The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 28, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 28, 1947
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER, 28, 1948 BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PACK rtv» CAA Crash of Airliner 13 Killed as Plan. Smashes into Hill While Making Landing YAKUTAT. Alaska, Nov. 28. (UP) — Civil Aeronautics officials attempted to learn today why a DC-3 airliner and cargo plane plunged Into a hill and burned yesterday with a loss of 13 lives. The plane was coining In for a landing through light mist and fog about 4:30 a.m. (PST) when It suddenly swerved and plunged into a low hillside. Officials from the Yakutal Ranger Station and residents of the area found the transport demolished and all aboard dead. Their bodies were burned almost beyond recognition. The CAA said the pilot had asked and received permission to make a straight approach to the landing field. They said the plane was not. In distress and the stop was purely routine, so far as they could determine The plane, owned by the Columbia Air Cargo Company of Portland, Ore,, was carrying n passengers returning to their homes on charter rates after the aircraft had unloaded cargo at Fairbanks and Anchorage, Alaska. It was piloted by Jay B. Haworlli, Jr., Portland, Ore., a World War II pilot. Co-i>llot was T. A. Kera- ncn, 26, Vanport city, Ore., also » veteran war pilot. CAA officialsSaid the ceiling over Yakutat was 500 feet with visibility ot 11|3 mile. They said the f. pilot should have been able to bring the plane in easily under these flying conditions. . The bodies were brought down to the field today, pending the arrival of the company's other charter plane which will fly them to Port- Surplus Money Won't Go Astray, VA Tells Martin WASHINGTON, Nov. 28 (UP) — Minister Lives on 1200-Colorie Diet Of Europeans, Says it Was 'Rugged' CHICAGO, Nov. M. (UP)—The*Rev. Phillip W. Sarles, Coiigrtgs-1 _ . ' .. . lional minister, said today that life' Detroit Striker f Auto Congressional charge that delay in paying veterans an estimated $1,500, 1)00,000 Nations! Service Life Insurance surplus may result In "careless custody." The criticism came from House Speaker Joseph W. Martin, Jr. He 1 said this "huge sum should never have been allowed to float around in the Veterans Administration because any accumulation of money such as this Is a standing invitation to careless custody If not something more serious," Assistant Veterans Administrator Harold W. Brining head of the Insurance Division, said the Treasury Department, not the Veterans Administration, has custody of the funds and that they are accounted for by the General Accounting Office—not- by the Veterans Aduiinls tratlon. Funds Short, El Dorado Lays Off City Employes EL DORADO, Nov. 28. (U.P.I — An economy move at El Dorado was In full swing today following the temporary lay-off of eight city employes. Mayor John H. Shackleford said tlic men, now employed by El Doi rado business firms, will be re- I employed alter Jan. 1. Germans was "plenty rugged." | Sarles spoke from personal expert- 1 ence. He voluntarily lived on Ihi near-slarviitlon diet fot 30 days to show the members of his Rogers Park cliurch why they should conserve food atid contribute to help Europeans. But he also wanted to mid out (or himself how bad off, the Germans and other turojx-ans were. "I know )iow, " he said. "I hsv« been hungry every day since I started. I lost 10 pounds in three weeks. "I felt Ihe cold weather more than ever before, and I was tired all! the time." I His diet, based on data supplied by the American Friends Committee, was approximately the same as the standard diet In the U. S. zone of Gcrinkny during last July. A typical day at the minister's table Included plnln cereal and black DETROIT, Nov. 28 (UP)—Detroit's strife-torn CIO gainKe mechanics strike erupted this week as * dynamite explosion blasted the unoccupied cur of fiery itrlke leader, Ray Dooe. At the same time threats of explosions were, received at two tuu> ngenclM Involved In the strike, police said. Uooe's c»r. parked behind headquarters of striking Local 415, CIO United Auto Workers, was shuttered by * quarter stick of- dynamite which police said had been placed on the floor