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the opener series there 2. Ranger late tally Harry rest fifth Detroit at in the and turn even the 10 almost Chuck came Wings 12- 12- on the be broke Discovery minor the only It A. Observatory. about like in globe, it. the other been about This about earth's sent asking "conspired on force for and conduct official." pay for his reinstated weeks' ordered Separated 1 ,1 . s , .- .- . f 4 ': jv- jv- 1 t ' , I r -I -I ": 1 f : 1 Free Press Photo JEWEL CARMACK YEARNS FOR ABSENT FIANCE Police hold her sweetheart as parole violator - ! : . -: -: 1 J 'i I " - I i hi y i 'aifntrnn m ' frnYiiifiiiii w-'-'ir w-'-'ir w-'-'ir w-'-'ir w-'-'ir unrirn i i'i -1 -1 ii i v S jMl " I ' 1 . -mil -mil y w ' "-riiimHiri "-riiimHiri "-riiimHiri id Jt JAMES E. DESJARDIN Arrested on wedding eve Record Set by Industry WASHINGTON (JP) America's America's industrial production rolled along at the highest rate in peacetime peacetime history during February despite bad weather, the Federal Reserve Board reported. Output of the nation's factories and mines was 93 per cent above the 1935-39 1935-39 1935-39 average on the Board's seasonally adjusted index of production. production. Fire Destroys U.S. Mail in Reich BERLIN (JP) Fire of undetermined undetermined origin swept a United States railway mail car on the Bremer- Bremer- haven-Berlin haven-Berlin haven-Berlin train as it was cross ing the Russian Occupation Zone Approximately four tons of American mail were destroyed. Treaty of Amity MANILA (JP) A treaty of amity and general relations was signed by Eucador and the Philippines, Philippines, the first the new republic has with a Latin American country. by Jail Bars Fiancee, 17, to Wait for Prisoner Parole Officers Halt Wedding Plans Blond and bobby-soxed bobby-soxed bobby-soxed Jewel Carmack, 17, reaffirmed her intention intention to wed her ex-sailor ex-sailor ex-sailor fiance Wednesday despite the prison bars which frustrated love's young dream. In the living room of her home at 4751 Porter, Miss Carmack sighed for her absent sweetheart, James E. Desjardin, 23. He is held at County Jail for investiga-. investiga-. investiga-. tion of parole violation. m w m "IF THEY decide to send him back to Jackson," said Miss Carmack, Carmack, "I'll have the marriage performed performed in County Jail." The besweatered teen-ager teen-ager teen-ager said she had been refused permission to see Desjardin. He was picked up Friday, one day before they were to have been married. They had been engaged for seven months. Desjardin, meanwhile, voiced bewilderment as to the reason for his detention.' He said he was accused of changing jobs without notifying the parole . office. Police records show that Des jardin, on parole for the last 10 months, was sentenced to three to 20 years by Recorder's Judge John J. Maher on April 10, 1945. He was charged, with three other men, with the machine-gun machine-gun machine-gun holdup of a filling station. m m m AT THE TIME,. Desjardin said he was AWOL for 13 days from his post in the Brooklyn .Navy Yard. Three years in service, he had fought 27 months overseas as a ffunner on an ammunition ship A professional sign painter by trade, he said he has been holding down two jobs to support his mother, Mrs. Mary Daimond, of 4047 Porter, with whom he makes his home. SHEDD'S MAYONNAISE Ri"l. flaror- flaror- ful, ideal saudwicb filling. Ady, -:r"j -:r"j 1 - bill. to too He will 67, 84 Lesin-ski, and and or to payroll until the But bills Is in

Clipped from Detroit Free Press25 Mar 1948, ThuPage 1

Detroit Free Press (Detroit, Michigan)25 Mar 1948, ThuPage 1
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