Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 28, 1952 · Page 20
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 20

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 28, 1952
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-.. '4-3 MAS TWMf, tayMivilb, AHwMM, Mumim* February Ml If 12 Hospital Romance In the outjoplt here a» ''paraplegic Erncit Trujlllo, 24, and '-Ml bride, the former Dorothy Car"ter Paxton, 23, Hlnen Vctcram .hospital phynlcal tlicraplat,: pose ^.following their wedding In Chi- .;cago. The wedding climaxed an .-jclght»flnonth courtship. He wai' '·"{wralyzed when kicked by a horte on till ranch. (International) Duncan Sisters Back Before Another Chapter In Fabulous Career jit Started ; Hollywood-(/Pj-Thc Duncan *l«- tors, who made and lost millions as ''Topiy--and';Eya," -have..started in their fabulou* g n comeback. j old v1 lc ; A capacity crowd packed the fiaddlb .(t'rid Sirloin. HoslaurantIn nearby;Ban Fcfghdo Valley *bne night this wee* and ct.ecrcd the V.d timers. After 45 mlnutca of . .tbei(v.,«0mcdy nnd tongs, Rosetta " ' ;J (To»Jy)'and Vivian (Eva) bowed f»ff Ifi'tcars. They won't admit their ages-: rbccause 11 we did. people would ·l?f«i we're 12 years older than ·'.."ihil" They are reportedly In their v 'Jat« 50si but they performed with the zest of starlets. Vivian played tre piano' and Rptctta, always the " comcdlenno In the act, bounced l»*round : and kidded with the au- lencc. At the'close, they brought on Vivian's daughlcr, a 21-year- old beauty named Evclyne AsHicr, ^oin; them In their close har- The Duncan's are resuming their career-after n 10-ycar ! lapsc. i We've been running » school li Barilnnamc, Calif.," Vivian «'xf : plained. "We hn'vc 200 Btudcnts - learning all fields of show busl- ""ncss Wo havo 10 touchctf to carry ,' 'im for us, BO we thought'we'd get kfjiack in front of the lights." W« wanflo get in television," ' feosctta .added. "After nil we've ^ecn in every other field of the 1( - business." . · ..''We wanted lo prove ,to people that ..we weren't dead," Hosetta ''"Isughed,. - . 4, The Duncans opened "Topsy and - "Eva" l:i San Francisco in 1023 and played It to cheering audiences in No / York. They earned a million dollars from It in three years and went oh to movies. Fnme followed them to Europe, where (hey rc- porjlediy taught the Prince of ·jWalcs. jazz danco steps and hobnobbed with the kings of Greece, 'Epaln end Italy. The act broke up when Vivian jr.urrled silent film star Nils Astlier and retired to Europe. They ~* .resumed as a team after -Vivian's separation from Asthcr, but later ~ landed I n - bankruptcy. They rc- *" tired In the early -'40's lo establish .their school near San Francisco. 19, 'Most Wanted' k'OMlY l», Kenneth Ue Maurer hu VUw distinction of being the young- et mm on the FBI's "Ten Moit Wanted" list. Mturer has been _ dialing since November, When the fi ?\ ,*al»bbed and bludgeoned bodlei 01 hli mother and iliter, 11, wr found to Detroit. i7«Mir« I , M ··rt Likl Sin! lit l«w I IriR IH f. _. IT rrlkf Inm mlHTr ·' rllfi. IRC forlptiU 4«vrlop«J by » , nwoni , I K«ul Cllfite kflnn HIM Iran 'Mtclmr pain, ., *W Uttrt Mlurt (brink ivrlllnf, ml iiSfn.m iiuin ».'i"t.. iM*iCnii "Safe" Night Flight Turns Into Sensational Mission (This story was written by Author James A; Mlchcner, who is In the Pacific for Holiday magazine. Jt was released to news agencies through the U. S. Far Nnval Command.), By JAMES A, MICHENEE With U, S. Currier Essex off Korea-.