The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 14, 1950 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 14, 1950
Page 2
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FACE TWO' BI/TTHEVILLE, (ARK.V COURIER 6 Escape Death In Plane Crash Radio' Signal Sent By Survivor* from Ethiopia Jungle ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia, June 14. (;•)—Six Americans, including one woman tmd a child, escaped death Sunday when Iheir plane crashed In the steaming lion-ln- Jfcsted Jungle near the Somalilnnd Border, according to weak radio £]gnal5 for help. Names of the passengers are unknown but a radio message from the downed plane yesterday said that all were alive. Rescue parties in high-powered cars are fighting their way slowly through the rainy, roadless Jungle In the wild lion and leopard country to try to reach them. Cnpt. Donald C. Oollns of Los Angeles, Ethiopian Airlines pilot, has dropped medicine and food at a spot where he believes he sighted plane wreckage. The plane was piloted by K. L. Korton who managed to get the radio working after the crash. The plane was a single-engined Norseman type chartered by. the Rogers Ray Company, an American firm which tran,sjx>rts tuppllu and personnel to (he camp of the Sinclair petroleum company In distant Ogaden desert. The plnae left Mogadiscio, Soma- llland, Sunday morning. Nothing was heard from it until faint garbled radio messages were picked up by the camp, which relayed them to Acidis Ababa, capital of this country, The plane went down about 3i miles northeast of Delet Uen, a town near the border. Capl. Victor Herrell of Winston Salem, N. C., operational manager for Ethiopian airlines, Immediately dispatched search planes. Every powered vehicle in tho Sinclair camp was dispatched toward the spot, There Is an airstrip at BeleL Urn. Ethiopian airlines has n pl?nc there to fly the survivors to Addis Ababa when they are brought out of the jungle. British Cut Meats LONDON, June 14. r/Pj—Britain's fresh meat ration will be reduced 12 per cent Sunday. Each person will be allowed to buy the equivalent of 18!4 cents worth weekly. The food ministry said drought had caused meat shipments from Argentina to fall. Wisconsin dairymen specialize In the sale of fluid milk, while their neighbors in Iowa and Minnesota sell butterfat. WILSON NEWS By Mrs. B. f. BoyJ*» Atlrnrli Aqu»l!c School Billy Charles Boy] en, B0 n of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Boyle.s, Is in Hot Springs where he is attending the American Red Cross National Aquatic School which Is tittng conducted at ARC Me on Jjake Hamilton. Ed fiell of Little Rock, a member of the national staff, Is conducting the school. Mr. Bell conducted a swimming school here, in the school pool In March. following the completion of his training, young Boyle* will return to Wilson where he will be swimming instructor. He was accompanied to Hot Springs by his parents flnd Miss Wanda Johnson of Kei- M*r. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wiley and children returned home Thursday from Lufkin, Texas, after visiting relatives there. They were accompanied home by Mrs. R. E. Wiley and daughter, Dixie Lee, who will visit relatives, here, and In Osceola, for the next two weeks. Fred James Porter Is visiting his grandmother, Mrs. Lola B. Porter, in Helena. Miss Merle Ryals. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J, E. Ryals, Is home with h«r family following her grid, nation from the Methodist Hoipltal School of Nursing. John Kills, son of Dr. ind Mrs N B. Ellis, who attended the University of Tenn., the past term U spending the summer vacation with hl.