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nig Looms. to In Pusan Army Sgt. Norman K. Wiltrout, 27, whose wife, Blanche, Ind and parents. Mr.

and Mrs. William R. Wiltrout, live at Staples, Set Minn., recently arrived in Pu- S san, Korea, for duty with the ser 765th Transportation Railway con Shop Battalion. He is a car re- mu pairman in Company C of the nou battalion, which repairs and son maintains rolling stock of the N military railroad on the penin- in sula. Sergeant Wiltrout was a Jun carman for the Northern Pacific wit Eailroad Co. in Staples before Fer entering the Army in February Jun 1953. In Exercise Army Pvt. James Wgeishofski, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C Wgeishofski, Route 5, Brainerd, Me

Brainerd Daily Dispatch (Minn.), Thursday, May 13, 1954

LOCALS and PERSONALS


Visit Here Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gedosch

visited for a few days with Mr. Gedosch's mother, Mrs. F. W. Gedosch, and his sister, Mrs. H. D. Hoffman, 607 Third avenue, Northeast. Thev came from Pembiria. N. D. and left yesterday for Grand Marais, where they spend the summer at Gun Flint lodge. From Duluih Mr. and Mrs. E. C. DeLaittre arrived Monday evening to spend a few days at the home of Mrs. DeLaittre's brother-inlaw and sister. Mr. and Mrs. A. ! J. Loom, and to visit with Frank Evergreen cemetery Sears, father of the two women, Friends may call at the Hoe-;| SttttC tO EXPCIld who makes his home with the nig funeral home from 8 a. m . i p ^ - L ^ f I *!% A Looms. to 9:30 a. m. Friday morning. l O B C OT kUDOF In Pusan Army Sgt. Norman K. Wiltrout, 27, whose wife, Blanche, Industrial Confabs and parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wil! ST. PAUL (/P)Cyril C. Shee-1 liam R. Wiltrout, live at Staples, Set By Governor J han, state commissioner of inMinn., recently arrived in Pu- ST. PAUL (JP) Dates for a'surance, today broadened his in-j san, Korea, for duty with the series of six regional industrial I vestigation into allegations ofi 765th Transportation Railway conferences in Minnesota com-! wrong-doing in the handling of, Shop Battalion. He is a car re- munities during June were an-i group life, accident and health pairman in Company C of the nounced today by Gov. Ander-'j insurance policies for Minnesota battalion, which repairs and son. " ! labor unions to include all group maintains rolling stock of the Noon meetings will be held j contracts issued in the state durmilitary railroad on the penin- in Duluth June 4, in Crookston; ing the past five years. sula. Sergeant Wiltrout was a June 7 and in Faribault June 9,1 The commissioner said he wid-l carman for the Northern Pacific with meetings ened Eailroad Co. in Staples before FerguseveningJune 7, St. set for! startedhis investigation, which] Falls James; with three companies, to entering the Army in February June 9 and St. Cloud June 22. "track down rumors and allega1953. tions that one or two insurance In Exercise FRANK MENKE DIES agents are controlling policies Army Pvt. James WgeishofCINCINNATI, (/P)Frank G. written for unions in the state." ski, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wgeishofski, Route 5, Brainerd, Menke, 68, internationally knowj ALLEGATIONS have been Minn., will participate in the sports writer and authority, died j made that excessive service fees Pacific Northwest's largest com- today of a heart attack in his have been paid to certain persons. The probe by Sheehan rebined air-ground training ma- hotel room. neuver, Exercise Hill Top, to be Mrs. Menke, who was with sulted from congressional hearheld this month at Yakima him when he died said they ar- ings in Minneapolis and Detroit, Firing Center in south-central rived here by train last Satur- held, in part, to determine Washington. Private Wgeishof- day from Los Angeles, where whether rebates, which are proski, whose wife, Margaret, lives they had spent the winter. They hibited by law, were being conin Snohomish, Wash., is a scout were en route to New York, but cealed as "administrative exin Headquarters Company of the stopped because the veteran pense" by some companies writdivision's 130th Regiment. He writer was not feeling well. ing policies for labor unions. entered the Army last October. Sheehan announced his study Visiting Parents will involve approximately 50 Births Mrs. Frank D. Jensen of Manj companies and it is estimated kato is spending the week at that more than 1,500 individual the home of her parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Monson, plans insuring Minnesota resiroute 2, Brainerd, a daughter, 8 dents will be inspected in the and Mrs. Charles Halsted. Home from Hospital Ibs. 6 oz., May 11, at Miners' insurance department's study. Leo Rifenrath. who has been hospital, Crosby. seriously ill and who recently Mr. and