The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 1, 1947 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, August 1, 1947
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[ w If" I 11 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, 'AUGUST i, 10-17 Will Ask •Brewster Probe Manufacturer Motives of t Senate Investigator V By PATRICIA CLARY HteMt* Press SUff Corresponded) V HOLLYWOOD, AH;. 1. (UP) — Howard Hughes, the fnbulous nlr- plane manufacturer whose war «Jwt>tracU are under Senate ii-.vcs- Uffttkm, charged today that Sen 0i*ri-p- Brewsler's relations with y»n 'I American airways warrantee fi*«atlgatlon by the Department of Justice. . v Hughes said he would demand n Justice department probe of al feiossib)e connections between Brcw- ftfer,' Republican clialrmnn of the |(f»r. Investigating .Committee, nn »n i American, .bitter rival o juchcs' Trans-World Airways. 'He', previously liad called Brew s«r. both a liar and a blackmai'ci He; charged that Juan Trlppe •resident of Pan American, orde.- the Maine senator to start th ?three-rini publicltv circus" in or jjjef' Jto "blackmail" Hughos int jnerglng TWA. with Pan Ameri tan. . {•. ("Brewster offered to call off thi entire Investigation if I would a ^ree*to the merger and support h! fcbmrnunity airline bill," Hughes charges. ^.If .he had agreed, Hughes satd. Pan*American would have walked •it «1th all the air rights and !iu- piness it wag attempting to wrest Iron TWA. ^ "Tlie threat of tills senatorial In- Tfsti£ation of r.iy aircraft project' was .used as the screw to pressure rHe* said he would make a formal demind for an Investigation of Brewster. he said, when he goes lo vtashlngtoh for Brewsler's investigation o' him. f ll^fBS« To B* "Trained Sr:il" {Hughes today faced n subpena to tee.,'33«splte tlie subpena. he said ijfe.was not "going to' be B trai-\sd l-Mal.'for the senators' publicity clr- { Tlie subpens was due here by ylr'^odny but a deputy U. S. Mur- jhal'sald he'd "put a quarter" on (•Jusjiies' chances to riodse It. ?: "It's up to him whether he wants stn-ed." the Marshal Enid. .;'"He's a mighty big man. nnd ve'vje. tried to serve that kind before.!' '' .Orider.tho subpeni.-HuBlics would ;j»e-expected'to leave, fon.. Washington by the next pliine. Hinilip: jald^e'wouldn't'lc.ive until Tuts V "I-made a firm agreement witl • Ferguson's (Sen. Homer Fcrr--usor> cp'm|Cilttce that I would njipp.T We<l6jes(lay, Aug. 6," he said adding £5en«. Brewster and PcrguGon liny ,jp-. Jjome'^very.strong powers wliich \vcr f ' -^iot fntended to l>e mi.vir.M rot- fit irotcctlon qf a three-ring pill-licit) Constable Slays Knifing Husband )ewey Ends His Western Tour New York Governor Certain to Make Bid for Presidency ALBANY, AUK--1. (UP) — Gov 'homas E. Dcnvcy returned to ill cvsk in the State Capitol from 003 mltc undeclared campalgi our of ll'.c V/csl, 'today, confidui liai he had gained n "substantial '.'ad" in the race for the Repub ican presidential nomination. 'The governor, it wns said, fee hat the month-long "non-politica lour or Mid-Westeni and Rock Mountain .slates solidified ills po. ition among national conventio Les from more than 15 state .friends are claiming 4 ballot votes, only 127 slio of nomination. Dawey's )i(*'iliral strategists be lioi'i that. Sen. 'Robert Taft Oliio, will be the governor's cli 'hree Osceola 'ouths Accused; 'wo Sentenced Mrs nisi May nourbommls, who suforcd stomacli mid wrist wounds (rain her much arrested husDa when he- attacked her in nn Oklahoma City Jnstta: courtroom, consoles Cecil Burner, who .shot mid killed llmirkonnnls to keep him from Huther honnlni! his wife. Mrs. nourbonnais assured Uic con- stul;!c thai she Is Blad he is "out of Hie way." <NEA Tcleplioto.) Let's Get Started, Uncle! Pine Bluff Judge Named To Head Commission IJTTLE ROCK. Ark., Aug. I. <UP) — Circuit Judse T. G. Pnr 1 of pine Bluff today heads the 1047-48 commir.sion on Court Reorganization of the Arkansas Bar Association, following liis election Here yesterday. Tlie- commission reached no decision, on any detail of proposed court reorganization but decided to meet again on Sept. 25 Lhnl the race for t nomination will settle down to t\vo-rnfin aff.-ur. Tliny believe th numerous favorite son Candida I will drop out, after the first t ' or Ih.ri'fr ballots. As -Dcwcy. arrived in I lie sta cii[Utol, lie .';till was publicly silen us lo his political plans, but i llimttR fiiiends arc ccrtnin that is in :i roceptlve mood. OSCBOIA, Au«. I. — Pete Toddy, , of Oseeolt, was ordered held to wait action by the Circuit Court t his preliminary hearing before uvenile Judge Roland Greene, here his week, on charges of grnnJ arceny. '...'