Like an Indian fighter of old, John Gilmore, 46, 427 E. Washington Ave., lies wounded with two "arrows". The splinters of hardwood board--one of them two feet long--were driven through the back and palm of his left hand when they kicked out of a power saw at the Omaha Standard body plant Monday. As Gilmore underwent surgery at Mercy Hospital, attendants said there was hope that no permanent injury would result from the accident.
Daily Nonpareil March 28, 1960
Council Bluffs Daily Nonpareil Archives
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Council Bluffs, Iowa
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