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I.OGANSPORI PUBLIC INDIANA—Mostly cloudy tonight and Tuesday with some light snow. Colder Tuesday. Low tonight SO. High Tuesday •ranging from 35 to 40. Sunset loday 4:21 p.m. Sunrise Tuesday 6:55 a.m. Outlook for Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, cold. Low Tuesday in 20s. Founded 1844— "YOUR HOME TOWN 1STEWBPAPER NOW IN OUR 114th YEAR HOME EDITION For All Depar Phone .m LOGANSPORT, INDIANA, MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 9, 1957. CHRISTMAS KETTLE'S aerl United Prow Wires D»y mid Mitht Price Per Copy, Seven Cents CHECK IKE FOR NATO TRIP Two Surrender On State Road Scandal Counts Sherwood, Sayer Win Reduction in Bond; Arraignment Dec. 23 INDIANAPOLIS (UPi-Former Indiana Adj. Gen. Elmer W. Sher! wood and William E. Sayer sur• rendered today on charges of brib- -. ing an ex-chairman of the Slate Highway Department and won reduction in bond for their release A BUNCH OF WACKY ACCIDENTS IN 1957 Dog Catcher Bitten by Woman By WILLIAM TODHUNTER | was almost fatal. John Arends, in to the car, he didn't know that] done Ihe job. CHICAGO (UP) — Ever hear .the excitement of rushing to kiss Don Snyder, his master, forgot to | And when Charles Combs' farm- about the doctor who was vac-i his wife, inhaled a heady dose of! set the hand brake. Jack jujst 1 hands at Olney 111. decided to cinated by a cow, or about the ether, passed out cold, hit the wagged his tail happily ;>s the of- burn out a horde of wasps in the landscaper who gol, himself out on|floor face-first and shattered twoificer wrote out a ticket. ' barn they not only got rid of the Examination At White House Is Slated Tuesday a limb and then sawed himself off? The National Safety Council did, teeLh . ! Dogcatcher Donald Bj.ird, East,wasps, but also the barn, 5,000 Dog G^ts Ticket | Los Angeles, got a surprise one bales of hay. a garage and three And you're never too far along day when a lady sank her teeth'drums of gasoline. and listed them in Us 1957 record or loo high up to learn something into him. Seems she wan riled be-i Then there was Mrs Charles of wacky accidents. Others include'new. ' - ' ' ' ' a dog catcher who was bitten by colt, . _ __ B . a lady and a dog who got a traf-' Mount Upton, N.Y. Harry knows, moaned. de new. Just think of Harry West-' cause Baird was trying to impound -Drennon, Mem/iis Tenn who by colt, a professional landscaper at hei dog. "It's a dog's life," Baird caught her nose in'the ref'rigera- fie ticket. :you shouldn't cut off the branch! Nose in Refrigerator even when you're looking. ia. Guard, and in the eye, ready to loose a syr-! vaccinated, (here's (he dog who: It was out of the frying pan from (he bed and broke her arm ^ administrative as-|mge full of vacciivj into the bovine, didn't want to be ticketed. Police. into the fire for two other safety. Not included in the council's lis* i >v beorge Craig, j when it lunged at him, vaccinating .found Ihe dog at Ihe wheel ot a council heroes. When Mrs. George, were Ihe flying saucers that'-.' me reduction from veterinarian Jones instead. | car that rolled .out of a San Diego Wilkins, San Antonio, Tex., went'stalled cars in Ihe Southwest or t Funds to buy food baskets for needy families at Christmas lime are being solicited by the Salvation Army, which has ils Christmas kettles in the 300 block of Enst Market and the 400 block of East Broadway. Above a hoy contributes to the fund while Mary Hcllycr, center, a volunteer worker, and LI. Wanda McGregor look on. AT WALTON . Bullet Hits Cab 400 Telephones Out One .22 calibre rifle bullet put 400 telephones in the Walton area out of order for five hours Saturday evening. Harold Skisher, Walton town City Launches Second Phase Of Bird Attack Logansport's campaign against birds in the downtown area swung to the starling problem Monday as the last of an estimated 600 spar- marshal, said the bullet was fired from a high powered rifle, for it entered the main telephone cable near the Walton telephone building with such force that it severed 56 of the wires. i Edivin L. Malone, Loganspcrt ! manager for the General Telephone company <>f Indiana, reported that the 55 wires served a total of 400 telephones in and near ' Walton.... . ... It look repairmen five hours to In Olympia, Wash., firsl look at his wife pending arraignment. Sherwood, 61, who once held the rank of brigadier general in the Indiana National Guard, Sayer, 62, once sistant to ex-Gov were given a bond reduction from' veterinarian Jones ins'tead $15,000 to $10,000 by Judge Saul j Rabb in Marion Criminal Court 2. Dale of