Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 26, 1957 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, November 26, 1957
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Tuesday Evening, November 26, 1957. Court to Check Passport Right of State Department WASHINGTON (UP) — The Supreme Court agreed today to look into the State Department's power to refuse passports to citizens. The court accepted for review an appeal by artist Rockwell Kent of Ausable Forks. N.Y., and one by psychiatrist Walter Briehl of Los Angeles. Both were denied passports by Secretary of State John Foster Dulles because they refused to sign a non-Communist affidavit. ' Later this term the court will hear argume'i.s on their cases and follow with a written opinion. An eight-judge bench of the U.S. Court of Appeals here heard *he Kent-Briehl cases and wrote five opinions. The principal opinion upheld the constitutionality of the passport regulations. It'held that' Deaths in News By UNITED PRESS CHELSEA, Mass. — Adm. William Veazie Pratt, 88, who commanded the United States Fleet from May, 1929, to September, 1930, died Monday at Chelsea Naval Hospital. Pratt retired as Chief of Naval Operations in 1933 but was recalled to active duty in 1941 and served six months ar expediter of escort carrier development. WASHINGTON — Sandra Jane Lockard, four-year-old poster girl of the National Nephrosis Foundation died Monday. The child, confidential information may be stricken by the kidney disease two used against an applicant but that years ago, received a get-well the secretary of state must disclose that fact and tell why the secrecy was necessary. Kent, now 75, wanted to go to Europe to paint. Briehl wanted to attend medical conventions in Geneva and Istanbul. They contended the 1952 regulations are not authorized by law and that they impair a citizen's constitutional right to free association. In other actions b dore recessing for two weeks, the court: —Rejected for the second time the appeal of segregationist John Kasper from a criminal contempt conviction in Clinton, Tenn., last year. Kasper has begun serving a year in jail for wilfully violating an order to stop interfering with integration of Clinton High School. —Denied a hearing to a middle- aged Baltimore Lutheran couple CROSSWORD PUZZLE Antwerto Ve.t.rd.y'» Pun PORTIONS OF THIS PAGE PRINTED IN COLOR ACROSS 1—Seed 4—Newly married woman 9—Tear IK—Macaw 13—Fertile spot In desert 14—Bcfor« IE—Color 17—Unmarried woman 19—More recent 21—Employ 22—Exclamation 24—Take unlawfully 26—Flesh 20—Hinder 31—Mountain pass 33—European g;ull 34—Babylonian deity 35—Knock 37— Cry 39—,Not« or scale 40—Lift with lever 42—Opening -K—Misrepresent 46—Former Russian ruler 48—100,000 rupees 50—Bound 51—Hard-shellid fruit 53—Ascends 6n—Portable oven* 58—River mouth Gl—Poem 62—Exterior 04—The'self 65—Insect Cli—nips 67—Specie DOWN 1—Declare 2—Native metal 3—Pocketbook 4—Footwear rote from, Mrs. Dwight L. Eisenhower only a few hours before her death. She was hospitalized last! week. NSW YORK — The president o£ Philip Morris, Inc., 0. Parker Me- Comas, 62, died Monday night following an operation. McComas was noted Tor his philanthropic work. NEW YORiT -" Alfred Lieb- Life Sentence for marm, 86, grandson of the founder, C or j. of Liebmann Breweries, Inc., and chairman of the firm's executive FORT WAYNE (UP)-An ex- committee, died at his home Mon-.convict who was accused of 5—T^ess cooked 6—Exists 7—Obscure 8—Brother of .Tacolj fl—Buy hack . 10—Ari^cr 11—Writ* 1G—More cri.ppled , 18—Dtictrlnfi 20—Fabulous bird 22—Clever 23—Listens to 25—Gumis of cattle 27—Eag-le's nest 28—Kind of cloth M —Tattered cloth •12—Tennis stroke 36—Crony (colloq.) 