The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 13, 1951 · Page 3
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FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1951 BLYTHEVIU.B. (ARK.) .COURIER NEWS TrumanMay AskGen. Bradley To Continue in Staff Position By ELTON C. KAV WASHINGTON, April 13. (A')— Gen. Omar Bradley may be asked to stay on for another term as chairman o( the joint chiefs of star/, jt was learned today. The five-star general, now 58 years old, had planned to take off jhls uniform and do some fishing ^pnd hunting after next Aug. 10. That's the date his two-year tour of duty in the JCS post ends. President Truman Is said to want the "GI General" to remain on. Bradley would have been eligible to retire five years ago under the 30-year retirement provision of the Army. However, he passed ui> retirement to serve first as chief of staff of the Army, then as chairman of the joint chiefs. In the latter post, he has had to handle problems equal to any he encountered either as Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower's ground deputy In the European war or as army chief of staff. The MacArlhur How To the purely military troubles arising from the Korean War and the buildup of American forces in Western Europe was added the stormy political controversy which reached a dramatic climax early Wednesday when president Truman fired Gen. Douglas MacArthur. As one of Mr. Truman's chief counselors on military matters, Bradley presumably had to make his recommendation when the President: was weighing the question of reprimanding or firing the Far Eastern t commander. I Bradley is the first man to hold the JCS chairmanship under the post officially created by an act of Congress, Eisenhower served for six months as a "coordinator" for the joint chiefs, an 'arrangement made by the late Secretary of Defense Forrestal and Mr. Truman. However, that assignment was only an executive provision, in the meantime, amendments made to the original service unification bill included formal creation of the post of chairman and Mr. Truman asked Bradley to accept the job. Murray Smart Given Tulane Scholarship Murray Smart, Jr. Murray Smart, Jr., son of Mr. »nd Mrs. D. Murray Smart, Sr., 1041 West Walnut, has received on honor scholarship appointment to the Tulane University School ot Architecture, It was announced today. The scholarship was received by him tram Dr. R. c. Harris, president of Tulane University. Based on high scholastic ratbig during four years in senior high I; school, the appointment was recommended by the university's committee of scholarship. Murray, an honor student and Air Conditioned By Refrigeration NEW "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sal. & Sun. Ph. 58 Friday "BLONDIE" with Penny Singlofon Saturday "NIGHT RIDERS OF MONTANA" Alan Lane Saturday Owl Show "GREAT MANHUNT" Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. Sunday & Monday 'SADDLE TRAMP' .To«] McCrea TO BE niSl'l.AYEr, HEHE-Tli c Iron Maiden of Nurembur dieval torture devic 'e. is one of many curiosities and oddities to be seen here Monday and Tuesday when the Arkansas' Disabled American Veterans organization brings a touring exhibit of Robert Riplcy's "Believe It or Not" museum pieces to Blytheville. The exhibit, will b« free to the public, and will feature original and authentic objects of art and interest collected by Mr. Ripley during his travels. • Mobile Museum of 'Believe It or Not' Oddities to Be in Blytheville 2 Days A traveling museum of Robert* Riplcy's "Delleve It or Not" oddities will be in Blylheville Monday and Tuesday under the auspices of the Arkansas Disabled American Veterans organization. To be located at Main and Second Streets, the large truck trailer containing the museum will be open from 10 a.m. until to p.m. both days. No admission Is to be charged but any voluntary contributions received will be used by the Arkansas DAV to carry out its program of service to disabled veterans. Included In the mobile museum is medieval torture device, "The Iron Maiden of Nuremburg" a working model of an inventor's attempt to perfect, perpetual motion a knife that cuts cold steel, an Indian necklace made of human bones the trigger fingers of men massacred at Ouster's "Last Stand," a two-headed calf, a mummified hand with a curse that came true a S50.000 shoe and a murder poison ring. , Many original drawings of Ripley's "Believe It or Not" cartoons also will be on display. senior at Blytheville High School, has accepted the appointment and will begin his work at Tulane in September. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Friday & Saturday "MAN FROM SONORA" Johnny Mack Hrown • Alsti Cartoon & Serial 2 Youths Hanged For $12 Slaying BOISE, Idaho, April 13. Wj—TWO youths were hanged today 'for a robbery-slaying which netted them $12. Tne 'wo youngest persons ever executed in Idaho—were Troy Powell, 21, and Ernie Walrath. 20. 'Hiey pleaded guilty to the fatal knifing and beating of Newton Wilson, 65-year-old Boise grocer, last May. Walrath admitted stabbing the grocer seven times In the back. Powell admitted having.hit Wilson with a sackful of rocks but contended he was innocent of the slaying. __ Just before he died Walrath said: "Lord Jesus receive my soul." He was offered a sedative by the prison physician, but refused It He pointed to a Bible and commented: '"Hie only medicine is there." THEATRE 201.9 West Main Show Starts 7:00 Saturdays & Sundays 1:00 Always a Double Feature Last Times Today — PLUS- BUD tOU ABBOTT • COSTELLO Saturday Owl Show Navy Bound Tom N'cal Sun.-Mon.-Tues. EDMOND WANDA O'BRIEN-HENORIX RUDY VALLH Also Warner and Shorts MIXIC4H v t J? » Ji&YRIDE COI.OK CARTOON Saturday Only!" —Plus— "DAUGHTER OF THE JUNGLE" Lois l,liilt • James (,'arrtutll "Wild Bill llickok' 1 and Color Cartoon Saturday Chvl Show /KUKK/OUFF Invisible Monster No. 14 Color Carloon Lepanto's Sgt. Hendrix Injured In Korea; Holds Medal of Honor PAGE THREE LEPANTO, Ark., April 13. (API — An Arkansas Consressiotial Medal of Honor winner, cpl. James R Heiufrix of Lcpanto, has been hurt in Korea. His wife, Mrs. Helen Hcndrix of Lepanlo.-said her husband wrote her that he'd been hurt, last March 11 white serving with the 187th Air- bcrne Regiment. Jimmie was hurt in the right leg," said Mrs. Hcndrix, "He didn't toll me that he sot shol." The 181th completed a parachute attack behind North Korean lines March n, Hcndrix has had numerous scrapes with death. He received the nation's highest military award for his heroic action durin;-; the famed Battle of the Bulge of World War II.. He then was a staff sergont with the 4th armored division. Hendrix single handcdly attacked two German nrtiltery guns, forced the crew.s U> surrender, destroyed two enemy machine gun positions, pulled three wounded Americans from burning vehicles; killed seven Germans with his rille .-md captured 13 others. As a master sergeant, Hendrix h"d another escape from death. While serving as a paratrooper at Fort BenntnB, Ga., his pnrncliule failed to open on a jump and he fell 1.009 feet to the ground. His injuries were minor. Fcirouk fo Marry In Palace May 6 CAIRO. Egypt. April 13. W>—A court announcement disclosed lasl night that Kins; Farouk's heralded wedding to a beauteous 17-year-olrl Narrlman Sadek will take place ,it Koubbch Palace at 11 a.m. (4 a in EST) May e. The day is the 15th anniversary of the Egyptian monarch's reign, Tile day of the wedding was set iji March. The new announcement fixes the hour and place. Members of the royal family, including"heir apparent Prince Mohamed AH. and hiffh officials ..will attend the nuptials, the announcement said. Ricks' Qualifications Are Challenged LITTLE ROCK. April 13. (AP> — A state Senate investigating committee, was told yesterday Brig. Gen. Earl Ricks, deputy chief of the National Guard Bureau, does not have the qualifications to serve is adjutant general of Arkansas. The charge cnme from a member