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Ten Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Tito Asks U.S. To Halt Aid "U.S. Orders Stoppage Of Military Aid Upon Request WASHINGTON (UP) — The United States has ordered a halt to military aid t» Communist -Yugoslavia at the request of :.ar. shal Tito, officials said Monday. They confirmed reports from Belgrade that Tito had decided to quit accepting U.S. military aid .because of what he regarded as "irritants." It was understood h. objected to frequent "reappraisals" of the program ordered b ythe American government. . .Officials here declined to say Fine Four In Justice Court Four traffic violators we:re fined in justice court Monday. Richard Martin, 35, of Mishawaka, arrested Dec-. 6 by Trooper Larry Wagenknecht for speeding was fined $5 and costs. Dale Massey, 37, of 1115 Twentieth street, was fined $1 and cosls for speeding after his arrest by Trooper John Gaylor Dec. 9. A resident of Gatesville, Tex., Doyle Smith, 20, was fined $1 and COSTS for speeding. The arrest was made by Trooper Gaylor. John Atwood, Sr., 71, of 612 Monroe street, was arrested Dec. 8 by Trooper Gaylor for improper passing. He was fined $1 and costs. whether they feared that Yugoslavia would now move.closer to Former Carroll County Moscow and take arms from tne ; . ._-_.' Soviet Union. Tito was said to! Native, LOIS V-O'X Dies have rejected such an offer DELPHI—Word has been he• recently. j ceivcd here of the death of a Car- The United States begr.i sending ro u Co. native, Miss Lois Cox, It.N. aid to the Tito.regim after Yugoslavia broke with the Kremlin some years back and became the first -Communist country to pull cm of the Soviet orbit. In recent months, Tito has resumed relations with thj Soviet • government. appraisal of Officials said a re- aid to Yugoslavia started a few weeks ago in response to political pressure on the administration against giving arms to a Communist country. They emphasized that the program of economic aid to Yugoslavia, which has been running about 100 million dollars a year, was continuing. • These sources also said the military aid for all practical purposes was about to end before Tito took his stand. He requested halt, in the shipments at a Dec. 6 meeting with U.S. Ambassador James W. Riddleberger. . Officials here said the only question still to be settled was whether to continue sending spare parts and maintenance items for U.S. military equipment already in Yugoslavia. HIGH COURT SAYS_ Wiretap Info Not Legal In Federal Court WASHINGTON (UP) — The Supreme Court ruled unanimously Monday that wiretap information who died at Durham, N.C., following a year's illness. Born in Carroll county she was the daughter of George E. and Mary I. Cox, late of near Delphi and Camden. The deceased, was a graduate of Delphi high school. She received her nurse's .degree at the St. Luke's hospital Chicago and her public health training at Nashville, Tenn. She was the first public health nurse at Richmond, Ind., and for the past 15 years had been public health nurse at Durham, During her illness she toured Europe. Surviving are a brother, Newell Cox, of Logansport; and a sister, Mrs. Esther Gregg, of near Camden, public health nurse for Carroll county. Services were conducted el Hill, N.C., and the body ere. mated. Sunday Crash Injures South Bend Driver PERU, Ind.—Samuel F. Lough, 50, of South Bend, was reported in good condition at Dukes hospital Monday after he suffered injuries in an accident at 9:30 p.m. Sunday at SR 18 and 21. Trooper Ward Gillan reported that Lough, driving west on SR 18, lost control of his car. It veered off the road, overturned, ar,.d landed upright against a fence on the nonh side of the road. His 1954 model car suffered an estimated damage of $800. of Indianapolis and Mrs. Pearl Bell of Odell; one son, Lowell of Mellott; a sister and two brothers. Services will be held at the Crumley chapel in Hillsboro at 1:30 p:m. Tuesday. Fatally Injured in Crash Near Bryant MUNCIE (UP)—Wilbur Lykins, 37, Muncie, died Monday night in Ball Memorial Hospital from injuries sustained earlier in the day in a traffic accident near Bryant in Jay County on Ind. 67. Lykins' truck collided with one driven by Robert Rusenbarger, 30, Muncie, .who also was in the hospital in critical condition. Both drivers were trapped beneath the wreckage and rescuers had to dig holes in the earth along the right- of-way to free them. Local Rotariahs Hear Talk on Middle liast Milton L. Brooks of Chicago, a Wabash College sophomore sponsored by the Wabash speaker bureau, spoke on the Middle East situation at the local Rotary club meeting Monday, at the K. of C. hall. • The 19-year-old student outlined TAFT-HARTLEY CHANGES—Labor Secretary Jameg P. Mitchell explains the administration's planned Taft-Hartley law changes to the AFL-CIO convention in Atlantic City, N. J., and praises the AFL-CIO for its efforts "to rid your great organization of corrupt elements." Sitting behind him are AFL-CIO President George Meany (left) and Walter Reuther, AFL-CIO vice president and Auto Workers president. (International Soundphoto} now existing. No meeting will be 'neld by the Rotary next Monday, but the annual Christmas party fc>r members, wives and guests is scheduled at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 13, at the K. of C hall. Father of 10 Kills Wife And Himself FORT WAYNE (UP)—Authorities said a man shot and killed his wife Monday night and then killed himself with the same shotgun. The couple's eight children and two other children