The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 21, 1947 · Page 14
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PACE BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEW* Bus-Truck Crash Fatal for Three Victim* Burned in Cab pf Amiy Vehicle; Fir* Other* Injured WOBILK, AU., HOT. 31 (OT>_ TTiree Person* were burned to death and fire w«re injured today when a Greyhound bus and an Army truck collided 30 miles South of b«n, the Alabama Highway Patrol reported. The victims. »o far unidentified, were trapped in the cab of the army truck and were believed to be sol- di*™. The five injured persons, not believed seriously hurt, were riding ' in the bus and were removed to Jackson County hospital at Pascagoula. Miss. Alabama nignway inspector C. T. Barret said the crews were working with blow torches to remove the three charred bodies from the wreckage. The wreck, believed to have occurred In a driving rain, was just across the state line Into Mississippi. But Alabama highway patrolmen were the first to reach the scene. The bus was en route from Mobile to New Orleans on U. S. Highway 80. Inspector Barret said he hud no details as to what caused the accident. The hospital . said five persons were brought there. They w Identified as Mrs. Orillia A. Kean, Los Angeles; Mrs. E. L. Park, Pascagoula, Miss.; Gilbert Smith and W. P. Vainer, both of Bylacauga, Aal., and Pfc. Robert E. H1U, ol Keesler Field, Ala. Extent of their Injuries was not immediately learned. < Series of Evangelistic Services Planned in First Christian Church Th« R«T. John W. Frye, »outhern regional evangelist for Arkansa*, Mississippi and Tennessee Disciples of Christ, will hold series of evangelistic meeting at the First Christian Church here beginning Monday night, 7:30 o'clock. The Rev. Mr. Frye was educated at Johnr.on Bible College, Kimbcrlln Heights, Tenn.; Hiram College, Hiram, Olilo; University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich.; and Union Theological Seminary New York, N. Y. He will come to BIytheville from LitJU* Rock where he has been in j charge of a revival at the Wright Avenue Christian church. He will be accompanied here by his wife, who will lead th« congregational singing. The Rev. Mr. Frye Is here under' the sponsorship of Die Department of Church Development and Evan- gillsm of the United Christian Missionary Society. The Disciples of Christ, of which the First Christian Church of BIytheville is a part, have as their goal for tlle Crusade for a Christian world, two million members of 1050. Mrj. John C. McHnney 1« in Bradley Gets High Army Post Truman Names VA Boss to Succeed General Eisenhower WASHINGTON, Nov. 21 (UP1 — Gen. Omar N. Bradley will succeed Gen. Dwighl D. Elsenhower as army chief of staff, President Truman nnouncert today. Urndley, who is veterans administrator, will be succeeded by Carl R. Gray, Jr., vice president of the The Rev. J. W: Frye charge of the music for the scries, and special programs using the Mans Catlicdcrn! Chimes and the Hammond organ are planned. Boy Scout Leaders In East Arkansas Meet in Memphis Noble Qill, BIytheville business man and Boy Scout worker, was appointed chairman of the annual leoutlng meeting ot the Eastern Arkansas District at a meeting of the Executive Committee of the district In Memphis last night. • Mr. GUI, who is also chairman ol the North Mississippi County Scout committee, will have charge of arrangements for the annual meeting which will b« held in BIythe- ville Jan. 23. Members ol the Executive Committee discussed the appointment of a council executive to succeed Ward Akers of Jonesboro, who resigned last September, and appointed a special committee to study applications and interview persons seeking to Jill the position. Joe Crosier of Trumann was appointed u a, member. Other Mississippi County scouting executives besides Mr. Gill and Mr. 