The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 25, 1947 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 25, 1947
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FRIDAY, AP1UL 25, 1917 BIA'THOTILLK (AUK.1 COURIER NM5WS PAGE THREE, Rescue Work Is Hard Work Ham Moses TesHfies For Retention Of Strike-Bound Rood IIITIE RCDK. Ark., April 25. l'j—The question of the- pro- arbiKlumipiu of ihi> strike-, s ' liss(>ui 'i :i'kl Arkansas niil- was under thi> advisement <;1: tl'c- iMU're.-iuUc Commerce .Connius- fi::n ix^miiier today, foHov.ini; tlie coiti-'.iisio.ii of :i seuMid Uranus l;j!i- voiaenUiy. j 1 x miiiifr Ji-romt; K. Ijylc '^ Washington, alter nil witnesses had In en i:c;ud. "arc attorneys on both .•:iik'.s until Jime :! to file Uriels in HIP case. Then, l-. e will niuke las formal rornn lo a division oi Hie ICC. re:oi!i!ncrdi,H; eitlier abandonment or iT!:iii>im:uion of (he 3c2-imle Hup. ' C. Hamilton Moses, president, of the: Arkansas l'c«-cr and LiKlu Co., was t!ic linal witness for tile state nn.ain.s f . tiie abandonment uiut s:r:u:,iiH', ol ll-.c road. HP lold l.yle I hat the move to dismantle llic in:e '.vauld b<! "the must serio;is tiling that could lia|!])t.-n to tlie area .sm r rd by the road." State i'\m>st ry Director Fred Lani; Mi-csiiPd tlip indiLsirinl potenliai:- lie'; of ].2t;o.UOO litres of titiibei'-1 lands adjoining the M. and A.! proporlie.;. Lang pointed out lhali tlu- <•>]>.sijsion of imUislw was "on! til,. ;nr/.e" .•.]] alons; the' line, and !h:il. the ont'.el for the 1,003.- C8!i.(l.'0 boaid feet of timber involved wa'i urgently needed. Anottlicr whnoss was William C?cb. thief engineer for tlie stain public service commission, who rectified that electric power in a (lezc-n coumies along tile route of the M. and A. had doubled since 10J5. and tiiat .-.ome in,000 custo- 'vieis had been added in that vear WP. Bother \\-iLnc.sses. quest ioned altcr- nniely by Atty. Gen. Cir.y E. Williams and by r.jecial Assistant Atly. Eugene Warren of tittle K«ik, included" J. B: Lambert of Helena, chairman of a citizens in- dnslris! Iijrciun fightim; the aban • flr.nment; Ben C. White of Cotton Plant, a shipper; and Charles -Bowers, industrial engineer of the phil- ;jp.s Co. Chamber of Commerce. Ho-Hum! Wallace To Speak in United States PARIS. April 23. (UP) Henry A. W;il!:\:e wii! carry his '"peace crusade" from Europe back to the United States tonight. Wallace win leave Paris by air at the end of his speaking tour in Fm;innd. fc'candlvania and France. He has premised a series of speeches in the United States "which even the deal should hear." In his final European speech liut ni^ht. he told an enthusiastic au- t'ience of 3.CCO fit the - Sorbonne that "P;ance must remain a ro- pullic. free of dictatorship aspira- toi 1 ,^ not only in the interest of JuV pL'Cple bat in the very interest ot the world." "[ have been criticized before. 1 shall be criticized again." lie said, "r shall go on sp?akini; out ir.r pei:cc as long as there is hope ot peace. College Sizes Change; West Exceeds East "i-.iiHT students. \ i'. at c. sun Tops j iJimvrsny ol calilornlii. with Us |1V<1 '^' eamimses. continues the' I M.iiinn.< lan>eM full-lime enroll-! jaunt with .;c.<h studenl.s nnd lias j i-o:nr 1:11 ii.ini third lui'iicst lo io]i l' :i •''' in i'laiul lolal with !