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   Gallup Independent, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1950, Gallup, New Mexico                                While in Gallup See Zuni Window Rock Canyon de Chelly Inscription Rock The Gallup Western New Mexicos Daily Newspaper 29th InterTribal Indian Ceremonial August 1013 1950 VOLUME 61 Associated Press GALLUP N JL TUESDAY MARCH 21 19fiO Five Conts XUMHEK IJS Giovanetti Romero Run for Billy Invited to Ceremonial Crippled Youth May Be Guest of Service Clubs S5xy CRTold Billy Shear row whose plea for let itis from the Indian country thus far has at tratpr 223G responses may gc lo visit the Indian cnpilal tSis summer Hilly is the Canton Ohio young ffcr with a for the West HP doesnt get to play cowboys and Jrdfaiis with other boys his age lies enclosed in a east from his down suffering from a ma Ignint hone disoiso And now service clubs 2030 Lions Kiwanis and Rotary MI conjunciion with Ihe Inter Tribal Indiin Ceretnonial associii tion and the Chatiifcer of Com merce want Billy and his family to be their guests for the annual ceremon al nex i Auyus t so t hat Billy may see in person the Indians which have captured Ills interest II riANS work out all right Ihc Shenrrows all three of them aill he flnwn lo as puesLs of the Monarch Airlines Thryll gel o see the allIndian spectn cln in the worl d and R B Clarke of tic Tliumlerbird ton will lake them on an ncriat tour of he Nivijo coim Irv if hey desire Billy has been cleared for travel i lus doctor says Hnhy Sliearrow BiUvA moUicr And Dad to Billy his vacation from the I Ford plant August 4 lo 21 j Trw Eourday Ceremonial starts A ill 10 The tremerdous response to Billys recent request for letters to the Albuquerque postmaslcr is a little overwhelming to Mrs Shear TOW In a IcHer to Galhip Chnin bor of Commerce secretary Mor gan Monroe bhe admits sitting down and having an old fashioned female cry What can bring inoie happiness llinn the JtJndJirss of people she nsks moru ihnti 2000 letters JjiTicome from Jtatcs lie District of Columbia Canada curd Alaska Hearing up with a stnunch hack raid rioudtv smileis he Siiearrow5 postman Tubby lieen ns enthused ns we I rs Shearroxv 1 lowcvc r Continued on page 5 El Paso Sheriff Warned to Stay Of Cohen Probe EL PASO wirninK to hall the scnrrii for Frank Nic coli 38 and Dnvicl M Ofjul 23 liencbinen of Mickpy Cohen Los Anpelcs Kaiulnnd boss was tele phoned lo CajH Frank Manning of he sheriffs investigation division li yesterday Captain Maiming I got a ill ni the sheriffs depnUmcnl about p m yesterday A 111111 told me off the Cohen investi gation or else Tails bin league stuff1 UK SAID Ihu mui slammed the receiver down before he could nsk was sjHSikinjj He siud ihc cillor somidod as if lie hnij muffled his voice by pulling liis hand over his mouth The a vimifunnl of the mure than 2000 letters anrl limcvls which he has received since lie his Wiili for idlers from Ihi1 Indian country The U vearoKl Canluli OlimVlmy issuffcriiiK fnin a malieiiiiul Imne disease which neces kccriiiff hiv Icgv in ami prrmits him from pKrsiiiiif normal aclivilkv of yming hoys his PtPbS pludu officer said he does t lie uli one cal I was not believe u i n de by HOT sntlXGS N sninp hiivc