Harrisonburg Daily News Record, October 8, 1954, Page 12

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Harrisonburg Daily News Record (Newspaper) - October 8, 1954, Harrisonburg, Virginia PACE TWELVE DAILY NEWS-RECORD HARRISONBURG, VIRGINIA. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 8. Wn, Intermarriage Law Attacked Va. Supreme Court To Rule On Another Race Question RICHMOND, Oct. "i I.4V-The Ptat.p Supreme Court twlny agreed . tn ni]p on a case challenging the oonstmiiionnlily of Virginia's laws against racial intermarriage. It will br the first such ruling ever made by the seven-man court. The ease was brought, by n Chinese seaman whose marriage tn nn American white eirl was annulled by the Portsmouth Circuit Court on the ground that Virginia law does rot recopnize marital bond.s between a white person and a member of another race. The seaman. Ham Say Nain, contended in a l.Vpape petition that the circuit court exceeded it* authority and that. Virginia's laws aeainst intermarriage are 'clearly in conflict, with the U. S. Constitution's J4th Amendment. This amendment, argued Ham, prohibits annulments based on race or color. The petition cited several instances where the racial barriers have been lowered by court, decree and referred to the recent Supreme Court decision outlawing segregation in the public schools. "Surely," added the petition, "the right of marriage stands on no less a footing." Because of the case's importance and inasmuch as state laws -and policy - are affected, the court, invited the attorney general to file a brief in behalf of the commonwealth. At present, Atty. Gen. J. bind-say Almond Is busy preparing ft brief for submission to the Supreme Court which will conduct new hearings in December on the school segregation case. A check of U. S. Supreme Court opinions disclosed no ruling has been issued on interracial marriage since 1887. In that year, the tribunal held the states should be given rather wide latitude in enacting laws pertaining to marriage. In Virginia, the only near-comparable State Supreme Court decision came 20 years ago when it was held the state law against �white and Negro living together was valid regardless of whether the marriage took place in another state. Virginia not only has a law prohibiting the marriage of whites and Negroes but another act which prohibits "any white person in this state to marry any save a white person, or a person with no other mixture of blood than white and American Indian." In the instant case, Ham and his wife, Ruby Elaine Nain, were married June 26. 1952, at Elizabeth City, N. C, and returned to Norfolk to live. Several months later, they separated and Ham's wife petitioned for annulment on grounds of adultery. Ham denied the adultery charge, but the annulment, was granted anyway because of the interracial law. Fahnestocks At Strasburg Rites LINVILLE. Oct. 6 - Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Fahnestock and family attended the funeral of his sister, Mrs. Charles Estop, Sunday afternoon. Services were held from the St. Stephens Lutheran Church, near Srt.rasburn, with the Rev. Stanley Wampler in charge. Interment was in the St. Stephen's Cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. High en tertained the following relatives at. dinner Sunday. Mrs. George Roadcap, Mrs. Alma Rankin, Harold, William, JeaneUe and Jannie, all of Ml. Sidney. Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Miller, Clyde and Sharon, of Grottoes: Mrs. Raymond Martz, Jean, Billy and Charles, Alt. Sidney. Mr. and Mrs. Don Messeley, Dana and Tun were guests Sunday of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dirhl, Jr., Cross Keys. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Lohr. Micky, Kenneth Alice and Dean-na. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Hill. Gail and Dewey and Marsha Click, of Broadway were dinneer uuests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Emmrtt Hill. Afternoon visitors wore: Mr. and Mrs. Oakley Hill, Sandra. Oakif and Tony Lynn, of Harrisonburg and Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Emswiler. of New Market. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Miller, Jr., and children. Jo Ann, Gary Vickie and Carla spent Sunday with his parents. MY. and Mrs. Carl Miller. Sr. Pcnn Laird. Mr. and Mrs. Don Messerley and sons. Dana and Tim. were supper fjuests Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller. S Spt. and Mrs. Stanley Fries and Mama Ann, of Washington spent from Friday ihi'otmh Sunday with then parents, Mr. and Mrs. Flovd Fries here and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Depoy, at Keez-letnwn Miss Jean Mart?, of Mi Sidney is spending some time with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hiph. Mt. Clifton Notes MT CLIFTON, Oct. fi - Mr and Mr.-. Lurty Showalter of Mar-t :ii.---bu!-t; Pa.. MMted their relative;-. Mr. and Mrs J. F. Stio-''. alter the lattet pan of last week Mr. and Mr;.. R. R Wait on and Mis Paul Bowers \u-if busine-.s \ :s>tors m New Maiket aim T.m-berville on Saturday Mi and Mis M L. Sauer aiin James. Mr. and Mrs. Rus.s Knee and Mis. Walter Knee of Wiii-i., the National Geographic Society points out. It was one of three bases from which the legions controlled much of Britain after the full-scale Invasion of A. D. �. Caerleon was the ixumanenl headquarters of the Roman Second Legion numbering some five or six thousand, men. 'Hie other two major control points were set up to the north where the modern cities of York and Chester now stand . Architecturally, the Caerleon establishment followed the usual military design of the times-a large oblong enclosure, with rounded corners and four entrances. It contained barracks, offices, stores and a central regimental headquarters. Although Utile remains of the original structures except a few foundations and stretches of exterior walls, an adjoining amphitheater that served for entertainment has been completely restored. The near-by settlement now emerging from the /lelds Is expected to offer an outstanding opportunity for study, since it escaped the destruction and overbuilding that occurred at other important sites as later towns grew up. If it fulfills hopes, it will be an impressive addition to the long list of reminders of the Roman way that flourished in Britain for nearly four centuries. Roman roads can still be seen stretching across open countryside. Radiating from London, some are buried beneath highways that link modern successors of the old Latin centers. Vestiges of Roman settlements, farms and villas, public baths, theaters, mines nnd military camps are scattered from the English Channel to the Roman Wall near the Scottish border. Together with museum collections, they provide tantalizing details of a civllizaton that developed central heafng, tiled baths, mosaic floors, carved furniture and fine sculpture. Year by year new discoveries are being made. Plowing has turned up some, like the treasure of Roman silver from the fourth century unearthed in 1942 at Mil-denhall. Suffolk. Modern air surveys and photographs showing odd lines and ground formations have led to unsupected Roman remains. So have, routine building operations. But the bombing of World War II brought the biggest surprises. The "Baedeker raids" that battered London, Canterbury. Bath, Exeter and other historic centers, uncovered many a Roman ruin that archcologlsts had long given up as forever sealed off below melropoloitan streets and buildings. VIRGINIA; In Hie CireiiH Onrl of Rockingham County, September 1, IBM. No order having been entered or proceeding had In the following named chancery cause* for more thun five years, except, to continue the same, it I* ORDERED that said causes be stricken from the dorket of this court pursuant to Section 8-154 of the Code of Virginia of 1950, with leave to reinstate, on motion, and after notice to the parties in Interest, if known, or their counsel of record, within one year from the date of this order but not after: Mary Elizabeth Ingram Allen Janet Werner Armentrout v. Mary Nina Austin �. Armethn Carolyn Bynaker v, Beulah Blanche Boyers v. Margaret Payne Bynaker v. Weldon W. Berry's Exors. v. F.ssle Lynn Bowman v. Krsie Roadcap Bennett v. James Lewis Balser v. Julian Bryan v, Pauline Bowman v. Owen B. Brock's Heirs v. Laura B. Bear's Heirs v. T. G. Bryant's Heirs v. Phyllis Dale Coakley v. Chesapeake Western Railway v. Willie Edward Custer v. Ernest Wllmer Crawford v. Lory E. Cullers v. John E. Clements v, Edward R. Carter'/; Creditors v. Hugh Connell's Heirs v. Berlyn A. Dean v. Dorothy Mae Davis v. Elva Campbell Dove v. Lehman Ward Dove �. David Franklin Dove, etc. r. Robert F. Driver 7. Virginia Crawford Dove v. Glen W. Eaton t. Harriet Higglns Edwards t. Samuel T. Earman v. Avis Loraine Funkhouser v Linden Eugene Foley v. Goldie Dove Fink v. Pearl G. Fulk v. Melvin W. Fink, el si. v. H. L. Fadely's Exor. v. Annie L. Huffman v. Farmers & Merchants Bank of Tlmberville V. Roy Flfzwater v. First Nat"! Bank of H'burg v. Gladys Karicofe Gardner v. John Martin Grimm v. Elbert Griffith v. June Evelyn Gordon v. Great Eastern Oil St Gas Corp. v. Beulah Gell v. Luther S. Greyer, et al. t. Mildred Crawford Humbert v. John K. Haney Lester K. Hussey  . Mary Opal Hnrr Harris Bessie Mae Hoover Margaret Lvdla Helstorl �. Lorraine- Anna Stegman-Hall S. E. Hoover  �. Zola Violet Hlgglna v. E. E. Harper's Helra v. Roxle L. Halterman y. Rebecca S. Holsinger, by o installed by a qual-l lfied electrician I'm- only 1,'i-ain-pere I uses unless the circuit is specially wired for larger loads. 4 - Hot ashes and coals He-move rubbish regularly from the house, particularly from the cellar, attic, and closets. (! Impioper handling of gasoline and kerosene, and use of flammable liquids fo, home rlry-t leaning and paint i emo\ nig The Nf-'PA stresses the imparlance of making children tire .-al'i'' conscious from the ear lie-1 \ea;;-. J lie a s.-11<-tat inn a ri v l s p s. "leach them fioin two veais on to di-t uiLMUsli between the right and wrmu use.- of tire  lyt them help vou with various fiie-makmg activities, such burning leaves and trash. This w I i w; ab s.tti.-fy in a constructive ""ir natiiial curiosity d lire. Explain to them what arc doing each time you ex �f vniii- own common sense "ga;d 'n die safer.'.'' BLV i . S. SAVINGS BONDS John W. Hasler's Heirs t. Frank C. Hoover, etc. v. John R. Hildebrand, el al. v. A. L. Harnsberger, et al. v. D. B. Harrison's Exorsr v. Edith Madeline Joseph v. Ernest J. Jarrelg r. Olive Pierce King v. Martha Ann Elsie Kaylor v. Chas. T. Kyger, et al. t. Belle F. Kline Erne F. Kronk, etc. P. T. Riser's Heirs v. Viola O. Lokey v. Edna Rebecca Llneweaver v. William Joseph Lippold, Sr. v. Alverald F. Lam v. William Otis Lam v. Lay ton W. Lam v. Harold S. Lamb v. Pauline Virginia Layman v. Etta V. Long v. James Edward Lambert v. Edna R. Llneweaver v. Margaret Elizabeth Leach v. Margaret Ellis Lawson, Infant v. Henrietta F. Lincoln's Crs. v. Bernard E. Lam's Creditors v. Kate M. Liggett v. Geneva V. McDonald v. George Lessie McCarthy v. Ida Martin v. Ophelia Dellinger Mauck v. Mary Garrison Myers v. LaGretta Alice Morris v. Harold Mealer v. George Moyers' Adm'r eta v. Ernest Miller v. Atline M. Marshall Mundy v. David R. Martz's Exors. v. A R. Miller's Exors. v. Richard L. Miller's Crs. v. ; Amos W. Miller's Adm'r eta v. C. C. Miller r. Meredith Munday v. Joseph A, Newman t. Casper A. Nesselrodt v. John S. Pitkev, sole sure. Tr. v. Frank E. Phillips v. William Oscar Phillips v. Mac Catherine Michael Pirkey v. h'n Lucille Pirkey v. II. K. Pankey's Committee t. E. I). Pence, etc. v. Alice T, Payne's Heirs v. Hubert Rhinehnrl. v. Owen Ezra Run ion t. Lillie Mae Ryman. infant, by .Vc. v. James W. Rodger* r. Samuel L. Randall v. Viola Virginia Rogers v. Lula K. Rife, et al. v. Nina S. Rover v. Rockingham Memorial Hospital v Luther L. Rion, et al. V. Rockingham National Bank of Harrisonburg v Fileu Ro.sson v. Rockingham National Bank of Harrisonburg v. Lula M. Lavman Rhmehart v. Maggie Robinson's Creditors v. Jacob F. Rush v. Ben.iamm Ritchie's Adm'r v. Alice V. Rhodes v. Peter Roller v. Virginia. Cubbage Smith v. Bryan. W. Speed v. Grace Simmons, et al. v. Hoy }'-ee Slurkev v Kul.t..Maigaret Saum v, lay .Dabney Snejl v. Nora Mae Slurke.v v. Blanche Sioneborger Stanley v. Kmma Lee Shifflett v. Jacob Daniel Sheffler v Wilmer Clvde Smith v, Minnie Ruth Shoemaker v. Sarah Milnes Sipe, Guardian v. .1 W. Sheehan's Heirs v. Sara Florence Simmers v. Stuart S and Mattie Snyder's Ci editors Iroda V. Senser �. J. Paul Schmidt v, Venia Wtmer Smith v. yiate HiEhwav Commissioner v. Thomas A. Suirkey �. John W. Hasler's Heirs B. J. Dove, etc. Mildred A. Hildebrand Kate W. Snapp. et al. D. B. Harrison's Devisees Rawley T. Joseph Charles Whitlock, et al. Arthur D. King Gladys Va. Kaylor Davis, etc. Mary Elizabeth Kyger, et al. Grace M. Kline, et al. Cora Mlnnick, etc. P. I. Riser's Heirs Ralph R. Lokey Dold Lowman Llneweaver Marion May Lippold Virginia Mane Lam Katherlne Payne Lam Stella Mae Lam Elsie Elizabeth Lamb Melvin Earl Layman Florence E. Bontz, et al. Lula Margaret Lambert. Edna Lucille Llneweaver, et al Douglas Emerson Leach James William Lawson Henrietta F. Lincoln's Adm'r. Bernard E. Lam, et al. Barbara Kyle's Adm'r. Richard Grover McDonald Fannie McCarthy Robert Martin John A. Dellinger, et al., Lloyd Myers Joseph Millard Morris Anna Smith Mealer Ruby F. Lam, et al. Clarence Miller, et al. Theodore Mundy David R. Martz's Heirs/etc. Wilson Heltzel Miller, etc. Richard L. Miller, et al. Amos W. Miller's Heirs Saylor Miller, etc. W. H. Walker, etc. Erne E. Newman Beulah F. Nesselrodt The Town of Grottoes, et al. Charity May Phillips, infant Hattie V. Moore Phillips Frank Pirkey Kenneth Elwood Pirkey H. E. Pankev, et al. Edward G. Shipp, etc. Alice T. Payne's Heirs Anna Rhineliart Irene Virginia Lindamood Runion Elwood Coffelt Ryman Lillie RnfT Rodger* Ethel V, Randall Ralph Joseph Rogers Paul F. Rife. Jr. Raynor S. Rover Carl M. Cox. et. al. Arthur Leroy Rion. et al. Samuel R. and Lizzie Custer John J. Mace, et al. John W. Morrison's Exors., etc. Jacob E. Rhinehart Maggie Robinson Thos. A. Rush Monroe Wenger, elc. Flora N. Reid, et al. Josiah Roller's Adm'r Emmanuel Smith Geraldine Bonner Speed Lottie Gibbons, et al. Eliza R. Shirkey James Wesley Saum 7,nla Virginia Snell I'honvAs Aubrev Shirkey 1'alley Rand Stanley Lynwood Shifflett Janet Ruth Echard Sheffler Edna Virginia Smith Clifford Lee Shoemaker Sarah Ann Sipe, et al. J. W. Sheehan's Heirs Clarence Edward Simmers Bessie M. Lambert, et al. Geo. F. Senger, et al. The Eastern States Oil & Gas Co.. et al David C. Smith Grover C. Hurst, et al Nora Mae Butler Shirkey VIRGINIA: In the Circuit Court of Rockingham County, September 21, 1954. It being made to appear that no order has been entered nor proceedings taken, other than continuances, in any of the following styled pending chancery causes for more than two years, and It further appearing that the Clerk of this Court has given to the parties In interest, or their counsel of record, the fifteen day notice required by law, and no good cause being shown against the dismissal of the same, it is ORDERED this 21st day of September, 1954, I hat said causes here below listed be and the same are stricken from the docket of this court and accordingly discontinued, namely. James M. Liskey's Adm'r eta dbn Emanuel C. Bayne ' Clara M. Bruce Norman Berry, an infant Charlotte Mundy Coverstone Elmore B. Cason Wilmer Edward Coffman Ida Belle Glick William LaVernan Gilkerson  Gilbert H. Grady Joyce L. Lam, et al. Robert Pierce Holsinger Elizabeth W. Horn, et al. Hobert M. Hammer Ethel Irwin Lineweaver Ashby Loker's Heirs Floyd Allan May Bettie Mitchell Secondo, et al. Edwin B. Millet-James R. Foley, et al. Gerald Eugene Ritchie Edward A. Rickev Ralph Atwood Showalter Wendell Holmes Showalter Ralph Gilbert Stone Carlin Francis Smith Merhl O. Smith Beulah M. Breeden Taylor Kathleen, Whetzel James Arthur Wyant Virginia Pearl Armentrout, el al v. Blanche Bayne v. John M. Bruce v. Alma K. Berry v. Paul Coverstone v. Gracie W. Cason v. Mary Elizabeth CofTman v. Marvin Fred Glick v. Elizabeth Ward Gilkerson v. Norma Wenger Grady v. Lucille Lilly Hensley v. Ha Marie Holsinger v. Alvin W. Horn v. Anna P. M. Hammer v. M. A. Layman