Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 20, 1957 · Page 6
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Itx Loganeport, Indiana. Thursday Evening, June 20, 1957. News of the Day As Seen Through the Eyes of the Camera Highest in U.S Recluse's$$Hoard THREE DOESN'T LOOK A CROWD WHERE ADVERTISING $ GOES OLDEST EVER IN CONGRESS (Courteoy ol National Industrial Ccmlerenco Board) HERE'S HOW all the advertising wordage, printed and spoken, was divided In 1856. Biggest rise in recent years Is in television. Its first compilation, In 1949, showed $57,800,000. In 1956 it had grown to ?W25,000,000. Each figure In chart is in millions of dollars, HAILED AT G.O.P. CONFERENCE ON BECOMING tho oldest member ever to serve In Congress, Sonu- tor Theodore Green (D), Rhode Island, takes a bite of cake in Washington on colleagues celebrate his longevity achievement. Th« foreign relations chairman had reached 89 years, 7 months, 20 days, one day older than Rep. Charles Stedman of North Carolina when ho died in office in 1030. (International Bomidjilwtot THEIR SON FREED BY RED CHINA NATION'S LARGEST furnace, 10 atorics (110 foot) high, is in place-at the Harvey Aluminum plant in Torrance, Calif. It was built by Westinghouse in Mcad- vllle, Pa. Tho electric giant heat treats big alloy shapes 80 feet lone. (International) AEC Nominees PRESIDENT AND MRS. UtiNHOWiR are shown as they rciiponded to ehceri in Wanhlngton after the Chief Executive addressed the Republican National Committee 1 ! campaign strategy conference. Ho told the group that he will "use every power at my dLipoi/nl" to •ce that tha Republican Party platform ii enacted Into law—in- •ludlne thn controversial record oeacetimc budect. (International), A DRESSING DOWN MR. AND MRS. JOHN HOULE, of Glondnlo, Calif., hold a picture of Iheir ton, Rev. John A. Houle, 42, after receiving news that he had been released by tho Chincsu Communiiito. Tho Rev. Houlo, a Jeuuit mloiiionary, wni nrreotcd oa Juno ID, 1983, on charges of onplonaKC. Tho Redn let him KO on the completion of his prison «ont»ncc, tlcv. Houlo hoped to leave Shanghai In two week*. REDS FREED BY REVERSAL fHE POLICEMAN nturnly Inform/I in-riiunlh-old Ilrnndn Lewln that tiif.ro ura llinltn to nltln (Jiving at Now York 1 * Rodcaway Pluy. lund, 90-dc^roe to/nporature or no. (InlarnaHoimt ttoundvholo) SYMBOLISM OF PLYMOUTH TWO FORMER Trumim admlnla- Iml.lrm moil (iro Prniihlont JIJI- £f:iihowcL''n noinlnuaM fur l:lio Aluniln IHniii'Ky^ cominlimlon. John S. Clrnliiun) 1 lormar 1111- Hlntnnt Tnuuiury wicrotnry, now in a flnnncliil conntiltant In WimhliiKton. John V, Floburjr, a formor iiiinlntiLnt: Navy noortj- tury, in a Wiwlilnictuii attorney. Graham would "I'lll vncancy catimid by (loath of.' Jolm Van Nnitinunn, and D'lnbai'K wmiM iincKiiuil Tlioninu JO. Murray, wild Inui bnun a conl.iir of pr>lli:y controvnrny. (lnlmnalinnul> POLICE property cleric Thomas Rosettl sorts some of the $274,900 in bills found In the Staten Island, N.Y., home of Mrs. Emma Buhl de Hart who died at 00 years of afe from malnutrition and e kidney ailment The eccentric widow kept the money in two cardboard boxo» ta a bedroom closet of her littered apartment She also