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January 06, 1947

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Port Arthur News (Newspaper) - January 6, 1947, Port Arthur, Texas ✓ PAGE r\x o Marine Leader To Hear Report In Attack Case TUE PORT ARTHUR NEWS MONDAY. JANUARY 6. 1947 Today's Radio Programs Three People Die In Two Crashes in SHANGHAI, Jan C GNS* - Ma J. G«a    I* Howard command* I ar of I* S Marin*# in North China,' (ttptffd to fly to Paining today toj wtiu the official rtport on the coot tov et vial attack cava involving f taro leat hr rn cc ga and a Chinwc gill gtodrnt led to Demons! rail>.na Th* it. cl dent—a b .*• baa net yet baar. aviator bed aa a criminal attack —a-a* th* rattling pnmt last arak for an ti-American demonstration» by student mobs in Shanghai, Peiping and Nanking Gen Ii'(rarard conferred Saturday in Nanking with Gen George C. SI arrhal! and aas believed to have discuis#4 the casa arith th# president la: envoy. Upon hi# arrival in Shanghai Sun dav Horn afd promised that the Ms-tInaa ail! lie court-martialed "if sufficient evidence ta forthcoming" Ttie general said punishment atmid he ‘commensurate arith the crime’ If the Mar mas arere found guilty Ms*afd la*.ted a pies that the pre*# and jmb'ir refrain from "con-vin mg “ the Marines in inllam mat cry dispatches and In mob demons! r at ions < arried Slogans The Marine general deplored the mob action in the case and said the incident ara* ait bout political stern: f I canoe ’'despite efforte of certain element#*' to give this imptes- TGNIGHT S HEST BET* Cavalcade of America starrin# Shirley Booth in “Woman in Urn# Hock," 7. NBO. Radio Theater. “Till the. i£nd of Time," starting {strain* Hay. Robt Mitrhum and Kill Williams, 9 CHS, Marion Anderson aith Don Y’ooihees symphony orchestra. S. | Samn v Have time change. I SO. KFDM-AB<\ Guy !x>mbardoI _ _    _    _    # Music. I SO. KPAC-MBS; Screen Guild Players "The Yearling." with Unm V/\rl/ I A#lnr ! <* e Wvman Gregory Perk ar*! Claude Jarman Jr r*. CHS; Foot I.all ffnfflflf I fJlK _jP( fiji h of the Yang Award 9 15. KFDM-ABC; Broadway Talks Back MV” 1 v,n •#VV,VI diKfUltinr Pur league " 9 30, K PAC MBS The mob carried slogans calling ur*f *■ • he United States to “get out cf China" during the various dent ots#i rat ions. Middle East Oil Pacts Are Watched Bv II UU!WIN w%|J*BI RY NEW YORK Jan € ICP*.—-I Furred on the financial pages two! de vs after Christina# wa# newt of ar, event which Middle Eastern •peels!ist* believe could produce ! more future headlines than all the rumbUrvs in Fate Gins, Iran and Keep: for two years. The financial page stories re- , healed that the Anglo Daman Oil co had agreed ’in principal" to’ •ell to American oil f quantities" of Irani over a IO to XKyexr pet tod TONIGHT I SS —New* NNC Quin* * Howe rn# Hue MarHgan, MHS Tmv arni Pit are*. AHC » 15- Aport •, NHC VUwff Carat se KTRH Sky King. ABC Super ii,sn, MRH    _ 9:99—Albino T«nr* Orth , K Tit ft Captain Mtdnighi, MRS Jack Armstrong. ABC ft 15—Indwell Thorn**. NBC Neat KTHIf Ton Mss, MRS Tonne**# led. ABC • •bwBupfiei nob KRC IlMtrrr of W reft CBB ratio* Lewis. MRS Topline Neat. Kl PM gift-Newt. MBC Jerk Smith show. CBS Hance Rand MRS Elmer Dart*. ABC • SS—Hairy Wood. blite Ping Croahv, KTRH Henry J Taylor. MBS Inn* Ranter, ABC I 4ft-~ Headliner*. KFRC I'lilted Frow Mew* KTRH I (tide of Sport a. MRS I.#5 Cat alcade at Artier ira. KBC Inner Sanctum, CMI Crim# Club MRS hum and Aimer. ABC rift—ttoy’s Haven KHIM I IO—Howard Barioa emit.. KBC Joan Dav I*. CHS Evening kl* I od MM, KPAC rat Man. ABC t 4ft—Cicunket in Science, KF AC T:ftE—Nears, CBB    >... S It film Voorhees Orch . KBC Radio Theater. CRS Gab* lei Heat ter. MBS Dark Venture ARC • 15—Real Stem Ha. El BS > SS—Victor Burge *kw>w. KRC Guy Lomhprdo. MRS Mammy Kaye. ABC 9 SS—Fricy Faith Orch. 