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10-C-THE FRESNO BEE Fresn °' c » l ' Th TM-' Nov . 2 ?' 195 ? Czech Member Of Truce Team Shoots Himself By Mi|o Farneti INCHON, Korea--AP -Lieutenant Colonel Vojtech Bagda, a Communist Czech truce inspection officer, apparently shot and seriously wounded himself today a few hours before his scheduled departure for North Korea or another South Korean port of entry. One American officer said he understood the shooting might have been accidental. He said another Czech colonel reportedly was in Bagda's room as he packed a suitcase. Termed Accident "I understand the gun went off accidentally while he was packing a bag," the officer said. The wounded man was taken aboard a United States hospital ship where his condition is described as serious but not critical. American authorities are unable to explain why Bagda had a loaded pistol in South Korea since members of neutral inspection teams are forbidden to carry firearms, . Suicide Speculation Arises I There was some speculation the colonel might have tried to commit suicide rather than KO back to North Korea and the Communists. The American spokesman did not say so definitely but indicated it is his opinion this was not the case. He said Bagda might have teen going back to North Korea, but he could have been headed for one of five other military ports of entry used by the allies' in South Korea. Neutral teams check the flow of men and material into both North and South Korea to sec armistice terms are not violated. Brothers Receive Terms For Fraud SAN PEDRO -- AP -- Two brothers, Richard and Donald Mehegan, have been sentenced 1o six months in the county jail for illegally collecting 52,661 in state unemployment insurance funds. Richard, 21, and Donald, 22, both of Manhattan Beach, were sentenced yesterday in the San Pedro Municipal Court by Judge Bernard Lawler. The judge ordered Richard to rppay Si.254 to t h p state and Donald to return $1.407. A state insurance investigator said the funds, collected in the past three and a half years, constituted one of the largest de- fraudings in the history of the state Unemployment Insurance Act. The Mehegans, who are members of the ILWU Sh»p Sealers and Painters Local 56, were Obituaries Manuel Santos Funeral services for Manuel Santos, 67, of Route 1, Box 243, Caruthers, will be held Saturday at 9 AM in St. Alphonsus' Catholic Church with interment in the Holy Cross Cemetery, The rosary will be recited at 8 PM tomorrow in the Fresno Funeral Chapel. Santos, who died Tuesday in his home, was a native of Wildflower and lived in Caruthers nine years. He worked as'a land leveler. His survivors include his widow, Otilia; a brother, Frank of Fresno.. and a sister, Mrs. Mary Santos of Ripon. Mrs. Margaret Kelly A requiem mass will be celebrated for Mrs. Margaret B. Kelly, SO, of 731 Dudley Avenue at 9 AM tomorrow in St. Therese's Catholic Church. Interment will be in the Holy Cross Cemetery in Los Ange- less. Mrs. Kelly died yesterday in a local hospital. She had lived in Fresno for 10 years. She was a native of Baltimore, Md. Surviving her are a daughter, Mrs. Margaret Hamilton of Fresno; a son, Edward of Santa Monica; a brother, James McCoy of South Gate, and a sister, Mrs. Mary Wilson of Nebraska. The rosary will be recited at ':30 o'clock tonight in the chapel of Sullivan. Burns Blair, Funeral Directors. Big Voice Station Mutes Red Radio In West Europe By Clarke Beach ' NEW YORK -- AP -- One of Russia's biggest broadcasting operations has been all but wrecked by the new Voice Of Americxi long wave transmitter in Munich. '' Radio MLoscow used to spread its whopping fibs by Jong wave radio for 1/KiD miles through all Europe down' to the Pyrenees each night. Now that program cannot be heard : more than 200 miles west of Mor.cow. The powerful Munich station captured ' the \air, from Yugoslavia to Denmark when it commenced operations! August 15th, It is twice as sprang as Radio Moscow and broadcasts on the NEW CARRIER JET--The navy's Skyray, a new bat like jet interceptor, is catapulted from the.aircraft carrier Coral Sea during evaluation tests in the Atlantic. Thomas B. Holland Funeral services will be held Friday at 11:30 AM in the Lisle Funeral Chapel for Thomas B. Holland, 56, of 1732 Terrace Avenue, a machinist for the Strawberry Mines. Holland died in a local hospital yesterday after a brief illness. He had Jjved in Fresno for five years. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Ann Holland; a son, Thomas B. Holland, Jr., of Sacramento; a d a u g h t e r , Mrs. Pauline Wanda Vigario of Han English Teacher Warns Against Infiltering Reds LOS ANGELES--AP--A re| port to be considered this week by the National' Council of T e a c h e r s of English says, "schools and colleges of the nation must be on guard against Communism and also against persons who use the fear of Communism as a pretext for violet attacks on the American educational system." The council's forty third annual convention is meeting here t h r o u g h Saturday. Loretta Scheerer of the Redondo Beach High Srhiol convention chair- ford; his mother, Mrs. Joanna man. said a special committee Stevenson of Arkansas; threeiwhich has been studying the sub"" " " ~ ject for years will advise m a final report: 'Communist party doctrine, half brothers, W. N., Baxter and Wingo Stevenson all of Arkansas; six half sisters, Mrs. Gussie Yarbroush and Mrs. Hal Barnes of Texas, Mrs. J. D. Riley, Helen Stevenson and Mrs. Lydia Ryan, all ' of Arkansas, and Mrs. Howard Ames must be resisted resolutely at! them, all points by eaeh one of us. Defense Units Must Pay State Taxes On Liquor WASHINGTON -- AP --The defense department says it will require liquor sold in officers messes be bought from state authorities in those s t a t e s where liquor distribution is a state monopoly. Assistant Secretary of Defense John Hannah explained the department aims to meet criticisms that military messes can avoid the payment of state and local taxes on liquor. He said arrangements will have to be worked out with the non monopoly states to t a k e care of tax payments in those areas. Hannah s a i d congressional advice will be sought on the question of whether sales of liquor by the bottle should be eliminated in military messes. There have been complaints by retail liquor dealers the bottle sales are unfair competition for "If a person wishes to espouse Communism, Fascism or _ . _ _ _ any other 'ism." he should be of Oklahoma; and two grand- free to do so; to exercise, too, children. !his right to be a martyr and Interment will be in the Bel-' perhaps even to suffer death for mont Memorial Park. his ideas. 'But this freedom does not in itself include any right to teach 0eorqe Klaus Funeral services for George in our schools arid colleges, Klaus. 75, of 2154 Lotus Avenue,'Whose purpose is to inculcate "., --»,--,,,! ,,,,,,!,;.,,, ^i^« ^TM i f a i t h in our institutions and to a retired packing plant nlnvp aw fne^aslcy Klaus, a native of Russia, died i \ J . « M O , CV I ( « L I % V _ v*. J v u o o i t t i v*i^*^ . i I yesterday in a local hospital fol-j human mind. nl . in our institutions hv! promote a society of free peo- pie, not to assist a totalitarianism that seeks to enslave the charged with the illegal collect grandchildren, tions last October 28th. Theyj pleaded not guilty November' 3rd, but reversed their pleas six days later. lowing a long illness. He lived in Fresno for 40 years and was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Surviving him arc five sons, Henry of Crockett, Jack and Phillip of Fresno, George, Jr., of Kerman and Alex of Portland, Ore.; a daughter, Mrs. Edward Benzler of Fresno; 18 grandchildren and five great - c - old Elizabeth Greets 2,000 Children In Jamaica Visit Bv Ben F. Meyer KINGSTON, Jamaica-- AP -Queen Elizabeth II today reviewed a military parade and greeted 2,000 school children in colorful ceremonies marking snijfhv the second day of the royal visit to this British rum and sugar i The c h i l d r e n waited four sbreast in 16 rows on the length of the cricket field in Kingston's Sabina Park for the queen and thf duke of Edinburgh. · Proudest youngster of them nil was Barbara Lee