Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 29, 1957 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, November 29, 1957
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Friday Evening, November 29, 1957. Fred Astaire Makes TV Bow Sunday, Without Dance Shoes Missionary to Speak Sunday at Local Church HOLLYWOOD (UP) — Fred Astaire, long a TV holdout, makes his video debut Sunday night, but he'll leave home. his dancing shoes at The loose-limbed star has made Oyler, junior have been named co-captains of the 1957-58 Badgers. The Sharon Baptist church joined in a union Thanksgiving service held in the Deer Creek Presbyterian church at which the Sharon A dedicated perfectionist, Fred is afraid viewers will feel shortchanged if he plays it straight. ' 30 movies, all of which depended heavily on his hoofing. Now he's:"- r Rev . PhiUp G V an Zandt jittery about a danceless aPP ear " | s poke ' cn "where Are the Nine". The Fidelis class was in charge of a recent "Family Night" at the Church of the Brethren. Mrs. Dean Hughes led in devotions. »,u. ou, , „ hoping' Mrs. Kenneth Shriver led in group they won't demand the same' singing with Mrs. Leon Vmey at things from TV they do from the piano. rhe program ^j^™ m °rvc never attempted television'Children of the class presented the before because the lack of time program, preparation for preparation maks TV terrifically difficult for a dancer. "Every time I dance I try a Mr. and Mrs. William Ayres went, to Logansport Tuesday night toj help celebrate the birthday of Considering Changes in Hatch Act INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — An amendment to the Hatch Act was considered today which would permit 386 Indiana state employes to take part in politics. Philip L. Conk'.in, deputy state budget director, told Rep. Robert T. Ashmore (D-S.C.) Wednesday that is the number of Indiana em- ployes stopped from making po-j litical contributions because! heirj departments receive federal aid. Ashmore is chairman of a House; elections subcommittee studying repeal of the federal aid provision Special Speaker At Alliance Church Here Next Week of the act Conklin said 4,290 Indiana em- new approach. It is not something i their grandson, Richy, son of Mr. that can be done easily nor very : art j often. All my dances are original. I never repeat anything." As star of "Imp on a Cobweb Leash" for "General Electric Theater" on CBS. Astaire will p'.ay a stuffy businessman who kicks over the traces to have a little fun. "The script doesn't call for dancing," he went on. "I chose this show because the story was fresh and well-written. "I've had many offers to perform on TV, even for a regular series. But I don't believe anyone should have a Leonard Lapcheska. On Thanksgiving Day, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nevins and -family moved to the Phil Miller Earl Douglas will move into the property on W. Columbia street, vacated by the Nevins. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Allen drove to Michigan City Wednesday toj spend Thanksgiving with their son. Bill, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lapches- and two sons of Logansport Mrs. Thomas L. Henry of Indian-j apolis, former missionary to the Belgian Congo, will be the special speaker at the regular morning worship service at the Ninth St. Christian church Sunday when Woman's Day will be observed. Woman's Day is an annual occasion- when the life and work of the Dr Richarc i Harvey will bo the speaker a,t a series of meetings Blum Escapes Trial on U. S. Indictment INDIANAPOLIS (UP)— Emanuel Blum, 53, tagged by the FBI as the top Communist organizer in Indiana, has escaped a trial on a federal grand jury indictment for alleged violation of th .Smith Act. Justic Department lawyers and U.S. said District Atty. Don Tabbert Logar.sport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Thre* Friends Harvest 70 Acres of Corn For Spitznogles Neighbors and friends of Mr^ and Mrs. Fred Spitznogle harvested 70 acre's of corn- on their farm in Harrison township Tuesday. Spitznogle has been unable to work since he suffered a heart attack recently. A noon meal was served at the St. Elizabeth Parish house. Lucerne. The women serving were Mary Kay Sheetz, Mary Margaret Scheetz, Margaret Crimmins, Bet- Leo Crimmins, Leo Scheetz, Sylvester Barrett, Harold RerrJey, John R. Michael, Earl Winn, Russell Clary, Bill Cook, Bob Musselman, Vic Baumann, Everett Montgomery. Elmer Christiansen, Jim Berry, John Murphy, Jack Herd, James Swank. James English, Gilbert English, Elmer Burton, Bob Brinley, Bill