i SAN BERNARDINO DAILY SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1942 PAGE THREE Dies Apologizes for Accusing Government Official of Communist Tieup SPECTATORS FLEE FIRE French Said Eager For Allies' Victory (By United Press) OAKLAND, July 9. More than 95 per cent of Franco prays for an allied victory, Evsey Pantchechnl-koff, 46-year-old French industrialist, said here today upon his arrival from Casa Blanca. Pantchechnikoff, who formerly operated a foundry at Marseilles, said the French looked to America for deliverance and ultimate victory. Describing conditions in his homeland, he said "literally thousands" of persons had starved to death. "Once every 10 days," Pantchech nikoff said, "the people of France are permitted one-quarter pound of meat that is invariably rotten." A "dual rotation" propeller, claimed to be a big improvement over propellers of the conventional type, is the latest product of aircraft research. The propeller is built in two parts; one turns right, the other left. James Lawrence said "Don't give up the ship" in the battle between the Chesapeake and the Shannon. if MIXIJP REVEALED BY 'RED' PROBER Vaughan, B.E.W. Executive, Cleared; Congressman Will Pay Fees in Libel Suit (By Associated Press) WASHINGTON, July 9. Chair- man Dies, Texas Democrat, of the house committee investigating un American activitleis publicly apol ogized today for having accused David B. Vaughan, board of nomlc warfare executive, of being a sponsor of the American League for Peace and Democracy." The accusation, Dies said in statement inserted in the Congressional Record, was made "In a let ter written by me on March 28, 1942," to Vice-President Wallace, chairman of the B.E.W., and re leased to the press. Dies said he would pay the attor ney fees contracted by Vaughan "In the protection of his good name, (Vaughan filed a $75,000 libel suit against Dies.) VAUGHN AND VAUGHAN "The records of our committee and the letterhead for the American League for Peace and Democracy showed that a man by the name of David Vaughn was a sponsor of the organization," Dies' statement con tinued. "Upon Investigation, however, we have definitely determined that the David Vaughn who spon sored the American League for Peace and Democracy is not the same person as Mr. David B, Vaughan who was described in my letter to Chairman Wallace as head administrative officer of the board of economic warfare. The records of our office do not show that Mr. Vaughan, who is presently adminis trative officer and chief of the ad ministrative management bureau of the board of economic warfare, has ever been affiliated directly or In directly with the American League for Peace and Democracy or any other Communist or subversive organization." Fresnan Slays Wife, Child, Self (By Associated Press) FRESNO, July 9. Alfred E. Dean 44, shot and killed his wife, their 10-year-old daughter and himself in their home here today, Coroner J. N. Lisle reported. The tragedy was discovered when an acquaintance called to see Dean Coroner Lisle said all three had been killed with a shotgun and that Dean, who operated a refrigerator repair business, left a note saying: "The crisis has arrived. This is the only way out." Plunge of Horse Off Cliff Kills Woman (By Associated Press) SAN JOSE, July 9. A misstep by Mrs. Thelma Gillespie's favorite horse sent the prominent San Jose horsewoman and her mount plunging over a 150-foot ledge in Alum Rock park near here last night. Rescuers found Mrs. Gillespie pinned under her horse, fatally injured. 4 , U. S. Workers Give Up Rubber Seat Pads (By Associated Press) WASHINGTON, July 9. Government workers today made one of the hardest sacrifices to the rubber collection campaign. Crews went through government buildings snatching hundreds of rubber seat pads. Spectators flee from the scene as a baloon, intended for exhibition ascension, burst into flames while being inflated at Bedford, Ind, Several thousand persons were nearby to see a scheduled parachute jump from the balloon. Gene Autry Quits Movies To Join Army Air Corps (By Associated Press) HOLLYWOOD, July 9. The war comes to the youngsters, but hard: For Gene Autry is leaving the screen to enlist in the army air corps. The singing cowboy, No. 1 west ern movie attraction since 1937, an nounced proudly last night that he had been accepted and instructed to report at Boiling field, Washington, D. C, Aug. 1. He's 32, too old for combat flying, and doesn't know what his duties will be. Out to pasture will go Champ, the famous horse that has carried his Man Sells Mother's Bed to Get Liquor (By Associated Press) NEW YORK, July 9. Magistrate Peter Horn called George. Sherry, 46, "the lowest thing I ever saw or heard of." Sherry, who, Brooklyn po- ice said, dismantled and sold his 76-year-old mother's bed to get money for liquor, was sent to the workhouse for three months on his plea of guilty to disorderly conduct charges. Sue Carol Planning To Rewed Alan Ladd SANTA ANA, July 9. Sue Carol, actress turned actors' agent, is go ing to rewed Alan Ladd as he reaches movie stardom. They were married in Mexico, in March but Miss Carol said she wants an American wedding. Their application for a license gave thrice-wed Miss Carol's age as 31; Ladd's as 28. They plan a week-end ceremony. ''. ; f America's BEST-LIKED Bottled in Bond...m?3tf .rs MLDERl IT" mmm MaJLMSWWMSJWPiB -IT'S OLDER f ITS MODESTLY PRICED! OU SCHENOT BOTTLED IN, BOND master through 54 feature pictures Astride Champ, Autry has alternate ly crooned ditties of the west or madly ridden in and out of death 'traps. It will be a well-earned retirement. Champ has had a hectic life what with movies and personal appearances. 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