termed ihc April Fur gay in hlitcnV1 Isnt that nl all imerls Mayor CUiin Mini It is si i idly serious husiness he maintains The Hot cily council yesterday cjiJKfl ji election for March 11 on a ptnprsal in change the city luune lo Truth uv Masiei of ceremonies Ilalpli Edwards of the tadio show hy the stiiii uaiiK invilrcl seven cities lo inchnames so his pro gram fttti its nniiiversary iinKtilrnsi their April 1 which ihics so repoitcdly wilt hencEit uiruicially and through publicity Akrcadv Minis anmnmriil EdwanK has saiil make ihe Ajnil 1 hmrulcast from heri1 nf Imw the clictum nios 3 lie msyiir added lie name change alnatiy K meet ing ap proval licio A strniv vote lie favors llie rhunue In L Democratic Nomination Means Election With Republicans Failing to Organize Ticket Hort lioviuuHli iml John Hdiiuiu wtiv uiinnimoiisls choHin to represent lliIVmoiTiilii piuiy for tinpositions of loivn niiiiirilmiii in tin Anvil I riftlions dur ini I Iliiiviiitioii il ilic llifh aiiiiiiunn biot A eiiy lines luis driver old Lieut Mike Sullivan of invcsMnatiun division into vestcr day he sw iVaik Niccoli ridint In LHI uitoiuobile driven by j mi Ef Frtso Hnnblc in downtown Friday nf leinoon Government Spending Bill OKd By House Group With 5 Cuts UKU IK NAM Sullivan said the 1ms driver tcportcd Nsrioli was in the baukseit of tiie car An attractive blnik tiiired woman riding in thi troni seat with Uie gambler The bus driLT said ho and his wife were relnrniiiy io FI Fiso ly governirent icaf ie th Iri iskrd his name nol to ho rd heiflusc if il were my Surplus Eggs Are fo U K at Sixth of Cost The coin modify credit corporation today sold 31818C00 pounds of surplus dried eggs rusting about StO million to liie United Kingdom for million I The tale disposed of about 37 per cent of Hie coi positions stocks of dried ejfts bought inirirr a farm price bnppurl program iluLing 1018 1M9 ant this year j Tin miCllASK is being financed by i fiwl of 3 milJjun in Gronoinic coopeitliun nd minis ration funds iniilini in British dollars incl million nf Agriculture Depart nwnl funds awiilable for iliiosnt uf farm J Negro Sentenced For Bribe Which Heard Didnt Take Hoblis uht plcaditl pnilly tti Hubbs mayor J 1nul llviiril a liriljr was liiUjostonlny al llus ucll d five it seven vinrs in Ihc late inistui Distrivl Uorji T Haii is Ihicn the IKiHl u inuiiil i ihjiryrs if Inibe In pvnti44 ers pul ttiinker Innl luiii in Lea jiil a1ut II Ilie d Ira roLinly jimd jmy cim lie IUH trUtMit iintiiiii is ID hsive Kfl tin S200 oulby for ovory man wouKm anj Ho loriay by Ihc House ipjiropriaUons publj spending child hi the a committee Grim njtnintor of the cost of war more than half o its life wouldnt he worth lolal is comiosecl of item11 fur rational defense including charges out of world war II The liillj carries 13911127300 for the tilled 5 pncc Miracle Drug Is 22 cents a ixjimcl Rrniinht tn Am DlOUgni IU HIM Silver City Boy sohoc and i loriiiii NOMINATION In wns taiiliinuiiiiit to llie H 10 tiii fickl i Tli Dlnvu I Omliy lion Kiyi II i11 Ih McKi ih ill nffii L inn M iffiiirn v in nns nf Dfiin il wrist Ihroiiifh lie County Chairman For Republicans i omily OO1 1 puup nf u i M rv lki lUivcr Jv 1 S wllil luil llVIH aviuly 11 tv prouil nlll tllV I tol si llo VIK 1 Kl U oil