Wars. -15, who thanked the queen "for the great delight you have given the children of Jamaica." She presented an array of Jamaican handicraft products to the royal couple as a token on "the loyalty and affection which all the people of this island feel for you and his rciyal highness." A tour of Kingston and a for- Civil War Veteran, 106, Suffers Cold DULUTH, Minn,--UP--Albert Woolson, 106, who survived the] cannonading and shower o f l r " Minic balls at Gettysburg and is the last remaining Union soldier, is winning a battle with a "touch of bronchitis and pneumonia." Woolson played the drums for Union troops as they repulsed the charges of Confederate cav- ';e the back of the War offensive. '111 advised opponents of Communism, or insidious enemies of our schools and colleges, seek to exploit the dangers of Communism as an excuse for opposing any ideas which they do not like. "Such persons may label as Communistic any changes whatsoever in methods of teaching. They will use attacks on Communism as a means of making an easy living or gaining notoriety and power." In charge of the proceedings will be the council president, Harlen M. Adams, dean of the Chico State College. Freeway Suit Is Filed By State The state department of public works has filed condemnation proceedings in the superior court seeking to have prices set on 19 parcels of land needed for the D Street freeway. The properties are located between Ventura Avenue and Tehama Streei. The owners and others named as defendants because they have some interest in the parcels are as follows: Chrlfillno T. Kourafas, John P. Gav- rllls. Ceoi-pe Br Oiwrllis. Edna P. Petropulos, Stella Vlahlotis. Frank Marifltran- tuono. corporation or America. Bank of America savanna Green, Bill Bazuik, H. E. Hobbi. Robert E. DeVaul. S. H. Bullock L. J. Allen. Joncrih Elancato, Lncaj Blancalo. Lucy Kovaccvlch, Mar- rlo Rontr'.l Antonio B«rtolanr.l, John Doticlaj Short. Harvey short and Edward P. Bannon. Garabcd BaKdad. Rohp«t BouTM. Joe Slice O J Yurk. Christina Scheldt. . _ John' P. Scll?lJ:, M. Yamasanll, First'!,:.. Metlwdu- Epl.itopat Church of Fresno, P""" GI STUFFING-- Private First Class Donald Frisch, left, 250 a son of Mr", and Mrs. John Frisch of 2118 Bardell Street, miles east of Mu.uSich to 200 miles west of' Moscow is a kind of no man's air. Interference from the two. stations prevents understandable speech' .reception from either. ' ', Ixses Large Audieuce It is a big loss to the Soviets. They used that program lor one of their heaviest propaganda operations. They could count on a large audience since long wave is popular in northern Europe. Most sets there receive long wave radio as well as medium or standard, as it is called in the United States. The United States had no long wave stations until she opened the one in Munich. Now during r the day it can broadcast for 400 to 500 miles through Europe, reaching a large part of the Soviet satellite audience. Since Radio Moscow also is effective during the day only for 400 to 500 miles, it does not interfere with VOA's daytime programs. Interfere 250 Miles To East At night the Munich long wave transmitter can be heard for about 250 miles to the east, where Radio Moscow begins toi interfere. Since long wave rides ton Hilton, 19, of 2442 Lily Ave- MorTMu-f"'rJ5 "Ts"in"the Fresno! the air in all directions, instead ];nuc was arrested as a petit j county General Hospital with a of being focused as the VOA's {-theft suspect by Deputy Slier-; possjb!e 1)rain concuss ion and medium and short wave broad- '" '-- -J '"--'·-· -casts are, it can be heard at night north, south and west for about 1,500 to 1,700 miles. The VOA does nol consider this a jamming operation. When you jam you simply broadcast 'noise on the frequency you want, with' the purpose of ruining somebody's program. Mu- ,._.,,,,,,,, ,,,, , _.,, nich broadcasts a program, not t , ?aret B a i eSi 1105-1107 Fulton -rresno, prepares me .