The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 17, 1949 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 17, 1949
Page 9
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FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1949 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURHni NEW! PAGE NINE Bodies of Crash Victims Found Plane's Wreckage Discovered in Ouachita Mountains DIERKS. Aik., June 17. M'I—The bodies of two Texaiis and their . wrecked plane were found in an Jj^a]most-inacce.s£ible valley of the Oii!ichttn nKHintain ran^e in Southwest Arkansas late yesterday. An effort to remove the bodies was postponed, until today. The two were T. C. Elkins, owner of the Elko Products Company Stephenville. Tex., and his nephew Bnd pilot, Ben Ferguson, also of Stephenville. They had been missing since Ma> 29 when they took off at Hoi Springs, Ark,, in unfavorabli weather to return to Texas. State Police Sgt. M. A. Mosie: said apparently it would be neces sary to hack a trail through the wooded country to carry the bodie. to a road. The wreckage was discovered b: Leon Garrison and Audrey S«r mons. who live In the vicinity. Apparently they will share a SI. 000 reward which members of El kins' family had offered. Heard Plane Sheriff Arthur Hicks of Howar County said Charles Tyler, a!sc resident of the vicinity, recalle having heard a plane over the are about the time the Texans 1 era disappeared. After talking with T> ler yesterday. Hicks asked Oarrr son and Sermons to make a searc on horseback. Darkness had set in belore tl bodies could be removed yesterda The area was roped off and guard were posted overnight. ^ Mosier said the plane apparent F first struck a tree some 200 van from where it landed in a va!I> known locally as "Suck Oap." Th valley Is between two mountain on* described « some 2.000 feet height. One win? was sheared off whe the tree was struck; the other wh the plane landed. Elkins had been thrown out the plane. The body of Ferguson remained in the cockpit. 'Suck Gap" Is some !J miles north of Dierkit. It is about three miles from the small post office of Athens, Ark. HAL BOYLE'S COLUMN Return Visit to Fields of Battle Accents Work of Time's Hand . GET HOT, SON—A U. S. Air Force instructor, right, at the Fire b'ighling and Rescue School in Suniter, S. C., urges a student to gel in closer lo the fire deliberately set off for training purposes. Old fuselages are set ablaze so the airmen can practice combating real plane tirus. Methodists Okay Plan for Proposed Merger Man Gets Lite Term For Stabbing Woman FAYETEVILLE, Ark. June 17. BOSTON. Texas. June 17. (/P. VPl— Over consldernule opposition Clarence J. Haukiiis. 28. of Texai the North Arkansas Conference ofikana. Tex., has been sentenced i the Methodist Church has approved' life imprisonment for the fat resolution which may lead to itsi stabbing j>t Bonnie Jean Shelto consolidation with the Little Rock [in a Tc.xorkana hotel room la Conference. The resolution was adopted yesterday, 158 to 85. It authorizes ji joint committee of the two conferences to work out details. The plan is subject to final approval of both conferences. February. He wa.s convicted here yesterda The Bowie County trial jury lixi punishment. The slate had" aski the death penalty. NEW YORK. elcran: By Hal Bo.vlf letter to any Well, soldier. I made my trip into rcttes. beer or other items at re- The proposal previously had been i duced prices any more. approved tentatively Rock conference. by the Little Reduced Price Sales In Liquor Stores Out LITTLE ROCK. June 17. OP}— etail liquor stores can't sell ciga-' prohibits "inducement." About half of onr sheep and lambs come from the grazing lands of Texas. California, Wyoming, Montana, Colorado and Idaho. NOTICE Or SALE Notlcft is hereby given that the undersigned. Commissioner In Chancery, will, pursuant to the order of the Chancery Court of the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County. Arkansas, rendered on the 25th d»y of April, 1949. In » cause therein pending, wherein Universal C. I. T. Credit Company Is plaintiff and Mrs. H. E. "Maude" Toliver. et «1 are defendants, on the 27th day of June, 1949, offer for sale at public auction at the east door of the County Court House in Jlytheville 10 the highest and best bidder the following personal property to wlti One 1947 Chrysler 8 Cylinder New Yorker Sedan, motor No. C3925493, license 243-B22. Said sale will be held between the hours of i o'clock in the forenoon and 3 o'clock in the afternoon ol the date aforesaid, upon a credit of three months. The puichaser at said sale will be required to give bond, with approved security, to secure the payment of the purchase price, and a lien will be retained on said property to further aecuri such purchase money. Witness my hand this 25th day of May, 1949. Harvey Morris. Commissioner in Chancery. Aphrodite, goddess of love, is be lieved to have been adopted b: Greece from a Semitic cult. FOR SALE Concrete Culvert Tile Co»U j«a I«MI yet lasts longer than mnj other bridge material Siren 1«-12-t»-lB-2I-24-Z7-JO-3€ Inches. CONCRETE SEWER TILE Sizes 4-fi-8 Inches CONCRETE SEPTIC TANKS Foundation Blocks • Best Prices • We Deliver A. H. WEBB Hiway 61 at Slate Line Phone 714 Revenue Commissioner Dcnn Mor- Icy yesterday issued a new regulation thnt "no items may be sold In liquor stores below the price established by the dominant group of stores in their areas." He -said the regulation was in line with the 194U Fair Trades Act, which lemory. I wont to see the fox- olos of Europe that 1 rcmeni- eicd. And If yon plnn to revisit the •[Utleflelds that still disturb your reams, maybe T can give you a lip i two to help you on the way. The main tiling, 1 would say. sol- licr. is don't go back nlone if yon nn help it. You'll find it quite a hock to see how much the earth ins swallowed your war. I don't know just how to put Into words the felling you gel when you painful. enrn that the foxholes you re- nember so well don't remember you it alt now no more Hum a hotel bed recalls ils lost guest. Bui It is mixed feeling—a kind of resentment at life and death and change, ind an utter loneliness and desola- ton of spirit. That is why it is bolter )ack with someone who can share :hat feeling—a buddy or a group ol inuiclics. Together you can beHei forgive the soil that once gave you shelter and now has forgotten you altogether. [ know. 1 \vetit back with a group of 47 war correspondents on a lour sponsored by the Ami?rit:nn Overseas Airlines. And we were grateful afterward that we'd hart each other's company when memory kicked us all in the face. Whether you should take your •/::fe along, soldier. 1 couldn't say. H she's the right kind of wife, why sure—okay. But there is also the other kind who jaws: "You call this a battlefield? I'd rather sne thai blonde ruin I hear you shacked with in Belgium. 1 ' * This type of wife it would be better to jettison in Paris. Let hei go shopping while you go on to plumb the past by yourself. Probably you will want (o cal! and the location ol the grave you want to visit, and get permission. The reason for this ts the U, S. leimanent military cemeteries overseas are still in process of comple- :ion, and some of the soldier dead ate being returned home. Under such circumstances the A. G. R. C. doesn't want tiny mere curioxitj seekers around. By next year the cemeteries wiil iw* in final shape— landscaped and lovely. Looking back over this letter, soldier, I wonder if I have given you the impression that it isn't worthwhile to make this trip Into memory at all because it will be to Marriage Licenses The following couple obtained * marriage license it the office ot Miss Elizabeth B!ylh«, county clerk, •esterday: James Bryant Blair, Jr.. of Roseand to Miss Frank!