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OUR HOME TOWN Tho contrast between the report of the grand'Jury which ended lla^' term today and the group of 1949" is quite apparent. Manner of presentation of evidence had the same contrast. News UN INteNDENT DfHLY AND SUNDAY NEWSPflPER. SEWING SOUTHERN NEW /VEX/CO THE WEATHER LAS CRUCKS AREA: Partly cloudy today and Saturday: . iiLtlb" ulwnge in temperature; windy af- tcrnoonH. Last 2-1 huuni: Las Cru- cesa 81-51; State college 79-41. VOL. 71--No. 38 ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE , LAS CRUCES. NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 18, 1951 CENTRAL PRESS PICTURES PRICE FIVE CENTS Truman States , WASHINGTON, ..May 18--(£W Thc White,House said today President Truman first considered firing Gen.'.'Dduglis-MacArLhur last August when · he ."-wrote a-contro- . vorsial letter'-to-the Veterans of Foreign .Wars. . Presidential Secretary Joseph Short · told · reporter Mr. Truman had this incident in mind when he said yesterday lie had considered Mac Arthur's dismissal from time to time for about a jjcar. Short talked with Mr. Truman to obtain a more exact time when Mr. Truman first considered relieving 1 Mac Arthur of his Far East command,' After Designation Short said It was after, and not before, Mr. Truman nameQ MacArthur as commander -in chief of the United Nations forces that he first began to consider the appointment of a new general in -that post. The reporters' questions were prompted by MacA rthur's assertion in New York last night that he was "astonished" that Mr. Truman had asserted "he had felt such dissatisfaction with my exercise of command as to cause him to consider my relief for a full year prior thereto." , MacAiihur said it was difficult to reconcile what Mr. Truman said with his appointment by Uie President as United Nations commander a f t e r the Korean invasion last June. August Speech "When the. president said yesterday that this had been going; on for about a year he was thinking }of the first time he read the MacArthur letter to the VFW which was in the month of August," Short tolil reporters. "He had not considered his dismissal prior to the outbreak of the Korean war." Me said that when Mr. Truman spoke of giving consideration to the dismissal for about a year, "he was just .speaking in a general w.ay, ; h.e Jia.d..not. intended to be precise"as to the* time." Lettur 1'ubUsJuxl MacArthur sent the VFW convention last August a letter dealing with Formosa; The letter was given to newsmen in advance but Mr. Truman ordered MacArthur to withdraw it. The General did but the letter was published widely anyhow.' Mr. Truman's statement yesterday that he had been considering Mac Arthur's dismissal for about a year brought demands on capi- iol hill for widening the Senate inquiry into MacArthur's ouster. Senator Bridges (H-NH) said t h a t it "raises a number of new issues" for the investigation. Itepubliran Overthrow Mr. Truman also told his news conference yesterday the Republicans are trying to overthrow the foreign. policy of the United States. This brought a retort from Sen(Continued on pape four) Bureau May Ease Temporary Hold On Wage Ceiling WASHINGTON. May IS l.'Pi -The government today may start punching holes in ils temporary dike on wages. The Wage Stabilization · Board IWSH) was reported ready to approve most, or all, of an 11-cent average hourly .wage increase .for 220,000 meat packing house work- This would break ' the existing ten per cent limit on pay increases over the January. 