The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 14, 1947 · Page 12
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TWELVE BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS NOVEMBER 14, 194T Governor's Hand - Mississippi to Get Lows Aimed at Ending • Bus Walkout Violence By HAROLD FORKMAN Pm« Stiff CorrnpandrnO ', JACKSON, Miss., Nov. 14— <UP> — Three bills passed by A special ses- ilon of the Mi-visslppl legislature to bait violence in a slx-montlis-old but strike today needed only the •^nature of Oov. Fielding I,. Wright to become law. On« of the measures provided that * jury could specify the death sentence for persons convicted of plac- 1 )nc dynamite In bus or railroad, aatlons, if feloniuos Intent could be proved. < Wright called the legislature Into special session this week to take action against shootings, stonlngs and bombings resulting from a •trlke of union drivers and mechanic* against the Southern Trnllways bus'llne. Act* of violence have been reported In connection with the strike dnce last August, when non-union trainees replaced the striking union men. The strike slnrled In.st May 20. .'.; Other bills passed by both Houses 'In an attempt to end highway terrorism would give the governor a special force of Investigators for use against the strike lawlessness and would provide a $100.000 fund to finance the force. . The governor made a pica for leg- Ulative action In the strike after he said labor leaders had done all they could to halt violence. At least four cases 01 snjotiiiBs into moving buses were reported ai %ell as stonings and one bombing of a bus terminal. / Wright told legislators that mob leaders who incited such acts should be imprisoned. ,/The strikebound Southern Trail- .ways line serves nine Southeastern atates and went back to ncar-VeguUr service in August by using non- Union drivers and mechanic* to replace striking employes. Churchill Asks investigation Of Hugh Do/ton's Resignation By HOMKi; JKNKS (United Fr*£* Staff Ci>rrnpondrn() LONDON, Nov. 14. (UP) — Winston Churchill and other ^leaders of the opposition demanded loday an Investigation of Hugh Dalton's unprecedented resignation as Chancellor of the Exchequer for telling a newspaper reporter about his crisis budget before he told the House of Commons. Churchill. conservative party leader, indicated that lie did not believe that Dalton's violation of the rigid cabinet code was the whole reason for his resignation. The Dully Express hinted that It was an engineered dr-al, connected with a cabinet conflict over crisis policy, although It said Iherc was no reason to doubt Dalton's Integrity. The Rnnounccd fads of the ease were: Dalton told a correspondent of the newspaper, (he Star, the in'ain points of his supplementary budget imposing a new $832.000.000 tax program just before he read his budget message to Commons on Wednesday. The Slav was thus able to get the points fo the new budget Into print before Us competitors, which presumably would have allowed alert speculators to make some money. Churchill wrote Dalum, however, that he was sure "then: could not have twcn any dealings as a result of this premature disclosure." Dalton told Commons what he had done late yesterday anil added: "I appreciate that It was a grave Indiscretion on my part, for which I olfer (ler-p apologies to the House." Then he submitted hh resignation. Crippn Tak«* Ovrr He was succeeded as Chancellor of,the. Exchequer by Sir Stafford Cilpps. A* Minister of Economics, Crlpps' control of the nation's economic life had been nearly complete. His accession to Dalton's Job nindc it complete. .The ordinnry Hilton [eared morn bad news about the living standard, now t'.rat Grippes had more power. He is regarded as the voice of austerity. He and ;hls wife are vegetarians, so they'are not greatly concerned whether the meat ration Is up or down. Financiers amj(U|Kirc] ora.siic and parly action on Crlpjw' part for more taxes to moj> up surplus .spending power. It was believed that Crlpjis was at least partly responsible for forcing Dalton to Include the new taxes In his budget. After Commons adjourned last night, Dalton and Prime Minister Clement. Atlloe talked until nearly Midnight at No 10 Downing Street. Daltou. who lives at No. 11'Down- Ing Street, used a connecting door to