The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 30, 1949 · Page 2
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PAGE TITO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS End of Missouri (Blue Laws Asked ' . Old Legislation . May Be Removed ' A* 'Out-Moded' .; JEFFERSON OITY, March 30— •WV-A program to do away with many of the state's blue laws was llaunched in the Missouri Senate •yesterday. ; Sen. William M. Qutnn <L» ot 'Maywood Is conducting the one man campaign. He offered a series ot bills-to do. away with laws which •have become out-of date and ceem '.bmuslng now. - 'These laws were enacted when people lived more simply and probably more righteously than they live .^oday," Qulnn said. v ' The laws are contlriously violated. .The laws Qulnn wants repealed make It a misdemeanor now for: A person under 18 years of age --.to smoke in public. - Anyone to give or sell persons Binder 18 cigarettes or cigarette ""papers. : People to hunt or shoot game •on Sunday. •" People to play curds or games :of any kind on Sunday or take •pnrt In Vmrseraclng or cockflgiulng. P Deformed animals or persons to ;b« exhibited In shows or fairs. { Farm tractors to be sold without •fenders over the icnr wheels. -, Advanced to position for passage ;«-as a bill to plug leaks In Missouri ;llqulr laws. Edmond Burke, liquor 'control supervisor, told n Senate 'committee bootleggers are costing ^the state thousands of dollars an- :nually In losl revenue. [ The bill would require liquor transporters to be licensed at a :cost ol $50 a year. They would ;have to give $1,000 bond. Their "shipments would have to carry bills :of lading showing the destination rand route. Trucks would have to stick to that route. " Trucks or cnrs could be stopped ; ivlthout a search warrant, but only •only if law officers ha^ "probably .cause" to think the cargo Included -contraband liquor. Sore Spot in Israeli-Trans-Jordan Peace Talks ' WEDNESDAY, MARCH 80, 1949 .Korean Methodist 'Leader is Accused •I SEOUL, March 30. —Yang „, •Sam, 70, first Methodist bishop of •Korea, was arrested yesterday on ;charge« of wartime collaborating : wlth the Japanese. • Special police made the arresl 'on orders o! a committee of 10 Na- :tlonal Assembly delegates. • ' Bishop Yang 1* also president ol :the YMOA In Korea. - He Is among 80 persons arrested •since January on collaboration charges. Details of the accusation jwere withheld pending trial. / Read Courier News Want Ads. '.lay Approves Death Penalty tor Nazi BERLIN, March 30. «'> — Gen. Lucius D. Clay, U.S. commander. • e.steiday approved the death xent- nce Imposed at Nuernberg on an S.S. officer ror mass executions, This raised to U the number ot teath sentences confirmed by Clay n the "Einsatngi uppcn Case" jn- 'olvhig the murder of more than a nilllon persons, mostly Jews. The defendant, Hans Schubert, 34, had asked for mercy claiming he was acting under orders. Commandos of Ihe British Royal Marines man a mortar outpost in the desert area near the Palestine border town of Aqaba, in Trans-Jordan. K the recently doubled British forces take over Arab Legion position* along the Ne«eb front, Israel will consider the act a breach of the truce. accord- Ing to Jewish spokesmen. Such action would stymie present armistice talks between the two states on Rhodes. Trial in Jones Murder Case Hears an End DETROIT, March 30. CAP)—The Jones murder case is expected to go to an all-woman Jury late tomorrow or Thursday. Mrs. Evelyn Larl. 21, one of the accused, took the stand again yesterday. She testified that the codefendants, Ralph Ray Hunter, 25, and James Saccheltl. 31, demnmlwl no money from Elmer B. Jones. 