The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 1, 1955 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 1, 1955
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TUESDAY, NOTEMBER 1, 195* BI/rn!ETTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THRE1 After 700 Years Trumpeter Still Reminds Polish Town, of Tartars By TOM RKEDY CRACOW, Poland (AP) — It's noon in Cracow and from the tower of the Cathedral of St. M,ary a trumpet blares a weird series of notes. The trumpeter repeats the performance from each of the four apertures. For 700 years this has been going- on. commemorating the heroic trumpeter who warned the populace that the Tartars were approaching. That's the Atmosphere in which Cracow still lives, despite occupation by the Nazis, \vnr and now domination by a Communist government. The Reds call the "City of a Thousand Churches" a reactionary town. They grumble ->ul "reactK~ bars" where oldfash- ioned Poles French Texas Convict Wins Ruling He's Entitled to Trail in Arkansas Court LITTLE ROCK'.-Pi—A convict who i Pellegrini, who prepared his own appealed to the Arkansas Supreme i formal handwritten petition, asked Court from a Texas prison yester-j lor an order to Circuit Judge Paul day won a ruling that he is entitled to :.n Arkansas trial — if the state of Texas will let him ave one. The court said that Sebastian oles sit around and speak, County authorities should try to ex- in an odd kind of resist-; lra( u te frank Eugene Pellegrini, Shrine City Cracow is Poland's shrine ci'.v and the Communists wisely make no effort to change it. Here in the Wnwel Castle ,are, buried all the, Polish kings except the fivsl t\vo, Mieszko and Boleslaw. who are entombed in Posen. Hans Frank, the Nazi butcher of Poland. lived in | now at Huntsville, Tex., prison un! dcr a 15-year sentence, to stand trial ai Port ! robbery. Wolfe directing an early trial or dismissal of the Arkansas charge. The prisoner said, among other things, that a detainer filed by Arkansas authorities kept him from parole or trusty privileges in the Texas semence, which started in , January. 1954. i on a charge oil The Supreme Court appointed ! Heartsil! Ragon. Port Smith, as an But if Texas reluses to extradite Pellegrini for the Arkansas trial 'ie is demanding, "then Arkansas has done all that is possible," and Pellegrini is not entitled to benefit of a law which says that a case must be j attorney for Pellegrini and Ragon handled later proceedings far the prisoner. After ruling that Arkansas must try to extradite Pellegrini, the court U.S. Behind Reds Missile Output 1 , McCarthy Says BOSTON UK — Sen. McCarthy (R- Wis) says the United Stales is falling behind Russia in the development of loner-range guided missiles, possibly "because well-concealed Forecast* of US Oil Demands Shows Increase ST. LOUIS It) — The nation's petroleum demand for next year was forecast at 8,997,000 barrels a day— an increase of 3.4 per cent over this year—by the supply and demand committee of the Independent Petroleum Assn. of America. The committee, making its report at the opening of the 26th annual meeting of the I. P. A. A., also revised upward its forecast of 1955 domestic and export petroleum demand to 8,697,000 barrels daily. This is 7.3 per cent more than in 1954. The committee, only oil industry group which issues such a forecast, attributed the increase in its 1955 estimate to "a marked resurgence - said that "if Texas does agree to economic activity " the casile to show his Dower. dlsmi5Sed ifa is nol lrie ci within i extradition ... then Arkansas must m .£_ en ,™! t c .™°,T.!l a """h.. But Prank pleaded gmlty a M uvo court terms when the defendant! extradite anj try Pellegrini with Nuernberg and said his crimes would stain Gernumy for a thousand years. He was converted to Catholicism and the Poles of today " ' will tell you it was Wawel that did J' 01 is ready for trial. ! due diligence or he is entitled to -'-- dis- • it. of Arkansas authorities—something that wouldn't be true if Texas , . ,, ,,,„ .refused to let Pellegrini return to Above the alter in the golden I ^ suue ^ M ^ chapel of the casile is the smeii casket containing the bones of St. I Stanislaus, murdered on the altar by a Polish king. Peace of Honor