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Salina Journal, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1956, Salina, Kansas Afternoon Edition THE SALINA JOURNAL Woothor Cooitr 24 PAGES 85tb YEAR No 121 SALINA KANSAS MONDAY APRIL 30 1956 Pounded February 16 1871 Dewey NewsMaters Republican Representative Taylor of New York says President Eisenhower may ask former Gov Thomas E Dewey to seek the Senate seat now held by Herbert Lehman New York Democrat Peggy Lee the blonde singer and actress and actor Dewey Martin are honeymooning in Palm Springs They were married Saturday night Each is 33 It was Miss Lees third marriage and Mar tins second President of Yugoslavia will visit Russia in June at the invitation of the Soviet govern ment Itll be his first visit to the USSR since Yugoslavia was kicked out of the Red Corn inform in 1948 Pianistcomposer Barclay Allen 37 a paraly tic was missing Monday after going for a ride in his handcontrolled auto His wife expressed fear the car had broken down in a spot where Allen could not summon assistance Allen is the composer of Cubana and long was featured with Freddy Martins orchestra The political record of Vice President Rich ard Nixon will be a prime Democratic target in the 1936 presidential campaign says Demo cratic National Chairman Paul M Butler Commodienne Martha Raye says shes com pletely shocked by an alienation of affections suit filed against her by a 20yearold mother The suit was filed by Mrs Barbara Ana OShea Westport Conn wife of Robert OShea former bodyguard of Miss Raye Mrs OShea whose baby is 15 days oldt says Miss Raye gave her husband costly Tito Batter Cool Weather To Hang On Monday April TOPEKA fcCool weather griptere Israel To Get More Jet Planes WASHINGTON April 30 W Khrush Woos United Slates MOSCOW April 30 Communist party chief Nikita Khrushchev told 10000 cheering Russians today the United States is moving in the direction of coopera tion with the Soviet Union His speech was broadcast and televised throughout the Soviet Union from Moscows central mill NEWS tary airport where Khrushchev and Premier Nikolai Bulganin had just landed on their return from a 10day tour of Britain Both Bulganin and Khrushchev praised British hospitality and the results of their negotiations with Prime Minister Eden But they had scathing words of denuncia tion for the Labor party the Brit ish Socialist movement which they accused of following a re actionary antiSoviet policy Want Direct Negotiation The bold overture to the United States indicated Bulganin and Krushchev aim at developing di rect negotiations with President Eisenhower on world problems New farm bill gets com mittee approval Page 20 Khrushchev says he wants friendly relations with US Page 1 Three swept away in raging stream Page 1 Cuban constitutional guarantees suspended after revolt Page 2 They Have Thanksgiving Turkey Dinner Early The Russell Richards family RFD 1 is having its Thanksgiving turkey early this year It wasnt their idea however The accuracy of a citydwellsrs shooting eye caused the whole tUing Hears A Shot Deptuy Sheriff Jim Martin gave this account Richards was working in his yard Sunday when he heard a rifle shot near his home Seconds later a car went by the house at a fast pace Richards followed the car and got the license number after discov ering one his his hen turkeys was missing He gave the license number to Martin Martin found the owner of the car who Martin said admitted shooting Richards turkey The offender a 20yearold Sa linan will be charged in city court After admitting the shooting the young man took Martin to a coun try road where he had thrown the turkey out of the car He told Martin he tossed theton High School Youth Killed In Crash Near Clifton CLIFTON Derald Sie bold 19yearold Green rural high school senior was killed early Sunday in a headon collision near Clif bird away when he saw Richards folowing him Martin returned the bird to the Richards Theyll have it for din ner The Richards live two miles south pjtal Concordia Two other persons Leonard Hoover 45 Greenleaf anl Earl Hill 16 Cliftin suffered injuries Monday they were reported get ting along OK at St Josephs Hos and 1 west of Bavaria Swept Away In Raging Stream BRADY Tex mother and rather and their 14yearold daugh er were swept away in a flash flood on the San Saba River near here late last night The State Highway Patrol re ported that at least three other cars plunged into the muddy flood waters at a low water bridge 11 This was foreshadowed by a mindful for the first time of themiles soutn of here at tne Wes I that Russias new leaders seem 1 t Pravda editorial Sunday and yearnings of the Russian people Texas community of Voca Patrolmen said that as far as they knew none of the occupants has long been common greater freedom But he said n the Moscow diplomatic colony they have not gotten religion It was a strange forum Krush Dulles gave this view as he tesof the three cars had bsen rescued chev took to make the overture before the Senate Foreign Missing and believed drowned scarletdraped po dium at the airport where