Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on July 11, 1957 · Page 40
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 40

Logansport, Indiana
Issue Date:
Thursday, July 11, 1957
Page 40
Start Free Trial

Sixteen Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Zhukov Moves Into Position As Co-Equal With Khrushchev Soviet Russia appears to have acquired a new chief co-equal in its collective leadership. Nikita S. Khrushchev has been recognized as the chief co-equal since Georgi M. Malenkov was ousted as premier in 1955. Now Marshal Georgi K. Zhukov seems to have moved in' beside Khrushchev as chief coequal No. 2. • . ' -That implies that until there is another blow-up in Soviet leadership, Khrushchev and Zhukov will direct policy in both "domestic and foreign affairs. There are 13 other co-equals in the enlarged ruling Presidium of Both Khrushchev and Zhukov will be top men. ' Controls Political Machine Khrushchev's, strength lies in the fact that as chief secretary of (he Communist Party he controls the party political machine. Zhukov's strength lies in the fact that as defense minister and Russia's outstanding soldier he controls the army. . It has become clear that Georgi M. Malenkov, Vyacheslav M. Molotov and Lazar M. Caganovich nearly succeeded to ousting Khrushchev at a meeting of 'the presidium last month. -They had the support ol two other members. It is reported that Premier Nikolai A. Bulganin was wavering between the Malenkov faction and the Khrushchev faction. Had he gone with Malenkov, the anti - Khrushchev men would have .had six of the votes in what was then an 11-man presidium, Khrushchev saved himself partly because, as first secretary, he was able to force a meeting of the full 125-tnan central committee of the Communist Party. Khrushchev had a big majority in that. But it is being said, apparently correctly, that Zhukov played the decisive part. He is reported to have come out fully in support of Khrushchev in; the presidium, and to have emphasized that the army was with him. Regarded At Conservative Zhukov is regarded as a conservative man, who as a soldier knows fully the catastrophe Russia would face in event of"a third rr rr be as friendly with the Western countries as a dedicated Communist can be. Zhiflcov and President Eisenhower became good friends when, as supreme commanders of the Russian and Allied armies, they were in Berlin together after the end of World War If. They even entered into a brief correspondence later. It was suggested that Zhukov might play a big part in easing East-West'tension. Only time will tell whether Zhu- kov will work for better relations with the .United States and Its a!' lies. Time will tell also how well Zhtiko-v ar.d Khrushc'w can. ge_t along together, arid whether it might occur to Zukov that he would like to be the sole No. 1 co-equal and thus get into a battle with Khrushchev for leadership. Two Russian Charm Boys Tour Prague Khrushchev And Bulganin Will Visit Czech Factories And Collective Farms PRAQUEl Czechoslovakia (UP) —Soviet, party 'chief Nikita Khrushchev, and Premier Nikolai Bul- ganin' began a busy "meet the people" round of visits to factories .and collective farms today. Khrushchev, as Wednesday, appeared full of spirit while Bul- ganin apparently was still suffering from fatigue. The two were whisked off in, limousines to a JPrague factory this morning to 'begin that tour. Western correspondents were lefl behind and were barred from the For poached egg surprise, spread a slice W toast with cheese, then put a poached egg on top. Cover with white sauce, to which green peppers have been added. GOLDSMITH'S buys ADLER S SAVE Up to 50% during our STORl-WIDE SALE! •GOLDSMITH'S famous chain of Women's and Children's Apparel ..Shopj have bought Adlar's Store! We're closing out the entire summer merchandise at SACRIFICE PRICES to make room for our brand new Pall merchandise. Save ,-as you've never saved before. EVERYTHING, YES, EVERYTHING