The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 2, 1947 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 2, 1947
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MONDAY, JUNE 2, 1947 BLYTIlIiVlLLK (ARK.) COUKIKR NEWS itain Offers New Indian Plan Viceroy Submits Partition Proposal To Native Leaders NEW DELHI, June 2. CUP)-Great Britain presented to th<r lend- ers ^4 5i ldl * todaj ' llcr P' R " for tnc Mirref.-^Jf ot power there, which Was reported reliably to provide 101 partition ol India and appointment of an international commission lo delineate the boundaries. I Viscount Mountbatts.i, viceroy of India, gave the Indians hUi scheme tor the transfer of the administration from British to Indian hand tration from British to Indian hands. He conferred for two hours and 10 minutes with seven Indian leaders. Reliable sources said Britain's original plan for the unitary admin- ' istratlon of India after Hie British . pullout had been scrapped' completely. It was not ever, discussed j at today's round taola conference | Informants reiwrtcd. Mountbattcn asked tlie Indian leaders to ,glve their answers before midnight tonight to his aiter- natlvc plan. It was understood to be based on the division of India, including the partition of Bengal an;l Punjab 1 provinces. While details were lacking, it was assumed the proposed partition would be aian:? Hindu- Moslem lines, in effect tallying at I least In broe-l outline with the demands for Pakistan or n separate 1 Moslem stale. Coincident with the historic meeting on the future of Indi.i. new steps I were taken to tighten security against the expected outbreaks of communal strife when the plan be- comdtknow ngenerally. LcfKi powers were vested In the Delhij^dministration in line with those^f Bombay, making stabbing j or attempted murder punishable by death, banning parades and the I:wearing of uniforms, am! |!ermittlnt r summary trials of offenders. I] That would be in addition to or| dinancus already au'.ncrlzin'j Ihe V maintenance of essential services, ilevy of collective Ones, arrest without warrant, and detention of suspects. Summer J| Wardrobe PAGE THBKK On a Budget Budget-priced clollies, above, owe (heir look of expensive fashion to distinctive styling. Cutaway suit, left, of white salin-j;ic<iii;irdccl rayon crepe adheres to basic lines. Coral crepe facing revets of bolero on the navy blue dress, center, adds color In sleek styling. Fabric interest of while print on brown rayon .jersey is played iu> in (he coat-dress, right. ! moved loads. i The Inter-City Golf [Match Won by Blytheville Club ' Members of the Blytheville Comi- I try Club defeated tin Dycrsburg I Tenn.. club 39 to 26 in an inter- I city golf tournament held at the I Country Club here yesterday after| noon. A high wind that prevailed I throughout the afternoon kept al I scores. well above par willi Wcn- I lieil Eaton and Vernon Inomasson of the Blytheville club and George I Ycager jj\ Dycrsburg, turning in | scores of^Jf to pace the field. Dyersbiirg defeated tlin Blythe- Iville team 21 to 8 in n previous" I meeting in Dyersburg May 12. Livestock Racial Tension Increases in North Carolina JACKSON, N. C., June 2. (UP) —iPolice today confirmed that three Negroes had been arrested as racial tension mounted following the latest reported assault attempt on a white woman in this rural county.. One Nc'gro wa s whisked away to an undisclosed jail for salekeeping and two others were taken to Halifax, N. C., for questioning. . Mrs. Ellen Byrd of Lasker, N. C., said a man she "thought" was a Negro came to the door of her home Saturday night and grabbed her. She fainted and the man ran without harming her. Sheriff J. C. Stephenson later announced the arrest of a Negro identified as James Bowser. Two other Negroes, John' Goodc and Alack Ayers, were held for questioning. ST. IXJUiS NATIONAL STOCK- IYARPS. June 2. (UPi—Livoslock- 1 Hogs: 12,900; salable 12.000; mhr- I :<et fairly active, mosMy 25c higher