Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on April 15, 1951 · Page 1
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' HOMETOWN .-.With' the '»pprb»ch ' o'f warmer weather in , the" Mmillt Valley, tho 1 district 1 , health offlwf repwts 'hii . annual w«rnl!i(t- : »bout. control of fliei. .'Aid.'hla .work' in "preventing :uise»se! . Cohtrorinseot's. 'News * HoeteMDorr WDTMO SUNDW Ncwsmpea. sevMt soinvvoi tnwjaouco THE WEATHER I.AS CRUCBK AREA: Generally fair today, tonight ami Monday; 'cooler with increasing wintls thin afternoon. Lower . temporatureij expected Monday. LHHt,2'l.hours: Slate Collie 75-31!. .'' ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE LAS CHUCES. NEW MEXICO, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL IS, 1951 CENTRAL PRESS PICTURES PRICE FIVE CENTS Ryan Chauffeur i Cincinnati : officers Friday obtained abatement from ' Estcl Hills, chiuffcur. for, a Cincinnnti WoHiin'.who Allied .here a'week ago under mysterious' circumstances. ' In the statement- recorded in a lib detector,. Mills denied all knowledge o f ' a cause, o f ' t h e woman's ' deith.-'He.;'to!d";officer5 that he waja willing to return-to Las Cruces for questioning if local om- cirs wanlc.d.hlm. · N6D4V.IfonnaUoD - - - ' ... ., , -. ' M. Viramontcs said tOl ay that'.h'e would not consider n |Cliarge. against . the chauffeur "linlll 1 -wc-..find_ out more., about Mrji. . lijrah's . injuries" and how they were, received. . Ho explained^ that Mrs.' Ryan had a .bumprqn her forehead, that was . first, hellcVKl i to . have been cause of death,-but-new develop- nienls' In : the case now indicate that perhaps another' injury was the orlc that' resulted in her death" here Sunday.. · . ? · . "If the type of injury Wp,oclieve the woman' sustained caused her dca.th," V.iramphtcs.said. ',',Sve bc- llcvc we'll find that Bile was injured -two -seperatc times --once on .the, street, or away, from the hotel · -- and,- again . after ;inhc returned to her hotel, room,"~ Chauffeur Finds ' ; 5he -was found unconscious by her chauffeur in'licr hotel room Thursday; 'April', S:/She died April 3 .jyithBuV regaining consciousness. ,'Qfflccrs , .iaicr.-,Mi]ls' sixlpajfo sjat'cmcnt had been airmailed from Cincinnati'and should be _he're this w6ek.' ' j..' \iV"-'.- '· ,''··.;"''·'·"' evinDies Of :gearl: Attack After Long. Illness . . - -- e s Dpvln, Britain's ' foreign Secretary frbhi -the'-. time ; theY labor -pi'rty .c'Amc to.',pow'er .In' · 19^6 until - h e resigned .JttArch I), . died today of: a heart attack at his -home in Carlton Gardens. He observed his 70th birthday- Ihc day he 'resigned. ' .·The once massively ; built labor '·boss. had beeh''in .ill --hlth for some time .and hla -. · figilre had dwindled. to a mere.shadow of its former bulk. He relinquished his post to Herbert Morrison because of tlic state of his health and took up- the duties of Lord Privy Seal. -. With the exception of a. short period toward .the; end of World War II Bcvin-hau held cabinet office uninterruptedly for almost U years. - · ( . He was minister of labor and national service in Winston Churchill's wartime coalition government from Ifr40 to 1945. 