Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Share Page

Port Arthur News: Monday, January 6, 1947 - Page 2

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Port Arthur News (Newspaper) - January 6, 1947, Port Arthur, Texas                               PAGE TWO THE PORT ARTHUR NEWS MONDAY, JANUARY 6. 1947 Marine Leader To Hear Report In Attack Case SHANGHAI. Jan. 6 Gen. Samuel L. Howard cornmuncl- er of U S Marines in Noith China, pjcpr.rfd to fly to Peijung today to thi- official rcpoit on the cor.trcr. ci sial attack caac invoUmj; necks and a Chinese gill student Led to DcmonnfrntionH The has not yet been established as a criminal at- the ralljmg point last for anti-American demonstra- by student mobs in Shanghai, Peiping and Nanking Gen. Howard conferred Satuiday in Nanking with Gen Gootgo C. ila.rt.hall and was believed to have discussed the case with the piesi- dential envoy. Upon his arrival in Shanghai Sun dav Howard promised that the Ma- rines uill be coui t-martialcd "if sufficient evidence IB fotthromlng." The general said punl.shment would be commensurate with the rnme" if the Marines wcic found guiltv. Hcmard issued a plea that tho prf-s and public refrain from "con- -victinc the Maiinea in inflam- matory dispatches and in mob ations Mobs Curried Slognni The jrfanne general deplored the TT.OD action in the case and -said the incident was without political slg- H.ficar.ce ''despite efforts of ccr- la.n elements" to gn e this impics- sior. Tne mob carried slogans calling -jpon the United States to "got out of China' during the vanous dcm or-strations. Middle East Oil Pacts Are Watched By HARKIStW SALISBURY NEW YORK. Jnn 6 (UP) Buried on the finaneial pages two days after Christmas was news of a.n event uhich Middle liastci n special sts believe could produce more future headlines than nil the rumblmcs in Palestine. Iran and for tv. o years. Tne financial stones re- vealed that the Anglo-Truman Oil co had agreed "in principal" to to American oil firms quantities" of Iinnian rnido oil O-. er a 10 to 20-yeai 'Purely Commercial' Pnets The official stressed that the agreement was "purelv commercial" and that the British and American Kovernrnents had no part in It although- both government.1, were "infoimed" of the negotiations. Lime behind the financial dis- patches were thoie factors: British government 559 per cent of the stock of Anglo- Iranian Oil Co. Anjrlo-Iranlan fields are the fuel reserve of the Bi'lt- !sh fleet. r nov agreement for the fusi time Rives the United State; a direct economic Btnlce esti- mated m the dltpatchca nt "hun- dred' of millions of dollars." In one of the world's Xo. 1 tioubk Spots Iran to share Its Perfilni; Oil with the United State. Biitaln :r. effect. the Tehran ppv- c.-RTfnt thui far has htnlied o'f Ho-h Ann-neon rmd Ktisslnn de- mand- for oil concessions through a. technicalltv which parents any new oil deals until Iran's elections are held. Reaction Vnknown Tnerc has been no 'detailed Sov- iet react.cm to the oil nri bu! it r. nnlk'liiated that the ic- r.n will be sharp and will talu >.e that tbe oil agreement lav.- fir foundation for bn_iic British and joint collaboiatlon :n the Middle East with all tli anlitarv and political inmplicatlon this would Involve The agreement to share Persian c.'