Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 10, 1957 · Page 22
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Tuesday Evening, December 10, 1957. LiDiWV Hint Khrushchev Faces Trouble in Moscow Foreign News Commentary By CHARLES M. MCCANN United Press Staff Correspondent Nikita S. Khrushchev, Soviet Russia's Communist «yty chieftain, is reported to be in trouble. On the surface, it would appear that Khrushchev's position as No. 1 man in the Kremlin had been strengthened by the purges which resulied in the ousting of Vya- choslav M. Molotov, Georgi M. Malenkov Lazar M. Kagonovich and Marshal Georgi. K. Zhukov. But reports which have reached was read by Becky Smith. Rev, George Wliipple sang a solo, Mrs. Kenneth Cripe of near Camden and Mr. and Mrs. William .Schubert of Indianapolis spent Sa> urday night with relatives near St. Johns Mich, -and they attended the funeral services of their aunt v Mrs. Bar! All'baugh of Chapin, Mich. The deceased woman was a sister-in-law of Mrs. Willard Allbaugh of Flora. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Elliott of Connersvii'.e came Sunday after- European capitals sa; that on the „,>„„ t o spend the night with her contrary, Khrushchev's position is s ; s(er| Miv; E]sie Foster Ross, exceedingly insecure. The reason, according to these reports, is that there remain in the Russian Communist Parly a large number of influential officials who favor the old Stalinist line of dictatorship. These officials, the reports say, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shields and family of Monticello visited rela- hearsal on Jan. 14 at the Winamac library. Marvin Meyers o£ Purdue will be here at that time. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Var;a- man of Gary came. Friday because of the illness and death of Mrs. John Mathias. Mr. and Mrs. Linn j Vanaman of Gary and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Vanaman of North Judson spent Sunday in the Mathias home. Mr. Mathias is critically ill at his home. Russell A. Dilts, president of the Pulaski County Health Association has received a letter from the Indiana Tuberculosis Association, stating that the local Association was given an "A" rating at a recent meeting of the Committee on Qualifications and Contracts of the Indiana Tuberculosis Association, for being in fujl compliance with the necessary qualifications. Mrs. Clarence Ga'.breath , chair- requirements for ives here Sunday night an<] at-'man of the Seal Sale, reports that tended Christmas programs at the the first reutrns from township Presbyterian and Christian church- 1 chairmen reveal that as of Dec. 1, es. The family were former Flora,$1,026.50 had been contributed] residents. .This is less than half the amount Christmas Family Night was ob-.of the quota of $2400, and an ap- guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ryan. The annual Christmas party for children of members of tlie VFW and Auxiliary will be held at the Post Home at' 7 o'clock on the evening of Dec. 19. Santa Claus will visit the children and there will be a surprise program. Mrs. Fay Frakes is chairman of arrangements and will be assisted by Mrs. Mildred Hoffman, Mrs. Jean Kersey and Mrs. Nettie Foerg. Howard Brown has beer; confined to his home for more than a week with a back ailment. ALL PART OF THE GAME HOLLYWOOD (UP)— Georgia peach Joanna. Moore says she means it when slie insists she'd dye for her movie career. In three pictures her hair — at producers' orders—has been honey blonde, dark blonde, peach blonde and, currently, golden blonde for "The Dark Shore." SIX DIE 1\ CRASH INDIANOLA, Miss. (UP!— The bodies of six Negroes were dis- i ~~~~~ Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Seven e***'«»«WI€IM«t«TO*WttW«ie««l«*l«^ - ,•,„., •are" members of 'the many district served at the' Presbyterian church peal is being made for residents : covered Monday in an and provincial Communist' com- on Dec. 8. A carry-in supper was to mail in their contributions to w had swervcd °" provincial mittees of the Soviet Union. served c , rols remg. Preso . A lot of these men appear to: ations has_ Chris-mas as their be veterans who survived the va-i lhem «- Tllc J unlor c . llo .' r sang_dur- rious purges of Stalin's era. There] '"g a pontomme 01 tne Nativity. . , , ' n Canto rr?it.'£ir\iit t r<iar c also appear to be a number of younger men who started their rise in rank under Stalin. Have Friends in Party It is indicated that Molotov, Malenkov, Kaganovich and Zhu- kov have many friends still in the Communist Party, and that these friends are by no means reconciled to their disgrace. When he won his critical test of power with Molotov, Malenkov and KaganovicJi last June, Khrushchev packed the Communist Party Central Committee with his own men. But some Stalinists remain in both the Central Committee and the Presidium, the 15 top men of Santa gave out treats. Children of the Christian church preserved a Christmas program in ' the dining room of the church Sunday right. The • kindergarten presented a "Birthday Party for Jesus." Primary, junior and intermediate departments presented a playlet, "A Perfect Christmas." Carol