The Indianapolis Star from Indianapolis, Indiana on November 23, 1936 · Page 15
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SECOND SECTION THE INDIANAPOLIS Star Sports, Financial, Classified MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 23, 1936. Woman Dies in Crash W STRIKES STALLEDTRUCK Husband of Victim, 2 Other Local Persons Injured Near Franklin. ROUNDUP SOLOIST TOMORROW NIGHT HATS IN NEW, ROUGH, SOFT. BLENDS 10 Rugged to look at soft and supple to feel that's the nature of these new Borsalinos. And the continental styling and superb Borsalino craftsmanship have made them the aristocrats of all fine hats. Exclusivi in Indianapolis With Hen's Hats, Third Floor PJOROTHY DIX has many imitators but no equals. Her daily columns on the problems of love, marriage and the home are read by millions of men and women. She is sympathetic, intensely human and always helpful in her comments. Read the daily Dorothy Dix column in The Indianapolis Star. of Mrs. Lola Breedlove, 32 years old, 2320 West Morris street, was killed and three, other persons were injured when an automobile in which they were riding crashed into a stalled truck on a road two miles west of Franklin early yesterday. Her husband, Herbert Breedlove, driver of the car, suffered a bruised chest and face lacerations, and two companions, Lawrence H. Riche of 1602 East Iowa street, Indianapolis, suffered a broken nose, and his wife, leg lacerations. The injured were taken to a hospital at Franklin and released after treatment. Truckman Not Held. Lawrence McClannahan of 1716 Broadway, Indianapolis, driver the truck, told investigators that h was forced to park on the roadside because of motor trouble and that he had placed warning flares on the road before the crash occurred. He a' am nnt hfM Rnrvivnr hpniripn Mm. Rreedlove's husband are two sisters, Mrs. Emma Dougherty of Indianapolis and Mrs. Nellie Eiier of New Albany, and a brother, James uenDo. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the Ray Street Church of the Nazarene, 1242 West Rav street. Burial will be in Plainfleld cemetery. SUFFERS BROKEN LEG WHEN STRUCK BY CAR. Edgar Foster, 60 years old, 430 North Meridian street, was struck by an automobile at North and Illinois tia.i. onH tntilrpri pfirlv 1 ARt nfeht. H suffered a fractured left leg and cuts in the nose and was sent to the City Hospital. The car was driven by Oda Fear, 47 years oia, &x ivortn East street. State C. of C. to Hear Townsend Wednesday M. Clifford Townsend, Governor- elect, will be guest speaker at the annual meeting of the Indiana State Chamber of Commerce Wednesday noon in the library of the Indian apolis Board of Trade. Election of twelve directors of the chamber who in turn will elect of- cers for the vear. will be held st a business meeting following a lunch eon. Amendments to the state gross Income tax law, distribution of auto mobile license and gasoline funds and the county tax adjustment boards act will be discussed. ! J i BENEFIT FORMS TO BE MA LED 1,000,000 in State WHI Get Security Enrollment Cards This Week. JENNIE PARK SHEFFER. Miss Jennie Park Sheffer will be one of the soloists in "The Harvest Moon," a musical roundup to be pre sented by the Ariannas, a group of young singers under direction of Miss Edith Jane Fish of the Bur roughs School of Music. The performance will be given to-mprrow night In the Methodist Hos pital nurses' auditorium. The pro ceeds will go toward purchasing a bed for the hospital. INDIANAPOLIS TODAY INDIANA UNIVERSITY CLUB, luncneon, Columbia Club. noon. AMERICAN LEGION NATIONAL AUXILIARY, conference, 777 North Meridian street, all dav. INDIANAPOLIS OIL CLUB, lunch eon, Hotel Sevenn, noon. BUILDING OWNERS AND MAN. AGERS, luncheon, Columbia Club, noon. SALESMEN'S CLUB, luncheon, Hotel Washington, noon. STATE FARM MUTUAL INSURANCE GROUP, meetings, Hotel Lincoln, all day. MARION COUNTY COUNCIL OF PARENTS AND TEACHERS, meetings, Hotel Severin. all dav. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF STEEL TREATERS, dinner, Hotel Severin, 6:30 p. m. RILEY MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION, luncneon, Columbia Club, noon. IRVINGTON REPUBLICAN CLUB, meeting, B4461 East Washington street. 8 p. m. SC1ENTECH CLUB, luncheon. Arch itects and Builders building, noon. SERVICE CLUB, luncheon, Colum bia Club, noon. PELT A UPSILON, luncheon, Bosrd of Trade, noon. MONDAY CLUB, luncheon, Columbia jiuo. noon. NORTH SIDE REALTORS, lunch eon, Town Tavern, noon. CENTRAL LABOR UNION, meeting, Plumbers hall, 8 p. m. NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF Approximately one million forms will be delivered to employes In Indiana by letter carriers this week as the second step Is taken in ob taining data for old age benefit ac counts of the Federal Social Secur Ity Board at Baltimore. The bulk of the forms will be de livered today to employers who will distribute them to their employes Each question on the form must be answered, otherwise the form will be returned to the employe to be completed, according to Adolph Seld- ensticker, postmaster, who