. onlv one of several featiir'e.s of the elaborate ur.deiitamling reached by the oil companies. T-vo enormous new pipelines will he built v. ith Ameiican capital One will be under control of Anfilo- Iraniar. and will i un fiom the head of the Persian culf to a ler- minus en the Mcditerrtinean. The other would be operated by Amer- ican interests from Saudi Arabia to Mediterranean. The termini of these two llneb r.ot been specified officially Port Acres Lions Will Meet Tonight The resrular semi-monthly meet- ir.c of the Port Acres Lions club will be held at the Port Acres Xf.hodist tonight at o'clock The board of directors v .1: n special meeting at 0 to the regular meetmir. All d aie asked to attend the early nx-cline J E. Blown, nre-si- ctr.'. has leccntlv ictuined from a Business trip, fauul. WORN OUT FROM GETTING UP NIGHTS? If you f.rt up frequent de- sire to your and have backiichc, due to excess acidity in the ur.nc, be p.lfld you're rcndmu this Three Kcncnitions Dr Kilmer, n d >cior, found hundreds of ins jut.rn'n VMlh thin trouble So he mude n medicine of 16 herbs, roots, liihlen, baJrims He called "Swamp Root." of men nnd women have token with amozing results Swamp Root ROCS nsht to work to out kidneys incieabea flow of hrlpinc relieve excess ncidity so the irritated bhiddcr' gets n Rood fitr.hmK Many report celling u good TucM'i tlrci> alter the firtt few donna. Oiution Hike m directed, i-ui free trial itipjily, send to Dent. R, Kilmer Co Inc.. Box 1J55, Stanford, Or Ret full-sized bottle of Swamp- Root today nt your drugstore Today's Radio Programs TONIGHT'S BEST BETS: Cavalcade of America starring Shirley Booth In "Woman, in Lime 7, NBC; Radio Theater. "Till the End of starling Laraino Day, Robt. Mitchum and Bill Williams, 1, CBS, Mai ion Anderson with Don Voorhees symphony oichestra, 8, NBC; Sammy Kaye time change, KFDM-ABC; Guy Lombardo Music, 8 30, KPAC-MBS; Screen. Guild Players "The with Jane Wyman, Gregory Peck and Claude Jarman, Jr., 9, CBS; Football Coach of the Year Award, KFDM-ABC; Broadway Talks Back discussing "Burlesque." KPAC-MBS. TUNE IN On the iob from six til midnight bringing you 3OOD radio. BROAOCASJINq CCi, TONIGHT 5 NPWH. NI1C CJulncv Howe, CDS liny ll.iiilK.in. MDK Tenv mill 1'it.llCM. ADC Spoils. NBC Song Caravan KTJIH Sky King, ABC Supcimnii, MBS Albino Tor. cf Orch., KTRH Capt.iln MldnlRht. MBS Jhck Armstrong. ABC I.owcll Tliomnb. NBC News. KTTtH Tom Mix. MBS Tcnnessc JcO, ABC O-OO--SIIPPL-I Club. NBC Mastery of Wcclc. CB3 Tullon Lewis. MBS Toplino News, KFDM News, NBC Jack Smith show. CBS n.ince Bnnd. MBS Elmer ABC 0 Urirrv Wootl, KFRC BinK Crosby, KTRH Henry J Taylor. MBS Lone Rnngcr, ABC Hc.lclllni-rs. KPHC Unlipd News. KTmi Inside ot Sporti, MBS of America, NBC Inner Snnctum, CBS Clime Club. MBS Lum and Abncr, ABC Boy's Haven. KFDM 7 Howmcl Barlow Orth., NBC Joan CBS Evening Melodies. KPAC Tat Man, ABC 7-45 Excursions in Science. KPAC News, CBS Don Vomhecs Orch.. NBC Radio Theater. CBS Gabi Icl Hcotter, MBS Dark Venture. ABC 8-15 lien! Stories. MBS 8 Victor Boruc show, NBC Guy Lombardo, MBS .Sammy Kaye. ABC PCI cy Fnlth Orch., NBC Screen Guild Players, CBS Little Show, KPAC Doctor's Talk. ABC Foolbnll Coach Awnrd, ABC California Melodies. MBS Dr. I. Q NBC Bob Hawk Miow, CBS Bioadwa> Talks Back. MBS Fantasy In Melody. ABC News, KTJKC KTHH Star Reporter, ABC All I he News. MBS Hiclinul Uniknoss, NBC Red Bjiber Sports, CBS ABC I.ts Kigali Orth., MBS Spnrts, KPRC Peoplc'l Plntform, CBS Art Jarrclt's Orch., MBS Hotel Edison Orch NBC Elliott Luwicncc. ABC Miilmil rtepoits the News, MBS Ncwn. NUC New, AP Ntus, ABC Low Diamond. MBS St Louis Serenade, NBC Hal Mclntyre Orch.. CBS Clyde McClov. ABC Eillmoro Hotel Orch., NBC Chin Ic Fostcn Orch, CBS Clnuclc Thornhlll Orch MBS Moonlight Lullnby, KFDM 11 News NBC AP News, ABC Mutii.il News. MBS Stailiuht Seicnnde, KTT1H TOMORROW O.DO-Fnrm Front. KTnn Six o'clock Edition, KFDM News, KPAC nnd Jlome, KPRC