The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 24, 1950 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 24, 1950
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MONDAY, APRIL 24, 1950 BLTTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FACE >TVB Army Reaches Crash Victims Graves Team Begins Identification of 35 Killed in Japan TOKYO. April 24. W>)—A 23-man graves registration team late today arrived at the wreckage of a U.S. .Air Force transport plane In which Xlb Americans were killed Friday slight on Mt. Hirugatake. They planned to Identify and bring down the bodies, probably tomorrow. The U.S. Army called for 130 Japanese to help. There were no survivors. The dead Included Frank E. Pickclle, 40. Chicago, chief of General MacArthur's foreign trade section, and Capt. John C, Jones, chief of'Staff of U.S. naval forces In the Philippines. Plowed Into Mountain The Douglas Skymaster (C-54) plowed into a massive .shoulder of the 4.800 foot 'mountain. 37 miles southwest of Tokyo, during a wind and rainstorm. It was eh route from Manila to Tachikawa Air Base near Tnkyo.. Wreckage wns strewn across a blackened bald spot on a shaggy slope just below the peak. One Army photographer returned without air pictures because, he said, "there was nothing to take." Only fragments could be seen spread across the gashed and churned earth. Tough beech trees were snapped off and ground up. The plane apparently exploded upon imnct and burned a wide expanse of forest. 3,500 Join Search More than 3,500 Americans and Japanese joined In the search. The crew of a Flying Fortress (B-ll) piloted by Lt. Harold R. McGahan Jftt Riverside, Calif., sighted the •flltjkage yesterday. It directed a nearby ground party to the scene. Seven American and Japanese newsmen, including Tom Lambert of the Associated Press, were turned back by security officers after hours of tortuous climbing. They were taken under escort to Eighth Army Headquarters in Yokohama. A lieutenant told newsmen he had orders to turn them back. Col. P. M. Echols, General MacArthur's public information officer, insisted no such order had been given. He said, however, Ma]. Mary D. Schureman, a courier from Clark Field, Philippines, was carrying classified documents. . Vomen Face Opposition KARACHI, Pakistan (AP)-Pbur hecloglan* have resigned from a ommittee of the constituent u- embly, claiming the appointment f a woman member 'was "uh-Is- anilc." The four contend that » r o- nen should hive nothing to do with drafting Pakistan's constltu- lon or administering the govern - nent. They also oppose granting 'the "FLYING CLASSROOM" TRAINS AIR FORCE NAVIGATORS—Air Fore* students «rrivin» late for classes in navigation may find, that the classroom has already taken off. This cutaway shows how the Air Force basr outfitted a Convair T-Z9 navigation 1 trainer as a flying schoolroom. Facilities for up to 14 students and instructors are provided. The plane carries oxygen sufficient lor six hours' flying at 20,000 ieti. -Each student has a table equipped with complete instrument panel and aids for all types of aerial navigation,. Penalty Sought for Lawyers Guilty of Contempt of Court The U.S. fish industry uses 6,000,- OOo tons of ice a year. COMFORTABLE PRIVACY is assured when glass block is used lor a bathroom window— «ven over the tub. Iiwului rlaEE SlMk, fisi-.iaiiur.g ~ partial vacuum, offers good insulation, prevents annoying: cold downdrafts. Being translucent, not transparent, it provides complete privacy with no sacrifice of daylight. Soapy water or steam won't impair glass block and a swipe of a damp cloth is all the cleaning necessary. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Monday & Tuesday "SQUARE DANCE JUBILEE" with Don Barry and Mary Beth Ilothfa SHOW STARTS 7:3» P.M. Monday "THE THREE MUSKETEERS" (IN TECHNICOLOR) with Lana Turner, Gene Kelly, Jane Alliswi WASHINGTON. April 24. (AP) — 4 Solicitor General Philip B. Perlman suggested today that disbarment or suspension from practice might be a fit penalty for lawyers found . guilty of contempt in the federal courts 1 Negro Sues Show For Snake Bite Tuesday 'FORBIDDEN STREET" DANA ANDREWS MAUREEN OHARA man is the No 2 man m the Jus- i bitten when he entered the carnl- tice Department. . V al's, reptile puV-upon invitation— He mentioned no names. How-! to demonstrate that the snakes were ever, his suggestion followed recent harmless,contempt citations against defense | The action was filed in General attorneys in the Harry Bridges case Sessions Court which cannot hear at San Francisco and in the trial ' claims ' of $500 6r more. ' Circuit of Communist Party leaders in New i Court was closed for the weekend. York City. Bridges Case ^Bridges was convicted of lying when he said he was never a Com- i nient. Bowers said the snakebite caused his arm to swell to twice normal size and required hospital treat- : rench Nun becomes Saint VATICAN CITY, April 24. (AP) —A French Nun famed for he: har liable works Is the newcx aint of the Roman Catholic Church. Marie Amiie de Rodat, wh' ounded the Religious Congregation >f the Sisters of the Sacred Fam ly in 1832 and devoted her life tc aring for the young and sick, was anonized yesterday by Pop* Pius XII in St. Peter's Basilica. Sixty thousand persons witnessed he colorful ceremony. Among' those ittendlng were members of the re- igious order, which has houses in france, Belgium, Spain, Br.izll, Syria, Egypt, Britain, Switzerland and Italy. The pope set the date for the celebration of her sainthood as Sept. 19—date of Marie Rodat's death in 1852 at the age of 65. munlst. The 11 party leaders were found guilt of conspiracy to advocate the forcible overthrow of the United States government. "We have been urging the pas- An attorney for Mr. and Mrs. Ed Young, owners of the carnival, quoted them as saying the snakes were non-poisonous and that Bowers jumped into the pit. voluntarily. sage of legislatoin," Perlman said, 1A , t _ ^. "authorizing the Supreme Court to "Omen 5 Viroup Starts adopt a code of ethics applicable to I MofC to Extend Staff lawers engaged in litigation in: all., of the federal courts. "But while that legislation pending, we have witnessed trials of criminal Office Terms to 4 Years ROCK, April 24. i — t —- to extend terms for cases m the federal, ansas" constitutional state officers courts In which lawers have been'f ronv two to four-years has-been punished with fines and sentences • launched by the American Associate imprisonment because of the tion of University women contemptuous manner; in which The association's Arkansas dlv- they conducted themselves. . ' ' Should Study Records "It may be that this association the records in all such cases, and take steps where no other association has acted to have those quilty of attempting to destroy respect for the courts either suspended or disbarred." He said the association--made up of attorneys either presently or formerly In government s e r v i c e— might also .examine another question: Whether a lawyer who refuses to answer, questions before' a congressional committee or a grand Jury on" grounds that he might incriminate himself "is a proper person to practice law." The solicitor general said he believes that the Federal Bar Association could well take a more vigorous role in the field of public controversy. ision is sponsoring petitions to put the proposal on the ballot In the November general election. If adopted, the act would become effective Jan. 1, 1953. ' , The governor, lieutenant governor. ' attorney general, secretary of state, • treasurer, auditor and land commissioner would-be elected for four year terms. The the governor .would be In- ligible to succeed himself but there'd be ho such prohibition against • the others. I^aat Times Today "EASY LIVING" Victor Mature, I.ncilk Ball Lizabeth Scott NEW Box Open* Week Days 1:M p.m. Matinee Saturday] & Snndayi Mat.-Snn. 1 p.m. Cant. Showtnt Mdnila, Ark. Monday "BRIMSTONE" with Rod Cameron and Adrian Booth . Also Shorts Tuesday "OUR RELATIONS" with Lairel and Hardy ' Abi Short* Girl Killed by Lions BADEN, Germany, April 24. (IP —Two lions escaped from a circus near here today and clawed a 20- year old German girl to death. Police said the victim, Elfriede Lauber, was walking near the circus ground in Buehlertal. The lions were captured a few hours later. Last Day » Open 7:00 ililll.HM.ia.MUlffi 'Tex Williams Musical' Color CHrfoon Tues.