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Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, July 6, 1957
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Saturday Evening, July 6, 1957. 13. REAL ESTATE c. farm* FOR SALE: 200-acre farm, 2'4 miles southwest of Royal Center on blacktop road, modern buildings, silo, very good soil,'woven wire fences, well tiled, posses- Accept Local Truck Offer The board of works Friday accepted the high bid of the Universal Fire Apparatus company of Lo- V»ilG tGil\-V.J( I»C»J VUlrU) LfWOJCJ- * . , " ., sion this fall. Mace Martin, Roy- pnsport to provide a new fire *^ ' * fr>iinV tn-w* T*.iT-il Ftr-a «T*/>ho/»ftnn HOME AT LAST al Center. 80 ACRE farm near Grass Creek. $20,000. Lloyd Jefferies, Realtor, 403 East 13th. Rochester, Dial CA-36111. 4-H News The Boone township 4-Leaf Clov er club met Tuesday at the high school with the president, Marilyn House, in charge. Pledges were led by Darla McVay, and songs by Connie Martin. The secretary's report was read for rural fire protection. The successful bidder's offer was $22,027, slightly more 'than «,200 higher than the $20,795 proposal entered by the Logan Auto Parts for a vehicle built by the Howe company at Anderson. Mayor Eberts declared he felt the difference was not sufficient to influence the city to ignore the home town factory. The truck will serve Noble, Clay, Washington, Eel and Clinton townships with a 750-gallon water tank. Girls State Delegate Is Guest of Jaycees Logansport Jay-cees Girls' State _ f a ". delegate Sandra Ulbrich was the Jorite"food"Dues were collected. \gaest of that organization when Mrs. Fahler announced the follow- they met Wednesday evening at activiles: July M to 12, second clothing; Purceli's restaurant. Miss Ulbrich was introduced by , 1 p.m., meeting; July 9-9 to 4, third Mrs. R. C. Sherman of the Ameri- clothing- July 10-9 to 4 third cloth-jean Legion Auxiliary. She spoke ing; July 11 -9 to 4, second cloth- on her experiences at Girls State. ing; July 12- 1:30 p.m., judging; July 15 — dress revue judging; July 19 — dress revue at Washington township; July 23 — electric judging. The Ail-American Girls 4-H Club of Washington Township, Carroll County, met Wednesday, July 3, in the Deer Creek school building, with Christina Forgey presiding. The flag pledges were led by Brenda Downham and Vonda Williams. Twenty-three members and two adult leaders sung a song in response to roil call. Minutese of the last meeting were read by Lous Ann Sidenbender. 9 Health and Safety report was given by Sandra Sidenbender on "Plannig Ahead For Your Health Program". A group demonstration on "Correct Health Habits" vas given by Joctta Joyce Barbara Johnson, and Sandra Sidenbender. Donna McFatridge demostrated "How To Set The Table". "'How To Make a Slip Strap Holder' was demonstrated by Barbara Johnson. Sandra Miller demonstrated "Put- tins; Together a First-Aid Kit". The meeting adjourned wilh refreshments followed by recreation. The next meeting will be held July 17 at the Deer Creek school building, at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Johnson, adult leader, asks that all record books be turned in then. Winners of the 36-hole district golf tourney under the sponsorship of the Jay-cees were also introduced. They were Bob Wolfe with a score of 160; Bill Newcomb, 164; Paul Loner, 168; and John Wells, 174. Committee chairmen appointed for the year are as follows: Publications—Tom Crowe; committee chairman,reports, Steve Gordon; extension work, Delva Price; sport, Bob Hcdde, Jr.; awards Don Bcrshire; spark plug, John Melody; social affairs. Gerald Carter; Voice of Democracy, John Melody; civic affairs, Dick Bailey; traffic, Mel Itiley; programs, Kenneth Miller; train, Wes- Henry and