The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 28, 1963 · Page 12
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*'tt*y •« Wl TK*,, ' I? This Old Soldier Dies Of Old Age SALT LAKE CITY (AP) Charles Sweeny, a millionaire's son who turned soldier of fortune to fight in seven wars under five flags, died Wednesday—in a hospital bed—of infirmities of age. He was 81. A native of San Francisco, the tall, erect, ruddy-faced adventurer was one of the organizers of the Lafayette Escadrille in which Americans flew for JVance during World War I. Before America entered World War H, he organized the Royal Air 1 Force's American "Eagle Squadron." Sweeney's yen for adventure became apparent at the age of 16, when he enlisted in the U.S. Army and fought in the Spanish-American War. He returned to graduate from the University of Notre Dame and Wellsville News 4-H'ers Awarded Globe For Attendance Record By BERNICE HOLDEN A gift of a plastic world globe, won by the Happy-Go-Getters 4- H Club Council members having 100 per cent attendance at council meetings during the past year, was made to the West Windy School by the Happy-Go- Getters. The SHAFF 4-H Club was on the program of the Happy-Go- Getters in an exchange meeting Karyl Higbie was in charge of the program. Diana Haney led group singing. "Antiques for Teen-Agers" was a project talk given by Jo Ellen Coughenour. Jo Ellen had given the talk at Franklin County 4-H Club Day, winning top blue. Idonna Haney gave a demonstration on flower arrangement. Objects of interest shown at "Curiosity Day" by Wellsville seventh graders included a model of an outrigger canoe and two textbooks more than 100 years old, Kenny Hull; earrings made of gold from Molly Bee Gold Mine, Cripple Creek, Colo., Connie. Warren; arrowheads found by his great granfather, Mike Holtwick; a braille book showing the letters and how to use it, Bruce Breithaupt; some piano sheet music that was popular in World War I, Jo Ellen Coughenour; tin pictures and an old Bible, Beverly Moss. Roy Chambers, social studies teacher, brought a fan from Japan and a purse that his grandmother had received from her grandmother. Larry Chanay, Emporia, has been released from St. Mary's Hospital at Emporia. He had been hospitalized due to a sudden illness. He is improved, and planned to return Monday to Emporia State Teachers College where he is a junior. Mr. and Mrs. Artie Chanay called on Allen. DeGanno, Olathe, who is confined to his home while recuperating from recent surgery. February birthdays of Alvin Breithaupt, Wellsville, and his daughter, Mrs. Jay Ellis, Ottawa, were celebrated by Mr. and Mrs. Breithaupt and Mr. and Mrs. Ellis. . Mr. and Mrs. Ellis accompanied her parents who drove to Flordia on a 4,000 trip. Points of interest visited were the Gulf of Mexico, orange groves at Dade City; the seven wonders of the world at Wield Wachee; Cyprus gardens at Tampa; citrus groves at Indian Village, Fort Pierce, and Tommy Bartlett's Silver Springs deer farm at Orlando. At Silver Springs were rattlesnakes in captivity which sell at $5 each. Watching fishing boats come in from the Atlantic and riding in a glass-bottom boat in the Everglades were other highlights. They visited friends, Mr. and Mrs. Millard Hill, at Fort Lauderdale. Meeting with Mrs. Robert Stauffer was the WSCS Evening Circle of the Wellsville Methodist Church. Mrs. Bob Hepner was co-hostess. Mrs. Bill Warnock presided at a short business meeting. Mrs. Keith Adriance had as the program topic. "What Shall We Tell Our Children About Race." Devotions were given by Mrs. Evan Phillips. Nineteen were present. Rev. Homer Ganong, pastor of the Wellsville Baptist Church, spoke to 45 junior and senior high school students and their sponsors at the regular monthly youth breakfast. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Clark were her sisters, Mrs. Frank Acuff, DeSoto; Mrs. Pearl Widow Gets $130,000 ORLANDO, Fla. (AP)-A federal court jury has awarded a woman $130,000 damages for her husband's death at Cape Canaveral more than four years ago. After a five-day trial, the jury returned Wednesday night a finding of negligence against General Dynamics Corp. in the death of Frederick Adams, who fell from a rocket-servicing tower at the Missile test center in 1KB. Mohler, Eudora; Mrs. Byrtha Adkins, Topeka, and Mrs. Stanley King, Rangely, Colo. the US Military Academy at West al in 1939 after the outbreak of Point. He rounded out his military education at France's Ecole Militaire. Sweeny enlisted as a private in the French Foreign Legion in 1914 and rose to the rank of lieutenant colonel within three years. He was transferred to the U.S. Army in 1917 when America entered the war. Wounded three times, he retired at the end of the war as a colonel. Pursuing adventure, Sweeny fought as a general in the Polish army against the Bolsheviks, then joined the revolutionary army of Kemal Ataturk of Turkey. In 1925, he was captain of an American squadron which fought for France in Morocco. He served as a military adviser to the Spanish loyalists in Spain's civil war. The French Foreign Legion commissioned him a major gener- WorM Warll. During his career, Sweeny also served as a corespondent for American publications. He returned to the United States in 1942, and in 1944 made his home in Salt Lake City. Survivors .include his widow, Eva, who lives in France; and a son, Charles Jr., of Salt Lake City. 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