The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 16, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 16, 1947
Page 5
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WKDNKSDAY, Al'Rll, 10, 1947 BLYfllEVlLLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Malice Lacking o Yacht Tragedy Friend of Dead Man Fj presses Doubt Dancer "Shot to Kill" Big Passenger Liner Pulled Oft of Shoals SOUTHAMPTON. Ell".. April (DPI—The Cunard While Star elude Hie I3us Station, IB. lioth skies or Broiulwiiy from Ash lo Holts. Harry nroofcs inul CUii Uarrho'i —iiotli sides of Asli from 5ih lo Coi'ii-Coln plant. Ulan Heath iind Wallace Hoke-S. side of Main Iroin 4Ui lo 5ih and both sides of s. 5tli lo As i Russell Phillip;. uiHl E H. Thorn- ns—N. side of Main from 4th nronml lo 5l)i and Walnui lo lu- HAVANA, April l(i. (U.P.I Charle;; Jackson, the third nerson al.xu-d the death yacht Ratira, y that Patricia Selimidl fatal pistol shot at John Lrslr Mee without Inlendinj; lo do .'.o during an argument ahont her clothes. "I've never believed Ihe bheotin^ lias purposeful,'" Jackson told iho United Press. Die Ill-year-old exotic dancer was being held without bail on n hi uiii-ide chaise. The formal Cu- iiati cliaiiie -homieidio inle'icinnal' riirrics an implicalion of maliec aforclhoiiKhl. Tomorrow aflenionn :'l!c will re-enacl the shooting for the benc'fil of the coin't. 1 Jackson also was in jail in lieu oi a $10.000 bond, charged with withholding information from Ihe ixihce. The 27 : ycar-old Hiver Fnr- i-^f. 111., man may -soon in! free on iKiil, however. A business nsso."*:i'.le of liia father's arrived here today to arrange the bond. Jiu-kson de'.'ied thai lie ever nad[ intimate ' relations wllti Miss KHunidl. lie asked tlie dead man's father, I>r. Lester Mee of Chicago, in visit him in the Principe Prison fo lie could explain Ihe rclation- bhip between Mee 'and tlij girl . "I first met Put in Chicago last November through Jack/' Jar:kson lold the united Press. "I next saw IHT in in January. "There were six of us aU.HM'ri ivhrn we arrived, inclucUn&j Bob Champion and Jerry Chrislerson of Evanston, 111., and Jack Mona'%- aml Floyd Canaday of Chi- captaThey've drifted back to rjhl- liner Queen Elizabeth, lan;est ship | in Ihe world, was pulled off Ihe treacherous-brambles Shoal yesterday, more than 2G hours after she went aground with 2,246 passengers aboard. The 85.000-tou luxury liner run aground yesterday about two miles off sliore mi(| defied the efforts of i 16 tugboats to refloat her. Her impatient passengers included celebrities Iroin Washington, London and Hollywood, some of them were taken ashore In lighters. The huge ship slipped off the sandbank wllh her giant propeliors ehurnlui; while a dozen tuns s.trnIn- ert at the hawsers. Authorities had been about to give up for the nighl because the lide was receding. Hundreds of impatient passcn-i I'cr.s lined the Queen's rails while Hi tugboats and the liner's pro-1 pellers vainly churned the water for two hours durinn thn morninc high tide. Refloating efforts were abandoned until evcninz. House Group Asks Data on Trade Treaty E. U. Woodson and W. I* liorn- er—Businesses in West Und to 21sl Street. Krom but not including Division. Melvin Halscll and liaiidolph Smith—Businesses on Division Iroin Wnluut to cotlon Bell K.ll. Jodie Nabers and O. W. Con- uedge—Businesses from Jodie Nabers Store to Moore Brothers. Cecil ix>we, Hulch Becki'r. and Hob Ifc Smith—Businesses Ironx Allan Pickards up N. 61. | Atvln Huffman, Jr. and Sucnccr' Bunch —Businesses In Yarbro. J. L. Gunii and Douglas Lawson —S. 61 from cotton Bel: R.H. All i WAS1I1NOTON, April 10. IUP> —Acting Chalrmnn Daniel A. Heed of Ihe House. Ways and Means commlltce called <m president Truman today lo lift the secrecy from the Stale Department's I rude treaty negotiations ill Cieneva. The Now York Hcimhltciin wrote Mr. Truman asking him to okay his demand Hint the Klnte Department provide the coimnltlfc a daily report on the prcigress of negotiations for reclpr( v .'nl trade agreements with 17 countries. Heed charged that the department, had sla'ium-d the door .shut in the face or businessmen who want to express I heir views on fn«' businesses. Osceola Jaycecs Re-organize, Plan Activities possible ty negotiations on trade tr enterprises. River Terminal Proposer/ At West Memphis Okayed SCHOOL DRIVE Continued frt>m 1. Fnst 'side of S. Second, including offices OTI ^sh in Ol^n^np FJIH-. R. lj. Wade and Ruford Martin — North side of Main between Sec- oji'i arid first. . ' | Charles O. Bittnpr ind.E. B. David—E. side of Second from Main " r P" n < i °n Walnut. Not to include Swearcngen BuiWing. ' Elmer '; PaUon and Iloyrt Stick- mon-Upslairs in Hale Bmldint' ™' 1 n " ! -* carfn S c " Bulldma. "Pat came aboard the same clay or the day alter we dropped anther. Jack and I were living: in the after stateroom at the lime. I viiluutarily moved to Ui.