The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 13, 1947 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 13, 1947
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^THURSDAY. MARCH 13, 1947; Oil Tanker Crew Awaits Rescue Heavy Seas Disable Merchant Vessel In Stormy Pacific , March 13— (UP) Forty-two crew members of the^S S. Port Dearborn, broken in two In heavy sens, huddled on the stern section today awaiting the arrival of a merchant ship rushing to their r rescue. • . The Hawaiian sea frontier snicl a PB4Y plane located tile stricken vowel 800 miles Northwest of Honolulu. it reported the stern section was "riding well" m heavy sens, but the bow section afeearecl lo be sinking. No survivors were seen j n the water or on tlie bow section, leading tlie search plane's pilot to b£>;ve n!l 42 officers and men might' be safely aboard the stern half rait- ing for rescue by any of several .ships rushing to the area The tanker, bound for' Shanghai from San Francisco with no.oofl barrels of Diesel oil, flashed urgent distress messages yesterday but gave no details other than that the ' ship was broken in two at 3G . degrees North latitude mid 160 <le- Ifrces West longitude." Two Army and two Navy iMancs were ready at Midway Island lo fly to the rescue if needed, the Navy £3lCi. Skippered By capt. R. j. MR- Iioney, the Port Dearborn left San Francisco March 4. the vessel lias a net • tonnage of e,3oi tons and was bperated by the keystone Shipping Company for the U S. Maritime Commission. Bevin Arrives In Moscow * *•***«** B1.YTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Masked MenRaid Bank in Te! Aviv British Put Blame 0» trgun Zvai Lcumi; Sandits Got $60,000 _ JERUSALEM. Mmvli r,l.—(UP) —'Ul'i—ElRhl masked tiu-n uuiu'd *ilh tommy KUIIS mid |>lslol s held HP UH. Aslmil Hanks In the tieiirt <'• '1V1 Aviv ni noon tutluv imd es- '"'JX'il wlllj $60,000. ''"lice salt! they bi'llovu the bail- nils were members of tin; ivginii ;( '"l Li'imil Ortihnlziillon. which «'Sts of tinnncliig its operations ':•' sui'h liictlcu. Burlier lotlny nn automobile wus si Win In Jiiffu, a iismil occurrence bi'full! , ln Ii'uiin mid. 'I lie bandits Pi'osumably filtered lluoUKh the iimrtlal ln\v cordon uruiind (lie clly. ^viuming (nlo tin- bunk,- liic rolj- u> -r s ordered the employes to clrsi- •'<! wlmlo w shutters niitl thru rulso ll'i'lr hnnds. The Intruders then filtered I he bunk's vmills. The clnmlc.sline nn^uia itudlo 'Voice of Israel- charitcd Hint the '•rltlxh ' -.»-.. I.... . . ^•rr^rs* — Baptist Women Meet OSCEOLA, Ark., March 13.—Mrs. J. H. Brown was hostess to members of Circle One and Mrs. C M Harten hostess to members of Circle Two of the Woman's Missionary Union of the Baptist Church Monday afternoon for regular meetings. • Mrs. W. B, McWilliams was program leader for Circle One, for which Mrs. c. E. Dean conducted the business session. Mrs Ed Williams read the devotional. Mrs. I. S. Burton was program leader for Circle Two and others participating were Mrs. Philpot and Mrs. Senrcy A brief business meeting was held, followed with the devotional by Mrs A F Thorne. ' '' Refreshments were served following both meetings. Too Much Genius HOLLYWOOD. March 13. Xu-r-,- -•Rita Hayworth, explaining the -enc? -'jol her three-year marriage to Orso;i •AVelles, Hollywood's famous -union of beauty and brains, said' (oday she couldn't stand genius 24 hours n day. - .' -; "We have agreed to discontinue • our marriagci" she said. "I just can't take his genius any more." Actor-Writer-[Director Radio • Commentator - Movie Producer Politician-Columnist Welles said they agreed to no such thing. ''We are separated, but oiih< geographically," he said. "Rita i s in Palm Springs and I'm here working and wishing i were in Palm Springs." King Henry HI, of England, kept a pet polar bear in the Tower of • London, and allowed it to swim', nncl fish in the Thames. General Denies Molofov Charge I McNarney Answers Russian on Policy In American Zone By RICHARD CLARK (United Press Start Correspondent) FRANKFURT, March 13. (DP) — Gen. Joseph T. McNarney jected a charge b'y Soviet Foreign Minister V. M. Molotov Ihut units of German troops were being maintained in the American Occupation Zone of Germany. "We cotnpietcly reject the accusation," McNarney said when uskcd lor comment on Molotov's reported assertion yesterday that 9,000 Germans were being maintained in auxiliary detachments In the U. S. Zone. McNarney is the retiring military governor of the American Zone. He will turn over the post Saturday to Lt. Gen. Lucius D. Clay, who is moving up from the position of deputy military governor. He said that while the demilitarization of the zone was "well on the way toward accomplishment, th major tasks are ns yet only begun. Those he described as the re-euuea- j tion of the German people and set- I ting up a peaceful and stable Ger 1 man economy. ! 