The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 7, 1947 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 7, 1947
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FACE SIX Cubaiv Airliner Crashes; 11 Die 1 " Fire Crew Members Were Americans, Madrid Dispatch Says MADRID Fob 7 (UP)—Aloiir- Mijlrted Cuban airliner en route from Havana to Madrid crashed Into » Spanish mountain ro»;;e list night, Wiling all H persons •board Including five Amerlcrm crew rhembers, It was disclosed today by Civil Aviation officials. •n» Skymaster "Ruta de Colon' plunged Into a peak In Avila province, midway between Lisbon nr.d Mardid. A dispatch from the gqv empr ol the province said the "lis- mster occurred about 5 p. in. in the Grcdos Mountains. A. message asking permission to rnnke a forced landing was received here at 2:51 i>. n>. mil no Jiirther word was heard from the plane. The dispatch from Avila province said all of the eight crew numbers and three passengers wcro burned to death. Rafael Alvarez, vice-president 01 Cuban International Airways Co. operators of the plane, was aboard as n. member of the crew Tlie Americans were lisle:! n: |-. A..-B.. Kyger, pilot; Lee Huriow eo pilot, M R Russell s co tt pilot; p. L. Neff, navigator, and H. B. Peters, mechanic. Diamond Mining Bill Fails to Get .Committee Okay LITTLE ROCK, Ark.. Fel>. 1. (UP) --The House of Representatives today., will receive "without recommendation" a bill authorizing the slate of Arkansas to acquire Pike County lands containing diamond mines. - The decision to make no recom- mendation'was made by the House Mines and Mining Committee fol- loYJing a meeting last night! iiThe bill proposes thai tl>c 823- acfc tract be bought for a state park. However, its author, Rep. Tatbof Fetid, Jr., of Hempsiead, said the proposed purchase would reveal the identity of the owner of the lands "who for'41 years has Hone nothing to develop the industrial diamonds on the properly." _JFeil.d said a dollar admission fee frSm the thousands of tourists who » Would come to see the United States' , only diamond mine In operation would make it "pay for itself." .... He asserted that since Great Bri- tain.owns all other diamond mines : in-the world, "it is logical to assume that they may own the Arkansas mine which they wish to hold in reserve to protect their diamond mines in South Africa and other , places." ttiJtllf. MUNigiFAl, COUltT FOR L ; THE CITY OF BLYTHSVILI.C, ' ARKANSAS. W. A. Spence Pliiinliff ^ ; VS. , Weeley Wren and '. 3. Lee Bcarden Gin., .Defendants - WARNING ORDEU •;;TO NpELEY WREN, defendant jn the above styled cause: You are hereby warned lo appear in this court within thirty days and' answer ;lh£-.complaint of the Plaintiff. Dated this the! 1G any of January, 1SH7. I -. * FRANK WHIT WORTH Clerk of the Municipal Court ljn-24-31-217 POUBIEE Hannegan Tosses Truman's Hat In 1948 Presidential Campaign NEW YORK, Feb. 7. (UP)— President Truman's hat was In the ring for the 1948 presidential race today. H was put there last nlghl by Postmaster General Robert E. Han- neRan, chairman of the Democratic National Committee. 'We arc ready to call upon our President again as the man who proved himself fit for the Job," Hannegan told a gathering of postal supervisors. "America will give him the support and loyalty that he deserves of us all. through the yenrs ilicad. " Asked later If his statement put the President In the 1948 race, Hannegan replied: 'Vcs. [ am for him most slnccre- h As far as I'm concerned this l>uts his hat In Ihe ring." The White House refused lo comment on'the speech anrt It wan not known If Mr. Truman had advance kiinviledKe of Ilanneeaii's •.tatcmenf. However, liannegan conferred with the President earlier Ibis week. Since llnnnecHii Is the national j.spokesman for the Democratic Parly. political observers considered his I announcement equal to an official statement by the White House that the President would run for another term. As titular head of tlic Democratic Party, Mr. Truman cun have the nomination in 1918 if he wants it. "The people of America have learned that Harry Truman wears well," Hannegan said. "It is true that in the beginning, many Americans did not know the abilities of this man who' had bcromc President." Now, Hannegan added, the country has seen Mr. Truman "set nn example for these critics by rising above political animosities." "The world is hungering lor more of that kind of leadership." he said. "The world needs moire, statesmen with vision and a firm, unswerving stride. 