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KBC New CRS Fur* Iv < -mi mr ret #1* Far t* Tho official an r» ounce men la •trossed that tho agreement wa* ' purely con men Isl" and that the British and American governmental although hoth I •■informed" Pf had no part in It roverr.mer.ta veers the negotiations I v ,ng t#h:nd th# financial dtw patches wsre tie*# factor#' I —Th# British government hold# Mf 9 per cert of the stor k of Angiotome* Oil Co 3—The A n/?io-Iranian fields are AP News, ARC Isms Diamond MBS II M—St Lout* Sereno##, KBC Mal McIntyre Orch CRS Ctydo lAcC'lov. ABC ii.IS- Biltmore Hot#! Orrh . KBC Chirr k Frtit« Orch . CBS Cia Ie Th *ri.hill Orch . MBS Moonlight t tiliaby. Kl DM ll 55—New* KBC AP New*. ABC Mutual Newt MBS IS SS-Starlight Set made. KTRH Fred Waring. MIC 10 It—Cliff Cd wold* Show, KPAC IS SS- Galen Drake ARC Polka Partv, KIHM Jock Beret. NRC The Kreamitnm KPAC IS SS—Art Raker. KTItM Winnie The tVav». ABC Victor I i.dlahr. MRS David Minim KBC 11 SO Kate Smith. CBS Kenny Raker ABC Trio Time. 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ABC Pepper Young KBC Music for Tuesday KPAC S:45—Georg# Borneo. ABC Right to Happlne**. KBC S:SS—Houao Potty. CBS Tommy Bartlett. ABC Rraktne Johraon. MRS Backatage W ile, KBC 1:15—Children • Quarter Hour. Sift-Kern* CBR 3;SS—Cliff tdward*. ABC New*. KTRH Sweet Be**ton. KPAC I mr nm Jerne*, KBC* S 45—KFDM Prenent*. KFDM Women** Club. KTRH Young Widder Brown, KBC 4 SS -Cistern ay* to Mu*tc. CFS SSS—lilt Tune KPAC Bumpu* BqwO. KTRH Just Plain. Bill KBC 4 45—Buck Roger*. MRS. Dick Tracy. ABC Frunt I’agr Farrell. KBC NEU’ YORK. Jan 9 CUP).- Two transport planes crashed in a anorn storm that blotted out mr port# along the east roast Sunday night, killing three person# and injuring 22 other#. Including Willie Pep. World feat he i weight boxing champion. Th# rra#h## occurred within a few minute# of each other. The thr## pet non# killed were, aboard a twln-#tigined DC*3 of the 1 Nationwide Air Transport nervierj which crashed In the woods neat Carmel, N. J., about S SO p. rn while attempting an emergency landing at the Millville airport Twenty person# were in lured Dead were Percy W. Van Noy. SO 90-pilot, of Olympia. Wash ; Joseph Shuts. 39. New York, and Sydney M if#r#covlts. SS. Brighton. Th# other crash occurred lea# than an hmir later when a DC-3 of American airlines crash-landed mar Jones beach on Ix>n# Inland Th# pilot and co-pilot mar# Injured slightly but none of the 14 other pereong aboard ma# hurt. A tern# radio message picked up by the Coast Guard told of the crash. . “Bitting on beach: no one Injured." it said. The plane which crashed killing three at Carmel aaa en route Iron Miami to Newark. X. J., with 2n passengers and three crew mem her# aboard The pilot was Robert D. Shaker of Miami and Fort IMidge. Kans. Love Is Back of Royal Romance in Britain, Report IXJNDON. Jan 9 GNS). — The london Dally Mail today contended that love rather than politic# forms the basis of the rumored romance IMT I Ween princess Elisabeth and Print*# Philip of Greece The nemspapfr asserted that a marriage between the young loyal couple mould have no political Implication#. 'The day# are past when dynes tic marriages meant power politics. In IMT. nation# are linked or separated by far different forces " the Mail said Speaking of the unconfirmed match which ha# formed the basis for extensive speculation in the British pres# the Daily Mail observed that King George VI and Queen Elisabeth "aa monarchs and parent# can surely be trusted to safeguard the future of their eldest daughter who mill one day be our queen.