The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California on November 30, 1952 · Page 5
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The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California · Page 5

San Bernardino, California
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Sunday, November 30, 1952
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McCarran -Says Nov. 30. 1952 SAN BERNARDINO SUN-TELEGRAM - e - - - - " ' INNOCENT VICTIMS Women relatives of a young South Korean police squad leader be moan his death at the hands of Red guerrillas in the hills of South Korea's Cholla Province. Po lice maintain a grim hunt for maurauding Reds far behind the fighting front. This is one of a series of Life photographer Margaret Bourke-White. (AP Wirephoto) DESTITUTE FAMILY LENT CAR BY CRIPPLED MAN INDIANAPOLIS W A destitute Ifamily whose car was demolished in a Thanksgiving Day accident headed home to Pennsylvania Sat-.urday in a car provided by a physi-cally-handicapped elevator operator. Roftert Michener, 30, of Norwood, 'Pa., had taken his wife, Velma, an expectant mother, and their three young children to Stratford, Okla. ,for a job that didn't pan out. With only a few dollars left the DICK'S New Location 863 E. BASE LINE A Better 1 5c Burger ' SHRIMP and CHICKEN Serve Yourself Drive-In family started back to: Pennsylvania. In Indianapolis Thursday a panel truck rammed the rear of their car, damaging it beyond repair. Their plight caught the attention of Burt Reichardt, an elevator operator for Indianapolis Newspapers Inc., whose legs were crip-plied by a series of childhood illnesses. . Reichardt loaned his car to the Michener family to complete their journey home. Michener said he couldn't express his thanks in words. Reichardt, who organized the National Rehabilitation Club and spends his week ends traveling about the country to promote employment of handicapped workers, said: "It wasn't too long ago that I was 700 miles from home with only $1.30 in my pocket. A motorist who didn't know me brought me home. I've never .forgotten it." r n V On REQUEST -o- JU;v2 New Southland i War Casualties WASHINGTON IB The Defense Department announced these South em California casualties in the Ko rean area (List No. 702): KILLED IN ACTION MARINE CORPS: Second Lt. Stuart L. Spurlock, son oi Mr. ana Mrs. Liowell L. Spurlock, wio uage Ave., ios Angeles. WOUNDED ARMY: Pvt. Alex J. Garcia, son of Mrs. Al- tagracia Cortes Garcia, 4218 Dozier St. Los Angoles. Pvt. Miner W. Pridemore Jr.. hns band of Mrs. Thelma Pridemore, 424 E. Truslow. Apt. 7. Fullerton. Pvt. Ruben R. Sotelo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Angel Sotelo. 444i S. Ariiona Ave., j.,03 Angeles. WOUNDED NAVY: Kenneth C. Walker, HM-1, husband of Mrs. Letha F. Walker, 144 Van liouten St., El Cajon. MISSING IN ACTION NAVY: Lt. Charles O. Glisson. husband of Mrs. June D. Gusson, Box 283, Del Mar. Lt. Richard G. Rider, husband of I Mrs. Joan l,. l. Rider, 165 Calla Ave., imperial ceacn. Ninety per cent of the total sales of furs in the United States are made under other names than the true names of the furs. LAUN AT OUR REGULAR PRICES O- Enjoy t he Convenience of Our Complete "ONE STOP SERVICE" for Laundry and Dry Cleaning Convenient Drive In -o- PILES BLEEDING. itCHING Wilt ottier rectal troubles treated itnout surgery or lose ot time from work. EXAMINATIONS WITHOUT CHARliE DR. R. E. HANSEN. D.C. 1224 N. Waterman Av. Ph. 2-0101 Red 'Nests' in Many Schools WASHINGTON (UP) Chair man Pat McCarran of the Senate Internal Security Subcommittee said Saturday that "nests of Communists" have infiltrated high schools and colleges across the nation. The Nevada bemocrat said the subcommittee's recent hearings in New York City showed that "it said Saturday that "nestg of Communists exist not only in the secondary schoolr but in many colleges." McCarran said Communist teachers are "as dangerous as a lighted match in a powder magazine." VELDE PLANS PROBE Rep. Harold Velde (R-Ul) announced last week that he would direct the House Un-American Ac tivities Committee to investigate colleges for Communist infiltra tion when he takes over as chair man of the committee in January. McCarran did not refer to Velde's proposed investigation. "I feel sure that no public offi cial and no college or university would countenance