see Altlee. Churchill said In a' letter to Dalton that he had been told that while no obligation of secrecy had Iwrn Imposed upon the Star's re- jwi'ter, "that certainly srems to ine to have been implicit." Further, he said he was .sure there had been no dealings as a result of the disclosure. Dallon was rxprcled U> make a personal statement lo Commons, and newspapers .said they hoped It would cl»ar up any mystery. Otherwise, they said, the resignation should be Investigated. CAKE HIT OF THE MONTH! "-"•""G* «*i* m_ ~,£-•#, .T., Vr«§N J *& ( SNOW QUEEN Delicious lemon filling topped with marshmallow icing. Warren to Be GOPCandidate For President SACnAMENTO, Cal.. Nov. 14. ;UP) — The Far West today pre- senled Its candidate for the Republican nomination for president of the United states — 5S-year-old Oov. Earl Warren of California. Warren announced his candidacy yesterday after meeting with the chairman and vice-chairman of the California Republican Committee. They brought him a resolution urging him to seek the sup| port of California delegate* to the GOP convention and to allow his name to be placed in nomina- jtion. | "No greater honor could come to a governor of California", Warren said In a prepared statement, "and, for the confidence thus expressed, I nm humbly grateful." , "In response to the resolution. I can only say that If such a dele- gallon is formed, and It receives the approval.of the people' of our slate, I shall be proud to have it present my name to the convention for this purpose. I will not, however, seek delegates In other states." Warren stated flatly that he was not Interested In the "vice-presidential nomination. He turned down .such an offer In the 19*4 Republican National Convention. Warren supporters apparently l>nsod tlieli nope* ofr success either on a convention deadlock or a sudden decision by Eastern party leaders that IL new figure should lead the GOP. . Soviets Ignore little Assembly' New UN Group to Tackle Big Issues Early in January UNITED NATIONS HALL Flushing. N. Y. Nov. H (UP)—The UnlUM Nation* "Little Av*mdly" was tentatively scheduled today to convene .Jari. 5 or 6 for Ihe first postwar attempt at tackling big world political Issues without Russia. The "Uttle Assembly." biggest of Secretary or State C.V-/IBC C. Marshall's three successful proposals In the UN General Assembly, was of- Mcally Established last night, when +1 UN countries voted down the Six soviet, bloc nations. The six Arab slates abstained from the vote. Russian Deputy Foreign Minh- :er Andrei Vishlnsky removed any lingering doubt.s about the Soviet opposition to the project by rejecting last minute American appeal for Soviet participation. Russia, he said, will not parliclpat« "under anv circumstances.."'The Ukraine, 'Byelorussia, PolandT Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia have said the same. Their boycott meant, that, for thr first time since the Big Three struck their wartime alliance, major international Issues will be debated and perhaps decirod upon without nny Soviet participation. Spokesmen lor the United States. Great. Britain and the other major Western countries said the "Little Assembly," a year-round committee comprising all the 57 UN countries which want to participate, will begin its work as scheduled. It must convene at least six weeks after tlic luil assembly ends the current session. 69c ON SALE SATURDAY ONLY! Telephone Your Order — Dial 2073 HART'S BAKERY President's Daughter Has No Criticism for Critics of Her Singing MEMPHIS. Teiin,, Nov. 14—(UP) —Margaret Truman, the President's daughter here lot a concert today says she's too busy with her singing career to think of marriage. "Anyway, I haven't anybody In .sight for marriage, so music seems like a good Idea," Margaret said. Margaret dates the same boy friends she did before moving Into the White House. As for the secret service diaper-ones she said: "No agent will make a third on a (lute. I sot that straightened out right at the beginning. They don't go along with me. If my dale can't take care of me, I don't want anyone else trying to." On the lunger garment styles for women Margaret said that a "woman should wear whatever looks best for her." Margaret said that she wears her skirls IS Inches from the floor. Her appearance here will be I lie