The Terre Haute Tribune Terre Haute, IN 19 May 1950 Page 14 Barbara Jane Cassiday

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The Terre Haute Tribune
Terre Haute, IN
19 May 1950
Page 14
Barbara Jane Cassiday - j i BRAZIL GIRL WINS FELLOWSHIP FOR ECONOMICS...
j i BRAZIL GIRL WINS FELLOWSHIP FOR ECONOMICS STUDY those of outstanding scholastic and personal attainments. She also has been active in the Purdue Play- shop, especially .in the costume department, department, and is on the senior class activities committee. She has been on Purdue's distinguished student list for three semesters The yearly competition for fellowships fellowships is conducted with the cooperation cooperation of social science faculties faculties and placement directors of the nation's leading universities. The training program at BARBARA J. CASSIDAY LAFAYETTE, May 18. — (Special.)—Barbara (Special.)—Barbara J. Cassiday, a Purdue Purdue University senior from Brazil, is the first woman to be awarded a fellowship for advanced study in economics by the American Institute Institute for Economic Research. She will be graduated here June 18 and plans to leave for Great Harrington, Mass., the first of September September for two ytfars of research and study, especially in statistical ana'ysis, at the Berkshire Institution. Institution. At Purdue, where she « the School of Science, Miss Cassiday is majoring in mathematics. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Marion L. Cassiday of Brazil. Although the fellowships are awarded without discrimination as to race* religion, or sex. Miss Cassiday Cassiday is the first woman to meet the requirements for the award and compete successfully with many well-qualified men Applicants Applicants . This award is the second scholarship scholarship earned by Miss Cassidiy After After graduation at the head nf her high school class, she held i state scholarship .for each pf her four college years. At Purdue she has been a member of the student staff in the women's residence halls, a position awarded only to the the Berkshire Institution combines study courses and work on assigned assigned research projects under the direction of institute staff members members at Great Barrington. Grand Jury Called In Slaying Cases Calling of the Vigo County grand jury for Tuesday was announced announced yesterday by Prosecutor John R. Jett It will be asked to consider two alleged slayings, he stated Evidence in the March 13 slaying slaying of George Willis Baldwin, 54- year-old window cleaner, will be reconsidered. Clarence Taylor, 56, barber, allegedly the confessed slayer, was indicted by the previous previous grand jury. 7 Indictment of Mrs. Goldie Juanita Juanita Wilson, 19, who it is claimed witnessed the slaying, is sought The previous grand jury returned an ignoramus for her when it indicted indicted Taylor. Fatal shooting of Earl Williams, colored, 53, on Aug. 7, 1949, also will be referred to the jury. Richard Richard Martin, Jr., colored, 31, alleged alleged to have fired the fatal shot, recently was taken into custody in Cleveland. Hearings against Martin are scheduled for June 1 in Cleveland. Cleveland. At that time, Detectives Clint Seward and James Porter will be in Cleveland with extradition extradition papers from Indiana. It is expected they .will bring Martin back here for trial. Carl E. Bauermeister, Jr., of R R. 1, West Terre-Haute, is fore- roan of the grand jury. Other members are Fred Goedecke, 2840 Wallace Avenue^ Herschel Barnes 2408 North Twenty-seventh Street, Elmer St. John, 2316 Fifth Ave- iRosenak's, 515 Wabash-

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