72. who was fatally beaten Inst June. "They didn't give hlni a chance," she said. "They didn't ask him." She said wnen Jones was first attacked he cried out: "Don't hit me, boys. I'll be good. "Those were the last words he spoke," she said. "After that, things Just happened." "What were you doing?" asked Prosecutor Gerald O'Brien. "Why didn't yon run out the door while all this wan going on?" "I couldn't" she replied. "I was screaming, but I couldn't move. They had the gun, you know." Mrs. Lari, under questioning, did not back down on her contention that both Hunter and Sacchcttl were in on the killing. Doth me: claimed Sacchettl was not there. Judge Joseph A. Gillls was obviously wearied by the train of the two-week trial. He threatened Mon- New U. S. Cruiser Termed World's 'Most Powerful' PHILADELPHIA, March 30. (/I-)— The world's most powerful light cruiser will Join the United States fleet Monday. On that day, Ihe U.S.a. Roanoke will be commissioned at Hie Phlla- dclpiiin NtiviU Bii.se. A sister ship of the U.S.S. Worcester, the Roanoke ix«t »30.COO,COO and required over four years to IJiiiJd. The ship ts 680 feet long, ha-s a beam ol 10 lect. displaces 17,000 tons and lias a designed speed of 33 knots. Tim Roanoke will be manned by 51 oHIcers and 922 cnlisleti men. She hits a main buttery of 12 new .soinl-iiuioniiitlu six-Inch guns housed in six turret.';. Her secondary battery consists of 10 (.win mounts rapid lire three Inch guns nnd six (.win 20mm guns. Leaves pull the ivater np [rom the roots tiiui nianufRctnre tlie food that nourishes the tree. Senator's Civic Pride Suffers Severe Wounds BOSTON, March 30. la;— The senator's civic pride was hurt. "I wouldn't jnlnd." State Senator Joseph A. Glbney told the other Massachusetts Senators, "II legislative documents left out one or two or even three letters of tlio name of tlje lake In my home town "But they left out 281" The lake, Glbney added Is namcc (lie drew a deep breath at Ihh point): "Lnke Churgogsagoggmancliaug Kagoggchaubunngimgamaugg." "II means—in Indian: You fl.sl on your side; I'll fish OH my side and nobody fishes In the .middle,' Since nobody else could pronounce it. the other senators Jus voted for the bill under discussion It changes the dates of the flslilnj, season. The name In the document remained unchanged. day to cite the chief of Detroit policewomen for contempt, and yesterday made the same threat against an attorney who tiled to force his way Into the courtroom. "I think counsel will agree there never has been another trial like Ihls," he said. 'Queen ot Diamonds' Ot Past Decade Sent To Mental Institution NEW YOHK, March 30. VPi— Mabel Boll, who glittered In the International society set several years ago as "the queen of diamonds," has been committed to a state hospital for 'he menially 111. Bellevue Hospital records showed today that Mrs. Mabel Cella was committed to Manhattan State Hospital March 15 from Bellevue. Mabel Boll married Theodore Cella, her fifth husband, at Port Lauderdale, Flu., Jan. 30, 1040. Cella was not available for comment. Supreme court commitment papers are sealed. The blonde daughter of a former Rochester, N. Y., bar tender reputedly picked up more than a quart ol precious stones on her lulerauitliiciitiil rumblings during the '20s and '30s. She first received nolle atten- tion when she began appearing _ social functions with Jewels report! edly worth more than tl.000,000. But worldwide attention came her when she offered Charles Levine $50.000 for permission to 1 the Atlantic with hi' i and Her 1 , Acosta. Acosta refused to take hen Dragon flies benefit mankini through their fondness for mosqull toes. • State Hospital to Get Full-Time Auditor LITTLE ROCK, March 30-^/Pl— A full time auditor will be employed at Hie State Hospital. Arkansas Comptroller Lee-Roy Beasley said yesterday. Request for employment of the autidor was made by C. O. Smithers business manager of the Institution. Salary of the auditor will be paid by the hospital hut duties of the post will be laid down by the state comptroller's office, Beasley said. New Ford Tractor Newest next year, too! The most truly advanced car you've seen in years—the New Hudson! The car with the exclusive, years-ahead "step-dosvn" design. The car tliat gives you easier driving, easier riding, more safety, amazing Lead room nnd . . . the roomiest seats in any mass- produced cur in the country! It's youii only in tlie ... 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