Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 5, 1957 · Page 2
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 2

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 5, 1957
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fwo Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Red China Given Chance to Work for World Recognition Great Britain's decision to relaxjhave to renounce any ambition to trade restrictions against Commu-| attack the Chinese Nationalist nist China is clearly a development of world importance. Reaction to the decision in the United States and other Western countries indicates that the Red government is being given a chance to work for general diplomatic recognition. The relaxation, and the reaction to it, seem likely to bring closer the day when the Peiping government is admitted to the United Nations. Whether, as some experts believe, the lies between Communist China and Soviet Russia will be loosened remains to be seen. At present Red China must depend on Russia for most of the goods it needs. Nobody disputes the fact that the British decisior is a big victory for the Peiping government. Britain's lead already is being followed by other European countries which joined in the United Nations embargo against trade with the Chinese Reds after they entered the Korean War. Relaxation Was Certain The relaxation was sure to come stronghold of Formosa. The Chinese Reds also can help themselves by showing their political independence of Soviet Russia. Actually, they have shown this fairly plainly. They supported Poland in its successful revolt against Russian domination. Fragments of a speech which Mao Tse-Tung made in Peiping in February, in which he criticized Russian poll-, cies unsparingly, are still leaking into Western newspapers. As for the immediate situation, Japan is certain to follow Britain in relaxing trade with its Red Chinese neighbor. It Is likely that Japanese Premier Nobusuke Kishi will st art thinking about recognizing the Red Chinese government diplomatically. Sooner of later the United States will start thinking, too. Winomac Chauncey M, Felker Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Felker of Winamac, was one of 2,700 students graduating, Sunday, from Purdue University. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in sooner or later. To Britain andjp harmacv Wni | e at Purdue> h e other countries-including Japan' a member ot lhe Marching -which desperately need foreign Band and the Symphonic band, trade, Red China with jts 600 miI-i Rho Cni nat io na l Pharmaceutical lion people is a potentially un- Honor Socie ty, Skull and Crescent limited market. Not right now, of activiUes Honorary, and Delta Sig- course. China's buying capacity !ma phii sodal f rate ntity. Cornis limited. Britain itself calculates i m< . ncc ment exercises were held in that its present trade with Red; the Hall of Music and were at . China, amounting to about 28 mil-1 lended by M , r . an d Mrs. C. M. lion dollars a year, will increase Fc i ke r, Mrs. David Sodervick and only to 56 million dollars. The , big development is the reassessment of diplomatic relations—or lack of them—between the Peiping government and other countries—that the trade decision is certain to bring. Just how far, and how soon, the trade relaxation develops into a relaxation of Lhe diplomatic boycott of the Peiping government depends on the Red Chinese loaders themselves. K Mao Tse-Tung and Chou En- Lai, the two big leaders of Communist China, play their cards smartly it seems certain that they can capitalize on their present victory. First, and most important, they will have to" convince the United States especially that they have no aggressive aims. Muni Show Evidence This means that they will hav to give evidence that they will not foment a new war in Korea and that they will not encourage any aggression by Communist North Viet Nam against Ameriean-sup- portcd South Viet Nam. They will Miss Velma Moody. Chauncey has accepted a position with Osco Drug Co., Inc., at Waukegan, Ill.^and expects to (jo there the latter part of this week. The Twentieth Century Class of the Methodist church, mot Sunday evening, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Burrows and Mr. Charles Graves. Devotions were given by Mrs. Mary Fahler on "Peace." Forty five members and guests enjoyed a delicious supper at 6:30. Mr..Frank Kopkoy was in charge of the meeting. A short business session was followed by SAFETY AWARD WINNER FOR THIRD TIME Wednesday Evening, June 5, 195V. The McKinlcy school safety patrol was awarded the JayCce Safety Award for the third time this year, and was declared the best school patrol In Log&nsport. With th e banner award goes the trophy, wMch goes to the school which wins the banner the most times during the year. The patrol shown here, left to right, front row, Wally Fye, Logansport Police Traffic Department, Jerry McCIoskey, lieutenant, Jimmy Fisher, Jimmy Morrc and Carl Zimmerman, school principal with the trophy. Second row, Harry Gibson, Marty Hlrth, Kenneth Basslcr, lieutenant, and David Chapman. Third row, Pam JJcale, Vincent Skclton, Michael Emlcr, Diana Gibson and Lois Hillman. Fourth row, Gall Smith, Becky Cun ninghnm, Diane Darkc and Shirley Schache. {Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) • Comden Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sanderson on Memorial Day were' Mrs. Dorothy Ramick Nesson,' Mrs. Jack McBeth and two children from Springfield, Pa., Mrs. Nesson is a niece of the Sander- sons. Afternoon callers on that day were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Raber, Mr. and Mrs. Ott Kennel) of Royal ; Center, Mrs. Edna Mae Weaver of i Kalamazoo,.Mich., and Mrs. Helen j Raber, of Gary. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Harrison and children.of Fort Wayne, Homer Foster and wife of Wolcott, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brittian, Junior Hallam and family, all of Mishawaka, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Myers, Leslie Harrison and wife, Leroy Spradlin and family, all ot Logansport, were guests in town Memorial Day. Following officers were elected at a meeting of Legion Auxiliary unit 413, held Monday evening in the home of. Mrs. Betty Kussmaul: Grace Orion, president; Ruth Rohrabaugh, first vice president; Jane Calloway, second vice president; Margaret DeWitt, "third vice president; Jean Hedderich, corresponding secretary; Evelyn Chapman, recording secretary; Gladys Fife", chaplain; Florence Leslie, historian; Alice Linn, Sergeant-at- arms; Thelma Snoeberger, -exe day, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Clemens and daughter Millie Anne, of Fort Wayne and Mr. and Mrs. Holland Smith of Rochester. Mr, and Mrs. Charles Lizenby of Indianapolis, and Mr. and Mrs, Cliarles E. Lizenby of St. Louis, Mo. and Miss Minnie Lizenby, spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lizenby. A daughter was born June 1 to Mr. and Mrs. James Kuhn, of Winamac, at St. Joseph hospital, Logansport, by Cacsaroan section. Mrs. Dean Enyart of Kewanna, underwent surgery, June 1, at Memorial hospital, Logansport. group singing and contests which! Billy White of Bochestcr, is visit- were given by the hostess and as-| ing his grandparents, Mr/ and sislants who were, Mr. and Mrs. I Mrs. Lori McKinlcy. He is staying William Tissington and Miss Zona here while his brother, Mike is re- Uttorback. This was the la.st meeting before summer vacation. The next meeting will be the first Sunday evening In October. Guests of Mrs. Eva Oilman recently hav6 been Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mays and daughter and Mrs. Fred Kroogcr, of South Bend, on Thursday, Mrs. Ethel Garigan and son Bob and Kiss Jessie Hiphold of Valparaiso, Friday, and on Sun- covering from a broken arm. W. S. C. S. of the Mel.riodl.it church will meet in the dining room of the church Thursday, June (I. The executive committee will meet at 10:30 a.m. There will be a carry In dinner at 12:30 and the afternoon meeting wiil begin at 1:30. The worship leader will be Mr.s. Myrtle Nice and the program will DC in charge of Mrs. Ill) Coffing. Hostesses, Mrs. Aladean Clouser, Mrs. Joan Gordon and Mrs. Edith King. ' Home Demonstration club No. 2, will meet Friday, June 7, at 2:00 p.m. at Frank's cafe. Hostess will be Mrs. Jessie Budd, with Hazel Ewiiig and Mrs. Theresa Bachten- kircker, assisting. Program leader, Mrs. Amanda Jenkins, will give "Programs [or 1»5B." Roll call response will be "A Secret Ambition I once had." Christian church .will meet, Wednesday eve.nihg, June 5, at the home of Mrs. Max Frain, with Mrs. Ethel Frain and Mrs. Ccci: Lebo as assistant hostesses. ANNIE'S A CELEBRITY NEW YORK (UP) - Annie, a misnamed male penguin, will church held a dinner meeting at Indianapolis Sunday evening. Later they saw the impressive film, "The Ten Commandments". A mother and daughter tea was held at the Lower Deer Creek church. Florence Cripe was chairman. On the helping committee were Sadie Wertz, Betty Lou Edging, Clara Zook, Clara Replogle. Duet to the daughters was sung by Mary Kleckner and Edith Oyler, and duet to the mothers was sung by Judy Angle and Joyce Clark. Name of the song was "Mighty Like A Rose". Gertrude Heckard from Burrows entertained by "showering of hats" Prayer by Sadie Wertz. Two poems by Ida Keyes. Refreshments of tea, cookies and mints, were served by Clara Zook and Florence Cripe. cutive committee; Twylia Wertz, Grace Deel, and Esta Carter. Children of the Baptist Sunday School will present a program Sun. day morning. The Jackson Township Home Demonstration club will convene Wed nesday afternoon, June 12, at 1:30 p. m. in the home of President Mrs. Eva Jones. Assisting her will be Mesdames Roxie Stella Johnson and Wagoner, Margaret Graves. A "wedding incident" will be given in response to roll call. Rev. Duncan MacNab was speaker at Memorial services at Lhe cemetery sponsored by the Camden American Legion. Dr. B. C. Kcrkhovc, Colleen and Major John Eisenhower Gets White House Duty WASHINGTON (UP)—President i Eisenhower's son, Maj. John i Eisenhower, has been assigned temporarily as a White House staff officer working under th« direction of his father. DIES IN FIRE LINTON (UP)—Mrs. Crystal Malone, 46, was fatally burned i Tuesday while washing clothes in I her home at nearby Coalmont. , Police said she apparently threw I something inflammable on a fir« land it exploded,. Peru Fire Chief Is Bureau Speaker Walter Burrous, chief of the Peru fire department, will speak at the Harrison Township Farm Bureau meeting in the school at 8 p.m. Thursday. Firemen from Harrison township will be special guests. Pet and Hobby club will furnish entertainment. Members of the refreshment committee are Messrs. and Mesdames Orville Clark, Joe Schcetz, Fred Spitznogle, J. R. Montgomery, John Rudolph, Leroy Weaver, J. C. Webber and Harold Wilson. born James Cory of Indianapolis, born at St. Joseph hospital, Logansport. Mr.s. Cory i.s lhe former Marilyn I-talleck of Winamac. A daughter, Linda Lee, was born June 2, to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hoover of Wtnamac, nl Caracal hospital Winamac. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lamborn, nntl son Bob, of Elkhnrt, spent the weekend here in the home at her mother Mrs. Charles Le-bo. They had accompanied Mrs. Lebo home after a weeks visit with thorn. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Somers spent the weekend at Cinclnnlli, Ohio, with 'her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Tl. 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