arraignment for Sherwood, Sayer and Arthur J. Mogil- ner, the salesman accused of teaming up with them to bribe ex- chairman Virgil (Red) Smith, was set for Dec. 23—two days before Christmas. Sayer denied that he and Sherwood were guilty of the ^charges. "We're completely innocent and expect to be vindicated," he said. Sherwood, former Republican party and American Legion "kingmaker" who helped Craig become governor and legion national commander, toyed with-his cuff links during the court proceedings. His attorney, James Rocap Jr., remarked during the bail hearing These and other mishaps logged you're silling on. But unfortunate- In West Palm Beach, Fla., ap- v hen the door slammed shut by the council prove that life can ly he sawed off the limb holding; .pearances also were .deceiving.! Mrs. George Reilhal be gruesome, zany and dangerous : his safely rope. !.-.-•.•- ...... - ... '• _•..-.... • Neurologists Also Included in Group Of Physicians GETTYSBURG, Pa. President Eisenhowe; will undcr- refrigera- So a full-scale medical cxan'.ina- tor door when she tried to. find out:tion al the White House Tuesday if_lhal little light inside went out'afternoon to determine whether he i should go to Ihe Paris NATO coun- t , „.„„ .. _.. u . UW w* ••••£,.) nu.3. \ji;uv fot .Lltiujdi, ^jiii_a£U, •. IPolice pulled Harold Donath from carefully tiptoed into a darkened! 011 mcell "S. Human beings weren't Ihe only | the wreckage of his bakery truck, j bedroom where her husband lay in The President lias been resting Take Dr. J. Guy Jones, Wades-1 freak accident victims. Beside;; ; his face a mass of blood. Notched with a s p r a in ed ankle: here since last Thursday night. He boro, N.C., who was staring a cow ithu ccw who didn't want to be; blood at all—just a cherry pie. ; tripped over a crutch protruding was scheduled to motor back to m thp nun mariv !•« innon o ,.,/,._! ,,„„„;„„! n j ik n . n >. ik. ,]„„ ...u.. i 11. ..., _/• ,i._ ,._.:__ — r*nm fi,o Kn^ on,) h rn ?,» >,», -..™. 'Washington this afternoon. White House Press Secretary •James C. Hagerly said he expects went .stalled cars in Ihe Southwest or. the white House will make public One Injured In Collision Damage Estimated At $650. in Crash One person was injured in an auto collision at the intersection of state road 16 and the Harrison- BeLhlehem township line road a mile east of Lease's corner at 9:50 a.m. Monday. Mrs. Marie Anderson, 63, of ., . - - 'Chicago, owner of a Harrison that a Marion County grand jury | township farm, suffered injuries 'refused to indict these men but (Prosecutor) John Tinder saw fit to file an affidavit." Asked if Craig knew about the business dealings with Mogilner, Sayer told newsmen he was not aware whether he did or not. Sayer explained, however, that he had no business dealings with Mpgilner..,unt.il_.sjx..mon.lhs after he resigned as Craig's aid. the cable. Slusher said he believed I'he rows poisoned by grain placed out ?. a !" age was caused by a youth H firing at a bird, rather than a splice the severed wires back to- • The bond compromise which gether. The bullet was found in Rabb reached was $15,000 less for them Sunday were cleaned up. Most of Ihe poisoned sparrows were picked up Sunday after the poisoned grain was placed on ledges where the birds were feeding. More of the birds, who apparently found the grain later, were picked up Monday. Plans for the attack on starlings called for policemen and Civil Defense workers to start up automatic exploders and begin tiring shell- deliberate case of vandalism. rm Opens Annual Convention CHICAGO CUT 1 )—The American Farm Bureau Fi.'deration, (he nation's largest f;irm organization. crackers from shotguns at 3:30 w o'clock Monday afternoon. The firecracker shells, which explode in the air, and noise-makers are intended lo scare Ihe starlingsjt'on, always cool to federal gc-v- away from their downtown roost-jornmcnt control, opened ^four ing spots. Policemen in a squad car will answer reports from cily residents to break up temporary roost- str °ng stand than Ihe $25,000 which the state asked, and $5,000 more than the defense requested. Newsmen waiting for the two to arrive after a three-day trip from their Florida homes asked Sherwood and Sayer if they would testify at their trials. They referred newsmen to Rocap, who said: "Why of course, there'- nothing to hide." "Glo" salesman Arthui J. Mogil- ner, also named in Ihe bribe affidavits, also will testify, his attorney said. Mogilner surrendered '.ate Friday and posted $5,000 bond. All three were charged with bribing former highway chairman Virgil (Red) Smith to throw a $600,000. equipment contract to Mogilner. The charges were the latest chapter in the eight-month- old Indiana highway scandals. . , . .,..,,. Mogilner also was charged in ?? y l ° ,,f eS ^" S a ™ ld: l"r, the latest affidavit with bribery- met in annual convention today at crossroad of national agricultural policy." The \Vz million-member federa- *° U '"" ing sites in trees outside the down- lown area. curbs on the farmer. Charles B. Shuman, government Sullivan, The slarling campaign will con- I"-.'President of Ihe AFEF, called :_.._ ,!,„„..