PagÂ» A-'l 2-- INDEPENDENT Â«Â·Â·"Â· Â«Â·*Â·Â· "Â· Chlorine-Gas Peril Evacuates 5 Towns 'CHARLEMONT, Mass; tm -- About 4,500 'residents of five, towns were evacuated Thursday -while railroad men worked to right a derailed tank car filled with deadly chlorine, but later police decided they could return to their Little Judy's Heart, Life Are at Stake Stolen Gold Recovered ANN ARBOR, Mich. W -A chance on growing up nor mally was taken Thursday by 5-year-old Judy Lynn Funsch For it she risked in delicate heart surgery the tiny hole she's had on life itself since birth. ;. ... Six hour's after a five-hour operation, Judy ;Lynn.was reported Â· showing good progress, to be awake arid to have had two visits in the recov ery room from her parents. ^fBut doctors said it still was too'early to tell whether ;^hi had won or lost; ,Â· Judy was wheeled into' the operating room at the Uni versity. of Michigan Hospita eagerly awaiting . the opera tion. On Judy's bed throughou the operation was her fa vorite blonde doll, Suzy. A = rare pulmonary venou obstruction has plagued Jud from birth, cutting off a vei bringing blood from the lung to the heart. The ailment kei her weight down to pounds. omes. Thirty-five freight'cars were erailed Wednesday in this estern Massachusetts community. The decision to suspend the mass evacuation .was Denounced by State Police Capt Anderson of the North- mpton Barracks when it.be- ame clear that work crews ould not reach the over- urned tank car for several days. Anderson said the Boston md Maine Railroad would post a 24-hour guard around He tank until railroad men could clear the .right of way and build a track alongside. This could take a week, rail road officials said. * * * 4 THERE WAS no evidence the chlorine was leaking, they said. The railroad began work on spur line from the derailment area to facilitate removal. Among those evacuated were 23 ambulatory patients and 52 bed cases transferred from three nursing homes to Franklin County Hospital in Greenfield. Â· Â· Authorities ordered evacuation of the residents of Charlemont, Shelburne, Shelburne Falls, Buckland and Hawley. .WINNIPEG. oMan. W. -Eleven of 12 gold bars stolen from Winnipeg;airport Marchj 1 have been recovered and 1 one man is In custody here, Police Chief George Maltby of neighboring St. James said rhursday. He said one bar was found south'central \Vlnnipeg'; The bars, taken by two men who posed as Air Canada em- ployes, Â· were: being ;shipped f r o m . , northwestern' Ontario mines to the Royal'Canadian Mint. . . in a downtown office building You'll find an amazing num arid 10 were in a residence in ber of homes in today's Clas 240 to 273 Million in ILS. by '85 WASHINGTON ,AP}--The Census Bureau revised downward Thurday its projections of the U.S. population in 1985, cutting some three to eight millions from its earlier estimates. Revised. projections,. based P L A N N I N G 'to move? on.the estimates of the 1965 and new information on fer- Americans will'reach 24b nill-i lion to 273'- million by-1985, the bureau said.. Â· " .Two years, ago,- the bureau's population expei ts projected the 1^85 total to 248' 275 million. ? Â· . V Â· : ;..; :' The'; bureau's .projections population by age and sex also. shovf that; trie total pop- illation should reach 200 1967 and the first part of 1968, depending on tho type projection used. Bigelow Heads Rotary Attorney M- Ross Bigelow was elected Thursday as pres ident of.', Lakewood Rotary Club, succeeding Ted Sullivan Bigelow will take office July NOTICE! NOTICE! To our many frtadt OPEN EVERY SUNDAY from 11 to 5 slM-iln luntif, Mmk II . fcSOO Teachers Due ' : . e - Â· ^ ; . . Strike in Orleans ;. NEW ORLEANS (K -- A pu'blic schoolteachers' union Â·polished final strike plans Thursday night. The walkout, th'e union's first attempt to shut down\ a Deep S o u t h school system, was to start this morning. A spokesman for .the American Federation of Teachers, AFL-CIO, predicted 1,500 or more teachers would take part. School officials estimated the number at 500 to 1,000.. Local 527 of the u n i o n 31 Japanese Die in Blaze at Ski Resort NUMATA, Japan, Friday 1#I--Fire swept through two ski resort hotels in Minakam today and police reported 31 persons killed, including women and three men. Police said 12 others were injured in the predawn blaze All the victims were Japa nese. The fire was reported t have broken out at Kikufuji Hotel at 3 a.m., sweeping through the three-story main building and four other buildings. Then it spread to neigh, boring Hakuunkaku, the resort town's largest inn, burning down two wooden structures, reports said. Police and firemen were rushed from here to Mina- kami, 11 miles north. Numa- ta is the main town in this area. ailed the strike to back its erriands that the school board gree .to an election to de- ermine if the system's 3,900 eachers wish to be repre- ented by a union or one of our other organizations. The school board said state aw does' not permit such an ilection. Negotiations broke off at that, point. Â· "The strike appears inevitable, 1 ', said School Supt. Carl 3olce. "Our only hope is that t will not be a long one." P r i m a r y targets of the strike were 38 Negro schools. chool officials agreed eight r more of these could be otcf.d to close. The system las 124 schools. Local 527 c l a i m s 1,400 members, about 80% of whom are Negro. Of the 3,900 teachers, 2,792 signed Â·' a no-strike . pledge. But officials said there was no way to tell how many ol those might remain home today so as not to be involved sified Ads. Check them now,- tility, indicate the number of imported 5" fringed Italian cherub 2938 fringed twin size regularly 54.99 , fringed full size regularly 64.99 4-4% of i 49.98 fringed queen, dual or king size regularly 89.99 in the strike. [DOOLEY'S SUPER SPECIAL! 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