-Wed. • 2 Big Hits Van Johnson George Murphy in "BATTLEGROUND" Also Co-Hit Michael O'Shea in "PAROLE, INC." Coming Sun.-Mon. First Blytheville Showing ianchlse to women constitution. in the new logs were kept by his neighbor, larry • Summers, and their noise lad harmed the health ot himself and his wife. The Judge ordered Summers to pay 125 damages and court costs. Video Affects Students; Helps or Hurts Grades CHICAOO-(/p)—Do long sessions at the television set result tn lower marks for students? A yes-and-no answer comes from Phillip Lewis, assistant principal of South Shore High Scool. His survey included more than 500 youngsters who watch TV programs an average of 19 hours a week. The grades of Juniors dropped 19 per cent and sophomores eight and a half per cent, but the grades of seniors went up. Lewis found that television was helpful in such senior year subjects as history, civics, literature and drama. Record Proves Case LAICESTER, England <AP> —, Judge Geoflrcy Wrangham spent five minutes in.county court listening to a phonograph record of bark- Ing dogs. William Henry Dockerty said the BLYTHCVILLE'S ONLY" Last Day • 2 Big Kits Alan Ladd in "Chicago Deadline" "Argentine Night*" WATCH FOR THESE BIG HITS COMING SOON Bob Hope in "Sorrowful Jones" . Ronald Reagan in 'THE HASTY HEART" Robert' Milchum in "THE BIG STEAL" George Raft in 'Outpost in Morocco': Lizabeth Scott in Too Late for Tears" Paulette Goddard in 'ANNA LUCASTA" Errol Klynn Alexis Smith in ."MONTANA" Victor Mature Lucille Ball in "EASY LIVING" Richard Widmark Linda Darnell in "Slatterys Hurricane" Jennifer Jones John Garfield in "We Were Strangers" Virginia Mayo in "OUT OF THE BLUE" Randolph Scott in 'Doolins of Oklahoma' Ida Lupino Glenn Ford in 'LUST FOR GOLD" WE BUY AND SELL USED & NEW FURNITURE PHONE 2112 Who Caught Baby In Window Fall? NEW YORK, April 24. W-Who did catch that baby? Slio was cnugiu, aii right. A pair of strong male arms reached out and snatched Iwo-year-old Judith Meyer from the nir Saturday as she hurtled down fro ma fifth-story window. But did the arms belong to Alfred Foschlno or to Morris Diamond? Foschlno, who identified himself as a wounded ex-GI, said he made the catch, told police so. aiid later got two witnesses to back him up. Diamond, an ex-combal engineer imself, asked "what difference oes It make?" when queried. But fter a number of witnesses insisted e was the real hero, he admitted c had saved the child—after his •ife pushed him through a hedge o the rescue, The parents, William and Ruth deyer. who had emotionally thimk- d Foschtno, emotionally thanked Diamond. Police said tlmt since no one had rokcn any laws in saving the child —or claiming the credit—they clid- I't plan to change their original eport. Tills left Foschlno with the record Get Facts About Fistula-FREE New Hook—Explains Causes and Latest Treatment AHEMIA "KIOSTATIC SYMPIOMS Illustrated, authentic 40-page book on Fistula, Piles (Hemorrhoids) related ailments as shown In diagram anrt colon disorders Is yonn FJIBE. Send postcard to Thorntor & Minor Clinic, Suite 1012, 911 E Llnwood, Kansas City 3, Mo. Arkot 2-1 Cotton Seed Produced by University of Arkansas Experiment Stn. BREEDERS SEED Available to Arkansas Growers Extremely early in fruiting and matures quick. Harvest 65 to 80 per cent of crop at first picking. High gin turn out. Staple: 1-1/32 to 1-5/32 inches. Three-year average at Delta Substation 712 pounds lint per acre. Other production records in 1949: At Marianna—892 pounds per acre; At Hope—628 pounds per acre; In Craighead County—722 pounds per acre. Big boll. Predominately five-locked. Easy picked by hand or machine. Seed are of high germination. See Your Ginner or RAY F. PRICE 114 West Walnut Rlytheville, Ark. Phone 2271. . .Long Distance 13 on paper, and Diamond with most fans. Miller City, O., hljh :»ch6ol, wit* 84 students, had the only undefeated prep basketball team in th» <UU in 1950. . . '; Our Telephone 'Number 4438 Shelton Motor Co. SKYLINE DRIVE IN HIGHWAY 61 NORTH Lost Time Today GASOUNE — TRACTOR FUEL — KEROSENE FUEL Oil. — DIESEL FUEL OIL & GREASE G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. 2089—Phone—2089 Office: 1 If, W. 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