38—Cllmblns; pepper 41—Now rcnglander 43—Equality 45—Entered in a catalogue 47—.'Regret 4fl—Apple drmlc 52-JOB 54—Wniffht of India (pi.) 55—Man's nickname B8—Fnilt drink 57—Petition fin—Time prone by HO—Drunkard 03—Symbol .for tantalum KRAUT Funeral services for Dora Hartman Kraut, who died Sunday at Santa Cruz, Calif., will be at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at St. James Luth-j cran church, with the Rev Alfred] Gerni officiating. . Friends may j all at the McCloskey - Hamilton iunerai home after 7 p.m. Friday The body will lie in stale at the church for one hour before services. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. day after a long illness. Rochester Man Now at Ft. Riley FORT RILEY, Kan. 'AHTNO —Pvt. Donald D. Williams, son o£ who wanted to adopt a 2-year-old; jjr. and Mrs. Joe A. Williams, Roman Catholic boy. This means that the foster parents—Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. F.rantum—must give up the child to a younger, Roman Catholic couple. They had had the child since he was less than 2 months old. —•Let stand a lower court ruling requiring arbitration of all American Newspaper G-.iild claims against the defunct Brooklyn (N.Y.) Daily Eagle. The case had been in the New York courts for more than two years. Route 6, Rochester, Intl.. recently was assigned to the 69lh Armor at Fort Riley, Kan. Williams, a member of Company B of the armor's Is; Medium Tank Battalion, entered the Army last August and received basic training at Fort Gordon, Ga. He is a 1953 graduate of Fulton High School, Opposes Renting of State Fair Building INDIANAPOLIS <UF> — Governor Handley urged the Indiana State Fair Board .Monday to "reconsider the policy" which permitted a jewelry firm to lease a building for a pre-Christmas sale. But Handley said the contract [forcing two teen-age girls to drive fon Allan County roads while he ate their pizza was sentenced to life in Indiana State Prison Monday. Thomas R. Eggleston, 23, Fort Wayne, pleaded guilty and was sentenced by Allan Circuit Judge William H. Shannon on kidnaping charges. Authorities quoted the girls as saying Eggleston raped one of them and pistol-whipped the other during the wild night last jFeb. •SCIENCE' WEST POINT HEREIN, 111. (UP)—The na tional commander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Richard L. Roudebush of Indianapolis, Satur day night repeated his earlier olast against low pay scales for scientists and engineers. Roudebush again called for a national academy of science comparable to W e s t Point and Annapolis. ueattis and Funerals SPENCER Final rites for Charles B. Spencer, 73, of 321 Burlington avenue ivill be at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at the McCloskey - Hamilton funeral home. The Rev. Raymond Echols will officiate. The Elks lodge will hold services at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. Sli'ORB Last rites for Edward Shorb, BO, of 1409 High street, were conducted Tuesday afternoon at the Chase- Vliller funeral home, with the Rev. Kenneth Brady officiating. Burial was in Mt. Hope cemetery. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Five Offers $50,000 For Interview With Space Man INDIANAPOLIS (UP) - Television state WTTV offered a $50,000 reward Monday night for the person "who will bring a living space creature to Indianapolis." "There have been so many sightings of unidentified flying objects, so many books and lectures," the 1 station said, "by people who have once and for all by interrogating one of these space people himself." And the station said the cash *« ^ood for "anybody, claimed to have met and versed with space people that Sarkes Tarzian, owner of WTTV, would like to settle the agrument HELD IN SLAYING EVANSVILLE (UP)-Authorities held Miss Bessie Rollings, 47, Evansville, today on a preliminary charge of murder in the butcher knife slaying of Charles Hatchett, 48, Evansville. Authorities quoted Ulysses King, 31, Evansville, as saying he found Hatchett bleeding to death Saturday night while Mrs. Hollings stood over him. THERE'S NO NEED TO CUT ^SHOPPING LIST Handley to Speak On TV December 17 INDIANAPOLIS (UP)' — Governor Handley Monday rescheduled tonight's scheduled television address to avoid conflict with President Eisenhower's speech. Monday night the White House announced the President would not speak because of illness. But Handley's second "Report to the People" on an IB-station network had been postponed until Dec. 17. IN BRIDAL SOWN-Cecile Dl- onne models her wedding gown shortly belore she became the bride of Philippe Langlois at the Sacred Heart Church in Corbeil, Canada. This will be the second marriage among the four surviving quints within the last two months. Cecile's sister, Annette, was married on October li.