The Morning News from Wilmington, Delaware on April 6, 1956 · Page 46
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r; m ' r; . FORTY-SIX WILMINGTON MORNING NEWS, WILMINGTON, DELAWARE, FRIDAY. APRIL 6, 1956 B 1 1 5 S STATIONED IS VIRGINIA Army Pfc LIndsey B. Johnson, (on of Mr. and Mrs. Millard C. Johnson. Route 1, Laurel, is a member of the 714th Transportation Battalion at Fort Eustis, Va. He is a construction surveyor in the battalion's Company A. The 27-year-old soldier is a 1952 graduate of the University ' of Delaware. His wife, Jean, lives in Warwick, Va. Want Ads shine at result-getting. BllTIMOElE TJiimiETS 103 EAST 4TH STREET Free Delivery Ph. PL 8-7506 AFTER EASTER SPECIALS LEAN STEER CHUCK ROAST . PURE PORK SAUSACE FRESH-KILLED FRYINC CHICKENS LARGE CAPONS, READY FOB THE OVEN BELTSVILLE TURKEYS RIB AND LOIN' VEAL AND LAMB CHOPS . BONELESS POT ROAST lb. 39' Legs and Breasts of FRYINC CHICKENS , Lean SLICED BACON 3 lbs. $J for A FRESH EGGS 39c Dox. 3 dox. $1.15 Stevenson Still Out Eront In Race, Kefauver Admitb OMAHA, April 5 Wl. Senator Estes Kefauver appraised his relative strength as a presidential candidate today and said he feels Adlai Stevenson is "still out in front" for the Democratic nomination. Stevenson, who defeated the Tennessee senator for the Demo cratic , nomination . four years? ago, lost to Kefauver in the re cent Minnesota primary. Kefauver said he thinks he is ' in a better position to win delegates at the national convention than he was four years ago. "And I am on better terms with more of the political leaders than I was then," he added. Questioned about his relations with former President Truman, Kefauver told newsmen: "I think that we are on very good terms now. He told me publicly he would support me if I am nominated. He wants an open convention and I don't think he will put any hurdles in my way." Kefauver addressed a Democratic luncheon, then appeared before the Nebraska Federation of Women's Clubs to speak on juvenile delinquency. He is the lone Democrat running in the Nebraska presidential prefer ence primary in which he won in 1952. Meanwhile today, the 13 Illinois Democratic members of Congress endorsed Stevenson fir president. In a statement, released at Chicago by the Illinois Stevenson for President Committee, the 13 urged Illinois Democrats to support Stevenson in the state's presidential primary next Tuesday. The endorsement was signed by Senator Paul H. Douglas and 12 Illinois Democrats in the House. . v. : rmm tr : 1V T1' Here's why we offer you THE BEST SOAP BUY IN TOWN! We're saving you dimes, quarters, half-dollars in this big sale for one simple reason: to introduce you to pure, mild Sweetlleart Soap. For we know that-once you change to Swectlleart-you will never go back to your old brand. Sweetlleart, you know, is preferred by 9 out of 10 leading cover girls. Beauty is their busi ness . . . beauty is ecery woman's business. 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He said there "isn't a chance" the state convention will support President Eisenhower. -Wofford was appointed to fill the Senate vacancy left by the resignation of Senator Strom Thurmond (S-SC), a leader of the southern States Rights Party in 1948. Thurmond' was elected by a write-in vote in 1952 and left this week to seek reelection. Both Thurmond and Senator Olin D. Johnston (D-S. C.) are unopposed in South Carolina's Democratic senatorial primary. 2. FIRE COMPANIES FIGHT BRUSH BLAZE A brush fire that extended to some pine trees on the Faulk Road at Crestfieli was extinguished by the Taueyville and Claymont Fire companies yesterday. Later the Talleyville company responded to quell a grass fire in the rear of Chester Bethel Methodist Church on the Faulk Road. The Mill Creek Fi"e Company, Marshallton, extinguished a grass fire on Duncan Road and New port firemen were summoned for similar blazes at DuRoss Heights and Woodcrest. A brush fire along School House Lane was extinguished by the Wil mington Manor Fire Company. District fire companies re sponded to a false alarm sent from Box 233, Christiana Ave nue and G Street, a smoke scare in the 400 block Lombard Street, and a roof blaze in the 100 block West Fourteenth Street. No damage was reported. ICELAND EXPLAINS STAND ON U.S. TROOPS REYKJAVIK, Iceland, April 5 Foreign Minister Kristinn Gudmundsson said last night Iceland wanted U. S. troops to leave the country because world tension had eased. In a radio speeeh, Gudmunds-son said that in 1951, when Iceland agreed to receive U. S. troops, there was particularly strong tension in the world affairs. "Now that such tension has eased," he said "Iceland wants a revision of the defense agreements and a return to the status quo between 1949 and 1951." Gudmundsson said this did not mean Iceland would disregard her NATO duties "on the contrary, we will abide by all our duties under NATO." CHRISTIANA-SALEM PTA PLANS SUPPER The Christiana-Salem Parent Teacher Association will sponsor a spaghetti supper in the Christiana Fire House on Saturday, beginning at 4:30 p. m. Mrs. Ernest Widegren is chairman, assisted by Mrs. Er nest McClain, Mrs. Daniel Tice, Mrs. Richard Loose, Mrs. John Sharpe and Mrs. Rachael Houle. A cake table will be featured. The meat and sauce will be prepared by a Wilmington chef. The supper is for the benefit of the PTA's playground and school assistance program. Parents, other friends of the school and people in the neighborhood are invited. Btby Carriage, Lawn Mower Fill Elsmere Sewer ELSMERE, April 5 (Special); A sewer in Vi-lone Village yielded a lawn mower, baby carriage, pieces of lumber and other incidentals, it was disclosed at a meeting of Town Council tonight. Councilman William Blest suggested a grate be placed over the sewer entrance to cut down the size and nature of debris gaining access to the sewage system. 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