The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 10, 1948 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

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BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURflCB MEWS MOMDAT, MAT 10, 1M0 Lake City Slayer Must Serve Term I union and Seniors at Burdette *lan Tour After Closing of School urn* BOCK, u»y 10. (u?)— i »«p«r«>« conviction* for mur- upbrid iod»» br the Ar- Mon«* Court. T*«r wan » We jeetrnc* given W. r. (BUI) ClMunU of L*k* City lor the 1M« ChrlctmAf D«y shoot- k« of hta aetrutwd wife; the 31- jrear leWer County eenttnc* against /. A. Powell ot Texarkana; and a 14-Teer-eenUBCe (lien Shelby Everett br ea Independence County w*c tri*d In Cralghead Circuit court U*t Nov. 34, «ftei •hooUac hU wife, Mrs. Nel ., while she w»s picking i chicken In th« y»rd of her sister ln-l>w'< borne on ChrUtmas Day 1M*. The element*' «lx-year-oli dMfbter wu watching h*c T»the talk to her mother for a mtnut* bcton firing a ahot Into her temple The eouple had been separated a mobtti. The Supreme Court. Raid ther wai no (rounds (or Clements' ob Jecilon to physicians' test I mo n that he wai une at the time of the •hooting. Powell, a bouncer for a nightclub near Texarkann, was convicted of ihootiiiK Andrew A. Ellis, a Texarkana business man and airline ofll- • cial. Evidence In the lower court Dr. W. J. Kdens, president of Ark-* '• —. ruaj St*t« Collegt at Jonesboro 'ilpments of frerfi foods. to strike against the government. Under court doctrine established Inter In 19« when the United Mine Workers struck against federal managers of the seized coal mines, strikes against the government are Illegal. UM Rev. Charles Lewis of Lux- rm have been selected as speakers or graduation and bacculareale ex- ilses for the Burdette school, K M. Autry, superindentendent announced today. A piano and voice recital, present- h» approximately 50 students will be the initial program In the closing events scheduled by the school and two-week tour (or juniors and sen or.s will be the climax of two-weeks activities. School Is scheduled to clo.se offic- illy on Way, 31 and 14 seniors will leave on May 24 for a tour of the Southeastern states with Jacksonville, Fla., their destination. Mr. nnd Mrs. Autry will be 111 charge of the tour, which will include stops at Nashville, Chattanooga, Atlanta, and along the Atlantic Coast. A school bus will provide transportation and funds were set aside for the showed that the men exchanged tour early this year by student sponsored projects. The plnno and voice recilal will b« In the High School Auditorium tomorrow at 8 p. m. Thursday night-some 300 grade students will participate In • the Music Festival In the High School auditorium nt 8 p. m. Friday nlglit the junior class will iionor the seniors with the annual banquet nt the high school cafeteria at 8 p. m., and Junior sponsor, Mrs E. A. HtuikK, has announced the 'circus 1 ' to be the theme of the banquet. The Rev; Charles Lewis, pastor of the First Methodist Church of Luxorti, will give the baccutnretite The effects were quickly felt Jn many American homes. Fresh-vegetable and meat prices went up. The Chicago Livestock Exchange suspended operations. The New York Mercantile Exchange stopped trading In six>t butter and eggs. Perishable foods piled up. The administration believes the firemen, engineers and switchmen will stay on the Job when the government .takes over. It believes that seizure will keep the country's economic circulation system from being choked to death. Shortly after announcement of the seizure plan, the White House sujjunoned Brig. Gen. P. P. Yount t chief of the Army Transportation Corps, to a conference. It appeared obvious that the conference was on means of carrying out the seizure. SteetmEm, meanwhile, reported the seizure announcement to the union chiefs and rail operators. It is the second (hue Mr. Truma has ordered seizure of the railroads. blows before Powell fired the fatal ahot. Fin Damages HOWM North of High School STRIKE Continued From >afe 1, every home In the country within a few days—many within a matter j of hours as workers a're laid off for and twltchmen also would-acrvlee trains carrying returned war <l«ad Some of the railroads already had curtailed freight and pawnger Mr- vice . Embargo«5 on perishable goods caused huge.pile-ups of fruit, veg- and other edlblet at shipping points and threatened big losses to shippers unless the embargoes could be lifted forthwith. The nation's airlines made 1,000 plane* available as extra sections to scheduled flight for freight and passengers. Air Ticket S»l« Up But most, travellers appeared to products. The strike Is scheduled to hit Sales of airline tickets were report- each time r.one as clocks touch six ' H.m. Workers will complete their scheduled runs before swinging down from their cabs and towers to Join the walkout. The striking unions said they would man all runs the railroads choose to start up to 5:59 a m. A lew railroads will try to continue operating with supervisory employes but virtually the entire network of railroads will be llert ed M "brisk but not frantic- tocUr. Among thoM who would mcfcr bitter disappointment from the trlke wer* MO schoolboy traffic patrol members at