The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 30, 1953 · Page 7
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THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1958 BLYTHKVT.J.E (AKK.)' COTTBrER PAGE SKVEN Freed U. S. Corporal Lists Names of 75 Buddies Still Alive in Red Prison Camp TOKYO (AP) — Cpl. Everett W. Ritenour, 21, of Woodstock, V»., said today he had left 15 friends in Red Prison Camp No. 5 on the Yalu River In North Korea. He gave the following list of names and addresses of the prisoners and said each had written his name and address in a notebook so that Ritenour could notify relatives they were still alive. The list follows as it was given by Ritenour: 1. Cpl. Robert H. Ghyer, -1109 Washington Ave.. Oaruthersville, Mo., in care of J. C. Green, father. 2. Cpl. James E. Miller, 732 28th St. Granite City, 111. 3. Pfc. Donald W. Vaughan, Box 1, Knightdale, N. C. 4. Pfc. Kenneth Dillon, RFD 1, Bluefield, Va. 5. Pfc. Dale Lloyd Reeder, 308 Williams St., Waukon, la. 6. Pfc. Kimball O. Canterbury, 3711 Lee Ave., Monroe, La. 7. Pfc. James K. Hall, Star Route. Box 14, Amelia, Va. 8. Pfc. John R. Ritter, 311 Cherry St., Dunmore, Pa. 9. Cpl. Richard L. Whalen, 239 Main St., Rptterdam Junction, N. Y., father, A. D. Prestridge, Route 3, Nauvoo, Ala. 10. Pvt. John A. Wells, 216 Pear ..Walk, San Antonio, Tex., 11. Pfc. Henry J. Isula, 22 Krakow St., Lackawanna, N. Y. 12. Cpl. Truman Davis, 908 W. Mill St. Heber Springs, Ark. 13. Pfc. Robert D. Smith, BOX 113, Indianola, OWa. 14. Pfc. Ray Stonesifer, Route 2, Box 403, North Bend, Ore. 15. Pfc. Edward Faust, 206 Peach St., Norristown, Pa. 1G. Pvt. Shirley Grimmett, Box 31, Rita, W. Va. 17. Pvt. Lemon S. Hill, Ward, W. Va. 18. Pfc. Rudolph A. Pavlik, P.O. Box 24, Enterprise, O. 19. Cpl. Edward Rupple, Box 243, Johnstown, Colo., care of J. V. Howard. 20. Pyt. Rufus E. Douglas, Box 1044, Texon, Tex. 21. Cpl. Earl L. Beck, 429'/ 2 N. Wabash St., Wheeling, W. Va. 22. Cpl. Delmas Floyd, Route 4, Box 148 A2, Minton, La. 23. Pvt. James Stevenson, Kushequa, Pa. 24. Cpl. Robert E. Vincent, 142 Second St., Manchester, N. H. 25. Pfc. John A. Keene, Naples, Pla. 26. Cpl. Locksley Hutchens, Yad- kinsville, N. C. 27. Pvt. Jaime Danao, Street No. ! 4. Solani Nueva Vizerya, Philip- i pines. i 28. Cpl. Bennie Smith, 902 Breedlove, St., Memphis. Term. ! 29. Cpl. Charles A. Burton, [ Scottsburg, Va. 30. Pvt. Arthur T. Burcham, Route 3, Galax, Va. 31. Pfo. John W. Fields, Route 2, Box 100A, Woodlawn, Va. 32. Pfc. Joe Asque, 134 Maenola St., Bluefield, W. Va. 33. Pvt. Joe E. Homonai, 190 Fairlawn Ave., Wadsworth, O. 34. Cpl. Charles L. Smith, ion Clipper St., Kennett, Mo. 35. Pvt. Alfred W. McNeil, 59A Strothmore Rd., Brighton, Mass. 36. Pvt. Edward B. Achee, ,19525 Five Points Rd., Detroit 19, Mich. 37. Pvt. Charles E. Penrman, Woodland Ave., Athens, Tenn. 38. Durmas Kucuk, Turkey. 39. Cpl. Pedro Herrera, 2309 Tapia Rd., Albuquerque, N. M. 40. Pvt. Charles B. Lex, 319 W. Priscilla, Allentown, Pa. 41. Pvt. Harry J. Campbell, 2211 Church St., Las Vegas, N. M. 42. Pvt. Glenn J. Oliver, RFD 1, Ramona, Okla. 43. Cpl. R. A. Smith, Box 281, Cochran Field, Macon, Ga., RA- 16013885. 44. Pvt. Pedro Rivera Perez, Puerto Rico. 45. Pfc. Charles P. Patton, Route 3, Box 628C, Bessemer, Ala. 36. Cpl. Norman S. Hale, Cullman, Ala. 47. Pvt. Fred Harper, Pikeville, Ky. 48. Pvt. Lawrence T. Dahms, 7 Woodland Rd., South Portland, Me. 49. Pvt. Jacques W. Beaupre, 435 Lande St., West De Pere, Wis. 50. Cpl. George W. Havelock, Box 72, Hiteman, la. 51. Cpl. John McKearns, 248 W. Tiger St., Philadelphia, Pa. 52. Pvt. Vernon Henning, 14 Wilson Ave., Northeast, Cloud, Minn. 53. Cpl. Cecil Powers, Route 2, Box 95, Clintwood, Va. 54. Pfc. R. M. Grainger, son of Ralph M. Grainger, P. O. Box 43, Hallsboro, N. C. 55. Pvt. Clarence R. Peterson, care of Henry Holllnger, Wawa, Pa., or Harrison Egan, Route 1, Ebensberg, Pa. 56. Pvt. Herman J. View, McGregor, Tex., care of C. C. Boiling. 57. Pvt. Robert D. Collett, 501 E. First St., Onawa, la. 58. Pvt. Raymond G: Heass, Kormker, Va. 59. Pfc. Billy L. Ray, 2450 Maisel Court, Baltimore. 60. Pfc. James . E. Bourgeois, 708 Opelousas, Algiers, La. 61. Pvt. Leo T. Watson, Route ,2, Thomaston, Va., care of J. M. Watson. 62. Pvt. Donald W. Heaton, 1204 Pickens St., Maryville, Tenn. S3. -.Cpl. Eugene Tumbleston, 4635 Ohio St., South Charleston, W. Va. 64. Pfc. Thomas W. Corey, Escondido, Calif., RA1935G601. 65. Cpl. Billey E. Clark, Route 1, Dallas, la. 66. Pvt. Robert A. Ginn, 103 N. Rudisill Ave., Cherryville, N. C. next of kin: Mrs. Lois G. Ginn. 67. Cpl. Jessie B. Cook, Summerville, Ala. C8. Cpl. Edwin R. Meyers, Route 4, Box 23, Baraboo, Wis. 69. Cpl. Yuon J. Mailler, Box 93, State Rd., Otter River, Mass., care of G. Goguen. 70. Cpl. Thomas H. Nicholson, 146 W. Belvedere Rd., Norfolk, Va. 71. Pfc. Johnny W. Moore, 2258 San Pablo, Clyde Hotel, Oakland, Calif. 72. Pfc. Maurice E., Field, 365 j W. Broadway, Haisington, Kan. 73. Pfc. Edward S. Dickson, Big Stone Gap, Va. 74. Pfc. Jack S. Culpepper, 4012 Florida Ave., New Orleans. 75. Cpl. James H. Dick, Sandstone, W. Va. 76. Cpl. Barney Younce. care of Lillian Rhea, Cleveland, W. Va. 77. Pvt. Clifford, Simmons, son of Mrs. Maggie Irwin, 3021 Collier Ave., Indianapolis. 78. Pvt. Ted M. Pallas, 270 Pope St., San Francisco. 79. (No name) son of Atho G. Bell, Route 5, Box 292, Olympia, Wash. 80. Pfc. W. M. Beyl, 203W Dough St. Baltimore, Md. 81. (Duplicates No. 48 except for initial) Pfc. Lawrence P. Dahms, 7 Woodlawn Rd., South Portland, Me. 82. Conley Bennett, Couch, Mo. The names of Lex, McKearns, Powers and Culpepper were not on tile official Communist list turned over to the Allies in December, 1951. Nevada contains more than 400 acres per present inhabitant; Wyoming has 220 per person and Montana about 180. French Agree with US-Cannes Award Goes to Shirley Booth CANNES, France W—America's Shirley Booth completed her 1953 sweep of top stage and screen prizes here last night. She won the sixth International Cannes Film Festival title as last year's best actress. The 45-year-old New Yorker was acclaimed for her dramatization of the housewife in the movie "Come Back. Little Shcbn"—the same performance which won her a Hollywood Oscar last month. She previously had won practically every award given for her stage enactment of the role. Miss Booth also received Broadway's coveted "Tony" award March 29 for her acting In the current New York stage hit "The Time of the Cuckoo." "Sheba" also won the festival prize for Uie best drama of the 74 long and short films from 27 countries that have been shown here duriiiB the two-week-long contest, j It tells the story of a reformed alcoholic. Miss Booth, starring with Burt Lancaster In the" picture, plays the part of an alcoholic's garrulous wife. Another American movie, "LJ11." was named the best light comedy. The Judges also gave special praise to two Walt Disney pictures—"Water Birds", and "Peter Pan"—that were shown at the festival but not entered in the competition. 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