„•„ ir,;,i.r.. : "t a critical hour for agriculture" tinue through Friday. Believe Childless Couple Kidnaped Sycamore Child SYCAMORE. 111. (UP1 — Police Chief William Hindenburg and said. "American farmers are at the crossroad of national agricultural policy." "The big queslion facing voting delegates at thii: convention will be: How do we move away from further encroachment by Ihe fed- the Mth such count against him since the scandal stories broke last April. He posted $5,000 bond Friday. Prosecutor John G. Tinder charged lhat Sherwood and Sayer used their influence to get Smith to buy loaders and street sweepers from Mogilner, a salesman representing manufacturers, and that Smith got one-third, Mogilner one- third and Sherwood and Sayer one- Ihird belween them in a division said early today that a childless!economic couple may have kidnaped Maria ! sa 'd. eral government _ on agriculture's I 0 £ a b ou t $60,000 - in commission. .decisions?" Shuman Rid ill ph. Hindenburg made the at a midnight conference Sherwood and Sayer were noli- 'fied of Ihe new charges while at conjecture | P rice support and control program __ _.. ce O f fcd-! is a "demons'rale:! failure." He eral, state °and local officers re-1 ?aid "only a den.;" has been made days of intensive! 1 " tile stockpile ot surplus farm Shuman said Hie present farm| tneir sebring Shores, Fla., real viewing six searching. Iproducls and "new farm income The 7-year-old girl disappeared hfa ~ bccn . P inche ^ between reduced offering her!^ ar , m pr ! C( ; s and " s ' n S .operating last Tuesday. A man a piggy peeled as the abduclor. back ride has been sus- and marketing cost at a" lime when But Hindenhurg poinled out that most other segments of the economy have been enjoying general prosperity." the slreet on which the girl was playing is a heavily traveled slate highway. A "child-starved" couplel. 1 :"""". 1 . 11 ^' w "" :n " could have suddenly decided to!Crating for nearly take her, he said. The -convention's resolulions j committee, which has been cfe- That's the Way The Banana Splits And it's going to split in your direction when you 1CJ1 what you have to sell with a Pharos- Tribune nml Press classified ad. This bike was sold a half hour after the paper was on the street. FOR SALE: 26-in. Schwinn boy's bicycle, good. Ph. xxxx. So be around when the banana splits and its splits every day for classified ncl buyers. Just dial 4141 and a trained adtakcr i will assist you aboard the gravy train. estate development A slale police deteclive took arrest warrants with him on a flying Irip from Indianapolis, but by the lime he reached Sebring Shores, Sherwood to her left knee and right ankle and a bump on her head when a 1955 model sedan driven by her son, George "Hill" Anderson, 37, of roule 2, collided with a 2953 model sedan driven by Vincent Frushour, 53, of route 1, Lucerne. Damage to the Anderson car was estimated at $500, while the damage to the Frushour lauto -was estimated at $150 by Deputy Sheriff George Shanks. Anderson wa;S enroute east on slale road 16 and Frushour was headed north on the township line road when the collision occurred. Deputy Shanks: charged Frushour with failure to yield the right of way. Mrs. Anderson had just arrived at her farm home early Monday morning and her son was taking her to Rochester lo make arrangements lo have the electricily turned on when the crash occurred. She was brought to a local doctor by Deputy Shanks. Report Gain In Seal Sale Contributionsi to the 1957 . Cass county Christmas Seal drive totaled almost two-thirds of the $6,500 goal Monday morning, according to Mrs. Ramon Simpson, county chairman. Mrs. Simpson said $4,227.45 has been received so far. Of that amount, $2,836,35 is from city residents and the balance is from Cass county townships. Hearings on Three Fund Requests Set Hearings on requests for additional appropriations for three taxing units of Cass county will be conducted Tuesday, Dec. 17, in the office of County Auditor Sichard Goh] by a representative of the stale board of tax commission- 