The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 23, 1946 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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•> 9 £ ! i' > : ?^^'^.^^V y Two Men Killed In Gun Battle • State Police Check on Identity of Man Who* Resisted Arrest (By United Frew) At least five |»rsons died violently in Arkansas over ihc weekend, two the result of auto accidents, two in a gun ctucl and the other In a fire. Marvin Payne, 38-year-old service station operator of Hicks Corner,' died yesterday morning in a. Forrest City hospital of injuries suffered in an auto crash Thursday night: Payne had delivered -gasoline to a stalled auto I /bile, near his filling station when nis'-'vehielc was struck by a car nnd trailer. And at TVxatkaim funeral services arc scheduled today for O, M. Dowd, constable or Garland Town- Sues George Raft Altorney Edwnrd Haiden, above, is " ' >tar George nail anci a wreck near Texarkana on Wed- , , „ , - nesday. His vehicle collided with , "''" I)ral '""' "I' wllr; " "? a trailer. sought to recover articles allowedly 'And KWte>.,f^.^exafkana off.J-i bclollB '"6 to Belly Doss, io-ynar- cials arc aUemp'tiiiK to ' 'establish' olcl mov| c starlet. Raft and Miss the identity of a white man who Do;ls flr "y the ulmrgcs. INEA was killed last night in a gun duel Telepliolo.) wilh state and county officials. A i -- - Negro, Jeffro Dnnicls of Texarkana, .... Tex. was killed and Set. Max'!-..! Tacketl of the Arkansas 'State Police was injured in the same cun fight, O%^ials this morning said that the white man earned two different identification cards anil that they have taken fingerprints which have been airmailed lo (he Federal , Bu- Irish Lassie s Plans Delayed By Florida Law (AM.) COURIER NEWS reau of Investigation in 'Washington. D. C. The two were kilted after Tackett and Deputy Sheriff Tillman Johnson overtook them near Fulton, Ark., as they were driving a stolen truck mil of Tcxarkuno. And at El Dorado John Raspberry. aged Nejrro, was burned to death when his home was destroyed fcy five early Saturday. The building was two and one-hall miles north west of Lisbon. Army Shows Home Movie Of Hitler's Mistress Before Group in Frankfart .FRANKFURT, Dec. 23. (UPI-Adolf Hitler's mistress and reported wife, Eva Broun, was a healthy well-built blonde who was not strikingly beautiful by American standards, according to home movie scenes which the U. S. Army showed yesterday. . 'Eva Bratm was shown with a dcMii-rraulcln bjantic.s. all of them nude, sporting under a Bavarian £££™ L Eva worc " bal """-- <""• sli 1 ? 1 " 0 " :!!S n closc '"»- jlnycrim; also'in the^iude/'"'" 1 E ™ S ' s £ ierf • I The scenes wcrc ,,.„,„ lllo ^ , t name movie collection or'-'TtlvV TAblJAHASSBH, Kill., Dec. 23. (U.P.)—Even Ihough. m year old Knlhlccn p Marlin liad dcfmliu proof that she en me all the way from Ireland lo iniirry Wo:i:i V. Litloll of Arpeka. Pin., BI-.UO nu- Ihoritics banned (he ceremon/ f.o- day until the cirl oblnins wiillen consent from her parents. Mi.s.'i Martin proffered liei- pa.ss- poit wliich sliowcd thai ihura \vari no sublerfuge connected with granting the visa. "Holder stales Itiat she Is pro- feeding to the United Sl.ite:; 01 America for the purpose of mar- tjngc." .(lie stalcmcnt tal-i '. I5ut Florkln ln«' |)roviili:s Him minors must have v.'rltlcn f'oliscni of their pjirents before irmi'ri.iR.\ "And l« think I waited so Itinb Southerner Opposes Trade Pacts WASHINGTON. Dec, 23. (Uf>|._ A fi|>okcsinaii for Southern stats fnnn coimjii.s.siont'r.s warned today that the purchasm;: power of Southern farm workers would KO muring downward" if Pio.ildcnl Truman approved pending reciprocal trade agreements with 18 foreign nutions. C. C. Hanson til. Memphis, Tcnn., secretary of the Association O f Southern AericnUnrc Commissioners, said sm-h a tarlll program would f orc p e Southern farmers to watch heir Roods "rpUInK on the land'' while "trnliiloiitl after IrnlnUud" of dcnlical vegetables mui oilier crops camp In from'foreign countries. He KBm in a statement that iouthcrn producers would be unuble o compete with foreign producers vho used "I'hoa])" labor and npcr- t? wllhoul miiiinunn wages and iOfhi! security liixcs. Hnnson said he had filed, on »<•- ialf of tho.se l.'l southern farm scc- cliirip.s. :i petition opposing "any eduction whatsoever" in the pn- 'ailini; i-jilcs on I.:t50 items. He s;iid tub commissioners wurn Plumed lo the Iradc agrccniRii ,s at hi:; time "not liecau.se (hey do not relieve In Ihc trade program :,,,i because.! they want to sec reciprocal Iradu agreements ciiiictcd Hid arc truly 'reciprocal'." "Ijcl us not .swap our niiloniubllcs mui tractors with any foreign n::- tiom who can make payment for