The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 9, 1948 · Page 10
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PAGI TEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW! MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 194!* I I Klon Meets in Georgia Coal Mine Blast Kills Eight Men Arkansas Tragedy Brings W««k«nd Death Toll to Twenty By United Pr«« Th« Tlolent death toll continued to mount in Arkansas today with •igM deaths in a West Arkansas oo«l mine blast bringing to 30 the numVr over the week-end. The total does not Include fiv« armed forces members who died when their plane hit * mountain top AMr Jasper Friday night. Th» miners died in an explosion which shook the Sunshine Coal Mine » miles South of Port Smith - re£t«rday afternoon. four persons died in traffic ac- eidintc. At TesarVana, a mother and her 11-year-old son died when the cnr in which they were riding collided with an automobile transport truck. The dead were identified us Mrs. T. TJ. Archer of Tcxarkana and her •on, Thomas Charles, The husband and two other children were liijui- j Ga i hel . cd arol md At Jonesboro, Lnrkiu E. Smith 33-5'car-old truck driver trom | time the Klnn hiul demonstrated In this southeastern Georgia community since the lOUO's. <NEA Tele-photo) •s suffered . ^^_____ fiery cross on the Courthouse grounds at Swaln.sbcjro, Georgia, members of the Ku Klnx Klan front several southern states held initiation ceremonies. Mayor Smith said this was the firs Posse Searches For Slayer of High School Girl Wynne, died of itijurie: when his vehicle WELS struck by n Missouri Pacific freight train at Brookland late Saturday. Glenn Atkinson died of injuries suffered when his bicycle WBJS struck by a car driven by Oliver J. Jono.s Duma6 Negro preacher. At El Dorado, officers nrc holding 65-year-old Lonnlc Eudy following the slabbing-dentli of his brother- in-law, 75-year-old T. A. Tanner, In Little RocX, Willie Richardson, Negro, & being held following the death of LemmSe \VAtkins, 42-year- old Negro iti Richardson's cufe Saturday night. Walkins died of a pistol wound. ' Three Negroes were killed in two separate fights at Pine Bluff. James Quiney, 31, and Frank Quiney. 25, both of Rcydcl in Jefferson County, were shot to death in R Pine Bluff cafe. Mosc McDonald. 30. was stabbed to death In another cafe. Other violent deaths included Edgar R. Burris, 48-year-old Mc- Qehee man who was killed while: working in the Missouri Pacific yards at McGehee Saturday; and James Gordon Lewis, 50, of Lynn, who died in a Batr.svillc hospital of a self-inflicted bullet wound. Meanwhile, Air Corps officers have completed their gruesome tusk otf removing five charred bodies from the wreckage of an ArmyB-25 bomber which crashed into Round Top mountain near Jasper Friday night. Truman to Stand Pat on Civil Rights i Policy Which Angers Southerners BKAUMONT. OAL., Feb. 9 (UP) Enraged citizens tanned out over 150-mile area in Southern California today searching for the midnight robber who murdered * 17- year-old high school girl -with » aingl* shotgun blast. Marjorie Winn, homecoming queen candidate at Redlands, Cal., High School, was killed «arly yesterday while she sat with her boy friend In their parked automobile. Her companion, James Sloan, Jr. 21. a freshman at the University of Southern California, told polio* the killer opened th« front door ot the car, demanded money and flrec when Sloan tried to drive away. Sheriff's deputies blocked all roads between San Bernardino and th Arizona border while & 200-man posse scoured Cherry Valley an< the surrounding area. Handier Adolph frills, who lives near the scene of the killing, said a man about 30 years old, thln-facei and In need of a shave, had prowleu around his home earlier the same night. Three other residents alsc reported prowlers. Deputies belicvc( all the reports Involved the mur derer. Sheriff's Capt. c. F. McCrackei said H car stolen in Riverside, Cal comedian Joe E Drown v ™ s '""""I abandoned in front o KOI; was iirn.'ite-d in a lioU-1 on a the KIUs home wltn « -*10 gung bench v,iina.,t issued by u federal shotgun missing. jtidi;e in Minneapolis, Minn. The CIO Rubber Work*! Atk etter Living StandardI CLEVELAND, Feb. t (UP)—The United Rubber Workers (CIO) today informed the rubber industry t would seek a 30-cenl« hourly wage Increase for it* 200,000 members. Following