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"..., South Bend. Pope Celebrates 9th Anniversary SAN FRANCISCO. March 12- CAPi-Philip H.-Sheridan, III. 31, leaped to death from the Golden: Gate bridge last sui- j cide from the 10 year old span. i The San ... -owner of the .City Plumbing company, and his daughter, Gcraldinc, was re- ported as fair today at. the Henderson, Kentucky, hospital where they were taken Thurs- day morning: after an auto- mobile-truck collision ... on high- way US-41 near Mrs. Laura Ma injured man, was instantly killed in the crash. Her body was brought to the Kerlikowske funeral home here this morning from the Tapp Edward Zlck, high school science ... .bor> funeral home in Henderson. Fu- held on March 25. and the mstalla- and to of parochial and neral arrangements are..."
"...BRIDGE DEATH _ SAN FRANCISCO, March 12. (IP) -Philip H. Sheridan, III, 31, leaped to death from the Golden Gate bridge last fourth suicide from the 10-year- old span. The San Francisco Chronicle identified ... him as a grandson of the Civil War figure, Gen. Philip H. Sheridan. Prodigal Sol Returns to Texas By the Associaved Tress Texas snapped back rapidly Friday from a record-breaking March cold wave "which ... men were accused by fellow workers of passing out leaflets of a Communist nature. Union officials said there was no evidence they were Commu- nists. The men themselves de- 53 Dead in Wreck of Ship ... REBELS KILLED SALONI-KA, Greece, March 12. Greek third army corps said today 100 guerillas had..."
"...San Francisco, March 12 (JP> Philip H. Sheridan, III, 31, leaped to death from the Golden Gate bridge last night—94th suicide from the 10-year-old span.
The San Francisco Chronicle identified him ... as a grandson of the Civil War figure, Gdfa. Philip H. Sheridan.
A spokesman for his socially prominent family said young Sheridan, who flew 76 combat missions over Europe as a B-2S pilot, suffered war neurosis ... A hospital orderly's kindness to a patient 13 years ago was worth $2M.M# to him today.
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"..., 31, leaped to death from the Golden Gate bridge Thursday night-94th suicide from the 10 year old span. The San Francisco Chronicle identified him as a grandson of the Civil War figure, Gen. Philip H ... getting her fingers stained. Mr. Douglass said, sirs, he is a scientist and that sort of thing is out of his province. Gen. Sheridan's Kin Dies in Leap From Span SAN FRANCISCO.-(AP)-Philip H. Sheridan, III ... biological and atomic wcap ons which could defeat this country in a week. Bequeaths $200,000 To Orderly for Kindness WASHINGTON.-(Jf) - A hospital orderly's kindness to a patient 13 years ago is worth $200 ... ,000 to him. Richard N. Dawson, 62, now a $150-a-month handyman at a hospital here, took good care of Boun Switzz of Delaware,..."
"...student at Stanford University, at a party in the Palace Hotel . . . Friends have learned that Adelaide Delamter Soles and Philip II. Sheridan, III, were married Friday in Yuma, Ariz. . . . ington, K. Van ... been traveling in the East: and stopped at the Barbizon Plaza in New York City. Seeks Career Marjoric Alice Guycr Honored at Showers Honoring Marjoric Alice Guyer, whose marriage to Leroy D. Al ... Kloppenburg and Miss Elaine Guyer, sister of the bride, will be bridesmaids. The best man will be Robert D. Smith of Colfax, and the ushers, Arthur Rinne of Berkeley and Philip O. Johnson of San Luis Obispo ... are leaving today to spend a week at their country home on the Rogue River in Oregon . . . The ..."
"...of Britain . . . Mrs. Alma Walker Hearst will be married to Chaun-cey McKeever on Wednesday afternoon, March 19 . . . Adelaide Delamater Soles announced her engagement in Santa Barbara to Philip H. Sheridan ... , and fiance of Elsa Schedler, was not able to be at the wedding for he is on the U.S.S. York-town. A reception followed at the Loring home. After a three months' trip through the Midwest and Canada, Mr. and Mrs ... will be given tomorrow by Mrs. James Stockdale at the Berkeley Women's City Club. Miss Hopps, who announced her engagement at a formal tea in January, will be married next month to Robert Hague Moran ... was a big affair where many of the socialites sold souvenir programs for the benefit of student opera performances by the San..."