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On Page 2, Column 2 On Page 2, Column 4 Two More Committees Announced For Red Cross Fund Campaign With Red Cross Day, the opening opening of the 1950 Red Cross fund campaign, scheduled for next Wednesday, organization of two more committees to work in the campaign was announced yesterday yesterday by O. Keith Owen, Jr., cochairman. cochairman. They are the industrial solitication and publicity committees. committees. Thomas B. Potter of Commercial Commercial Solvents Corporation and Marshall Hubbard of the Wabash THE WEATHER Jim Crow says: The University Chicago of .- is *oinf to temch how to live happily happily 100 years. I.eav- ins only the problem of how to live those 100 years. Forecast by the United States Weather Bureau for Friday and Saturday: Terre Haute and vi- dnity — Partly cloudy and colder Friday. Fair and continued cold Sa ina?ana—Partly cloudy and colder Friday, snow ending east porbon m morning. Saturday generally lair and continued cold. . _,. Illinois—Clearing and colder Friday. Saturday Increasing cloudiness and somewhat warmer. Light snow beginning beginning west portion. Wabash Biver stage: 1B.2 ft. falling. WEATHER CONDITIONS AT TEBBE HAUTE YESTERDAY From Airport Weather Bureau Temperature Becord for Feh. SS, 13JO 6:30 A. M.. 9:30 A. M.. 12:30 P. M.. 330 P. M.. 430 P. M.. 25 33 37 ....42 41 3:30 P. M. 3 630 P. M... 730 P- M... 830 P. M... 930 P. M... 1030 P. M... 'sghesTtonperatoe tor 24 hours, 43; lowest temperature for 24 hours, 21. Sun rises. 630: sun sets, 537: precipitation precipitation In 24 hours ending 630 F. M. Ssterday. trace: total amount since Jan. 1 1458 Inches: accumulated departure from normal (excess). 10.10 inchea. ?ibre Box Company are serving as co-chairman of the industrial solicitation group. Richard C. Tut- Je of Terre Haute Ice, Fuel and Cold Storage Corporation heads the publicity group. Assisting in the industrial solicitation solicitation are Ralph Elrod of the Merchants Distilling Corporation; Don Vines of Charles Pfizer Com- jany; Warren Rockwood of Home Packing Company; Ray Fischer of Smith-Alsop Paint and Varnish Company; Dillon Cagle of Quaker Maid Company; Darrel I. Davy of the Indiana Gas and Chemical Corporation; Frank Donges of th. Terre Haute Paper Company; Robert Robert Baur of the Terre Haute Brewing Company; Richard C. Tuttle Tuttle of the Terre Haute Ice, Fuel and Cold Storage Corporation; James S. Royse of Thomson Symon Company, who with Mr. Owen is co-chairman of the campaign, and Mr. Owen of the J. W. Davis Com- panv. + + + THE PUBLICITY committee has been divided into several sub-committees. sub-committees. The press subcommittee includes Miss Sarah Bence of The Terre Haute Star, Miss Lenora Williamson of The Terre Haute Tribune, J. B. Harned of The Saturday Saturday Spectator, and Walter Jenkins Jenkins of The Terre Haute Advocate Joseph Higgins of WTHI and Ferrall Rippetoe of WBOW form the radio subcommittee. Shannon Katzenbach of the Wabash Wabash Theater is serving to place publicitv in the theaters and William William Smith of the Three. B Agency is in charge, of billboard publicity The .display subcommittee in eludes Howard Haig of Haig Display; Display; Jimmie Trimble of Trimble See RED CROSS On Page 2, Column 7 tfurse iut "I ;oing struck polite. would him safe 'I See On To Worley, was last Camp 26, a Ky ; 30 since are of ley of of Rosa Miss Frist

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  1. The Terre Haute Star,
  2. 24 Feb 1950, Fri,
  3. Page 1

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