1050 levels. Packing house workers got almost a full ten per cent increase last Au- KUSI. It was indicated, too, the board may act soon to approve a four- cent hourly "productivity" pay boost for more than 500,000 Cio auto workers union members. This also would be an exception to the ten per cent limit. ' These and other cases may lead the wage board to retreat to a new mill more generous overall wage ceiling. In many of the hundred? of ceiling;piercinR cases awaiting hoard approval, employers have joined the unions in asking an OK fur higher than ten per ceift. in- ci cases. COTTON .MARKET nurtesv H. T. Hnnvrr Co.) High Low (,'lrM 39.05 38.88 ,18.88 . ^8.9H 38.80 .18.77 45.34' 45.20 4.V32-31 :tD,65 39.47 ' 39.48 39.12 38.98 38.98 July 38.46 38.36 38.35-36 Ort. 36.35 36.25' 36.1fi-23 Mar. May July Oct. Dei' New New Las Crucen, Denied Doctor Of Choice, Attacks Hospital, Seeks ToTakeCase To Court Branding the methods and practices employed in taking over the city-county hospital here by the Dona Ana county JVledical society as typical of the ''high handed methods" employed by the American Medical association over the nation, a local citizen denied the privilege of having her own doctor if she entered the hospital took off the kid gloves in discussing the hospital situation here today. · . . , - - -- . ··· "If the'Kraml jury fails (to clear p 'O 1 ll. I U I' t llc '- s i tlla U° I! )'" sno sail! - " nml brilCGS USlBOpaifl I ""^ " m»"uU°ry ll.»t the hos- Denies Hospital Head's Statement pital board follow the state statutes as outlined by Attorney Gcn- eral Joe Martinez, there tipps:ir:i hut one step remaining- to be taken. to it IT WAS HOT enough in Brooklyn to will the famous tree, but these.two-canine pals solved their problem of irrigating their parched tonsils by lending a helping back to each other at the Dean Street playground drinking' fountain. "Smartest hounds in the world," says Lew Miller, their owner. (International Soundphoto) Enthusiasm Marks Opening Of AM Grid Ticket Drive Border Patrol Training School Sei For AM Despite furious efforts to retain the Border Patrol school in K\ Paso, Te v .as Immigration Service officials today announced the school will bo moved to New Mexico A£M college. The move was made necessary by growth of the program, which overran available space "in El Paso. A new school being built for the Border Patrol program has been delayed by unappropriated Congressional funds. Since many men in the school vice' feels low cost housing -ind hoarding should be made available. These facilities are 'available at the college. ' ' The first two month term of the school will open at. AM May 2S. when 140 fledgling trainees will t a k e part in the course. Henry M. Elackwell. regional U. Ej .Immigration official, will direct the course. The drive to bring the .school here, was-launched hy Lhe Mesilla Valley Chamber of Commerce, with Seaborn Collins, retiring president, spearheading the effort. Approximately 700 season tickets to Uic Aggie football games were sold in blocks of from 10 to 50 and another 300 tickets were placed in the hands of individuals willing to make every effort tn sell them at the meeting of the Dona Ana County Aggie rluh here Thursday night. Approximately fiS were in attendance at the meeting where plenty of Interest and enthusiasm prevailed and hopes are entertained" that before the present campaign is completed that" from 2,000 to '2,500 resci'ved season tickets can and will be purchased. Firs) ;"(! Tickets Ed Whitficld of the Whitfield Transportation company, was the first to volunteer to purchase [ block 'of some 50 tickets. Ras j Mayfield, president of the Dona j Ana county club, also took 50 to take and paid for from 10 to 50 reserved seats. Others present accepted more than 300 of Uie tickets and obligated themselves to sell these tickets. In the event they can't or rtonlf-they can return them. Reserved seat tickets purchased in a. block and paid for, of course, are those of the purchaser and arc not to be returned. The purchasers are to sell, use or give i them away as they sec fit. Five Home Gumes The' reserved s^eat season tickets, of course, arc good for the. five (Continued on page four) J)r. · Paul 8.