The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 18, 1950 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 18, 1950
Page 7
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TUESDAY, JULY 18, 1950 'BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 5 Americans Die in Indian Plane Crash 22 Are Killed In Himalayan Rainy Foothills NEW DELHI, India, July 18. MV- Twenty-two persons, Including five icans; were killed yesterday In crash of an Indian National Airways plane In the Himalayan foothills near Kashmir during a heavy rainstorm. Canadian Brig. H. H. Angle of Kelowna, B, C., chief of the United Nations military observers in Kashmir, was otie of the victims. U.S. Gen. Courtney Hodees, advisor to U. N. Kashmir mediator Sir Owen Nixon, was scheduled to make the flight but cancelled hts passage at the last minute. The cause of the crash has not been determined. The' DC-3, plane was missing for 12 hours before villagers found wreckage In a river bed near the town of Pathrcnkot. It was nn a non-stop flight from New Delhi to Srinagar, capital of Kashmir.. V. S. Casually List American killed were: Col. perry Brown, Garden City, Long Island, N. Y., an American 1 observer with the United Nations Commission for India and Pakistan (the Kashmir commission.^ Lt. Cdt, Robert E. Mayficlri. Oklahoma, also an American observer, recently transferred from Tokyo. Sanfbrd Major. Williston Park, Long Island, N. Y., a United Na- civilian communications of- Baltimore Nurse Susan Bruton. Baltimore. Md., a nurse and member of a World Health Organization (WHO) polio team. Elizabeth Bradfielrf. Tulsa. Okla.. & librarian at the United States Information Service library at Bom- bny. Others killed were Dr. Karl Per- «lra, charge d'affaires at the Austrian legation In New Delhi; K. Kachru. pne of Prime Minister Ja- waharlnl Nehru's private secretaries; Madame Julien Van Caloen de Basseghem, wife of the second secretary of the Belgian embassy; •three Indian army officers, six Indian civilian passengers ,anri the lour Indian crew members. 15-Miles by Foot Reports received here said that, with no roads between the scene of the crash and Palhankot. the bodies would have to be brought out by a 15-mile-long footpath. Col. E- M. Sutherland. U. S. military attache In New Delhi, planned to fly to Pathanlfot to supervise the removal of the bodies of the American army officers. Continued bad weather In the Kashmir border area so far had prevented departure for both American embassy and Indian Airways plane? for the" area. Capchart and Hlckcnlooper are civ- en the edge for re-election. The Illinois race between Lucas and Dirkscn U concocted as close. But Inert are no great new trends protested by war bride groups In ' n f political sentiment. Some In•--•-• dividuals—some newspaper editors San Jose and Stockton. Calif. The latter was prepared to leave fo>- abroad tomorrow. Mrs. Virginia I/>ngslieot, chairman of I he 20 Stockton brides, said she had appealed to Winston Churchill, Jimmy Roosevelt and her congressman, Leroy Johnson. "But it didn't get me no place," the London-voiced housewife said. "All the girls are heartbroken." She said Churchill's secretary told her it was not the British who were responsible, but "those Americans in Washington." Mrs. Longstrect said the British Cimard Line has arranged to take them across on the oeorgic which leaves New York Aug. 10. and some partisan politlcnl leaders —do believe that. Ihere Is a big shift of oplnlen since 1018. But you can walk around the block to the opposition newspaper, or to the opposition political headquarters In another hotel, and you can hear just the opposite. One offsets the other, inconclusively. Even such political opposltes Republican Sen. William E. Jenner of Indiana, encountered In Indianapolis; and Gov. Adlal E. Stevenson of Springfield, 111., say they see no new trends. A lather vigorous political action Ihuslnsm, however, for Wisconsin Sen. Joe McCarthy's crusade. Now, f, the Korean war has swept McCarthy rlRht out of the news. Huge, Dftrnse. Hlicigrt 1'opular The Marshall plan and the foreign military assistance programs are not great Issues In this eastern farm belt. While much crltlcsm of government spending and deficit financing in periods of prosperity wns encountered, nobody advocated culling down on the $1:1,000,000.000 national defense spending, which Is a third of the budget. That was fi.K—lielore Korea. Now, of course, everyone ngrecs (here is need for more defense. Tile lirannan plan Is not understood. The heads of the farm or- ganisations and Department, of Agriculture experts understand It and argue about it learnedly. Hut the Cerent, or at best. s\wlty /success. But where Iliesc programs «•><; /.lost active, there the Republican organ- izations were found to be most alert and most Interested in getting out the vote come November. ., i . ., „ , Chamber of Commerce is not