The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 26, 1953 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT (AKK.) COUK1ER NEW* SATUKiMK, bfcPT. 196» Gen. Dean Asks Clemency For Koreans Who Informed By ROBERT W. WELLS BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) — Maj, Gen. William F. Dean is asking clemency for'the tw Korean civilians accused of selling him into three years of Communist captivity for $5 re wards. Dean told newsmen Just before* a homecoming celebrwtlon las night that he has cabled Presided! Syngman Rhee of South Korea, ask Jng him to free the two. "I don't know if they are th ones (who turned me in) but J they are they should be freed an> way," he said. "A lot of peopl were under a lot of pressure a that time." Dean was captured In August 1950. about n month after he dis appeared near Taejon, South Ko rea, while rallying stragglers o his overwhelmed 24th Division in the action that won Dim the Meda of Honor. Dean also disclosed that he was taken into Manchuria by the Red! fpr three days in late 1950 when the Allies had all but crushed the North Korean army. "Wild Bill" The tall. 54-year-old soldier was welcomed back: by hometown citizens who knew him here 30 years ago as auto patrolman "Wild Bill" Dean. He was given a standing ovation by some 1,500 people at a civic reception in the Berkeley Community Theater. A pretty blonde coed gave him lifetime passes to all athletic contests of the University of California, his alma mater. The welcome, originally planned to include a torch light parade and massed bands, was scaled down by request of Dean. The general, arrived back in America by plane Tuesday night. Half an hour before last night's reception, Dean met personal friends and newsmen. He appeared much more rested and relaxed than on his arrival. Speaker after speaker recalled Dean's student days here after his father moved west from Carlyle, m. Dean replied: "The memory of all those happy years was a sustaining beacon. Constant and comforting companions which helped me retain my balance. Without them I would have been lost." Winding up . his brief speech, Dean turned to his wife, Mildred, on the stage, and then nodded to his mother and daughter, seated in the audience. "We POWs didn't suffer as much as our loved ones," he declared. STUDYING FREEDOM'S LANCUAGE-A youth who loughi for the Chinese Reds in Korea and who was captured by UN troops, studies his English lesson in a class conducted by Pvt. George Jelinck, of Ulysses Neb. The POW is one of many who hope to join Nationalist Chinese forces on Formosa alter renouncing their former allegiance. FLORIDA Insurance Men Discuss Training The 25-week underwriters training course to be conducted here beginning Oct. 31 was discussed last night at a meeting of the Blytheville Association of Life Underwriters at Hotel Noble. The classes will meet each Saturday morning at Ihe Catholic Grade School for two hours. First year'class instructor will be L. E Old and second year instructor will be J. A. Bryant. New members inducted last night Included Max Sherwood, E. J. Evans and Joe Trieschmann, all of Blytheville; Arlene Owens of Kennett, Mo., w. A. Ellsey of Dexter, Mo., and Dave Hampton of Maiden, Mo. (Continued from Page 1) has left town." Tallahassee, the Florida state capital, ringed with big estates and the center of a great tung growing section, escaped without damage. Winds were light there although the weather was wet. Schools and an armory were opened as storm shelters when it appeared at first that the hurricane would swing more in that direction. Numerous mlltary installations, both Air Force and Navy, made preparations to weather the blow well in advance. Hundreds of planes, from jet fighters to huge air transports, were flown out of the clanger area. Ki7/er Gets Li7e r CANANDAIGTJA, N. Y. (/PI—Fred Eugene McManus, 19-year-old confessed killer of five persons, was sentenced today to life imprisonment ior the murder of William Allen Braverman. The Valley Stream. L. I., youth faced the bench calmly and apparently without emotion as state Supreme Court Justice H. Douglass Van Duser followed the recommendation of the trial jury. Threatens Coon Event Chaffee to Be Basic Center PORT SMITH (A 1 !—Camp Chaffee. Ark., will serve us a basic training center for nr\v soldiers from four states, starting Oct.