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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, February 26, 1959, Image 43

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Writer Demands Ruling j
In Passport Ban Case It
The United State* Court of Appeal* here yesterday wa* J
uked to make a District Judge explain why he won't rule in
a case Involving the State Department's ban on travel to Red y
China. i
The request to the appellate court was made by Waldo ,
frank, a New York writer and lecturer who has been invited (
by the Chinese Communists to
lecture on Walt Whitman at j
the University of Peking. The ,
State Department has refused
to issue Mr. Prank a passport j
for this trip.
On February 13, District
Court Judge Charles P. Me-
Laughlin refused to act on Mr. '
Prank's request that the State
Department be "directed to ]
authorise the trip to China.
The Judge said any action on
the Prank case should await
action' by the Court of Appeals
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in another passport esse in- -
volving William Worthy. Jr.
The Judge said the Worthy
and Prank cases involve the
same issue.
In a petition for a writ of
mandamus yesterday, Mr.
Prank, in papers filed by his j
attorney, Leonard B. Boudin,
sought to compel Judge Me- 1
Laughlin to render a decision
in his ease before the Court of
Appeals acts on the Worthy
ease. i
Mr. Worthy, a correspondent I
for tha Baltimore Afro-Ameri
can. traveled In Hungary and
Rad China In 1050 and 1557
despite the State Department
ban on travel to those coun
tries.
Following Mr. Worthy's re
turn to this country, he was |
refused a passport by the Btate
Department, and this action ]
waa upheld last October by Dis
trict Judge Edward M. Curran. |
This Is the decision that is
now on appeal.
Youth Conference
Set for Saturday
The 11th annual Youth Con
ference sponsored by the Zeta
Phi Beta Bororlty will be held
at 10 am. Saturday, at the
Biological Building of Howard
University.
Miss Hilda Alacom. principal
of the Oarfleld Elementary
School will preside.
Rr
GOLDEN WEDDING-Mr.
and Mrs. H. Lester Follln
of 1731 North Adams
street, Arlington, recently
celebrated 50 years of
marriage at the Commu
nity Methodist Church in
Arlington.
Police Told !
Os Legalities :
District police were advised
yesterday to do more than ar- '
rest the right man. They were 1
told they’ve got to do it In
such away as to make the case :
stand up in court.
The advice was given by
United States Attorney Oliver
Oasch in the second of a series
of lectures to police on the
constiutional limits on search
and seixure during arrests and
investigation of crimes In the
District. The lecture was given
In the United States Court
House.
Mr. Oasch cited a decision
handed down by the United
States Court of Appeals here
last January 30 In which one
of the appellate Judges scolded
police and prooecutors for their
handling of case* involving Il
legal searches and seizures.
This opinion, Mr. Oasch
said, "rang an alarm” that
should serve as a reminder of;
how to handle such cases.
He commented that the
work of District policemen is
outstanding.
Members of Mr. Oasch's
staff pointed out that police
men when applying for a search
warrant should base their re
quest for the warrant on facts,
not conclusions, and on in-
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formation from a reliable!
source.
Police, they said, may wait
as long as 11 days to seek
a search warrant after observ
ing what they believe to be is
I the commission of a crime in
a certain place, and they may
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wait as long as 10 days to
| i execute s search warrant once
illt has been Issued.
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