'SEVERAL DAYS' Still Checking For U.S. Rocket Faults a father's, driveway and crashed into a porch \ to warm Ihe hide of her 2-year-old ; .lhe green men who robbed a home their findings shortly afler the" . , , . , , , as sne was across the street. I son for playing with matches she in New Orleans. Probably consid- examination A group of nhvsi- whceled from thi- delivery room I When Jack, the dog, climbed in-1 found Ihe matches had already iered normal for the space age. ;cians, including neurologists, will Fear 11 Dead in Plane Crash Engine Blows Up Near Corpus Christ! CORPUS CHJUSTI, Tex. fU-P)- The .engine of a Martin P5M plane , , . , with 11 persons on board blew up £&..' ^™ of (nfts loday. The plane broke apart injMoines (Iowa) Register and Trib WASHINGTON (UP)—A spokes, man for the U.S. space satellite projisct said today that experts need "several more days" to determine what caused Friday's embarrassing rocket fizzle. The spokesman denied reports that the exact cause already has been determined. At the same time, a high De- Issue New Phone Books In Logcmspoii E. L. Malonc, district commercial manager of the General Telephone Company "of Indiana, has announced that the 1957 issue of the Logansport telephone directory arei being mail delivered to all subscribers this week. Approximately 12,300 copies will be delivered. Tile new book contains alphabetical and classified listings for all subscribers in Logansport, Lucerne and Royal Center, plus alphabetical listings for Galveston, Walton and Young America telephone subscribers. Of the total number of listings in. the new directory, Malone explained that approximately 35 percent are either new or changed since the last directory was pub- rid. He asked that all customer;: check the new book when pl.-icing telephone calls. The Logansport directory is sporting a "New Look'.' this year. The bright doe-colored cover fea- ures the Giant Telephone and Lineman, insignia of the General Telephone System, of which General Telephone Company of Indiana s a member. The white section lists all telephone customers alphabetically fense Department official said the public will be given complete information as to why the rocket failed. Moreover, he forecast the Pentagon's full publicity policy on satellite launching attempts will remain unchanged. Project Vanguard Director John P. Hagen and other scientists of; on casualties. But reports said the the Naval Research Laboratory 1 plane hit the ground so violently begin, following the examination, j what Hagcrty described as a "con- suliation" at 1:30 p.m. c.s.t. Tuesday. llagarly said he does not expect jthe President to hold a news con- I ference Wednesday. Kisnhowcr last.met with reporters on Oct. 30. Hagerty continued to shrug off reports that the President might resign. He was asked specifically today the air and crashed in an open field. There was no immediate report metered data taken Friday when! une Co., that Eisenhower might retire and that the chief executive is not as well as published reports indicate. "It is remarkable how many people Ihere are that don't know President's who are remarking on it," the Vanguard rocket rose four feet i, One wi[ness said, however, that Hagerly said. off its launching pad at Cape Ca-i' 1 ? saw a P arach ute just before Ihe "As for the President's condition naveral, Fla., fell to the groundi plane s . mi l? h * d lnl ° thc mosquito-'today, Hagerly said, "he feels and blew up j covered field and exploded in;okav." flame and smoke. He did not; The press secretary said Sunday jf anybody man-;that Eisenhower "certainly" has successfully. j benefited from his days of rest The plane's starboard engine at the farm, trailed smoke as it took oft from the Navy seadrome. Olher sea- The films were flown here day. More Work, Confidence The spokesman .added lhat so far there is no indication lhat Hagen has changed his original snap evaluation that the rocket failed because of some mechanical difficulty and not because of faulty design. Meanwhile, U.S. leaders urged more hard work and confidence in defenses row in being and less hysteria about Russia's present rocket leadership. Gen. Lauris Norstad, NATO su- premo commander, said it would be impossible for Russia lo destroy all of the Ihousands of retaliatory bases that surround it. and Sayer had left, presumably P-™-, Lofaiispsrt civil city. Paul Butler Ponders Race For Senate WASHINGTON (OT) - Democratic National Chairman Paul M. The schedule of. hearings is: I 1 Butler considered today running p.m., Tipton township; 1:15 p.m., Logansport sclioo! city; and 1:30 [or Indianapolis. Their Jr., said Sherwood and Sayer him they were driving to Indianapolis to surrender and were ex- peeled lo arrive in lime to ;;ive themselves up loday. The officials: of Ihe Ihree lax limp* -nr>r.aJ unifs already have given their ap- James Kocap, , , .. ..