The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 26, 1946 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 26, 1946
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TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 19-16 Tito's Men Hold Mikhailovitch Yugoslavia's Wartime Chernik Leader Taken With 11 Companions . nnt.Gn.ADE. March 2C. (UP) — r (>on. Drajci Mikhailovitch. Yugoslavia's wartime Chetnik leader, vvns arrested March 13 along with 11 of his comrades and is now in the hands of Marshal Tito's government, according to Gen. Alcxsinder Ran- kovlc, minister of the interior. Gen. Rankovic announced the arrest Sunday to the Yugoslav parliament. Burlier this month. Marshal Tilo disclosed in Warsaw that Miklinilo- vitcli had been located and would soon be "in protective custody." Bits of News Mostly Personal lins gone to St. I/mis after spt-nd- Ing n brief visit here with Richard Roberts and his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roberts. H. C. Campbell can now walk on crntehes nfler being confined to bed n week with » .sprained ankle. Mrs. I.ouis K. TYowbrldfie and ! (wo sons. Jimmy and Ku'id. of Kt. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Tucker have louls, are liere (or several days as returned home after spending a 'guests of her parents. Mr. nnd two-months vacation in St. Peters-1 Mrs. w. K. Buchanan ami family, burg, Fla. I Mr. Trowbridue will join (hem Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Atkinson of, '"-'r n^rilEVILLK (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Accused Slayer Goes On Trial His 19-Ycar-Old Wife Also Faces Charge In Sheriff's Death . . . . . Hamilton, Ark., were here today] the lust of the week. , ., Mr - "»d Mrs. Paul Million have a brief visit with his brother, returned after spending a' few ilnys Dr. G. S. Atkinson, and Mrs. At- '" Dyersbuij! and H.ills. Tfnu. Tlicy kinson. for . At- '" Dyersbuij! and H.ills. Tfnu. Tlicy | weri' accompanied bv Mr. and Mrs. eech. Clarence Geun and "iliuiRhtiTs. Kr- Condition of Mrs. J. A. Leecl.. -- - , who underwent n major operation bccca until und Eunice. In Dyi-rs- ycstcrday at, Memphis Methodist bun;, they wciv guests of Mis. Hospital, is satisfactory. Mr. Leech Clean's parent-; and Mr. Million's Is with her. |uncle ;UK! aunt. Mr. and Mrs. 11. Mrs. Rsther lielow left yesterday J. Gilman. In Halls, thev \veiv The . Chctnik leader is charged with Nazi collaboration He was listed by the Tito government as a war criminal and reportedly had been hiding out in the Yugoslav mountains since Germany's surrender. It was charged at the Nuember" war crimes trial that Mlkliailovflc-i, as Kins Peter's minister of war. had made a deal with Gen. Milan Ne- dicli, the Nazi puppet premier, to fight with Germany against Tito's Partisan forces. Mikhailovitch reorganized Yugoslavia's army after the German oc- to return lo her home at Morgan Field, Ki'., after • visiting here ix few days with her niece, Mrs. Cornelius Modinger Jr.- Prentis E. Holder, seaman first KUcsls of Mr. and Mrs. also relatives. H. ,1. Hodi;e, .sc-atnan first class. has arrived home utter reci-iviiii'. a discharge from the Navy at Ihe Sep- class, SKD, returned this morning arntion Center in Shoi'innker, Calif, to Jacksonville, Fla., where he is I Lonnie Wesley Ful|;ham, seaman stationed, after spending n 10-day second class, has arrived home to !.,„.. .._,,,. i.,_ _...- .... ..... . . . Icav with his parents, Mr. and be with Mrs. Fnlpham aftei discharged from tin- Wavy at the Separiituni Center in Sun Pedr Mrs. P. E. Holder. Condition of Mrs. Ray Worthing- PAGE MKI.BOUUNK Ark.. Mar. 20. <l),r.>-Hnbcn Ujler w.-nt on trial today in l/.ard Cunnty -circuit Court on nrst clcgi-iv murder ihnre.e.s in ihe .shotgun slaying last pee. .