'Gruff, tough ;"Ernlo" Bevin battled his way up from orphaned proverly to the cabinet/ It was B.cvln who charted Britain 1 * policy in. the cold . war with Russia-^-a policy which conformed generally with that of the United States. NEW .COMMANDERS Lt. Con. Matthew B. Ridgway (left) is new overall chief of U S and United.Nations operations in Korea and other Asiatic areas. His place as Commander of the U. S. 8th Army in Korea is being taken by Lt. Gen. James A. Vun Fleet (right) who will go.to his new command after conferences in Washington. (International) County Schools Gin Fire Burns Cotton, Machines; Cause Is Unknown Cause of a fire that destroyed a quantity of -cotton seed and several pieces - o f equipment at Me- sllla -Co-op Gin Friday night is still undetenpJned. ' Firemen and plant officials said t was not first believed that, anyone had entered the seed 'building where the, fire-originated. Upon inspection Saturday morning, ·how- ever, a ladder that" belonged on 'a CMC thick which' was burned, had not been located. . ., · · The ladder was .made of a metallic non-inflammable substance and no traces 'of It were found. FlnvDiHeovercti 7 . · · ' · · ' · The. fii-e broke oiu 'about 10 o'clock Friday night, less than a hfllC-.hour 1 after fire destroyed tho interior of, MacUonald's -newsstand ' * " ' ' Film Star Wages Frozen. By Order ^WASHINGTON, ApHl 1-1 (/Pi -- \Vngc stabilization officials -have - tossed a- loop* on the salaries of Hollywood film actors. ·· A government ruling, it was learned today, puts ·salaried movie folk tcmjwrarily under "me'ril" provisions of wag-e controls much Mire those recently applied to baseball players. The ruling 1 indicated the government fa planning 1 separate controls for salaried \vorkers ns contrasted with wage earners. Right now the wage board is inactive because of the dispute between labor and management members over Us scope. But. the White ;Uouao reported this; week \ that the disagreement - Is being - 1 Irone'd out; So it appears the board may soon ; resume Its functions. . Alpiu Spy's· Father Asks Support Of Russiaii.vVicWs "y^i; ·"' ·' '· 1IFIRLIN, Apriiti4'i*l --Tho fa- thcr of H r i t i s h - a t o m spy,Klaus Kuchs ippealed to qermnni today to rally behind' the Riigsian' proposals at the Paris big- four conference, the Sovlot licensed news nifciicy ADN reporttd today. The agency .said in a dispatch 1 from Lclpilfr-that Prof. Kmll Fu- ch«--whom: «on Is now tervlng » H-yenr prison term In BrIUIn-- crltlclurt the "d«la)1iijf tictlcs" of the wnstern powers In Paris. The. first"- fire' was believed to have ; originated ' when someone broke into the building. W,'C. Thompson, operator of the gin;.said the truck parked In the building- was.a tottil loss after the 1 blaze. He said about ?5,700 worth of seed was stored'in the structure most of which was damaged etthei by fire, smoke or water. Tractors .HiimJiffcd Two tractors parked in the building suffered minor damage when upholstery and rubber parts were burhed before they could be taken from the building. Firemen wore still at the Las Cruces fire station when the second alarm called them out. The first fire was .brought under control in about 30 minutes. Officers are continuing to investigate the possibility that a breakin resulted in the blaze. Stranded Pilot. Gels Off Ml. Rainier, Bin Stranded Again LONGMIRK, Mout. Ranicr National Park, Wasli., April 14 UPi-- What next? . . That's what air lorcc and park V'ervicc rangers asked today as they awaited the next move of Lieut. John Hodgkin. 42, jnoun- tain-capping pilot from Sclnia, Calif. He landed his "souped-up" Piper - Cub plane atop 14.4 08-foot hiffh' Mount · Rainier ThuralRy, Bpcrit. the* night there; zipped off the peak yestenlay afternoon be- f o r e ' a ' rescue-bound park.ranger crew could toil lo the top of t,ho mountain. ' ' . -. -Then he landed on a frozen fake more'than 9,000 feot farther down the slope where" he apparently spent, last night..