The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 13, 1952 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 13, 1952
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^TUESDAY, MAY t 13, 10.->2 Judge Digs Deep Info KKK Secrets Of North Carolina Four of Accused Offer No Defense In Kidnap Cases By I.ATHAN SII.MS WILMINGTON. N.C. !.4-v_A fed eial jueJ B e liMrinsr l.indijeruh kidnap eharses aprajnst ' 11 Ku Klux Klnnsmeii probes deeper lodnv into the secrets of the hooded order lliat spread lerror in this coastal Carolina fanning area. To District JurlBc Don Gillian, Ml Ihe (ask of deciding the tale of Ihe 11—four of whom offered no defense nnd testified for the eov- eminent fl«»inst tlie other seven, who pleaded innnccm. The defendants waived n jury trial. ' As the trinl opened yesterday Inc. Ju<Ji*e (jueationed witness .liter \vit- ness on Ihe influence ihnl Thomas I- Hamilton of Leesville s C Kr.ind dragon r,f (he Assrjeiatioii o'f Canilinas Klaus, exerted over ilie Klansmen. Hamilton is not a defendant Jlldpe Gllllani hcv.rri lirlimony that Ihe wizard received six rioll.irs for every new Klnnsman. He also wris told thai the Klnii .spread rn»- Idly [roni South Carolina into NoiVi Cnrolina on n campaign to ; -keep r<0|»roes in their places." The four who offered no defense were t,.C. Worley, Steve Edmunds, Sherwood Miller, and his 10-year- old brother George. Thev testifi that the 11 seized Mrs. Dorctny Dillard Martin. 28-year-old molher" and Ben Grainier. 10, farmer ami Hogged ihem Rfter crossing the South Carolina line, ntith viciims ure white. Mrs. Martin said the men told her and Grainger to quit drinking and go to church. The other defendants nre Early BI.VTHKVn.T.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Rare Carvings Go On Exhibit i i If e flOS ' U3 P_RETTY BABY-Cathy Ryan, 15 months old, of Stratford, Conn., thinks Cathy ts a very pretty baby. The one-girl self- sdmiration society held her meeting 8 l LaGuardia Airport while waiting for a plane to lake her k Grandmother's, in Dallas Nancy Kefauver Right WASHINGTON MV The wife nf , shop i man who aspires to he President I -7 wauled to eel needs a tennis player's strong right I dresses with sJioi-t -IP arm snd frocks with free-wheeling right sleeves. That's the experienced opinion of Nancy Kefauver, vivacious .red- haired Scotlish-ljorn wife of Sen. F.sfes Kefstiver of Tennessee. Her husband is campaigning for the Democratic nomination. Mrs. Kefauver told this one on herself at the White House reception for Congress yesterday: While stumping Florida with her hllsbunri *he went Into n Miami ly dresses with sleeves lhat"don't bind." she said. To demonstrate she flexed her arm. "Oh, are you a tennis plaver?" the salesgirl asked. "I told her I wasn't, but thai I'm certainly using my right, arm a lot. And If you don't think I am, fust feel thai muscle." It- felt solid, all rich!. "That come.s from hand-shak- ine." she said. Minnesota Has Unique Defense MINNEAPOLIS f*> — Minnesota claims two unique national aistlnc- t on« for its civil defense organita- tlon. The most northern civil defense ground observer post in the nation is in a lumber camp in the state's Norfhtrest. Angle. Facilities at the post Include an flu-foot look-out tower and radio station. Fourteen Inmates at the St Cloud Reformatory for men hnye been training for several week* to handle what In believed lo be the only observer post In the country located In R penal institution. The observer post is on the reform's ton roof. Turtle Inyadet Garden But Winds Up in Jail PHILADELPHIA TAP) — when neiRhbors complained about. » re- puMiv, - looking thine trampling tur- their gardens, pollre found pound, S-fcot. long snapping tie. A patrolman finally wrestled the turtle into a police car and took the offender to the police station The turtle VK thrown In ihe clink. Roger ConanL, curator at the »io aid the turtle probably had been captivity for some time. II the owner couldn't be found, he GAINESVILLE, Fla. M>) _ The 1 University a! Florida has opened i an exhibit of carved wooden ani- i mats made by (he lost tribe of ! Calusa Indians, a powerful Florida i tribe of (he ISIb Century. | The rare carvings were first] found in swampy muck in 1895 at Key Marco In (he southwestern' Ten Thousand. Island area The water-snaked muck is credited with ,, preserving the carvings for hun-ife diPds ol years. Tills it the first *' public sho\vin2. The prosperous Calusa tribe inhabited the Key Marro area around 1400 to 145(1. By 1830 they had dwindled lo a small group of fishermen. After 1840 the survivors joined the Semlnoles. Dog Almost Fnrfi Up i Three-Time Loser NEW YORK -API - Skippy almost M-CIH 10 (he gas chamber'as a three-lime loser. The 2-ye,lr-n!ri white fox terrier, was on trisil before a health department official, accused of bilina hi-J third victim. All seven members of] Ins owner's family turner! out to • ten thr- ji.duc how skinpv had .sir-! ' ed their lives by awakening Ihem',. .... when lire broke out in their llome "fOl/f/C Pig la?