The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 11, 1946 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 11, 1946
Page 3
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THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1946 Brutality Hearing BLYTHEVILLB (AUK.) COU ft IE ft NEWS Trials an End ' TlflUKU •• Ten Convictions To Date With Five Cases Pending. BAD NAUHEIM, July 11. (UP) — I Me Lidifiplil brutality today m ov«l into their U. S. Engineers Open Bids on Large Project boxscorc one trials flnnl Search Made For Missing Bikini Films LITTLE ROCK. Ark,, July (UP)—At least, five bids on : City but no one knows which one. | The source snld that even <ui . Army captain who was rushing the 1 tost preparation movies back, lo tills country was unable to r.i'c:iU li><> lociitloii ol the locker whore he put (hem for "safekooplnn." I Tlie Army courier, this source said, put (he films in Hie locker WASHINGTON. July II. CCTO— durltiu n dnle \vltli ;l New York A Government source salil lortiy lilrl. The 'next day he wan showing Phaser, with 10 convictions and one acquiltal with five more trails to be com- f y'fllrd. •The defendants, Including listed mc ii am i officers, charged with gross brutality in treatment of prisoners con- construction of the main project the misslnt: Uikini atom bomb Hlms to rememberwhere iiie i'o'i'flor' was. or liull Shoals dnm were expected | are In one of (he thousands of The captain hud retained the'key, here today when the U. S. Errgl- dime check lockers In Now Turk it wns snld, but the serial number neers olficlnlly open Hie oius at 2 p.m. According to chief Engineer Co). GernUl Galloway, the lowest bidder Dispute Over Religion Starts Family Wrangle Ami Lends to Gun Play W«\U)KON, Ark,, July II, (UI'l- Hecame lii-f innlher "not ''elision" provided no help In tracking down Hit' rU;h| locker. lie sciiri'h still was under way. The Army and Navy hnve inlin- tlic value of Hie missing mid wanted lo bo baptized. Mrs. Mildred Tolbert today faced lirst decree murder clinif/'s in .Scott County, fihe \vn.s accused of llu> sholl'.un slaylmv of her Kl-yoar-old fnther, Tom Metcalf. The Xi-year-old housewife w»lt:i\l into Ihe Scull Cunnty Jml Tuesday nl|;ht shortly utter the lii'iollni; nllil told stale truupcr Iliul Illylnc that "I've shot my daddy," Charges were Illcit yosl'erdav hy Deputy Prosecutor O. U. KmlUi. Read Courier Newi Want AM , ' i chest. Coroner Oorfe Holitik MU> Mm. Toiuert told Hlytne that her the man <U*& Uwtkntljr. t" father became cnrnged Sunday when he learned thai Ills wife "had! Bol rellijlon" and would l)o bnp-1 It/i'd. A family quarrel • followed I which continued imLIL T'-tcsduy I when, Mrs. Tolbert snld, Meicaff attempted to attack Ills wlfi) with a club. Mrs. Ttilliurl snld she ran inl.o the house, picked up a sliiKlc-bnri'ol 12- mid (Ircd, the fined to the detention barracks at the I iclifield dcpol in neceniber. JSH4. The trials started in Britain on the $47,000.000 project will De Slvcn 30 days to start work. Thai is. I If his bid is approved by Hie ""I U. S. Engineers. The huge dam, to be constructed of at least 7.2UO carloads of ceiueni provided by the Federal t»ovcrn- Fail were transferred Hero ns a lesult of nnai'v charuesi WO ' KI " 1 and counter-chai-Kes Hint the!. 1)cwcr Army planned to "whitewash" | ls UIW Ingli officers and place the blame on prison guards and other lower l'f:llks. The trial or capl. Joseph Rob- orison. Toledo. O., former com- l-nny commander at th« Lichficld 10th Replacement Depot, opened yesterday. Tlie cases of two moio officers and an enlisted man will "Jien this week and the trial ol C-'ol. James A. Kilian, ment, will 1« located on the White River near Cotter. Ark. scheduled for completion at the end of -W lo all as much as entire, state. • „ l.".'r.' oii<Jlt,\ul, llll\j II1LU, illf Ull- Mrs, lolberl Is In Jail In lieu of,tire charge entered her father's ••• ^A . .'•(rawHi Utf for minor burn*-rut«, bnlt- «•.- chat*.. >bruioi>< **A Uh, irriMlw. AM* hemli 1 AND ONLY 1'fc. Arthur B. Duncan, former department store clerk of KIIKI- IiRthloivn, N. C., wns found Knilly of assault charge.'