The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 14, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 14, 1947
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' PAGE TWO I3LYTJIEVILLE (ARK.) COUUIRR NEWS il's Aides Run '" D«eMr Press Ag«nt ; , FoT Howard Hitalies J 'Bock in New York ,1,.>NE1JV~Y6RK, Aug. 14, (UP) — 1 Johnny Meyer, Ho v. aid Hughes.', tfrce-Ependln?'press agent who. is : . booked for a ret\iru engagement v .beforg a Senate sub-cojnjniUec i>>- vestlpiUng his boss wartifne nti- *plantf contracts, was iej>oitecl bacK in 'N$w York tpday, Daunting the cltj's jiliLshicst nUlitclubs where hu won his spurs as a party-giver. aur- ing the »ar Wliere Meyer ft<u> =1-; ing was a •secret U. S. nisu'siwls and pretty Patricia Miles'••would liko to know. iEut he said.lie planned to vomnin here for awhile with friends. The portly press agent, who provided the'comedy in lasl .week's Senate'imesilfiation of his expense accpuiit^,ahd"cntertttjntnunt of high army, officers., was wanted by 'the marshals who -had a subpcna to serve; oh him. ^ ( iMiis Allies n'nightclub clgirel •girl, had a warrant out lor his af- Ksl, fclmrglng that he was, the father of her six months old son. . Meyer disappeared >'r.lday short • ; ly after the Senate sub-com!ii' decided it wanted him to reappeai • before H again. Ills whereabouts were .unknown until Monday ni^rit when he visited the El Morocco. He ; : saidJie had been staying In 'Richmond, Va.. not far frcm Washington, alone. .. Meyer letl Washington without bothering -to pick up his luggage from; the; Statlur Hotel. U. S. marshals who liaye beeii trying to serve - him with a snbpcna-salri his bag- gage'was still In his hotel room. In'Washington, Prank Doiw.-ncl- - ,!ng qommisslpner uf customs, said (.. he had.iiistrucleti ciislonis collectors '.J" at all ports to stop Meyer If he • should try to leave the Uh|ted States. .'"-.' THURSDAY, AUGUST M, 1947 : li 1 I / , • . ' '•".•'•• •^'I'.ii'A'-'J';•••?". ••':•: .-,,.v,_ it-S^'f 1 -* Conchccl nil the way down by an 1 instructor using n loudspeaker. llicsc IJritish officers parachute for itie first time in a practice jump from an old barrage balloon 700 feet in the uir at Upper Hey ford. England. Mass Training Plan for Fliers Offered by Movie Actor Powell By OHATll.KS CORDDRY UnUrii Press AviuiUm Writer WASHINGTON. Allg, 14. I UP) Dick povvcl), former Arkansan, Ihc novle actor, informs by ulr innll hnt he Is mils about, avlaUon, .hlnks it's wonderful, and wants 0 turn mil a million prlvntc filers 1 year. "Along with two other aviation lots out here iHollywmxl), I've ;nken over Die National FllcliL System," writes the dimpled .s'.ur who gave up crooning for toujjh screen roles. "We fully Intend to tench' 1.000.000 men nnd womi'ri to fly ench yonr." That's [i lot of pilots. The private plane manufacturer* will love him. After 40-r.cld years of aviation hislory. America today boasts only •WO.COO licensed civilian pilots. There arc 93,000 civil aircraft. ISut Powell snys tlie outfit of which lie has become president is "making the first application of niiiss sales principles, to private llylny." It functions In 400 cities and Ntmlcnls can pay us Hltle as | $15 a month. I "We're »oli!^ after tlie people I who never go near an iihport and get them Into the nlr," says the! husband of June Allyson, wiio may need a bit of coaxing her.self before she tries Hying. Tills Is Powell's offer: GroujiO-scho'i) home Instruction, IliKht training and discounts on plane runtnl for a three-year period, croj-s-country privileges, pitip.e pnr- chi'sc discounts, advanced techni- ical training mid |iost-grail«atc course opportunities"As you cnn see, It's quite a uatitage," he says. -fotiil cost ^240, and it turns out sufu and t;anc pilots. Prospcc- tivi' nliiinnl v. Nitllonal Kilglit Eyilrni Irani the word 'camion 1 before lliey Icavn anything else." Hend Courier News Wimt Ads. Parkin Aviator Killed In Crash of Small Plant PARKIN, Ark., Au;r. 1-1. (UP) Funeral services were being plannc'l today for Richard II. 1'stcn. 22- yepr-old Paikln mail carrier v ho V/HS Injured fatally yesterday when his small p'.ane crashed tH'ar lievo. Peters died soon af:er tlie tr.irh in a M?mpl)is Hospital. Commission Quits I TK-RAiRK'ANA, Ark., Aug. !