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Charleston Gazette (Newspaper) - September 7, 1953, Charleston, West Virginia Charleston Gazette monday sept. 7, 1953 Dean to stay in Tokyo 15 Days for treatment Tokyo sept tired despite his claim feel Gen. William f. Dean ing said the physicians today delayed his return Home 15 gave him u Choice departing in Days to receive treatment in for America taking army Hospital for a Trace treatment in Japan. Amoebic dysentery he picked up i made the decision to stay for during his three years comm Sis he explained. It is fool nist Captivity. Wish to give up the Opportunity for the general who looked Fine treatment As they can give me Here. One the world s finest experts dysentery col. Iryle Radke is Here to treat officials said they did not How the general would make the trip Home whether by plane Washington sept. 6 Eisenhower administration is Are flown Home. Gop legislators ing quietly under the guiding hand vice president Nixon to Organ tee its own team supporters to in a news conference sunday Dean talked to reporters for 45 minutes. Doctors asked that the interview be Cut Short because Dean was tired but the general the legislative Gap left by the death sen. Taft Nixon reportedly has White said House approval for an Effort Toi 4, bring to the forefront in the next gentlemen i have not spoken session Congress such Active Tor three years. I supporters Eisenhower As re publican Sens. Ives new York enjoy this More than you do.1 his life in Captivity he said was Duff and Hendrickson and h. Alex i one in total isolation. For 16 Smith new Jersey. He was Given no Reading Mont these senators were for Eisenhower when Taft was con tenting Tor last year s Nomina Tion. Despite their individual activities they were somewhat eclipsed in this year s sessions by the dominance Taft and his followers in the legislative coun the plan As Nixon has outlined it to friends is to push each these senators Forward As an expert some particular phase the legislative program. It is Felt at the White House that they More nearly represent Eisenhower s views than some . The Spon sors Bills in the previous ses Sion. Under this plan Ives would be advanced As an administration spokesman for changes in the Taft Hartley act. Duff might be used along with Saltonstall to speak military mutters. Hendrickson would be the mouthpiece civil rights Legisla Tion. Smith would be a source information to his colleagues foreign affairs. And Carlson would handle the proposed postal rate in crease and civil service matters. It was emphasized by Nixon in matter no mail and was not even allowed a Pencil and paper. The general said he planned escape once but an attack Oil dysentery felled him before Hei could begin his flight. After reds announced Dean was a prisoner his treat ment almost immediately proved. He was Given mall Al improved. He was Given mail allowed to write and was Given in addition to letters from his family Dean was recipient 319 letters from friends and others Many them with relatives miss ing in action in Korea. He said he tried to answer All his mail. Dean said pictures his family and the two grandchildren he has not seen were sent to him by International news photos. He said he sent a thank you note to in cameraman Dave Cicero but Learned the letter never reached Cicero. Before he was visited by red newsman Wilfred Burchett in de Cember 1951, Dean said his captors never even gave him a Calendar and he lost track the Date continually. Burchett told him the Date his visit and later Dean mrphom och form As featured in life for Back to Campus. We be lined up Mcgregor s new All Star team crossed paths bring together miss West Virginia 19-year-old Pat Stewart Pineville and rep. Joseph w. Martin jr., speaker the House representatives at Kanawha Airport yesterday. Miss Stewart was Tak ing a plane to Atlantic City n. J., for the miss Amer Ica pageant and Martin was Enro Ute to Gandeeville to speak at the Roane county Homecoming. Gazette photo state s Choice continued from Page 1 around 5 feet 6 inches tall weigh ing around 125 pounds. Miss Stewart representing con Cord College was chosen As miss West Virginia last Spring when she won Over 13 representatives other state colleges at the test at West Virginia University june Goodloe Bluefield a Stu speaker Martin says armistice breathing spell9 continued from Page 1 men in Moscow. Godless communism is aimed toward world Revo Lution with the purpose red r n domination All people by the College his talks with friends that this received a card sized Calendar in move was not aimed at undermining the influence sen. Knowland California As Senate Republican Leader. The mail. Dean said he did not know be if he would retire his return to America. A reporter goes to Church rites reflect lutheran views by Jim Haught staff writer for the Gazette the Liberal views Martin Man who Laid the Cornerstone Ere easily apparent in services at Trinity lutheran Church y e s t e r d a morning Rev. B. B. Uhl discussed to h e Steward ship person Basing his Sermon a passage from St. Luke in which Christ r e p r i handed a phar isee for his at t i t u d e toward giving to the poor. Jim Haught Tho pharisees were often per functionary in their the minister said. When Jesus told him to give such things As you have he meant kindness and sympathy As Well As material this aspect our stewardship to god is frequently continued. We often give Money freely to the Church but withhold the most important gift