-,. . .'A"'C-82 from MrCord Air'Force hase^ dropped ..g:aso4.1ne .lo Hodgkin last' evcnrn^. :!K? Wlichv"lHst seen he was rcfileling his .· stripped-down, ski - equipped mountain - hopper. Then darkness, set in,' With no radio contact, there was nothing but silence .from Hodgkin the rest of the night. - . School Dramatics Group To Stage One-Act Plays Union high school play enthusiasts will take a serious one-act play to Silver Gity Thursday night as the Las Cnices cntiy in the Southwest Dramatics competition. Three plays, including the one selected for the Silver City showing, will he staged at 8 p. m. Wednesday-night in the high school. The public is invited to attend. General admission is $.25. Three Plays The plays include "A 1 Special Guest," a serious play; the comedy, "Nobody Sleeps", anil a second serious type, "The Undertow", "A Special Guest" is the play chosen for presentation at Silver City. Fourteen other schools from southwestern New Mexico will also sUg^c/plays in the competition. Awards to outstanding school arc based oh excellence of acting 1 , stag- Ing, and directing:. The Las Cruces play group is under-the direction of Miss Mary Pfister. Ciutt Mrmbcrs : In the'cast of "A Special Guest" are Ann Vickei-B, Buzzy Hendricks, Tack Boy land,'Gene Priestley, and Carol Chattick. The comedy "Nobody Sleeps" features Bob Canelln, Carl Chittick, Celia Marie Fountain, Jean Bowcn, and Wanda Pnrtcn. "The Undertow" coat includes Carol Ady, Virginia Roberta, Beckie Frwihouf, Patay Allgood,\Shir. ay Ann DiiUmnn, SnmlpL 1 Schlothauer, Eva Loii Moore, Nancy. Bodan,'and Olga PRdlltn. V; .'· HKU OX ASSAULT GHAltOE George Downing, 46. wna arrcal* ed by city officer* Friday night on charge of asflttult HIK! flrtvin^ while intoxicated. Governor Relieves SaundersAs Bank Examiner . SANTA PE, April 14 (/Ii Governor Edwin Mcchem's office announced today that Woodlan P. Saunders has boon discharged as State Bank Examiner. * Charles Du Tant, executive .* rotary to the governor, said Saunders' termination will be effective at midnight, April 30. No reason was. given for (bo action. Du Tant said asucce.ssor has not been named. Saunders has served ofi" and on with the State Banking; department for 18 '/ 2 years. All but two years he headed the department. He has been in the department continuously since July l. 1011. "I've been expecting 1 it for .some time," Saundcr.s remarked. He recalled that he was fired from the post once bcfuic. That was in 1927, by the last Republican governor until Mechcm took office -- former Gov. R. C. Dillon. To Give Fifth Music Festival Dona Ana County KchoolK' Annual Music festival wllj be held at 7 p. m. Frhlny, April 20. In the Junior High School auditorium, according to an announcement made by County Superintendent Haskel B. Smilh. For the f i f t h year under the direction of Vcrdi.s L. Muys, "county tiiipcrviijor of music, the upper gnule choruiics and iiiKlrumcntal groups of nine schools will meet together for HII evening of music. The mass chorus of approximately GOO students will sing together in a program of songs, including groups of patriotic songs, art songs, folk songs, and fun songs. Special .instrumental and Uaiict numbers will be presented by individuals and groups" from the different .schools. Schools participating in tho program arc Carfield, Salem, Hincon. White Hnnds Proving Ground, Dom Ana, 'ISast I'icacbo, West Picacho, Mesilla Park and Mcsilla. There is no admission and everyone is cordially invited lo altcnd the program. ' j Attorneys Meet Here To Ready Nuzum Evidence Members of .both defense and prosecution . arc 'preparing briefs to present evidence ut the preliminary hearing- of Jerry Ntizum. accused of the 1941) slayiny of Qvfdu (Cricket) Coogler. Hearing will.be holil hero Tuc.v day, April 21. Special prosecutor WHI-.T. 