The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 30, 1947 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 30, 1947
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PAG1 80, 194T Search for Army AirmenContinues *, Dog Teams S««k Survivors of B-29 Crash in Alaska Land* Plan* on Highway/ Puts Town in Darkneu CONWAY, Ark., Dec. 30 (HP)— Henry James Seager, as, of Little Rock, landed hla small plan* on Highway 64 last night, tearing down a high tension wire and throwing the town of Atkins Into darkness. He was not injured. Seager, an attendant at the veterans hospital at Fort Roots, told " NOME, Alaska, Dec. 90. (UP) — Bush pilots. Army airmen and men •with dogte&m* searched the icy •lopes of Mt. Serpentine 100 miles North of here today for five men •till missing as the result o[ a B-29 crash a week ago. Two of the missing men were crewmen of the Superfortress which crashed while on an Arctic training mission. The oilier three were paratroopers, who dropped to the rescue of the B-29 crew but became lost » an Arctic blizzard. All «lBht crewmembers of the B-29 which plough** info Mt. Serpentine survived the crash. Six men who huddled in the wreckage of the plant were rescued yesterday by bush pilots. All were suffering from exposure. One had a broken leg and another had hU face frozen. Th« missing crewmen. 1st. Lt. Vern H. Arnett, Fairbanks, pilot, and 1st. LI. Frederick I. Sheetz. Kcy- ncr, W. Va., lelt the wreckage on Christmas Day for Shishmaref, •malt iettlement 40 miles away. Air search had to be confined to four hours dally, the length of Arctic day. Air Force officials sale they were not worried about til three paratroojwrs—their name wer« not released—because all wer well-trained and fully equipped t mrvlve in Arctic weather. Not Pressed for Colil The missing airmen wero dressed for the 30-dcgrec below zc ro weather, however. Bush pilots ex pressed the hope they may ha\ found haven in some trapper's cab In along the route to the settlement. A trail party equipped with riog teams was unloaded from a single engined Norseman plane which landed on a small lake about four miles from the crash scene to search for the missing men. The six half-frozen survivors were brought back by two bush pilots— Bill Munz and Frank Whalcy. The rescue climaxed a series of unsuccessful flights in which five aircraft and a. glider were forced down. The Air Force listed the six survivors as: 1st Lt. Donald B. Duesler, San Fernando. Calif.; 1st Lt. Francis J. Schaack, Oklahoma City, Okla.; 1st Lt. Lyle B. Larson. Coifs*, Wis.; T[Sgt. Wither E. Decker, Plalnfield, N.' J.; S[Sgt. Leslie R. Warren. Waco, Ga.; and Radio Operator Olan R. Samford, Whitney, Tex. The survivors were so exhausted after their six-day exposure they were unable to tell ol their experience. officials" that he had been to West Memphis and was attempting to reach Ltttlc Rock before dark. How- •cr, he was delayed by headwinds id In desperation decided to land 11 the highway. He said he landed on the pave- icnt but the plane went Into Itch after the landing. <4ew Advisory Council )n Science to Meet Soon FAYETTEVILLE. Ark., Dec. 30 UP)—The Advisory Council of the icwly-crgimted University ol Ark- .lisas Institute of Science and technology will hold Its first mod- HE here next week. At that tlm< research plans will be outlined, ac :ording to Dr. W. W. Grlgorleff institute director. Dr. Grigorleff was In Little Rod yesterday for a conference wltl University of Arkansas Mcclicn School officials and will meet wltl members of the Resources and Do velopmcnt Commission today. The advisory council IR com posed of deans of colleges In th university or their representative; arm Bureau Employs 'wo Dittrict Directors LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Dec. 30.— UP)—The announcement of the muloyment of two district organization and service directors of ic Arkansas Farm Bureau Fcdcra- on was made here today by Waldo Easier, executive sccrcUivy of tile State organization. The men arc H. 