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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, July 9, 1957
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Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Supports Move To Lift USAF Secrecy Veil Rep. Moss Favors Modification Of Pentagon Directive On Guided Missile Data V/ASHINGTON (UP)_Rep. John E. Moss (D-Calif.) today threw some influential weight behind an Air Force move to lift part of the secrecy surrounding the nation's guided missile program. Moss, chairman of a,House subcommittee studying government information policies, said there is "ample justification" for modifying a Pentagon directive limiting disclosure of data abou^ missile firings. "It is unrealistic and would appear to do more harm to the Air Force missile program than any contribution to security," Moss told reporters. "I don't think security enters into it." Brig. Gen. Arno H. Luehman, director of the Air Force office of information services, told the sub- GETS GENERAL MOTORS SCHOLARSHIP Doctors Find Tick Paralyzed Child JACKSON, Miss. (UP)—Doctors at the University of Mississippi Medical Center cured a 3-year-old girl of complete paralysis when they removed a pregnant female tick from her scalp, authorities revealed today. The ragidly spreading paralysis first hit young Myrna Ann Tubbjs a Choctaw Indian o£ near Phila- i delphia, Miss., Wednesday when; last" month led to the arrest of James H. Jordan as chief suspect in the slaying of Peter Allenop- oulos of Chicago, whose shot and beaten body was found in a roadside ditch near Seymour June 12. Mrs. Snyder became ill in her apartment. Her daughter called police. The daughter said Mrs. Snyder had been despondent since Star Witness Takes Overdose of Pills INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Mrs. Lillian Snyder,' 36, Indianapolis, a divorcee expected to be a key state witness in a' murder trial, was treated at St. Francis Hospital today for what physicians said was an overdose of sleeping medicine. Mrs. Snyder's tipotf to police A Logansporf youth has been awarded a scholarship to the General Motors Institute at Flint, Mich., by the Delco Radio Division at Kokomo. He is James D. Green, the son nC Mr. anil Mrs. Ijonald C. Green, 1217 CummingB street. The family la shown above in the Delco Kailio plant. The youth was commiu'ec' ATond'ay^th'e Air Forcc| 9e ' cc ' ct ' on " 1C l)a(lls of scholarship, activities and general mechanical and engineering aptitude. He will is dissatisfied with the directive. ' 3 ' art nis college education Sept. 30, alternating two months schooling with two months work In various ". „ . ,- ' [departments at Delco Radio for the next four years. The fifth year he will spend as hlh "project" year Assistant Defense Secretary Murray Snyder issued the order in a memorandum to Luehman April 25. It spells out what information may be given out by the corn- Nathan Leopold ASKS mander of the Air Force missile' At the conclusion of that he will be awarded bis mechanical engineering degree. (I'liaros-Trlbune Photo-Engraving.) she complained that her legs were weak. A parasitologist at the medical center said tick paralysis is only caused by the bite of an "engorging female tick of a certain species which secretes venom during a period of rapid egg development." HEIRS' GET MONEY NEW ALBANY (UP)—Two distant relatives of William C. Herbst, New Albany, who died in January in Madison State Hospital where he spent 58 of his 81 years, have received his $75,000 fortune. A Circuit Court judge ruled the money legally belonged to Mrs. Irma Freshley of lellersburg and Mrs. Hattie Higdon of .Longi Island, N.Y., cousins of Herbst. | the case broke. center at Cape Canaveral, Release From Prison SPRINGFIELD, 111. (UP) — test Fla. If the commander is asked about'Nathan Leopold, 52, partner in the a test firing that someone sawJlx;opold-Loeb-thrill-slaying of little he may confirm that a missile was | Bobby Franks in 1924, today sought fired. If there is an accident he'commutation of his 85-year State- viHc Prison term. An application was presented to the state Parole and Pardon Board for forwarding to Gov. William G. Stratum. Leopold has won the support of a "brief statement" may" make about it. But he isn't allowed to disclose any other information such as the type of missile fired, Luthman said he and other o/- ficers have urged Air Force Secretary James H. Douglas la ask Defense Secretary Charles E. Wilson to modify Snydcr'g directive. a former University of Chicago classmate, who offered him as head of a manufacturing firm Hice, who directed a study of malaria in which Leopold took part, It was this participation that prompted A-dlai Stevenson to .shorten the original !)9-ycar