publicity, Pete Boyd. List Special Awards for County Fair Special awards for. WMiner.s in 4-H cjub division exhibits at the Cass county fair July 21-27 have been listed by Gus Thias, county agent.. • The list includes: The 1957 Spotted Poland China special award of a trophy from the National Spotted Poland China Foreign Aid Figure Given WASHINGTON (UP) — The government reports'' that foreign 1 aid outlays totaled about $1,250,000,000 the first three months of Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Eleven _ MARRIAGE IN ABSENTIA this year. The quarterly figure brought to nearly 59 billion dollars total payments and deliveries of goods and services by the government to foreign nations since World War II. The Commerce Department said foreign aid in the first three Record at Indianapolis, for the mon . ths of 1957 ran about 30 per best gilt farrowed on or after Feb. 1, 1957, in the name of exhibitor who must 'be a Junior Member of the National Record.! The offer is sponsored by Bill and Betty Farrer of Royal Center, Rt. 1. who will present the trophy to the winner. The Farrers also will award $5. cash to the owner of the Grand Champion Barrow over all breeds provided the barrow is a purebred Spotted PSland China. The Indiana Duroc Breeders Association will pay $5 to the owner of the Grand Champion Barrow over all breeds in the 4-H classes provided the barrow was from a registered Duroc Sire and Dam. Chester While Award The Indiana Chester White Breeders Association, Inc. of Winchester, Ind., will give $5 to Marking the end of his harrowing ordeal, Lt. David A. Sleeves is reunited wilh his wife, RHu, 21, on his arrival at LaGuardia Airport from Los Angeles. The Air Force Lieutenant spent 54 days in the rugged mountains of cenlral California after balling out of his blazing Jet trainer last May 9. Allhough Ihc heavy growth of beard makes' him appear older the Lieutenant Is only 23. (International Soundphoto.) cent ahead of the final two quarters of last year. The department .said recent trends in distribution of foreign aid continued with Western Europe getting the bulk of military deliveries. Asia received the majority oE other grants and credits. Gary Youth Dragged To Death by Car of Fleeing Teen-Agers HOBART, Ind. (UP) — Police sought evidence of teen-age gang violence in the death of a 17-year- old boy dragged about ICO feel by an automobile Friday night. Larry Blair, East Gary, was dead on arrival at Methodist Hospital in Gary. Eyewitnesses said two cars jam- the exhibitor .of the Inter-Breed j mod with teen-agers pulled inlo a 4-H Grand Champion. Barrow if the drive-in near here within minutes winner is a Chester White, whose.of each other. A group of eight Deaths and Funerals Lt. Col. Segura Will Attend RCAF College BUNKER HILL AFIi—Lt. Col. Willz 1'. Segura, commander of the :i2.')rd Maintenance and Supply Group, has been Delected to attend the Royal Canadian Air Force Staff college in Toronto. Col. Segura will represent the United Stales Air Forct; as a student under the USAF-HCAF f change program. He was commissioned in April, liM.'i, and flew 102 combat mission? in IMO and P-51 aircraft with Gen Chenault'x "Flying Tiger Air Force." He IB credited with three Peru Youth Charged With Reckless Driving Police Saturday charged Richard Shanabarger, 16, of Peru, with reckless driving, in connection with an accident early Saturday morn- ,ng at 17I« E. Market street. The police report said that a car driven by Shanabarger ran into the car of Paul E. Dancey which was parked at that address. The right side and right rear wheel of :he Dancey car was damaged and .he left front and rear fender of the Khanabargcr car was damaged, thu report said. Police- also reported a collision at 11:1.1 p.m. Friday at the corner if