Is direc tor of compilation for Indiana with the exception of localities in which first-class post offices are located out side of Indianapolis. S "Hard" Questions. Two questions which employes are apt to leave blank are as follows: "No. 13. If registered with the United States Employment Service give number of registration card." If not registered state, "Not regis tered." . "No. 14. If you have previously filled out a card like this state place, date." It you have not filled out a form previously state "No." The employe forms are to be filled out completely and returned to the local post office not later than Dec. 5. The post office then will assign each employe a social security ac count number. For Age Beneflts. Forms for employers to fill out were delivered by letter carriers last week. The section of the social security law pertaining to old age benefits applies to all employers having one or more employes. The forms delivered Inst week and those to be delivered this week are to obtain data for administration of the old age benefit section of the act. The section of the act on employ. ment compensation applies to employers of eight or more employes. FOB COWIUOISSEUBS WOMEN, meeting. Hotel Washington, 7:30 p. m. JUNTO CLUB, luncheon. Columbia Club, noon. HUB CLUB, luncheon, Columbia Club, noon. THE NEWS Oxford Clo th.es jftnett (utom Quality Unquestionably "TThe FHRJESST Men's Attire in the ttfoirld" If you knew wHat we know aHout "Oxford" clothes . . if it were only possible for us to express.' ,m',' words how really excellent we know these clothes to be . , your next. garment would be. tailored by "Oxford" . at any cost. Oxford Suits and Outers-coats ready for wearing. $65 to $125 EXCLUSIVE IN INDIANAPOLIS WITH fMfU(l See the impressive showing in our window. J0t Labor Delegates Hear Cabinet Member Dog Mothers Tigers. Denhardt Placed Behind Bars Centenarian Wedded 15 Times. OF THE DAY mi ,"... ' " Minium .niiii 'W " """"lif'W"WW!),m ." mm HBHosnaMMnMHBHMnM rrrmr.r .y, vw , v , -rvrt -rsw v , v !";---'- Uitk ;H:t J (" - : v J v Wtr .AfK Mm h I t if N ( vJ s lr 1 .XM fA J x "J A ,ilWfte t :rvivvsa V ft -, MwH"'"i I A. F. OP L. HEAD AXD LABOR SECRETARY Delegates to the annual convention of the American Federation of Labor, being held at Tampa, Fla., were addressed by Miss Frances Perkins, Secretary of Labor, who Is pictured above with William Green, president of the Federation. (Associated Press.) T or "'3 . A:.,J- - I - --' - . i KENT UCK I A CHARGED WITH MURDER AND DENIED HAIL Brig. Gen. Henry H. Denhardt, former lieutenant kov-ernor and adjutant general of Kentucky, being booked lormally In the Jefferson county jail at Louisville upon Ms arrival from New Castle. Judge A. S. Morgan, presiding at New Castle, held Gen. Denhardt to the grand jury on a charge of murdering his sweetheart and refused to allow bond. (Associated Tress.) GERMAN HIIKI'HERI) DOG GUARDS OVKIt TIGER CUBS Rajah, 4-year-old tigress, destroyed four cubs born to her at Chicago, so when another of the aoo'B tigresses, Dolly, gave birth to the same number of cubs, officials took no chances. They obtained the 2-year-old dog which eagerly accepted the cubs to replace puppies of her own that had died. Queenle's concern was so great that officials were forced to muzzle the dog so they could attend to the tiger litter. (Associated Press.) FAMILY VISITS ."SHCT-IX" Shirley Harvath and her mother visiting John Harvath at the Bendix Products Corporation plant at South Bend. The father and hundreds of other workers ha?e exiled themselves In the factory despite shut-down orders from plant officials. The plant was closed down after a "folded arms" strike was Instituted by union workers' seeking 100 per cent organization. (Associated Press.) ' BOOSTS KING James Max-ton, leader of the extreme Socialist labor group In the House of Commons, who declares that King Edward VIII Is seeking support of the common people for his friendship with Mrs. Wallis Warfield Simpson snd even marriage If desired. (Associated Frees.), l T'' rvFT&t aw i'lpi r - - i .r O SnJ v 7J 1 OUTLIVES FIFTEEN WIVES Robert Ferdinand Thieme of Ios Angeles, Cal., Is probably the most married man In the United States. He has been married to fifteen wives, all of whom have died. His fifteenth wife, whom he married in 1D11 and who died In 1913, was Emma Ferguson, niece of J. Ramsay MacDonald, England's former prime minister. Thieme is 104 years old, the fatrer of fourteen children. He ras born in Savannah, Ga., In 1832 and is a Confederate veteran. (Kobel.) FANTASTIC COSTUME Edna Brokaw has chosen this fantastic harlequin costume for the beaux arts ball which is to be held In New York Dec. 4. (Associated Press.) PHOTO-GUN Franz Albert Messany of Vienna, demonstrating his latest invention, the photo-gun. Herr Messany, known as a successful hunter in Africa, says the advantage of the gunK is to show the "hunter" whether he aimed right or would hav missed his mark bad the gun been a real one. (Associated Press.) , s .

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