The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 9, 1948 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 9, 1948
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TUESDAY, MARCH t, 1948 BLJTMEV1LLB OOtTRTER «EWi PAGB Irunken Driving )angersOutlined Moit Dangeroui Road Is th« On* Lit Up by Liquor, General Says BIRMINGHAM, Ala., March 9 UP)_By far Ihe most dangerou «d that any driver can travel I le one lit up by Houor. MaJ. Gen •hllllp B. Flemhli; loM the ninlVi nnual Southern Safety Confcrenc erf. today. •f/affic officials and medical horlUes agree that alcohol an asollne just don't mix. the admli Urator of the Federal Works Agen y said. General Fleming Is al :eneral chairman of the Presiden highway Safety Conference and t] 'resident's Conference on Fire Pie 'ention. "The American Automobile Asso- •ialion has figures which prove that .his combination can multiply ae- :ldent rates X times." he declared. "Yet Ihe' A. A. A. recently re- xirled that 22 states permit filling iialions lo sell hard liquor, beer ind wine. An additional seven states illow motorists to buy beer and wine \long with gas and oil." Among the M Southern slates represented at this conference, he said, only five definitely prohibil Ihls practice by law—North and South Carolina, Tennessee. West Virginia and Mississippi. He said Greek Victory Over Guerrillas Predicted for '48 •fig/? Tribunal Reverses State Court's Ruling WASHINGTON. Mar. »• (UP) — The .Supreme Court ruled unan- mously yesterday that the conitl utioual rights of two Negro Ar- onsas strikers weve violated wher he State Supreme Court upheld their conviction! for a cilnie for which they had noi been tried. The men were Roy Cot* and I/mts Jones, two of in jtrlkeri it ihe Southern Cotton oil Co., North Little Roclt. Ark. In 19*5. A non-striker was knifed and killed as he attempted t« leave ihe plant on Dec. 26. 194ft. Jones and cole were arrested and accused, under Arkansas' "anti-violence." law, of prompting an assembly at the scene of a slrlke. They were convk-led and sentenced to a year each In jail. The Slate supreme court upheld their convictions, but not for prompting an assembly at Ihe »cene of » 5>rlie. It said they had violated another section of the Arkansas law which prohibits force or violence at the scene, of a strike. Order* Cam Rrcoiisidertd The high court directed (he Arkansas Supreme Court to reconsider Ihe cases of Ihe two men under the section ol Ihe law (hey wpre accused ol violating. .Justice Hugh Black wrote the court's opinion. "H is »« much a violation of due pc<ic«ss (o send all accused to prison following conviction of ATHENS. March I. >UP) — MaJ. O«n. James V. Van Fleet. American military mission chief, predicted today after a five-day lour of Northern Greece thai the Greek army will score n "aweeplng victory" over Its guerrilla enemies. Van Fleet Mid he believed Communist-led guerrillas would V routed by the end of 1B«. Accompanied by • British and Greek commander*, he vlslt«d Hve Oreek divisions in Northern and Easlern Greece, including fronl- line battalions, and was "tremendously Impressed with the quality o! Greek soldiers." he said in a statement to the prew. The Greek army, trained by ll"? British and equipped by the American Aid Mission, la scheduled to open a large-scale offensive this Spring. Two Kil/wf, Six fnjur««f In Jhrn-Way Accident ROGER*. Ark., liarch t, (UP) — A .wcond victim of an automobile accident which Injured its oth^r persona tiled ye»t«rday In * Ben- lonvllle hospital. '-rs. Margate! Julian, about SO. of Sitringdalr, Ark., whose 12-yrar- old son. Bobby, wns killed In lh« Ihife-car »m»shi:p early Sunday, died m I a.m. Monday of her In- jurlM. A 30-year-old rlrl, »*!•» Fav Travman, K!M> o( Sprtngdale, waa in » cutiral condlllon. Honpllal attend am* said her recovery wa* doubtful. The nlher (our per«on« Injured in the triple collision were report eri to be In *n Improved condition. Every livini person has had 16.- 177.2U ancestors, according to figures of a prominent clergyman. Two Navy Pilot* Ki/f«d As Training Plan* Falff I'KNSACOLA. P1«., M«rch ». (UP) —The Navy announced here today thai two officer! died In the eraJsti ol their SNJ (rulnlni plane near Foley, Al». yesterday. They vert Identified « Ens. Julian D Tarasuk, of W«rrington, F!a. mid Medina. N. Y., »nd Em Grocer follow* Wife/ Kill* Lever She Met AUGUSTINE. n«., March «. UP) — Rufus Qlover, 50-year-old grocer, became KUspU'tous when his wife uld «he wu going to a double lealure And told hj:n, "Hubby, don't wall up for me." He hid himself In (he trunk Of her car and took a shotgun a Just Ln [wlice .said. HU wife. Mabel, drove to a lotieU trysllng spot where she mel James Pennen, 3», a Slate Road Depart ment employe. When Olover heard Pesden *r rh'e. iwlire snid, he leaped Irom the lumv and bvandlshert the t\n\. A Peaden ran buck lo hl« car. Cilove fired a blast that wounded Trade latally. officers *aid. When questioned about tlie «hoot Ing later, Otover lold police h didn't remember what happened FlrM degree murder charges wei lilrcl against the grocer. Trump It 'or Canvt/ttfon D*/eo«te MEMPHIS, Tenn., March ». (UP) -Tennessee Politic*! Leader B. H. mmu today WM a candidate for eleial* to th« National Demo- tatlc Convention, pledged neror !