Up. Port Arthur, KPAC 0 Musical f.je Opener, KFDM Sky Pilot, KPHC 0 Southland 'Fences, KTIU! I'rnlrlo Sonus, KFDM News, KPAC SuiirlKC SereiiLiclc, KPRC B Hillbilly DantlwnKon. KTHH 1'iifJvc Pot Parnde. KFDM Wnltc Up, Port Arthur. KPAC VIclfirloiiB Living. KFDM KTnil News, KPAC Acronslo. ABC Wnkc Up. Poit Arthur, KPAC Muslcnl Clock, KTHH Snbine Tnbcmacle. ABC News, KTRH News. KPAC Musical Clock. KTHH Rosn Rio. KTDM mo riui) KPAC NVwi KTHII Breulir.ist Club, ARC Snnilsf Serenade, KPRC Musical Clutk. KTHH K C'nnManl Invjclcr, KTHH LOUIS.C Masscy and Her Wsst- crnerh. KPAC Houhewhcs Half Hour, KTHH Mv Tuic Story, ABC Buddy Morrow Orch KPHC Cliff Edwards, KPAC Loia Lawlon. NBC Housewives' Hnlf-hour, KTRH Hjmns of All Churches, ABC 9. Winters, CBS Snv it With Music, KPAC Itond of Life, NBC In Your NclKhborhood, KTRH Listening Post, ABC Jojce Jordan. NBC Breakfast In Hall} wood, ABC Arthur Godfrey Time, CBS Cecil Blown. MBS ko out tB? you read wlllv ,L> out Urine? Have your examined tclenllfl- cnlly by DR, G, M. SIMS Specialist In the Correction ol Defective Vision 431 Adams Bldg. Ph. 2-2111 Fred Warlntr, NBC 0 Edwoids Show, KPAC 0 Onion Dinkc. ABC Polkn Party, KTHH Jack Beicti. N11C The SlicninlmiT- KPAC Bilkei, KTI1II Winnie The Wave ABC Victor Llndlahr, MBS David Harum, NBC Smith, CBS Kenny Baker, ABC Trio Time, KPAC Lopez Orch KPHC Troll, KTRH Relax, KPAC Tex.is School ot Air. KPHC Trent, CBS World Today, KFDM U. S Navy Band, MBS Garden Club of Air, KPHC and Jeannle, ABC Gal Sunday, CBS News, KFDM Del Courtney Orch., KPRC Bandwauon. KTRH Bnukliuw. ABC i News, KPAC News, HPRC KTRH Chuck Wagon Gang, KFDM Moon Mulllcan and Showboys, KPAC Young Dr. Malone, NBC Sweepstakes, KTHH Cliff Bruncr, KPDM Time, KPAC Music, KPHC Exchange, KTRH Jelfcrsonalres., KFDM Cedrlc Foster, MBS Today's Children. NBC Digging, KTHH and Albert. ABC Smile Time, MBS Woman in White, NBC and Groom, ABC Queen For a Day. MBS David Harum, CBS Masquerade, NBC of My Dreams, CBS Judy and Jane, NBC Be Announced. CBS Ladles, Be Seated, ABC Heart's Desire, MBS Life Can Be Beautiful, NBC Perkins, NBC Take All, CBS Edwin C. Hill, ABC Pepper Yoiing. NBC Music for Tuesday, KPAC Barnes, ABC ISlKht to Happiness. NBC Party, CBS Tommy Bnrtlett, ABC Erskinc Johnson, MBS Bnckstase WiJTe. NBC Quarter Hour, KPA CBS Edwards, ABC News, KTHII Sweet Session, KPAC LOHWO .Toms NOC Presents, KFDM Women's Club, KTRH Young Brown. NBC to Music, CBS Tune, KPAC Rumpu.s Room, KTHH Just Phln, Bill. NBC Rogers, MBS. Dick Tracy, ABC Front Page Farrcll, NBC Three People Die n Two Crashes in York Sector NEW YORK, Jan. 6 ransport planes crashed in a snow- torm that blotted out airports long tho oast, coast Sunday night, .llllng three persons and InjuiliiK 2 others, including Willie' Pep, iVorld featherweight, boxing cham- on. The crashes occurred within a ew minutes of each other. The three pel sons killed were aboaul a twin-engined DC-3 of the Nationwide Air Transport service vhich crashed in the woods neai N. J., about p. m vhile attempting an emergency anding at the Millville aiiport. Twenty poisons were injured. Dead were Percy W. Van Noy, 0. co-pilot, of Olympia, Wash.; "oseph Shutz, 38, New York, and lydney M. Herscovltz, 35, Brighton, The other crash occurred loss ban an horn' later when a DC-3 f American airlines crash-landed Tear Jones beach on Long Island The pilot and co-pilot were injured lightly but none of the 14" other icrsons aboard was hurt. A terse radio message picked up iy the Coast Guard told of the rash. "Sitting on beach; no one injur- it said. The plane which crashed killing ;hiee at Carmel was en route from