The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 17, 1947 · Page 4
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Tuesday, June 17, 1947
Page 4
Start Free Trial

PAGE EIGHT BLYTIIEVILLE (AUK.) C0UIUEU NEWS I'UKSDAY, JUNli 17, lfl-17 5 Youths Accused Of Slaying Solon Murder Charges Filed After Assailants Admit Attempted Robbery QUITMAN, Miss., Juno 11. (UP) —Jive farm youilis were arrcslcil c»rly today in connection with the fatal stabbing early Sunday of State Sen. tnimeU BucKley, 58, or Emur- priso. District Attorney Jack Cobrjno of Meridian said the young men were being held on iminter cnargcs. He listed tl'ieiu as Lavlrc Milstead, 19, of Stonewall; Wallls Haiti-, burg, 21, Robert Hamburg, Jr., IS, Robert Underwood. 18, and Columbus Milton, IS, all of Qiiltninn. The district attorney said Die youths, told this story; They had all been out drinking Saturday - night and were drnVs through Enterprise when they saw the senator walking alone towavd his home. They decided to rol> him. Wallis Hamburg, according to ills companions, jmnpftl out of tile truck and ran up to the senator with a knife, Buckley tried to defend himself witli his own pocket knilc. Viclirrf Hurt No Enemies In a short time Wallis Hnmbuvs ran bnck to the truck, jum:^f 'n and urged them to move on. saying he had "just, cut that fellow." They disposed of the knife in a creek and went on to their homes. Waliis and Robert Hambm'i; af brothers. They and MilstcatJ. arfl being'held In the I^nuderdalc County J.iil in Meridian. Underwood null Milton are being held In the Ouit- man jail Here. The state senator, a former mayor of Enterprise, was known as a quiet and 1 friendly man with, no enemies. He was running for the House ot Representatives this year. He had alighted from i\ Mcridlni- bus and was walking to his honn: in Enterprise when the ftttacl*' occurred. Gov. Fielding L. Wright yesterday expressed deep regret at t)'>c murder of the senator. He .laid he had known him at the legi.j'.allve sessions or 1944 and 194G as a. man of "honest nnd earnest sincerity u: everything he championed. "I don't believe he had an enemy in the world," the governor said. "He never harbored an ill will ii- gainst anyone." Biblical Scene, 1947 Missouri Vote Inquiry Takes Broader Swath ST. LOUIS, June 17. lUP) - )niko Watson, U. S. attorney Icr the Eastern Missouri district, sidd odny IIP "understands" the FHl inquiry into charges of vote Irauils in tlic 13W iirimary election in mini will cncompiss the entire stale. V/alson said he lias been Inform- ccl that I hi? investigation, ordered ijy the Department of Justice, will Include! bolli Republican and Democratic balloting. The inquiry was ordered in response (t > charRcs l)y GOP State Chairman Orovcr 'M. lyiHon that loltnry chtmccs were "bought 'jy ballots" In llirec Southeast Missouri counties In last Summer', democratic primary. Court Okays Licenses For Law School Seniors MTTLE nCCK. Ark.. Juno 11. <UP) — The Arkansas Supiemi Court, yesterday ndinlltcd lo the .siule bur seven recent uradimte,; ol I lie University of Arkansas Lav, iebool. They were Francis Thomas nnn- 'van of ipine Hluff, Jame.s EHis Tyatt of Oscctila. Richard B. Mi- llnr-h. Jr., of Forrest Cily, TiHli H. YOUIIB of Malvcrn. Omcr C Biinislde, Jr.. "f Lake Village. Miss Jean Wnod of S)>rinednln. anil Hcn- iy S. Yocum, Jr.. of El Dorado. New Experience An umrainl hapiuunn:; was exporiciic-eel by two Los Angcle 1 ; sheufl < :!ris:iil!rs, W. If. C'Kccfc (1,1 :imi Hancock (R) when they helpt Iri deliver ii baby girl to a Las woman when tlic ductoi- failed t-j arrive in lime. 