>J.lUtl Ancients. CINCINNATI. O. (UP)—Chimecs in rank among tlie nation's mil- vcrsllles as far as si'/.c is c-oneerned, irt- taking plaeo. with Uic far west and mid-west for^in^ alier.d ol the easl. The University of CalllonUa. for instance, is grcnvlng steadily, while Columbia University in NC'-V York has fallen off. Comparative figures were made rtiblie. by Or. Kaymond Walters, president of Hie University of Cincinnati and widely-known statistician of higher education. HLs current enrollment report Is in two .sections, one covering ll>e total of full-lime students, the! other of liraud total students, including full-time, part-time anil! Columbia University has drfpped "•>m -ireoiul in fiuh' ])]«(:•> in finl- 'i:i:i enrolment with 21,!!KI slu- ii>'::is. inn! team seiond lo third ]>!ai-e in jiraiid tolal with an estimated ;<!),DU stiiik'iits. M-.ivliiK .mead ol Columbia 'n lull-Inn,' enrollment are Unlvi-i 1 - •iiy ot Illinois, second with 2Y,- ^Tii .'.indents; Unlverslt oyf Mlnne- >"ta. third with 21,11)3 students; :'.n ( i Chici Btutc Unlvi'vslly, limvvti ftilli ;:!.:;)! .•.tuilenis. Ni 1 ^ S'tnlv IfnUiMsiiy dropped Irdiii loiuili lo sixth In full-linn' '.vitli L'O.'HV sli'.clcnts and from lirst '(j seuuid in v.rai'.d total with •!!),SSI s'.iulc-nts. Head Courier News Wunt Ads His face showing the strain of long hours of rescue work'. IXMmard Atkins, Knnapolis. N. c.. pauses long enough to sip a dipper ol eolice. He was one of Hie Monsanto workers who got oia alive. (NEA Teln- plioto.) McLaughlin Wins Breach Of Promise Case HOT SPRINGS, Ark.. April 2.). (UP)—Leo P. Me'Lauyhlin. c >:-rnay- or of Hot Springs, stood on the, - -winning side of a court battle tor|J' O'Comu'll, chairman, called for change louay. after dismissal i "wsoliatious in good faitli." ami - "just and fair means to avoid vio- !en:c-." O'Connell said that (he company should refrain from persuading jobs. Catholic Committee \ Supports Union Workers 'NEW ORT.EANS. April 25. (UP) —The Catholic Committee for thp Ecuth came out. today in suppt\ of union demands in the nationwide telephone strike. A statement by the Rev. Vincent yesterday of n s2G".03a breach of promise suit filed against him by Lucille Griffith of Oklahoma City. The -not guilty verdict was,--- ™ handed out in federal court yestei-- 1 Hul "•'••• lo day afternoon, only one hour afld' the case had gone to a jury comprised cnthely of married men. Miss Grifliih. who was a milliner in Hot, Springs from 1M1 to 1945. first, filed suit last fall. . He said that the company should use experienced operators selected from union membership to handle emergencies. Revokes Hotel Permits l iron- * — _ _. , , quickly | Due To Fire Hazards ATJ...WI.IA. Ga., April 25. (UPi— I bles were bre.vim; and he claimed that the court action just another political maneuver. r ., • ~ " '• " : — — .-Durin» the two days of .testimony May ? r William B. Hartsfield tdoay ' '•"•oked permits of two small down- l °™ ." otels '? r , " f ! r ? '"f" 1 , rC! Jf" s '» "J safety drive started af- nfavor had i-iven her money, candv,: 1 "' he Dec. 7 Winecof, disaster •„,,.•-..-„ ..... ....... '. _. J .;.: m which 119 persons died. l The city council had ordered revocation of the permits, and Hartsfield made it official giving permanent residents at the hotels at) before ' .Federal Juduc John Miller. attractive 32-year-old Miss i Griffith testified that the [miner , flowers, blan^cis anil even a cedar i she a'.