The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 9, 1948 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

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PAGE TWXiM 22 Nazi Officers To Be Sentenced All Art Found Guilty •y U.S. War Crimes Court in Nutrnb«rg April 9. CUP) — Twenty-two SB officers wer« found guilty by »n American military tribunal today of participating In more than 1X100,000 murders during ths N*» »ign of Urror in Europe. Th« tribunal, concluding what IUM (wan described as the biggest murder trial In history, announced that sentences Trill be handed down tomorrow. There were M defendants when the trial opened. One, Emil Haviss- man, committed suicide halfway through the trial. Another, Otto Ra»ch, wu given a separate trial. Judgement against Rasch will hs delivered later this morning. Defendants to be sentenced tomorrow Include five SS generals. 10 B6 colonels, three SS majors one 66 captain, two SS lieutenants and one non-commissioned officer. Presiding Judge Michael S. Mus- manno, Pittsburgh, said evidence Produced in the case of the No. 1 defendant, Gen. Otto OJilcndorf, indicated he was a dual character »ith a Dr. Jelsyll and Mr. Hyde per- tonaWy. "However, as Interesting as it Trould be to dwell on this possible du&l nature. Ohlendorf by his own "word headed an organization whicn killed 90,000 people," Musmanno aald. Third Candidate files For Secretary of State ROCK, Ark., April 9. the Smaller Yhey Are/the feigger They Seem BLYTHEVTLLB (ARK.) COtTOlM NKWf FRIDAY, APRTT, », The Missouri Pacific's new 4500-horscpower Diesel-electric freight locomotive seems big to bi» people, but to little Stanton Mason it looks like the biggest ihing over. Garbed in cLincor's cirT a vards an u wnf"?; h', 3 -"™ ] * Schenyct.d,. N? Y.. lad iifspccts the monste" ,„the"taton^ > ards - " Wl11 ™ n between St Louis, Mo., Texorkana, Tex., and Ark., and Memphis, Tcmi. (U.p.)—The campaign for Secretary of State became a three-way race today. The third man to file for the of- SEE YOUR KAI5ER-FRAZER DEALER Get A New Car RIGHT AWAY! IN BLYTHEVILLE IT'S "61" Motor Company (Home of "til" Implement Company) North 6th Street Phone 2142 Livestock ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, April 9. (UP)— (USDA)— Livestock: Hogs 9.300. salable 8.000, as compared with 10.0CO yesterday. Barrows and gilts about, steady with average Thursday, with some strength on. weights over 290 pounds. Sows mostly 50c lower. Bulk good and choice 170 to 240 Ibs 21.25-22; top 22.25 sparingly. 240 to 210 Ibs 10.75-21.50; 210 to 340 Ibs 18.50-20; 130 to 150 Ibs 18.25-21- few 21.25; 100 to 120 Ibs 14-8.25; sows 450 Ibs down 17.25-17.75, over 459 Jla 16.50-1T. Stags 13-15. Cattle 2,300; salable 600; calves 700, fill salable; meager supply of cattle finding active demand it higher prices. Small lot good light weight steers and heifers 26-27.25: common and medium 20-25.50; good cows 22-23.60; common and medium beef cows 18-21; canners and cutters 14-17.50. flee was Dlbrell W. Palmer of Conway. He Is 24 years old, a veteran of 42 months overseas service during the war. and is employed by the Railway Express Co. Secretary of Stale C. G. Hall earlier filed for re-election. The other candidate is W. B. Hol- nmn of Little Ror.k. Driver of Truck Jailed for Hitting Woman Striker ATLANTA, Ga., April 9. (UP) — Police today arrested Elberl M. Wade of Madison. Ga., driver of an Armour Co. truck, after a striking woninii worker charged that ho deliberately ran over her as she walked in a picket line In front of the meat packing plant here. The warrant for Wade's arrest, charging assault and buttery, wns obtained by Local 111 of the Unitc-J Packinghouse Workers (CIO). The woman, Mrs. Marie Browdcr, •10, was in a hospital here. The extent of her injuries was not immediately known. Edward Dumas, president, of the local, charged" that the driver deliberately ran into Mrs. Browclcr. Witnesses said the truck "shoved" Mrs. Browdcr a distance of 10 ieel. knocking her off the sidewalk and propelling her through the gates o'. the plant. Both Wade and A. R. Hambrick, riding in. the truck, denied the wn- inuu was struck deliberately. They said they dirt not realize they hart hit her until they heard the screams of othor pickets. Chiang Says Red Supply Lines