the electric timer at 43 miles an hour on East Broadway, a '30- mile-an-hour zone. He posted $22.751 forfeit bond and was released. STATUE TAKEN John Baker, 3212 Crescent avenue, reported to police Friday lhat a three-foot concrete slave boy statue had been stolen from the lawn at his home the previous night. No scientific instrument Is as sensitive to light as the eye. In the dark, sensitivity increases 100,000 times and you can delect a faint glow, less than 1/1000 as bright as a candle. $ MORE THAN 148,000 PAID TO OUR SAVERS FOR THE FIRST HALF OF 1957 Why don't YOU join this happy group of savers? 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