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L ATT IP'S OFFER Southern Host 100 Proof Bourbon 1 95 4 f t i 0 t rns 100% California SWEET WINES by Vol. Fifth Port * Sherry - Muscatel 86.8 Proof WHISKEY 30 Proof GHAIH GIN Carry Latiff's Fifth Guarantee! You'll Always Save At j (OMMIKARY Says with MONEY f A good house looks awfully run down when it needs a simple paint job. Loses value, too. So why wait until you have the ready cash? A small loan on my plan . . . and you can paint both the inside and outside of your house now. Visit the Lincoln Bank. Get an FHA Home Improvement Loan. Pay it back at your convenience. There's no hurry. Take all of 36 months, if you want to. How's that? 1-l BANK S Y R A C U S E . N. Y. MAIN O F F I C E CHIMES OFFICE 1Q4 S Solmo Sf 5O8 5- Solina St PULASKI O F F I C E , Pulaiki, N, Y. r- r / .1 n Model Kodak Tourist FS.S Kodak Tourist ,F6.3 Flash Bantam .... 24.50 38.50 47.50 4 49.50 See the new Land Camera Pictures in a minute HENDRICKS Centra! New York's Largest Photographic Supply House 339 S. Warren St. Opposite Onondaga Hotel Store Hours: P:30 M. to 5:30 P. M. ADVEKTISEMENT KIDNEYS MUST REMOVE EXCESS ACIDS Help 15 Miles of Kidney Tubos Flush Out Poisonou* Waste When disorder of kidney function permits poisonous matter to remain in your blood. It may cause naKffinjr backache, rheumatic pains, lef? pains. loss of pep and energy, jret- tinj:: up nifchts, swelling puffincss under the eyes, headaches and dizziness. Frequent or scanty passages, with smarting and burning sometimes ahows there is something Trrong- with your kidneys or bladder. Don't wait! Ask your drujrfpst for Dean's Pills. R stimulant diuretic, used successfully by millions for over 50 years. Doan's Rive happy relief and will help the 15 miles of kidney tubes flush out poisonous waste from rour blood. Get Doau's Fills, DEATHS IN OTHER PLACES Fulton, Thursday. Miss Adclla M. Blake. ShcrrUl. Thursday, Thomas Havelock Dutcher, 67. OPdensbur*. Wednesday, Miss Gertrude C. Lnnpton, 75, of ClayK*"- Truxton. Wednesday. Mrs. Anah McNeUl Pouer, 76. of Crane Mills. Homer, Thursday, Mrs. Hattie B, Chllris, 80. Cortland. Thursday, Mrs. Cora. M»y Elster. 74, Massena, Wednesday, Michael Hurley, 83, of Brasher Falls. Oxford. Wednesday, Miss Charlotte A. Smith. 72. Norwich, Wednesday, Mrs, Harriot Car- pcnlcr, fl4. Wnt.rrloo. Thursday. John Rohlnson. fl2. Sonera Falls."* Thursday, Mrs. Kobrrt J. ills. PO. ORWPRO, Thursday. JrOjn H. Pa'.lry Enton, Wrrin'sriay. F.rnfs? Brrrs Hill. *!. C n y u s a . Thursday. Albion Morton. 64. Nilrs. Thi;rsdfl.v. W i l l i a m Hnrtun, fiO. Oswcso. Thursday. John Blsonctic. j Economic Aspect Secondary To Atheistic Basis Too many people regard Communism as a question of economics alone and fail to realize that it is a total philosophy of life founded in'atheism, Pope Pius XII told the Most Rev. Walter A. Foery, bishop of the Catholic diocese of Syracuse, during a recent 35-minute audience in the Vatican. Ahead of Schedule This was revealed last night by Bishop Foery in his first interview following his return from J*orne two days ahead of schedule. Paradoxically, Bishop Foery came home ahead of schedule because he missed his boat, the Saturnia. Scheduled to sail at 5 p. m. on May 18, the Saturnia left at 3 p. m. instead, without notifying Bishop Foery or his companion on the trip, the Rt. Rev. Msgr. David F. Cunningham, vicar-general of the Syracuse diocese and pastor of Saint John the Baptist church. As a result of this mixup. the steamship lines -arranged to fly Bishop Foery and Msgr. Cunningham to London to sail home on the Queen; Elizabeth. Taking a shorter route than the Saturnia, the Queen Elizabeth arrived yesterday. The Saturnia is due in New York citv tomorrow*. REPORTED TO POPE Bishop Foery went to Rome about a month ago for an ad mmunism I THE POST-STANDARD