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FHTUmPHM DAILY NEWS mil: PEOPLE it. IN THE NEWS THE WILD ONE Giving evidence in a dangerous-driving case in London, motorcyclist Michael McDade was asked by the prosecutor: "What gear were you in?" McDade promptly replied. My leather jacket and boots. HE WAS RIGHT Publishers ef a mathematics textbook in Bransgore, England, sent a letter of thanks to 11-year-old Richard Whitlock. The brainy boy pointed out an error in one of their answers.
LIARS LAW Though a man may be a "pathological liar," he's still entitled to justice, London Judge Edmund Davies ruled, awarding $14,000 damages to an accident victim who persistently lied throughout his testimony. NEW RECRUITS IN WAR ON CRIME Police Commissioner Howard R. Leary (2d from right, foreground) and Police Academy Superintendent James McNamee (right) swear in 150 new men for department, as part of city's current campaign to increase force by 1056 officers. Men will train at academy, State rd. and Ashburner st.
Daily Newt Photo br Lou ZacharU Cops Seize 35 At 'Drag Strip' Mrs. M. Annenberg Dies in N. Y. at Age 86 Mrs.
M. L. Annenberg died Tuesday in her home, 2 East 88th New York City, at the age of 86. following a "it A South Philadelphia street; resembled the Indianapolis Speedway last night until po- Hi Tn lice threw up the red flag and took into custody 35 1 JttS Responding to a complaint 01 drag-racing on Front st. between Pattison and Packer Jlengthy illness.
All her eight children were at her bedside I Funeral services will be pri- ment of the Dr. ifela Schick arrnrrlin? in her son. partment of pediatrics of the Patrolmen Henry Wolfe. and James Hoyle found aboutj Waiter H. Annenberg.
editor and! Albert Eine'n of Medi' cine publisher of The Philadelphia; Inquirer. A PHILANTHROPY cf spe- cial interest to Mrs. Annenberg Mrs. Annenberg, the former wauamsbure Settle-Sadie Cecelia Freedman, was ment New York ller activ. born in New York City on June ities on its behalf were acknowl-3, 1879.
the daughter of a mer edged in March, 1956, when she 1- i 5- -it Ichant who moved to Chicago'35, awarded the wn 500 spectators, two cars "dragging," and about 100 parked cars. ONE DRIVER, Gary West, 18, cf Crcighton st. near 51st and Race was nabbed after a short chase. The second, Jeffrey Rush, 20, of Oregon ave. Bear 6th was pursued to ICth st.
and Oregon ave. Both were charged with illegal drag-racing. When the officers returned to the "strip," some 40 cf the "parked" cars were dragging away from the scene. Police blocked off the street, arrested 21 adults and 12 juveniles who had been sitting in autos appar-j ently ready to rac and charged them with disorderly conduct. All 33 gave up their 1 vjuiu ai cert- when she was a young girl.
monjcg Astoria She and Mr. Annenberg ia ew yort married in Chicago in 1899. RaI then Their first born child, i Secretary of the United died at the age of f.ve. Theirjx and other children ail of whom Lnman- cf New york are waiter u. Annenoerg anH pvpn dauehters.
Mrs Leo Continued on page IS Simon, Mrs. Benjamin Levee Two Help Save Mrs. Joseph Neff, Mrs. Ira Haupt, Mrs. Joseph Hazen, Mrs.
Wiiliam B. Jaffe and Mrs. Paul Ames. Widow in Fire QUINTUPLE TONSILLECTOMY? FAMILY OF FIVE "SAY AHIIIIH-HA" And awaiting their big day with tonsils at the ready are youngsters of the Crooch family of 155 W. Fern Olney.
Youngsters (from left, front) Barbara, Diane, Christofer, Claire (left, rear), 13, and Georgeann, 11, all say as Dr. Melvyn Sherman gives tongue-in-cheek exam at Metropolitan Hospital. Daily Nut, Photo by Jo McGuinn driver's licenses pending A MODEST, RETIRING worn-. I an, Mrs. Annenberg devoted her-, A neighbor coupe neard a self to her family and made few widow screaming from her public appearances in Chicago buming home eary today and Milwaukee, New York and into mofion thp actions that Philadelphia, where the family ietj t0 rescue Hemphill Proposes a $4.5 Million Windfall made its home at various Mrs xTarip Nathan 174 Since the death of her husband -r 1 1 i Bv LOU SCHEINFELD ceive a windfaU of $4.5 million next to the Parkwood on Julv 20.