^o told the court that lie had di'.:u?.sed their marriage r!an several times, and it was not until August, 1S41. she said, that she realized he did not intend to tee;: hi s promise. j •Mrl-'.ui£:hlin. on tlie stand yos-' tterday. said lie had never asked Miss Griffith lo marry him, arul that their friendship was broken in 1C4I when she began drinking heavilv. days in which to vacate. 7,500 Shriners Convene In Helena Tomorrow HELENA. Ark-. April 25. (UP) — ! 100 novices, inclurtin; 37 from Tome 7.500 Shriners from font ' Helena, will be inducted, '•lutes will lie in Helena tomorrow | Delegales will attend from A:k- for llic annual spring ceremonial ansa.s. Missi?Ei|)|)i. Louisiana, and nf R:ihai;i Temple. Approximately Tennessee. WHY TAKE A CI1ANCK ON HRING A STATISTIC? 2-l.:;On wore Uillcd ;i7«] 850.000 wc-vo (lisabliHl last yi'nr. Of UK; 1ot;i] aceicU'iiis IT'-' involved del'cctive vc'niclos. Today, mosj cars and (ruckK arc older . . . parts and tires arc worn. Now, with more traffic on the highways than last year it i.s obvious that the accident rate can doublo! If vmsr "car is in need of repair let msr experts jrivc il a five vhecijun lo make sure your next, ride isn't your lasl one! LOOK 10 THE BIYTHEVliLE MOTOR COMPANY FOR THE BEST! * BLYTHEVILLE'S LARGEST * BLYTHEVILLE'S BEST EQUIPPED Guff Gas Wrecker Service Fisk Tires Dodge, Plymouth 217 S. SECOND STREET Owned and Operated by Tom A. Little Jr. Grandee's Kin Claims $33,000,000 fortune NKW OliLKANS IUPI .— A descendant of a Spnnisli grandee lias asked fcj eongres-siomil aid In n-- co\'ei hut a Cubiin lortuni 1 \voi ; tli more than $;i:t,l)Oo.iK)0. Irvln M. curbaliin of New 111 • leans claims Hip fordme In properly In the Havana vicinity Is his since he descends dlrcelly frnni Don .hliin Xlmene/. Medrano, to whom lie said I he property \vas Bianled a|iiiroxliiia(ely 21(i years HBO by KInK I'hlllp IV of Spain The claimani salu he had bi denied justice "Ihron^h all ilu* I'lHirls "f Cnlvi " who hiu-e ileclincd j to act mini the u -S. Slide l)e- I inirlmenl files a dlplomallc claim ! In behaU of Cnrbiilan and his re- i lallve.s. Flan to Let Germans Study Democratic Ways WASHINGTON, April K. (Ul'i- uriu; y (odny revealed tcntnlive ( would be anti-Nazi teachers, lour- lo -liiina bc;l\vi;cn 5So »nd nalists, rudlo writers and govern- 031) (jcrmuns Mciv nexi iumtner mcnt officials. "' .^. ..,,.._; t:r ti first haiul study of AnievSctiu ' '- • r ~" '. Drmccrallc Inslltiilloiui. I.t .O.7l. Hobeit U. Mi-flae. war It Is thought that cosmic rays, bombarding the earth from spaces U pirtmiMit icrjilt'iUatlon director,' Ijeyoiid the stars, influence laid ihnl llic ino:)t of tliu vlsilors plant and animal .llle. Prize Baby Show May 2-3 (INCI.lll)IN(i Bi;TTI!l{ HAKIKS CONTEST & BEAUTY KIA'UK) Hiieh baby under H!X years of a«c Is eligible for registration without ulillijiUlon on tlie pint of parents and, Is Invited to participate In I hi. 1 :>ho\v, There tire no entry fees. Trophies will be awarded to the HEALTHIEST baby, the HAND- KOMKST hiiby boy. the PUETTJES'I' baby girl and tho GRAND CHAMPION UA1JY. 1'lllST FIJ'fY (50). . - llalMes to be registered nml participate In the show (one lo a family except twin") will receive rouvenlrs. ' Hi'clslrnllinis May He Made ui J. C. PEN N E Y CO. • (Shot* Oeiiartinrnt) 220 \V. Slain Str^c^ Until Saturday, A|irll 2filli, at 5 p.m. AtlSl'ICKS: STURDY EGO BEATER 49c A carefully wcll'innJc kitchen l<ml tlint \vill stinul ii|t nnJer heavy list 1 . 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