·SIU.MUIJ; jor it i uaiirtSKivmg Luin.ey in a mess hall of the 130th Infantry of the 44th Division in .Fort Lewis, Wash, C i t y N e w s I n B r i e Bicycle Is Taken-- W. A. Carter of 2032 Michigan Avenue reported a bicycle was stolen from the Sacred Heart School. Klk's Attention! Family Night dinner tomorrow night, Fri,; 6 to 9 PM. Excellent prime rib, steak, chicken, most every kind oE fish dinners. All Elks, their families and friends invited. (fldv Canvas Cooler Covers for winter protection-- stop drafts-- isave fuels. We measure and install. Tailored to fit. Fresno 'Tent and Awning. "Snow's IPlace," 3464 McKenzie. 4-4665. Glenn Miller records -- "Limited edition" on 45 or L. P. $24.95. Lay-away Plan for Christmas, Schilling Music Co. Ph. 3-3517. ._ ·- (adv. Meld For Theft-Robert Clay- Pair Is JaiJed -- Joe Rodriguez, 35, of 1337 Tulare Street was treated for a cut or. the right hand after he was involved in a fight with Mario Sanchez, 34, of the same address, early today. Both were jailed by the police, who reported they are in tills country illegally. Tomorrow Is The Day! Turpin's "Gift Parade of the Nation's" opens then. Don't miss it! 1028 No. Fulton. (adv. Baby Shoes bronzed for Xmas. Sam's Renaull, 1928 Mariposa. (adv Eastern Bluepoint Oysters served 6 on the half shell, Fred Boyd's Hi Life, Princeton and Moroa. , (adv. Fall Injures Man -- Edward Defense Aide f-i Makes Tri|T Continued From P*ge 1-C' ; which the ship was .operating so soon after completing com.-, bit duties in Korean waters..'.. ". Sails At Lower Speed - . For instance, the ship sailed' at 17 knots rather than at its- top speed of 32 knots because the lower speed had been determined to be the most economic for fuel consumption," he said. · "The ship's officers t9ld us the entire navy is operating under strict budget limitations." ' . · " The New Jersey p a s s"e;d through the canal locks November 9th and Smitli recalls with" some amazement how skillfully' I he huge battleship, 108 feef/2' inches wide, was maneuvered" through the narrow lock witft- only eight inches of clearance. "On the first try, the ship became hung up on some.'silt' which had been washed into the^ lock the night before by a tropi-" cal storm and had not. been'dis-* covered by the operators of the' canal," he said. "But we backed off and they d i r e c t e through another lock." · Take Daily Tours ' . The guests were taken!.on' daily tours to various parts.of; the ship while at sea, but in.the-. Canal Zone, they went ashore as guests of Rear Admiral A. ;M. Bledsoe. the commandant'.of !the 15th Naval District, who 'personally acquainte'd t h e ; with the shore facilities. j They went ashore again at Both werc.Guantanamj Bay, Cuba, and . ...u_ _- were shown about the navy in-, stallations by Rear Admiral T. C. Atkeson, the base comma'n-.' j d a n t and a brother of the ! Jersey's captain. ' . | See Gunnery Displays - I Along the Mexican coast, the ship's gunnery crews gave the civilians an exhibition of land .target shooting with five inch ,and 40 millimeter guns. At ("adv. : Guantanamo. a navy plane 'jtcwed a target while the gun- n Ship ovember 14th in Norfolk. "One other thine which im- was the fact the jffs Charles Tigh and Wesley cuts on tnc forehead and the iSmith, who said he admitted:scalp. He suffered the injuries stealing a purse belonging toji 0 ( jay noon when he fell down a 'Gwen Smith of 5a35 Madison,stairway in the hotel at 2623 .Avenue from a ,locker_room inJTulare Street, where he resides. .a skating rink at 4454 North Blackstone Avenue. Superfluous Hair permanent' removed by electrolysis. Mar- merely noise. Kresno Bldg. Office Ph. 2-92S4. It is not polite in diplomatic;_ , circles to jam radio broadcasts.; yii, er ,/ias H o m e Jnsulation. Nearly all counties, includingIpcncstra Steel Windows -- a t __ _. .. the Soviet Union and the Unfted Kt-ndall-Addington, Inc., 265 Di- drastically r e d u c e d R' States, have signed an inter- \-isadero. Ph. 4-3063. (adv.lhaupt's. 1470 North Van I Dry Seasoned Oak Wood, S35 cord "99" Wood and Fuel. Courteous Del. Serv. 3SO No. "H" St. Ph. 3-9955, 2-3497 or 7-2710. (adv. Save $'80 on new TV, floor model. Vic's, 2442 Tulare. (adv. national convention agreeing not to engage in jamming activities. . Jams US Broadcasts Russia,-of course, jams