^--.-^-i.Hnnf! DON'T DO AS I DO. . . HOLLYWOOD (UP) — Groucho Marx looked at the sizeable audience before the start of a pre- Ok," he said. "Why a week behind closed doers, was reported working under strong urging from Shuman lo spoak out sharply against controls. . The commillee was. scheduled lo begin presenting resolutions at the' ^ w . °' first general session of Ihe con-; Kwal ' vention Tuesday, bul maior de- aren .,- . . cisions on natbnal farm policy' my telev ' slon show? were nol expected before Wednesday or Thursday. Today was devoted lo conferences in special interest fieids such as dairy, field crops, fruits and vegetables, livestock poultry and meetings of farm bureau women and youlh groups. Shuman was expected to amplify his ideas on what course agriculture should laku in his annual address Tuesday morning. Secrelary of Agricullure Ezra T. Benson will address Ihe convention Wednesday. of the appropriations. HTT BRITISH INACTION LONDON (UP)—Lord Beaverbrook's Sunday Express recom- 'mended Sunday that Britons launch their own earlh satellite instead of criticizing the U.S. failure. "Do no:; waste your sympathy on the Americans," the Exis only temporary. Reflect, instead on Britain's position in the space planes in Ihe area radioec" the pilot that his engine was on fire. While the pilot was trying to turn back, the starboard engine exploded. The blast tore the engine and right wing from the plane. The plane spun downward, smoking and burning until it hit the ground about three miles north of the Reynolds Aluminum Co. plant. The plane was believed lo have been from the Navy base at Alameda, Caj'f. Eisenhower, who suffered a mild stroke two weeks ago today, wants very much to attend the Paris meeting of the heads of stale ot North Atlantic Treaty nations. As of now, and pending Ihe medical exam, he believes he is- physically up to the task. If his doctors do not give him a go-ahead to attend Die meeting, they will in effect be saying lhat Eisenhower is nol now up to heading an important diplomatic mission. Apparently lo clear the way for his possible attendance at Paris, the President planned a busy schedule for Tuesday and Wednes•BURGLAR TRAPS SELF day. Among oilier things, he will LOS ANGELES (UP)— John R. 'meet with his cabinet, Ihe Nation- McCarthy, 22, was found hanging !al Security Council and with his 25 feet above the floor of a mar- 1 economic advisers. ket, screaming with pain from his I -left arm, which was caught be-i CRASH CLAIMS ESTIMATED Cass Officials To Attend Annual State Convention County and township officials of.tween two pieces of steel in" a roof! LONDON (UP)—British railways = " -'"-' ' " vent. Police said McCarthy ap-: officials estimated today that Cass county will participate in the annual convention of Ihe Indiana County and Township Officials Association lo be held Wednesday, Thursday and Fridjiy at Indianapolis. County Treasurer Clarence Sel- llemyre, who is Ireasurer of Ihe Indiana Treasurers' Association, will leave early to attend a meeting of the officers ot that association Tuesday evening. County Commissioner Delbert Smith, vice-president of the Indiana County Commissioners' Association, will be in charge of a dis- cussior, 1 of county commissioners]. parently had atlempled lo burglarize the market. He told them he had been hanging.for six hours claims for compensation from Wednesday's train crash at suburban Lewisham would total more before he was found by an as-;.than 800,000 pounds ($2,240.000). At sistant market manager who came j least 88 persons are known to to open the slore Sunday. Doctors'have died when a sleam express at Los Angeles General Hospital crashed into a halted electric corn- said he may lose the arm. muter train in dense smog. British Seek More Control of A-Weapons LONDON (UP)— Britain is ask- and highway supervisors about ;{?SU.S Defense ^Secretary Ndl cized in many quarters as making (he British navy subservient for the Senate seat now held by Sen. William E. Jenner (R-Ind.), who is stepping down next year. Butler, whose home is in South Bend, Ind., said he was thinking of running but might not make a final decision until early next year. Some Indiana Republicans as well as Democrats had indicated they wanted him to run and would support him, he said. Butler said Sunday on the television program, College News Conference, .that Jenner's announced, decision not to seek reelection had j WASHINGTON (UP) — Marshal current problems at 10 a.m. Fri. day in the County Commissioners headquarters rpom in the Claypool hotel, Gov. Harold Handley and Lt. Gov. Crawford Parker are scheduled to address the joint meeting of the county and township officials Thursday. Handley will speak in 'the morning and Parker will speak in the afternoon session. Bulletins press said. "Their disappointment no bearing on his- contemplated j Tito has ca ,i cd a hsilt to American ,. nn.i,,t»,—,.