'Young attending Ins}, night's mttting were I. a. Nash of Blythe- lendorf, and Nathan Weinbere of Osceola WAR PROFITS (Continued from Page 1) electric firm nor profited from It, nslstlng his only Interest was to see the LsMarres profit. But Lawrence Bell, president of Bell Aircraft Corp., had testified he ave Aviation Electric $1,053,000 worth of subcontracting business because Meyers asked him to. And Lamarre had told tile subcommittee he went after Bell subcontracts because Meyers told him they were there to get. Under questioning by Subcommittee Chairman Homer Ferguson, R., Mich., Meyers said that "If Larry Bell says I had mentioned Aviation Electric and had stated the owners were friends of mine, I agree with him." But he-insisted he "never specifically recommended that he give orders to. Aviation Electric." Asked how Lamarre found out about Bell's subcontracts, Meyers said he didn't know, but he added "it's perfectly possible that when I saw Lamarre I mentioned to him that Bell was looking {or subcontractors." "You were Interested to see that the Lamarrcs prospered?" Ferguson asked. "That is correct," Cadillac Meyers replied. Gift National Cotton Council Plans Annual Convention ATLANTA, Qa., Nov. .21. (U.P.) —The National Cotton Council today planned its 10th annual meet- 17 cotton producing ing here Jan. 21-23 for industry leaders ' slates. D. W. Brooks, general manager of the Georgia Cotton Producers Association said the theme of the meeting would be "Cotton—In a World of Uncertainty." Brooks said the meeting would discuss insect control programs, mechinazition of cotton production, research, and foreign trade. One of the key note addresses will be made by Oscar Johnston of :Soott, Miss., .council president since 1939. ' Advertising Recommended For Farm Folk WASHINGTON, Nov. 31 (UP) — John H. Davis, executive secretary of the National Council of Farmer Cooperatives Indicated today that farmers could learn a lot <inel earn more money—by advertising. Davis told a senate subcommittee that farmers and their products have lost ground "in competing" for a share of the family budget to producers of non-agriculture subcommittee planning a long-range farm program that farmers must operate on a self-help basis in programs of marketing, processing, distribution, conservation and farm credit. "For farmers, free enterprise means inaxium emphasis on self- help and a minimum reliance on government action programs," ne said. Cooperative* are not a "cure- all" for farm problems, Davis said, but they could serve as "peace setters" In improving the welfare of agriculture. Lamarre had testified that a part of Meyers' alleged secret profits was In the form of "expense" payments and the gift of a Cadillac automobile. The subcommittee brought out that Meyers made a false Affidavit about the cnr In 1942. Meyers' explanation was that It was a "routine form." Meyers swore out" the affidavit before a notary public on Jan. 3 1942, in applying for a District of Columbia license for the Cadillac The affidavit stated that Aviation Electric had "paid for and used the cnr before Dec. 31, 1941, the final date on which automobiles could be bought on a free market. A government freeze order went into effect on Jan. 1. "Did the Aviation Electric Company use this blue Cadillac car prior to Jan. 1, 1943?" Ferguson asked. 'No, sir," Meyers replied. "Is that your signature?" Ferguson demanded. "Yes, that is my signature, Mey-* ers said, adding that he considered the affidavit a routine form to get the license and did not give it any attention when he signed it. Meyers said he arranged to get the car in order to accommodate Lamarre who, he said, had telephoned that he needed an automobile because "transportation was getting difficult." Ho said Lamarrc's testimony alxr the car was "just not so." Lamarre had tolci Investigators that Meyers got the car and had him pay for It with company funds. Lamarre said Northwestern Railway Blum Says Reds Are Waging War Premier Designate For France Trying To Save Democracy PARIS, Nov. 21. (U.P "I— Premier Designate loon Blum charged In the National Assembly today that international Communists "have openly declared war on French democracy." j Blum, 76-year-old Socialist, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1947 the Atr Force ofilcer kept It for Ills personal use. Meyers reiterated his denial of having profited from the company and asserted his only Interest was to lend it money to help Lamarre and his wife, Mildred. He. has safd he felt obligated to the couple because of the alleged nve-year "love alTalr" which, the general testified, he curried on with Mrs. LnraniTC with the approval mid acquiescence of her husband. Meyers also defended has wartime margin transactions in government bonds. He said he considered the transactions Investments and not speculations as Ferguson described them. The retired.officer, who was second from the top In Air Force procurement in the latter part of the war, said he once had a capital gains profit