Third and Market streets. A car driven by Marvin Pallcn- ger, 26, Deeclsvlllc, collided with a ear driven by Larry Lewis Koeb- cko, 17, Kcwanna, police .said. Right front and right front door of thu Pattenger car was damaged and left front fender of the Koeb- ckc auto was damaged, the report said. FREELL Funeral services for Mrs. Anna •Fred, 90, were conducted Saturday morning at the Fisher funeral home. Burial was made in the Star of Hope cemetery Huntinglon, MIl/LS Funeral services for Mrs. Edith .dills, 72, were conducted Saturday afternoon at the Kroeger funeral lome. Burial was made in Lake- on cemetery Wabash. Gl Meted Six Years For Slaying Sergeant FT. RUCKKK, Ala. (UP) young Negro soldier facet! a six- year prison term and a dishonorable discharge today for knifing a Japanese Zeroes and one bomber. | w |,ji c . master sergeant to death lust Col. Segura came In Hunker Hill month AFB from Maracuy, Venezuela, where he was an Aircraft Maintenance Advisor with the USAF Missi(m. He has been M&S Group commander since November, IMS. WIU, KEMODKI, STOKE Claude Harbor received a building permit Friday to remodel a storage area adjoining his store, 311! Kant Broadway. Cost of the project will be $500. The other permit issued by Ih'; building commissioner went to Kt la Galbroath to repair the sidewalk at BM Taniiuy utreel for $25. Third Street Market Veals Lambs Veal Hide* Bfcl hides Wayne's Produce Leghorn Hens Heavy liens . .18 . .16 . .12 ,Wh . .25 Popejoy Drotsing Plant Heavy Hens 13 Hens .11 FURNITURE LOANS . LINCOLN FINANCE COMPANY Moiln ,.)i. M|r. 3ZM REALGAS HIGH QUALITY LOWKIt PRICES SIS W. Market Ill-War 14 Ulh »nd Wowllnwn Seventh and North nine-man general court mar- board deliberated for almos 1 wo hours Friday before fixinj, lenience for Specialisl DC Karl Stewart, 20, Memphis, Term. Karlier, the board had found him guilty of voluntary mamilaughter in Ihe dealh of M.Sgl. Iloriry J. Un/wn, 2(1, Cognw.cll, N.I). JOHNSTON Funeral services for R, R, John, slon, 80, were conducled Salurday Sentence One To Farm; 21 Others Fined Cily Magistrate Harold J. Tuberty Saturday sentenced one man to 60 days al Indiana Slalc Penal Farm, gave a suspended sentence Lo another of (10 days at thc farm, fined seven persons for traffic violations, fined seven for public intoxication, three for disorderly conduct, and ordered a trial dale of July 9 for a man who pleaded not guilty lo a charge of disorderly conducl, Charles Pclers was fined $25 and sentenced to BO days at the penal farm on a charge of public intoxication; Charles Whiteman was fined $1 and was given a suspended sentence of CO days at Ihe farm on a charge of failure to yield right- sire and dam are registered with the Chester White Swine Record Association of Rochester, -Ind. Armour Creameries of Rochester, Ind., will award an attractive trophy to the winning showman in the senior. Dairy Showmanship contest at the fair. Kraft Foods, Inc., of Flora, Ind., will award an appropriate trophy to the winning showman in the Junior Dairy Showmanship contest held in connection with the Dairy Show at the fair. The Logansport Implement Dealers will award two trophies having youths, including Blair, charged from one auto to the second car and began pounding on it. Six the surrounded away from the youths were in car which shot scene with Blair snagged beneath it. Blair was shaken loose about 100 feet away, witnesses said, and the car sped away. Friends of Brail- said they had quarreled with the other youths earlier over a rear-end collision. Army Specialist William S. Girard was married to his Japanese • sweetheart—but he wasn't at the ceremony. Under Japanese la\v, the pair were legally wedded when his fiance, Haru "Candy" Sucyama (above), registered the necessary documents wilh