The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 22, 1947 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 22, 1947
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TUESDAY, APRIL 22, 1947 IILYTHRVIU.IMARK.)' COURlliU NEWS PAGE THREE. Suspect Killed by Police Victim Believed to Be Responsible for Scries Of Bold Robberies L!TTl,y, 'ROCK. Ark., April ?'_> < UP|^-Ailiin.s of several robberies here tin&y arc vicwini; the bods of a Dallas, Tex, man who was liUally Injured last ni»!it in two rimninp, K»n batllcs with poliee Gcorj;e J. Schneider, yu years nlil, died last night at a Little Ho;k hospital. Olficcis s.uu tlie first ^un 'oat-i tie occured between Scii'eider and Motorcycle Patrolman Carl Jack-1 I son foliowtni' tlie armed robbery "f Ihe Jcblin Wall service station in Little Rock. Tom Durrtis. mai!- flyer of the station, notified po- liee following the $40 robbery and ofli?er Jackson spotted Schneider oi'rdiiiK a .city bus. He trailed tlie vehicle and attempted to stop the Trx^s man as he left- the bus. However, the hllnl- cd man fired four shots, one grnz- the officer's cheek and an- olher striking his motorcyrle. Of- fieer Jackson ret'.lrned the fire six litiins, wcumlinf; Schneider in the abdomen and left hand. A scuf'.le followed and Schneider fled while I tlie patrolman ran iuto a nearby Ini2 store to summon help. Several minutes later the m;»l v:is seen \iy Detective Chief C. O. I Pink and Detective Lieutenant J. I C. Monan. As they approached ho n into an alley but fame out I .shooting. He wa.s .shot with a shot 1 iiuu iu the hands of Lieutenant Monan as Chief Fink fired to sain 1 his attention. Police believe that Schneider wir '(•5<jVisib!o for holdups of two li- iuov^:^i'ns. an ice cream parlor Iruii *Jre. cleanim: slir.p and cafe in the last ten days. He was slav- us at a tourist .court here with | his wife. Accused Man Indicted HOT PFrUN'CiD. Ark., April 'i'i (UP> —Frank Parsons. Saline County farmer, remained in jail hen today after being indicted on char- pcs of voluntary manslaughter by a Garland County Grand Jury yesterday. Held following the death of 17- yciir-old Jewell E'.vcll. parsons was also chnvjeri with contributinp to !hc delinquency of a minor. Ewcll died in a Hot SprUiKs hospital after beini; thrown from moving car - on \\\c Little Rock-Hoi Springs highway. Legion Plans District Meeting IJoyce Duknon «listrlcl comnunsder) J. \\'esley Sample; <slatc eonunmidcr)' J. Wesley Sampler of Rogers, stale commander of the ArKnns rjcpartinonl of the American Legion, has aeci^pted an invitation speak at the district meeting here Sunday, May 11, it wa:> disclosi today by Boycc Diekson, of Lepanto. distrljt command}! 1 . Mr. Diekson will be in c,:iu^e of the dislrict nieclliiu with niyuii vilte's Dud Casnn Post host to the convention. The district includes posts at Black. Oak. lllythcville. Curawn Cash. Dyes. Earle, Hairisbun;, Jonesboro, Keiser. Lake Ciy. I.eachvill Lcpiinto, Manila. Marion. Marked Tree, Moncltc. Oseeoi't, Truman Tyron/.a, Weiner. and West Ridge. Mr. Diekson is a veteran 01 both war;; and Mr. Sampler a vete:a of World War II. Labor Law esi in Making Litllc Rock Printers In Job Plants Fail To Show Up for Work Judge Issues Nurses Week Proclamation Mild. "Whereas, the week of April 'JO-'Jii has been proclaimed Niillon- al I'lilille llealtli Nnvses Week and whcroiis. Mississippi C'Hinly tins been particularly bom'flth'd by the loyal, ini'-cllish nml never lliiiiB effoils of Hie ruljlie lleallh Nurses. Kaeli day ihey (;<> uliuul their du- lles ('Oinbalini; and preventing dls- ense.s. In times or distress, disaster and epidemics which have occurred In this, counlx. they have w hole-heaiU'dly tuul unstintedly i;lven ul<| and cercy to the stifler- Bomber Doubts World to Ban Atomic Missile COLUMBUS. G:»., April - Col. Paul W. Tibtels, the B-2!) which dropped atomic; boir.b on Japan, clay the only known 22. (UP) pilot ul the Ills'- said to- defense Injuries in Auto Crash Fatal for Church Leader dry United Ticket lines encircled a Shipl'-'i'i :: kiiu; C:>. Crnslriicl ion project 1 n ravelteville Uulay. as Arkansas ucur app.irenlly Siood read;.