Eight Ltgansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Wednesday Evening, May 22, News of the Day As Seen Through the Eyes of the Camera $4,700 Question Union $1,000,000 Bares Miller File CELIADOOR CROCKETT, tha English literature whiz who goofed at the $16,000 level on TV's "$64,000 Question" and wound up with a Cadillac, is in Los Angeles court here, telling about the car. She is suing her husband, Arvus U. Crockett, for separate maintenance for herself and daughter Dawna, 6. She said Arvus sold the car for $4,700. He said he used the auto sale money to pay off about "two thirds of our bills." ' (International; 'No' to $200,000 ;, Trujillo Reelected '-"•# BROKER George E. Newell of Seattle, Wash., Dave Beck's home bailiwick, tells Senate labor rackets probers in Washington that ho realized a million dollars in profits from the Teamsters' pension and welfare fund and lost $40,000 in a deal with union official Frank Brcwster. Senator John Kennedy (D), Massachusetts, accused Newell^of taking "excessive" commissions from the pension fund. (International; Admits Once Red TESTIFYING before trie Senate's Dave Beck probe in Washington, attorney Alfons B. Landa nays he offered Beck $200,000 cash after Beck airanged a $1,500,000 loan to help Landa and Roy Fruehauf retain control of Fruehauf Trailer company, and that Beck turned it down. Landa also said he sugr gcstcd that Beck uso tho union's purchase of stock in Montgomery Ward to organize Ward's 52,000 employes and to aid Ward Chairman Sewell Avery in his proxy fight against Louis Wolfson, and that Beck took the advice, flnterniitianril) PAUL BOATIN, newly elected president of tho Dearborn engine unit of Local 600, largest Auto Workers local, representing 65,000 Ford employes, tells the Senate internal security subcommittee in Washington that ho was a Communl.it for some 10 years, but waa expelled in 1949. (International! FIRST PHOTO OF NEW JET ENGINE THE J-79, the country's first production Jet engine capable of powcr- i Jng aircraft at twice the speed of sound, Is shown as It Is unveiled by ;the General Electric Company In Evandale, Ohio. In the 10,000| pound thrust class, the new engine will be used in fighter, bomber, Interceptor, missile and also ta commercial transport applications. COMFORTS KILLER GRANDSON 'MISS PILGRIMAGE OF PEACE' Beck-oned RICHARD ARENS, House un- American activities committee aide, stands outside federal court iff Washington after testifying that committee files show playwright Arthur Miller was at one time a Communist party member and supporter of Bed front groups: Miller is on. trial on a contempt charge growing out of his refusal to answer questions concerning activities of persons other than himself. (International; Tackling Big Job AD1NE ZOll (above), Italy's new Premier-designate, is photographed as he leaves the Quiri- nale Palace in Rome after he formally accepted the task ot terming a new Italian Government. President Giovanni Gron- chl gave Zoli the job after tho [all of Premier Antonio Segni's Government. (International) | 'Cruel, Inhuman 7 "CRUEL and inhuman" treatment Is tho plaint here as ac- trea-j Joanne Dru gets a divorce from actor John Ireland in a LOH Angeles court. She and Ireland split their property livonly, and she set something of a precedent of $1 a month illmony. (International) Clock Defies Time WEEPING, Mrs, Maren Madsen tries to comfort her grandson Lawrence, 14, in Chicago after ho told police how he strangled 2',i-yoar-old Lisa Jorgensen and buriod her body under a stairway in on apartment building-. (International Soundphoto) BUILT 151 years ago by Sir Wil- llnm Hcrschel, famed British astronomer, this 12-foot grandfather's clock is jiow on display nt the American Muscum-Hay- dcn Planetarium in New York. A pioneer In telescopic astronomy and discoverer of the planet Uranus. Sir William constructed the clock in 1806 to time his stel- Inr calculations. It t» on loan *««nn Fordhom University. N.Y-. ROBERT B. ANDERSON (above) of Texas, former Navy secretary, is reported to be top choice for Treasury secretary in event George Humphrey bows out. (International) GENERAL Hector B. Trujillo Molina, reelected President of the Dominican Republic, is shown as he posed for an official portrait. In 1952 he succeeded his elder brother, Generalissimo Rafael L. Trujillo Molina to the post, which is held for a five- year term. (International) BLIND SCHOOL HAS BOWLING BLIND Jacqueline Whetstone winds up for a try on one of tha two new bowling alleys at the Ohio State School for the Blind in Columbus. Two fully equipped lanes wore donated to the school by the' Bowling Proprietors Association of Ohio. Note the guide "ill which gets her off in tho right direction. (International} MOTHER AIDS AMNESIA FIGHT A DEVOTED MOTHER, Mrs. Margaret Gentile, 47, helps to dispel tho fog of amnesia engulfing her son, Harry Warner Applegate, 26, in a Detroit hospital. Applogate was a nameless wanderer for 11 months, but painstaking work by psychiatrists finally connected him with Mrs. Gentile, of Anbury Park, N. J. ' (international) HOW TO SAVE $5,000,000,000 PRESIDENT EISENHOWER and former President Herbert Hoover seem to be having a pleasant chat In this Whito House scene, during which Hoover told tho President of a way to save more than $5,000,000,000 annually in federal spending. That would bo tho' Hoover plan for government reorganization. (International J IKE MEETS NEW CANADIAN ENVOY NORMAN A. ROBERTSON, newly-appointed Canadian Ambassador to the United States, calls on President Eisenhower at the White House; to present his credentials. The Chief Executive told Robertson that < the U. S. and Canada have created "an atmosphere of trust and. ', understanding" in dealing with issues and question* that aline.; RITA CONSTANCE, of Philadelphia, who has beon named "Miss Pil- Si^fSf ot Pe °S e ^' b P ictur ed in New York with a model of the BUM Tower and Dan Daniel, national commander of the American Legion. Daniel told reporters of a mass "Pilgrimage for Peace " which will take thousands of Legionnaires and their families to Europe this coming September on a "peace and goodwill mission." NORMAN OESSERT, couein of Teamsters President Dava Beck's wife, turns a smiling; countenance on tho camera at the Senate labor probe in Washington, where he arrived by subpoena propulsion. He is intermingled in Beck's financial involvement. (International) MOUNTAINTOP CHRISTMAS ISLAND, H-TEST SITE ? © CHRISTMAS ISLAND HIRE ARE two cartographical views ot Christmas island, where the British are holding hydrogen bomb tests in spite of Japanese objections on grounds of safely. The 60-sqimrc-mile island actually is hilly summit of a 15,000-foot mountain, 1-1,000 feet of which are submerged. Phosphate is product. FIND BOY ALIVE AFTER 24 HOURS IN WELL-SHAFT SEVEN-YEAR-OLD BENNY HOOPER, trapped for 24 hours in a narrow well-shaft near his home at Mdnorvillc, N. Y. was found alive by rescuers in the miracle that was not expected to happen. The boy was hospitalized and reported in good condition. At top, Benny Hooper Jr. (arrow) is lifted from the well-shaft on a stretcher by rescue workers. He had been trapped 21 feet below after falling in while playing leapfrog in the backyard o£ his homo. The first man to reach Benny at the bottom of the well was Sum Woodson (top, right). He is: shown being given oxygen after he collapsed on, reaching tho surface. The other photo of Woodson ' was taken as he was interviewed. At bottom,; Benjamin Hooper sits at the bedside of his son,. Benny Jr., resting in an o;tygcn tent at a hospital.'
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