( December. [ Then Die Ist^f • (,(,,,•• vjrtim a() . ' WEST FRANKFORT. Ill IJI'i — muted he had really only been • F»«ner l.onis Ruzich's prize York scratched, skippy went free. fh( "~ h°K herd had 13 little, addi- lions the other nlsht. Next aftw- noon, he peaked in on the ncw- The siisar-prodiicinB island of i compi s-and blint-ed =ri'»H~"™:£^™»-™-™" PAGE TEMPESTUOUS-Televislon's queen of temperament is Sarah Churchill, actress - daughter of Prime Minister Winston Churchill, according to Krshine Johnson, noted Hollywood columnist, U.S. Air Bases To Celebrate Without Gas WASHINGTON (,1>, - Come rain liail or strike In the oil induslj-' shown at the nation's military l bases next Saturday will so 'on bit! Mitho'il plane llishls. Ttjp Defense lx-|>,iriineiil has Rioiiuded aviation Dtiaw, n[ ihe annual Armed Forces nay celebrations. so there will he none of Ihe cucine roiir and blast., none of (he spectacular air dashes and fly-past of previous years. Secretary of Defense l.ovett ].,, wee);, in view of the current fuel sliovtaBc, enncellfd all flying „<•- tlvilis hrevionslv schnlnled bv .nil- nary |iiine.s in nbsen'Ance of Armed Forc-os Day. Rend Courier News Classified Arts Wyoming GOP Delegation Js Backing Toft CASPER, Wyo. Ml _ Wyoming Republicans will semi an unin- . strncted delegation rio/nlnatert by! ! backers of Sen. Rohert A. Taft to | Ihe OOP National Convention. I An Associated Press survey of the 12 delegates rhosrn yesterdav ,il j one of the hitterest Wyoming con-! I ve'ntioiis in years slinwed six pli-da-' . ed lo the Ohio senator, Uvo pJeriged ] lo Gen. On-lent D. Kisenhower andl j (nur uncommlliwl. Boil, Tail and ! Fisrnhower leaders claimed at Irasl i Uvo of the four not plcdped Taft forrps won the only showdown vote —over one delegate scat. O[)di (i:30 p.m. Show Shirts al Dusk. Z S'IIOMS I.Yer) .Viglit Tt'KS.-WKJ). Dollar A Car \ilcs: Bring A Car Load Cor Victor • II ill/re's a picture in flir «i'r yr»i\e°nt it with I his "Super Set." • "(roMen Throat" lour . .. your Wt bel 1m llic Iwt in TV Roiiuii. • Ilistinctirr r«ui?ol<- cabinet is finisli rti in walniit, mahoeunv. or oak. . . . hear ll<r RCA Viclnr (Model 2IT155) today. Ub.r»< triKl«.| n L. Brooks, 44, lormer police chief at Fntr Bluff, his son Bobby 18- Horace Strickland. 41. n former deputy sheriff of Columbus County; Carl Richardson, 46: BOSK Enzor 46: James Roberl Hayes, 46. and Piltman Foy Strickland. 29. SHUT yOC/R WMDOW ON HEAT. WRT, f<0/se TODAY.' Window Model AIR CONDITIONERS -oe Air Conditioner! «ff»ttlv«ly tool, fill.,, dry, and circulate fr«th air. • 2 tii«s—for horn* iw offica, • Melar-Miiormechonismhaf ipecial 5-Y«or Worronly. USES NO V/ATER SEE Halsel! & White Before You --------the xx woiild , ' take the rep- HALSELL & WHITE Mam & Division FURNITURE CO, Among the 23 standard class cars entered in 1952 Mobilgas Economy Run.. in actual miles per gallon C/UI. US ABOUT EASY TERMS TODAY I * HALSELL & WHITE Mam & Division FURNITURE CO. Phone 6096 ALWAYS A DOUBLE FEATURE I'honc ifi21 Show Starts Weekdays 7:30 p.m. Sat. Sun. 1:110 p.m. TUES-WED BUDDY NITE 2 Admitted for Price of 1 SSWfSSiBSsSKSiwtitKMi __ KIRKOOUGUSi,^ M THIBISCMiinfu 3553 ^JANmRCIW i»a 'mivwiofK Ml * '"•n>»M !,<*,„ S&ja Shnrls in Tcchnicolo In this yecr'i M15-mile Mobilgni Economy Run, Sludebakar successfully da- fended Mi reputation for itand-oul gcna- line mileage. Yes, a Slur!choker Champion ond a Studebokor Commander V-8 mado operating economy hittory in (h* Mobil B oi Economy Run for Ihe third straight year. Try out a Ihrifly 1952 Studoboior yourself. Stop in ol the nenresl Studg- bokor dealer't. Gat a Studebalvar and get lop goi mileog*. Carlonn & Cornedv RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. TUKSDAY Particular Groom Bakes Own Wedding Cak» DETROIT f API-frank Gambino wanted Ins wedding cake to be Jurt so— sn he baked it himself. He ended up u-iih a cake bigger than he WM. U was 9 (fet h «nd weighed 300 pounds. It wan limit m several tiers with cake-lilt* pillars holding up each tier. The base had seven sleps lead»IB up to a miniature church in, fmnl of »-hieh wrrc figures of the bride and groom and members of the wedding parly. NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Saf. & Sun. Phone 58 'FOR MEN ONLY' Paul Ilenriori WKJVTHUHS. HOLD THAT LINE" (iorcey and The Boivery Hoy? TUESDAY "THE FAMILY SECRET" l.«e J. Cnhh John Derek WBD.-THURS. "GOLDEN GIRL" Dennis Day • Milzi Gaynor llaf, oar iatlMt f,,icr, tan tait * tifyt investment never traveled so far,., so safely! l.ORDimiiT 1I11S SCUII *KO !«(«i! 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