The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 30, 1951 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 30, 1951
Page 6
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PAGE SIX BttTHEVlLTJB, .y OOVRTCT MEWS THUKSBAT,. AUGUST XzechDefiesU.S.onOatis,' Rep. Jenner Says of Envoy WASHINGTON. Aug. SO. (JP) — Senator Jenner (R-Ind) today accused the new Czechoslovakia!! am- 'Disgusted' Man Slays 2 Persons Laundry Operator 'Intended to Kill More Including Self KANSAS CITY, Mo., Aug. 30. UP) —A youthful businessman shot to death two persons, including a university professor, yesterday and told police he Intended to kill five others and then commit suicide. He said he was "mad at them" and "Just disgusted." Police said Richard Barry Donaldson, 29-year-old laundry operator, admitted the slayings in a signed statement. Dead were Alfredo Ortiz-Vargas. 53, assistant professor of foreign languages and literature at the University < of Kansas City, and Mrs. William Lay, 77-year-old Negro. Two of the Intended victims escaped death because Donaldson's > pistols misfired. Two .others were not at home and the fifth did not answer her door when Donaldson appeared. • The laundry operator started his Journey :>f death in a taxicab, stop- ping at several different places. bsssador to Washington of "defying" this government. And he railed anew upon the government to Uke "all proper steps" to effect release of William N. Oa'.Ls from • Czech prison. Jenner's remarks were prompted by a statement of Ambassador Vladimir Proch»zk» yesterday that Communist Czechoslovak!* "will not yield" to American economic, political or propaganda pressure to free Oata. Oatls, Associated Press correspondent in Prague, was convicted by a Czech court on espionage charges and sentenced to five to ten years in prison. The U.B. government has called the charges baseless and said the trial was a farce Jenner said that Prochalki's evident refusal to discuss the case freely* with officials here amounted to a deliance of the U.S. government. Senator Benton (D-Conn), In a separate interview, called the CMch attitude "a very unhappy and tjrag- lo impasse." After a 30-minute conference with Secretary of State Acheson yesterday, Prochazka told reporters "the case Is closed." The Czech embassy later phoned the Associated Press to say the ambassador said "from a juridical point of view the case Is" closed." Reporters heard him make no such qualification, but the acknowledged he might have done so. Some 50 reporters, photographers and newsrecl men were milling around. Three Marines Win Natio's Highest Award—All Were Killed in Korea WASHINGTON, Aug. 30. (Ft— The names of three Marines were added today to the list oj the nation's outstanding heroes—the winners of the Medal of Honor. None of the three was on hand to receive the decoration. Each died In Korea. tn their places came their parents to receive the awards from the hands of Secretary of the Navy Kimball, And among those present for the ceremony was Marine Corp. Bert M. Johnson, 18, of Grand Prairie, Tex. One of the medal winners sacrificed his own life in saving Johnson's. The medal winners were: Pic. Stanley R. Christiansen, 3t, of Mlndbro. Wis., who gave his Me In. what the Marine Corps described as "a one-man stand against * ferocious attack which threatened to destroy hl» platoon on 8ept. 29., 1950." /Pfc. Eugene A, Obregon, IS, of (624 Evergreen Ave.) Los Angeles, Calif., who sacrificed his life to save a wounded comrade—Johnson s-on Sept. 28, 1»50. Then a private, Johnson now Is a corporal on duty at Camp IjeJeune, N. O. Lt. Lopez, 26, of (3405 Twelfth St.) Tampa, Fla., i Naval Academy graduate who, with his wounded right arm, pulled & live hand grenade under his own body to shield his men from the explosion, which killed him. 7 to Be Arraigned In Honolulu HONOLULU, AUK. 30. MT-Sever j alleged Communists. Including Ha- j wall's top labor leader, were ordere:' arraigned In federal court tomorrow on charges of plotting to advocate th« violent overthrow of the U. 8. government. Jack W. Hall, regional dlrectoi of Harry Bridges' International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union, and six others were arrested Tuesday and Indicted Wednesday.' Grady Meets Mossadegh TEHRAN, Iran. Aug. 30, CAP) — U.S. Ambassador Henry P. Grady conferred for 40 minutes today with Iran's Premier Mohammed Mossa- degh. He said afterwards there has been no change in Iran's opposition to British proposals to settle the oil crisfs. Read Courier News classified Ads . ts seen in CHARM 1"l"er-ful of joj . . . the»it-borne comfort of hand-sewn SONGOs. This smart moc is crafted of velvet-soft leathers, hand-rubbed to the glein, of j collector's Indian penny! And here's why SONGO's your happy-huoting ground* — you get genaint banJ-iewnt J at usembly-liae price}. 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