The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 22, 1951 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 22, 1951
Page 11
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PAGE TWELYH /Vt/G Captured in Daring Steal Aids U.S. Air Force Research BLYTORYTLLE (AM.) COUHTRR KTW9 WASHINGTON, Oct. 22. W) - +• Communist toldlerg anrt alrme fought for two days in a vain al tempt to keep Allied Naval force from capturing a downed MIO-1 fighter, now providing the Unite.. Slates with B«cret« of the Russian made jets. This was disclosed today In an of flclal account by the Defense DC parlment and Par East Nnva Forces of the capture of the MIC last July by a daring Naval sea air task force which went 100 mile into enemy tcrrllory to get thi plane from shallow water n e a Hamchon on the west coast o Jforth Korea. The Mia, snict the Defense De partment statement, "Is the plane that Is undergoing study at Wright Patterson Air Force Bnsc, Ohio.' It referred to the Soviet Jet ns i "nearly intact MIG-15." The Je engine, of paramount Interest to Allied air Intelligence experts ant aero eiigine designers, ''was covered with mud but Intact," the Department snld. An Air Force spokesman, in nn Independent comment after the Defense Department announcement was issued, said "the MIG-15 parts are still tinder study." The plane has not been reassembled, hft sold but "tor security reasons" the Air Force could not say what will be done with It. The official Defense Department account of the salvage operation, desiirnated ns "Operation MIO Swipe," said that: It was under the general direction of Rear Admiral A. K. Scott- Moncrleff of the British Navy. Pilots from the British carrier Glory located the downed plane nnd photographed its position on July 11. Then a U. 8. Navy helicopter, flying from the British carrier's flight deck, marked the position with buoys. Tile MIG was in shoal water through which only shallow-draft craft could operate through winding channels and heavy ctirrcnt. A U. S. Navy landing ship dry- ttocJc (a jfilf-propeHed drydock) carrying a 120-foot utility landing ship with a crane reached the scene. Personnel In the whole operation Included British snd U. H. Navy and Air arm personnel, Republic of South Korea Navy men, U. S. Army and Air Force experts. Selvage operation started o n July 20. While the mnln part* of the MIG were being fished out nnd brought aboard the salvage craft, a party wn t sent ashore to pick up scattered pieces of wreckage. Enemy mtwhlnegun fire opened up. Marine fliers from the American carrier Sicily made two swings over the shoreline, rocketing and strafing the enemy positions until they drove the Communist* bock Into nearby hills' Tha enemy heavy artillery opened up in an attempt to drive the salvage party away, but "was silenced." the account said. It noted that In addition to continuous cover by carrier planes the operation provided support by Ihe main batteriet of two British warships, the cardigan Bay and Kenya. On the afternoon of July 21, •when the operation was almost completed, the Sicily warned that a flight of 32 MIO's was henrted for the salvage area. Four Marine planes took off from the Sicily and lured the approaching enemy jets away as the salvage fleet slipped off Into the cover of a log bank. The utility landing craft, with the damaged MIO aboard, moved Into the well-deck of the big dry- dock Ehlp, Ihe dock was pumped out and the whole fleet hustled off with the prizs package of intelligence. Lethargia Trip Days Sailing on ORLEANS, Oct. ». (/?')