Albuquerque Journal from Albuquerque, New Mexico on May 3, 1950 · Page 12
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Albuquerque Journal from Albuquerque, New Mexico · Page 12

Albuquerque, New Mexico
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Wednesday, May 3, 1950
Page 12
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Pasre Twelve ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL Mj 8, 1983 Los Alamos Plans School Additions LOS ALAMOS, May 2 W Plans for construction of high school shops, a music department, and cafeteria building were announced here today. Atomic Energy Qommission officials said plans and specifications will be ready about May 5, with bids to be opened May 24. The structure will complete the new high school's facilities, they said. Estimate of cost ranges from $200,000 to $300,000. The building will be put into service for the opening of the 1951 school term. Italv Ex-Premier ml Hits Atlantic Pact . ROME. May 2 (JF) Italy's World War I premier declared today that the United States, Britain and France are no longer Italy's friends. He suggested that Italy reconsider her participation in the Atlantic Pact. Vittorio Emanuele Orlando, discussing Trieste in the Senate, accused the three western powers of abandoning Italy in favor of Yugoslavia. "It is therefore, impossible to have a pact of alliance with these three countries who are not friends," said the 89-year-old former premier. Son ny sayings Registered V. S. Patent Offlc MYRTLE Just Around Home s . ' 1 . comb 6u7 evevsoo ) s" MVOTLE f J GUtt 1 iTf 1 wm, " jmt. mom.' x oaW V WAMT H MlW IW . . Hilton Looks Too Young, But Finally Gets License HOLLYWOOD, May 2 (INS) Elizabeth Taylor and Nick Hilton, son of hotel owner Conrad Hilton, obtained their license to wed today, but only after the prospective bridegroom ran home to get proof of his age. The marriage license clerks just couldn't believe that young Hil ton, who is 23, wasn't still a minor. They told him: "You just don't look like you're old enough to be getting married. You'll have to supply proof a birth certificate or a letter from your father or something." The hotelman's son ' returned home, obtained a birth certificate and returned t th license bu- J reau. j The dark-haired screen actress,1 on the other hand, was granted a license without question. She re-j cently cut a birthday cake with: 18 candles. Miss Taylor and young Hilton plan to marry Saturday evening in what is -expected to be Hollywood's fanciest wedding since the Lana Turner-Bob Topping ceremony. The United States steel industry has about half a million stockholders. Idaho was admitted to the Union in July, 1890. Ft Drirer Letts . IUo Yi& Stork ; SmMGITSLD, IM., (INS) A-harried Athens' 111., husband celled fort room for twe instead f ene when be arrived at Memorial hospital in Springfield with : hie wife. Homer W: Burgees explained to-surprised attendants: "We didn't quite make it the 'stork beat us out." - Mrs. Burgess gave birth to a ' 7-pound daughter in the car, just as she arrived at the hospital. . ' - One out of every eight Amer ican deaths in 1947 was due to a . cause associated with child-bearing or infancy. CLEANING SPECIAL DIVAN and CHAIR $9.75 More than a surface cleaning. Dirt, head ell stains, etc., REMOVED by positive suction machine; assures uniform cleaning. Puts new life in fabric and colors. Time tried and proven methods. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED FADED COLORS RENEWED BT TINTING WITH FAST COLOR DYES RITEWAY RUG and UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS PHONE 257 CELEBRATING MAY'S 36TH BIRTHDAY MAY 1ST. THRU MAY 5TH. SHARE IN OUR a VHV (I . "7 x v r j a s r "1 T IH REACH INTO 7hc 'Jish Bowl Filled with coins of all denomm-tions including silver dollars All the money you ran hold in one handful (one try) is year to apply towards the down payment or cash price of every article of merchandise the same type or make of merchandise listed in last Sunday's Journal. This offer good only eat merchandise purchased through May 5th, 1950. COME IN FOR FURTHER INFORMATION! Dial 3-4458 u music co. inc 114 V. Central -iT l,K Kan fcw l.tow. W. 9mli 4Hm imi 3'3 "Baby says. 'Girls are s'posed V git everything FIRST. That's a nice, perlite costume'." Thm "norarmnls" unliimii ist British newspapers is called the agony column. "7 6U COOL Cleverness and comfort in Sportswear that lets a man relax, live the proverbial "life of Riley" and at the same time enjoy distinctive, smart appearance. Ready for your selection are the many styles for play and leisure wear. uowr murtfte mm. me flf yi' 5 " "l,' MAY 3RD. STRAW HAT DAY XTr Eli 'f staJ Cool Cooler. Coolest in These Lightweight Hats! Open pore straws are "musts" for the warm days ahead! Choose your favorite fcpni our wide variety of colorful models! STETSON . . . STEVENS 2.95 io "20.00 NEW . . TROPICAL SUITS 29.95 ''to 59.50 LIGHT AS A BREEZE! Bostonian flyloitMcsk TRED-FLEXX "" LIEN'S SHOP 3IAIN FLOOR SPRU featuring Store Hours 9:00 A. M. to 5:30 P. M. PHONE 3-1795 301 WEST CENTRAL i i - s- j 14.95 i

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