American broadcasts. But she has explained in the United Nations she feels she is justified in doing so to prevent her people from being told a lot of "lies" which is the Russian -word for the VOA's factual reports, often the opposite of Radio Moscow's fables. VOA officials C'ar -Is Burglarized--A suit. Brand New 1953 refrigerators Rusch- Ness, (adv. Tappan Holiday Range on dis- a co-.l and a shirt with a totar p ] a y R ]\ t hj s W cek- at Sun Maid value of SI05 were stolen from -furniture, 1027 Broadway. Be an. automobile belonging to C. J Waiker of 467 Thesta Street while the car was parked at Jensen and North Avenues. Taking Vitamins? Take Plen- Kmins! 3 Big Extras. Harpers Pharmacy, 2-5169, 901 Belmont. (adv. sure you see this new modern range. ( a d v . Shop By Phone at College Pharmacy. Fast free delivery. 1429 N. Van Ness. Ph. 3-2127. (adv. Xisei Post Will Meet--Mem- Toastlasters Will Travel-The'bers of the Sierra Nisei Post did not try to a selling job on us for the navy," Smith sairl. 'They did not need to, of course. We saw it all .for ourselves." Smith said he still does not know on what basis he was selected to make the voyage. In addition to' his civil defense duties, however, ho is the chairman of the disaster committee for the Fresno County Chapter of the American Red Cross. Both he and his wife have boon leaders in many civic projects. Population Trend Keeps Moving Into City Areas WASHINGTON -- AP -- A report on population trends today said Americans keep moving into metropolitan areas "at a time when a t o m i c - h warfare could blow, out cities . the Pacific Japanese MrU-,odl.n Episcopal on£. Frank U'onc. Fred \Vor.p. Georcc Wimp. Shell Oil Com- TMr.\ Frut^r * Kiel*cr Company. Fran* Vlck Mm, n Iso Sifs'slnn of the | the MOSCOW :iiurcn. chariM | kJ] OC y C ies when .IUIIK. u^^« was taken to St lasfnight whin th - c - best of him ' Hospital officials said he is in "fairly good condition" although he was given oxygen yesterday because he had some difficulty breathing. Painter, 7, Wins Acclaim Of Parisians By, Rosette Hargrove . PARIS--NEA--The third one mal welcome from the legisla-jboy exhibition of the works o f i ture in the Government House;a 7 year old painter, Claude also are on the program. jOkamoto, is attracting the at jtention of both the public and critics in art conscious Paris. A son of a.Japanese father! and a French mother, Claude was a mere toddler when he painted his first picture -- the! Church of St. Ferdinand desi Ternes, which he could see from the windows of the modest fam-i ily apartment perched high up under the roof. His grandfather and father long have been established in Paris as sculptors of ivory. This child prodigy is nevertheless a normal, healthy youngster, full of fun and high spirits. He goes to the nearby public school. But every day, as leaves you breath fessf Qmimof Ihi greotest norm in VODKA Lronoi'a Vtera, Hattle Ila Robert Harm Transport Un paring to ,, v, L «,,, .i. n wave in Munich. But their ream Mar. Marjarle'chow soning is not hard to figure out. "- '-- All Are In Use All of the long wave frequencies in Europe are in use. This is shown in the records of the European Broadcasting Union. a sort of trade association of European governments engaged Mar. Lillian Jtsn Nnr. Lew Yuen. Josephine Ftisco Paiumho, Vlto Brupett!, J n m r s P. Ryan. Cmwtanza Rampont, ami the Inc. United Motor Fatal Crashes 'Fail To Halt Use Of F89C Scorpipn MADISON, Wis.--UP--Truax Air Force Base pilots will continue to use the FS9C Scorpion, an all weather .let interceptor, despite the crashes of two oj the planes 1n two days. Base Commander Lieutenant Colonel H. W. Shoup said the F39C "definitely will not be grounded" although it is a modified version of the F89 Scorpion, .which was grounded previously because of defects. One F89C crashed into Lake Superior Tuesday while tracking a Canadian C47 which.was off course. The pilot, Second Lieutenant Felix Moncla. Jr., 27, of Moreauville, La., and Radar Observer - ' ' Robert L.; The Fresno club will not to bit:?." The report was prepared by Population Reference Bureau, a p r i v a t e organization, j which said most of the basic came from 1950 census re- Monday. Phone 4-G103 for* breakfast, j attend, lunch or dinner parties. Good! ·food. Y.C Oldo Wishing Well Inn,: 1744 Van Ness.' Tire, Wheel Are Taken -- A j bicycles, mander of the :posl, urged all organized'' members to Ratio Reversed It noted the trend to the ci:irs I has been going on almost with- Scobce's'Bike Shop will b e ' o u t interruption since the evenings and Sundays led States was founded. Since ''from now until Xmas. Schwinn 1900, it observed, the ratio , ; bicycles. 