Thursday, May 26, 1949 NEW YORK CITY MAYOR HONORED IN SYRACUSE--Table oi honor guests at a dinner last at wjiich Mayor William O'Dwyer received the achievement award of Tipperary Hill post, American ·Legion, included, left to right, John J. Young, Mr, O'Dwyer, John C. McGuire antf Leo P. Dorsey. Methodists Told Christians Need More Compassion ELMIRA. (-V) -- Christians must have greater compassion for their fellow men, ministers and laymen attending the annual Central New York Methodist conference were told yesterday. The Hev. Allan K. Chalmers, professor of practical theology of the Boston university's School of Theology, said: "There must be radical changes Triplets Meet O'Dwyer (Concluded from Page 1.) hearty and completely unworried spectators as Mayor O'Dwyer chatted with Mrs. Walker, then posed for pictures with her ' and last night There was nothing t he children. Several of the photos about his appearance to indicate he| were taken under the traffic light, was treated for a heart condition ! o n i v one of its kind in Syracuse. · , i ** w Just before Mayor O'Dwyer re- No Cause Verdict Given in $20,000 Barroom Action b Declaring testimony of the plaintiff and his key witness was "inconsistent and uncertain", Justice D. Page Morehouse, Jr.. yesterday directed a no cause of action verdict in a $20,000 barroom assault trial in supreme court. George Black, 42, of 513 E. Jefferson st., sought the damages, contending he was beaten and his jaw broken last April in the Grand grill, 215 S. Geddes st. He named John F. Bunoski, proprietor and bartender, as his attacker. Black told the court he and a woman friend went into the grill the evening of April 25, and that Bunoski. who wfc behind the bar, asked him to buy him. Bunoski, .a j drink. When he refused, the bartender climbed over the bar and with the help of two others, beat him and threw him out, Black tes-jwork he was to perform. tified. I Rolfe, who is'represented by Rol- HJs woman companion, who said she was 41 and had four children, corroborated Black's testimony, adding that she also suffered two black eyes and intended to sue. The woman admitted under cross- examination by former State Sen. about a year ago. ARRIVAL DELAYED Mayor O'Dwyer originally wasjciren in costume presented him with scheduled to arrive here about 4; some flowers. Seven Allegations In Rolfe-McNell Suit Ordered Out Supreme Court Justice Frank P. Matpass yesterday ordered seven "impertinent and scandalous" allegations against* County GOP Chairman Charles A. McNett struck out of the complaint of Richard C. Rolfe, who is suing McNett for $4,400 allegedly owed for publicity work. The justice's decision was on a motion by McNett May 2 to have eight allegations in the complaint struck out on the grounds that they were "irrelevant, impertinent, scandalous and tended to prejudice, embarrass or delay a fair trial of the action." The only one of the eight now remaining contends that Rolfe was hired by McNett to work lor him personally and as county chairman and relates to the nature of the -·V- ·' W fe#£ No Bargain Glasses No, you cannot buy good glasses on the bargain counter. G o o d glasses are the protiuct of skilled technicians whose service to those who have defective vision is as conscientious as it is correct. Closed Saturday mt Noon r %*-·· V ·Sw.* t '- · ·.-?