( International Sound-photo t. CRASH FATAL TO SIX CHESTERFIELD, S.C.' (UP)— Six persons, all members of one family, were killed and another person injured seriously Sunday in the collision of a milk truck and a car. Police said the projecting tank of the truck sheared off the I top of the car. We'll be glad to provide whatever extra cash is required to cover your holiday expense* FROM NOW UNTIL CHRISTMAS Open Wednesday 'til 5:00 P. M. Loam Up to $500 O.A.C. FINANCE CORPORATION 325 PEARL STREET Opposite Telephone Company logantport, Indiana TELEPHONE 5101 Offlct Hours: Doily 9-5; Wednesday & Saturday 9-11 INSANITY PLEA INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—A man accused of shooting his wife to death on the steps of the. Holy Cross Roman Catholic Church pleaded innocent because of insanity Monday. Clifford C. Groover, 58, Indianapolis, was charged with first degree murder in the slaying of his wife, Nita Edna, 44, last Sept. 15. The court appointed two physi- to Mrs. Groover. cians to examine Groover who for leasing the "Manufacturers allegedly fired at but missed a Building was valid. : P nest administering the last utes "I am personally very much opposed to that policy," Handley said. The Indianapolis Merchants Assn. protested the lease in a meeting with the governor and members of the fair board's executive committee. Handley said "tax-exempt buildings on the fairgrounds" should not be used for retail sales. Order Probe Into Clinton Slaving CLINTON (UP)—A _ Vermillion County grand jury was ordered Monday'to open its investigation of second-degree murder charges against an Indiana State College student. Vermillion Circuit Judge Frank Fisher said the jury would meet Wednesday to .probe charges against Richard Lee Goodwin, 24, New Goshen, who was free on $10,000 bond. Goodwin was charged in the fatal beating of Fred Call, 57, Clinton, Nov. 5. Goodwin- admitted fighting with Call but denied knowing of his death. 409-415 E, BROADWAY - Vow don't ne*d to pay $250 lo *3OO for Jewelry Store 416 E. Bdwv. ARREST FREE-SPENDER INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Police arrested Paul Albert Gorman, 34, Indianapolis, Saturday night as a suspected con-man w'io. impersonated military men. Police said identification and uniforms of various ranks and services were found in Gorman's car. He allegedly ran up a $250 bill at a service station. A revolver was found in the car, police said, and Gorman was charged with larceny and carrying a weapon. A-PLANE MAN—MaJ. Gen. D. J Kcirn, assistant Air Force deput; chief lor nuclear systems, wa named to head a combined nuclea aviation program to speed produc lion of Uic first atomic airplane He was appointed by the Pentago and the Atomic Energy Commis lioa. (International.) WEDNESDAY VALUE GEM Skin Balm with Lanolin (Homogenized) 12 ounces • For lovelier hands • For elbows, legs, knees • Refreshing after-bath lotion • Soothing to roughened skin • For wiiulburn and sunburn • MEN LOVE IT, TOO—loosens dirt, grime and grease Kegular 2.00 Only $1.00 plus tax COSMETICS-FIRST FIOOR Shop ALL DAY Wednesday when it's easier to find parking space! Here's why Strph's has a no other American beer can equal! The finest ingredients... into stroh's beer go these three fine ingredients: golden barley malt, white rice and choicest hops. 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