The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 29, 1946 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 29, 1946
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PAGE FOUR BI-YTil'EVILLK (ARK.) COURIER MONDAY, JULY 29, 1940 Lunching Prob6 \Newsman Finds Europeans ft i-Hi r 'i Tired, Hungry and Gloomy Bears Little Fruit Agents of FBI Seek Members of Mob Who Killed Negroes MONROE, On.. July 29. (U.l 1 .)Tl>e Federal Bureau of Investigation today tripled its force here and clong with state agents stub' bonily pursued its search for a mob of white men that lynched two tNTegro men and their wives as bitter resentment mounted against cold blooded murders. At least six FBI investigators and number of Georgia Bu renu of Investigation agents 1' been thrown into the 'smrch for a. score of men who ambushed the By VI1IOH, M. I'INKI.KY UniUvJ I'rcss Vice 1'rrslilent for i:iirojie ] LONDON. July 29.—Europe, is' Ured, hungry and gloomy. I Tlionsniids of miles of travel irt , in a n y countries during recent' weeks show that 14 months nfler ! V-E Day people want rood, eloilies,' houses nncl relief from [lower [jol-. illcK ami tension. I People simply want lo be lei alone. This dispntch mid the following four Negroes some 10 miles from ones are impartial, careful surveys. Some 1 situations reported may not please all ciunrters and they may startle some. Hut they mirror Bu- ' the mood of I^urope today. have People everywhere In Britain and Europe are sick to denth ol queues and they lire becoming average p!ny is assured n long(Inie run. Kveryone Krrennis for recent American, films. Many countries nre .showini; pictures iniule rive and even 10 years aga. People fork CM-ape everywhere. The avcraijc European doesn't, think in terms of hi°]\ level diplu- niacy beyond being disappointed lis the Inck of big 1 lower cooperation. World polities leave most people cold. People Ihink rather In lernvi of their stomachs, shoes on their feet and of bread, meat, anil potatoes lor themselves :uid their families. Their politicid think- iny is related to those things. Educators in Nashville For Five-Day Institute \ NASHVILLE, Telin., July 29. (Ul-> i —Educators from 27 states had arrived in Nashville this morni!.: i" allend the five-day institute" i' hlKhcr leiirniiiH wllh Scarrlll C»l- lege and Vnnderbllt Unlvcr-liy Joint lio.sis. I Jr. John O. Gross, institute <ii- letrie.r _«al.i purpose of tlic HU'e'- IiiB is to fiel]) smaller colleges nncl piohli'ins brought on by the |>i>«' ar :MIK<- to i UK eampus. Kegisti: •lion lor Ihe institute include., i': 1 ) etliicalors. 3S of whom are cui:i presidents. flicnki'rs for today arc Dr. Hurls i U. Anderson, president of Ceiucn- n y Junior College, Hacketlstown, X. J.; Dr. A. J. Brumbaugh, vice i;rc.«ldenl American Council of r i-l ni:it!-ii, Washington, D. C.; Dr. :;onld Wickey. general secretary ol I he Council of Church Boards of I (luiMtlcii, Washington, D. C.; and 1 mi'rs'.n Reek, director of public ul;tt:'])s for Colgate University, >.(million, N. '. Almost 14.000 degrees have? !joi>". | An efficient dairy sow prod'.icrv ,tiicnts in her feed. granted l>y Oklahoma A. and M. | lii pounds of ediUe milk solids for i . College since Its rounding. loach ICC, pcu:i:ls of d'~:slii)h nu ' Rend Courier Newn Want Ads. AltheiiRh there Is no cvi-lenn? lliat ginseng has any cir\ili v e !>rf>". Mites, it Is sold in China for as much as $(i to $400 an ounce IJ br usefl as medicine. tired of regime-Million and b?!n« here last Thursday and sent a pushed around by the slate or The famous astronomer 'Oallli'" disliked science wlipn he It as n selmolohoy. WASHER SERVICE I'hilip Frel Vnruuitt Cloftncra, PAIID, Irons and Rniftl) ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., Inc. A DAMS, MHT. U7| 'Jfirt-OS W. Mala fusliade of shots into their bodies. I anyone* else. Maj. W. E. Spencc, head of the Most people FBI, said published reports that an arrest had been made "were completely unfounded," but hinted of a break in 'Ihe case soon when he said last night that "the mystery is being unrr.vcled." "It is going to take some time to break this case." Spence added. "Even if the public Interest lessens, we shall proceed. We will keep on and do our best to bring justice to those who did this deed." • Jonn 'frost, agent-tn-charge of tlie Atlanta FBI office, refused to comment on progress of the Investigation. ' It was reported that two ml agents were with J. lay Harrison all day yesterday. Harrison, in whoso nutpmoliilo the Negroes were riding Just before they were ambushed, was the lone witness to the shooting. He had )mstcd bond for one of the victims and was carrying the four to work on his farm. As interment services were being held for three of the four victims yesterday, the National Negro Congress announced that representatives of the orgnniTnllon from Massachusetts. Connecticut, Ohio, Pennsylvania. Michigan, Indiana. New Jersey and New York would march to the White House In Washington in protest against the lynching. And scvqral churches In Georgia, including the First Methodist Church here, adopted resolutions denouncing the lynching* as an "outrage against humanity." are disappointed about recovery belnij a slow laborious process. They long for Ihe so-called carefree