Missing Man Found, Can't Explain Moves BELLEVILLE, Ont., Dec. 12 James Brunson, 58, Rawson town ship farmer, missing for five days. was found alive Saturday in n barn owned by his brother. Perry Brun - son, nephew of the missing man. noticed him as he stood in the door of the barn. Brunsnn did not know how he i got in Ihe barn and could not ex - I plain his actions. He said he had ' had no food or water for five days The discovery brought true a dream of Vida Seymour, of Bun - croft, a visitor to the district, who said she dreamed the missing man was sleeping In a hay mow. was captured. In the city he attended attended several schools "I gue.is I went to most of them." he told The Tribune. "I started at the John M. King. Then I went to La Verendre, Alexandra, Isbis - ter. and out in Transcona." "But you went to high school in the United States." "Yeh," he said laconically. ' Football Star He was graduated from high school in Ogle County In 19 - 15 the year he was sentenced to 30 days for chicken stealing. He was a crack football and basketball player and well liked In the school and village. "You had a little trouble after that." "Yes, I did. They didn't give mrs a square deal that first time " ha broke off. "How did you like working on a farm this summer?" "Swell." He broke off, shrugged to his feet and prepared to leave, under guard. "Anything you'd like?" "Well books mabe." He grinned grinned again. "I'm going to be here six weeks anyway, you know." 3 HEIPEL INTERVIEW (Continued from Pago One I to - 1 breaker, dark pants and swealer that he wore when he drove Kaeser's car Into Winnipeg, he spuke wllhuul hesitation of the hearing he was being given, "Do you think you are getting a square deal?" he was asked. A Fair Deal "You bet," he turned serious and continued: "It's a lot better here than it would be down in the States. I think I'll get a fair deal all right." "How did they treat ou when they picked you up In Utegon?' "Boy, they were right after me. They didn't lay their hands on me but they were right there with the questions. If I hadn't been a Canadian Canadian I'll bet they would have third degreed me." "How about the R.C.M.P. officers officers who brought you back?'' "Oh. They were good fellows. They took the cuffs off me as soon as we were on the train. They gave me smokes whenever I wanted wanted them and treated me O.K. They were all right." Reads Detective Stories Harry Heipel is spending most of his time while waiting for the Jury trial to which he has been committed, committed, reading - - some of his reading reading detective stories. The dark - haired, steady eyed youth W'ho Is accused of killing a 65 - year - old man who had befriended befriended him, said "Oh, I'm getting along all right" when asked how he was spending his time waiting for trial. "I'm doing a lot of reading." he said. "What are ynu reading?" "Oh. a variety of books. They have plenty of them in the jail library." "Any detective stories?" "Oh, jes." a fleeting grin. Born In Winnipeg Born In Winnipeg In 1914, Harry Heipel lived In the city until 1031 when he Joined his mother, Mrs. Otto Graham, at Myrte, 111., Just a few miles away from where he HaVe done you your shopping's You can be sure of one thing every smoker on your Christmas list will welcome a gift of Turret Cigarettes; They'll appreciate the original and unique blend of tobaccos that makes Turret the completely satisfying Virginia cigarette. Smattly wrapped for Chritlmat in patkagtt o SO and 100.