1942. she had lived tI.T In the past two weeks. Alex JUST saJms: 1 ao- row-home principally New York. eventually was led from her Hemphill has shown citv offi-! AU- THE CI'I'X has to do is It close to the Philadelphia De- Her life was characterized by home by two volunteer firemen Vials hnvr tn save inn nViO nn cut out the Prison farming in tention Center. devotion, love and service for and treated at Haverford Hos- tiais now 10 save on he Northeast and reap a whop-j Hemphill said the city would Sed- blind and lhe un- PtaI for smoke inhalation, port administration and ping profit by agreeing to at up to $12,000 an acre'derPrivileSed in a11 areas of VT in the Treasurers Office its 324 a to eager home SOme $4.5 million plus SL25jorld.
A LAil ouiiaers. million more ner vear in in-l SborUy after her S6th mrth-i But a t's just penny ante compared to what he come up Hemphill ade the recom- creased taxes. He breaks this day, her children announced iXafmmC COon 1 a nn. for help from her second floor with now. mendation 111 4uuvu icucw 3.
iu annual reil hrrvim tt inHnu; TTnr nrtt The City Controller unveiled of the Philade Iphia prisons. estate a to the city andjstruction of the 23-story Mount jwere hpard Kjrch and is east of Roosevelt' cnooi uistrict. pw acuwn i in ihis wife IIannah both 3, in a plan whereby the city can re- The land luift. nunc luaiuic uiaut.i i t.on thclr nearb' home at 205 Glen INT ADDITION, the city would receive $450,000 in transfer taxes (Girard Trustees Huddle on Strife read: "The grant for this build- as purchases of new homes mg, honoring Mrs. Moses L.
made. The trustees of Girard CoIIeee lieve the situation" the daily Annenberg, is given by her eight children in loving appre 'have fulfilled the wishes Gnv picketing by Negroes aimed at! The prison farm just isn't pay- integrating the all-white school. jmg for itself, says Hemphill ciation for her devotion and! i The trustees claim integrationi He says cost of the food pro- guidance." Mrs. Annenberg had also tak hV c.h impossible because of a pro- duced by the prisoners vege- LyjIiL'Kt vision Tix, the will of founder tables and apples-is more than Gary dr. Mrs.
Kirch called firemen and her husband ran to Mrs. Nathan's home. The fire was in the living room. Kirch forced open the front door, but was driven back by flames and smoke. He grabbed a garden hose and fought the blaze.
In a few minutes, the Manoa Volunteer Fire Co. arrived. Two of its members, Richard Regan and Paul Jordnen, ran past the now-slackene4 fir? reached Mrs. Nathan 'and) i led i her to safety. The fire was confined to the living room.
liicu uiiaru i-uauiug. th'it it a st. near Market, and apparently -CVv 'white en a deep personal interest in the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, of which she was a founder and a volunteer work- market. WEALTHY former model Nina Dyer. 35.
died of an cver-dose of drugs Saturday in her suburban Paris home, police disclosed today. The British beauty had been married to German industrialist Fritz von Thyssen and Prince Sad-ruddin Khan, brother cf Aly Khan. discussed the racial strife which; i male orphans." Welfare Commissioner Ran- hit the srhnnl mnr than tan; months ago. A spokesman saia resuns oi aoipn wise, wno runs tne.er lu ule tcuuuiiiit ucv- jthe meeting will not bedisclosed4 city's a i he'i for' thejopment ol Israel. n' LAST 'Scranton re-juntil trustee president1 John A.jidea, it's in the interest' of In Febrtiary, 1956; she requested-the trustees to hold a Diemand, talks with Scrantonfthe city to dispose of the land ceived a citation for "helping meeting in an attempt to "re-jtoday.
jfor other purposes." to make possible," the establish-.
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