only Relations Committee considering President which isi Eisenhowlsharon were Mrand Mrsws Hale and Kennedy The couple came At one time last night the river was on a 15foot sudden rise but it was going down this morn ing alk of Bntajn had been expected i ers foreign aid proiwith three children left San An s vvaison One of the most attentive listen1 grani jelo Tex last night for a vacapudSe the show District Guernsey Show Tuesday Between 40 and 50 entries are expected in the Central Kansas Dis trict Guernsey in Agriculture Hall Kenwood fairgrounds Tues day W S Watson Hutchinson will ers was US Ambassador Charles Bohlen who stood with his left arm in a result of ai skiing accident Points To Speech It seems to us said Khrush chev that the USA is already If we want the Russians to foreJtlon trip t0 mssissiwl Early have been received go their old policies of violence i The father a San Angelo paintjfrom Odgers Lawrence Od disappeared in the murky igersBarbara Jean Odgers Wen Dulles said we had better tinue doing Lhe led them to desist Weather cloudy tonight and Tuesday with little change in temperature Low tonight generally in the Tuesday 4550 30s High southwest SALINA WEATHER Downtown Temp Min 39 Max Sunday 54 City Airport Temp 52 Min 37 Max Sunday 52 Min 33 CAA reported pm Baro meter 28900 falling slowly Wind eastsoutheast 12 mph Relative humidity 66 percent Lowest this date 20 in 1904 high Mr Siebold was a passenger in a car driven by Hill The Hill car and Hoovers collided on a curve one mile north of Clifton on K9 Mr Siebold was thrown through the windshield He died on the scene Survivors include the parents Mr and Mrs Floyd Siebold Green and one brother Gary of the Mr Siebold was to be grad from high school this spring The funeral will be Tuesday at 2 pm at the PetersonNeill Funeral Home Clay Center Burial will be cemetery north of things which after he nad managed to del1 Morrison George Saip andjest 91 in 1895 1953 iist I get to shore with a foster wMiler a11 f Salina Er Sunrise am S Dulles said ha HPPH HD iter Susie Kennedy then swam skine sRobson Abilene Donald uuues said Kussia has been de L T pw and Mr terred from aggression by the back to get his wife and other L pauley Bridgeport and Mr jet fighter planes ping Kansas was expected to hang France soon in a deal which the j President Eisenhower made to on For at least another day United nm Freezing temperatures were re jtion An example was the speech I backed by mobile mJl JstnkmS Power ported in northwert Kansas Sunday are another argument forl does not I American editors We cannot formally approve i agree withmany things he saidj night with a tow of 28 at Goodi The carefully limited did not belp good rej land The highest minimum was wirwlicy of trying to encourage other at Chanute and Pittsburg j Western countries to sell defen Lows in the 30s were expectedsive arms Israel while rAm PlSSCO Aid He said new economic again tonight There was nor jn the 24 hours ending at amJa Secretary of Statei today but good rains fell in theDulles in Pariswhatever boost V87 east central portion able to 8ve farranging foreign aid proj But for most of what Eisenhower gramHe tnese offers make said including the Presidents ex1 morc imperative than good relations Ilo continue the program One of the children still in the car Dowling Kennedy a twin brother of Sharon Kay managed to get the door open and swim to a willow tree For more than hour he clung to a limb his body dangling in the rapidly flowing water pm urer and George Saip junior am and Mrs A Berndt Simpson Officers of the association are Wendell Morrison president Wil liam Odgers vice president Mrs William Odgers secretary treas Sunset pm Airport Temperatures By Sunday am 39 president The 10 am Cattle on exhibit and A Passin8 truck driver and anjudging contests junior and adult vj Tiit pressed desire for Eood relations i conimue me program with foaoiug unvci mm vuuvcsus jumvi ouu auun jthe United States aloof from hgd Eiigreater flexibility and with greatoUier motorist rescued the boy am judging bull classes moisture business is expected to letj jer assurance of continuity lonS to a abutj am Julging cattle 121 Knnel Vmr nt 30 5310 3 OOViei gOV t j i i legitimate interests of the Russian ever before This was a plug for Eisenhowl n frfendir relations ment and guiding a boat downjpm lunch pm1 pm stream ot the tree Then they i Judging Classes for Businessmes 50j SOi 50 50 47J 431 40 i pm By Ttir Aisoclated US weather observations for 24 hours endiog at am Station Max Min Pre Bismarck ND43 34 Chicago 42 36 09 Denver 52 37 01 Eilmonton 33 26 Fort Worth 75 SS 175 ers controversial request for aupuUed and the boy 1 pm Judging of femalejrv C1 i f back to safety on the bridee and 2rout classes kJUJU nif U Yer pnhiwith the United States and thejthority to make longterm foreign Th T K K It was cloudy over the sate tojOucti e free world for the asking economic aid commitments for The rescued and beserved by day The possibdity of light moisj Dulles is leaving Tuesday for a We h these words wiu major development projreported a state of shock at a