** 42 Persons Killed In Chinese Crash SHANGHAI. Jan. 9 I UPL- Chi na * two major airiiryes mere ordered today to suspend operations for on# meek follow.ng the fourth plane crash within ll days In The t’hlnes* Cent rd Newt agency which a total of HS persons have .*1^ shat key had been unabh t«# been killed. Forty-two chant, and Sister Mary Tarlglio. four other aisles Mr* A. Roger an Italian nt«*ml»er of the Francis- of New Iberia. Is , airs A Gudry can Order of Egypt, also mer* of Kaplan lot.. Mr* I* D Har-killed in the Tslngtao ct .sh, ac ! grave of Abbeville Im , and Mise cording to the announcement * Thelma Harrington of Abbeville. Among the other victims mete three and two tither brothers. Isaac Ha: -members of the Chinese national I rmgton of Chipley, Fla. and tv li ft ament hly. Chinese press dispatches said the plane crashed after circling the Tslngtao airfield in a hi aw fog ton rr^r*~c~rtx»n >f Abbeville. FISHING POLK SAVES LIFF UTTU! FALLA Minn. I UPI A fishing pole he carried proved the difference betmeen life and drowning for T-Sgt Paul Balaski. 22 Homeward hound after fishing through the Ice. bs fell Into a hole, but the pol# spanned the hole and enabled Balaski to boost himself from the water. persons. Including three Americans, mere killed Hun day mhm a China National Aviation Corp. plane cr .tsked into a mountainside near Tslngtao Seventy-one persons died in three separate plane crashes on Christmas dav. Communication* Minister Yu Ta-W«*i, who annotim ed the suspension in Nanking, said the order would allow time for the CNAC and tbs China Air Transport Corp. to overhaul their facilities and equipment. Yu said the communications ministry took a “most serious" view of Bundavs crash. The caus* of th* accident mas not determined. Airline officials identified the American victims as Charles Joseph Sharker. lawrence, Mass., the pilot; John T Ktchfson, Ct am ford Ville. Ind.. an UNKKA employe and Sister Elisabeth Cecilia, a Catholic missionary whose address mas un known James J. Ross. a British mer- locate Iii# ait port bet sue# of lorn visibility. Reports from the seen* of the crash said theta were no survivors. Sgt. Harrington Is Buried at Delcambre A military funeral ma# to be held today at 3 p rn. at the Dei-cambre. La . Catholic church for i Sgt Minoa Harrington. 29 who died last week *at Camp Gordon. Ga., after a brief Illness Hut tai was to lie in the Delcambre Catholic cemetery. Hut. Harrington was a brother of airs. B Ran drv end Howard and Clarence Harrington, ail of Port Arthur The sergeant's body was accum panted to Delcambre by T-Bgt Wilkes Gieson of Camp Gordon who was to assist the Amerlcar . Legion Dost in the military rite* la addition to bbl brother and J sister here. Sgt. Harrington Is sur WHY MILLIONS TURN TO CHEWING GUM LAXATIVE III BBY WA VTN WAGES NOBLESVILLE. Ind (UPL— Pearl Higdon filed suit for divorce against W. L Higdon. She charged mental cruelty. Her principal complaint was that her huslatnd demands $UV0 hourly "wage" lf he doe# any work about their home KPAC lf Ifs rn Special Treat It's A MEXICAN DINNER at ii JIMMIES 4449 Procter St. ii The Best In Short Order#! All Favorites In Sandwiches! a trinal si evict in FOOD TO CXO ★ CURB SERVICE ★ Film Developing And Printing DAY Service Spooner Photo Shop Photofraskl* Sa sal ie* Vim Procter Street Mild and Pleasant. Works on scientific principle • Why I? F« * n-a mint in chewing gum form? Science says: Chewing your food helps it do the most food. Similarly, chewing Foe n-a-rn int prepares its fine medicine to gtve th# greatesUbenoflt-flows it gently and gradually into digestive system. Mild' Delicious* Candy-Cotted! Children take it gladly when needed. When constipation makes you mixer.tble. chew peen a mint exactly aa directed and feel line again. 