* and fined $r>o today by a general cnurtinarlial. Eleven other chnrgcs of misconduct were (iroppecl. Vormor Lichfield prisoners wh;) have provided the bulk of Ihe testimony ai;a;nst the guards and officers have complnined time and again against . the light sentences' handed out to the officer defend-, ants. I Two lieutenants thus far con- 1 vicied, Grnnvlile Cubage. Oklahoma City, and Leonard Ennis. Peekskill, N. Y., were reprimanded and fined a total of $500. The witnesses called this. "In-; justice" and three limes went on "silence strikes" ie:t-im; to testi- fv further. Kach time, however, • ^h'T I'ventually returned to the • V ness stands. Barbed Words Exchanged at 4-Power Parley TOKYO, July 11. (UP) — The Allied four-power council niceUnK commander was mnl . kcd by ,, .,„.,,.„ cxihaiiKe of words between the American rind Soviet delegates yesterday. Ll. Gen. Kuzm : t Urevyanko denied an Ainer- WAA Selling Army Surplus In Memphis MEMPHIS, July U. UJP>—The War A»:cts Adniinistratii.i] today placed on silo surplus wnr malf- rinls valued nl. $'1,000.000, lh>: first in a series of pile-sales which will dispose of S75,'_'00,000 world of surplus goods. Federal agencies will hnve priority at tb»-salc today and tomorrow Veterans will be'eligible to make purchases throughout nest wei'k. WAA officials einphasizetl that no single-item sales wnulri bo made On .sale were hardware, tuol.-, painl anct other miscellaneous items. An Army auction sale at Memphis General Depot yesterday cirow - 4.000 buyers and spectators anrl dis- ll>osed of 250 lots of materials. The non-priority Army auction will continue through Saturday. To Be Surprised Comnnmist propayanda in Jape.n. 'ine issue was brought up wnen George Atclieson Jr., Gen. Dou^l- j s MacArlhur's uersonal representative on the council, vigorously attacked a 22-point Soviet proposal for Japanese labor legislation. In a barbed statement, Atclieson reiterated a previous American policy of opposing "further commn. nism in Japan" and sniil Hie proposals bore the "familiar si[;n- inarks of iiropngnncla." W. McMahon Hall, United Kingdom delegate, came to Hie .supixiri of the Soviet delegate when he. said he found nothing wrong with Hie proposals and could SM;> "'. ' I trace of propaganda" in them. Derevyanko replied to iV.cheson hal he reserved the rrahl to refill;: DC American charges at a liter .ft to ami in detail. He accused Atclieson of trying lo force his invn ct)ncei)tion of right and *vron£ upon the council. Elections Bring Three Holidays At State Capitoi UITTLK ROCK, July 11. (UP) State employes' vision of five holidays in two months were shattered, today when Secretary oT Stnle C. G. Hall notified all department heads that the en pit o I will not, close July 16, date of the first federal primary. However, (lie will shul it.s doors for the three other primary elections July 30 and Am;. i> and 13. Following a conference with Gov. Ben Lnney, Hall decided to keep the capitol open next Tuesday on the theory that there is little in the first- federal election with i aces in only the Fifth and Seventh Congressional Districts. He instructed department hjatls to allow anyone living in either oj" the districts to hnve time off to cast their ballots. State employes had n holiday on July Fourth. Captain is Assigned To Recruiting Duty Cnnl. William E. Halcher, Jr., Corps of Engineers, has re pi need L,',. Jnmcs M. Ray as commanding officer of the Jonesboro Army Recruiting Station. Licntenant Ray left Tuesday on a short leave before reporting to Seattle, Wash., for overseas duty. Captain Hatcher, who was previously with the Arkansas Recruiting District Headquarters in Tittle Rock as public relations officer, is an overseas veteran, having spent 33 months in the Pacific Theater. Ruth Erickson, 10-year-old Detroit i;irl, ]n:i>, liave n wonderful surprise .shoitly. Ruth, who is threatened wHii permanent blindness, knows nothing of an attempt by her |>h:ymates to raise &5(X) for an operation. (NEA Telnphoto.) 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