if we keep our personalities repressed within he said we will be like the fruit that Falls from the tree and lies uneaten upon the ground we will have missed our appointed purpose in to illustrate his Point the elderly Clergyman quoted a passage and it came to pass As he went to Jerusalem that he passed through the midst Samaria and Galilee. And As he entered into a cer Tain Village there met him ten men that were lepers which stood afar off and they lifted up their voices and said Jesus master have mercy us. And when he saw them. He said unto them go Shew your selves unto the priests. And it came to pass that As they went they were cleansed. And one them when he saw that he was healed turned Back and with a loud voice glorified god and fell Down his face at his feet giving him thanks and he was a Samaritan. And Jesus answering said were there not ten cleansed but where Are the nine there Are not found re turned to give glory to god save this stranger. And he said unto him arise go thy Way thy Faith has made thee Trinity lutheran Church a Long stucco building at Lee and Eliza Beth sts., is done almost entirely a yellow. The outside and inside Walls Are yellow and the Interior is lit by yellow windows near the ceiling. Rev. Uhl a theology professor at Wittenberg College in Springfield o., was a guest minister As the Church has had no regular pastor w. Shillinger last Spring. Arpra St. James which says Faith since the resignation . George without works is dead _ gratitude and prayer Are important factors in molding a satisfying he said adding that nothing makes us like a Man better than praying for in these Days when More emphasis is placed to have1 than in to he concluded we live so that our personalities will show our fellow men the benefits being a the gospel for the service was the Story tile 10 lepers found in the 17th chapter St. Luke corns 5 ways better 1. In t fitly. Irtira Coras my Tow fast tit Wiki know to Metal so font. B. Stan ferns my Thor an Ohp. Fumm so ton misters. It. Earn new v shots. No other method much . Zino Pada. No wonder boo thing cushioning Era the largest Belling foot get Box today. At drug shoe. Dept. And a Scholls Charleston printing company i in a binding for an requirements phone 3-9408 Dulles a too briton declares Leeds England sept. 6 Woodrow Wyatt undersecretary for War in the former labor government tonight accused u. S. Secretary state John Foster Dulles blundering in world affairs. Never before . Dulles has a Man spent so Long in preparing himself to be foreign Secretary and i made such a fool himself and his country when he finally got the Wyatt said in a speech. Wyatt declared that through the to. S. Ambassador in Italy Dulles told the italians which Way the United states wanted to vote in the italian elections. Wyatt added he has followed that blander by ordering Ger mans to vote today for . Ade Nauer i . Dulles has insulted India to please South Korea he has threatened to abandon the korean peace conference unless every body does what he tells them he uses the South american veto to frustrate the will the majority the United Wyatt who is Laberite member parliament for Industrial Bir Mingham said America is far too inclined to think that in the Anglo american partnership which is essential to preserve peace and pre terrible communist other speakers the Day Long program the 21st annual Home coming which attracted former was Charleston who represented West Virginia University came in third. Miss West Virginia accompany Roane county residents As Well red Atlantic City by her Moth As those who live Here now in Ier Vaughan Stewart and eluded Uncle. Ben Murphree will do t -0 j a i impersonations popular singers Joe Burdett president thei a Talent division at Tow a j. T3 annr3 i Bdl cell . A Lokeil Coli lilt lid contest in other state supreme court Congress Man will Neal Huntington whose fourth District includes Roane county and Rush d. Holt. U. N. Prisoner continued from 1 say immediately How Many Allied War prisoners Are the missing list pending a final Cross Check those released during the 33 Days divisions miss Stewart will Model a bathing suit and an evening dress. West Virginia s Choice although her next six Days will keep her very Busy says she will miss her Fiance Robert Marrs an air Cadet. The airman now Home leave will be unable to attend the pagent. He will leave tomorrow for a California air base. The daughter mayor and operation big switch. But it was mrs Vaughan Stewart Pine i 4-Viq Tillim 1h is _ to _ it _ _ j. i the number would be substantial one. The names have been compiler by intelligence officers for the last three years from evidence in communist broadcasts propaganda letters from the missing men and double Check testimony men who have been freed. Jet Ace missing heading the list the still miss ing is air Force capt. Harold Fischer a double Jet Ace from Swea City Iowa. Fischer is credited with 10 Mig Jet kills. Fischer s return had been expected the last Day the sex Hange. The communists Hac boasted in a piping radio Broad cast that they shot Fischer Down Over Manchuria last Spring Anc captured him. The reds said recently they would Send Back All the Allied prisoners who desired repatriation they said the last Man across the Freedom line at Panmunjom Sun Day concluded the list. Beyond demanding the return accounting for those men the u. N command believes the reds still Lold there is Little the u. N. Can do if the communists stand a 5land denial. The to. N. Can Appeal to