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Decatur Daily (Newspaper) - September 7, 1953, Decatur, AlabamaPage two the Decatur daily. Monday. September 7. 19m Coon on log protests fail Montgomery m a despite vigorous protests. Humane society officials have no Assurance that a Coon on a log contests wont be held today As scheduled in two Alabama counties. Mayor James w. Morgan of Birmingham notified the Montgomery chapter of the humane society that he has no authority to Stop a contest scheduled by the Alabama Coon Hunters association at a Trussville Lake. Explaining that the event would be held outside the City limits mayor Morgan said he regretted it would not be within his jurisdiction to Stop it. The Montgomery humane society chapter said yesterday that no answer had been received from a request asking the mayor of Mobile to prevent another Coon on a log match sponsored by the deep South Hunting club Anniston mayor e. C. Lloyd wired the society saturday that he had been unable to get any information on another contest re operation Piggy Back a truck trailers loaded with freight Are mounted and secured on Railroad Portelly scheduled near there for Flatcar in Bronx. N. Y., Yards of the new York new Haven and Hartford Railroad for shipment to new today. He assured officials he England Points. The line top Railroad truck trailer Carrier hauled 34,620 trailers last year would investigate and Stop it if pos a a u. S. May see British a tests London the daily mail said today that Britain May let . Experts see the British atomic tests to be held next month in Australia. The mail a staunch supporter of prime minister Churchill a government said the move would end the Wall of secrecy that ban Exchange of atomic secrets Between Britain and Australia and their american ally. The . Atomic Energy act forbids revelation of american atom secrets to other countries. . Observers were not invited to attend the first British atomic test last year on the Montebello islands off the australian coast. The mail asserted a Britain s Advance in atomic warfare development has been so spectacular in the past few Yean that we can now Tell America More than she can Tell labor sible. C. P. Campbell owner of the Trussville Lake where the Jefferson county contest is scheduled said yesterday three contests had been held there already this year a and i have never known of a dog killing a Coon or even tearing it up he said the Coons at his Lake Are revealing bids charged to Man Washington us a Man who., served As executive Secretary of not chained and Are free to jump president Eisenhower a inaugural m the water. A Man in a boat committee was said yesterday to keeps them on the log. Have sought a �?o4 per Center Job the Montgomery chapter sent by quoting secret information about telegrams of protest to the mayors of Birmingham Anniston and Mobile asking them to prevent Coon a Navy contract the Story was unfolded reliable on. Log contests scheduled during labor Day. They condemned the sport As physically and mentally cruel and cited a state Law which forbids anyone to a override torture cruelly kill an animal. Or deaths f continued from Page 1 two fatal traffic accidents were reported saturday. The victims were identified As James Thornton 29, Guntersville and James h. Herren 17, route 2, Graham. Mrs. Frances Leona Neeley 66, was fatally burned saturday when her dress caught fire at her Home in the Hurricane Community Madison county. Relatives said she threw kerosene on trash she was burning in her Yard and was caught in the leaping flames. She ran about 100 feet into a Cotton Field and fell. Continued from Page 1 taken behind closed doors in june and july by a House armed serv ices subcommittee. These sources said Warren l. Stephenson the inaugural committee official had quoted bid figures and other classified information on a Navy contract for 120,000 Aerial rocket launchers while trying unsuccessfully to get a contract to represent a California firm in contract negotiations. Stephenson could not be reached for comment. His office Here said he was out of the City. A separate investigation was reported to be under Way in the Navy department to learn whether there is a a a leak of secret info hero s Welcome a Terry Miyamura rushes wit outstretched arms have gone backwards in american since labor Day a year ago and he declared a we think the 83rd Congress has failed to do the things that Are vital to the welfare of the american Carey said the new Republican regime had brought benefits Only to big business which he declared a reaped a multimillion Douay economic picture Bright Lloyd a. Mashburn undersecretary of labor said in a talk prepared for a California state fair audience at Sacramento that despite