boardi under the front seat. Last month Dooc reported lie Iminrt a itlck of dynamile under liU front seat as he entered the car In the same parking lot. M LI *"" coffee for breakfast, black sugarless! Opens in Little Rock tea and bread for lunch. »nd spa- land. The DC-3 frequently made routine stops al the Ynkulat field on its flights between Portland and Anchorage, CAA officials said, and the unscheduled landing did not mean that It was In trouble, Yakutal Field is situated on the Gulf of Alaska about halfway between Juneau and Anchorage. ghettl without sauce, black coltee and a bun or small potato for supper. His thirty days ended yesterday. Then Harlcs ate yesterday's standard American meal — turkey, dress- Ing, cranberry sauce and ail the oilier trimmings. "I could have eaten everything on the table." he suid. In one way, Snrles' 30 days of dieting provided move torture than LITTLE ROCK, Avlt., Nov. 28.— (UP)—Di. Lewis Webster Jones, president ol tile University of Arkansas, will be the [eatnrccl srirak- cr of the Annual two-clny 4-H Club Congress which opened licre Lodny Some 300 youthful fnrm Icnitcn were exacted to register. Other speakers Include: R. E. Short of BiHikley, president, of the Arkansas Farm Bureau; Raymond Dougiin. state nchlevcmcii' FOR SALE TRACTORS and Equipment Now On Display At Our Lot JOHN DEERE FARMALL ALLIS CHALMERS FORD All Sizes and Models '•'.-' ' •' " We can furnish equipment for most of these (raclors. If we don't have what jnti want, we can fct it for you . . . THESE THACTOUS ARE PRICED FOR QUICK SALE! See Us Before You Buy BUD WILSON AUTO SALES the average European suffers. While' champion; C. Hamilton Moses, pics- he was eating his meager meals, his 'dent of Arkansas Power and Ligh wife and three children sat at the Company; L. L. Rutledge. assistatv same (able eating meat, vegetables slat* *-H Club agent; Dean Lip- and other standard American l' erl s - Ellls ol til* University Col- foods. liege ofAgriculture; and E. P. Lambert, president of the Stale Chain Stores council. "You can't imagine what hunger really Is until you've gone through it," he said. "There Is a gnawing fcelmg and food Is always on your .HarOinQ College He figured it was worth It, though. IPInrtr f «••**•%*••«... The congregation contributed "gen-l r *** n * VrfUITlpaigil erously" to the church's European ~ relief fund, he said, alter he described the experience at yesterday's services. Cornor Main & Franklin Bud Wilson - .less Horner Phone 2037 Nude Body of Girl Found in Thicker 'n Massachusetts \VAYLAND,Mass., Nov. 28 (UP) — The Jiude body of an attractive Rnd- cliffe College girt, found lying frozen In a thicket with a.22 caliber] bullet in her face, was to be exam-1 Ined today to determine If she committed suicide or was slain. The body was discovered late yesterday in Die outskirts ol Wayland by a police searching party. The victim was identified as Frances Flint, 22, of Cambridge, » Vassal- College graduate and a post grad- iate student at Radcliffe. The body lay face upward in a clump of birches and pines \vlth v a nillet wound in the nose. Miss Flint's clothes—a blouse, a coat, a sweater, and a pair of grey dungarees—weru scattered in a clearing several yard? away. Also found near the body was a blanket, a package of cigarettes and an envelope bearing a man' name and a Maine address. In 'the brush about 50 feet awaj searchers found a 22-callber Winchester rifle believed to belhe weapon with which she had been shot. Police said a prelimillar)' medical report indicated Ihe body had lain on the frozen ground for about 30 hours. For Six Buildings SEARCY, Ark. Nov. 28. (U.P.) — Six new building's will be added to the Harding College campus here following the successful conclusion Ten in Arkansas Die in Accidents Youth ot Lake City Held for Father's Death During Fight ' By United Trm Arkansas' violent death toll over he long Thanksgiving holiday nse to tell today wllli one mnn •liol to death and five owid from bums. Al kike City preliminary licnr- •nss were scheduled today for 17- •rar-old Gordon pinch, on « chnrite 1 ol killing his 65-year-old lalh- •r. Clem Finch, at llielr home Wednesday night. Deputy Sheriff Marvin Phillips suid thr youth shot Ms father after-thr elderly man chased hk son and wife from Ihc house . A coroner's Jury said Gordon shoj In self defense. In Dlytheville Billy Kooncc, 21. was fatally Injured during an automobile race staged Rt. Iho fulr- gioiinds In that city. The dead from burns included. Unira A. Shcppard ol llclnu 1 ; Kenneth Wayne Andrews, 1, of Georgetown; Thomas Miincr.. Mexican farm laborer; and tw'n Negroes, Harry Full/, and Bill Km 1 ler. In addition two persons died in auto accldcnls and one suicide wu.