had an additional $205.000 In banks. ELIZABETH TAYLOR'S former husband, Michael Wilding (left), greets her and.her current husband, Miko Todd, <U the airport in Nice, France. Liz, who is expecting a baby, anil ToOd were leaving the Riviera, where they had been since April. (International) THE 'CAIRO-DAMASCUS AXIS' IS OUT OF KILTER SYRIA HAS ««OKIN PIOM1SE TO GIVE JORDAN FINANCIAL AID FOR BREAKING TREATY WITH CRCAT BRITAIN II KILLED AS LEBANON VOTE SHOWS PRO-WESTERN TREND JORDAN CLOSES CAIRO EMIASSY JORDAN CLAIMS SYRIA TOOK PAR! IN A PLOT AGAINST KINO HUSSIIN EOm MILITARY ATTACHE KICKED OUT OF LIBYA ON ACCUSATION OF JTIHRIN5 THIS MAP points up a. f«w of tho ronsoiiH wliy tlio "Cnlro-DniniiHCua Axis" IB out of Jiilter in tin Middle Kiuit Indluitlomi tiro Hint Ilia liil'l'WiHT nf Kirypt mill Pyrla In waning union)? Anib niillon* LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON AND DAUGHTER THE DUKE Or EDINBURGH wullfii iicrorm llui Wlndnnr rustle polo field In Witnlnix! In typlnil frinhiim, «JK| JMIICCHM A.IIDO mid I'rlmx Cliurli'ii trail nluiiK an llltn an KI»I||IIK"> Unit •niiifliinii/ Htmndjilnito) HERE ARE FOUR Of the U Culirornla Cnmmunlntii frond by tlio U. H. Hiiprciiio Comt'n rovor/ml ot Umlr Wft'i <ainvli:l.lonn for. c«m- iiplrlnji; to advoculo iivitfthrow or. tho 0. H. K«vornm<!nt. Hli»wa In IXMI AnKDloii urn (from left) 1'lillllp Connelly, Ji'nmlc Hpuclor, Mm. TtOHo KimnlU iai<l Jfonry HMnbofK. T/iny lira "tlrnl ntrlnifnr/i 11 In l.hn wiint coaiit Coinmiinliit; noliip. (Intorniillnnal Uou-iuiiiltulu) $90-WEEK CLERK INHERITS $2,000,000 HOW 14,000 FARM PEOPLE ARE KILLED EVERY YEAR FIBHT: Mnchlmiry. nfnnt victims IM>- twcon r>S nnil (SO. SECONDt »>r<»wn- Mont vlnUiiM hlltlrrn umlcr K. TII1HD: l<'lre»riiiH. Most vkllmx lx>- twocn )fi mill )S. THE AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT Hull'' (In order) tli<wi> lop nix tl kDlora of farm pcoplo with a report Unit iicdckntM olitlrnnd nn uvnrnifo of 14,000 /nrin llvnn u y«ir In th« IDIKUAK period. Tlio report died unnafo pructlcmi "IhiLt coulil bo corrflclcd," NAVY'S NEW TALOS SCORES A 'KILL' SYMBOLISM OF EVENTS at Plymouth, Marai.. Ill deplctod hero KB you nee tho Mayflower n rlillnn at anelmr In view through !«KII ot 1'llBrlm-clud flKuro uliindlntf guard at I'lymoutli lloclc. Bum (ouvenlr hunttr* uwuy. /intariMtiunul UouwiykuioJ. WILLIAM LUND, who enrno $1)0 * weolc H» a cloric In Cl«v«lund, Ohio, POIMM with his wlfo and thru* children nnd the family pet uftor Jio rcoolvod tho JIUWM Hint he Inherited $2,000,009 from Ihe Mtnta of hlu Kruiulraothur In Kwfidtm. Tlio IM-yonr-nld dl«iibli:d World Wur II v«t«'rnn plnnii to lly to Stockholm «oinullin« Jn OuUibnr to sign llniU B«D«r» to collect UM Inheritunc*. (Jwtermukmal Stnmdvhoto) THE TALOS, Nuvy'ti IncraitnoO rani<n, mirfiico-lo-iilr K hiirlN Itniiir Mliywiird In n burnt of flrn (l«ift) nnrt (rl^ht) r.lnmin In (or UM "kill" oa a QJB-1Y drona plane over White Buiid» I'rov- Oroiind. N. M. Tim Tiilmi, whli'h him ri'itlnlximl "Idlln" lit 1!5 nilloM, will lio iKlilfd to th« fjunt n menu I I'urly Hi lUfiH. Tim inlnnlln U jfulducj by 11 niucliunlcnl "brain." (InltmuUonal aonmlvhotoi)

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