a Japanese Ward Office. Present wilh "Candy" at '.ha wedding is a Japanese inter- • prcicr employed by the U. S. Army. Girard is sliti awaiting Die decision as to whether the Japanese or American Military court has jurisdiction over him, concerning the alleged shooting of a Japanese man. (International Soundphoto.) Khrushchev May Demand Purge in Czechoslovakia a tolal value of ?50 Lo exhibitors n a t e{ | ( 0 oilier reports of leen-agc of thc Grand Champion Pen ofjfjghLs j n Uie area. Five youths in the Blair car were held for investigation. fternoon at the Chase-Miller chap- O f. wayi in connection with an ac- el. Burial was made in Mt. Hope, cident. cemetery. GKAUKL Final riles for Bert Grand, f>7, •oule 1, Lucerne, will be conducted at 2 p.m. Monday al the Mctoa Baptist church with the Rev. M. L. K(ibin.soir officiating, liurlul will he made in the Baptist cemetery. Friends may r;all at the McCioskey- llarnilton chapel after 7 p.m. Saturday. Hoosier Is Killed In Crash; Four Hurt MWRBNCBVJ-U.K. III. (ffP)— Karl II. McKeo, 05, Washington, nd., was killed early today whuti the car in which he was a passenger slniok a bridge abutment on III. 50 seven mil™ ea«l of Jiero. Slate police said Samuel K. McKee, 22, also of Washington, a serviceman from ft. Lcoimrd Wood, Mo., fell a»lecp while driving. He in In serious condition In o Vin- citnnos, Ind,, l)o.ipitul, • Also injured In tin; wruck were lla/.el «. McKee, M. and Jackie MHLi, 18, both of Washington-, and Martha Harlwel'l, 22, Detroit. Cleveland Ball Club Unhurt in Bus Crash; Seven Others Injured CHICAGO (UP)— Soven persons wero hurl and Iho Cleveland 1-ndl- an«' baseball team escaped Injury when tho Indians' bus was involved in a ihrec-car collision on Chicago's South Side shortly before rnld- ilgJil Friday. Tl»; bun was taking the Indians .0 their hotel from Comlskoy Park. t was going oast in ,'Hst Sin-eel, leading for a south turn, An automobile carrying six men carne up an intersection rump and Hlruck another car which in lurn ainmed Inlo Uie bu.i, Coach Hod •Cress said none of lihe squad wan njiired, although some of the side *hwu the car hit were slightly ihaken, The six men, in Hie flrnt cur and >ne man in the second were treat- id at Michael fM.-e.io llonpLla'l for njuricH. The players wenl to Ihe i</L«l after the nocldonl. Trucker Fined for Driving Violation A hil-aiid-run driver, returned by city police from Peru at 2:27 a.m. Saturday, wan fined $!! and $14.75 costs in cily court on reckless cli-Iv- ing churtje. l.avcrne Oarrells, ofMilford, III. was driviuH a truck, which Htruck and (lamiijtctl the complete lef side uf a vehicle owned by Kveratl Roberts und parked in front »l I40.'H4 Maul Market direct. Gai'relU wa« haullw: n combine, which extended over the right wide of Hie truck and hit Hie parkec aiilo. Police, aclinK on u telephone tip of Lliu hil-aml-run, radioed to Peru police to Mop Ihc driver. Loca' officers Ihun wenl lo Peru lo re turn him In Lo«am:|)»rt. HELP WANTED - MALE Young man for General Office work in retail branch, Th» Sh«i-wln-William« Co. Excellent opportunity for advancement in many fieldi. fringe benefit*. CALL 4266 FOR APPOINTMENT Traffic violalion fines were levied against Kichnrd Shaimbar^cr, Peru, $5, reckless driving; u^ainst Donald Smith, 207 South Third, $10, reckless driving; Henry M. Vogaly, Columbia City, $5, improper passing; Lauren K. Garrells, Mllford, III., $5, reckless driving; Donald Craft, Flora, $1, running a red lifihl; Henry A. Coder, 400 Howard street $10, speeding; George F. School, Park Forest, 111., $5 reckless driving. Bennlc Miller, ]H2fl Woo'llnwn pleaded not xullly lo a charge ol disorderly conduct und his trial was set for July !