days of the early '30s. Munv want holidays and to loaf In the sunshine. IncipnsiHl want to garden. Still others want lo read and study books, niiign/Jne-s and newspapers Hint have been denied them for years. Millions are turning to religion. Religious newspapers and publications have 1 tripled in prewar numbers. Many churches are packed, including those in Russia and Germany. There Is n lerrlfle Imom in sports. Amusements and (healers are Illng up nil-time records In at- endance. Motion picture houses re filled to the rafters. Many ondon conlinenlal theaters arc old out KolUlly for two to four lonths hi advance. Second-rate pictures bring forth arly "sold out" signs. Just ail Fast Train Derailed ATLANTA, Gn., July 29. (UP) — The Seaboard Airline's local p sengcr train en route here fron Hamlet, N. C., was derailed in tin Atlanta suburbs today seven mile from Terminal Station. No one .was injured. Cause o the derailment was undetermined the railroad said. The train consisted principal); of mail and express cars. or SCRUB WOMEN nich or poor nllke—this Rrent tncdl- "liu i Js /ci ni o it j to relieve imln nnU nervous, tired, Irrltftblc fucllnRfl, of 'rcrlnlii tlrtys' —whoii due to fcnnnle funcUonnl inoiithly tUsturhuiiccs. LmE.PIMHAMS VEGIUIll comrnNa TOO FAT? this vitamin candy way Have a more Klcmlcr. qmcclnl fie- ure. No exercising. No laxaiivti. NodniRs. With the Riinplc AYDS Vitamin Candy Uciluciiiff Han you tlon'l cut out any incals. Get SLIMMER you uinnSy cut them t)o\vn. H lt'* easier wlicn you trnioy delicious (viumin fortified) AYDS rnmly bcfoicmcals Absolutely liarmless. »J(iy lUI.rJj of AYl>3 on!/ RH. If r »tlh reaulta. MUNKt IlACKrwi very first boi, I 1 KIKIVV UUOS. DUUG STORE Yours for o Better State A Persona! Appeal "Lot me urge every citizen who is a qualified elector to exercise your right oi franchise by casting your vote tomorrow. "This is your privilege and your duty . . . the American way of expressing your confidence or in disapproval of, those who otter for public service. "Regardless of your choice, I urge you to vote tomorrow." S/ncere/y, Bssi Laney GOVERNOR Four times, I have Personally invited Mr. Bcarden on a speaking tour of Mississippi County. All Four Times I Have Asked Him to Bring His Political Friend, Mr. Jim Grain, along. I even promised to let him speak before and after I speak. Now, / publicly date Mr. Bearden to join me on the below mentioned speaking tour of Mississippi County. I will even promise Mr. Bearden that it he will join me and bring his political friend on the complete tour I won't mention either of their names between now and July 30. July 11, Whiltnn; JifJy 12, Pawhccn; July 13,; July 15, Joiner; July 16, Lost Cane; July 17, Wesl Ridge; July 18, Doll; July 10, Huffman; July 20, Manila; July 22, Rurdcltc; July 23. OoKnell; July ?A, Mil- licraii Ridge; July 25, Half Moon; July 2fi, Osceola; July 27, LcaclivFllc; July 29, Ulyllicvillc; August 1, Dyes.s; Aiiff. 2, l.uxora; Aug. 8, Joiner; Aiifr. 5, Whitton; AUK. <>, ICtowah; AUK. 7, Manila; Aug. 8, Million e; Aug. a, Osceola; Aiitf. 10, l.eacbville; Aug. 12, Blylhevillc. JEFFERSON W. SPECK CANDIDATE FOR STATE SENATOR Subject to Democratic Primary Your Vote and Support Solicited For CHARLES W. LIGHT CAND FOR A Young Man Free From Political Obligations Mr. Light Says: "I should like to assure the voters of Mississippi County that I have entered this race with no biases nor prejudices to distract my judgments and if elect- ed, I pledge to each litigant and attor- ney a patient and courteous hearing of their causo, and a fair and impartial decision based strictly on the merits of the case." CIRCUIT JUDGE (Second judicial District) BORN AND RAISED IN PARAGOULD, ARKANSAS GRADUATED FROM ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE, JONES- BO RO HONOR GRADUATE, UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS SCHOOL OF LAW LEARNED IN LAW PRACTICING ATTORNEY IN PARAGOULD SINCE T939 A YOUNG MAN WITH NO POLITICAL OBLIGATIONS SERVED AS ENLISTED MAN AND OFFICER IN WORLD WAR II ENDORSED FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE BY GREENE COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION ENDORSED FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE BY GREENE COUNTY CENTRAL DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE ENDORSED FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE BY HIS MANY FRIENDS IN MISSISSIPPI COUNTY Those Who Know Him Best Endorse His Qualifications "Whereas, ws the members of the Greene County Bar Association being well acquainted with him and having been closely and intimately associated with him during his practice before the Courts of Greene County, do hereby conclude that our fellow member is well qualified and fully capable through education, training and experience, to discharge the duties of said office" —Greene County Bar Association This advertisement paid for by Winston Mack of Paragould, Arkansas, and many of CHARLES LIGHTS Greene County friends. MISSISSIPPI COUNTY VOTERS HELP ELECT CHARLES W. LIGHT YOUR CIRCUIT JUDGE (Second Judicial District) This advertisement paid for by Winston Mack of Paragould, Arkansas, and many of CHARLES J LIGHT'S Greene County fricnids.

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