The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 18, 1952 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 18, 1952
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TCBSDAT, NOV. 18, 1932 KATHEVTLLE ; (ARK.y COURIER NEWS Crime Probers Await Courts' Action Against Main Suspect NEW YORK W-Stale crime probers watch their main underworld target, . Thomas (Three- Finger Brown) Luchese, confront two separate courts today in' a tightening legal encirclement. Luchese, reputed successor to imprisoned Frank Costello as czar of the rackets, faces the Initial action of a possible U. s. move (o deport him in Brooklyn Federal Court. His own motion to avoid testifying before the New York State 6QL9 TURKEY.—Pat Mink, of Us Vegas, «ev., keeps cool while :• £•*»«** Thanksgiving day to arrive by riding this deep-freeze I .""P"*. «enlph»c«d team a huge block of tee, by a chef at the Last «-.';• :' - rronUac hot«L , M<ck»y Rooney T* Alter Again . %«• fllMa, HeV. («•) — Mokey BoiWT. *» diminutive film actor li*i« tia> bMn married and divorced w»«' reported eloping to < marry Hollywooc IMnktn. > , B» ra>t ttx> J*-j»«r-old redhead fen moettif* ago, ji»t before leav- M an an »o»wtajnment tour of KOM&. *h«*r m»ri««e plana cam* M a> ii»|jilij«. .. • HM rtopwnwit »M reported by Honey's pre«i agent, Hed Doff, 'who aaid fee couple left by plane Jrooa Lo« Angelei ihortly before PRESIDENT'S AIDE?- fcu. John IL Michael la, *OY«, hai b«en mentioned ftptegim officials as being a hi>mL caniJidat* for the ."« »f Whit* Housa Mili-. Aid*, whew President- »»rigbt B. Ciwnhower offloi. Mlehaelij, Korean wic veteran, at present is com- of the West Poin' Cadet Corps. N E W Air Conditioned ' By Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. * Sun. Phone 58 MONDAY "WAY OF A GAUCHO" Rory Calhoun ; iiene Ticrney TUESDAY TOP SERGEANT MULLIGAN" Sterling Hollon-ay Nat Pendleton ROKs on Own In Korea >Yar WTTH SOUTH KOREAN SECOND DIVISION AT SNIPER RIDGE, Korea OB — Re-trained South Korean troops, fighting with renewed determination under the army motto, "Stay and Fight," are valient to a fault. They won't admit defeat—and sometimes this works to their own disadvantage. Recently or! Sniper Ridge- the Chinese struck with a reinforced battalion one morning and drove the outnumbered South Koreans off the entire ridge. But this wasn't reported until five hours later to division headquarters. Instead the ROJC (Republic of Korea) regimental command post reported merely that seven Chinese Re'd companies-had attacked, but had withdrawn. When the truth was learned, an Impatient U.S. major said: "If they wouldn't lie, we could help Ihem." However, when the gallant ROKs stormed back up the hill and knocked the Chinese off, the 8th Army was Informed of the victory In a matter of minutes. Crime Commission comes up In Manhattan State Supreme Court. With the spotlight, temporarily it least, on the Luchese court cases, (he commission planned to go ahead with Us Inquiry Into political - underworld relationships. The group was expected to look into Judicial patronage today. ' Carmine O. DcSapio, chief of Tammany Hall (the Manhattan Democratic organization), created a sensation at yesterday's hearing when he .clashed with the 'commission and denounced phases of its inquiry. , beSnpto, 43, who admitted he won a draft deferment as'on es- »<entia] worker during World War n when he didn't have a regular Job, said he did nol want to be "smeared or lynched by'Implica- tion/'- Statement Disallowed The commission refused to allow DeSaplo to read a statement in rebultal of previous festlmony and then ordered htm blf the witness stand. U. S. Ally. Gen. James P. Me- Oranery moved In Washington yesterday to strip citizenship from Luchese • by directing the filing of denaturallzalion proceedings against the Sicilian-born ex-con- vtct and wealthy garment manufacturer. . McOranery's action, similar to » move taken . recently against Costello, Is a prelude-to possible deportation. The Justice Department said the denaturalization proceedings would charge Luchese, listed in department records as Luckese, concealed 1 arrests in connection with homicides when applying for cISIzenship. Luchese. who wss convicted of grand larceny but not of homicide, .was naturalized nine years ago. In Brooklyn, V. S..'Ally. Frank J. Parker- said last n|ght he would file a denaturalization petition against Luchese Iri Federal Court today. Luchese, who will be 53 Dec. 1, has been subpoenaed to testify before the Stale Crime Commission in public. However, he obtained n temporary legal postponement last week. Arguments svill be "heard today in state Supreme Court on whether a permanent court order should be Issued or the temporary order revolted. Actor's Father Dies LOS ANGELES OT — The father of actor Eddie Quillan and writer Joseph Francis Quillan Jr., died at his home Sunday after a brief illness. He was 68.. . ' .. : Reviews Refused WASHINGTON MP) — The Supreme Court yesterday refused for the second time to review the case of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, the husband and wife who face death In Sing Sing Prison's electric chair as atom bomb spies. FISH STORV?-Chuck Reynolds, of Lo. Angeles. tefis story U*th tn rt Chuck swear, that the Urge-mouth b"s£ S?