Remley. Harley Shaw, Audrey Freels, Erny Layer, Bud Lease, Don Nicol, Virgil Cramer, late Wednesday prosecution | chri ' tjansen Annie shaw oiynn of Blum was impracticable be- £ urrou&h , Mjldred Elliottj Mildred Christian Women's Fellowship is', Conklin said ployes work in departments which receive federal aid, including 3,904 in the Highway Department But Conklin said "to the best ot our knowledge" no restrictions have been placed on highway em- ployes despite millions of dollars: of federal aid to the department. The 872 employes in the Employment Security Division are restricted from politics because the division receives federal aid and also because of -Indiana's merit law. cause of Supreme Court decisions. "Since the return of the indictment in this case on March 26, .1956," a federal statement said, with emphasis on Evangelism at "the Supreme Court of the United ~- • ' — J * J -~'~ions the Allegheny College, Meadville, Penr. 1 ., and received his Doctor of Divinity Degree at John Brown U. He was one ot the founders of Youth For Christ International, and its first vice-president. He was also instrumental in originating the first religious televi- nrnc show It's not good for them. And! were Thanksgiving Day guests of I refused to travel the guest star her Parents, Mr. and Mrs. WiLiam that many times a year. "It takes me about five weeks to formulate ideas for dance routines, to rehearse and film them. That kind of schedule is financially unrealistic and impractical for television. "If I can't dance my best I'd rather not dance at all." Astaire pointed out TV has yet to produce a genuine dance star. "That's because a dancer cannot appear frequently enough and non-merit em- recognized by the whole church, j ployes, besides highway, who The area where Mrs. Henry serv- would be affected by repeal in- ootlv „,„„, „ eluded 109 in the Conservation | The meetings will begin each ed at the village of Monic-ka is in Ayres. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Myers were guests of their sor,-, Donald, and family in Kokomo on Thanksgiving Day. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman and two sons of near Flora uper.t Thanksgiving with his sisters, Mr;;. Bill Drake and family at Terre Haute. Mrs. Joe Cline entered Robert Long hospital in Indianapolis on Tuesday and will undergo major surgery later. David Cook, son of Mrs. Glae Cook of Lake-Alfred, Fla., and family of Flora is a freshman in TV. An Tiour-long show, or a few I Florida State- University, at Gains- half-hour things might be nice with • ville. nothing but dancing. But I would, Bin Snafferi a sophomore want them well spaced with plenty of time for rehearsals." still hold an audience's attention. I've seen a lot of dancing on TV, especially chorus work, and I thbk they do quite well',' he said. "Someday I hope >o dance nn north-central Congo about the size of the state of Kansas with a population of 501.000 including more than 84,000 persons belonging to the Protestant mission churches. Mrs. Richard Jackson will serve as program chairman during the worship service assisted by Mrs. Ina Belle Morrical, Mrs. Florence Bickell, Mrs. Lacy Moon and Mrs. Margaret Lassiter. The deaconesses under the leadership of Mrs. Ina Belle MorricaJ will take the offering. Joe Scheetz, Wiley Gilman, Don Elliott, Chris Hirt, Winn, Keith Wilbur Martindale, Clyde Cook and Gene Horn. Remley, Jean Elliott, Verna Waymire, and Myrtle Cook. Men helping were Junior Baker, floor six miles off here, 17-year- RYE, Old Anchor N. H. — On the ocean sion program in Department, 54 in Vocational Rehabilitation, 211 in the Adjutant General's Department, and 12 in Civil Defense, MANSLAUGHTER CHARGES CLINTON An Indiana clay in Machester College is spending the Thanksgiving Day holiday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Fish- Young America Young America Friendship Rebecca lodge held a covered dish supper at the close of their recent meeting, and an auction of food and miscellaneous articles. Mrs. Sam Cripe acted as auctioneer. A Sunshine box was also packed to send to Mrs. Grace Immel. About 30 attended. Miss Beverly Manning assisted by Miss Joella Buettner entertained at a shower in honor of Miss Judy Robison at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Manning Jr. Invited guests were Misses, Jane Pralher. Phyllis Harness, Betty Lou Elliot, Joan Miller, Virginia Cohee. Patty Beck, Sandra Long, also mesdames; Robert Jones, Joe Sprinkle, .Eugene Robison, Dick Crozier, Dixie Neir, Harry Man, nin« Jr. The Crusaders class of -the Upper Deer Creek Congregational Christian