Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on July 8, 1957 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, July 8, 1957
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Monday Evening, July 8, 1957. Full Significance of Soviet Shake Up'Not Yet Apparent One big qaestion in the Kremlin! all experts on Russia will have shake-up is whether Soviet Russia! been proved wrong, They have in- is heading again toward a one-1 sisted that Russia really has a col- man dictatorship. ,. |lective leadership. They say that It may be several weeks before I nobody including K-hrushcbcv, ths full significance of the shake-!wants a return to one-man rule, up becomes apparent. That sounds reasonable. For the moment, it is dear that Communist chie-ftain Nikita S. Khrushchev has emerged the victor in a long and serious dispute The evils of the "personality cult"—Stalin-type rule—were denounced in the Communist Party resolution ousting the rebels. And on policy with Vyacheslav M. j Z'nukov especially, whose career Molotov, Georgi M. Malenkov and Stalin nearly wrecked, could be Lazar M. Kaganovich. .expected to oppose one-man rule But there is reason to doubtj ^ the full support of the army, that Khrushchev either aspires lo ; Salm nearly wrecked the army be dictator or could be if he j »>» , b ? w «» n * out lt£ h)gh com M-anted to. j man<1 '" h ' s purges ' Molotov, Malenkov and Kagano- vict. are accused of opposin Khrushchev and Premier Nikolai Rochester | Miss Helen \Vilson was a Lo- A! Bul'anin in pretty nearly every- j gansport visitor Saturday, thing that came up in the Kremlin.' Mr. and Mrs. Carl Barnett and Know Domination Ended three sons of Chicago are spending This included agricultural- and some time in Rochester, the guest industrial reforms and reorganize- of his mother, Mrs. KM B. Bar- tions and a somewhat more liberal netl. On Friday evening they call- governmental set-up. ed on Mr. and Mrs. Oil Smith, It include relations, with leaders north of' the city. . of oU'ier Communist countries, rio-i The Rev. and Mrs. B. G. Fields tably President Tito of Yugoslavia, of Walnut Creek, Cal., arrived who led the movement toward in-; Saturday afternoon to spend the dependent communism. , jweek end in the home of Mr. and Khrushchev and Bulganin real-1 Mr.s. Lyle Bailey and family, ized that the day when Russia! The Rev. Fields is a former pas- could exert complete domination!tor of the First Baptist Church, Roof the affairs of other Communist'Chester and while serving this countries had ended. I church, he organized the Wedding In foreign policy, the Khrush-, Rim; class. chev-Bulgamn program of "peace-j Saturday evening the Baileys en- ful co-existence" with Western -tcrtained (he members of the countries and the development of. wedding Ring class to a ham-sup- persona! contacts with the leaders, p eri j n honor of the Fields. of those countries was involved. M r . and Mrs. Howard Kwen en- It is indicated strongly that do- plained Rev. and Mr.s. Fields to me.=tic policy and relations with i .]j nncr Friday evening, leaders of other Communist conn-! ;vir. and Mrs. Ted Davis and tries overshadowed foreign rcla-l [ ] au ,,' n t eri ,j an et, had a.s their lions in importance. ] guests Friday night, Mr. and Mrs. Actually, Khrushchev and Bi.I-1 Krncsl Becker, and Mr.s. Harry ganin had pursued their policy »f stookcy, of Fulton, Mr. and Mrs. "co-existence" despite Molotov. | A j Schlaug of Logansport, and Mr. When he opposed the personal antl Mrs Tor(1 Brice and family contact technique, Krtrushchov and. of Chicago. Bulganin simply left- him home; Mr _ am , - Mrs Harrison Partridge, IGW Monroe street, are the parents of a son. I Mr. and Mrs. Dwighl Sherman, j uf Fulton, are the parents .of a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Kermil Biddingcr, and Mrs. Faye Swibart .spent Suni (lay in .South Bend veiling Mr. and Mrs, Pete Coleman. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Shaw and son, Bobby Dale spent Sunday in home while they made personal-contact visits arroad. A year auo, they threw him out of his post of foreign minister. But Molotov, who once had been regarded as Josef Stalin's heir, Malenkov, who succeeded Stalin as premier only to he deposed, and Kaganovich kept on flighting. Otislcrn SlrenKtliun Army How serious the situation became is shown by the fact that in the big shake-up five of the C'lerai members of the Communist i Presidium—the men who really rule Russia—were ousted. Naturally, the shake-up has strengthened Khrushchev as the! No. 1 man in Russia's collective leadership. The position of the army in politics has bcon .strengthened by the promotion of Defense Minister Gc-orgi K. Zhukov to full membership in the Presidium. Hej .s the first professional soldier toi become a full member. Whether, as some suKxesl, Khrushchev is on the way to becoming a Stalin-lypp dictator remains to be seen. U hu is, nearly ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. McElhinney. Other guests were Dr. and Mrs J. G. McElhinney of Phoenix, Arizona. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Holloway of Plymouth called on Mr. and Mrs. Harry McVay Sunday. Mrs. Carl Overmyer and Mrs. Harry McVay were business -visitors in Logansport, Saturday. • The Neighborly Club will have a hamburger fry in the home of Mrs, Bill Severns, Tuesday evening. A special program is being prepared and all members are urged to attend. Several suits were entered in the Fulton County circuit court: Divorce proceedings were entered by' Dorothy Chapman, vs Harold Chapman. Also, The State of Indiana vs J. T. Thomas, charging drunken driving. | A marriage'license was issued' in the Fulton County Clerk's office to John P. Jackson, Qunicy, 111. and Mary Ilene McCune, Argos. Miss Sue Books is spending, the week end with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Everett Books. She is attending college in Elfchart, Jnd. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Berkheiser and daughter, Nancy Sue, spent Sunday in Fort Wayne. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Smith, and! daughters, of M-enlone, visited with her mother, Mrs, Hazel Brockey, Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Newman and granddaughter, spent Friday evening with friends in Warsaw. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Starkey of Lake Manilou had as their week end guests Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Emberton and Mr. and Mrs. Stark- oy, of Indianapolis. In Everett Gray's Fulton court, three persons paid fines for various misdemeanors: Steven A. Justice, Logansport, paid $15.75 in fine and co.sts [or exceeding the speed limit in a posted zone. Robert Church, Rochester, was fined $38, including fine and costs, and was -returned to the Fullon County jail for failure to pay his fine, for providing alcoholic beverages to minors. Also George Burton, Rochester, paid $15.75 in fine and costs for speeding in a posted '/tine. Admissions to Woodlawn hospital are: Clarence Ingram, Rochester; Adele Cumberland, Akron; Flossie Hall, Rochester. Dismissals: Mrs. Mae Shidakcr, Kewanna; Mrs. Tony Chaney, Monterey. . The New Idea Club 'will meet Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock in the basement of the Loiters- Ford church. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Hill and ert Thompson, and. ali went to Lagrange on Wednesday to spend a few days -with the men's sister, Mrs. .John Meissner. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith and son Dan of Bradenton, Fla. -are here for an indefinite visit with few days with his parents." He is employed in Chicago. Mr. . and Mrs. Don Crise spent the last of the week with "their'son- in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Gilliland at Muncie and with their son and daughter-in-law Mr. family are on a two weeks vacation in Northern Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fletcher, Kennie Barkman and Jim Jones, spent Sunday at the Great Lakes training center, where their son Bob, is taking his boot training. Mr. and Mrs.'Charles G. Miller of Lake Manitou and Mr. and Mrs. Crurnpacker of Huntington, left Friday tor Spencer, Wis. where they will enjoy a week of fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Don Ahlstrom entertained recently the' following guests, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Trausch, Glenview,' 111,, Mr. and Mrs. Richard M'arshman. and son, Terry, South Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Bach and son, Andy, Fort Wayne; and Mr. and Mrs. Victor A-hlslrom, Mishawaka. ..Ihis' mother Mrs.. Emma Smith and|and Mrs. Robert Crise and'daugh- other relatives. .Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Nufer and children have moved into the house on North Monticello St. which they recently purchased from Mrs. Belle Haas. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Bell and three children have moved from Greencastle into the Fritz house on South Monticello St. He is a soil | tar Debbie at Indianapolis. The Crises had taken their grandson Donnie -Gilliland to his home after a few days here. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reynolds are moving this week into their new home south of town, which they have built on a part of tha former George Ginther farm. They have sold their farm at Culver where scientist and has joined the staff i| h «y have lived si » ce moving trom of the Pulaski County Soil .Censer- llero several years ag.7. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Fiv» Mrs. T. E. Weaver had as herjjr rance ' vation service. Mr. Bell attended Purdue university and he expects to map the soil throughout the county. Co-operators in the soil program have had about 50,000 acres of their farmland mapped. Other members of the Pulaski county office are Floyd Barnhouse and Marvin . week end 'guests Mr. and Mrs.; Charles Ullom and family of Farmland. Dr. and Mrs. Sherman Byrd and sons, of Peru, were recent dinner guests of Mr. Pugh. and Mrs, John T. Winamoc Two scoutmasters and six scouts from the Winamac troops went to Plymouth Monday afternoon July 8 to become part of the forty two scouts and lenders from tho Three and Mrs. Robert Hair and children of Lansing, Mich., are spending a few days with his parents Mr. and Mrs Frank Hair. Mrs. Hair and children Don ancl Martha Ann- will remain Cor two weeks with the Frank Hairs at their Lake Bruce cottage. Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Wasson and children Sue, Don, Patty and Judy came home Saturday after spending a week at Indianapolis with his parents Mr. ancl Mrs. Shirley Wasson and at Shelbyville with her Rivers Council going to the Nalion-,brother and sister-in-law Mr. and al Boy Scout Jamboree at Valley Forge, Pa. The party expects to leave Plymouth by special train and after a day of _sightsee,ing in Washington, TJ. C., "and a day in New York City will arrive at Valley Forge July JO. The jamboree runs from July 12 to 18. Scoutmaster Donald Files will head the Three Rivers group and Krne.il Shearer will he one of I he ;.wo assistant scoutmasters. Scouts Mrs. Paul SclmnLz. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoover arc visiting each day with their son Gary who is recovering at St, Joseph hospital Logansport, from an emergency appendectomy that ho underwent last Saturday nig.'il. He expects to be able to come home in a few days. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs, Harold Knarr Friday night were Mr. and Mrs. Homer Vm- ENGINEER CLUB MEETS RUSHV1LLE (UP) —The Rush County Conservation Club grounds nnar here will be the site of the! annual convention of the Pioneer] Engineers Club of Indiana Aug. 2-4. The club is made up of collectors of old steam threshiifg rigs. Many r.f the old-time farm machines will be demonstrated at the convention. OET THE GENUINE mm mm from Winamac going ore Juniorjbarger and Mrs. Joiin Whileman assistant scoutmaster, Tom Shank; Senior patrol leader, Tom Barco; Joe Thompson, Lewis Krugcr, Douglas Kruzick and Richard ilcr- rin. Judge Curtis Thompson of Versailles came the firs', of the week for a visit with his brother and sister-in-law, Judge and Mrs. Rol>- liloomington. the guests of her par-; ACID Indigestion? FOR QUICK, SAFE ftlLlIF TAKI TUMS • ruiicmrnoN rum INOHIDIINTI •i 1'jm rou eir THI TUMS 5Till OMJ.Y IO«...WOJITH A HUtltOH WtHH YOU HUD TH1M A & H INSURANCE PRODUCERS: Art you looking for iht finut in AcettUnt and H*«IHi HotpiUt* Surgical cor«fjrget? Do ?OM want to cftltthlihh, build *n<l own . « » YOUR OWN AGENCY? Th*n h*tit*U no tongtr. If you'rt only telling 'A It H p*rM!m«, wt cfn rr»lp you bicomo « full-tim* producer. Bud out" about th« moifr mod«rn Hn« of Accrd*nK—H**lth—Hospital—Surgic*! cov«r- agtt, including GuaMntood RemwflbU, *v«iUbU for tht individual or •family. 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ALL SALES FINAL NO EXCHANGES PLEASE YOUR fRMBNDLY SHOC STORE 407 Eoil Broadway BOOSTER OXFORD Regular $6.95 ONE GROUP WOMEN'S-GROWING GIRLS' Dress-Casuals-Sports Regular $8.95 to $10.95 4,99 Mens Roblee Nylon Me«h and Sport SHOES Regular $16.95 ""9.85

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