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As London Strike Ends LONDON, April 21 (JP. —A columnist in the Daily Sketch started off today: “As I was about to say when I was so rudely interrupted . . The News Chronicle stoutly denied that it is dead. A Daily Express cartoon showed a gentleman in a bowler hat crawling around with a newspaper in his mouth while his wile explained to a neigh bor: “He has to teach Rover all over again—how to fetch our paper.” And the Daily Telegraph gave thanks that Britons now can stop trying to dig such Yankee jive as “Redwings Rip Leaves as Canadians Blank Bruins.” The great London newspaper strike is over. 26 Days in Muzzle After 26 days in a muzzle, the nationally distributed dailies, most of them in expanded edi tions, set out to tell their 15 mil lion readers what they had missed. Such chit-chat, for instance, as the retirement of Sir Winston Churchill and that a general election is coming up May 26. STORE BLADENSBURG • WISCONSIN AVE. 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On the front page—where they ; always appear—were four solid . columns of birth, death and mar riage announcements. It was the first installment of a hugh < backlog. The Telegraph published an ; eight-page supplement highlight i ing the lost 26 days and most j other newspapers hit the high ! spots In smaller condensations. The papers reappeared with such headlines as “Here We Are Again! Read All About It!" and “Good Morning, All!” Strike Led by Reds | In their editorial columns, the newspapers took a serious view I of the Communist-led strike and called for a government guaran tee against any repetition. The presses were stopped March 26 by a walkout of 700 electricians and maintenance men seeking higher wages. They belong to the Amalga mated Electrical Trades Union. Liberace Booms Las Vegas Hotel LAS VEGAS. Nev., April 2i (/P). —The ninth luxury resort hotel oh Las Vegas’ booming strip— the Riviera—opened last night ; with the flying fingers of Liber ace sounding a 650.000-a-week high note. The popular TV pianist held the stage for more than an li :t. before a celebrity-studded audi ence. He is being paid $150,000 for his three-week engagement. Liberace, complete with can delabra, his brother George, and Mama at ringside, played every thing from “Beer Barrel Polka” to Chopin. It was the second opening of a luxury hotel here In as many nights. The Royal Nevada op ened Tuesday. which Is bossed by Communists, and the Amalgamated Engineer ing Union, which has strong Red influence in its London branches. They demanded a raise of $8.19 a week and finally settled for $1.40 for day workers and $l6B for night men plus a promise of Industry - wide negotiations later. With the increase, wages will be $31.08 for day work and $36.33 for night work. The aver- j age weekly industrial wage in Britain is a bit more than S2B. Woman Is Slain, Madman Sought ST. LOUIS. April 21 UP). —A series of four street shootings in which one woman was killed and two wounded early today started a police investigation to deter mine whether all were the vic tims of a Negro madman. Miss June Lytz, 51. was found fatally wounded in a parkway about 6 a m. today and two per sons reported hearing a shot about 12:30 a.m. Three other victims told police they were fired on by a young Negro driv ing a dark-colored car. Patrolman Bernard Ooclowski reported Miss Lytz, dead from a gunshot wound in the back, was found lying face down in a tri angle-shaped parkway. He said he was led to the body by the woman’s small black dog while walking his beat. Miss Lytz operated a massage parlor located a few blocks away. ' Helen Forrester, a 34-year-old waitress, told police she and two freinds were approached by a Negro in a car about 12:20 a.m. She said she told him to leave after he called “pey, baby.” He fired two snots, one striking her! \UCK HELPS FREE GIRL, 10, TRAPPED IN TREE CLIMB DETROIT UP. Ten year-old Charlene Webb. l j usually adept at swinging 1 through trees, caught her tj foot between two branches. ' She hung on like a mon key. Her- father unsuccess fully tried to free her. . j He called the police. They , couldn’t do it either. They called the fire de t partment. Ladder Group 19 clanged to the scene. The firemen had the answer. Out came a hydraulic Jack. The branches were split apart and Charlene climbed down. in the back. She is in serious condition at City Hospital. Luvlda Hodge, a 22-year-old Negro, was wounded in the leg at 1:30 a.m. in the alley behind her home by a man she described as a tall young Negro driving a black car. A cab driver also reported he ! was fired on by a Negro autoist. Spivak Cleared In Theft Case Joseph H. Spivak. 45, well-to do apartment house owner, to day was cleared of a $3 larceny charge when the case came be fore United States Commission er Cyril S. Lawrence. Motion for dismissal of the charge was made by Assistant United States Attorney Alexan der Stevas. Neither the United States At \mmmmammw -j.'M THE EVENING STAR. Washington, D. C. rarasDAT. aran. »i. im tomey’s office nor Commissioner ! Lawrence required Mr. Spivak | to appear for today's action and the dismissal action was accept ed by his attorney, Alexander Boskoff. ✓ l The decision of the United States Attorney’s office to dis miss the charge resulted after a hearing before Assistant United States Attorney Kenneth Wood, at which he decided there was no evidence to support the charge. Mr. Spivak, a SIOO-a-week Treasury worker, owns the apartment house in which he lives in the 1300 block of Fort ’ BEFORE MOTHS H/T... H QUICK, HEHW, TkS ri ittmoth rUI PROOFER 151^ • ODORLESS jf • / SPRAYING PROTECTS J \SjW p\ TOR A YEAR ISSO STANDARD OIL COMPANY yMUKHIXgMOaHWmUM Otar WU k»la ~ ’ N - ■ ** A-37 r arrested March 27 and accused : of taking three $1 bills from a 1 metal cash box owned by a ■ friend. Dave Haransky, operator r of a variety store at Fourteenth street N.W. * He denied the charge. [ Cancer No. 2 Killer : CHICAGO.—Cancer has moved > up to second place as a cause of 1 death in the United States since : 1900. when it was in eighth : place. Average hospitalization : cost per cancer patient is esti i mated at $535.