« ote for rresldenl Truman "under circuin.ilaiKM alt tht way lirongh." Crump announced hit candidacy •esterrtay, Buying he would advo- ate a "real Southern Democrat" or (he presidency. Hit oppoilllon to Mr, Truman grew out of Ihe. president's cU'tl lghl,i proi»«al. Crump said Mr, fnmian "evidently had been prac- rlnj on the development of .<n owlish, coffin-plate grin a» a result of his effort to lynch-rmirder the Smith." Read Courier New« Want Ada V. W. Barry ot New Haven, Coiin. They were on a training Illgl when the plane crashed from in known ««««, Hie Navy said. The Medical Register of England I The battleship Main* waa blown contain! the names oJ more than up In Havana harbor, Cuba, In MOO women doctors. 11898. First .National Insurance Agency FOll COMPLETE PROTECTION Phono 2311 108 North 2nd St. BILL WILSON CIIAHLRS BITTNER the i\«weat, development* is an anil-skirt device for automobiles thnl consist" of a series ol rubber block« hinged together by a contlnuoua flexible metal assembly to hold them In plaoe on the tread ol the tire. Cliiilo 514 Miiln, Klyllirvlllr. Ark., Hume When they ar« treen, or Immature, blueberries are red. everal others frown on tt as a matter of policy and two states permit only beer and wine to be sold. Called Individual Problem "I ful\y recognize that drunken driving or driving while under the influence of liquor Is primarily an Individvial problem," he explained. 1 "But surely there Is no reason why our states should encourage overindulgence by allowing liquor sales nt the gas pump." However, he pointed out that "we have seen the rising curve of traffic accidents turn downwards" and that better and closer cooperation exists between state and local groups who are interested In lhway safety. But. lie said, there P-still plenty roor for improvement. On fire prevention. General Flem- Inp urged public officals to make the people aware that more than one-half of Ihe average 830,000 fires annually can be charged to huniar carele.ssness or negligence. He cautioned the millions of GI's who brought back war souvenir^ that some of their trophies are po tential killers. ,"\Ve know, for instance, that many German phosphorus shells wer picked up. Eventually this explo *ive chemical will eat through th shell casing and when that hap pens death or disaster may follow. charge on which he was never Irtert as it would lie lo convict him upon a charge that was never made," he said "The petitioners have been de> nled safeguards guntintted by due process of law—safeguards essen- al to liberty In a government dlcat«d to Justice under law." The high court refused to pass the constitutionality of the Ar- insas 'anti-violence" law at this me. ousewives will know what they're living. •mat hrousht from Rep L,. MLV- el Rivers, D.. S. C., who was 'Mtlni to testily, a remark that eo Is better than butter, anyhow, nn federal taxes on oleo are Just "ransom" housewives must pay he dairy interests. Rep. Stephen Pace., D., Ga.. said axing oleo was about the. same as f his cotton growers »sk.ed for a on rayon because it competes with cotton. Repeal of Tax On Oleo Askec By Treasury ^ WASHINGTON, Mar. 9. (TJP1- TRie Treasury yesterday urged Con gress to give the little fellow "break" by repenlinR the feder tax on oleomargarine. The administration's views on oleo tax repeal were outlined before the House Agriculture Committee by Undersecretary of Treasury A. Ii. Wiggins. Oleo taxes are a stormy issue between dairy state and city Congress men. The committee is con* sidering some bills cither to reduce the tax or repeal it outright. Wiggins said that while revc 1 OS from oleo taxes are relatively insignificant, they work, * very definite hardship on low income groups. During Wiggins' testimony, several arguments got started. At one point. Rep. August H. Andreaen, R., Minn., suggested that maybe oleo manufacturers should be required to color their product green so FARM (m LOANS Kami Office, Nowivrk, N. J. !•«*• TMM FROMfT CLOftlNO LOW KAT* CALL. 1VIUTK OK SKK RAY WORTHINGTON IIS S. Third SI., niythcvlllc, Ark. 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