The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 10, 1946 · Page 6
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; PAGE six BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1946 Scotland Yard Sleuths Seek Robber as Slayer of Women 25 Men Killed As B-17 Crashes Big Plane Plows ' Info Mountainside Near Holyokc, Mass. • THOLYbKE, Mass., July 10. (UP) ,'~ Rescue workers led by two 1&- y*tr-old snake hunters nt dawn today recovered the mangled bodies of 25 men, nearly all of them mem- •bcrs of the armed forces who were en'route home for discharge, from the wreckage of a converted B-17 which crushed into a mountainside here last night.. . The plane, groping through » rain storm for Westover Field, struck the 1,500-foot Mount Ton:. exploded and started a forest fire. P!«ne parts and bodies were thrown said It was pawned by a man who several hundred feet. The victims ; sn |<i, »i wnn( five pounds ($20) lor Included six Army men and I* (this." Navy men, as well ns five civilians. | Pollcc sa |,i , ( description o[ tlic The rescue workers gave' credit, „„„ | n ,i ie( i w | tn lllal 0( nn , m _ ind there were other cuts ami dcnllflcd hole) guest who went walking with Miss Marshall on the light of licr dentil. LONDON, July 10. (UP)—Dainty bits of women's clothing found near the partially-clad body of pretty Doreea Marshall at Bournemouth prompted Scotland Yard today to suspect that oilier girls may have been murdered in tile vicinity. Already swamped by more than a score of unsolved murders, harried agents of the Yard begun rechecking the records for reports of Slrls who have disappeared under mysterious circumstances clurlnir recent weeks. Police searched wooded areas near Bournemouth for additional chics. A fob \viiteh, which Miss Marshall wore pinned to her black evening dress the night she was killed, turned up yesterday in n Bournemouth pawnshop. The proprietor bruises on her body. Torn fingernails indicated that she fought her assailant. No weapon was found, but police believed a sharp knife or a razor was used by the murderer. Miss Marshall's black dress find her l«mon-c*lored svagger coat, were neatly folded over her body. Her handbag wns fount! n mile away, suggesting to police that she might have been carried to the lonely gully where the body was discovered. Police in Kent, meanwhile, still were searching [or the person who strangled 11-year-old sheila Marin with her own while hair rib- on after Attacking her. The ribbon vas tied In a "granny knot" round the child's neck. Her body was (ound In the. woods within sight of her cottage home. She apparently had been picking berries before she was killed. to the 15-year-old -boys, Robert Murray and William Quirk, for leading them to the scene. The hoys Vcrc familiar with the urea from shake-hunting expeditions. The plane was en route to Westover Field Iron] Goose Buy. Lat!- rador. i Patrolman Mark Sullivan, on duty at the Mount Tom amusement center, said he heard a imttflrft explosion which sounded like clif- tant thunder, and looked up in see the top of the peak in flamea. Two 15-year-old boys discovered two of the bodies In a gully 30" feet from the scene of the cra.w. The pilot and co-pilot were :oima strapped to their' sen to. The plane was slightly behind schedule as it groped through tnt low ceiling caused by the storm. -The pilot had been in radio contact with the field a short time before, but his radio was silent at the time of the crasn. -Police Lt. Michael Smith told ol- licials that he saw flames shooi- hig .from the plane as it circlca civcr the city, but Army official said the crew had reported no trouble. The craft exploded as it crashed, starting n forest fire, which wab ;hcjd in check by the rain. Rcscuu workers scrambled up the mountainside and found bodies of some df the victims lying inside the blazing fuselage. Others were scat- A postmortem examination showed she died of brutally-Inflicted wounds. Her throat was slashed Prison Terms Imposed for Tax Evasions Controls Urged In Peacetime Early Removal of Restrictions Hurt Small Businesses. WASHINGTON, July 10. (UP) — The House Small Business Committee said today that the con-., pctitive posiv.on of small business has been Injured by premature lifting of wartime controls. It called for n "more militant ami aggressive policy" on behalf of little enterprises by the federal government. Hi id other very scarce items," the report said, "the competitive position of small business us a croup Millers just us much as If them were a policy of deliberate discrimination ugalnst small business." The committee said that its war- Steele Teachers To Meet; School __ i j i