The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 6, 1948 · Page 5
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TUESDAY. JANUARY 6, 1948 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Court Denounces Illegal Searches U.S. Tribunal Holds In Defendant's Favor In Rationing Gas* WASHINGTON. Jan. «. (DP) — ^By a 7 to 2 vote, the Supreme Courl yesterday reaffirmed that an illegal search by officers does not become valid just because It turns up evidence of law violation. Justice Robert H. Jackson, writ- IIIR the majority opinion in the case of a Buffalo man convicted of po.Me.wlns counterfeit gasoline ration coupons during the war. said: "In la*. It (a search) is good or bad when it starts and does not change character from Its success. '•The forefathers destined our constitution to |>lace obstacle.'! In the way of a too-permeating police surveillance, which they seemed to think was * greater danger to a free people than (he escape of some criminals from punishment." By its decision, the court Invalidated the conviction of Michael D« Re. Buffalo, who was one of two men arrested In a parked car in 1944. Di Re was found to no.sse» more than 100 forged gasoline ration coupons. The hi»h court held that since, the arreslinir officers did not expect lo find De RI in the car. the sub- seouent search of his person which yielded the evidence aeatnst him was illegal Chief .lustier Fred M. Vlnson and Justice Huso L. Black dissented. Cowboy Star Marries Leading Lady Roy Rogers.' well-known western movie star, was married recently to leading lady, Miss Dale Evans, who formerly lived in Osceola, at the Flying I., Ranch, Davis. Oklahoma, 'Hie wedding was in thn ranch home of Bill and Alice Likins. Here, Hoy kisses the bride, something lie's never done in their pictures they've made together. NBA Telephoto.) Stassen Urges Curb on UN Veto Candidate Says U.S. Should Take Lead In Bringing Reform NEW YORK, Jan. « (O!')—Harold K. Slassen, former Minnesota governor who Is .seeking the Kcimbllc&n presidential nomination, urged today Iliat Ihe United Nations set In 1950 lo rllmlnnle the security council veto, develop Its own noll/e force and bring nlomlc energy under worldwide control. The Republican Party should Inkc the lend In » positive foreign policy proRram which would lend (o such H cmivenllon. Stnssen said. He outlined his views In an nddicss at a New York YOUIIK Revmbllcnn club luncheon. Tl,e speech marked tli« opening of SUsscn's Eastern slate: campaign hcndiiunilers. Stassen said that the United d " nl controls. Schools Plan Course for Auto Drivers LITTLK HOCK, Ark.. Jun. 0 tUI'J —Stale Supervisor of School Transportation A. 1). Wcthrrlnjilon 1ms announced that 18 schools are planning to offer R regular course on driving: In Ihe neiir future. As a prelude to the widespread program. Wclheihuiton snld a one week training school for tnsirueloi-s will be held hi Little Rock during the first week of February. At that time Moruuin Key of the American Automobile Association will be Hie Instructor. The slate pro- mum Is Jointly sponsored by the Stale Department of Education, the Arkansas Automobile Club »nd the Statu Highway Patrol, The course will cmislsl of three lo live hours of classroom work weekly and ten hours uf pruttciil training in R car equipped with The government had appealed the case to the Supreme Court, ask- ine the court to uphold the conviction on ground* that, without such searches, law enforcement would li e "more difficult and uncertain." American-Born Princess Asks U. S. Citizenship Under a Revised Name WASHINGTON. Jim. 6. (UP) — +• | An American-born princess of the j royal German House.of Hesse to- | P"'' 1 ' 58 " 5 meet Ir. front of Ihe I day asked a federal district court to i building nntl attacked the delegates i let her become a U. S. citizen again, courf I Bul sllc served notice that she still of j I wants to be called "Princess." jvndhurst. N. J.. sugar products | TllB former Elizabeth Reid Rog- wholesaler for defrauding the gov-: <=">• fl "alive of Jackson. Tenn.. fil- ernmcnt by allegedly publishing fal- j ed "" citizenship claim together so invoices under sugar rationing.] with a motion The hieh courl held that the] changed legally wholesaler. Robert Sealfron. had I cess Hesse. In other rulings today Ihe 4fe Reversed the conviction that her name he to Elizabeth Prin- j as they left. ! A free-for-all fi»lil. was in pro- i eress as police arrived. Severn! tear gas bombs were thrown to disperse (he crowd. Several persons were arrested. Recompensed States, through Us leadership for 11)50 convention, would rmphasb.* to Ihe world that its ultimate objective are peace, progress and freedom of mankind. In the meantime, however, Stassen said Ihe United Slates should lake steps to demonstrate "the contlnuc-d success of our free economy, wltn il.s modern peoples' capitalism, 11.1 hich production, and Its excellent distribution." Such a demonstration, Stnssen said, could be achieved by curbs on excessive • credit to halt Inflation, supervision of exports, limiting of Inventories to prevent hoarding, civilian governmental economy atid action to correct the housing shortage as well as "shortcomings" in health and education. Stassen sold the nation's economic pratlces "must be consistent with our foreign policy," and .suggested that "we should promptly stop ship, ping to Russia heavy machinery, machine tools, electrical devices and other apparatus and equipment which could become part of a Communist war machine." \ Schools which hcve already signi'd up for the course Include: Cabot, Ward, Carlisle, OsceolR