Corsicana Daily Sun from Corsicana, Texas on April 20, 1951 · Page 3
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3 Die In Lubbock Airplane Crashes LUBBOCK, April 20.—UP)—Second Lt. James R. Bowers (ell to his death near here Thursday as he tried to ball out of a crippled training plane. Air Force rescue units found Bowers, a student Jllot at Vance Air Force Base, Enid, Okla., near his crashed plane about 20 miles north of here. His partially opened chute was still strapped to him. Ho died while being taken to a hospital In Plalnviow. It was the second fatal air accident yesterday near Lubbock. Bowers, a 1050 graduate of the U. S. Naval Academy who transferred to the Air Force, was on a training flight from Enid to Reese Air force base here. Shortly after the two planes took off for the return trip, Bowers reported engine trouble. He was Insctructed to climb to 6,000 feet and ball out. Reese officials said Bowers apparently jumped from about 300 feet altitude. His plane was headed back toward Lubbock. Earlier Thursday First Lieut. Donald O. Conklin of Lubbock and First-Lieut. Louis C. Gelbrich of Burns, Ore., died when their training plane crashed about 18 miles northwest of here. A farmer said he saw the plane crash after going Into a spin at about 1,000 to 1,500 feet. Sun Want Ads Bring Results.— Phone Your Want Ads to 163. RENT A CAR BY HOUR. DAY OR WEEK. Connor Car Co. Highway 15 ana 5tb AYB. PHONE 1312 Announcing . . . The Opening of the New Corsicana Sewing Center 121 North Beaton St ...See the Beautiful SEWMACHINE Everything you've wonted at *>» prk» yov can pay I • Distinctive cabinets honored by tht k FASHION ACADEMY as outstanding among all s*wlng machines. t Trouble-free mechanism that helps you •ailly transform fabrics into hlgh-styl. creations for your wardrobe, 'family andhonw. From $151.95 15 Months to P»y. SEWMACHINES FREE DOOR PRIZES > THE CORSICANA, (TEXAS) DAILY SUN, FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1951. MacARTHUR MOTORCADE ON PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE—Motorcycle policemen lead General MacArthur's motorcade up historic Pennsylvania avenue In Washington as he travels from the capltol (background) to the Washington monument grounds for a civic celebration. The general's car la behind the wedge of motorcycles. (AP Wirephoto). Two Injured At Blooming Grove Two Bloomlne Orove resident! er e Injured in an automobile collision j n that community Thursday at 8:45 p. m. Automobiles driven by Mrs. Frank Taylor, 51. and Dan Conner figured In the mishap, Jack Galnes, hlghwav patrolmen, reported following an Investigation. Mrs. Taylor suffered a hen\ leg and hand Injury and Walter Floyd, 22, a passenger In the Conner car, suffered a head Injury and fractured collarbone. Both were brought to the P. and S. Hospital here m a McCormlck ambulance following first aid treatment In Blooming Orove. Their conditions are not considered serious. Sun Want Ads Bring Results.— Phone Tour Want Ads to 163. THREE Pick Dp »nd Delivery Radio Repairing JONGS RADIO SERVICE Work Guaranteed. 212 S. Beaton St Phone Ml EXPERT WATCH REPAIRS Rhoads Jewelers 200 North BCBtoo 8t Commissioners Canvass School Trustee Voles Returns form the county-wide school trustee elections In Navarro county April 7 were canvassed by the Commissioners Court Thursday. Results were approved. The commissioners were unable to determine results from the trus tee election In the Finch district. Names of th e candidates weren't listed. Only the names of the five persons who voted were on the elec tlon judge's report. W. B. Payne of Pursley and O E. Moore of Frost were re-elected without opposition to the County Board of Education. Payne received 37 votes In his precinct No. 3, and Moore recelv ed 26 In Precinct 4, the district he represents on the county board Only votes from Ash Creek, Frost Dawson, and Purdon were reported in this election. Results of the various trustee elections were as follows: PETTY'S CHAPEL O. D. Gllliam and J. B. Towns ten votes each, two elected. UNION HIGH Arthur Murray. 4; Del Rowen, 8| Thomas Dyer, 8; J. W. Adams, 10 two elected. ASH CREEK Wednel Echols, 21; one elected. POWELL W. F. Ray, 6; W. A. McKinney 9; Wayne'Haynle, 8; two elected. RICE J. B. Bradley, 26; Arne Voltman 35; Alvln Jones, 3; one elected, HIGHLAND Jack White, 15; Hubert Crutchfield, 17; Wlllard Chummey, 37, two elected. MILDRED W. R. Bonner, 67; W. C. Montgomery, 31; George L. Robertson 43; two elected. EMHOCSB Fate Brown, 13; A. C. Gray 12; Charlie Watkins, 6; Mr. Thomas 2; Walton Thomas, 2; two elected. BOANE L. E. Knotts, 10; Tom Moore, 5; Chester (Bully) Goodman, 6; Jim Parker, 10; R. T. Montfort, 1; three elected. FROST Leroy Downey, 22; Chester Strain 22; two elected. CHATFIELD Wayne Burkhalter, 23; W. F. Burkhalter, 8; one elected. All commissioners were present at the meeting, which opened at 2 p. m. Commissioner Fred Copeland presided in • the absence of County Judge Joe D. 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Fortify your summer wardrobe with these terrific bargains. Spring Coats: Were 29.50, now 22.75 Were 35.00, now 25.75 Were 39.50, now 29.75 Were 49.50, now 34.75 Were 59.50, now 39.75 Were 69.50, now 49.75 \ Spring Suits: Were 39.50, now 24.75 Were 49.50, now 29.75 Were 59.50, now 35.75 Were 69.50, now 39.75 Were 79.50, now 49.75 Were 98.50, now 59.75 Spring Dresses: Were 8.95, now . . 4.48 Were 10.95, now. .5.48 Were 14.95, now 7.48 Were 19.95, now. .9.98 Were 29.50, now 14.75 Were 39.50, now 19.75 Were 49.50, now 24.75 ^ Spring Hats: Were 5.95, now . . 2.98 Were 7.50, now 3.75 Were 10.00, now 5.00 Were 12.50, now. .6.25 Were 15.00, now 7.50 Were 20.00, now 10.00 J.M.Dyer Co, Handmacher Weathervanes summarized co/ors - - Year-round weathervanes, in the famous rayon suiting Celanese makes for Handmacher now arriving ir. spray green, beige or grey tweed; minichecks in mimosa yellow or brown; solids in aqua* mimosa, skipper blue, navy, deep coffee. Sizes 9 to 15 and 10 to 20. 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