The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 11, 1953 · Page 1
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PAGE TWO BT.YTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1953 Tornado Cleanup Work Gets Started WORCESTER, Mass. (AI>) Rehabilitation operations were in full swing today on the second day after New Enj?- land's worst tornado cut a swath of death and destruction throtig-li Central Massachusetts. And as .steps were taken to Curfew Imposed speed !lie appropriation of federal and stale (mi.-is and the payment of insurance policies, the stricken area counted this toil: Dead—82, with 2 still unidentified. Missing—13. Injured—about 800. "* Homeless—about 7,000. Damage — Estimated by Gov. Christian A. Hcrtcr at 75 million dollars. Early today, President Eisenhower designsted the stricken region as a major disaster area, qualifying it for federal aid. Rescue workers, meanwhile, continued their search' through the wreckage of hundreds of homes and business establishments in 12 communities for more bodies. Frank Coe Becomes Marked Man WASHINGTON W>-The Immigration Service said it has posted alerts at all TJ. S. ports of nxit to prevent any depnrtui'e from the country of Prank Coe, recent reluctant witness before the Senate investigations subcommittee. Senator McCarthy <R-Wis) gave out the first word of the move yesterday, saying the government had closed the borders to Coe, former $20,000 a year secretary of the International Monetary Fund, Earlier this week Coe appeared before the Senate investigators and refused to answer questions designed to establish whether he had ever discussed arms-smuggling to Communists in Central America. He also refused to say whether he was a Communist or had ever engaged in espionage- Some 2,000 national guardsmen patrolled the devastated area lo prevent looting nnd keep uniuith- j ori/.ed persons away. Col, William F. Bigelpw, military commander of the Worcester National Guard area, imposed a strict fi p. m.- curfew law in the nren after reporting, "There's been looting. Just how much we don't know." All but pass holders, police and firefighters have been ordered to keep away from the patrolled area after the curfew. Col. Bigelow told his troops: "Keep everyone else out, even if you have to shoot to do it." Meanwhile, (here were indications today in Minot, N. D,, where President Kisenhower Is now, that he may visit the Worcester area Saturday, when he is sr'-^r'"'":! -n fly from Rapid City. S. D,, to Hanover, N. H. U. S. Rep. PhUbinXD-Mas) has asked Coiisre.'^ to appropriate 25 million dollars for use in the Worcester area. No Storms Throughout U. S. By Thf Amoclatrd Presn Generally fair nnd mild weather —in sharp contrast to violent storms in some sections earlier tills week- was the outlook for most of the nation today. No stormy weather was reported throughout the country early today. There was llijht rain In Montana, Southern New Mexico and along the South Atlaullc Coast. But clear skies prevailed In the Great Lakes rrnlon the Southern Great Plains imil in (lit Fur Southwest. The hottest weather of the spring season continued in sections of Kun- ras, Texas. Oklahoma, Colorado and | the Far Southwest. Temperatures i , m;aln Wednesday climbed above 100 j I degrees in many cities. America's deepest chasm is the ftoi'Ke o( the Snake River at Hull's } Canyon, between Oregon and Ida- ' ho. ' I Iran, Russia Sign New Pact TEHRAN lift — Iran and Russia have'ti«ned a new trade agreement which Economic Minister All Akbar Akliiivi says will make the Soviets his nation's best customer. Akhavl .announcing the pact yesterday, said It would double business between Iran and its Iron Curtain neighbor. Iran has sold non« or Us allzed oil to the Soviet Union or other Communist countries. In the year ended last March 20, however, Iran sent to the USSR about 23 million dollars worth of tobacco, rice and cotton In exchange for sugar, cloth and tableware of about the same value. World's largest earthflll dam is Port Peck, in Montana. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Kiwanfans See Arkansas Film A film depicting spots of tourist interest In Arkansas was shown members of the Blythevllle Kiwanis Club at the club's weekly meeting In Hotel Noble yesterday. The film, entitled "Adventure In Arkansas," was lilmed by the Arkansas Resources Development Commission. Guests at yesterday's meeting In- cluded Bill Wright, president of tin Chlckasha, Okla., Kiwanis Club, Herb McAdams of Jonesboro, Bill Hutson, A. H. Wallace and M. P. Cash. REFRIGERATION and Electrical Appliance Repair All Work Guaranteed TOMMY BOGUN Phone 3406 or 9M« Elephant Report NEW DELHI (/Pi — It's official. An elephant has the strength of 3 men. 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