The Kansas City Times from Kansas City, Missouri on December 22, 1955 · Page 19
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A ALONE ON FESTIVE DAY LEAVENWORTH OFRCER'S KILLER TO SPEND 39TH CHRISTMAS APART. Since Death Sentence Was Com« muted in 1916, Alcatraz Convict Has Lived In Seg- r^ation Cell. San Francisco, Dec. 21.fAP)~ Robert Stroud, Alcatraz convict, this year will be alone with his Christmas in a segregation cell for the thirty-ninth time in his 65 years of life. Stroud has been confined In a segrégation building since 1916 when prosecution began in the slaying of a Leavenw'orth federal prison officer. Scheduled to hang for the murder, Stroud’s sentence was ^mmuted by Président Wilscfh in 1920 to life ia prison. Stroud originally was sentenced to a 12-year term in 1909, when he was 19, for a murder in an Alaska bar. He said then that he fought Charles Darner, the Alaska slaying victim, because Darner was abusing a j)ight club girl. Paul J. Madigan, Alcatraz warden, said Stroud has been confined in segregation since 1916 'by Department of Justice order. In segregation a convict is confined alone, but is allou'ed reading, writing materials and regular prison meals. Solitary confinement restricts diet and denies all communication and correspondence. Madigan said Stroud Was transferred from McNeil Island, W’ash., after an assault on a prisoner there. He was sentenced to death for the slaying of a Leavenworth prison officer, Andrew E. Turner, who was stabbed with a dagger made from a table knife. Stroud came to Alcatraz from Leavenworth December 19. 1942, in time for his first Christmas alone on the rock that year. BOÏfISD OVER iN A HOLDUP, Preliminary Hearing Is Held for Lavelle H. Hodge. Lavelle H. Hodge, Negro, 21, of 1329 Kensington avenue, who Is accused of three taxicab holdups, was bound over to the circuit court after a preliminary hearing yesterday on one rob bery charge before Magistrate Bernard W. Gnefkow. The charge Is in connection with the $15 holdup of Kenneth Mitchell, 32, of 508 Benton boulevard, a driver for the American Cab company. Preliminary hearings on two other charges resulting from cab holdups are scheduled ,ior January 4. FOR TURKEYS AND ALL HOUDAY GOODIES' GOVERNMENT INSPECTED FRESH YOUNG ^ müîgram ' s FRESH, FANCY, »A” GRADE BROADBREASTED YOUNG, PLUMP TOM TURKEYS—18 TO 22 POUNDS Your choice of a wide variety of TURKEYS from 3 fo 30 POUNDS— a sixe for every family. And a large variety of DUCKS, GEESE, CHICKENS and CAPONS. For the Best ... BUY IT AT MILGRAM'S! CHRISTMAS COOKIES were presented yesterday to Marilyn Cummings (right), 11, Goodman, Mo., a patient at Mercy hospital, by Kathy Jackson, 8, of 8331 East Fifty-seventh street. Kathy was one of eighteen members of Brownie Girl Scout troop 233, at the Eastwood Hills school, who baked cookies for patients at the hospital. The Brownies also sang Christmas carols for the patients—(Kansas City Star photograph). Salk Vaccine Is Credited With Saving 1,200 From Polio J^EW YORK, Dec. 21.(AP). CITY GARS A RIGHT OF WAY. Condemnation Judgment Is Made for Manchester Trafficway Link. A judgment in a condemnation action was returned yesterday by Judge Ben Terte of the circuit court which cleared the way for the construction of a 1-mile link in the Manchester trafficw'ay. The Judgment assessed the value of 5.2 acres owned by the Mt. Washington cemetery, a corporation, at $46,000. Tnis is the final right of w'ay needed by the city to carry Manchester north from Truman road to U. S. 24. Another important link, from U. S. 24 north to the Chouteau bridge, dGk)ends upon an allocation of funds. Herbert C. Hoffman, associate city counselor, said it w^as necessary to bring action against the cemetery because it is a nonprofit corporation and is prohibited by law to convey property to another. The city is expected to receive bids shortly for construction of the 1-mile stretch on Manchester. From 1.200 to 1,300 children probably were saved from infantile paralysis by the Salk vaccine program in 1955, a study indicated today. Dr. Hart E. Van Riper, medical director of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, said the figure was based on a nationwide projection of official reports from eleven states. He said statistics gathered by the foundation also show that the polio hospital cases among children who received the vaccine—7 and 8 years old- dropped much more sharply than among other groups. “Man has dented the nationwide pattern of polio attack with respect to different age groups,” he said. He said hospital admittances decreased 52 per cent for 8-year- olds, and 40 per cent for 7-year- olds, compared with a decline of only 17 per cent for the total population. FEAR RISES IN ALGERIA LIVES OF MOSLEMS IN GOVERNMENT SERVICE THREATENED. 