The Evening Independent from Massillon, Ohio on August 14, 1948 · Page 9
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The Evening Independent from Massillon, Ohio · Page 9

Massillon, Ohio
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Saturday, August 14, 1948
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SATURDAY, AUG. 147"l948 THE EVENING INDEPENDENT, MASSILLON, OHIO N1N? Corporal Has A Knack With Children Of Army's Brass WASHINGTON, (AP)— The young corporal says it's just uncommon good luck, but the big brass papas at the Army War college claim the GI has a knack with their children. Cpl. Charles F. Michaels' iob specification is athletic instructor in special services. This permits him to teach the young fry as well as the enlisted men how to swim, and he has turned out some accomplished water babies. This was apparent at a recent aquacade staged at the Army War college pool when the children, ranging in age from two years to 14. exhibited their prowess in the water. It was the first aquacade to be given at Ft. McNair. However, it wasn't the first ever put on by Cpl, Michaels. During Ihe war, when he was stationed in Alaska, he put on a show with his GI swim students Spenard, at Anchorage. at Lake Judy Garland and Gene Kelly join their singing, dancing and acting falpflfc in tli« f n^hn i r-nlm* mncipnl (lr Plii3 T^irofo" vt tVin \\7nclin Cun. talents in the technicolor musical day, Monday and Tuesday. The Pirate", at the Wcslin Sun- ,—5 Action in "River Lady," a Universal-International picture, co-starring Yvonne De Carlo and Dan Duryca. Color by Technicolor. At the Lincoln Sunday through Tuesday. Transit Company Will Boost Fares VANDALS MUST PAY WARREN — Juvenile Judge Sydney W. Jones Friday ordered YOUNGSTOWN — The Boardman Transit Co., operating a bus!to Warren pay their boys, share all under 16, of §300 dam- line between here and Boardman afie (j one to tne Dickey av school township, will increase fares "about five cents" effective next Thursday, officials of the company announced Friday. The company now has three fare-H>nes, charging 10, 15 and 25 cents'.' There will be four zones in which the charges will be 10, 15, 20 and 25 cents. Increase in materials and labor costs are responsible for the rate hike, the company said. Assault Charges Dismissed Friday Two assault and battery charges on which hearings were to have been held in municipal court Friday were dismissed. The case of Walter Walker, 43, of Forty Corners, RD 3, who was charged with assault and battery in an affidavit signed by George A. Young, was dismissed Friday morning. Early Friday afternoon the case of John 0. Daniels, 60, of Eldon rd NW, charged with assault and battery by Hilda Daniels, was dismissed when the complaining witness failed to appear. AGREE ON CONTRACT AKRON. (AP)—The Ohio Edison Co. has agreed on a contract with its plant at Toronto,- 0., (Jefferson county), government conciliators announced today. Terms were withheld pending a vote by 955 members of the Utilities Workers (CIO) in Akron and Toronto. after they admitted the vandalism. The court was told that most of the damage was caused when the boys emptied fire extinguishers on walls. CPL. MICHAELS is'using his two young daughters as guinea pigs in developing new techniques in leaching youngsters to swim and build strong bodies. Little Mary, three-and-one-half, a sturdy mop pet with blond curls and frank hazel eyes, speaks for herself. "I can swim 30 yards," she told me with lisping pride. "I'm good." Her father says she has been swim ming for seven months, dives neat ly off the board into eight-and one-half feet of water, swims 30 yards on her stomach to one side of the pool and after a short res swims the return distance on he: back. Myra, 20 months, with the aid o a belt, swims two lengths with he tiny arms and legs and keeps he head out of water just fine. Cpl Michaels is also trying out sonv new tricks in infant acrobatics wit his daughters. These consist mos ly of hand-balancing. The young slers won two amateur shows i Baltimore and have had a tele vision audition. Myra, her fathe says, is the best of the two. Sh is slighter. The chesty, five-foot-eight so dier-trainer, holds the children u in the air above his head by th ankles. "They keep their bodies a rigid as bean poles," he says. The he grabs their knees and they pi their little feet on his stomac and stretch ram-rod straight 01 sed in the teaching of oilier peo le's children." About 20 children participate in lie War college show. There was fenny Potter, 7, son of Maj. Keneth Potter, executive officer of 't. McNair, who learned to swim n two weeks. There was blond S'ancy Tate, ?