™L Wa R * P i",l * lower dw " ur ' whea "• ""Bht H in the Colorado River. Either some luckless fisherman lost his teeth or there t an underwater dentist in the deplhs at the Colorado. This Is National Diabetes Week, Hunt on for Unsuspecting Patients " WED — THUKS 'Drcamboat' Clifton Webb Ginger Rogers (EdltorV Note: First of two stories on ?f»llon»! Diabetes Week) By FRANK CAREY AP Science Reporter WASHINGTON Wt — A'medical manhunt Is on this week—to find more than one million Americans believed to have diabetes without knowing it. ' ' You could be in peril il you actually, have the disease and It's left untreated. If you are' founoV your adlsease can quickly be brought under control with Insulin and proper diet< sometimes diet alone. A small army .of doctors and volunteer workers will be on a special hunt for "hidden" diabetics all this week, which is known as Diabetes Week, sponsored by the American Diabetes Association. Many of them will offer free urine tests for excessive sugar, usually a reliable means of detecting diabetes. Collection stations, where urine samples can be led, have been set up in many of the 700 counties which have established formal pro : grams. Drugstores, public schools and firehouses have been designated for that'purpose In some communities. The American Diabetes Association (ADA), a nonprofit organization of doctors and laymen especially interested In diabetes detection, treatment and education says that whether the lests are offered without charge Is left-entirely-to local medical authorities. ". , Medical authorities In 31 of the 48 states have organized state-wide detection and education programs. The ADA-estimate! about one million diabetics now are under treatment and that another million persons have diabetes without knowing It. < Still another two million Americans at any one time are believed to have a potential for developing the disease sometime during their lives. People who are overweight are among likely candidates—especially If there's a history of diabetes In the family. Excessive thirst, frequent urination and excessive hunger are among danger signals. Jobless Get Duty in War . MONO KONG IB _ A d|spatch from Canlon to the Independent Rung Sheung Dally New; says thi Chinese. Communists have organ Ized 16,000 unemployed persons foi service In Korea or Indo-Chma. The jobless, nil of whom had been on public relief, were formed into teams-of nurses, stretcher bearers, cooks and launderers, Die account said. The paper also said several Ihousnnd other 'Jobles were sent to labor comps.on Hainan Island and In East Kwan'gtung province. Ad* placed before 9 a.m. wilt appear same day. All classified advertising payable in advance. BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS Buddhist Rites Set BHOPAL, Central India (m _ More than 1,000 guests from Buddhist countries of the world are expected at the sacred ceremany reinstalling the relics of two famed Buddhist disciples, Sariputa and Moggalana, Nov nearby Snnchl. 39-30, at ROKs Change Minds, Plan Ike Welcome PUSAN, Korea Wj _ The South Korean government has reversed signals once again and Is planning « super-dooper welcome for President-elect r> w I B h t Elsenhower, proposed visit to this wnr zone is supposed to toe shrouded In utmost secrecy. A 15-inan committee headed bv acting Prime Minister Patk Too Chin Is making plans for (he show. The committee Is composed of members of the executive, legislative «nrt Judicial branches and four patriotic organizations. The government will foot Hie bill for flower carts, posters,-banners, arches mid ttie full regalia of R Korean reception. A government spokesman earlier had promised tho biggest, spectacle In Seoul's long history., A special cabinet meeting was called for the formation of the committee. 11.?", government said previously that It might call off its original plan to give a big public.reception for Eisenhower lor "security reasons." But the light Is i r e e n again. Special precautionary measures to insure security for Elsenhower have been set up by the Army and police. Local government authorities throughout South Korea will hold welcoming rallies for Eisenhower regardless of bis appearance In the areas, » government spokesman said. , Read Courier News .Classified Ads, rOR IMPROVED KIDNIY FUNCTION Subnormal kidney function WH im- proT*d, Bladder pain MM! dlKoon- forl reduced In mo»I observed CMC* ifwr drinking Mountain Valley \Pater. O*Udou« — deliy. tnd right to ,„«. RICHARDSON'S Super Market Ml.W.-M|Bln.' 'Phone N7) Loser Pays Bet; Gives Up Dog DENVER (/P>-Whcn Jack Andersen gat a call lo pick up n shipment nt the railway express office recpntly, he figured it probably was some lubricant lor hit gasoline station, it turned out to be a crate containing a fiil|.sl*e racing ercv- hound, • ' rt seems that Andersen, his wife and Clyde o. Means, who owns a kennel of racing do B s. had cone lo the Colorado Springs track togeth-r msl summer. One of Means' do?s, Kay Trump, was running. Andersen offered to wascr his Cadillac car against the dog that' Kay Trump wouldn't finish in Ihe'mn". cy. Means accepted, then watched his dog wind up far back. Andersen forgot the Incident until he called at the express Company to find Kay Trump. Andersen said he wasn't too happy to add n racing canine to hlc household and his wife wasnt' cither. Credit Good in Jail BUTTE, Mont. yp>-A man aourht to establish credit at a roomlM house, cafe and business establishment by saying he was an 'employe of a firm here who actually had never heard of him. Jiidge John Selon provided him with free room and board for 60 days. * -.-. . Read Courier News classified Ads. STOP SMOKING? IOBAK-O-STOP fMtned 10 . titlp OU tucb the lo- ifco hibll .-. •. feV fcolll* of'TOHAK- 0-STOP lo day > niS i ce Ka iv lukklv 11 KUV' non-habit' foini- fit. taty io uir. Vita by (hoii- WOODS DRUG FREE $1.00 Tube Pile Ointment Noted : Clinic Makes Most Unusual Offer fo Any Aff lipted 1'ersnn— No Coupon—No Charge In order to Introduce to anyone who Is afflicted wflli Piles (Hemorrhoids) or nny similar rectal condition, the Thornton Minor "clinic will send free on request, a full- size »I.OO tube of Thornton Minor Pile Ointment—free and postage paid. Send only your full name, age and address—no money Is required. This offer. 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