(. I Fined on charges of disorderly conduct were Ednu Clark, MM) 'Lo- liellu Hlrcul, $10; and Charles and Helen Clark, 21.'i Waalem, $J.O, Kcllh A. Walker, route 3, Lo- gannport, was fined $S on a charge of Improper driving rCKlslrnllon. Silas Hunyun, 1117 S. Cicotl, Lo gansport, was fined $15 on u chnrg of having u Inick wilh u "leaky loud". Three Barrows at the fair. The 10!» Barrow award in Ihe form of a suilable plaque will be offered by Ihe Logansport Chamber of Commerce nnd a similar plaque will go to tho winner ot he Grand Champion Fat Lamb. $95 In Forestry John. I. Shafer Hardwood Com- nny will award $05 in cash prizes o Ihe 4-H Forestry exhibitors, hesc awards will be $15, $10 and 5 to Lhc first, second and third laces in divisions I, II and III. A j cash award will go lo the best xhlbit In division IV. The Peru Production Credit As- ociation will give an award or laque lo Uie exhibition ol the irand Champion Pen of 3 lambs. The Cass counly Breeders As- oclation will give showmanship ups In beef, sheep and swine lassen but former winners in howirianshlp arc eliminated from hcso awards. Thc HEMC serving Coss county Girl Seoul News Brownie Day Camp for the Girl Seoul AsKoeiallon will open Manlay, July a, ut !);30 a.m. Mrs. Genrgo TliomuH is camp director :md Miss Sandra Garver, a«sl«lanl direclor, llrowain Cump this year will he ,wo five-day sessions. The second le.sslon will start July IB, through he 10. This wa« made necessary ly Un) rapid growth of the Brownie troopti. There will be four mills, Trail's Knd, Spreading 'Maple, Warly Sellers, nnd Shndy Nook,, with approximately 21) girls per unit, Klghly-two ({Iris arc scheduled for the flr.il. wuek; eighty-one for the second week. The alaff will be: Miss Kdna Avery, nurKo; Mi's, Vulmn l/ndw- wood, nursery for small children; Mrs. !3<!s.sio Rush and Mrs. Knlo Roherls, cooks; Mrs. M.ury 'Km mord, crafl*. Counselors will be: Mrs. Gertrude Wilson, Mrs. Mary Kllon Winter, Mrs. Kvelyn Kosn, Mm. Virginia Phorson, Mrs. Tliul- ma Hamilton, Mm. Mildred Hallard, Mm. Phyllis Dibble, Mrs, Trances Webb, Mrs. Hcverly An< dcrson, and Mrs. Allen llemlngor Senior Scouts iwsistlng In the units and with camp will ho; Linda Brldcnbaugh, ' Klhabulh Corcoran, Marilyn Dodrlll, Pn Einmcrd, Carol Sue Hartlt, Jo Ann HarrlHon, Both Illghl, ArlenL Karon Kline, Carolyn Mas- Althea Wins Wimbledon WIMBLEDON, England (UP)— Althua Gibson of Now York real iae-d a childhood ambition today ;n ulii) won Uie Wimbledon wo men's championship by Irounclnt Darlcne Hard of Montebcllo, Cullf. W,'B-2, with a dovostatlng display if piwor tennis. The 211-year-old Negro slur, firs •f Imr race ever Lo win a single crown on the historic center court )verwhislme.d her jittery 21-yeai , soy, Mary Kllcn Mcllwaln, Pa Mc-llwain, ,)oon Pascjuale, Sally Roberts, Marilyn Rush, Barbara Shaw, Dlxl« Ulery, Joan Schmidt and Oalherino Ellen Fctllg. jld opponent in 100 degreu hea nd became the 1,'ith straight Am Find Bodies Of Trainmen BDBNTON, N.C. (UP)—Rescuers pulled from the waters of Al- bormarle Sound today the bodies of. Uie last two victims of a bridge collapse. „,.,,, i Three other crewmen survived Police from threecommunities | whcn lTO diese , ( _ 1 , 1( , ilK , s , )hlln , ed said they were looking into^ .lie j inlo thc walc ,. Fri( , ay , Mw n ,,„. | year-old wooden bridge across Ihe j sound collapsed from the weight of a 77-cnir freight, train that \v:is crawling across the six-mile span. The (rallies of oagint'er W. M. Minden, Norfolk, Va., and Sheila R. Bray, the conductor, Raleigh, N.C., v;cre dragged from '.he w.aler by a rescue and salvage operator, John Waff, of Kdenlon. The engineer went down in Uie cub of the front engine. Hray was possibility Blair's death EDITOR'S NOTE: United Press staff correspondent Russell Joni-s covered ihc uprisings in Poland and Hungary last year. He