'J'. Bnbcr of ill Dorado and E. W. Loiidurmllk of Stuttgart. They will work with officers and overnlng bodies of the county farm Bureaus hi Union and Arkansas counties to help develop strong irganization and membership pro;rams. Btiber'B district Is composed of 20 counties In Southwest Arkansas iind Lourtennilk'x Is 20 counties in ,he Soutliesa-stcrn part of the state. laundry Truck Driver Admits Traffic Charge Buster Brascum of Blythevillc was fined $60 and costs in Municipal iourt this morning after he changed his plea to gutlty on a charge of leaving the scene of an accident •md had judgement on drunk drlv- r/irce forfeit Bonds fn Municipal Court Two men lorleiled bonds in Mvmi- clpal Court this morning on .speeding charges and another forfeited Ills bond on a drunken driving driving charge. They were Fred L, Tnllcy, who forfeited a $30,25 bond for speeding, and Harvey Wilson, whose $15 Ixmd also was forfeited on the same charge. G. W. Hopper torfi'itcd a l»nd of $40.25 tins morning on n charge of driving while under the influence of intoxicating, liquor. ing charge continued until Jan. 12. that was true. under »porad!e attack by Arab *nl- uers. 12.WO Rrfuiec* at S« Unofficial sources reported that the Jewish Immigrant ships Pan York and Pan Crescent, now at sea with nearly 12,00 refugees, planned to sail directly to Cyprus, the British Internment island. Both British and Jewish authorities hoped ThU bulldlnc wUl MTT* M • laundry. Any protest «hould be In writing and filed in the office of th« City Clerk. ' Joe A. Carney, City Engineer. The charges were tiled against him after he became Involved In Lwo accidents about 15 minutes a- parl Dec. 22. City police said ne sideswipcd a grocery truck at 5th and Main and about a quarter of !U) hour later Brascum was arrested Ijy state police after a wreck on the all base road. Brascum pleaded guilty to the drunk driving charge following his arrest iind at first pleaded not guilty to the other. In the second accident, the laundry truck Brascum was driving Mruck a cotton trailer and knocked it across the roiid Into a car driven by Jim Jackson of Bly- thevllle. Mr. Jackson's car was severely damaged. Minor damage occurred in the lirst accident. McClellan Ses Need For Rationing Oil, Wheat HOT SPRINGS, Ark., Dec. 30 (UP) —U. S. Sen. John L. McClellan believes Hint some sort of rationing probubly of oil and wheat, will be necessary If prices arc to be kept under control In the United States, However, he said while visiting hero, he does not favor giving President Truman exclusive authority to enforce rationing or price control. "That decision should be left to Congress," he sntd. He added that any decision on rationing of oil and wheat must depend on the amount of those products required for aid to Europe. Steele Matron Injured In Mississippi Accident The condition of Mrs- K. T. Hewlett of Sleelc, Mo., who received a fractured skull in an automobile accident, near Holly Springs, Miss.. sumlny, lias been reported as critical, it wns learned here today. Mrs. Hewlett received the fracture when the Jeep In which .she was riding and driven by her hus- >nnd went Into a ditch to avoic collision with another car. Hei lusbund received lesser injuries, Occupants of the oilier car were :so injured but none seriously. Three Grass Fires The Blythevillc Fire Department uu,v,v<ucd three calls yesterday at lernoon to extinguish grass fires, ! Fire Chief Roy Head reported to- I diiy. The first was made to block on Ka-st Davis Street where in an alley become ignited. No damage resulted. The other two colls were to 1514 West Hearn Street where flying >pa:ks from a trash fiie ifinitcc .Ivy KVUS mid to the 100 tiloek 01 Sycamore Street to a ynuss fiiv ia an alley. Three Sets of Twins Win Family Cage Title WILSON, N. 0., Dec. »0. (UP)— Three sets of twin brothers named Clark, Itom Huntington. Ind., lUKl .„„,.„..