* fonvard ciiliin. i •.lack and Patsy got along quite well until fairly recently. Iheil they bcyan having quarrels," Head Courier Want Ads. •LITTLE P.OC1C. Ark.. April II) <UP)- J A proposed Ki.COO.O'.O rive: OSOKOLA. Ail:.. April Hi Hilly! rail freight lennmal al Wes Nicholson bus been named presl- Memphis, envisioned by the Men:;:liis lenl of the newly nctivaieil Junior hambPr of Commerce here, James Kittany, the club's secretary, announced ycslcrday. J. W. Taylor has been elected roasurcr. A vice president and a Board of Directors will be eteeled )>' Ihe Osceola Jaycees al their next mcciiug, Mr. Killany .said. A rise of only one degree mean annual lempcrature loV,e would of their ice. tree the polar in Ihe of the regions Clian-.'Oer of Commerce today hail the ba-.'kiiiK of llcndm L-iikey. executive director of Ih Arkansas Resources and Develop ment Commission. Li:k?y, back in LHtlc Hock J'i's Iprda;, after aLLj-ndin^ an annivc ::ary celebration of Ihe Wo-sl Mem phi'-, Cliamljrr. slronsly endorsei the itiea as an invaluable one '.that city and to all of Arkansas. The II. am: ~l). dire:tor stale, that the pi:Mi for West uMi'inphi followed the lines of UK- new pro (Srescive -spirit in -Alkansas. Let Us Hcl;> You— STOI' UHhNKING There is no medical remedy for ilrtnk . . -. but we can help you resist it:; influence! No cost to you —only co-operation. JUST CONTACT Alcoholics Anonymous Box 873—illylticrillc, Ark. A«'i to Johnny Meyers Ser. sta. on Ash: C. o. Hedman mid U. S. Bian- -o'l — Of""es ni Krst Natlona Bank-W. side of 2nd -and N. of Jimmy Terry and Harvey Morris —W. of 2nd from Main to RR on bol'i sides of.Walnut. W. P. pryor and Fred Snlibi — Downstairs on R. Si rf e of Main between RR and .2nd to include Chambllns. H. G. Partlow and Louis Anple- banm—Upstairs on s. side of Main between PR. and 2nd. J. W. Adams and Seiehert Jiedcl —North of Main RR and 2nd. Jimmie Sanders and Sanford Boone—W. of 3rd from Main St. to Ash then on as to 4th. G. o. Poetz and Jap Ashcrift— All of R.R. S of Ash in Oil Plant to include Coal Cos. there.' Floyd White and W. A .Afflick— S. side of Main from R. R. to Illi to include-all of ..Lynch Building. Clarence.. Webb and Leon Ocn- ning—N. side:of Main from RR to 4th. : ' -Jess White and CliU "Oh, yes! I want to thank you for the tip. I served GRAND PRBZE coffee this morning and Tom liked it so well fie said I was getting to be a better cook." He Kille'd II Due's This is the mini who killed llc- nilii Mussolini, lie's Walla' Atlislo, 'J7, known since the limo of Ibe "execution" us Colonel Valerio. lie's pictured as lie recently told 20.UOO Communists In Homo details of the. lulling, which, lie said, was ordered by the Partisan command. Photo l>y NKA ivirresnmulpiil .Inline llmui. Drunks Aboard Plane Battle With Knives I,AS VKCiAS, NcV., April Hi. (UP) -The arrest of iwo men who bat- li'd with a dinner knife In a •rowdcd M-i>a,ssi'ii|;ei- Western Alr- 'Uies plane liluh In the nlr svns tin- lounci'd today by the sherllfs ot- lOl'. An unldentl!li\| LO.S nnxole.s !>:>- Iccnian, one of (lie 54 passeniiers. finally quelled the two men alter .>ayson^*Ts V.TUI :]irown Into panlr. The two mni wore William U. ll«r- rell. 112:1 |>in,. St., Pasadena, Cal., and Franklin K Murphy, Oklahoma Ulty. Dopuly .sherlfls Hob Owens and William llonralh. who were suin- moned lo the ulrport lust nluhl by a radio ou'ivsane from the plane, said the two Iind been drinking. School Bands Compete l/ITTI V. liOCK. Ark,. April ill. IUI'1 — The I.tllle lloi'k Hli'.hSrtuiol Hand. 103 Ail-on^ It'll here today for Kniil. Okln., where It will rnm- IM'ti- in the Trl-Stali' Hand l-Vsil- uil IhriiiiKh Katiiriliiy of this work Director A. 1'. Lape csthiuitftl that more than 10:) hl|;h sclion k)ands Ijoin Arkansas. 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