H Sllll i rale iiilir f ilicll fl ur i1 111 il iln j puly I i A tiMn i UUIS UJilli riliJ IhvoiiLili llic j 10 says mail Fear Foul Play In Search for Veteran of Navy SILVER Senrch for a missing riwy vcltraix returned lo this toilny nftcr hnndwriling studies ol sonic travcUrs cliucks in dicted lie tnay liavc tret foul pby somewhere nlony the Arizona New Mexico border Sheriff Bnrtlcy McDonald npjwil Congressman Dies At House Hearing Church Ittil Gli years old col hpsed and totJay it a con yrussional conMiiiltcc He was proiionncdl dcad Ijy Krp Miller of a phyiician hearing was lieing held hy the IloisccoinnutUv on cxtciilive cxpenlitnrcs on proposed rcorgan in the uit Lonii lahnr re latoas honni ChaiLman Danson Dlll Church was givinij the group his fense Dciwrtmcnl for1 ihe veterans ndtnmislruioLi nnd for the atomic energy commission i t Tlinti no Ecup cuts in any I major programs the reduc tion under Presideiil Trumans IT quests being five pur cent BuUhere j is n raove in ihe Hume to send the i brutal mini liill bick lo llie rommittet Cor i fur futlhcr SI iniHion cvil nr more Slttcd for Huiise debiie week Jiim the bill wraps into i j Britons of to rTHcliers in his lo lonk Cor traces of Koircsl Dcnn Pin rell 20 has irnt been heard from fincc he left Motitrose Calif Jan 12 bound for his home in Toledo ni Grows For Return of The British yctimlly are yetlErn hem for alioul 31 cents n pmnul in thtir OUTI mnniy Tiie CCC which is Ue govern me ills nniltibillinn i lollav farm pri cc su ujiu L I o ycncy on 1Jiw Albuquerque Trucking Firm Granted Permit For Los Alamos Route SANTA nviy Co SILVKK nov Jbtly Sun iiiniii dim xinif bns bnn up pnonthsold Grrnld Uynn Knuk w I off death frmu f Ctcrnlil snn oi Mr and Jiy I Funk Km I ilaviiid fljvvn In iii tiiuiXrMly in j luis inylrented n contestel cm p i strvc leliuji of dread tut o some Commibbionur Dni Seililli said lu lay iho rl of the ixji for the first time in uirnlii n liisloiy of ihu nldtiitie irofwsioda lluijs uiy oilier carriers11 Llie Apjuoprinlions J mote Hum iO and D C last the dn out i lirpc n Miffn Gerald firM Uraim ill lhat time dectui lunkentia Wudnosifny the Kcd Cm TIII ONKV Dnrii vis inh iiiff Mvr fntiw JJiiliin luis lulil lioid ihnt i sfmiu do noifc in vnl i LII Jrirjiiiiy nii MI tla p i Hiiuinoniii to IILIV IDI Mvi IRIV ilsn On hi HKil sp federal igeneies Nut iuclwM nrenioiv ii foreign and niiiilary assistance j violence if Urilaiirs postwnr kid U ov Joe Montoya anil fonner fMit iny on i vi Ln iiria i i JIM wLdiiesnny me neu Heltiny moiu uid Tfiu application bad hcun opposed ntraugenitnLs fnr plane Ihc ikkcniiijliy Western freighl lines owned hy m fur Cliraid unl rnui ii Vein I li Hci funds and pertiwncitt inrlefinile apnioprinliuns italics slid u llie HoUrl The hills lolal proprialions proviiled ate Pinnell had in travelers checks less lhan llie IVtsWenl icqinbdrl j policemen lia when he lefl California One of lhcjau1 if hy Connriw would u nivtl checks rasbcd in Glnlx Ariz another in Doming nrotlier in Uis Cruces and two in Grant county 1TJ3 car was foyml in El Pabo Jan lt two duys nflcr the rlieuks were easiird hero Poutc at first lluniRni he had jjone east frnm El PJSO bill studies of tiie cinlorsc nients on the checks iniliciiled the one written in CloUwas nil