The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 2, 1947 · Page 3
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1947 BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THBEJS; Missing Aircraft Sighted from Air French Report Radio Contact With C-47 Near German Border Soya Bean Meal, Low-Cost, Multi-Purpose Food Tested in U.S., Rushed to Hungry Europeans (UP)—French Army olltccrs at Kalscrlaulorn reported today that R U. S. Air Forces C-47 transport, nilssine since Friday with 20 persons aboard, hart been located In Cy By Fait Watts LOS ANGELES. (NKA) -- My complete dinner the other day was a small bowl[nl of a cereal-like food — and II contained nutrition equal to a mrnl of meal, potatoes, vegetables nnU milk. This multi-purpose food looks cooked, ami like bi'o ikfnst cereal after botlcil Five- hundred thousand meal 1 ; of it are ueltiR sent lo Europe. The "Food for Millions" Hnm- daUou in Los Angeles donated this nutritious, cheap and dchy- I dratccl rood to feed hungry per- (enrt meager portions to feed a. family. Made of coarsely ground soya bean. 1 ;, \viih onion and vitamin enrichments added (or flavor ami nutrition, this muni-purpose fowl Is dehydrated so that only two ounces—about the .sl'Ao of a cup- entire meal. Bor.sook of Califor- ficcrs said, between Bitchc, France, and Krocppen, Germany, Southwest of Pirmascns. Units of the U. S. constabulary, with rescue teams, medical .supplies and ambulances were moving South through Pirma- ficns en route to the scene. The U. S. Army rescue teams had been rushed to Kniserlauteni on I cuke—is . the .strength of a report, by the pilot' j} r il_... of a .search plane that he had picked • n j a institute of Technology, Pasa- up n radio message from the wrecked, plane, I "T am in a rough area with trees. Badly in need of help. I*o>:sib!c lol build a. fire." the message said. The pilot, of the search plane askedi for a light signal from the ground,' so he could fix the spot. The pilot .said he then saw lights blinking on the ground. United Press Correspondent Wellington LOUR flew alt night over the area with LI cut __Charlc.s A. Ross of Sebring. Fla., whn shared a billet. ot Ilhein Main airport, near Frankfurt, with the pilot of the wrecked plane. Pilot Oels Kaclio Messages Long reported thai Ross talked to the plane by radio all night- as he flew patterns back and forth .over MLhe hills. Twice- they .saw what ap- •^ieared to be bonfires in clearings but both times they turned out to be false alarms. Kaiserlautern is about 65 mile. Southwest of Frankfurt. The first! pilot to report he had located the wreck got no indication as to how many, if any, were killed, Subsequently, the Air Forces reported that -"several'' planes had contacted th e wreck. Aboard one of the rescue planes \vas flight surgeon Lieut. Col. John Brancota of New York, who wa-s prepared to Mono Lisa Bock In Louvre Brinqs Joy To Little Man Who Loves Her PARIS (DP) -- '111* MUle num. life. Priuirln \vns only one of mll- whn wouldn't Loll his imme was I jj olls O ( l)lrn wno | mv( , fallon Jnv Imppy — Monn I.lw Iiart come ln( , mysterious .smllo. rled nilri lincl Krnnrlclilldron. Na, his wife 1 wnmi'l Jcaloiu ol Uic «mll- IHK Iruly. She didn't know how he It'll. Nor tlld Uic oilier Rimrds. "Nobody knows except Ucr," he snld. noiUIIni; liwarrt Uio portrait of the serene liuly. ptii anil milk, while bro itlier Hex liU-s "MPF,' * lYgj-y's lunch In null 11 lo bean ftxiil Ilial Is ctena compounded Ilils rood hi Ills on Ihe C!I Hill, snys this foort bloclicmlslry labnrnlorlrs. He wns wlut keeps Ills liouseliuld on a 'aided bv Clitrord Clinton, a Los Imrtge-l. Ami at Hip,same time, he Angeles" restaurant owner who. knows Ills wile anil children arc during the depression, needed a Betting balaiiml meals, dish lo serve hungry persons who This soya beiui product hns Ihe had almost no money. combined iluvors o[ nul.s, celery The soya hean (owl is still serv- null tlonr. I-'nced with n choice o[ ed in Clinton's restaurant here, "MPF" or a steak, I'd choose the and when I visited the cafe to sec steak every (.line. Hut 'MM I'.as who would order nmlll-iiunio.se a pleasant tnste, and few people food. I found the customers were not Indigent people who needed a cheap meal, but persons from many economic brackets who ate the soya bean preparation because they enjoyed Us la.stc. The restaurant sometimes serves it plain, or like a meat loaf, or with vegetables. It assumes a different taste when m this xUu-vhiR world would have choices Involving stcnk.v The shipment en route to Europe i-s a single carload; it is equtviilcnl to four carloads of whcnl, 22 of culclum, and nearly two of iron and vitamin Bl. l-ist year Hie soyn Iwati food wns used mainly as cattle feed. For twenty years we've been together." he said, lie looked at Mutia I and smiled and she mnlleil hack at him. with that nwer. questioning personal smile she lias- "Now she Is back where she lie- longs In her old place, In tile place whei'e I've always known hci 1 ." lie wore a blue uiiKonn like all Ihe guards nt the Ixjuvre. plln » little row of .service ribbons (rom Ihc war. But he wasn't like Ihe other guards, no mailer what he wore. He was Mona Lisa's boy (rlend. Ma.vbr It's Mu-lo "Yes, I love her," lit! skid. "Tluu