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Herald and Review from Decatur, Illinois • Page 12

Herald and Reviewi
Decatur, Illinois
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Saturday, February 28, 1948. DECATUR HERALD 12 PfCTURES Field Marshal List German General is Sentenced to Life Imprisonment ife 111 11 II I mil oil" tr tvii? mnm 1 I A. PARACHUTED FROM B-29 Three crew- which was on a flight from Carswell Field, TOKEN STRIKE IN PRAGUE-treet cars and other traffic in Prague's Prikopy, one of the city's main shopping streets, comes to halt during token strike of hour' men who parachuted from a B-29 before it Texas to the West Coast. FouF crewmen crashed in flames near Meridian, Texas died. Left to right are Lt.

Frank Kiggs, S3 duration marking the change ia government. Traffic Wednesday night eat breakfast in a Meri- Orange, Texas; Capt. William S. Kern, halted for five minutes in show of solidarity with the dian lunch room the following morning. Pasadena, and Capt.

Julian F. Mof-Eight men parachuted from the plane fat, Barksdale, Miss. Communist program. Massed crowd at left is in front of Communist party headquarters. IIK1IS1S -I NAZI MARSHAL SENTENCED Flanked Nuernberg, Germany sentenced him to life by.

two Negro guards of the 370th infan- imprisonment for his acts as German corn-try, German Field Marshal Wilhelm List mander in the Balkans. He was charged stands as an American military tribunal in with ordering executions without triai. 1 I 4-r i Wi I US YOUNG CURATOR OF ASTRONOMY Frederick A. Franklin, a 15-year-old high school sopnomore was named assistant curator of astronomy at the Worcester Natural History society in Worcester, Thursday, becoming one of the youngest curators of astronomy in the United States. His duties are to compile weather data on STASSEN 'DELEGATES' Five Chelten- ernor, at the 1948 "model Republican na-instruments at the Natural History museum and make ham, high school students root for tional convention" held in Philadelphia regular reports to Washington on local weather records.

Harold E. Stassen, former Minnesota gov- Thursday by secondary high school students. PLANE CRASH KILLS THREE Specta- plane which crashed Hear Springfield, tors view burned wreckage of a four-place Thursday, killing three men. t- 1 i i. iiwuji 't'.., THEY TOLD THEIR STORIES Five army officers gath- ter, said he flew 15 combat missions with a broken neck, liiTiiiliiSilillT)if't ''r' ii ii iiiriiiii i i MT imf Imi ill iHiiiiiiM unit- i i mini -in er for a chat at Forest Glen, division of Walter Reed which had been diagnosed as a muscle strain.

Left to right hospital. Earlier Thursday they told their stories to a are, Capt. Frederick Bready, Wilbraham, House armed service subcommittee. Despite crippling war Capt. Carlos San Jose, Frazier, Lt.

Charles wounds, they testified, they haven't been able to get dis- Forestville, and Capt. Thaddeus ability retirements. Lt. Thomas Frazier, Adrian, cen- Highland Park, Mich. TRUMAN GREETS NEGRO NEWSPAPERMEN Presi- Graves, second from right, Washington correspondent dent Truman, right, shakes hands with P.

Barnard Young, of the Pittsburgh, join in talk at the Key of the Norfolk, Journal and Guide, while L. A. West, naval base as the President greeted left, Ohio State News, Columous, Ohio, and Lem newspapermen accompanying him on his vacation. All Pictures on This Page From ASSOCIATED PRESS WIREPHOTOS.

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