15S3 Palm. Ph. 4-56S3. country and city dwcilers I O P c a I l K u v c t ' l l l l K . J I 1 - ^ ' " ^ - . broadcasting. Naturally, VOA, tire and a wheel were stolen did not choose to encroach on the frequency of an allied gov- logical one to choose was that of n -i · "-"ic- tl^o from an automobile owned by Sam Catanzaritc of 1224 Streets. (adv. . , . _ -Factory authorized, Shelburne's, 1931 Mariposa. (adv. exactly reversed--at the turn of the cerr.tury three out of five lived in the country, in 1950. three cw:t of five lived in cities ernmenf. It was going to have;son Avenue while the ^'M| Custody--The custody,of 2,500 or greater population, to muscle into a frequency used j was parked at Mariposa ana ^i £ '. nejr lwo children and a S100 1 But tiie bureau said the typ- b yan iron curtain country. The c *-°" fc ' - : -' l : u ~- n ^ -i · 1uTfiecnw it was the | Ni Soviet Union's most important,families in Fresno receive The station and would be the hard-!Fresno Bee daily and Sunday^ .monthly support allowance arejical m e t r o p o l i T- i t P - rvn. nf thP s o u g h t by Mrs.' Armande J. changed in shape Eiglit Per Cent of the.,, » . 1 divorc . e complaint.with most development on the ,-,, l-VAcr,,, TM,0 ivo Th« OSSO '1 « T . alVl ' IU %, _ L _ U " ly '., 1 , ,',:,, ..,,,,,! or, ^heAlncconr cliim i m s Cquency 173 3 W. P. Winning. D. D. S. Rm. U . . . . she ' W M ruin her own progarn 2.0G. Anglo Bank Bldg. Practice ·It is difficult and expensive Waited to dentures. (adv. from one frequency to an-; 35 - . p g with ' r i m "and an obsolescent, slum cruefty The couple was mar-! burdened center." ' ricd in Fresno in 1951. Custom Draperies. Free estimates at Daniels' Columbia, 921 Tho Broadway. Ph. 3-2237, Just call. -- l n e ' . (adv. choosing _ . iron Adventist Missionary Bares Church Growth · Second Lieutenant Robert L.,. D D_H»/J. · Wilson, 22, of Ponca City, Okla.,iIn Peru, BohVia Irene C l a r e Christeson in a' accused of cruelty. The couple' was married in Minnesota in 1S44. I Inyo. (adv. Calls Cabinet Session--E. A. It said that during the 19401950 dc«:de Negro city dwellers increased at a greater rate than white. ;is Negroes left the south for oth»sr areas. The greatest regional increase in Negro population was in the west. 1 Cites Kvidence The report cited this evidence that Arrfcericans' traditional restlessness is unab;itcd: In 1900, 17.8 per cent of the population lived in .states other than their native states; in 1950, 23.5 per :are presumed dead. j Delmar Holbrook. a rn iss ." J ,"Jonilet ior vour handmade arti Monday another FS9C, froml a r y to South America, last, night j " ; " ' " ^ ' B £ ^ t o n e C all 4.= the Truax base, crashed into a reported there are approximate- clt - s - b11 ^lacKstone. call 3.. marshy lake near Madison, kill- l ) y 7000 members of the Sev-i ing the pilot. First Lieutenant entli-day Adventist Church live, Ricks,' the Sequoia Council B o y cent. . , - ,, ,, .. c cout commissioner has calledj It drew a conclusion from the Hobby Craftsman-Now an ^^^TM£-TM\s; cabinet for' increase·· in life expectancy 7:30'PM Monday in the council : Americans and from statistics John W. Schmidt, 28, of Del Rio, Tex., and the radar observer, Captain Glen E. Collins, 30, of Indianapolis. Northrop Employes Get Pay Increases Actress Julie London re- H A W T H O R N E -- AP -- ceived a divorce from Jack Northrop Aircraft's 3 gODsala^ Webb, the Sergeant Joe Fri- -d «nploye. _ day of the radio and tele- | tivo to Iast Monday. N O G I R L vision show Dragnet., The i _ The raises followed