The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 4, 1947 · Page 3
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BLn-HEVILLE (ARK.)' OOURIER NEWS -^—^____—™^_«_—^^^__^_^__ **•*-** -inr^v iLiL,E HowCivil Rights Mochinery Con Be Strengthened Ex-Ambassador Commits Suicide John G. Wincmt Was Envoy to Britain, Held Public Offices „,„ JOSEPH LEVINE N. H.. Nov. 4. I DPI Wlimnt, 58. wartime form'; "'' to Great Hl ' lta »> »''<! g ? m '"° r ° r New Hampshire. °t I'lmseK in (he rieht ast night, nf(cr first ai- ™ "','?• SUiCide with a " "»l°«ded B«n. officials said today N»« V ' lu " t ' " c '°'i of a" aristocratic solf i t 1 , 81 "!!' 1 faniily ' killed )lil »old io, • C , b<:dl ' oom °' llis Pa'alial. nori ?"-'„"' l)om<! - A eoronci-s re- I'orl altnbutcd his act to "despondency occasioned by extreme Wlgu" and nervous tensions " hn"nX«. snid "° " PMre "" y County Solicitor Raymond K "'"''is said that Wlnant first tried to shoot himself with a German ?'h-°'^ Ut 1U " icci ll to »« ol his bedroom when it failed minorities which now, lh« report «id .uffm.M mission would report directly to the President who thatFBI woold h.v,' . " . m » chl «*'-y for protecting ' 8 * '« rmanent « m " N °" on v' "" f ' 00r a "« lhe «>'«"- m i e wea "°" '""Healed It was "?*", doft ;» "*•'»> some force," probably only minutes before W - nant shot himself with a °« Be gian automatic. Perkins returned an oflieiai V er- ^ H°i S » iCfde tlm was 'orrobo- Friends and servants believed hii «jf "on. which all had noticed in Wfcnt weeks, was due largelv to the strain of preparing his memoirs Britain amlmsatt °' <° Great Ironically, at (he moment 1ft died alone m his bedroom, an advance copy of his first volume was en route to him by mail. His publishers fi I?""™ and Co ' of Boston, said the book, "Letter from Qrosvcnor •square, would be released in a fc'.v Ends Career of Service His suicide ended a long career of public service. He was elected governor of New Hampshire three times, was chairman of the U S Social Security Board, director of the League of Nations' International Labor Office and permano.it U. »• representative on the United Nations Economic and Social Coun- His death came at the end of a long weekend ol near solitude during which he remained secluded in h:s luxurious two-story mansion o'\ Pleasant Street and received no visitors. His wife was in New York at their Park Avenue apartment where she received news of the tragedy She chartered a plane to fly here His son. John G., Jr,. was at Princeton University. Another son, Rivington Russell, was at Oxford University in England and his daushte* Constance was in Peru with her husband. Only two persons besides Winant Young Democrats Of Arkansas Elect Texarkona Man ! LITTLE HOCK. Nov. 4. (UP) — (The Young Democratic Clubs of Arkansas have selected a a year old former Federal Bureau of Investigation HJ-CIH as president for the coming year. Texarkana attorney Henry Woods I was elected yesterday to succeed colorful Sidney McMalh. Garland County Prosecutor. Woods was an Executive Committee member last, year representing the 4th district. He is a University of Arkansas alumni and was with the FBI from 1940 to 1945. Other officers elected Include: Ruthell Johnson of Batesville vice president; frank Cox of Little Rock, treasurer; Frank Newell of Little Rock, national conimittceman and Sue Maxwell (secretary to Governor Ben Laney) national committeewoman. Circuit Two Men Draw Terms For Slashing Live Hog THOMASVILLE. N. c Nov 4 (UP)—Two mi]] workers were sen-' tcnccd to two years in prison each yesterday—for slashing a |i ve hog were in the house when the single suicide shot was fired. They were his secretary. Mis.? Eileen Mason, and a maid. Miss Orol Mears, both British-born women whom he had engaged while serving as ambassador to the Court of St. James'. They rushed to Winanfs bedroom, knocked, and entered when they received no answer. Terrified at finding his body, clad in a lounging robe and sprawled on the floor, they telephoned Ills personal secretary and financial advisor J Bernard Teuloii. with a pocket knif« becau** they "wanted to do xmethlng e*cttlng" on Halloween. Recorder Howard Steed gav« How- J. Williams. X, and Harvey R Heath, 24, maximum sentences «id saio the hOK-cutting wai "one of lh« lowest