- Jones, o.slei»[Nittiic physician wha has lutcn in the center of the hospital controversy here, lo-shetl out today against morifU General hospital's adiniui^- t rut Ion. A denial by Harry Milter, hi pital administrator, that Animcah College, nf Surgcun standards Uls- selmlmite against osteopaths wiis mndu "with very little forethought and apparently without any hnm\ l - h-dge of the history (if the Amerl- fiin College of Surgeons," Ir. Jones suit:. The hospital advisory board has adopted standards of the American College of Surgeons. In a public statement .this week administrator Miller said these standards do not discriminate agninst the osteopath. Are Discriminatory Dr. Jones today said the standards are discriminatory. In 1928." he said, "the college adopted this standard for hospitals seeking approval of the college: 'Osteopathic physicians and {Continued on page six) Philosopher Urges Self-Love Over Worry For Neighbors LONDON, May IS (/Pi -- Never mind thy neighbor! Love thyself! So says Nofcel-prize winning philosopher Bertram! Russell -turned 79 today: This rule may not exemplify good will toward men. But - - - says Kiissell --- one must follow it if there is to be peace on earth. If man is to resolve the internal conflict that rages 'within himself, Russell says, he must follow a path of .sheer self-interest. His solution: "Not to love your neighbor like yourself, but love yourself." "A man who is not at peace with himself cannot be at peace with his fellows." Russell declared. Quietly at work In his Victorian home al Richmond near the river Thames, the sprightly philosopher leads much the same daily i online as in the days of horse cabs. "Bui I don't find it difficult to adjust my mind to the changing world," 'he said. "The hlarlt death was much worse than the atom bomb." "All that's needed now is for mnn to learn the lesson of living j m the toniforlablc, modern wot I d ; scientists have helped provide." MKAT IMIOI1K STATITl.'!) ALBUQUERQUE. Mny i7 Wi The Office of Prico Stahilir.alion today started to Investigate ao'ui- 100 New Mexico meat sl.iURhterera who may be killing livestock Illc- gn«y. i Business Group Hospital administrator Harry Miller, she pointed ,.ut, in :i statement in lhe I£l I'SoO Hern!'! Post Tucsrlay sniti, if lit 1 is quoted correctly, "tbe hospital cnnn-j: ndmil j or discluivpc a patient. T\VM i.s up I to the attending; physician." \Mi».t !)i'es He .Mi-uh? But i;i a statement atlribt.Uii to hdmir.islrator Miller and :ip- i penring in the El PHSO Times ( ! Thursday, lie said "Neither thu j American Medical association tho American College of Surqe'jii.-i, .icr the American Hospital associalion dictates the policies of this hospital or any other hospital. "This hospital, like .:v«r;/ other hospital, regardless of ownership, is Under the direction of a gDvjin- ing body with supreme authority. In this case the go'vernir.^ ''oily is the hospital's board of directors." "Just what does lip mean .ind which statement does lie mean," the,citizen asked. IJenliMl O«ii Doctor Cqntimttng;. -she said "1 went to t Continued on page .six) Replacement Health Officer For Dr. Ehlers Not Found Eleven Killed In Pennsylvania Rail Streamliner Crash r\ r i it n 1 Of All Controls BHYN MAWR. Pa.. May IS I/Pi -- Majot^ G. A. McLaugblin, lower Mcrion township police superintendent, said 11 persons are know to have been Killed in the crash of two famed Pennsylvania railroad trains today. Authoritative reports said at. least GO others were injured, eight of them seriously. l''ive bodies were taken from the wreckage of the Pittsburgh- Philadelphia night express and the Red Arrow, bound from Detroit Lo Nc-w York. Another was i c p o i t e d to have been located in the debris. The Red Arrow plowed into the rear of the stopped night express at 6:38 a. m., a short distance west of the station heru. A spokesman for the PUR said the ID-car Philadelphia night express had been halted on H signal indicating that something might be dragging under t h e train. H was while Ihe crew was trying to detect the drag that the Red Arrow smashed-into the rear car -- a sleeping car from Cleveland. 