wns the only American reporter in Budapest at thc height of tlic revolt. He Is currently on assignment (o Eastern Europe. In the following dispatch from Vienna, major Western listening post t« Iron Curtain happenings, lie reiMirts tho Soviet political upheaval may bo followed by (he ouster of Stalin-. IsLs from Communist Czechoslo- Airman Refuses to Get "White Sidewall" Cut TOKYO (OP) — Airman 3-c Don Wheeler of Corte, Colo., who disapproves of "white sidewall" haircuts, today faced a possible maximum sentence of dishonorable discharge for Jailing to gel one. Wheeler, 20-year-old member of| Ihe Air Force honor guard al the former U.S. Far East Command Headquarters here, is being tried by court martial for refusing lo iiavc his head shaved on three sides, leaving only a crowcul fringe 0:1 lop. T'iic U.S. Air Force says a "whHo sidtwall" cut gives the men a distinguished "clean cut" look. But Wheeler says it means going io the barber shop every riding in the diesol unit. cab of the second JMI: jvj^i>i^> ni.ivi<ij£ ^/unn v./1-...vj ( i, , r and the Public Service Company i'ee days and • Units too much . ... . n rwlr nf n tn'i-n " jf Indiana will award a mer hundise award to Ihe achievement winner In each division of he electric project:;. Dudley Bridge of Curliss Candy Farms will give a $25 selecting mating Lo the Champion of each of Iho Dairy breeds. The mating will be on the champion animal. •le also will give u copy of "Fiting and Showing" dairy cutlle lo he Junior dairy showmanship winner. A special for Individual 4-H or FFA ful cattle exhibits, Ihe American Shorthorn Breeders As sociallon will pay an additional percent of each individual prii' mlum amounting to $!"> or more und an achievement award certificate will ho giviiii to the Individuals champion Shorthorn steers al tin, champion Shlrlliorn steers al the fair. Thu same offer Is made foi <l-il or I:TA breeding cuttle. The American Angus Assoclnlloi: will give a $li cash award and n champion ribbon In Ihe cliamjiloi: Angus <1-ll holfur al the counly full-. Also, Ihey will give $5 am a chumplon vlbboii to Uie drum Champion 4-H steer, provided tin. winner Is an Angus. Award Galveston 'aving Contract GALVJ.iSTON, Ind.—Contract for io resurl'ucing of Main street in ulvcstnn from Wnshinglon to orth has been awarded Lo Uie Tohr Conslrucl.lon eoni|)i|iiy of Ko- jmo on Its bid of $10,717.17, nc- irdlnit Lo Ihe Galveston town oard. Work on Iho project Is scheduled i begin in August. The Mohr bid us liie only one received. urlcan winner the Personal Miss Leltliel j-lunnwiilt, Nobl women's township school lenehor, enlcrui Methodist hospital In Indlanapoli Card nor Mulloy, Denver, Colo., and Budge Pally, a Ciillfornlun now living In Pai'ls, won Armwlca its first men's (l«ii1>l<--H championship since MM)) when they upset top seeded Lew Hoad »nd Nealo Ifra- ser of Austrulla, 11-1.0, «•<!, fl-4, 8-4. Friday for a period of. diabetic treatment. 407 Persons Take Swimming 'Lessons A totul of W7 persons IH parll- clpallng In the active swimming inHlruetlon program lining conducted by the summer recreation department Fifty-four adults are Inking lessons at the municipal pool ouch evening from 5 lo n o'clock. rkginnlng, Intermediate, and advanced swimming, In addition lo junior und senior llfu saving Is ol- fered lo MS!) boy* and girls each morning. Golf Instnuillon, tennis Inslruc- lion and art dome* are popular. Group games are offered Monday, und Friday ut niver sldc purk nnd Tuesday and Thur»day ut Folrvlcw pork, METKllS ItKCEIITfi LOW The Foulr of Puly holiday rctluc ed parking meter receipts lhi« week to $1,047.00, according to tho city clork.'Of this amount, $792 cnmc from street meters and $2fifi from metorod Jot*. Hit Back to Life 15-YiAR-OLD .fiimoti ttoonoy (iibovo) In