Cut Generalissimo Talks To National Assembly On '''Stat*' of -Nation' By Robert Clurnun (United Frew sUff Corrapondenl) NANKING, April 9. (UP)— Generalissimo Chiang Kai-Shek told the NntionRl Assembly today that the Clilnc.se Communists' line oj supply lot outside aid Iwd been cut »t Ycnan, Kalgan and cliefoo. The main point of tile government's present military strategy, he said, was to s«e that the Communists' supply lines to the outside remain cut, Yenan, former Chinese Communist capital, Is tu Western Slien- sl Province South of Outer Mon- . golln. Galgan, West of Peiplng, Is I a major road center linked with Siberia through Outer Mongolia.! Cbeffoo, on the Shantung Penin- j sula, Is across the Gulf of chile ' from Communist-held Dalren and Port. Arthur. . "If we had not recaptured Ye- nan, Kalgan and Chefoo, the Com- mimlsLs could have received outside aid from time to time," Chiang said. "Their slrnlegy had already failed when We cut their line of outside aid." Chiang said he guaranteed victory over the Communists, He warned the Chinese people not to let their confidence in the Chinese Government be shaken by foreign criticism or Comnivmlst propaganda. Talks on 'State of Nation 1 Chiang spoke for BO minutes In a "state of the nation" adrire.ss to ihe National Assembly, making these points: 1. The government will be forced to give up some small points to the Communists in order to concentrate on defense of the larfer cities. The government is organizing a peoples mllltla to hold as many of the small points as possible. 2. The Communists annihilated seven Nationalist divisions 111 Manchuria during the past. year, but if the government can hold Mukden, Changchun and Chinchos', Manchuria "will never be lost." 3. Communist casualties during 1846-1947 were from two to five times higher than those of the Nationalists. In the portion of his address on economics, Chiang said the government note Issue up to the end of last month was 70.000,000,000,000.000 Chinese dollars. The Chinese government's United I States currency .reserve, he said. Is approximately equal to that amount- exclusive of the United States, loan nncl government-owned property. The government's economic, base '.(Hlay is firmer than ever, he said. Harrison High Student Wins Essay Contest Kellogg Morton, student »l the Harrison High School, was winner of first prize j n the Negro High School Division in the 'slate essay contest on "Malaria and It* Control." Kellogg will go to Little Rock next week, and on Wednesday he will be presented a »50 check us his prize, by Gov. Ben Laney. The school sponsoring the winner, Harrison High School, will also receive a set of the most recent edition of Compton's encyclopedias The student's trip to Little Rock is with all expenses paid. Approximately « counties competed in the Negro High School Division of the contest. „•.,,. Ch»n«r.T Court for Ihe ChkkMMba District of Mississippi foiinly, Arkansw. • . v - R - HU1 Plaintiff i VS. No. 1U.42S ^l™?" 1 ™ 5 ' etal Defendants Notice Is hereby given that there has been filed In the office of the Clerk of the Chancery Court of Mississippi County, Chickasawba District, Arkansas, a petition to confirm and quiet in the plaintiff H. R. Hill, the title to the following land in the Chlckajsawba District Mississippi County. 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Tax/men Warned NEW YORK (UP)— Tlie police department has pasted up notices on the city's !1,000 taxicabs saying: "This driver is required by !»?/ to drive you anywhere and to any location within the live boroughs comprising New York City." The notices came after many complaints to police that drivers refused to go from one borough to another, prefcrrinfr the more pro'- itable short-haul rides. lONE'S Beauty Shop 111 North 2nd St. OPEN EVENINGS by APPOINTMENT Operators: Fayon Porter Marie McLeod Roder? Mildred Bnrneil Phone 3132 of May 1MI, at a time and not cleric of said court. Mil* MM M more than six weeks alter this date. day of May, 19M and show cause why the title of Jsald lands should not be confirmed HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk. Belty Peterson, D. 0 in the said H. R. Hill, the plain- G. W. Barhaiu, Attorney for plaintiff In this cause. 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