- 1. Ma]. Gen. W. L. Mitchell, commanding officer of the nearby camp, said yesterday that inductees and enlistcoR from Arkansns. Louisiana, Oklahoma and Missouri would receive their eight weeks of basic training at Chnffee after nrxl j Thursday. He said the camp also would con tlniie to serve as a training cente for artillery replacements. DESPERADO (Continued from Pase 1) top of the stairs. And the firing began. He was carrying a P-38 German automatic In a hip holster. Also found on him was $127 in bills and $7.40 in change, most of it in quarters apparently for use in the phone call, as well as five diamond rings in his pocket. Johnson .was a native of Lyn Grove, Iowa. In addition to h federal prison sentence he ha served time in New Mexico an Wyoming for burglary. Shortly before his robbery ser tence for holding up a Los Angele bank, he was arrested by FB agents in Sioux City. Iowa, afte holding up a store and disarmin two policemen. Obituaries Sister of Blythtville Man Diet in Memphis Mrs. Anna Haslett of Memphis, sister of W. E. Hagan of Blythe- vllle, died last night In St. Joseph'." Hospital after an illness of several months. She was 69. Other survivors include four daughters, . Mrs. Mike Canelli of Brooklyn, N. Y., and Mrs. William Aquadro, Mrs. Ralph Smith and Mrs. Agnes Murphy, all O f Memphis; a son. Tommy Haslett. Jr., of Memphis; a sister, Mrs. William Slade of St. Louis; a niece Mrs Joe Selbert of Blytheville- and three grandchildren. Funeral arrangements were incomplete today. U. S. and Spain Sign Agreement WASHINGTON VP> — The united States and Spain today signed a 20 year defense agreement giving this country the right to develop ind use naval and air bases on Spanish soil and assuring Spain of military equipment from the United States. The historic action brought Franco's Spain, long shunned by the victors of World War n. Into partnership with the United States In he West's defense against the danger of Soviet attack. Ambassador James C. Dunn and Spanish Foreign Minister Alberto Martin Artajo also signed econom- c assistance and mutual defense issistance agreements, the latter pelllng out the specific conditions mder which Spain will receive mil- tary aid. NowJ fln "IJpsidti-Down" William Woodward Dies NEW YORK (.Tl—William Wood ward. 76 banker and racehora breeder who owned three Kentuck) Derby winners, died in his home here today. Woodward's Derby winners were allnnt Pox In 1933. Omnhn In 1835 and Johnstown in 1939. They under the colors of his Belair Stud ™ coon-on-the-log- contest is held this week at Dardanelle. Prosector Edward Gordon says he'll prosecute the promoters. Gordon said yesterday he has advised contest promoter Ernest Wesley that, in his opinion, the contest would violate Arkansas' cruelty to animal act. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. SATURDAY RETURN OF THE BADMEN With Randolph Scott & Ann Jefferys SAT. OWL SHOW HERE COME THE MARINES With The Bowery Boys •••••••••••••**••••••••» in Palestine, and along the on bnnk oi the Apalachicola river, Florida. GEM THEATRE "Osceola's Finest" SAT - SUN -MON - TUES r r 4 Big Days SHANE" In Technicolor Starring Alan Ladd COMPLETE Rid your pr«m!m P 5 V T o( "°ut>leiomt I E J I Raft-Mite- Roochei—Anil, CONTROL - FIcm< ond Mothu Hero's a brand-new I^cnnox Heating System (icsi^noi! (o give you "perimeter healing"—the ncwc.it nnd best heating method for baso- rncnUe.ss homes. This nmazincly efficient Reverse-How Ona "Hi- Koy" delivers \v;inn nir from tho botJom nil her than the top. Comfort fen t urea include exclusive "Mellow Warmth" controls . . . economicnl "vvrap-aroimri" rndi- fltor . . , clean, quici GLO-RING single-port burner. See this modern, convenient warm air heating system today! LENNOX WOILD'S LARBEST KMFKTWIiS (KO tmmtu OF MUM IK HUTIKS srsutts City Electric Co. 109 S. Fifth Phone 8181 fill US TODAY -WE ARE YOUR CERTIFIED ItNNOX DEALER ALFALFA SEED 32<z Lb. Oklahoma Approved | Top Quality—No Noxious Blytheville j Soybean Corp. IBM) W. M»in Phnrie 6S5B Jingle Court System Asked LITTLE ROOK UP) — A proposal o create a single court system eaded by an administrative offi- er was submitted to the Arkansas udicial Council yesterday. 'We should do away with the ircuit , chancery 'and probate ourts." said Chancellor C. M. Wof- forcl of Port Smith. "We should have a single cou anil then a litigant would know was in the right court with h case." Wofibrd proposed that the syste have equity, law and probate do kets. His proposal followed a char by J. L. Shaver of Wynne, preside: of the Arkansas Bar Associatio tha t administration of justice in A kansas is lagging because there no coordination of the judiciary. MESS GENERAL—BTig.