training in sub versive activities as a legitimate educational activity or would use school funds to finance the work of the Communist Party," McCar ran said in a statement released through his office here. let tne evidence betore our subcommittee indicates that this is being done. Certainly there are means available to wipe out this blot on our educational system." McCarran said the subcommittee heard testimony at the New York hearings that there have been as many as 1,500 Communists teaching in public and private schools colleges and universiites in the nation. "Though this number may not seem large in comparison with the million teachers employed in the schools, the nature of Communist Party operations makes them as dangerous as a lighted match in powder magagine," he said. He said the subcommittee, which is investigating subversive influences in the nation's schools, does not intend to "dictate" to state and college authorities whom they should hire. But, he said, it will continue to expose Communists "wherever they may appear" and "must warn against the leadership of subversives." McCarran's statement accom panied publication of testimony at the public hearings in September and October. Thirty out of 35 pres ent or former teachers testifying refused to say if they are or have been Communists. Two said they are not now Communists and three said they never joined the party, McCarran said. LA ' :" FINE SUSPENDED HILLSBORO. O. Hr-Fred Reese. chance to sentence himself after pleading guilty to intoxication. 70, fined himself "five or ten dol-i Reese then said he would "sus-lars and costs" in court when May-jpend" the fine, and take the next or E. C. Wisecup gave him the I bus out of town. U v.. i SSttt 'LONELIEST LIFER' TO WED Ernest (Ole) Lindquist, 62, on parole from life sentence for slaying a policeman in 1909, discussed wedding plans with Mrs. Addie L. Jackson, 68, Indi-anola, la., widow, after learning Iowa Board of Paroles had given them permission to marry. Their romance began in 1949 when Mrs. Jackson started to write to Linquist after reading news stories telling how Lindquist, called Iowa's "loneliest lifer," had received no mail in more than 30 years. He was paroled last April. (AP Wirephoto) College Head, 95, Credits booa Fortune for Long Life NEW YORK iP Dr. Maurice J. Lewi, who will be 95 next Monday, isn't much of a fellow to go around telling people how to live a long life. He attributes his to just plain good fortune. Jr. Lewi, president of Long Is- New Construction To Break Records In Coming Year WASHINGTON (B Two government departments said In a combined forecast that new construction will break all records in the eoming year barring economic or other upsets. That would come on top of record construction activity in the present year. The building outlook was prepared by the U.S. Labor Depart ment's Bureau of Labor Statistics and the Commerce Department's Building Materials Division, It said both private and public building would expand in 1953, with total construction rising about one billion dollars over the expected J32,300,000,000 peak this year. The common sign of greeting employed by Gulf of Mexico Indians on meeting friends is to blow into one another's ears. j land University's College of Podiatry and said to be the oldest col lege president in the country, of fered this as a sample of his own daily routine: 1. To bed about 2 or 3 a.m. 2. Up and back to the office. where he puts in a 10-hour day, by 10 or 11 a.m. 3. Ten to 12 cigars a day. 4. A highball each night before dinner. "If I am tired, I generally drink two." 5. Ordinarity, only two meals a day. Asked what he attributed his long life to, Dr. Lewi said he guessed he was just "fortunate" and added : "Whatever inroads I might have made on my health by not complying with the rules of hygiene and propriety seem to have been washed away, at least for the present." or cr Court and E Street Phone 4778 San Bernardino California STORE HOURS 9:30 TO 5:30, MONDAYS 'TIL 9 P.M. v Smart Styles for Fall Nan at Wards 2.98 Plat 2V& Ttdtial Tax The just-right" Bags you're looking for at this one low price. Alligator, lizard or calf-grained plastics, failles; beadettes, guimpes, leathers. Some with leather some with satin linings. Pouches, boxes, vanities, shoulder strap styles. 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