- to put he test lo the state's rerenfly- •nucled anti-closed shop la'.v. The hues kinned yesterday »l- .ciiuion, v.itl) nu'inbers of Local 107 o; Hie Hod Carriers Union API.i cKiryni!! sinus <'h;ui;hH'. the f\. v 1'inl Constrtu'tion Co. oil ivi'ttrvilU' with unfairness to oi'- .mt\\ liibur. I Unicii Ilnsiness Manager C. H. Carnes said that Hie mo\.e against the llird Company was voted two week aKo IH c;inse ihe eonstrueliou linn hired union and non-nnloyi uoike>>; on Ihe same job. Meanwhile. I he fniu's ;;cr.eral malinger, •loe Handtilrili, chained that the union wis ileteimined to either ]:ill the linn out of business or lo make il violi.U' llile Arkansas anti- closed shop law, A li'iive situation developed In iiucl-allcriioiin yeslcidav when the 1 [•i lines stia.ved in front ol the main Iniilclin;; <il UK: bakery cu!r;jany. and ]>:>lice were called out to cnnlinc llic lines to the con- sti iicl ion project. In Lillle Rock today, some SI) commercial |)rint sliop employes were scheduled to be back at work after a brief unofficial walk-out. Tlu- \v ukcrs did not report to their iob r . ye^tciti:! 1 ,' morninc. hut otfi- riiils of tlie local Inlernational Tili.s \vcek, Aplil '^O-l'l., has ijceii proclaimed Public Health Nurses' Wt't'li in Mississippi C'onuly in rec- | o^iUlioii Di the nurses in this sec- vice by Comity Jud|;e uolmnl Cireen. In liis piivlnmaiion, .linlue i.icen ( Hsivc ydnv SIIOKS i lo nialcli yonv iiuriio . . . j Have yinir 1>IJ[{KI'; UYKH J lo ivuik'li ymiv slio'.'s;. Wo J fan niatcli any i-oltir k'itlli- I oi', SiioiU', Bsilin, l'';ibi'k', I Ntilnu'k. COMPLETE TT SERVICE AT broken jewelry can bo mndo tike ncv/ again through the careful, expert work of our expert craftsmen. Reasonublo •»«... pricos. HALFORD'S DREIFUS Take a look at yuur (ires. If they arc wearing uneven—or too fast—Mie chances arc the wheels are mil of alignment. HriiiK in your cur for a (illicit cliecU-ui) <»C llic en'.ire steering systviu. This si'i'vice is KHIOH. LOT EICH against atonii:: attack would be to "i!et 'em before they start." Stationed no-.v at M.ixwcll Field, Ata., Tibbets was here to visit IKS v.'ifc, a native of Columbus. The Hiroshima pilot doubted tbe atomi- bomb would be ouUawca occause "we know from history that warfare KIOWS progressively dirtier and bloodier." Veterans in Rome Boft.'c Police afCastle Gales for : per week and with pay. po- ROME. April 23. CUPI— An an- Bi-y crowd ot 4.0(111 war veterans marched through chib-swingin lice today and Ivied for the nnd tlsje in a v.'cck to storm the barrcn'ijiooi's of Montecitorio ral- ace, where the constituent assembly was in session. On April n and 13. mobs of demonstrator-; marched past 8<> v ~ eminent buildings anti broke into stoves anti markets. OsceoJa News Mrs. L. T. Lawrence has yoae lo Lebiincn, Telln., to be with h mother. Mrs. E. T. Beard, who is suffering from a broken hip. She is undeifjoiiu; treatment, at the Mcl r arland Hospital in Lebanon. Condition ol Mrs. Mildred Brown, who has been seriously ill in the Methodist Hospital in Memphis, is improved. 'Mrs. Mary Clay Hugliey and Mrs. J. II. Lcvcweil have returned from Jonesboro, where they spent a brie! visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. Lan Williams. JOSESORO. Al'X., A]>:il 22. — Services for Mrs. Kffie Oliver, wile of the Rev. W. L. Oliver, retired Typr^rurhical Union i;ave out Ut- Methodist minister of Jouesboco. lle^ informal ion. were lielcl at tlie First Methodist She,]) oj.i Church here at 2 p.m. today fol-_ clofed f\\r-, was lowing her death yesterday' in LI'work sli Memi^his hos]:ilal of injuries sut- demand fered a week ago in an automobile collision. She was 71. Burial was in Oakhiwn Cemclcry with tile Hev. C. M. Reves of Conway anil