'Ccgrl luu; been conferring in I.a.s Crnce-s iwilh attorneys nmrmtcd i n . t h e c;'se, and the invpxUg;itUm by'nffi- ccr;; A.- M. H;iUmw;iy atiil JCrnesl TafoyH is .amiinning, .(rhitttal I'n-piiri-d Meantime, Nii/.nni'.s a t t o r n e y hern, W. A. Sutherland, ami lwi .njtsoiriwtc counsel members ;ro preparing I h n i r r e b u t ( M I evtdenro to t h e pro.tccii linn's nuso. CharleK .1. Margiotti, PltLsbnrgli. and Charles Owen. Kl Paso, hnv»: itl.Mi bncn .engaged by NiiKinn to right for }iJ!i-itc]iiftttil. I Tho cJinc'i:; not expected to be I changorl to ·any-f other locution un| der » rharigVorycmn; rei|UL i st. I Attorney's Sttiltwicni I - Pi'ose.riilion ittlorncys say "it i :;m be tried in Dona Ana countx !i.s wrll as anywhere else". Defence .spokesmen say ·* Jerry |I:IK a lot of friends' in'this county, KIJ thuru's pi'obably no need for t. chariRc". The case is expcclcd to ntlracl (Continued on page four) .DcniingrLordsburg · .Road Conylruclion Bids To Be Let 'SANTA FK.'April M I/PI ...Kour highway pi-ojcctK will bo let April 27, s t a t e highway department spokesmen said today. The four, which will total approximately $1,100,000 according to department estimates, are: Twplvc mllus on U. S. "7'J and 0 betwccp LonJsburg and Deming. Six miles on u. S. 0-1 between V n u g h n and L'orona. I^ive-pMis miles on .state highway -T between Ribcra and Vllla- Nucva. ^Vcnly-plua miles on state 12 between Dalil and Horse Springs. Work will include grading, minor drainage structures, and surfacing; Invitations For MacArthur Appearances In Congress Pile Up; Nation Prepares Hero's Welcome For Return On Tuesday Truman Thinks General's Talk Is Fit Honor Church Women's Society Plans Meeting Here Morn t h a n .'!0'i women fin- i'N- prriud !'.» m t c i v l n thrp^-rifiy M o l h - odi.it Women's Society of QiriKiUtn Service j;l;ite. conference hero I his week, W i l l i I li! Wmm'n'K S'H'ielv f'f St. I'mil*!) M w l h o d M i.-hurrl, a^'hosle^s so.-j.My, t h e conft-mK-e w i t ) begin at. l:.10 p- m. Tuesday. A p r i l 17 with convrninp nf t h " mm) Ing by Mrs. M. 1.. Mnrrl;!, f M n v l q . prr.-i- I drnt of UH Ht n In conference:. ! Tenth CiKifon-nn- I This week's iiK'e.ling i.s the t e n t h t annual conference nf the .'itnle. group. Tin; conference w i l l c o n t i n u e Tuesday a f t e r n o o n w i t h greetings, .-, , from l l i n hostess chapter and o r - j TOKYO. Sunday. A p r i l 1.1 (/?' -- How, Ahnnl 7V(/.s, Dorothy l)ix? ItAKTI.MORF,, A p r i l I I '/7 1 '-An Iimuranc' 1 rollrrlor '"iHril i.;t our »f hK t-Hcnls yt-slr-rday. The hoiisowlfr. wbci uptMircl Hi,- d»«r loolti-d out. ut him I r i t n i brliind hvo purred up hlark ryes and u bruised nose. AsltMi- |i.I,,.,[ -- ; !t i(| rnrlmii -- t h e roller! itr pn'Hst'd for nn r.Npliina-- I Inn. "He. did if." she (vxpluhu'd, rrfrrriug In her hiisbiind. "lie n.iUfil mn uhii I thought was t i r . i i l . .MncArtJiur (ir Tni- t;i:ui. I said Trutmui. Advance Slowed By Reds K.v OI.EN CIJttlKM'S \ 'ommiltee.'