· f* tefe m OPTOMETRIST · OPTICIAN E.M**t* St., P H O N E J-O4S land B. Marvin, former mayor and GOP chief, claims in the suit that he was hired by McNett in a verbal agreement in September, 1947, to do publicity work for a year at the rate of $100 a week. He contends he was paid only until Richard P. Byrne that she had beeni]sj ov 3, and seeks to recover pay- told at least two times to stay awayj m e n ' t s f o r t n e remainder of the from the grill by Bunoski. She; v ear. · · m m « · i v ^ -B^B. · m _ L v I ** limina visit. This is a pilgrimage to the tombs of the Apostles. As is customary during such visits, he made a report to the Pope on the status of his diocese, being granted a private audience for this purpose. Pope Pius and Bishop Foery conversed in English. The pope was^n life in our society if the kingdom! wl " UIi , , ,, «,.TM i -u * if i - i · \nf r-rt/q ** i« ^r,TM«" achievement award: other struck by the classical names in ol ( ^°^ *s to come. p. m., but he was delayed in New York city and it was almost 6 p. m. before he landed at the municipal airport at Amboy in a metropolitan police plane. On hand to greet him were Mayor Frank J. Costello; Leo Dorsey, Tipperary Hill post commander; John C. McGuire, chairman of arrangements for the dinner at turned to his car. a group, of chil- said she had not told Black of t h e j According to Irving J. Devorselz warnings when she suggested they| of Costello MCNett. who reprc- go to the S, Geddes St., grill afteri s e n ts McNett. an answer will be visiting another spot. \ tiled within 10 days to the now PLAQUE AND CHARM The award which Mr. O'Dwyer received last night consisted of a plaque and a gold watch charm, both illustrated with replicas of the "green over red" signal. He was honored at a dinner in Hotel Syracuse attended by an overflow crowd of 750. A citation accompanying the award pointed out: "For our guest of h0nor we have taken a symbol "struck by the classical names ini°i ^°a is 10 come. --·""· ~~\. «*7f~' r-"A TM«TM« ; 0 1 nonor we nave ^aKen a symooj. our diocese and told me that I. too.i Mr Chalmers said the average!^ tn f Post, ronce L,apt. iJiomas, t h a t is most near and /Jear to us _ . _ _ ,4.1. ^ t_ - ^ L. ,, ._ _ f -r~k _ *i ~n * i : /*"'t^ i * ^ i TM + i * i - f c * *-f i * - nn rt*-il*r 4 I I P J - I Jtstn 4 j- «-* ! Al"!! I I J i. ct II C* 11U 011 i l U i l O r Hl_l R l Q Ol I -i ^ f^ "TVi f\l /3 f\f3 i + l V ^ 4 r t - 1 i M i i"i i t *»t wSrt *-* *J --i 1 The woman companion, questioned by Byrne and Justice Morehouse, asserted that any money recovered in the action would be divided, since she was "beat up too", A physician testified that he treated Black for a compound fracture of the jaw in an office visit the following morning. "skeleton" complaint, denying that Rolfe ever worked for or had apy connection with McNett. Those allegations struck out by Justice Malpass set up: That Holfe was employed by H. Paul Nelligan, president of Easy Washing Machine Corp., in 1947 doing public relations in connection with -closins Flowers A Large Selection of Assorted Plants Cut Flowers am the bishop of Rome/' Bishop! Christian gives only two cents Foery said, explaining that the holy;week for the feeding of starving, father referred to Rome, N. ' Y., " which is in the Syracuse diocese. WARNS OF DANGERS displaced persons. "What right have we to talk about the passion of Christ when we have honor guard o f j a n c j , iThis motorcycle. ]jca of When Byrne made the usual mo- Kirkpatrick st.; that McNett asked: tion for dismissal at the close of Rolfe to accept his salary in cash! the plaintiff's case, Justice More-j "for income tax purposes." i; house granted the motion and di- That McNett asked Rolfe to move OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY AND MEMORIAL DAY PHONE 5-5935 i + i n 4 r t -i 11 v-.;^it,*t »^«,J^1 -*-^~^.~ 0 *TM,^ - . - ^ *-.- ~ - - -- ^utai. A T j A ^ i t T L b ctorv^u. LU J l i u v c a Told"SrTrto 1 : « C *£ that the J u r y give * n ° C3USC i n t ° the X** hote1 ' **. * COP mmiature rep :!verdictt "He said that the question o f ; no more passion for our fellow men Communism in the minds of many!than that?" he asked, people is a question of economics."