The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 16, 1948 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 16, 1948
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PAGE TWO 41 Japs to Hang for War Crimes •American Aviators /Brutally Murdered On Captain's Orders YOKOHAMA, Japan, Mar 18.— (OP)— Forty-on* former Ja'psnew N»vy »*n «r* sentenced today to liang for participating in Hie wnr- time execution of three American Njlvfll filers. Two of the 45 defendants In tile trl»l were acquitted, one was scn- • fenced to 20 years at hard labor and one was given five years In . . .. The defendant* were ch»rg«d w ltn ilaytng three filers who parachuted from • Grumann Evenger torpedo plan* to. Lshlgalcii . island In the OUnaAva group on A|jril 15, 1945. Their plane was launched from the ' Alrcrsft Carrier Nfakassar Straits. •Thp Americans were Lt. vernon I. Tetev Pensacola, P)a.; Avla'lon Ordnance Man l'c Warren H. H 'd, Forest HDls, Long Islanrt, N. V.. and Robert Tuggle. Brownwood, N. •>•• ; .'.'" Chief defendant was former Capl. Otohiko Jnoup. the island coinnmn- der, who ordered more tlnm 150 ; men of the garrison to \v!tnp.s.s the executions. Tebo and Tugglp were decapitated and Ix>yd wns llpd to a stake and bayoncttcti. Some 40 of the defendants participated in beating Loyd for 20 minutes before they bnyonelled him, according to evidence Introduced at the trial. BLYTJIEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Injured In Crash The unck scat of this automobile wiu Miiashed fist and Miss Sophia nSwrt Into the trunk when the cnr In which she was riding won hit by a train. '-The crash Injured the other five occupants. (NUA Tolcpholo.) killed one woman and With the Courts Chancery M. N. Nunn, doing business i\s Nuim Provision Co. -vs. Ed Vowcll; suit tor $100.00 on nccounl find naming D. A. Smith ns gni'itlshcc. Gene Johnson vs, Ncomn John•on r suit for divorce. Laney Urges Arkansans to Shun Truman Going Up? LITTLE ROCK. Ark,, March 16. (UP) —Oov. Ben Laney said yesterday he would urge Arkansas Democrats to attend a SouthwUe ami- Truman meeting about April 13 at Jsck.wn, Miss. The governor said he planned to lead the deification. Lancy returned to Little Rock Monday after a trip fo Washlng- .on during which he joined other Southern governors in condcinulnij President Truman ami his civil rights proposals. The next positive slop In Arkan...15' part ol the Southern revolt, Laney declared, probably would be .aken at a meeting o! the Ucmo- ;ratic Central Committee here June 30. Tlie committee will decide il it will Instruct the state's 22 delegates '.o the national convention in Phll- idclphla. "I haven't talked with any mem- aer of the committee,'' Lancy snid. 'and 1 don't knovv what will be (lone. However, it seems highly probable that our delegation w:il oppose President Truman'a reiioiu- Ination." Arth'ur Adanu of Jonesboro. chairman of the commlttrc, told United Press last Week llmt he would recommend thai Ibe (telega- lion be Instructed to vote again-1 Former Gosnell Superintendent- Dies in Dext-er, Mo. Abraham Lincoln Klnney, 30 of Dexter, Mo., formerly school superintendent at Oosncll, died at his homo Iji ncxter yesterday, it was lenincd hero today, Mr. Klnney served as superintendent ot Gosnell schools during the 1M8-4V scuooi year. Ill-health forced his retirement at the close ot the ycai and he returned to his home In Keanett. He was an alumnus ot Arkansas State College in Jonesboro having graduated in 1945. Funeral services will be conducted at the First Missionary Baptist Church in Dexter tomorrow afternoon at 2:aO with Rev. Russell Phillips mid the Rev. R. T. B, Lcvtill of Dexter officiating. Burial will be In the Dexter Cemetery with the Masonic Lodge m charge. Joan ,Anderson, long-limbed loungstown, O., beauty, is n leading conlnndcr (or Ihc title of Miss Stardust of 1948. 