Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 30, 1954 · Page 8
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 8

Phoenix, Arizona
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Friday, April 30, 1954
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Pace fi. .The Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Arizona. Drama At 31 acdonald And Main Convict Recaptured In Mesa The second of two dangerous Arizona State Hospital escapees was recaptured without violence yesterday on a Mesa street corner. He is Marion G. Walters, 29, Arizona State Prison convict who bluffed his way out of the Phoenix hospital Wednesday night with psychopathic killer Jack Cathey by threatening a guard with a razor blade. MESA officers gave this account of his capture: Alonzo May, 418 S. LeBaron in Mesa, telephoned police to tell them he saw Walters near his home. Patrolman Preston Dees picked May up in his patrol car and headed downtown, where May pointed Walters out at Main and Macdonald. "How are you doing? You look kind of tired," Dees asked Walters. "Yeah, I guess I am tired," Walters replied. "Well, do you want to come with me?" Dees aslfed. GRAMMAR SCHOOL GRADUATES Make this day one to be proud of be well-groomed in an outfit from our graduation group iUA n A urn COMPLETE I '). i OUTFIT SLACKS DRESS SHIRT TIE All 3 FOR $j95 All Colors INDIVIDUALLY PRICED Slacks S6.85 French Cuff Shirt S2.95 Tie $1.00 USE OUR BUDGET ACCOUNT TAKE 5 MONTHS TO PAY MILLER'S MEN'S SHOP 130 E. Washington St., DOWNTOWN PHOENIX Also in GLENOALE "Okay," Walters replied. "Hell, you know who I am, don't you?" "Yes, I do,"- said Dees. WHEN Walters was, searched at police headquarters, officers found a small knife fitted with a razor blade. They believe it was the weapon used in the hospital escape. Walters, former Leavenworth federal prison inmate sentenced to Arizona State Prison from Phoenix for assault with a deadly weapon, was returned to the hospital yesterday after noon. He had been transferred earlier from prison to the hospital for mental treatment. Also back in the hospital yesterday was Cathey, 23-year-old homicidal psychopath recaptured Wednesday night in Avon-dale. During his two-hour .fling at freedom from the hospital, he staged an armed robbery with an ice pick and stole a car. DR. SAMUEL Wick, hospital superintendent, said an investigation is under way to learn how the escapees got a razor blade in the maximum security ward. Razor blades are not permitted in any ward of the hospital, Wick said. The ice pick, said Wick, was taken from a locked cabinet after the fugitives relieved the guard of his keys. Sleeping pills found on Cathey were obtained the same way, Wick added. Wick described Cathey as a "good patient" whose mental state has improved since his transfer to the hospital from Arizona State Prison. it J " Tr imv , Child Safety Electric outlets and worn extension cords are among many hazards to children found in and around the home. This child shows how a tot's normal curiosity may lead to death or serious injury. To warn parents about these dangers to children, Child Safety Week is being observed here, sponsored by state and city departments of public health. Mahoney Enters Bid mm rti U.S. Propaganda Weapons 'Popguns,' Says Educator LINCOLN UNIVERSITY, Pa. (UP) Dr. Milton S. Eisenhower said yesterday the real America is hidden from most of the world because the nation fights Communist Dropaganda with "popguns and pea shooters." "We should be dropping intellectual atomic bombs," said the neaa oi Pennsylvania state university and brother of President Eisenhower. Speaking at the charter centennial convocation of Lincoln University, Eisenhower said many other people do not have even a "modicum of an understanding of us as individuals qr as a nation." He said they regard Americans as being "all rich through no fault of our own, night-clubbish, frivolous in our outlook upon the rest of the world, and imperialistic." He said that sell-America talk too often concentrates on "bragging about our material achievements." Such achievements are important, he said, but "we have hurled our messages into economic, and intellectual climates which are so different from ours that the people cannot compre hend the meanings of our words." This, Eisenhower said, instead of creating understanding some times builds envy and near hatred, "as in India, for example." Friday, April 30, 1594 Yankee Doodle Shoes For Children 1. Black patent or white leather, 5 'j -8. . . .$3.1? 8'j-3.... 4.4 2. Black patent, white or or red leather with nylon mesh, 5 Vi -8. . . .$3.99 8'j-3.... 4.49 Feliman & Curme 33 WEST ADAMS "The Family Sho. Store" William P. Mahoney Jr. yesterday announced his candidacy for re-election as Maricopa County attorney. The announcement set at rest rumors that Mahoney would seek the Democratic nomination for attorney general in the primary election Sept. 7. Mahoney, one time University of Notre Dame track star, World War TT vptpran anH former as. TOKYO, Friday (INS) An estimated 90.000 "banzai" shouting I cictanr attnmpv' opnoral i nnm. Japanese streamed into the imperial palace yesterday to pay their j pieting his first term as county id rmpeiiu niiuiiiLU wiiu ueieuiaieu xus oom uuinuay, a ; attorney, national noiiaay in japan. 90,000 Japs Invade Palace On Emperor's 53rd Birthday R-E-W-A-R-D IF Tour Country Ford Dealer Does Not BEAT Any Legitimate Deal on a New Ford Glendole Motors 407 S. E. Grand, Glendale For Top Sport News Read The Republic r f'tfmf COME IN AND SEE ITI No tube, no "B" battery! Heir, lifelike sound. Up to 5 time the power of our previous award-winning model! Battery Costs Reduced to a Minimum! Ntver befort could on hearing mid do so muth, for so many, so will, for so little! SONOTONE OF PHOENIX 425 Title and Trust Bldg. 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PENNEY'S BLIND DEPARTMENT DOWNSTAIRS STORE Messages of congratulations came from the heads of 17 countries including President Eisenhower. The emperor immediately cabled thank you replies. Unlike the last New Year's Day stampede in which 17 persons were trampled to death and 70 others injured in a mad rush to get into the palace, the crowd acted in an orderly manner amid strict police vigilance. ine emperor, dressed m a dark swallow-tail suit, appeared before the people six times dur ing the course of the day and smiled and waved to them to acknowledge their cheers. , In the morning, the emperor, dressed in ancient ceremonial robes, reported his birthday to his ancestors, to mark a traditional ritual at the palace. Here After Service Dr. Richard B. Johns, recently returned from two years in the air force, has opened an office in the Park Central Medical Building to practice pediatrics. Member of a pioneer Arizona family, Dr. Johns was in general practice here before entering the air force. He interned at St. Joseph's Hospital. A graduate of North Phoenix High School, the University of Arizona, and Illinois University Medical School, he specialized at Denver Children s Hospital. He is a member of Sigma Psi, medical honorary, and Sigma Nu, social fraternity. He married the former Ruth Phillips, Phoenix. They have four children and live at 1636 W. In-dianola. Cleaning spinach is simpler if you put a little salt in the first wash water. Mahoney was born Nov. 27, 1916, at Prescott, the son of Mr. and Mrs. William P. Mahoney Sr. His father was formerly a sheriff of Mohave County. Educated in the schools of Kingman, Prescott, and Winslow, Mahoney in 1940 received a law degree from Notre Dame. 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