- parents. Misses Marianne and Nancy Grain, daughters of Mr. and Mrs J. E. Grain who attended \Vnrd- Belmonl in Nashllle, are home for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Dan VonKanel, Mr and Mrs. Clyde Massey and Fred Hawkins of Helena were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs, Asa Porter an family. Mr. Hawkins and Mr. Porter are brothers, Mrs. Maggie Boyle.s of Marked Tree and Dell is a. guest m the home of her son Buford Boyles »nd family. Charles Harnden. son of Mrs. Al ma Harnden who attended the Unl- ersity of Missouri at Columbia, li spending the summer vacation with his family. The Germans shipped tons ol Dutch bulbs and bulb soil to-Germany during (he war. apparently '•''""'""" I" "•!»• over the industry ... and a Practical Man, such as Doc/, Will Be Appreciative oi these practical gifts • Platform Rockers * • Watches • Radios * Television Sets USE WADE'S EASY TERMS . , . SMALL DOWN PAYMENT WADE Furniture Co. Trade With Wade & Save" 112W.Main 2021 W. Main SAFETY WEEK DON'T MISS BLYTHIVILLE'S BIG BICYCLE PARADE FRIDAY, JUNE 16 WITDNESDAY, JUNE 14, BICYCLE PARADE! FRIDAY, JUNE U PARADE Parade forms at 6th & Main Starts at 9:00 a.m. The Police Will Lead H frizes for the Best Peco rated & Oldest Bikes No Age Limit RACES At Walker Park Slate at 10:00 a.m. SPEED RACING !'I,ANK RIDING CYCLE GLIDING STUNT RIDING In Cos* of Rain ... Parade and Races Will Be Saturday MAKE YOUR ENTRY TODAY MANY WONDERFUL AWARDS & PRIZES SAFETY PARADE PRIZES 3RAND PRIZE PARADE - - 1st Place—Trophy 2nd Place—Trophy 1st Prize— 2nd Prire— 3rd Priie— 4th Prize—• Bicycle; Montgomery Ward Company Wilson glove and hall, or equal value; "Southern Anfo. Delta head light set; Goodyear Service Store Set 26" White side wall tires; Firestone Store 1LDEST BICYCLE- - - - 5 THEATRE PASSES FIELD EVENT PRIZES ftiirlinn ,, J I?** oyt Under 10 Girls 11-12 Plank Riding Girls Over 13 Plank Riding Boys 11-13 Plank Riding Boys Over 14 Plank Riding Boys Under 10 Plank Riding Girls 11-12 1-2 Mile Race Boys Under 14 Cycle Gliding Girls Over 13 1-4 Mile Race Boys 11-13 Stunt Riding Open to All lst Price — siren l Modern Home Economv Stor« ~ 2nd Prize — T Shirls "' Bl.vlheville "Y" ' 3rd Prize— Theater pass; Roxy, Gem, Mox & Starvue lst Prize — I)ella h <""n; R. F. Goodrich Store 2nd Prize-Tire- bell; Chist.m's Bike Shop 3rd Prize— Theater pass I st , Pti . ze — * :Un '" nldse & medal; Western Auo Star. , £S ft 3rd Prize— Theater pass J* 3rd Prize— Theater pass' H "™ Slore ««• 1 st . ^ize-W.SO & medal; Jim Brown's Store ?:? p"™-! 0088 lH>rn; MO(1Crn H ° me E «" 1 °'« 3rd Prize— Theater pass S( "-".SO* medal; Planters Hardware & SS 3rd Prize— Theater pass 2nd Prize—S2.50 3rd Prize—Theater pass 1st Prize—Speedometer; Hubhard Hardware 2nd Prize—3.50; Western Auto Store 3rd Prize—Theater pass 1st Prize—Delta head light & medal; Chisnm's 2nd Prize—Set mud flaps; Chisiim's Bike Shop 3rd Prize—Hag set, Modern Home Economy Store Sponsored and Conducted by: Blythevill. 'Y'; Merchants Division, Chamber of Commerce, Bicycle Institute of America/Courier News and Station KLCN. FILE YOUR ENTRIES AT THESE STORES: • MONTGOMERY WARD • GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE • JIM BROWN STORE • HUBBARD HARDWARE • WESTERN AUTO STORE • HOME ECONOMY STORE • SOUTHERN AUTO STORE • CHISUM'S BIKE SHOP • B. F. GOODRICH • PLANTERS HARDWARE • FIRESTONE STORE Entry Blank BLYTHEVILLE SAFETY BICYCLE PARADE AND RACES: I wish to participate in the Blythcville Safety Bicycle Parade & Races. I agree to abide by the rules. I will have my bicycle ready and at (he designated spot at 8:30 a.m., on the day of this event. I Wish to Participate in the Parade ( ) & Races ( ) ,Mj titmr. Is Address Phon« .... Ate .... School Do Vou Own a Bike .... Makrof Bike H OW i. ony | lave Vou Hj( , a?

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