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SSS Tonic helps you enjoy the. rood you tat by lncrerUli, E the Sstrlo dlnsttTC Julee when It Is non-orpan "»y «» mue « *arnti-_ihi:, thc.wm- »ch will have llttlo cause to get balky »lth gas. bloat, ana E lvs on that sour J BLYTHEVILLE ARMORY Fri. and Sat., March 19fft and 20th HICKS BROS. INDOOR CIRCUS Auspices Blythcville Jaycecs 20 BIG TIME CIRCUS ACTS Headed by the Following Stars TEX ORTON-Knift Throwing Champion PAT AND WJLA I.EVO!,A-1VIzards ot (he Slack Wire 'iterT RRmNK & C °'~ Fof ' m " sl E*l'<"<e"'» of the HorlinnUl HARRISON DUO—Cyele Calculators. AI.IUK ANU UKH Ah'KIAl, BALLET LATARS1TA—Heel and Toe Catch. BII,l,V IKIVIN— Table Rnrk. CLOWNS AND MANY MOKE ADVANCK TICKKTS NOW ON SALE BY JAYCBE MEMBERS AS ADVIRTISED IN LIFE AND LOOK d t*ste, _, on '* '"'tl Enerslze your body vrlth " b!o< ^- Start on SSS Tonlo now. surB " throughout r freshnesS and , i, ou , ma *» y 0 " cat bc "«r. cp better, leel better, wort better i^r iV*' ^ vo a l > ral ">y color Blow In Political Announcements JuthorlMd to announce the follow" ing candidates, subject to the general city election. Apm 6 . a™ the Democratic Primary, j u l v -inih «nd August 3rd: y FOR AI;DKR^f,\N : (First Ward! Jesse M. Wlilte Harry Taylor L, C. (Bud) Posey Jr (Second Ward) ' •J. L. (Jodlo) Nahcrs FOR CITY Ct.ERK Larry Kncas W. I. (Bim Malin COUNTY TREASURER Frank Whltworth COCNTT COURT CLERK Elizabeth Blythe FO* CORONER E. M. HOLT FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR Herbert T. Shippen STATE KtrHESENTATrVE N. "Dukle" Speck *ii!i Ihis Perfect Eoster Love-Gift n* Gill not Slarlt Ik* Horn* Ciive your sweetheart the rcallovc-gift—aL«nr Cedar Hope Chest for E«ner! The only tested AROMA- TICFlTCcdar Chest in the world with Lane's exclusive patented features. Choose now from our selection of styles and models. ' ^ * * Moth Iniuranc* Policy with Ev.ty ton. Cheit, „,),„,. • >|, » lolotm.uhtJM.h.n.ny. \ »^ Charles S. Lemons, Furniture Incorporated Negro Woman Questioned In Death of Schoolgirl LITTLE ROCK, Mar. 16. <UP)- Pula.vkl County authorities were questioning wltnesse. today l n connection will) the fatgj dabbing of Rosetla Raynor. 13-year-old NCKro- girl, near England yesterday. ' Meanwhile, 26-year old Negro vro-, Lillian straw, was being held In PulMU county Jail on an op- 0? th^nvesl^aUo'r? '^ OUU;0 "'« _ Deputy Sheriff Bill Johnson saldi TUESDAY, MARCH 16. !!>« he got this account from Ruby L«e Mcrriwcther, 17, Negro »lrl. who '*a.s wounded when the Raynor girl »'as fatally stabbed: '1'he Raynor and Merrlwether girls were on their way to school when they were met by the Straw woman and a week-old argument riared The straw woman threatened the other two with K gun. which was taken from her. Then she obtained » knife which »he used to slash the Mcrrlwcthcr girl's face and to the neck ot the Ray- Joycecs to Elect in Caruthersville Thursday, April 1 CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., March 16. - The Caruthersville Junior Chamber of Commerce will hold its election oj officers for the coming fiscal year Thursday, April 1st Those nominated by the nominating committee are: For president—Raymond Britton and A. C. Brooks. For first vice-president—CJ«o AJ- len. ( For second vice-president—Mai*, i cus Lauck. > Poi- secretary—Fred Koppels. £°r treasurer—Charles Malin. for dIrectois-Maurice Molln and ; . Paul Hudgens, \ f Members of th« nominating com- ' miltcc are Jere KIngsbury, chairman, and Verland Stubbs, S O. Abernnlhy, Bill Wilson «nd Clyttl Increasing th« heat under a vea- scl of boiling water only change* the water Into .team more rapidly GLAMORUG All-Wool Face You've never seen anything like these new rugs — at anywhere near the price! Pure woo' walking surface for luxury feel and longer wear. Cushiony base of imported jute. Fine for living rooms, bedrooms, dining rooms, guest rooms. You'll be amazed at how much rug you get for so little money. Your choice of the following patterns and colors. 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