Atlanta who were scheduled to make a trip Thursday to th« National Safety Conference at Washington. California farmers were etpecUU y hard hit. They said a long strike would waste most of the state's wo billion dollars worth of produce for this year. Millions of commuting *ubur- >anltes faced the problems of now to get to their Jobs tomorrow. Many reserved hotel rooms. Some Indus- trie* made plans for housing workers in the shop*. Roads near big towns were expected to be crV'Jed with extra bus, truck and automo- bile traffic. up as though a (slant, hand had n | lipped away the rails. Only trains to (he manned by Two years ago this month under mem bers of the striking unions will similar circumstances he directed )x , thosc carry | ng mllk troops or the Office of Defense Trnnsporla- j lospUa | llcd person.,, n was action to take over and operate the llEvcrt tllat (he englneers (| r(TOCn mil lines. For 48 hours the striking unions were defiant. They refused to work • even lor the government. While the PrestVnl was asking Congress for power to draft *fie strikers, they ' capitulated. 1 This time the union.'!, only one of j hlch was involved in the 1946. j alkout, are not generally expected j th« BEAUTY BAR Mn. Nora Bpridlty. Own«r Qltncot Hotel Bulletin* Phout U01 Margaret Dean Bmllh, P*ttT Lucy Opportunity for responsible business man to be our exclusive representative, of the Kraftex all metal ve nctlan blind. Please send reference! to the American Blind Co., Inc. Manufacturers, 470 N. Deeatur St. Memphis, Tenn. nation at < ajn. EOT. Price* wera rising rapidly in many :ltl«« as merchants anticipated shortage* In foodstuffs and other ' premium." (ONE'S Beauty Shop 111 North 2nd St. OPEN EVENINGS by APPOINTMENT Operators: Fayon Porter •Marie Molded Rodtry Mildred Burnett Phone J13Z Fire heavily of undetermined damaged address on Sunday at 8 p. m. In the high school auditorium. Events scheduled for the next week Include an operetta, "Gypsy TroubarZor,,, directed by Mrs, J. J, Morgan und presented by grades seven and eight at 8 p, in. May 17 origin' In the KiudHorium. About 40 grade four-room bungalow owned by Mrs. Eula Spain in the Negro quarters north of Ely- thevtlle High School laUs Saturday night. ..Fire Chief Roy Head stated that occupant* or the house, whose names have not been learned, were away from home at the time of the blaze. He aald that an estimate of the damage has not been made but that the house was damaged beyond repair. Jt*a/*drs in Blythtyille To Plan tor Convention Plan* for tht Arkansas Realtors' Convention to be conducted in BlythevDle next Octorxr will be' dls cussed at the meeting of the Blytiwrllle Real bUU Board In the Hotel NoWe tonight, C. W. Gates, president said tojlaT. The dinner meeting will start at 8:30 and the program will be devoted to the naming of virloui committees and discussion of convention plans. students will be presented certificates at their promotion exercrlses May 19, by Mr. Atitry; and Dr. Edeus will speak to the seniors at their graduation exercrlscs May 20. The third annual alumni banquet will be held In the cafeteria on May 21. with L. H. Autry. Jr. :onstmas(er, nnd will close the e- venU of the year. Honor students for the senior class are LnNclle Eubanks, vulcdiclorlnn and'Billy Jean Langlcy, salutorlnii Junior high leaders are st\lutovii\n Perry O'Neal nnd valedictorian Lllllbeth Garrett. SEIZURE Form*r Bfythcvifl* Man KHI0J in Plant Crash Don Crowley, who received his flying instructions- at the Blythe- villt Air Base, was killed yesterday when hU twin-engine Bcechcraft plaine crashed in Burlington, Ky., after leaving Cincinnati. Mr. Crowley was piloting a private Sinclair Oil Company [our passenger plane, but only he and , th« co-pilot were reported aboard, both were killed instantly. Mr. Crowley had vlsllert Mr. a'nd Mrs. C. t>. Redman in Blythevllle a little more than a week «go. At that time he was en rovite from Nashville to his home in Tulsa, Okla. Continued from Page 1 burgh had been that the strik would go on as planned unless th top union leaders here canceled 1 Nobody doubted that a rnilroa strike could choke off the country economic circulation. 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FELIX CARNEY Setae/masters Arrange Fun Night Program The Mississippi County Schoolmasters club will hold Its final ^meeting fit the 1»48 school year at Burdette High School Wednesday night. -Fun night will be observed at this meeting with wives and hu.5- j bands of members invited a* spc- CJ«1 guesU. CROP GUARD protects crops from cultivation damage Livestock • ST. LOUIS NATU STOCKYARDS, May 10. (DP)—(USDA>—Livestock: • Hogs 12,000; salable 11,500 as compared with 19,500 last Monday. Barrows and gilts, steady to 25c lower than Friday's average, Sows 25 lo 50c higher. Bulk good and choilc 170-240 Ibs. 20-20.75; top 20.15; 2-10- 1TO Ibs. 14.M-20-, 210-300 Its. 1718.50; 300-350 Ibs. 16.25-1T; ISO-ISO Ibs. 17-19.50; 100-120 Ibs. 14-16.50: j •owi 450 Ibs. down 15-15.50; over ' 450 Ibs. 13.75-H.75; mostly 14 up. ! Stags 10.50-12.50. I - Cattle 4,100; salable 2,700; calves ! 1,400, all salable. Little more than i a dozen loads of steers included In , a light supply of all classes. 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