Stout was in charge. Mrs. Ricli£'.rd Mann was general chairman. White gifts were brought for the Emily Flinn home at Marion. Winamac The Pulaski county commissioners let contracts for county supplies at their Dec. meeting, Shep- the committee who really rule | h e r(i . s a ]e « & Service were award- Russia. One known, and powerful, Stalinist who remains on the Presidium is Mikhail A. Suslov. Suslov is 55, eight years younger than Khrushchev, He is regarded as a protege of Malenkov. He was made a member of the Central Committee in 1939 and a member of the Presidium in 1955. Suslov Gave Support , " r ™° support the fight against tubercu- £ , r0 hted a whee of \™,, losis. the auto protruding from the eight- Mrs. Abe Lear and son, Larry, of foo> deep water and called officers Rensselaer spent Sunday here vis-1 who pulled it out and recovered iting friends. Mrs. Lear 3 PIECE TOWEL SETS ed the contract to furnish the car which the county will the sheriff. It is to be a 1958 Chevrolet with heavy duty transmission, § short wave radio and other alter-, S nates, total cost at $2855.10. Contracts for printing let to Hendricks Printing Co. of Logansport and to Gorrell & Son of Winamac. Santa Clans made his annual pre-Christmas visit to Winarr.ac on Suslov supported Khrushchev i Saturday afternoon. He arrived in his clash with Molotov, Malen-! wlth reindeers and sleigh shortly •kov and Kaganovich. He also' took i after two ° dock and established a leading part in the ousting of I temporary headquarters at the •Zhukov northwest corner of the courthouse In fact, there is some reason to lawn - Several hundred children' .believe that Suslov was the prime i were on hand to greet him and all mover in the ousting of Zhukov' received treats, because of Zhukov's opposition to I Monroe Home Demonstration Communist domination over the club No. 2 will meet-at the home army. It has been reported that Khrushchev felt himself compelled to go along with this oust- .er move. A Belgrade dispatch published in the London Daily -Telegraph reported recently that the two of Mrs. Amanda Jenkins, Thursday, Dec. 12 for a covered dish dinner at noon and a gift exchange. Assistant hostess will be Mrs. Agnes Connors. AN Donald Peverelle, stationed at the Naval base at Virginia Others to 6.88 Raised chenille design, hand painted designs. Solids and pastels. I Boxed to give. . . I PILLOW CASES Mr. and Mrs. Initialed His and Hers Appliqued Gift Perfect—Priced Perfect. 1.88 Embroidered • For the Perfect Hostess • Three-inch Hemstitched hem! - Yugoslav delegates who attended j Beach, Va., will return to duty the recent Communist get-togeth-'| on Dec. 14 after spending an eigh- er in Moscow returned home with I teen day leave in the home of Mr. a report that Khrushchev was in; and Mrs. Ira Bridegroom. danger because of tiie strength of the Stalinist element in leadership. In any event, it seems certain that Khrushchev is far from being Russia's dictator. The next Kremlin clash might be between him and Suslov. FLORA The high school junior class sponsored the crowning of a "Snow Queen" between halves of the W. Lafayette-Flora basketball game here Friday night. She was Carol Mullendore, picked from 12 contestants. Flora won the game. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Cochran left Sunday to .spend the winter in their home at Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kingery ol near Bringhurst lett Monday Tuscon. Ariz, to remain until April 1 visiting with ;heir daughter Mrs. Roland Craft and family. William J. Brigg;; and a native of Flora, has become a partner of Wilbur Lane in a law firm. Mr. Briggs was graduated with an LLB degree from the University Gordon Cassell oE Bringhurst and Charles Richard Conn of Winamac, were each fined $1 and, costs in Justice of the Peace DeUiert Lebo's court on a charge of spe.'Cd- ing filed by State Trooper Joe Cihak. The Pulaski county Home Demonstration chorus . will have no more meetings in December. The next meeting will be a special re- LARGE DECORATOR'S PILLOWS Corduroy, antique satin. All zipper covered. Guaranteed washable. 18 colors.' Bolster, round and squares. 3 GOLD 'N' GLITTER EASY TO BUY* '•'(3 of Kentucky 1954. He has )ollege of Law been admitted both the Indiana and Kentucky bars. Ancel A. Bowley, as legal guar dian in the estate of Carrie E Thomas, has filed an appraisal of the real and personal property showing it to be worth S82.099. The Bringhurst post office been moved to four doors south ,|J in the same building. Mrs. Harry> Quinn is postmistress. y 'Miss Myrr.a Ruth Robeson and;g •nephew. Jimmy, of near Flora, are' spending two weeks in Florida § with relatives. Forty-one members and children 8 'of the OWF met in the home of Mrs. Nola Finney for the Christmas session. Mrs. Carroll Stout opened the meeting with a Christmas thought and prayer. Mrs. Ross Allen was in charge of the program. Carols were sung. Tommy Boiler recited a poem and Gloria Jeanne Stout sanj song. Mrs. Jessie Spiller led devotions. Mrs. Meredith Butcher told about symbols of Christmas, and read an article on "Faith." Gifts were exchanged. 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