— The four erewmemheis o! the raft "Lethargia" enjoyed the luxury of Fnc/s Aiter 99 Three Rivers hot food anil modern plumbing today after V) days of roughing It down three rivers. The rafters, two men and two women, all single, ended their 1,800- mile trin at 3:30 p.m. yesterday after floating down the Allegheny Ohio nnd Mississippi Rivers from New Kensington, Pa. The glrk, Mary Ellin McCrady, 24-year-old sociology graduate from Ann Arbor, Mich., and Geraldlne Garcia, 24. a Boston commercial artist, were met by their mothers when the crude 12 by 34 raft pulled up at the foot of Canal Street. The foursome, suntanned and frazzled, were met by the press and about 200 onlookers but were over- locked by New Orleans officialdom. On shore the mothers met for the first time Don Brown, 24 of Detroit and Milton Borden 30' o! New Bedford, Mass., the men on the crew. Mrs. James Domingos, widowed mother of Mary Ellin who works in MOtfEAT, OCTOBER tf, M0| OFF TO A GOOD START-Prcsklcnt Truman accepts, from the American Bible Society til* first major book gift for the projected Harry S. Truman library at Grandview Mo The Eift con sists of every translation of Ihe Scriptures made by the society since its formaUon in fsiB and now ,„ p™,l. p,,e hundred and twenty languages are repressed In he 2« volumes Line ol IBM-colored volumes m rear is one Bible-a Hrailie edition for the blind. Making Tl"'prc«nla- Hon are Dr. Gilbert Darlington, left, publisher-treasurer, and Rev. James V. Claypoo) nroraotion secretary of the society. ' H'AKNTXC. ORT>KH In the Chancery Court, Chtrlca- sawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. James A. Konco, Ptf. vs - No. 1185't Elizabeth Konco, Dft. The defendant, Elizabeth Konrti, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of Hie plaintiff, Jnmcs A. Konco. Dated this 18 dny of October. 1051. Harvey Morris. Clerk By Anita Sykes. D. C. Csltldc W. 0-npcr. adv. for ptf Eel B. Cook, any. ad H !(im . IO'22-^H 11 5-12 SHOES DYED and CLEANED Last A10C Man fold to Leave Resident Manager Of Oil Plant Given Orders, Report Says TEHRAN. Iran, Oct. 22. MP> _ rnn, It was learned rclinWy today as askcil the last remaining Brlt- h oil representative in Tehran to :nrt negotiating coiniiciundon for 10 nationalized Anglo-Iranian oil ompnny or net out of Iran A finance ministry official re- nrtcdly handed the request yester- ny to Richard Seddon, resident lanagcr of the AIOC. Scddon was told last week not to ome to his otfjce nml there have een hint* hi the Tehran press that is ncrmit to stny here would be fted. Meanwhile Iran handed a pro . est note to the British embassy esterdny accusing Britain of a ivar- ke net In confiscating a shipment jf sugar en roulc to Iran. It was the third such note In the past week protesting against Britain's ban Sept. 9 on export of scarce goods to Iran. The ban was nn outgrowth of the oil dispute. The Inmiiut government said in the latest note Dint, it would claim compensation for any loss caused by tins confiscation. The note marked a further deterioration in relations between the two countries and nppcnml to lessen chances of any Immediate resumption of oil talks. The National CJcogrnphic Society, say* there are nearly 100,000 movie theaters in the worlrt. CULLISON STUDIO Now Located at 100 W. WALNUT Kor Appointments Plione -Mfl? or G7;J6 Studio Hours S a.m.-7 p.m. rftKB I'AKKING Royal Couple Seeks 3 Days Needed Rest VICTORIA, D.C.. Del. 22. (API — Another round of official Inspections, followed by llircc days of welcome rest, were on the schedule to- dny for Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip. The royal couple, nearitiK the halfway mark of their cross-Can- ndn junket, arrived here from Vancouver yesterday aboard the Canadian Destroyer Crusader. Today's round of activities included a reception at the city hall a meeting with members of the provincial ICEislature and their wives, nnd with chiefs of various Indian bands, a tour of the Esciulinnult dockyard and a visit to the Royal Roads Armed Services Academy. At 6 p.m., the royal party heads (or Eagle Crest Lodge, 125 miles north of here, for three days of un- dislurbed rest. Staid Victoria abandoned Its traditional rc-'crve yesterday to welcome the Princess nnd the Duke aims boomed salutes as the destroyer sailed Into the haibor. A crowd of 15.0M Jammed the waterfront to cheer, the royal party as It debarked. The destroyers officers said the Prince, a Ijiciitennnt-Commandcr in the Ho.ral Navy, spent several hours Inspecting the Crusader during the voyage here from Vancouver. Cardinal Spellman Asks Prayers for Youth Behind Iron Curtain NEW YORK, Oct. 22. (IP,— Francis Cardinal Spellman urges 6000- OCO Catholic Youth Organization members to offer dally prayers this week for youth behind the Iron : Curtain. The Cardinal, speaking yesterday over the Columbia Broadcasting System network, also called on his listeners to use "faith as force" against domestic Communists. Hi.s remarks launched Catholic Youth Organization week. Colorado, seventh In size among states of the Union. Is about as large as New York state. 