* Ann Farrow I oseeola, ir I did, L didn'i mean lo. H Is very much worthwhile. JI is painful but one pain sometimes u 111 ice Us oul another. Too many men who fought the war have secretly hugged it loo lone In Ihel hearts and minds now. They hav< made van a terrible sweetheart, ; [Distress who taught them much gave them' little, and took thci youth. But nothing cures nn old romanci Ike seeing the old sweetheart agaii yenis after And lhat is why it i good lo go back, soldier. It'll pu the war in proper perspective. It'll teat I) you how unimportiin you or any other man is. Tha hurls. But it also will teach yo tow unimportant any one battle field should be in your li(e. wrh.c Is a thread that links many battle fields—more In peace thnn In war. buried friend, or of a friend, and bring the frienr him home ADMIRAL Fully 20 lo 25 meteorites are sent to the Smithsonian Institution each mnrit 1 - Tor identification, but few prove to be genuine. SlflR or cinders most commonly are mistaken lor meteorites. Read Conner News Want Ads. Continued from p»ge • am. I" tills Interval, no new aide' negotiations with foreign countries could be made. Existing igreemenls previously negotiated would of course remain in effect. BifsintM WraiiKki Over I TO Practically all hope of getting the now Internalionnl Trade Orgutil/-a- i lion charter approved at this ses- I sion of Congress has now been abiiu- | (timed. That will give ITO opponents nnd proponents more lime In which lo organize their farces. Business groups fire sharply divided on the Is.sue nnrl Hie flfcht in Congress will really be between these conflicting interests. UuPonl, General Motors Export and other big fit ins lire against the charter drafted at Havana last year. National Association of Manufacturers. National Foreign Trade Council and similar trade association groups are against it, National Council of American Importers, Committee for Economic Development and others nre for it. House Foreign Affairs Committee hearings, scheduled for last month, had lo be postponed. LXHIK hearings In which both sides will lay down heavy barrages arc hi prospect eventually, DenfeId's Term Nearly Up Adm. Louis E. Dcnfeld's two-year term as Chief of Naval Operations expires Dec. 15. He Is eligible for retirement, but could be rcappoinL- ed in view ol the fact thnt Generals Omar Bradley and Hoyt Vanden berg hold fout 1 -yeai- terms as Army and Air Force chiefs of staff If Admiral Denfeld doe* not retire and It not reuppolnted CNO, about the only post h* could accept in the Navy would be some separate command like superintendent of the Naval Academy aL Annapolis, There are four leading prospects to sue- ceed Admiral Denfeld in Washington. They are: Adm. W. H. P. Blaii- dy, now commander of the Atlantic fleet; Adm. Richard L. ConolLy. commander of the Eurojwan and Mediterranean fleet; Vice-Adm. F. P. Sherman, deputy chief of naval operations, and Vice-Adm. A. W. Hadford, vice-chief of naval operations. 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BROOKS Music Store 107 E. Main Tel. 811 Pickard's Gro and Market 1044 Chickosawbo SWIFTS PREMIUM BRANDED BEEF T&dit- We Specialize in Fancy Meat* and Groceriei We Defirer Phone 2043 Plenty of Parking Space MERCHANTS PLATE LUNCH Fr«*h Channel Catfish Fried Chicken Rout Pork Rna*t Reef Chicken * Dreulni Bleak * Gr.yj Three Special 60c Special GUARANTEED SERVICE ON • Refrigeralnrs Household — Commercial • Air Conditioning • Radios—Record Players * * * • Washers • (Jas Engines We Pick Up & Deliver ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., Inc. 1IMS-2M W Main Phone 2*71 HOT DOGS 15« iiA.MBi K<;KRS i»e CLUB STKAK, FR. FRIES »5c Choice T-Rone* it Sirloin* "Where Friends Meel and Eat" the NICKLE STAND Vickie Saliba, Prop. 103 W. Main A IT a 1 shoemaker aided by moderr equipment and finest material* bring* new life to worn footwear H-R LT€RS Qjq_'* / J *< swoc SHOI RECTAL DISEASES A SPECIALTY DRS. NIES & NIES (All l>«» K«t1 Cancer] Clinic 511 Main BlTthrrilk Ark Phorvt t»l\ SHEET METAL WORK OF ALL KINDS Custom work for gins, alfalfa mills, oil mills. Custom Shearing up lo I/1 inch thickness Frank Simmons Tin Shop. 117 Rotifh Broadway Phone 2S5I

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