Note: BOY STABBED IN ARM DURING SCHOOL ROW Russell Stamm, 16, of Old Mill Lane, North Brunswick township, who had gone to the Roosevelt Junior High School here yesterday afternoon to see a friend, was injured by an unidentified boy in the basement of the building according to a report made to police by Maurice Rowland, school principal. Stamm, who was treated in the school clinic for a knife wound in the left arm, told the principal he had been drinking water at a fountain the the basement hall at 3:20 p.m., when the other youth approached and told him to leave the fountain. After the North Brunswick youth refused, saying he wasn't finished, he was attacked and stabbed. Rowland said all the school answering the description given by Stamm had been questioned, but it was his belief that the attacker also was not a member of the student body. Stamm was advised to see his own doctor after receiving treatment at the school. PFC. LOUIS R. STAMM Pfc. Louis R. Stamm, 22 year-old son of Mrs. Rosa Lisnay of Cranbury Road, North Brunswick, is now stationed at the air force base in Denver, Col. Enlisting in the air force late in 1951, he received training at Sampson, N. Y. He is a native of New Brunswick and a graduate of New Brunswick High School. Pfc. Stamm's wife, the former Miss Frances Paterno of this city, has joined him in Denver.
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