0.. -- telescoping it and splitting it in half. This car-- the "Paplarvale" ~ had a sleeping capacity of 1 21, ihc had not been determined how many passengers actually were there. Dr. James \V. Scott, MD, state health director who discharged district health officer, Dr. R. G. M. Ehlers last ,wcek, said today he "doesn't know" when a replnce- .ment for Doctor Ehlers will ln- avallable to fill the post. Dor tor Ehlers. who has been district health officer in Las Cru- ec.'i for several years, was dicharg- cd because he had no state practicing license, Scott Stated. Ehlers said he had been noting in an official capacity as the district's health official for the past three and one-half years w i t h o u t the required license and no previous complaints had been registered. Statutes of ?Iew Mexico provide the district health officer must have a medical license, but a contradictory statute prohibits him from practicing .medicine. Doctor Scott, a holdover appointee from a previous Democratic administration, said the merit system would be used to determine if a replacement could be found fur Doctor Ehlers. Thu former district h e a l t h officer is a registered Republican. FJiUKD Ol- 1 CO.VTKMIT WASHINGTON, May 17 Lit .... Dr. Joseph \V. Weinbcrg. the ".Scientist X" who figured in investigations of atomic spying, was freed today of contempt of court charges. Chinese Launch Human Wave Korean Assault JSy OLEX CLKMKNTS TOKYO. Saturday. May m--i.-Tij -- Tmppcul elements of an A m e n - ! can division fought south t h r o u g h ! massed Chinese in east-cenlral Korea Friday an the Reds presseU a gigantic offensive nn the entire.! front with callous disregard l o r ' the s l a u g h t e r of their own men. Tlic thousands of Communist losses were staggering^ hut by sheer weigl;t of numbers the Red.s were pushing back thu U. N. lines across Koren and l;;:d gained us much as 20 miles in three days of bloody attack. In the west, Red columns reached within JO miles of Seoul. Fighting raged on both the eastern and northern approaches lo the old j South Korean capital. j C'nisJi ThruUKli ; Urn-respondent.William C. LJani- j a rd on the east-centra I front re-! ported t h a t the American elements j which had been "in great I r o n - i blc" had crashed through infiltrating Chinese' to their rear. S Two South Korean units were' badly mauled. It was the foklup f of the South Koreans that exposed i the right f l u n k of the Americans.! The t h r e a t e i e d U. S. i n f a n t r y m e n ! piled up the Reds with machinegnn j fire. One office]-, said: ·"] H u n k ! most of these Chinese are doped. | They wade right through mnehine- un fire or artillery fire." A .spectacular ;irtillery ha r rage helped DHL- unit escape through j the Chinese block. Thu big guns j ringed the Americans as they | moved south and held (he Chinese j at bay. | llulil Vina ; Other elements of the American division were holding f i r m . It was not clear from closely _ censored field re ports whether tho hole through which the Chinese were pouring had been plugged. Across the f l a m i n g waiTront the Communists pressed forward in h u m a n sea waves despite' massed Allied a r t i l l e r y fire and scaring air (Continued on page sis) * Russia Informally Seeks New Peace With U. S. Grand Jurors Issue Report Find School Superintendent's Office In 'Deplorable' Form One Indictment Returned Before Body