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.+ cz "&lt; % : ;,>': , < .... .-- . ,q-% % 4:< ,. ,z Page Fourteen Court Martial Sanily Probe Nearing Close Camp Anza, Calif. -- (U,R) -- army court martial today was ex.] pected to conclude a hearing into i the sanity of 2nd Lt. Beaufort Swancutt, whose defense contends he remembers nothing of the ber-I serk trail of death he left on the  night of March 5. A verdict of insanity would cad i Swancutt's trial on four counts of: murder for the slaying of two' "teen age girl friends, his command- in officer, and a civilian police. rI2 :! . Pychiatrists were still debating the former La Crosse, Wb., shoe l clerk's mental background as to-I P Change Plan on Destrudion of KEHOSHA L:'NING NEWS " government at any time in the future. Senators interested in the matter thus far tOlWenUy have found no evidence linking the army order with an order reportedly issued by the navY recently for dintlnu- ance of office of naval intelligence investigations into subversive c- Probe Records ltip itle00l" ' * h 0slwar Wts ts Washington -- .PJ -- The War l ..... to 5oldier today to be considering turning I over to the Federal Bureau of In-[ vestigation some of the records I New Ybrk -- (U.PJ -- One of gathered by army intelligence ofli-IUncle Sam's invasion army in Eng. eers in chedCing reports of abo-/land was assured toaay of his post- tage, esp{onage and other subver-iwar wish. sive activities. ; A dispatch from United Press The Senate Military Affairs corn-]War Correspondent James C, Me. mittee is reported to have protested ] Glincy from an American invasion an army plan to destroy some of I force camp in England yesterday the intelligence records and in- 1 retted the issue into consideration of promotions in permanent rank for a list of army generals. days sessions opened. , The War department has refused Testimony of his mother. Mrs. ICAMOUFLAGE FAILS -- In Peli- to confirm or deny that it planned Caroline Swancutt, and wife paint- I kaan Bay. Semaor. Japs put heavy to destroy any records and commit- ed a drab picture of the 31-year-old l covering of foliage over oil barge tee members declined to discuss army officer's early life i in hope, perhaps, that Yanks might! the matter since it reportedly was Five Suicide Attempts think it was a tropical islet. But discussed in an ultra-secret session USAAF flyers spotted it and the Monday. Fve times he attempted suicide, [photo shows the result---direct hiSolution Proposed the last a month before mductioniwith the vital cargo in flames. into the army, his pretty wife. Ger- However. it was reported that trude, related Innumerable times . . = __ one proposed solution put forth he had attacked her and threat- ! .__l__ |...=.A__m__m ened his mother Once, she hit him! NOle Illt[edUU on the head with a fire extmgmsh- er to halt his maniacal fury, she Sob001 Expense tie fell on his head when he v,'asl t,o and.a.half years old, his moth-! er told he or?leers" board. He had; ahvays fainted frequently and done'! things he ceuld not remember, i Madison, Wis -- @.R -- It cost Ore of his father's sisters had $45 more last year to send a stu- had convulsive seizures Two sisters dent to tuition-free high schools and a brother were psychotics con-'and high schools with grades be- fined in an institution, His mother's low than it did in 1942, the Wiscon- au::t died of epilepsy. ;'sin citizens public expenditure sur. Defe:=se attorneys rested their in- ires, reported today'. =   a largeb on h ep:lepne a::!:.'. ',', " s " " / Operating costs "for all Wpes of b    u,d ..:-gr: , . . . district schools under the Jurisdic- O a Sugar exptrt in mer : st r . -!  . .'tion of county superintendents .... -. ".., r " '" -'P from 1935 to 1942, accented by an ba,n ",vve pa'ters raning from .._...),,,i -- , - )unUSo, vsw.ns last yea.-, the sur- f -a o ex remelv abnormaL, .a ......... x" : .'ey sal. S a ".cult's was t'pe n "e. I Remembers Nothing iCosts Swing Higher - . . - I High schools had a cost per stu- D- K' ": t %'on tlaen at ,os, .....    . .dent m average daffy attendance A:z'2c ',-::::ty enera nspz:of $I06 last year, an increase of t -a  had old hlm ne ,:::".ed  n'u:: no hi  o the $45 over 1943 and $29 over the c .:::,'l re:nember t ng f iper student cost for 1936, the sur- r red up n he Camp r.: !:- :,: t vey explained. Per pupil costs for A:::a .