!, nH m i l . ; Finvn Mod rrsi.slitnce -Mlowivl the and rending of minutes. Al. -l;:ii) Tuesday a tea will I held in St. Paul's parlor wlUi Mi [ A l l i e d advance on Iho western nnd i mil rii I Korean mm I:; to a crawl Women's Kurlt)ty of Las K a t u n i n y . On the wi'f l e a n Mnrine. - s u p p t n i ' d by Unlt- W A S M I N f f T O N , April I t (/It -( IPII. |ionpla: M Mr An htii' l^riny put off derision on an Rppearnnc« hrforr a K c n i l q c n m m l t l r e . pending net ion on plans for him lo n't- dress t h e whole 'Congress. Mnc Arthur Informed clnirinan Rusaell (D-Go) of Uie Senflto A n n ed Sorvlcea rornmiU^o I ha I it would be "inappropriate lo nvtlcp nny oilier plans" u n t i l bo lumuw about Iho public talk lo Congn'Ha. Rupsrll had auj;gpp|od l h a t M*n A r t f i u r appear In (i ctoprd-tlo'ir si.-n- slon of the -Semite cummJltce. Dfiuand Mlrs ' Republicans .Salurdny i l r m n n r l n l access to secret nntunl aorvicoji mul diptomiit!.- files ns InvilnHon." pHr-l up for (Ion. Douglas M m: A r t h u r to give lawmakers bis m i l i t a r y mirl forclpn policy \*)ews, Hop. Ulchnrda (I3-SC) ;uiiuniiir. r«l he IK asking Lho House FurolRii A f f a l m commute lo InviU l l i n df- posod Pacific commandpr to te;it- ify at Mm-Arthur's convnninn ;i;i husU-p.';. A worship surviei; planned for 7:30 Tuesday, j rtl jN'ntion.'i Naval units - \vcr? in Devotions At HillO control of virtually nil of inn Ong- « \Vednc;tdav'.s nicplmg.s lie.j-in j J l n peninsula in N o r t h Korea. j With I he Five.Star (lonerul vir- with morning devotions! :il K::tn.! H i g h l r f n additional L'hmr.ir Red ll "Hy inured of n full hearing n t followed by iidrireMro and reports j division;! - up to 180,000 men in a J" tnt "Wng of Congress next French Sources Say Indo China Free 01' Chinese Communists l^ANOl, 'Indochina, April. 14 /Ti Unconfirmed reports indicated today the Chinese Communist bnt- tnlion which invaded northwestern Indochina April i - m n y ^ h a v c gone back Into China. ' . French' military headquarters said the most recent information from Thai tribesmen and iircial reconnaissance indentlficd only Communist-led Vletmlnh forces in Phongtho and Blnhlu,'which earli- tyui been occupied by the Chinese troops.. Headquarters said these reports were not yet verified. Some western observers, believe the Chinese Communists, if they have not already ,donc so, will eventually return to China after turning over control points they occupy to Cht Mlnh's forces. 'COTTON M A K K K T (Courlcay.R. T, Hoover Co.) Mnr. Mny July Oct. Dec. May July 30.73 30.09 38.73 38,38 Low 38.00 46.30 41.71 ' 30.08 39.01 38.68 .13.34 CluM' 38.91 46.30 -14.71 39.72 30.06 38.7038.37 Lunatic Poses As Senator, Addreses Ohio Legislature which n m t i n u R through llm nmrn- ing. Oft'iciM-K will |}i; clei:led m this NCK.sion. Lnndicnn will In: held ;it 12:15 followcil hy another stolon wiiich w i l l fen I nix- presentalion rf a play hy women o! t h e La,s Cruces society. A n cvrnlnp .scsiilnn hogln i lit 7:30. An Installation service will highlight the Thursday mornirif; vice, ich begins n l K:30 with \ K\:\ A n n y corp:! if at full uli'pnpth ' - UTIO reporlRil pouring into the ttVHlorn CoiumuntsL defense sector hirlow Pyongyang. Kcpiirlnl KnrMer This .sizable buildup hu«l bmi re- jioflod April 11 by an army spokesman in Washington, but today's report generally located the now Hlronptb. If the estimate i.s right, it inoiinji thf Hedf! Urivo : l h a n 000,000 l.roops mussing duvotiijuii.^Kcvt-nil mWre.