Adjourns .S TdliC. Credit. l\r Ruin In Plains Sidles I J K N V K K . M n y ' 8 |:/7V -- Tin- f i r m hire;! by New Me.xloo ranchers and .farmers (» increase rain has t a k e n credit For spivaU- Ing Urn downpours of the lust fi'u' days over a \vliln urea of Ilu plains states. I'liul KiM-h, vler president «f Uic \Vnter Ki'suurri'.i Development Corp., also Inllmnli'd Itinil storms might have mused much mure t r o u b l e had mil his linn liecn Jietlvc. "If we hadn't been seeding," hr drclarcJ. "tbe rain would nol 0. N. Assembly Votes Embargo LONDON. May IS LV -- In- · formed diplomats in London .said; today Russia has iiifnrnuilly H i i g - j gcsted to the United Stales t l m i j there be new t a l k s aimed at end- j ing the Korean war ami a Far ICaste.ru .se.iiluim'iiL. The in forma ills - who ran Iju of both Kast iiml Wc-st SHU! Ihi- i n i t i a l American reaction WHS cool. The sources said as far as they am nwm'n I tie. Russians have introduced no new proposals fur n settlement. But the fact of a Russian a p ( proach, they .specula.! ed, could mean: Communist resources are heing strained by the inconclusive- Korean war. Alternatively the Red.-! m i g h t have been trying lo bluni. American delei munition Lo rail for n i l - j ilitionnl measures agahiMl Red I China by the United Nation.-:. ! A m e i i c n n officials a p p a r e n t l y , were inclined lo distrust lho -Sov- ' id movi! as just this soit of m a - 1 ·jeiiver. . . WASHINCTOTsYMay IS. WPi The Nntional_Association of Manufacturers ( N A M ) today demanded removal of all wage-price controls. It accused President Truman of seeking dictatorial home- front mobilization powers. A CIO official called for "a stricter price control law." A former "fair deal" .senator, Scott W. Lucas of Illinois, now representing; a group of automobile finance companies.- charged- that the administration of consumer crqdit controls is "unfair and unwound." Meat industry .spokesman continued to hninmo.v away at their contention thftl (he government beef pite.e rollback plan will result in diminishing .supplies anil ration- The new Wage Stabilization Board was reported i early to punch .some holes In the pay-control dike. And the leaders of 57 major civilian industries were called tn meet today lo discuss the National Production Authorty i N P A i gov- einment plan to cut their nietnl supplies by flO to 35 per cent below pic-Korea levels. The proposed cuts wore announced only yester- fifty. Huge Parade Today Climaxes City's Week-Long Tribute To Armed Forces Thousands uf southern New Mexicans lined the streets of Las Cruccs this afternoon to get a glimpse of the military might of the nation on display for Armed Forces Day. 1 ' Flags fluttered from, stalfrf in front of business houses to cole- brute the day paying homage o the members of fighting forces here and abroad. The mile-long parade, which not underway shortly after 2:30 p. m., was headed by the Fort Bliss army brim I nnd a color guard. Km: Army Units Five u n i t s of U. S. army men followed the band in the first contingent, followed by U. S. N a v a l ; forces from White Sands Proving j Ground. Included in the military ; g r o u p were National Guardsmen crans of Foreign Wars. Disitbli'd American Veterans and other groups marched in the parade. Civilian Groups A band from the Las Cnicus Union high school preceded the thiid group, r n n K i H t l n g of various civilian groups and Boy and Girl scouts. Each of the military-type bunds counter marched at the corner of Organ and Main street. Preceding the piirade a .flight of two F-flG Subcrjcl Air Fnif:c fighters swnoprd over tin: city with an crrie scream hcnildmg the Armed FOITPI !)ay parade-. Low-Flying Bomber Smybolic of the close of Armed Forces Week in La.s Cruces will be the appearance nt 7 a. in. Sat- unla.v of ft