The Indianapolis Star from Indianapolis, Indiana on November 10, 1954 · Page 39
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The Indianapolis Star from Indianapolis, Indiana · Page 39

Indianapolis, Indiana
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Wednesday, November 10, 1954
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1054- THK INDIAN AIOLIS SI Mi PAGE S3 Ama jtWiVi iiiiA.il1 y "Nexf fime you fiave a headache, a pain or a coW, co wfiaf I co. Talce fwo Bufferin tablets and get relief fasf and I mean twice as fast lira rv (SIS li O O n O I tVd Mirage - . t R- I M & v X' jr l DOESN'T UPSET YOUR STOMACHI Medical science knows that a pain reliever must go through the stomach and into the blood stream 2wnn m opens t the paii Senator Urges Mayor Act To End Bus Strike DAILY CROSSWORD I ,1 XVl,'n ' -iVS S( ? as aspirin i l-- ays .j lv 1 Arthur Godfrey VJ : v v ? ' t N III jr -" v. ' , y "'""'"'irl 10 c 1 I Himm-nd. Tnd ( ? pV l - State Senator Eu.qcne M. Bainbriilce of Munsfpr yesterd.Hy urgrrt Mayor Vernon C. Anderson of Hammond to press the Shore Line bus firm for settlement of an eight-day driver strike, under penalty of franchise revocation. Bainbridge, Democrat, wired Republican Mayor Anderson that "unless Shore Line takes steps to render service tn the area, it would be desired that you notify company officials that their contract aanctioned by the city of Hammond be terminated." He urged that in such a case "negotiations commence immediately for a new carrier to begin operations under an agreement for the area." Bainbridge said that the city of Hammond should "take immediate drastic steps to end the emergency at once." Since Nov. 1, 263 drivers and mechanics, members of Division 517 of the AFL Motor Coach Employes' Union, have been on strike against the bus firm, known as the Chicago and Calumet District Transit Company. Some 35,000 riders on t h e firm's busses normally serving Hammond, East Chicago, Whiting, Highland and Griffith, Ind., and Calumet City and Lansing, 111., have been using other False Alarm Brings Lodging Until Spring Milwaukee (UP) John F. Konkel, 32 years old, told Judge Robert W. Hansen that he turned in a false fire alarm "because I wanted to be locked up until spring arrives." Hansen said "I could probably punish you most by dismissing the case and letting you go. I'll give you another chance. I'll give you six months in the house of correction." transportation or staying home since then. Bainbridse said he will confer tod.ty in Indianapolis with Governor George N, Cra g and members of the Public Service Commission on whether the PSC or the City of Hammond has ultimate jurisdiction to force service. Rainbridge was joined by Mavor Andrew S. Kovacik of Whiting in a demand for action to restore service. The Shore Line operates in Whiting and Calumet region communities outside Hammond under a Ham mond franchise issued under the Morehead Transit Act. Fori School Ground To Be Broken Friday An open invitation for the public to attend ground-breaking ceremonies for the new $3,000,000 Adjutant General-Finance School building at Fort Benjamin Harrison at It a.m. Friday was extended yesterday by the officials of both schools. Gen. John E. Pahlquist. chief of Army Field Forces, will be principal speaker and will be assisted by 11th District Congressman Charles B. Brownson in digging the first shovel of dirt. OTHER SPECIAL guests will include Maj. Gen. John A. Klein, adjutant general of the Army; Maj, den. Bickford E. Sawyer, chief of finance; Rrig. Gen. Harry W, Crandall, assistant chief of finance; Mayor Alex M. Clark, and George M. Davidson, civilian assistant to the secretary of the Army, A luncheon for special guests and other dignitaries will be held in the Army Finance Center building immediately after the public program. ACROSS 1 A shsdrdi w!k S Harmed 9 Craze 10 Fastened with cloth binding , 12. Together 13. Variety of willow 14. 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A size of coal IF r m " r i m i-t mm, mm MsaasH Man- pd-jLi mw m hm mm MflMfcai I r I yl iiimiiiiz 11 Z jo ii W Ji H J4 m w i Ml 41 li -1 1 1 VM Ti ll-IO Red China Claims 6WavcsOfU.S. Planes Spoiled London (AP) Red China charged yesterday that six waves of United States Air Force planes flew over her south coast on Sunday and Monday. The radio said this represented "new encroachments on China's territorial air." Peiping Radio claimed the United States planes flew 50 sorties over the coastal areas of Chekiang Province, about 400 miles north of Formosa, The broadcast claimed the "Intruders" fled towards the sea after they were Intercepted by Red China fighters and came under anti-aircraft fire. "These serious encroachments on Chinese territorial air," the radio said, "greatly incensed the officers and men of the armed forces guarding the Chekiang front. They are watching closely the development of the situ ation and are ready to deal heavy blows at the American air intruders." The broadcast said most of 2 Sabre Jets Crash. So 200 Are Grounded Nellis Air Force Rase, Nev. i CP i All F-S6 Sabre jet : fighter planes at Nellis Air Force Rase were ordered grounded last night after the Clash of two of the speedy jets, killing one student pilot. The Flying Safety Depart ment here issued the order grounding the planes indefi nitely "as a precautionary move to inspect for technical order compliance." SECOND I.T. Richard A. , Nein, 23 years old. son of Robert L. Nein, of Sinking Spring, Pa , was killed when his plane crashed on the Indian Springs gunnery range 40 miles northwest of Las Vegas, near the hase. Nein, a student pilot with the 351)91 h Combat Crew Training Squadron, lived with his wife, Phyllis, at Las Vegas. In the second crash, First Lt. Robert E. Thompson, 25, of Ft, Worth, Tex., parachuted to safety near Hoover Dam, Ariz., when a new F-86H he was flying from North American Avia- Vons Columbus (O.) plant crashed. The plane flown by Thompson, a squadron instructor, was destroyed. Brig. Cen. James E. Roberts, base) commander, said four F-88 rraidica In six months have been "so similar we feel the grounding Is justified. We are curious about structural failures." Roberts Indicated that he was particularly Interested In one specific fitting. Roberts said there were more than 200 Sabre jets on the base, which claims it is the world's busiest airfield with 1,000 de-pnrtures and arrivals daily. the sorties were carried out over coastal islands east of Ninghslen (Ningpo) in Chekiang. Bufferin combines aspiri with two antacid ingred the stomach 'take, gets in ients, I stream twice ss fast is aspirin. So Bufferin sets twice as fast as aspirin to reliefs pain. Tali tun RnflWin lahlptt the iwT time naln itrikM M nu yvi ibm rcuci i s?r : 38" ' Where Grandma and Grandpa Bought Their Furniture . Now Serving the Fourth Generation 4HH 335 W. 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