The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 28, 1947 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 28, 1947
Page 3
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER, 28, 1348 BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE TBKEB 45 Still Missing After Ship Sinks Four Are Rescued, Hospitalized; Hunt For Others Continues Scouts to Hold Court Of Honor in Manila MANILA, Alk.. NOV. 28. — O. O Stivers, Scoutmaster of Troop M of Manila, announced that a Coiirl ol Honor will be held In the Mexican Pleads Guilty; Gttf Two-Year Term CARUTHERSVIULE, Mo., Nov. 2». — Manuel Garcia, Mexican cotton picker of the Warrlell conml local Hleh School Auditorium I n'ty, w«* itntenceci Monday night, December *, tor two years in the state nenlleiUlary following his pica o[ guilty *.o felonious assault charges, In connection with a beating administered to D. S. Patterson, Wnrdell fanner, as thc two were held In tile clly ]nll »l W»r- clell. Dlscdoro CASsnnovn, unolher Mexican field linmt. also In con- lleud Courier Kewi v?aiH Ads. arctlon with the attack on rat- tcr.son, was released when Unrein assumed all .(he blfline and said Uiissniwvn wns not. Involved. The nlluck occurred Oct. IB. Youth Suffocates While Learning Breath Control NKW YOHK, N(H'. UB (UP) — Harry Abrnins. 17. wanted to be the Ix'.sl trnivipet nluyer In the world. Hill he had (rosibki holillii)! (he I Itleh noles. "l'v« t<oi to hnvo better breath control," lie told his Irlendj. . "I've got to hf able to hold » note, longer." >/ •Sii he iiiatkert holding his breath, lie put on a wnr souvenir gits mask, stuffed R cloth into the Mr-Intake tub*, mnd ut down to HI I It* could to tefot* Utti* » >««»U. >' j Member* of hi* lunlly t when they' went U> hk b. call him for breakfMt on Ttunks- gWlnt D»y. The coroner wtd b* h«d AUffoctted. , KETCHIKAN! Alaska. NOV. 28. (UP) — Three survivors of the shipwrecked Army freighter Clarksdale Victory were recovering from North Mississippi County. Towns represented will be; thevllic. Manila, Uachvllle, and oilier Scout Troop* in area. ' Thanks Service Conducted CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., Nov, shock and exposure today as rescue | 28 — Union Thanksgiving services decided to "take one more ' were held here yesterday In the Methodist Church, with the Rev. Chnrles C. Pike, pastor of the Christian Church, delivering the sermon, and the Melhodlsl Chlor doing the singing. Congregations C*iong look" for 45 other crewmen still missing. A fourth survivor was en route 1 here aboard the Coast Ouard Cutter Wachusclts. The oodles of four other member's of the 53-man crew already had been recovered and officials held little hope that any oilier survivors would be found. from the Baptist, Christian, Pres! byterirtn and Methodist churches ' participated. thc rocky shore of Ilippa Island Monday nighl. "The chance of finding any more survivors is almost impossible." Ca|>. Neils Haugen of Ibe Const Guard base here said. "Rut we'll lake one more long look." Sixteen rescue workers remained on the island last night to continue the search for bodies and survivors inlo Ihe fourth day. The Clarksdale Viclory rammed . Ihe „,.„...„„, .,„. island during a storm, she split > P'esldont-elect. In half 10 minutes later. The after! ^_______ portion, which contained the life-1 boaU and most of the crew, sank beneath th c 40-foot seas. Two Coast Guard pilots from Annette Island landed their amphibians alongside the Cutler Citrus In heavy seas late* yeslerday. . They fle\v three survivors from ^ie Citrus to thc hospital here. Dr. ^James D. Wcntzler, assistant sur. lemi of the U. S. Public Health Service said all were suffering from "complete exhaustion" as well as hunger, exposure and bodily injuries. to Install CARUTHERSV1LLB, Mo., Nov. 28. — New officers of the local Khvanlr. club will be Inslalled Tuesday night, Dec. 30, with ladles night, and thc conmillUie in charge Rhodes. Giff EdBcrton, Floyd Brower nnd' Bob Mchrle. Prior to Inis Jack Bi/zle, chairman, BUI slallallon, a training course for new officers will bs held at Lilbourn. Mo., Monday night. Dec 1st. Rev. Floyd Brower Is th« new REVIVAL TONIGHT! Manila Lions Launch Goodfellows Club Drive MANILA, Ark.. Nov. 28. —Billbo Osborne has been appointed chairman of Manila's Goodfellows by President Edward McMasters at a Luncheon of the local Lions Club. Other committee members who will assist. Lion Osborne arer !• D, Shedd. L! L. Woodruff, and Doyle White, proximafely S5PO to the Goodfellows The Lions Club has donated ap- Bencflt Fund. William Borowsky, secretary-treasurer of the Club, said with benefit baskets to be distributed Christmas morning. Two Negroes Sentenced To Prison in Missouri •CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., _ Nov 28. — One week after they robbed a negro cafe here, two Negroes Tommy Hunt and G. S. 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