3Ieantime, Guerrilla Warfare Mounts in French Region— Eighty-Nine Are Slain In Twenty-Four Hours. Algiers, Algeria, Dec. 21.(AP) —Guerrilla warfare mounted sharply in French Algeria today. Fear was increased by Nationalists tlireats to execute any moslem officials who fail to quit their government jobs. Scattered reports, unofficial and incomplete, indicated eighty-nine persons had been killed in the last twenty-four hours. JURY ACTS OIS MAGAZINE, Desecration of American Flag Reportedly Is Charged. Chicago, Dec. 21.(AP)—The publisher, editor and art di- BEEF THAT **MELTS** IV JAPAV, Hand-Massaged Steers Are Last Word in Tenderness. East Lansing, Mich., Dec. 21. (AP)—They have beef in Japan that “melts” in your mouth. Peter Kayano, a Japanese exchange student at Michigan State university, says. Daily hand ma.ssage for the steer is the secret for the tenderness of the Japanese beef that sells for up to $6 a pound, Kayano explained to the interested M. S. U. dairymen. II s. OFFERS coon OFHCES. Tribesmen of Pakistan and Afghanistan Are Feuding. Washington, Dec. 21. (AP)— The State department reported today the United States has offered its good offices to Pakistan and Afghanistan to help them settle a dispute Involving Pathan tribesmen living in both countries. mTE OF STALIV ANvivTRSARY Russian Newspapers Use Youthful Pictures of Dictator. rector of Modern Man magazine reportedly were named today in true hills charging them with desecration of the American flag and selling obscene literature. A Cook County grand jury reportedly decided that certain captions under pictures in the December, 1955, issue werx? obscene. The January, 1956, issue contains a photograph of a woman clothed only with what authorities described as a small American flag. Reportedly named In the true bills were George E. Von Rosen. Glenview. 111., publisher; Ben Burns. Wilmette, 111., editor, and Sidney Barker, Glenview, art director. BRITISH MOURN A NEGRO. Charlie Browne Admired by Embassy. Washington, “bee. 21.(AP)— The British embassy today mourned one of her majesty’s oldest employees, Charles F. M. Browne, a Washington-born Negro. Charlie BrowTie worked for the embassy as a mes.senger from October 1, 1888, until his death last night and apparently he enjoyed every minute of it. His rare combination of taste and talent in the diplomatic setting in which he worked won him many honors and many friends. A w’onderful old gentleman,” one of them said. “Always courtly.” — ---------♦— ------GIFT OF FREE PARKING. San Clemente, Calif., City Council Helps the Shoppers. San Clemente, Calif., Dec. 21. (AP)—Christmas shoppers this week get a gift from the San Clemente city council. Draped over the hood of each parking meter is a small sign reading: “Merry Christmas! One liour free parking.’* Good through December 25 only,, — — Get the habit of reading and UBlng Star Want Ads to locate what you want. Dial BA. 1-6500.—Adv. BRmSH nSCAL AID TO IRAQ. A Debt of $7,700,000 Will Be Purposefully Ignored, I.»ondon,. Dec. 21.(AP)—Britain announced today it is foregoing $7,700,OCX) owed by Iraq to let the Arab kingdom spend the money on strengthening its armed forces. Compie*» Un» HoUdoy PouUry FRESH DRESSED TOM TURKEYS FRESH DRESSED ou Ufi9 Holiday . 49' HEN TURKEYS u.59' FRESH DRESSED • DUCKS • GEESE • CAPONS • BAKING HENS • ARK. FRYERS. Grade A Large doz. Jw »Igg* Fresii from tli« Hon! Moscow. Dec. 21.(AP)—Today Is the seventy-sixth anniversary of Stalin’s birth and the Soviet press splashed big pictures of a youthful-looking dictator on their front pages. Hailing the teachings of Lenin and Stalin, the press continued to lay the heaviest stress on the importance of dev'cloping heavy industry and agricultural production, which has been the policy throughout 1955. EARLY MOVIE HEROINE^DIES. Gretchen Lederer Starred in Silent FUms. Anaheim, Calif., Dec. 21.(AP) ^Mrs. Grete Marie Haney, who as Gretchen Lederer was one of Hollywood’s leading w’omen in the days of silent films, died yesterday at the age of 64. Mrs. Haney played opposite such early day stars as Nat Goodwin, William S. Hart, Jean Herscholt and Leo Carrillo. She formerly w^as married to Otto Lederer, actor. Her husband, Louis H. Haney, survives. 0€t the habit of reading and Uilng Stax Want Ads to locate what you want. Dial BA. 1 - 6500 .—%Adv. Wjá BiLEE 73RD AT TROOST—OPEN 8 A. M.-IO P. M. 7 »ATS **rfip Market tBesigned With You in 3timd*^ LARGE SELECTION 3-6 FT. Christmas your Trees Cè^iee With S3 Parchase or Mora Butternut Cottee With Othtr WOa Purchasts Lb. /T Parkay Oleo 2 L.. 49* Morrell Pride Roll Sausage Lb. 25c BORDEN’S, SEALTEST, COUNTRY CLUB, TASTEMARK Longhorn Cheese MHd*^TMellow Lb. 49c COD FILLETS 'SX. .......... PERCH FILLETS Boneless..... u. 35c Armour StarWilson’s Certified SUGAR CURED TENDER HICKORY SMOKED HAMS 16 to 20 Lb. Avg. 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