Church met at'the church with -Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bell and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Moss as host and hostesses. Officers for the coming year •were elected as follows: Robert Hensley, president; Dean Crites, vice-president; Mrs. Max Scott, secretary and treasurer. Those attending were, Mesdames- and Messrs. Richard Hensley and family, Robert Hensley, Jack Ratdiff and daughter. Darrell Thompson and daughter, Dean Crites and family, Mrs. Harold Moss, Miss Wilodean Armstrong. The next meeting will be a Christmas party to be held at the •church at which time a ham and covered dish supper and gift exchange will be held. The Young America Lions club entertained their, wives at supper at the Honeywell Memorial at Wabash. Entertainment was furnished by the 49'ers of Kokomo. Mrs. Marvin Wood has accepted a' position as bookkeeper at John Thomas furniture company at Galveston. -Mesdames, Releig-h Snider, Darrell Merrell. Harry Manning Jr., Dean Beck and Rex McCloskey of the Deer Creek Home Demonstration Club No. 1 attended the officers training school Monday. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Lybrook are visiting their daughters and families in the Eastern stales. Reverend and Mrs. Harry Rea, Mrs. Robert Hursh, and Mrs. Keith Wilson are visiting Miss Mary Alice Rea and Miss Mabel Hunter in • Florida. (Mrs. David Krise has accepted a position at the Golden Rule department store in Logansport. Mrs. Paul Smiley and family of near Plymouth visited Mrs. Ethel McCloskey. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Snider entertained Reverend and Mrs. Fred Luthy and family at dinner. er and sons. State College student faced involuntary manslaughter charges to- connection with the fata! of Fred Call. 57, Clinton. A Vermillion County grand jury returned an indictment against Richard Lee Goodwin, 24, New Goshen, late Wednesday. Goodwin, who was free on 510,000 bond on a murder charge, admitted fighting Cal! but denied knowing of his death. Mrs. Anna Snyder, Lucerne, Dies at 90; Funeral Saturday Mrs. Anna Snyder, 90, a resident of Lucerne, died late Wednesday night at St. Joseph's .hospital, where she had been seriously il! for 11 days. Born Sept. 13, 1867 ir; Monroe county, she was the daughter of| Nathan H. and Sara Freeman Eller. She was married in 1888 to G. W. Myers, who died in 1900. She was married in 1902 to Val Synder, who died in 1918. Mrs. Snyder was a lifetime member of the Methodist church. Surviving are two sons, Osie Myers, Lucerne; and Harrison 0 Myers, Indianapolis; two brothers, Caleb Eller, Deer Creek; and the' Rev. Joseph Eller, Willimatic the Broadway Alliance church Dec. States J-jj- ^<^V™ S second to eighth. proceedings pending herein. Rev. Harvey is a graduate ot .. In prepar i n g for triai, we have painstakingly re-examinee 1 the available evidence in the light ot these recent dcisions. "As the result of this re-examination, we have concluded that prosecution of the matter now is j impracticable," the statement said. "Accordingly, we are reluctantly constrained to move the court for leave to dismiss the pending in diclmenl," the lawyers said. Judge Cale J. Holder dismissed the indictment. Blum's trial was scheduled to begin next Monday. The Smith Act forbids belonging ~ | to the Communist Party, knowing lonn.; a granddaughter, Mrs. An-1 the purty's aim is to overthrow nabelle Grassinger, Logansport; 1 and four great granddaughters. Friends may ca-11 at the Harrison funeral home in Royal Center after 2 p.m. Friday. Funeral services will be held there at 1 p.m, Foust Elliott, Lewis Rains, Ed Remley, J. R. Montgomery, Don. old skin diver Joan Paris discovered a 750-pound anchor be- aid Herd,' Lester Elliott, Russell lieved to be more than a century 3aker, L.'j. Burton. Bill Frushour, I old. Chicago. Me is now in evangelistic work, speaking in churches throughout the country. Dr. Harvey will be assisted by Jack' Bierce, song leader. evening at 7:30. Saturday, with the Rev. Wildman the the government. The Supreme Court has ruled that a person can not b-2 prosecuted -under the acl unless he has taken action agains' the nation, and that FBI files mus be opened to defendants. Read the Classified Ads Announcing — SPECIAL SERVICES With Emphasis on Evangelism DR. RICHARD HARVEY, Speaking Evangelist, Youth for Christ Director with MR. JACK BI'ERCE, Soloist Song Leader, Recording Artist DEC. 2-8, 7:30 p.m. BROADWAY ALLIANCE CHURCH for A Clir/sf-cenfered CJnisfmas Give Bibles —Testaments Christian Books S. 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