The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 30, 1949 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 30, 1949
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.)' COURIB8 NEWS ina Due Soon In Bribery Case Federal Judge Hears . Arguments on Petition Of Convicted Attorney TEXARKANA, Ark.. Aug. 30— Iff-) -—TVo points affecting former Hot Springs city Attorney Jay Rowland's long, drawn-out effort to p.scape serving a prison sentence were taken under advisement by U.S. District Judge Harry J. Lem- j !y following n hearing here yesterday. They are: n> Ti:e Stale of Arkansas' contention that Rowland's petition for a writ of habeas corpus \vhlcli would free him of a one-year sentence and a ??50 fine v.ns marie prematurely; | '2> Whether to admit b:-iorc the' court, a 41-page amendment to the j Rowland petition. j The judge said he would advice- < both Rosvland and the sU'.e of his ! decisions in writing within a feu- da ys. I Rowland was convicted in Gar- ! land County circuit court in 1H47' of accepting a bribe. The verdict ' was upheld by the Arkansas Supreme Court. The former resort city official came into federal court contending that his constitutional rights were denied. He alleges that the; jury which convicted him was picked from among his political en- | emies. j The state contends that the habeas corpus petition was premitMre because Rowland was not in custody at the time it was filed. Yesterday's hearing involved arguments oi law on whether Rowland was in custody. Rowland, who identified himself as a political lieutenant of former Hot Springs mayor and political leader Leo P. Mclaughlin, argued Landlord, Who Likes Children, Rents House . To Childless Couple PULASKT, Tenn., Aug. 30—/-PI— The landlord who likes children has rented his new house—to a couple without children. • Dairyman Harold Henegar. who offered to cut the monthly rent $5 for each cnild, said today he rented (he place to Mr. snd Mrs. O. A. Franklin when no families with children applied for it. Hciicgar. who advertised the house »l $75 to a couple, said he let J-Yanklin, a bookkeeper, have It for S50. As soon as the house was rented, Henccar added, he received an application from a family with four children. Incidcnnlally, the Franklins have no hound dogs. Henegar's ad said he'd add $4 monthly to the rent for each hoimd dog, Former GOP Leader Dies in New York NEW YORK, AMR. 30. <AI>) — Fmwrnl .services for CliarTns t>. Hillcs, 82. one time assistant secretary of Ui? treasury and Repsihli- ran national chairman who died Saturday, will be held here tomorrow. Hille.s wa.s named assistant .secretary of the treasury after Taft'.s election in inoa After two years in that post he was appointed to serve :<.=; secretary to Taft Tall In' 1912 la«i5tPil on Hille.s' election as chairman of the Republican National Conimlitre to mrm- iiKe his campaign for reeinction as president. HfDc.s hrarteo tlip Republicans until 1916. Read Courier News Wrtnt Ads TUKSDAY, AUGUST SO, 194S IMPERIAL 0 N E Spinks, above, has been named Imperial Emperor of a new Ku Klux Klan orguni/atioo in Montgomery, Ala. Spinks, who List year was defeated ia his race for governor of Mississippi, has been making speeches at K!an rallies in Alabama. his own case. He held that although he was not actually in jnil ho was under conviction, free frotn jail tmdcr bond and. therefore, technically T arn in custody under stale laws." Doctor Dies of Polio; Disease He Had Fought DETROIT, Alls. 30. fAP) _ A yoims Pompeii, Mich., doctor died yesterrlity ot polio—the disease he hnti fr>u;;hl so valiantly when it I spread through his adopted .state. He was Dr. Karl Jones, Jr.. 27. who entered Henry Pard Hospital nine days ago. The ,\omi£ pliysician went to Pompeii in reply to an advertisement placed by the widow of Dr. a. C Hall who had died recently. Dr. Jonr.s came to Michigan from Tulsa. Okla. 5 German Police Flee Soviet Zone; More May Follow BER1JN, AUf. ». (AP>—Five Soviet »ne Otrmui policemen entered the U.S. 8on« y«terd»y »nd reported they liad lied to tscipe service with ComiBUDbt guerrUlu In Greece, > mlliUry government announcement jtld. Alexander Warshall, VS. military government officer at Hot, Bavaria, said the five men entered the U.S. rone at dawn, wearing their blue and silver uniforms and carrying lilies and revolvers. Warshai! quoted them u living they had lied the Soviet aoiie because of a recent Russian order that all members of the Vollupolizel people's police, who were »lnBle and under 29 yearn of a«e, would be recruited for military Aervice in Greece. "After short training periods," Warshall quoted the refugee policemen as saying, "recruits are sent to regular units destined for service In Greece." Warshall said one of the five told him "18 to 20 more can be expected to arrive." The five who arrived yesterday were taken into custody by the U.S.