« reiwrted. Wilda Norenc nice, 10-year-old daughter o( Mr. and Mrs. Dowlas Hlce of Mount olive, was Injured filially when struck by an automobile near , the Halcllff High School. Horace Stilton, 50-ycar-oli! !•;! Dorado truck driver, was killed when his heavy vehicle overturned near McGehce, And H. E. Thompson. (iO-ycar-oliI grocer of Mounds, died ot * shot gun wound which Ooroner W. b] Ncwbcrry says was .sell-Inflicted. The number of persons meeting accidental deaths over the natloi during tho Thanksgiving wcck-piu mounted close to 100 lodny but the National Satety Council pi-cdlctcc Hint Uie total for the entire holiday would be less than for a normal Tlnirsday-throuBh-Sunday pe Japanese 'Water Dragon' I o 0e exhibited Here A Japanese one-man suicide sub- niu' will UH exhibited licit! Munday und Tuesday at Mam and Hall- road Slu'cUs, the Navy Club ol tin) United ataU's, sponsor ol Ihe dls- pjny, announced tuday. The exhibit, n mobile milt, will bo open to the public without chatsi- 110111 D:JO a.m. to tf:3D p.m. bolh days. Known in Japan as the Koryu— meaning water dragon—the suicide :>ill) Is '2a feet iong unit has a cruising menus ol 150 mill's. Powered oy .storage IKUUTIL-S It Is launched Irom iv mother ship obmil I5<| miles from (lie lrtij!ci anil pllotc-il by a tiilcMe pllol, The bow conliimed 1,8000 IKiund ol high enplostvf.s. Other JapLitH'.Sf ai'llrles as well m a display ui Alllml iiml Nuzl rifle.i me liKluderi In the exhibit. display .More lhan 3,000 grain samples will be exhibited at the International hay and Brain show, held In connection with the cxjwsltlon. Three girls are anioni; the JtmW Judging contestants this year. Mary Glide, Fnlrmoiml, 111., Laurcsa Tindale, Malvern, Ark., and Nlmi Huston. Saratoga, Wyo. will represent I heir ivspcctlve slates as niemtjon of judging teams. Chinese eat the silkworms which are not required for breeding purpose*. An TOU trcuWM br ni»U functional monthly sncM? DOM thta mat* you mm from pain, feel ao MreMf, VMkp Iilzh-ilrmii—«t KKta Um««? TkMI BO try Lydim.FlnUum'iV* Coniyound to rtllevt »uch tomal In a rec«ru mcdtcftl tL proved remarkably bclpful U> en troubled thLj way. Aay d~" 1YDU L PWKWM'S! Livestock Exposition Under Way in Chicago CHICAGO. NOV. 28. (UP) — Tin: UiiniUlmiHl Livestock Exposition not underway unofficially loduj js uree-inembcr teams from 27 stales competed tor scholarships totaling 1 $800 In the non-colU'BliUc livestock judging cimli'sl.s,; Tlie show officially opens ;t.s ciijht-diiy run lomonxnv moiiilii;: when niuri! tlmn 12,000 of the nation's farm animals will be on Hod. of a drive to raise $1,500.000 between Jan. 1 smi Jtfne |. Tim RciwrtA showed early todav. 72 drive was announced by Clifton- persons had died In traflc 'ucr/l L. Ganus, president of the board dents and 2a In miscellaneous mis of trustees. | ln p s to ,, R totn , o , n5 ( | c , u i, s Buildings Include an auditorium. Thirteen others were killed In library, gymnasium, durmatoilcs] Alaskan airplane crash bin this for both boys and girls and a| was not considered directly related student center, (0 the holiday Protect your health with HOOD Sportsman Boots and DRYBAK Hunting Clothing. irr Johnnie Walkei Smoked Burgundy Handsome craftsmanship, plus distinguished design ... give this new Johnnie Walker color lasting masculine smartness. $8.50: I. Rosenlhal, Inc. 22<> Wesf Mniii Slvoel I'lume 2562 I FREE! FREE! FREE! f> 1—$50.00 U. S. Savings Bond 1— $J25.00 U. S. Savings Bond each week. *I575 IN I UNITED STATES SAVINGS BONDS During Southern Auto Stores "Old Fashioned Bargain" Sale NOTHING TO BUY! Register Daily at Your Local Southern Auto Stores Registration Day-Every Day! Plan to Attend Saturday Nite Drawings! You May Win a U S. Savings Bond! REGISTER DAILY I 5-PC. 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