iillvo today bocuiwo Dr, Albnrt Murphy, 44, lilt him Iwlcn In tho cluwt with liln (Int. JnmnH wnn cudilylnjf ut the Cliu'rloii rilvoi' Country nlnb, Boston, when ho vmi> iilruck by lightning. HlH heart wiu stopped lot Mevornl minuted, The doctor, ptaylnff xo" nma\>y, rtwliotl to him »nd utruck hl« cliDnt twice with hlii flirt. Th» blown «ot JiurMm' hourl buut- Inir «t»ln. nsk of a man." Court Notes Mrs, Donniibullc Shaffer, Illtl'/j last iJroadwuy, uskK custody of icii' Ihreo minor children ami sup- oil for Ihe children In n mill for Ivorco nitnliiKl. Harley Shaffer In lie CIIHH circuit court. By RUSSELL .TONES United Press Staff Correspondent VIKNNA lUPl—NikiUi S. Khril- shcl'.isv nwy order a major purge of Hie Czechoslovak Communist Parly and government when the Soviet Communist Party boss vis- i'.s Prague. Observers here believe Khrushchev, fresh from his victory over "doumnlists" in liic Kremlin, will insist Czechoslovakia fol« low suil in "cleaning house." 'clioslovaUia i.s one of the last of the major satellite nations run by old-line Sliilinisls. Us ruler);. have shown no ;;ii:ns of changing llK'ir ways since Ihe death of Josef SUilin nnd the repudiation of Ihe "cult of Ihe individual." Same Crowd In Power The only gesture m:vde by Ihc Pnigue regime toward following tile "Khrushchev line" \v;is to do-' mole Alcxui (Vpk-ka from (ho post of doftMi-k 1 minister to head tlm, palcnl office and lo oust Uulislav Sloll ns ininiNler (if culture. Hut liolli im-n i-emaii) as inoiubers of Ihe parly ill good standing. '. From President Anluiun 7nno- U>Kky and Prime Minister Vilcni Sirol'ty on down 4hn>ii|ili Ihe ranks of bolli parly ami government., IUHVOVIT, iho same old crowd is .siill in power. Tin-sis are the men, who under Ihe lale I'roMcleivl Klom«nl flolt- wald, oveilhrew dlic domorni'.ic Ijownimenl of Kdu.U'd llenes, nnd in 11152 hangvd Hndolf Slnnvky nnd 10 other "nalinimli.sl Onnmu- nhils." Throughout. Ihelr careens, they have been unswerving followers ol' the Umj;h line 'mid down by Slaliu. Ki-Nliufflu Appi-urs DllllcoH However, olwwwrs said any rc> shuffle of Ihe C/,i;ch Coninninlst Parly would lie difficult liecauso Iho elimination (if Slmwky and his about a utiarler of a mile of llic|"lndi'pcmIriH" Communist faction Stage Holdup At Plymouth PLYMOUTH. Trxl. HIP) — A 'neatly dressed" gunman he'd up Ihi; Security Loan Co. offhx- tmlny and escaped with m o r e tlun ia Spencer, n ckrk, w:is alone in Uie office when iVie biin- wearing a brown Mill ;uid slraw bill, waHted in, |>u',lcd a nun and su'ul, "give mo all the money you got." Miss Spuiicer said she look Hie money from a cash drawer and safe .'Hid handed it over. When niim:ii(cr Orvillu Wriske walked in, he wns ordered iiilo n buck room. Itolh were U>l<l to "keep fi'.iiel live minutes." Then the gunmim walked mil nntly awl distippi'nml crown! of stoppers. noneli.'il into a Twenty-Seven Cars Derailed at Lapaz il/AJ'AH, Tnd. (Wl-Thr Insi 27 cars of a IM-CIII- Hal'.imore XL Ohio Rnllrond freight train were derailed nenr liie sl.nl.lon Friday niglil, caiislii'i; exl/en.sive damage. None of lihc eriiwiiicn was hurl, however. Officials said the wreck lore up ruelly. The couple wns mnrrle'cl Vov. K, J050, nnd supurnliicl June 1), 1057, according lo the complninl lied lliroiigli Iho law firm of Jlan- in nnd Small. In un tincontoslcd ncllon nurely lo clour Ihe way for tlm liinncliig of u new township school, fudge Clifford Wild entered JiiilK- neiil Friday confirming that Jack- township Trusleu William K. and his advisory board jnve full (,'onlrol of nil schools In .he lownshl|i, Including UHIHO In the .own of (Jalveslon. AUorney J. T. illlls was mimed euminlsslonoi' to convey the Gulvuston scliool 'and •cut esliilc lo the lownship. This Hid never been done afler the C!