'Here In America, we shall march on with President Truman towurd our goal as a prosperous jicople, a strong and secure nation. "We have gone fur and fast, but the task of leading us to peace and 1 plenty is not accomplished in a day nor a year. ' "Until that work Is clone, we are [ rendy to call upon our President again as the man who has proved himself fit for the Job. America will give him the support and loyalty *™ ==== ^~^^E3B3^^ES^=^B]=^=JC^= RITZ 'THEATRE Manila, Ark. that he deserves of us all, through the years abend." Democrats' Vim 1(1 IK Comment Hannesan's Hat endorsement was the first the Democrats have had to say about the 1910 presidential race. Previously they have let the Republicans, who have several leaders vying for the nomination, do the talking. Hnnnenan made a Innf; and detailed account of the Democratic administration since President Truman succeeded to Die presidency April 12. 1915, and listed the jobs the President had accomplished with "personal courage. Integrity and filate.sman.ship." "SVc are on our way toward peace and prosperity because the leadership of President Harry Truman has been a leadership of Integrity and rjood will, of courage and foresight," he said. Mr. Truman has followed a course, "not between right and lull, but between r l«jht and wrong," he added. Prom that course the President "has never deviated and never will," HanncRiin credited Mr. Truman with saving the lives of hundreds ol thousands ol American soldiers by his decision lo use the atom bomb on Japan and with having done much lo put the United -States It) the leadership for world peace He praised Mr. Truman's domes- lie policies, his stand on rent control, laboi -management problems, development of atomic enrnjy, housing and on tlie budget and taxes. CHICK THEATRE "Where Happiness Costt So Little" WKEKDAYH Bon Office Opens 8:45 p.m. Show AUrti 7:0* p.m. Friday and Saturday "Riding the California Trail" with lilbtrt Roland as "The Cisco Kid 1 Cartoon and 9th Chapter of "Zorro's Black Whip" SATURDAY OWL SHOW Shadows Over Chinatown with I " •'*!!.: -;i s C barley Chan Plus Cartoon , For Real m OIL HEATING * COMFORT ',/,/ « < ' *» FOR REAL OIL HEAT. ING COMFORT,"Dmo", the Sinclair Dinouur, recommends Sinclair Super Flame Fuel Oil. 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Whltock announced thai «» men wao enlist, or re-enlist in l"c corps reserve will be given 111" Open 6:30 p.m.; Show BUrta 7 ».» Friday »nd Saturday "SAN ANTONIO KID" with Will Bill Elliott as licit Rider Serial: "Son of the Guardsman" Also Short Subjects SATURDAY J11DXITK SIIO\V~ "FEAR" .with 1'ctcr Cooksou ami Anne (iHynn Sclcclcil Short Subjects rank held at the time of discharge , from regular service. No physical [ examinations are necessary, and service In tho Inactive reserve counts toward longevity purposes, Capt. Whitlock. pointed out. As for education, volunteer re-. scrvlsL'i may take courses al the Marine Corps Institute in Washington, D. C., and Die Marine Corps Schools In Quanllco, Va., without charge. The Marine Corjw urges all former regular, reserve or inductee marines and "leathernecks" now on active duty who arc Interested in the reserve corps to contact the district hcadquartcis station In Little Rock, or sub-stations In Texarkana, El Dorado, Joncsboro, Rus- sollvlllc or Rogers. Two Seek May or't Office HELENA, Ark., Fell. 7. (UP)— Helena's race for mayor today has developed Into a two-way affair, following an announcement hv J. T. Hornor that he Is a candidate. nor- nor, Helena businessman, will op- iwsc Mayor Sam W. Tnppan for re-election. FKIDAY, FEBKUAKY 7, 1947 Michigan Republican Blasts GOP Tax Policy WASHINGTON, Feb. 7—(UP> — Rep. Albert J. Engel, R., Mich., today accused hi, party leadership of following a "punt and prayer" policy on Income tax reduction plans. 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