Wlllmg orkers m Club lure was seen for the western j meeting of the North Atlantic strengthened bjr practical Brady Hospital portumw ha few showers devel Treaty Organization m Paris said ing nearj Duiles Eisennower is A National Guard unit began opmg in the extreme east he will make known to thesj htedl at hjs h steeiJvinced anv substantial cut in thejSCarchlng lhe San Saba River day High and group classes t he from am to pm Sandwiches pop and pie will be served during the day Money raised will be used temperatures c rimmed spectacles With Sun day NATO countries the United good foreign aid program would great w itntJroveily endanger the security of tiie ranged from 42 at Concordia and j readiness now to jom in givmgj relations Mween tneUSSR and United Olathe to 64 at Garden City Most the essentially military alliance thc us points reported readings in the j greater responsibilities in economj JHU tHOI r t t Lime by little we can re As for recent developments In establish confidence sboreltae as sootl as daylight for club projects The kids may have to wear ear muffs while delivering May baskets Yours Ina in Schabel Green Second Serious Crash The crash was the second near Clifton within three days Lavinia Peters 52 Topeka suffered criti cal injuries in a 2car crash four miles east of Clifton Thursday She underwent amputation of one leg following the collision Her condition Monday was de scribed as satisfactory at St Jo sephs Hospital Concordia Wed nesday she will be transferred to a Kansas City hospital to consult a bone specialist Miss Peters is a representative of the Kansas Childrens Service League Same Old Red Gang By Sterling F Green WASHINGTON 3006 delegates of the United States States Chamber of Commerce wereadvised today not to suc cumb to the synthetic good will of the same Kremlin leaders who were part and parcel of the great Soviet bloodlettings President Boyd Campbell of Jackson Miss declared in a pre pared keynote address for the Chambers 44th annual nreetnig that the same old gang is ruling Russia minus Stalin reported 40s and 50s jic and political fields A GOK Sufferer You Now Have The YooYoo i ES Sm every suffered the disease knownGOK which translated as GOK and millions have only knows meant In order to standardize the no menclature Dr Storkan explained a physician at sea with your sym may be interested to know theres a new name for it Its now called yoo yoo Dr Margaret Ann gtorkan will now classify it in his dondo Beach told the Californiafiles as yoo yoo Medical Assn convention it uscdj Translated it means complete to be that whenever a disease was ignorance of tne nature of the dis not clearly defined in the mind easeboth as to location and cause Yearn For Freedom As for recent developments Russia he testified Eventually we may reach are fflr agreement on disarmament that lhe f of have normal trade and cidural rejRussian p le for ter free lations with the USA jdom from fear and Khrushchevs remarks about the and f Q r ter United States were greeted with arfi portions that the Soviet rulers find it expedient to take account of them A Stranger In Church Still Havent Got Religion Monday April WASHINGTON of State Dulles told Congress today Sunshine In Their Souls On Chilly Day Editors Note This is the fourth in a series of visits to Salina By Fred Brooks It was cold and dreary Sunday morning on her lap Not a peep was heard from the cherubic youngster during the entire 60minute service Before Lhe sermon two young choir members joined me in huskyi hurried to early services Dawdling children protesting the He added that while there arejsteps of their parents hung on to tautadult arms me sight a broaden Jt was hard M ing of the base of the Soviet gov ernment we must take precau aons as long as the Russians work for an international Commu nist victory New FlareUp Along Border Monday April JERUSALEM tfvIsrael said to day its casualties from weekend incidents on the EyptianIsraeli border mounted to three dead and one wounded The accusations came as UN Secretary General Dag Hammar skjold neared the end of his peace mission to the Middle East begun April 6 He held a final meeting in Carlo this morning with Egypt tian Foreign Minister Mahmond 12day cease fire agreement LIVE LOBSTER LEARNS ITS LESSONSDrew Low ton of CoL ud Mn A 8 Low 1003 E Molt ihows vciynwdidto nd to fifth grade dMMMtei Hewer SthooL Drews fetor brought lolwtor packed hi ofltwwd horn Iron trip to COM Lotator wil wM ip M tho Ixmi mem thortly JOURNAL PHOTO just around corner waiting to And there appeared to them nudge April off the calendar j tongues as of fire distributed and was provided by a piano played by It was still chilly when I reachedresting on each one of them the Assembly of God Church 118 S 8th but the sun had punched a hole in the overcast revealing a sea blue sky and wisps of fleecy clouds I had the pastor the day be fore in his carpeted office just off the sanctuary of the imposing red brick church To Manhattan MANHATTAN The First Congregational Church of Man hattan will be host to the 101st annual state Congregational and Christian Conference