Clipped From The Salt Lake Tribune
of unofficially or of the but opposing universal military training for American youth. Navy to Graduate 494 ANNAPOLIS, Md., June 0 (W1) —The U. S, naval academy will graduate Friday 404 midshipmen with the bachelor of science degree, degree, 40 of them with distinction, nnd oil but 23 will receive commissions commissions along with their diplomas. Rest in Murder Trial ST. JOSEPH, Mo., June 0 (CTPS)—The prosecution Thursday Thursday rested Its case against Stuart B. Allen. 18, an Episcopal minis- tor's adopted son accused of alay- Inc John A. Frank. 38, sexton of his father's church, after two wit- ne*se* had Identified ft fmgerprlnt found on an electric drill a* Uiat of tho defendant. Fiud Body of Coed, 22 LAFAYKTTK, Ind., June 8 (UP) —The bod" of Anna Catherine Fox. 22-yera-old Purdue university •Indent who disappeared Tuesday, was found late Thursday by a railroad railroad right of way near an abandoned abandoned gravel pit about a mile from the campus. Slate police said there "were no signs of violence and there was nothing to Indicate how sho died. Kindnent to Pay $15,000 CHICAGO. June B (CTP8)— Salt £akr grfbtnu Friday, June fi, 1047 5 Kindness to a blind man for th« last five years Thursday paid dividends dividends U> Miss Marie Crilley. 43, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Crilley of South Chicago. 8h« WM named one of five beneficiaries tn the e*tate of Loren A. Carter. Cleveland. O.. a friend of Ule blind man xhn befriended. Mis* Crilley had never seen Carter, who died May 13, "t the age of «5, Ally. Stephen Young of Cleveland In. formed Miss Crilley that, although the estate has not been clo*ed, her r,hare \t presently estimated at 413,000.