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- J J J 10 THE COURIER-JOURNAL, LOUISVILLE, KY SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 23, 1949. SECTION 1 - V Hoosier Family Missing Since Jan. 7 Is Sought English, Ind., Jan. 22 (AP) There was considerable speculation in this Southern Indiana community today over what has happened to the Vandiver family of three. Marcus O. Lane, Crawford County sheriff, said he has been unable to find out what had become of the family, last seen by a neighbor January 7. The missing family consists of Thomas Vandiver, 30-year-old World War II veteran; his wife, Beatrice, 44, and the wife's daughter by a previous marriage, 17-year-old Wanda Johnson. The Vandivers, both previously divorced, were wed last August, the sheriff said. He added he had obtained this information about them also: After their marriage they bought a 40-acre farm near Mifflin, a town eight miles southwest of here. The property was purchased at a delinquent-tax sale. Lived With Neighbor. In December the small home on the farm burned and the Van-divers went to occupy a room in the home of a neighbor, William D. Messamore. Messamore told him, the sheriff said, that he returned January 8 from a trip to Louisville and found the Vandivers had gone but had left most of their clothing behind. While looking about the Messamore home the sheriff said he found in a shallow grave the body of a dog which neighbors said had .belonged to the Vandivers. The sheriff quoted Messamore as saying he shot the dog "because it howled." 2 Checks Unclaimed. Adding to the mysterious disappearance, the sheriff said, are two other unexplained circumstances. One is the failure of Vandiver to claim two $20 unemployment-compensation checks. Notice that one of the checks was ready for him was found in his rural mail box with some other mail. The other was his failure to pick up at the Courthouse a duplicate deed to his farm property which he had requested when the original deed was lost in the fire. Notice that the duplicate was ready had been given Vandiver, officials at the Courthouse said. Sheriff Lane said he had been informed the Johnson girl might be located at New Albany but so far he had found no trace of her there. Pennsylvania Woman, 111, Predicts Truman to Make Good Hazleton, Pa., Jan. 22 (JP) Mrs. Mary O'Neill prepared to celebrate her 111th birthday anniversary by making a prediction about President Truman today: "I think he's going to make good," said Mrs. O'Neill, who lives on a mountain called Stone Crusher Hill. Since her last birthday January 26, 1948, the spry little old lady made her first trip down Stone Crusher Hill in two years. Little Rock Fire Guts Downtown Building Little Rock, Ark., Jan. 22 (JP) A spectacular fire tonight gutted a three-story building on Main Street and for a time threatened a major block in the downtown business section. Fire Chief Gann Nalley estimated the damage at $300,000. She went down the mountain to see a new baby at the Ralph Cragle home. About the President, Mrs. O'Neill also observed: "There's a man that fooled 'em. He's a fine man and capable of leading us to peace." Mrs. O'Neill's eyesight isn't quite as good " as it was a year ago she can't thread a needle any more. But she doesn't wear glasses never has. Though she lives with her granddaughter, Nancy O'Neill, Mrs. O'Neill still bakes bread and does other household duties. 3 Face Gambling: Charges. Three men were arrested on charges of running poker games last night. Police identified them Portland; Clarence Heavrin, 26, at 3105 Taylor Boulevard, and Robert Keene, 21, at 1220 Long-field. Wise Parents Provide a Piano Education for their Children v .-.-.. y.v.-. 5- A piano education teaches concentration i. J and mental and physical co-ordination . . . provides y. a fundamental knowledge of music that will broaden their philosophy of life ... will help to i bring more happiness into their lives. 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