The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 26, 1954 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, AUGUST t«, 1954 Blasts Adenauer By TOM REEDY BERLIN (AP) — A West German Parliament deputy from Chancellor Konrad Adenauer's Christian Democratic party, who defected to the Communists a week ago, told an East Berlin news conference today he fears the Adenauer government "with American prodding" is driving Germany toward war and ruin. The Communist Eastern govern- , ment triumphantly presented former Parliament D p u t y Karl Scbmidt-Wittaiack to an international press conference in the Soviet sector today, just as they did . former West German security chief Otto John on Aug. 11. The 40-year-old schmidt-Witt- mack, who was deputy chairman of Adenauer's CDU party in Hamburg, crossed into the East just a week ago with his wife and daughter. West German authorities have! ruefully admitted that, as a member of key parliamentary committees on German rearmament and Western anti-Communist work in the East, he could betray many secrets to the Reds. Before he fled, be emptied his office files. Speakrag today so several hundred foreign and German correspondents in the Soviet sector press headquarters, Schmidt - Wittmacfc echoed many of the anti-Adenauer and anti - American sentiments voiced two weeks ago by John in his public unveiling. - • . Lacks Suavity However, ne lacked.the suavity and command with which John spoke. Schmidt - Wittmack raced through passages of his prepared speech .as though in a hurry to get through, mumbling inaudibly at times and slurring his words. He said Western charges that 'he had been a traitor are "ridiculous" because bis intent is to "defend Germany and to work for German unity." He assailed what he called the Western goal of rearming Germans to point them eastward. And he asserted these are the Allied-, Adenauer plans: 1. West German rearmament will go- ahead whether inside the European Defense Community or outside "it. • 2. The plans have already been drawn up for army, navy and air force by a committee headed by Gen. Alfred Gruenther, U.S. commander in chief of the North Atlantic Pact forces in Europe and Gen. Adolf Heusinger, veteran German officer who is Adenauer's .top military adviser. 3. The Gruenther - Heusinger committee has fixed Nov. 1 as target date to activate the new German Wehrmacht. Attacking EDC, Schmidt-Witt- mack said he had concluded after long thought that it would "merely be the instrument" for Germany's eventual destruction in a new war. To speak out against it in his CDU party councils "was impossible," he said. Ike and Hoover Going Fishing DENVER (£>} — President Eisenhower and former President Hoover, a couple of experts with a trout rod, are going fishing together next week in the Colorado Rockies. The Summer White House announced today that Hoover will be Eisenhower's guest "for several days" at a ranch retreat at Fraser. Colo., 70 miles northwest of here on the western slope of the Continental Divide. Russia Outdistancing U .5. in Technicians LOS ANGELES UP) — Russia is outdistancing the United States in the training of technicians, a manager for the Stanford Research Institute says. Dr. A. M. Zarem told an electronics convention yesterday thai- American industry could use 40,000 young engineers tomorrow, and while 17.500 will be graduated next summer, Russia will turn out 50,000. President of YMCA's World Alliance Dies EVANSTON, 111. (jpj—John Forrester-Pay ton, 71, of Alloa, Scotland, the president of the World Alliance of Young Men's Christian Associations, died late last night. He was here as a delegate from the United Free Church of Scot- Leading Jet Ace Killed in Crash Copt. Joe McConnell Dies as Test Flight Ends in Crack-Up EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. (/?)—Death on a routine test flight has ended the spectacular career of Capt. Joseph McConnell Jr., the nation's leading jet ace. The 32-year-old pilot, credited with downing 16 MIGs in Korea, was killed yesterday when his F86H Sabre Jet crashed on the Mojave Desert, 12 miles northeast of Rogers Lake. His body was found beside his ejection seat, half a mile from the shattered plane. Nearby was his unopened parachute. An Air Force spokesman said apparently he had ejected himself from the plane at low altitude. During the flight McConnell had radioed that he had lost control of the plane partially, but thought he could make a landing on the dry lake bed. Soon thereafter he reported he had lost the cockpit canopy. He was advised to bail out. Edwards base officers said he probably stayed with the plan? too long. McConnell, who said his prematurely grey hair came from being the father of three young children and not from his flying, served as a bomber navigator during World War II and later took flight training. After the fighting broke out in Korea he repeatedly requested combat duty despite being told he was too old. His request finally was granted and he became an ace in just 30 days last year. After downing his eighth MIG, his Sabre was hit by cannon 'fire at 40,000 feet near the Manchurian border. He bailed out over the Yellow Sea and a rescue helicopter pulled him from the frigid water. After his 16th kill, the Air Force grounded him and ordered him home with the comment that he was ''much more valuable alive than dead." The plane he flew . yesterday was a modified version of the Sabre Jet he used in Korea. OSCEOLA NEWS By Bettye Nelle Starr Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson, and Service of the Methodist are having daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Bob j a study course this week beginning Childes and children were guests of Monday and ending