Danville, Star City, Searcy, Cornell. Hughes, Hot Springs, I'laluvlew- Knwer, Smnckovw, Wnldron, Arka- delphla, Havana. Dos Arc, Marked Tree and llebce. Woman and Grandson Die In Accident on Highway I,rm,K HOCK, Ark., Jan. 6 (UIM —Stale MuninuT llu.wll u. Smith of (he Maccabees Insurance Company today diced » charge of negligent homli-ldo following Ihe doallis of two persons In » collision wlllt his car North of Jacksonville. Slatr- I'olli'o said Ihe W-yeiu'-old Llllle Dock Insurance executive would be arrested on the clmrge ufl • ir being released by K Lit He Hock hospital. Meanwhile, funrml arrangements were being made nt Midi; Hock for Mrs. Hen II. llalloy of Little flock and her grandson, Mlkie Underwood aged S. both of whom died in hospitals following Ihe accident yesler- dny. Mrs. llulley's husband, nnd Smith al.so were Injured In the collision. 1'ollci' snld Smith lost control u( his cur. when It .slipped off Ihe pavement on Highway li'l nuunl n mtlc North of Jacksonville, and careened headlong into the lliilley cm. Little Kock Enthusiasts Plan Festival of Roses; Wouli( Name King', Queen LITTLE ROCK, Ark,, Jim. « (UP) -•-The crunimlHii lo promote Little Hock ns the "City of Hoses" may bin-Mom forth Into a rose festival this S|)]|UK. If Ihe city iiccepls n proposal put forth by Us bcnutlflca- tloii Joairn yesterday. H wus suKResied that program of competitive rose growing would cul- nlimln in n imxcniil lit May, In vlilclt n klnu and queen of r^ses been placed in double leopardy. I Under tiie constitution an Amer- since he previously hart been ac- j ican citizen may not liold a foreign quitted at a consoiracy trial based j title. The prohibition docs not ap- on the same charges. i ply, however, when the the title i% Denied the government a hearing! actually a part of the individual's on its claim that a California- proper name. Hawaii sugar cooperative should The 54-year old princess lost her not he allowed a processing lax American citizenship in 1915, when refund under the 1933 agricultural adjustment act. Declined to hear an appeal by owners of a Birmingham, Ala., cafe who unsuccessfully' sought damaees against a union of employes for Blonds, because their scalp and hair textures are finer, lose their hair more rapidly than either bru- nels or redheads, although they have double r>r Ircble the amount or hairs possessed by either of the makers LIQUID DYANSHINt a 1346 strike. Hitch-Hiker Wounds Hollywood Film Actor HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 6. <UP> — Film Actor Robert W. Bohannor. 24 Tas shot in the neck and critically wpimded. 1 yesterday by a hitch r hiker who becanVe enraged when Bohannon gave him only SI.35 in a holdup. At Valley Receiving Hospital. Bohannon said he was driving the dark, with a youthful hitch-hiker through the San Fernando Valley when the passenger produced a gun and demanded money. Angered when Bohannon said he had none, he shot through the floor of tlu car and a little later fired a bullet through the actor's neck when a second request, produced only $1.35. The bandit Med on foot. Truman Gets Invitation To Visit in Ecuador WASHINGTON. Jan. S. (UP) — President Truman wants to visit Ecuador some time. Antonio Parra Velasco, Ecuador foreign minister, met the chief executive yesterday and said Mr. Tru- she married Christian Brabant, Prince of Hesse. She has been a Germsn citr/.en since then. She returned to the United States la-s: year on a Swiss visa. The prince is slill ailve. They have four children. It was indicated that if the court grants her request she intends to return to her husband at his medivcal castle at L-uisen!und on the Rhine. The Hesse family figured prominently in the news last year when 11,000,000 worth of its crown jewels were stolen from R secret cache in the cellar of the Hcs.se castle in Germany, An artny lieutenant colonel and his wife, a former Wac officer, were prosecuted lor the ., theft. j Tear Gas Bombs Used j To Quell Street Battle TRENTO. Italy, Jan. 6. fUP) — Police used tear gas bombs yesterday to break up a street battle be] tween Communists and members of tiie Rightist National Social Movement. Several persons were injured in front of a meeting hall where the National Socialists had scheduled a conference. Police ordered the meeting cancelled for reasons of public security, but. Communists and man expressed ttie desire to visit Quito. The President spoke of such a visit, however, only in general terms. NEW! POWERFUL! ALMOST 60% SMALLER! 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IS2S-27 Exchange Mid*., Memphis, Trnn. lEDEL'S PRICE SALE Siarfs Wednesday, Jan. 7th All Ladies and Girls Fall and Winter DRESSES HALF PRICE COATS HALF PRICE PACK riVTt ' would be selected from nmonc'itu- UenU In Little Rock's public Kbooli Plan River /mprov«m«nt> PINK BLUFF, Ark, Jan. « (UP) — A committee of Pine Bluff businessmen was scheduled to meet <x>. tiny to work out financial me«n« of cooperating with the Jettenon' County Division of the Ark»n*»» River Basin Association. The committee is composed at Hill-old Scnbrook, Lawlon Orevn, Hurl Glover and Henry Trotter. DAVID B. ANDERSON MASON CONTRACTOR Brick Work of Quality linilcr Work und licnioileling a Specially llO'/a E. Davis St. Phone 4641 SUITS SWEATERS ROBES BLOUSES HALF PRICE HALF PRICE HALF PRICE HALF PRICE JIEDEL'S Home of National? Advertised Brands Savings at work here are loaned to home owners and are backed by one of the soundest types of security known...first mortgages on selected residehtial property. 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