The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 11, 1948 · Page 16
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OOUROCR MKWg Danish Ship Hits Mine; Five Killed 125 to 175 PasMngtrs Still Mining; V«ts«l Sink* in 10 Minuttt COPENHAGEN, June 11— (UP) —Th« Ouilfb pucenger ship Kjo- bcnh»vn itnick » drifting magnetic mine la the Kattegat off (he Jut!and coot, early today and sank In 10 minute* with an estimated 400 to 490 periotu aboard. Unofficial reports • four hour* Inter Mid that 13S to 116 passenger* and crew members were mi&s- Inj .Naval authorities reported that five bodies wer* found, one b^dly mutilated in the terrific blast that crushed the ihlp't hull. The vessel wai on a popular, 10-hour vacation run from Copenhagen to Anlborg In Jutland whs* it hit the mine at 7 a.m. (11 p.m. CSTj In clear, Sunny weather. The ship went down in ahallow water leaving parts of the superstructure •till above the surface. Reports said the ship sink so j quickly that only two lifeboats could be launched and that passenger* could not reach lifeboats carried for such an emergency. The United Stcr.mshlp, Com;>:uiy, owners of the vessel, said they did not know Just how many persons were aboard. They estimated the total at 400 to 450, based on previous trips, „ The company announced at 6 a.m. CST that' 273 survivors ot the sinking had been counted thus far. This would indicate that from ;25 lo 175 might still be missing. Poured In the Some Mold FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1948 ERPCUTS Larceny Charge I* Filed Against Blythevitle Boys Preliminary hearings for (wo Bly- Iheville. youths, who gave their names a* Doll Trotter and l>ou Garner, on charges of robbery and grand larceny, were continued Monday. In Municipal Court this morning. Bond was set at J1.500 ench. Trotter and Garner were arrested yesterday by sheriff deputies on a complaint filed by Elbert Wray Mitchell, 18, of the Stale Line community, who charged that the two youths furcefully robbed him of a ,T.-atch, valued at J71, «nd $150 in cash, early yesterday. The alleged robbery was MI id hy Mitchell t« have occurred near rtie Blytheville Armory on South Second Street. In Hollywood for screen parts, blonde models Joy Lansing, lett, and Pal Vaniver discovered (or somebody with keen eyes discovered) that they have the some measurements. They're both 5 feel i incites tall, weigh 115 pounds, and hove a 36-iiKti butt, 33-iricb hips and 23-inch waist. TRUCE Head Courier News Want Ads. {Continued from Page 1.1 er unexpected addition to the ration—one chicken for every fjur persons. Supper at a Hagaimh kitchen la.st night consisted at bread, olivM pudding and tea. Workers kitchens nrn .-serving emergency nieal.s of .^oup. bread nnd corn flour pudding lor 28 cents, for which patrons surrender, one ration sUiup a \vcek \vhtch they otherwise would use lo purchn.se bcnns, mnrjjnrine or salted fish. The average persnn gets between 60 and 100 grf.ms of tat per week, which is more than In wartime England, but they do not have the meat ration of (lie British.. Water is not a major problem yet. At the rationed rate of two gallons per pev.son jjcr day, it is estimated that water supplies will last for two more months. Hagar.ah has conscripted all horses, mules and wagons to deliver the water ration. miles* ttie Hou« cut U restored, Europe will not get th* tool* and machinery needed for recovery. Hli jppeal was made aa ir:o of the most economy-minded Senator* on the committee came out In opposition to the House slashet. Sent. Joseph H. B*1I, Minn., and Homer Ferguson, R., Mich, said they will support a drive to restore most of iii« cut. Hoffman, who a« Economic Cooperation Administrator will shepherd the European Recovery Program, said the House cut meant that "the mo«t productive and far- reaching part of Ihe recovery program would for all practical purposes be eliminated. •"The brunt oj the cut." h« said, "must fa)l on the machinery and equipment nocesiary to restore or Increase Europe's productive capacity." The ECA'» economy axe, he said, must fall on these heavy goods since fuel and raw materials cannot be cut without, Impairing present production. Pood, h« emphasized, cannot be trimmed without Impairing the effectlvenes* of European labor. "Consequently," he said, "the only thing he could do Is to eliminate supplies of capital equipment from the year's program." Hoffman told the committee that most of the machinery on which ECA had planned lo spend 11,100,000,000 has to be obtained from the United States. "These Items play an Indispensable part In long haul recovery," Holtman said. C'fie* Example 'Hi* administration took Issue with argument thai ECA couW send less food to Europe because of improved crop prospects there. He said the Increased crop prospect? would be virtually negligible In im proving the diets of European peoples. He used Germany as an example ot how the appropriation cuts in BOA funds would effect recovery. "We had contemplated the expenditure of $437,000,000 In Ger- nymy," Hoffman said. "It is noi recognized that export* from Bl Lighting System Work It Ahead of Schedule Work on the Installation ot Bly- theville'i 'new whlleway lighting systxn )« running ahead of schedule, H. B. Richardson, manager of the Blytherille alike of Hit Ark- Mo Power Company, said today. Approximately 1« or 18 ' light standards have already been set on A»h and Walnut Streets, Mr. Richardson said, and—barring any un- forseen interference—the new system should be in operation by late IhU month or early In July. A total of !