The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 11, 1951 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY. APRTT/13, 1051 (AUK.) COURIER NEWS PACK FtVB Floridians Seek Ouster Of Gov. Fuller Warren MIAMI, Pla.. April n. W—Do- The grand jury acted after a Kef- mands for impeachment, of Gov. Fuller Warren, and for a new st-ivte lav/ providing for recall of public officials, were heard yesterday in "Florida. They grew out of Warren's reinstatement of smilin' Jimmy Sulli- van as SheriCf of Dude (.Miami) ' County, an area which FBI Chief J. Edgar Hoover told the Kefauver S""-u« Crime investigating Committee was the "winter capital of the ujtleiworld." At least two newspapers and the greater Miami Council of Churches called for impeachment of the governor, \Varrcn .suspended Sullivan -six months fip.o after he was indicted on charges he failed to enforce gambling laws and permitted hi. 1 deputies to accept bribes. The indictment was voided by the state supreme court. * The Greater Miami Crime Commission, in a Cavnv.t! statement, urued Dade County residents t o write or telegraph Lheii 1 reprcsent"-- t;vos in the k-'^i slut lire and press for "immediate passage ol n workable law providing means of recalling public oiiic'.'r;/' Reaction to Sullivan's reinstatement was iieard ;is far away ns Washington ami ftev. 1 Vut'K, A member of the governor's own cabinet said lie was "-shocked." Bamxtor O'Connor iD-Md), a member of the Kefauver Senate Crime Committee, sairt in New Vork he considered Sullivcm's remsiEUe- I ment "of sufficient importance that I plan to bring it to the attention of the committee," Sullivan was suspended last Oct. 16 nfter n grand jury charged he [ailed to enforce gambling laws and permitted his deputies to be bribed. .uvcr committee session here. Warren reinstated Sullivan to Ihe $12,000 a year post Monday. In Washington, Senator Hunt <D- Wyo), another member of the Kct- auver committee, said he was "concerned and surprised" to learn of Governor Warren's action. Rudolph Hatlcy, the Senate committee's chief counsel, called the reinstatement fc 'a shocking thiug,' When announcement of Sullivan', reinstatement was made yesterday state Senator Verlc A, Pope of St Augustine offered a resolution li the legislature calling for an in •estimation of Warren's action, Th senate debated the resolution, thci referred it to a committee, Sullivan, smiling and exutmi. good humor as he regained the of fice. .said he understood the entii nation "was tuirniug over -A ne leaf" and the former "liberal" po lice of Dade County would have t "There \vili »c no gambling/' he | siiid. "I will see to that." ONK WAV—Till-; ILAHD WAY—A ftcKcty bridge provides a juc-cnrious crossing for vehicles cai i-ying First Marine Division troops as tliey move over ihe rnginK, ratn-swoHcn Pukhnn River north ol Chui chon on their way north. (AP Wheplioto). Men Get Life Sentence for ?ape Slaying KALAMAZOO,. Mich . April 11. i>)—Hay Lee Olson ;mii Va torus Joe Mntthcis today wore sentenced 0 life impi'lsonmcnt. for the rape- laying of ( coi!d Carclyn Drown. Turning down appeals of llic i\vti 'arm youtKs for retrials, Circuii Judge Lucion swccl specified they should servo nl hard labor, OLson and Matt hols, both 22, WOT found gvulty ot first tloyroe numlei 1 i.st March 22 allrr a ihrec-\vecl trial. Tiie jury deliberated only 3. minutes. Eightceii-ycar-otd C a rol y n, freshman nt West out Mlclilu College here, was raped a stratified last Nov. 'JG. One wc' Inter her body MIS found. Olson and MrtithoLs were arrest eft early in January, confessed, nn then relrnctcd their confession: Duvmfc Lheir trial l)0lh Insiste they were, innocent. Uiuiev Mwhignn lav. 1 , lj(c .scuL eucc.s arc mnrulntory for first de gree murder. I'LL TAKE THE HIGH ROAD—Time's juM no bins about it, it i'.cU; your &oul—it yciu'u 1 a [-,o;it—to have to trump aro\ind on r lliil M<lpw;ill;s nil the lime. Ko this silly Billy at Ilic London, Kn<;!;][n3, 7.oo decided to slrrjll along the KOO'S metal benches. WOW BUY IT FOR LESS AT DEPAR7FAENT MG SAV9NGS IN EYEi SATURDAY THURSDAY ^V FRIDAY'* * the Season APRSL 12-13-14 JUVENILE BLACK TWILL BOXER SHORTS- BUY TWO PR. LADIES' FLATTIE STRIPPING Zipper fly, two pocksh, snap topi, fast color Shirt to match, $1.00, sizes 2 fo 8. SANDALS-SAVE 98c Graber's price A large solocHon of styles fn while WHY PAY $3.00 FOR MEN'S . SS-55RTS 7 o;. m.ic.nzod 'Irish Ivill. 1 flal .large and FC 17. colnrs for spring and summer wear, GABARDZNE SHIRTS Long sloavot, two pnclofi, blu« tan, qtey, gictn, Full cut, limll 2 to a ci:ilom;r. PAHT5 r. army l«isi Will. li«» v V uil pockoll, colon army tan, darlt g nd d*rl brown. Pjnli .i»i " lo oationi frea of chitqa. Buy One pr. $4 S8 Graber's price GRABER'S PfUCE WASH CLOTHS — ONLY AT S2.98 and S3.88 GRASER'S. THIS LOW PRICF SATIN SLIPS, SKIRTS - BELOVU MAHUFACTURER'S REDUCED for THREE DAYS Mi^t Dii'l br^nd v.ifli i"oclheaff nec.- mi. lace trirr.m^d, tuilt-up ihoulderl, rufilrt bottoin. lace Itim. colod plr.t jnd blue, iliet 4 lo U. INFANTS' HAND - MADE , 45c ON FIVE YARPS O'ir slips Special BATISTE PHILIPPINE CURTAIN SCRIM DRESSES, REDUCED Graber's price COMPARE TiiiS PRICE IN RLASTSC TABLE CLOTHS LADIES' CASUftl. PLAY SHOES SPECIALLY 77" wide to iho pair, 83' ong ruffles, color green wKlfe, anJ blu Re?jlar Si38 values YOU SAVE 55c PAIR SAVE 25c ON BOYS AND GRABER'S PRICE $ Selling elsewhere lor $1.38 WENS' WORK SHOES JUVENILE SPORT ANKLETS Graber's Price And pdMerni, iiiai £ lO'A. v^luet to 29c. Here's n delicious sparkling drink, dilTcrcru from .my you've L(l r 'rS yimr do.y's energy within 2 to 8 minutes . . gives you new l.IFH fast. Peps you up wlicn you're low. Nothing like ti — everyone loves h. Keep a car-' ton or a case at hand, tor a t lift for life. At soda fountains, too! Remembei LOWER PRICES THAN EVER ON MEN'S ANKLETS E DAYS ONLY • THURSDAY FRIDAY • SATURDAY APFSSH 3L2-13-H Blythcvillc, Arkansas

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