-GCn. Frank Dorn, Army Deputy Chief of Information claims men are better cooks than women and published the ''Dorn Cookbook" to prove his point. The general, shown above in a Washington, D. C., kitchen tries out one of his Iticipes collected ffom various parts of the world during his SQryear Army career. Hint to Motorists Most motorists use friction tape when repairing a leaky radiator hose, but heat and water soon dissolve the adheisye if tape alone is used. A better plan is to wrap a long strip of rubber cut from an old inner tube, around the hose and apply a layer of tape to hold it securely in place. Acadia national park, on Mount Desert Island, Maine, contains 16.522 acres and includes Mount Cadillac, highest elevation on the Atlantic coast. LITTLE LIZ— Elbows bend the woy they do to make It hard for o man to pat himself on the back. «HEA» MOX -THEATRE- In West Blytheville Air Conditioned by Refrigeration Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat. Sun 1.0 Always A Double Feature On Our Wide Vision Metallic Screen SATURDAY THE COBRA STRIKES With Shirley Ryan — AND — Whip WILSON Carloon & "Nyoka" Serial SAT. LATE SHOW 11:30 CARTOON & "Pirates Harbor" Serial SUN & MON BOB HOPE MICKEY MOW MAIWYIV MAXIVEI.L - L; EDDIE MAVtHDfr AND — TONY CURTIS-PIPER LAURIE CARTOON & SHORT — COMING — (In 3-Rimcnsion) "FORT-TI" Enjoy Cool, Air-Conditioned Comfort NO BUGS TO BATTLE ... NO TRAFFIC TO FIGHT . . . JUST SOLID COMFORT AND GRAND ENTERTAINMENT SUNDAY & MONDAY Continuous Showing Sunday from 2 p.m. Uhe wackHy wonderful story that waves pennants in your heart! DANDAILEY ANNE BANCROFT THE FROM l-eft field —-., LEONARD GOiDSTtlN I •MO, HARMON JONES •*••> JACK SHER R. C. FARR & SONS DISTRIBUTORS Fuel Oil Petroleum Products Lee Tires Fuel Oil Petroleum Products Lee Tires "Serving This Area for Over 20 Years" 400 South Railroad Blytherille Phone 4567 NATIONALISTS (Continued from Page 1) Ident and would become,president if the 66-year-old Chiang should leave office. Li is unpopular with the Nationalists because he was acting president at the time of unsuccessful peace talks with the Reds in 1949. He went to the United Slates and when Chiang resumed the presidency on Formosa in 1950 Li called him a usurper. Chiang has been president three terms, but the present one, starting in 1948, is the first under constitutional government, . It is possible that two minority parties—the Young China party and the Democratic Socialists—will run candidates against him. But their chances for success are considered negligible. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Photo Tinting * Course Slated ' At 'T Here A 10-week course In color harmony and photograph tinting taught by Margaret Wright will begin at the Blytheville Y Wednesday morn- Ing at 10 and close Dec. 9, according to an announcement by the Y today. Tuition for the course has been set at $2.50 with oil paints and materials furnished. Persons enrolling in the class are asked to bring ol? non-glossy photographs to work on Miss Wright, who came to Blytheville 15 months ago, was a photographer in West Tennessee and received honors in numerous contests. One of her pictures was hung at the national convention of the Photographers Association of America in Chicago. Application blanks may be obtained at the Blytheville Y in City Hall. NEW *$UNDAY WWI Iff 1 I fj M[jN[| A Y " lilwlIMfl I MANILA, ARK. By Refrigeration Matinees Sat. & Sun. "Your Community Center" DON'T MISS! BARBARA FRED j& M?f#-,M .& -.'. >i " *fc •£ .¥ ii i. siJr& & Ax **\. \'(fl PHOTOGRAPHED IN NATURAL VISION 3-DlMENSION WARD BOND'WiiuwcxiNO ."SivEN"8U5CH"josEM°8E«S'HMio-Ror 80WLWO-WARNER BROS —ALSO— THREE STOOGE COMEDY IN 3-D 'THE STOOGE" FUEL OIL G. 0. PQETZ OIL CO. "/ Sell That Stuff" Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant- Promised Land FOR RENT MOVIE CAMERAS and PROJECTORS All New Kodak Equipment Offered in a Large Selection BARNEYS DRUG STORE 2006 W. Main Phone 3647 j Grain Bin Sale THE ONLY GRAIN BIN WITH 6-PLY RIBS EVERY 22'2 OF HEIGHT FOR EXTRA STRENGTH Sf New Sioux 1,000 Bushel | Grain Bin 761 78 While they last we offer one car load of 1,000 bushel size SIOUX melal grain bins at the special price of $261.78. Why take less than support price for soybeans and other grains this«fall when you can have storage right in your field. See or phone us today while our present supply is still available as we will not have any more at this low price. Bins available at the following branches. Blytheville Soybean Corp. Blytheville Phone 6856 Leachville Phone 69 Senath, Mo. Phone 120 Hornersville, Mo. Phone 2141 SEED WHEAT Arkansas State Certified Blue Tag, Chancellor Wheat Special Prices for Dealers LEE WILSON & CO. Distributors Phone 3411 Jerry Hays Home Phone 2901

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