Mrs. Donald McCo- "THIS STUDY will include underwent s u r g e r y at St. mas (Regina Mae Gadient), 1417 all details of the individual plans, Joseph's hospital, has been re- South Seventh street Brainerd missi'o including premiums, cornbenefit payments, fees leased and is now at his home a son Steven Robert, 8 Ibs. 7 d dividends paid poiicy holdto convalesce. oz., May 12, at St. Joseph's hos- ers," Sheehan said. Return from Funeral pital. Mr_ and Mrs. Russell Cervine Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hills (Har- The commissioner added all phases of each plan's operation and sons returned to Brainerd, riet Burkholder), V ia, Wednesday evening, from Mon- Minn., a son, May 11, i r g i nVir- vill be examined on a "cash" at ticello. where they had been ginia hospital. The Hills the for- basis with special attention beare called by the death of Mrs. Cer- mer Brainerd residents. Mr. ing given to fees and other alvine's uncle. Funeral services Hills was Boy Scout executive, lowances paid to administrators. Sheehan disclosed that the exwere held yesterday. here. amination will be made "across Admitted to Societies the board" and that all comLane Doerring, Pequot Lakes, panies licensed to transact the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Doerbusiness of group life and group ring, was recently admitted as a BRAINERD MARKETS accident and health buisness will new member into the Athenian Eggs be included in the department's literary society on the Concordia 28c investigation, to be completed College campus. Gene Nygaard, Eggs, Grade A 24c about Aug. 15. Brainerd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eggs, Grade A Medium 22c Leif Nygaard, is a new member Eggs, Grade C 22 c Senator Hoey Dies of the Delta Rho society. Both Pullet, Grade A Small are freshmen at Concordia. Butter Promoted Butterfat, Sweet 63c Wednesday of Stroke Richard L. Sears, 21, son of Butterfat, No. 1 60c WASHINGTON (/P) S e n . Mr. and Mrs. Edv/ard Sears, 702 Butterfat, No. 2 57c R. Hoey of North CaroFifth avenue, Brainerd, Minn., Butter, Sweet 61c Clyde an "old school" Southern lina, was recently promoted to cor- Butter, Sour 58c gentleman who spent a lifetime poral while serving with the No. 1 Skimmed Milk 100 Ibs. 70c in newspapering, law and poliFirst Cavalry division in Japan. Cpl. Sears, a supply clerk in the SOUTH ST. PAUL LIVESTOCK tics, died Wednesday. He was 76. Distinguished by a courtly 13th Signal company, entered SOUTH ST. PAUL (ff) the Army in February, 1953, (USDA) Cattle 5,000; calves manner, flowing white hair and and a r r i v e d overseas last 1,800; prices about steady on frock coat, he had served in the Senate since 1945 after a term August. early rounds; heifers steady; as governor of his state. He was In Texas cows unchanged; bulls Cpl. James L. Pickar, son of good and choice slaughter steady: probably best known for his steers Mr. and Mrs. Leo M. Pickar, and yearlings $20 to $24; choice chairmanship of the subcommittee which investigated the 5 per1509% Norwood street South820 east, Brainerd. is taking part in to prmie choice Ib. heifers $24; center scandals in the Truman and S19.50 to Exercise Spearnead, large-scale good commercialheifers and heif- a dm in istration. steers Dr. George W. Calver, physiArmy training maneuver being $23; to $19; high commerheld this month at Fort Hood, ers $16.50 SI6: bulk utility and cian to Congress, said Hoey apparently suffered a stroke and Tex. Cpl. Pickar, who entered cial cows the Army during January, 1952, commercial $13.50 to $15.50; died in his sleep Wednesday aftis a rifleman in Company B of canners and cutters $10 to ernoon. He was found seated at the division's 701st Infantry bat- $12.50; srtongweight cutters and his office desk, not long after he utility cows mixed $13; cutter had attended a lengthy committalion. and utility bulls $13.50 to $-16; tee session. Receives Promotion David L. Houle. son of Mr. commercial and good $12.50 to and Mrs. Lloyd I. Houle, 1206 N. $14; canner bulls $11 to $13; street, Northeast, Brainerd, re- vealers steady; good and choice cently was promoted to corporal S20 to $24; prime $25; utility \ while serving with the 44th En- and commercial $13 to $19; feeder classes nomigineer Construction Group in stocker nally steady. Korea. Cpl. Houle is troop information and education special- Hogs 8,500; moderately active ist with Headquarters and Serv- and uneven; barrows and gilts of ice company of the 434th En- light weight steady to 25 cents gineer -company. He entered the higher: choice 180-250 Ib. barArmy in November, 1952, and rows and gilts $26.50 to $27.75; arrived overseas last June from choice 250-300 Ib. butchers $25 to $27; choice 160-180 Ibs. $27.25 Fort Campbell, Ky. to $27.75; choice sows $20 to GIVE A EARTHQUAKE AT ATHENS S24.50: good and choice feeder