were in the small partment at the time of the shooting. Killed were Robert E. Ford, 48, Fort Wayne, and his wife, Aura, 33. Police said they were called tot hee ast-side apartment Sunday night to "break up" a family argument and the ' shooting climaxed months of "fights." Police said Ford shot his wife twice—once in the leg and .once in the head. Then he put the shotgun to his head. A daughter, Ann, 8, was taken to St. Joseph's Hospital to have pellets removed from her head but her condition was not considered 'serious." The oldest o£ the orphaned children was 10. Assistant coroner H. Paul Miller indicated his verdict would be 'murder-suicide." DISORDERLY CONDUCT „. „ . Louis Johns, 100 Burlington obtained by state officers under | av enue, reported to Loj;ansport state law is inadmissible as evidence in criminal trials in federal courts. The. decsiion may. have an important bearing on the current federal prosecution of Teamsters official James R. Hoffa on perjury charges. The New York trial ihas been held up, pending a decision by the high rourt on the •wiretap issue. .U.S. Atty.' Paul W. Williams of New York had intended to offer wire tap evidence against Hoffa obtained through the office of State Dist. Atty. Frank S. Hogan in Manhattan. Paradoxically, Hoffa currently is being tried in New York on charges of violating federal anti-wiretap laws by "bugging" phones in the Teamster Union's Detroit head• quarters. A New York State law permits ' high law enforcement officers to tap telephones and to use the. evidence obtained in criminal . trials in state courts. The high court's; decision had no direct bearing or. th. use of •wiretap evidence in state trials. In a separate decision, it also ' ruled that information obtained by .listening in x>n a telephone conversation on an extension is admissible even in federal trials. But in throwing out wiretap evidence in federal courts, .the • court noted that section 605 of the Federal Communications Act specifically forbids anyone to inter- through wir taps. poUce Monday that Leonard Dunham, of the same address, had chased him from their house with a rifle. An officer returned with Johns to the house. Dunham was arrested for disorderly conduct when he tried to hit Johns with his fist. The gun is being held by city police. BIDS FOR CONGRESS COLUMBUS (UP) — Earl L. Hogan, sheriff of Bartholomew County, announced Monday that he will be a candidate next May for the 9th District Democratic concessional nomination. Hogan aspires to the seat in Congress held since 1«41 by Rep. Earl Wilson of Bedford, a Republican. Henry R. Pitcher, 68, Dies At Remington MONTICELLO, Ind.—A former Reynolds resident, Harry R. Pil cher, 68, died at 5 p.m. Sunday at his. Remington home after a ' lengthy illness. • Survivors include the widow May, a .daughter, Mrs. Roberta BurkleV,'"of Griffen, N.C.; tw - sons, Glenn, of Kansas City, Kans. . and Clyde of Akron, Ohio; two jisters' and a brother. Final rites will be held at th Howard funeral home in Heming ton at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday with the Rev. Crocker officiating;. Buria •will be in the Gibson City, 111. cemetery. Friends may call at thi mortuary. WINDOW BROKEN James Burk of Burk's Sundries 1230 East Broadway, reported t city police Tuesday that a sma •window in the wash room at hi store had been' broken, apparent!; by a group of boys. The window •was 12 x 12 inches, he said. ROBBERY SUSPECTS SrTELBYVILLE (UP) — Tw Indianapolis men were arreste less than an hour after a Shelby ville service station was held up Tipton Lodge, No. 33, F. and A. M. Called meeting Wednesday, Dec 11, 7:00 p.m., to confer Master Mason degree. All Master Ma- ions invited. Refreshments. —Owc» Louis 'Shanteau, W. M. You Expect Better Cleaning and you get it At SUNSHINE CLEANERS PH. 4222 Mrs. Lawrence Linville Expires At Lafayette MONTICELLO, ::nd. — Mrs. Law. rence Linviile, 66, of route 5, Monticello, died Sunday morning at the Home hospital in Lafayette., She was born in 1891 in Mellott VALUABLES TAKEN" Two Logansport women reported to police that valuables had been stolen from them as they were Christmas shopping. Mrs. Marie Bennet, 21 Eel River avenue, said that a parcel containing $15 worth of Christmas gifts was taken from a counter in a downtown store where she had placed it a few moments before. Lucille Fiedler, of Lucerne, lold police that her purse containing cash had been taken as she shop- 'ped in a local department store. MURDER CHARGE INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Leon Swanigan, 47, Indianapolis, was bound over to Marion Criminal Court without bond Monday on a charge of murder in the shooting of Charles Rouse, 49, Mianapolis. SLAYS NIECE, SELF INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Police said Veachel Rho'des, 58, killed his 10-year-old neice with six shots in one was uor i m i Ba i n menuu, t] b , d committed suicide in and was married in 1911 to Law-! *„,„*„„ ,.,„„ Mnnriav ni,,ht rence LLiville. Surviving with the husband are two daughters, Mrs. Joyce Scolt a drunken rage Monday night. Read the Classified Ads For , everytime Give her the finest Coffeemaker made Just set it ... forget it! You get perfect coffee every time because water is automatically brought to correct brewing temperature and the brewing period is timed automatically. The coffee is kept piping hot automatically. Made of copper with heavy nickel and chrpme plating inside and out to prevent staining and corrosion. -staM«» ii<*i filter. 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