•' t Toddy Is alleged to have pickC' he pocket of E. B. Scott. fJsce taxi driver, and stole his bill old containing *2l. He Is report d to have confessed to the, crim" nri led police to Che restroom of pool room here where he had hid den the billfold. Two others ' were sentenced b Judge Green to serve terms in tli State Industrial School for Boj in Pine Bluff. In Juvenile Cou this week.- The youths were charged wit the buglarlilng of several Homes Osceola arid Immediate vicinity, the time' of their arrest, the bo half in their possession a dlamoi and platinum wrist watch belong ing to Mrs. John Allen The wale was taken from the home of M John W. Edrington, who is M Allen's mother. 'Average height of the average I Th« temperature of a \-ictim of mcivlcan Is five feet eight inches.) cholera may rise after death. All Work Done By Factory-Trained Men Fitzpatrick Jewelry Store It takes only 3 minutes to open an account >: >: >: >: School Position Created LJ'ITLE ROCK, Ark.. , Aug. 1, (UP) — F. E. Rothchlld has been named director of health and physical education In the Little BocK rubllc Schols. The position was re-. cenlly created and was devised In order to centrall/c physical educa- tiiui work. With business active and national Income rilflh. NOW Is the time resoliittly to cut Government expenditures and so clear the way for economic progress, tho CommUtee on Public Debt policy, findi. In a study of our national dcht and the "budget.. -. Brewster has introduced a corn y airline bill in Congrt.r, KughRs clninicd would turn ^pr.-.^all commercial overseas a'ir • ^fvel - to Pan f merlcco. r'.After the bill ran into snags, Hughes charged, Pan American President Juan TrippI sponsored the investigation to pressure Hughes intoj'a, merger v . The luvp.-tigntHn iras "'delayed.-"-Huglies added, as lorurias TrippI .thpusnt there _ a 'th'aiice of "a, deal, i. SCTL Owen' Brewstcr's campnlyn for personal publicity was clrnsEm», ;'a.iofof irjriocent girls" Into the jnVestifiatlori,; H-.ithcs artrled. .-, ... i .Calls Brevsier '»A Liar" : ,' ,He'.charged v Brewster M!ed when he •s>ld dne ; ,.Trans-Werld Airline hostess rtkin't; dare fly alone .in a plane 'with ;.Hughes. He pronucec tne; hostess'' stjtement to prove it ; : lt'.Was'.the'second timo In three days,'trie- mov!= producer and air- Wane manufacturer had called the senator a liar. i, "The accusation of Senator Brew- P ':r'k absolutely untrue," Hostes: arrtet Applewlck, Madison, S. D Id in hei; statement. "There nev— *as any thought that I would re turn in Mr. Hughes' pltne with him 5- "Even If I had. I would not ha been-.alone with him because tlicr was a flight engineer in the plan T The captain of the airplane. :\ C. Bell, Sunbury. Pa., said in a'i other signed statement tha*. Husli nevet had carried a hostess in I, plane and had no thought, of tak S Miss Applewlck. Cell flew the plane on wliicli .ighe.-; ch.-.rgcd that Brewster IOOK ,400 worth of free rides. Hughe? iltl telephone nnd airline records rovcrt Brewster was n liar for sny- ig he didn't. Hughes siiid the subpcna was just nothcr part of Brewsler's " uilyhoo" to make It look like he as "hot on tile trail ol nn rscapf i£ criminal. tv He pointed out that liis iittorni.^'. figures and dales researched am available nl that time." lie said. "1 hnvc Hindi' my plans to go HCIOS. the country nl that time." Dies Under Jeep HOT SPRINGS. Ark.. Aug. (U1 J ) — Funeral services are be ing planned near here loduy fo Warren A. Scclcy. 11. whose hod was found under his overlurnci 'om Slack, ngrecd Insl week wi'.'i' Jeep on his fnrni yesterday. Th ommittcc counsel for Hughes to, elderly limn wa.s apparently nlon P|)tar Aug. 0 and 7 when Ihe vehicle left, n farm ro;v ','1 expect to'have niy facts aud nnd over-turned. 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Feet PARKING SPACE Watch For Our Big FORMAL OPENING Wed. Aug. 6 The Courier News Believes thfi pamphlet will enable you lo help your ciirch, your I*. T. A., or your club, and at the f«me time enable us to give our subscribers a better newspaper. THB BOOKLET IS YOURS FOR THK ASKING. JUST MAIL THE COUPON. Owned and Operated by the Johns Brothers Sam — Steven — George This booklet was prepared in resp6nse to requests from leaders in churches, »nd other organizations, and because of the interest of other publishers In V short course In Church News Writing sfxmsored In BlythevUlc last S'««r »y the ministers of the city. Dept. WCN Courier News Blythcville, Ark. Please mail me, without charge, a copy of your booklet "Writing Church News." Name Street or box City State

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