DRASTICALLY REDUCED! HURRY IN, WHILE THESE BARGAINS IASTI ENTIRE STOCK of Women's Summer DRESSES tour of collective farms this afternoon. • • • ... Only Czech and Russian correspondents were allowed to go along. . ' . The goateed premier has brightened only once since his arrival here Wednesday — when he saw- the crowds lining the Prague streets for a tumultuous reception He stood up and waved his hat enthusiastically, Khrushchev and Bulganin are attending a reception at the presidential palace tonight. . No public addresses by either was listed for today. It • was believed the two Russians would, sjjmdwich in talks with Czech leaders between today's factory and farm visits.- All Prague newspapers were lavish today in their' praise of KHrushchev and. Bulganin. They carried page after page of eulogies, pictures and comments. A Radio Ura'gue.commentary said negotiations Wednesday between the Soviet and Czech- delegations' "turned out a full success and showed the full unity of the two parties." The broadcast said a communi- que would be issued later on the taHos. ,....'• .' . A communique released today said that at the 'Czech-Russian meeting Wednesday "information was exchanged on the activities of'the parties and governments for the recent period. The discussions, which were held in a cordial and friendly atmosphere, reaffirmed the absolute harmony and unity of opinion of both fraternal parties." "The Ceteya .News Agency said the two leaders visited one of Czechoslovakia's biggest engineering works this morning, the C.K.D. Stalingrad. It /is working on important prefers for* export, especially for .the Soviet Union. Khrushchev used to be a lathe operator in a Soviet steel plant and no doubt will'have plenty of suggestions for the Czech workers. 'Diablo" Blast Set for Friday LAS VEGAS, Nev. (UP) — The Atomic' Energy, Commission announced last right .that its "Diablo" blast in the summer test series has been rescheduled for Friday at 4:30 a.m. p.d.t. The AEC earlier in the week moved up the test from Friday to today. The AEC said a dry instrumentation run indicated the experiment was still not ready. Shah Returning To Iran ' NICE, France (UP)—The Shah of Iran and Empress Soroya will fly back to their earthquake-ravaged country Friday, it was announced today. They had planned to cut short their European tour today, but no appropriate ohar- Thursday Evening, July 11, 1937. tered airliner was available to n j *i_ e«t ^-L- j AJ. carr y to* lar « e tom*^ retinue Read the Classified AdS back to Tehran. Judge Says Henpecked Husbands Lead List Of Problem Drinkers LOS 'ANGELES <UP)—Municipal Judge Robert Clifton 'says that henpecked husbands top the list of problem drinkers who pass in an endless parade through Los Angeles courts. | Clifton, whose court handles an average of 99,000 drunk casos annually, Wednesday at the annual Institute For Scientific Studies For the Prevention of Alcoholism listed the "types" of drinkers w'lo get into trouble. Besides henpecked husbands the list included: "Wives who are not appreciated by their husbands; job haters who think they have missed the boat— ..their great chance in life; the guy who spends more than he makes; and the person who has an inferiority complex." Keep track of loose snaps in the sewing basket by snapping them together on a piece of cheesecloth. Beaters used for either eggs or cake batter wash more easily if they first are rinsed in cold water. Picnic Casserole Ipicnfc GROUP 1. 250 DRESSES, REG, UP TO $8.99 Hundreds of beautiful new styles In •viry color of the rainbow, Dresses for every occasion in cottons, rayon- linens, and many, many other cool fabrics. Be ane of the first to save! Sixes 5 to 15; 10 to 20; 14Vi to 34>A. 4 GROUP 2. 