May 46 Among the speakers will be Mrs Mary Piebiger GrmneH la the Rev Frederick W Hyslop ley Colo the Rev J Kenneth Kohler St Louis and Dr Thomas MD Journal Directory Cuff Stuff Boyle Deaths District Dr Crane Editorials Theaters Guess What 20 7 A Firm Voice The Rev Fred W Prather at 54 is slight of build firm of voice He looks younger His hair is Co a 1 black and his heavy eyebrows are streaked with gray Mr Prather and his wife Doro thy also an ordained minister have been with the Salina church 16 years They have no children His eyes mirrored his pride when he told of his wife Shes probably the only woman minister in Salina he Mid Mrs Prather preaches at the Sunday evening service He and Mrs Prather both na tives of Caldwcll were ordained at Topeka in 1936 The local church which is Pente costal was organized in about 1936 In June 1913 the congregation moved into the present building which was once the First Presby terian Church Common components of the Pen tecostal service are independent prayer informal testimonials emo tional freedom the practice of vpeakinf in Foundation of their beliefs is found in the second chapter of Acta which describes the Apostles belnf filled with the Holy Spirit on the day of the Pentecost And they were all Riled with the Holy Spirit and began to speak in other tongues as the Spirit gave them utter ance When I entered the narthex ves tibule of the church Sunday morn All Heaven is with us this morn ing everything in Gods great storehouse is at our disposal this wonderful Christ of ours He is the final judge If that be true we ought to keep looking for the Master We ought to consider what is taking place in our thoughts now We are going to have to give an account if our deeds Who has any better right to sit Laura Johnson an organ Zellaon tne judgment seat Who knows Elkinton and a marimba Sondrajmore aDOut us He knows what you did yesterday and what youre go penter Several Musicians Music for the morning service Sister Prather as she is called ing to do tomorrow by the congregation led the singj He is both Lord and Christ ing The hymn fitted the day Sunjthe divine Son of God He was shine in My The reason we have without sin yet He carried our mg I was warmly welcomed byMrs Prather exclaimed is be r r we have found the Savior L E Davis insurance executive and a member of the board of dea cons governing body of the church He has been a member of thej church eight years Others on the board are Webb Johnson an electrical contractor M E Shelton television repair business Clarence Kirby K i p p School principal and James Calvary Organized In 1914 The national church is the gen A basket of multicolored flowersjeral Counci f A33emblies of Godi ictnH tn nf fha nolitit rested in front of the pulpit Stead organized in 1914 at Hot Springs fast In Prayer proclaimed a The General c ffl has propped against the flowers fa of ival showed a man kneeling m prayer unrelated Typical of a Pentecostal United states and E at Mrs Prather called on a member of the congregation for prayer H R McCoy a variety store owner the turn if the 20th century The revivals were characterized by intense evangelistic fervor usher In the sanctuary Mrs Prather squeezed my hand enthusiastically So nice to have you this morning God bleu yon The sanctuary was still filled with children and a sprinkling of adults as Sunday School had not yet dismissed The children were singing happy birthday for those celebrating anni versaries One man who went forward to put his birthday offering in the col lection plate was Ralph W Brunt retired assistant postmaster at Lin coln He and his wife and daugh ter had driven to Salina for the In the pew in front of me were Mrs Darrell Butcher RFD 3 and lister Mrs Charles Johnson 1109 N 8th Mrs Johnson held her titters tweekoM son DavM Lee from Mrs Prather and others Pentecostal de emphasize worldly things cosmetics for one Their energies are chan neled toward a closer spiritual relationship with God The Pentecostal philosophy was reflected in a vocal solo by Mrs McCoy Id Rather Walk With Mrs McCoy added this thought in announcing the hymn than to have the best the wirld can give Mr Prathers sermon was taken from 2nd Corinthians Chapter 4 verses 17 His subject dealt with the divini ty of Christ I wwU you this nwntaf to Hun ftr try physical unt tar every MMNlt fer every phasis upon spiritual gifts and di vine healing and speaking in other tongues as a sign of baptism in the Holy Ghost Today there are 7514 Assembly Of God churches 8200 ordained ministers more than 400000 church members and 745 foreign mission aries The Salina church has about 330 members The Pentecostal believes m sal vation through the blood of Jesus Christ baptism in the Holy Spirit divine healing the second com ing of Christ Two Sacraments Vhe churchs sacraments are teptism by immersion and t h e Lords Supper Infants are dedicated rather than baptized Baptism usually comes at around nine or 10 years depending M the development of the child Fill Your May Basket With Bonus Bargains In Salina Wednesday
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