-ifipfi and | on ih« \vcslprn and central ! a Ijiixlntw; inuuliiiK w i l l nl.io be i A l u t e front ilispaujn tmlil A l l J n l held hMhejiiurnlng KUHH!UII. infHiilry and tank patrol:* i-nwslnji I thn I'liklnui r i v u r vallny west of COLUMBUS. O., April M- (/Pi Em bar rawed Ohio lawmalterK teamed last night that a visiting "Maine State Senator" who addressed both houses of tlic legislature actually was an escapee from a menial hospital. The speeches were delivered Itisl. Wednesday. The invitation lo make them was part of Iho courtesy the legislature accord. 1 } visiting dignitaries. The man, Paul Snow, 3-1, of Uiddeford, Me., escaped last Monday from thn Veterans' hospital in Chillicojhr., O. Now ho's being held in the Kail-field county jail nt I DETROIT. April 1 » !/n - t;«:r- At 12:30 nn executive Uuirliutm in scheduled. U rundmlcw I h u S] . to ., conference. ' rt.i )( Gue.st Kpotiltur.s lor I h c confer- j KlllH , cnce Include Dr. Waller Unbh W i l - lis, Kl Paso, pnslor of T r i n i l y Mcthotlltit churi-h, it in I Mr;;. C'. A. Han-, A u s t i n , prcxlitnnl of t h u SouLli Cenlral j i i r l K t i t f l l n i i . Wom| en's Horlp.ty of Cliristiun Sen-ice. ! Hr. nnd M J S . A. C. Duuglas are j , C()n ,, iIls l a i u i r ( l w l t h ,1,,, l l i ( , ! pH.slor host and hosl-?H.-i ' " ! I'onfrrrnce. Flev. and Mr, d Reds were rujnirtril b u r n i n g liehiiul their liiii.-s. This w;ts nol r\ pin i tin I. hut A I 1 correspondent Tom Urnd.slmw reporterl it might be an e f f o r t to screen some Knt a c t i v i t y . I.nnd In Wi-M On tho went i:oa:'l. Ihe .South I' III. week, civic offlclaln pushed i\lnnr, for n hero's welcome for MacAr- I h u r In San Francisco nnd iii! WaHliingtuh. Thornton'W. Owens, president (A 1 tho ^y.nshlngto^ honnl of trade. culleI a noon meeting "to plan nn appropriate welcome fur llin gon- pr«l.'.' UP Kald IIP hoppd "all Hoof Kovornment will coopcr- .'IMic army said that imJc;:.". Al H t n . A r l l i u r sls olhenvise, ho w i l l bo ^rcctrd by a ct'i-ejuiniilil i of tronprt, salulr by band ;. bril lery of jjuini deputies in Ltinuastcr, whcrt: h» j had pone lo "inspect" tlie fooy.V industrial Kchool. .Senator Gror^e 13. Mursluill, .said when infnnnnd of the IIOHX, there plight to bo "a l l t l l e morn checking" In t h n future on ere.den- UalK of vlKltinp dignitaric.s not w«ll known to member.'!. Germany Squill/, (Conttn'iixl on Dies In l r t l i w j i n l almost to Ciilnnampo Cliinii.-Miipn is ;ih(.uL f}0 n i t l Ke.nntor Ucmlrirkmin ( l l - N . M yenlrrilny offered n ro.Molutlon lo - '.stoblisb a Hrnalr r-oinmlllre t;- Welcome A i n u A r t h u r lo WriHhinj;- lon. Pnvlilod by I're.sidenl Trillium. Democratic lenders clenrnl I In; way for approval TupHitiiy of n fncmiil i n v l t n t t o u f u r i h r depo:jel ! Paeiflc commHiidrr in .ipnilt nt n , joint meeting of both . litni:tt % u f I ('ruiKrt'HS. i M i i r A r l l i i . i l - hii.'i iti'IliMle'l he ICoiitinLoti Oil pape f o u r ) Lanc:iyter, O. Dlsrovcr Furrc ' Discovery of lii.s true idtmtily came when a publicity uutn nl- tcmptcd to contact him through a Maine newspaper. Snow .visited · the legislfiturc Tuesday and said he was inlcr- c'slcd in Ohio's sales tax. Leg-isl; lo; PITHS a l l - t i m r football l I many A. .Schiilt/., rho.srn recrnlly on the Afifiot AlI-Atiiei'ii-fiii today u L Ihc Henry Ford lioNpltnl. He was R7. .Sports wrilci'K t l i r o t i f * l i m i t the nation IK roviiiK" ri'iitfr wlm ' fame at t h e ' U n i v e r s i t y of Mirhi- sled in Ohio's sales tax. LeLnsla- " , ·' ' ors said he appeared well a.:-! * a " lll( , irn U|(IH 10 vriirii :1RU ' IHUlnteil will, taxalion inoi.