sentence to 05 years. HELD IN DRUG CASE from a drug store on the pretense it was for a patient. She then used it on herself. Read the Classified Ads SOUTH BEND Winona I. Flick, (UP) — 2fi. was Mrs. held under $3,000 bond today after .she pleaded guilty in Superior Court In obtaining narcotics by fraud a job The prosecution charged that Mrs. firm's Flick, employed at a South Hand Luehman called for a policy which v/ould allow the Air Force to "give the public an idea how v/e have progressed" in the missile field. He said under present policy the Air Force is being criti-| cix.cd for making little headway on missile development. lie said this is a "wrong" impression. ' MOBS said the Air Force "has an excellent case For retiue.iUnit and expecting a chan!',f: in that policy." He said he intends to question Snyder about It when the assistant secretary appears before hiK subcommittee later, The subcommittee wound up its current bearing.'! on Defense Department information policies with te.vtlmony of Luehman and hi.s prcdccesKor in the Air Force pout, lirifj. Gun. A.J. Kinnt-y. Both Luohman and Kinncy said they know n! mi <:u<tnr. where r)w;ii- menU containing secret information w«rr; stolen hum ihn Air Force. Navy arid Army information chiefs Kav<; identical testimony earlier. foreign department, and Dr. J.B. I nursing home, obtained a narcotic Phone 3887 5th & Market Logansport Suspend Sentences Meted Four Youths Four yuuthfi plead guilty in Municipal Court Tucsrfay to n charge of illegal ptaiiiivHHion of alcoholic l)':v<:raK(:.x and were fined VK> each ami H'inlenciicI to 3U cliiyn In t)i« Cmm County jail, ,fudge Harold J, 'Puberty KU.ipnmletl tin: jail Men- fence, pending Hood liuliavior. The boy/i wore Charlw. H. Shrock, II), 'IM Iflghljirid; Tliorrmn I. llewi, lit, route I, Lucerne; Frederick I,. Hriiner, III, 912 Michigan avenue; and Thoinan Mycr«, III. Va. Helm ittrcet. In other court, action TucHtlfiy, Judge Tiitjurly fined liiirmjy Miller, KlMi Wiiodlawn, and Catharine Crocker, \'.','m Wiiudliiwri, $11) each nnil rsenlnncftil them to (,'aiw County jail for ten dayii nftur they plead guilty to a chnrge of tllnor- dcrly ciimluct, Jii'lge TuliCTly nun- the Jail KKiitcrice.'i, Read the Classified Ads WK3W*KESEE3»sme«53SESiaB Vow don 1 ! r»4M»d to pay $250 to $300 for INCONSPICUOUS . .QUALITY HEARING AIDS FERNBAUGH'S Jowolry Star* 416 E. Bdwy. , ( !•«» MOMn-IJWCK BUILDINGS spAcr COST! - Call or Stop in Today/ ••'ori you buy <">/ bullrJInf;, poll* at •thurwli*, Ut ui (j!v« you u Iruft C*> llrnuU an I!IMM CucMar 3tnnl'3pun kulldlnfji. You will ba proud tu o'wn r>n* of Iliwi* hullcllnut, W< Con Stive You J * » » } } Pansier Lumber Co. "OM fop lulWtri l.tvlt." t.ch.it.r, Ind. Miw,. 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Your Piickuril 'Cllppor Town 8«c!im IIUH lwonty-oni.1 ufiuiprnuni) ft'nturMB in- clvilat hi tin law iiricc . . . inont of which urn "uxlruit" on other makun, 80 Uko » clour, look tudny . . . ovun In Ibi'wi dny» of wi-cullut) "bnrtjntn vnl- UOB" you'll Ilixl tli io Puckurd Ikn hunt vnltte '>! alt, Studebaker-Packard CO.KPOHAT10N Taka n doit look tit U<« COUNTRY SKOA.N tool .SV<: tins corn /ilcK: Him t>j Sliuli'.liuletirn and l'a<:fcnrit.i at ' LUTES MOTORS, Inc. W»it Brondwny and U, S. 24 , Lagantport, Ind, Tuesday Evening, July 9, 1957. Michigan Man Meted State Prison Term PERU — John Maruszewski, 36 of Ypsilunti, Mich., ,;lias John Marsh, was given a one to ten year prison sentence after he entered a plea o£ guilty to issuing " fradulent check in Miami circuit court by Judge Henry Bailey Monday afternoon. The Michigan man was arrested : the Hetzner Jewelry.store 'here Friday night after he attempted to cash a fraudulent chijck. Police Capl. Voyd Drtine said that Marusze\yski admiljtcc' passing checks totaling $205 in Columbia City Wabash and Peru. The defendant told the court that he had never been in trouble before and he had all of the money that he obtained from cashing the checks. Police also recovered a variety of merchandise from his car ranging from luggage and appliances to women's clothing. In handing down-the-sentence. Judge Bailey (old the prisoner that he would be eligible-for parole in nine months and if his behavior warranted it, he would recommend a parole for him at that time. The Instant Taste ; iscjone! ggSlnstant Folgers toffee SUMMER SHOWING ARMSTRONG'S QUAKER FLOORS TOPS IN VALUB AND SMART STYUNG From wall to wall without a seam Bo an early bird this sum-mar — select your Quaker Now while our selection of now stylos is largo and complete. . . . They're far ahead in Mylo, quality, and value. Armslrong's now K-99 finish gives you 40% moro wear and easier cleaning. 13.80 12x12 $18.40 (2xl5-Ft. 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