12 times ns huge as Massachusetts. Boy Dies, Pal Injured Doing Trick with Rope I.ARCHMONT. N.Y.. Oct. 32. (/P; —Two six-year-old boys tied a rape n round tlieir waists and pulled It taut between them yesterday ns they stood on opposite sides of the street. A car cnme along snd hit Hie rcpe. The children were thrown to the pavement. John H. Edwards Jr.. was killed. His friend, Shahin Akhavi. suffered a fractured skull. Air Rescue Squadron Flew 3,000 from Korea TOKYO. Oct. 22. MV-The U. S. Third Air Rc-scili! Squadron has flown 3.000 United Nations fighting men from Die Korean War front. More than 780 were picked up behind enemy lines. Others were critically wounded soldiers airlifted for quick medical Attention that In many cases meant the difference between life nnd death. CONTACT — The Right People for That Job Ads placed before 9 a.m. wilt appear same day. All classified advertising payable in advance. BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS WOtfCC 0* SALE if hereby given that (he undersiened a. Commissioner in Chancery, pursuant to the Decretal Order of th« Chancery Court for the Chlckasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, rendered on ?f£, embcr M - 105] ' ln «<"'« No. 11763 whercln.D. p. Taylor, Trustee, ct al. were plaintiffs and Bill Reid Company of Arkansas, Inc et al were defendants, will offer lor sale at public auction to the highest and best bidder upon a credit of ihree months at the South door of the Courthouse In Blytbevjllc, Arkansas on the Jth day of November. 1651 between the hours of D:00 o'clock in the morning and 3:00 o'clock in the afternoon, the following described lands: Lot Number Fourteen (14) in Block Five (5) of the David Acre. Subdivision to the City of BJytheville, Arkansas. The purchaser, If other than plaintiff, will be retired to execute note 01- bond with good and approved surety on the date of the sale. Given under my hand and seal on this 15th day of October, 1951. Harvey Morris, nli it mil London, England, which completed its first subway in 1900, WM the first city in the world to hav* a subway. The French language ranks fk«» irl slang. the Department of Agriculture at Washington, said she had not objected to the unchaperoned junket •Mary Ellin is a very open and frank person," she said. "I've ncvej worried a minute about that, just their safety. I was so relieved when I heard two men were going. At first she wanted to make the trip with just girls." Looks Practically Brand New Yes, it's really wonderful to see what our expert dry cleaning cim do for your clothes Grease spots and stains, which make your clothes look old before (heir time are gently but efficiently removed. BLYTHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY & CLEANERS PHONE 4418 Only I 9 I days before expected tax increase! BUY NOW AND SAVE! Enjoy "Double-Rich" Cream of Kentucky at today's low, low prices! A lillle CJiK.AM S oe s a long way-Warn, il s ilouUf.ricll.Thiil's why Cream of KenluAy is always your best buy. Buy now-and save! Buy a boHlf — or buy a case BUT BUY TODAY! 4 $1.29 96^P«OOF. 70^ GRAIN NEjrjAl SPIRITS. 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Fact: Of all the Packard, built, in the last 52 years, ov« 50% * r . itiH in servicel Exclusive: Packard Thunderbolt Powsr: You get the peak efficiency of America's highest-compression eights— plu.s the sc-fvice-free simplicity of a Packard design with up to 2)% fater " KiC"Z -PACKARD ASK THS MAN WHO OWN* ONE. MOTOR SALES COMPANY 217 West Walnut Street, Blythcville, Ark.

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