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BLUEBONNET MATTRESS CO. 1148 Houston Ave.    Dial    7831 FAMILY MESHACK KI MBER t TOMORROW the rv ef fuel reserve of the British 'fleet, % y* 0 peer agreement for the f ret time gives the United bt a Ie# • direct economic stake est! mated ie the d tpatches at *hun-e Hired# cf mini* na of dollar#," In ere of th# worlds No. I trouble Bt 'n Iran 4 Agit*mg to share It# persian f I with the United Blate Britain In effect bypass*# the Tehran government vrhlrh tho* far Has stalled off ht'*h American and Russian demands for oil concession# through a par lamentarv technicality which prevent# ani* new* oil deals until Iran’s elections are held. I K* action I nkn<>wn Trier# bs# been no detailed gov let reaction to the oil arrangement* hut it was amici tutted that the react r»n xvii! be sharp and will take he llPe that the oil agreement lave t* e fmandat,on for basic British erie-r. Joint collaboration Middle Fast with all the and r lit leat inmpiiratlon* and Ai ie the atli.tan _ this would Involve The ag*cement to share Persian all is only one of severnt feature* ; of the elaborate understanding! reached bv the oil companies. Two enormous new pipelines will J be built with American capital ! One will he under control of Anglo-1 Iranian and will run from the I head of the Persian gulf to a ter-j minus on the Mediterranean or her would lie operated by Amer-j lean interests from Baud! Arabia to the Mediterranean. The termini of these taro lines he.* not been Specified officially. Port Acres Lions Will Meet Tonight The regular semi monthly meeting of the Port Arras Lion# club wig he held at the Port Acres Methodist church tonight at 7 30 o ck** * Tile board of director* will ho d a * pedal meeting at 9 SO prior to the regular meeting All d *ertor* are asked to attend the early meeting, J B Brown, president who lias recently returned from a husmeas trio, said IM farm Fr«r.t KTRH Ria oflfw-k FAH tan. KFDM Hex**. KPAC Trot I'arm and Home. KPRC 4 ft, Xiii Pp. Port Arthur. KPAC 4 15- Mu* lr a1 Eye Opener, KFDM Sky Filet, KPftC I B-Rnulhtuid tflwe KTRH Plain* f*.ng*. KFDM Mea*. APAC Rum I** Si I r .ade. KPRC I 4 45 ll tit. JI* rtairtv ag >c. KTRH Coffee Bnf Parole KEHM Wake Up. port Arthur. KPAC 4 5V—Vt* tot lot ai lu vug, KFDM foe-Ne wa. KTRH New*. KPAC Afronaky, ABC f 45-Wake Pp. Port Arthur. KPAC Minora! Clark. KYM T It—-Rabins I abstr arle. ABC f aa— Mews, KTRH i T 45—Hew*. 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Knight of Lo# Angeles and the new attorney general. Fred N Houser. Their Inauguration mark* the first time ainee 1939 that all top state admtnlstratiye offices have been held bv Republican*. HIDDEN ( KIMM.EKV HAI K LEXINGTON. Ky. <UPPolice Judge Thomas J, Ready had an unexperted holiday. He arrived to convene court and found the docket bare. Me eald It WM the first “caseless" court he could remember sine* becoming associated with the leiinrtofl police In IWS v’ia S, eft imiAL ON PKRM AMENTS WORN OUT FROM GETTING UP NIGHTS? e If you a ct up right*— have frequent deair* to paw yam water —ye*, and have : he* as be. d«*e to est re* acidity ta the ai ne, tar glad you’re reading this: Three (rteiat et ago Dr K .inert. a j -is* d-» • rn, fnund hui> !rr li al hts l*at*e«*t* a th th**    So    he    made    a wwdrcme of It her ha. ruols, r*|ti»l>lri. ha***rn* He cwlied it "Swamp D**#.