TUESDAY, NOVEMBER VB, M.YTHEVILLBI (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE TRREt STUDENT COUNCIL MEETING — Among those participating in the Southeast Missouri Student Council district meeting at Caruthcrsville were Edward Shellon, high school principal; Barry Trainer, district president; Libby Christian, dis- trict secretary, all of Caruthersville; Carl Heizer, district vice president from Morehouse, and the Rev. James D'Wolf, main speaker, of Caruthersville. (Pholo by Sanders) Ike Won't Be Part-Time President, Jackson Says By JACK BULL WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. Jackson (D-Wash) predicted today that President Eisenhower won't run next year as a "part-time president" or be elected if lie does. Sen. Flanders (R-Vt) said in a separate interview, however, he is "prayerfully hopeful" that Eisenhower will recover sufficiently from his heart attack to seek a second term. Man Held In San Francisco Admits Kansas City Slaying SAN FRANCISCO Ml — Arthur Ross Brown, arrested here lor crimes reaching from the corn belt to the Pacilic. was held under $100,000 bail today after the FBI said he confessed the kldnap-mur- dcr of wealthy Mrs. Wilraa Allen of Kansas City Aug. 4. Technically, Brown is held on a charge of transporting a stolen automobile across state.lines. He was arrested yesterday while sleeping in an automobile stolen in Omaha. He had two loaded weapons in the seat beside him. Tile FBI had been hunting him since Aug. 31 for the shooting of Sheriff Willard H. Marshall at Sheridan. Wyo. The sheriff was questioning Brown about a burg-j lary there. The FBI said that Brown while, being questi.oned about that shooting yesterday, suddenly burst put: "Where I'm really wanted is m Kansas City," and then described the kidnaping and slaying of Mrs. Allen, 34. wife of William K. Allen •I''-, a wealthy Kansas City automobile dealer. Mr.-,. Allen was kidnaped while slioppiiiK in south Kansas City. Her nude body with the hands tied behind the back was found three days Inter in a cow pasture south of Kansiis City. Percy Wyly II. FBI special agent lit charge in Kansas City, said Brown toki agents he had not raped Mr.s. Allen; that robbery was his motive. The coroner's report said U'.^.s were inconclusive as to the no.vstbiiiiy of rape. An FBI agent reported Brown admitted at forcing his way into Mrs. Allen's convertible at the point of a revolver: I2t forcing her to drive out of town; (3) shooting her twice through the head: (4) stripping her of her jewelry and taking her purse ;u!ti (5) tossing the body out in the field. Brown, 30, a native of San Francisco, "has been a mental case since he was 14," said his mother, Mrs. Mary Brown. Foul Play Suspected in Death Of 2 Brothers in Fire-Razed Shack ALLENTOWN, Pa. (^—Police today investigated the possibility of foul play in the death of two young brothers in a fire-razed shack which had been used as a clubhouse by teen-agers. Firemen who were called to quell the blaze in the padlocked shack yesterday discovered the burned bodies of William Stengele, 8, and his brother, David. 6. They were identified by their mother. Mrs. Adele Stengele. 26, 1 from bits of clothing found in the ruins. Coroner Clayton O. P. Werley withheld a certificate stating the cause of death pending an autopsy today at Allentown Hospital. Mrs. Stengele first missed her children when they failed' to return from school for lunch with their brother. Dale, 7. She learned of the tragedy while searching the neighborhood. Her husband, Roland, '11. a laborer at the Bethlehem Steel Corp. plant in nearby Bethlehem, was at work. A woman noticed the shack was on fire and called firemen. They put out the blaze by dumping the night shortly after dark before leaving for the night. When firemen reached the scene yesterday, the one door on the shack was secured by three closed padlocks, all on the outside. Police said the children might have gotten in by crawling through a loose section. A number of Republicans have said they think the burdens of the cratic presidential nomination at next year's party convention. He presidency can be cut d o w n indicated he believes the nominee enough so that Eisenhower, despite will be Adlai E. Stevenson, Gov. his heart attack, could fill the Of- Averell Harriman of New York or fice for a second term. If the President does- run, Flan- any of them could defeat President Eisenhower it he should run because I don't think the people structure on its side into running along side of it. creek That's want Sen. part-time president." McCarthy (R-Wis). ders said he thinks the public will be satisfied that Eisenhower feels "he can do all the things that a president needs to do." "I think the voters will feel thai he will be justified in giving more attention to major problems and less to ordinary, routine burdens of the presidency," he said. "Too Conscientious" , TORONTQ w _ Watch vour Jackson said he thinks Eisenhow-1 choice of drinking companions, er is "too conscientious to offer lusj says fl Ciirmdian navy doctor, or services on a part-time basis when, you m . jy wind up ft drunkard> Sen.' Estes Kefauver (D-Tenn). j Jackson, said he doesn't think Ei"Any one of those three men I senhower will run. could be elected," he said. "I think I Watch Choice Of Drinking Pols, i Doctor Advises i he knows that the responsibilities of the office are such that full- time service is required." Jackson said he looks for a "substantial contest" for the Demo- Too Much Money Note Crime OMAHA f.'Ti — The cops found $646.11 in cash in the pockets of Angelo DeMelcIo. itinerant railroad worker. They took him to the station for "safekeeping." Angelo \vas asked by Judge Patrick O'Connor why he didn't put his money in a bank. He replied: ' Cmdr. Marvin Wellman of the naval hospital at Esquimau, B. C., says many young men become alcoholics because they are thrust into heavy-drinking social groups. Dr. Weil man reports the results of a two-year .study in the current issue of the Canadian Medical Assn. Journal. Store Braaoed Bit Too Soon FAIRBANKS. Alaska W — A liquor store inserted this advertisement in the News-Miner after an outbreak of holdups here: "Ii is too much bother to write j "Everybody loves the Big Bend McCarthy said on a radio pro- grai last night he would "fee like leaving the country" if Eisenhower's brother Milton were the Republican nominee and the Democrats picked Stevenson. Stevenson is expected to enter (he race for the DemocmUc nomination with a formnl announcement in Chicago later today. His brief announcement will be followed by a news conference tomorrow. when they discovered the bodies, Police found a red smear on a stone wall near the shack. It was being analyzed to determine if it was human blood. Four of the teen-agers who used the shack were questioned by police. One reported that he and his companions locked the door Sunday "0!dat40,50,60?" — Man, You're Crazy , tilii." Trv Ostres Tonic Tablets for t'linK. pi* p. tlii-s very day. "(Jet acq l/.t; only fid.*. At all dntpcists. Mr. and .Mrs, Billy King checks. I am no criminal I am an American. We Americans have freedom to do as we wish as long as we obey the law. Yes?" Police quickly released him. Liquor Store. Nobody us be- 1 cause we, are straight shooters," The next day two holdup men entered the store and relieved clerk Mary Kossoff of So. 000. THEATRE On W. 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