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   Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - January 18, 1958, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin                                Afrfoconsin Ramds Dailv Tribune A CON S T R. U C T I V E N E W S P A P E R Forty-Fourth Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., Saturday, January 18, 1958 Single Copy Seven Cents I BRIDE AND G. Robinson, 64, and his bride, New York dress designer, Jane Adler, 38, smile in Robinson's dressing room at National Theater in Washington Friday after it was disclosed they were married earlier in the day at nearby Arlington, Va. The bride holds Champ, Robinson's miniature Do- berman Pinscher. Robinson is playing the lead hi the stage produc- tion of "Middle of the a play centering on the May-De- cember marriage of a man to a much younger woman. Three Die in Fiery Crash PLATTEVILLET (fl Three per- sons were killed Friday night in a flaming three-car crash on High- way 80 about six miles north of this southwestern Wisconsin city. The dead were Robert Brunk- horst, 45, a prominent Platteville attorney; his 43-year-old wife, June, and Mrs. Gertrude Horn, 40, a school teacher at nearby Belmont. They were pulled from the blaz- ing wreckage of their auto by the Brunkhorst's 24-year-old son Wil- liam, who also rescued a fifth pas- senger of the car, Miss Laura- cena Smelzer, 21, of Highland. Miss Smelzer's condition was giv- House Leader Challenges Ike to Initiate Changes in Pentagon Rumor Kuehn May Resign GOP Post MILWAUKEE G. Kuehn Friday night re- jfused to deny a report that he en as satisfactory and young Brunkhorst escaped Grant County Sheriff Robert [will resign as chairman of the i Seemeyer said the Brunkhorst car Wisconsin Republican Party collided head-on with an auto driv- ____ as soon as a Billion Debt Limit Up executive committee. Asked to comment on the WASHINGTON (if> Speedy report that he will step aside House passage is expected next Hot Committee Reception Fails to Discourage Benson en by Robert Beckwith, 18, Platteville, apparently as Beck- sor is selected by the party's F ICA with was passing a car driven by executive rnmmittep I Ol IlOUSG Marvin Pratt, 26. Pratt and three high school boys riding with him escaped injury as their vehicle __ ______ r ____ o_ __ ___ r _____ _____ was struck a 'glancing blow and because of the pressure Of Tuesday for an adminrstration bill caromed into a ditch. T, business, Kuehn said, I to raise the national debt limit have not tendered my resig-jtemPorarilv from 275 billion to 280 nation, and beyond that I have no billion dollars. comment." The bill was approved, 20-3, Fri- Asked if he denied he would re- day by the House Ways and Kueh" Stated> S3y noth-j Means Committee a few hours aft- There have been rumors about 'er Secretary of the Treasury And- my resignation for a testified that government WASHINGTON of Agriculture Benson said today he sees a good chance Congress will authorize the reduced farm price support minimums requested by President Eisenhower. Benson said he was not discouraged by the hot recep- tion he and the President's program got Friday at a public j hearing before the Senate Agriculture Committee. Some senators chal-i lenged Benson's sincerity and the accuracy of some of his statements. Although Benson expressed optimism about prospects for the ad- ministration's new farm program, committee Chairman Ellender (D- La) and Sen. Thye   predicted in separate interviews that Con- Parolee Is Sought for Brutal Rape MADISON Iff) Dist. Atty. Jo- seph B'.oodgood said today a na- added in indicating that he did, cash. balances have been dis- not feel the report, initiated by I Jressingly low at times in the the Milwaukee Sentinel, was SK months. Other party leaders had con-, Expect Little Opposition flicting opinions on Kuehn's fu- House leaders indicated they Gen. Twining fo Criticize Defense Budget WASHINGTON McCormack the House majority leader, said today it is President Eisenhow- er's responsibility as commander-in-chief to tell Congress how he thinks the Pentagon should be reorganized. The Democratic leader, whose party controls both houses of Congress, in effect served notice that the legisla- tors would be reluctant to put through a major reorganiza- tion without a plan from the President whose constitution- al duties include command of the armed forces. Demands have been aired on Capitol Hill for a drastic military reshuffling to end any harmful interservice rivalry. Some congress- men have said a "knocking of heads" at the Pentagon without a change in the law, would do the job. McCormack, a top member of the House Government Operations Committee which handles reorganization plans, said Eisenhower's latest remarks indicate a delay----------------------------------------' PERU EARTHQUAKE of Arequipa, Peru, pick their way over debris-strewn street after a series of earth- quakes rocked the area Thursday killing 22 persons and injuring more than 100 others. ture. 