similar;the around Lake Titicaca between Peru and Bolivia. Holbrook, who spoke at a meeting in the Fresno Spanish Seventh-day Adventist Church, said the church ha£ established 250 primary schools on the shores of the lake. He has. been serving as education director in the area. , He also reported a number of clinics and hospitals have been established by the church for -- Hector Street was treated 'for cuts antl abrasions which he said he suffered when he was struck by an unidentified man at Kern and E Streets; early today. More Than 300,000 Persons live in the San Joaquin Valley homes which receive The Fresno Bee each day. ( a d v . office at 234 Rowcil Building. ;showing: : that at 60 years of age : there aiw^three times as many Christmas Cards for imprint-.widows as widowers, ing and for the relatives. Large. "Consequently an increasing assortment. Kilners Stationery, p r o p o r t i o n of the 1916 Echo (across from Fresno;wealth .and property is passing HP, (adv. I through, inheritance into the " Reports Theft -- Jerry Don j hands of women," the bureau Gregory of 220S Lee Avenue re-:said, ported his bicycle was stolen -- --. fsom the 1300 block of Broad- Shepherds, Flocks Die way. v ! As Storm Grips Turkey Suit Is Dismissed--A divorce', A NjARA, Turkey--AP--New ,0 i, * *u I T - i A complaint against Glenn Spears 1 tnow an ^ r a j n s t 0 Vms gripped .?. r ^ eIty _ I ^A 1 ,l cffe(1 _Tr r S!5. A : has been dismissed at the re-Vurkey today. At least four his homework, he rushes fori his paint box and brushes. Claude paints from memory, clowns, shops, the sunny beach where he spent a vacation, or a fairy castle which he saw in his dreams. He has an instinctive sense of perspective. On Sundays, when he does not play with his toy soldiers, his great delight is to be taken by his father to the Museum of Modern Art or to the Louvre. "Claude is naturally attracted by the 'colorists,' particularly Aymara and Guar- win an employe of a Fresno ' t o£ , /-ijiiiw maniifflptnrlnp' rnnrern. is ac- n tribes. manufacturing concern, is ac-; Spears, nrh^e^r^he 1 "^^^! TMt approved a settlement j---TM^ ^ ^o^ fson of WAur.c.^. «J t «|«lty ,n . di,orccj ,,, ,iCna^-Mrs. Laura giving her approximately $500,000.. AP Photo ! Ontario. dead arc reported. Two :?7iephords and t h e flocks oC some 400 sheep froze hPr P in Anaheim and i Holbrook, a teacher in the Fres-i complaint filed by Mrs Lois S/ Le - e Ga fvan Tws" i n s t i t u t e d i 0 " dc 'ath a t HaymanaVne'ar here, here,, in Ananeim o^^, Academy i E r w i n . _ w h o asks that she be ; d i v o r c e p rocee clings against Ze-1 Keavy ra ins in Diyarbakir collapsed a,, killing two per- «0pf oof .M«d« trom 100% grjln neutral spirits. III. Pltrri Smirnoff Fit,, Inc., Hartford, Conn, Van Gogh and Matisse," says his father. "But he definitely dislikes Renoir's nudes." Claude and his parents take his painting as somethinp quite natural. When you question him about it his eyes sparkle and he says: "It's such fun." Right now he is wildly excited because his parents have promised to take him to the circus. Next to being a painter, he would like to be a clown. · . v.-^...i~..~...i -..,,« ~,, .....,, -- - . ~ ~ - ^gg Hawaii na.s L it » 11 L u c c u j |Q cicatn 3 L nayrmina, jErwin. who asks that sue be ; d i v o r c e proceedings against Ze-i Keav v rains in Diyarl ·gryen tne custody of their four non G alvan, whom she accuses ] apse d a House, killing .children and a r e a s o n a b l e [monthly support allowance. The ! couple was married in Reno in i 146. ! Seeks Name Return--The res- iteration of her maiden name of Patricia Price is sought by Mrs. Patricia Crow in a divorce c o m p l a i n t charging Clinton B?anchard Crow with cruelty. The couple was m a r r i e d in Fresno on December 24, 1952. TJiey have no children. of striking her November 23rd. She asks that she be given the custody of their four children and a $160 monthly support allowance. The couple was married in Las Vegas in 1946. sons and! injuring four others. Snowdrifts more than 10 feet high blocked some highways. 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