gener- Most of the Orinoco river system , a i through the Hoosier State and In Venezuela is nav.gable. ha5 not spre;ld lo othcl . farm Mi The Sirlono Indians of Bolivia never wear clothes although they live in swampy forests swarming EDSON ilical would Continued from predictions consensus prnbabJy show that Tafl, cunpalgn by the Indiana Mann-, average farmer is for or BRniJist it facturer.V Assn., and the Indiana on prejudice or principal, or Pise he admits frankly that he doesn't know. Employers encountered in a d e murh of the fact ibal the Taft- states. Political independents criticize the Republicans for their lack of a program and admit the popularity with the mass of voters on many of the promises of flic \vellaic or Hanley act was a dead issue, and that, the rajik and file of organized labor didn't really object to 11. This hclti K<xxl until various employers handout stntc. | & There is widespread feeling that' "there must be .sons(.-thing wrong in the middle of current labor nc- In the State Department." This quotation is frequently followed by the statement, "Where there's .-in much smoke, there must lie fire." There was no great wave of cu- Kdtialions wore met up with. They all reported that union negotiators were very consciously making an issue of their opposition to the Tan-Hartley act. CIO Political Action Committee ami AFL l,nbor league for Political Education leaders admitted Imilf- HAVf YOU TASTED Yellowstone, the Kentucky liourbou with (he flavor unlike any other? It h;is a mellow, gentler flavor .,, rich hut not hc;ivy . . . superb in any drink. 1OO PROOF ftOTTLED IN BOND BY YELLOWSTONE, INC., LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY FLOWER GIRL—Shirley May France, the 17-year-old Somerset Mass.. schoolgirl who will soon make her second attempt to swim the English Channel, finds herself right at home among the lovely flowers that bloom on the chalk cliffs of Dover England. Shirlpy May. whose Channel swim Is sponsored by ME A Service, is training there, determined to become the youngest person ever to swim th« dangerous itretch ol water Airlines Quit 'Diaper Specials' Despite War Brides' Protest OAKLAND, qalif.. July 18. (/P) —Transocean Airlines say.v it is through with "diaper specials." Apparently war brides' appeals to Winston Churchill and Jimmy Roosevelt won't reverse the decision. A fransocean spokesman said today there will he no more junketing of war brides and their offspring to Europe because: 1. Tha Civil Aeronautics Bo&rd will not permit the specials to fly via Newfoundland because war brides aren't clussifiable as religions, educational or philanthropic enterprises. 2. It's too costly to reroute flights via Cuba and Cuban Airlines, as was done with five war bride planeloads. The decision was immediately New design—Speedier—Thriftier America's most beautiful Bectric Range! Pocked wftfc dl these NEW FUTURES NEW RwftantulM Un?H cook faster Ttion *vw and »*• )«» current. NfW boHl-hi F1u«r**c»Rt lomp light* •nlira cookmg top »v»nly. NfW higher back-panel on one-piece «cid-r«tilttn£ porcelain tap. NEW imartcr-looklng. ttyling by world-famous Raymond loewy. NEW 6-60 Time-Signal hot two ip**d< — on* for trop-wofch accuracy for measuring up to 6 minutei, another for up to 6O minutes. NEW iwitch knobi are easier to read — no need to stoop, bend or reach. NEW storage drawers move smoottv ly, quietly on triple Nylon roller*. Your Next Governor COME EARLY! BRING THE KIDDIES TO SEE THE BIG FREE CIR- CUS BEGINNING ATSEV- EN O'CLOCK^ SEE ROGER THE EDUCATED HORSE DO HIS TRICKS. SEE THE GREAT MAGICIAN and HIS SHOW. PLENTY OF GOOD MUSIC. ALL FREE. BEGINNING AT 7 O'CLOCK. NEW Radiantube Unit New Radiantube Units have been designed : for speedier, more economical cooking. • They're flatter and wider—so more heat- ;!ng surface comes in contact with utensils. |Tip up for easy cleaning. ,„,,.„ One glance and you'll know that here is America's most beautiful electric range. You'll be delighted with all its wonderful new features, its new, smarter lines. All surfaces inside and out are of Lifetime Porcelain—and there's the famous Cook-Master Oven Clock Control, triple duty Thermizer and many other Frigidaire features you should see. Adams Appliance Co., inc. J. W. ADAMS, Mgr. 206 W. Main . . . SA!,KS & SKRVICK . . . Phone 2071 Salesmen: George Ford, M. n. Hooper. Eric WhiHev Troy Myrick Dal* Curler (!\lijnil;i), Karl Hudson (l.carhvillc). Youngstow-n Kitchens, R.C.A. & Zenith Radios & Television, Maytae, Duo Therm. J s> — ANSWER SID M c MATH AT TOM LITTLE PARK IN THE HEART OF BLYTHEVILLE WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, '50 8 O'CLOCK P. M. All County Candidates Will Be Given Opportunity to Announce Candidacy All Arkansas Is For Laney! Big FREE Watermelon Feast Immediately After Speaking Political Advertisement 1'aid For by Armil Taylor

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