The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 18, 1947 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 18, 1947
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SIX BLYTHflVLMJf! (ARKJ COURIER NEWS Howard Hughes Hurls New Blast - float Manufacturer ;-3&jry* Report of 'Deal' -ISiienced by Radio HOLI.YWQOD, Aug is, <up> — Ha»»rd Hughes charged today that a witness at-a Senate subcommittee hearing last week, wiis silenced to.prevent him froni,revealing An •sseited deal of Pan-American Air- Ways for overseas Airports built on u. & funds. Hughes' new charges came as Sen Harry Cain. R., Wash., a member of the committee, was lo be -shown Hughes' $18.000,000 plywood flying boat. At the same time, Johnny Meyer, Hughes' press agent, leturnccl home after dodging iubpcna-servers '» Washington. Hughes claimed the microphone was silenced :last Monday to prevent Hugh Fulton, former chief counsel of ; lhe Senate investigating committee,,from telling of the alleged Pan American airport deal , which tlie committee previously 'had st.ifted investigating. The hearing, at which Hughes clashed tumultously with Sen, Owen Brewstcr, R., Me., W ns recessed abruptly until Nov. 17 because the committee .wanted to recall Meyer to Uie stand and couldn't lint! him, Uie.commHtcc stated. Meyer said he wasn't hiding from anyoiie, he was in NCK- York, nnd that he'd return any time they wanted him to testify, "but f don't luibw what else they could want." ^ Cain, at Ihe Washington hearing. ,'sald he wanted to find out about i Meyer's - six alleged draft deferments. However. Cain last nisht said he did not necessarily wint to see Meyer here. He added that the Justice Department has been askcrt to , tallt to Meyer about his <trafi-status. Cain denied Hughes' charges that Fulton was silenced and the rhear- ing "called off" to prevent him from reading records proving that Pan-American got overseas airjwi'l-s on; government funds. Welcome Help MONDAY, AUGUST 13, 30.17 Chicago Calls Extra Police After Racial Disturbance CHICAGO, Atlff, J8. (UP) —More than 1,000 i.-n'Mccman patrolled a housing pioject j:i South Chicago today to pi event recurrence of n demon.stration between Negroes and white persons. , ' Police arrested "ipo pei'sons for disorderly conduct as a result of a dlstiirbance last night: Police estimated that more tAw.i 500. persons were involved in demonstrations! Stones were thrown and -fist fights broke out! in ail. police said several thousand, per- Nehru in India Offers Plan for Industrialization NEW DELHf. AUK. 18. (UP) -Prime Minister Jawahcirlal Nehru told the people of India by radio today that i,t\e new government would embark on a program lo place the welfare of "our long .suffering musses" above entrenched Interests. Nehru said th e government planned to develop large scale indus- liiiitizatlon and improve the antl- (iu:ttcd lanci tenure system. He called for a bu'.onced economy In H'lilch the tuition's wealth would l>e sh i:-cd by ill! Indians. ' Urging civil and military groups to banish the old distinctions, Neli- ni declared: Today we nrf all free sons and dniightcis of Jt.dta," Nehru hoisted the new national flag above thr lamous red fort | built by the mojiul Emperor Sliah- jfilinn. j It was learned today that, dur- I ing the drive back lo government | house during (lie ceremonies establishing India D S an Independent ! dominion yesterday, Viscount Mounlbntton picked uj) and put in i state conch two women who fainted In the crush. Nehru picked up a fallen i:!:il<i and placed him mi a horse <lr?wing Mounlballeirs When Henr helping ha his left ar Ing a JJR\V Onstead, a y H. Hinton. Ennls,Tex., disabled veteran ol World War U. started to build a. home. DC found -. nd from Ihe Emits American Lesion. Htnton^ lost his left leg and. received serious wounds lo in while .sorviii B In the Nnvy. bul despite Ills handicap lie and his wile started to work iniiui- Uoine. Left (o right arc: Hobcrl Floyd, post commander; Bill Hiiffstctlcr; Mrs. Hlulon- w F nd Henry HiiHon. (NBA Telcuhoto.) ' S.E. Missouri Jaycec Council Plans Meeting CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., Aug. 18 —W. W. Ghism ot Hayti, chairman of the Southeast Missouri Boolhecl Jay:ce Council, comprising about 15 clubs in Southeast Missouri, jin- nouiicect Satimla that the Quarterly meeting of Hit council would be held In Ifa.vU. Scfit. 