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- - , ; ; .. . tTCXCIL so Car Meets Train, Yews) June 80 age twenty - one. fractured skull are slightly injured, their car being moving freight nere eariy toaay. hours after the Westport. are: nineteen; Creath Harry Thorpe, Goble, age wooas, age Richmond Lineman Killed. (Special to Tbo ImUaoapoHs Kwt RICHMOND. Ind. June 30. Albert Mclntyre. age thirty - five, general repairman repairman of the city - owned electric light plant, was killed here Sunday wnen ne took now of a wire carrying 10.000 volts. lie was painting a sub station near the plant. Russell Hlatt, coroner, oeran an investigation. Me Zntyre is survived by the widow and wree cnuoren. Two Badly Hart at Lafayette. 4 ItsoeUl to Tbo iDdtaaapolls Kovsl LAFAYETTE, Ind, June 30. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kerkhoff, Br, were seriously Injured in an automobile accident here Sunday evening when their ear waa struck by another driven by Frank Elder. Decatur. I1L They were sent to st. EUiiaoeth Hospital. 1 understood to be motoring Indiana after an extended Florida. ' . The body of the young when the student ' pilot at controls nose - dived into a due to arrive In Indianapolis the afternoon, accompanied brother. Tommy Wilson. Los It will be taken first to parlors of Jesse PhUlippi, at U.S. BUREAU CHIEF AT GUARD UNIT Commander of lSlst Regiment Is noot to If Cities at Reunion, f Special to Tbo Indianapolis SHELBYVTLLE, Ind, In Crashea, pollt J'twl June 30. Five in accidents in the week - end. age sixteen, suffered skuU and Edward eighteen, waa driven by Allen was crossing here. Miss for more than slightly, but comatose condition. Police Investigated, arrests. Oeorge forty - nine, chief, age thirty - six. Alexandria fire when an au - Robert Karel, also in collision with State Road 9. were hurled were dated. Their to be aeri - They were thrown through the wind - J Seventy - six officers, snieidL Eight passengers in tho Elder units of the is 1st lniantry. FJ3o4 by Car. . car escaped Injury when it landed on 1U top. ; v. Pint Cfcate Lean Fatal to Pilot, BUFFALO. N. Y, June 30 (AJ.) Landing la a tree In his first para - cnute jump, epencer Brown, age twen ty - seven, a - student pilot, was killed Sunday. His neck was broken by branches. He Jumped at 1.500 feet from a plane piloted by Oeorge Ter - rm, Kenmore, N. Y. noosier Ktfled ta Obiev ' tipoclal to Tbs Indianapolis Vv ' BATES VILLE. Ind - Juno SO Prod R. May. age forty - five. Batesvtne, was killed in an automobile accident near Batavia, o, Sunday, when his ma chine plunged down a thirty - five foot embankment; He was an employe of the Bens Meat Company cf this city. He had lived here only three months. Crash Kills Motorcycle Rider. LIOONECR. Ind. June 30, Charles Mazier, Ligonier, was killed near here when a motorcycle he was riding was wrecked. national guard, commanded u. Wray Depres. here Sunday attending the annual reunion of officers of regiment. The meeting waa BlueRiver Country Club, Shelbyrllle. The officers guests of Colonel DePrex. Major - General William chief of the united States bureau - and former Indiana general. , was honor guest. Evermon flew in an army ShelbyvCle from made a short talk to the guard officers fat which characterised the national guard organization that exists to property and citizenship - Nobody wants a war,'' Everson. - least of all the know the sufferings of 4he We all should be willing to length to establish world - wide peace. Should happen, however, the burden carried by our men. I must have trained leaders, officers and essential enlisted personnel to take care of these

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  1. The Indianapolis News,
  2. 30 Jun 1930, Mon,
  3. Page 11

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