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2 ARE KILLED, 8 INJURED IN AUTO WRECKS Three Drivers Are Arrested as Result of Week-End Traffic Spills. Toll of two dad. eight injured and three drivers arrested resulted from week-end traffic mishaps in and near the city, police said today. Mrs. Josephine Heidt. 76. of 1946 Ludlow avenue, died today at city hospital of a fractured skull in curred Thursday in an auto accident in the 1800 block Roosevelt avenue. Injuries incurred when he lost control of his truck and it over turned in the 5100 block North Illinois street, proved fatal to Her —————— bert Turner, 18. Negro. mm of 971 Indiana avenue. I y who died Saturady nft - II / ernoon at city hospital a short time after the accident. Turner was pinned beneath wreck age of the cab. p r Tandy, 1R Negro, of 7io Douglass street, a passenger, suf fered severe body bruises, while, three other youths escaped unhurt. Turner's body is being held at city morgue. Toll Raised to 67 Mrs. Heidt was struck by an auto driven by Harry L. Young, 31. of 2049 Norh La Salle street, as she was walking across the street. Techni cal charges of manslaughter were expected to he placed against Young today by Coroner William E. Ar buckle. The death raised the county’s toll to sixty-seven for 1932. When two autos crashed Sunday night at Sixteenth street and Boule vard place, Miss Marie Stewart, 23, of 2875 Byram avenue, and Miss Ida Barnett, 23, same address, incurred cuts and bruises, but were reporting recovering today at the Methodist hospital. Thomas H Sickle, 38. of 338' 2 Lincoln street,, driver of the other car, was arrested for failure to have a drivers’ license and certi ficate of title. Tire Blows Out; 2 Hurt In an accident on State Road 31, north of the city Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Ridenour of Detroit, in curred extensive body cuts and bruises. They were treated at the Methodist hospital. Ridenour's auto overturned three times when a tire blew out after striking a stone on the shoulder of the road. Injured in other accidents are: Carolyn Cull. 5. of 1428 North Ol ney street, bruises; R. N. Taylor of Crawfordsville, Ind., cuts and bruises, and Miss Ellen Morris, 58, of 518 North West street, wrist in juries. Persons arrested are; Frank Shore, 53, of 2450 North Illinois street, charged with drunk enness and driving while drunk; Del Smitherman, 48. of 46 West Twenty-fourth street, slated for al leged drunkenness, and Thomas Walker, 7, of 1202 Laurel street, charged with failure to stop after an accident, and driving while drunk. Peru Man Is Suicide 111/ ( H ill'll [’> I KX PERU. Ind.. Oct.. 10.—William Gawl, 54, ended his life at his home here by shooting. Gawl was a rail road Inspector. The Gulf Stream, at the point where it flows past Miami. Fla., is rqual in volume to 1.000 Mississippi Eye (i lasses 95.00 to 912.00 F.vnuintitlon Without Clinrg* Satinfartion Gunrnntrrd Hoosier Optical Cos. 114 N 11.1.1 NOIS hT. Al*o Branch at Fountain Siiuar* 1043 Virginia *v. Pecora Furnace Cement For Mending Fire Bowls 2-Pound 20c 5-Pound 50c VONNEGUT’S Dow nlmvii, Irvington. Newt Sid# imintnm Ntitiare. CONN Hiimt and Orchratrn INSTRUMENTS PEARSON Piano Cos. ... 128 N. Penn. CUT-PRICE WATCH REPAIRING Alt Work f. no mo teed for I \enr |,",V\\", 99c | • l - KOI Ml CRY STAI..H 14c I ;'.v,\,.s 99c | ★ ikwii.s 99c CpCC Votir niamotids rifanni, ■ ■*** polinhed and inspected! DEE Jewelry Cos. 18 North Illinois Street (lay pool Hotel Bldg. SHIRLEY BROTHERS FUNERALS t A Remembered Service^ THE MORTUARY TEMPLE ILLINOIS AT TENTH ST. Novelist Balks at Bill tm&L ;Jel . ' Clarence Budington Kelland thinks something ought to be done about merchants who let women run their husbands into debt. So the noted author, shown here with his wife, is resisting a suit brought against him by a firm of New York dressmakers who charge that he owes them 83,313 for clothes purchased by Mrs. Kelland. Kelland refuses to pay, on the ground that the things his wife bought, were not necessary beyond the $7,000 provision he made for her in the period covered by the dressmaker's bill. FIVE CITY ITALIANS TO RECEIVE MEDALS Work for Advancement of Culture lo Be Rewarded at Dinner, Five Indianapolis Italians will re ceive medals from the Italian gov ernment for their work toward the advancement of Italian culture at the annual Discovery day dinner of Italian-Americans Wednesday at the Columbia Club. The men are Frank De Julio, Harry E. Raitano, Angelo Manella, Nunzio Mazza, and Fred lozzo. I The dinner will be sponsored by Doiit let Anyone hid you . .R lIKly M-mmliem VOI miuhl flunk lll, if a two-fisted fellow ggip JM lik< 111. -irrl jack in flic picture would i" jjsj | H 9 HP like his tobacco -trong. Not at all. '. Jm ,&.. '..,xgom ' . lie wants hi* cigarettes mild ami that's j| v whv In picks Chesterfield?. BL IM Mildne-- (lor'ii l mean a -moke that's ft s■ JRRpRI K ,#*ll Sft BBMfflffiUk weak nr fiat <*r in-ipid nr anything like B & Wm?' R|hß •^|B||||jß^.J| that. In fact it'- ju-t the reverse. Two- R & Hi R.*.; ( J' - fisted fellows as well as anvone else— B W* B ILB men and women want a cigarette that's R, ,|. mild . . . one that satisfies —and that's Chesterfield pMpMippPj 11 RR We believe that every smoker is look- JfaMfflj itig for a cigarette w ithout anv "bite" or M|RbPßlß|H||l||W A ,, bitterness, and a cigarette that ha- a Tlk g -;T pleasing taste —ami that's Clie-terliold. WM I * * * .BBHB|pftilPSP*s |p| i <•?