of the Arkansas Military Department whose recent dismissal set the stage for a Senate Investigation into operations of the agency. ASPIRIN I AT ITS BEST] WORLD'S UUH SELLER AT 10/ St. Joseph ASPIRIN Friday & Saturday "RETURN OF THE FRONTIERSMAN' Starring Gordon .1IcRa« and Jullt London Saturday Midnile Show Slsrls 10:IS " ALCATRAZ ISLAND" Ann Shcrulnn and Hundreds of Others Sunday &- Monday M-G-M's ALL-TIMS BIGGE5t N TECHNICOLOR ANNIE GET YOUR GUN BETTfHUTTON HOWARD KEEL ,* IOUIS J.CAMCM CM.HERN • NAISH fOWA»0 «£NAN ARNOLD • WYNN News of Men In the Service lalked to her son, First Lt. Bennett Wilson, who Is in Korea, by telephone Tuesday night. Stationed at the air base In Korea, the Air Force officer has been there for 20 months. He told his mother he expects to return to the United States soon under a troop rotation plan. Clifton Wixon. son of Mr, and Mrs. R. A. Wixon of fiurdctlc. has becti promoted to private first class. He Is presently stationer! at Tyminll Air Force Ilasc, f'la., where he Is taking special training. The Wlxons' other son, I'fc. Bill Wixon, Is now with the mh Fighter Wing at Uergstrom Air Field. Austin, Texas. T A K I N G 11 I' r I! i; s II i; || COURSE - Lt. (jg) Robert, I- Rhodes, USN. son of Mr. ami Mis. A. I). Rhodes of Canuhcrsvillc. Mo.. Is taking a refresher course in Combat Intelligence Center work nt U.S. N'nvjil Air Station Clenvlciv, 111. On completion of the course. 1,1. Rhodes is scheduled to be assigned to the destroyer USS Cunningham. He is the husband of Mrs. Gelt? Mansfield Rhodes of Montclair. N.Y. (Official Navy Photo) Mrs. B. B. Wilson or Blytheville Transfer Held Illegal LITTLE HOCK, ^pril 13. MP> — Attorney General ike Murray yesterday held Ihe transfer of $90.161 by the Legislature from a state agency to the eHalth Department was illegal. Eleclronlcs Technlcian-Electronics- maii School at the Naval Air Technical Training Center, Mlllingion Charles L. Butler, airman, USN, son of J. c. Butler ol Keiser. was "vies ^JX'SU^ Si.?'.- "I. now. U assigned to o Patrol Squadron 44 at Norfolk, Va A graduate of Reiser High School lie entered the Navy May 4, 1950 ' Starts 7:15 p.m. Kids Under 12 FHKJi With 1'nrenls PLAYGROUND -tOUTk^ For |||e Kwdie , LAST TIMES TONITE! TWO BIG HITS rirsl City Showing TWO COLOR CARTOONS SAT. ONLY—-2 BIG FAMILY TREATS—2 ONI: OF THE vein's I'INKST JU.S'GU; ril.MS X ACTION AT ITS BUST . THE CISCO KID Sunday, ,Moml;iy & Tue "BORN YESTERDAY Judy llollulay Hioiiderk'k Crawford William Holden PLANNING A GARAGE? Then Call 2.134 for Free Eslimale Turn y,,,, r porch Into i k,, o tt y plne [k . n or rv room. Hiiths and Kitchens Hcmodeled Non-Mortgage FHA Terms As l.onj as 30 Months to I'uj BUILDERS SUPPLY CO., Inc. "Everything for the HulMcr" W. H. Peas, s. Hiway 61 J. Wilson Henry __ _ ..TERROR OF THE JUNGLE! 2—COLOR CARTOONS 2 IS ., BUCK . Nrn Good Nifrafe Fertilizer 1 will luivc a cur of Calcium Ammbnium Nilrale here next week. It contains 20.5% nitrogen and the price is $72.00 per Ion, F.O.H., Blylhcville. Paul D. Foster, Distributor Phones 3418-3153 Blyrhevftle, Ark. : OUR DEFENSE MONEY! The SPENDTHRIFT When fhe socialistic planners go on a SPENDING SPREE with YOUR tax money, they don't care how far they go! They are scheming right now lo spend Million! of Your Dollars for unnecessary government Electric Plants that we DON'T need! The electric industry has 24 million extra kilowatts on order right now ... and that is 4 million more than even the Government planners say we'll need! Wasteful socialistic schemes MUST be stoppedl let's cut out the "politics as usual" and get down to the big job-DEFENSE. I HI MIOHTY Write or wire Your Congressmen: No more JAX MOMY for NOW-DEFENSE SPEND/KG" • Th» business-managed ele<tm industry If the on* indvttry that nos doubled its capacity, and reduced th» <ort, — — - — - • So, your government ne«d not spend your 10* money for Public Power (Political electricity). Ark-Mo Power Co.

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