The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 27, 1953 · Page 7
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MONDAY, APRIL 27, 1053 m/TTHEVILT,E (ARK.)' COURIER rxtrs Sfi V EN ROW Exchange. Brought Happiness to Some and Disappointment to Others By The Associated Press The prisoner of war exchange brought happiness and relief to a comparative handful of American families but for thousands of others it meant disappointment and more dreary days of waiting. In the seven-day period last week, 149 Americans regained their freedom in Korea. % But there are an estimated 'V&;000 more still in Communist hands. The end of the exchange Saturday dashed the hopes of their relatives who had waited tensely throughout the week for word their servicemen might be among those freed. Thirteen Americans were in Saturday's trade. , Among the lucky relatives were Mr. and Mrs. Henry 'Clay Dean of Douglass, Kan. They are parents of Air Force Capt. Zach Dean, released after two years. "I'm wonderfully happy," Mrs. Dean told a reporter. "At first I cried but the tears are all gone now." At Lawton, Okla., Mrs. Cleola Green, wife of Army Capt. Marin W. Green, said: "I'll bet if you could take my heart beat right now it will be going !IO miles an hour." Mrs. Jose 'Villegas, who lives near San Antonio, Tex., said through an interpreter she, her husband and their eight other children often prayed at a small shrine erected in honor of their son, Cpl. Ellas B. Villegas. 24. He was freed after two years and five months. "I knew my boy would come home," said Mrs. Villegas. News of Pvt. Earl L. Beck's release momentarily stunned his mother, Mrs. Nellie M. Koopman of Wheeling, W. Va. Then she exclaimed: "Bless God, I've prayed every day. Bless God." Annual Daylight Saving Debate Due in Lower Chamber Today By B. L. LIVINGSTONE 4 WASHINGTON W—Today is the day when the House makes its annual stand in defense of the sleeping habits of the cows and chickens. At issue is the desire of voteless citizens of the District of Columbia to get up an hour earlier this summer. Daylight saving time began' at 2 a. m. yesterday for an estimated 60 million Americans. • But not in the nation's capital, where Congress acts as a city council. It's still Eastern Standard Time here. The Senate already has passed a bill authorizing the District commissioners to move Washington's clocks ahead an hour. But the House didn't get around to debating it until today. When all the oratorical shooting is over. Congress probably will approve—as it ahwys has—the right of the District to go on fast time if it wants to. But not before the champions of the barnyard take advantage of the annual April whingciing to get on the good side of the farm.folks back home by denouncing daylight time. This year some 26 states with large rural populations remained on standard time. They take a dim view of daylight time on the indisputable grounds that milking, and roosting habits aren't controlled by the clock. Middle Western barnyards wouldn't be affected by a change in clocks here, but congressmen with rural constituents nonetheless denounce "fast time" on principle. It probably will be at least several days before a daylight time bill becomes law in Washington. House and Senate versions differ, necessary. CAUGHT WITH HIS PANTS DROWNED-That's. what nap- pcned alJ too often to James Arthur Field ol New York, so he invented these waterproof chaps that attach to a raincoat Field claims they'll keep your pants dry during a cloudburst CORONATION SHOWPIECE—This almost-completed statue of Queen Elizabeth II in the uniform of colonel-in-chief of the Grenadier Guards will be the central piece of a West End London store's coronation display. Sculptor Frederick Mancini, center foreground, works on the bottom of the 14-foot statue, while Doris Linder, top, who made the two-and-a-half-foot model, left foreground, works on a detail of the Queen's uniform. 8 Children Perish in Ontario Fire SAULT STE. MARTE. Ont. Eight children—five in one family and three in another—perished in a week-end fire here. Investigators said seven of the eisht child victims apparently were trapned while sieeoing in one bed Their chsrrPd bod'es were found in the bed. The eighth was recov- erpfl between the bed and a door. Five of the eishfc were children of Phi] in and Winifred Derry. .who suffered severe burns in a futile rescue attempt. They were Dorn- thv. 7; Reginald. 5; Clifford, 4: Elinor, 3, and John. 1 ] ,4. The other three, cousins of the Derrv children, were children of Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur TrucHl: Wilma. 14; Marion. 