„„, T^fi^t , n ct»=^. entry i rto the Indiana race.' In'' mmtal y aid to Yugoslavia, U.S. «' °™ wtchlng) race Britain hn, no i at i all. We arp. not even in the race." fact, he said, he "would have en-| oHicia]s confirmed today. joyed a campaign against Jenner," H. McElroy for greater political lo Ihe U.S. Navy. conlrol of British based American nuclear weapons—bombers, rock- els and missiles — informed sources reported today. McElroy meets Iwice Jn ihis connection, the Sunday Express- reporled Sunday in a frontpage bannerline story lhat British jet alom bombers are lo today | be merged with Ihe U.S. Air with Defense Minister D u n c a n • Force's Strategic Air Command Sandys and confers separately wilh Foreign Miiiisler S e 1 w y n Lloyd and Prime Minister Harold Macmillan, as part of a major streamlining of Ihe NATO armed forces. Bases Chief Concern He already has held one series Mc Elroy's chief concern ap- P eilre to . b .° »". h ro f et 1)ases S3Id that under of talks since arriving Saturday j lo map plans for planting Ameri-' ca's frontline rocket defenses in Europe. He leaves Tuesday for the conlinent to consult reluctant plans Britain has agreed to pay the 80 million dollars cost of constructing four launching sites for 1,500-mile rockets. One would be NATO allies on setting m> U.S. ^»-""'e rocKeis. one wouja DC rocket bases closer to Russia. i" ndcr u , s - command, the other Informed sources said despite three under Bnt!S " command. Macmillan's assurances lo Parlia- McElroy told newsmen on his ment last week the government,a"' 1 va ' Saturday that promised Propose Land Retirement Plan WASHINGTON (UP) — A land 'retirement plan to get small farm. ers into other employment was proposed today by the Committee for Economic Development Unlike the present soil bank plan, the CBD said, "The proposed land retirement plan would concentrate on getting whole farms out of production to assure reduced output and ... encourage The CED is a committee ot 150 business executives and scholars "who work together...to promote a high level of national employment |and maximum economic growth." Its stalement said American 1 lax- payers have spent 25 billion dollars in 25 years on farm programs and major farm problems still are unsolved. movement out of agriculture." research and policy committee. The report criticized "the standards and procedure-" for operation of ths soil bank program for taking surplus acres out of production. It called for-"a major overhaul of procedures, based on a change in philosophy away from the in- The statement was issued by the I come-price. support view of farm- CED's program committee of itsiers move lo other occupations. r. NEW YORK (UP)—A ticker-'is not satisfied with the existing j rockets would be ready for de'' J arrangements for controlling| liv .ery here ahead o< the original American nuclear bombers and:mid-1959 deadline.- .He said th "jtape parade up lower Broadway honoring King Mohammed V of Morocco was called, oil tt the last minute today because of rain. WASHINGTON (UP) — The Supreme Court ruled today that wire tapped evidence obtained by state officers may not be used in federal' criminal trials. the missiles which soon will be lo- ! United States, is taking a calcu- caled in Britain. ' aled "s k in pulling them into Wouldn't Act Alone ' production before completion of Macmillan told Parliament that final tests. American planes which carry live! Additionally, the United Slates hydrogen bombs on test flights. wants to establish medium range over Britain would not act with- rocket bases on the continent, out joint Anglo-American consul- particularly in West Germany and tation. | France. • Both countries were re- There also were reports that ported reluctant to have them for McElroy would discuss a pro-!fear this would provoke the Rus- posed joint American-British naval command. However such suggestions were expected to be criti- sians and subject their own territories to all out Soviet nuclear attack in event of war.

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