phan Thursday's averse, with a I few up 50c. Bulk of good and choke 1 160 to 240 Ibs., $24.25 to S2-I 50' top J24.50; 250 to 270 Ibs. $23.50 to $24'' I 'ew to $24.25; 270 to 300 Ibs , $22 to I 523.50: 130 to 150 Ibs., S22.25 to $24- I 100 to 120-lb. pigs, $19.25 to S2I MI ;ood 210 to 500 Ib. sows, S19 to $20; I ew at $20.25; some, over 500-lbs 118 to $18.75; stags, $14.SO to $16 5o' Cattle 11,000; salable 5,000; calves 1.000, all salable; fairly liberal sup- )ly of cattle includes about 35 loads I if steers with cows making up about I iO per cent of total. A large share >f cows being southern caiiner and utter grades. Opening trade fully n steers and butcher yeor- t draggy on cow3 and bulls. Camdcn Youth, Fourth Accident Victim,. Dies CAMDEN, Ark., June 2. (UP) — The body of Aubrey Gene liobTli- son t 7-year-old Bluff City resident, arrived here this afternoon.' The youngster, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Robinson, died in & Robstown, Tex. .hospital " Saturday night from injuries received in an automobile accident near Robs tow :•» two weeks ago. He wa s the fourth victim of the accident in which his grandmother,' his uunt and his uncle were also killed. •Read Courier News-Want Ada. Low and average good steers, largely, $23.50 to $25; a few $25.50; medium steers nround $22.15 to $23; good and choice he if en and. mixed yearlings, $23 to $24.75; medium kinds largely, $18.50 to $22; a few medium to low good .cows about steady at last week's close, around $15 to $17; canncrs au;i cutters, 510 to $12. Airport Briefs A film entitled "Kecj> U Plying" will be shown lotu'Oit in the Hood Flying Service huu^ur nt the Municipal Airport, Flij-hL Instructor W. II. YJiibroiiyh announced yesterday. •AH privalo and .student pilots :uut others interested arc invited, he said. Gusty winds this week with hi- crcasetl velocities over the weeK- end cut down flying activity at the Municipal Airport. Strong t:ii» winds, however, aided pilots returning from the 15Lh Annual 'Arkansas Air Tour in cruising at unusual ground speeds for the light pin ucs they flew on the return trip from Hot Springs. Charles of Rosoland, president of the 'Arkansas Flying Farmers Association, lias sent out word to air-mindcil fanners of this vicinity that the AFP A will meet with commercial croi> dusters Little Rock June 25. The two groups will talk; over topics of mutual interest. A picture of L. S. -Ilai'U'Jtf' 'Blythe vil!c's flying baker. Was printed i" the second edition ol the Arkansas Airman,.new monthly aviation magazine. Mr. Hartzoj! is pictured on the wing of his Bella nee Ci uisair, which he uses lor flights between ins bakeries lie re and in oikeston, Mo. i Nine transient pilots landed at the field here last week, according to the visiting fliers 1 registration book. Tlic pilots, their home airports and the typo of planes thi:y flew follow: Ray Candle of Little Rock, Ijiiscomb; F. W. ^ingclotn ot Texarkana, Piper Cub; R. M. Ycn- zell of Spring.^u, Ohio. ENEJ; H. O. Smith ot College Station, Tex is, Cessna; D. S.'Mullcndore of Prani;- hn, Ind,, Luscomb; S. TJ. Atkinson of Pine Bluff, •Fairchiclrl; D. A. Bishop of Green Bay, .Wis., AT-ti; ' Peg Connally of Milan, Tenti., iAcr- onca; M. V. Jones of Milan, Tenn., , Acronca. Impeachment Threatened By S. Memphis MFMFHIS, Tcnil.. June '2. (UP) —•A mass niarcli oti cily hull iiiitl po.ssibli! iiiijjLTiutnnciiL in'ocuctlhi^s iiBiiinst. Mayor Jumps J. Plciuntus' were thrcalL'iiccI by ira'.c cili/Diis uf Sontli llpmiiliis tnclny in support, of cluniumls for civic iinprovenicnts in Uicir sittu ol town. "We are tired ol boiiif; kickcil arouiul." s :ii<l ii spokesman for lenders of five civic clubs. "City oflt- ciui.s i;ivc us uoihinu Ijut promises. A joint letter ouVlining needed improvements wns bciu^ prp]):ireci by the .sivic; leiiclers and \vas lo lie pro.seiUecl lo the city commission tomorrow. The letter may bo curried Lo city hull in u mass inarch on City Haii, headed by (500 school' children