The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 21, 1949 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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THURSDAY, JULY 21, 19-19 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.T COURIER HEWS PAGE FTYB Alabama Pushes Probe of Klan Grand Jurors Called In Birmingham for Session Tomorrow BIRMINGHAM, Ala., July 2l. (AP>—High handed lawles.sno.ss by night prowling mobs has spurred Alabama crime fig him to increase the tempo of their war on hooded ^testers *H grand jury was ordered Into special Cession, tomorrow to starch further into floggings, cross burnings and threats by mobs. And State Attorney General AI- uort Carmifh.ael singled out Hie Federated Ku Kiux Klaas. Inc., lor n legal attack in court. The new anti-mob campaigns by law agencies came simultaneously with reports of two more mob floggings and disagreement between two top-level klsin officers. A white man revealed yc.stertlay he and a Negro were taken out TuMcJny nigh t by a n armed mob, tied to a tree suid la.shod with sawmill belt. Dotpli Bailey. 25, said none of the vUacfcoi-s v,'M'c masks. He also said •hey were not (clansmen, adding: "I'm a'lneirbur of the ktan myself." L'lie attack occurcd near Gixxhva- 'er. about 70 miles southeast o" Bii mint-ham Two white men, booked as Bob oy Buckner and Buck Burkhulter both of Alexander City, have twei arrested in the case, Both are h jail under 55,000 bonds. Bailey named them as the men who applied the lash. Good water Police Cliief Cleburn Ogburn said the Negro who was beaten. S. J. Thomas, is In "fair j condition" in R hospital. In Birmingham, a quesi ion of leadership arose in high ranks ol : klan By Bit* UUbM NEA Staff Writ* Just Scanning Society Page Is No Way to Read Paper WINGLLSS CHICKKN—If you are one of the people who looks carefully over the platter of fried chicken to avoid a wing, then Peter 11. • Bautnunn of DCS Monies, la., has good news for you- He has developed i a wingle.ss chicken, Baumann is shown above examining one of ills i wingless flock. At left is an ordinary bird with its aviation ctuiipiueni • intact. <AP Wiiephoto). Just because a woman reads her daily paper unfailingly doesn't: mean she is equipping herself to diseusi the news of the day with her husband. Many women consider that they've read (he morning or evening paper thoroughly when they glance at the headlines on the front page, read the gory details of any sensational murder story that catches their eye, and then turn to the society pages lo get the "lowdo "n" on who has been where, »mt who is marrying whom But so far A enlightening them- sfilves enough to discuss the news with their husbands, they might is vvt'll not have opened the paper If they haven't read any political news, or any foreign news or looked at tho .scores on the snorts Mtges. studied the financial page luin-i lo the omics. or read the editorials they don't know any' l iinp about the news — from a mrtn'^ point of view. ^'rernienl QufsHrn Gels Stock Half Moon News Hempstead Officers Arrest Rape Suspect "Don't you over read (he news uapCM.s?" i< a question men at always asking their wives. And th answer is usually an indignant 'Of course I do," "Then how could yon have miss ed such-and-such?" the man want to know Well, n woman can read a news paper and still miss most of what nteresls a man. And many women cad a paper just that way. Then they wonder why, when hey ure in a group, Iheir husbands eem to know so much more about vhat is going on In world affaits, jolltlcs, and sports than they do So any woman who wants to >e able to discuss I he news with lor husband or in a mixed social group had better look to see what sections of the newspaper lier husband reads, a till I hen add those sections to the ones she turns to naturally. The United Slates produced G( p/ri cent of (he world's oil in 1948 tofent Death Toff Mounts in Arkansas By the Associated Tress At 1 ens t 11 persons ha ve died violently In Arkansas r his week Latest of four deaths from traffic accidents was that of James Hrr.s- rhel McKay. 