-?.X,rs' club and blazed away. graded schools, the survey said, u .': h.s service automatic, averaged $82 for the 1942-43 school r':- Ha<el: <ad he believed Swan- . , c-.::: s n::::2 - c,': wen:' etanea ..... ou 5"ear, a hke of $. over the prewous ca " - " . year and $7.46 over the 1941 cost f :- 'vcral hours preceding the" The sharpest upswing in operat- $2: :.T. . !. :-{e "::d me he cou!d remem -mg costs recorded by the survey ...... foyer the seven year period was a .__==..,=,U. Will b: everything on the m,.,, u h- went 45 percent boost for rural schools I BIar::: 5 up to he time = , . . i::o a room in Riverside with his 'wth per pupil costs ranging from! said. iSe57 for the 1935-36 school year to YOU l[ll.__a][m "_.JLuII[ t',v, girl companions," Hagen "From then on his mind was a i'a for last year. ----Iv Nation Hutlon Signs :ontract With Universal would provide that: l--All records concerning civil- fans be turned over to the FBI. 2--All records involving navy personnel be turned over to the Navy department. 3-----All records involving army personnel be reviewed by a high command board which would de -! cide which could be destroyed, War department representatives were reported to have told mem- bers of the Senate committee that the records were too voluminous to try to keep indefinitely and that many of the files included cases of alleged subversive activities which had been investigated at length and never produced any alrmative evidence. Senators Hit Pin Some of the senators are re. ported to have protested that it was bordering on "'treason" to de- stroy the secret files on persons who had been suspected of subver- sive activities, even though it was not proven at the time. The senators reportedly con- tended that such files should be ,reserved to provide a quick check into the background of associations and connections of any individual who might subsequently become involved in revolts against the W'd Me Tonight? In you any plscm httel.v. But ftr ndis all day stray ,w jo my f daru nr n with  and b*n'akaf.. Now rye ormml- or rather m feet hlv- thanks to the Ice-Mint you  Near tried an.vthing that Nmmd to draw t/ IxIn and fire rilght out I)o fsmt -- and tJe way tt helps ftn CLIIoulS tS nobod's binl Been able to let m mctn over, complete blank, except for thel memory of a severe pain in his beFly.- He was shot in the stomach by an Arlington, Calif., policeman after he had killed the officer's partner. A. B, Simpson, in an at- tempt to commandeer an automo- bile. Lourdine Livermore and Dorothy Douglas. 19-year-old Long Beach, Calif., girls, and Capt. Aubrey G. Serfling o iell before his gun. H o I I ywood---U.P.---M arian Hutton, ister of Bombshell Betty, today was signed to a seven-year contract at Universal studios. The former Glenn Miller vocalist will mke her starring debut in "Abbott and Cos- !tello in Society." R t | | Morn and Pop and the Car... How thoagltfd of you, ,ffic, r !- i @ssmm m mmmmlm Mom's finding time, even in them : eee ,T ,xsvv  ' 3rd-War-Year Service Guide i .......... ;; ................ o'o;; ..... " ''.";-7"i 'z?';;"" ge wraev (n m : (:hu lab6cu busy 'vartime cla N to give the car the kind of attention it so dnltely needa. Not that it's any great chore. In tact, it's easy now for women or men to.keep a car mg right, running longer, and nmaing farther on every galloa ot gasoline. Just take it to our Standard Oil Dealer[ lie's trained for wartime ear-saving service. emember--k's going m be a long long time belore ou can replace your car. Don't neglect it. Fallow this 3rd-War-Year Service Guide and keep rour ca at its best alwam. 4 StmdaM 0il Dealers are traiaed for better ca ca quoted Sgt Louis Rosila u say. Ing: "You know what rm aghunz for? rm fighting for a ason ticket to Ebbets Field. rm fighting for chance to get hack there and help  the lip run that ball club." At the olce of the Brooklyn baseball club, President Branch Rickey said: "Sergeant Rosila's pm is waiting for him here when. ever he wants to pick It up." It's understood the sergeant may be a little, delayed picking up his pass. He's scheduled for an ira- portant ob pretty soon, !Former Editor Dies Montclair, N. A.  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