! Mr - Chalmers' address followed Bishop Foery reported. "Too few reading oC the annual report of the the party sped to Milton ave. and Tompkins st.. where a crowd of more than 1.000 had waited patiently for a glimpse of the New York city mayor. As he stepped from his car, a group of children surged around him. Mayor O'Dwyer the 'green over red* tra0ic campaign headquarters; that Rolfe light will shine forth our ideals in a friendly appreciation of a true leader." Mayor O'Dwyer was chosen for the honor because of his accomplishments in the field of govern- The justice pointed out,that tes-jmoved i n t o the Yates in a room timony of Black and his companion was inconsistent and uncertain, unworthy of credibility and that the opposite McNett's: . that McNett constantly consulted Eolfe. That McNett asked Rolfe to do realize it is a total philosophy of superintendents of the Syracuse. Ge-| - , broadly rumnlprf ihp bai'r ment a n ^ because of his position as life He ur^ed me to instruct" mv ncva a n d Elmira districts which I % rmnea broaaij. rumpled me hair ve t e rans' leader. inc.. i*e uie.t.u me LO inbcruci m^ o f one ^ Qy a n ^ reached out to : life. He urged me to instruct' my j ncva and Elmira districts which priests to warn their people of t h e f c o m P r i s e t h e conference. dangers of this atheistic philosophy! A rural fellowship dinner was the and to participate in every effortj h i S h I i £ h t of the night, program. to remove economic injustices." i Bishop W. Earl Lcdden of Syra- Bishop Toery said" that the popei c u s e is presiding at the sessions, sent his "profound thanks to the* people of the Syracuse diocese*' for their support of the papal world relief drive. KODAKS AT N E W LOW PRICES Baby Brownie Special. 2.75 * Brownie Hawkeye , .. 5.50 Brownie Flash 620. . 11.75 h Kodak Tourist, Kodet First of 50 Homes In Project Finished Another building project that will appreciably ease the county's county's still acute housing shortage is now actively underway, it was disclosed when John J. Zimm e r m a n . Syracuse restaurant operator, announced yesterday that the first of 50 planned one-family dwellings in the LcMoyne college area had been completed. The 50-home project is being carried out on the John Masters farm in the town of DeWitt, beginning at the city line at Thompson rd., and bounded by Springfield ave.. Erie blvd., and Headspn dr., comprising a plot of about 50 'acres. . · · * Briefcase Floors You Hi Threatening Life of Hayes I ^^^^^^^·^^^·^^^·^^^^^^^.^^.^wv^H^^^M^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H^^M^^^^^^^^^ Youfh, 18, Denies urglary Charge Gary Allen Bowles. IS. of 115 W. one ooy and reached out shake hands with another. CROWD. BLOCKS PATH The spectators impeded his path as he walked across the intersection, celebrated because of its "green over red" traffic signal. a veterans' leader. CITES HOSPITAL NEED In his speech of response. Mayor O'Dwyer spoke of some of the major problems confronting New York city today, emphasizing the need for a hospital program costing 5150,000.000. Legislation for that companion was obviously an i n - j p u b l i c relations work for Bagozzi terested party by reason of herjFantasy cafe and that a SI.500 retainer he received he returned to McNett. and that McNett paid Rolfe $100 every Saturday and that the chairman praised the plaintiffs work. Episcopal Women * Hear Mrs. Perrin Mrs. JDwifiht S. Perrin, one of 12 2123 South Are But he didn't seem to mind. He i program hys been approved by the _ . , smiled pleasantly and greeted well- legislature but must 'now be ap- re ^ lonal directors of the Episcopal wishers. proved by the voters because a Service for Youth Agency, was "With their mother, Mrs. Michael constitutional amendment is in-!speaker yesterday at the a n n u a l Walker, and two neighbors, the volved. Ascension day luncheon in Trinity triplets had been sitting in Police; "I am going f o ask you to do i church', Fayettevj-lle. _ Lt. William Franey's car at the | New York city a favor next, f a l l - Drawing on her own personal ex- Division st..