a few troubled industries the Over All economic picture is Bright and he added a the Economy is today operating at extremely High Levels and there is no indication that it is about to turn Down in the near future. This healthy economic situation can give workers cause for Celebration on this their president David j. Mcdonald of the Cio United steelworkers in a statement issued at Pittsburgh said that a never greater cooperation Between labor and Industry to improve living standards for All americans is taking place at the grass roots in More and More Mcdonald also called for tears flow at jail reunion mrs. Barbara Graham on trial with two men for the slaying of mrs. Mabel Monahan tearfully kisses the hand of her 19-month-old son Tommy who was brought to county jail in los angles .cal., for a visit with his Mother sept. 5. The trial will resume tuesday with Only rebuttal witnesses remaining to testify. A wire photo doctors begin Tokyo we maj. Gen. William f. Dean relaxed today in an army Hospital As doctors began a two week treatment of amoebic dysentery he contracted in three years As a captive of the reds. Dean who said he feels excellent told newsmen a medical checkup showed a a Trace of dysentery. Dean 54, attended his first religious service in More than three years yesterday. The medal of Honor Winner said he plans to return to South Korea on the invitation of president Syng Man Rhee but he did not say when. He indicated he would retire from the army shortly after his return to the . He explained he had promised his family head end his army career upon the completion of 30 years service. Meanwhile two South koreans were held in jail in Seoul on charges of leading Dean into communist hands after he was separated from his battered 24th division in july 1950. South korean officials said Han Doo Kyoo 40, Ana Choe Chong Bong 24, were arrested after i Deans Story of his capture meshed a of a til continued from Page 1 4 0 0 new Hampshire 2 0 0 new Jersey 3 11 new Mexico 3 0 0 mation. Reo. Hess a Ohio chairman of the a committee declined to comment on the investigation but it was Learned that a report probably will be made Public shortly. Stephenson was described As having sought a contract to represent Century industries inc., of Burbank Calif., for $2,000 a month or 4 per cent of any extra rocket a launcher business he obtained for the firm. He was quoted As having first denied and later acknowledged reciting the Navy information in a May 19 Telephone conversation with to Greet her hero husband sgt. Miroshe Miyamura of Gallup n. My a greater measure of labor Unity As congressional medal of Honor Winner and one of 367 repatriated an Aid to Powys landed in san Francisco cal., sept. 5. By transport Marine a adder. It was not announced that the Soldier was a medal Winner until he was released for fear the reds would take action against him. A wire photo new York 19 1 5 North Carolina officials of Century but As saying 10 4 0 Ohio 20 1 1 Oklahoma he did not know it was classified. 7 0 3 Oregon 9 11 Pennsylvania 8 2 9 Rhode Island 12 1 South Carolina 13 0 0 South Dakota 2 0 0 Tennessee 6 0 1 Texas 11 0 3 Utah 10 0 Vermont 3 0 1 Virginia 10 1 0 Washington 7 0 0 West Virginia 4 2 1 Wisconsin 8 15 Wyoming 5 0 1. Stephenson was said to have testified twice during nine Days of hearings held by the subcommittee. 18 injured in n. When bus hits tree in i., m i a i Chester . Inv a a chartered every Man to vote require bus crashed into a tree off route it is believed that All dogs Are descendants of the common Wolf the 800th anniversary of St. Bernard de Clairvaux 1953 had special significance in Dijon France where he was born. Amusements a today Princess a South sea woman Burt Lancaster Virginia Mayo 1 00, 3 05, 5 15, 7 20, 9 30. I Roxy a rogues March Lawford Richard Greene 1 00, i 2 45, 4 30, 6 15, 8 00, 9 37. Sunset sirocco Humphrey Bogart Marta Toren 7 00, 9 30. 17 just outside of Chester Early today injuring the Driver and 17 Young passengers. Police said 12 passengers were not Hurt the bus was one of four in a Convoy in route to new York City from a youth Camp at Hancock by. The passengers mostly Between 14 and 18 years of age were mainly from new York and Massachusetts. N five ambulances were called to the scene from neighbouring communities. State police used their neckties As tourniquets to halt shades of Don Quixote party promoter Elsa Maxwell gets a Wel bleeding in some of the injured coming kiss from her Host Marquis de Cuevas during a rehearsal for sprawled along the big shindig near Biarritz in Southern France. Miss Maxwell portrays police Are investigating to de the role of Sancho Panza Donkey Riding companion of Don Quixote in Peter Termine the cause of the Accident the