The Indianapolis Star from Indianapolis, Indiana on May 27, 1949 · Page 13
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PAGE 11 THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1949 Yoiltll Hlintcd ' ,hen aUemP,rd ,0 Si'pn(;p her Ploye of the Indiana Bell Tele-1 screamed, he s'ruck her w.th a ! White, opened the door of their screams w ith a homemade Mark- , rhone Company, said the youth j 5t0ckine filled with cement I home. In Girl's Attack Jack uas souht b' fx':ict ; hs spproaehed her as she neared The attacks, described a ! l.Pnllce, fo'jnd ,he homemade "j er home after Jeavine work blackjack at the scene. terdav. t Wednesday night. about 19 years old, with brown : A youth who first attempted Miss Shirley White, 19 years I "Shut i,r " 1 ! hair unc fricrMnr1 ai-av u han R'lidenti of Snuth Sic.t ran pijrt Thur S!ir Want ads at The S'r l Snutn S:ds OSrf. 104 2 Virt:nn A v. to seize a girl on the street and ' old, 2904 Park Avenue, an em- her, she said. When she 1 his victim's sister, Miss Evelyn Open FRIDAY Night Until 9 O'Clock, Open SATURDAY Until 5:30 PX (Closed All Day MONDAY, May 30) Sears puts Old Man Summer on "ice" "V with c-o-o-l tropicals . . . skids prices - STRAIGHT LINE through direct DISTRIBUTION f llr -- H f, ' - "V I;' JWIFC HAW READIES TELEVISION FOR SPEEDWAY RACE WFBM Engineer John Guion makes final adjustments to telephoto apparatus which will open telecasting here with a complete broadcast of the 500-mile race Monday. The expensive equipment which includes three cameras with telephoto lenses, is housed in a bus parked under the Speedway Paddock. On race day the telecast will require II engineers, two sports announcers, two interview and "crowd color" announcers, two spotters who will roam through the crowds and two producers. Ford Officials Draft Strike Peace Proposal Detroit, May 26 I'D The Ford Motor Company put finishing touches today on a new proposal aimed at ending the strike of 62.200 CIO United Auto Workers that has choked off Ford production for three weeks. Top-level Ford officials met in (Advtrtirmfnt) Peace At Last From PERSISTENT ITCH! No wonder thousand! teased by itchy tor. Blent bless the day they changed to Resinol. Here's quick action from first moment blissful aenie ot peace that laiti and lasts, thanks to 8 active soothing airents in a Inno-- lin base that stavs on. Don't be content h totaint! less elective than Resinol OintmeAt. crucial policy sessions to complete drafting the peace plan, which it had promised to present to the UAW in time for a negotiating session this afternoon. F K I) K RAL CONCILIATOR Arthur C. Viatt announced that the conference had been canceled because of Ford's delay in framing the proposal. He said the bid to end the walkout, which has idled 106,000, would be presented in time for the union to study it before another session tomorrow morning. Details of the plan were a fcGl, closely guarded secret, but it presumably centers around arbitration of what both company and management agree is "the nub of the dispute" over speeds of assembly lines at two Ford plants. Industry observers believed a break was imminent in the walkout, which began its fourth week at noon. "THFJ COMPANY NOW has advised us that they will submit their new proposal tonight and have asked that we meet tomorrow at 10 a.m.," UAW President Walter P. Reuther said. "We have agreed." Viat announced after yesterday's session that "definite progress" had been made, despite the company's refusal to arbitrate the vital "allocation of manpower" issue, chief stumbling bio-'- to a settlement, on the union's terms. FASHION TAILORED INDIANA'S LEADING JEWELER Offers Wonderful Values in Silverplate by Wm. 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