20. of Locust Bayou, who wa.s killed in a collision of two '.rucks near Holly Springs Wednesday. There have been four homicides and t-wo -suiclrte.s. One man was kihed in a fall from a train. Mr. and Mrs. C- W. Garrigan spent the past week-end at Hardy. \ HOPE ^. Jul ^ , Ap) __ ^ j They were accompanied home. Sun- j ,i j?m iy-built"2l-vear-old Negro was j day. by their daughter Gay. who j , ld nndWlnspd hil tnd-iv ! had been ..tendtag a «mp there. ^"^ ™ ™£^ £* e ^ ! Mi.s s EJ'line Richardson i\as returned from Memphis. Tenn., where she has ,s]K'nt the past two weeks Jerry Frank Gray of Miami, Fla., who is visit, ing his grandmother Mrs. T. Alexander, has breti returned to Mrs. Alexander's hor<?e /'ter being a patien* at the Wai Li Hos- tiil for .several days. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Buck were With the Courts Chancery: Guaranty Loan Company vs. Robert and May Ella Futch, notice of foreclosure to collect $318.32 on a note. The Ncp.ro, booked as Herman ! MpxwolJ wns arrested in a wooded [ .section some three miles north of ! here and seven miles from scene of the attack. police Chief Clarence Baker said Maxwell admitted I tie attack in a statement at police headquarters here. Small «nnrps of persons milled DANCE at (he Miss Whitsitt's Shop Proudly Presents It's Semi-Annual SALE This Sale Includes Spring DRESSES COATS SUITS Silver Slipper a-WSSSHE-S -s »«.»..-«=«»:='at poplar Bluff. Mo., last week. Mrs. Tcnnie Johtision was the guest nf honor Sunday at a dinner honoring her birthday. Waiuta Psiy Dildy and Paul Hu^h Johnson, her grandchildren, were also celebrating birthdays. Mrs. Densie Howard and Mrs, Zeldn Dild> r . daughter.- of Mrs. Johnston, were hostesses. Pvt. Leslie Wat kins, who is stationed with the Army al Ft. Bliss. Tex.. Is home on leave. He has been at Ft. Bliss in training for siy. mouths. house, but there were no - t overt threats of violence. Officers encountered no trouble when they moved Maxwell to another city. | The youne expectant mother said | a Nce.ro forced his aUentions on her j .it knife pv»int. She was alone in he:' home at the time. To Hie Music of Doyle Turner and (he National Hillbillies Main Slreel FRIDAY, JULY 22 from 8:30 U1 1 :00 sister. Mrs. W. family. Lightfoot, and i Coy 'IVectlte, who has beet) ill a short [iine. is reported a^ satisfactory. Junior insrain, \vho has been ill • FEATURING • FREE BARBECUE and SQUARE DANCE AVith a Professional Caller John Nclms is here visiting his at his home, is improved. $3.97 WOMEN'S GOLD CROSS SHOES Summer Whiles and Combinations Broken Lots of Women's Pumps FINAL CLEARANCE Straps & Ties Low, Medium and Hit;h Heels 2 Prs. for $3.50 CHILDREN'S LEATHER SANDALS iwn or While Sizes 5 lo 12 WOMEN'S SANDALS AND SPECTATOR PUMPS While and While Combination SanHals $(i.95 Values 7.95 Values $3.47 California Orange Y O M B 1 E S Now Only 100 ALSO SKIRTS BLOUSES EVENING DRESSES ROBES SWIM SUITS UNDERWEAR SLIPS GOWNS PETTI SKIRTS PANTIES Just About Everything At Half Price For A Limited Time BUY NOW FOR PRICE Summer Dresses Include Cottons And Voils--AII Sheer Merchandise CHILDREN'S WASHABLE KEDS PLAYSHOES, STRAPS & TIES Sizes 9 (o 3 $2.45 FAMILY SHOE STORE 312 West Main Phone 2342 Twice A Year We Work With You, the Customer, to Help You Secure Unheard-of Values Small Charge For Alterations We Reserve the Right To Limit Quantities Miss Whitsitt's Shop "See What's New At WhitsittV

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