'Ilirv i'.re shown Icokini; at the baby r»ir| thcv helped to deliver. (NKA Ti'lrphoto.) Announcing the Opening of the New E*B*C. C L With his outer clothing and snmlnlp beside him, lliis bp;i-tied Chi- CiiRoan looks like n ('iKJmrtcr fi^lit nut nf the Old 'i'e^t nnent, ;is lie basics in the curly summer sun n.Mdiiifj his Bible on the steps ••' an i.l.l cliui-rh Buyers Resist Soaring Price For Livestock USDA Continues To Dump Spuds To Bolster Price CirAR.LTTSTONi ^S. C., June 17 (tip)—The U. S. : Department ut I Agriculiure, still ii^ the potato bus-j iness, lias bought^ 9,55i,C03 pDiimls o fepuds to be destroyed or given away in the Charleston urea, it was announced td^iiy. The potatoes are bsint; taken i.H the market iti ah elforL to com.-bat a (^rop in the potato market and fo % rce p'flccs -bnck to government support levels. Over' 6,CC9,COO pounds have rtl- fiatly been dumped in fields near the city, and more than 3,5130,003 'pounds linvc bseti shipped free to charitable institutions. CHICAGO, Jimo cr resi.stuncc; to iii^ developed ut MldWn.'i tnrtliiy, A^rimllttre 17. rur»>--lV.r cattle nviiNv; innrkF.-ts yirs- Ucpiivtiiient. Legionnaires to Meet Members of Du<l Cason Post V-t <:f the; American l.oclnn will hold Ilinii weekly moetiiV:; ut 1! o'clock tonlgiit ut the Lrclon l[nt here. son rce A L'eiiorte from steady to . :uui prit-e.s \vrrc 50 cents lower per Jjlcad Courier News Want Atls. Memphis Police Question Four in Assault Case MFMPHIS, Tcnn., June 17. 'U! 1 ! - Police continucd their investigation of the rape of a 23-year-old inn L her hero today after jailing four youiif; wlntc men in connection with the case. No criminal a.ssanlL charges had bpcn fileri. altlioiit;]! police quoted oni! of Mic youths as admittinJi tlint al! four r»p?d Mrs. Dorottiy Wilson aftft 1 heating and robbhi:; her husband, J. A. Wilson, .suburban Whitehaven early Sun- flay morning. Arrnlcnccl on robbery rhnrgos in Kcncral .sessions court last nlglu, tin: youths entered not KUilLy pleas The boys, nrresler late .ve.slerd'i", were identlfiea ns Robert A. Tuck"r, 1*3: William P. Dames, 18; George W. Johnson, 21; nnd Bernard E Clark. 23, all of Memphis. Luxury-designed, easy-riding Super Coaches, elceply cushioned reclining chairs. Go Greyhound for comfort and for low fares. CESTrfMTION O™ Way ««,,rf Trip Salt I.nkc City S2i'..25 S47.2:> Ran Francisco $34,,|o S57.70 Seattle, Wash SW.CO $CS.8S New Yolk. N. Y $ir, 70 New Orleans $0.05 GREYHOUND LINES 109 N. Fifrh Phone 441 GREYHOUIVD S30 10 51-1.85 HOB l>rice^ arlvaiii'erl from y.l t' SO cento prr liundfe.'ivvi'ifilit u many points, reaching » top :» S?5G at CliiciiRO and $23.^) .< The rcrent sharp advan'cos '"• attle prices. ahTiuly 'evident :: •etail prices of beef, attracted bi:;j pipts to m;ij!>r iinrkt'tM. Prici 1 vvere steady (-n slncllv uo:ul aji .hoicc stcci;; and lu-ift-is uiul u (ood ynule beel ctv.vs. Tardy Watch Inspectors Hardly Dare to Place Blame on Timepieces WASHINGTON, June 17. (UP1- Watch inspectors for the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, who are ir. t -;ionsi- ble for keeping the .r.iitis runnins on time, scheduled thei: nunithl; meeting yesterday at ?. p.m. The meeting started five mmiilcs l:ite. Read Courier News Want Ads LUCKY STRIKE presents THE MAM WHO KNOWS- THE TOBACCO AUCTIOMEER! Wardens