'McNarney also rejected a protest -by... the;' Polish government on tire hnaiiitchhncc of "Polish guard units 1 ' [ which the Army has armed to guar<; supplies and military Installation-; "We have every intention of maintaining such Polish units as are needed in the United States Zone " he said. ' However, he added that members of the units co»ld er> bnnie to Poland any time they desired. Camps for displaced persons In the U. S. Zone will be continued until they are repatriated or resettled, McNarney said. Molotov had said that a decision had been reached to remove r'^t-^^n^ —_ sons from camps and - deny them special privileged. nlshed from the-European-theater for any demand that might result of POU - PARR° TS Pre .Tested in „, Poll-Parrots have the ^ood looks cliiMrcn want, the kind of fit .ind support they need, the long weir children's shoes must give. Prc-Tcsling on the feet of active youngsters has made this suncriomv possible..." without guesswork ...for your child's protection. Come in ind choose from our complete selection.' Family Shoe Store Phone 2342 312 West Main St. Women Sweep All Males Out Of Office in Grass Lake, Wii GRASS LAKE, Mich., March 13. (UP) —The men of. Grass Lake (pop. 8QQ) sut -.»•;; lodav and snlrt to the women: Okay, let's see you run the town. The women were seven candidates—most of whom admitted br-- ing over 40—who swept every seat, in local elections Monday. . It. wn s partly a gag. Seems someone stuck tip., a picture of seven whisllc-tyijc glamor"t'lrls in a local store window ami identified them as tlie candidates. Not that ttie voters didn't know batter. They—!25 of them flocked to the palls for the petticoat experiment. That was about 10D 'better than last year's turnout. "I guess, the men wanted to see what we could do for a change." said Helen McColl, the new village president. Siie s ni(fect. "They'll probably change their minds after a year." 'Miss McColl. a lumber company bnokkenner. will hold office two years. She defeated Leon Lockvroocl, a factory employe, by 84 to 39. She said -.he women had bsen tnying to stimulate interest in local elections and- de:dled to oppose the perennial men's ticket. from President Truman's request to Congress for aid to Greece and Turkey. A farewell press conference by McNarney was •attended-by American, Allied and "German rbporiers.' The retiring commander In Ger- [ many reiterated - his earlier estimates that the occupation would icquire "10 lo 15 years." "I see no hope of solving the problem of Jewish displaced persons, until the sfenus of Palestine is settled." he said. He nriclcd that he "hoped" to see the 500,000 displaced persons in the zone reduced by one-half this year through resettlement and repatriation. Wlint happened was that women voters raHioii lo their banner, ami ft kit of men too. _ Mrs. lona Wright, a candidate 101- trustee,- ended ii|> treasurer through a printing error- oil the baliot. Mrs. Mnbel . HiiKiulon. bidding for treasurer, ended up a trustee. They're going to stay that -way. Miss McColl and nor . colleagues Kct to boss Grass Lake's single em- ploye, William M. Schafolc, who for $175 a.month is the police, water street and lighting di'imilmcnts. SchaiWc was talking about quitting. Mack Grider Auxiliary Plans for District Meeting OSCEOLA. March 12.—The Mack Grider Unit 150 of the American Legion Auxiliary met Tuesday night In the home of Mrs. P. O. Givyn, with Mrs. Eva Tnvvor aiul MI-J! Kntherine Lamb serving as co- hostesses. yj 1 ) Mrs. Jinunie Bass, president, prh- sltlcd at the business session mid Introduced the following visitors from Blytlicvllle; Mrs. C. S. Bug- fell, who is the Fifth District president. Mrs. M. A. Mlddlelon, tho Blythevlllc Unit seci-etriry, Mi-j. J. M. -Cleveland.. the Blylliovllle unit historian. f ' - * '. -- CM t The Osceola iinii will be hostess for the Fifth District iriccL1i>K '.o be held at the American Legion lint April 12. April wus designated- ns Child Welfare 4 \!oiitii and a program of work, wiis outlined Th- president read; a letter. from lh« Osccoln Legion .commander, D. Fi ed Taylor, Jr., Inviting the mixlllnrv members to be guests at n dinner nt the American Legion Hut Wednesday evening. Tiie .hostesses sc:ved refreshments at the conclusion ol the nicetiny. 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