The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on August 27, 1952 · Page 2
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Two THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 27,1952. Enrollment at St. Mary College Mrs. Mooney Expected!'oHit300 This Year jDied Tuesday Enrollment of lay students at Saint Mary College this year is expected to reach 300, and will include girls from Hawaii, Cuba China, Japan, Mexico and Puerto Rico as well as two states never represented before at the school About 15 girls from Leavenworth will enroll as freshmen, and eight new instructors have joined the faculty. Other plans for the school year include a lecture and music series Airmen Sleep As Inquiry Is Conducted EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. (Si — Two exhausted airmen slept late Wednesday as the air force conducted an inquiry into the accident that sent them and six other B-17 crew mempers plunging into the Gulf of Mexico, the target of a new-type jet fighter. S-Sgt. Charles D. Jones, 31, oi Meridian, Miss., and Airman 2-C Peter R. Rosing, 22, of Ingleside, 111., the only known survivors of the crash and a 24-hour battle with stormy Gulf waters, were treated in the base hospital for exhaustion and exposure. An intensive air force, navy, and coast guard search continued for the other six crew members of the B-17 bomber shot down by accident by an automatically controlled F86D jet fighter. Col. Arthur R. Debolt, 29, of Columbus, O., pilot of the jet, was being questioned by an air force board of inquiry making "an intensive investigation" into the accident. Col. Debolt was project officer for the F86D test project It was his job to determine if the F86D was suitable for combat. A veteran flyer, Debolt was described by the air force as "an exceptional officer." Jones told newsmen "We never had any doubts that we would be picked up." He told of accidentally bumping into Hosing while being tossed about on a life raft He said he helped Rosing aboard the raft, which had been dropped by a search plane. "We knew It was just a question ot time. Our only real concern was whether we'd be able to last until we got some good drinking water." "When daylight came, it wasn't long before we saw a plane spotting us, and then we were picked up." Some Paint Won't Come Off If Used on Faces CINCINNATI UP) — Joe Lagory, 7, and brother Clyde, 3, decided to paint Clyde's most treasured toy— a wooden truck—with some of their dad's black enamel paint. Clyde wiped his hands across the sticky truck and in three quick strokes, daubed the pain* over his face. Joe was delighted. "Boy do you look funny. I wanna do it too." He did. Now, the stuff won't come off. Said Dr. Carl A. Wilzbach, city Mrs. Mary M. Mooney. 84, a resident of Leavenworth for the past 38 years, died Tuesday afternoon at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Earl Slothower, 210 Sherman for the general public in addition to the Great Books group. Several night courses in graduate work have been added to the schedule. Leavenworth girls who have en- idled at Saint Mary are: Jacque-p^' M suffer ed-a broken line Garner, Naomi Sterett, RR 2; ]ast Feb and has been in 1952 graduates of Leavenworth; faiu hfialth since High School; Rita Crancer, Pat Santa, Marlene Baker, Retha Chmidling, Mary Ann Donovan, i a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Loretta Miller, Rose Marie Spin- McCarty. She was a member of Born in 1868 in Ireland she was ner, Darlene Schmidling, Joan Ozarkiewitz, Joan Klansinski, Rosella Rogers, Lorraine Medill, Connie Doebele and Katherine Rector, graduates of Immaculata. Three of the five girls from free China are having difficulty with visa and passports and are still on Formosa, said the Dean. They may not get here until the second semester. The dean reported the group from Montana is the largest from that state in years, and students have enrolled from Florida and Pennsylvania, two states never represented on the campus before. Chicago sent five girls this year. the Old Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Ear] Slothower of the home and Miss Marie Mooney of Arlington, Va. . Funeral service will be Friday morning at 8:30 o'clock at the Old Cathedral with the Rev. William T. J. Boland officiating. Burial will be in Mount Calvary Cemetery. Friends will assemble at 7:30 o'clock Thursday evening at the Sumpter Funeral Chapel for the recitation of the rosary. The body will remain at the Sumpter Chapel until time of serv- The vice-president announces thej lce appointment of several new in-' structors today. Sister Marie Therese will return to the college faculty as director of personnel, replacing Sister Mary Nathaniel who has been transferred to Hogan High, Kansas City, Kas. Sister Marie Ther- UTS T Guards Meet Force With Force SEOUL, Korea UP) — Defiant Red war prisoners tested the nerves of ance at the University of Saint, °-e four and Louis and Notre Dame. the U. S. Eighth Army said Wed- An alumna of Saint Mary, Sis- nesda - v ter Mary Edwina has returned from Oklahoma City where she completed her dietetic internship. to teach in the dietetics department. Catherine Jarrott. of Los Ange- Most of the casualties occurred at the main U. N. war prisoner camp on Koje Island off South Korea. It was on Koje last June 10 that American paratroopers broke Red rule over prison pens in a To The Times: CAPPlXa — D w i g h t D. Eisenhower, Republican _presidential candidate, adjusts his American Legion cap, labeled "Abilene, Kansas," at his temporary campaign headquarters in New York prior to joining in American Legion convention activities.