Pittsburgh Post-Gazette from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on April 21, 1953 · Page 13
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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania · Page 13

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, April 21, 1953
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-PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE : TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 1953 Seminar Speaker Joanne Allison Kurtz, of Cress Lane, Carnegie, will speak at a career seminar Thursday at Bethany College, Bethany, W. Va., Miss Kurtz, a graduate of Bethany and South Hills High School, is a librarian in the Brooklyn Public Libraries. ft A TDCCK C3I7EQ MM mnim .1.11 Wl S3 TQCCK C2IVEM LIKi DI53 inca CITY DEED (kvM if't mm llrain MAN CITY mCWKRV. PtTTSaUKSH. PA. Sorg Left Bulk Of Ruud Estate Mrs. Minna Kaufmann Ruud, widow of Edwin Ruud, Pittsburgh industrialist, left the bulk of her estate to her stepson, Pittsburgh Attorney John H. Sorg. The value of the estate was not estimated when the will was filed for probate here yesterday. Mr. Sorg was named executor. The largest of several be quests to friends and relatives were $10,000 to Mrs. Ruud's brother, Julius G. Kaufmann, of Pittsburgh, and $5,000 to Jac- quette Cartall. Mrs. Ruud died April 6 while she was in Oslo, "Norway to hear one of her opera proteges. Heigl Takes Job With Ohio Twp. Richard J. Heigl, road maintenance man in Sewickley Heights Borough for three years, resigned last night to become the first manager of Ohio Township. Heigl assumes his new post May 1. Township commissioners Coming Events CLASS PLAY The junior class of Robinson Township High School will present the comedy, "A Case of Springtime," on Friday at 8 p. m. in the high school auditorium. Horace A. Hildreth, president of Bucknell University, will speak at a. dinner-dance of the Bucknell Alumni Association of Western Pennsylvania Saturday in the Schenley Hotel. A $300 SPECULATION for DIG STAKES! OIL LEASE issued for 10 years by State of New Mexico on State-owned, geologized lands. 40-acre units recorded by State in YOUR NAME. In the State there are 7502 wells which produced $144,600,000 lat year. New producing wells drilled in 1952850! We offer Jeases in areas where new wells are now drilling Practically every major oil company has operations in the State. 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Fagan. .The bill would make a misdemeanor the sale or possession of such knives with an over-all length, when closed, of more than three and one-half inches. frt M- f "J Mr. Krueger World Tension Forum Topic The stategy of business, government and organized public opinion in breaking world ten sions will be the theme of the 12th annual Institute of International Relations in First Baptist Church, Belle-field Avenue and Bayard Street, Friday and Saturday. The Institute is sponsored by the American Friends Service Committee and the Pittsburgh Society of Friends. ' Speakers will be Clarence E. Pickett, honorary secretary of the American Friends Service Committee; William J. Butter- bach, assistant manager of Trans World Air Lines at Pitts- iburgh: Maynard Krueger, of the University of Chicago fac ulty, and Ashley Montagu, an thropologist and author. 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