28th. The general committee to handle arrangements for the council meeting Include Lee Roy Bain, Missouri Stale Jnycec vice-president; Council Chairman Chlsm, ami Luther Inman, 7)residenl of the Hayti Jay- sons were gathered in the vicinity. The white persons were protesting against eight Negro families bc- movcd into the housing project Pcmiscoi County Names "irst Woman to Hold Job of Deputy Sheriff OARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., Aug. 18. -'During the past term of Circuit Sourt, Pemiscot County had its first vomcn Jurors in history, and this Present plans call for H picnic at Northsidc Park nt Hayti (or Jay- eee.5. their wives 'and families, 'ouuell Clialrmiui Chlsm stated. week, (lie appointment of Mrs. Allenc ClaxUm, wife of Chief Deputy Sheriff Jiikc Claxton, as a deputy sheriff, (javc the county Its first woman deputy, his move was deemed advisable by the Sheriffs office so lliat n uainau officer coukl foe on hand to he in charge of women jurors during llielr period 01 net vi:-c. (Mrs. ClaxUxv is also hi charge ot prisoners at the jail, wlicre the family lives, during the absence ol Deputy Cluxton. Suggs Favored to Pace National Women's Meet CHICAGO, Aug. 18. (UP) — A short and ellm golicr from Ulhia fcpnnjw, Ga., so tiny she usually has to look up to her caddie for advice, Mood oul today as the girl to beat in Ihe annual National Women's Amaleur Tourney at Detroit next month. The threat, and she will probably be an even bee lo win the lillc before the tourney begins, Is j/ouise Suggs, a soft spoken Georgian who never plays her best until she has to. Miss Suggs proved her mettle last week in winning the annual Women's Western Amateur Title for the second consecutive time at the Evanston Golf Club. It was her fourth straight triumph in a Western meet, she also won the Women's Western Open in 1046 and 1047. H'reby warned to. appear In this 3ourt within tjihty'days ;in.l answer the complaint of Ihe plamlilf, Mildred frank Trail, and upon his allure so to do, said comulalul will be taken as confessed. Witness my liana as t:era i>! the Chancery Court for the Cmck- ,isa'*-ba District of MruuVppl County, Arkansas, and Hie seal of said court, this Ellv da yol Aim- Livestock ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCK. YARDS. Aug. 18. (UP> <USDA> — I<jt:k: Hots 7,100; suliible 7,500; market, generally steady to aSc higher; toi> S27.75; 170-230 Ite. $27.50-27.75; .Mfl-270 Ibs. $26.76-27.50; heavier Kind scarce; 200 head urouiul 400 Ills- $23.25; 1UO-170 Ibs. $23.50-27; 130-150 los. sil.iG; 100-120 Vjs. $21^3: sows $18-23/25; lew light sow $23.50; stags $12-10.50; boars xll- 13.50. Cattle 8,700; sahible 6.500: calves 2,000 all salable; atom 80 loads steers offered; Incutling 32 ears of southwest grassers; cows about. 35 per cent of total supply, top good and choice steers 111 relatively mo. ctontc supply and meeting active inquiry; some sales fully steady U'ltli high time last week at $2931.50: few $32; some held higher; some low and average good slccrs $2Q-VJ1.50; hcifcr.s and firm at ?1012.50; lew good covis $17-18. IN THE CHANCERY flllCKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Mildred Frank Trail, vs. riuiiitiff Roj A. Trial, Defendant WARNING ORDKK The defendant, Uoy A. Trull, is ust, 1047. JJAUVEy MOIIHIS, CierJi Hcid and Roy, Attys. for 1'iff. Oscar Fcndler, Mty. atl Jjitetn No finer way to /tcejj the iiif!i(ciicfl of a good name'. RAINBOW GRANITES \Ve know of no finer granites or monument styling and finishing. Compute values. Jno. C. McHaney & Sons "Your Monument Man" lilythcville. Ark. 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