| of sheriff j. Lawrence llarber. The trial begun after Ihe court nili-d that, liyler and his ISI-yem- ohl v.ifc would he tried separately nn . identical charges. Prosecutor HarreD [jimpsim said at preliminary heating; In- will ask the 'llu- sllxln, uliick-haircd, IH-yi-ar- . Calif He is a veteran uf H months ccola and Eugene Colin of Kciser. Louis Bourgeois of New Orleans with her. Mrs. J. B. Husband is, a patient at Walls Hospital for routine trent- . _. ._._ _ „__ . mcnt and possible minor operation. cupatkm. He was considered a na- Louis Applcbaum has returned tionnl hero and was supported by'. troln Hot Springs where he spent the British until 19Vi. His nnti-Naz'. r ' vc days. He accompanied E. M. activities were depicted in an Ameri- Jafr . c e and Nathan Weinberg of Os- Rccenl. reports reached Belgrade that Mikhailovitch was planning to lead a revolt against the Tito government during the next few months. Although there were only 11 men pFA'ith him when he was captured, it had been reported ' that he was organizing a large force for his move ngninst the government. Mikhailovitch will be tried as a war criminal by the Yugoslav government. Officials said last May that he would be given a fair trial, but the evidence against him was overwhelming. He probably facts the death penalty if convicted. ton, who underwent n major operation yesterday at Memphis 13ap- list Hospital, is satisfactory, Mr. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wagner had Worthmgton and their daughter, ' as their guests a low days his Mrs. Hermon Carlton, have been brother, l-aul Wanner unit ix rcKuimly." This is the General makes In . -,-. and may this free ad, which automatically became a math-r o f official .Semite record, <!o his business no harm. of Jonesboro and Craighead 'County. Marvin A. Miller, University of Arkansas Library and Mrs. I. C. Oxner. Sate Library Commission. Mrs. Catharine T. Chew is Stale President of the Arkansas Library Association, and officers of the Trustee Section of the Association which wilt serve' Jointly with the Legislative Committee in sponsoring the amendment are: Mrs. John M. Moose. Little Rock, chairman; J. R. Kennan, Payettfeville, vice' Amendment Sought For Library Tax Library forces throughout (ho stute besln work this week to secure sufficient signatures to place a proposed constitutional amendment in the interest of county libraries on the ballot nl the Novcm- .tcr 1<MG election. The amendment, to be known as The County Library Tax Amendment, will be sponsored by the Arkansas- ; Jjibrnry Association. •-,• The proposed amendment Is permissive, in nature, allowing each county to support a free public library .by means of a tax not to exceed one mill, if the majority A' its property owners desire. A f Similar amendment to the Constitution -was passed in 1940 allowing residents of cities to support libraries by means of a tax. The county library amendment would serve to equalize .library privileges among rural and city dwellers. Library leaders point out that the chief reason for the fact that Arkansas ranks 47th among all the states in providing free libraries for its citizens, is the omission in the state constitution which fails to provide for a means of library .support for fifty per cent of the population. Passage of this amendment would * correct this omission in the state law whtch hampers further advance in library service in most sections of the slate. A. P. House, Little Rock attorney, and member of th<. Little Rock Public Library Board, is chairman of the Committee of the Arkansas Library Association which is sponsoring the proposed amendment. Members fo the legislative committee are: Archie House. Trustee, Little Rock i^Tablic Library, Chairman Miss "tiizabcth Malone, public Library president; ' Mrs. Clare Speer, North Little Rock, secretary. • l~"~ " I • : • > • | Wanner of Hiinklcy, Ail:.. Hc-r<-rord Sjlos"$•>:< 1,000 ALIUIQUERQUK, N. M. UJPJ The New Mexico Ke^iMrrcd Hereford associations have [innounct-cl that total sales for 1915 wcr.? $234,000. All average cif $109 a head was obtained at five fs'ew Mexico unc- tions, compared \)ith SHOD average on 501 registered Hereford sale.', throughout the nation, according I lo the associations. HOUSTON. Tex. (Ul'i—fipas-klin!! eyed Muriel Wicks at 18 is the youngest student ever to graduate I from Rice Institute. i Vice President ' of the student association and a campus <|ueen,, curly-haired Muriel credits he: young graduation to the war schedule of the school, which permitted her to coinplole four years GEG Liquid or Tablet* ccl an a mikl Laxative and cjul at Cpld Mi.