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France Now Is United
ILO Delegates Insist
At Meeting Here
In broken English, management
and employe agreed last night at
the auditorium of the Press Club,
that France is united.
Elements of the underground
were presented to 400 persons, mostly
Americans.
Col. Aristides Antoine, a public
utilities delegates to the Fighting
French Committee in the United
States, told the meeting:
"We are all together in this fight.
We visualize no possibility of dic
tatorship."
His remarks were duplicated by
Albert. Guigui, top workers' repre
sentative to the French Committee
of National Liberation.
Both feel that there is no class
distinction in the fight for French
Independence. Each agreed that a
class quarrel at the present time
might impede the fight for French
national identity.
Both Col. Antoine and M. Guigui
were delegates at the recent con
ference of the International Labor
Organization at Philadelphia.
Both last night emphasized their
confidence in Gen. De Gaulle and
expressed doubt that he had any
notion of dictatorship. The speak
ers declined to comment on the
failure of the American Govern
ment to recognize Gen. De Gaulle
as head of the French government.
’Kidnaper’ of Wife Held
In Threat on Her Life
James P. Cox, 26. of 3209 D street
S.E., who earlier this year threw a
drugstore full of judges and lawyers
into a panic when he “kidnaped"
his wife, Rose Evelyn Cox, from the
place at pistol point, was arraigned
yesterday in Municipal Court on
a new charge of threatening her
life. •
Cox was arrested yesterday after
his wife told police he had threat
ened her first with a butcher knife
and later had said he was going to
get a gun.
Judge Brice Clagett ordered him
held in $700 bond and the case
continued until June 5 to allow a
mental examination to be made.
For the “kidnaping episode" last
January Cox was fined $50 in
Municipal Court on a charge of
carrying a concealed weapon.
43 District Selectees
Report for Induction
Forty-three District selectees have
been ordered to report for induc
tion into the armed forces today.
Included in the group are 24 men
for the Army and 19 for the Navy.
The list follows:
Army.
Adams- Thurston W. Burrell. Joseph H
ni vn?* GeorseE Craddock. James W.
De Hart Kenneth A. Gatling. Herbert N
c0n M' Hill. Junius C.
hR*i Swa|n, Dabney 8.
wSR’.5't*' Thomas, Arthur D.
Oltff.WiUiam L. Johnson, Thomas
Etasulli. Ernest B. Davis. Ernest
Thornberry. R J. McCain. Hosea
Waldecker. R. B. Prince, Willie P.
Yost. John H Smith, Sam
Peters. Thomas F. Thompson, James
. , , _ Navy.
f?uSeB.h,R' Williford. Vaughn B.
gmith. Albert J Gebicke. William A.
Howard, Harold W. Aylor. Chester M.
Rose. Tommie A Ford. Alvin L.
Smvey. Richard F. Howard, James
' Marin L Lewis. Bernard H
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Danielle Darrieux
Reported Robbed
By the Associated Press.
LONDON, May 23.—Danielle Dar
[rieux, French film actress, was!
robbed by masked bandits recently
while dining with her husband In
; their villa in Haute Savoie Province,
;the German news agency DNB said
today in ft broadcast recorded by
the Associated Press.
The actress was married to Porfl
rio Rublrosa, Dominican Charge
d’Affaires in -Vichy, September 18,
1942.
Death Under Cage Wheels
Ends Boy's Visit to Circus
By the Associated Press.
BOSTON, May 23.—Twelve-year
old Donald Whitney saw his last
%ircus train come to town in the rain
at the Boston & Maine freight yards
yesterday.
He watched the Ringling Brothers
Barnum <fe Bailey men unload the
animal cages from freight cars onto
trailers and trudged along beside
them as they were hauled off to
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The youngster even had a ride on
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Arkansas Man to Head
OPA Rationing Office
By the Associated Presa.
Jerome M. Ney yesterday was ap
pointed acting assistant deputy ad
ministrator for rationing in the Of
fice of Price Administration. OPA
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Established 1*91
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Washington headquarters office."
Mr. Ney, formerly in OPA’s At
lanta regional office, succeeds James
E. Kelley, resigned.
Mr. Ney, a resident of Port Smith.
Ark., has had 30 years’ experience
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