* entered' an innocent' "ortheast corner of the intersec-iand vote for that amendment/' he; periences, Mrs. Perrin said. "The " ' T t i i n n whan TWavnr- n'n«-troi- ^-,mo'^,1 o-.,r?n^ · 'young person who is conscious of 18 Trooper Shifts Are Announced ONEIDA.-^Shifting of 13 members of Troop D, state police, to meet summer conditions and reopening of the Sylvan Beach sub- yester*dav! into vicw , lhe triplets were taken! Citing the difference between a ! his or her inherent personal dignity - s t a t i o n for the season, have been tars after'* r o m the car - j m e t r o p o l i s and a city of Syracuse's l a n d feels secure and useful in h i s f announced by Capt. John P. Ronan. Mayor O'Dwyer c a m e p l e a d e d . plea to a third degree burglary charge in police court morning, less than 10 hoars , police say thcv found him h i d i n g 1 Oh - there they arc!" exclaimed size. Mayor O'Dwyer observed i Mr. O'Dwyer. "Aren't they lovely!**[''how much better it is to go thru 2 Eyewitnesses in a northside grill. 1 Police Justice William H. Bam-i erick released the defendant on j $1.000 property bail, ordering him to! reappear in court June 17. ! Police said they found Bowie? and i a 15-year-old east side youth hiding |«^ t -- -^ ,. m B in the coal bin of the Thompson |||ff£|r Af| I A|||ri/in grill. 928 N. State st., about 2 a. m. l / l l l C I Ull v U l l l j l U I I yesterday. Six patrolmen had answered a call that someone was breaking into family environment stands the best The transfers include: Corp. J. J. Klaussen from Skanateles to New! chance of achieving a normal happy Police joined hands to hold back life here than in the mad rush o f J H f e . * ' Mrs. Perrin spoke in behalf i Hartford; Trooper A. A. Green from: a h u n e metropolis, and how much| 0 f the Episcopal Service for Youth,iCazenovia to New Hartford asl better it would b c if we hadn't j a national case work agency. - j cycleman; Trooper C. C. Maurice! More than 75 persons attended j f r o m Alder Creek to Herkimer as the grill. A search of the building turned up the pair. Owner of the grill is Harold Thompson of 207 Grace st. Answer- ins the call were Patrolmen Robert Curran, Alfred DiStanla, Roy Cooke, George Checksfield, John Stronger and Francis Tysco. Cover Splits, Youth Falls in Manhole Richard Clayton Forbes. 16. of placed so much faith in size. TWO IDEOLOGIES * "Today,"' he continued, "there are the luncheon following church services and an election meeting of the two ideologies that confront u s --i league. The Rev. E. Walter Chater, the one for which we Have a basic!rector, officiated at services. dedication and the other for which Whether Oscar J. Baron of North] W R have an absolute hatred Mrs. Clark Leachenaucr was elected president of the league suc- Syracuse or John J. Albino of 248 Forest Hill dr. had the green light There is a doubt some time thaticeeding Mrs. Arthur Lambert. Also the afternoon of March 11, when we ] O ve." we are doing everything we should j elected were Mrs. John M. Harn- in defense of that ideolocv that ibidge, first vice-president: Mrs. Ev- w ·* · _ A -- cycleman: Trooper H. C. Mahcr from Alder Creek to Sylvan Beach:; Trooper W. B. Sudam from New Hartford to Sylvan Beach; Trooper J. J. Borzner from LaFayctte to DeWitt: Trooper F. P.^Lurcock from Pulaski to DeWitf as cyclcman; Corp. W. L. Spellman from Pulaski to Skaneateles: Trooper J. R. Wilder! jerette Webb, second vice-president; * rom DeWitt to Sknneateles; Trooper; Both men. each w i t h an eyewitness, claim 1o have had the green li£ht, was A swarthy youth who threatened the life of Leonard Hayes. 