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BUBBLE GUM FOR VOTES—Jim Hurdle, 13 (right), a candidate
for one of the council posts at the Georgetown branch of the
Washington Boys’ Club, follows a time-honored political custom
by passing out cigars, bubble gum variety, to prospective voters.
Receiving the cigars are (left to right) Dick Griffith, 7; Joe Furr,
6; Joe Griffith, 9, and Richard Shoup, 9. Nine council members
will be chosen Saturday to help Paul Casassa, director, run the
club. —Star Staff Photo.
Austrian Nurse Seized
By Reds Is Found Slain
By the Associated Press
VIENNA, Dec. 7.—A young Aus
trian nurse was taken off a train
early yesterday morning by Rus
sian soldiers, who charged her
papers were not in order. A few
hours later her decapitated body
was found along the rails, Aus
trian police reported last night.
They said there were signs of
a bitter struggle near the spot
where the body of Anna Hellein,
29, was found. They believed she
was either dead or unconscious
when her body was placed on
the track.
Her body showed signs of a
brutal beating. She had also been
robbed of her wristwatch, purse
and identification papers.
Police said Russian authorities
are helping investigate the case.
Princess Elizabeth Visits
U. S. Cruiser at Malta
By the Associated Press
VALETTA, Malta, Dec. 7.—
Princess Elizabeth and the Duke
of Edinburgh paid a 45-minute
visit to the United States heavy
cruiser Des Moines in this Med
iterranean port yesterday.
The royal couple was greeted
by Vice Admiral John J. Balen
tine, commander of the United
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Cut in only enough to dampen flour
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stand at room temperature for a few
minutes. Roll half of pastry into a
circle on lightly floured surface. Line
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remaining pastry into a rectangle.
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States 6th Task Force in the
Mediterranean. They were given
an entire page in the visitor’s
book for their signatures.
All Arguments Heard
In Ober Law Appeal
By Associated Press
ANNAPOLIS, Dec. 7.—The ar
guments are all in and the Court
of Appeals now faces the problem
of deciding whether Maryland’s
new anti-subversive law is consti
tutional.
The court had appealed the de
cision of Circuit Judge Joseph
Sherbow that the act was uncon
stitutional. He ruled it violated
guarantees of freedom of speech,
the press and the right of free
assembly.
The so-called Ober law calls for
a loyalty check on all public em
ployes, including schoolteachers.
It provides heavy penalties for
those who persist in belonging to
a subversive organization or who
openly advocate the overthrow of
the Government by force or vio
lence.
If the State succeeds In having
Judge Sherbow’s decision over
turned, the act would face a
referendum at next November’s
general election before it becomes
effective.
It was drawn up by a special
commission headed by Prank B.
Ober, Baltimore attorney.
West Germans Draft Law
To Close All Brothels
ly the Associated Press
HAMBURG, Germany, Dec. 7.—
Legislation is being prepared to
close down all houses of prostitu
tion in the West German Republic.
Prof. Andreas Knack, president
of the Hamburg Health Board,
said the ban was being proposed
by a parliamentary Medical Com
mittee. It would be similar to a
law of the old Weimar Republic
which remained in force until the
Nazis reopened brothels in 1934,
Prof. Knack said.
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