«nre.s. . h c h u » z «'«'«TM-cnl a., operation So they Invited him f o ait in on ;t meeting of the Semite luxation committee; j On Wednesday, he was lnvilc'11 to address both houses of the Republican-dominated legislature. In two months H^O for ulcer of the st'imiich. malignant Iran Threatened By Red Rioting T E H R A N , Iran. April M r/I't - . Premier Hm;nrln Ala sought a vote of confidence from parliament today. HS now demonstrations WTI; threatened in l run's t u r b u l e n t southern oil fieUK Deputies wen- culled lo a second session to dral w i t h nimiiiliiu; [elision- p r e c i p i t a t e . | by t:oi, l m iin- isl-led nnlinjr H i n t Icfl M dead in (In i m r t l i . bflow t l i P a r l i a m f n l v imiith a m i by IT- till imiTKl In t h e lucked from a ins M'Arlhur Delays Arrival Date For iVhic.Arlhnr HacUed IHaWail StOpOVGr Hy Mrs. Koosrvrll Fi.-i.i- or U3NDON. A p r i l 11 l/l'i volp «r confidcm.T last n l p l i l liy fni imj;ry wnlkotH of iiiillonnl r r o n l l Hfplit.io.'i l h a t l e f t ( h e M rs. «1lr. IHollKlit l'ro.iilrn( Tru u liHil tin n|i|!in hill l triiiov (:··!). Puiiglji.s M ' i r A r l l i i i r t r o i n h i M ciiin- iii I. "I iln ii"l t h i n k ;i |:nii-r.il .si hi niiilii- pulirii's." I hi-, ivlilmv 'if lln- Inl" rrc.sldi.Mil lulil rpi'urlr.fi. "I I I H i i h I'iv-iiilcnl Trtiitiiin i l u l I l i r TOKYO, A p r i l I t '.VJ -- t.rurr;il M a r A i U i u r todny postponed i m l i l Tiii-wlny ln;i i-pturn !-· the Unltr-1 III A:li:i. Tho I'lt'iirrM ;iii'l his |j)iily w i l l [MM linn-. H. 1 ; 01 iplnilll.V :rlU'llllrrl. bill will Ui|i in'i-r '.'I hiiura in . llnnolulll Thf tl-p'tterl I/. S. rfiJnin.'lnihT 111 MH- Im- rani will rnarlt K:ni «... .. .,Uon,n, -n, 0 n a l . n n n l f n . n l | fn,,,, ..... ,,,,»,,. States hnlay. en ^^^w^^y''fo'- hits im-n |irr.ininfr fnr ^overnmeut m u t e l,, : , ,, l ,.. :l ,, 1R of Ih, United 11 Wl w « l n i w l 'O fl1 - ·""-- ··" ' "·· ·- - N n l i i u i o h u m a n rights eoimm^m ; in C r t i f v n . She i.i u U. H. dL-k-gaU: | on'.y i h l n g Unit could he donr under u'ir c o n s t u i j t i o n a l .lyj-tem." Mrs. ItooseveU arrived hy a i r cn |iiT.s;iii)jr fur Kovi'ninicnt (if I r ; i n y H ' n i l ri-^nllrci'M In- tilt; nrltlKli-ciintrnllril A n n i n n Oil Conipjiny ( I O C ) . ! the ' Senate, he gave bittc tongue-lashinR directed at Democrats in general. (Snow suldi Ijc was a Republican), linhiirni.sscs I.c^isliitnrr Roth Democrat nnd !lepuhlicnn legislators were embarrassed. Us- uiilly a visiting dignitary confines liis remarks to Uiose of a non- controversial nature. Yesterday, John Advent, Ohln Republican publicity director, Irlcd lo contact him at the hotel where ic wan stuylng. The hotel said f t had no i'aul Snow registered. ' A d v e n t ' the culled a Portland Maine, newspaper and was told there was no Paul Snow in the Maine legislature. He also wn.s in- ormcd that Snow hud been n pa. l e n t , at a Veterans* hospital in Lexington, Ky. Advent then tr.arncd Snow hut! jccn li-aiiftfcrrcd to the Chlllicothc Veterans' hospital and had escaped. He also wan told that Snow once poticd HS a Mninc login- ator before tho Kentucky IcglHlu- .lire. After Struggle To Find Home, Teeh-Agers Soon Will Dedicate 'Harmony Hang-Out' UyMAX OmCNDAHL {.SliH-NruH, 'A AM Slmlcnt U'rKcrJ Dedication ceremonies will hoou lake place at the permanent mccl- · place of the artnony adult ni)pei'Vi.sui-jf. W i t h the li.sHi.sl Ki'tinedy, H t i i t o pju bought a $200 piano, which completely exhausted their available funds. KuniifihingK of any typi: arc i peratcly needed In order to com- rP |n f.'