218 Coleridge ave.. early yesterday f o u n d 12 b" Keilo«g'st7 was treated at On- crossing "on" "ia himself floored by a flying brief- onc }apa General hospital yesterday struck about the middle of the in- case - for severe contusions of both legs-tcrsoction by the Baron car. He quickly jumped up and tfod.i aftcr he fell j nto a manhole a "d the] Appearing as a witness for Al- As Hayes tofei the story to P a - j m a n h u l e cover-broke in half top-!bino, Charles (Buck) Easlick, rc- trolmen John P. Lcahey and Bobert wii n g \ n on top of him. 'tired Syracuse police officer, ,told Patrolman Robert Miller said;the court he was sitting in the their cars collided at James a n d i In this connection he pointed out j Mrs. W. T. Brennan. secretary; Mrs, ' Catherine st?., will be decided b y ' t n a t in a cit - y th e size of Syracuse!Robert McGurk, treasurer; Mrs. . . V ' i. · J L . - :it is a pood deal easier to'see that! Alexander Beatlie. u n i t e d thank of- a m u n i c i p a l court j u r y this morn- .. the i d e o l o f i y wc love -. is a d e .; f c r i n g secretary; Mrs. William quatcly protected than in New York j Walker, educational secretary, and city, where 8.000.000 are j a m m e d ; Mrs. L. R. Seeber, supply secre- ; . , _ , , , *ni .·. · i i -^ i n t o ' a small area and where there;tary. ! right-of-way. The trial was heard i a p e serious goc , al problcms . ; _ Mayor O'Dwyer revealed h i s ; . , , . . .... , ,. , . , . . p l a n e had run into icing trouble! Albino testified that he was dn/-i the to Syracuse'and that-' ng east m James st.. when his car,!{ hc c r a f t f ost its acrial . But t h i s j w Rickert from Homc r to Lafa- = yesterday before Judge Harry H. Skerritt. was ' forgotten, he assured his Vuillemot. he was leaving his home about midnight when h e observed | Forbes was crossing the street in i dow of his apartment on the fourth! " * : " *·*"" n TM 'the 600 block of Oswego st. a n d ' f l o o r of the Leavenworth. 615J _. _ i v ·· ^ . ··- . 4 * 1 4 l « m * a figure in his car. A young man emerged from the vehicle and warned. "Stand where you are or I'll kill you." when he stepped on a manhole-James st. and witnessed the acci- s. when the plane "got on the Tippersry Hill beam and the sun came thru." He said that he was '"thrilled" by the honor accorded him by ."Mppcrary Hill post. 3 OTHERS HONORED Also honored at last night's din- GE Will Reopen Talks on Wages yette as cycleman; ^Trooper E.| Jaffiello from Waterloo to Pulaski:; Trooper R. J. Haley from Alton to! Waterloo; Trooper I. M. Hicks f r o m i DeWitt to Waterloo; Trooper R. H. Voight from Canandaigua to Waterloo as cycleman; Tronper W. C. Wylie from Sampson to Canandaigua; Trooper W. J. Lally from Alton to Newark: Trooper W. D. Burns from Auburn to Alton as cycleman and Trooper L. J. Stevenson from Newark to Alton. Six Lads Corraled For 'Burglarizing' . Accused of entering and ransack- G. H. Pfeif. manager of union re-| in S a house which is being moved ^*"^ ! · · A t · -^"fc m · NEW YORK.. (^)-- The General "Electric Co. yesterday agreed to reopen wage talks with the CIO United Eelctrical Workers early in June. HIDES PLASTER CRACKS. NAIL HOLES, SEAMS AND UNEVEN cover it gave way and he fell about! dent. Baron was crossing on Cath- ner was H. W. Smith, who was cited, lations for tne company, suggested! 10 three feet into the manhole. As the = erine st. on a caution signal, anriUor his work as c h a i r m a n - o f the' way for the new Belgium Hayes swung the briefcase hej c o v c r dislodged it broke in halt; Albino had the "go" sign. Easlick was carrying and knocked the youth to the ground. The glove compartment of the car was ransacked. Miller said, and fell into the on top of Forbes* shins. SPONSORS STUDY FLIGHT Kenneth A. Roberts, formerly of Valley dr., who was graduated from Syracuse university and is now a lecturer in the department of geog-ifin. 82, of 315 Lexin hole said. I For Baron, plaintiff in the