B-liO bomber flying low over the city. At White Sands Proving Ground. find organized reserve members. The second contingent, of the gigantic parade was tuvulcd by the Now Mexico AM college R O T C l n n InvlUtlonnl reception and mill band with Reserve Officers follow-1 tnry bnll will follow-Open Iloimo ing. Foot u n i t s nnd mobile e q u i p - 1 al the base, during which conduct* ment wfts continued in both groups, i ed tours of the I n s i n u a t i o n w i l l he Veterans' organizations c o n s i s t - j mado nt 9 and 10 a. m.. Saturday, ing of the American Legion, Vet- | OUtVr phases of the t,as Ciuccs cluded A r m e d Foives week ha talks lo many local org.-tnir.alions by White Sands and New Mi-xicd AM ROTC m i l i t a r y personnel. Films have been suown to county school children, and downtown thc.itur.s have ncrceiicd "The Fighting Lnity," the story nf iin n i r - crafl carrier. Window display* have, been piest-nted in .seven 1 downtown stores. Radio station KOBE presented two radio programs during the week, broadcasting a network (Inscription of the f i r s t V-2 nwkcl fired al White S.inds and .1 musical salute to the Armed Forces. A highlight in" today's celobra- t l n r t mid Ihi; elly's inosl peimaiient 1PM tribute is t h e Junior ChamhiM of Com me i re Srrvlremon's club, which will be opened in rerenion- len 11L ·! p, m. todny. Col. (;. (i. Kddy. While Hands Provliif, ("! round commander, cut the ribbon In ceremonies ma rid UK lho club's o f f l c i n l opening, Jnycec work on the project wan Ii ended by Howard Klein and Rnbcil Tear- nun. NEW Y O R K , May IS I.Ti - The United Nation Assembly today voted an arms embargo against Cominunisi Chir.a In an e f f o i t t o ! r.ut off strategic materials reach- I ing the Reds from the free world. The vote was -17 to 0. TIu- .Soviet bloc asked tu be ie- cunk'd :is not purlicipaluiH- Nations abstaining w«ie Afghanistan, Burnui, Egypt, Indlii, Indonesia. Piiltistiin, Sweden and Syria. Already Kinlmrgo Most ..-oimlries otUsidt the aim- munlst sphere already have halted shipments t'.) the IVipinp- regime, bul sponsors of t h e embargo measure hoped it would plug loopholes nnd shut off shipment:; entirely. I H was also intended UK another | moral judgement against the Chi- ncfft Heels. Russia's .Iitcot; A. Malik and representatives heie tf four Soviet sati'llilu countrlc.s contested tho le- | gality of tin; Assembly's ni'Llon j and t h u s clenrly .ndicated they j wuiiltl r e f u s e to eompty. This h a i l ' been expected. J t w o reiis'm.s: Ii lepresrnls the f'ir:;l Lime the U. N. hns attempted to apply economic Haiiclion.s n.i ;t weapon lo slop aggression; it may open the w f i y al a l a t e r stage fnr more .severe measure:; suuh .is ;i naval blockade. Kurs Anns The heart of the los'jhuion i'; a ; ])aia[4raph calling upon IT.N. m-'iii- | bcrji and non-menibcrs lo e i n h n i ^ o . shipmcnl "nf arms. a m u u i n l t i - K i , ' and i m p l e m e n t s nf w-nr. a l t i . n i c , sportation matei iais nf slruU'^U* I value mid Hems useful in i h e ]rn-'. ductiiin uf amis, a m m u n i t i o n anil Implements of w«r." H w d u h l ^apply tit areas under either IViping or N'o: 111 Korean control. A It bough decisions 01" ' lie. Assembly are ivcommenilaLiuns ' i l l y ' and are nol binding, v i r t u a l l y a l l j i n e m b e i H have declared t h e y would i romply w i t h the me.;u:ui i' :iS :i nidi - i al obli^niion. Thn Sovicl eountiie.-,. f made no .such imdcrlakin,;. I Malik nrgiii-il lie cmi.iidei e I Hi-i Assembly iiu'cmpeten!. tn .leal u i i h ' lliu qui'siion. Official Greeters ; To Meet Tourists ; Entering Stale ; SANTA VK. Mny IS i/Ti I Toinisl.-. i-nlrrlni; Ni-w H..-MCII till.-. | year iin- R.ilni; I" I - ; srci-li-il hy u n i l i i i i n c i l hon.sl.'.rs ol' lhe .