~clnycd)-(/lVThe unhop- plcst American Is n sawed-off 3«- yonr-o!d pilot called Felix Bertng- na, of Andovcr, N. H. Me can sit In the wardroom -of the carrier Essex and Just abi/ut break your hc.rt. "Look nt me!" he walls. "I'm one of the best trained men in the Navy. A night heckler, I take a plane off this tu1 In darkness, 1 go over Korea and fight in darkness, then 1 come back in darkness to find this lousy bucket, and In pitch darkness make a carrier landing," Is that why he IB so mournful? "No! It's because they won't give me any work'to do. Pitiful little missions. It would break your heart to be the best trained man i n . the fleet and then to be completely misused." Take "Safe" Route This morning we roljcd out of bed at 3,.lw' a.blg breakfast. Then we heard the bad news.'Since. I was going, Felix and his wingman, Red ·lillwcll.of Independence, Mo., would be given the safe and uninteresting shore route. Hut 'Von't take any risks." Felix mumbled, "that's the way It always Is." There Is nothing like a night catapult launching. You are whipped forward at enormous speed, shot ou ( . into perfect darkness, dropped perilously low over .the Accan that yuu can't see, nnd then shovd uoward into the sky. It'i an amazing sensation. We roared ip the coast at 250 miles an hour and then with i burst of pure luck Felix opened up what was to be one of the most sensational night flights in history. He thought he caw a light in what could havo been a very large building. "I don't see anything," Red said. "I'll drop a hundred pounder anyway," Felix replied. He leveled off for a terrific bomb run, dropped to 150 feet and let go. Then was a gigantic explosion, our plane was lifted 20 feet, our tail was higher than our nose, and I wanted to get out. FcMx had hit a big munitions plant. Counlryilde Lifhb Up 1 "he.entile countryside was a blaze of light. Pillars of fire 200 or 300 feet high .probed into the pitch black. Below, -ushing for the safety of a long tunnel, were two locomotives and ibout 30 boxcars. These were the life line of'the Communists. -'he next half hour was amazing. With a terrific blast Red cut the track leading to tht'tunnel, Felix knocked some cart off the other end of the line, and the valuable locomotives were trapped. Out 'it absolute darkness, with not a tingle light on our planes, Felix and Red combed those trains from end to end. One fcig bomb caught a carload of ammunition. Ano.ther set the engine itscll smoking. The valley was a ghostly Jnfcrno with four separate big fires, topped by the factory itself wl ' :h kept blazing furiously. Used All of Bombi , Leaving the trains, Felix got a truck, one of'the most valuable targets in North Korea today. Then he found a large'boat', the kind the C-mmunists have been using 1o make assaults on our forward positions. With one bomb Felix blew it absolutely apart. He now had one bomb left. Red who had b.en off after some ox carts, was out of bombs and ammo both. The two men teamed up again and Red scoured the countryside for one last target. He found a beauty. A boat in a dry dock. Coldly; Felix dropped down to inspect.',This is worthwhile.. He climbed for a high run, dove down furiously, and blew the boat, the drydock, and what was left of my stomach all to pieces. Eisenhower, Gruen'ther To Visit Greece, Turkey Paris-(/P)-Gen. Dwlght Elsen- hower and his chief of staff, Gen. Alfred M. Gruenther, will fly Monday to Turkey and Greece. Ankara, the Turkish capital, will be their first stop'. · ' - The longest eclipse of the sun in modern times occurred in 1937. Viewed from the Pacific Ocean area . it lasted 7 minutes and 4 seconds. Death Sentence In SI. Louis Slaying St. Louis^(/P)-A Circuit' Court jury last night convicted a handsome teen-age youth of first degree murder in the slaying of a BEEF STEW St Louis hotel clerk and itntencett him to death. Samuel N, Re*«e, 19. beard the verdict without viiiblt emotion. ' ··"··· The slaying took place at tht Windsor Hotel last November 15. 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