tomorrow. To Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, Sr., in Mo- climax the study course there will nette Sunday. They were joined [ be a covered dish luncheon fea- there by Mr. and Mrs. Jim Meyer curing the countries the group studi- of Denver, Colo. Dowell Brooks Harlan, son of Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Harlan, returned ed during the course. Mrs. Robert Nichol was the leader during the week's study. home Sunday after a two week j j^ and --Mrs. J O. Jolly and Mr training course at camp Polk, La. j ^ Mrs _ ^ chisenhall and son, Dowell was among those going with \ L arry> i iave returned home after a the National Guard of Blytheville. | week of vacationing at Gatlinburg, Mrs. Christine Crockett had as j Tenn. her guest Mrs.' J. J. Bryant of St. j Mr. anc j Mrs. Roy Cox and child- Louis. Mrs. Crockett returned home j ren 5pent Sunday" witn Mr. Cox's with her sister for a few days visit, mother, Mrs. C. A. Cox in'- Horn Miss Floy Nichol is home after a week's visit in Minneapolis, Minn. The Women's. Society of Christian Experts Gather Shells Scattered In Train Wreck SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (JP)— It is expected to take two or three days to gather up unexploded 105-mmj Mr, and Mrs. Marshal Kline and live shells scattered here in an ex-1 daughter, Kelsey of St. Loui sare Lake, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Tal Tongate and Mr. and Mrs. B. Frank Williams spent several days in St. Louis last week, returning home Monday. Dr. Frank Rhodes and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rhodes, Jr., were in Helena Sunday to attend a party given in honor of Dr. Rhodes and his bride elect, Miss Martha Brewer. Mr. and Mrs. - Billy Frazier and children and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wiseman returned home over the week end from a trip through the Ozarks. plosion of an ammunition-loaded visiting Mrs. Kline's parents, Mr. fregiht car. Ordnance disposal experts and Mrs. Spencer Driver. from Lana Joe Applebaum was compli- Ft. Sheridan, 111., and Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., shells. are picking up the Capt. L. J. Blazer, conducting the mented on her seventh birthday Saturday, when her mother, Mrs. Joe Appiebaum, invited 40 youngsters for an afternoon of games and food. Ice cream and cake were serv- Pale Yellow Face CHEROKEE, N. C. UP)—Japanese Ambassador Sadao Iguchi will become an honorary Cherokee Indian chief here Saturday. cleanup job, estimated that from one-fourth to one-third of the 1,8201 ed. Tuseday, Mrs. Koath Harwarg, rounds of ammunition in the car invited Lana Joe, her mother and her did not explode in Tuesday night's blast. Souvenir hunters were not to pick up the shells. warned Strike of American Airline's Pilots Ends LITTLE ROCK (-•?>—Five American Airline flights will land here today for the first time in 26 days. The airline's planes were grounded by a strike of its pilots who protested coast-to-coast flights which sometimes take more time than the regular eight-hour working day. The first American Airline plane to stop here landed shortly before noon yesterday. land to the Assembly of the World Council of Churches. He collapsed on a bus and was taken to Evanston Hospital, where he was pronounced dead shortly thereafter- .apparently of a heart attack. sister, Pearle Anne, who will be ten Sept. 4, to the Peabody for a birthday dinner for the two little girls. Mrs. Earl Futch arrived by plane Saturday from Ocala, Fla., to visit her mother, Mrs. J. W. Edrington. Mrs. Futch stopped over in Albany, Ga., where a party at the Country Club in her honor was given by Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Turnipseed. , Rene George of Blytheville in- Coffee Price Returned To Nickel Per Cup PHILADELPHIA UP) — Benjamin Rose, president of the Best Mar-1 kets, a Philadelphia supermarket' chain, announced yesterday that restaurnants operated by his stores will sell coffee for a nickel a cup. For the first time since the beginning of the year, he explained, coffee may be purchased at less than SI a pound. Dodge-Plymouth PARTS Entire stock of Blytheville Motor Co., parts has been moved to 105 West Main, next door to General Hardware and Appliance Co. For fast service on these parts dial PO 3-6278 Special Price On Dodge-Plymouth Seat covers vited several couples to be his guest for a fish fry at Big Lake Sunday. Those from Osceola attending were, Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Buchanan, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Young, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Robbins, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thoma and Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Riley. Dick Cromer is a patient in Methodist Hospital in Memphis. Mis« Clarie Virginia Colbert celebrated her 16 birthday Sunday by having a birthday dinner at her home. Her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Permenter were here for the event. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Jones have as their houseguests on Gordon Lake their sister-in-Law, Mrs. Minnie j Garvin, and daughter, Miss Minnie Glynn Garvin, of Ruston, La. Read Courier News Classified Ads. POLIO AGAIN ON KAGE Throughout The Country and in Mississippi County Polio insurance including Cancer and 10 other dread diseases only $10.00 a year for th« entire family. See or Call "Dee" at United Iniuranc* Agency, 111 West Main or Pno»« 3-6812 Blytheville. SWEET CORN What a record !.. over 70 years! Dixie* land's own favorite sweet corn. Now the new pack is ready for you, with all iti tempting taste and flavor...its delicious, •wholesome nourishment. 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