Arrest 314 •MTrl.E ROCK. Ark.. June, 17. (UP) — -Arkansas g line warden-; incie 3M arrr.sls thirin;; Miy and collcctcti fine.s tc>lnliiui $3.nj. the Arkansas G.iine and Fish Ciimmis- sion learned ycsterrlny. M^ctintj licre. tl;^ cnmmissinn nl- FO received a report [rom Si^ri'ei.n-y T. A. iMi-Amir, illclicntill« thai ycsln-dav did not meet with approval nf sqnini-l igniters. "I SPEAK as an eye-witness when I say that season"after season, I've seen Lhc makers of Lucky Strike • buy fine, ripe, mellow leaf. .. the kind of tobacco that makes a swell smoke." Largest in the South Seating Capacity 500 Highway 18 Blythcvillc Special June 17 Johnny Long and his 10-Piccc Band with ANITA NANCE Singer , 9 'til 1 Make Reservations at Club E. B. Chilwood Where .* flit? THE RAZORBACK III': •^B Governor Goes Fishing I I.'.TTLK KCCK. Ark.. June IV. | IUP1—Gov. JS'ii l,:\rcv and tl-v- I enuc Commissioner O;bn A. Oo.i'rC left todiiy lor a wcrfc-louii lislilm: tri|> on Ihc ClnH <>l .\1cr:lL-n. Cook snid Hie Iri]) \viil br lo Ar.nvsas Par,.-. 15 miles Ironi (Jor;:ns (Jlniiti, Tex. Payroll and Incoini; Tax Service Bookkeeping and Clencral Secretarial Service LARRY KNEAS Public Accountant & Auditor 10!) 15. Aliiin Hlylhcvillc, Ark. Hcs. I'liiiiic :i.715 Office -O -' •^y>w ^Sv^Si ra*^\-• >-,-rtj\XV^. . » Second and Ash Streets Call 2611 Ca!326Vi Standard Esso Gas & Oil ALL BRANDS PREMIUM OILS We feature the PHAROS TIRE Backed by a Triple Written Guarantee 1'liaris PURK KUBBKK tires take I lie bumps in the road easily — five at Lin.- point of impact. This prevents injury to the. tire ilsoli' . . . insures lonK'.-r life! Sou the PHAKIS tire triple written jaiaraiilr-e at WILSON AUTO SERVICK bulore you buy ii' niiy where! Expert Washing and Lubrscaiing ALL CARS VACUUM-CLEANtD WILSON AU10 SERVICE * FINE TOBACCO is what counts in a cigarette •VT THAT is more fitting than REINFORCED CONCRETE VV for new state college, hospital and other institutional buildings? , With such buildings utmost security of occupants and visitors is a "must." So also is monumental beauty, long life —and economy. Reinforced concrete meets all these requirements. By casting walls, frame, floors and ornamental detail of one economical material great strength is secured at low cost. Such a structure is firesafe and has thfe strength, rigidity and toughness to withstand tornadoes, earthquakes and other forces that might spell disaster for less sturdy construction. It is the safe, economical way to build. PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION 9I«, Falls Bldg., Memphis 3, Tenn. A i»ot?o«al organization to improve and extend (ho uic; of COftcr«4« ... rfnough tctcnlific research and engineering field woik. JIMMY BALL IS RIGHT!... And like him, scores of other experts . . .who really know tobacco ... have seen (he makers of Lucky Strike buy "(inc, ripe, mellow jcnf." "> After-all, that's what you want in a cigarette . . . the honest, deep-down enjoyment of fine tobacco. So remember... /UCKY STRIKE/MEANS fu*E TOBACCO So Round, So Firm, So Fully Packed —So Free and Easy on the Draw The Best In: • Lures • Rods • Reels • Boats «*&& L J^?'" ^VN N te ^ ^ EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR FISHING or CAMPING — Best Prices Anywhere.' \. ~~* \^ HARDWARE CO. Inc HOME OF FAMOUS ft#A*DS -• 126 V*. MAIN ST. PHbNE 515

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 9,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free