« whiteway light* are to be Installed in the business district* of Ash, Walnut, First and Fifth Streets, and extended one block on Wist Main Street. Twelre-l»ch Water Line Put Down on S. Broadway The Blylhevlll* Water Company has repainted 130 fire hydrants during the last few days, and have recently completed laying a 12- nch Hue In the Industrial district South of Ash on Broadway, and Installed two fire hydrants In that area, H was learned today. Bernard Allen, manager, pointed i out that approximately 10 or 15 new hydrants would be Installed Ihls year, some 7 or B having already been Installed. He also explained that Installation of the hydrants was delayed due to the fact that 18-months delivery was required on materials. Granite k * finely-formed rock, which has been exposed to great heat and pressure deep In ihe earth. ( sonal Germany (British and American areas) will be about a quarter of a billion dollars below Ihe amounts previously allowed for. "Unless, therefore, a correspondingly larger allotment ' of ECA funds can be made to the ilzone, mportant recovery projects must te abandoned. Under the approprl- tion proposed by the House we would not only be unable to sup- wrt these recovery projects, but we could be obliged to cut substan- lally the $437,000,000 originally planned for use In Germany." A partial poll of the appropria- ions committee Indicated that a najority wa* ready to line up he- ilnd Senate President. Arthur H. Vandenberg's stand for more for- n »ld money. Clinic is Conducted The Well Child Conferences, sponsored weekly by the Blytheville Council of Church Women and the Mississippi County Health Unit, are open to children under one year old, officials .said today, and parents wishing to have their children examined in the clinics should con- tact either Mrs. Freeman Robinson or Mrs. Monroe Grain. Six infants were examined at tin clinic yesterday, which was spon sored by the women of the Laki_ Street Methodist Church. Mr.s. A M. Van Winkle and Mrs. W. 1 Green assisted health unit ofii cials, ' famous ffSfij&ffffffZe home freezer Pays for Itself. . . in these six money-saving ways! YOU »UY IN QUANTITY AVOID FOOD SPOILAGE you CAN SHOP AHEA0 Save miyfrmu ami vcgelaUc, Most families lr,,e much for,,! B.,v forxis when Ihey are plentiful bj the mishel; * month's supply iW.igh spnihifio.. IM-'.Kl'FUKK/.K ... wlicri price* are lowest! BUT •f meat; ,cc cream by ihe gallon! owners rr-p.-r. for.,1 saving., ,o 60%! during periods of peak r,,,alil,l fOU SHOP LESS OFTEN ELIMINATE FOOD WASTE FREEZE INSTEAD OF CAN Sav e money „„ t ranS| K,rl.,i,,,,! Save conUl loflom, or uniwf(t „-, AA c , Mncr ^~ SKop when conveincn, anj on ni,c f,, 0 ,ls for ,„,„ men!, Knj,,, v.rie,, n(> J Ba , to rcscrvc fo^ f,^ da>s .. . less ,h,,n o,,cc a « cM i,, ? . our mPB , s KitllO(lt wasle! . , ' - A.i, Now You See by the Sea fc' ,'•?"?• Atom Strike Injunction Dismissal Is Delayed ' KNOXVUiE, Tetm., June It (UP)—Federal Judge George C. Taylor /ailed to act Immediately this morning on a government motion to dismiss an injunction which has warded off a strike of 873 atomic workers at the Oak Ridge National laboratory since March 19. Judge Taylor heard the government's motion, ordered that the court receive it, and then pasaert on to other business. The motion rcqueslecl thai, the injunction Se dismissed at 12:01 a.m. lomonow. But Judge Taylor asked Asst. U. 8. Dist. Atty. Ferdinand Powell: "Couldn't it 'just as well be done ten days from now?" Powell snid he supposed it could. London's gas supply is piped in more than 6400 miles of mains, and is made by carbonizing 4,091,600 Ions of coal annually. Now that this portable television receiver is being tested, thert ; , soon will be nothing lo stop you from taking )t to the ueacb, as this : couple did.- They're watching « ball game, while relaxing on th* sand til New York's Coney Island. A portable power pack, behind the s^f jmishcs power for the set. which has a three-inch screen. 1 named at' a meeting held in Hot Spntiys yesterday and was selected to represent the First Congressional Disirict. Osceo/o Lawyer Named On Executive Committee Jame^ Hyatt ol Oiccola has tx-en | elected to membeishi|) on the Exec- I World population of domestl- utive Committee of the Junior Snc- , catcti animals is almost as large as tion of the Arkansas Bar Associti- . that of human beings, according t» tiou, it was disclosed today. 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