-;eiies internally ,..,.... 6GS Hose JJrop.i or Salvo Leyins to relieve cind couyhlng AT OHCf mnlcia it easier lo bicollio. Ciral cu'l wo:Its fa* 'Id liyler Is accused of killing Umber when Ihe sheriff and u deputy iiUcmpled in serve him with n warrant on u fernery ! i"r«i- nt the hill-country home >f IHytr's pim-hls, Mr. und Mrs. "»> liyler. After the shooting, and his wife fled la the hills I" the Iloswell urea and eluded s 'ati- |H)lic<> and posses for 60 days bi-furi themselves up to U'Uesvllle authorities l-'eb. 3. In Ihe hills, they, biirely existed on persimmons, walnuts nnd berries, occasionally bolstered by food Ibi'y (jot from tin- home of an . Miirshul liyler. nearby, They lilii In i-4vi's und tliU-k«U, and were eilouyh to officers lo roach .out and touch thi-m. Dyler—after u court order by Judge 1,. Hled.soe—was admitted (u (be SHite Hospital In I iltle Rock for n>enliil tests on 1-Vb. 18,, llr. rf. T. Uollls. cllnlct director at the hospital, has nn- nounccd Hint Hyler Is "snne, re- mslble and without psychoses." and Unit he has been relumed to Jail, • Also 'clmrgcri are Byler's parents mid a ulster, Mrs. Alpha Young. 'Ihe flve.iiictjiber.s of the clan'hnvc been held In different Jails. Defense attorney H. VV. 'nicker of lliite.svlHe has not iinnomu-rd his plea tor flylor. An old F.uropcun superstition Is thiil animals take On the power Express Service Resumed At Osceo/a The 'City of Oscebhi again has express service following n brief period when the cnlllnn lor und delivering of pncknues' was abandoned. There an- no wild innd uninmls i|ln the aolomon Islands. of human >pcech »t Chrlttinu time. f SOMETHING NEW! READY-MIXED CONCRETE Foun<fations-Sidewajks-priveway*>P*fchm • Call 517 lor estimates PRIDE and USREY COAL and CONSTRUCTION CO. Approved FHA Contractors in months. jyurs and efijli!. 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Y.—Sinclair's unique oil-jeep drains and fills giant American Airlines' Flagship with Sinclair Pennsylvania Motor Oil. American Airlinffs, Inc., biggest U. S. Airline, relies on Sinclair Pennsylvania Motor Oil exclusively to save wear on its costly airplane engines. ' Now that your car needs all ]>ossiblc protection, give it the same protection given these planes. Buy Sinclair Pennsylvania, Motor Oil from your Sinclair Dealer. SINCLAIR PENNSYLVANIA MOTOR OIL . J. ALLE Phone 2005 — Agent — Blytheyille, Ark. -How isyowr JLooK nt the 24 nrlid«s a)tove for two minutes. Then take pencil and paper niul write down as many as you can remember. (IS is good, 20 terrific, 24 incredible.) Now, cnn you remember one other thing these assorted articles have in common? .. . Every one 1 'is made with electricity —or rim by electricity — or both. It's liard to name any manufactured article that isn't partly the product of electricity. It is basic to all industry. It provides the [mvcr that makes America the most. productive nation on earth. Testing your memory again, do you know how murk tlie cost of home electric service has come down through the years? You may not have noticed because you kept buying moro electric appliances and using more elec- iricily. Actually, lite average American family gets twice as much electricity for its money as it did 20 years ago! Low-priced clcrtrin service—friendly and dependable— is mndu possible by the sound business 'management of America's sclf-suppor'ing, tax-paying electric light and power companies. • Hta, NEISON EDDY in 'IHE EUCTRIC HOUR" will, *ot»rl Armkrwf.r'l OrcFmM. [vtiy Sunrfoy ofl.fnoort, 4:36, ESr, C»S N<Pfm»*. RED RYDER VJHM THE Sc5" BY FRED HARMAH BROKE Off IT EXPOSED 1GETW TlWI 6ATCHEL CQW'W^i^S THE rtprtE.T TKOr\ ±- .ROfr&ERtf ^^f. DO.' TRAPPER LUKE, SLOWLY RE\'i\IE5 AT tKE FOOT Or THE GLACIER- %

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