10. and Diane, 9. Wihna had been babv sltMner for the Derrvs and Marion and Diane went with her. They were staying overnight. Derry told Ontario provincial police he got up during the night and put wood in a kitchen range. He and his wife were awakened bv the fire several hours later, he said. After fleeing through a window, the parents realized the plight of the children and attempted to reenter the house. But it was engulfed in flames by then. Dangers of PILES : What Are They? How To Help Avoid or Treat Them? FREE BOOK TELLS ALL Actually, it's nearly always neglect of piles (and related disorders such as fistula and colonic and rectal troubles that can cause such serious results. Ijearn how to deal with them without fear — write today for important free book to Thornton & iuite 1672, 911 | ., , _, ,8 Minor Hospital. B RECMMDlOMt; \ E. Lin wood, I (XSCMES Kansas City ! Missouri. Adm. Radford Back from East HONG KONG W)—Adm. Arthur W. Radford. U. S. Pacific Pleet commander, arrived today and said the Communist invasion of laos in Indochina may have been made possible by slackening of the Korean War. Radford came from Hanoi, Indochina, for a three-day visit. He said the Laos invasion had greatly enlarged the Indochina war and 'inmasked the Reds' aggressive motives. Cardinal Valeri Seriously III VATICAN CITY UP) — Valerio Cardinal Valeri. 70, ill with pneumonia, continued to worsen today and there was fear here for his life. The Italian prelate—one of tthe 24 new cardinals created last January by the Pope—had a high fever today following a relapse. He has already received the last rites of the church and a special blessing from the Pope. "$50 Million ealen las( year, Gentlemen! Good, hut let's do belter this year!" DONT BE THEIR NEXT VICTIM! If your home is as much as (wo years old you should have a thorough inspection. We also replace damaged limbers and do floor leveling. Call for a free inspection and estimate. Our company is certified by the State of Arkansas. We can treat your home or do any work that is necessary without any down payment with three years to pay. SUPERIOR <T7 Jcmiile 535 North Sixth St. Co/1//'Of Ct Phone 2350 o. Read Courier News Classified Ads ^•••••i™ A SURE CATCH? No. you're never sure of landing a fighter like this one! But, you can be sure your valuable papers, documents and possessions are safe when you put them in a Safe Deposit Box at the Farmers Bank. Come in and ask about this extra service of the Farmers Bank . . . you'll be surprised at the low rental charge. THE Eleven Bodies Taken From Silver Mine AGANGURO. Mexico (/P)—Rescue teams had hoisted 11 bodies from the smoking mouth or the burned- out American Smelting Company silver mine near here early today. Thev still due lor 14 others listed as dead in a fierce fire and explosions Saturday. Six other miners were not accounted for. Company officials estimated that it would take several more davs to dig out all the victims of the disaster, the worst in anv Mexican mine in recent years. There was no possibility that any of the 14 known to be below ground could be alive, Rescue Squad Chief Antonio Madrazo said. The 68-year-old mine—in mountains nenv this tinv villnee 80 miles west of Mexico City — was turned Into a blazlnsr furnace 500 feet he- low the surface when a series nf electrical shorts set fire to electric cables and shafts and then touched off dust nnd sas explosions. About 300 men were in (lie mine at the time. Some 200 In the upper levels escaped. Another 70, ehoking with smoke, were led to safety during rescue operations in the darkness Saturday nj<jht Those who died were smothered by smoke, not burned, officials said. Bandit Sends Wire, then Robs Western Union CLEVELAND UP) — The strange man in the Western Union branch office carefullly selected a telegram las night. It read: "Happy birthday and many more." Then he wrote a Chicago address on it and handed the greeting to the night manager, Mrs. Betty F. Janice, 46. That done, he waUked through the swinging gate and leveled a gun at the cashier, Mrs Lois Newcomer, 24. Detectives estimated today he got., away with $2.000. The company said it wasn't that much. NORWAY'S TROOPS LEAVE GERMANY—Yep. Norway has been occupying Gcrni.-iny, too Now, their six-year occupation duly ended. Norwegian Iroops salute their Hay during their last retreat formation at Jaguls airporl near Slcsviii. Gerrnanv. Gas Geysers Siow Work SINGAPORE (7P)~-Geysers smut- ing (tns and mud 70 feet hit;h have swnllou-ed up a concrete building nt the , British Malayan Petroleum Company's oilfields at Seria. Korth Borneo. Three hundred people have been moved from the sirea. The first geyser erupted Saturday, weakening the ground so that a 565,000 concrete mass production plant sank into it. Managing Director R. E. Hales said an underground high pressure pocket broke out at two places and the larger geyser "continues unnbat- ed and has covered a considerable area \vith a layer of hot mud.' There have been no casualties. SO UPSET BY 'CHANGE OF UFE' IJCREAMED AT MY HUSBAND!" jdufi^T.* I .. _.. .. . .,, . A. W., New York, N.'Y. 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