carryliuj banners cullins for a school in their area. TORNADOES Continued from Vage 1. nnd crushed H into u lump of twlslod, almost ninoi:n|:j-.';:u)le metal. Onv. urn I..ancy ordered l!:c Pine niuff milt of Iliu Slutc Guard lo control the area. Pat Dcnsc'it, one of the flr.ii newsmen cm the scene s.iicl Hint •"everyone was nislilnu: blindly around; some were frightened; others were fearfully sc»klni( members or their family, crj.iiK for their loved ones." Doctors, nurses and si mbulnnc/v, from Pine llluff were sc'it Into I lie stricken area. Trucks nnd automobiles were u:;ed to cai-l the i:-.- jured to husplliils. Sev'::-nl cteiv were rcpuiiccl en route as traffic slowjy over itcbn.;-])'.oil;ed curious Impnlctl rrscnu | work by crowding •liliihwity.t lend- ill)!; Into (lie lornudo .scenj. 1 Bodies were brought to two ' funeral parlors hero (or whIU-s. Ni'liro dead were sent Ij au, other fuiicnil parlor. Coroner imi>rce said Ibat alme.a 100 • pei'sons were hos;>!','il!Avl !M I'lnc ISluff. llo quoted Ihe lieud nurse us stiylni; 10 of Iho injured were not exix'ded to IIv<:. Sit Killed In Okhiltmm I.KKU10V, Oklu, June 2. (U.IO —Mayor R Ij. <iale wa!kc I sil- einuly Ihrouch the Ktrcp'.s of Ibis (lu'iiiido-torn lowu lociriv— rows of wrecked homes. lhro.i|ih lite shattered business section, We'll Imlld It all over uiinln.' he Kald []Ulclly, 'I'lie Iwlstcr struck I.eedey-- poiniliitlon 574-on Siilurday n If took the town apavl. When It hud piisscd, six were (lend and 2;! Injured. The biisliuw st-clion wiih a sliambkvi nnd lialf (lie |)o|>iilatlon was IIOKII-IKKI, Ciale found more limn ar> of so businesses "u total !oss." lie cstlmaled It would cost In Siif-tl.OOO lo leplreolhem. Already re]iairmen were nt work re.stoi'lni; telephone ami eleclrleily lines, knoi-ked down by the storm. Other crews patched 'ip ^as ni'ilns A small truck drovo thron;;!i Ihe streets with a .valir lank the town's entire :;U[>p1..'. The wind had tipped over the wnk'i tower. Tim homeless families set n]i himxckcephiK ill It-iiLs nnd (lie Salvation Army served hoi meals frcm a field kllehcn. Si-vim Injured lu Missouri 'WILLOW SPRING'S, Mo,. June 'i. (UP) —Seven persons wero kucnvn to linvn been Injured, nt least Hirer seriously, today In liie wuke of a twister which struck late yesterday between Willow S|irlui;s and Wcj Plains. 'I'lio liiiniulo was believed to liavn conn! from the West and Ilrst hit about Ilivce inilos west of Oldfti. Mo., rlfihl miles West or Pliiins on IllKliwny G3. •All power, declrlc and tclcf;mpli lines wete re]Kirlt'i| down. Negro Women Hold State Meeting Here A three-day meeting of the Ar- kansa.s Federation ol Negro Women was undcrwtiy lirrc today at Pilgrim Ilcst Uiipllsl Church, .with 200 women and BirLs Frojn through- unl tlic state attending. This group sponsors the Oir'i's Industrial Home and stresses bpt- ter living for Negro women of Arkansas. Thelmn Burke of J^rrest Clly is federation 'president. .In this afternoon session for girls, Mar- j'l'erilc Williams, 5U[X!n'[ors, pre.sld- ed. ; 'Lronn Wiley, Jeancs supervisor of Mississippi County. Mattlo Collar of not Springs. KriHR liooiie of El Uorncto, Cassa Ijuwlnl) of Pine Bluff and Mury Hank ot Osceoliv were ninon'K speakers. A program tonight will welcome ri'iiresonlatlves from oilier clubs. B?ssl(! P. Ivy. sccrelnry of the Blv- Ihevlllr clinptrr, is chairman of the meet! in;. J. M. itohlnson Is presl • lent of Ihe local club. Cities ol 700,000 and. Uf Face Grave Atom TJMat * <- »( NASHVILLE, Tenn, June J. (UP) —"One of''but-cities Is missing' inlglit be the obltuurjr notice lor any city In the country with a population of more" than 100.00P in CMC of another war, according to Dr. Karl Z. Morgan, physicist ftt the Oak Ridge atomic laboratories. Morgun spoke at the opening her* yesterday of Tennessee Regional Headquarters for the World Re- [Hibltc Organization and said th»t "all countries have enough of'the atom bomb's essential raw materials to produce a saturation "amount of Die bombs. There Is no' hope" left lu the international Hgreement. What we need Is world government." • .