The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 13, 1952 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 13, 1952
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TUESDAY, MAY 13, 1952 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Just Mad' Youth Grabs Police Revolver, Slays Four in Crowded Bus CLEVELAND Wl — An unemployed youth who said he "was just mad" grabbed a policeman's revolver and blazed away In a crowded bus here yesterday, killing four persons. The youth, listed by police as Lawrence Goldsby, 20. killed the patrolman, two women passengers who complained he molested them, and a man passenger. One of the women, just before the shooting, had protested to the driver that GoUlsby was singeing her hair with a cigarette. When his weapon clicked empty. Lustron Article Probed Farther Ohio Industrialist Called to Testify In McCarthy Case WASHINGTON !,<rWA senate subcommittee today called back a onetime Ohio industrialist, Car] G. Strandlund. to tell more about paying $10,000 to Sen. McCarthy (H- Wis) in 1948 for an article about the Lustron Corp., now out of busi- | ness. The article was used by firm for advertising. Tlie subcommittee swung into the second day of its public hearing on a move by Sen. Benton (D-Conn) to have McCarthy expelled from the Senate. There was no sign of when the inquiry would cud. Benton contends McCarthy grossly violated senatorial ethics by accepting the money. McCarthy argues his acceptance was proper and ethical. The portly Strandlund is the man who put up 51,000 of his own cash In 1947 and borrowed 3T/ 2 million dollars from the government to finance his ill-starred venture into the prefabricated housing field. -The Lustron firm later went bankrupt. The rules subcommittee, headed by Sen.'Gillette (D-Ia), temporarily halted efforts of its counsel, John P. Moore, to give a detailed public airing of McCarthy's financial affairs in connection with the Lus- tron matter. Gillette and other committee members questioned the propriety of going into McCarthy's financial affairs without some assurance that It was pertinent to the inquiry. three men overpowered Goldsby and beat him savagely. One of the three, Ted Connors, 24. gave this report: 'I saw Goldsby grab the cop's gun, whirl and shoot the girl whose hair had been singed. "She collapsed. I dived back of another seat and heard five shots. "A fellow had grabbed Goldsby. I w«nl up and held him around the neck and slugged him with mv fist." While the men pinned the slayer in the driver's scat and bent him, the CO to 80 terrified bus passengers crouched behind seats, scrambled through windows, or pushed toward the closed doors. Dead were: Patrolman Eugene D. Stinchcomb, 55, called from traffic directing at the Euclid Avenue-East 105th intersection. Miss Annabelie Prankle, 24, whose yell—"My hair is burning"' —halted the bus. William J. Powers, nbout 60. former Chicago and Washington lawyer, who headed the Federal Constitutional Law Association of Detroit. Powers, who had an office here but lived in Grand Rapids, Mich., was defense counsel in 1944 for William Dudley Pelley, the Noblcsville, Ind., "Silver Shirts" leader convicted of sedition. Goldsby told detectives he was a native of Pine Bluffs, Ark., and came here , ., weeks ago from New York City. Pressed for his motive in the killings, he said: "I was just mad. I was mad at that girl for saying I was burning her hair. I shot the other woman because she was going to call the cop. I shot the cop because he was going to 1 take me off the bus. "I didn't mean to shoot that other man. That was just a stray bullet." Allied Patrol Cars Again Held in Berlin JBERLIN (IP)— Allied highway patrol cars were confined to Berlin for the fifth day today as the Rus- eians again turned them back from the Babelsberg checkpoint near here. The Russians have given no explanation for the ban, imposed last week. Scientific names of animals are formed according [o the two-name system introduced bv the Swedish ' ~*»i *ij KJI, kj.i^uuti Are Americans frigger-Happy? Many Nations Fear If Will Cause War NEW YORK l/Ti— Fear that the United States !s trigecr-lmppy and "may rashly precipitate atomic warfare." John Foster Dulles says. Is causing more worry til many nations than .the Soviet Army. The former State Department idvlscr says this feeling arises because "It has seemed Impossible for the administration wholly to prevent persons in our military establishment from giving utterance to warlike views." Dulles, long B foreign policy spokesman for secmenls of the Republican party, spoke List night nt the annual award dinner of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. He received the national gold av/ard "for devotion to the cause of promoting understanding and good will among Protestants. Catholics and Jews/' NO BRIDE WOULD MIND THIS SHOWER—'iamish Livingston 27, and Dnhce Lloyd, 21. think it's wonderful to be caught in a rain of money on their wedding day. Despite the fact that it's just stage money, (he couple ore still happy. They're dancing in a London stage show, and earning real "pennies from heaven." America Reached Peril by Sacrifices Of Principles, Clubwoman States MINNEAPOLIS tfl — America reached its present position of peril in the world today through step-by- step sacrifices of principle for expediency, Mrs. Oscar A. Ahlgren said here today. "Russia does not have to go to war with the United States to win," she told delegates to the Glsl annual meeting of tho General Federation of Women's Clubs. "If we fail to bestir ourselves, Russia can win victory from our own apathy. "Russia used Rumanians to take of our way ~of !ife. Instead, Rumania; Bulgarians to take Bui- Socialists and Communists' PAGE THREB North Dakota Democrats to Be Uninstructed MINOT. N.D. W— North Dakota's 10 delegates to the Democratic National Convention arc likely to be uninstructcd for dcnlinl candidate. any presi- The delegates, each with one-half vote, will be picked by the Democratic State Convention here today Supporters of Sen. Estes Kefau ver of Tennessee, who want a dele gallon instructed to support him. appeared to be waging a losing battle In pre-convention talks. Whether there is an instructed delegation hinges largely on who the state convention picks as na tional committeeman. Dave Kelly, Grand Porks, long time Democratic boss in the stale appeared certain of re-election a; held later this week. "The training school for democ racy is In the public schools." she said. "I want American history taught in every school. I woufc also like to sec the Declaration o: Independence and the Constitutioi framed and hung in every schoo room as constant reminders of oui rich American heritage. "We are allowing a generation o. boys and girls to grow up without ...„„„.. „ „„., lulla ul lm[ly Iooc any knowledge of the advantages for each working day in the pas lines of communication with con sumers. He said this would pernii of better enforcement of the rood Drug and Cosmetic Act. Purrick said that his agency hac garla, and she took Poland with Poles. If Russia takes America, she will take it with Americans." Mrs. Ahlgren, Whiting, Ind., federation vice president, urged that more accent teaching of be placed Americanism from kindergarten through college curricula. She is unopposed for the subtly planting distrust minns of the youth of this country so they are being carried away from the virtues of integrity and faith upon which this nation was founded." George P. Parrick, deputy commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration, urged the women r'ii'b" i C i° E T S BA 9 K 79 SEA—Signing of the Japanese Peace Treaty Is occasion for fishermen r Hakodate, Japan, to celebrate, as they become free for tho first time in (en years to crime in The Northern Pacmc. F pgs atop the masts are (town to insure good fortune on the first voya™ of more than CO fishing boats. The fleet hunts for salmon and trout, for export to the United States national comniitteeman. Kelly ami other party leaders favor an uninstructcri national delegation .which would be free to join a proposed alliance of several Midwestern slates at the national convention. "Thai does not menu we're against Kefauvcr." said Abncr Larson, Democratic state chairman. 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