the lead set by other unions, part of the 30-cent« is to be set aside for welfare and sick fund, Union President L. 8. Buckmaster said. He MM th« Increase WM 'simply an effort to restore Jiving standards which hav« been steadily declining under the impact ot rising living costs." frunfcen Dr/vw Fined Notion Wigington wa« fined $18 ml costs In Municipal Court this norning when lie pleaded guilty to a charge of driving while under tin nfluenc* of liquor. Police said he was arrested alter a collision with truck owned by Jno. 0. McHaney Ark-Mo Power Company Directors Confer Here The Board of Directors of the Arkansas -Missouri Powev Co. have authorized construction orders totaling ncTrly $200,000 in addition to expenditures previously authorized in the utility's 1948 expansion and WASHINGTON, Feb. 9 (UP)— i The Whllfl House said imlay there' will he no retreat on President Truman's civil rights program to pinealG revolting Soulhern Demo- crnl.s. Press Secretary Charles O. Ross denied "absolutely" a prediction by one of Mr. Truman's principal congressional advisers that the Administration would back down H little. The congressional source suggested that Mr. Truman might make a new Vatement on civil rights which vould drop out his request for legis- ation to prohibit racial dlscrInit- iation on railroads and other form. 1 ; of interstate transportation. Hi.s proposals for nnti-lynching, anti-poll tax and fair employment, emulation would remain. White House conferences with protesting Southerners have been forecast as a likely development of ,hc uproar which developed around last week's civil rights me.ssniie. Sees Cliancc for Trouble Other usually well informed persons held that Mr. Truman would be in serious election year trouble if any part of his racial, poll tax or anti-lynchEng legislation were enacted. His chance of avoiding Southern rebellion agnin&t his re-election may ultimately depend on the Senate's ability to filibuster the program until It is quite dead. Mr. Truman should rest fairly easy on that because the Senate probably will filibuster the bills to extinction. If so, the South might be expected to content with resolutions and a party-jarring protest at the Democratic National Convention, still -hort of a bolt i Many Southerners wmit back the •ervice improvement program. H two-thirds rule by which they u.su- •*-«« announced today by James Hill n |iy were able to Impose minority Democratic: National which meets next July In Philadelphia. The real convention showdown, however, will be on the party platform. Civil rights make good political medicine In the North where racial groups, notably Jews and Negroes, cast hundreds of thousands of voles. The administration will desire to capitalize on Mr. Truman's civil rights message with an np- proprialivc platform plank, especially since there are some indications of a Negro trend back toward the Republican Party. issued the warrant when Roe Convention j laik?<l to appear there for trial on a diarfc of violating ttic -Motor Vehicle Tlieft Act. Commie Riots in Korea Kill 17 in Three Days SEOUL. Korea. Feb. Q. (UPI— Seventeen persons have been killed in three days of Communist demonstrations against the united UN Palestine Commission 300 to K10 IDS., $1S.25-»21.15; 160 to 170 Ibs., $a>.50-S22; 130 to 150 Ibs $n-$21 100 to 120 Ibs., $11-»16; sows, 450-ll).s down, $17.50-$18; over 450 Ib.s., S10.75-S17.25. Slugs, S15-J17. C.mle li.OBO salable 6,500; calves, 1.200. all salable; steer supply lib- era! with around 60 loads ottered, the.se mainly medium to good with n relatively liberal proportion of low good included. Cows more lib- era than past few Mondays. Trade Nations Commission on Korea, in-' very slow on steers, with bids im- cludlnr; attacks on police posts and 1 evenly lower. Heifers and mixad yearlings, siojv with a few deals on medium to good, weak to 25c or more lower at $19-$25; cows draggy; some early deals about 60: lower than Friday but relatively little done. transportation lines. U. S. Army authorities announced today. Lt. Gen. John H. Hodge, American commander in South Korea, , met the situation by moving the Rushes Emergency Report I curfew hour up from midnight to r 11 pm. and arming all military vehicles. High Army alllhorities said at fl a.m. today there had been no now incidents in the past 24 hours. LAKE SUCCESS, X. Y.. Feb. 9. (UP)—The