Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 14, 1957 · Page 40
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Sixteen Logansport, Indiana,. Pharos-Tribune Thursday Evening, November 14, 195T. Exchange" Hit by Adair FORT WAYNE (UP)—Rep. E. Ross Adair (R-Ind.) Tuesday night said the "biggest aid to security in the free world is the continued security of the United States." In a talk over a radio station here, Adair said he agreed "in principle" with the exchange o', scientific and military ideas between England and the U.S. as agreed to in recent talks between President Eisenhower and Prime Minister Harold Macmillan. But the Fort Wayne Republican said he did not think there should be "unrestricted exchange." He said the exchange should be "on a nation-to-nation basis" rather than between the U.S. and North Atlantic Treaty Organization countries collectively. Adair said it was "not wise" tc give complete information to all our NATO allies. Commenting on Congressional! attitudes towards the free ex-i change of ideas, Adair said he! thought Congress had "been a little strict" in recent years. But he went on to say there have "been good reasons" for this, especially in view of Russian espionage efforts here. Kewcmna <;PUTNIK TRACKNIKS—These photos show Sputnik n streaking jicross the U. S. sky. The upper photo was made in Lemont, 111 by William B. Doe of the Argonnc National Laboratory Astronomy club, who said his grqup sighted an unknown object "pacing" about three minutes ahead of the sputnik. The lower photos are from a sequence made by TV station KTVI in E.. r -,, iQ (InternationalSoundphotosJ St. Louis. were given by Mrs. Cloyd Earp. Kenneth• Luckey, vice president; observed their 43rd wedding anniversary Thursday with a carry-in Mrs Sherral Hines won the "true|Joan Smith, secretary; Gladus Wharton, assistant secretary; Mrs. Onita Gillespie, treasurer;; Mrs. contest. Door prize was by Mrs. Donal Foglesong. Mrs Ethel Smith and Gladus „, . . . , i lu Mabel Gillespie, chorister, and K , testified in court Tuesday tha ,. *• • . „ _ ~ , ivirs iLLnci oitiiui «*ivi • vi**""w«j - . - . , , !]\linK is rncntfliiy 111 3110 isns i dinner in the home of Mr. and ivvha ' rlon were guests ot the group . Mrs., Ada Hams, pianist. I comprehend the seriousness of th Mrs. Ronald Hammon. 1 .. , ,,__ T __ t __ OI ,.j n1 , M : Mrs. Carrie Norris and Lew. cnarges against him. fer and Paul Klzer of Wmamac went to Chicago Sunday to spend the day with Joe Miller who is in training at the Great Lakes Naval Training Base. Keith Binkley of Winona Lake was a dinner guest Sunday in the home o£ Mr. and Mrs. John Moore and family. Afternoon visitors' in the Moore home were Louis Moore and sons of Lakeville and H. D. Moore o£ Beardstown. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fisher spent the weekend in Michigan City with their son, Carlton Fisher and family. Mr. and Mrs. Gale DeVine and son Charles of South Bend were guests Sunday o£ Mr. and. Mrs. James McKinney and family. Miss Mary Henning of Upland spent Sunday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Henning. Rev; Wyman Hull of Zionsville, formerly .of Kewanna, visited | friends here Jast week. Rule Thursday on Suspect's Sanity GOSHESl (UP)— Elkhart Circuit Judge Aldo J. Simpson will rule Thursday on whether Richard Dalt Klink, 47, .who killed a Wol cottville banker, is sane enough to stand trial on a murder charge Klink was charged with killing Maurice Kent, 43, manager of tin Farmers State Bank at Wolcott ville, last Aug. 5 after Kent ce fused to cash a $250 check Kliril wrote, signed and endorsed. Simpson took under advisemen reports by three psychiatrists wh Present were Mr. and Mrs. Ro- Mr am Mrs of and daughters Linda and TJiflay B bert Newcomber and family of uci i, i\uwiuuiut;i cum tailing v.: ". . - , , £<„-,„ Rochester; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph!took Janice Shidaker and .,ara Hammon and children and Mr. and I Hunter back to Elkhart University Mrs. Bill Selle and family of Win-!on Sunday, and they attended open amac; Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Good house there m observance of the • - - university s 75th anniversary. The ceremonies also marked the open- and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Simon Talbott and children of Kewanna. The Gold-Diggers group of the local Methodist church held their monthly meeting in the home of Mrs. Ralph Foglesong. Mrs. Earl ing of a new recreation center and snack bar. New officers of the Ladies Aid' guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Don Foglesong. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Carr and daughter of Logansport spent Saturday evening here with Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Brown and family. Mr. and Mrs. Osa Whipple of Winamac called at the Brown home Monday. The case was -sent here on change oE venue from LaGrang County where Judge Donal Hunter ruled Klink understood th nature of the offense. The psychiatrists were Dr. Joh Keating and Dr. James Benson o Elkhart and Dr. Howard Stellne of Fort Wayne. Tiieir reports wer , at odds with those of two La of the Church of Christ are Mrs.j'Dnrla and rneressaSayers and | Grange physicians OB whic ivirs. ±taipn uogiesong. ivirs. &an ot me uiiurui ui i,mi»i. «uc mis. *,^*~ „..„-. __ - - - . . . Mills was co-hostess. Devotions'Donna Heiden, president; Mrs. I Bob Greer of here, Theressa Neu- Hunter based his opinion. an exclusive imported fabric with a satin-finish sheen Here's a new experience in clothes satisfaction. Parsheen is gentle and luxurious to the touch ... its satin-finish sheen is the object of great admiration everywhere ... its durable qualities and remarkable ease will be cherished for the long life of the suit. 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