«l- vuslon school board on Aug. 21). I!M<I, rcllmiiilxliud nil control of tho Giilveston schools. Tho deed pro- Hint Iho (Jalvcttlon school will revert lo t.he formtsr owner if it Is abandoned n» n school. Tom llli'.'K.'liiiiKjr wnii the attorney for Lliu plaintiff. Judge Wild onlurud judgincnl for the plaintiff In the suit of tho Nu- .lonal LumK'j'iTian's Hank of Michigan against K. C. Bull on n prom- notu In circuit court. Thu judgment was for *7W) principal, WO Inlci'esl and J200 ulloi-iioy fueu. llnnnn nnd Smull wore tho attorney!! for tha plaintiff. track. Traffic on Die niiiin lii still wns blocked this Jiiorning and crows .from (inrrolil ChlcniA) i-Bpniri'il the dini roadbed. Authorities blamed mil Jmiriuil for the. i burnud- COHNKI.L CltKW WINS lll:;NLKY-ON-'ri{AM.ES, (Ul'l—J'lic United SUileB won two cluunpioiuihlpK In thn Henley Hoyal Ku>!iilliU toilny when Cornell beat Vnlcta Olympic clunnploi)* In Iho Orand Chullenije Oup final untl 1'i'lncolon'n ISO-pound ci'ow won the Thames ChullenKo Cup. uoldstine Reports To Military Academy .Immvi A. (I'-old.'illne, n 11)57 u uiite of I,o|.:nn.spor1 hiKh school, ins reported lo Ihe I). S. Military \fademy at. We.sl I'oinl N. Y. lo (•Kin Hiiiiiinw IraiiilnK. lie Is the HIIII of Mr. und Mrs. ani(W 11. Coldsllne, <1I7 We.il. Mi nil avenue. Ills address Is: 2 JSCC, Now Cadet &i,, WeKl I'ohH. . Y, Goldiillne received hln a|ipolnl- rionl lo the acadi'my from Hep. HinrluH A. Halleek. Wreckage of Overdue ^avy Plane Located BURMKA, Cnllf. tUI'J-A l.wln- iiKlno Navy plnne, »n S'iK Is m- lorlcd ml'i.'iiiiK and belleviMl lo invo cnixhed and lirokon up In Ihe |!ii 20 miles nui-tli of here early oday, There were no Immodlalc re- >oi'ts of casualties. Wreckage of Hie plane, wlilch can curry a Hve-innn crew, was purid Ml II a.m. by two llslieniion, !IMII-(!U Curry and David A. llad- 'ord. 'I'liey mild they found n flare l>onib, Jump seal pads and what nppeiu-ud to IK; hll.« of Inimnn flesh on Ihe pad;). Cuimtm Kirn A flru caused by faulty wlrlnu on a loftxter brought 'flromen l( Shorty's rcsluurunt, 21tl Thin street, at !f:«l o'clock Friday night wan slight. (^ft li'h> parly willi no iillcrnn- ives Ui the Stalinists. The oliscrvens iH'llevi- Uie likely .•(•suit, of the Khnishehev-'Buli'.anii! visit, will he ji wave ol self-criticisms for "mistakes of Hie past" ind "failure lo learn Hie le.tsom of the iKiivietl 20th Party «>n- followed by "voltinliiry rc.'di'.n.iUous." Hut, liiicini.'ii' Uiero Is no llltlu to ehoose lietw«-en tin? pix'ii'ill l.'zwli lomlers, Uw olisei-vora ni'«. uawlllliiK to specnlale on wilw will fall and who will nMiKiin. Camden Seventy members of the Jjiclc son Township Hiiremi oltended UI lee i'1-eiini iioeinl lit the Cotninimlt] buildlnn Iiisi'i! Wednesday cvenlnK On Ihe proKi'iun wns n'solo l)j Don MrCidn, uccompnnled liy hli sisler. Marilyn McCain; n diinci led by John Herkshire, accompiv nled by Mrs. Wllnwr Ilodae; i piano diie-l by Charlolt and Judj Ihmhe.i. Hcv, William Mo.ic;lielle piislor of Hie Llilheran church KIIVC devolions. Commilli.'e In chai'Ko Includol Mr. and Mr:i. Wilbur Ilichnrdson Mr. awl Mrs. Chnrlos Sanderson Mr. and MIVI. John Herfeiliire, Mr und Mr.f. Karl Myers, Mr. «n< Mrs. Miles Martin, Mr. mid Mni Hnlph ItiilirabaiiKh Sr., and Mr and Mr/i. Clarence Arnold. Ladies of the Lutheran Clmrcl have sel Ihe dale for Ihelr lurltej «upp;-r and linxnnr on November 7, C!iH".it.i of Mr, nnd Mrs. Verm Avery w Ihelr daiiKhler, Mrs. l\o berl Thiiyer and fninlly of Whlttior Calif. , SALE CALENDAR July 30—Stoncy X J llce Holk-r Hink Waldron. Auct" July JO—Mr. Mcdford Flora Ralpli Hinchart & Soni July 32—Joe's Auction Te« July J7-~Dr. TJiomns L. Cooper Eslalc T*ol. Auct July 13—Rosa Myers Eat

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