action. j w h o is seeking $1.500 damages. Adam G. Palla of 114 Holland st., said Albino crossed on the rod. Palla was driving a soft drink truck at the scene, he said. Under cross-examination by Ar- Sgt. Griffin Hurt In Fall at Home _ - _^ _ . _, . -~ 1 ' 1 f*4 ' f ^--* * *^**^ L I* L W* "»J ^ * * M - 4 * * 1 * 1 » » 4 V 1 V » A *- r ^i" * * * Retired Police Sfit. Patrick G n f - | n o l d A Ullrnarii Attorney for Baron. ..., O O rt rOl!iT*-v-*--i-*^irVT/-v»-*Ttrj^ T I - - ^ C - ' . ** J-* ave waS| A l b i admitted that he had been Onondaga county war memorial commission. Diamond studded pins for their work in the membership field went to two members of Tipperary Hill post. E. P. Hewitt and S. Leslie Macomber. Toastmaster was John J. Young, who was introduced by John J. Murphy of the committee of ar- bargaining begin June 7 or June 14. Bridge, six boys, rounded up by Electric incr wases The UE-CIO Thursday called on Deputy Sheriff Robert Ashmore. General Electric and Weslinghouse' adn "tted the "burglary" and were Corp. to set dates for talk-icertified to children's court'. ;s in behalf of their 215.000! Mrs. Julia Green of 5 Syracuse employes. '-· Baldwinsville' owner of the West in "house's reply was awaited'house, reported 1he burglary. ^Thc boys are said to have admitted crawling under the blocked u p house and climbing a stairway to union. By applying, plaster and paint in one easy application you obtain most colorful and effective walls and sav» much time and work. Paint-O- Plast hides surface defects as it beautifies. Its perman -- ·* ? n wash ability make it most practical for use over any surface for aU BIRTH IN JAPAN rangements. Mr. Dorsey presided Maj. and -Mrs. Noel C. Brown, {the rooms. and Mayor Costello gave the o f f i - formerly of 206 Strathmore dr.. an ^^^ _ ^ j _ J _ T » " * J L - * A. T i . i l . 1 R-^-l I l\J e a U i l I t J - t * _ - ^ H * ^ l « « l l , l i t - J A C I V J . L_f l^_\_ A J : - - * " » \ _ l * - - - - ^ *"* ^-^ ^ ^ * ^ - - t a - * - * ^ £ - » M - ^ - »-. . ^, x^ · ·- J- * * ^ * . * - » . ^ ^ * . » ^ v m. ***** ·** «^^ ^ *. *m *.**++ M,^ * ^, ^.^ %. ., * « « « raphy at George Washington uni-iadmiUea to University_hospital yes-1 convicted in 1934 a n d a s a i n - i n 1936 cial civic welcome, while Mr. Me- 7iounce the birth of a daughter, ^rovcitt* rkrcrfiniT/irl a f 11 r*h1 -for* Tv^x-»m- f i or-^^ir T i r i t H -a rt tf nt In in imiirv Tnl- i . - , . "; . . , - * - i - , * .^ * m * ^*/-/- * ^^t - , * * t · _ -- _ _ _ _. v yereity. organized a flight for mem- terday with a right hip injury fol- ! o n charges of bdng an l n m a t e in a L. _ _ _ _ _^ Jr T_ ; _ _ i ^_ ^_ _ _ ^^. ·*· «. i^ J- J l-- __ ^_ m ^T^ ^ i ¥ _ _ _ _ _ ^_ ^^ ^ _ C _ . i I ^ * L^ * ^ *^ rv ^^% *-^ - t- 7 bers of his class so that they might lowing a fall at his nome. study land utiliaztion in Fairfax and Arlington counties, Va. Before going aloft, the students made ground surveys of the area as it related to rural and urban land use. Patrolman William J. Halpin said gambling house. Albino is represented by Charles -^ * ( ! * » » 1 t .# .1 " ^^ ~ r ---^" -w - -- v ^F- ^"» "^ B j ^r ·» - -*- ^ - ^rr.- Griffins shoe caught In R rug m A McG innis of Hancock, Dorr, his living room and he fell. w n i - j j ^ v a n . s nove versity ambulance responded to the call. COT.TNTV PUPILS TAKE MATH EXAM-^-More than 200 county high school pupils entered the second annual mathematics contest, sponsored by the Mathematics Honorary society of Onondapp. Valley h i q h school, yesterday in the school. Mark Hanlon. commiltceman ( I c f n , snd Joseph Ontko, committee c h a i r m a n , both s!.andinc. look on as M r f t to viphM. Miss M a r j o r i c Conway, .Toanrtte Rrfdway and Jane Skccle. ail pupils in Fabius Central school ipkc the examination. Test winners will be announced tomorrow. ACQUIRES