Funeral services will be held ADAMS had testified Wednesat 10 a. m. Friday morning at day that Ryan called him on St. Francis Catholic church for|No"v. 18 and* reported the agreeMary Cosgrove Naedler, 70,|ment to make Schine available who died May 12 in St. Paul. j for M c C a r t h y subcommittee Mrs. Naedler had been a resi-iwork was getting "out of hand." dent of Brainerd during h e r | R y a n was quoted as saying he school years. She had been a,feared Schine would be seen off teacher in the St. Paul school'the post not on subcommittee system for 33 years. I business. Surviving are two brothers, Adams objected to the word E. A. Cosgrove, Brainerd: Thom- "appeasement" and insisted he as Duluth; one sister, Mrs. Rob-land Stevens were anxious to ert McCullough, Hobson, Mont.;'keep rela lions with the McCarthree nieces and one nephew, jthy subcommittee as pleasant as The Rev. Father Scott, will of- possible. ficiate and interment will be in'

tion program should there be a board, high school and junior Suchla Pleads sufficient demand for such a procollege administrators and re- Hire Supervisor Future Business MCCARTHY 1 ject. Al Schwartz would superlated training instructors. Continued from Page vise the program. Guilty to Lead For Featured speaker of the eveMary C. Naedler J Leaders Entertain ning was A. Donald Beattie, state ... A board committee also N. J., and ordered Ryan to give supervisor of Business and Dis- BUIIGinCI studied plans for presenting a Funeral Rites a weekend pass to Schine, for- Pipe Slaying * school mer McCarthy aide and son of Bosses at School tributive Education, who was in- John Cunningham was em- brochure on the coming ask the troduced by Dariyne Marquardt. bond sale and decided to MINNEAPOLIS Set Here Friday a wealthy New York family who Suchla, 25, pleaded (&)Darrell First student-employer ban-j The program started with in- ployed by the Brainerd school school board at a meeting set for guilty in was drafted last fall. district court today to the lead pipe slaying of Morris J. Wolfe, 57, whose body was placed in a trunk and tossed in a Marmarth, N. D., dumping grounds. Judge John A. Weeks immediately sentenced Suchla to life imprisonment. He had been indicted for second degree murder. Suchla had pleaded innocent Wednesday. Te changed his plea to guilty today after conferring with Lewis E. Lohmann, public defender. quet was given Wednesday night i vocation by Lt. Clinton Waters at the Washington high school! of the Salvation Army. Welcome cafeteria by the Future Business! was given by Lona Blocker. InLeaders club of Brainerd high structor Neal Vivian also spoke. A highlight for the bosses and school and junior college. students was the showing of a The banquet was presented by colored sound film strip showing 24 students on the parttime oc- the students in action at their cupational training program as various jobs The film was enan appreciation dinner for their titled, "Working Together." employers of the "On-the-Job" training program. > If a human baby grew as fast Each of the two dozen stu- a bee he would need a fiveas dents brought his employer. Oth- ton truck as a baby carriage by ers in attendance were school the time he was a week old. board last night to supervise the construction of the Franklin high school construction. Cunningham will be paid jointly by the school board and the Swanson Architectural firm. The school board portion of the salary will total $375 per month. The decision was made at a short adjourned session of the board held last night following the employer, employe dinner at the high school. The board also decided to sponsor a summer speech correcMay 18, to authorize the sale of one million dollars worth of bonds at this time. After careful study the committee felt the present conditions would justify the sale of that amount of bonds. The board will go .into session again on May 18 and stay in session until all votes in the city have been counted and turned in.

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