The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 14, 1953 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 14, 1953
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PAGE TEN BLrniEVTTJ.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS JULY 14, 1953 Bodies Recovered In Airliner Crash HONOLULU I/PI — Rescuers today pulled burned and mutilate' bodies from shark infested waters 350 miles east of Wnke Islam where a Transocean Airlines passenger plane crashed Saturday nigh with 58 aboard. Kfty passengers — nine of them children—and eight crewmen presumably perished in the crash. The Navy transport Barrett recovered 11 bodies, two of them children, before dark last night and had sighted three others. The bodies recovered included a boy, a girl, four women and two men. Three had not been identified. Romulo Blasts Quirino for Poor U. S. Relations MANILA Ifl — Presidential candidate Carlos P. Romulo returnee from the United States last night, Hope for survivors faded rapidly | claiming the Philippines is "miss- as the aBrrett reported sighting the fifth and last rnft carried by the Jll-fated DC6B plane. The raft was empty. The Barrett's medical officer aboard the Navy transport said aft- ing the bus in Washington because of our incompetent administration." The Democratic party candidate, who resumes his campaign tour today, said, "I expect to say some- er viewing the scorched and muti- j thing soon on dismal developements lated bodies: "There is little hope of anv vivors." Dispatches from the Barrett I dicated the water was churning wi sharks. The rescuers reported th could not retrieve the last thr bodies sighted "because of shark The ship said earlier that it w unable to estimate how many bod! were in the immediate vicinity b that parts of bodies had been sigh ed. The airliner, bound from Oua to Oakland, Calif., was last hea from at Saturday night, when it r. ported its position as 325 miles ea of Wake. It apparently plunged in to the sea minutes later without chance to send out a distress sig nal. Condition of the bodies indicate the plane plunged in flames 01 ex ploded soon after crashing into th sea. A spokesman said the Hawaiia Sea Frontier would continue the a! search for at least 24 hours mori •with two planes on night searc and two others on day search. Senate Group Studies Ike's Plea for EPT WASHINGTON Itl — The Senate Finance Committee today takes up President Eisenhower's plea for extension of, the excess profits t~: . with some Indications it might vote the bill to the floor at once. "We may dispose of the matter today," Chairman Mlllikin (B- Colo) said In an interview before the closed-door meeting. He said any extended hearings obviosuly were impossible, in view of the drive for Congress to adjourn by Aug. 1, and that the committee therefore might well decide to take testimony from no one but Its own staff experts. In contrast to the bitter battle which it stirred in the House, the extension is expected to pass the Senate with little difficulty. Senate leaders of both parties are committed to It on the ground the government must have the estimated additional 800 million dollars of revenue. Shriners Meet In New York NEW YORK im — Thousands of Shriners will march down Fifth Avenue today In a five-hour parade honoring their retiring imperial potentate, Harvey A. Beffa of St. Louis! An estimated 100,000 visitors are in New York for the 79th annual national convention of the Ancient Arabic Order of Nobles of the Mystic Shrine. Incoming officers will be honored by the gathering's second big Fifth Avenue parade, a night march Thursday. in Philippine-American affairs: how we are missing the bus in Washington, so to speak, because of the preoccupation of the Quirino administration with politics, its emphasis on nonessentials, and its lack of orientation." Senate Approves Wheat Agreement WASHINGTONI/H—A three-year extension of the International Wheat Agreement, under which 41 nations pledge to buy 595 million bushels from four major exporters, was ratified by the Senate late yesterday. The U. S. export quota is 270 million bushels. The government jays subsidies to the exporters if :he price they receive is lower than he domestic price. Such sudsidies so far have cost 570 million dol- ars. Great Britain, a major importer, las been a party to the agreement [i the past but has not signed the lew pact. THIS "TAIL" HAS A MORAL—Courageous Carl, the chimpanzee who didn't know the meaning of fear, is a little more hesitant after his encounter with Ihrce lion cubs, Rip, Roar and Snort, at