- 2 Drown in Cumberland ASHLAND CITY, Tenn., June 2 <UI') -Two men, Joe Oukc, a5, iind J. 1). JJntey, 21!, were drowned ycs- lerdiiy when their cnnoe was cau»;lit In swill cnrrcnl.s of the Cumberland nlviv iiml overtnrncii nenr here. Both men were from ulcUoi County. POISON inr A tj. S. GOVERNMENT BUREAU IIEI'OKT announces the diecowry of a new tannio acid treatment for iry liolsonitig*. Tlie treatment has been found excellent; it is gentle and <>fe, dries up the blisters in a surprisingly short lirno—often within 24 hours. These goveninicat finilings are incor- poralcil In the now product: '— — IVY-DRY, At your drugstore, 59c: ^ •Iff Ml t, nil- l-t Iff COItr.. HantUr.H, /., »el *<iaf[itt.l tttth inl «o>*r*M< Two Trainmen Killed as Engine Boiler Explodes , o«., Juno 2 ' UP)— Two crew members of u 10- mmotlvt; pulling a C5-car train were klllnl Sunday when Hie boiler blew »]), aiKhorllles K »ld today. The dead were Knuinecr C. S. Simpson and Fireman J. II. G'imnoii, both of Miieon, Cla., employed Uy Ihe Ccntrnl of Oeorgla nnllrond. The tu.'cUU'nt occurred as the train upssed through Hollnghroke at iiproxliiuitely 40 nillrs all hour. The release o[ all- pressure on tho brufccs imlomatietilly stopped Uii) Iraln. DOLLARS -TO DOLL UP TOUR HOME—» Now fixtures, new paint job, ropaiia — mako your old houso a now home. Got Iho cash with a F.H.A. Loan jrom G.C.P.C. Up to 3 years to repay. 132 W. ASH ST. . BLYTHiVILLE N then. 2921 j»:>: :•:>::»;>;>:>:>:>::<!>;>::•:>:>;>;>;>: >;>::«;;•:>;>;:•::•;>::»; ;•::•:;•;>;»:;•;>::«;;•;:•;;«; >:»::•:•»>;:•::*' FARM LOANS Yoii ciin mnv, secure the most attractive farm loan in history'. Low rales of Interest, extremely long terms with Illwnil prepayment privileges. Practically no expense atlauhcd. If your present hum duos lint bear less than (i% Interest you will certainly be interested In our'Pnrin Loans. Unlimited nmmiut available. Such an opportunity may never exist again. Bo if you wish to llnuncc'or refinance, write or see . ' A. F. DIETRICH c/n llnltcil Insiiranci- Agency 2W 1 /' W. Mulii — (luanl Hltli;. BlyllicvJIle, Ark. S WM'*"WW&+"*"£^ Gandhi Thinks U. S. War With Russia Improbable BOM13AY, June 2. (UP!-.- Mohandas K Gandhi expressed 1-iu *>elle[ (nclay that wav between Russia and the Uniic; I States was "highly improbable." Gandhi in a lelriv.--.phic interview, urged seltlciiwn; of world problems through npplitallon "C his non-violence princlpl-:. lie proposed thnl Jews in Pat »cii-i: abandon violent undcrgrciuii'l operations. The question s'.'binitted l.o Gandhi: Question— l~Xi you IMnk Ilicro is any pa^.ibilily of -.'.nni.a conllicL between Hussiu unrl the United Stales? Answer - Anything i:; pc^sible, bul it is highly linprcuuhlc. I Blood obtained rrom slaughter houses is used in Ihe preparation of one rare French wine. Importance of substructure l» roadbuilding is illustrated by Ihe (act that reinforced concrete 10 inches thick has proved deficient when placefi on fine-grained instead of coarse-grained material. FATHER'S DAY ^ will be complete with a thoughtful card from you — from our collection of Hallrriark cards fof Father's Day that say what you wont to say — tho way you wart to toy it, DHF.IFLS ui ,i \ni\ M SERVICE REAL PROTECTION tnorotion b«caui« natufal oiU in th« p«ll, "C*rtttic4" m»oni prottciion ogoinil damagi by motS, rfampneu, du»t. , "C«r11(i»*" TTiiani proleclion 0901)111 lotf b/ fir* or ihih. *ttrllfl«d" mean* properly CONTROUED Hmptrotvrc ond rtgulotid humidity. Blytheviile Steam Laundry-Cleaners Phone 418 TOM A. LITTLE, JR. I'LL SAY \T'5 WHATCHA LAFFVN 1 AT, MISTER S IS IT EDITOR rSOMETHIN'^WILL PRINT A COMIC O ^/FUNMVFORI STfclP CALLED VOUR. PAPER ? BLYTHEYILLE MOTOR CO. -DOH'T M\SSONE OF THEM 1 / TELL^ US- SO WE CAM LMJCrH TOO Blflthevillc Motor Co Plymouth 217 S.SECOND STREET PHONE 4-22

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