the Rev. W. Hemy Ouod- loc of Jonesboro oiticiating. The ncv. Mr. O.ivcr wa.s injured in the collision, which occurred last Tuesday on Highway 03 between Tiir roll and Marion. Mrs. Oliver was well known in church circles throughout the stale and 'i member ol the Methodist Church tor 4o years. WAS active iu the \Yo- Maii's Society of Christian Service. Loses Appeal 1 1TTLE ROCK, Ark., April 22. UPi The Arkansas Supreme Court yesterday denied a rehear- ini; to Mrs. Minnie A. Page in her Eiiit for a property settlement on the esiatc of her former husband, the late Earl Pase. one-time state treasurer of Arkansas. The court earlier had affirmed a Pulaski Chancery Court ruling in favor Mrs. Maud Woocison. Page's sister. fincfc Talk Opportunity NASHVILLE, Term., April 22. illPi—The parents get to talk back lo the children in a Nashville for- Notice is hereby given that the undeisigned as jiiiardian for the Estate of Doris June Wndlcv, r. r.:fr,-r, will on the lith day or May. 1M17, uni tonight. After six weeks of listening to tern-ayers tell how they think they ought to be reared, the older iolks will have their say. Parents, teachers, and preachers, take over the weekly forum to discuss "raising boys and girls". offer for sale the Court House in the City of lily- theville, Arkansas at public auction. to the highest bidder upon a credit of ;i months, a one-fifth il-Si interest to the following land belonging to said minoi' to wit: One-fifth (1-5) inlcresl in Lot Four (41, J. W. Under Addition to the City of Blythevllle, Arkansas. This sale is made pursuant lo an order of the Probate Court on the 28th day ot March, 1047 lor tir- linr- posc of reinvesting ward's funds purchaser at such sale will be required to give no!# with approved security fur the (HU'chase price. j Dated this Uie 1-Hh day of April,' 1047. Virginia II. Mayo Guardian. 4116-22 ENDS BAD CASE IF CONSTIPATION \Yoraan Finds Relief Eating Famous Breakfast Cereal Daily Is constipation causing yon worry iml unhappinpsr,? Then read this sincere, unsolicited letter: 'I Bin fi3 y^iri old. 1 haii lipon (i» dolors Rprnl ninnfy <> n rnrdirin'-.* lo pot rclit't I T nm r ^ I ^ t \ t J a Q C ;'f-'5; Af.l.-HKAN —* ""' l rielil o c il has done u'ill help nnyonr hnui:1it .1 ondora fur n: ^;',; l: -"MV»- r ii^= t.. r«t. sio'^o-aVtoH V. Urnvor. C<,!o. You, too, may find lastinc relief if you suficr from constipation due lo jack of hulk in tlie diet. Simply eat KKM.OGG'S AI.h-HRAN every day, cither as a cereal or in muffins — aiirl'drink plenty of water. Try it! ]f afler 10 (lays, you are not completely satisfied with tlie results, send the imply carton lo the Kellosi; Company, Battle Creek, Michigan, ami E et double IJOIIT moiiry back. KKM.OGG'S AfJrHKAX is not n piiTRative Init a wholesome breakfast retfal macic from the vital outer l lv er» "t wheat. Ask your Rrorcr for '• vv ALl^UKAN today. KEYS MADE T.ocks Opened and Uepnir- cd. Door Checks or Overhauls. For Service Call JIMMY "SPECK" BROCK at Chisum's Bike Shop 123 So. Third SI. riionc 596 CHEVROLET CO. Phono 578 WEARABLE FHA Official Dies 1..ITTI.E POrK. Ark. April '?.'.. (UP) ymicnU aM'aniiements lire lomplcud for A. Syil Wlll- i-ank';. :issis1anl, state director ol the 1'Vclcra! )!oush\i: Administra- titin. ului dii'd vesterday in a Little Reel: lio.:;-il!il.' Death "ol the I'J- ie:d cstale man lollowerl a stroke suffered in his oltice earij' vestei'd.U'. at the south door ot Live in llicm! Work in tlicm! Tiili tiicm over ami over! Iligli-couiil percales, liri-;litcnc(l by colorlnl jirinla or shiny while ilols . . . junior-size eliamliraya comliining paslcla and crisp 5lriiiC3..9-15 and 12-/M in t!ic groun. You've bcru Ihrtu ur>w cnnu 1 thi:in! Atnrriea's name radios and YOUNGER SET'S VERY OWN COTTONS Girls ailorc Inhhalilc collons they iloii'lhuvc lo worry ahont! Ilrighl floral prints are favorite^. liow-hack?, putCcil sleeves. 3-6x. 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