Spanish classic. The chilean born Marquis de Cuevas will enter International set in an 18th Century theme party which will there Are More than 3,500 Cost an estimated $85,000. The 2.00 to 3.000 guests Range from rub species of cockroaches. J be necks to Royalty. A wire photo via radio from Paris. Truman gop aids business Slick lands explains name markets Detroit a to former president Harry s. Truman told a labor Day audience a there Are plenty of signs of a return to the old philosophy that the object of government is to help big Truman who frequently has taken the position since he left the White House that a wanted to a be charitable toward the new administration while it is getting its feet on the ground a said he did no to think the people voted last fall a for a change in the social and economic principles that have made us so Strong and but that is the kind of change we Are getting a he said in a pee pared address at a rally of Michi Cio and Al groups in Cadillac Square. He singled out the Adi Ginistra Tiona a policies on interest rates labor Public housing Power and the governments efforts to balance the budget by cutting National defense appropriations. Cites emergency saying he was a great believer in balanced budgets the former president said he kept the government budget balanced a until an emergency came along that was a lot More important than All the balanced budgets in the on labors own front he said its leaders have the responsibility of holding the gains that labor has made a a holding them against a spirit of reaction that is using the election results of last fall to get Back in the Saddle again. Travis air Force base Calif. Of a army Cpl. A a Slick today explained his nickname and Why some of his comrades in a North korean prisoner of War Camp dubbed him a a the thin Good looking 19-year-old Soldier talked to an air Force officer after refusing to talk to newsmen. He declined use of his name but he posed happily for photographers after arriving on a Hospital plane from Honolulu. The plane also carried 13 sick repatriated soldiers six of them litter patients. A a Slick became a Public figure when he told a chaplain in Korea after being repatriated that other released prisoners thought he had a a ratted on them and consequently were out to get him. Maj. Tom Barbour Travis Public information officer said the Soldier told him he got the nickname a Slick a not because of any dealing with the reds but because of a character in a pow Camp show. He did no to play the character nor did he disclose the nature of the part Decatur markets Cotton Inch middling 33.31c. Decatur loan 33.89c. Cottonseed $50.50 ton. Milk Grade a $6.20 per Hun dred manufactured milk $3.20 per Hundred four per cent milk direct ratio below 6c a Point above 4 per cent. No. 2 Oats new crop 79c. No 2 wheat new crop $1.80. Cattle steers 16.00-20.00 commercial and Utility cows 7 00-9.00. Calves Good to prime dealers 15.50-19.50. Hogs Choice 200-240 pounds 23.50. Adenauer continued from Page 1 miss America contest opens had 31 per cent. The socialists won 150 seats with 7,939,744 votes or 28.8 per cent appearance tour Worth $40j 00 and compared with 135 seats 6,934,975 a trophy. Atlantic City n. J., up fifty two Young women ready to vie with each other in looks and talents gather Here today for the annual miss America Beauty pageant. The pretty competitors will get together As a group for the first time tonight to rehearse for a big Parade tomorrow. The Competition starts wednesday with the finals saturday night. A $50,000 Jackpot will go to the new miss America. The prize includes a $5fd00 scholarship an automobile $2,500 in advertising endorsements a wardrobe a personal with a previous investigation the two. The officers said a third suspect Park Chong Kyoo was killed last year after joining red guerrilla forces. They said Han found Dean walking alone on a country Road and offered to help him but instead led the . General into red hands. They said Han and Choe received $5 in korean Money from the reds for the betrayal. The officers gave no explanation of the part played by Choe and Park. Russ continued from Page 1 votes and 29.2 per cent in 1949. The communists tallied 607,413 votes compared with 1,361,708 in 1949. With Only 2.2 per cent of the total they won no seats. Man Hurt in wreck Dies Athens Tenn. Aft a. Posey 45. Of Dalton ga., died in a hos. Pital yesterday of injuries resulting a a command said monday that was deliberately timed it does provide a plausible reason for reopening atomic control discussions. The korean armstice has a bearing on the disarmament Issue because virtually All delegates particularly those from Western countries have insisted that there could be no reduction of