the Neutral nations commission supervising the korean armistice. It can also Appeal to world opinion. But the effectiveness such appeals can be judged against the. Record unsuccessful at tempts and Japan who Are still asking soviet rus Sia and red China for the return nationals captured in world War n. The Exchange ended shortly 11 . Sunday when slightly bewildered air Force capt. Theodore Larris Van Guys calif., climbed out the last communist truck. He was the Allied sol Dier the non korean and the american to return. The final contingent included 111 americans 8 British 8 South koreans 4 turks and 1 South african. I m the last Harris asked in Surprise under the impression that there were More to ome. The u. N. Final return reds Otalee no koreans and 137 chinese. The total repatriated communist prisoners was North koreans and chinese for an Overall figure the allies stated emphatically that every single communist Pris Oner desiring repatriation had been returned. In the Case several nationalities including american the reds returned More prisoners than they had said they would at the Start the Exchange. A. _ but returned fewer South i vent the spread communism koreans. Shortly before the sex i America should give orders to change ended the communists an Britain. Bounced they held approximately 300 South koreans and 20 non koreans who did not want to be sent Home. , miss Stewart has spent the summer working at the Pineville swimming Pool and making per Sonal appearance Tours. Quality life continued from Page m communities Are prepared to make sacrifices for the Sake saving the backward Peoples from Desti i tuition and starvation. Such sacrifices May mean that the More prosperous nations May have to accept for a time lower standards living for themselves. It is Only when food is no longer the chief life and the struggle for Bare survival is relaxed that Man has Leisure to concern himself with the Quality j life. Only then will it be possible to educate him into a sense parental responsibility which will prevent him from bringing into the world More children than he can reasonably Hope to support. For however great May be the increase in the food supplies a country the growth population will soon again outpace them if parentage is without foresight and the birth rate backward coun tries continues to multiply. Side by Side with the Aid that science can give in the product i Tion food and. Against disease Here must be Mora land religious education both in the responsibilities and the restraint Parent lightning starts fires Medford ore., w wore than 40 Forest them found in this area today in the Wake a lightning storm that accompanied1 torrential Rains last night. By mid i Day Many were controlled. Really Money Wei tarted online out at the Rose City cafeteria Aren t we dear i 5 added to staff at state University Morgantown sept. I five appointments to the staff West Virginia University were named today by the office pres. St. Albans woman Breaks wrist in fall i mrs. Sybil e. D Ambrosi 33, Irvin Stewart Riverview a. St. Albans re appointed were pc lived a fractured wrist yester miss Betty Ruth Phillips da5 when. She Pittsburgh speech instructor Tel while coming Down the a St. Albans Church. She emergency treatment i two 135 Summers pm h. To p. M. 211 w. Washington open m hours Struc Tor mrs. Genevieve Young _ Clay Clay county 4-h club agent. If a boy in Al Salvador wants and miss Mary june Edwards to serenade his girl Friend in tra Middlebourne Marshall county Idit ional Spanish fashion must demonstration agent. First pay for a permit. Supoj Jet pits go farther last longer look better. Arter paint Glass co. Paint us hah 2-Tltt grosgrain Corduroy coat a style scoring favorite everywhere and predicted to be 53 s most popular jacket this exclusive tailored grosgrain velvet soft Corduroy is slated for distinction every Campus this fall. Be sure to see it in the new colors Char Brown Grey Blue also Tan Maroon Green rust and Lampblack. Sizes 36 to 46, regulars shorts and Longs giant sizes 48 to 52, regular Only.22.95 Cotton flannel shirts in smart new minute checks plaids and tatter squares. Soft Colo fast Quality that washes and wears with never a worry. Get a set for class and Cam pus. Colors red Blue Green Tan. Sizes so my l. 3.95 drizzle suede zip Blouse 1 action styled the Fine Mcgregor Way from soft genuine suede leather that s specially treated to resist stains and rain spots. Elastic knit Wool Collar and cuffs full Rayon lining Quick zip Fastener. Choice 5 wonderful colors Navy Copper Green Tan and natural. Sizes 36 to 46, regulars Only. Ii foot Eft sizes m to us All Wool flannel Slacks Are a must and we have them in charcoal Grey and Brown also Cambridge Grey and Silver Grey. Tailored with deep Pleat continuous Waistband. Sizes 29 to 42, regulars and 16.95 new British round deep tone sport shirts with Short spread Button Down col Lars. Tailored from a wonderfully smooth acetate and Rayon fabric that launders like a dream. Dark Char Coal and Navy. Sizes so my l. S. Mcgregor drizzle jacket Light action free ifs the kind jacket you la slip and Wear everywhere. Tailored exclusive drizzle cloth that s wind and water repellent Wash Able too. Has hip Hugger Waist English Tab Collar Roomy weather proof pockets. Colon charcoal Navy Brown Green wine Blue Tan Grey. Sizes 36 to 46. 10.95 tax foot 11.m want Mph us listen to Ernie Saundri Mankind Roll s Loftt he All wiry weekday night at

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