—(Telephoto) the protection of their family as well as others. Mrs. Katherine Stroble, August 27, 1952. S Rose Street, Leavenworth, Kansas. Forgiving Husband Says Wife Didn't Mean It OKLAHOMA CITY U) — A 49- year-old husband told police from his hospital bed Tuesday his wife j Barbs l oea ruesaay nis wire m g ^ ey was angry with him after a family ^ 0 ^[ nes argument. So, he said, she backed the fam- By HAL COCHKAN We're for the horn of plenty but strictly against the one that is leaned on by the fellow >vho calls for the gal next dopr. Every time a G I. returns home some girl answers the call to arms. ' i Keep young folks busy, advises a police judge. When there's noth-! Until the end of the last century] Spitsbergen is bleak, mountain- little but the whim of the victor ous and more than half covered governed the fate of the captured 1 with perpetual ice, says the Na- enemy in wartime. 'tional Geographic Society. AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS ily car out of the driveway, ran over him as he stood in the street, and then 'left him lying on the sidewalk and drove off. "I don't think she meant to hurt me," he said, adding he would not prosecute. should do is when do things they shouldn't. The sun's age is put at about 5,000,000 years. Maybe we should try going to bed early every night. The best place to cash a lot of personal satisfaction is at the blood bank. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE TIMES the readers RABIES SHOTS bloody battle in which one Ameri- les. Calif., has a Ph. D. in Eng-j can and 40 prisoners were killed lish from Stanford University and has been a member of the Stanford faculty. Miss Jarrott, a member of Phi Beta Kappa, will teach English at Saint Mary. Rose Cblibraro, a native of Casper, Wyo., a new Instructor i n [he business department, received her Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Denver, and was formerly assistant to the associate dean of the graduate college at Denver! University. She is a member of Phi Gamma Nu, Phi Kappa Phi and Kappa Delta Pi. Miss Margaret Dowling Wehle, new voice and choral conductor received her training at Saint and 140 prisoners wounded. What are rabies shots for? I for one think the law is not enforced enough. My dog has had rabies shots for the protection of; An Eighth Army spokesman cllildl . en and because the Iaw savs : summed up disturbances in July^ must My child has been bitt j n ! and August this way: , b d that never "In the last few weeks, prison- ra ijies shot did have a ers of war and civilian internees in their new 500 men compounds have tried out the nerves of United Nations personnel, making trouble to see what force would be used again'st them. On every occasion we have used maximum force. We have met every challenge." Gen. Nam II, senior Communist negotiator at the Panmunjom truce talks, made propaganda capital of the POW troubles at Wednesday's truce session. He accused the U. N. of "shameless and cowardly Mary of the Springs College, Col-j slaughter" of captured Reds, umbus, Ohio, and has studied at the Juillard School of Music New York City. She has also studied under Joseph Kelsall of Princeton, Dona Vitry, and Estelle Leibling and was soloist for the Adiron-' dacks Symphony Orchestra. | Physical education will be: taught by Miss Mary E. Brady,,' who received her B.S. degree in! Education from Northern Illinois i Teachers College and has since taught at Laona, Wis. The new head of the business; department will be Sister M a r y Florentia, who received her Master's degree in Business Administration from Denver University j and has taught business in the; community's schools in Kansas] and Montana for many years. j Sister Madaleva will succeed; Sister Dorothy in the Music depart, ... . . , ., 'ImenL The Sister received her health commissioner to whom Mr. j Bache]or Q£ Musjc d f rom | and Mrs. Charles Lagory appeal- Sajnt Mary sister ^^ h as ed: "It'll just have to wear off." Texan Named Director Of Rent Stabilization WASHINGTON Bl — James McInnes Henderson, a native of Daingerfield, Tex., Wednesday was named the new director of rent stabilization. Henderson, now general counsel of the Economic Stabilization Agency, succeeds Tighe E. Woods. Woods was moved up from the rent post to head of the Office ofi Price Stabilization. j transferred to Helena, Mont. 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