-Organized Bavarian Border Police at Hoi, to await a decision on whether they will be returned. Six Civil War Veterans Attend Last of GAR's Annual Meetings Peach Pickle Syrup Used As Vinegar Hair Rinse; Result: Starched Coiffure McI,EAN. Tex.. Aug. 30. Wi—Mr*. J. W. Story's freshly shampooed hair stood up as ft she had Just seen a mouse. She rewashed it—with more rain water, more shampoo and another vinegar ritise. Another searched coiffure! Mrs. Story reread the shampoo directions. She had followed them. Then she tested the water—okay; (he shampoo—okay; the vinegar— INDIANAPOLIS, A I] f. 30—()T>) — Six old Civil War veterans settled down to have convention fun yesterday. It'» no breeze, especially when you're 100 and up, and thousands of younfer klnfollc are havering •round Ulklnc s*<lly about "the laal encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic." Energetic old Charles U Chappel, 102-year-old senior vice commander from Lon» Beach. Calif., said he mluhl look over the town a little. Chappel and gray-bearded Robert Barrett, 102-year-old ex-cavalryman from Princeton. Ky.. decided a «mor«asbord looked better than Sunday's opening memorial serv- Albert Woolson. the 102-year-old Uef of staff from Dululh. Minn., t through half of the mcmorlnl ibutes and went back to his hotel r an earjy dinner. James A. Hard, 108. oldest vet- m Of the 16 left in the GAR, >ught along 20 boxes of cigars. 'hey were a gift presented him inday In Rochester. N. V.. at a imetown sendoff In a Gannett wapaper plane. A hospital room, set up tlte Clay- iol Hotel with a col. medical sup- ies, a nurse and a Veterans Ac{- inistraiion man. went unused. Oov. Henry p. Schrlcher, who ad a reception for the old vet- ans last night, proclaimed it the ast earthly encampment" and ordered bells lolled. "After all, we're not disbanding, just because there won't be any more encampments." said Miss Cora E. KlIIIs. GAR secretary, "it would take a Supreme Court order to do that." Hard thinks 11 Is wise to wind up OAR iffalri "while we're able." This would leave 100-year-old commander Theodore A. Penland of Vancouver. Wash.. In office for life. Penland Is unending the convention. N O D O W N PAY M E N T!! IT'S THE NEW NORGE BIG 8-CUBIC-FOOT REFRIGERATOR *EXCLUSIVE SELF-D-FROSTER SYSTEM PUTS AN END TO MANUAL DEFROSTING I Refrigerator automit- O ically turns itself off— *• (hen, after the defrost period, automatically turns itself on again! Thin film of fro« on outside of freezer w dissolved — refrigerator always works at peak efficiency. 3 Defrost water draini into ea.iy-to-remoTt, jpillproof Kandefrcsier —can be emptied ai your convenience! DON'T DELAY ... GET YOUR NORGE NOW! 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Act Fast! ! . .. Act Today ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Hi^HHMMI^^^^MBIH^^HH^^^^^^^^H^BI^^M^HHI^^^H^M^^BB^^^^^^^^^H^^^^^^^^H^H^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H peach pickle turn'ed out lo be •rup. Mrs. Story headed for the nearest eauty parlor. Paul Robeson Saved from 'Attempt Lynching', Soviet Newspaper Says MOSCOW, AilB. 30. I API _ A Prnvda headline said yesterday: "Outrage of Ainprk'nii Fascists; attempt lo Lyncli Paul Robeson." That was the CninmtmlM Parly newsprisicr's sviniuo of the disorder near Peoksklll. NY, that cancelled a concert by the Negro singer Saturday IllRlU. A Tass dispatch from New York' Hunted William L Pnttcr.srm, secretary of Illi? Civil Kllrllls Consrtss, as .*ayin2 ho pirvfiifed a lynclimg by hiding Rohi.-on ;i.s he wa.s on hi.s v/ay to the conceit. Roceson i.s highly lefjarded in Mosco'.v. ['.»> lii.-t visited the Soviet capital in June, He ^ave three public coiirerl.s here, all sellouts. Robc- sotl saici n|x>n hi.s leuitu to New York June 20 rh;U he lovc.s the Soviet people "more limn any other nation.") UmlUd Length I Delegates lo the Untied Natloas have been asked lo limit Hie length of tlinir specclic.s jltice each one Ijihe.s 382 man hours of work, including verbal interpretalion mid translation In written form in Jiv« languages. Joseph Stveeney invented tin banjo, so called because he was dubbed a one-man-band, STEPHAN MUSIC STUDIO Classes Will Be Resumed Sept. 5th Mrs. Edith Stephen, G.S.M. London, England 207 No. 5th. St. Phone AUGUST FURNITURE SAtt i Now Going On Coast to Coast! U a new ultra fashionabU KROEHLER creation lonablc colors. The Smashing Sale You Read About in LIFE and the SATURDAY EVENING POST! Only (he close cooperation of dealers ill over the country with the famous Kroehler Mfg. Co. could ever hav« made this s»le possible! Now that it'i here, you have tojce the glorious styles and colors and fabrics to appreciate the magnificent values! Chas. S. Lemons Furniture

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