Walter C Galbraith appointed executor of the estate of his uncle Bartram Galbraith

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Walter C Galbraith appointed executor of the estate of his uncle Bartram Galbraith - , iMay 28, 195li' GREENSBURG, (IND.) DAILY NEWS...
, iMay 28, 195li' GREENSBURG, (IND.) DAILY NEWS SOUTHEASTERN INDIANATS LARGEST STOCK OF Frigidaire Appliances AND Floor Coverings TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS East of City Limits. Dial 2-4041 South Side Square. Dial 3-4411 Men's and Ladies' BULOVA WATCHES $9"750 TO / I $150 James Jewelry Store North Side Square Phone 3-5952 Can't Whip Nats When Ike Watches By Tony Galli (INS Sports Writer) New York, May 28—Yankee field general Casey Stengel would like to know more about the presidential directive which states that the world champions cannot beat the Senators while Ike is in town. Stengel was not even mildly suspicious on opening day April 13, when President Eisenhower threw out the first ball at Griffith stadium and hung around to shake hands with Mickey Vernon Vernon for providing Washington with the winning run. Not did he suspect anything amiss when the chief executive came back yesterday to present Vernon the silver bat emblematic emblematic of the American League batting championship and to cheer vigorously for the Nats. But following New York's second Fifty Years Ago -;Week of May 6 Louis' Friedersdorf, a former Westport resident, died at Grammer. Grammer. Walter-C. Galbraith, editor of the Columbus Democrat, was appointed executor of the estate of his uncle, Bartram Galbraith, whose 850,000 holdings were left to his brothers, sisters and other relatives. S. M. (Seb) Bowen, of Kingston, Kingston, was called to Ilion, New York for the ball season. He had previously played with a New Orleans 'team. Mrs.T-'TEate Call Hyland, of Westport, was awarded a Carnegie Carnegie medal for heroism. She had arisen in the night to care for her baby and saw a railroad bridge afire. Without taking time to awaken others in the family, she seized her husband's railroad lantern and rushed to the bridge in time to stop an approaching approaching train. The story was told in metropolitan papers all

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  1. Greensburg Daily News,
  2. 28 May 1954, Fri,
  3. Page 2

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