'He Likes the Job Said national GOP committee- anticipate no concerted opposition to the measure. Anderson emphasized what he man Robert Pierce of Menomonie: called the tight position under a "I would be surprised if Kuehn bllllon dollar by sWnZ resigned at this time. He likes expected federal cash balances job. But it's possible he is making !m banks to drop as plans to leave at some future Ir" date." !fr February. dollars bv ear' Sen. Neely Dies; Demo Margin Cut Pierce said he knew that Kuehn' Tnat would be less than a single'day at the Naval Medical Center WASHINGTON UP) Sen. Mat- thew M. Neely, Democratic sen- ator from West Virginia, died to- ana sen. inye 'xi-.uinn> preaiciea in separate interviews mat vxm-jsepn mooagoou saia today a na- JTICH-C aaiu uc n.ucw tuai, gress never will" grant his request for authority to set price props onltion-wide search was under stepping down a yearly s Sm5.e_ ?e the basic crops and dairy products between 60 and 90 per cent of par-! for a 22-year-old parolee from the ago because of business consider- Dim amounting tc Treasury 22-year-old parolee from because ol business ity. jstate reformatory who is wanted ations. The committeeman work week The present minimum is 75 per cent of parity, a legal standard forifor beating and raping a 17-year- he had dinner with Kuehn Anderson aaaea, uie farm prices said by law to be fair to farmers in relation to their costs, old Dane County girl. n'ght and there was no men-! UKes nave at i rf firm i-if Vne rocicrninCT ssf tViaf tirno IflTBG DLUlOn uOil3r D213I1C6. Bloodgood said a warrant had tlon of hls at that tlme-i been issued for Thomas Wiltrout, 11 Il-W DlllAC 'We'll Never Cut Supports' a native of Richland County, who itUlO Ellender said lower price sun-had been working nn a farm hss set Rules Slaying Was Self-Defense Maon Mrs. W. W. Fox, ican committee-' she was sure she, was House passage of the bill would to the Senate where Chaif- the The basic crops are cotton, wheat, corn, rice, tobacco and peanuts. 'We'll Never Cut Supports' Ellender said lower price sup- port minimums on the matter for Jan. 27. ghost of a chance" or winning Deputy "Sheriff Raynold had not heard he was Shouted Down congressional approval. Jhams wiltr t ttacked thelnlns to resign. Before Friday's final vote in how-iMs Dossible to imnrm'e the'2 u his.car after slugging her j MS. Fox said that should he the House committee, Rep. Byrnes, how it is possible to improve the a'give up the office-it would be proposed a new ceiling of in nearby Bethesda, Md. He was 33. Neely, former West Virginia governor and House member, had been in failing health for a year. He was on hand, in a wheel chair, when Congress convened early this month. His death 'stands to cost the lot of tie farmer bv 101 01 me larmer oy Mt. Horeb Walter road near Ellender said night. Thye predicted We 11 never cutj Abrahams said the girl escaped i when Wiltrout left the car mo- 1 S _ per 8 was not made pub- f'd was believed Wiltrout RHINELANDER Holewinski, 59, was freed from' Benson tolri nowsmpn hp "r'L, t JJt-iisun luiu nLWbrnen ne wouiu rnpntarilv FlpH anrnct: fipMc Oneida County jail Friday night concede that "in a campaign year, Snd Se Sri after a coroner's jury held he act- a political year, like this one ed in self-defense when he shot hfe could not flatly predict passage' and killed a man who brought Of Holewinski's wife home at a. cd: m. Wednesdav. "I am confident that if we town of Sugar' Caress we'd S said, fViini- mill i rt lOrciDly rspGQ 3I1C1 SUIIGrPu bruiS- of oF Prpwav Tnf nrv innnnnrnH U nn tninK, Congress Will pass a large IT j t i t uiieuLOii i-iewdy, UK.., wib tii n luui iut_ U ILO uLLioiuii. c xHonr'ae Sheriff Donald Krouze said that of this." Rapids, died at in view of the coroner's jury find- PIan Further Questioning the Robert H. Benson Succumbs fo Self Inflicted Wound Robert H. R. Benson, 61, head 1959- Anderson told the committee the Benson Land Co. which 278 billion dollars. That suggestion was shouted down. The three committee votes against the administration bill re- portedly were cast by Byrnes, and Reps. Mason (R-I11) and Harrison The proposed new legal ceiling would be in effect until June 30, standing at more than 274 billion extensive holdings in the town of, dollars-to exceed 275 billions be- the girl was Sherry, and a member of the board! fore the end of the present fiscal pm ing no charges be filed Ellender ordered Benson to re- aeainst Holeumski turn for more questioning next against HoiLwmski. Wednesday, with instructions to cascs m recent >'ears here' The inquest jury was given four bo to be moro df district attorney said. possible decisions before it retired. on They weic first degree murder. M j second degree murder, man- But, he added, the debt might i i j i tl_ r "11 i t J.IULJIU j. i treated by the family s doctor at Fndav in a Madlson from nse to 278" billions next fall when tax revenues drop off seasonally. 'a self-inflicted bullet wound. her home. 'This is one of the worst rape I ,f Dane County Coroner Michael Malloy ruled the death a suicide and said no inquest will be held. He said Benson left a note indi- oi justifiable homicide. Robert Montgomery, 40, of Wau- Denies Fischer Counterclaim 8 C-C Election Results Told Results of the recent Wisconsin Iowa National at the day- long hearing surrounded two key grounds points _ the Bcnson Eisenhower appeals for authority to reduce, minimum price supports and to A Circuit Court jury Friday aft- sau, was killed by a shotgun blast incrcase piantinfi an0tments for ernoon denied the he returned to the Hole-win- cotton ski home with Mrs Helen Holc- wmski. 50. During the inquest Mrs. Hole- winski testified that she was in with Montgomery. Authorities said Montgomery had a wife liv- ing in Tomahawk. Mrs. Holewinski also testified that she had been going out with Montgomery for several years. eating he was despondent over tax matters. The shooting, authorities report- ed, occurred shortly before 4 p.m. of 9 Soldiers in Court For Fraud DENVER Ft. Carson soldiers were sentenced to a year in prison Friday and six others, one of them from Milwaukee, were s P. placed on probation for their part of Dld Fiscn 720 Da, Mayo whde Benson was waiting in a 500 government payroU alone in an outer office to consult the attorney on business matters. fraud. Robert C. Christiansen, 28, Mil- Ave., against the Insurance Co. Fischer, whose claim arose from a collision Aug. 11, 1956. involving Jin their car parked outside the'for cashing a false pay voucher. Baseball Ace Arrested on Morals Count SPOKANE, Wash, (ffi Major league rookie standout Ed Bou- chee, 24, charged Friday with! Democrats one seat in the Sen- I before any plan comes from the i chief executive. As House and Senate committees recessed their inquiries over the veekend, there were these develop- ments: 1. Gen. Nathan F. Twining, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and former Air Force chief of staff, told the Senate Prepared- ness subcommittee in effect that ne would turn in his uniform rath- er than criticize Eisenhower's de- fense budget. He said in previous Party Boss Nikita Khrushchev closed-door testimony made pub- Khrushchev; Poles Hold Secret Talks WARSAW OB The renewed talks between Soviet Communist lie Friday that the armed serv- ices never get all the money they ask for. Denies Rivalry Charge 2. Twining issued a special statement denying charges that in- ate. West Virginia's governor, jterservice rivalry has stymied a Cecil Underwood, is a Republican firm agreement on war plans, and will appoint a successor columnist Stewart Al- Neely to serve until the next gen-' eral election. sop had written that under the and Polish Chief Wladislaw Gom- ulka appeared today to have ranged over world and Commu- nist-bloc problems in a friendly spirit. This was the sum of official and unofficial Communist reports on the recent meeting. Western ob- servers found little reason to dis- pute it. Confirming recent rumors here, present setup each service would Moscow radio issued a 63-word an The hospital, however an- nounced that Neely died after "a protracted illness from malignan- cy." At the time of his last appear- ance at the Capitol 10 days ago, Neely had announced plans to sponsor legislation to authorize a million-dollar fund for cancer re- search. Neely spent nearly 35 years in Congress about 25 in the Sen- ate and about nine in the House. He was reelected to the Sen- indecent exposure involving a 6-! ate in 1954 after having been elect- year-old girl, was pictured by to four previous six year terms, cers as being relieved at his ar- During one term in 1941 he With Neely's death, the "fighting its own private war" cratic Senate ranks are reduced! should hostilities break out tomor- to 49, as against 46 Republicans. Joseph C. Duke, the Senate sergeant at arms, said he was notified by the naval hospital that Neely died at a.m. Duke said he -did not know the cause of death. row. 3. Testimony released by the House Armed Services Committee spoke of plans to start building three detection centers outside the United States. Secretary of the Air Force James Douglas said they are intended to detect on- coming ballistic missiles. It was learned the three stations would be built in the Arctic. They would use range radar to spot any Russian missiles with- in minutes of launching from Eur- Costly Installations Construction cost of these sta- tions was set at 189 million dollars, with a possible total cost more than 250 millions after radar equipment is included. Such a detection system would nouncement last night saying Gomulka and Polish Premier Jo- self Cyrankiewicz invited Khrush- chev to visit Poland while ha vacationed in Russia near the border. Nuclear Ban One likely subject for the meet- ing, reportedly held just before or during last weekend, would be the so-called "Rapacki Plan" to ban nuclear weapons from Poland, Czechoslovakia and East and West Germany. The Soviets have sug- gested including Scandanavia, Ita- ly and Albania. The plan for an atom-free zone, first advanced at the U.N. by For- eign Minister Adam Rapacki, has drawn favorable comment in. Western Europe to a degree which surprised the Poles. Khrushchev may have discussed the plan with an eye toward putting it on the give the United States perhaps 15 agenda for future East-West sum- rest. Police Lt. George Berg said the Philadelphia Phillies first base- man said after his arrest: "I knew I'd get caught. I'm g'adJHouse I got caught now." Bouchee is the father of a three- year-old boy and his wife is ex- peeling another child. He was re-1 leased after posting bond and left the county court house by a back door to avoid reporters and photographers. Prosecutor John Lally said Bou- chee had admitted enticing a girl into his car, showing her indecent pictures and exposing himself. Lt. Berg said Bouchee had ad- mitted being involved in four oth- resigned to become governor West Virginia. His service in Congress dated back to 1913 when he was elected to fill an unexpired term in the jytil 11UJJO J.I7 I he [minutes warning enough mit talks. for evacuation of cities but Economic to Hold Election Meeting At Arpin Monday The Wood County Democratic Party will hold its annual election of officers at a meeting at the Ar- pin Community Hall at 8 p.m. lllltLCU UUUJg U1VU1VCU 111 1UUI UL11- VJ PJafed cases under investigation by according to Byron T. his car and one driven by George Frishman, Rt. 2, was hefd by the jury to bear 75 per cent of the responsibility for the accident. Frishman. who originated the litigation, accepted an out-of-court She said she did nol obtain a di- Rapids Chamber of Commerce settlement Thursday for a report- vorce from her husband because board of directors election were led she did not want to break up the announced today by J. J. Nimtz, family. Chamber president. Holewinski testified that he was Chosen for two year terms on waiting with the shotgun for his the board were Dr. C. H. Handy, vife and Montgomery because Wendell Miscoll and John Potter Montgomery had made numerous and reelected were Richard Davis, threats on his life. Holewinski'Irv Moberg, Robert Schill, James said he shot Montgomery only aft- and Tom Wilbern. er Montgomery drew a pistol from The first meeting of the 19581 building at the time. He is survived by the widow and two children by a former mar- riage, Mrs. Walter Scott, Madi- son, and Bernard Benson, Los Gatos. Calif. Funeral arrangements have not been announced. He was charged with making a false monetary claim against the government. Given one year prison sentences were William D Elzweiler, 21, Halifax, Pa.: William F. Seay, 20. Ranger, Tex., and William F. Whelan Jr 20, Ardmore, Pa. the police. These involved girls Wisconsin Rapids, chair- man of the county party unit. Offices to be filled are chair- man, vice chairman, secretary, treasurer and delegates at large from the county's two Assembly districts. Nominations, which wtre 11, 14 and 18 years of age He was charged only in the case of thp six-year-old. Indecent exposure involving children is a felony in Washing- ton, and conviction could bring a maximum term of not more than enough time to get U.S. H-bomb- ers on their way to Soviet targets. 4. Twining told the Senate sub- committee "We are not today, in my judgment, in a position of in- ferior strength vis-a-vis the Soviet Union" and "We can take care of 8 Jury Hesitantly Awards fo 2 Crippled After Getting Polio Vaccine his pocket. Murphy Clarifies Friday Statement jreorsanizcd board has been sched-l OAKLAND, Calif. jury which said it had no'tive but to conclude that Cutter for 4-30 p m. Tuesday at the choice under the judge's instructions awarded for marketod vaccine which caused Club the plaintiffs to come down withi Officers'for the coming year will two chlldren crippled by polio after they received injec- poliomyelitis." j be elected and the 1958 budset and l'onl of allegedly faulty Salk vaccine in 1953. The trial lasted 28 days. The chance of being found alive. program of activities will be dis-1 Tile judgment was against Cutter Laboratories, producer of the case went to the jury Thursday. cussed. The first phase of the vaccine. opened at the December meeting, will be accepted until the balloting begins Monday night. Adams said. Eligible to vote is any person who held membership in the party last year or who has become a member this year. Holding the top county party post for the past two years, Adams, a pipefitter at Consoli- SPRING CANYON, Utah (m Water Power Paper Co, Workers burrowed deeper into a is a candidate for reelection to mine shaft today, searchinfi the party chairmanship. men miners say have no Following the election, rcfresh- 'ments will be served and colored 20 years in the state penitentiary. Search Without Hope for Two In Mine Shaft Can't Win WASHINGTON Mrs. Rose D. Morris reluctantly gave up her 38 acre farm home at Burke, Va., when the government condemned the property in 1951 as a possible site for a second Washington airport. She moved down the road and purchased a 72-acre place at Chantilly, Va. Then Mrs. Morris got the sad news this week. The government has decid- ed to build the airport at Chantilly. Another Aid subject might have been further Soviet aid to Poland. Gomulka probably would report on the progress of aid negotiations in Washington. If those talks should break down, Poland would need to shop for grain and cot- ton in the Soviet Union. The meeting took place in a hunting lodge at Bealowierze, Po- land's biggest forest. Khrushchev was the only Soviet participant named officially, but Premier Bulganin also was rumored to have attended. There was no con- firmation for this, however. Khrushchev and Gomulka hava held frequent meetings since the Soviet leaders last visit to Poland in October, 1956. But conditions were vastly different then. RYAN HAS SURGERY Robert J. Ryan, Wood County register of deeds, is reported ia satisfactory condition today at Wis- consin General Hospital, Madison, where he underwent surgery Fri- day afternoon for removal of a slipped spinal disc. He will be hos- pitalized about two weeks. Nazi-Type Youth Gang Broken Up in New York An underground earth tremor'slides on Europe will be shown NEW YORK UP) Plans of a One niror, Mrs. Anita Steiner, caught four men feel inside The meeting is open to the public, youth gang for a bank rob- Clarifymsj a statement published Chamber's 10th anniversary mem- It may set a precedent in settling 31 more suits against Cutter and said "We felt obligated to follow'spnng Coal Co.'s mine Adams said. Friday concerning pKins of the bership drive will also be outlined, many others against four other drug firms. the law, whether we agreed with eariy yesterday. The bodies of two Valley Concrete Prod- according to Herb Cutter president, Dr. Robert K. Cutler, said he will appeal The a or not." Others called the law mon already have been found. nets Co. to diMonlinuc operation membership drive chairman. jurors said they did not believe Cutter was negligent in preparation of harsh. of its block department Jan. 24, Claude E Murphj, president of the firm, said today: "In negotiations for a new con- tract, the union 'Local 354, Gener- al Drivers Union) has declined to Current Chamber officers are, in lls vaccine, but under the judge's interpretation of the law it must Simple Question addition to Nimtz, Ray for the children, vice president; J. J. Normington! Insured by Lloyds of London treasurer, and B. T. Zicgler, sec-1 Tho plaintiffs attorney, Melvin Belli, hailed the decision as "Thij Governor to Address Lincoln Dinner Here and stole a quantity of jewelry, all of which has been recovered. tbery to get funds for setting up a jn the homes of the plotters po- Nazi-like superman society found shotguns, been broken up because two mem- three .22 caliber rifles and an ar- bers disclosed the plot. scnal ol knives and daggers. Police said the leader, 21-year- Tho lwo youlns who their rotary-manager. Holdover members of the board consider a satisfactory dif-jare Dave Etheridge, William John- ferenlial l.etwecn the ready-mix son. Henry Krutjer, George Mead and block departments. Rv omis- H, Erl Odecard. Clarence Show- first which makes a manufacturer stand behind his product in the good old American manner." Still buried are Keith Anderson 30. and Dean Nielsen, 27, both of Superior Judge Thomas .1. Lcd-'Sprinfi Canyon, a tiny company! ncic Gcorgc Legsett, had imbued oi the bank plot, which led wich was explicit in his instnic-, mining town of dreary brown Gov. Vernon W. Thomson has his group of 10 youths with "Nor- tne arrosts Wcre not charged. sandstone about 120 miles south-'accepted the invitation of the Wood die supremacy" and the racial east of Salt Lake City. I County Republican organization to ideas "f i ontc gave mis accoun.. After the verdict he said: "It boiled down to the of Adolf formed the gang about sion of the word 'satisfactory, ers, Keith Roberts, Ray Woznick defendant in this case." Belli said.'curved spine. James, my statement in Tribune and Hemmersbach. inadvertently to truke if clrnr that a in wares Wjsconsjn Weather I .L Late last workmen, erect-1 address a Lincoln Day dinner to called himself "George von Lict- "Lloyds of London, which in- was said to have lost the use of children polio from the vac- ing timbers against the possibility be held Saturday. Feb. 15, at the er" and said he was born in Ger- two months ago. Members sured Cutter for five million dol- one leg and partial use of the oth- cine or didn't they? You can call.of further cave-ins, uncovered the St. Vincent de Paul Church in Authorities said he was u ,c lars that we know of. was the real cr, and to have developed a it a directed body of William Daniels, 47, also consin Rapids. born in the Bronx. Nordic and assertedly Heading the committee in charge. The gang was broken up the whose fa- A majority of nine was needed of Spring Canyon. i..v o---o The eight women and four men ther is an engineer, wa.s less sen- for conviction. I Karlier they found the body of of arrangements for the evfnt is day with the arrest of Leggett and money tor an upstate camP an 11-1 vote awarded the ously hurt. Defense attorneys contended if'Cocilio Garcia. 36, (ho tathor of Mrs. Waller of this cily, four teen-agers. to moral strength, parents of Anne Elizabeth Gotts- FPP! Firm Not any taulty vaccine was issued it'seven children from nearby Holp- vice-chairman of the county or- Early today four more youths, al- spiritual greatness and physical of tho two dpp.irlmrnls is now in vwcamci danker, 8. now of Providence, The jury isMii-d a Matrmont u.is the fault of Rovernment He was not caught beneath the Serving witli her are leged membors of the ganfi vvhich make up tne effect and alu.fl.vs has boon." connaeraDie cieuomctt with uttie H.I., and tho parents of with its dcci.sson whuh said the mi; protcrluros followed by of fallniK coal sot looso Kernh.ird NaoKolo, Nokoosn; Mar- hookod three on hurulary Ihe gans naa letlernoaa In announcing tho company's de- I'hipps, 4. of Monrovia, maiority felt that Cutter Labora- five firms which joined the a shift in tho tin Ilooneveld, Vevpcr; Otto Zieh-'charges and ono 15-year-old on a j p cision to cease nianufactiiring con- contmuine Calif., They had sued tones was not negligent "either ornmen! Salk program as a "pa-'mountain above the cr, Arpin: John Crawford and Don- charge of juvenile delinquency. They also had runner stnmps wiin. crete blocks. Murphy attributed VulfnVy "is-lij Joint'y for directly or by inference." tnotic oblifiation." jthe rocks crashing down. mid Hoerl, Marshfield; Arthur J. Police said Jay Page and Wil- Sllcn All it, to labor costs which have plac-.nortu, in south. Anne daughter of a The statement continued "With Belli argued tho law requires ai Garcia apparently was hit on the Crowns Jr., Morgan L. Midthun liam Shuts, both ifi, and Brian ann uver AII. -J tho firm at a competitive dis- LaMl WMI-h.P lnr ,A ,___. former protcssor of psychiatry at regard to tho law of warranty, drug firm to stand behind its prod-'head by a flymj? rock. A doctor and Vernon M. Kelly, Wisconsin Casov. 18, broke into a Queens Leggoti is me otiv advantage in this area. Locit for heurt u" t, ..m.: min. Barbara (Calif College, we feel that we have no alterna-.uct. he never knew what hit him. Rapids. 'apartment last Wednesday night, S   

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