Ironic smile. F'or 20 yeire 1 have watched Iliat smile. But I never understand 11. I think nerhnui she Is listening lo music and It bitngs Ihe memories and so she smiles like dint." Din-Ins (he war the little man and Mona l.lsa wrrt separated. She was In hldlus. The Louvre wan closed, 'flic UlUe man had > lighting Jol) to do. When the war ended, lliey ciunc back, liut Mona Lisa was stuck In a corner,"leaning against the wall. Then finally they put her back on her throne—Ihe spot of honor In the Italian room. The lltlle man looked at a jmlnl- u hanging <m (lie opposite wall, a Titian iwrlralt of Francis I, king o[ France. Rival nn Wall "He loves her, too," he satd. His eyes twinkled. "All the lime they ook at each other." Actually there was d historical lasls for his statement, for It was Krancls I who bought Ihc Mona Lisa for France fiom Leonardo da Vinci lownnl Ihc end of the arllst's The little mnu diild he wn.s mm 1 -' Ht'JMl Courier Neu.s Want Ads. HUMHOLDT, la., 1 "(UP)—floo* people In Hurnlwldt County\ «• colvln« their houxlng probkeai wj buying flbaildoncd runl Kboal house's. Five rural schools in Owv« Township have been tx>ld At auction, at prices ranging from $37* A $915. Dr.. Henry Borsook: Out or hl« Ca'l Teeh biiiciiemislry laboratories, iniilli-purpose food. With the Courts Chancery v-' Helen CMISC Baker vs- Earl Baker, suit (or divorce. J. L. Swinharl vs. Lclia B. Stan- mixed with cheese for a casserole. nll( | (or plastics and fertilizer, but within a year the nation could produce 180,000 meals of "MPF" dally. Many nutrition experts claim it Is a starving world's salvation Read Courier News Want Ads. ard can be used In soups for in creased nourishment. One veteran, who Is supporting his family while going to College . . . dcnmayer. .suit for property lien and damages. Common Pleas make his first parachute jump to treat the injured. But a United Press correspond-, e>nt who took off in an Americiin, The of[ice Mnc !,ine Co., vs. J plane after daylight to look for the | B Se | ler5 and -^o BombalasW. wreck returned to the Rhein main sl ; lfc [or l j nlawfu i detention, air base at 9 a.m. and reported he had not seen the downed transport. RcvrVo/ Continues At Nazorene Church ,. Revival meetings arc being continued this week at the First Church of the Nazarcne. with the Rev. O. S. Free of Little Rock as evangelist. The public is invited to attend the services each evening at 7:15 o'clock, it was announced by the Rev. Daniel Stafford, paslor. •WATK1NS Now Available A Complete Line I'nmous Since I8(i8 Mrs. B. .Instils, Dealer i I •! 11 Ash St. l>hcme :U1. r > IN BOTTIES AND AT FOUNTAINS That was the number of the missir.g plane. they left Pisa, Italy, just after noon. It was only a six-hour flight to Frankfurt, and it was doubtful that any emergency rations were aboard. Lieut. Charles A. Ross, piloting ^R C-47 search plane, heard the ' first faint signal from the missing plane yesterday. He heard the plane identify itself as "873G." n j ^ ^ forb iddcn, so there could be n<> Interference with the signal. Search planes circled low'-over the area nil night. American constabulary search parties were alerted and 20 ambu- lancr\ together with radio-equipped jeeps and trucks were alerted in all towns in that area. Killed by Switch Engine WALNUT RIDGE; Ark., Dec. 2. (UP> — Funeral services are being planned here today for Z. E. Robbins. who died at a Joncsboro hospital after being struck by a Missouri .Pacific switch engine yesterday. He wa.s 65 years old. The accident occurred near the Federal Compress hi Walnut Ridge. Read Courier News Want Ads. Pepsi-Cola Company, Lang Inland Clip, N. V. Kranchiscd Kottler: 1'epsi-Colu HolUinR C<>- »f Ulylhcville Exit Stocking Splashes A sood bet lo keep mud and rain stains cfl stockings are tnese "Duc°y" hosiery protectors. Made of strong transparen plasUc thYboo'ie-lype accessories can be worn wiih or without lie ankle \w Held in Place by Ihe l.emmcd-in elastic bands at lop, pro- teclors re worn under Ihe shoe, as shown at right, and can be folded into a tiny pouch for purse-carrying. REVIVAL Gateway Tabernacle 220 S. Howard St. Pride Addition Nov. 30 to Dec. 14,lncl. Rev. E. M. Knoosc, of Tampa, Florida _ Speaking Each Evening Special Musk and Singing Kldcr P. P. l.ance and Sister LouiTcine l.anr.n Assisted by Other Singers and Players 7:15 p.m. Young People's Rally Daily 6:30 p.m. Come, Bring Your Friends WHITMAN'S CANDY Spec/a/ Deluxe Assortment For December and Christmas Only! Tliis is not NIC rogular Whitman candy which we always have. It is a special assortment of fancy candies usually sold only in the Whitman retail store in Philadelphia, Pa. We were selected as the only Whitman account helwccn Memphis and St. Louis 19 offer this special box, a gold tin box, gift wrapped especially for Xmas. The finest box America. Buy or Place Your Order Now Supply Limited! KIRBY DRUG STORES DREiFUS BliLOVA lAJ.w.ls Elizabeth "Aviator" 37.50 Pnv f>0c Wfckly 45.00 E»«y Terms .Goddess of Time ' • \ *42 5b GRUEIM U-ltweh "Douglai" *42 50 1 I I 15-Jewelj Gold-Filled COM Gold-Filled Case 35.00 Open an Acroimt 15-Jcwels Gold-Filled Bracelet Expansion Band Expansion Band *45°° Walch Prices Include Federal Tax

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