247 DRESSES, REG. UP TO $13.99 Gor9oous new summer styles, drama* •ically roducedl Sleevelets and with sleeves, slim sheath and full, full skirl ttylis in exciting shades to flatter every woman. Sim 5 to 15; 10 to 1C: 14ft to J4'A. Com* early First came, first save! $/L88 6 SACRlF'rCBI Women 1 * Summer Skirts Reg. to $3.99 Summer wonders ... cotton prints and patterns tn gay, bright colors. Many dIHeernt Mylei. te 30. Sl»es VI SPECIAL GROUPI Women's Sleeveless Blouses Reg. TO $1.99 1.00 Popular ' sfyfes comfortable for summer wear. — Hundreds of different blouses to choose from In beautiful new summer colors, ~ Slies 32 to 38. HUGE SAVrNGS! Women's NYLON HOSE Reg. $1.00 pr. •eautlful new summer 9, PR. >hados In sheer full- fashioned nylon. She Itt to 11. Ml- £ "" $1 SPEC.ALI Women's CLUTCH BAGS Reg. to $1,59 Buy. one to go with every dretil Lovely new summer colors. Smart new styles. 77c OWT THEY GO! Women'* Summer Shorts - Keg. to $2.99 Dozens of different new styles in popular short shortt, •ermudas and Ja- malcas. All colors, Shes ID to, U. 1. SACWipEI Women'* BETTER BLOUSES Reg. to $2.99 '$' Favorlt* mm m • r ttylti In cotton*, nyloVi and dacront. 1. DftASTrC REDUCTION) WOMEN'S SLIPS &!i SUPS Rag to $2.99 l |f|V|fh I II I *>W Cottons, nylons In * dainty new styles. Lace-trim. Hies S. M., L. SPRING and SUMMER PURSES Reg. »o $1?99 Fine quality 'purses In white and pastel colors. Latest new summer styles. Hurryl 1.59 OPEN FRIDAY 9A.M. to 9P.M. ADLER'S Dress Shop Operated by OOKLKMITH'S S04 Broadway Logantport, Indiana If s real news when the price comes down on America's favorite beverage! And A&P . . . America's largest coffee retailer . . . hae just reduced the price of its Custom Ground A&P Coffees. No c h a n g e in quality ... no change in flavor ... it just costs less to enjoy Custom Ground A&P Coffee! This will make millions happy . . . how about-you? Cook-Out Feature of fee Week! "SUPER-RIGHT"—SKINLESS WIENERS ALL •% -us. MEAT *«*• 1-LB. PKG. 49< CHICKENS FRESH FULLY CLEANED 4 LBS. AND OVER LB. "•SUPER-RIGHT"—BEST BLADE CVT Cbuck Roast - 39c Liver Sausage Boiling Beef ssr-^Wc Cooked Salami Canned Hams sag- 6 - S-W Lunch Meat SMOKED "SUPER-RIGHT* M. "SUPER-RIGHT" £ OR THUR1NGEK M>. PICKLE eV PIMENTO, K OUVE LOAF . . LB. . A 39C -SUPER-RIGHT* LAMB SALE! uiiib Roust sawn** MV. 39c Rib Chops „,. 89e Lamb Breast ,Me SlM.|MarC.w|M Ml. 'LB. »4r*»«*»»^ EVERY MELON GUARANTEES-LARGE tJ SOK Cantaloupe 3 Tomatoes .»»™ . FRESH, JUICY F4ESH, FANCY, EXTRA LARGE Apricots 1*00 Reaches Potatoes VIRGINIA WHITE COBBLERS 4 15 IBS. -LB. BAG 49c 69c LOOK WHAT lOc BUYS! POnt ll WaftS SULTANA Kidney Beaut £Sw . Red Beans VLB. CAN ANN PAGE 39c Yellow On ons 4 -• 29c saTaV n?!L. *™ . CAN 1-L.B. CAN 1-LB. I AW CAN «•* »-O7. JAR m Wheaties OR CHERRIOS GIANT 18-OZ. BOX 29c Pard CRESCENT DOG FOOD OUR FINEST QUALITY 6 1-LB. TO* CANS * Jrm Sweet Pickles .- 7 29c A&P Applesauce . 4 ^ 59c Jiice «-oz. jo- CAN *" 3 »-OZ. , PIES Mnrtoil MA»| Pias FROZEN-BEEF, wi w tun maai riw* A&P Tomato Juice Beverages 3 M-OZ. BOTS. Beef "SUPER-RIGHT" FROZEN Treesweet Lemonade CAN 39e 'clnlOC hrorj Soap ..... Ivory Rakos .... Lava Soap Kirk's Kara-water Castile Vel Beauty Bar Floriaal Air Deodorant . LARfiE BOX 59e fflorox Bleach lOe CAU 32e or. I Be REDEEM COUPONS AT AW * REG BATH CAKES «c CAKES CAT. FOOD '. CAKE 83* Three Little Kitten's Kitchen Charm Wai Paper Charcoal Briquet Soot TiSSIW COCKED BOXKS DELICIOUS DAIRY BUYS! WISCONSIN SHARP s Cheddar Cheese LB 59c Kraft vMese Whn . . • . . J AK ' vie fiheMMs* FMtW cma>-o-Bir . * «nu«eW rwm AMERICAN PROCHSED *" Me oreani, HABVKL ..... A&P Orange Juice - 25c Grape Jam "**™"" ireef ....... CAN ^** White HOMO Evaporated Milk 4^5le sielVetl* ***'• "•"" 91* •VAVM AII, mmpoati .on. . . pti *• • 3lc S»rf "72.5 2 **™ VI fL CAKE* stf % L.ix Soap 4 RJCOULAJI JANE PARKER VALUES! Spanish Bar Cake REGULARLY 39c Strenssel Coffee Cake Froth Lemon Pfee ^^ nrMie Drean fAtuoK^ . KA, mis WEKK 1W-U». UMVB« 33e »ATH CAKBS Palmollve Soap RKCULAB CAKES > 2 ' BAM 77* CAJCES eCl.C Cashmere Bo«|Mt KICCULAK CAKXS LAROR ROX 31c Vel 72c (rlAMl ROX Me Fab AB price* in this »<1 •sffcetivw l4.ni S.et,

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free