deeds" 'he had ever »n- coimtered. Both me n appealed. Heath also was given two ye»r« lor not supporling his children Allen Myers, owner of the hog, ^,,^, K . said the 350-pound animal was so by their toYm nsfurtv." he WM forced * twice Both Williams and Heath havt previous criminal records. Williams had been charged with robbery and Heath was convicted of non-support man, suit for divorce. Curtis Clark Freeman vs. Mildred Freeman, mil for divorce. f. Fisher vs. Chester GrAv ei al suit for M, 160.50.. on contract. Military authorities In Hsin- Glilane. hClna, count their troops there may as men. Reconsideration Denied 6 Ousted Federal Workers r WASHINGTON, Nov. 4 (UP) — v,^., S | U " C , l *i""- t " 1 «"' stood firm .sin day I,, „., „,,„,,,, ,„ 11 f 1'nsc.s of six employes who wero rtismlssod without hearings Ju.w 23 lor "srcurit.y" reasons. Attorneys (or I he ousted employes who hud <l,..sa iUcd ihe rirj,^. .,,.„: cccliuv , ls ••(rnijUrnUy umila«ous" to Communist an,| F.iscl.sl police slate lactic*, were likewise ,teni,.d „,> amwal for a ivr.soniil amtcri'iico Vfars| Smel "'' y °' SUle Gcoi '8e 0. Ai-tiiiK on Mnrslwll's bchnir Un- ricrsecrelaiy of Stale Iloberl A. Lovott (urncd down the lawyers' re Quest thai (he Department either: I. Penult (he employes to resign without prejudice." •i. Or present the clmnies against hen. and srant, a full liearln R wllh Hie riKlit of choss-examinatlon nnd piTsenlntlon o( witnesses (o "refule" (lie nllpKiitlons. Lovelt salil, however, llml u, e Civil Service Commission was prepared lo (nke up Ihe cases, if re- iiursied. | 0 determine whether I ho MX individuals should be made rl- iKlble lor oniDloynu'iU In some other Rovcrnmcnl agrncy. 'I'hurmond Arnold, former assistant attorney ^cneml nml one of Hie lawyers for (he ousted workers said counsel wus studying every possibility for nn appeal but hud not yet decided on a new course ol notion. Heads Rotarians Texas and Kansas Built Win in Tennessee Show KNOXVILLE, Term.. Nov. 4 (up) —lotas and Kaasas bulls today wore blue ribbons In the Interns- "o''" 1 Polled Hereford show he ™ A f Choice Domino Sixth, owned oy Jolm M. Lewis and Sons. Larnld Kansns. wtu , mme d champion bull and DomeBllo Mischief 73rd owned by U. A, Hiilbert, Sonorn. 'rex,,., wa , named champion sale bull and reserve cluimplon bull, Another Lewis rntry All Choice Domino Seventh won the reserve championship in the stile bull division. Rtad Courier New i Want Ad«. production In the United during 1045 exceeded 500 pair. Truman Approves Board To Make Loyalty Tests WASHINGTON. Nov. 4 (UP)— President. Truman yesterday approved the proposed membership of the ioyalty review board which will pass on the results of investigations Into the loyalty of federal employes Names of the proposed 18 members were submitted to the president by the civil Service Commission, but thee ivmes will not be announced until later this week. The review board will meet for the first time some time next week Harry B. Mitchell, president of the Civil Service Commission, said the commission made an effort to select board members who would be unbiased and who would help protect the rights of individuals as well as ridding the government of "known Communists." With the Courts Chancery Bonnie Sue Yales vs. Thomas Lee Yales, suit for divorce Lclia. Beck vs. Arthur Beck, iuit for divorce. A. G. Thllrman vs. Dortha Thur- Just a few months until weather sets in for the winter.. Now', the time to have your plumbing system checked and repaired and to winterize to meet your requirements. Act now for con- venience then! Prepare For Winter Now Blytheville Water Co. BERNARD ALLEN, Manager "Water Is Your Cheapest Commodity" W. F. MrD.nlfl Replacing Philip J. lieer, who moved lo Llltle Rock lust week to accept u position with the State IJeparlmcnt of Education, us president of Ihe Blylhevllle Rotary Club is 'w. F. McDanlel. Mr. McDnnlcl was mimed vice president of the club at (lie lasl elecllon o( olflcors anil succeeded Mr. Deer us president at Ihe Rotarlnnn' weekly meet- IIIB lust Thursday. Equitable LifelnsurHnce Society of United States GUY TREECC and JOE ALEXANDER, J,. US W. A>h.S(. Phone 39ns I.lslrn (o "This f s your FBI" Krldayi 7:30 p.m. All niainmnls have hair. 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