of $80,000 or $90,000 oh H.000,000 of government bonds lie and liis wife bought on margin. However, he said this profit has ince been wiped out by losses. Chicago Co. MaJ. Oen. Clifton B. Gates will succeed Gen. A. A. Vandegrift as commandant of the Marine Corps. The President at a news conference also announced that the resignation of Oen. Robert, Littlejohn as War Assets Administrator will be accepted ns of Nov. 28. Bradley will return to the War Department 13cc. 1 to take advantage of sonic accumulated leave and also to make a first hand survey ol various army headquarters around the country before replacing Eisenhower. The President said that Bradley actually would not take over as chief of staff until Elsenhower departs to become President of Columbia University. ' Asked when this would be, the President said he could not answer and that it was up to Eisenhower. Thus Eisenhower was put Into rather an unusual position of hav- i'ut a designated successor walt- iiijf on deck anr! waiting for Mi planned resignation to take effect. Whether the President's action today would speed Eisenhower's departure from the government remained to be seen. Persons close to Eisenhower had mentioned April 1 as a possible date, but some administration quarters yesterday anticipated that the wartime commander of the allied armies in Europe wotild leave about Feb. 1. It had long been expected that Bradley, "the GI's general," would succeed Elsenhower when the present chief of staff goes.into civilian life. Bradley presumably will take a rest after Dec. 1 and then begin the "breaking In" process of becoming chief. The designations of Bradley and Gates completed the selections or new heads for three of the services —the Army. Navy and Marines. Adm. Chester W. Nlmitz retires shortly in favor of Adm. Louis Denfield us chief of naval operations. There 'L not expected to he any early change in the post of chief of staff of the Air Force, now held by Gen. Carl A. Spaatz. The selection of Gray to be veterans administrator came as some- , appeared before the assembly to present Ills program for a ernmen^ he was trying to form. The ate of his effort depended on an assembly vot*. of confidence In him, ' session.. Laney Toying With Third Term Ideas PINE BLUFF, Ark., Nov. 21 (U.P.)—A Little Rock newspaper (the Arkansas Democrat) said today that supporters of Gov Ben Laney have asked memljcrs of the County Judges Association what they want legislatively If he decides to run for a third term. Hailing the move as the first concrete Indication that Gov Laney might run for a third term, the Democrat said the request came from W. J. (Bill; Smith, former executive secretary to the governor and now a Little . I* 00 * attorney, smith met with k> be taken later In tho • some °' H'e Judges during their •meeting here last night. Before, he spoke, the French , T he .9 lllef executive spoke, the French Oommunlsts served notice that they were alining at supreme control of France. The country's crisis was becoming graver by the hour, with the strike of more than 'lJO.000 workers edging toward the proporlioas of a general strike. Some 150.000 citizen soldiers had been recalled to the colors. The assembly chamber was crowded to capacity when Blum spoke. He looked less careworn than he did yesterday when he was sounding out his chances of forming p. government to succeed I that of the resigned Paul Rama- dicr. Newspapers said the government had learned that the communists hne! mobilized their cells throughout the country for possible action Saturday o r Sunday. This was not officially confirmed, nor was there any Indication whether it was he reason for calling up the .roops_ appeared before the association last ,„„,„ and complimented it on Its work. Read Courier News Want Ads. Phone 2054 W. H. (Bill) PEASE t . Local Agent For Hultl* Venetian Blinds Master Metal Weather Stripping "Lato" All Metal Screens National Window Guardi Screen iloor Grilles Mule Hide Nu-Top Roofing Asphalt Tlle Rock Wool Insulation —Kree Estimates— FRAZIER Bus Lines Hew Location 105 North Lake Street PHONE 2391 Buses to — • ARMOREL • HUFFMAN • PROMISED LAND^ • NO. 9 ' ? • STATE LINE CHARTER BUSES fat Shop in Connection 1 V Good Foods To Delight You! The whole family loves to eat in H really fine restaurant—especially Mother. Treat them 'al! to our luscious, appetizing food served in the finest manner. 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