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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 32

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, December 11, 1957
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Eight Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Refugees in Europe Get Support From 'HELP' HOLLYWOOD (UP) - TV undergoes its first hour-and-a-half long commercial next week when a young husband and wife team appears in a drama based on their own project to aid homeless locate all 50,000 refugees in Bur ope still living in camps." A far cry from most youn;; ac ting couples in movietown, the Hurrays are deeply religious and dedicated to their cause. Europeans. Neither are able to put their The show, "Playhouse 90,"; feelings in words, nor can they amounts to a gigantic plug for [explain why they've undertaken "Help" — Homeless European such a tremendous task. Rather Land Program—a project to aid than sermonize on brotherly love, refu"ees ° *-he Hurrays shrug and say it is Don Murray and his wife, Hope .something they are compelled to Lang 'purchased I3 ° acres o£ j do ' land in Sardinia to rese.tle rc!u-! Hope is a pert green - eyed "ees in Italian camps. The idea blonde who married Don shortly was approved by the UN which, after they completed their roles contributed additional funds. Care]in "Bus Stop." They drive a sec- is supplying food until the first ;ond hand car and avoid Holly- True Life Adventures • HUMPBACK WHAUE -3=; STASII7S £>M HIS HEAP ~£ AMP FUKIOUSLW FLAILS THE WATEK WITH HIS TAIL.THEN HE CTVES SHOOTS UFWAKP WITH TERT51FIC. SPEEt?.. crops are harvested. More Money Needed wood's night life. "I guess you could say Don is , , , 'keeping a promise to himself," •But the project may fold unless Hope conc i u( 3ed. "When he was the youngsters raise more money., in Jtaly )]e decided if he ever had Murray, a pacifist and corse:en-j the op p ortur ,j ty h e wou kl help, tious objector, spent two years m an actm . Italy as a social worker during . d , D , the Korean War. Since then he | hj •• has dedicated himself to helping — — the derelicts of Europe. "Our community on Sardinia is a pilot program to relocate 15 to 20 families in a self supporting community," Hope said while her husband rehearsed for the CBS- TV program. "We began on a shoestring. Now we need help. "We've spent all our own money to get things going. We borrowed on our salaries for this TV Humphrey Criticizes GOP Farm Policies ST. PAUL, Minn. (UP) — Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey (D-Minn.) criticized Republican 1 farm policies n general and Agriculture Secre- ary Ezra Taft Benson in parti cu- ar in an off-the-cuff talk Tuesday light. Humphrey followed up a speech'on as agriculture secretary.' leard both by a radio audience; The Minnesota Democrat ...ANP HURUS HIS HU<2>E BUU< OUT OF THE WATER. WE ]S OML!-/ TRW1M<S TO TELL HIS „ FKIEND/1 LOVE WOU. j^ Diiliibif!c4 by King Feature Symfcau. show to meet payments on the land. We haven't even been able to furnish our home yet," she smiled. Want Help in Project "We're not complaining. Don and I want other people to join in giving funds to continue the work. Eventually we hope to re- U.S. May End Case Against GOOD ONLY FRIDAY; DECEMBER 13TH - 9:00 A. M. TO 8:00 P. M. $1.99 WITH THIS VALUABLE COUPON $1.99 The New Sunburst Necklace and Earring Sets This coupon and $1.99 entitles the bearer to one of our Genuine SIM. RHINESTONE SUNBURST NECKLACE AND EARRING SETS. Beautiful Sim, Pearl Sets on Sale. SCOOP! SENSATIONAL! Nationally Advertised To Sell For 3 Times As Much BUY WITH COUPON . . . $1.99 Plus Fed. Tax 24-K Gold Plated. Hand Set Stonei . . . Choice of eolor. Si™, carrieo-or onyx. Individually boxod/ Complofo. Only $1.99. Suitable for oil occajioni ... An ideal Christmas gift. You will alwayi, look stylish and up to the moment wtih gorgeously 'hand-set stones. Individually boxed. Rnady to give. NEW YORK (UP)- The gov-| ernment may rest its case today against Teamster President-elect James R. Hoffa, charged with conspiring to tap the telephones of union underlings at the teamster headquarters in Detroit. Hoffa and two co-defendants, •wiretap expert Bernard Spindel and Owen B. Brennau, president of Detroit Local 337, face a possible sentence of one year in prison and $10,000 in fines if convicted. Testimony has indicated that Hoffa ordered the taps because he feared union "small fry" were selling him out to Senate investigators. A government witness, Bernard... Chamine, gave testimony Tuesday 11 which conflicted with testimony he j gave to the grand jury that indicated Hoffa. ; Williams, read to the jury -statements Chamine had made to the \ grand jury. The witness had admitted that Spindel had hired him j to tap phones in the Detroit he<ad- quarters so that Hoffa could lis-| ten to and record phone talks of, his underlings. Chamine told the!5^ grand j'.iry he had done the preliminary wiring so that Hoffa! could accomplish this. . Under direct examination, Cha- §£ mine insisted that he never meant J)J to tell the grand jury that he had, /jy actually tapped phones in thei^v sense of setting them up to inter- 0*7 cept phone conversations. He said (& the telephones were "b u g g e d" Kj with microphones so that HoffajJ~ could listen to and record conver-: Sgi sations in union offices other than: his own. "Bugging" of telephones: g is not a crime. Limit... Not More Tha n 2 Sets on Each Coupon This Sale Positively Ends Friday at 8:00 P. M. Wednesday Evening, December n, 1SJT. nal Assn. with comments not in the prepare*) texl. when farmers will exercise col-| PROCESSION AGAty BANNED "Secretary of Agriculture Ben- lective bargaining. ! JERUSALEM, Israel (UP)— son is presiding over liquidation' "Then consumers and processors j Members of Jeruslaem's consular o£ the American farmer," he said, W HI realize they've taken low farm'corps will not be allowed to lake adding that "the worst disaster .prices for granted too long. Many; the traditional Hebron road to the farmer has suffered is the| new supporters are developing," i Bethlehem on Christmas Eve, it absolute refusal of those in charge | ne sa jd, "many from the ranks of W as disclosed today. The Jordan of our agricultural policy, to do business...for a farm program tha^ggyemment reportedly banned the anything effective for the farmer." Humphrey quipped that "a chill ran through the Republican National Committee when Benson re- . .. will give farmers fair prices and| co i or f u i ceremonial procession in specialized markets." 'which the consuls customarily . The new Congress will fight ad-j worc f u n regalia. 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