Miami to Newark, N. J., with 20 >assengers and three crew mem- >ers aboard. The pilot was Robert 3. Sheker of Miami and Fort Dodge. Kans. Gov. Warren Begins Second Term Today SACRAMENTO, Calif., Jan. i official ly begins his sccoml term in office with the inauguration of Nev York Mate officials and the con voning ol tho 57th session of thi California e. Talcing of lice with Warren is tin now lieutenant governor, founei Superior Judge Goodwin J. Knigh of Los Angeles, and the new at tornoy general, Fred N, Houser. Their inauguration marks the first time Binco 3938 that all top state arlminist ratiye offices have been held by Republicans. SUDDEN CBIMELESS WAYS LEXINGTON, Ky. Judge Thomas J. Ready had an unexpected holiday He arrived tc convene couit and found the dock et bare. He said it was the firs "caseleflR" court ho could lomem ber Hlnce becoming nB-soclfited wltl the Lexington police In 18FI8 SPECIAL ON PBBMAN15NTS WAVE SATISFACTION LICI'NSKI) OI'ERATOIISI NO APPOINTMENTS NCOIISSAIU Procter, Neit to People, Thcatoi Conveniently Located Downtown AIR-CONDITIONED MISERIES OF Infectious Colds When you catch a miserable cold, remember only Vicks VapoRub gives you this special penetrating- stimulating action (as pictured) that relieves distress daring the night. Rub VapoRub on throat, chest and back at bedtime. Its 2-way rellef- brmging action starts instantly keeps working for hours to relieve coughing, upper bronchial conges- tion anci irritation. Be sure you get Viclcs home remedy you can use to relieve dis- tress of colds. For children or adults. PENETRATES INTO UPPER BRONCHIAL TUBES WITH SPECIAL MEDICINAL VAPORS STIMULATES CHEST AND BACK SURFACE LIKE A 6000, WARMINS POULTICE HUBBY WANTS WAGES NOBL.ESVILLE, Ind. Pearl Rigdon filed suit for divoi'ce against W. L. Rigdon. She chatged mental cruelty. Her principal com- plaint was that her husband de- mands hourly "wage" if he docs any work about their home Love Is Back of Royal Romance in Britain, Report LONDON, Jan. 6 The London Daily Mail today contend- ed that love rather than politics forms the basis of the rumoicd ro- mance between Princess Elinabcth and Prince Philip of Greece. Tlio nowHpupjr iiBHOiloil Unit, n mrmiugo between tho youiiR couplo would have no political im- plications. "The days are past when dynns- tic marriages meant power poli- tics; In 1S47, nations are linked or separated by far different the Mail said Speaking of the unconfirmed match which has formed the basis for extensive speculation in the British press, the Daily Mail ob- served that King George VI and Queen Elizabeth "as monarchs and parents can surely be trusted to safeguard the future of their eldest daughter who will one day be our queen." FISHING POM SAVIOS LIFE LITTLK FALLS, Minn. fishing pole he carried proved the difference between life und drown- ing for T-Sgt. Paul Balaski, 22. Homeward bound after fishing thiough the ice, he fell into a hole, but the pole spanned the hole and enabled Balaski to booat himself from the water1. 42 Persons Killed In Chinese Crash SHANGHAI, Jan. 6 (UP) na's two major airlines were otder- cd today to suspend opoiations for one week following the fourth piano crash within 11 days in which a tola! of 113 persons hnvo been killed. l''oi Ly-Uvo poiKOn.s. Ihiee AmiMicjxn.s, were killed Hun day when a China National Avia- tion Corp. piano craHhed into a mountainside near TslnRtao. Sev- enty-one pardons died in throo sep- arate plane crashes on Christmas day. Communications Minister Yu Ta- Wei. who announced the suspen- sion m Nanking, said (he order would allow time for the CNAC and the China Air