The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 26, 1947 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2(i, 1947 BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COUlUEil NEWS 5 Indicted in Gun Running to Cuba Men Face Charges Of Smuggling Arms For Dominican Revolt JACKSONVILLE, Pla., Nov. 26.— IUP)—Matiolo Castro. Cuban national sports director; Miguel A. Ramirez, Dominican revolutionist; nu explosives cxjKrt and two pilots were Idictcd by a federal grand jury yes- today oii charges of conspiring to smuggle munitions out of the United States. C. A, Emerlck of Miami, supervisor of customs, charged that a plane loaded with two tons of explosives flew to Cuba August 16 to provide munitions for an alleged plot overthrow (he Trujillo dictatorshii of the Dominican Republic. The Cuban Navy later captured two landing craft with troons purportedly bent on invasion. Ramirez, self-styled head of a "Dominican govcrmncnt-in-exile," was hrUi by Cuban authorities. Castro WILS free under bond, as were the other alleged conspirators to ex|X>rt arms without permit in violation of a presidential proclamation of last February. Emerick charged Inat lirearms expert HollLs B. Smith of Palisades, N. j,, bought explosives from IcRilt- mate sources for reassembly into munitions in Cuba. , The explosives were shipped to Baltimore and then were flown here and to Cuba by pilots Chester Mcll- cr and Percy H. Cyr of Willis Air i Service, Peterboro, N. J., according Who Wouldn't Enlist? Movie Bosses To Weed Out Communists "Miss National Guard," Florence Lainhart, right. Joins her lady- in-waiting Mrs. Orin Lick, a Belgian war bride, In n salute to new Guardsmen recruited in a West Palm Beach, Fla., drive. Sees Danger of Racket In European Reliat NEW YORK (UP)—"BcgElne letters from persons In Europe should be turned over to roller! letters, thirteen in one hutanc warns. Bnrstow Sfttri such letTcrs nift constitute R new racket ulnying o the sympathies ol Americans. "Church World Service." he -sal "hns referred lo It innny Identic? agencies unless the writers are known to the recipient, Dr. Robins W. Barstow, executive associate of Church World Service, Inc., to charges. Tl'.c grand Jury was told the pilots were bribed in the air to 111 1 to Cuba after the flight, was originally cleared for Miami. The contracting air service was not' linked with the alleged conspiracy. NEW YORK, Nov. M. (UP) — 'he nation's, top movie executives greed today that they will "not nowlngly" employ a Communist or nyone else who advocates the ov- rlhrow of the United States ROV- rhntenl by force or uncohstltulloN-- I mean*. After » meeting of 50 lop movie xecullvc* at. the Wnldorf-Astorlii lolel, Eric Johnston, president of he association o( motion pic- ure producers. Issued a statement behalf of the group. The statement pledged members of the association to discharge or 'suspend w!Uuout compensation" 1 any of the lo Hollywood writers who j lave been cited for contempt, by .he House of Representatives and [ who now are employed by a.sso- ' elation members. Rationing Powers Asked For Coal and for Oil, Too WASHINGTON, Nov. 20. (UP) — The Interior Department .yesterday asked Congress lo give the President holcl-ln-reserve authority to put coal and oil under rationing uiut price control in eiise serious shortages develop. was iinnnlmourly elected to the post f general manager of the Texas 'rlson System yesterday. Kills will lake the posL effective Jun. 1, 1048 at u xalnry of »0,COO year lor H tour-year term, Memphic-n to Manage Texas Penal System TVLKR, Tex., NOV. 2U. IUT) — o. u. Kills, 45. of Memphis, Trim., Inn oxfords with gold-braid blues The train crew volunteered al! the black shoes they could find Mike llti's, (he chei. saved (he day !lis fit the admiral perfectly. 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