United Nations Palestine Commission rushed [mnl work today on an emergency report which, in it* present form, calls the situai:o.n !n Palestine extrcmc- ly grave and demands from the UN Security Council Hie "means" for enforcing Ho!y Ly.md partition. Officials working on the report said it marie clear that. Ijy "means" the commission refers cle:uly to a UN army to back uji the partition program. There was last-minute pressure from some o! the commission's five-members to scrap the roundabout language and hand to the council a flal request tot an i international lorce. Tiie report luuy be completed late today or tonight (or presentation in time for the Security Council's first debate of the dynamite- loaded Palestine situation tomorrow afternoon. Forgery Suspect Held Boyce Baker ot Blytheville, was ordered held to await action by Circuit Court at his preliminary hearing in Municipal Court this morning on charges ot forgery and uttering. Bond wii.s set at S500. Hukt'r \vns arrested by Deputy Sheriff Holland Aiken yesterday and is alleged to have forRed a S30 check on the account of Willie Baker. The check was rtrruvn on the Tanners Bank and Trust Company here. Livestock Jr., president. The board, which met here last week, also authorized payment of a quarterly dividend of 25 cents per share of common srock to stockholders of record at the close of business Feb. 28. Plans were discussed for financing the efectric utility's $5,500,000 plant to be constructed near St. Francis.' George D. Pollock Jr.. Ark-Mo chief engineer, led a discussion of th-j progress of preliminnry work involved in building the plant. Actual construction is expected to begin this Summer. Directors present at the meeting, in addition to Mr. Hill and Treasurer Charles R. Newcomb of Blytheville. were P. O. Gardner of Caruthersville. John s. Painter of Ironton, Mo., Gus B. Walton of Little Rock, A. L. Qriesedieck of St. Louis and Edmund S. Cummincs Jr of Wenetke. 111. rule cm presidential nominations In, majority to take the a two-thirds pri/e. i Want Old llulr Iti-slorcil Frnnkliu D. Roosevelt engineered abolition of the two-thirds rule after his first nomination In 1932. Tlic 1932 convention recommended that its successor abolish the rule. U was done In lir.ii; when all within the party was sweetness and light and the Roosovelt-Oarner team, running for a second term, carried all but Maine and Vermont. Many Southerners now evidently feel that if the rule were restored Democratic presidents or candidates for election would not be so brri.sh In proposing legislation which affront-s the South, dinners of restoring the rule are slim but the ef- teorl probably will" be, macie that t! Protection! FBI Nabs Missourian On Swindling Charge NKW ORLEANS. Feb. £i. 'UP! — I'h'j Federal Bureau of l!uv.-u^-\- ion today held Frederick Mrlvm Roe, 34. o! Brunswick. Mn_, whom T described as a "notorious sv/iml'.fr' who Impersonated the dead son of ST, LOUJS NATIONAL STOCK[ YARDS. Kb. 9. UIP)— <U3DAi — Hofi.s 18,500; salable 17.0CO. larpest since ,I:ui. 2, 194(3 when receipts ! ivat-hcd W.G.VJ liead, Market uneven, r-cmpat-ed v.itli average Friikty. 180- !b.-; up S^-S3 lower; li»l:tf'r weU-hts frt..jn W25-S3.75 lower;' M>W*. $-1 oii. Bulk ot ;nr f fi and choict": IT^O io 24^ Ib.i,. 52^-573 :iO; top. $2350; lov;tw- sincc ^!nv 20. 1947; 240 tn 'J70 lb?.. S22-323; 270 to 300 Ib.s., $21.25-522.50; of Blvthtvilta. Mo on* wu liiju but the front of Wlgington' wa* smashed, polloe said. Forty-nine dependent* of Mi can War veterans still were on U. a. pension rolls at the end. 1946. Attention, Soybean Grower Have your soybeans recleaned before planting. We hav« recently installed one of the best bean cleaners in the Sta(«. Double cleaning process, we have two cleaners In ojier«tion. No appointment needed, prompt service, no waiting. Blytheville Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main Blytheville Notice to Our Friends and Customers BLYTHEVILLE GARAGEl 216 LaClede Street North Robinson Gin Complete Auto 4697 and Tractor Repairs PHONE Frank Ashby and Eric Hall, Owners CoUon Moore, Tractor Mechanic Reading From Our Menu: Special Luncheon Choice of 3 Meats Or Fried Chicken One Vegetable Combination Salad RUSTIC INN Our Dining Room Facilities Are Available for I'rivaie 1'arlics . . . Afternoon or Evening . . . 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