** 14 .a rn* at men and women have takes It ~ Jim wit It amarine result* Swamp Roc* goes right to amrk to gu*A oat kuloeya . . , inrrewwr* Burn of arse helping relieve es era* artdity ... *0 the ami ated niwddrF get* a gaud (!uih>tig < .st tine* M*' > reftuvf getting rn g*» *d •ugh! • *kep witer the Ars# to rn </<*•#• Caul *u*' tab# rn directed I rn free ft ual tas»f*iy, tend to Dei# K, KiMntt I* C-i, Im , IV** 1/55, Stanifonl, C. un?* Or — get full aired buttle al Satin*-Dr*a tadat at yoxar drug**ore Can you make mn blatant oblectst . 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But youll meet Old Man \ lo Hey inside! Honeymoons Inst longer you learn how to ileal with him W Young couple* thirling mnrrinl life under Ioiluy** condition* hake Rome real financial problem* lo face* *av* Mr*. Glady* Beekt4l Jour*. • • • And Mr*. Jone* i* worth listening lo on ihi* Mihjcct Iweaubp, a* Pre*ideiil of the Garland Selnnd iii lio*lon. anil home-making aiithorily, the ha* given ii a lot of ttliidv. Here arc Mime of her though!* alnMil ii. />//A- n bout mone matters frankly    beforehand 'True, money matter* are not very roman I ic. hut they are the bread and butter which will keep your romance flourishing. So don*t let any fain’ *en*ili\it\ keep son from a frank under*!anding aud agreement al»oiit them in advance. "For example, know just what your income from all bourre* will be, and atari talking about it a* our money." Then, in the light of that, fare your obligations with equal honesty, and equal sense of charing the responsibilities they impose/’ Set a simulant liking within roar income rn IManiim;: how to lice your money i* not complicated. It simply mean* agreeing on Muir family goals, and working out your spending and saving plan together. right from the start. wNo matter what plan you agree to follow, lie sure that in addition to your general household allowance, both husband and wife have an allowance* for personal expense* — money they eau s|»end without having to account for it to an\lMMlv.** 3    Look ahead, too *fBabies, for example, cost money — so budget for them in advance, and lie happy in their arrival. And don’t forget Biose 'unusual" expenses which are alway* cropping up unexpectedly, such as doctor’* anil dentist’* hills, 'flic thing to do is, build up a 'contingency' fund, a* every well-run business doc*. "And, finally, don’t forget that saving* — for education, for travel, vacations, for a home, and for security —-are the true road to jieacc of mind and a lasting married happiness.*’ rn    rn    9 ff atth for Family Mcssatne Ad. IO. ahunt tao H+pk» from now. J T h**    it    «p<in*orni    In    lh# non It)    PLA \toil I    I* PIA ESS Life Insurance Companies in America AMI THEIN AGISTS I**fff 1 TX of I ie* Bm aas* *. SO I Mi Cw4 "u*et. Sew Tart 17. K Y. Rejfardlc** of the size of income, any* DF    # family can have more happiness and fewer worries by planmiift the use of the family money. Fir*!: provide to advance for pavnimts conima due. sud* as rrni, (axes. m<»rtg*ge charge*, life insurance and other in*ur:iiM‘e. T he easiest way is lo hank small amounts carli pax day I list will add up to flu- lotah w hen due. Second: set s-idr somethin# extra em h pax dav in the ssxmg* #« count until iou build up an emergency Iliad. Mien xchi know what i* left to *pend on evenrifax iamilv need* <*urh as foot!, clothing. recreation—and what iou ran afford to sci aside for sui Ii future farndy plana aa a uew bolar, education, travel. I tee.i u»e die life insurance companies and their agents have long helped people to plan for fnniiiv security and liappi* new**, ibex arc modi ic I mg tin* isogram of information as a piddle *erv n e to the 7l!,0tN),tMiO owners ut life ii laura ac# and to cvcrv Ameneau family. ;

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