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Navy saturday challenged the right of a Philippines court to try chief warrant officer Gordon 0 cames on a charge of vehicular homicide Carnes of Conrad Iowa was accused of running Over and killing a filipino june 28 while driving a military truck in san Marceline Zambales province the Zambalis provincial court claim jurisdiction Apt. Charles Cole staff Legal officer of the . Navy command in the Philippines submitted a memorandum to the philippine Justice department challenging the authority of the court in the Case Cole said cames was performing specific military Dutu s and was in route to deliver a payroll for filipino civilian employees of the Navy when his truck struck a Man. Cole said cames was driving at Low Speed and that the victim darted across the Street in front of the truck. Pole asked the Justice department to determine whether Carnes was. In its opinion on at Tive duty or to order another investigation re the Accident it Quot the present evidence was insufficient. Under Philippe american Nuli tary pacts local courts Are forbidden to exert use jurisdiction in cases whore american military personnel Are involved in accidents while in performance of their duty. The Case is similar to the William s. Girard Case in Japan there have been two similar cases in the Philippines in recent months. Amov i mow now at Ai. I. In am 7. Norma a above vow of 30 oat town Aru of Outlook allow Noam Al much above 77. Above no Imai it show Hoshal in a \ Hoan Ai a featured is Demois amp Jetmar scoops out t the Fiji islands in the South Pacific number about 310 Only lob art1 inhabited Olio it wit Auris us Tous Neir smart apparel 936 Meridian hit part a Talaty hat a Metal from to Ryan til the attic. So a snoring or Teal Matt Jonoton staring Aid Avo with her Awn regular giants bul a out wow d gun get tho now to staunch Soudan snaps a and Aff any giants including Tun glottal a special Barnet and bully tamp Bara Arn Nta ded to Mon and woman tan leak Hinr Batt Whu snaring hint Batt. Jonoton fitting Ara at scially a file Civ for that wha Quot Baar but Den t understand Trad Manal san Tano Quality Narf in rvs individual fill my Mada at Fonofono off a a 23s Cit a tank bldg phone 3-1142. Serving in this location in our 9th year Whonn writ a Cam in for further information a appointment. F. E Wing and. Adv Kelley s August Sale special Lapel woman wins farm Bureau honors Lapel to the cake baking contest at the county farm Bureau meeting on the 4-h grounds of Alexandria mrs. Glenn Boone 1 of Lapel won first honors for j White butter cake and first and i third honors for displays of flow i ors in the a living room Quot Classi j fiction. Mrs. Ogden Jones and her son j Joe and wife of St. Joseph mich., were recent weekend guests of or. And mrs Guy whet sell and i or. And mrs. Mark Whetsell. I the Steedman family of Union City spent tuesday evening with mrs. Gail Clark mrs. Don Raker of Anderson was a tuesday guest of mrs. William Mills and children. Or. And mrs Gene Mills and j family of Roswell \ m have been visiting or. Mills parents or. And mrs Howard Mills sr., and others the past two weeks. Mrs. Gilbert Swaim and daughters of Union City spent some Days last week with mrs. Swann s Mother mrs. W. W. Peteham and other relatives. Or. And mrs. Roger Coin and children of Noblesville will move in monday to their new Home in Dayton Ohio. Mrs. Goin is a daughter of mrs w. W. Ketchum or. Goin is a son of or. And mrs. Oscar Goin. Mrs Anna Atkinson left Indi Quot Annapolis Friday for Florida where she will spend the Winter. Mrs Atkinson has pent some weeks with relatives and others Here. Lein Gene Lilburn of English spent some Days recently in tile Home of or. And mrs. Carl Lilburn and sons Phillip Lilburn has been spending the week with Robert Lilburn at English. A a mrs. Carl Byer of Muncie spent thursday and Friday with her Mother mrs. E. A. Tull and other relatives. Or. And mrs Larry Trimble have moved from Flint Mic to Muncie. They spent the weekend Here with their parents or. And mrs. Floyd Trimble and or i and mrs. Max Aldred. Finance whenever you need Money you la find by Nolly the manager and Darrell Quillin Bert Naylor and Florence Thoben All Happy to say Quot yes Quot when you ask for an Economy finance loan. 18-piece offi Cerf fable Tennis outfit a 4 paddies a sturdy net a 2 clamps a to Baus a Rule Book borrow $25 to $450 of More on just your signature or car or if you prefer on your household goods or farm equipment. 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