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THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 19M BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE Former Nazi Officers To Get Top Posts in Wesf German Army By W. M. BONN, Germany (AP) — many's armed fortes will go to Nazi hanging in the resistance Their proactive appointments are officially secret, since first lliey must be approved by a special committee of prominent German civilians. But Informed sources say the big jobs will go to: Gen. Hans Speidel, 57, once chiel of staff to Rommel in Prance. Suspected of Implication in the 1944 bomb plot against Hitler, he 'was held eight months by the Gestapo. He taught history fit Tucbingen University until appointed to the German delegation to ciLsciK- European army in 1951. He Is to be German military representative at NATO. Wounded By Koinb Lt. Gen. Adolf Heuslnger, 57. who was in Hitler's wa,r room when the 1944 bomb exploded. Heusinger was wounded, and after wurd arrested as a conspirator. A professional soldier since 1915, he once described Hitler as "a hysterical dilettante," He is expected to be the armed forces' chief of staff. Gen. LudwiK Cruewell, 62, former chief of staff to Rommel in the western desert. He was captured by the British July 1. 1942. Since the war he has led the veterans of the Afrika Corps in keeping bright a hero's memory of Rommel. He is the leading candidate for inspector general of the armed forces. Gen. Hasso von Manteuffcl, 58, tank expert who led a Panzer army in the 1944 Battle of the Bulge. Now a member of Parliament, he is the prospective army inspector general. Gen. Hans Wenk, onetime commander of the 12th Army, a. likely Multi-Color Cars Confuse Crooks OMAHA fjpt — Sheriff Patrick Corrigan's new paddy wagon cars are of a "baby blue" hue, a color matching the new uniforms of the deputies. "But that isn't all." said Corri- Kan. "To take care of the guys who tbink they can .spot a cruiser a mile away, we also will have red, black, brown and green cars." NOTICE OF ELECTION Notice is hereby given that the Annual School Election for the year 1955 will he held in Mississippi County District No, 55 of Mississippi County, Arkansas, on Saturday. March 19th, for the purpose of electing school directors, voting on school taxes and on such other measures as may properly be submitted at said election. The polls will open at 8:00 A. M. and close at 6:30 P. M. at the following place: Bunds Store. GfVEN THIS 23rd DAY OF February, 1955. H. T. BONDS. President LEWIS BONDS, Secretary. 2,24-3/3-10 REVIVAL at the Clear Lake Baptist Church Feb. 27-Mar. 6 JAMES E. BlItKHEAD Evangelist Pastor of The First Baptist Church, Lake City, Ark. J. A. Hayncs, Jr., Sonif Director Mrs. Donald Howard, Pianist Morning Service 10:M Evening: Service 7:M You Are Invited To Attend These Services Harold Kay, Pastor EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubburd Hardware Phone 2-2*1$ HORBACH Top commands in West Ger- officers who narrowly escaped movement against Hitler. choice for high military command. His was the bruised and exhausted "Wenk Army" that Hitler kept calling on to save Berlin hi-s last ravings before suicide. Gen. Count Gerhacd von Schwerin, Chancellor Konrad Adenauer.'s first military adviser, is also in the running for an Important command. He was dismissed by Adenauer for being too talkative about conscription plans, .but is favorably regarded for being "politically clean." Gen. Adolf Galland. 42, a fighter ace, is the only prominent figure so far mentioned for command of the new tactical air force. He recently returned to West Germany after five years as adviser to the Argentine air force. Capt. Otto Krischmer. 42, credited with sinking 300,000 tons of Allied shipping as a U-boat commander, is to become inspector general of the small naval force. The armed forces' commander- in-chief 'Vill not be a military man. Parliament has yet to decide, but probahly the federal President will have this titular command. LIFELIKE — A remarkable likeness of Supreme Allied commander, Gen. AJfred M. Gruenther, is being groomed by Vera Bland. The wax figure will be on display at Madame Tussaud's Museum in London. For the Birds CUMBERLAND, R. I. </Pj—Here's the report firemen turned in after Dancer's Fan Is Sabotaged "LONDON l/r>—Fan dancer Coral Ciaye blushlngly reported last night an attempt to sabotage her camo- flage. She said she found-at rehearsal, fortunately—that somebody at the Camberwcll Palace Theater had loosened the rivets holding the ostrich feathers on her two fans. Miss Gayc, who dances clad only in the fans, told a reporter: "If I had gone on the stage with them without noticing, they would have fallen to pieces." Too Ont-Sided LONCON I/PI—The Friends of Temperance Union complains there is too much talk about drinking on British radio programs. It made a count, the union saidi Result: 1,135 references, to alcoholic drinks in three months, only two of which might be considered "pro-temperance." Manila PTA celebrated Pounder's Day "at the Snider Memorial Library Monday nitjbt. Mrs. Olive White gave, the devotional and Mrs. j Elizabeth Miles gave a biographical sketch of the founders. A playlet under the direction of Mr.s. William Edwards was given by Mr.s. Dorothy Towles, Mrs. Marlon For,, Mrs. Ellen Brown, Mrs. Francys Faulkner. Leo Cummings iincl Mr.s. Lorctta Shecftl. i Mrs. Guy Rubenstein announced committee members to work in the PTA booth on Field Day, March 22. at the airport. A questionnaire was sent out to .'iee if Manila parents favored meeting in the afternoon or at night. Voles were in favor of the night meeting. New officers will be norn- mat.etl at the March meeting. Good Decision LONDON IH'i— Rose Brennan, 24- year-old popular singer and recording artist, was ordered by a doctor yesterday to quit talking for six weeks. She promptly made arrangements to spend the time on the Spanish Island of Majorca, where they speak Spanish— she can't. on his birthday. MEA meets with the Milligan Ridge teachers in April. Sue Brown, sophomore from Mil- llgan Ridge, is ill in a Jonesboro hospital. Mrs. W. O. Roach and daughter, Dorothy, were Memphis visitors Tuesday. Mrs. Georgia Davis and daughter, Norita, attended the Tech-State game in Little Rock Monday night. and close at 6:30 P. M. at the following place: Lust Cane School. GIVEN THIS 23rd DAY OF February, 1955. LEWIS BAUOHER, President. MANNER1NO TOWLES, Secretary. 2/24-3/3-U NOTICE OP ELECTION j Notice Is hereby given that the: Annual School Election for the} year 1955 will be held in Bruikley! District No. 52 of Mississippi County. Arkansas, on Saturday, March j 19lh, for the purpose of electing I school directors, voting on school j taxes and on such other measures i as may properly be submitted at; said election. ; The polls will open at 3:00 A. M. i FUEL OIL G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. 1 Sell That Stuff" Phone 2-2089 Visit Conny's Conoco Service, Ash & Division extinguishing a minor fire yesterday in the peak of an abandoned house; "A bird bad carried a Hglu- ed cigaret butt to its nest, setting it afire. Damage negligible." Manila Education Association met Monday afternoon in the Lion^ Don for the monthly meeting. The program was built around -A patriotic theme. The group sang "The Star Spangled Banner" and gave the Pledge of Allegiance. Mrs. Francys Faulkner, to carry out the educational theme, gave ,••! 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