%* ~ iSgraßr | T C.hcstct Itrhl Hmito P roc ram Evers night e\- 4.. ... R •■;1 ■ 1 Sll n' 1 a'. t 11 1 iiinhia l <>a-1 -1 *a-t > etunrk. I %f~ • l 888 Jft 1 ** K • lf)2. LicftiTT * Mvm Tobacco Cos. ! the Queen Marguerite Mutual Bene fit Society* Dr. Vincent A. Lapenta, Italian consul and knight com mander of the society, will award the medals. The Italian government, which will present the medals, bases the awards on work of value to Italy and to the country of adoption. Youth Killed by Auto ' Bp T'nitrd rrmn CHRISNEY, Ind., Oct. 10.—Step ping from an automobile in which he had been riding into the path of another. John Gaines, 20. w'as killed instantly near here late Sunday. He I was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ward ! Gaines. THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES 5,000 WORKERS ARE HERE FOR j CHURCH PARLEY Disciples of Christ Will Open Evangelistic Con clave Tuesday. Five thousand Evangelic workers in the Disciples of Christ Brother hood gathered in Indianapolis today from all sections of the world- for the joint national and international convention of the National Evangel istic Association and the brother hood. Convention of the evangelistic 1 association will open Tuesday night in the Central Christian church. Delaware and Walnut streets, con tinuing through Wednesday, when ihf international convention will open in Cadle tabernacle. Addresses by prominent workers of both organizations will form ma jor part of the programs. High point of the events will be appearance nightly at the taber nacle of a vested choir of approxi mately 400 voices, recruited from choirs of all Disciple churches in Marion county. Principal address of the evange listic association meeting will be made Wednesday morning by Dr. A. W. Fortune, pastor of the Cen- ! tral Christian church of Lexington. Ky. He will be followed by Clifford Jope of Washington, former Rich mond (Ind.) pastor, whose subject | will be “The Evangelism We Need." ' Other speakers are Charles R. Scoville of Chicago. Arthur Braden of Lexington and J. Newton Jessup of Lafayette. Devotions will be led by R. H. Heicke of Champaign. 111, j Preceding a noon luncheon, a musi- I cal program will be presented by Mrs. Homer W. Hill of Indianapolis. John Wycliffe Black ot Leicester, I WATCH REPAIRING Take Advantage of Present Low Prices ROY F. CHILES 530 I.KMCRK Itl. IXI Lincoln 8862 England, president of the world Christian church conference to be held in Leicester in 1935 and fra ternal delegate to the present con vention. will speak in the afternoon, on “The Supremacy of Christ.” He will arrive here Tuesday. Conference on evangelism will hr conducted at 3:30 by Dr. Jesse M. Bader of New York, secretary of evangelism of the Federal Council of Churches, and former national secretary of evangelism of the Dis ciples. First appearance of the choir will be Wednesday night at the taber nacle. “The Heavens Are Telling” will be sung. On Thursday night the body will sing “Unfold, Ye Portals." with “Exalt His Name” and “Glorious Is Thy Name” to be given Friday and Sunday nights, respectively. No program will be given Saturday night. Programs of the meetings will be broadcast over station WFBM. First general meetings of the Disciples convention will be held at i 7:30 Wednesday night in the tab ernacle. Business will be concluded in two days, but general services: and departmental meetings will con- ; tinue through Sunday. SPECIAL ALL THIS WEEK Plain Ladies’ Coats n j.% or Dresses MEN'S SU!TS_ J IV Men’s FELT HATS PA Cleaned and Blocked 3t|C Ladies’ Heels, Rubber or Leather. . . 15c Men’s Half Soles and Rubber Heels . . 65c Everything Insured Against Fire and Theft THE STAR SERVICE SHOPS No. I—Lincoln 0274 No. 2 —Lincoln 0775 -¥•54-56 S. Illinois St. 130 N. Illinois St. Corner Maryland and Illinois Streets Traction Terminal Building . WE BUY 1 1 Waste papeH I 1 CALL LINCOLN 3588 American Paper Stock Cos. 840 W. Market St. DEATH CLAIMS | DR. EDWIN POST De Pauw Facutly Member Was Latin Authority. Bu Timm Sprcinl GREENCASTLE. Oct. 10.—Dr. Edwin Post. so. for fifty-three years a member of the De Pauw university faculty and considered one of the outstanding American authorities on Latin liberature, died at his home here Sunday of an illness of sev eral weeks. Dr. Post had written a number of articles for the American Philo logical Association, was*the author of “Latin at Sight.” a textbook: “Selected Epigrams of Martial,” and a third book in preparation. He studied at Dickinson, Berlin and : Boon universities. Surviving him are a daughter, with whom he lived: a son. Arthur Post, Philadelphia: a brother, Wil liam. Wayne, Pa , and a sister, Miss “food with a flavor that brings you back'* HOI Large Oaks from little Acorns Grow . . . . and a successful restaurant at tains success by strict attention to every LITTLE DETAIL of service and comfort. . . . Everything - that helps to make your food more PA LATA RLE . . . your meal more ENJOYABLE . . . your meal time period a more PLEAS ING EVENT ... IS ... of VITAL IMPORTANCE to every employee at Seville. Our 35c Noon Luncheons prove that luxury does not mean extravagant expenditure here! SEVILLE North Meridian at Washington OCT. 10, 1932 Jennie Post, Ocean Grove. N. Funeral arrangements have not been made.