•!. iUP) I —The City of Tex^rkiiiin '.:; withuul ! a civil Service commission tcJ;iy. 1 lie entire eommissicu reji.':Jicd when the'city council v.rnt ovor Us I head to appoint a permanent chk'f of police, The council named G.-ady Jlo'.ws permanent chief, rcj-lacina 11. lin Giles wlio resigned Aug. 1. HOW YOU WILL BENEFIT BY. READING the world 1 ! deity nevipaptr— THE CnxISllAt) SCIENCE MONITOR* YOU »>u . urwif or* of the bcsl-!ofqrrr»£d persons in your ^opimunily on world affairs when you icad this wC(lcJ-wid<? daily newspaper tegular'/- You will gain iieih, new vicwpoinls, a fuller, nche< und«rslor^Jirvj ol today's vital news— PLUS hc-'p iVom its excfusi^e ffalurei on honi* making, education business, i heater, musi'c, ;cdio, sports, Subscribe now to Ihis special "got- ICquointCd" cfler —1 month fo (D. S. fund!) The Christian Scit-nco Publishing Soclely One Moiwciy 51 reef Sot ton 13, Ma« , If S. A. * Enclosed 1* $', fc< which pfeorc lend me The ; SoyrKv MonJKjr lor one month PB-5 t-Jamc ___________ .., --------------- .._.-___.,.._., --, Zone Slate _ Form Bequeathed Mrs. FDR Sought For Blind Veteran ' Tenn., Allg 14, . (UP)— A group of war veteran's suggested lodny that Mrs. Eleanoi Roosevelt tiitn over the farm willed Uo her by a'.-ll.-yenr-old bacholoi preacher to a Tennessee veteran who 'lost his sight -In. the buttle of tlje bulge. .Attorney James N. Hardin, stale . commander of the Veterans of Foreign 'Wars, disclosed that he hac sent I a telegram lo Mrs. , Rooscvcl in behalf of the Alidrev, 1 Johnsoi Post: - '• ' ••'- ••''•'... Hardin said-, .that the- veteran. identified :as ; 'Hbwiird .Turner, had "expressed^ ;V ... desire to - 'own the farm-" :, ;..7.,'..s' f '. ; . Th'e estate; valued at between $15,000 and $S6,00"0. was bequeathed Mrs." Roosevelt' by the late Rev. A B. Starnes. .'• ; West Coast Seen As Locale of 1948 Demo Convention WASHINGTON, Allg. 14..<UP> — Democratic sources said today there Is n good clmiice the |):irty will liol Us 1D48 inuliiiKil convention on Ihn West Coast—either In Smi Francisco or i.os Angok's. FrcsWent Tnunmi wns said bj sonic sources la fnvor Cliicago ns llic convention site. So fin-. Philadelphia is the only city which Ims nuulc ;i definite bid for (ho Democi'ullc ycl-Uigcllier.' But Chlaigo. iLos Angeles nnci Sun Francisco me expected to submit Invitations before the time comes for n decision by the National Committee. Republicans have decided to hold their IMS convention in Phil- adelgihlii. Lcachyillc Man Enlists Jerry B. Hancock, son of Mrs. Ethel M. Hnncock of Leachville, l;ns enlisted in the Rcgulur Army for a two-year period. Staff Sergt. Don C ^ciil of the Blythevillc Recruiting t bltxtion announced today. 22 f/az/j Condemned To Death on Gallows DACHAU, Germany. Aug. 14. (UP) —A military court sentenced 22 former • officials of--the -Busheiuvajd Coiicentratlon Oamp today to death by hanging:' •-"'"'/• V Five othef defent5ants' t including Tlse Koch.-sadistlc wife oflhe canip r.ctnniandani^were given life terms, and four; others were sentenced to prison fpr'fromllp 16 20 years. • Among those given .the death sentence were Dr.-Hans RLscle, tin SS officer, and 'Hans Schmidt, \vlio was carried Into the'courtroom on n stretcher to hear .the decision of the elghUman tribunal. It was the second Lime Eisele had been sentenced to death. 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