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 - WEDNESDAY. .TTTT.V ! 1fWft a w j WILL HEAR...
WEDNESDAY. .TTTT.V ! 1fWft a w j WILL HEAR WHITING i - BaDding Congress to be Addressed by Chicageaa. iAwrence H. Whiting. Chicago, chairman of the board of directors of the Indiana Limestone Company and financier, will speak at the weekly luncheon meeting of the Indianapolis Building Congress Friday at the Hotel Lincoln. He will discuss modern architecture from the standpoint of financing construction projects, pointing out how the architect of today has to give consideration to financing and business problems in connection with his profession. Robert Frost Daggett, president of the congress, will preside at the meeting. I rriii Hevser, War Veteran, Dies. Inrin E. Heuser, age thirty - four, 409 Madison avenue, a lifelong resident of Indianapolis, died Tuesday in the National Military Hospital In Dayton, O. Mr. Heuser had gone to the hospital for treatment six weeks ago. He had been 111 for several years. Mr. Heuser was the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Heuser. He saw active serv ice during the world war, spending fifteen months overseas. Surviving are three sisters, Mrs. Paul Barmann, Mrs. Ernest Bucrgelin and Mrs. Carl Em - erich, all of Indianapolis, and two brothers. Elmer Heuser. Indianapolis, and Allen Heuser, Fairfield, O. Funeral services have not yet been arranged. . - Children Bora te Death In Heme, CALGARY. Alberta, July 9 (A.P.) Three children, left alone while their mother went to a neighbor's home for milk, were burned to death last night by a fire which destroyed the family's home. The dead are Birdie Gillard, age four; Eileen, age two, and Allan, age one. , raoToriAT. rHOTOPLA VS. Keassetb afcKraaa Frank Albertae

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  1. The Indianapolis News,
  2. 09 Jul 1930, Wed,
  3. Page 3

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