--lute. K.'vrmic Uiirciiii (JvHiiiuisaiom-i i;iiiiilL-.s Onrlett IK planning; to put cmployi-cH of Hie j^ft'.o 1 ;; polls of r n t r y Into n n n i f o i i i i of blnck .-·lillt.-!. bliick i-nps, t:m iroust-rs, nnd It w.-Kti'in-Htylu t i y n.- ML-.-liei- chnif. I'lllll, lit least, is lho t u i i f o i i l ) hi thr nw.st popular !.;i;fi of slteU'ili's whii-h Coilelt Khuwoil Covnnoi Eilwin Mm-hrni y.-steniay. Tin- i'mt.i w;ll mil t i o i r i n u e * u l - lei-liou c,f llin state's inli-l.i.-'o tnx on u u t - o f - R l a l e tmcU:i. That d u t y w i l l 1": tran.-.ftneil t,i t'l.- (j-^-'-il"" tax (livisln:! in t h f ? Hi*:- f u t u r e under it teoi K!inl7.iitlon plan ^;'iu,; ,nto ul frill. Itr.l) CASI.IAI.TIKS I I K i l l WASIIINliTON, Mliy 18 i.T 'I'll.: A r m y today I'.-uimal.-d Coui- nuinlHt IOHHOS In Koioa at DOI.7S$ throiiRh May 7. Tlila la 11.Ian mni« thnn wn.i rcpnitcil Ihiotifili April One indictment was tinned in by the Dona Aiia county Grand Jury today as thu group turned in n report tu Dial. Judge Edwin Swope at 2:03 p. m. The name of the person indicted will not he made public until the person is served with a warrant. However, bond was set at J1.500. 1 The grand jury in its report said the county school superintendent';! office is in a "deplorable financial condition." The investigative body saJil to- tnl anticipated overcxpcdltmo of the school office will.be about $43,000. Due Tn Onllfrntlmix - \ This is due to obligations incurred by the former Dona A na county School Superlml- ent. The gninil jury further stated that "we have found a practice in the superintendent's office of purchasing supplies for* persona 1 use of certain em- ployes in order to obtain n discount on such - items. A jury committee appointed to inspect into conditions at the Memorial General hospital found, unions other things. t h a t it i.s "conducted in a most efficient manner." . Tm MIDI)* KniploycH "However." the Rrand jury report continues, "there ap- pea rs to be n n excess of *' m - ployes on the hospltn) operating staff. "Accounts receivable (at thr. hospital) amount to npnrus- imntoly S2;t.OOO . . . "Wo f i n d thci-c in a shurtagu nf original hospital supplier, and equipment. · · · "Lubomtory facilities In t h e hospital Imve never been opened for use . . . .were t h e labor- a t o r y opened and operated it would increase income of t h e hospital considerably. "Accusnllon hy certain citizens of this community, that the administrator of the. hospital ban in the past denied ad- mi ttunce to persona without a $50 deposit arc wholly unfounded . . . ." "That the citizens of this L-oimmmiLy abstain from r r r l i r i - ,sm when there i.s no basis for .such criticism, and an el fort be niiidf hy all the dtl/.cnu t- proiiintf! t h e welfare of n r n l biinst our hospital." Tbe. grand jury also ;;ald thai t l i n litispitnl bnurd of i l i r o d o i j is Jiistifloil in nqt lowertn:,' m i n i m u m ,'itnndnrds pnn-idin,; for qualifications of staff m«m- hiir.H at this tiiuo bcuauso H mn, 1 Jeiipordize fthlcrul fund.';. The J u r y aaid it believed Lhi t m a t t e r ihcmM bo det'-nnin^i by a rourt of law or adjusted un a .st:»U level. N a v a j u s To Apjjly For Police Posts W I N D O W ROCK. May IS i.n - - l'"iiliil arriingomchta have been romploted on receiving applica- lioiis from nu'inbeis of th« NuV- ajo tribe for po-sts on thu N«-,v Mcxiiii) Stuh! Policr force, accolil- inj; En an announcement tod:iy from assistant urcn director Walter OLsen. Olsril said applieationM from Nn- vnjn men will bo accepted at I h n State Police headquarters cir in \\'indow Rock. AppllfHiU.1 will tin screened by Chief of Police Joo lioach in picpnraiion for it month lung notice school yche-duled in J u l y . PAV YOUR NEWS- PAPERBOY REGULARLY AND DON'T AlAkE. HIM CALLBACK... ,T,VJ rA"/LY/tV*/

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