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Ten Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Eight Resign Teachers Jobs At Delphi Schools Superintendent Ross Tipton Announces Names of Those Returning Next Year DELPHI, Ind. — Ross Tipton, superintendent of schools, has announced that the following teachers will not return to teach in Delphi for the 1957-58 school year: Mrs. Mary Jane Carnes of the Home Economics department will live in Crawfordsville next year where her husband has accepted .a position with the Equitable Life Insurance Company. Robert Gordon, basketball coach, history and Driver Training teacher, has accepted a position as principal of the Owasco Elementary School. Miss Bernice Gembala, English and Spanish teacher, plans to teach in Alaska next year. Mrs. Carolyn Lal'ever, elementary music teacher, plans to accompany her husband who has accepted a position with the Goodyear Aircraft Company at Akron, Ohio. Mrs. Mildred Margowski, second grade teacher, plans to retire and remain at home with her fam- _ said Harrell told them the boat hit Veterans Hear Kokomo Man The importance of a service officer in the county was discussed by Philip Demond, .Howard county service officer, at a dinner meeting of the Cass county Veterans council Thursday night at the DAV home. County councilmen and county commissioners were guests. Claude Noel,' president, was in charge. Dean Winn, council chaplain, gave the invocation. A special meeting of the council. will be held June 6 at Memorial' home. Noel said it is important; that representatives of all veterans organizations attend. Jack Baumann announced that the final meeting of the Memorial day committee will be held at 7 p.m. on May 23 at the city building. HONOR MEMORIAL HOSPITAL EMPLOYES Body of Drowned Hoosier Recovered LOUISVILLE (UP)—The body of Richard Jessup, 20, Clarksville, v, p ho drowned May 11 in the Ohio Eiver about five miles east of Jefferson, has been recovered by two employes of the Kentucky Dredge Co. of Louisville, Jefferson County, Ky., authorities said Thursday. Jessup drowned while he and a friend, Morris Harrell, 35, New Albany, were boating. Authorities jly. This position will not be filled due to a change in enrollment necessitating the use of a combination class set-up next year. Dan McMillen, Guidance anei Math teacher, has enrolled at Purdue University to complete his snag and overturned. Donald Tirriberlake, Corydon, and Paul Merrifield, Louisville, found the body while dredging. Ruth Carney, Mrs. Pearl Korb, J. ate. Doctor's degree in Education. He'C. Cornell, Mrs. Kathleen Baum, will also spend some time teach- jMrs. Florence I. Doty, Mrs. Lois ing while working on his doctor- JT. Beesley, Mrs. Gwnn Mangus, I Mrs. Mayme Cowdin, Mrs. Elizabeth McCormick, Miss Georgia Carrigan, Clarence Weick, Kenneth L. Bell. Grades 7 through 12: Royce B. Mrs. Mary Newman of the home economics department will accompany her husband to his new position in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Richard Trent, English and So- Adams, John Beach, Anthony G. cial Studies teacher, plans to work I Berto, Miss Mary Anna Bieber, toward an advanced degree at:Robert G. Bradshaw, Norman L. Purdue University while doing part;Ebrite, Richard Lee Fox, Mrs. time teaching. jNorma Fulton, Charles Geheb, Teachers returning to the Del-. Miss Joyce Ghere, Wesley L. Humph; Schools are: jphrey, Robert H. Jerry, Louis Grades 1 through 6: Mrs. Irene'Kent, Thomas McCormick, Homer S. Mason; Miss Virginia Shindler,;Myers, Jack Sanders, William Miss Catherine Shoemaker, Miss Schooler, W. S. Weaver. Macmillan Defeats Vote of Censure LONDON (UP)—Prime Minister Nine Memorial hospital employes who were honored for 10, 15 or 20 years service arc shown above after receiving their pins from Miss Alma Lcliraann, director ot nurses al the hospital. The employes and the length of their service are, left to right, Miss Fay Fry, 15 years; Mia. Emma Smith, 15 years; Miss Hazel Fry. 15; Miss Gertrude Phillips, 15; Mrs. Josephine Thompson, 1C; Mrs. Nellie Cooke, 20; Fred Easterday, 10; Mrs. Hcssic Wolf, 20; and Miss Patricia Mercer, 20. (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) Hoosier Cleaning Well Asphyxiated MT. VERNON, Ind. (UP)— Eugene McCandrew, 31, Poseyville, Ind., in Posey County, was killed Thursday when he apparently was overcome by carbon monoxide fumes from a gas pump exhaust while descending into a well to clean it out. McCandrew, who operated a plumbing shop in Pos-eyville, had gone to the home of W.P.'Moutray in nearby Stewartsville to clean out a 36-foot well. 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This was a margin of 49, well under the Conservatives paper majority of 65. the nuclear blast on Aug. 9, 1945. He was Masaji Hamazato, 64, a village master, who died Thursday morning in the Nagasaki University Hospital. Hamazato was an instructor in the Mitsubishi Trade School at Nagasaki, 2'/z miles from the site of the A-bomb blast. He suffered cuts from broken glass. After complaining of stomach trouble and falling hair Cor two months, he apparently recovered. He served two terms as village master and appeared in the best of health. But rashes broke out on his body this year and he entered the hospital last month when it was found he was suffering from an excessive count of white corpuscles in his blood. Hitchhiker Killed When Driver Dozes SOUTH BEND (US)—A Negra hitchhiker tentatively identified SJ Eugene Richardson, about 43, address unknown, was killed Thursday in an automobile acddcnl on the Indiana Toll Road. 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