„ , lt ,, Pound, Va., today Held the "family | bloodhounds basketball championship of the nation." The confusing Clarks took the title, here last night with a 49-38 win over the Roberts family from I Akron, O. | The Clark's clinched the crown \ in the final round of the unique tourney here that featured M other family quintets. The only restriction rule was that all members of each team be of the same family— man, woman or 'child could play. Jim Clark, high scorer in the title tilt with 11 points, left immediately for Huntington to see his wife and the new baby born just Nine Alabama Convicts Object of Wide Search MONTGOMERY, Ala,, Dec. 30 (UP)—Nine ol 10 younp white convicts who escaped from Draper Prison Monday afternoon were still at large today as a statewide search was continued by ,highway patrolmen and prison officials. State Prison Director Frank BOR- well said the convicts, most of them serving short sentences, overpowered two guards, took tVtclr gun: and fled In a prison truck. The State Highway Patrol announced that Donald Donaldson, :1, Jefferson County, serving a year and a day for grand larceny, surrendered Inst night to Cecil Alexander, Prnttvlllc attorney. It was also reported that the abandoned escape truck had been located near PrattvlVle nnd that had picked tip the Former Steefe Resident Dies in Vanduser, Mo. John Madden Olnscock, 76, o Vanduser, Mo., formerly of Steele Mo., died Sunday at his home following a long Illness. Funeral scr SLAUGHTER British naval vessels already were at sen, lying in wait for the ships which salted last week from Burgas, Bulgaria. The British were expected to seize and board the vessels if and when they reached Palestine waters. j Reports from Damascus said 200 Arab volunteers under the command of Akrarn £1 Hauratu, a member of the Syrian parliament, left Damascus for Palestine Sunday and were expected to cross the border under cover of night. The Arab reinforcements were said to have flnlslred their training in the Syrian desert and were only the vanguard of a large Arab force under training to take up arms in Palestine. reports coincided with others from Jewish sources saying that the Jewish underground armies Ha- guna and Irgun Zvai Leumi had been joined under a single supreme command by a formal pact. The consolidation of forces moved ahead rapidly amid another day of uninterrupted violence, which saw, according to an official count, 17 persons killed and 40 wounded from dawn to dusk in Holy Land fighting Monday. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Letters of Administration on the estate of Mrs. Anna Beard, deceased, were granted to the undersigned on the 19th day ol December ,1M7, »y the Probate Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. All persons having claims against said estate are required to exhibit .hem, properly authenticated for allowance, to the undersigned as administratrix of said estate, before the end of si* months after publication of this notice; and if such claims are not presented, they will be forever barred. My address is Route No. a, Manila, Arkansas. Mrs. Mamie Hutton, Administratrix of the estate of Mrs. Anne Beard, deceased. Franck C. Douglas, Atly. 12[30-1|6-1|13 NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Virgil F. Hopkins, 414 East Sycamore St., has made application to erect a 16' x 50' concrete block building on Lot, 0 Block 3 of the Ruddle Heights Addition to the City of Blythevilie. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery C'ourl, C'hii'Va- <awba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Mildred McCullough Plaintiff, vs. No. 10.319 James McCullough Defendant The defendant James McCullough is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer tUa complaint, of the plaintiff Mildred McCullough. Dated this 29 day of Dec., 1947. HARVEY MORBIS, Clerk. By Betty Peterson, deputy. Attorney for Plaintiff, Claude F. Cooper. 12,30-116-13-20 AUTO UPHOLSTERY SHOP At LEE MOTOR SALES, Inc. 307 East Main Street Phone 519 Yes, we do all kinds >f auio upholstering, using only the most durable and pleasing materials. We make seat covers, tailored to fit your cushions. Also door panels, back panels and arm rest* that will bring added comfort and real cliurm to the Interior ot your car. We also do headlining, sedan top-decking and convertible tops. We. rebuild truck seats, fit rubber mats; cut. fit and — bind back seat carpets. We also do heavy duty custom sewing. ^ Let your Auto Upholstery troubles be our troubles. Our annual ChristmM and holiday special: Price reduction •« all services and materials. Come In for estimates. It Is a pleasure to serve you at our -work will be a pleasure to you. Thomas J. Lilly & Son For th* Best in Tailored Auto Trim vices were conducted nt 2:30 p. m today in the Funeral Home chape In Slkeston, followed by burial it Memorial Park cemetery there. Born in Gibson County, Tenn., Mr. Glascock, n retired farmer, lived in this section for 40 years. Surviving are three sons, Glynn Glascock of plat River, Mo.. Free! Glasscock of Hnytl, Mo., and Austin Glnscock ol Detroit, Mich., three daughters. Mrs. Betty Livers of Cape Glrardenu, Mo.. Mrs. Johnnie Rhodes of Advance. Mo., mid Miss Leys Glascock of Mount Vernon. 