The Independent Record • 23 February 1954

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The Independent Record •  23 February 1954 - Page Ten Overflow Crowd Jams Civic To Acclaim...
Page Ten Overflow Crowd Jams Civic To Acclaim General Dean, Who Warns to Keep Up Guard An overflow crowd of more than 3,000 jammed the Civic Cen- have continued warning of the 'coming depression.' They know ter Monday night to accord a ' i f they can inspire fear our hero's ovation to Maj. Gen. Wil-|strings will be drawn tighter and l i a m V Dean, Korean w a r hero'bring on depression. and now deputy commander sixth 1 "They preach it, they prophec armv " i it and if they believed in God thej The huge auditorium was packed j would be praying for it as Capital City residents turned Their third method will be out in force to acclaim General I military aggression They will Sean on the occasion of the Amen- not attack until they feel we can Legion-sponsored Korean Hon-.^our guar^down,'' tbejjen- or day observance. I eral said, explaining the need ior a strong national guard and reserve. reserve. General Dean responded with praise for Montana's fighting men Jr *-»-"- . 4 A T f J 1C D11 COOCU Lilt -llilpUi iail\.C. Vi and a message of warning to Mon- Montana in military and civilian tanans to support armed iorces re- def northern serve and civilian deforce pio- , , He stressed the importance of serve and grams for their o\n ueliaie. border. "We must gain and retain the Once again General Dean men suppor t O f families and the gen- tioned Capt. Rick Roman of Boze- |9ral pu bij c (f or the reserve pro- man, a World war II infantry cap gram)/' General Dean emphasized, tain, who died leading hi« men. j .j on j y wish w e cou irt s how the "He has alwajs typified ^lon- |SJJlle re s pe ct for our men in um- tana to me," General Dean dc- j orm j n peacetime as we show in clared. "I Inn e known other .Mon- w a r as the Communists do for tanans with those same character- their men in u m f o r m j soldiers istics, integrity, selflessness a n d ' a n d vcrkers standing side by consideration for others.'' ,each. General Dean said they \\ere 1 -xhat amazed me. impressed me characteristics which he well re- anJ scarei j me _ -phey will not be membered during the "three years sa ti s f ie d until they spread to our I was out of circulation, a guest shoreSt _ _ . They are preparing of the North Koreans. '(civilian defense) for atomic at-' "All other prisoners of war tack and thls leads one to sus _ were turned over to the Chinese pect they are getting ready to They must be liked my face or, t h r o w so " rae thing at us. ... It something. . . . I had a sinecure wou ] d not h e a waste from their leaders International the Is cure I would recommend.' 1 i o n ji on t an a. General Dean drew upon his, ,.j want you to think because r"'!" '",, close association with the North n e had a chance to think since runnm = Korean Reds to gue warnings of T sat on the f]oor watc hing those the Communists' three-pointed, young communists study two fanatic program to gam world hours hours a day They didn't know, team domination. . what they v " " ' ' "----' "Their first line of attack is De ij eved Jt." by psychological warfare."' j ors 1 copying but they 25 I - - -,, , , ,, . n p r p , When presented with a Charles ( 1 8 0 0 poimds was eight said. "They have agents nere,^ RusseU painting copy by J 0 hn' a g o ir f Nome fellow travelers. C. Harrison, post commander, on I T }j e j) OCT Derby's all breed "Their second means, one of behalf of Lewis and clark post No mile race , e _ · .. J ,.·.«..» 4- Vl *-l1-nf 1C" T t l P l C(*n- _ ! . , , 1 - T _ f\ . * " their dearest nomic , . _ -- -- ·* liiiit i c n _ t j » a o » \ j j j wj -i-JA i.it_.ji* iearest hopes, is the eco- 2 of the American Legion, Gen-| ringfeld - s attack. They feel il we era] Dean repliedi .^ am over . Harringfeld is conomic failure they will whelmed . . . . The cordiality of have revolution and Communism my receptlon here will always be iTruc ] cee) vill take over. They feel we must a source O f happy memories, peo^ Lewis pie I have known irom Montana. an d his that I have this, I will want Gen. S. H. in Hospital By Maj. Gen. W. F. Dean Brig. Gen. S. H. Mitchell of i Anaconda, department commander 'of the Legion; Brig. Gen. James 0. Guthrie, 29th air division commander; commander; Brig. Gen. Leroy Anderson, Anderson, 96th dhision commander: the Montana national guard was unable because of illness to go to meet Maj. Gen. William F. Bean--so the Korean war hero paid a ·usil to General Mitchell at St. Peter's hospital Monday afternoon. General Dean, accompanied bj Col. Fred McManaway. senior instructor of the Montana national national guard, visited General Mitchell for a few minutes. The deputy commander, sixth army, expressed his pleasure at General Mitchell's recovery- from a heart ailment which forced his confinement a month ago. to come back to Montana to This, too. caused the crowd to ( tional again hail the general w ith a long o\ation. i t i m e with one team Seated with him on the stage were Gov. J. 'Tugo Aronson o f ' Montana, W. Charles Wallace A race was A See Us For Electric Wiring Installation--Repair Palmquist Electric Estimates Gladly Given 420 N. Main Ph. 1894 Lt. Gov. George M. Gosman o f ! Montana and other past depart-jtwo ment commanders of the Legion, and the Re\s. James A. DeGroatlter and Charles A. Wilson. ' Hole. Wyo. The Helena municipal band, di-, rected by Roberty C. Clarke, pio- vided music for the ceremonies. National Guard and military re- sen e personnel attended in a group. General Dean and his party left by airplane this morning for headquarters headquarters in San Francisco aiter a j round of events which started Sun- day"afternoon"'with"'his7rrivarin loi l He j ena i activity in the Montana oil As he left the Placer hotel and then the airport, General Dean er " --proudly displayed the Russell oaintins "Fort Benton" shook. tr y of hands all around and assured Cap-i? n a offi , ital City residents that "I w , n four wildcats come back again.' : I - , T I T J J 1. Beagle Land and Auto Recovered 'company's Sun No. ! B u t t e -- ( J P ) -- M o n t a

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