Nicholas W. Delzeit death notice
City Invalid Qj-> o f <-Q Death KANSAS CITY (AP) — Nichols W. Delzeit, an 89-year-old invalid. riles of the Catholic Church. Police said Donelson complained complained of dizzy spells and a loss of memory. Court Strikes Down was shot to death today at the Charge of Contempt home of a son-in law, said horn- " *• icide officers. The son-in-law, Joseph H. Donelson, Donelson, about 55 years old, (of 7433 Main St.) was taken into custody. No charges have been filed. Police said Mrs. Barbara Donelson Donelson told them that she and other members of the family. were having having coffee about midnight when they heard what sounded like a gunshot. Mrs. Donelson went to investigate. She found her father dead and, officers said she told them that Mr. Donelson was standing in the room with a shot gun in his hand. The police said they were informed informed that Mr. Delzeit had been in poor health for some time and had recently received the last WASHINGTON (S 5 )—The U. S Circuit Court of Appeals toda struck down the contempt o Congress conviction of playwrigh Arthur Miller, 42, husband o actress Marilyn Monroe. Miller was convicted of contempt contempt in U. S. District Court here last year for refusing to tell the House Committee on Un- American Activities the names of Communist writers with whom he admittedly met in New York in 1949. U. S. Dist. Judge Charles F. McLaughlin gave him a suspended suspended 30-day jail sentence and imposed imposed a $500 fine. The Appeals Court, in reversing reversing the conviction, directed the District Court to enter a judgment judgment of acquittal.