Test May Show Twin Sisters' Fingerprints are Identical
then the than Twin Sisters May Revolutionize Theory By PATRICK KEITH MINNEAPOLIS, June 7. (U.R-- Identical twin sisters went to police police headquarters today to smudge' their inky fingers on a piece of paper in a test which may disprove disprove crime detection's theory that no two fingerprints are the same. The attractive, green-eyed sisters sisters are Johanna Mary and Julianna Julianna Mary Legierski, 25. Both are veterans of overseas service with the Army Nurse Corps, and it was a mixup in their Army status that led to the belief that they may be identical down to their fingertips. the theory. It was regarded unlikely, unlikely, however, that criminal investigators would throw their fingerprints out the window, if the twins do have identical prints. The twins never suspected the lilUe ridges on the ends of their fingers were the same they joined the Army Nurse The Seventh Service Command Omaha, Neb., looked at the fingerprints and thought there was a mistake. So the command Johanna's enlistment and threw application application papers away.