Transport Corp to overhaul their facilities' and equipment. Yu said the communications min- .atry took a "most serious" view of Sunday's crash. The cause of tho nccldcnl was not dolormlncd. Airline officials identified the American victims as CJhnrlcei Jo- seph Shnrkev, Lawrence, Mass, the pilot; John T TStchison, Cia.wf.orcl- ville, Ind an UNRRA employe and Sister Elizabeth Cecille, a Catholic missionary whose address was un- known. James J. Ross, a Bt itish mer- chant, and Sister Mm v Tai iRlIn an Italian member nf tho Krnnci.s- .111 OlflCl Of Kpypt, III 30 :illed in I ho rr.ish. no ording to t IIG rmnounrenn nt Amonff the other victims we IP Unco :iicmbors of the Chinese national Chinese press dispatches .said Uio ilano crashed after circling tho Tslntftao airfield in a hrixvv foj; The Chlnosc Contul News waltl Shaikpy hud nimble ID OttlllO thu ILJIPO! t lllM'.lUM1 vi.sibiliiv. Ucpoi I i I'i Hie nc tho ci fiMh bind tho i o u ft c nn survivors. If It's a Special Treat It's A MEXICAN DINNER at 4449 Procter St. The Best In Short Orders! All Favorites in Sandwiches! A SPECIAL SERVICE IN FOOD TO GO CURB SERVICE Film Developing And Printing DAY Service Spooner Photo Shop Plintori nphlii Supplies X829 Procter Street Sgt. Harrington Is Buried at Delcambre A military funeral was to bi> held today at 3 p. m a.1 I lit- Dol- cambrc, La., Catholic church foi Sgt. Minos Harrington. 28. who died last week 'at Camp Cm don. Ga, aTtcr a biipf illness. Burial was lo be in tho Dolcunihic Catho- lic cemeteiy. Sgt. Harrington was a brolhei of Mrs. B. Landi'v and Howard and Clarence Harrington, all ol Port Arthur Tho .sergeant's body was urenm- punicd to Dele.'inibi e by T-Sgl Wilkos Gioson of Cantp Ocudon who was lo as.sibt tho Ameiicaii Lesion cost in the military iltcs In addition to his brother nnd sister here, Sgt ITui rlnglon is mr- vivcd by his mother, Mr.s Kmun- ual Harrington o[ Abbovllle. La four other sinterx, Mrs. A. Roger Now lliei'l.i. La. Mis. A Gmiry ol h'.iplnn. L.i Mis D H.'ir- IVP of Abbeville La, and MlM Tholma Harrington of Abbeville, and two other brothels. Ih.uic Har- rington of Chipli'V. Fin. and XVii- tnn _aj .Abbeville. WHY TURN TO CHEWING GUM LAXATIVE Mild and Pleasant. Works on scientific principle Why is Fcon-a-mint in chcwinir ITiim form? .Science haya: Chewing your food helps it do tho most good. Similarly, chewing- Foen-a-mint urc- paroa its lino medicine to give tho flows it ucntly and fninitially into system. Mild' Dnlicinus' Cumly-Coated'. Children talto it gladly when needed. When ron (I makes you oi.iblr-, rhow cxactlv as directed nnd foci lino ufrain. Con- tains very medicine many doctors pi escribe. 10c. 50c at drugstores. FEEN-A-MIHT 1O  to the ttln-n due. Second: set aside something extra cncli payday in the savings aivounl until }oii build up an emergency fund. Then jon Know ulial is left to spend on family nppdi. siirh as food, cloth- ing, uhat you ran afford lo sel aside lor aucli future, family plans a new home, education, travel. Because the life insurance companies nnd their agents have Ions helped people to plan Inr family sivuritv and happi- nt'sh. ilioy arc roiidiii-liiig thi.- projrram of information ,is a puhlic to the ol life, insurance and to ever) Ameiic.iu family. 'SPAPERf   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 155+ million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

10 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 10 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 155 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 19 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication