The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 26, 1955 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1958 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE Criminologist Says Sheppard Murder Case Isn't Closed CLEVELAND (AP) — Dr. Paul L. Kirk, Upiversity of California criminologist, declared, "The Sheppard case is not closed," as he prepared to return to West Coast today after spending three days investigating the July 4 murder of Marilyn Sheppard. He said his private investigation WM "going along satisfactorily," •nd added: "I found a few things." Dr. Kirk, who declined to elaborate, was hired by defense attorneys to make the investigation. He spent an hour yesterday at county Jail with Dr. Samuel H. Sheppard, convicted of second-degree murder and sentenced to life In prison. Dr. Kirk said he had conducted extensive scientific tests in the comfortable lakefront home where the 31-year-old pregnant woman was clubbed to death. Much of his work, he said, was in the Bay Village socialite's blood-spattered second-floor bedroom. He said he was taking some physical evidence—presumably mate-- rial found at the house—with him to Berkeley, Calif., where he will make laboratory tests. He had been denied permission to take along any items introduced as evidence in Sheppard's 10-week trial and now held by the county prosecutor. He called the Sheppard family "forthright" in answering h i s Questions, and added: "They did not hold back anything; they told me things they had not discussed among them- selves." In his Interview with the 31-year- old convicted osteopath, Dr. Kirk said Sheppard "suggested- things to look into in making the investigation." Sheppard, who mainLains an intruder killed his wife, is appealing his second-degree murder conviction. Mendes-Fronce Names Algiers Governor General PARIS OP) — Premier Pierre Mendes-France's government today named one of Gen. Charles de Gaulle's leading supporters in the National Assembly, Jacques Soustelle, to be governor general of Algeria. The surprise appointment appeared designed, at least in part, to rally support for the government in the Assembly debate on North African policy beginning next week. Soustelle replaces Roger Leonard, whose two years in the office have been marred by terrorits outbreaks in the past three months. ASKS UN — Jose Maria de Areilza, Count of Matrico. Spanish ambassador to the U. S., has asked the privilege of establishing a permanent observer at the United Nations. According to UN observers, the U. S. is said to look with favor on the application. 1st Baby No Problem - When Adopted DALLAS. Tex. (tfl—Mrs. Jim Me-[minister stepped off and handed Craw, expecting her first baby ut any minute was the most composed of all among the crowd of relatives at the airport here yesterday. Then landed, and a Church of Christ a big four-engined craft the Terrell, Tex., woman a red bundle. Inside and breaking into a big grin was the baby, brough for from Frankfurt-On-Main, Photographer Noel to Get \BmnzeStar WASHINGTON iffl — Associated Press photographer Frank (Pappy) Noel receives the' Bronze Star today for bravery under fire and for standing up ' to the Communists during more than 32 months as a war prisoner in Korea. Secretary of the Navy Charles S. Thomas arranged to present the award in a Pentagon ceremony. Noel was cited Tor bravery on the nig~ht of Nov. 29-30, 1950, when the Marine Corps convoy in which he was riding during the fighting withdrawal from the Chosin Reservoir was attacked by the enemy. The Navy citation said Noel "fearlessly exposed himself to intense enemy fire to remove wounded Marines to safe positions and to procure urgently needed ammunition." After the photographer was captured, the Navy said, he displayed "indomitable courage and resourcefulness in maintaining a high! Los Angeles Honors MacArthur, 75 Today LOS ANGELES (AP) — MacArthur prepared to receive today, his 75th birthday. Not even the season's heaviest log could dim the enthusiasm of the welcome for the hero of the Pacific last night. A crowd of 1,500 waited two hours for his delayed arrival at Los Angeles International Airport. iMany more cheering thousands lined the route to his hotel. Today the general speaks at the unveiling of a bronze statue o! himself in the first public showing of the monument in MacArthur Park. At a luncheon given by the Episcopal diocese of Los Angeles, he will receive an award of extraordinary merit from the Bt. Rev. Francis Eric Bloy, bishop of the diocese. He is expected to make a short, informal address to 1,100 persons in Biltmore Bowl. His major address was scheduled for tonight at an American Legion dinner before more'-than 1,000 in General of the Army Douglas new accolades from this city the Ambassador Hotel's Embassy Room. Here, he will receive a four -foot birthday cake decorated with 75 red, white and blue candles and topped with five gold stars—and perhaps a surprise or two. As he stepped from the plane last night, accompanied by his smiling wife and three aides from New York, MacArthur said: "I come not as a stranger, but as one who has known your wonderful city for more than 50 years." The welcoming committee included Mayor Norris Poulson, Consul Pedro G. Ramirez of the Philippines, an old acquaintance, and Consuls Pil Shik Chin of Korea and Shinsaku Hogen, Japan. Hundreds of persons jammed the Slatler Hotel lobby and shouted "Happy birthday" as the general entered doffing his homburg and giving his famed wave. Spec/o/ Office May Help Settle Interagency Security Cases WASHINGTON iffi ~ The White House was reported today to be considering creation of a special section to help President Eisenhower decide interagency conflicts on security cases. As visualized, it could be an Individual attached to the White House staff or it could be an office within the White House, It was described as an outgrowth of the Wolf Ladejinsky controversy. Ladejinsky, a land reform specialist, was rejected by the Department of Agriculture as a security risk although the State De- state of morale among the prisoners and in indicating a proper mode of conduct for other captives in the face of the pressures exerted by the enemy to turn the prisoners against their countries." auupuuu liuiii i. i iiiiMUi i-uii*maiii, mica, me i>iii vy aiiiu, nc uiajjiajicu lu MIC iai,c ui tut; iJica^Liics CACI LGU . a Germany, by the minister, Gus "indomitable courage and re- by the enemy to turn the prisoners j t; Farmer, also of Terrell. sourcefulness in maintaining a high! against their countries." s Is your"dreanfcar in this picture ? ... _ T-.^-SM- • - ~~m v "ra^H partment had twiced cleared him on loyalty-security grounds. He was later hired by the Foreign Operations Administration to work , in Indochina. ! Eisenhower, at his Jan. 12 news conference, upheld, the actions, of • both Secretary of Agriculture Ben; son. who rejected Ladejinsky, and ; FOA Director Harold E. Stassen, who rehired him. ! . Presidential Asst. Sherman . Adams, it was understood, was conducting a White House quest 'for means of helping Eisenhower I resolve any such future dilemmas. One name suggested to fill the : post is that of Robert Cartwright, ; 48, of Baltimore, veteran govern; ment security official now serving ; as deputy to R. W. Scott McLeod. the State Department's chief of security. "Buick's spectacular Century Series, with 9-to-l compression, provides highest power-to-weight ratio and most power per dollar." 'The Coupe, Cadillac's lowest-priced 1955 model, features a Cadillac precision-built overheat) valve 250-norsepower V-8 engine." 'The Motoramic Chevrolet offers a 'Turbo-Fire V-8' and two new 'Blue-Flame' 6's. 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