111., a stepson, Art Maddux of Slkeston, nnd a stepdaughter. Mrs Pearl Caldwell of Mount Vcrnon Valhalla Funeral Hom e of Hnyti v.'r\s In charge. trail for Ihe olher nine there. Eight ot the men were said to be dressed In prison whites and the other two in stripes. (Continued from Page 1J the line of workers. Some ol the injuries they suffered were inflicted by the desperately resisting Jews. In Jerusalem, nn angry mob grabbed a Jew on Miunillah Street, dragged him through the business center, and shot him to death. The Haifa attack marked the .second straight day of attacks which appeared to put the tough Irgun group squarely in the iiiidd'e of the hostilities loosed n month ago by the United Nations decision to partition Palestine. Reports circulated that the Ir- gun had made its peace with the motlevatcly-mmded Jewish underground army Hagann, and agreed to join in the battle against the Arabs. In another fresh incident follow- ng yesterday's fighting which cost Icnst IE lives, 14 Jews were injured, two scriousrjl .when a Hadassah Hospital-Hebrew University bus was nttuckcd as it passed through the Arab tiVHuter. Army and police authorities betrayed an increasing concern over whether the situation would get out of hand, The violence showed no sign of abating, and unofficial reports spread Hint Irgun and Ha- gunft were preparing new plans aimed at maintaining order on th? highways. Jewish convoys have beea Montgomery Ward DRESS CLEARANCE 431 Greatly Reduced! FALL DRESSES Maya Indians of Yucatan believe that aged vultures enter the dens of nrmadiilos nnd change into armadillos themselves. the three hours before lie left for tournament. The Hartley family of High Poini. N. C., took third place with n 5t-23 consolation victory over the Smith family from Micro, N. C. Mary/and Boxers Defeat Michigan State Team NEW OHl^EANS. Dec. 30. (UP> — University of Maryland boxers, win defeated Michigan State 4'i to 3',! in the Sugar Bowl boxing show, eel tied hown today to enjoy the re mninder of the annual Mid-Win ter sports carnival. The MidWcstcvners rallied to win the 175-pound and hciivyweiyht matches last night but Maryland fighters already luul rolled up a vie? tory margin In earlier bouU. iii // The Razorbacks are on the Air FOR DELICIOUS LOWCOST MEALS! TUNE IN: " ArVumoi Roiorbatki ft. William & Maty in trie DUit&owl New Year'i Day 1:45 P.M. KWEM KXLB KWfC KEUD KGKH KFPW KHOZ WOW AsRE YOU YOU OLD SO AND-SO JOE, C>O YOU KNOW DEAL AT POOLE MOTOR CO. SIDHK\CV< ^ICfc ffi JL *??*•' "'' isa* * •Jg^^^K-S"—* »*" DRIVE IN AND SELL NOW! Drive in today for the highest cash offered anywhere in this section—we buy any make—any model clean used car! Our large turnover of used cars permits us to buy high and sell low. Hundreds of people, anxious for car bargains, nv,e on our waiting list . . . among them, those that want YOUR type car. See Poole Motor Company Now! If You Need Cash, We Have It POOLE MOTOR COMPANY ELMS POOLE, Owner & Operator •**•»'?' South Highway 61 at Steele, MO. Phone Steele 49 Vordcti' UlCEi RECTAL DISEASES (All Types Eice BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIN OFFICE NORTH TENTH Phone 3151 FARM & LOANS Horn* Office, Newark, N. J. IONC TERM mOMPT CVOSINO LOW RATE CALL. WRITE OR SEE RAY WORTHINGTON 115 S. Third St., Blythevilie, Ark. Serrlni This Section W Vein! Authorized Morteoa* Loon Solicitor lor THE PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA STUDEB AKERS CHAMBLIN SALES CO. So let • STUDEBAKER * Servie. £) Enjoy safety and peace of mind through regular car E inspection. • Cut in Good Running Order _^ B « New Paint Job JQ • Check Electrical System H • Brake Lining and Steering J[ ** A good §el«cUon of new md used trucki. 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