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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 9, 1951 BLtTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE B-29 Reported Missing Near Red Teritory Air Fore* Reports Unidentified Plane Spotted Near Bomber TOKYO W) — A B29 Superior! • disappeared yesterday inertly after tyadar picked up an unidentified ' plane'approaching it from the direction of the Russian-held Kurlles the Far East Air Forces said today The Air Force «atd radar tracks of the two planes merged. It did'not say the unidentified plane was Russian or that the Su perfort was attacked. The FEAP reported - armed Thunderjet fighters wer« guardEn planes searching fur the rmssin B29. It disappeared off .Eastern Hokkaido, Japan's northernmos Island, which Is separated by narrow strait from the Kuriles. The spokesman said a voice dla tre.« call In English, persumaW from the bomber, was heard anc then a crew member shouted: "Let's get the hell out of here." The newspaper Asahi aaid 'Japanese police reported a plane, belching black smoke, crashed into the wa near Nemuro, Northeast Hokkaido, at about 2:20 p.m. yw- terday. They said the plane hit in RuslRn-controlled territory. The spokesman refused comment on that. Tti« Air Force said the Japan- based Superfort was on a routine flight at 1^.000 feet and "was under the customary U. S. radar observation." The radar plot showed it was Leading east. The Air Force added: ^ Tracks Merced ^ "A second but unidentified sighting was plotted at about 2:15 p.m. on & westerly heading about seven miles inside Japanese territory. "The tracks of the unidentified aircraft and the B29 were followed until they merged on the radar scope about eight miles northwest of Nemuro, which point Is in Japanese territory about 15 miles, from the international border. "The merged radar tracks, still over Japanese ' territory, continued southeast for a few moments and scope. Shortly thereafter a 'single then disappeared from the radar unidentified 'May Day' call (voice SOS) was heard, presumably from the Superfort. Then there was silence." The spokesman said It was possible Jor two planes in the same general area to merge on a radar scope If they are close together. He said It was possible for a plane to go below the range of the radar line of sight. This could account for •4ew Czech Envoy fo Be Appointed WASHINGTON (/PI — President Vuman if expected soon to name new envoy to Communist Czccho- avaklt to succeed Ambassador £15 O. Brigs" Officials expect the post will go o George WadBworth. former am- assador to Turkey. BrigKs returned recently troin Plague and It bellwed slated for FLOATING MINING PLANT TAKES A TRIP—One ot the most remarkable accomplishments in the history Of U. S. industry took place recently with the building and dramatic moving ol the world's only floating sulphur mining plant 65 miles from Grande Ecaille, La., to Buy Stc. Elaine. The unique. 52,000,000 plant, built by the Freeport Sulphur Company to extract sulphur from 3 deposit hundreds of feet beneath Bay Ste. Elaine, win pour nearly 2,000,000 gallons ot superheated water (325 degrees F.) into Ihe deposit every 24' hours to melt the sulphur. At full operation, the plant is expected to produce 100,000 long tons of sulphur a year. Photo shows the plant, mounted on a huge steel barge, being towed through a narrow canal in the Louisiana marshland. Most difficult part of the trip was negotiating a 90-degree turn into Bayou Latourche to Ket the unwieldy plant through a swing bridge at Leeville. Storm Handicaps Rescue Attempt STOCKHOLM. Sweden (ff 1 )—Raging waters in the gale-swept Gulf of Bothnia today held at bay rescue ships trying to reach a grounded tanker believed to have 10 men aboard. The ship's identity was not known hut she was believed to be German or Dutch. Rescue personnel described her. situation the disappearance of the unidentified plane. * Search planes yesterday sighted i oil slick two miles east ol Ochiisht on the Southern shore ;he Nemuro Peninsula, the Air Force said. The hunt was resumed todn; but a 200-foot celling hamperec searchers. SttK. Forget it May lag docs a (he work. See i serious." She ran Eiground Jate last night bout 15 miles off the Eastern oast of Sweden. The crew mes- agcd for help by lamp signals to lighthouse. transfer to South Korea AS imbat- suUor. Baby Sitter Heaves Rock BILLINGS, Mont, VD — If S'ou were sleeping peacefully on * lawn hnd a 19-year-old baby sitter banged you on the head with a heavy rock you irilght question her motives. And' this Is Jusl what a 53-year- old man did in a police station here after he had his scalp sealed by four clamps. Explained the baby sitter: "I was drunk." 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Today, in practically every town in America, other boys ore learning simitar* lessons. Many of them operate as do the carrier boys of the • Courier News— as independent merchants. They buy their newspapers tit wholesale prices and 'resell them at retail, thereby deriving a profit tor their services. In this manner, today's carrier boy is learning at the grass roots level the lessons of free enterprise in a free economy. The Courier News is proud to salute its carriers during National Newspaper Week. NATIONAL NEWSPAPER WEEK

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