Trial or Dismissal Several months ago Pellegrini. whose Texas term is for robbery with iiBsaulL, wrote the Supreme In the catacombs, a place of; Court that he was unable to get a honor is given the tomb of Thad- j trial at Fort Smith on a robbery ileus Kosciusko, aid to Washington j charge filed in January, IS53. i the American Revolution and j leader of the polish fight for hide-1 • . . . u •. pendence against the Russians and j LlQhininQ M IT S the Germans in 1794. I -» Directly in front of the altar is the resMng place of Cardinal Sapie- ha who won lasting fame among ihe Poles for his conduct during the Nazi occupation. The Cardinal invited Frank to dinner and served him the miserable black bread and porridge ration the Nazis were giving the suppressed Polish population. Prank was enraged but helpless. He had to eat it. The /'ity miraculously escaped damage in World Poles credit their top Boleslaw Bierut. for this. They say he interceded with Stalin, asking that the Red army avoid storming the shrine city. Marshal Konstantin Rokossovsky flanked the city from the west and trapped the German garrison which surrendered without a fight. Rokossovsky, bom a Pole, is now the nation's defense minister. .d War. II. The "ET top Communist, . J™ Moving Car SYRACUSE. N. V. '#—Lightning struck an automobile on the state thru way Sunday, burned aft the radio antenna and a hub cap and dug a big hole in the pavement. Trie driver was not in juried. . Thru way state police said Robert Morton Keith of Brockton. Mass.. was driving the car eastward near Weedsport, Cayuga, County. ie traffic lane was closed an hour [or repairs. The car was drive- able afterward. September's Traffic Deaths Near Record TQ m ^ petro icum demands next year and allow for normal oil ventory accumulations, the committee said, will require a total new oil supply of 9,004,000 barrels a day. Ducks Strong Drink ALBUQUERQUE (.*) — A duck got a swim instead of the drink he was apparently seeking. City policeman N. B. Louis said he saw a duck waddle up to the CHICAGO '.fl-September's traf- ,- door of a bar and settle down fie death toll of 3,530 lives was the seemed to be waiting for the b; Communists In the government are putting the brakes on our own guided missile program." McCarthy told a Boston Arena rally of "Friends of Sen. McCarthy, Inc.," Sunday night that "this country will face the alternative, of surrender to the Communists, or utter destruction" if Russia develops a long-rang* guided mi»il« before the United States does, "Very little, if any, progress has been made in developing the all- important intercontinental ballistic missile," he said. "The American people have a right to know why this aspect of our guided missile program is moving at a snail's pac«. He raised the question of whether it was "because highly placed Communist agents have been successful in sabotaging the program" whiofc he termed "the top priority mission of Communist agents in this country." highest recorded for that month in 14 years, the National Safety Council reported. It was exceeded only by- the 3,746 traffic fatalities which occurred in September. 1941, the council said in releasing statistics Sunday. Last month's rate was attributed I U.S. to a continuing growth of motor j expin ng i open. Louis took the quacker to the city zoo instead. vehicle traffic. WEATHK-; PATROL Seven ships operated by the United States, Canada and Japan endlessly cruise in tiny circles in the north Pacific to report weather conditions every three hours. Scarcity of islands in the area makes the ships necessary as weather stations. w A K .N i N G ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Joyce Holman (Col), Pltf. VS. No. 13,132 William Holman (Cor-. Dft. The defendant, William Holman (Coll, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption .hereof, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Joyce Holman (Col). Dated this 17th day of October. 1955. SEAL GERALDINE LISTON. Clerk. By DONNA SIMMONS, D. C. Percy A. Wright, Atty. 10. "18-25-11/1-8 Read Courier News Classified AdE | SAVE UP TO 40% on Auto Insurance ft ffft t* fofW fMT STATf FARM FRED T. RATLIFF 1018 Spruce Ph. 3-8039 Blylhevtllc, Ark. 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