HOLSTEIN BULL Ernest P. Greiner of Kirkville has acquired a registered Holstein- Friosian bull from 4he herd of E. J. G. S. Button of F-ayetlevillo. Changer of ownership of this animal. Button Vale Prilly Rag Apple, has been officially recorded by the Holstein-Friesian Association" of America, Brattleboro, Vt. West End Rushing Noise Identified as Solvay Co. Steam A rushing sound heard in the west end* of the city late last night and early this morning was identified by Solvay Police Sfit. Noah Colotti as escaping steam from 'high pressure tanks at the Solvay Process Co. Sgt. Colotti said the shrill whistling noise indicated workmen were bleeding the high pressure t a n k s for a probable shutdown of the tanks. Police switchboards at Solvav ar.rf Syracuse and The Post-Standard switchboard were bombarded w i t h ; rails abon 4 . t h e noise, Somr of t h e : callers said t h e i r houses"shook frora j the noise and others identified i t ; · as a flight of planes'overhcad. 1 Guire, editor of the TJpp-Oit, publication of the Tipperary Hill post, made the award presentation fo Mayor O'Dwyer. The Rev. Charles Brady, post chaplain, gave the invocation. Weather Christine, weighing seven pounds. April.28 in the 155th Station hos-: Syracuse--Fair with rising tcm- pital, Yokohama, Japan. Maj. Brown Iperature today. Tomorrow showers is chief of the administration and land, warmer. personnel division. Eighth Army, Western New York -- Partly WE DELIVER Engineer Section. ·v-- m:*^3K ^ · m i^^-%^ $%f ^toa£rif*^w.'*· ^^.-^Ar-s cloudy, a little warmer south and extreme west portions today. Tomorrow mostly cloudy with scattered showers likely. Eastern New York--Partly cloudy not quite as cool south portion today. Tomorrow considerable cloudiness followed by showers in afternoon or at night. Syracuse Weather Temperature readings reported; by the United States weather LEWIS PAINTS, Inc. Phone 3-2816 Corner S. State at E. Water bureau: 12.00 2.00 4.00 6.00 8.00 30.00 12.00 P. a. a. a. a. a. m m, m. m. m. m. m. 50 47; 47. 48 FAMILY REUNION HELD AFTER 23-YEAR LAPSE--Mrs. Sclina Trapp of Vancouver. B. C., 76 (second from left), is shown t a l k i n g with her brother and two sisters, all of Syracuse. The meeting was Ihe r first, in 23.years. The relations are (left to right): Mrs. "Lucy James. 77. of 314 Shuart St.; Edward R. Minton. 68. of 501 S. Edwards ave., and Mrs. Alice Lander?. 73, of 110 Raridison ct. Mrs. Trapp will r e t u r n homo Snlurriny f t c r Mr. and Mrs. M i n t o n honor her w i t h a d i n n e r at Marlins. Thr rvent also w i l l celebrate Mr?. Minton'u birthday. Brother Harry Minion of 102 Dwyor cl., was unable to attend the reunion due to ill health. AIRPORT STATION 2,00 p. m 4.00 p. m 6.00 p. rn. ... 56 8.00 p. m. ... 50 52;lO.OO p. m. ... 45 5212.00 p. m. ... 44 52; Highest, 57; lowest, 43; average. 50; average same date last yean 52; average same Hate for 46 years, 59. Sun sets today. 8.32. Sun rises tomorrow. 5.32. Lamps lighted (all vehicles), 9.02 p. m, OTHER CITIES NEW YORK. (AP)--Low snd htch trm- PRrfUurPK in 2n citlrs In the U n l i c d Staler, yesterday were: 82.'Miami 6.1i New Or!»*ns 6S N«v York city S2 Phornix fiS" Complete Your Office With the Newest T*encil~ Sharpeners Postal Scales Telephone Indexes Ink Wells Blotter Pads Desk Sets Stamp Holders Hand Punches Metal Strong: Boxes Staplers Spindles And Many Others K1RTIANDS COMMERCIAL STATIONERS 323 go. Salina St. A t l a n t a -55 A t l n n M r City Sfi Bosior ^T B u f f n l o C h l c a a o D f t r n t L Diilnth Fori. W o r t h 67 City 60 Portland, Me. Lout.s 73j Washinnton · Block Ceilings, Screens, Storm Sash Installed l*m*e?c Garafr^. Kitrhrns. rorrh^n RiiiK »nrt Rr-hnill FKEB r.STIMATF.S! KXrKRT INStTREI) WOSKMKN R, 0. and D, C, WATERS Phone, Day 72-7057. Mjthl 72

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