Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on July 3, 1957 · Page 24
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 24

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, July 3, 1957
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Logansport, Indiana. Pharos-Tribune Wednesday Evening, July 3, I99f. News of the DoY As Seen Through the Eyes of the Camera DEPUTY FINALLY GETS HIS MAN IN-LAWS SUE FOR $500,000 . ' Princess Caroline APPARENTLY THEY LIKE IKE AND HE LIKES THEM BRIDEGROOM Leland Cummings, Jr., and bride Mary Lucille Werner Cummings look happy as they leave St. Mathew'a Lutheran church fa Elm Grove, Wis., but their in-laws aren't. The Cum- mmgses, of Philadelphia, are suing the Werners for half a million dollars, charging them with luring Cummings, Jr., out of the Roman Catholic faith. (International Soundphoto), PRINCESS Caroline Louise Marguerite, first child of Prince Rainier and Princess Grace Patricia (Kelly) of Monaco, is shown in her crib at Monaco. She was born on January 23 at the Grimaldi Palace in Monaco. JAMES F. GOLDMAN, ex-convict and dope addict, lies on hospital operating room cart in Martinez, Calif., as Dr. Hiromu Morikone examines an X-ray which shows a bullet in his innards. Goldman abducted Deputy Sheriff Harry Haring (inset) at gunpoint from Maclera county j'ail arid forced him to drive at high speed through 12 counties. After nine hours, Having was able to grab a gun and let daylight into Goldman. . (International Soundphotq*) INTRODUCED AT HOFFA TRIAL *.*v \j4.j.inuiui fcudue an Monaco. KEEL FOR NEW ITALIAN LINER Big Boost Aug. 16 THI KEIL of the new Italian 31,500-ton liner Leonardo Da Vinci was laid down the ways at Genoa, Italy. This picture shows the flrat of three sets of steel plates being lowered into position. The Leonardo Do Vinci, slated for launching in the summer ol 1958, will be 740 feet in length, 92 feet wide, and have eleven decks. At top is an architect's drawing of the luxury ship. (International Hadiophoto) • EISENHOWERS DOFF THEIR SHOES THIS SERIES OF PICTURES, taken by an FBI infra-red camera, were introduced at the bribery trial of James R. Hdfta, Teamsters Union vice-president. The photos, purporting to show Hofta (hatless) receiving documents from John Cye Cheasty, were accepted as evidence by Federal Judge Burnita S. Matthews in Federal Court, Washington. The passing of the documents, for which Ho0a al- ( legedly gave $2,000, was said to have taken place on March 12 at' Dupont Circle in Washington. Cheasty is an investigator for the . (pedal U, S. Senate Committee probing labor-management racket*. 17, GETS 50 YEARS FOR KILLING PRESIDENT AND MRS. EISENHOWER look up at a point o£ interest in the now Islamic Center on Massachusetts Avenue in Washington. 17-YEAR-OLD Joseph Schwartz and parenta, Lillian and William Schwartz, are shown in a courtroom goodby, after ho got 50 years in prison on conviction of killing a Negro boy la.it March with a ball peon hummer. In defense, he claimed he did not remember events of that night, having drunk a pint of wine' and a quart of beer. fInternational Boundnhntm THE PRESIDENT wears a white covering over his socks and the Flrat Lady is shown in her stocking loot as they inspect a new Moslem religious center in Washington. He said that the mosque wai an example of America's religious freedom and tolerance. WORLD WEEK "DEAF" EARJ LISTEN.AS IKE TILLS GOVERNORS CONFERENCE STATES SHOULD TAKE OVER SOME OF FEDERAL SERVICES IF TAXES All TO >E CUT AMENDMENT TO RECONFIRM SUPREME COURT JUSTICES EVERY FOUR YEARS PROPOSED UP POPS SOVIET FOREIGN MINISTER ANDREI OROMYKO WITH FIRST NEWS CONFERENCE SINCE 1953, CHIDING U, S. FOR "WARMONGERING"SPEECHES FRENCH PREMIER BOJRGES-MAUNOURY WINS VOTE ON HIGHER TAXES, ISSUE WHICH OUSTED HIS PREDECESSOR THEY'VE COT H-BOMJ! UN ANNOUNCEMENT OF MODERN WEAPONS IN KOREA — RED FLYERS HURRICANE SLAMS GULF COAST, NINE DROWN AS FISHING VESSEL SINKS GIIRAUAR TO TURKEY CONSTANT READINESS SOUTH 'AMERICA JULY 1 IIGINS INTERNATIONAL GEOPHYSICAL YEAR GEN. AND MRS. Nathan Twining give each other a hug as the general marks retirement as U.S. Air Force chief of staff, in Washington. He becomes Joint Chiefs chairman Aug. 16. (International) World's Biggest ADM. KUX B. STUMP (above) can boast the world's largest military command, now that the Far East command established 12 years ago by Gen. Douglas MucArthur has been absorbed by the Pacific command. From HQ at Pearl Harbor, Admiral Stump directs huundredn of warships In <ui area embracing more than 76,000,000 sc]iiara miles, nearly half the earth. (International) A Dutch Treat PRESIDENT EISENHOWER and his governor guests look in good spirits after a stag luncheon at the White House. From left: Harold W. Handley, Indiana; William G. Stratton, Illinois; Goodwin J. Knight, California; Leo Heogh, Civil Defense administrator-designate; the President; Theodore Mc- KeldiD- Maryland. fInternational Soundvhotoi SIX KILLED IN FREIGHT-PASSENGER SMASHUP SIX KILLED, 40 injured is the toll in Bite smashup of a freight train and the Dixieland, a Chicago-to- Miami passenger train, at Guthrie, Ky. The freight struck the passenger at right angles, first Jilt- tihg the dining car as passengers were eating. Overturned engine Is freight's. tinternationail SLAPPED DOWN BY 'AUDREY' HERE IS all angry hurricane Audrey left of a flsliermnn'a supply house In GnJvcMton, Tex. The sen level pumped up eight feet during the lashing storm, the souson'i) first. (htlernalionalSounApliolo) 'WARHEAD' REMOVED, MISSILE TRIAL GOES ON Col. John' O. Nlckerson, •fcmtiini, enri'loK armful of documents to the courtroom. Col. lilclnml F. Srarlioroufjli, S. Second Army ji"l£« advocate, in law officer lit Irlnl. WIUHWKPH: Kx-Gi»rmiin rocket «x|inrtH Or. Wi-rimr Vim Itraiin (upper), KniCHt Stiihltii|rer. THE "MISS EUROPE" representative in the "Miss Universe" contest in Long Beach, Calif,, will bo Corlnne Rottschafer of the Netherlands. She U shown after winning in Baden-Baden, Germany. ('Jnttrnational) Trial building at Redstone arnenal. Guard Mm. Nlckermn, nccoinpunlcd by In Pvt. Robert G. Johnson, Atlanta, On. John 1XT, enters court fur trial THI COURT MARTIAL of Col. John C. Nlckerson, 11, goes on at the U. S. Army'n Rcdntono arsenal, Huntsvlllc, Ala., with its "warhead" of espionage and perjury charges removed. Inntcad, deliberations are based on his plea of guilty to 15 counts of breaching security in circularizing arguments against Dcfonaa Secretary Wilson'* order transferring; missiles to the U. S. Air Force. Nlckornon's "pet" i* th« taterm«dla£« JuolUr. (International Soundvhotoa)

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