„ daughter of Col 'ate, who could dive perfectly: 'ommy Timberman, 7, son of Brig n. Timberman, and a promis ng mermaid, Mary Weyland laughter of Maj. Gen. OUo'Wcy and. Man Escapes From Guard Donald Barry makes his getaway in this scene from "Slippy McGee." co-starring Dale Evans and Tom Brown, starting at the Grand Sunday. added. When Harris emerged he "leaped and caught hold of an upper berth with both hands," Wright said. "He kicked me in the face and CINCINNATI — Lenjy Harris, <-' iie st and I was hurled into a cor- alias Thomas Rose, 33, being re-j n ' M '' Whcn l tricd to S ct u !> he turned to Georgia as an escaped| ™g t Z?S t$t. "i iSSr'Sil murderer, assaulted his guard injchance to use my gun." the railroad depot here Friday! Wright said he took charge of and escaped. Uhe man in Detroit, where he was Patrolman T. T. Wright of DP-'arrested recently. The guard said kal!> county, Georgia, the guard,'Harris was convicted of a slay- told police he wa.s attacked aftcrlius in Atlanta and escaped from a he unlocked the handcuff on Har-'Dekalb county road gang in Octo- ris' right hand while their train 'w ^45. stood in the station. Harris had asked permission to <<o to the rest. Nomads make up a large share room in .ti\ c 'V lil ,drawmgjgojn,_ he of the population of Afghanistan. Workers At Kent Plant On Strike KENT—Twenty-five members of he United Automobile Workers (C. I. 0.) arc on strike at the Sent Mold & Machine Co. here to enforce their demands for a wage increase. Union spokesmen said Local 118 of the U. A. W. has asked an hourly increase of 13 cents, plus pay for four additional holidays. It was reported that the com pany offered a raise of 10 cents and pay for the holidays in a con tract that, was not acceptable to the union. STATUES DAMAGED MIDDLETOWN. (AP)—Shattcr- •d heads of statues of Abraham .lincoln and George Washington were found in streets and police .oday sought the vandals respons- ble.. Edward Smiley, Middletcwn nigh school employe, reported the neads were taken from plaster statues in the high school lobby. CRASH VICTIM DAYTON. (AP)—Walter H. No; sclhaul, 31. Columbus, was injured fatally yesterday when his truck collided with another truck miles south of Fairfield. He in Miami Valley hospital here. Survivors include his father, B. IVessclluiuf, Sanduskv. — TODAY ONLY — Last Complete Show 9 P. M. "IBBMunmrt DANGER Kiwanis Club Holds Picnic Wednesday A round table meeting at the Y. W. C. A. at noon followed by a picnic at Lake O'Springs for members and their wives is scheduled for the Kiwanis club next Wednesday. The club held its regular luncheon meeting last Wednesday at the Y. W. C. A. with J. Stanley Sanders, a member, telling about his recent big game hunt in the west and Canada. HELD OVER! SECOND TERRIFIC WEEK' BING CROSBY'S MARVELOUS DOUBLE! Cleveland Plain Dealer One of the season's most amazing discoveries is Billy Pave, a young crooner who could double for Bing Crosby on the screen. Payc not only looks exactly like Bnig. but also delivers his crooning so perfectly that you can hardly believe your eyes or ears. GLENN C. PULLEN BILLY PAYE SINGS LIKE CROSBY, TOO! HOLLY SISTERS TOBY ALLEN Beautiful Television Starlets Dynamic Acrobatic Wonder TABBY HAVERFIELD AND HIS ORCHESTRA from there. "I will see what all this has done for them at least by European and Asiatic persons the time they are five. If my long have eaten roasted, broiled, experiments are successful I'll I baked, stewed, fried, or pickled eel write a book on the subject to be'meat. ENDS TODAY — Rod Cameron in "PANHANDLE" and "MY DOG RUSTY" M-G-M's BOISTEROUS, ROLLICKING COLOR IY MUSICAL IN TECHNICOLOR! A Piroft who dathtd ati»r Jov« ... a ttorry senorita who dreamtd of a daihiny AFL FAVORED FREMONT. CAP)— Workers of Fremont Rubber Co. have selected the American Federation of, Labor as their bargaining agent. The vote was as 184 for the AFL and 54 against any union. Shows Every Night Except Monday at 10, 12 and 2. No Admission Charge at Any Time. CLUB CASABLANCA ROUTE 30, BETWEEN CANTON AND MASSILLON SUNDAY, AUG. 15th HIT OF THE AIR WAVES'. ADMISSION ^ JL »Z5 rrrson DANCING INDOORS OR OUTDOOIIS—ACCORDING TO THE WEATHER SUNDAY, MONDAY and TUESDAY! IK 1 Queen of an Empire of Sultry Romaaee Brawling Aiiventur^ f...1000 Lusty - CAMERON GLADYS COOPER-REGINALD OWEN Songs by COLE PORTER Scr»«n FH»y by AltxrtHick«tt in<! Fnncii Goodrich • Bu*J flfl th« Pl«y by 5. N. Ettumin • Dane* Direction by ROIERT ALTON ind GENt KELLY NEW PROSECUTOR WARREN. (AP)— William M. McCiain, assistant Tmmbull county prosecutor since 1937, has been named prosecutor for the remain- tier of 1948. He succeeds Paul J. Reagcn, who died last week. ILLNESS FATAL CINCINNATI. (AP)— J. Eugene Root, 69, former public works director for Cincinnati, died yesterday at Bethesda hospital following a six-week illness. ASK BONUS CINCINNATI. (AP)—The Army and Navy Union of the USA adopted a resolution yesterday asking a federal bonus for World War II veterans. 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