The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 8, 1948 · Page 3
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THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1948 BLYTHEVILLE (AKKJ NEWS Sen. Russell Asks Draft of Industry Government Would Get Power to Seize And Operate Plants fr WASHINGTON, April 8. <UP>S»n, Richard D. Ru.ue!l, 13., Gn. yesterday proposed Hint the government draft Industry a* well as manpower for national defense "if necessary to get the equipment we need." Russell, ranking Democratic member o( the Senate Armed Services Committee, told reporters he would suggest the Industrial draft, machinery as an amendment to defense proposals being considered b> the committee. If it Is rejected, he said, he will introduce it a.s an amendment on the Senate floor. Russell made the suggestion as the committee examined Defen.se Secretary James Porrcstnl and Air Secretary w. Stuart Symington in a closed session on air power. There were growing demands for Congress to provide a 10-group Air Force, Instead of 55. Would Okay Seizure The Georgia Democrat, who sponsored unsuccessfully a similar amendment to the iaio draft act. said liis legislation would empowei take over and ' needed to equip if the owner refuses government contracts "r> a fair profit" In cases of disagreement the government could seize the factory nnri let the courts decide what is a fair profit. "When we are calling men to the colors whether they want to come or nol," the people will not object to also requiring industry "to do its part," Russell said. He said the need for such legislation was brought home early in the last war when the Navy could not get si.'-inch gun mounts because small manufacturers did not want to produce them. Strikes Down—Before the March Outbreak Princess Elizabeth Gets Wedding Doll 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 With only 725,000 man-days ol idleness resulting from slnfccs during February, total lime losl from work stoppages hit a postwar low. But that was before Ihornsh of Eh ikes end*other \votl; iloppaRes In March. Note how frequently coal strike* have caused lost time sine* 1U3D. Chart is adapted from "Economic Indicators," prepared by the President's Council of Economic Advisers. nr.LLKVUK, O. (UP)--A inlnln- lure doll in [Minces* Hiir.nbelh In her wedding; dress Is on its way U) • Roynl Hlglme.'u—(lie- work ol Mrs. Cnrl Kamularc whose hobby It s to milks bridal dolls. After MitdvitiR photosraphs of tun •oynl wedding, Mrs. Fumulaie worked eight hours dally for 10 I lays completing the repllcu of Kliss- nueth's KOWII In miniature. She used more than 3.000 linv pearls i\nd bends, sewing them on with the finest thread anil needles prci'uri'.ble. Under llin gown, made to fit an eight-inrh unbreakable doll. Mn. iuIiuT even fnsliloned u silo, bra and Inci'-irimmi'cl panties. Rend Courier Nein Want Ads. Police Seek Sex-Slayer Of Florida Nurse Amu m. 1 * ii-'gisiation w 4 ie government to t icrate any factory n IE armed forces If JACKSONVILLE, Fla., April 8.— (UP)—Police yesterday hunted a sex-slayer who pounded the pretty I blue eyes of the resident m.'i'se of I a boys' military school here and i then tried to burn her raped body. Authorities said the pregnant woman was beaten across the eyes with n blunt Instrument ant) then L was fatally struck several times over .flthc head after she was raped In her quarters at the school's infir- inary. Mother of Five Murdered; Body Found in Thicket An autopsy showed the former U. S. Army nurse and socialite of St. Michaels. Md.. diccl of blows that may have been dealt with an ashtray. DECATim, Ala., April 8. (UP) — A mother of five children was found dead in a small pine thicket, strangled with n head scarf tied In a double him knot, Morgan County Officers reported yesterday. The body of Mrs. Christine Haynie was discovered at midnight in a remote section between here and HarLwIlc, Just inside ttic Morgan Judge Rules in Favor Of Superstitious Felon GOLDSIiOnO. N. C.. April 8.— <UP|—Diantley Hose, 31, begun 12 year .sentence yesterday, even stronger In his sunerxllttoii.s beliefs, Rose was sentenced to serve 13 years by JiHijje J. Paul Fiiwlle on conviction of assault and armed home In the local robbery, larceny of R cnr, breaking nnd entering and larceny. "Your honor, I'm siiperstliloiii" Hose said. FriKellc knoirkcd off one year. "OWat^O^O,^ — Man, You're Crazy I'nrcr-r cour »tr! Tluni'Miil* nr wi'* 1 «l 7i), Itr "IM-II!>•">: "I'" "i I" Onn-i.Civinalin tunic For *r«L. [,ni<li»Ku FrfiiuG On* Mkl? 1<> IwHlyV '•<•> of irnn nlilrtt nmiv uif^ mml *MH«s*ii fM "<vfi1." Try !At till dr;iR stores everywhere — In illyilu'ville. at Klrby Unix. 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(UP> — Wisconsin Justice moved with traditional swiftness yesterday punish n burly truck driver who fcsscd that he slugged a wealthy _ lady to death to obtain funds "for his wedding the following day- William Drews, 50. was to be ar- i raigncd today on charges of kill- ! ing Mrs. Sadie Cody, 85. last Friday • and .stuffing her body into the fclaz- ' ing furnace of her palatial home. [ District Attorney Edward G. Mi- | nor said Drews had announced ! that he would plead guilty. ' Minor said Drews probably would I be sentence this afternoon, within ! 24 hours after he confessed the i slaying. Circuit Judge Edward Dn- . quainc was scheduled to hear an- \ other case yesterday and Minor - said Drews' trial probably wot I'd be held at the same lime. I Wisconsin law does not require Grand Jury Indictments In cases where the defendant pleads guilty. The state has no death penally. Life imprisonment is the maximum punishment for heinous crimes. • Drews centered late Tuesday that he killed Mrs. Cody in a fit of rage when she refused to lend him money to finance hi.s marriage to Mrs. Julta Smith, Sturgeon Bay divorcee and mother of four children. He said he was certain "she was dead when I put her into the furnace." Drews said he was a former tenant in n house owned by Mrs. Cody. His bride also was a. former tenant, of Mrs. Cody. j County line. Officers salrt a party had searched for her for several ' hours after she failed to return from a grocery store late yesterday. I Coroner B. T. Howcll said the woman, About 3.S, apparently was murdered. He said her body was badly bruised about the head, hips . and other sections o[ the body. Physicians were examining the body to determine if she had been criminally assaulted. The body was found by Hie husband, R. T. Haynie, ami a neighbor, Eli Edmondson. 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