sixth stop In her concert tour which winds up In Washington with a recital on Dec. 22. As for music critics, some of whom have given her poor reviews, Margaret said tactfuly: I 'Why. I'm all for them. They're very necessary. They show what you're doing." Arkansas-Western Cat Co) Seeks to Enlarge Lines LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Nov. 14— (UP)— The Arkansas-Western Gas Company of Ftyetlevllle has asked permission to horrow $150,000 to finance the enlargement of trans-1 mission lines between O/ark and I Fayettevllle and between 1 Rog*r» and I Bentonvllle. The Public Service Commission has set Nov. 10 for hearing the request. I The commission lias also set for I hearing an application of the Orark j flural Electric Cooi»ratlve Corpora j lion for permission to construct additional HUM In Washington. Madison, Franklin and Crawiord counties. The date for hearings Is Nov. 21. "One of the injured men was conscious." Under said. "He told me that there were five other men In the flaming wreckage. He moaned that they were flying hy instrument and were too low. He said he warned th* pilot they were liable to hit tho mountain." Read Courier News Want Ads. Hardware Mutual Insurance Company of Minnesota Large Dividend Savlngi Low Net Cost Protection Por Service W. L. TAMKE 4M T.. DlTb St., P. O. B« 431 rhene <1!7 Hl;Uie*llle, Ark. Superfort Hits Mountain; Five Crewmen Killed .MT. SPOKANE STATE PARK. Wash., Nov. 14. (UP) — Army Air Force officials said today that a blanket of fog caused a. B-29 «i- perfortress to crash on mile-high Mt Spokane, killing five crew members knrt critically injuring two others. • The giant plane was on a night training mission from the Spokane Army Air Bnse when It crashed at fui! speed Into the snow-covered peak nnrt uurst into flames. Debris was scattered over a wide area, and the craft's high test gasoline set plijc Irce.s afire on the slope. John Under, caretaker at Ml Spokane State Park, said the plane crashed about a mile from the lodge, careened through the trees, and burst Into flame. He rushed to the scene and found hvo critically injured men thrown clear of the crash. Ole Man Winter Just Around the Corner Let •* remoTe the water from jreir lire* and rill (hem with calcium chloride antl-freeze snlu- Uan. We will be jlad to make an appointment I* care for all your tractor* at your farm—thus sarinic you time. REMEMBER WE SERVICE ALL MAKES TRACTORS Russell Phillips TRACTOR CO. 3o. Hiway 61 Phone 2171 Best Wishes To The NEW MOX from C. M. BAXTER & SON Contractors • CARPENTER'S WORK • CONTRACTED FOR • CARPENTERS PROVIDED RADIO REPAIR 1 AND 2 DAV SERVICE ON ANY MAKE OR MODEL RELIABLE WORKMANSHIP PHONE 2642 We call for and Deliver FRED CALL1HAN Electrical Appliance Co. Authorised Motorola Radl* ftalefl And Service IK Sonth Flrit St. * NEW * and Used Electric MOTORS Suited to any use. 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A 100 wait or 150 watt bulb, at least, Is recommended for proper lighting while sewing, reading, or performing other visual tasks. -SO- For the Sake of your eyes Don't delay, Buy some spare bulbs from Your dealer today! Ark-Mo Power Co. For YOUR COMFORT Propane GAS Heals the New Mox! * CLEAN * ECONOMICAL * HEALTHFUL Install Propane In Your Home! Blytheville Propane Co. Hfl LTCRS QUflLITY SHOC SHOP 121 W. M « I Nl ST. FOR SALE Concrete Building Blocks Aquella Water Proofing Paint 12-48 inch CONCRETE CULVERTS plain or reinforced Osceola Tilejr and CULVERT CO. We Deliver Phone 691 2611 — 2611 — 2611 — 2611 IF YOU WANT THE BEST IN A FIRST LINE TIRE . . . GET THE NEW "HOOD 400" rJ [~ • Washing «s • Lubrication • Road Service • Esso Products Also Goodyear and Firestone Tires 201 West Ash Street Did You Say Service? Service Is more than a word repeated, hers at NU-WA. Service to us means fine CLEANING AND LAUNDRY picked up and delivered at your doorstep. Service here, means satisfaction to every customer*. It means that yon can trust every gnrment to us and have them returned spotless, unharmed and ready tor Immediate use! Dial 447 4-447 5 Fur Oar Domble S«rrle« NU-WA LAUNDRY CLEANERS 220 North Second Street North 6th Street Phone 527 Still & Young Motor Co. Lincoln-Mercury Dialer Phone 3479 BlytheriUe Ark. 112 Wain at 9L

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