-P° n ff l l l t ) l M nni1 ollu ''' »H» In the second flopr of the city hall ] *»« »KC nf t h e tnlirc second flooi Tho public is cordially Invited lo of the dty hall, attend the dedication, which niark:i Hunnony Hangout recently over one and a hulf years of pro- grcss of the Uis Cruces young people's organlmtfon. Hurmony Hangout hti.s c.t present 250 to .100 boys nnd girls ranging In ago from junior high school through college.. Hob Lucno, founder of the group, i« adult leader of the organization. rrnviilfH Ucvreatlon The purpose .of tho organisation I.s to proyido.rccrcfttlon nnd work 'programs, nnd to help combat Juvenile delinquency, iBoyn and glrlt of nny nice, creed, or religion arc welcome lo Join mid enjoy Iho bun* cfiU of Iho group. Tho 'members urgonlly need more help from parent*, and to _ , Snow was picked up hy »her!ff'a properly function, mu«l hnve more | lo rmilimic to fuui:;.on. of {'ecji A l t h o u g h ]iulilif opinion was for L'linMi, tli-: l!l( - mnst I" 11 ' 1 - dubious of the or- wns (ilife to o b t a i n gim^'illon. llic long- diframed of pnrmnne.nt mcMhig pl.ice was f i n a l l y M'niiTd when p«rmlsslnn wtif. recently granted for u:a- of the iieeond rumr nf Ihc eily hall. thn Harmony Hitng- j o u l hopes to rmiip the. bull with plete Din decoration of the floor In lime for tho ·formul dedication. Nlnr Start Club NVm-ly two years ngo"lhe organization started out w i t h nine members, who met will) Hob Lucero In Ihe Shamrock Drive-In. The Klk.H Club allowed the Harmony. Hittigout lo 1mvc dances Iti their liiilt to raise money for operations, As tbo mcinboi'Hhlp Increased It bucanio ovhlonl Unit Home pcimiincnl imiotlng placo muat ho founl If tbo group wan illc Rciir, provide fuipcrvincd pro- grmiiH, and give a plnco of re- croatiun Hint will keep young people off tho streets. A dedication plaque is being made wlili-h will bo unvellcil during Die dedication cortimonlcs. lYoticnl officers of tbo. Harmony Hangout are: Joan Knight, president; Ann Mceks, secretary; Nu- ftinl HiivoiDtclt, vice-president; and Margie Nwil, treahurcr. Mary Koiithcrrt Is in charge of itacoratlQiui and PhylllK Kukliw Is hoiul of llio tlodicatton coinmlUae. M a i - A r t h u r » L first planim! to inl in S;ui Kmncl.seo Monday. j Aiorllllv.f Mild lllft utopnver III Honolulu was on IP roil to give lh» piirlv HOI no iv.st after tho Jong fllclit from Tokyo. Tho General bogiin n fjulrt. tt'enk-otui w t home --bis ln.it In .In- p;ui - with the prospect It would cm! with his finn! acl In ( ht-I|i sprn'l n Jiipnne.se pen re I r e n l y . This hm been ono of hlti principal projects for four yenrs. Soldier's Slayer Gels Trial Monday PKOOH. Tex.. April H i/|i John Kilwanl Welch, 23, will up- pciir bpforr a Ilenves county grand Jury Monday In tho Kcb. 2fj desert slaying nf Cpl. Donnla Miller. Tim cx-MnrIno is ohargcd with murdpr. Sheriff Charlea Filzgerulil .says Welch agreed to waive examining trial in JiiflUce of Pence court, iiml did not request KotLlng of bond. o was arrested April 2 in Montana, a f t e r n nationwide uetirch. "He'HlIll hnfl not stiiU one blow- l word," Fitzgerald ttnld', Miller's brutally trcatcn- body was found in a clay pit near To* vah, Tex, Welch and Miller wore scon together In Van Horn, Tex. Welch was Identified HS' having hitchhiked a rldo-wlth the soUUcr, '

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