lll'MBOLDT STVlNDARDlhursday. April 5, 1952. P. 16 NEW YORK: Barefoot and wearing a sable coat over her nightgown, actress Kim Novak carries other clothes in her arms as she rushes from her room on t h e 14th floor of the PJaza Hotel during a fire early Wednesday. Miss Novak said she was sound asleep when the fire alarm sounded. Two persons were treated for smoke poisoning from the blaze. (UPI Telephoto) Movie Producer Under Surgery HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - Movie producer Jerry Wald was reported in good condition today at Cdncrs of Lebanon Hospital where he is recovering from a 3Va hour operation to correct a painful hnirk romiilion. The Misery, performed Wednesday. w.-is described as a laminec- tomy to alleviate a persistent back ailment which has troubled the 50-year-old producer for some time. Cuba Prosecutes Ration Violators HOLGUIN, Cuba ( U P I ) - Tin government is seeking priso terms ranging from three to fiv years for. [our members of on fymily because two of them killc a cow illegally and sold the mca to the others. The slaughter vit lated Cuba's stringent ration laws DUBLIN (UP!) - The Unite Stales has agreed to buy 5,00 tons of Irish refined sugar undo its quota allotment system. WALL STREET CHATTER NEW .YORK (UPD-Joseph E. ranvillc of E. K. Mutton Co. ays that probably one of the loscsl parallels to the current narket technical action is what Â·as taking place in the market i March and April, 1958, a period ist prior to one of the sharpest nd most sustained market rises history. This period also included such lings as bond strength, cancer care, great uncertainties regard- ig the steels and investigations (lie drug industry. According to Spear Staff? deuce and electronics investmenl cller, it is important for investors realize the specific position ol cience stocks in relation to their verall long-term growth cycle n this regard, the evidence sug- ests the group is in the trough ol :ie cycle and the next broac movement should be upward. Bache . Co. says there still rc mains a possibility that buying upport will materialize once ignin at the current level, but foi he moment "we can only adopi wait-and-see attitude." L. 0. Hooper, writing for W. E lutton Co.. says that many o he issues which are way down n price still look dear on th )asis of this year's earnings ex icctations and most of the stock: which seem desirable are up ii price to levels where much ha reen discounted. He says tha more attention apparently is be ing paid to price-earnings ratios. 'Unwanted Wife' Divorces Actor SANTA MONICA, Calif. (UPI --Actor Bradford Dillman divorced Wednesday by his wif of six years. Mrs. Frieda Harding Dillma tearfully related to the court tha icr husband told her "he wante .0 be a bachelor and shouldn 1 have gotten married." Savings Bond Sale Down 7 Per Cent WASHINGTON (UPD-Saving bonds sales in the first thre months of this year totaled SI billion, a 7 per cent drop froi the same period last yaer, th T r e a s u r y Department s a i Wednesday. THE WEST'S LARGEST CREDIT JEWELER at WEISFlEtD'S 7th ANNUAL SALE NATIONALLY ADVERTISED N A T I O N A L L Y Advertised Price SUPERIOR QUAUTY Mounted in axquilite 14 Karat gold fellingi in A wide variety of Itytei. Now at one half nationally adverÂ» tiled price. "Star o' Fortune" NOW BOTH RINGS Brilliant largÂ» centar diamond [at in modern 14 K a r a t mounting with smartly designed matching band. NOW BOTH R I N G S SpirVling lolitair matching 14 K gol bind. TERMS LOW Â»S 5.00 MONTH rlth I tcinlilUting diamond! in imirt M K gold rlngi LOW EASY CREDIT HUMS Ladies' 17-Jewet 14-KARAT GOLD CASE CROTON WRIST WATCH SET WITH 40 DIAMONDS. I CARAT TOTAL WEIGHT LOW EAST TERMS '399.50 528 - 5th Street EUREKA Centra/ Commiffee Candidates Listed Contests for memberships on.otfice. District Tour, also.with live! rly central committees will bolopen seats, has two candidates, Id in a number of districts, ac- rding to County Clerk Fred J. oore Jr. District one will see a hot com- tilion, with 10 candidates seek- g five seats on the Republican si'.t.ral Committee. Candidates e Maynard E. Arnot,' Linda S. urman, Ellen May Burns, Hars Russ Connick, Dean H. Elliott, Robert H. Armstrong and Vilo Anthony Caracappa. One candidate, Sam K. Arness, asks for central committee, seat in the fifth district, which leaves t\v unfilled. In the third district, five persons seek positions on the Republican Central Committee, and dates only four posts are open. Candi- and Jr., Ray E. Mast, James Nealis and Joseph Russ IV. Exactly opposite will be th epublican situation in the sec- id district, the fourth district, id the fifth district where there Â·e fewer candidates than opcn- fis. In the second district, with ve openings, only John A. romala and Carolyn C. Low seek obert W. Hill,'Myron \V. Hus-dates are William Raymond Lee, Harold E. Reardon, Robert Bruce Ed 1 Sweet, Do'yle F. Quiggle and Willis M. Webb Jr. Republicans seat 22 persons on their county central committee. The Democrats also are in com' petition for some central committee positions. In the first district, there are five candidates for four positions. Candidates are Ida May Anthony, Joseph H. Harler, Glenn G. Griffith, Janet C. Griffith Eloise S. Ralhbone. The same situation exists in' the second district. Candidates' 'are Clarence L. Batten, Roy L..Curless, Laura fo Pulscher, Harold W. Simmons and David D. Wdfford. In the third district, four seats arc open,, and. again five candi- are in competition. They arc Judson L. Brown. Elmer, J. Evans, Benjamin Feuerwerker, [ward J. Pelley and John R. Stokes. Only-four persons are running for central committee in the fourth.district, and five seats are available. Candidates arc Dominic Banducci, Edward G. Jennings, Donald Ratfaelli and Sam J. Saccp. There are four candidates for 'our posts in the fifth district, and They, are Tom E. Bair, Herbert L. O'Neill, Ethelyn S. Pauley and Dorothy L. Sleeves. Democrats have 21 Â· members on their county central committee. Odd School lii Britain Folds SHENLEY, England (UPI) Britain's s o - c a l l e d "Freedom School" will close Friday for lack of funds. The school, founded Â· 25 years ago, charged $252 a term and allowed students to decide fo themselves whether to attem class or stay in bed and per milled them to smoke and dresi as they liked. 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