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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - October 8, 1967, Darmstadt, HessePage 6 the stars and stripes sunday october 8, 1967 world series or Home movies us senator by Dick West Washington up you May or May not approve of everything sen. Allen j. Ellen Der does but either Way you will have to agree he has perfect week the Louisiana Democrat invited his colleague Sand other interested parties to Stop by the Senate auditorium and see his latest Home movies. One of the showings was held wednesday afternoon when apart from both the House an Senate being in session there was t much to do around the Capitol except watch the world series on television. As the Ellender picture began it was the 7th inning the score was tied the cardinals had a Man on third with one out and Roger Maris was at kind of timing is hard to could t have torn myself away from the television set except that i happen to be a Home movie maker myself. Know How discouraging it is when you can t get anybody else to look at the films you took of interesting Rock formations. And i did t want Ellender Mohave to suffer the Way i have it turned out however my presence was t really were More than 80 other people at the the senator does t have that Many staff members figured the others must have been Minnesota twins always takes a camera along on his annual trips to investigate the . Foreign Aid program. These shots were those he made during his latest inspection trip to latin explained that he had spliced together three reels an that after each reel the film would say the but he said we should t leave until the third the addition to being an indefatigable or relentless photographer of mountains fountains and waterfalls Ellen Der has a keen Eye for human interest was one scene of a restaurant in Mexico where the customers Are entertained by bullfights. Ellender said some of the diners rooted for the Bull Towin. I assume they had ordered Steak dinners. We also Learned for Ellen Der s narration of a scene in Nassau that it takes nine years to train a Flamingo. This alone made me glad i went to see the film. Nevertheless the mention of Pink Birds started me thinking about the cardinals. So i left after the first the sorry about that senator. Butas we Home movie makers say you can t win pm court upholds 2 soviet spy convictions Philadelphia a . Court of appeals upheld Friday the conviction and sen tence of two men charged with conspiring to spy for Russia. The two John William Butenko 42, of Orange n.j., and Igor Ivanov 37, a russian were arrested at an Englewood n.j., Railroad station in 1963. The Fri said they had a briefcase con Taining documents relating to document copying camera a secret project on which Bute Kowas working for the depart ment of defense. Butenko an electrical Engi Neer was sentenced to 30 years imprisonment and Drew two five year concurrent terms on other charges. Second charge Ivanov a former chauffeur for amt org a soviet Trade Agency received a 20-year also was Given five years to serve concurrently on a second charge. In their Appeal the two objected to the District court s refusal to suppress certain physical evidence on grounds of unreasonable search and seizure. On Friday the court of appeals for the third . Circuit acquitted Ivanov on the second charge which does not affect his sentence. At his trial Butenko said realize i have been found guilty according to our form of Justice by a jury. But i know i am in Nocent. I have done nothing to harm my spying denied Ivanov had denied spying an said he considered his arrest an unfortunate arrested with them were two members of the soviet Mission to the United nations. The two and a third member of the rus Sian . Delegation were named co conspirators in the Case after being expelled from the coun try. All three immunity. Had diplomatic Friday s 26-Page opinion was written by circuit court judge " " William . Court judge William h. Kirpatrick. J. Cullen Ganey Smith and senior Yeoman task Paulin Dziob of new York is fighting both the National maritime Union and the steamship com Pany she works for As a Stew Ardess in an Effort to be certified As a Yeoman something no woman has Ever achieved. She claims a Yeoman is clerk typist and she can Type As Well As any. A photo pastor s wife objects to 2 love vows los Angeles Calif. A after 16 years minister Gene Emmett Clark s sixth marriages in trouble. Friday a court ordered Clark,57, to pay his wife $400 a month in Alimony and $200 a month to support their child pending the outcome of mrs. Clark s divorce suit. The decision came after Gloria Lark 44, told the court this Story her husband took her out to dinner in 1963, along with another woman. Clark took his wife s hand kissed her and whispered Darling i love then he took the o t h e woman s hand kissed her and whispered the same . Clark said he told her most men have never found on wonderful woman. I am Fortu Nate in having wife did not agree. She is charging the minister of the Church of religious science in Beverly Hills with cruelty desertion habitual intemperance and adultery. Bigamy sends interracial husband to jail Nashville Tenn a Herman Alvin Mcdaniel jr., a negro whose last Job was dish Washer and whose last wife was White was sentenced Friday for bigamy. He pleaded guilty and Drew a two year state prison term. The Only evidence at a non jury hearing before criminal court judge John Draper was three marriage licenses. There were no divorce married Joyce Christine Prescott 34, a Whit woman on the Steps of the metropolitan courthouse Here july21 in a highly publicized Cere Mony the first recorded inter racial marriage in Tennessee was arrested tues Day after the Davidson count grand jury accused him of hav ing two other wives both negroes at the time of the third have searched All of the county s records said . Atty. Dick Speight and there is nothing to indicate he has divorced or even filed for divorce from any of his said an investigation of his marital status revealed he married Mary l. King then 17, in 1953 and that he married Robbie Lee Waddy in 1963. The first two weddings took place atthe same courthouse where he married miss Prescott but without the publicity. At the. Time of the Mcdaniel Prescott marriage the couple was employed at Nashville Motel restaurant where miss Prescott was a salad girl. They quit that Job about a month interracial wedding was the first recorded in Tennessee since the . Supreme court in ruling on a Virginia Case struck Down state Laws Banning such marriages. Dimitri Tom Len bobbed los Angeles a com Poser conductor Dimitri Tom Len was tied up and robbed in his Home thursday night by three men who escaped with $13, police said. Tier skin the russian born Winner of an Academy award was struck on the face with a pistol and injured slightly. Kids be quiet find a seek of money9 Dallas Tex. A when Ever j. W. Slover of Martinez Calif., takes his children on vacation trips he uses this admonition you kids be quiet now and look for a sack of Mon Slover a Petroleum engineer1,told Friday How one of his five children called out As they were passing through Dallas there s a sack of Money,dad." Stover stopped and picked up a sack from an expressway amp. Inside were $114,000 in checks the Days receipts fro the first National Bank of Irv ing a Dallas suburb. A Messen Ger service had lost the bag. I m glad it was in checks said Slover. You can be real honest for $50 or $100 but How Strong would you be with $114,000."the messenger service sent him a Nice Little note and Check for $25," Slover said

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