Holecny, Ferdinand selective service The Lima Daily News 31Oct1917
Gin BOARD HAS WORK COMPLETE, ANNOUNCE NAMES Final List of Exemptions Given Out Today By City Draft Commission. AHfto the city selective aarrlee board had determined to pass ea BO other exemption claims, after the 206 acted upon a week or 10 day* *go, believing It would, bo unnecessary because they had already a sufficient number of qualified men to fill the next quota, there were so many requests from drafted men. anxious to know the outcome of claims filed, that it was decided to pass upon the remaining ones. With the announcing of the following claims being allowed, the work of the city board as far as the exemption work Is concerned, is concluded: Ray B. Skelley. JH south Pierce street; Thomas Johnston, 621 Ontario street; Bill Kontos, 135 south Main street; Luther James Fultr, 736 St. John's 'avenue; Clarence Johnson, 925 Reese avenue; Elmer Guy Swaney, 614 Prospect avenue; Earl L. McCaslin. 1336 west Market street; Ira Franklin Busick. 1137 west High street; William Klggias, 1142 west North street; Don Frank* lin Shutt. 665 south Union street; Ray Elmer Taylor. 752 west E!m street; Walter Ellis Jones, 734 Fairview avenue; George O. Tbeising. 517 Ottawa street; Otto Van McDonald, 974 west High street; Joseph P. Hazell, S17 east Vine street; George Kereakes, 140 east High street; Edward Schneider, 1121 St. John's avenue; Francis Leatherman. 938 Greenlawn avenue; Charles E. McGuire, 758 south Main Street; Car] Stanley Crane. Pemberton, Ohio; WHliam John Young, 610 Second street; William C. Rummel. 457 Me- pheron avenue; Arthur Lee Orchard. 514 north Franklin street; Harold . McMullen, 1031 Reese avenue; Harry j|. Porter, 733 east Second street; William B. Miller. 417 west Grand avenue; Harry Louis Sher- rlck, 208 1-3 west Market street; Cleatus Orlan Strait, 990 west Market street; Lnm Lee Pang, 216 west High street; Claude Rhinehart, 634 Center street; James P. Carney, 787 south Metcalf street; Francis K Cherry, state hospital; William M. Maley, 810 Oak street; Arthur L. Ridley. Plqua, Ohio; Clifford W. Miller, 1162 Latham avenue; Robert Lee Spurr, 130 1-2 north Elizabeth street; Richard T. Davb, 1012 north West street; Robert Newell, 522 west McKibben street; Coss Elmer Cawley, 222 east Kibby street; Henry Shbrtridge, 120 east First street; George Schgier, 123 1-2 east Spring street; Francis C Charles, 817 west Spring street; Ferdinand Holecny, 928 south Main street; Ora ' Everett Campbell, 403 west : Spring street; Ray Victor Cordell, 211 east Kibby street; Clarence L. Mumaugh, 713 north Charles street; Charles R Hay, 647 1-2 south Main street; Johr Charles Leaker, 621 Faurot avenue, i Virgil Williams, 605 south Central avenue; Eldren Marion Herman, 333 1-2 east Vine street; Joseph Mayolett, 638 north 'Elizabeth street Lawrence Long, 530 Linden street; Joseph C Vogelsang. 720 south Metcalf street; Carl K Rowlands, 848 west North street; Reuben G, .4 claims with the local city were called lato military Â«Â«rrleÂ« today, being neither exempted or discharged John H Pulling. 14S 1-2 sovta Main street; Roy Kranfclin Davis, 737 south Meicalf street, and Wflilam F. shlnaberry. 972 men North street. In the following list is Included those Urns nea who fled claims exemption with the local board, that board acting upon the same today, either exempted or discharged them: Tony Banlren, 1225 south 'Main alreet; Luclan LeRoy Moore, 135 1-2 west Elm itreet; Wilbur Timmerman. 608 Briee avenue; William C. Keysor, ISO north Pine Henry Eksworth Neff. 406 east street; John wertsehko, 731 north Baxter street; John C. Regan, Harrison avenue; Robert R. DeWeese, 228 Haller street; Samuel Shotlno, 961 Greenlawn *vÂ«iuÂ«; John A. Point. 127 south Jackson street. SEEK FOOTBALL GAME AS WAR CHARITY CHICAGO, Oct. SI.--Revival of the western football classic*--Chicago vs. Michigan--4s being sought by the alumni of both universities. as a war charity event. A committee was appointed at informal meeting of Michigan graduates here last njght to work post-season game for Thanksgiving. Its members are William McHarg and A. F. Thumeau. of Chicago, Cart M. Green, of Detroit. Professor A. W. Small. Chicago's faculty ^representative in th ewest- ern conference, declared that Chicago "is in a receptive mood for such a game," Coach Stagg said patriotic aspect appealed to bint. Chicago and Michigan have not met since 1905, when the former won 2 to 0. The receipts for game were nearly $40,000. The following year, Michigan withdrew from the conference because of so-called "reform" rules. The Wolverines returned this year, but late to include any of the conference teams on its schedule, with exception of Northwestern. New ear corn, $1.40 per bushel, Dorsey's. Mam-1491. CORPORAL ENDS LIFE. NEW YORK, Oct. 31.--Corporal Berney B. Loreman. of the 167th infantery, an Alabama regiment, committed suicide today by jumping from the eighth floor of a hotel. was on a fnrlou to get married. wedding rings were found In bis pocket. RuddyCheeks-- Sparkli --Most Women Can Eyes ve Benjamin C. Young, Bucyrus, Ohio, I and William Billings, 409 Harrison i avenae, , The following Lima men, who Rl-l Says Dr. Edwards, a Weil-Known Ohio Physician Dr. F. M. Edwards for ITyesrs Â·cores of women for liver and bowel ailments. During these years he gave his patients a prescription made few well-known vegetable ingredients mixed with olive oil, naming them Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets. Vbu will know them by their olive color. These tablets are wander-workers the liver and bowels, which cause normal action, carrying off the and poisonous matter in one's If you have a pale face, sallow dull eyes, pimplea, coated tongue, headaches, a listless, no-good feeling, ail of sorts, inactive bowels, you take Dr. Edwards' Olhre Tablets nightly a time and note the pleasing Thousands of women as well as take Dr. Edward's Olive Tablets-- successful substitute for calomel-- and then just to keep in thepink condition. 10cand25cperbox. All druggists.