The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 11, 1948 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 11, 1948
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BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS ' TUESEAT, MAY 11,1948 ' Fire Ends i Negro's Escape Fugitive front Prison FMM N«Mr Pin* Huff During Capture , Ark., May 11. (UP) aped Negro convict TTM Act aj?d killed by trusty guard* from Cummins Prison Farm •bout daylight today near Jelfer- aon Spring in Jefferson County. Capt TOM Cocbill, luperlntendent of thi farm, «ald 18,yeir-old George •Willit Rood of camden wan killed Instantly when he refused to halt at th« order 'of a guard. , ka*amwhUe, funera Iservlce* were held la Grady today lor Mrs. Wil- HaM D. Bts««u, 37-year-old mother of three children, who was, killed •unday night by a bullet Intended Jor yttod. • tte Negro had been apprehended at Grady by City Marshal Gorec Dmafe and a prison farm Negro truety. DennU jaid they were tak- U>* prisoner to a druj store Monopoly Charge Hurled at TV A in Debate in House WAEHINOTOK, May 11. (UP) — Rep. Walter C. Ploeser, R., Uo., charged yesterday that the Tenn*»- •ee Valley Authority \t trying to set up a "great power monopoly.' He made the charge in opening House debate on a bill earmarking 137,979.061 to operate some doien government corporation* In the new tlsc»l year. It also would permit the agencies to spend some $68,933,600 o! their own lundj lor administrative purposes. The bill provider funds for such agencies as th« Reconstruction Finance Corp., Inland.Waterways, Export-Import Bank and the Federal Housing Administration, as well as TVA. Ploeser, chairman of the Appropriations Subcommittee which handled the bill, defended iti action In denying TVA 14,000,000 lo start work on a new steam generator at New Johnsonviile, Tcnn. "The committee hasn't the authority to mnke » commitment for NOTICB Notice u hereby given thai the undersigned' wilt within the time fixed by law apply to the Comnilt- lioncr of Rcvenuei of the State of Arkanw* for a permit to sell beer at retail at 301 W. Main St. Biythe- vLUc, MLulstippt County. it a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned ha* been revoked within five years last put; and that the undesigned, his never been undersigned »lale» that h» convicted of. violating the laws of 1050. this stale, or any other state, relating to the sale of alcoholic liquor*. STEVEN JOHNS Subscribed and sworn lo before me this 10th day of May, 1948. W. M. Williams, (SEAl/i Notary Public. My Commission expires July 11, CLEANS HOUSE FROM TOP TO BOTTOM! Premier Aire-Matic "8O" sleam plant," he said. "It might be Interpreted as authorizing Ihe to MM a telephone when Flood government lo create a great power broke away. Dennis said he and IVy monopoly. ' *' " " "~ J "* """ "But lhat I* the proper program as revealed by. this request for a sleam plant." tru«*T opened fire. And one ot the buiMf killed Mrs. Beseau Instantly. , Jflood made good his seeond escape and the search for him centered near Dexter in Jefferson County yesterday. Hid in Wood* "W* lost him In the woods yesterday and gave up the search when K began to rain and the dogs could not keep the scent," Cogblll said. Between IS and K> guards went back to the area at daylight today, intending to surround the patch of woods whert Flood was thought to be. hiding. PJood ran from the woods before The United States Is the largest leather-producing country in the world. NOTICB Notice to hereby given that the undersigned will within the time fixed by law apply to the Commissioner of Revenues of the State ot Arkansas for a permit lo sell beer at retail at 813 St. 1st, Blytheville. Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he UM mencould get into position and ** a cttlzcn of Arkansas, of (food •wai shot with a high-powered rifle ' m ° ral character, that he has never •when h« refused to halt. . t bccn convicted of a felony or othr* • -Be hadn't had anything to eat " lme involving moral turpitude; for a couple of days," Cogbiil said, lhat "° Heense to sell beer by the ."and had to come out." ' undersigned has been revoked wlth- The area, North of Pine Bluff, is '" five _ycar«_lMt jMUl; and that densely wooded. ' Parol« Director W- B. Ball snld Jlood wu convicted In Ouachlta 'County in 194* on a burglary and ,'frand larceny charge. Paroled In 1MT, be was serving time on an additional grand larceny •when ht escaped. sentence Court Reaffirms Racial Covenants Ban ; WASKINGTTN, May 11. (UP) — fThe Supreme Court ruled yesterday that racial covenants .cannot keep '• Ifogro, a Chinese and a Korean from living In homes they own in Coluwnx, O., and Los Angeles. "By a a to 0 vole, the court, reaffirmed !*• week-old decision that oottrts cannot enforce private real •ttate agreements which bar racial «r religious minorities from white ueWnhoocU. : v./.,'. '. Tod^hT'c >ruling Taj. announced, L'opinion, 4n t^ro orders 1s- the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other state, relating to the sale of alcoholic liquors. MARY BURBELL Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10 day of May, 1948. Elizabeth aMson, (SEAL1 Notary Public. My Commission expires 4-28-50. by th« ''court. A& last week, Jurticm Stanley T. Reed, Robert H NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned will within the time fixed by law apply to the Commissioner ot Revenues of the State of Arkansas for a permit io sell beer at retail at South 61, Blytheville, M'^slsslppl county. The undersigned stales that he Is n citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime Involving moral turpitude; that no license lo sell^beer by the under- .slgned has been revoked within five 'years'laii past; arid tha 1 the'.un- dersigne'4 has never been convicted . of violating the laws of this state. Jackicm and Wiley B. Rutledgc took or anv olj hcr state, relating to the no part In the cases. sale of alcoholic liquors. The Columbus case involved a j Abe and Lonnle's Cafe Negro preacher, Lloyd C. Dickerson who liad been barred from the oburek manse by » 1W« racial covenant. 'TSw Los Angeles cases were brovght by Tom D. Amer, a Chi- a*ut, and Tia Kim, a Korean. They were threatened with eviction from thftir homes they bought and moved into eren though the property was oover«d by covenants limiting occupancy to Caucasians. K. A. MANNING Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10 day of Mav, 1948. 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