The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 4, 1948 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 4, 1948
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«&."' PA01 TWO BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ManHeldCapfive On Ship 12 Days Frozen Foods Firm Vic* President Held By Ousted President TAMPA, n»., Feb. 4 (UP)—An executive of ft frozen firm was back home today after spending 13 unwilling days at sea aboard a motor- •hlp, and hta company charged he had been ihinchaied by the former incident of the firm, disgruntled because he had been ousted from control. Elmer fYeuhauf, vice-president of Sea Horse Frozen Foods, Inc., of St. Petersburg, Fla., was put ashore te a email boat near Bradenton, Fla., Monday night. He arrived home jre*ter<Ujr. Last night federal officers recovered the 75-foot motorshlp Sea Horse, apparently abandoned and hidden In the marshes of lower Plnellat County. One crewman was aboard, but federal authorities searched for the captain, Marvin Jack Miller, find six other crewmen who were missing. The company charged that Millei, a former president of the firm, had absconded with the vessel while Freuhnuf was aboard. Prcuhnuf wus reportedly held prisoner for 12 days. The company told this story: Preuhauf and Ben Brown, secretary of the firm ,went aboard the When It's Roundup Time in Winter Roundup time lakes on H new near Pueblo, Col. Eighty-two Herford steers valued at »10,000, broke through the ice, quickly drowned froze. Workmen retrieved »ome of the frozen carcasses, right background. The cattle ti »ald to for dressing and eating because exteriors froze, forcing body heat Inward and causing Instant and to be unfit spoilage Solid South Jeopardized By President Miller became angry and ordered the crew to cast off while the officials were still aboard. Brown leaped MOBILE Committee today declared president Truman's civil rights gram Imd cost him "much prc and much of the esteem that —-_ -.-.__.-.. —.—... -— „..,,.... ttml Nlucn OI tne esteem lormcrlv ajhon but Frauhauf stay-d on the held for the president by the sou- »hlp. Wife Charter! Plane When the inctdei radio calls refilled to answer, the company Mid.' Freuhauf was also prevented from calling home. them peonle." rVeuhaufswKe learned of I McC °» tc y w "'ncd "some very mi- foll <™ed by a dinner at the Amcrl- dent she made repeated i >V ' SC RtU ' ice glvcn the President by ?"", Lc B |o » ""t- At 1:30 p.m. the ljto the shh,which Miller' a rnttl , cal minority within our own biiilncM meeting will be opened, to answer th» cnmnnnv I party " lor hls civil rights message '"""'(f which the Legion child wel- ro answer, me company * n rnnirrn« \i nt *^-., * : — __ Legionnaires To Hear McMath At District Meet Sidney McMnlh of Hot Springs, prosecuting attorney of the IBlh Judicial District will be the principal speaker at a Fifth District, Meeting ot (he American Legion In Jonesboro Sunday, J. M. Cleveland of Blythevllle, Fifth District Legion commander, announced today. The meeting will be opened with Legionnaires attending church services of their choice, which will be followed by a dinne: fare program and universal mill tary training will be discussed. Mr. McMath will speak at 3:00 p.m. Persons other than Legionnaires de- filrlng to hear him may hear his talk, Mr. Cleveland said. Mr. McMath gained national recognition a little more than a year ago when he led a group of former servicemen to a sweeping victory In Garland County to break up the administration of former Mayor Leo McLaughlin of Hot Springs. While In Jonesboro this weekend. Mr. McMath :vl!l address a joint group of the Young Adult mid Adull Classes of the First Methodist Church at Sunday School at 10:00 a.m. Sunday and will speak to the Methodist Men's Club of Jonesboro at a dinner meeting to he held at the First Methodist Church Mou- <iny at 7 p.m. Manslaughter Charge Follows Highway Deaths HARBISON, Ark,, Feb. 4. (UP) — Prosecuting Attorney B. E. Rush *»id charges of Involuntary manslaughter would be filed today against 21-year-old Klrby Holder of Olvcy, In connection with the death.? of two members of a Pyatl Ark., family In an au u> crash yesterday. Killed instantly in the wreck was Dwlght Sullivan, 28. His mother, CO-ycar-old Mrs. Lou Sullivan died a few hour* later. Another brother, Talmadn Sullivan, 30, was In a critical condition at a Harrison hospKal. Holders car and the one In which the Sulllvans were riding colltd- ! ed t«n miles southeast of Harrison on Highway 62. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, German's Food I Protest Strike 1 Ends Quietly I FUANKFURT, Feb. 4 (UP)—A ended q'uletiye'a^lV7o<Ja7Wei'i't| l 'n'i el(;s tc c< " TJr out an e ' t| c'«nt food ion leaders closed their strike head-' co " ecllon and distribution program. Quarters in Sttlt.lirarr *nA u« n » ~ More than 90,000,000 pin* are manufactured dally throughout th« quarters in Stuttgart and went home. i Hannover O. 8. Marshall who put out in small boat and went aboard. " .The company charged that Miller had a "ruthless dislike for corporation officials" and manned 10 "scuttle, plunder or cast away" the vessel owned by tlie company. The captain wa» also charged with mistreating the crew. O. Benton Henson, attorney for the firm, said Miller was president of the frozen foods firm when it was chartered last year. On Jan. 6, he said, the directors met on the front porch of Miller's home and voted him out of control. After that, Henson said, Miller toral votes of the solid South." "Fixing of voter qualifications is no business of congress, states hold that right under the federal constitution." "States have the right to reriuirc voters to have a knowledge of the constitution because Ignorant persons cannot bt expected to casl. an intelligent vote." he added, clt- | Ing the fact ihnt the federal government requires Immigrants to know, the constitution. "The poll tax proposition is brought up from year to year as a political football by Northern agitators. Tills proposition, too U for the slater and not a meddle»et sail In the company craft and some Congress to determine. Preuhauf and Brown went in suit, catching up with the boat at Key West. High School Boy Sought For Slaying of Father MONTGOMERY, Ala., Feb. 4 (UP) —A nationwide search was ordered today for a 17-year-old high school boy-wanted In connection with the death of his father who was murdered here last night with n sawed- off light rifle. Coroner M. D. Kirfcpatrlck said the death of Travis Callahan 41 wa» a case of "premediated murder" and ordered a hunt for Callahan's son, William Edward, who fled wltn two suitcases he had packed in advance. The Callahans are son and grandson of the late Judge W. W. Callahan, who presided over the famous Scotttboro, Ala., trials several vears ago. 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