Ihe.siunc with ugriculturiil products of which v/c have an excess In the counl-y at the present time," Hanson said. 25Ui division personnel i cd tafe. . "'• ~--f~-i '.Vbullt&tl, made » forced landing at --•—•»- when his reconnaissance' plane ran out of »as. h« re'poried thai he had found four Army count<T-im«JJi«fncc men s.fc. Ihc jour men were believed to be those previously reported maroon*" and U nh«r ri from In the .stricken peninsula city. Two air corps me n who were sighted from the a lr at Kuslilmo- to, on ihe southern tip of Waka wh'en /craTbo 1 *' r " Ot "° UI ' C "' »alc Ihem/Tliey * a ere V b1llc O ve C d a io 1'i.vemade their way U>7 a "cty Mourners t lo» Hoads PiwftS" lh" 0rted that tu " cral Wakayama' un. 'tereTvcd 'japa- nese in mourning klmlnos carried - r ^.ssrVriS^ New I/joking Aheud buildiiiijs of the University of London are supported by concrete pipe's, driven 30 feet into the ground. The b •illdbie.s nrp so planncit thai any necessary inler- nal alterations, lo meet 'rcnuire- mcnts for ' years to come, can be made without touching the outer shell. HOMELESS ' <'<>fitiii[icil frnm l';me I. ler KiiltKchr-r, coverinj; the devas- lated Wnkiiynina area of Southern Honshu, reported that MaJ. Gen. Chnrles Mnlliii s and all American Carbon niiinoxlile, deadly K;I.S. is- said to incvenl ntcel. scaling during heat treatment. raid in Bivaria. and the U. a. Army lias been usini; them lo identify persons in Hitler's inner circle of friends. • • i»iieH w;is showit in sev- cral close-i:ps. He appeared nervous rm i wanictl. and was 1 iiip ' I'Ut Us \lv\\} You— ! STOP DRINKING j i There is no medical remedy fur ! drink . . . but we can help you ' resist its influence 1 No cost lo you | J —only cu-i>pcralimi. I !| • JUST CONTACT .. J " V: .;• \ •.'>•* v> .>!•>,} I Alcoholics Anonymous ,' [ i Box K7;s—Illyllicvillc. Ark. \ s ARE BACK IN QUANTITY YOUR CHOICE Console • Radip-Phonoqraph Table Models Record Players C/oserf All-Day Christmas! Get Yours Now! DIXIELAND SERVICE ELLIS POOLE, Owner & Mgr. Highway 61 North ;,( Hnlhnul. AIo. on Japanese WTrc a . „,„,,, '.„ their darri, 8ed homefnnu Clenrlni: paths throm;li Uic littered tlrc^ts lor the processions of mourners. There was no •confirinallou of a report thai u boat currying VI Aincikan military personnel had capsized between Osaka and Wakayama. Kallscher said an L.ST manned by a Japanese crew tell Wofjoyu today loaded with 20.000 u. S, Army blankets for victims in sea and -fire-swept Shifiyu. tie reported al.su Hint a Japanese Red Cross ship bearing American lied Cross Hcprcscnlativc Richard Day had not been heard "from since sall- lii([ from Osaka yesterday, but add<VI Unit no Immediate anxiety was felt,over Ihc .s:,: p - s K ,,r ety ln vjew ol communications difficulties Ujilli-d Press Correspondent' 7x?s- lu 1 Naka.shima reported fi'o m Ta- kiimalsii, worst l,it c lty of Sliikoku Island. Mint the island's death loll was-believed lo have reached T)8 with 974 injured and 70 misslii- ' lie said Japanese authorities un fclnkoku i-pectcd their toll to mount even higher w hen coinniunication;; sij'c reduced lo soulhcaslern Kochl J)!!'!^'!!!!^ 1 . ruinous S|irJn t "Disappears" Naliiishlma said a u. »S. Army coi]ioral, iiccchcr Wilson, of Wind- Mi, Ky.. leader of a foiu'-uian army rescue team, was credited with savins fainit} liouse, "Ihc British tlic lives 'of a Japanese burled under their fallen correspondent, said Joint .. and American relief was being arranged for residents of the city or Kochl who reported having less than five days food supply remaining. .The nationally famous DOJJO hot springs, 10-ccntury-old resort in northwestern Sliikoku, had slopped flowing as a result of the <iuakc, Niiknshlma said. At Yokahama. I.I. Gen. Robert I,. Eichclbcrger, Eighth Army commander, confirmed that no American personnel had been injured or killed in Ihc (piake or accompanying tidal wave. Following ii meeting with Brig. Cicn. Robert W. Critclilow, Jr', cciiiinanding officer o f Ihc army's Koke base, liii'liclbcigc MONDAV. DECEMBER 23, 1-J4C put In partial effect In the Kobe area- immediately following • Uic ^^^^•^^^^^••^^^^•^^B^g Pep*i-ColaCompany,Lonflalaii<iCitv,N.Y, ^ .''r.iiic:his«d Kottler: Peps-i-Cola Bottling Co. of BlytheviJIe ' * Vo Holiday greetings to all our customers . our old friends of years standing and ... to our newer customers, who in the course of coming years we hope wi! become old customers and friends . . .to all whose friendship and goodwill have helped build our business, we say thank you sincerely and heartily. We wish you a Merry Christmas and a bright and prosperous New Year! SEASON'S BEST WISHES FROM ALL OF US HERE AT ... HEVROLET CO.

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