The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 2, 1946 · Page 5
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May 2, 1946

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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TJ1UUSDAY, MAY 2, 13.16 Tojo Seeking To Escape Trial Defense Attorneys Contend Indictments For War Crimes Void. TOKYO, May 2. (UP)—Attorneys defending 2R suspected Japanese war criminals, including former l*rlmc Minister Hitlcki Tojo, will move to quash the Indictments when the clefcndunts are arraigned tomorrow, reliable sources said to- iliiy. Tlic decision was made ... „., hour-lout; meeline at Die home of Dr. Ichiro Kyose, Tojo's chief ile- fcnsc counsel. The urraigimien'.s are set for 10:30 a.m. The defense reportedly will demand that the Indictments l,e thrown mil on grounds they ay, Bitsbf Mostly, Personal • " . (ion which Japan accepted when she silt rendered, and that (he clitv- ler of the international military tribunal before which the suspects will he tried does not have jurisdiction. Kiyose told the United Press th;i>. he hoped the (rials will not prove "a harsh and unreasonable copy of the Nuernberg (rials.' 1 He pointed out Mint the Japanese surrendered "conditionally" in accepting tiie Potsdam declaration and that therefore the court can not extend its jurisdiction as far as in Germany. illis reference to "conditional" Mrs. Louise Payne will spend Llic weekend In Slultgnrl, Ark., with lior cltuightcr, Mrs. Marvin Sanderson, and Mr. Sanderson. Rosco Crafton. T. R "Doc" Hean, 13r. Ci. S. Atkinson and 13. Slm- nioiis attended the Shrine ceremony last night In Memphis. Mrs. Sara Parker CriUcmten lu'.s Kane to Clay, Ky., to bo with her , parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Mav, slinl, until her wedding the lost "I mi of this month to Fred w. Warner -' of Marion, Ohio. Jack Hood lias arrived home io be v.'itli his parents. Mr, mid Mrs. ( S. M. Hood and family, 1)10 West, ) Ash., following his discharge from the Navy at Millinnton. A veteran of two and 11 halt years service., he lind duty in the Pacific Theater at Pearl Harbor nml the Marshall.'., At the time of his discharge, he held the grade of radioman third Mass. Mr. Hood plans to attend school nt Washington University, St. Louis. Mrs. John D. McOill an<l son. John, will leave tomorrow monmu; lor Memphis lo miike llieir home. surrender was taken lo mean thai Japan surrendered on condition thai the emperor remain in office.t "Tojo will plead absolutely not Riiilly," Kiyose reiterated In answer to .1 question. She will be Joined later by her daughter, Miss Nancy McOlll, now employed here »t Weis Butane Company office. Mrs. j. Neal Oesell. of Jonesboro. Is here with Mr. Oesells mother. Mrs. J. a. Oesell, who H quite ill of a back ailment. She Is nl her home, in West clilcka- sawba. II. E. LsiShol, 318 DoiiBan. Is undergoing treatment at Hlylhc- vllle Ho.spiliil. Ills condition Is satisfactory. Caul, and Mrs. Thomas Phillips left today for Memphis, where Captain Phillips expected to be slu- tioned for the present alter having been pilot ol a nuijo- plane between India niid China. Captain Philll])s Joined his wile at Li's Veens, Nevada, recently upon returning from overseas. He was connected witli the advertising department of Courier News prior to entering Ihc Army Air Forces. Hob Grimes, (i2.|'j West Main, Is undeiKolUB treatment at lllythe- vllle Hospital for a muscular condition. ni,YTHNVll,LK (AUK.) COUKIflll NKWS At The Hospital* PAGE FIVE Pine Bluff Water Users To Get Rate Reduction LITTI,K HOCK, Ark., Muy 3. (U.I*.)—The Arkansas Public Horv- k:c Commission lins approved a rcfiiiiiiicini: plun o( Hie pliu- Ulull \«i(ci» works which will result in an rmniial sa villas of Sti.DOO to wnter customers of the city. The Commission order permits (he General Wnler Works Corporation of pine HKiff to sell its wilier phmt to its wholly-owned stiusitl- iiiry. the Pino Bluff Wulei- Company, Ineoipoi'filed. to be paid finny tile i.ssunnre of 100 shines (1 | Dl.vlli.'vill Admitted: Daniel Dovel.sleln, Strclr, Mo. 11. K. Laahot. city. Mrs. Thin-man WiUBS, llollaiul. Mo. Hob Grimes, city. Mrs. Willie I-lllj', city. Hmn lo Mr. uml Mrs'. Sam Allison, city. 11 son yesterday utter- noon. UL.sciiLs.sct): W. li. Ncely, city. Mrs. M. C. Ciililsoii. rily. Wall* lluspil.it Admitted: Miimico Kinn Jr.. Manila. Olley MoiilKomc'rv. Ciimthersvllle, Mo. Dismissed: Mrs. Gordon Lonen. Holland. Mo. Cecil Uselton. eily. Mrs. Cecil llnves, city. Mrs. W. A. O'Neill. Miinlln. Mr.s. Brnii, Unwell. Kleelc. Mo. Mrs. Cecil T. lleuljii- and babv, city. Mrs. n. w. uidwell. city. Mis. Haymond Cole and baby, city. Memphis llnplist Hospital Admitted: Fny Thorn, city. Opal Wicker, city. Memphis Methoillsl Hospital A()uii[U'<J: Mr.s. 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