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and Sun,7 Re- Suni a trans- in in in dis- Pa- Three More Candidates For Miss Sfralo/'af' for if W. Mary Duffenais, 738 Carl Mrs. Emmaline Thomas, Lindsborg Hospital Notes Philo Fahring, 31, 712 Charles cut his right thumb on a piec tin. He was treated at Asbury Donald Yingling, 14, Smolan cut his right hand on a piece glass. Stitches were taken a Asbury. Geraldine Krager, 11, Minnea polis, broke her left arm. X-rays were made at St. John's. Carol Couch, 7, daughter o Mr.-and Mrs. Sam, Couch, 1120 N received a tetanus shot at John's after being bitten, on right index finger by a kitten. Dulles On The Tonight Face Court On Burglary Charges .Bob Glover, 17, Solomon, an Edward Burt, 1001 N. 7th, wer arraigned in city court Monday morning on six counts of bur glary and malicious destruction of property. The youths are charged in con nection with break-ins at the Smo- .an Oil Co., Smolan; Mortimer's Grocery, Brookville; and the Stone School, four miles south east of Salina. Vandalism Charges They are - also -, charged , with hree counts-of malicious destruc- ion of property in connection with 'andalism to farm machines own- Posses His OWTJ Plate At Rally Monday,; July NEW YORK ffl--A former Los Angeles liquor salesman has been charged with passing his own collection plate at - evangelist Billy Graham's rally in Yankee Stadium.- . , Police said Louis Silver, posed as an usher and collected about $500 in the huge throng Sat- ursday night. He was nabbed as he left the stadium and was charged with grand larceny. Silver was held in $1,500 bail for a hearing Thursday. Canopy Falls From Plane Beauty Contest Deadline Near If you'd like to enter the "Miss Stratojet" bathing beauty con test, you'll have to hurry. Deadline for applications Thursday. So far 28 entries have been received, according to Schilling AFB officials. At least 10 more are expected. "Miss Stratojet of 1957" will be selected as one of the highlights of the Salina-Schilling AFB Jubilee at the base Aug. 3. The contest is open to all Kansas girls 18 or over, married or single; Applications may be made by :ajling the base information services office, Extension 473. Janice McCormick, Mfentor Today In Salina - - Hospital Admissions Visiting Boors: 2-4 pm. 7-8:30 pm. Asbnry -- Mrs. Nancy M. Carney, Carlton; Virgil Morris, 428 Montrose; Mrs. Flora' E. Cowman, 123 N. College; Charles A. Heinze, Lucas; Mrs. Millard C. Parker, Salina RFD 1; Mrs. Paul Gassman, 1309 N. 9th; Mrs. Oscar Burkman, Clay Center; Mrs. Oliver Gaines, Wichita; Mrs. Robert Fetterhoof, 801 N. 3rd; Mrs. D. M. Brown, 516 S. 8th; Mrs. Robert Piper, Salina RFD 3; Mrs. Raymond L. Mason, 121 S. Kansas. Forbes jr., 1400 W. Republic, Ibs., 3 oz., July 21, at Birthdays Dennie Bowen, Salina; Nancy Lee Munoz, Ellsworth; Mary Peltier, Concordia. Snorts Police traffic -- Ben Charles McGeary, Lincoln, running stop sign; fined ^$5. Ferral Maurine Browne, 126; S.. ^College, failure-io stop at pedestrian- lane; $10. Laura Beatrice Alkire, 1519 Maple, no driver's license; $2.