The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on June 3, 1952 · Page 5
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 5

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oje Camp Riots iecprd For Violence are most violent in of this country elved. .although far from unique- in the warfare. , '- compound. . April 10-One American officer wounded, four Korean euardTVnrt ,te^: Cormnunist SSoS/^UM 57 Communists wounded and six Korean guards wounded. - , ; and submarine tech ut of .their com- Pago, Ariz., on Christ- r l&S All later were. .re£Vc> ****** there . - . British troops rushed the compound, firing rifles in. the air and quelling the rock- throwing, rebellious prisoners with lG3.r &S. &^.'.tFt^vten,,6Kla,- PiSv spokesman said a big fo^bJSlii* German POWs ition of political atroci- SfSjSAere the most in- Kfdienses committed in U.S. c 14 Germans were execut- <£ was sentenced to be ex- Jbut the sentence was com- t^f to 20 years imprisonment. tradition, available records for f A,«» G* 01 ." 18 ^ P S S w 6 ? S i- countrv during World War II L 12 murders two forced sui- K by Nazi methods, and 43 oth- said that was. not uci^e, the number inyol- 'the fact that the first f OM were brought over r so rap^e was no time for screen- --er screening and segregation fie Gestapo and Nazi, party ; from the non-Nazis, there • is V uT little trouble, he said, free also were 51,500 Italian " 5 jQO Japanese prisoners at' to the U.S. during -World |r comparison, figures current- Uble for lie last three and months alone, show this ledtorKoje: r&, 18—One American soldaer id and one wounded and 69 ~~i Korean civilian internees i sad 142 wounded as: rioting i out in the compound. rch IS—One American officer |aiiger Gets Ready •Four-Month Term LWOOD, June 3 (IK—Movie •cer Walter Wanger was wind| sp his affairs Tuesday, prepar- •a go behind bars for lour for wounding an actor's s he believed was romancing |ii f e, sctress Joan Bennett. pager's attorney, Jerrj' Gies- the producer would be- javing his prison farm sen- "sometinie Wednesday" as sMed and would not request jfcs: stay of execution. Teven as the silver-haired film, ve prepared to pay his debt for the Dec. 13 shooting ^ct -Jennings Lang, rumors I B ? m<meland that he and rBeciKtt might patch up their W.L Dunn in Detroit For Mother's funeral W. E. Dunn of Highlands is In Detroit, Mich, to attend the funeral of his mother, Mrs. Emma Dunn, who died at 10:25 p.m Sunday. Dunn was notified of his mother's sudden illness early Sunday and immediately caught a plane for Detroit, but she was dead when he arrived. Other survivors are four grandchildren W E. Dunn, Jr., and Mrs. J. R. Wallace of Houston and Robert' Dunn of-Pasadena, • • Too Much TV' MEMPHIS, Tenn. —'IP-J. Boyd Mason is a firm believer in the .saying "when it rains it pour* " Within two months after Mason had bought a television set, he won two others in drawings at local events. iestern Students IS War On Crime' COMPLETION of 100 combat missions in Korea has put Col. Francis S. Gabreski, one of the leading .American aces of World War H, on the schedule for return home. GabresM was credited with 28 u enemy "planes destroyed in "the air and three more on the ground in World War H. In Korea's jet air .-war, he added six and a half MIG- ios to collection. (International! Wfl telON, HL (EB—Thirty-one ^-z^T^ prejtern University students fc '~"^ r~-**A K Talunteered to aid in a Chi- :iati-crime fight i students, studying law and -thf, win serve as investiga- Mr the emergency crime com- •st of the Chicago city council. " n ng their tasks will be door- r surveys in Certain sections '- «Jy to learn facts on crime t from the citizens." '•students will worlf in the iJr*' 5 Lo °P office to direct iwrantecrs. IFRANSSEN PATE RESERVE LIFE Before You Die" Dial 2061 Jricycle Hospital '*** How | 0 Repair "our Child's Toy W. MAIN "good as you want CAN SET !T AT PUBLICATION of closed-door testimony before the House 3udiciary subcommittee in Washington re- veals that U> S - De P ut y Attorney General A. Devitt Vanech ad- jnitted flunking- bar examinations four or five times in the District of Columbia and Virginia before passing one in Tennessee where he swore he would practice law but never did. He said he had every intention of fulfilling his" promise when he took the exam in 1939, and still does, (International) 101 ire& !l ; >om $ 3 M e 2S40. CHARGING' in I>os Angeles CO*UL that'her dental student husband preferred University of Southern California fraternity life to married life, ^ Mrs. Richard E, Key-, nolds (actress Barbara Reynolds) is granted divorce- (International) THE.BAYTOWN SUN, TUESDAY, JUNE 3, '!952 SEARS ADVERTISED PRICE IS THE ONLY PRICE! ROEBUCK AND CO. 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