arms while the korean conflict continued. Reflected in report both these developments Are reflected in the Brief annual report of the u. N. Disarmament commission adopted aug. 20, eight Days after the soviet Union exploded its first a bomb. The u. N. Has been considering disarmament and atomic control since it began operating in 1946. These two questions Are now considered As a single problem by the disarmament commission. The russians in their latest plan Call for an immediate one third reduction of All armaments and armed forces and for prohibition of All atomic weapons. The Western Powers backed by an overwhelming majority of the 60 u. N. Members have advocated creation of an International authority to own and operate All atomic facilities from the mines to the plants actually producing atomic Energy. List continued from Page 1 san Francisco. With the Rast of the returning Allied Posen route Home the earthquake recorded Trieste free territory up a Trieste a geophysics Observatory today recorded a a very violent earthquake presumably in Northern Iran. The Observatory a instruments indicated that the quakers Center was about 1,700 Miles Southeast of Trieste. Ranch Hartselle return of the bad men Randolph Scott Anne Jeffreys 7 15, 9 30. Strand Hartselle a trouble a Long the Way. John we Ayne Donna Reed 7 00, 9 00. I Hatfield Athens never wave at a wac Rosalind Russell Marie Wilson 7 00, 8 42. Only 37 Days until cold weather a be prepared Complete line. Natural and butane heating equipment. 311 Lee St., Decatur Moni 2252 but he also told them they had a greater responsibility that of acting a not just As the representatives of a particular group but As Leaden in promoting the welfare and Progress of the whole a this Means a he said a that labor must act to keep the unions free of corruption and communism the Way George Meany Al president and Walter Reuther Cio president Are doing. It Means that the branches of labor ought to work together work in greater Unity for a common goal and i am glad to see that your leaders Are doing just wholesale grocers to meet in Mobile Mobile up the Alabama wholesale grocers association will bold its convention Here sept 20 and 21. Speakers will include Harold o. Smith jr., executive vice president of the United states wholesale grocers association Fred Taylor Birmingham news Capitol reporter Edward j. Kahalley Secretary of the Independent grocers association of Mobile and or. W. H. 71.?"�?� w Quot a f Quot a c�?ut7.7u. A up. I �32?, a a state d part Quot a 1 a a a a ,01 he 8,1,1 e Ltd a Munji a for repair Ian after j7 months imprisonment a Ril jt1 7 a a 25 of poured in july 1950 Asun Force were falling Back near Tae Jjon a was last seen firing on a communist tank. A wire photo via radio fro Al Salvador is about the size of Maryland. From an Auto Accident saturday Midnight in Meigs county Tennessee. Posey employee of the Dalton plumbing and heating co., was Riding alone when his car crashed into a Bridge abutment on Highway 58, South of Decatur Tenn. The body was taken to Dalton yesterday for funeral services. Chesapeake Bay is 195 Miles Long and at places 30 Miles wide. It will begin moving communist prisoners who refused repatriation into the demilitarized zone. The allies say they hold 7,800 North korean and 14,500 chinese pos who do not want to return to their communist homelands. The communists say they hold about 300 koreans and 20 non korean captive who refused repatriation. They have not announced when they would begin moving them to the Buffer zone. Three of continued from Page 1 Road Over three Miles East Athens. Edgemon said a 1948 Dodge driven by Flossie f. Shannon 30, of Louisville ky., ran a Stop sign and struck the Side of the Ford it driven by Sara c. Johnson 24, of Athens 2. Edgemon said All six passengers in the Ford were not injured when the car. Out of control flipped end Over end. Total damage was estimated at $750. Tornadoes helped raise the number of people killed in accidents which took five or More lives in the United states during the first half of 1953 to 1,100. Too late to classify most Brown horse mule weight 650 pounds bridle and piece of. Rope on leg. Notify Hardin hughei.4 phone 3382 j. Reward. Tokyo there Are few dangerous rocks in Chesapeake Bay. Discuss army Gridiron Campaign a army Blaik discusses schedule with capt out at Weet jul coach Earl 8 room upstairs apartment newly decorated private Bath and in trance electric heat $42.00 with water furnished. Located on 6th. Ave. W. Phone 227. Ses schedule with capt. Leroy Lunn right during work j wanted waitrese7g�hun<l Point n. A sept 4. Lunn a guard is from Spring Valley a bus station life to pin. Accepted. M 1

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