right but tlint MiivequLrvt endorsements may have forced McDonald expressed the opinion Urilun the tasl Ihat more nnl I Vtldtly Knvtijn Freight lines the mure criminals we euirying guns Saula Fc Tiiii Co and oJiers They contended thai now ECV ie ouiiniiiy tionidy arc nut result in nn estimated fidcil thfvH Stnnud by public of for the WliL fiscal headline piokiisln l yenr starting next July I The np tnCM ai firtSsurL fion pnieiilb OlIiLi al icnrgeluun md fli IcuktMiiu was M ru the Kinik family at Fnl liJi Hayaid tolldinu i fir that I ilinninhout the land the llonso if LtguSarvnule service to Alamos j Louts today discusses ihe growing Nivaju Freight linesnul by jiltrry of the autiie olbur two lo Los uoiitrl duplicate tu 1 fimiiy OI llir stiiiketi iliihl ng freJgbt iervice lo the SANTA n KTS LOANS WASIttNTrmM l Lily n San t a Ke hiis bcin Mans by Ltur jcutiil Gentry is the third linii to lu jranlcd a jiermiL or scheduled planninn a II is Mmnt Guni Jnv SI v a sewage I It W llrullt soi Gulii i I IN AtlUU AMI MK mil ljKitll lrokin liollli ibc In addiliin Tox Cox dihf of Hie a Ninii niiujini prrpriaUs whlih lho slKijia raTor tnolor IransporMlitn division Onu is for SJvOW or 1 M Mninrl Itmiu iv Hi 1 less tlian l jsl 0 invested HHTI arc uiaylxj M or IT mhcr SHSflOO ruionMrncliDn of a Mwitfc j H W HridUy said Cuiin and SSl2On180 low llian l1Kihlllts rrjr js lines aulliomed to serve Ins Alnrnns trcMincnl and ilisposit plint wilknl in fmni uf iht ni was Cor acliv Of mlkiinj Ugal once lie of nunschwltiKil r is for SliOOO fm a ni nsihs ilics Ihiy year ajjain tiie uf ihe lash incjc sirvicc itnniklitit sanilnry outfall Mvtr ilmir al ihe linn MAV St j HV SANTA I I IKAIN HOSWKLIi IlA lii JK tivali fi Inans by Llur gintril j IIUK tualnl KI aijminislratiun for public il Suniliy uhn bv wii stri Schedules of 2 jSanta Fe Trains iTo Be Chanqed v i Sinli fV fuijdil l I In addilion il provides mnhorily for lireo terms in a row tj licijmnini in WHI In 1310 he tirokc his o cry for Ins sinus o cry niBiccwssMlly lor i CheckWriting Thorn in Side cncintf iwo fcmaycil hoys list Fchnniy for ncirly killing an eld erly woinnn a lent ti cauf hey were jitst looking for lo pdiv dccfarirl y The Weather And wlinl be fairer Ihm ibc oE Hie KBI irL fliy of Tolnys Irtn jrn bluruid go will over CO el lie lor an early nd mid Vrslviilays was only 51 jl the last flay nf winter low ujs 5 The to Kentucky wns New Oilcuns Tcro Wylic II spcrial of tlic slnry pri UrjMy 1 DtLi K 111 Gallup is contiiiutvl fair and warm toniglil nnd tomorrow high cloudircss nnd nioderife tetnperiiturcs should ctm tinue lomorrow says ihc weathcr man ami weather fchoiild remain nhonl Ihe with ihc exception of 1 lilUc cooler tcm lcraliircs In the extreme southeast Euro U nivc uut iiiiH il1 lerirber of ihe Njvajo Indian agincy at Window Hock Ariz rJrwjj First Stntc Hank of Onllup UsmH lixe name of Jack L Nel son Ucgay wrote across llie ficc lhat the cheeks were lo he dished any place in the U S nnd on the reverse side placed his finger prints In many eases he had both Ins linger piinls nnd sigoiinre no tarised He later ch ringed I he name in CrJuvird Thomai uhicJi Jio JiiJ There Inez A1 left ffitpijwl fl y tin gcy ai wiuiow Woman Diss 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