Begins Monday I selves generally In a scramble where i rcTemlncT arfTnc d^rmullng '""'"»<=" « *c scho01 »° ard ™< In a report committee dech movnl of war c o the House, the etl that early r3- itrols by the Wai- Production Boai War Moblliv.atlo has helped Incr tlon of economic ness, "In the prcser.l scramble for steel and the Office of and Reconversion ise the concentra- [>ower iu uig busi- II held that in many important lines the public today does not enjoy the benefits of a truly competitive economy. Head Courier News Want Ads IT SURE IS A GRAND FEELING To know you cnn ^ct finality, fast net inn ntid economy in St. Joseph Aspti in. Fitul tint, for yourself toilny. Dctmnul Kl. Jiiso[th Aspirin, world'* lur^ost Keller at 1 ttc.You can wive oven inoroon I(JO tnl>- lut aizo fur U5e, uimost 3 tubtu-tu fur Ic. HunKo THE 2)ain COOKING FAT Ms Wonderful! In proper condition. Summer sessions are held so stu- Jcnts may be tree to hclu 0)1 farms ilnring the harvest season. l!adc < :!' mls t ,V.. BCl ' llle buildings | J- A . Krug, Secretary of the In- terlor. is t!:: ™lest man i n President Trumruio cabinet. He towers six feet four inches and weighs more than 250 pounds. Where Your Flowers Are—You Aral One call to us will arrange to have your remembrances sent, not just. once, but month after month. Ask about thia plan. T J^FLOWER SHOP *.ts>. Berrtoc w* DcHrcr tanrhm rh. «»1 Mr*. J. M. (MM) WttUM, Rothrock DRUGS Free Delivery Phone 451 tpre<i through the forest atop the mountain. One v bocly was \vedged two. trees and" Army workers wen: forced to cut down one of the trcco 16 free It. • Officials said it would be difficult to identify sonic of the badly burned bodies. Two bodies weir, severed and the limbs of one man were found hanging in a tree. Mount Tom is familiar to vacationers. The plane crashed nt the side of the old "mountain house," tei amusement center which was destroyed by fire about 25 years ayo. NEW YORK, July 10. (UP) — Henry Lustlg, sportsman and millionaire owner of the swank New York city Loii£champ.s restaurants, was sentenced today to serve tour years in Federal prison for cheating the Government out of $2,072.760 in income taxes. Lustlg, 55, also wns fined a total ol $115,000. He was sentenced to u four-year term on counts one to 22 in the indictment; nncl lo n two-year term on count 23 of the indictment . Judge Harold Kennedy said the prison terms would run concurrently, meaning tlmt Lustig's over, all sentence In prison would be four years. Judge Kennedy gave Lustlg his choice o[ Federal prisons In which lo serve his term. . Two of Lustig's co-defendants, between | w j 1o 5 t ocxi trial with him, also were sentenced to prison terms, but were not finer;. They were: E. Allen Lustig, his nephew, and secretary-treasurer of the Long- chnnips firm, three years on counts one to 22, and two years on count 23, both to run concurrently. Joseph Sobcl. chief accountant, two years imprisonment on counts ne to 23. Fire Hazards Discovered in Many Hotels •LITTLE aofcXj'." Ark., 'July .10.' (TIP)—Deputy state »Firc-Mnr.shal commissions " have' bien issued to members- of c14 inspection .teams surveying fire hazards of Arkansas hotels. , The announcement was made today by Jack McKcnzic, stale insurance commissioner, after (lie teams reported yesterday thai they had found one or more fire hazards in every hotel in Greater Little Rock. ;The commissions will give the Inspectors authority to order the corrections ttiey consider nccersary. Wiring defects, improper installa. tkm of heating devices and po*' housekeeping w ere the principal oc- flclencies detected in the Liui c Hock ! hotels. McKcnzie said. Hot Springs hotels will be Inspected next and then a statewide campaign will follow. The Arnvy does everything possible to entertain the soldier in Tiii off duty hours. Every Army post has recreational facilities of al types. . . t .414 Turkey production In the United States has nearly tripled in the ast 15 ycnrs. Four varieties of the bird are now produced to meet lemaiKl for a fowl under 15 )ounds, dressed weight. Read Courier News Want Ads. TO 10 AH 4 % Farm Loans "G.I." City Loans F.H.A. Loans Also: Conventional Loans 5-7 & 10 Years on Good Residence and Business Property. W. M. BURNS REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE COMPANY PHONE: 3361 I found the way to amazing :Nawwnunr...p£p... better fooksf . •A THiSC TWO STEPS may help you. So if you are subject to poor 'digestion or suspect deficient red-blood as the cause of your trouble, yet have no organic complication or focal infection, SSS Tonic may be just what you need. 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