the St. Louis, Mo,, zoo. Carl started pulling the cub's tail rather vigorously. The lions resented the chimp's bullying and ganged up on him. He went oway very much subdued. Now that Carl has learned his lesson, the foursome plays together every morning at the zoo. Reds Deny Beria Was 'Weakness' MOSCOW yp)—The Soviet government newspaper Izvestia declared oday the Communist party "Is trengthenlng its ranks when it inrges Itself of all kinds of filth." Both Izvestia and Pravda the, of- icial party newspaper, ridiculed orelgn newspaper comment that arrest of former Deputy Pre- iler vLaernty p. Beria Indicated a 'eakness In the Soviet Union. Izvestia, in a leading editorial, all,ed for heightened vigilance and emanded that the party should mercilessly expose and render nrmless the criminal activity of he hirelings of the imperialists." It Is believed the gypsies came, ot from Egypt as their name in- cntes, but from India, since their nguage, Romany, is Indo-Iranlan. ILLS JOHNSON RASS, BERMUDA and many other grasses nd weedi. Deilroys weed roots . . prevents regrowlh. In convert- on! powder form; easy to mix for se «J a spray. E. C. ROBINSON "FROSTY" The Smoother, Deliciously Different Soft Ice Cream Try It at the RAZORBACK DRIVE-IN. Served to yon in your car or come into our air conditioned coffee shop. The only milk bar in Blytheville where you can be served in air conditioned comfort. Bring your children inside where it Is cool and comfortable. Take a Quart or Pint Home Have You Tried The Drink All Blytheville Is Talking About? HIRES ROOT BEER Served From The "Wooden Keg" In Frosted Mugs Try Our Wonderful "Frosty" Sundaes 15c & 25e Fresh Strawberry Pineapple Chocolate Black Walnut Cherry- Banana Splits 25c Fountain Coca Cola Brown Derby . 5c & lOc Malts ?n(l Shakcs extra thick "Frosty" cones 5c-10c-15c All kinds of sandwiches. "FROSTY" at th« Razorback Drive-In Mavy Fliers Still Missing Little Hope Held Following Crash NORFALK, Vn. Ml — The Navy 11 but gave up iiopc today for four irnicn missing in the crash of a trol bomber off Capo Henry — a rash which was already known to ave taken 3 lives. Qf the 11 crewmen aboard the lane, a Marlln P5M which had een on an antisubmarine train- n« flight out of the Norfalk Naval ir Station, four were rescued by the destroyer McNnir. They had been lucky enough to climb aboard a little raft dropped by another doomed plane. The survivors said they were, certain the four missing airmen called off its air search perman- went down with the plane following cntly last night but service vessels the crash 25 miles east of Cape continued looking for the missing Henry In the Atlantic. Trie Navy | men. DOUAR-W1SE? THEN IT'S MAYTAG FOR YOU! 129 os 'k. Moylor CW.fh* ' *•' • • ~> Adar~ Appliance Co. Inc. ADAMS' BIG JULY CLEARANCE SALE On Home Appliances NOW IN PROGRESS SHOP TODAY AND SAVE Pn Inn UU., IIIU. • SALES J. W. Adams, Mgr. • SERVICE 20fi-208 W. Main Phone 2071 Fight Polio Outbreak ROCKVIIiE, Md. (ff) — Officials of Chesnut Lodge Sanitarium are combatting » polio outbreak which has stricken 6 out of 40 student nurses there since July i. Gamma Globulin Is being administered to all students under 30 years. A single Iron ore vesxl will tr el 50,000 miles and transport MO,. 000 tons of ore in a normal KMO« on the real Lakes. Wednesday Is All Roads Lead lo Blylheville uy-No Obligation Any Firm BVD Label Get tha full story rcury's Power Features-then. CB-0|> llt.cing. J-woy powor leal, powor brokoi, while iid<-woll li and lull-diic hubcapi optional ct sxtra coil. Don't miss the big television hit, "TOAST OF THE TOWN" with Ed Sullivan. Sunday evening 9:45 to 10:45. Station WMCT, Channel 5, MAKE UP YOUR MIND ON THE ROAD! We can tell you that Mercury's new power steering lets you park at the flick of a finger, yet keep that safe "feel of the road." We can tell you how Mercury's power brakes lake half [lie work and most ol the foot-molioii out of slopping. How thai wonderful 4-way power scat moves up, dinvn, back or forward at llie touch ol" a button. We can predict how delighted you'll* be wiih ihe surging power of Mercury's V-8 engine, latest advance in the only lype of engine ever good enough for Mercury. HIM only when yon get behind tlv vhrrl of a Mercury can you rrali/e whal this new kind of driving can mean. Come on in—and see how wonderful it is! MOVE AHEAD WITH HOT _GET MORE FOR YOUR MONEY Symbolizing th* frogrtti of Ford Motor Company's 50th An "SO Ytor* forward on //>• American STILL MOTOR COMPANY Walnut at Fint Stract

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